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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 19, 1936)
1 Turkeys Fattening for Thanksgiving Feasts
A million turkeys are being fattened by the Northwestern Turkey Growers in Utah who supply a great
percentage of America’s holiday birds. At this time each year, pretty Utah rancherettes help to feed and
round up the choice birds which will soon grace Thanksgiving tables. Fair trio are seen feeding turkeys from
the water wagon on a large Utah turkey ranch.
BOY ORATOR IN SENATE
Representative Joshua Bryan
Lee,A. B.,M.A..LL.D. author, poet,
artist, farmer and Sunday School
teacher and ardent supporter of the
,Kew Deal, who was elected to the
United States Senate from Okla
homa in the recent landslide Demo
cratic victory at the polls. Familiar
ly known as Josh Lee, the former
boy orator who became public
speaking professor at the University
of Oklahoma, the new senator-elect
had served two years in the house
Old Masterpiece Shown in Chicago
Here is the old master, known as The Education of Cupid” by
Titian, which was put on exhibition at the Chicago Art Institute re
cently, when it was revealed that the painting had been purchased by
Mr. and Mrs. Charles rf. Worcester of Chicago. The purchase price
was not disclosed.
^ Model of Giant Telescope Exhibited
James Stokley, director of the Planetarium at the Franklin Institute
of Philadelphia shown with a one-tenth scale glass model of the 200-inch
disc, and a model of the telescope mechanism, three-eighths of an
inch to the foot, which is being constructed for the California Institute
I DENTAL PRODIGY
Smiling at you is Paul Bartlett,
son of Mr. and Mrs. William J.
Bartlett of Medford, Mass., who
started teething at the age of three
months, and now has a dozen mo
lars to his credit, a month before
his first birthday. If early teething
indicates good health, then young
Paul seems to be well on his way
to become some man.
Ballet Dancers Arrive From La Belle, France
A group of French ballet dancers pictured aboard the S. S. lie de France on their arrival in New York.
They formed an unusual .reat for the eyes of ship news photographers.
Scenes and Persons in the Current News
1—Pickcteis watching a freighter at San Francisco docks during the maritime strike which tied up the
nation's shipping. 2—Baron Von Neurath, German foreign minister (left), shown conferring with Count Ciano
of Italy during his recent visit to Berlin. 3—Leon Degrelle, so called "Hitler” of Belgium, who was recently
imprisoned, following the failure of a Fascist "putsch."
Test Masks on “Jersey” Front
Wearing gas masks, a group of officers check their position during
a demonstration of modern methods of defense against tear gas and the
employment of troops under cover of smoke screens, in which members
of the Three Hundred and Third Chemical regiment of the organized
reserves and the First battalion of the One Hundred and Fourteenth
infantry. New Jersey national guard, participated. The maneuvers were
held at the regular army post of Camp Dix: near Wrightstown, N. J.
, “STENO” TO SCREEN
Last week an office girl, this week
on the way to Hollywood with a
two year contract in her purse.
That is the unusual leap to screen
fame of Helen Bucsko, nineteen
year-old Hamtramck, Mich., stenog
rapher who a few days ago won the
title of “Queen of the Fall Festival.”
Autumn Skies Presage Racing Season’s End
Against a background of billowing clouds on a crisp autumn afternoon nine sets of hoofs gallop down the
backstretch in the second race at picturesque Empire City race track in New York.
Trip to France
Prize in Peace
Edna Falk, seventeen-year-old
Pueblo, Colo., girl, whose essay on
peace, and the Statue of Liberty,
won first prize over 100,300 entrants.
Edna is shown wearing a silk print
dress featuring the Latin "Pax” for
peace which she wore at the fiftieth
anniversary celebration for the stat
ue recently. As part of Edna’s
award, she is making a three-weeks’
tour of France under the auspices
of the Federation of French Veter
ans. In France she will meet prom
inent officials, including Premier
Leon Blum and visit shrines of his
Roosevelt Victory Sets New Record
Re-elected to another four-year term in the White House in a land
slide that broke all previous records, President Roosevelt swept the
electoral votes of 4G out of the 43 states. For Roosevelt and his running
mate. Vice President John N. Garner, there were 523 electoral votes,
compared with 8 electoral votes from two states, Maine and Vermont,
won by his Republican opponent, Gov. Alf M. Landon of Kansas.
Foreign Words ^
Allons! (F.) Let us go! Come!
Bis pueri senes. (L.) Old men
are twice children.
Ense petit placidam sub liber
tate quietam. (L.) With the sword
she seeks quiet peace under lib
erty. (Motto of Massachusetts.)
Ferae naturae. (L.) Of a wild
Lasciate ogni speranza, vol
ch’entrate (It.) Who enter here,
leave all hope behind. (The in
scription over the gate of Dante’s
Garde de corps. (F., A body
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tum Company in another part of
this paper. They will send a full
week’s supply of health giving
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Reverence and Equality
Esteem incites friendship, but
not love; the former is the twin
brother of Reverence; the latter
is the child of Equality.
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