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SmmmMn BEAUTY RIVALS OF EUROPE KISS
MAPKI EACH OTHER WHEN JUDGES COULD
Miss Constance Clark, England's Prettiest Girl, and (at left) Mile. Simon
Mareix, French Beauty Contestant.
Prance and England have kissed
and become real good friends again.
It all happened at the international
beauty pageant, held at Folkstone,
England, the other day.
Miss Constance Clark was declared
by the expert beauty judges to be
the prettiest English girl, and Mile.
Simone Mareix, the best looking
French girl girls from other Euro
pean countries took third and lower
But between the French and En
glish girls the learned judges could
not decide, so they just naturally fell
into, each other's arms and kissingly
congratulated themselves. ,
But there were no smacks for the
And this is important there
wasn't an American girl entered in
this beauty contest.
If there had been there might have"
been no tie for first prize!
HE WAS A KICKER
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"Minced veal, dear," replied the
"I think it needs .something."
"Well, I don't know what it can
be. I put everything in it I could
find," r - " v