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Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, February 26, 1954
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Clokc-Gnett*. M*um City, Women Set Date 6f Golf Tourney NORTHWOOD -- Mrs. James L. Taylor, -chairman of the Norlh- wood Golf and Country Club women's division, announced Northwood's annual ladies' day golf invitational date as July 14. Golf clubs from nearby towns have already been asked to attend this annual event. Ancient Rome kept standard Weights and measures for the empire in one of its temples. NEWSREEL By MORRIS COOPER Ed Mumnv, voted television's outstanding personality, has interviewed many of the world's famous people on his "Person to Person" telecast. Here are some behind the scenes comments. by his technical staff on how the celebrities acted. Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, lor two hours before her appearance on the program, worked quietly at the mail on her desk--her normal evening chore -- unperturbed by the cameramen buzzing around her . . . Maj. Gen. William Dean's uniform was not technically correct for the show. One jacket pocket was unflappcd to hold a tiny wireless microphone . . . Joe Louis still retains a good habit from his training days. In all the confusion, he just lay down for a quick catnap before the show. . Eva Gabor's favorite color is .pink, even in flowers and in the pencils she used to doodle with while waiting . : . Richard Rodgers confessed that his favorite song, of all his many hits, is "Bewitched, . Bothered and Bewildered." Mrs. Rodgers, however, prefers "You'll Never Walk Alone. Tallulah Bankhcad waved goodbye to everyone until they were out of sight. It's a Bankhead tradition . . . And British Ambassador Sir Roger Makins broke out beer for the crew after his appearance. You'll feel like breaking out the champagne, no less, when you see the bright, clear pictures you can get on a Westinghouse TV set installed in your living room by our expert technicians. You can be sure ot Service after the sale to keep that picture bright and steady,, at MASON CITY R A D I O TELEVISION, 219 North Federal Ave. Phone: 2310. Varieties' Time Comes Around Again The fifth annual production of the "Darktown Varieties," the Holy FaniiJy Athletic Association's musical comedy attraction for the year, is ready for the opening Sunday at the Mason City High School Auditorium. This year's edition 'is based on the theme that "It's a Wishing WorJd." Featured in the show are 10 production numbers building a story about a boy who has one desire--to become an actor. Jack Johnson carries the juvenile lead. "Memory Lane" features Mrs. Robert Gettman, Tom Walters, Elgene Kurtz, Harry Ross and Mary Beth Sartor. Supporting the leads are Mrs. Jack Venechuck, Kathy Doyle, Ida Turner, Alice Fitzgerald, Marlene Becker ami Mary Lou Quintero. Featured in Specialties "Coupla Swells" features George Lindahl and JoAnn Nolterickc in a song and dance routine. "Stranger in Paradise" features James Grcll and Ann Good, supported by Maurice Hickey, Tom Joynt, Jerry Cahill, Tom Brunson and James McGowan. "Louisa" features Paul McAuley and Elgene Kurtz, supported by the dancing and singing of Jerry Allstot, Darryl Murray, Tom Brunson, Jerry Cahill, Tom Joynt and Robert Mallsbury, Dixie Austin, Kathy Murray, Sue Wormhoudt, Margie Boutclle, Marsha Hansen, Chardctte Billman and Torn HuCf- stetter. "Sittin' on Top oC Hie World 1 features Joe Simon. Singing Number "When Love Goes Wrong" consists of. a trio, George Lindahl, Paul McAuley and James Maxcy singing, "We Cover Every Age," with their three lady friends portrayed by Freda Plonsky, Lou Chambers and Margie Boutelle. In the sequence Dorothy Wilson and Tom Pattee sing "When Love Goes Wrong" with Carlos Melendez and Gary Nolterieke assisting with "I Guess I'll' Have to Change My Plans." "Rhapsody in Blue" features Jerry Burneson at the piano playing the original George Gershwin score, assisted by the chorus and ballet. "Angel Child" features Mary Beth Sartor and Harry Ross. "I'm G o'n n a Live Forever" brings back Don Helbling to the "Darktown Varieties" cast. "Cantor Memories" features George Lindahl- singing a medley of songs and dancing. Chorus members for the "Varie- lies" arc Karen McCauley, Mary Ellen Johnson, Julia Vega, Syl Vega, Rosin McDaid, Kay McDaitl, Cannel McDaid, Barbara True, Mrs. George Dwan, Gene Holt, Jack Vcnechuk; Gene Kramer, Tom Joynt, Maurice Hickey, Bob Mallsbury, James McGowan, Bob Brunson, Helmer Kapplinger, Don Helbling, Wallace Smith, Ann Maskarina, Michaela Lannon, Virginia Courchanc, Loraletla Austin, Janice Budzius, Mary Winger and Mary Kay Wiltgcn. Waltzcrs for the "Varieties" are Virginia Vala, Sarannc Ryan, Jane White, Given Keefe, Janice Somers, Jean Jacobson, Pat Lannon, Marilyn Lang, Mary Ann Lucien, Nancy Fortune, Joseph Shechy, Dale Sanders, Patrick Allison, Danny Sinnott, Michael Sinnott, Dick Wiltgen, Robert Nolterieke and Bernard Baier. Orchestra members are Bobby Griggs, Charles Biisch, William Nicholas, Frank Bickford, Earl Cau'ley, Wayne Pringle, Richard Dean, Allen Dean, Mrs. Mabel Keiso, Mrs. Robert Shultz, Peter Erlendson and Donald Diehl. S E R V E SUPPER ALEXANDER -- T h e ladies of the · Reformed Church will serve the supper for the youth rally to be held at the Reformed Church Tuesday evening for five Reformed churches in this area. The largest known asteroid, Ceres is 480 miles in diameter. Globe-Gazette photo SHOW TIME FOR "VARIETIES"--It's show time again for the "Darktown Varieties," fifth annual production of the Holy Family Athletic Association, to be presented at the High School Auulilorium Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, with a matinee Simdiiy. Curtain time is 8:15 p. m.; matinee 2:80 p. ID. TEiis is the ' cast assembled for dress rehearsal. Town, Country Quiz Slated for Plymouth School PLYMOUTH--The Future Farmers of America chapter will' sponsor a Town and Country Quiz Wednesday at 8 p.m. in the school a u d i t o r i u m here. Clay Rusk, WHO radio announcer, will serve as ciuiztnaster. A home talent sliow \vill follow the quiz program. Contestants from tlie town include Mrs. Dorothy Fzriedline, Mrs. Harriet Mikkalson, Herman Hansen and Laurel Helm- Those from the country will lie IvXrs. Gertrude Fromm, Dorothy tExmchis, Dan MacArthur and Ed CSaehock. CALLS FROM JAPAN G A R N E R -- M n Richard Kaduce received a telephone communication from her son, Ricbard Kaduce, in Yokaha-Tna, Japan. After a few days of rest he will return to his company in Korea. PEc. Kaduce has be-en in Korea since J u n e 1953. BUYS B U S I N E S S HAMPTON--J. R. Stover, implement dealer at Swaledale, has purchased the J. I. Case f a r m machinery and implement dealership from Dclos Mott and will operate his business in both places. His family will remain at Swaledale. McNeal R u n s Again for Iowa House Seat BELMOND -- Clark McNeal of Belmond, who for the past two sessions of the state General Assembly has been Wright County representative, announced this week that he will be a candidate for a third term. McNeal has gained rapid prominence in the Legislature, both as a figure in the Republican parly and as an accomplished lawmaker. He has been a key figure in the passage of a number of major bills. C O M M U N I T Y P L A T E MILADY PATTERN 95 BEST SILVER Regular 79.75 SAVE 40% 49 50 PIECE SET . . . . TERMS B L A N C H A R D ' S 12 East- State Scouts, Cubs Hold Meeting With Parents PLYMOUTH--Boy Scouts, Cubs and Explorers held a joint meeting with their parents *«wd the troop committee, with a pollack supper starting the meeting. Scoutmaster Paul Mcany called on Mrs. Charles Yek'ge, den mother for the Plymouth pack, to put on a rope throwing demonstration by Don McCotirt. Jr., Harry llawken- son, Gaylord Ycgge and Danny Godfrey. The troop charter was then represented to the cornmiltcemen by Don Webb of Clear Lake, camp director of Winnebago Council. The troop and committeomen also received an award for 100 per cent membership to Boys Life Magazine and for an increase in the troop. R. D. Shoop of Mason CHy gave a talk on conservation, stressing tree planting on waste land. The Plymouth Scout troop will assist In the "Plant Iowa" program. Two explorers, Paul Mcany Jr., and Bob Valley wore admitted to the troop and presented with the explorer insignia. Jerry Hodsoa was presented with the senior patrol leaders insignia and llarluu Wyborncy, patrol leaders' insignia and office. The scouts presented the induction ceremony and pledged two now scouts, Paul Miller and Donnie Goetschius as tenderfoot scouts. Don Webb gave a slide piclure ol camping and a talk on scout camping, stressing the Camporee to be held May 27 and the summer -camp at Camp Roosevelt. RETURN FROM TRIP LiVERMORE -- Mr. and Mrs. Clctus Ihmdterinark, ncwlywcds, returned from a two weeks' wedding trip, and the bride has resumed her teaching in the school here. Mrs. Himdtcrmark is the former Ruby Tendal!, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. LcRoy Tcndall of Clarion, and CIolus is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hundlennark of Livermorc. 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