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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 17, 1916, NOON EDITION, Image 5

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Well, we've got to give up hope
about Kay Laurel, boys.
She's married.
Kay Laurel, if you don't happen to
know it, is called the most beautiful
American girL When she was a tele
phone operator in Erie, Pa., her dul
cet voice is said to have persuaded
many folks to have a telephone in
their homes.
Then Kay worked for a while in a
doctor's office in Cleveland!
Then Kay-was engaged by Fkwrenz.
Ziegfeld, Jr., for his Follies show,
and everybody in little old New York
began talking about the sloe-eyed
beauty from Cleveland.
Now comes one Winfield R. Shee
han, and weds the handsome Kay.
Sheehan was a police reporter on a
New York paper. He became secre
tary to Police Commissioner Waldo
and was prominent during the inves
tigation of the Rosenthal murder. He
is an official in a moving picture
company now.

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