People, Mar. 2, 1936

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

Columnist Anna Eleanor Roosevelt Roosevelt (My Day) from Hyde Park, N. Y.: "At noon Anna and I went coasting. First we both used the same sled, which broke through the crust and landed us both head first in the snow. After this experience we coasted on separate sleds."

Chosen from among New Orleans debutantes to be Queen of the Mardi Gras Carnival was slim, brown-eyed Cora Stanton ("Coco") Jahncke, daughter of Hoover's Assistant Secretary of the Navy Ernest Lee Jahncke, great-granddaughter of Lincoln's Secretary...

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