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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 23, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 9

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Mrs.-Walter L;. Clements, Candy King's Heiress.
Los Angeles, Cal., Feb. 23. Miss
Dixie Nunnally, 19-year-old heiress of
San Francisco, ' Los Angeles, Louis
ville and Atianta, was' married re
cently to Walter L.', Clements, a 20-year-)ld
lad of thiscity.
The romance started in San Fran
cisco six months ago. Mrs. Clem
ents is thS daughter .of a. millionaire
candy manufacturer with a chain of
stores through the South.
Miss Nunnally came into promi
nence about a year ago t-whea she
left 'home to wander, about the coun
try alone, despite the threats of her
father, who cut down her allowance,
only to be forced to relent when the
girl succeeded in . drawing upon an,
estate of her own. "
In telling of her career, Mrs. Clem
.ents said:
"I had no hpme, so-1 just traveled
My mother died when I was very
young and my 'father married a sec
ond time. I triedto make a living
painting, but I couldn't. Then I mar
ried.. And nowfo'r the first time in.

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