People: Dec. 15, 1930

"Names make news." Last week the following names made the following news: Jack, second son of President Paul Shoup of Southern Pacific Co., began work behind the counter of a chain grocery store at San Francisco. Said he: "The romance has gone out of railroading. The pioneering has all been done. In this [grocery] business, it's just starting." "The Fashionable Forties," an article in Vogue praising the new women's styles, was signed by Grace Hegger Lewis, one time wife of Novelist Sinclair Lewis. She described herself: "I am five feet seven, small of...

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