Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on June 14, 1951 · Page 7
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THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1951 THE REGISTER-NEWS MT. VERNON. ILLINOIS JUNE SPECIALS Money Savers! Exciting Events! DRESSES Regular $14.98 to $8.98 # Tissue Ginghams #Chambrays # Broadcloths # Tissue Sheers • Piques DIX RUBY TIN»LEY. C »rwpM *>r*^ MOVIE HOPEFULS FIND OUT WHAT'S IN A NAME Sunbacks t Casuals • Sleeveless • Boleros Those who visited at the home of Mr, and Mrs. John Mack Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Boone and Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Mitten and daughters and Mrs. Gaily Boone of Benton Harbor. Mich,, Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Weems of luka, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Riley and Sandra Davidson of Dix. Mts. Margaret Shewmake of Alton, Mr. and Mrs. Donald McNew and son of Osh Kosh, Wis., is spending a few days with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Sours, Pvt. Allan Peterson, Jr. of Camo Attaberry, Ind., spent the weel end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Peterson, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Whitlock of here and Mrs, Hariy Shields and sons of Mt. Vernon, have returned to their homes after spending a vacation in California visiting their daughter and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Murry Carnahan. George Fyke is spending a few days in Rock Island, III. with his sister, Mrs. Ethel Mulvaney. Bobby Eller of Centralia is visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Arley Tinsley. Mrs. Louis Schoppel of McLeansboro and baby daughter spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Peterson. Mrs. Cora Dobbs of Centralia visited in Dix Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Dean McKinney of Mt. Vernon visited Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray McKinney. Cliff Sherman of Chicago spent a few days here with his mother and sister, Mrs. F. Sherman and Gertie. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Eller and children of Centralia .visited Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Axley Tinsley. Mrs. Elsworth Hawkins of Texi- CO was in Dix Tuesday mornijig. Charlotte Ann Bruce.of Mt. Vernon spent Monday with her grandmother, Mrs. Harvey Bruce. Visitors during the week end at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Chapman and Mr. and Mrs. Allie Chapman were Mr. and Mrs. Milton Spence and daughter of Kankakee, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Rogers and so^s of Mt. Vernon, and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Chapman and daughter of Salem, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Chaoman and daughter of Irvington, Mrs. Edna Ruth Bryant and son of Centralia and Ethel Morgan of Odin. Kelly Hawkins of Kell was here Tuesday morning. Mrs. G. Rushia Tate spent last week in Champaign with her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Freddie [Tate and is spending this week in Kankakee with her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Mooney. By BOB THOMAS AP Movie Writer HOLLYWOOD — "Spangler Brough and Ruby Stevens discuss reconciliation." "Jeannette Morriso/i marries Bernie Schwartz." "Phyllis Isley up for role with Archibald Leach." Headlines such as these wouldn't attract much readership. But perhaps they would 'if you inserted the screen names of the above parties, which are (in the same order); Robert Taylor, Barbara Stanwyck, Janet Leigh„ Tony Curtis, Jennifer Jones and Gary Grant. Obviously names can make a difference in the success of movie stars. Buy why and how do they get new names ? I sought some answers from Milt Lewis, a top talent executive at Paramount. WHAT'S IN A yAMffi?" He museiL The answer wai obvloui: Fanne and fortune can be in • name. But what makes » good name for a movie starT 'The name should be simple and pleasant sounding," Lewis replied. "It should be easy to pronounce, without any trick spellings. "Personally, I like simple names like Nancy Olson, Jane PoweU, Betty Grable, Esther WiliMW. The trend seems to be in that airection and away from the exotic handles of the past, like Theda Bars, Greta fjarho. Marlene Dietrich. "Actually, it doesn't matter too much what stars' names are, as long as they have talent. People will eventually learn how to pronounce and spell the names, if they like the stars enough. Claudette Colbert is an example. And what about Maria Ouspenskaya ? Nobody could pronounce her name, but she managed to keep working. • • • • MOVIE NAMES SHOULD BE fairly short, Lewis said, in order to fit on a movie marquee. He usually advised budding young players to keep their own handles as long as they are short enough and not too outlandish. But he added that many young hopefuls are not satisfied with their handles. 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