Miscellany: Ranchman's Daughter

In Ardmore, Okla., one Ethel Hindman, ranchman's daughter, at the request of cinema photographers and before the marveling gaze of 4,000 yokels admitted at 25 cents each, stood up on the wing of an airplane, leaped into space, curved down 40 feet to cleave the waters of the city lake. The force of the impact split her bathing cap.


In Plainfield, N. J., six years ago, one August N. Laggren, manufacturer, adopted Alice Amelia Banta, a dark, dimpled, amiable child of nine years. His wife died. Recently he, 52, married the...

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