The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 10, 1937 · Page 16
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, February 10, 1937
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-rsra^rtasaTMtf-^A-rtw^^ WORLD NEWS IN PICTURES FOR GLOBE-GAZETTE READERS SNOW QUEEN--Maurita Shank of Tacoma, Wash., rules as over .midwinter carnival at Rainier, Wash. queen "WOMEN SUPPORT STRIKING HUSBANDS IN FLINT--Members of Women's,Auxiliary, group formed by wives,ana sympathizers of right: Police Chief Joseph Gilligan, Angle L. Kellogg, county agent. for deli; Mount "sit-down" strikers in General Motors' plants in Flint, are seen on parade outside one of the Fisher'Body plants. 'Note the signs and Backus. Standing in rear is Detective Samuel Roberts. Mrs. Backus, who is ' ' thft nirr.UTTfiscrihpd snnCR fnr narndmtr: ·* *,,.-*!,*,* **,, n r. in XT;*.*. i-rtiirt/-»~'r.' nn~n the circumscribed space for parading^. CHILD BRIDE, HUSBAND PARTED BY LAW--Honeymoon of 12-year-old Mrs. Leona Backus and her 19-year-old "husband. Stanley, is broken up by the law. Stanley, jailed pending issuance of a statutory warrant against him. is seen being questioned by Watertoivn. N. Y., authorities.' Left to nquent children, and an expectant mother, was turned over to Miss Kellogg's care. CHILD ACTRESS IN NEW ROLE--Edith Fellows, 13-year-old screen'actress, assumes.a new role in private life, for she has become assistant organist at St. Thomas church, Hollywood. She was named by the Rev. Dr. Arthur H. Wurtle, shown with her at the church organ. AFTERMATH OF FLOOD NOT NIAGARA, BUT NORRIS .DAM RESERVOIR--An excellent view of Norm dam, near Knosvillc. Tenn., as water from the reservoir goes over the dam. The TVA is releasing water now to provide additional storage for possible'rains in the near future: Water .released will reach the Mississippi river nearly : two .weeks after the flood crest there. WINTER BEAUTY--What better description of this snow scene at Paradise Valley, Mount Rainier. Wash.? The skier making the leap is Jim' Collins. M.UM cr.ift »cre l e f t, .,,,,! record lluoil in Ohio river subsided .\ scene »t Fourth nnd Main streets, Louisville--some blocks from the water front--as water receded. " · - « · , « . Universal ftcicarccl I'ltolo l orlsmoiith, O., lias n (ask cleaning; up refuse left by receding Ohh) river flouil. Virtually ihe entire city was In- .undated \vhcn Ihc u'iilcr.s^topjici! the city's flood wall. Central Press Association, 1937 Fashions of the Fashionable ; DOUBLE TUNIC--This double ;tunic costume, worn by Barbara Stanwyck, screen actress, features :a skirt cut in wide circular style. ; Thc gown is made of black chif- :fon velvet and has a wide belt of silver bugle beads. ALL BALLED UP--"You can't have it. for it's mine!" That seems to be t h e - t h e m e here as John McGuirk, left, of Manhattan college, and Morris Goldstein of City college of New York wage a midair battle in New York for possession of the ball.

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