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EASY TO MAKE FOR CHRISTMAS TABLE
Here are two candle shades easy
to make for your Christmas table.
For the white shade a four-sided
frame of cardboard is needed. On
this is pasted three rows of ruffled
white crepe paper. The best crepe
paper, you know, can be shirred ex
actly like cloth and the ruffling is
made by simply pulling out the
"stretch" on the edge. A band of
red crepe paper rope finishes the top
edge and two bright red poinsettias
are glued one on each side.
The other, a round shade, can be
made of a circular piece of red col
ored cardboard in which are windows
of white crepe paper. On each win
dow is pasted a Santa Claus seaL
When the light shines through", each
little- figure stands ou clearly.
Barbara Tennant will soon be seen
again in World film releases. She is
the heroine in "The Gray Mask."
Edwin Arden, star of the legitimate
stage, has joined the movies and will
appear under the World Film banner.
Metro's "Destiny," or "The Soul of
a Woman," was recently shown in a
New York church under the direction
of the pastor.
Marguerite Snow, Metro star, has
left the Hollywood studios and will
work in the New York studio of the
Cleo Madison is now directing for
Frank Losee, distinguished char
acter actor, has signed with the Fa
And still they come! The Palo
Alto Film Corp. has been organized
at San Jose, Cal.
Mae Marsh and Rob't Harron are
being featured by. Griffith in a new.
play called "Hoodoo Ann." ,