The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on May 7, 1934 · Page 14
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 14

Mason City, Iowa
Issue Date:
Monday, May 7, 1934
Page 14
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I ^ I A WORLD NEWS IN PICTURES FOR GLOBE-GAZETTE READERS HEADED FOE ALTAR--This photo shows Miss Dorothea Gay, 'daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Otis Gay, of New York City, and Dwight F. Davis, Jr., of St. Louis, son of the former secretary of war and governor general of the Philippines, whose engagement has been announced. The wedding will take place in New York City. PAT AND SPOTTY WIN--Little Patricia Anne Price, of Merion, Pa., and Spotty, her pony, presented such a cute picture-to the iudees at a Philadelphia horse show that they won first prize in the . , . , ,, . , · nony class for children, hands down. Pat is just five years old, and APPLE BLOSSOM TIME--A covered wagon, pulled by oxen, and pretty girls as special attractions, Spotty is about half that. featured the pageantry of the annual Apple Blossom Festival at Winchester, Va. The pretty festival .celebrants shown are Helen Patten, left, and Ethel Rcnner. POPULAR FOR THIS SEASON" --Myrna Loy, screen actress, exhibits this new linen beach suit consisting of an anchor blouse, with a huge embroidered anchor on the front and worn with laced) linen shorts. A buttoned, wraparound linen skirt fastened by a blue suede belt can be worn over the shorts while motoring to the .beach. j COPENHAGEN PLEDGING ALLEGIANCE--Boys and girls from the public and parochial schools of Norristown, Pa., are photographed pledging allegiance to the flag at ceremonies conducted on Allegiance Day, a part of the Boys' Week program. FATHER AND SON--William Powell, well-known screen star, poses with his son, William David Powell, at a party given for movie folk in Hollywood. POW-WOW WITH WHITE FATHERS--Some of the persons appearing before the Indian affairs committee of congress at Washington to speak for the cause of the red men are shown leaving the capitpl--left to right, Fred Tillman, Oklahoma attorney, representing the Osage tribe; Judge W. T. Crozier, of Oklahoma; Jim Harris, western 'cowboy, and Mountain Chief "Isabel Diana", hereditary chief of the Yakima Indians. FLEA CARRIER--Oby, a dog from an animal farm in New Hampshire, is photographed as he departed from /Boston, Mass., to Copenhagen, Denmark, where he is to deliver 475 trained fleas. A special preparation is placed on the dog's body with the two-fold purpose of protecting him from the fleas' bites and feeding the tiny insects. The' fleas will perform in Europe. CAMPAIGNS FOR HUBBY-| Mrs. Gifford Pinchot, wife of the I governor of Pennsylvania, is 'photographed in · Philadelphia Egypt, to store five ncaring completion.

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