Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on August 17, 1934 · Page 5
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 5

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TREATMENT FOR MADEMOISELLES DJONNE KPi-aaSiS nes^-And How They Grew BATH?- ALL SLICKED UP, AND NO PLACE TO GO Yvone he e h , • . ' "I™ 5 """' f< "' VV " ry w «''-"«>»«™cl c,ulnluplet. even if. Hke babies even' n i ', i"'"" '" rasunlci1 - Yv( "»>"' """"'lest and „ t r o n g e a t of tin, .oauies, even makes a show of resistance with her tiny hands as Nurse. Louise Do Kirlhne prepares her for her "oil sponge. <<'<>l>yrii;lit. I:KM, X(.;A .Service, Tm:.> FOOD FOR FIVE Annette appears Just a bit resentful at LI,,. intrusion of a camera, into '' )' ''I ' C . NU1 ' KU 1J " K "- |linn ^illi defl ami practised touch oil winch ,« us:ed on Hkill lll:ll is , 00 ,, nl)P j Uc for H0tf|) . nnd nurse s mask protects against possible iiifecllp'ii. ' the privacy applies the. wull , r Tlu . (Copyright, 1334, .VE VSerVJfee! Inc.) completed i but buck mio the white towel 10 be CORBEIL Corbeil, Ontario, nearest town to I be Dionne farm, and so small it hasn't even a "Main Street." The .small white church with the dark cupola just to the right of the center i.s that, of the Rev. Daniel Itonthicr, parish priest and advisor to tin; Dionncs. The stony ground in the farmyard in the i'ore- Ki'oiind Rives a cle\v to Die dilll- culties that go with fanning in tliis district, whore Dioiuie Jias been able to make only a bare living. It Is on the edge of heavily-wooded country, and is not' highly productive land. Yvonne is le.ady to go—but there is nowhere elseUo'- incubator. Nurse De Kirillne gently deposits her on the ,'snoW- „ , 'dressed in her "gertmde," a soft woojen garment with an attached „- ' hood, which the auintuolets all wear 't , *, •^tt' MILK )l'» Junrh lime (every n, r ,.,. luiursj al the Dionnes' house, and iii're i.- .Vursi' I) • Kiriliui. with the ration of shippeM-in moihcr ' V '"• "" •' lh ! ' i'i dm 'lh( t\\o -,tioiV(M b.ibh s aiL In in ' irjed oiil wiih j-evtilar nursing hollies, ]mt the olhi'r thri;e .siill Ifed !r«,!:i magnitied ."rye-droppers" which enable the nuiT.e iu lurce liie iced in;/ ^nnicwhat if the baby isn't hiuu-rv \ ' / ' m- v'-^* f : \v > I ,4.^ '"tfatig^^^g #fi vi.^s^soajs < i' "I>M i>,in, vi :i. M: \ i, i MI !, in, j FOUR FATHERS legally, the Dionne now liitvc t'oui- fathers, appointed as their guardians by ihe O.ntarin gnvei-nmenl. Left to right, they are Kenneth Morrison,, f'allander merchant and old friend of the Dionuu family; Dr. A. R. Dafoe the physician who took charge of the multiple birth; Oliver Dionne, ihe riulntuplets' grandfather; and W. H. Alderson. of the Canadian Ueil Cross. The swarm of pro- motors which -immediately sur- rouivrtnd Dionne \\'as so great that it was felt IK; woufd be. uuiible to liandle tln-m without -thf> ])ojsibil- ity of some imposition tlial would handic.ip the future of the quintuplets. Dionne only Julf uiideistaiid-, \\liv he had M go and live with neighbois when live little SIMPI-, descended on him ,it once. , I^e's only 2, and one of live other children or the Dionnes. .The ease"-b'e* !--ide him encloses one ot the contcunei-, \\huh h.ue biougbt daily •-upplies of mothers' milk by train to the Diouno ' Chicago, Toronto and Montreal; MARIE—JHE LITTLEST DJONNE ANNETTE -melle, M-tond smallest oj the Djonno ^UIIIIIIDH t MM.I.,I !,, , 'bt in Hi- jaoucdiiu. a, s )u . uas luted 0,11 ,,| h, , j,,, nb.uo, , ior this jiictiirc, Annette studies inieiiily and with curious inu-resi Uie, face of the nurse who is lifting her up for this portrait. Note her- flue head of hair "Yvonne, husKu t . uO siiai; r >nne, husKii t . uO sti<u; r , i vx ;|, ij.o.t.. i, - ,; inserted iT^r.-'u 1 ;- ?;;. i.vr »».".'.'.;• •<. :^L',.-i V! ,\ nui.i JM.,-"'.', ,'/''' ft'" " »• • ••-•/ * "' J "* Vv^uwl h^%,J 7 , ,.e, llm ,., lt a lillll! ,:,„.,- ouuce.'j when this jJic «l.-n M:.rieis.si,,.,, K c,-u,,,i betic, :,hl«. to undergo it, Mari, weighc-d I iv wu> madv, ihyujjli shv was 1- muutlis olj. ' Cecile, most active of tin: .ti li Dionne v JUII-SL- babies seems to ' s lu-v {nfcg

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