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26 THE NEW YORK MAGAZINE [[image]] WHEN YOU HOPE TO CAST A CHARM OVER YOUR PARTICULAR "PRINCE CHARMING" NRA MEMBER [[image]] U.S. WE DO OUR PART I. MILLER De Luxe Shoes select this enchanting evening slipper by I. Miller. (I. Miller slippers have a way of trailing a whole string of beaux at their heels!) The Chevron, a De Luxe evening slipper on the 115 last, Footwear in this production by I. MILLER SHOPS AND AGENCIES IN PRINCIPAL CITIES AS THOUSANDS CHEER [[image]] As thousands cheer our new Fall styles, we must give credit to our new designer. His reputation is "the best in the country." The best of everything men and boys wear. Money's worth or moneyback. Mail orders filled ROGERS PEET COMPANY Broadway at Liberty Broadway at Warren Broadway at 13th St. Broadway at 35th St. Fifth Ave. at 41st St. New York City In Boston - Tremont at Bromfield In Princeton and New Haven - Douglas MacDaid, Inc. THE MUSIC BOX 27 "Why buy orphan stockings at Gold Stripe prices? Get Gold Stripe style - quality - and wear" [[image]] NRA [[image]] US WE DO OUR PART GOTHAM GOLD STRIPE BEAUTIFUL SILK STOCKINGS THE CHARLES WEIDMAN DANCERS: Letitia Ide and Jose Limon, leading dancers; Helen Bache, Debby Coleman, Paula Yasgour, Robert Gorham, Harry Joyce, William Matons. THE GIRLS: Jeanette Bradley, Dorothy Dodd, Elsie Duffy, Helen Ericson, Katherine Litz, Irene McBride, Katherine Mulowney, Jeanette Mundell, Margaret Sande, Toni Sorel, Elsa Walbridge, Teddy West, Lucille Taylor. THE BOYS: Jack Barnes, Robert Castaine, Arthur Craig, Jay Hunter, Fred Mayon, Chester O'Brien, Mortimer O'Brien, John Perkins, Paul Pierce, Ward Tallmon, Harold Voeth, Jack Voeth. PROLGUE 1. DINING ROOM IN PARK AVENUE Langley, a Butler...Hal Forde Mr. Andrews...Leslie Adams Mrs. Andrews...Helen Broderick 2. EDITOR'S OFFICE Editor...Jerome Cowan Reporter...Harry Stockwell 3. COLUMBUS CIRCLE The Boys and Girls (Program Continued on Second Page Following) [[image]] [[image]] WHEN THE CLOCK SAYS: "NO TIME FOR A BIG CIGAR..." BETWEEN THE ACTS LITTLE CIGARS 10 FOR 15¢
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