Sylvia Sidney, in “Thirty Day Princess,” gets her first opportunity to wear “gorgeous gowns,” according to her statement over the air in an interview.
The local Bialystoker Society is happy and foresees happy days ahead. In the past, all of Miss Sidney’s slightly-worn gowns were sent to relatives here. The relatives, unable to use the garments, annually turned them over to the rummage sale conducted by the Bialystoker Society. And this has been an important factor in the success of all Bialystoker rummage sales.
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