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SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, Tkt Map Study Aids Memories Mundt MILLER, Mundt raising hat parly of "We he said, talk bunches." The of will being want without Mundt program farmer operation crops. The two Huron couples kept plenty of maps from their European tour to help their memories trip. Left to right around the maps are: Dr. R. F. H agman, Mrs. Hagman, Mrs. Fullerton, Fullerton. Huron Couples Return From Tour Of Europe With Enthusiastic Report Urging Others To Plan Such A Two years ago prominent Huron- fans Carroll Fullerton and Dr. R. F. Hagman began planning a trip to Europe. This summer the merchant and the dentist and their wives spenl 17 days on a grand tour of Europe in company with 27 other travelers in a Thad Byrne Circle Tour and If you \yant to get an enthusiastic description of the trip, the travel, the places they saw, the people they met, the customs they ob- Eerved, just ask any of the four. One can get a vicarious thrill out of the whole trip simply by listening to one of them launch in to a travelogue. Neither of them is going on a lecture tour, but they do have slides and movies to help tell their story. Varied Itinerary A quick rundown of their itinerary gives an idea of the many fascinating sights and experiences that were theirs: They left New York May 23 on the Queen Mary, docked at Cherbourg May 28, France, took a boat train to Paris and spent five days there. At Paris Dr. Hagman left the party to fly to Zurich, Switzerland where he spent three days at the International Dental Convention. ("They had elaborate equipment.") Then the dentist rejoined the group in Paris and the party motored to Nice. From there they visited Monaco, the perfume center of Grasse, Cannes and Apa. From Nice they took the train to Rome and from Rome a bus trip down to Salerno Beach end along the Amalfi Drive on the Mediterranean coast to Sorrento, Italy. From Sorrento they went to the Isle of Capri for a day, then back to Naples, Pompeii, Rome, Florence, Venice, Milan. Stressa and into Switzerland, where they stopped at Montreaux, Geneva, Interlaehen, and Lucerne, Then they.motofed to Baden-Baden, Germany and from there to Frankfurt-am-Main. Thereafter there were stops at Cologne, Aachen and into Belgium. From Brussels they went to Amsterdam, then Copenhagen.' They walked where Hamlet saw the ghost at Elsinore and went on to Stockholm, then to Oslo. In Norway they saw magnificent scenery and journeyed up to Flaam, Balestrand, Solsnes, Bergen. From Norway they shipped to Newcastle, England, and thence through Walter Scott country to Edinburgh. They took the train to London, where they stayed four days, then went on to Ireland for several days before returning to Southampton from where they sailed home on the Queen Elizabeth. "It's an experience everyone should try to arrange to have Wooden Shoes Quartet r"~rrrr*rzT"r' Manuel pushed Saber to of The Fla., "I Bendix race ing every kills liis lylon !ho\v cst, seconds Force All in record set Kenny, streak. Only of Air North £1,500 ing threw Although Holland was not one of the scenic highlights, this taken in Volendam near Amsterdam, was one of the mementos treasured by the two Huron couples. Left to right are: Carroll Fullerton, Mrs. Fullerton, Mrs. Hagman, Dr. H. F. Hagman. Federal Official Says Rackets In Labor Started In Thirties The owner up paint windows in Workers WASHINGTON (UP)-A Justice Department official said Saturday that labor racketeers, such as those who are accused of blinding cslumnist Victor Riesel, a r c 'Frankenstein m o n s t e r s " for somehow," declares Fullerton. "People should plan ahead to take a trip somehow, sometime." flo Young "I'm convinced that the younger a person Is when he lakes a trip to Europe, the more benefit he will get out of it," declares Dr. Hagman. "I'.'s a tremendous experience, and more people ought to cample it. "People were so hospitable ev en, Paris, Venice, Sorrento, Lucerne, Nice, Pompeii and Bergen. Isle Of Arran For the Fullertons, one of the highlights of the trip was the side trip they took by themselves to the Isle of Arran off the west coast of Scotland, west of Kilmarnock, to see if there was any trace of the Fullerton clan history. He found some Brown-Fullerton famil ies and some clues for a geneologi caltrace. The two Huron couples enjoyed some hospitalities at embassies en route, via a letter of introduction sent ahead by Sen. Hubert Hum phrey, most particularly a dinne for them at the U. S. Embassy in Oslo, Norway, with Ambassado L. Corrin Strong as host. They had a tough time gettin; used to the traditional "continents breakfast" which consists simpl of coffee, tea or chocolate, a bar erywhero, navia." especially in Scandi Asked for quick answers of the things that Impressed him the most Dr. Hagman laid London. Venice, for cities. . ,,._ - logne, Venice, Rome and London, and the Peso's Palace and St. Mark's Square In Venice. Just for fun, Fullerlon conducted a poll of the 31 members of the tour group to sec which countries and places the members the most." Norway led all the rest easily, having twice as many points as tecond place Italy. After them, in order, came Switzerland, Great Britain, Germany, Denmark, Ireland. France and Belgium, Hoi- lard, Sweden. The same poll was taken for cities alone and they ranked this \vp.v: Oslo, I-ondon, Rome-oopenhag-i roll and marmalade. They foun that trying to get anything differ ent than lhat just caused a grea deal of confusion. But the mea they had at other times of the da were superb. The tour was a "g-- tronomical" success as well as sight-seeing one. except they foun it impossible to E e t a drink r water. _ They found that English is spo en by so many people everywher hat there .was not much of a to piage barrier. .Italy's industry in rebuilding an that country's beauty they foun and""osiofo be their biggest surprise- an they were impressed by the v building of Frankfurt and Cologn At a hotel in Bergen they we visited by cousins o! Mrs. Marsha Osman of Huron. *C«melerte» In Europe they saw the three- dimensional cyclorama of the Battle of Waterloo. . They also visited the Henri Cha- pclle Cemetery where many American loldien, casualties in world Copenhagen, , cathedrals in Co- enjoyed hose creation both management d labor must share the blame. He said that Johnny Dio, the t-convict "labor consultant" now vaiting trial in New York on barges of ordering the April 5 cid assault on Riesel, is one of any prohibition-era mobsters ho have made lucrative careers : applying their strong-ann cs to the field of industrial re- tibns. The official, who declined use f his name, said the federal overnment's law enforcement gencies have bulging files thai eeord the story of the rise ol abor racketeering. After repeal of prohibition, in 933, he said, underworld mobs -hich were forced out of the boot eg liquor trade began looking for new field of operations. Labor nd management were then Icckec n bitter battles over wages am vorking conditions. Both sides, he aid, "invited" the unemployed loodlums into their struggles ·ach claiming that it was resort ng to force to counteract force The invitation soon backfircc and a whole new "industry" fo :he underworld was founded, h Jlk n . The official said all parlies af r ected--employers, unions and th Buying public--have paid a heav price for the mistakes of th ;arly thirties. of Wolsey, Walter R. Lakeman of Brookings, Richard Grube of Carpenter, They saw Prime Minister Eden inspecting the guard at Buckingham Palace; were caught in a blizzard and snow storm June 21 In the Swiss Alps and had a hot lunch at Grimsei Pass Hospice; sampled the various famous national foods at sumptuous breakfast" ir.irere and suppers; saw the Folios Bergerc, and operas Rome and Paris; had gondola rides in Venice; attended concerts by famous orchestras and singers saw beautiful churchcj and cathe drals, museums, castles and a orful variety of icenery *nd people. War n, lie buried. They looked Cor, found and tried to photograph the headstones of Roy Engelbretson of Huron, Philip B. Gillenberg ARTHUR S. AVERY Buy Your NEW PLYMOUTH

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  1. The Daily Plainsman,
  2. 02 Sep 1956, Sun,
  3. Page 5

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