People, Aug. 29, 1938

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

To Moscow for the Soviet's annual air show flew Colonel & Mrs. Charles Augustus Lindbergh,

Kallie Foutz (rhymes with snouts) of Salt Lake City, great-granddaughter of the late much-married (approximately 25 wives) Mormon Brigham Young, recently won a Make-the-Most-of-Yourself contest sponsored by the fashion magazine, Mademoiselle. Like her competitors, 5,000 other plain young women, she submitted pictures, composed a 500-word essay on ''Why I Should Be Chosen To Be Made Over." Long of nose, mousy of hair, skinny of figure, Miss Foutz won with...

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