Monthly Archives: May 2015
“Once you become a star, you are always a star.” – Mae Murray, protesting when the studio wanted to re-release Delicious Little Devil to cash-in on Rudolph Valentino’s popularity. Mae Murray demanded to retain her star billing.
We asked Miss Norma Niblock what was the secret of her recent success. Here is her reply:
“Last winter after I was chosen winner at the Arena, I started using Mineralava and I found that after a few applications it kept my skin so clear and full of natural colour that I did not have to use cosmetics and they say that was largely why I won. I use Mineralava regularly now of course I find it keeps the pores wonderfully healthy and clean and makes my skin softer and more radiant than it has ever been before”.
The above glowing tribute adds still another name to the many beautiful women who owe so much to Mineralava. Mineralava in a bottle containing eighteen treatments for $2.00, a trial tube for 50 cents and the Mineralava Face Finish is $ 1.50 a bottle, for sale at all Drug and Department Stores with cur positive money-back guarantee,
Clarence Brown, famous silent film producer-director obtained a divorce today from his wife Alice Joyce, star of the silent movie screen. She testified “He wouldn’t talk with me for weeks at a time.” Miss Joyce and Mr. Brown were married in 1933 in Virginia City, Nev., and separated in 1942. Mr Brown started out in Silent Films directing famous silent film stars of the day such as Rudolph Valentino.