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UNDER THE MISTLETOE is Miss Margaret Pantall, of Rich
mond,' Va posed with the symbol of holiday cheer. Apparently
Miss Pantall wasn't aware of the presence of members of the
opposite sex. -
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ALL THAT IS LEFT of
Frank Carella's home in Kan
sas City, Mo., is shown above.
It marked the fifty-fifth ex
plosion in the city within the
year. Perhaps its owner won't
mind so much for he's serving
a term at Leavenworth for
bootlegging. No one was in
the house at the time, though
several were injured when the
house next door caught fire.
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RECOGNIZE HIM, GIRLS? Well, "it's" none other" than England's next
king, the Prince of Wales, as he appeared at the age of one. The photo
has never been published before. .
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IN THE SPOTLIGHT of the capital, Virginia Peters
was the, cynosure of all eyes as the ballerina of the
Junior League society circus at Washington. Virginia
is one of the most delightful members of the younger
set at the national capital.
BIGHT IN THE MAIN STEM of Wichita, Ksa, is this oil well derrick, erected there as part
of the elaborate ceremonies in recognition of the recent discovery of the black' gold in and about
I - A WOUNDED BIRD, in this cas an army biplane, goes down into the sea after a nose dive into the! (
water oft Winthrop, Mass. The pilot and a passenger were only aagntiy mjureo. - . I
DITION, Billy Hihn, left,
and Thelma Alward, fair
pedagogs-to-be of San
Jose (CaL) State Teach
ers college, produced a
cover design for the
"Spartan Spasm," college
comic 'magazine. Here
tofore, men students had
always won the honor.
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Copyright, 1928, by Central Press Association, Inc.
tjricvn to a pt.avt little Edith Ross Newton holds a record for persons
of her age. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Newton, of Picher, Okla, own
en of a flying circus, she began her flying career at the age of six weeks and
now has 250 hours in the air to her credit at the age of five. She is shown In tho
arms of on of her father's pilots:
A PRINCESS BECOMES A JOCKEY as Antoinette de Ligne, center,
daughter of the ambassador from Belgium, took part in the Junior League
circus at Washington, D.C. In the photo with the princess are Rebecca
Davidson, left, and Mary Bradley. - f ' -'