Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 21, 1937)
Water Shortage Hits Noncombatants
Carrying buckets, pitchers and jugs, crowds of Chinese refugees line up at a water tap in Shanghai
and wait their turn for the precious fluid. This is one of the few Sources of meager water supply in bei
Mrs. Estelle Lawson Page of
Greensboro, N. C., who recently es
tablished a modern record in wom
en’s golf when she won the qualify
ing medal in the national champion
ship at Memphis, Tcnn., for the sec
ond year in succession. Mrs. Page
played the course in 79 strokes.
Auto Loses Race \\ ith Trolley
Max E. Sparberg of Los Angeles is lucky to be alive. Above is shown
the demolished remains of Sparberg’s car after he dropped a decision
to a trolley car. Sparberg escaped with a number of abrasions.
Wrestlers Try a “Mud Mateh*’
In the first "mud match" in history, Sandor Szabo, Hungarian,
defeated the Hindu, Prince Bhu Pinder, in 12 minutes at San Francisco.
In the picture, in case you don't recognize him, the prince is on top. The
combatants were covered from head to foot with the good wet earth
when it was all over. t
Col. Wm. J. Donovan
Defends Oil Men
Col. William J. Donovan, Repub
lican candidate for governor of New
York in 1932, who is directing the
battery of 46 defense lawyers for
the oil companies, newspapers and
trade papers on trial in the federal
court at Madison, Wis.
Westminster Abbey Returns to Normal
Reopened to the public recently, for the first time since the coronation of King George \ 1 and Queen
£llzabeth, Westminster abbey showed the results of some renovating and restoration work, for the first
time in centuries, parts of the abbey were cleaned and portions of it restored. View shows the choir and the
crossing. Many of the stained glass windows have been freed of the heavy coating of dust which had obscured
them for generations.
Scenes and Persons in the Current News
1—George Fori Milton, prominent Chattanooga publisher, who has been named as special assistant to Sec
retary of State Cordell Hull. 2—Frank McNinch, President Roosevelt’s new “trouble shooter,” is sworn in as
| chairman of the federal communications commission. 3—Announcing that he and his bride will soon visit the
United Stales, the duke of Windsor accompanies his wife to a Parisian modiste.
Ambassador Goes Fishing
William C. Bullitt, United States ambassador to France, enjoys some
fishing in a stream near Chantilly, France, as he and his daughter spend
a holiday at the castle of Bois St. Firmin.
She’ll star in aquatic events at
Long: Beach, Calif. No pun intended,
hut Miss Aileen Zulawnlek has been
scleeted as the “Starfish Princess”
to preside in fall and winter events
at the famous southern California
beach resort. She is shown in her
1 starfish costume.
ROSE IN TIER HAIR
A rose by any other name—even
“chapeau”—is still a beautiful thing 1
to look at. Particularly is this true
when its wearer is as chic as Miss
Lucy Saunders, society girl of Bel
mont Park, N. Y., who is pictured
here, modeling something different
in hats. It is made of robin’s-egg
blue crepe, draped to resemble a
rose perched on top of her head.
New U. S. Cruiser Commissioned
A general view of the 10,000-ton cruiser Philadelphia, the fifth and
largest vessel to bear that name, at the Philadelphia navy yards, where
she was launched recently. The $14,750,000 vessel is commanded by Capt.
Jules James, formerly attached to the United States Naval academy.
The construction of this cruiser was part of the administration’s pro
gram to strengthen the nation’s naval forces. The program included the
construction of a number of other fighting ships
T’*“ President Pays (-all on a Cardinal
President Roosevelt is pictured as he chatted with George Cardinal Mundelein in the prelate’s Chicago
home, where the President was a luncheon guest on the occasion of his recent visit to Chicago. The President
and Cardinal Mundelein have been close friends for a number of years.
of the U/eek-'
FRESH fruit pies are always
good, but fresh grape pies are
worthy of superlatives in descrip
tion. The thickening may be corn
starch, eggs, flour or tapioca, de
pending upon preference. Tapioca
is suggested in this recipe.
3>a cups prepared grapes
2',* tablespoons quick-cooking tapioca
>/4 teaspoon salt
1V4 cups sugar
Wash and stem the grapes. Press the
pulp from the skins with the fingers.
Simmer pulp slowly until soft, then pres*
through Steve to remove the seeds. Com
bine 3‘a cups of pulp and skins together
with salt, -sugar and tapioca and let
stand for 15 minutes. Place rolled pas
try in pie pan. Fill pan with grape mix
ture Moisten edge of pastry and fold in
ward. even with the edge of the pan.
Moisten edge again and place top pastry
on pie. Press edges together with a fork
and trim oft surplus crust. Bake in hot
oven (425 degrees) for fifteen minutes.
Decrease heat to 350 degrees, moderate
heat, and bake about twenty-five minutes
Mistakes Are Past
When you make a mistake, don't
look back at it long. Take the
reason of the thing into your own
mind, and then look forward. Mis
takes are lessons of wisdom . . .
The past cannot be changed. The
future is yet in your power.—Hugh
READY TO BRING
BAYER ASPIRIN WORKS SO FAST
Drop a Bayor Aspirin tablot Into a tum
bler of water.
By tho tlmo It hits tho bottom of tho
glass It Is disintegrating.
This speed of disintegration onabloe
genuine BAYER Aspirin tablets to start
"taking hold" of headache and simi
lar pain a few minutes after taking.
YOU can pay as high as you
want for remedies claimed to
relieve the pain of Headache,
Rheumatism, Neuritis, Sciatica,
etc. But the medicine so many
doctors generally approve — the
one used bv thousands of families
daily — is Bayer Asririn — 15/ a
dozen tablets — about 1/ apiece.
Simply take 2 Bayer Aspirin
tablets with a half glass of water.
Repeat, if necessary, according to
Usually this will ease such pain
in a remarkably short time.
For quick relief from such pain
which exhausts you and keeps
you awake at night — ask for
genuine Bayer Aspirin.
virtually Jl cent a tablet
GET RID OF
New Remedy Uses Magnesia to Clear
Skin.Firms and Smooths Complexion
—Makes Skin Look Years Younger.
Get rid of ugly, pimply skin with this
extraordinary new remedy. Denton's
Facial Magnesia works miracles In
clearing up a spotty, roughened com
plexion. Even the first few treatments
make a noticeable difference. The ugly
spots gradually wipe away, big pores
grow smaller, the texture of the skin
itself becomes firmer. Before you know
it friends are complimenting you on
— for a few weeks only
Here is your chance to try out Denton's
Facial Magnesia a t a liberal saving. We
will send you a full 6 ox. bottle of Den
ton's, plus a regular size box of famous
Mtlnesia Wafers (the original Milk of
Magnesia tablets)... both for only 60c!
Cash in on this remarkable offer. Send
60c in cash or stamps today.
■ SELECT PRODUCTS, Inc. ■
J 4402—23rd Street. Long Island City. N. Y, ■
| Endowed find 60c (cash or stamps) for g
I which tend me your special introductory g
| combination. §
■ Name.. •
5 Street Address-............ 9
Powered by Open ONI