The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 8, 1934 · Page 15
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 15

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 8, 1934
Page 15
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^'* j ^ J ^ READERS F U R N I S H E D INSPIRATION FOR POEM--Mrs. J. J. Rodnito, of Boston, Mass., who as a colleen of Ireland furnished the inspiration for the famous poem "Maureen of Asthore" when a child in Ireland, is photographed upon arrival in San Francisco, Cul., on ;\ cruise around the world. Mrs Rodnite was a friend of the Irish poet Seumas MacManus, of Donegal. ORANGE PRINCESS-Pretty May Betteridge, who is princess of the twenty-fourth annual national orange show to be held at San Bernardino, Cal., knows her oranges and their purposes. She is shown at San Bernardino making a fruit basket out of an orange, for the decoration of a luncheon table. OVER HIGHWAY WATERWAY AND RAILWAY-This graphic photograph, taken over the Missouri river, near Kansas City, depicts a transcontinental plane traveling at 200 miles per hour, carrying 14 passengers across the country in solid comfort. TELLING IT TO JUDGE--Little Shirley Temple, four-year-old screen actress, is able to get more chummy with judges than most people. She is shown on the lap of Judge Marshall McCwnb, of the Los Angeles superior court, while having her long-term contract with movie company approved by the jurist. BAKER SAILS. ON .CRUISE-Newton D. Baker, who served a secretary .of war in the Wilson cabinet, is photographed in New York as he sailed on a 33-dny cruise of the Mediterranean. Baker was accompanied by his wife and daughter. HE'S NEWS SOURCE-Louis Piquett, retained as counsel for John Dillingcr, notorious desperado, is shown outside the county jail at Crown Point, Ind., where Dillinger is being held, talking to -newspaper reporters. BIG MODELS THESE '-Co-eds of the University of Southern California employ good-sizcd ,no,iel- for their out-of-doors art class at Los Angeles. A herd of tiny clay replicas of the two clephanto from the California Zoological Gardens resulted. IN PETS--Octavus Covington, of Salt Luke City, has Ji mathematical problem to solve daily in the.raising of Charlie gray Irish w o l f h o u n d , and Cutie, white Chihuahua, show! with then- master. For example, take the food situation-three pounds of raw meat per day for Charlie, and only one tablespoon- Jill of cooked meat for Cutic. When it comes to baths two cakes of soap arc necessary for Charlie, while one-half tcaspoonfut of powdered soap is enough or Cutie. *ir ' ''· ;JNE · i *- v, !.****-« MILL TOWN ABANDONED--This photo shows a street in the deserted village of Sackville, Pa., which has been abandoned by practically all of its inhabitants, following nn epidemic of anthrax, dread- «i disease which affects wool workers. Of the 51 families of mill workers- who had resided in Sackville, only 12 are left, i JEBERG" DOCKS-^-Looking more like an iceberg t h a n n'fishintr" b o a , the Newfoundland, covered with a thick coalinir of cc ?Photographed «« it arrived at a fish market dock in N t w York h," bor The crew had to chop off ice in mid-ocean to prevent-the craft ... from sinking'. LAOOKR FILED As WILL _. This seven-foot ladder, shown in the h.-uifla- of Georgia Faye Cooper, clerk in probate court, Los Angeles, was filed for probate in Los Angeles as being the will of the late Hermann H. Strachmanu of Los Angeles. According to the legal firm which filed the stepladder, the notations on the ladder constitute a valid will bc- riucnthing n ?lu,000 estate to Mrs. Ellen Gotts, close friend and next dooi neighbor of Strnch-: inann.

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