The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 9, 1934 · Page 12
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, April 9, 1934
Page 12
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WORLD NEWS IN PICTURES FOR GLOBE-GAZETTE READERS 'TVHITE HOUSE VACATION- syVhile President Roosevelt fishes in the gulf stream, Marvin H. McIntyre, his secretary, enjoys a game of golf, in Miami, Fla., ·where a temporary White House has been established during the president's cruise on Vincent o Astor's yacht, Nourmahal. VERY ULTRA ULTRA--This hairdress was judged the best coiffure created at the annual midwest beauty trade show, Chicago. A. A. Farley of Chicago fashioned the bob for Miss Jean Du Plessis. SENATORIAL CONGRATULATIONS--Hearing on his labor bill by the senate committee on education and labor is interrupted by U. S. Senator Robert F. Wagner of New York, left, as he takes time out to extend congratulations to Senator Robert J. Bulklcy of Ohio, right, on his recent marriage. BABY STAR GETS JOB--First of the baby stars of 1934 to get a film role is Betty Bryson. Furthermore, she will play with her uncle, Warner Baxter, for the first time. Betty has refused to work in his pictures heretofore because she wanted to first make her own way. They are together, above. MIDGET OCTOGENARIAN-Three feet ten inches tall, Capt. 'August Fischer celebrates his 81st birthday, in Los Angeles, ·without deviating from his health rule of doing "a he-man's job of work daily". Captain Fischer is said to be the only survivor of the original troupe of Lilliputians brought to the United States by P. T. Barnura half a century ago. WRESTLING TIGER--Ever since Satan, above, was a cub he has been wrestling all comers at the California zoological gardens, Los Angeles. Although the year-old tiger has sharp claws never wher? wSng? thereby'Lak^ prided clotting NATURE ON RAMPAGE-Normally the Washita river, north of Elk City, Okla., is but a few feet wide. Wlicu -vice,., » ' . . ' . ? , , ,, · ·,.,.,,· _ n _ ,,,,,,,,,,,! ,-t- *,, »TM--fln,,, or,^ wn^nA int-rt a cH-onm Hvn m PS nC.TOSS. unnecessary for his opponents. Cj VJiN JVri.J.'iJr*T.\JJIj IMJitllilliy lim t ¥ il Bill I'd i i v u i r t w i b i i UA j-jjft ·_ti-j p j vt»-4"'f «.j ui" « » w . . . - - · A 10-inch rain recently caused it to overflow and expand into a stream two miles across. TRAGEDY--Sistie Dall, youthful granddaughter of President Roosevelt, registers disgust as she shows her uncle, Elliott Roosevelt, the mud she accumulated on her shoes when she wont to the Washington airport to meet him upon his return from Miami, Fla. With Sistie is her mother, Mrs. Curtis Dall. GOOD OLD DAYS ON THE FAMOUS DINING ROOJIS--Gambling isn't all they did to pas? the time on the old Mississippi river [_ln the days when Mark Twain wrote "Huckleberry Finn" and "Tom Sawyer" these were the ^'^ ^^ ^ ^ an(] magnificcnt dining roomi provided the .setting. Note the long dining table, i,~ nvr;*.-;*::iTm; frnm "NVw Orleans to the headwaters of the Ohio and Missouri river?. Cotton, ., , . . ., , ., , .. , ,, ,.i.,| mr nir. rnnl .fnvn_ i"i from New Orleans to the headwaters of the Ohio and Missouri river?. boats arc shown here " Orleans. the hat table at the left and the elaborate coal stove. WALKING--AN ART--But the ladies didn't seem to mind how difficult it was to navigate in the days just before the war when the famous hobble skirt was the .thing to wear.

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