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Sunday Evening at Home
By W. E. Hill Copyright, 1936, by Chicago-Tribune-N. Y. News Syndicate, Inc. . Boy coming home after spending most of \ Sunday evening in parts unknown to the family. His Aunt Helen is trying to find I out by indirect questioning where he’s SjfeyB I been. Gets nowhere. Did he have a nicf 8*?^.' H evening? Fair. See many people? A W' ' ■ few. Gertrude there? Didn’t notice, etc. H Showing husband and wife in the gloaming f of a Sunday evening. He with a book and j I* she hovering in the background. With I husband's pipe and slippers? No siree. » With her check book. Soon she’ll come over and say, “Arthur, I wish you’d look at these figures and see what’s the matter with my balance.” m mw ^ The seven o’clock raid on the * family larder. w c ... 1 Lovely bachelor girl in her »- apartment counting laundry ^ of a Sunday evening. Hence — the old saying, “Home is v where the laundry bag is.” ■ .vr. Sleepy girl receiving Sunday evening call from the wrong man. Keeps her eyes glued on him and lets her thoughts w a n d e r where they will. Wonders if that sale of furs will be any good. The call from distant relations. They stay and stay. Cousin Maymie will say to her son Norman, “Really, we must be going,” and then she will remember something she had to tell about Aunt Daisy’s boy Joe, and bow you can't de pend on a thing he says, etc. (To the right is how Cousin Maymie and son Noiman really look. Above how they look to the family after a three-hour visit. "Did you ever hear anything like that man!" In this day and age grandma is right beside the radio of a Sunday evening, getting a load of the funny boys or some steamy jazz numbers. - - STEADY! A dual dive in the making by Beverley McCuen and Lillian Burke, springboard star's of Ohio State University. It's just one of their fancy repertoire. Associated Press Photo I TEN YEARS MARRIED. So Rod LaRocque and Vilma Banky blow out the 10 candles with the wish perhaps that Rod may linger long in films and Vilma continue to eniov her domestic retirement trom stardom. J J Wide World Photos f ' 1 Left: THE LONG FLIGHT. Hot Sul phur Springs, Colo., is cold enough to boast one of the best ski jumps in the country. This shot from the brink of the jump tells you how the jumper feels. ^ Associated Press Photo. ROPE SERVES FOR SERPENT. Priests gather at Osaka for re-enactment of the legendary slaying of an eight-headed ser pent in the dawn of Japanese history. The young woman with the sword does the be heading. © Wide World Photos I YOUNGEST OLYMPIC CON TESTANT. The 12-year-old Japan ese figure skating champion, Etsuko Inada, follows the skating events at Garmisch-Partenkirchen with her camera. 9 Associated Press Photo.