People: Oct. 21, 1929

"Names make news." Last week the following names made the following news:

Elisabeth Morrow, returning with her Ambassador father to Mexico, said she would teach English to fifth graders in Mexico City's public schools. Her plan: to establish some day a school of her own for boys and girls in Manhattan.

Florence Trumbull Coolidge, two weeks a New Haven, Conn., housewife, contracted to write a magazine article on housekeeping.

Laurence Stallings, author (Plumes), playwright (What Price Glory?), is now a planter in Caswell County, N. C. Last , week he took his first lot...

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