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The Kennewick courier-reporter. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1914-1938, July 21, 1938, Image 6

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% “Sure.” said the clerk. ‘That'a
l how I bought my car and radio."
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Prairie Dick—Well. what does
.131“ tenderfoot I shot think of me
in an argument?
Friend—Not much; he says you
nearly bored him to death.
01: Every Band
The stump orator was attempt
his to raise the crowd to a pitch
ot‘enthusiasm.
“What." he bawled. “do we no
u every hand?"
“Four fingers and a thumb."
came a voice.
What’s Thief
Mistress—You know. I suspect
that my husband has a love aflait
with his stenographer.
Maid—O. I don't believe it. You
are only saying it to make me jeal
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FREE TRIAL
SCHOOLS AND
ENGINES AND PARTS
WASHER. PARTS
HEARING AIDS
THE announcement that
Norma Shearer will play
“Scarlett O’Hara” in “Gone
With the Wind” stirred up a
tempest in a teapot that is
still raging.
Certainly. on the face of m.
it does not seem to be the type of
role that she does best. “She has
no southern accent naturally. so
whatever she says will sonnd pho
ney.” declare the Miriam Hopkins
supporters; “She's too sweet and
mild." wail the people who wanted
Bette Davis to have the part.
But nobody’s complaining because
Clark Gable is to play “Rhett But
ler"; that role was made for him
trom the beginning.
Robert Taylor’s New York fans
were numerous but not unruly when
he spent a short vacation in the city
recently. This time he managed to
arrive and leave places without hav-
ing his shirt or his shoes tom 03.
No strange girls were discovered
hidden in his suite at the hotel,
waiting for autographs. Fans just
gathered in crowds outside his ho
tel and waited for him to appear.
And he endeared himself to them
by refusing to duck in and out by
the freight entrance. and so disap
point them. Furthermore, he did
what few movie stars do; came
out and said quite frankly that. if
the fans didn't gather to see him.
he'd know that he was slipping.
When August Baron died a little
while sgo the public, in genersl.
paid little attention to the fact. Few
people hsd ever heard of him. Yet
he was the first man to take out
patents on talking pictures. He did
it in 1896 and 1900, but the patents
expired belore he could get back
ing. He died, penniless and blind,
at the age of eighty-three, without
ever having seen s talking picture.
Richard Cromwell has learned to
expect practical jokes in the movie
studios where he's worked. but he
wasn't prepared—until recently—to
encounter them in the radio world
as well. He plays "Kit Marshall"
in "Those We Love," and takes it
pretty seriously. so when he re
ceived a phone call one day recent
ly. telling him that the rehearsal
would be held an hour earlier than
usual. he saw to it that he got there
in plenty of time.
And then he sat there for one
solid hour. waiting for the rest of the
cast to show up. Donald Woods,
who's also in the serial. was re
sponsible.
The Don Ameches were married
six years ago, and at the time Don
Dgn Ameche
——a
Radio. like every other industry.
has its slang—here’s a bit of it. as
submitted by Mark Wax-now, musi
cal director at Columbia Broadcast
ing studios. Clifi-hanger—an adven
ture serial. Clientitis—sponsor trou
ble. Fairy godfather—easygoing
sponsor. Dawn patrol—early morn
ing broadcasting. Putty blower—
trombone. Wood pile—xylophone.
ODDS AND ENDS—Walter W anger
has announced that he's through with
“diflicult” actresses; he’s let Sylvia
Sidney and Madeleine Carroll go. and
is grooming Louise Platt [or stardom
. . . In “The Lady and the Cowboy”
David Niven will play opposite Merle
Oberon, to whom his engagement was
reported a year or so ago—maybe just
for publicity purposes . . . Miss Oberon,
incidentally, has a grand scheme [or
dressing simply and well; sweaters and
skim {or daytime, white evening gowns
at nig t; she buys them by the dozens
. . . Dickie Moore's baby sister is acting
with Bette Davis in “The Sisters.”
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Star Dust
* ‘Scarlett’ at Last
* Daddy of Sound
* Delayed Honeymoon
—By Virginia Vale
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ROBERT TAYLOR
promised his wife
é a honeymoon in
i; Europe. Th e y
started on it just
E alter Don fin
; ished his last
'; broadcast of the
_ current season.
- July 3—flew from
' Hollywood t o
_ New York and
2 set sail on the
Queen Mary. And
they’ve planned
a honey mo o n
worth waiting six
years for.
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this prescription? That's very high.
Dmggist—No. sir—the drugs in it ‘
are very costly.
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doing up in that there tree?
Tramp—Believe it or not. mister.
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