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f- ' **—' — x * Eleanor Smith, daughter of Lord Gun dnll on the United States submarine S-48, while traveling at a high rate of
s . _ Birkenhead, between them. Photo- speed. This bit of action took place off New London, Conn., just before the sub-
W /jv graph taken on the balcony of the marine joined the fleet.
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L- * # carTfashiors Cri " “ The da V one realizes that mother is right is the day one h f tribe’s unusual New Year celebration at Dayton Mont.
I a w finds the truth.” Thus preaches pretty Bessie May Randall. The Indians welcomed the New Year by staying up all night,
f ll ! A I-"*-'—. an evangelist of Santa Ana, Calif. Rev. Randall is the pastor then at dawn, firing salutes of blank cartridges in front of the
1 of her own church chief s tepee. A prayer succeeded each volley, and then the
n, i nit«i ww. iirtun-x. New Year greetings were exchanged.
THE SUNDAY STAR, WASHINGTON, 1). C.-GRAVURE SECTION-JANUARY 4, 1925.
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