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"Sisters of Skillet" Met at Notre Dame

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ED EAST and Ralph Dumke, were sons of Notre Dame, who appeared on the stage Charles Butterworth, pretender to stupidity, Notre Dame's Walter O'Keefe, later a buffoon. "East and Dumke" are now known as "Sisters of the Skillet." Charles B. has made a in movies and on the Fred Astaire stanza over a work. No promise of seriousness has been Mr. worth's. His has been a promise of madness, and must be accepted for South Bend, Ind., the Brothers, and the U. S. A. in general. The of the Skillet" are now known as the "Quality Twins, and are very glad to be known as such from cost coast, they are earning a new living.

FOR a long time Tulsa, Oklahoma, had the said oil helds and the acrid stench of petroleum, the world said, "Of Oklahoma expect only the and the oil of the soil." Yet KVOO of produced such ideahists in radio as Kathryn former Tulsa University student, whose voice resounds from coast coast in Columbia's Through a Woman's Miss Cravens tried and the stage before voice was radio. Now an manufacturer is have her voice his auspices

FOR a long time Tulsa, Oklahoma, had the said oil helds and the acrid stench of petroleum, the world said, "Of Oklahoma expect only the and the oil of the soil." Yet KVOO of produced such ideahists in radio as Kathryn former Tulsa University student, whose voice resounds from coast coast in Columbia's Through a Woman's Miss Cravens tried and the stage before voice was radio. Now an manufacturer is have her voice his auspices

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