People, Nov. 25, 1935

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

Hospitalized was Mrs. Edith Kermit Roosevelt, widow of Theodore Roosevelt, with a fractured hip, after falling in her house at Oyster Bay, L. I.

Playing skirts on a bagpipe that has been in the Carnegie family for 40 years, sporting kilts and the black, green and plum Carnegie tartan, barrel-chested Hugh Grant arrived in Manhattan to take part in the 100th anniversary of Andrew Carnegie's birth. Since 1921 Scot Grant has been official bagpiper at the Carnegies' Skibo Castle, has mounted the battlements every...

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