The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 2, 1931 · Page 19
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April 2, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 19

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' -V, t^ v i ,* t DANCE OF THE MACHINE AGE--Dancing with power and precision, atop the' 55 story Chanm building in New York, these'girls dressed as automatons or robots give their impression of the present machine n#e. WHAT? SO'SOON?--With, the wedding guests hardly out of sight, one would hardly * expect to encounter a scene such as this at , " the Mickey Walker menage in Shrewsbury, ,.· N. J. However, Mickey is merely giving? his new wife, the former Clara Hellman, ak ' few pointers in the manly art .that has! ," brought him affluence. ;' ;*$?? ^ LOSES E I G H T HUSBANDS -- Mme. Stamatopoulos of Piraeus, Greece, who lost eight husbands in less than nine years, believes she is the most unlucky widow in the world. Three husbands were drowned at sea, one was killed in a railroad accident, one was killed by a serious fall, one was killed by a horse, and the eighth died of spotted fever after only five weeks of married life. Mme. Stamatopoulos is shown with her child by her third husband. i HAIL, MISS PRESIDENT!--Miss Margaret Herget, of Baton Rouge, La., has been elected president of Louisiana State university co-ed student body. Her mother is dean of women. ' Mr, h - - r , Thomas Alva Edison are snapped at Fort Myer. 1'la., attending a ball game between the Philadelphia Athletics and the Boston Braves. Jj IN HONOR OF THE PRESIDENT-Thia photo of nautical salute to President Hoover shows 800 sailors and officers grouped around the chief executive and Captain Charles S. Freeman on the Arizona. *(-\: i -·^ \3. X?. XrtV4. -S'W III \ 1 ' ',; ' '**-. «». £? STUDENTS FOUGHT WITH TEAR GAS-Po.ice of Warsaw, Poland, use tear gas to quel, student riots J " m the vicinity of the University of Warsaw. frnJr^ H ° W v rd ^ Ct0 v' J , r ' C1 ' 8htl abovc ' iiscov ered hidden aboard . ,,... _ irom New York to Yonknr! N v T ^,,«_ «u«^ u *, towed to Yonker, for set of drills which will beTnstoUef to'«,,._,,. he! to f floes during trip to north pole. ^ ice | BROTHERS SKETCHES POR- ;£RAIT OF HIMSELF -- This sketch of Leo V. Brothers, tried in ___ _____ _ ? re 0 porter r "va dse made Ja by TMTED STATES ENGINEERS IN RUSSIA-A group of American engineers is seen in Moscow self durin odd mo ^.' "f£TM e * TM de , K The TM?*TM s Gre b «^ ^«TM'*ed on the construction of ^ huge Left to nght, L. Workman, Edwin Best, Frank Her Z og, Harry Shotter, William Ore and r himself during odd moments. MRS. CARUSO AT POLO] MATCHES-Mrs. Dorothy Ca-' ruso, widow of the world-famous' . tenor, is snapped at polo matches,' -- Aiken, S. C. __; ICE CAUSES LOW WATER--Ice jam in St. Clair river, water highway between the upper Great Lakes and. the lower Great Lakes, lowers water level five feet. The Great Lakes also are feeling the cfrect of prolonged drought. This photo was taken , at Algonac, Mich, near Detroit.

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