The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 30, 1958 · Page 5
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• AUSTfM f>,<M')r>y, foot 30. 195ft NEWS for WOMEN COMING EVENTS WEDNESDAY '' ^OMEN'S MISSIONARY Socle- ty, Church of Christ, win meet In the afternoon at the home of Mrs. Ralph Hogan, Austin Rt. 2. Sugar Quota Set at Over 9 Million Tons WASHINGTON (AP) - The amount of sugar which may be marketed In this country during 1959 was set by the Agriculture Department Monday at 9,200.000 tons, the same as is currently in effect. The 1958 quota, originally set at 8,800,000 tons, was raised later this year to 9,200,000 tons to assure ample supplies for consumers. The department sets an over-all marketing quota under a sugar control program designed to help stabilize prices and supplies. It also sets quotas for individual producing areas and countries entitled under law to share in the U.S. market. The famed Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D. C., one of the most influential museums of scientific knowledge in the world, was donated by James Smithson, an Englisman who had never been to the United States. Mr. and Mrs. Dibble Hold Open House on 50th Anniversary About 176 friends and relatives honored Mr. and Mrs. Burt Dibble. 805 Park, on their golden wedding anniversary, Sunday. Open house was held in the memorial parlors of the First Methodist Church. Standing in the receiving line with Mr. and Mrs. Dibble were their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Ormsby, and Mrs. Harry Studer, who was flower girl at the wedding 50 years ago. Mrs. Dibble had an orchid corsage and Mrs. Studer and Mrs. Ormsby wore corsages of miniature yellow roses. Hostesses were Mrs. Glen Weber, Mrs. Ronald Ormsby, Mrs. Rcy Buttolph, Mrs. Sidney Minto, Mrs. Francis Anderson, Mrs. Ralph Dibble, Miss Irene Clausen. Mrs. Ray Holleschau registered the guests and Mrs. Immanuel Nielson, Mrs. William Campbell and Mrs. Sidney Minto poured as refreshments were served. Entertainment included selections by Miss Mae Wells, pianist, Mrs. W. B. Ormsby, vocal soloist, Janann Studer, accordionist; recordings made especially for the occasion by Norman Wyatt, Missoula, Mont., a 4 nephew of the honored couple; favorite selections of her parents, sung by Mrs. Ormsby. There was a reenactment 10 to Set Up Little America Auxiliary Base LITTLE AMERICA, Antarctica (AP)—A 10-man ground party left today to set up * U.S. auxiliary base 1BO miles from Little America on the trial to Byrd Station. The new base, to be used for summer support activity, will be named Camp Rocktord, after the Illinois town where Rear Adm. George Dufek makes his home. Dufek is the commander of the U. S. antarctic naval support force. l The party is led by Chief Petty Officer Lawrence Allemand, a Seabee from Lockport, La. of the wedding ceremony. Miss Wells played "The Wedding March" and Ronald Ormsby, ministerial student and grandson of the Dibbles, performed the wedding ritual. Two selections were sung by Mrs. Ormsby. Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Minto, Mrs. Thomas Dunstan and Craig, Missoula; Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Ormsby, Garland/Texas; Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Ormsby, Craig and Kent, Lakeville, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Miller and Dean, Mrs. Lettie Dibble, Mr. and Mrs. Myrvin Hose, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Weber, Mr and Mrs. Earl Frederickson, Mr jand Mrs. Raymond Hecker, Min neapolis; Robert Nelson, Miss Bes sie Clarkson, Owatonna; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Studer, Mason City Ladd Alan. SUE LADD AND ACTORS — Mrs. Sue Carol poses with the two actors in her family—husband Ladd, and their 11 -year-old son, David. Sue Carol Ladd Says She's Happy Having Male Movie Stars in Family January coat sale winter styles greatly reduced! $ 37 regularly 49.95 to 69.95 Select your coot for this season and next at a great January savings! Alt of the newest silhouettes are included, In the favorite fashion colors 1 and fabrics tweeds, leathers, loops, alpacas, ribelines, youll find them alt in this great sate group ~ juniors', misses 1 and women's sizes. use one of our convenient credit plans By DOROTHY ROE Associated Press Women's Editor HOLLYWOOD (AP)-Sue Carol Ladd, a woman of fortitude and calm, has two male movie stars on her hands—her" famous husband Alan and her 11-year-old son David. "Having been married to Alan for 17 years, I'm all prepared to cope with David," says she. "It's wonderful and slightly unbeliev-! able to see the whole thing start-; ing over again." . j David, a normal boy who pre-1 fers baseball to dancing class, is| receiving plaudits for his part in the new movie "The Proud Reb-| el," in which he appears with his dad. His portrayal of a deaf-mute was so successful that now he is starting work on a new picture, "The Sad Horse," in which he Is on his own. The Hollywood grapevine has it that even more exciting things are in store for David, described as a natural actor. "David was asked to do a small part in a picture with his father last year," says his proud mother, "but he was such a standout in even a bit part that the studio decided to give him a real chance. Alan had turned down a part in 'The Proud Rebel," but whefl they offered the boy's part to David, he changed his mind." The beautiful living room of the Ladd home, with picture windows overlooking a stage-lighted swimming pool and a tropical garden, is a constant beehive of activity. As we talked, 15-year-old Lonnie, a budding glamor girl, rushed in and out to ask her mother's advice on a new dance dress, an algebra problem and how to make David wash his hands. Father Alan wandered in, picked up a thick envelope and put it down hastily as his wife said: "That isn't yours, dear. That's David's script changes." "Oh. . . . David's," muttered the elder Ladd. "David's script changes. Well, where's David?" "He's at dancing class, dear. We have to pick him up in an hour, and then there's a party he has to go to later. We'll just have time to feed him and take him to the next place." "Anybody ask us to a party?" demanded Alan. "No. Just David." Mrs. Ladd is a former movie actress and Hollywood talent agent, who married her favorite client. In addition to Lonnie and David, there are two older chil- dren—Carol Lee, now Mrs. John Veitch, Sue's daughter by her first marriage, and Alan Jr., or "Lad- Tax Revenue Is Up 13 Million in State ST. PAUL (AP) - The federal government reaped 470 million del* lar in taxes in Minnesota for the last half of 1958, tip 13 million from that same period a year ago, the Internal Revenue Service reported Monday night. George 0. Lethert, assistant director of the agency, said largest take, from withholding taxes, was more than 292 million, up 11 million from 1957. And corporation levies at 77 million were up near' ly 5 million. ACCOUSTICS EXPERT DIES COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP)—Dr. Paul E. Sabine, 80, for many years an authority on ac- coustics in buildings, died Sunday. He was with the Riverbank Laboratories in Geneva, 111., from 1919 to 1946. He was born in Albion, 111. die," Alan's 21-year-old son, now a student at USC. "I was very happy to quit professional work when 1 married Alan," says Sue. "Taking care of him and the children is,a full- time job. I don't think any worn an can do several jobs at once without neglecting one of them. 1 HOLIDAY PARTY — Holiday trimmings decorated the Terp Ballroom Monday night for the annual dance sponsored by Job's Daughters for mem' bers and guests. 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