Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 14, 1936 · Page 46
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 46

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WORLD NEWS IN PICTURES FOR Camera Brings You r Highlights in Career of New British King and Queen In cap and gown, in 1924, when they received degrees of doctors of Biding through a London street in 1928, the then Duke and Duchess of in cap anu g Belfast. Ireland. »!>»* » ome dav thev would ride to the Great Coach of State 8 * ""^ * d This photo, taken two years" ago, shows the new queen consort and Edwardr ajgo j, food of the Crown Princess Elizabeth as they attended a London theater, to observe a Christmas pantomime. Mcfe „«,„ ta w Fashions of the Fashionable PERSIAN TUNIC—This smart outfit, worn by Actress Kay Francis, consists of a black print frock and tunic which is draped from the sides to the waist in front and back. It has a wide crushed belt to give a swathed •waistline. The high, wide neck treatment is emphasized by deep folds from shoulder to shoulder LAST STEP IN BECOMING U. S. CITIZEN—This interesting picture, showing the last step in becoming a citizen of the United States, was snapped in the naturalization court in New York by special permission of the judge. In the picture, men and women, mostly women, take their oaths of allegiance to the flag of the U.."S, .."":' "CHARMER" SHOWS HOW SHE WON CROWN—Miss Marie Godt of San Francisco, who was chosen beauty queen at the University of California, Berkeley, as the result of her victory in a campus ballot, selects an apple to begin the day, as an aid to beauty. IN AN AVALANCHE OF DOLLS—Eleanor Mouhot, top, Olga Kawar. left, and Norman Vaughan, right, are buried in an avalanche of dolls bought and dressed by female employes of the New York r Telephone company for distribution among various charities. flRST TO FLY—First woman student at the Pennsylvania State college, State College. Pa., to receive her wings, Ellen Roberts. 22, i» «nown in her flying outfit after .he had made a »olo flight. Miw Roberta, who lives in Kingston, Pa., it * aenior at Penn '•tate.j^8he ** •tudying sociology* Universal Newtreel Photo~ SOMETHING NEW BY ANOTHER ROOSEVELT—Hal Roosevelt, brother of Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt, i« shown at Rosslyn, Va., examining the novel: wheel arrangement on one of the new car. put into service on the Arlington and Fairfax railroad, of which Roosevelt is general manager. The cars are called auto-trailers. They resemble ordinary road buses, but -in addition to traveling on highway, they also use railroad tracks by means of pilot 'wheels that « can be dropped at the touch of a button.. WHO'LL TREAD ON THE TAIL OF ME'COAT'—Brandishing a shillelagh, but with a genial grin discounting the warlike pose. Postmaster General James A. Farley returns to New York'from'a visit to Ireland, and a few other .pots in the old world. Central PreM Association, 1934 HOME-MADE SNOW FOR SPORTS ENTHUSIASTS—"Real" snow is manufactured for Indoor «kl- ing and sledding- in New York's Madison Square Garden. Here is how it's done. At the top, a targe piece Of ice goes into the machine and is crushed -into fine snow which is later sprayed over the varioua runs. Below, a worker spraying the mow. ~ '•- •

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