Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on August 13, 1934 · Page 4
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Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa · Page 4

Ames, Iowa
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Monday, August 13, 1934
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FACBDOIT AMES DAILY TRIBtTNE-TIMES. AMES, IOWA, MONDAY. AUGUST 13. 193*. 'BUY BETTE1 IN AJCES" THE FIVE LITTLE DIONNES -AND HOW THEY GREW (Copyripht. KC4. NKA Service, Inc.) e, second smallest of the Dionne quintuplets, smiled her interest In the proceedings as she was lifted out of her incubator for this picture. (Coi'vrisrlH. 1S34, NEA Service, Inc.) MARIE-THE LITTLEST DIONNE (Opyrigln, 1S34. XKA Service. Inc.) Annette studies intently and with curious interest the face of the nurse who is lifting her up for this portrait Note her fine head of hair. (Copyright. 1934, XEA Service, _Inc.) Yvonne, huskiest-and strongest of the babes, doubles a fist which :•"•>. inserted smartly in her mouth c moment laier, just like a»» Marie, tiniest of the Dionne quintuplets, smiled gleefully to show that sha was not in the least concerned by the small discoloration on her left leg which has caused some concern airong attending .physicians. It has been diagnosed as a naevus tumor, probably not malignant, -which should yield readily,to treatment a little later when Marie is stronger and better able to undergo It. Marie weighed 3 pound*. 10% ounces when this ni''ure was made, though sr-. was 2 months old.® 'CECILE : -xf-V *<:, v <-, / $• *. & ,<, «-> x f" "• * o?-^ ': ji ,-^ >' ; * A » ^ ai \ * A-."- v ^ ^^. ^ «^ !<Copyrieht. 1034, NEA Service. Inc.) Cecile, most active of the .Dionne babies, seems to take it all pretty good-naturedly as the nurse protects her nose against cold terms. * FOOD FOR FIVE r snt I 0 "-) vL\ fctr ce Int. CORBEIL Corbei!, Ontario, nearest town to (lie 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 cen- T is that of the Rev. Daniel Kouthier. parish priest and advisor to the Dionnes. The stony ground in the farmyard in the foreground gives a clew to the difficulties that go with farming in this district, where Dionne has been able to make only a bare livins. It is on the edge of heav- iiy-wooded country, and is not highly productive land. MILK- AND A BROTHER (Copyright-, 1934. XEA Service. Inc.) "It's lunch time (every three hours) at the Dionnes' house, and Jiere is Nurse De Kiriline with the ration of shipped-in mothers' niiik for a single feeding. . The two strongest babies are bein? tried out with regular nursing bottle-?, but the other three still .feed from magnified ."'eye-droppers'' which enable the nurse to force the .feeding somewhat if the baby j.-n'; jrungr. ight-, 103-1. NEA Service,.Inc.) FOUR FATHERS Legally, the Dionne quintuplets now have four fathers, appointed as their guardians by the Ontario government. Left to right, they are Kenneth Morrison, Callander merchant and old friend of the Dionne family; Dr. A. R. Dafoe,' the physician who took charge of the multiple birth; Oliver Dionne, the quintuplets' grandfather; and ~VV. H. Alderson of the Canadian Red Cross. The swarm of promoters which immediately surrounded Dionne was so great that it was felt he would be unable to handle them without the'possibil- ity of some imposition that would handicap the future of the quintuplets. (Copyright, 133-1, XEA Service, Inc.) Danies Dionne only half understands why he had to go sfld. live with neighbors when five little sisters descended on him at once. He's only 2, and one of five other children of the Dionnes. The case be-; side him encloses one of the containers which have brought daily supplies of mothers' milk by train to the Dionne quintuplets fronj Chicago, Toronto and Montreal. OHHH, DOCTOR!" |Ct.]i\TiKliI, 103). MCA StiVK-i-, Inf. I Sound asleep and blissfully unconscious .of the world's absorbed interest, the Dionne quintuplets are shown in this exclusive photo at slightly more than two months. Marie, left, lies quietly, while Emilie, next, waggles her tiny fingers in some baby-dream. Cecile, center, opens her mouth wide as though in protest at being moved by the hand of Xurse De Kiriline, while Annette and Yvonne, right the stronger of the brood, take their ease in complete quiet. MOTHER 'Yvonne just didn't want to tot up. and prot"st<'<! loml niul ]OMR as Or Allan Hoy Dafoe .rni^fd the liny form for thr» daily vfRimo or ,.j! li.itlis. \\Aishine, and o\ninin.ition. Any baby that can cry as lustily ;is Yvonne ought M Imvc a good duiic-o u, pull throush, don't you think 1 ' Mrs fiiivji Dionne tuplets, h;is ;i]i!io.<-- of her housework A bit ItewiidfTrd HIP brokf-n l-:ii;li' tor I lie kimllni.-^ Uie fiiiui i'opyri'fiht, 1934. XKA Srrvlco. Inc.) . ;.">-ycar-old mother of the phenomenal quin- --! recovered, and ROCS ;ibonl the daily routine like any other normal and happy housewife i>\ all the hubbub, Mrs, Dionne expresses fn '.|i (it lioi Kronch-Cnn.itliiin dinlrri bcr thanks ,-unl 5Cii<'r<i>ii> il^n b.iv<- been sh(i«frcil upon li "I'coplc fti'c io nice," she smiled "TWO'S COMPANY Service. I»c.> Nobody was rnjoyiiifi Hits washing and weighing ctTuHiirn.v - ; -,y ,, K , rt tli.iii these two of the quinuiplott. hold in lhd firms of Niirso Louise Do Kiriline, left, and Yvonne Uroux The ninths itrf about to P"! the hohrs back into the warm incubators after completing the oil baths In which both seem to be taking a lively interest.

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