Monday, March 11, 2013

Clippings from the October 1935 issues of the St. Paul Dispatch, Part 1

As a short series this week, I'm presenting many clippings from the October 28-31, 1935, issues of the St. Paul (Minnesota) Dispatch (now the St. Paul Pioneer Press).1 Topics will include odd news, sports, entertainment, advertising, recipes and international news.

Reputed Betsy Ross descendant
declines allegiance to flag

The case of Jehovah's Witness Charles Newcomb. It appears that he quickly apologized.

Meat added to menu for Dionne babies

The Dionne quintuplets were born on May 28, 1934. Two of them — Annette Lillianne Marie and Cécile Marie Émilda — are still alive today. This article documents their consumption of veal liver and their fledgling attempts to walk.

Groundhogs taste like rabbits, hunter says

So there you have it! If you're interested in some groundhog recipes, check out these wild game recipes. (Links to recipes for alligator, bear, moose, squirrel and ostrich are also included.)

1. Previous posts featuring clippings from these Dispatch newspapers include:

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