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FILM STAR COT JOB BECAUSE OFT But Miss Valentine is worrying
SINGING IN CHURCH CHOIR
I about the fine old ladies. Dear, dear,
Miss Valentine Grant
The movie goblins have got Miss
Valentine Grant of Seattle, and, of
course, the fine old ladies of her
church are horrified.
From out the somber choir 0? the
church, Miss Valentine has tripped
gaily forth into the brightest light of
Miss Valentine was a favorite in f
Seattle before she went to New York
to sing in grand opera. Her singing
in the choir drew many a music lover
to her church.
And then she left, suddenly, and
the next they heard of her she was
with Sidney Olcott's movie company.
Now she's playing opposite to Walker
Whiteside for the Cort Film Corpora
tion of New York. They produced
Israel ZangwilTs "The Melting Pot."
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