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PHEASANT TO ORDER
HUNTERS SWING HURRIEDLY TO COVER RISING PHEASANT IN FIELD OF SUMAC. WHITNEY (FOREGROUND) AND GUEST MRS. NORA DARDEN (RIGHT) BACK MRS. WHITNEY'S SHOT, WHICH PROVED SUCCESSFUL
Welcome rest in the field before lunch is taken by hunters, who tramped across hilly hunting country all morning. Host Whitney, an advertising man, lights up a cigaret while Dick Gelb of New York, Meurice Wolverton of Pittsfield, Mass. and Mrs. Whitney relax.
Good retrieve is enthusiastically made by one of the dogs used during the two-day hunt after Wolverton, a Chevrolet dealer, had downed his first bird. For most of the hunt Whitney's own outsize but willing Weimaraner, Mr. Big, did the bird dog work.
NORA DARDEN OF PHILADELPHIA SMILES HAPPILY AFTER A SUCCESSFUL SHOT
Vivacious hostess Frances Leach accents dinner coffee with western humor.
WILD HARVEST IN NORTH DAKOTA
Bulging limit of 24 cock pheasant plus bonus of Hungarian partridges and grouse is displayed at end of day. Happy hunters are (left to right): Dr. Ward Robinson, Minot; Al Weinhandl, president of Minot's First National Bank; Gordon Westlie of Westlie Motors, Minot; Lawton (Buzz Osborn Jr., Dickinson photographer; Ed Tobin, Dickinson utility executive; Sam Burgess, publisher-owner of The Dickinson Press; John Peters of Lefor, cattle rancher; and John Schneider, postal official of Lefor.