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THE WIFE, DAUGHTER AND PUP OF BIGGEST
AMERICAN CITY'S CHIEF EXECUTIVE -
Mrs. Ardolph L. Kline and Mrs. E. J. Schell, wife and daughter of
Mayor Gaynor's successor, and the mayor's favorite playmate the family
If Mrs. Ardolph L. Kline lived in England, she'd be "Lady Kline, -wife
of the Lord Mayor." If she lived in Germany, she'd be "Mrs. Burgomas
ter," sharing the honors with her husband. Being an American, she's
simply Mrs. Kline, wife of the mayor of New York. .
She's a quiet, domestic woman, who approves of a "dignified tango,"
condemns the turkey trot as awkward, and thinks the morality of the slit
skirt depends mostly on the woman who, wears it. She is a good auction
bridge and pinochle'player, and the .Klines play at home nearly every night.
-Mrs; Kline and her daughter, "Mrs. J3. 'J:, Schell, say the new mayor
is "the best husband and-father in the jKorUL"