People: Nov. 20, 1939

Two pin-oaks were dedicated in New Brunswick, N. J. at the hitherto treeless home of the late Soldier-Poet Joyce Kilmer (Trees).

Mrs. Maria Magdalene Sieber, better known as Marlene Dietrich, cast her first vote as a U. S. citizen in Beverly Hills, Calif. Asked how she voted on Ham & Eggs, Marlene said: "When I became a citizen they told me my vote was sacred—and for that reason I don't want to tell how I voted."

Proud was old J. P. Morgan, and prouder was his head gardener, James S. Kelly, when, at the...

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