People, May 9, 1932

"Names make news." Last week these names made this news:

Among a score of U. S. women who will don long gloves, satin, tri-feathered headdresses to curtsey in stiff social homage to their British Majesties at this year's May Courts: Mrs. David K. E. Bruce (daughter and hostess of Ambassador Mellon); Miss Mary Elizabeth Beebe (daughter of Philadelphia Socialite Lucius Beebe); Mrs. Eugene H. Dooman and Mrs, David Edward Finley (wives of U. S. Embassymen); Miss Winifred Holt Bloodgood (daughter of famed Cancer Researcher Joseph Colt Bloodgood of...

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