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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 5, 1928)
PRINCIPALS IN 'THREE SENSATIONAL MURDERS)
Middle West 1b scene of trio of slayings that have
aroused nation-wide interest because of their sensa
tional angles. Left: Mrs. Velma Van Woert West of
Palnesvllle, Ohio, holding the hammer with which,
it is alleged, she beat her husband to death. The
husband, Edward West, is shown in left upper inset.
Center: Andy Lyken, 15-year-old schoolbo” of St.
Clalrsvllle, Ohio, who shot and killed his mother and
seriously wounded his father and a farmhand because
he was reprimanded for not going to school. Upper
right: Mabel Marmont Hart of liurcka, Kansas, whe
was killed by her husband, Ivan Hart (right lower).
Hart claims his wife was Insane and communicated
that abnormal state of mind to him. He also asserts
she pleaded with him to end her life.
HAPPIER DAYS IN SNYDER FAMILY BEFORE TRAGEDY
Pictures that might have been found In any family
album clearly show happiness In the days long before
stark tragedy entered the Snyder home. Little Lor
raine Snyder (left), Mrs. Ruth Snyder (center),
shortly after her marriage to Albert Snyder, who Is
shown at the left as & boy. Inset is Mrs. Snyder
before her days of bobbed hair.
OMAHA GIRL HAS FOUND BACKER
Lost from the Fold
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MIsa Myrtle Brown (right) of Omaha, Neb., sister-in-law of famous
designer, Bellanca, Is being backed by the Rev. Father James It. Cox of
r*ittsburgh, Ta., In her proposed flight to Rome.
Rev. D. J. Good of Dayton, Ohio,
who hag been missing for ten days,
recently sent his wife money and
the church his resignation. It is
thought that the missing p£>tor was
on the verge of mental collaps# «
when he disappeared.
$1,000 A DAY FOR HEROINE OF ATLANTIC HOP
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Itui* Klder. famous woman flier, la here shown afflitng her signature te a oontraet to appear In vaudeetOe flee
104 Jays at a salary of 11.000 a day. With her la VIce-I'resident Kd, Schiller of vaudeville circuit which landed
title highly prised attraction.
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Pauline Itosencrance, 18, of Carson
City, Mich., student In Michigan
State Normal School, has not been
seen In several weeks. Friends are
using every effort to find the co
ed. who was mentally depressed at
the time i,he vanished.
Back From the Orient'
Thomas W. Lamont, partner
in the firm of J. P. Morgan &
Co., arrives in San Francisco
after trip to Japan during
which he investigated banking
conditions and found them sat
Sets Wedding Date
Mary Arden Schroeder, New York
society girl, has chosen January 23
as date for her marriage to Clar
ence Alexander Earl. Jr.
(International Illuatrated Mien)
To Replace Sextant
Howard B. Raster of Berkeley,
Cal., is the inventor of a device
that anpplants the sextant both
in nautical and aerial naviga
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fWO PRINCESSES lN BRUSSELS
Reclusive pictures of Princess Astrld (right), wife of Belgium's Crown
Prince, walking arm-in-arm with Princess Ingrid (left) of Sweden. The
two Princesses enjoy walking Incognito and looking at the shop displays
SENOR1TA CALLES LIKES OUR BOY
Alicia Calles, daughter of the president of Mexico, Is visiting in Wash
ington, D. C., and informs the press that American boys and girls have
quite delighted her.
HERE'S YOUR SANTA UP TO DATE
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Marla Gsmbarellt, known to thousands of radio fans as “Clamby." and
member of ths Rosy Now York "Uan*," Just couldn't resist the tempta
tion to be the Aral flapper Santa Claus.
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