People: Sep. 17, 1928

"Names make news." Last week the following names made the following news:

Mrs. Evangeline Lindbergh, Spartan mother of Charles Augustus Lindbergh, sailed on the Lloyd-Sabaudo liner Conte Grande to teach chemistry in Constantinople at the American College for Girls. With her, bound for the same institution was Miss Alice Morrow, sister of Ambassador Dwight W. Morrow. Both denied that Charles Augustus was engaged to Ambassador Morrow's daughter, Elisabeth.

Aimee Semple McPherson, famed blonde and ardent evangelist, arrived in Manhattan and prepared to sail for England. Her principal activities between coming and going were...

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