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August 26, 1952

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 24

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24 Aug. It, 1952 «»«··« :ir rii»b»-f!»«ttic, AI»»OH 300 Autos May Join North Iowa Caravan to Hear Ike \" C'crro Gordo Republicans planning the Sept. G Nbrlh Iowa earn-! v a n lo Knsson, M i n n . , lo hear D wight D. Eisenhower speak said Tuesday 300 cars may join the parade. Hughes J. Bryant, the Mason City Attorney who is caravan c h a i r m a n , said response has been good to letters to GOP chairmen in a do/.en other North Iowa counties I n v i t i n g participation in Ihe caravan. Locally, Ihe Young R e p u b l i c a n s nro helping Bryant organize ( . h e Caravan. They have .solicited aid from a number of local GOP candidates. Ray Bobbins, C'crro Gordo County supervisor, snid he has contacted about 20 persons who plan lo join the c a r a v a n . Arrangements a r e progressing for a highway palm! escort lo Ihe Minnesota slate line. The M i n n e - sota patrol Ihcn will pick up lhc caravan and conduct it to Kasson and Ihe National Plowing Contest at which Ike will, speak. The caravan will follow H i g h w a y (J5 lo Albert Lea and Owalonna, Minn., (lien t a k e Highway 14 east. The Irip is exactly 100 mllc.s. Uryanl suggested thai persons joining the c a r a v a n bring picnic lunches to be eaten al lhc silo. The c a r a v a n c h a i r m a n and Ihe Young Republicans will got to- gelher Thursday at 8 p. m. In the Pine Room of t h e Hotel Hanford (o shape /inn! plans. Robert Temple is in charge of posters n n d s i g n w for the c a r a v a n . Danish Mother Visits Sons in, U. S. First Time ST. A N S G A l l -- M r s . H n n s i n i H u n . son of Aisled, D e n m a r k , is n welcome visitor in Hie home of her son, Axel Ha/iscn, and f a m i l y . She arrived here a f t e r a visit w i t h another utm, K a i , and f a m i l y al. Clinton. This is Mrs. l l a n s e n ' s first visit to A m e r i c a , her first time lo cross the ·ocean, her first plane ride and lhc firsl lime to see, in person, Ihe WANTED llirce children of Axel Hanson, A x e l Jr., G e r a l d (Chuckle,J litlle seven-year-old J u d i t h (Cookie,) or her daughter-in-law, M r s , Axel Hanson. Another first for M r s . Hiinscq was a taste of pie and jcllo. An interesting item lo note about the Haii.sen f a m i l y is that when Mrs. Hanson returns lo her native Den- m a r k it w i l l be the 24lh lime t h a t ' she or one of her three sons, Axel in St. Ansgar, Kai in Clinton, and Paul in D e n m a r k , have crossed Ihe A l l a u l i c . Mrs, Hanson loves to conk and sew and Males t h a t though her conking equipment is d i f f e r e n t from ours, thf: ingredients are very much alike. For m a n y years afler her sons c a m e to A m e r i c a , she knitted socks for t h e m . Though she is (i8 years old, she has a supply of en ergy t h a t puts many younger worn en in the ".slow poke" class. She p l a n s to leave for her home Kc-pi. .'I, but says .she, will come back next year "with a longer vis it in m i n d . " Missouri Synod, concluded its 1952 convention at Lake Okoboji after Ive days of sessions marked by mporlant decisions affeeling the members of the church in the west liilf of Iowa. In attendance from Garner were he Rev. M. Klaus, pastor of St. 'aid's L u t h e r a n Church; the Rev. ' ,, H c i d e m a n n , pastor of St. John's Beauty Operators and Manager FOR OUR NEWLY INSTALLED BEAUTY SALON ; \Vo arc increasing out- staff and will need .several experienced operators at once AN OPPORTUNITY TO EARN A GOOD S A L A R Y COMMISSION NO NIGHT WORK GOOD CLIENTELE · MODERN EQUIPMENT · OTHER ADVANTAGES ALL R E P L I E S CONFIDENTIAL OUT-OF-TOWN O P E R A T O R S WELCOME SEE MR. SKAGGS AT ALDENS Baby Beeves at Sale Bring Fancy Prices NASHUA--The 75 bnby beeves owned by Chickasaw County 4-11 Club boys and girls sold for ar average of $311.21 a hundred. The grand c h a m p i o n , an Angus owned by Leon Muetherlhics of L a w l e r , brought a bid of $51 a h u n d r e d ' f r o m l h c Chickasaw County Rankers Association am netted Ihe winner $52.1.110 for hi; 1,030 pound stCer. The reserve c h a m p i o n , also nn Angus, w i t h an identical weighl brought $37.7.1 for James Carr from the First N a t i o n a l Hank in New Hampton, a total of $:ifl8.82. Sess/ons o/ Lutherans at Okoboji End "The Merry Widow" Played the Cecil Generation Ago; Now Returns in Movies "The Merry Widow," saucy musi-* · C A II N E K-Thc Iowa District ca | opcrcUa lhai delighted theicarricd its own crew of 14 stage- Vesl of the Lutheran Church-| c , JUntry K0on a f l e r tn(! t u m of l h e | h a n d s lo i n o v c and h a n d l c lhc tons century with Q new brand of lhe-!of .scenery and baggage with this atn'caf entertainment, is returning huge production, to Mason City Saturday for five days. It will not bo lhc live talent musical road show that played the Cecil in its earlier years, but the movie version of this success, the first of the musical operettas that made a definite break a w a y from .ulheran Church; Victor Iiungej l l i c heavier stage dramas in 1D07. md Frank Tbadu. lay delegates "of! This light opera played for years, he congregations. The business sessions were high ighled by the approval of a plan o enlarge the church's extension and its music captivated theatergoers of that generation as no prc-j vious stage production had ever done. The movie production is M-G-M's dazzling new technicolor production of Franz Lchar's fascinating musical, with vivacious flirtatious Lana Turner as "The Merry Widow." E t ' s the same show returning lo the Cecil after more than a generation--"The Merry Widow," once t h e most popular road show of its clay, now a brand new technicolor movie fresh from Hollywood. Rowan 4-H Club Girl Wins Honor EAGLE GROVE--The outstanding 4-11 girl in Wright County, Judy Sclllers, named at the Eagle Grove District Fair, is a senior in the Kcrtvan High School. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Selters of Howan. She has been a 4-H club member jr six years. She had 1G clolhing articles entered in the District Fair. Three of these were blue ribbon winners and arc in the Wright County booth at the Iowa State Fair. Mrs. James Groom is leader of the Iowa U-Go-1-Go 4-H Club of which Judy is a member. The junior outstanding girl was 14 year old Jcanine Hardy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hardy of Clarion. She is a freshman in the Clarion High School. Jeanine had five entries in the fair this year. These' girls were chosen for their records built up during their work in 4-H clubs in the past and on their work during the current club year. !n past years the senior gir! has been awarded a trip to the International Cattle Congress in Chicago in November, but nothing definite can be announced at this t i m e about this trip, according to Mrs. Leltie Zubcr, county home economist. To m Arthur Remembers Arthur, manager of the iiml by $400,000, bringing it up to $800000 ihe election nf delegates, I ( ) m m i l l l , ,, ,, . , . , u o the 105.J Synodical Convention Info-oil Theater from lhc early days! fouslon, lex., and announcement of lhc r o n d - s h o w s ,lo the present,'. remembers when Henry W. Savage; brought his production of ''The M e r r y Widow" to Mason City. He carried a troupe of 100 people hat the district had topped the 'lalf million dollar m a r k in its con- trilnithms for the church's "Con- (iiesl for Christ" c a m p a i g n . Principal speakers at the conven- ,ion sessions were Dr. J. W. Bchn- on of St. Louis, Mo., president of Synod, and Dr. Lcroy ftinckcr of M i l w a u k e e , Wis., president of Concord in College. SI. John's congregation, Garner, was elected to appoint u lay delegate to represent the Algona Circuit nl the 1953 Synodical Conven- wilh the show on a special t r a i n of three baggage earn and two sleepers. The show a r r i v e d from Siotix City, playing only (hat city, Mason City, Cedar Rapids and Davenport in Iowa. Mable Wilber was the star of the company. The show h a d ' o n e of the best wardrobes ever lo be brought lion in Texas. The pastor of lhe! l) Mason City. It was imported! congregation reported on the K u r a l ' f l ' o m Europe and heavy d u l y was; Life Commission and was elected lo serve as one of the district's delegates to lhc Synodical Conference in 1054. Convention sessions were held al lhc b e a u t i f u l grounds of the W a i - ther League C a m p located on lhc southwest shores of Lake Okoboji. paid on it while on lour in this country. "The First fo Up Price Merry Widow" was (he inosl popular show on the road. It was the first show In up the top price of. theater scats for stage shows from $2.50 to SIS. The show Look! open unh'l 5:30 P. M. every day Fridays'until 9 P. M. formerly MID-CONTINENT now · mf its A I R L I N E S Not Quite Fresh M KM PHIS, Tenn. 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