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October 02, 1941 - Image 6

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THE MICHIGAN DAIL

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Pictorial

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DU N K E-EE-o. u have the
word of none other than Ann
Sheridan herself that she likes
to "dunk," and proves it by im-
nersing-daintily-toast in cof-
fee, on a Hollywood film lot.

A L L 'S F A I R F 0 R T H E F A I R--With mixed emotions Gladys Wood meets a Poland China
family destined for the first Grand National Livestock Exposition at San Francisco Nov. 15-2'.

H U N T E R S, T H E T I M E I S N I C H-Just to tantalize hunters awaiting the season's start,
semi-tame mallards rise from protected grounds in Twin City Ordnance plant, New Brighton, Minn.

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L 0 0 K A F T E R S H E L E A P S-When pretty girls start leaping through the air, as does Mar-
.garet Field, a Californian, at Sun Valley, Idaho, you can bet that the ice skating season is at hand.

THE WOMAN HE L O V E S-The patient wait of the
Duchess of Windsor for her royal husband during one stop on
their U.S. and Canada visit afforded this chance for a camera
study of American-born Wallis Warfield to whom the former
King Edward referred as "the woman I love," when he abdicated:
England's throne in order to marry her on Jupe 3, 1937, in France.

TEA FOR TWO, AN D M O R E-Almost hidden is Con-
nie Behrens as she holds what may be the largest silver tea tray
ever made, sent from England to New York where it'll be shown
at the Fourteenth National Antiques Exposition Oct. 20-24. The
giant tray was made in London in 1790 by John Schofield, is a
"refugee" from possible damage by wartime bombing raids.

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