Religion: Terror's Troth

A seasoned soul-winner at 25 is Rev. Uldine Utley, a dozen years ago the protegee of Manhattan's late, reforming Baptist John Roach Straton, and for the past two years a Methodist minister in good standing (TIME, Dec. 30, 1935). Small, blonde and decidedly the most comely of U. S. divines, Miss Utley has been called by newspapers the "Garbo of the Pulpit" and the "Terror of the Tabernacles"; by Dr. Straton the "Joan of Arc of the modern religious world." This reverend miss once declared: "If I were a man, I'd never...

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