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The accusation that many young
girls have yielded to the lure of the
bright lights in their efforts to win
fame, and that temptation faced them
on every side, is an oft repeated
I experiences in the movies is a flat
denial of the charge.
i. Some time ago Miss Nichols rap-
A ped at the gates of a local motion
picture concern. Just as hundreds
of other girls had done before her,
I she left 'her name and address hi
the hope that some day she would
be called upon.
A few weeks later she was given
an "extra" part that of enacting the
role of a maid before the camera. For
two weeks she worked as an "extra"
V Then Opportunity came to her.
From a score or so of girls she was
selected to take a "character" rote
that of a blind girl.
Success crowned her efforts and
she is now portraying "leads" in
y "big" pictures produced by the Bal
"And never once during the threfe
weeks I have worked in the movies
have I been made subject to tempta"
tion of any kind," said Miss Nichols.
"At the studios at which I have
worked everything is business all the
"I am convinced that the girl who
goes wrong in the movies does so of
her own free will I mean that she is
not met by unusual temptation of any
sort If an 'extra' girl attends strict
ly to business and makes every effort
to improve her work she need not
have fear of-'.being led from the
straight and narrow path."
W KIDNEY TOAST
Split lamb kidneys, take out core,
roll kidneys in flour to which has
been added salt and pepper to state.
Put 2 even tablespoons of butter
into iron skillet and allow to become
hot but not brown. Put kidneys in
"and turn often so as not to allow to
become hard. When kidneys are
tender take up and chop coarsely. To
the butter in. the skillet add 1 cup of
hot water and 1 cup of milk. Allow
to boil up and add 2 teaspoons of
flour that has been blended with a lit
tle cold milk. Allow to cook smooth
and add 1 teaspoon of Worcestershire
sauce. Put minced kidneys back into
this sauce, reheat and turn over
slices of golden brown toast.
OUR OLD FRIEND THE BLOUSE
STILL VHITH US
By Betty Brown '
The frilly little blouse, that friend
of "other days," is surviving the pop
ularity of the one-piece gown. But
the blouse must have new and
strange frills if it's to compete with
its many rivals.
Quite a "dress up" air is given to
a charming little waist I saw the
other day made of white crepe de
chine, with collar and cuffs and two
little fluffs at the front faced with
messaline silk in old blue. The. soft
leather belt and the hat band, were
striped in blue of the same shades
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