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vTcXIH No 147oj FEBRUARY 17, 1932 L aaa New.paper '"THE MASK"; By JOHN TURNER I I I M
17 February 1932 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
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17 February 1932 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS

AMUSEMENTS

COLISEUM (Charing Cross). (Phone Temple Bar 3101) SIR OSWALD STOLL presents ERIK CHARELL'S "WHITE HORSE INN" A PLAY WITH MUSIC AND DANCE. Daily 2.30 and 8.15 HOTELS iS CONVALESCENTS CHOOSE THE WINTER WARMTH OF ST. LEONARDS-ON-SEA and no hotel in this charming seaside resort is f
17 February 1932 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
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Front Matter

The Bystander, February 17, 1932 the No. 1470. Vol. CXII1 IBVMAXKIDtEIR
17 February 1932 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
BARONESS FURNIVALL

BARONESS FURNIVALL

Whose marriage will shortly .tajie place to Mr. William Herbert Shelley Dent, M.C., the only son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Dent, of Canton, China. The [only child of the fourteenth Baron Petre, who died in 1908, the Barony of Furnivall was called out of abeyance in favour of Lady
17 February 1932 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 

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YOUTH at the BULLINGDON CLUB Meet

YOUTH at the BULLINGDON CLUB Meet

YOUTH a/ the BULLING DON CLUB /Meet Left An al fresco luncheon-parly between races at the Bullingdon point-to-point at Somcrlon. From left to right are Capt. da Pre, Mr. Dunne, Mrs. Smith-Bingham, Mrs. Dunne, Countess du Pre, Mrs. Tony Bclville, Mrs. Fox-Pitt, and Mr. Smith- Bing
17 February 1932 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
the passing hour: GRAND NATIONAL OWNERS; INTERESTING VISITORS TO LONDON; TWO RECENT WEDDINGS; THE ''BURGOMEISTER'' OF CAPE TOWN, S. A

the passing hour: GRAND NATIONAL OWNERS; INTERESTING VISITORS TO LONDON; TWO RECENT WEDDINGS; THE ''BURGOMEISTER'' OF CAPE TOWN, S. A

IhiDOlIP THE arrival of Mr. Andrew Mellon as the United States Ambassador to the Court of St. James's will be a matter of great interest to Mayfair. Quite apart from the crude fact that Mr. Mellon is a multi-millionaire and is therefore likely to do a great deal of entertaining--
17 February 1932 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
THE LION BALL AT THE MAY FAIR

THE LION BALL AT THE MAY FAIR

THE LION BALL AT THE MAY Left Rest and refreshment being enjoyed by Miss Constance Bouchier Miss Sheila Bouchier, and Mr. and Mrs. Van Moppes during the dancing at the May Fair. T he Lion Ball, which was, appropriately enough, a roaring success was arranged by members of the Brit
17 February 1932 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
EVE--the Girl Contortionist in 'HELEN!"

EVE--the Girl Contortionist in 'HELEN!"

the Girl Contortionist in 'HELEN! Six studies of the eighteen-year-old Eve, in the wonderful Egyptian dance she performs in "Helen!" at the Adelphi. Eve, who was born in Glasgow, only started dancing when she was twelve, and was taught entirely by her mother. She ozves much of he
17 February 1932 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
MR. OLIVER MESSEL AT HOME

MR. OLIVER MESSEL AT HOME

MR OLIVER MESSEL AT HOME ON this page are seen some glimpses of the studio in which Oliver Messel, the clever young man whose dress designs and scenic effects play so big a part in the artistic suc cess of Helen at the Adelphi, does his work. He is at present busily engaged in sc
17 February 1932 - The Bystander - London, London, England