Mohler, Frances - The Lima Daily News 20May1915

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Mohler, Frances - The Lima Daily News 20May1915 - MISS MATTESON STILL LEADER 'MOVIE' CONTEST...
MISS MATTESON STILL LEADER 'MOVIE' CONTEST ELSIE 8IEBEKT SURPRISE OF WraI*E»IAY'8 VOTING, JOIP- ING TO SECOND PLACE. ONLY FEW MORE WAYS REMAIN FINISHES NEXT WEEK. The flrst contestant in the "Who Will Be Ruth?" movie race to the 500 mark was Miss Louise Matteson, who has teen. holding the lead 'for two days no*. Miss Matte- 6on 'jumped nearly 100 ahead of other contestants, but Miss Elsie Seibert was the surprise of yesterday's yesterday's voting. From a position way dowQ In the list, she Jumped up second place and- with the aid of friends, it Is said, is striving to into first; Mw* Matteson has 533 votes and Miss- Seibert 439, wjiile Clara Miley, next nearest opponent, Gas 312. Voting, was 'exceptionally heavy yesterday and' the · judges spent nearly two hpurg last night up arid tallying the votes, before list -was completed. From a list ot" but a half dozen on the opening day, the contest has now grown, one involving 33 girls, with more entering daily. Nest Monday will be the last day for contestants to After that time, the race will be narrowed down to those remaining. As tbe days pass' by, the rivalry interest increases. The contest closes promptly at 10 p. m , next Wednesday night, so there is little time to lose now. Get your friends ·working for you, if you want to the leading lady in the first real motion picture made in Lima entirely by Lima people and with Lima-made scenes as a background. The story of the scenario will be announced as soon as the contest ends and young women who are not working now, but depending solely on the ·work of their friends, will regret the fact that they have not oeen more active, Clip the coupons from The Lima Daily News and mail them to Contest Editor, Faurot opera, house, or drop them in the ballot box, which stands just inside the front door in the lobby of the theater. The results, following last night's count are: Louise Matteson, 751 W H i g h Elsie Seibert, 1123 Forest Ave..439 Clara Miley, 817 E. North ---- 312 Isabella Loescher, 1302 E. High Blanche Yant, 501 Kye St ...... 217 Prances Mohler, 511 N. Eliza- beth 151 102 95 86 83 83 74 Lucille Troop, 976 W. X o r t h Iva Conrad. 434 Prospect A \ e Edna Sb-indeldecker, 917 Dingledine Dingledine H* Goldie Black, 566 Ontario 105 Ruth Smith, 714 S. M c D o n e Mabel Knorre, 617 W. High Agnes Brown, 846 St. Johns Ava, 2oe Wright, 613. W. Wayne Quida Louden, 131 E. Pearl.. Fern Massey, 758 St. Johns Florence G. Priest^ 622 Faurot.. Eloise Roberts," 2T39 W. O'Connor Clara Fells, 325 W Wayne. . .. Florence Fitzsimmons, 366 S Pme " 50 R u t h Camp-hell, 747 S. Elizabeth Hodone Grindel. 711 X West. . Alice Johnson, 12*00 S. Broadwav Ethel Leminger.. 936 E Second " Marie Koontz, 557 W. Spring. . Gertrude Davis,-719 S. Blizaoeth 2 Bertha Falk, 123 W. Circular. Etta Cotner, fllfl K. Market .. Helen Quenby. 630 J u d k m s Minnie Diehl, 715 E Fmdlay Aice Romey, 1104 N.^Mam . Kelt O'DonnelU ?25 G-ieen.av,.i Frances Wright, 1116 W. Market 21 11 8 5

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  1. The Lima News,
  2. 20 May 1915, Thu,
  3. Page 9

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