People, Oct. 12, 1936

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

At the 81st Piedmont Dairy Festival Virginia's U. S. Senator Carter Glass crowned Elsie Triplett, of Fauquier County, Regina VI.

Henry Ford II, son of Edsel Bryant Ford, entered Yale.

Telephoning his home, Augusta 840, Governor Louis J. Brann of Maine was connected with Leroy Weathers of the Weathers Transfer Co. in Augusta, Ga., who accepted the collect call.

Because the identity of his father was long kept a secret from him, not until four years ago did Raymond Moulton O'Brien, British-born Manhattan oilman, suspect he...

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