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The Kennewick courier-reporter. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1914-1938, July 07, 1938, Image 7

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1 THURSDAY’ JULY 7, 1938
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THE SUNNY SIDE OF LIFE
Clean Comics That Will Amuse Both Old and Young
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FINNEY OF THE FORCE #21,”?
POP- Financial Advice
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I “E WORLD AT 113 WORST By GLUYAS WILLIAMS I I
I WHILETHEWAITEB WAITS I
The Embarrassed One—You've
saved my life with the five-spot. I’ll
owe you an eternal debt of grati
tude.
The Generous One—l don't care
how long you owe me your grati
tude, but as to the five simoleons—
that's another matter.
I Benndinted Theory I
“So you deny that a chimpanzee
was your ancestor?"
“So far as I am personally con
cerned." answered Senator Sor
ghum. “I do. No creature that
couldn't talk could possibly have
been the ancestor of a politician in
my state."
Trio Cheerio
"Hello! Hello! Hello! This is
Smith. Smith and Smith lawyers."
"Oh, yes! Good morning. good
morning. good moming."—Boy’s
Lite.
Bomebody
Newly-Arrived Convict—Lissa).
chum, can’t I open this cell window?
Guard—New. That’s barred. I
KENNEWICK COURIER-REPORTER
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“—On His Accustomed Rounds”
A Problem of Overhead
Jy’ .I. MILLAR WATT
By C. M. PAYNE
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lust GossiE
Star Dust
*Hurrioane Elopement
*Story of Earhart
*Norma Steps Out
By Vll'“ll|. Vale
MOVIEDOM is still gasp
ing a little over the
elopement of Frances Lang
ford, the radio singer and
movie actress, and Jon Hall,
who skyrocketed to fame in
"Hurricane" and hasn’t been
seen on the screen since.
Just after it was announced that
they wouldn‘t marry until he had be
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fiance. 1...“ Even after mu
“nude such a hit
In ‘fiurricnnc" he drew only 8150 c
week tor some time—mere chicken
teed in Hollywood—but his salary
was finally raised to S2OO.
Roy Funcls’ Int [picture under
her Menu-act will probably
bebuoulonootorytbotobebeuel!
mmuflhtbom. It’s
all oboe: o (mom watt-Ix who
goes Into o round-Moria flight
contest. and gets lost on o desert
Isle. Cu: it be possible that Ml“
Franck heard about Ame“: Eu
but?
Fashion news: Claudette Colbert
has a daytime costume of dark blue
with white floral buttons down the
side of the jacket. like one which
the duchess of Windsor likes to
wear. Recently. one evening in New
York. Helen Vinson wore a block
ehiiton gown with a skirt yards and
yards wide.‘banded with many rows
at narrow black velvet ribbon. No
shoulder straps.
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the New York revival o! thooe
two Volentlno plot-roe. “'lhe Sheik"
and “The Son o! the Sheik." woo
oo snooeostnl thet Agnes Ayreo. the
heroine. he been booked tor o 80-
weeho‘ muse-poem tour.-
And two more Volentino m
will he brought forth.
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Speaking of those Valentino pic
tures. Verree Mole and Adolph
Kenton were in New York. before
selling tor Europe. when they were
being shown. and he woe none too
noxious for her to oee "the Sheik"
and see how funny he looked on the
screen in those days.
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Norma Shearer would like to do a
smart modern comedy. otter her
long siege ot costume pictures. so
you may see her in “The Women." 1
IWI
whichhadalongrunasasuccess
tul play betore being handed over
to motion pictures. Norma has a
way at getting what she wants—as
MarlonDavlestoundoutwhenthey
both wanted “Marie Antoinette" and
Norma gotit.
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I Remember Eric von Stu-ahelm.
who used to make pictures
("Greed” and "Foolish Wives"
among them.) that cost millions?
He's acting in French pictures now
—which usually cost not more man
”5.000.
Incidentally. Jean Hersholt was
reminiscing about “Greed" the oth
er day—how it was way over the
right length. and von Strohelm tel:
so badly about having it cut that he
wouldn't even look at line film that
was finally released.
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ODDS AND ENDS-A nds'o odor
and director who learned nineteen
languages is on the air—as a dialect
stoogeondiau'sasorolasiusals...
Many of the professional radio on
uouncers are bad. but after hearing
e dozen auteur: try out the odd
dsy the soars: 0! them sounded mar- ‘
odous...BeusDwisr-efusodsobs‘
WM” “3...“ mat:
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obmdonod s’s—solsereupou is loss
Vboughtlorlbashnghers its.”
madman-as.
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ly established in
pictures. they
slipped on in
Prescott. Aria.
with her mother
and his sister and
got married. But
Hollywood didn't
know about it un
til tour days lat
er. possibly be
cause he used his
real name, Louis
kosher.
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