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MARGARET EDWARDS TELLS THE TRUTH
ABOUT "THE NAKED TRUTH"
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At last it is out the real, naked
truth about "The Naked Truth;"
about Miss Margaret Edwards, and
her mother, and everything.
A crool, crool reporter in Seattle
wanted to know just why it was
that a pretty a beautiful young
girl should shed everything but the
garment Nature gave her and pose
(that way) for a movie.
He found out! Or,- that- is. or
didn't! He called Miss Edwards'
room on the phone. A very soothing,
sweet voice answered his call. He
thought it was Miss Edwards.
"Miss Edwards," he said, "is how
"She is 17," was the reply.
"Oh. It must have been very er
cold or, rather, very unusual
posing1 for the Naked Tr ," or rath-s
er, "The Hypocrites," he blurted.
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