bde march 10 1935 p7 lisbeth

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bde march 10 1935 p7 lisbeth - NEW YORK, SUNDAY, MARCH 10, 1935 to Lord of Aid...
NEW YORK, SUNDAY, MARCH 10, 1935 to Lord of Aid Life research Toklo, a as of biology hundreds built in beautiful parkland find Autumn, ad labora bird have note to said of starling of Thousands in and man-darlrr man-darlrr palace throb world's garden peace with varieties, years ordinary imperial diamond-shaped square Tokio stone Emperor are in and his In the admiral he science they market nicotine-free nicotine-free tobacco. LisbethHiggins,Deb of '27, Dances in Cafe And Finds Time to Feed Creative Appetite Brooklyn Society Girl Designs Gowns; Also Interior Decorating By EVELYN MARSH LISBETH HIGGINS did her teething on the toe of a dancing dancing slipper, rather than on the usual silver spoon that Is the heritage of babies born to wealthy parents. Appearing currently with Charles Conkllng at Le Boeuf Sur Le Tolt, Manhattan's replica of the famous Parisian restaurant of the same name, the daughter of the Charles M. Hlggins. whose name has long been at the top of Brooklyn society, society, has achieved the professional success she decided she wanted as a child. "I was serious about dancing," Miss Higglns remembered, "until I made my debut in 1927. Then I put it aside temporarily and gave myself a whirl, for about a year, doing all the giddy things that debutantes do after they first come out. Then I began to study conscientiously conscientiously with the stage in mind. I was fortunate in having rare parents who offered none of the old-fashioned old-fashioned old-fashioned objections that parents parents can dig up when a daughter is inclined to go on the stage." Began in Havana After working with Bobby Connelly, Connelly, Albertlna Rasch and Billy Pierce, the Negro Instructor who taught Clifton Webb his Harlem interpretations, Miss Higglns teamed up with Caesar Romero, who is succeeding in pictures and will appear appear in Marlene Dietrich's next film. She and Romero tried out their dances for the late John M. Bowman, who then headed a chain of hotels. He hired them immediately immediately and booked them for their first season at the Deauville Casino, in Havana. Since then Miss Higgins has been dancing constantly, and she has appeared at the best clubs in New York, Paris and London. She and Conkllng, who has been her partner partner for almost a year, create their own numbers, and Miss Higgins designs designs the gowns she wears for dancing. And her creative urge doesn't stop there. She has recently become become interested in planning interiors, interiors, since she decorated her bedroom bedroom suite in her parents' .home at 35 Prospect Park West. She's done the walls in black, the celling Is silver leaf, and a deep purple carpet covers the floor. (Are you still with me?) Her furniture is black enamel trimmed in silver, with the seats of the chairs and dressing table bench upholstered In Chinese red. Peacock blue taffeta draperies hang at the windows and the same material covers the bed, over which hangs a modern tapestry tapestry in grays, white and black. Miss Hlggins painted a screen, using the same colors for a modern design for one side and covering the other with her press clippings, which are numerous. Modern to the 'nth degree, degree, the room suits its designer's dark hair, coloring and Oriental type of beauty. Nearly a dozen silver cups that ornament a black bookcase bear witness to the fact that Miss Hlggins Hlggins is an accomplished horsewoman horsewoman and tennis player, and one slim AU Officers Re-elected Re-elected Re-elected All officers of the Ladles' Aid of the Mineola Presbyterian Church were re-elected re-elected re-elected at the annual elections elections held Wednesday. Mrs. Harlan B. Allen will give a social and entertainment entertainment for the members and their friends in the assembly hall, March 20. The officers who will serve again are: Mrs. Fred Hopkins, president; Mrs. William Meyers, vice president; Mrs. A. B. Morrison, secretary; Mrs. Alfred Seaman, treasurer, and Mrs. Percy Mygrant, corresponding secretary. secretary. "Irish Night" Celebration Monday evening, March 19, has been set as the date for the annual Irish Night dance by the Rosary Society of the Queen of the Most Holy Rosary Church, Roosevelt, Mrs. Frank Assip, president. The party will be held at the parish hall. Music for general dancing will be provided by the Clark-Lobel Clark-Lobel Clark-Lobel Orchestra. Thprn will be provision for special Irish music. The committw in rriarir inrlnrlpe Mrs. Jon Franrk. chairman- chairman- fr Assip, Mrs. Francis X. Mooney, Mrs. uamei Maner, Mrs. Joseph Cruger. Mrs. Thomas Monahan, Mrs. H. M. Kelly. Mrs. J. E. Combert. Miss Marv Crevoiserat. trophy acknowledges her Airedale's breeding. Patrick, the dog in question, question, was acquired during a London engagement and pretends to be as snooty as his pedigree testifies that he Is. His unfriendly gruffness on first acquaintance Is sheer bluff, attributed attributed by his mistress to the fact that he once tripped up the Duke of York in London. Duke Can Take It "Patrick and I were going out of Ciro's and the duke was coming in, when Pat tied himself and his leash up in the legs of royalty and tossed the son of the king for a considerable considerable loss," Miss Higglns recalled with a smile. "The duke was terribly terribly nice about It, though. He picked himself up, dusted himself off, and even patted Patrick, to prove that there were no hard feelings." feelings." 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Clipped from The Brooklyn Daily Eagle10 Mar 1935, SunPage 7

The Brooklyn Daily Eagle (Brooklyn, New York)10 Mar 1935, SunPage 7
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