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24 THE NEW YORK MAGAZINE PROGRAM [[image]] Petal-Soft Skin Rose leaf complexions are in favor... together with velvets, furs and other revivals of the mode of elegance. Make-up is light, more delicate... and far more revealing! No longer may facial blemishes be concealed by heavy powder and rouge. Du Barry Special treatments give you a beauty which is more than skin deep. They are individual... designed to meet your particular needs. By stimulating the circulation, toning the skin and replenishing the natural oils, they give back the fresh transparent loveliness of youth. TELEPHONE TODAY FOR YOUR APPOINTMENT PLaza 3-6930 DU BARRY SPECIAL TREATMENTS- $5.00 EACH. A COURSE OF SIX TREATMENTS, WITH ADDITIONAL COMPLIMENTARY DEMONSTRATION ON HOME CARE OF THE SKIN- $25.00. •SPECIAL COMBINATION CUT, SHAMPOO AND FINGER WAVE, BY FERDINAND- $4.00. RICHARD HUDNUT SHOP AND SALON 693 FIFTH AVENUE · NEW YORK THE MUSIC BOX SAM H. HARRIS AND IRVING BERLIN, MANAGERS FIRE NOTICE: Look around now and choose the nearest exit to your seat. In case of fire, walk (not run) to that exit. Do not try to beat your neighbor to the street. JOHN J. DORMAN, Fire Commissioner. BEGINNING MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 27, 1933 [[image]] SAM H. HARRIS PRESENTS MATINEES THURSDAY AND SATURDAY MARILYN MILLER CLIFTON WEBB HELEN BORDERICK IN A NEW MUSICAL REVUE "AS THOUSANDS CHEER" BY IRVING BERLIN AND MOSS HART WITH ETHEL WATERS STAGE AND LIGHTED BY HASSARD SHORT Dances arranged by CHARLES WEIDMAN Settings designed by ALBERT JOHNSON Orchestra under the direction of Frank Tours CAST MARILYN MILLED CLIFTON WEBB HELEN BRODERICK ETHEL WATERS LESLIE ADAMS HAL FORDE JEROME COWAN HARRY STOCKWELL THOMAS HAMILTON HAMTREE HARRINGTON PEGGY CORNELL HAROLD MURRAY (Program Continued on Second Page Following) [[right margin - PROGRAM PUBLISHED BY THE NEW YORK THEATRE PROGRAM CORPORATION]] [[Logo - NRA]]
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