Art: Sister Act

The de Hellebranths took New York last week without a struggle and added several ounces to the 16 Ib. of press clippings which their scrapbooks contain. Newspapers were eager to favor them, for the de Hellebranths are young, deep-voiced, brown-eyed, vivacious Hungarians.

Theirs is the only sister act in modern art.

Bertha and Elena de Hellebranth are not twins. One is 29, the other 30. "But," insists Sister Bertha, "we have twin instincts. Life has treated us alike. I am a little too fat, and Elena is maybe a little too thin, but...

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