The Herald-Press from Saint Joseph, Michigan on December 17, 1932 · 10
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The Herald-Press from Saint Joseph, Michigan · 10

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Saturday, December 17, 1932
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KMM f&Zx . fZf 'ptti JTHFjPB Mk I - W'fiiBWMfir'' --W Wif trl ' XfsJ M COME ON AND PLAY WITH US! Pretty maidens at Lasell seminary, Auburndale, Mass., turn out to r sf I I ? ' - frolic in the snow. Left to right, Miss Roberta Davis, Upper Montclair, N. J.; Miss Emily Ingwerscn, 1 O i STROLLING DOWN THE Chicago; Miss Kathleen Atkins, Chicago; Miss Jean Lawrence, Chicago; Miss Virginia Rice, Chicago, VAst J4 - I t 1 BOULEVARD Joan Bennett, Miss Blanche Moore, Flanders, L. I., and Miss Doris Nesbitt, Riverhead, L. I. jf0 3 " FX X C , youngest and blondest of the Ben. " W';; '"'4LlijL nett movie and stage clan, takes -w 1 . j noonday stroll on Hollywood's 4, - - - y,.- BABY STARS AT GET-TOGETHER MEETING Wampus Baby most famous boulevard. JF v I ' W& Stars for 1933 hold a get-together meeting in Hollywood. They are ,-; T 4 t li. AIr-lli 1 i l sccn playing bridge. Front row. left to right: Ruth Hall, Lona - f'Vk 11 ji-lA- A I - fff yt -P f . Andre, Mary Carlisle, Dorothy Layton, Eleanor Holm, Lilian Bond, , l , I i 2 f ? J? J ' ifv A&L , Gloria Stuart; rear row, Dorothy Wilson, Toshia Mori, Patricia I 1 J1JL ; 1 ' -- A r-- " A'' X Ellis, Boots Mallory, Ginger Rogers, Evalyn Knapp, Marion Shockley. .. t 1 V-A t trip- -v t It i i1 rite-'Tgfe .'A A iv : f T - l H 1 r U i iW-W Km I I X. ,i HJ mml M r feiti vfew v ,rd X ' ' X MMrr W ""HWiUni WnififufidiiniH iti'ninniwiiMr 1 1 GEE! THIS FUNNY LAND! Billy Domingo, three-year-old Anuexia Indian boy from the Amazon jungles of Peru, is awed cit the funny things he sees in the strange land of America upon his arrival in New York. Billy's mother died when he was only three days old and according to the custom of his native land, .children must be buried with the mother. Billy's life was spared by the intervention of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Eeifsnyder, who Adopted him. His foster parents plan to remain in America a year, then return to Peru. TWO STARS OF THE OPERA DANCE Rosa Ponselle and Giovanni Martinelli, opera stars, are snapped at a dance, given for the jq BRING HAPPINESS TO CHILDREN Worl:r? near Denver,. Colo,, arc seen loading evergreens on benefit of the Italian Welfare league on the liner Conte di Savoia a truck for shipment to all parts of the United States for use at Christmas time, in New York harbor. APPLICATIONS FOR PARDONS GIVEN TO LIQUOR PRISON-ERS Prisoners in Los Angeles county jail, serving sentences on liquor charges, are given blanks for executive clemency, to be considered by Governor James Rolph as state liquor law repeal becomes effective.. Approximately 230 blanks are required for thli one jail. Ml i 1 - --mJCiV u "I fill '. ;-im .,.TSfS!s!i VJ& ,Yrf J VV - ill lhSr,J? fill -i' J ' I Mil I . , ---- T StKi a i 'iw i tiJUMttmft&f't fmm&i'.. 1U 1 1 ij- MRS. ROOSEVELT, SR., ON WAY TO PHILIPPINES Mrs. Theo- "THE SHEPHERD WHO STAYED BEHIND" Girls at Beaver college, Jenkintown, Pa., produce their dore Roosevelt, Sr., left, wife of the former president, is bid bon annual Christmas play, "The Shepherd Who Stayed Behind". Left to right, the Misses Margaret Lang, voyage by Mrs. E. B. Hanley, as she sails from Seattle to the Philip- Franklin, N. J.; Ann Mahon, Chester, Pa.; Ruth Lewis, East Orange, N. J.; Lillian Smith, Irvington, N. 4 a v 1 ; J l . fri j r u . ... . t- t . r X7 D:ik., u . o n t oi - u;n Pn ITatViArinp Virh. uojb iici tun, xjicuuvre jiuvacvcib, gu- jt j iviariOn fllrsi, ivurea, ivpaii, nav .vaiia, i itiouui gu , oaiiy Auger, oiioiun -general of the Philippines. Is, Glenside, Pa.; Marie Scroggs, Beaver, Pa.; Harriet Rogers, Troy, N. Y.; Linda Lamberti, New York. Ti . lis I ' I rf-W WW S TLX.. pines, to pass the holiday ernor- HOME-MADE DIVING HELMET These Boston high school students produced this diving helmet with little more material than a hot water tank and several feet of garden liose. The boys, Norman Johnson, 17, and Ralph Dearnaley, 18, announced they would go down in 30 feet of water. Air is pumped into a steel tank by means of an auto pump to provide the proper air pressure. -.Jy , 1 t ' i 7'vJ ' f,HsJ (is "ETERNAL FLAPPER" Fanny Ward stage star, whose eternal youth has won her the title of the "Eternal Flapper", is seen returning to New York from Europe. Miss Ward, who is 70, injured her side during the re-ceBt voyage when the liner lurched. it.

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