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Carnegie ordered Ball to dye her then-brown hair blonde, and Ball complied.

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While her mother and stepfather looked for work in another city, Lucy's stepfather’s parents cared for her brother and her.

Ball's step-grandparents were a puritanical Swedish couple who banished all mirrors from the house except one over the bathroom sink.

Its boardwalk had a ramp to the lake that served as a children's slide, the Pier Ballroom, a roller-coaster, a bandstand, and a stage where vaudeville concerts and regular theatrical shows were presented which made Celoron Park an entertainment destination.

Four years after Henry Ball's death, De De Ball married Edward Peterson.

The same year, Ball gave birth to their first child, Lucie Arnaz, A number of magazines reported inaccurately that she had decided that Montana was a more romantic place to be born than New York and repeated a fantasy of a "western childhood".

In fact, her father had moved the family to Anaconda, Montana, where they lived briefly, among other places, for work.

The family subsequently moved into a small apartment in Jamestown.

In 1925, Ball, then only 14, started dating Johnny De Vita, a 21-year-old local hoodlum.

The play premiered in Princeton, New Jersey, on January 21, 1937, with Ball playing the part of Julie Tucker, "one of three roommates coping with neurotic directors, confused executives, and grasping stars, who interfere with the girls' ability to get ahead".

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