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FIVE MILLION DOLLAR GIRL MAKES HER DEBUT IN
Miss Margaret Draper, who inherited $5,000,000 from her
father, Gen. William F. Draper and whose coming out party, Dec.
27, was a leading feature of the Washington social season. A story
that live humming birds and butterflies from southern climes were
to be features of the function was denied by Miss Draper. The real
affair was a fancy dress ball attended by many prominent society
girls of the capitol city.
As the New Year comes pranc
ing in jubilantly we trust his
spirits will not be crushed by the
spectacle of the woolen trust sing
ing "There's no times like the
-Instead of making new resplu-
tions, let us try and keep some of
the old ones.
The average resolution, smells
strongly of moth balls.
Still the Old
bad, was he?
Year wasn't so