People, Nov. 5, 1956

Names make news. Last week these names made this news:

With more than a wisp of misgiving, millionaire ex-Bricklayer John B. Kelly and his wife Margaret, parents of Monaco's Princess (High Society) Grace, settled uneasily into theater seats for the Philadelphia opening of a new musical, Happy Hunting. The show, attended by scads of the Kellys' neighboring Mainliners, was a benefit performance for Mrs. Kelly's charity, Philadelphia's Woman's Medical College. Soon, while others there tittered nervously, Jack and Margaret Kelly learned the worst: Happy Hunting not only satirized the wedding of Grace and...

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