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MRS. "FATTY" ARBUCKLE IS RED-HEADED
If Minta Durfee couldn't act a bit
the fact that she is the wife of "Fat
ty" Arbuckle, known the world over
in Keystoie comedies; would still
give her a prior demand on fame.
, But Minta can act, too. She used
to sing and dance, and achieved a
reputation in musical comedy before
she joined the Keystone company
over a year ago.
The old Ferris Hartman light opera
company served to introduce Minta
and her "stoutish" husband to an ap
Miss Durfee has a wealth of won
derful red hair, scintillating with gold,
Which helps to establish her near the
the list of famous movie?
Short skirts are getting still short
er. I've seen more than one fall gown
that didn't come within 10 inches of
The awning stripe, first used in.
parasols, is now seen in gowns
gowns for lake resort wear, of course.
The velveteen sport coat with plaid
skirt is a popular get-up for informal
wear this fall
The tiny cap-like hat of black vel
vet with a pompom or an aigrette to
add to its sauciness will be the cor
rect top-piece for early autumn days.