The Daily News from Huntingdon, Pennsylvania on October 28, 1946 · Page 9
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The Daily News from Huntingdon, Pennsylvania · Page 9

Huntingdon, Pennsylvania
Issue Date:
Monday, October 28, 1946
Page 9
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DALLINGER U. S. Patent Office RESOURCEFUL is the word for Alice Fayc who uses a chair for .1 desk when she has to make some last-minute changes in her script before t;oin^ on the air-in her weekly radio show. Alice; the wife of band leader Phil Harris, concentrates on radio instead of motion pictures thqjfe days. "YOU DON'T SAY," exclaims Lucille Ball, as she gathers in some interesting news while dining with friends at the Crillon restaurant. A willowy beauty with flaming red hair, Lucille recently realized a lite-long ambition when she purchased a five-acre ranch in a valley near Hollywood. Lucille, the wife of Desi Arnaz,-\vas a cig'aret ad Tnodel before entering films. "BONNIE" is the name for this attractive,window-washer. In fact, it's the' "real" name of Jane Nigh, who was known to school chums as Bonnie Lenora. OOMPH is a word which pretty Ann Sheridan says she'd like to Mocambo are Kathryn Grayson and Johnny Johnson, both tal ~™" -" ' '- n WaaiM HELPING S. Z. Sakall to a bite of food is his helpmeet, Mrs. S. Z. Sakall, who appears to enjoy ALL the job. The actor was known as Szoke Szakall in his native Hungary. In Hollywood, he took left and i-aui Muni until tVi.v tv;^ »« i • u his first initial and the "Z" out of his last name-so smart friends just call him "JohnnTe" other's"terdtowThe Rud^ voS th^m hnt^ '" T T T" d « n , gagemenl ring g ' Ven t0 her by/ Sluart Marti "' WMlthy " ocialile & . oonnniB. omer s territory. The audience voted them both great actors, planned for the near future. A native of Dublin, Angela typifies the beauty Cf>pr - '*Mfr K'ng Features Swir5ie»te. Inf., V^orlJ rirlits reserved. - ' •IIIIJIIM M - - - --__-, uv.»m*i>ii_.| *Jl-llt»O^CLJ..Il,Wl . • , Conr. 19-16, •IlillllllltlllWIW mxKaK&m v.vjWK-0 IMHHMM^ . ^r?";/^ \. V •; -1 , :«MHBaMHHHHBBMMIIHHBHKHHHBHHH^ , • ~ * t i! lt *»r yl0 F^ 0 j e dUGt ° f ° Uo Kru 8 er » RIGHT OUT FRONT for all the world to see, Angela Greene, blonde screen actress, holds the clia- .t until, they tried to muscle in on each mond engagement ring given to her by/ Stuart Martin, wealthy socialite. Their wedding>is planned for the near future. A native of Dublin, Angela typifies the beauty of the Irish colleen.

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