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4tj Timet Herald, Carroll, la. Wadnetday, Sept. 23, 1959 A Courteous Welcome for Nikita at I.S. U. AMES (AP)-On the eve of Nikita Khrushchev's scheduled visit to Iowa State University the student organization, Cardinal Guild, held a special meeting Tuesday night and extended the Soviet premier a courteous welcome. "We feel honored that our campus has been included in his tour.'' (he Guild said. "We hope that ho can receive a well-rounded picture of American college lilo." "We represent the backbone of the American way of life," the ci i said in a statement and added: "Ue sincerely hope this exchange will stimulate more contacts between the Russian and American people and will increase the flow of ideas between their nation and ours." NOT. SA.MK SIN IIA.MPSTKAI). Mfl. iAt 1 1 - The Lutheran minister in tins comnuin- i!y is Rev. Thomas F. Sinn. Preparing for Historic Khrushchev Visit PENNEYIS A 1 WAYS FIRST QUALITY! SPECIAL THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY! WELL STOCKED FREEZER .. . was examined prior to luncheon by Mrs. Bob Gnrst, left, and Philip H. Dorff, Dcs Moines catering service manager. Although the luncheon fond was prepared in Des Moines and transported to Coon Rapids In special vans, the official party was invited to inspect the Garst larder which includes frozen meat and vegetables and an array of canned fruit and relishes shown in background. TELEVISION CABLES ... are being checked on the Roswell Garst farm near Coon Rapids by the two men shown here. In far background is TV micro-wave relay tower erected to beam live coverage from the Coon Rapids farm. Shown in picture here are, left to right, Bill Strong, Oes Moines, and Earl Shaw, Cedar Rapids. r L Wally Pikal His Triple Trumpets and His Dill Pickles Orchestra Thurs.,Sept.24 Adm., 90c Por Person Tax Included THE DUANE BERLEY BAND The band that old and young demand. Thurs., Oct. 1 Adm.: 90c Per Person Tax Included T LEGION BALLROOM ARCADIA • IOWA SECURITY PROBLEMS . . . highlighted the conference held by Iowa Highway Patrol officials prior to the arrival of the Khrushchev party. Traffic control was engineered by the patrol. Shown here in the planning discussion are, left to right, Sgt. L. Schellhase, Denison; Sgt. A. W. Keller, Osceola; Sgt. Don Drustrup, Missouri Valley, shown seated in car; Capt. Howard Wilkens, Atlantic; Lt. Tom Soppeland, Atlantic; and Ernest Beycrink, Coon Rapids policeman. ROADBLOCKS AND CHECKPOINTS were under discussion before the arrival of the official party from Des Moines. Shown p here going over last minute details are Iowa National Guard officers and Dave Garst, Coon Rapids. Guardsmen shown in the picture, are from left, Capt. Harley B. Davis, Des Moines; Major M. L. Juhl, Boone; and Major Harley J. Einley, Eagle Grove. 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