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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (March 11, 1937)
Mussolini Receives Former Ethiopian Chieftain
Ras Seyoum, fiercest of the Ethiopian warrior chieftains during the recent Italo-Ethiopian war, is
graciously received in Rome, by Premier Benito Mussolini. The dignified, bearded chief is now a peaceful
friend of Italy, offering good advice, unofficially, from his Addis Ababa home.
“ISOLATES” LEPROSY !
Dr. Earl B. McKinley, one of the
world’s foremost experts on leprosy,
who has announced “isolation” of
the true germ of leprosy. The doc
tor, dean of medicine at George
Washington university, is in the
Philippines for four months’ re
search work in the Culion island
leper colony, residence of 6,000
Illini Gun Molls Show Prowess
Two expert marksmen are these University of Illinois coeds, Miss
Mary Margaret Smith (left), of Waukegan, 111., and Miss Marjorie Lynn
of Paris, France. Each fired a "perfect,” scoring 100 of a possible 100,
in a postal match with the girls’ rifle team of the Carnegie Institute of
Technology, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Twin Brothers Marry Twin Sisters
A double romance was consummated in Washington, D. C., recently,
when Phillip and Neno Bellante, twin brothers, married Fanny and
Frances Bridget, twin sisters. The men are tap dancers and plan to
teach their wives to dance to aid them in a stage career. Left to right:
Neno Bellante; Frances and Fannie Bridget and Phillip Bellante.
KEEPS BRITONS FIT
Miss Prunella Stack, twenty-two
year-old leader of the Women's
League for Health end Beauty, of
London, who has been invited by
Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin to
serve on the national advisory coun
cil which will draw up plans for the
national college of physical training.
Boy Scouts Celebrate 28th \nniversary of Founding
Surrounded by Eagle Boy Scouts, President Franklin D. Roosevelt broadcasts a message to a million Boy
Scouts as the twenty-eighth year of the U. S. scout movement opens. By virtue of his office, the President is
^ honorary president of the national scout organization. He has been an active leader in scouting for 15 years.
Scenes and Persons in the Current JNews
1—French officialdom assembles at ceremonies In which n bust of the late Myron T. Herrick. American
ambassador to France, is unveiled. 2—Arthur J. Altmeyer. recently appointed chairman of the social se
curity board to succeed John G. Winant. 3—Batallion of the famous International brigade credited with sav
ing Madrid from assaults of the rebels.
Chicago Coeds Shake a Mean Leg
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University of Chicago coeds "swing it" in rehearsals for the annual
show of the Mirror, women’s dramatic society. A tower of the famous
old school looms in the background, gazing down austerely on the modern
collegiate chorus girls. Left to right: Marjorie Kuh, Frankie Burns,
Marjorie Ryser, Louise Huflaker.
SHE COPS PRIZE PIE
Mother never could make pies
like this, is probably the verdict of
Reva Whitcomb, who is taking her
own medicine here. To elucidate,
Reva was declared champion pastry
cook of New York state in competi
tion at Rochester, recently. She ap
parently agrees with the judges that
her pies are the best, for she is
shown eating one of her blue-ribbon
Minnesota Girl Is
Big 10 Beauty Queen
Joyce Kerr, University of Minne
sota coed who was chosen beauty
queen of the Big Ten conference at
a charity ball at Northwestern uni
versity, Evanston, 111., recently.
Collegiate beauties from every uni
versity in the Big Ten except Michi
gan competed in the marathon.
Bridge Players Are Recognized Aloft
Swivel chairs for a bridge foursome are one of the features of the
new air liner recently placed in operation between Chicago and New
York by the United Air Lines. Making a non-stop flight schedule of
three hours and flfty-flve minutes, the plane features air conditioning,
steam heat, hot meals and a telephone from the stewardess’ galley to
the pilot’s cockpit.
$3,000,000 Memorial to Honor Thomas Jefferson
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Architect's rendering of the $3,000,000 memorial to Thomas Jefferson, in Washington. D. C.. plans for which
were recently approved by a special congressional committee. Designed by John Russell I ope o ew ,
the building will embody ideas which inspired Jefferson in his own great architectural achievements,
monument will occupy the most important vacant site in the Washington scheme of public bui dings.
Work a Means of Living
Work is what a man turns to
when happiness eludes him; only
a few foolish ones insist that work
is a good substitute for it; even
the austere Emerson said: “Work
is a means of living; but it is not
Carnegie said it was a disgrace
to die rich. It all depends on how
much one has neglected his op
portunities whether it is a dis
grace to die poor.
Men wish the return of their
youth with the wisdom they have
Nobody can be made absolutely
happy except people whose ideals
are not too exacting.
Which Is Reciprocation
A dog loves his master because
his master ti'eats him well; and
his master treats him well be
cause the dog loves him.
One who complains that he
“never had a chance” probably
likes his rut.
“Sis” always winds papa
around her finger; and “Bud”
easily sways his mother.
A man who whistles may not
be happy, but ii is the finest way
in the world to fool trouble.
A swivel chair is all comfort,
but there is joy in sitting on a
hard rock in the woods on a sun
shiny spring day.
Kccim Lady Nancy I
Virginia Batter Bread
1 pint of buttermilk
Vi teaspoonful of soda
Little piece of butter and piece
of lard the size of a small egg.
% cupful of meal
First melt the butter and lard
together. Then mix in the other
ingredients and put in last one
heaping teaspoonful of baking
powder. Bake twenty to thirty
Copyright.— WNU Service.
The greatest depth to which a
human being has descended is
about 8,500 feet. The pressures
and temperatures that would be
encountered make attempts of hu
mans to reach greater depths in
the earth extremely hazardous.
EMINENT DOCTORS WROTE
colds result from
acid condition of the
body.;; they prescribe
cerpt from medical journal. The
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Trifles make perfection, but per
fection is no trifle.—Michelangelo.
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