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FARRAR AND TELLEGEN POSE JUST BEFORE
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GERALDINE FARRAR ONCE SAID:
"Husband, home, children do not
exist for me, and never shall. You
cannot mix art and domesticity."
"I never intend to marry. I'm going
to remain a stanch New England
spinster and never change my name."
The noted pair stood "before the
camera in the license bureau in the
New York municipal building. Miss
Farrar gave her age as 32; her birth
place Melrose, Mass. Tellegen said
he was born in Holland, of a Greek
father and a French mother.
Owing to the dye famine, milliners
are warning women to keep their
Easter hats out of the rain. The col
ors will run, it seems. "We .never
thought to turn fashion prophet, but
it is easy to see that mottled com
plexion will be worn quite a good deal
next summer. . . . .
A man can be the head of the fam
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