People, Nov. 28, 1932

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

William de Lancey Kountze, 55.

Manhattan socialite, board chairman of Devoe & Raynolds Co. (paints, varnishes), went pheasant hunting with a party of friends near the Mellon-owned Rolling Rock Country Club at Ligonier. Pa. Some birds flushed, the whole party fired. Hunter Kountze, 30 yards in front, received a full charge of no. 6 shot in his stomach, was rushed to a hospital.

Tardy commuting students of the Cheney, Wash. Normal School brought this scribbled excuse:

"Dear Teacher, please excuse Myrtle Baker and her friends...

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