Miscellany, May 27, 1935


In Oklahoma City, the girl chosen as Webster Junior High School's Healthiest Girl was discovered in bed with scarlet fever, her runner-up in bed with mumps.


In Chicago, Norma Thursen, chosen as Wisconsin's Typical Outdoor Girl at the National Boat and Sports Show, turned out to be a manicurist in a Chicago Loop barber shop.


In Chicago, the management of a Better Homes Exhibit ran a competition for pinning diapers on babies. The judges asked contestants to use four pins, handicapped two pin mothers, preferred the square to the triangle diaper. Winning time: 29 seconds by Mrs. Joseph Pieprznik (four pins).


In Chicago, Dentist...

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