Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on August 9, 1934 · Page 6
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 6

Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 9, 1934
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HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Thursday, August 9, 1934 uin They Actually Look (Co|iyrlKbt ; 1931, NKA Service, Inc Kounil asleep and blissfully unconscious of the world's absorbed Interest, the Dlonno quintuplets aro shown In this exclusive photo at slightly more than two months. Mnrle, left, lies quietly while Emllle. next, waggles her tiny lingers In sonic baby-dream. Ceclle, center, opens her mouth wide as though In protest at being moved by' the hand, of Nurse Do Klrlllne, while Annette and Yvonne, right the stronger of the brood, take their ease in complete quiet. QHHH. DOCTOR!" TWO'S COMPANY" MOTHER (CnpyriKhl, UK) I. NKA .Se (Copyright, 1934, NKA Service. Inc.) Yvonne Just didn't want to get up, and protested loud and long as Dr. Allan Roy Dafoe raised the tiny form for the daily regime of oil baths, weighing, and examination. Any baby that can cry as lustily as Yvonne ought to have a good chance to pull through, don't you ...... J llullh ^(Copyright. 193-1, XEA Service, Inc.): .Airs. Ollva Dlonne, 25-year-old mother of, the phenomenal quintuplets, has almost recovered, and goes about the daily routine of her housework like any other normal and happy housewife. A bit bewildered by all the hubbub, Mrs Dlonne expresses in the broken Knglish of her French-Canadian dialect her thanks for the kindliness and generosity that have been showered upon the farailv "Peonle are so nice," she smiled. , • i • Nolinily wafi f ' njoyillK lllis washinK aml Wl;1 « llln « f-T..ni 0 ny " r " ls °' Nllr8I? ^"^ ^ K ' r ' UlUl ' l?t - l '-" lld , YV 'nT h " r ° UX incubators after completing the oil baths in w i any more than these ^ '"T" ""' >0 ," 1 hich both seem to be two of the quintuplets, held in tho- to put the babes back into the warm taking a lively interest. > "HOW'M I DOINT JUST THE FATHER .\KA HiTvk'i-. Jnc.l ...••'.•-.• -: And litre's Oliv;i JJioniie. the <l;_iily proudf.-r lather, who is gi-iiilually rufiiverins from original attitude on lir.-it hearing of bin luck that "I oiJKlit to he put into jiiil." Now by oroudly and haiiplly per/onus xuch duties as . are allowed a mere rather But even he has to "CorUiin'.v I've gained!" Ceclle Uionne appears to be telling Dr. A. K ])af(j ( ; as he bends anxiously over the daily "weighing -in ' ceremony don the sterilized white smock you see above that tells tliu story of the quintuplets' light to achieve normal growth and health, Nurses De Klrillne aud keroux arrange Ihe delicate weigh- before lie Is allowed to see the babies ln S task dally. IDlil, N10A ijurvice, Inc.) Kmille, sfcond-liiik-st of UK; quintuplets, gels lier dally oil bath. Nur.se Yvonne J^eroux has becomo most adept with the soft cotton swabs, for the babies' skins arc much too tender to permit soap or water to touch them. Every person approaching them must .wear, the sterile garments aud anliueullc niask you nee on. Nurse Lerou*. 'r. --

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