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MRS. P. HUBER HANES JR.

Aug. 12, 1957
Aug. 12, 1957

Table of Contents
Aug. 12, 1957

Baseball X-Ray
Acknowledgments
Murder
Events & Discoveries
Wonderful World Of Sport
The Salton Sea
Preview
You Should Know
Pistol Shooting
Tip From The Top
Lowell Thomas
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back

MRS. P. HUBER HANES JR.

Fishing is the favorite pursuit of this attractive young matron and her husband, members of a prominent Winston-Salem, N.C. family. And taking a prize like this tarpon is not likely to diminish Mrs. Hanes's enthusiasm. Boated on a recent visit to Islamorada, Fla., it weighed 51 pounds and was taken in 27 minutes, using a seven-ounce Ted Williams fly rod with 12-pound test leader—a feat of considerable skill. Between them the Haneses caught six tarpons in three days.

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Hunting and golf are other sport interests shared by Mr. and Mrs. Hanes, but when the responsibilities of a large household, raising four children and running a knitting mill can be laid aside, it's the rod and reel and a good fishing location they choose. And during the periods when a trip is out of the question, Mrs. Hanes can be found practicing her pet sport on the fish-filled lakes of their country farm.

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