People: Apr. 11, 1927

Had they been interviewed, some people who figured in last week's news might have related certain of their doings as follows:

Frank Totten Heffelfinger, Minneapolis grainman, onetime Exeter (boys' school) football-baseball-track-man: "Playing golf in Del Monte, Calif., last week, I killed a wild canary on the 7th hole. The 15th hole I made in one."

Charles A. Whelan, President of the United Cigar Stores Co. of America: "My daughter Clara, mother of five and wife of my able vice president, John T. Cassidy, is a businesswoman. Her company 'Clio et Claire' does a nice...

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