The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 25, 1954 · Page 32
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 32

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 25, 1954
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, :i F.eb. 25;.lt54 » Ckjr GtalM-GuttUi M»HM City, la. Ballet Star be potts From Classic Ballet By ALINE MOSBY 'o HOLLYWOOD (UP) -- Ludmilla Tcherina, the French ballet star, is dancing for her first Hollywood film. She does a sensual, eyebrow- raising number she calls "African." ' \ This · marks the "first time I Kave departed-fr«m classic ballet," she -says, 'in the understatement o£ the year. Miss Tcherina was first seen by movie fans in "Tales of Hoffman," a · Icing-hair English ballet movie. But in her Hollywood debut,, the half-Russian, half-French star does 'a slinky number in "Sign of the Pagan,!' a .Cinemascope spectacle about Atilla the Hun. She confided to friends she was horrified at first at the thought of doing such. a number. Dane* Primitive But to me she insisted she enjoyed the dance, "a primitive-like thing.' 1 It includes grinds, but no bumps. "It is rather African and barbaric," the"' exotic brunette said in her thick French accent. Miss Tcherina virtually gave up ballet a few years ago after the 'death of her husband, who dancec with her. During her period of mourning she met Robert Taylor then recently divorced, in Europe They merely consoled each other she explained, and were "only good friends." : "Everybody in Hollywood is so interested in the fact we know each other," she shrugged. Resumes Acting : Recently she married again ant has resume^ .her acting and dancing career. She has performed in Italian, Spanish, French and English movies, and now Universal- International Studio imported her to begin an American career. ' "I have not given up ballet.' she added. "I would like to form NORTH IOWANS ENLIST--Four North lowans enlisted in the armed services Wednesday, leaving the Mason City recruiting office to be sworn in at Des Moines. From left to right are Donald E. Hesse, Marble Rock; Robert M. Anderson, Route 1, Forest City; Donald E..White, Rock Falls, all entering the Army at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., and Lawrence V. Fox, Osage, who will enter pilot training at Lackland AFB, Tex. my own company, like Roland Petitt's ballet, and tour this country. I would like to combine song and ballet, which never has been done, arid tour America. "Soon," she said, patting her low-cut technicolor costume of a Constantinople queen, "I hope the studio has a ballet motion picture for me." NAME COMMITTEEMEN NEW HAMPTON--John E. Ralph of Lawler has been elected chairman of the Chickasaw County ASC committee succeeding K e n n e t h Nieman, who resigned. Henry Rabe, New Hampton, was named vice chairman and Paul Steege, Fredericksburg, third member. CHRISTMAS TREE USE HOLDENV1LLE, Okla. (UP) -Fishermen here found a use for old Christmas trees. Cecil Clift put all the old trees he could get in one spot in the Holdenville lake. "We'll use that place for a crappie bed," he said. Final February Clearance Just Look at the Famous Brands of Shoes We Were Fortunate In Purchasing Recently irom a Minnesota Firm Paradise Krippendorf Footrest Life Stride Barefoot Original Westports Paramounts Fortunets And Others Various Styles and Good Size Range Values to 14.95 and Only 250 PAIR LEFT Oul They Go Ai SCRUPULOUS THIEF WAPAKONETA, O. (UP) -- A burglar who robbed a local grocery probably h a d . some scruples. He failed to take containers for the March of Dimes contributions which contained several dollar bills. 2 Students Hurt | at Leland School LELAND--Ronald Holland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Holland, and Lyn Juhl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Juhl, were injured this week in separate accidents at the Leland school. Ronald suffered a deep gash in his forehead, just over the left eye, when, while running, he collided with another pupil and was thrown to the ground, striking a sharp ob ject. Several stitches were neces- ary. Lynn Juhl injured his foot while running across the gym floor. He is wearing a support in order to enable him to step on the foot. Neither of the boys is out of school. Hold Funeral Friday for Northwood Woman NORTHWOOD -- Short prayer services for Mrs. John·.. McGar- rough,; G9,,\vill be held at the Conner Funeral Home Friday -at 1:30 p.m. followed by services at 2 p.m. at the Methodist Church, the Rev. Howard Root of Otranto officiating. Burial will be in Sunset Rest Cemetery. She died Tuesday in a rest home at Mason City where she was taken two weeks ago. She had been ill for several years. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Adolpli Reyerson of Northwood and a son, Harold McGar- rough, of Conoga Park, Calif. Two Teachers and Pupil in Hospital GRAFTON -- Two local teachers are in hospitals. Coach Sam Long is at Mercy Hospital, Mason City, receiving treatment for virus infection. David Longnecker is in the Mitchell County Memorial Hospital at Osage following an appendectomy. One of his pupils, Dennis Boettcher, 8, underwent a tonsilec- tomy and shared the same room for a day or so. BANKERS ELECT NEW HAMPTON--J. P. Riglcr, president of the Security State Bank here has been named president of the Chickasaw County Bankers Association. Stanley Attleson, cashier of the Ionia Savings Bank has been named secretary- treasurer. CORW1TH -- M r . and Mrs. Paul Houston and two children of Nebraska City, Neb., visited Mr. Houston's sister, Mrs. John Daniel; and family. 12 Tablets 1(K HARDY RITES HELD CRESCO--Funeral services were held Thursday at 2 pirn, at the Bradley Funeral Home for Vcrnie C. ilardy, 74, who died at Independence Tuesday. The Rev. John Nansen 'officiated. Burial wns in New Oregon Cemetery, south of Cresco. Survivors are his wife and two 'sisters, Mrs. A. -W. River, fticcvillo, and Mrs; 0. E. DeWitl, Minneapolis. 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