Jefferson City Post-Tribune from Jefferson City, Missouri on August 3, 1936 · Page 3
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Mo'nrJay, /August 8, 1933 Society Tonieht Volunteer Sunday school class, First Baptist church--Picnic at Busch's Lake. Meet at 422 East McCarty street at 5:30 o'clock. Catholic Book Club--Mrs. William Seeker, 1133 East McCarty street. 7:30 o'clock. Harvester Missionary Circle, Capitol Ave, Christian church- Mrs. Ed Party, 1925 West Main street. 6:30 o'clock supper. Ann Adams Hay circle, Ladies of the Grand Army of the Republic--Annual basket picnic. 5:30 o'clock. State Park. Hope Sunday school class, First Baptist church--Mrs. E. M. Gallemore, 810 East McCarty street, 7:30 o'clock. Tuesday Beta Phi Sigma Clubrooms on East High street. 7:30 o'clock. Former Jefferson Cilian ' Married Yesterday The marriage of Miss Kathryn Hygaard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Rygaard, of Atchison, Kansas, and Earl C. Burch, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Edson L. Burch, of Jefferson City, took jrface Sunday afternoon, August v!f at 2 o'clock at the home of the Bride's parents in Atchison. The! Rev.'Smith of the First Methodisti church officiated. The bride wore a floor length gown of white chiffon and carried a bouquet of gladioli! in pastel shades. Miss Mildred Hulse, of Kansas City, Kans., was bridesmaid and Mrs. Gene Rygaard, sister-in-law of the groom, was matron of honor. Gene Rygaard was his brothers best man. After a wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. Rygaard will make their nome at 3106 Forest avenue, Kansas City, Mo. Among the wedding guests were Mr. Edson P. Burch, of this city, brother of the groom, and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Prosser, of Kansas City, the groom's aunt and uncle. JEFFERSON CITY POST-TRIBUNE MODES of the Moment For Mountain, Seashore or 'Just Country' Here is a sweater of chamois yellow ribbed wool which W-" 86 ^ !f the September- racationist-swar^ob^S is knitted m ribbed pattern with round neck and brief sleeves ana imished with a brown wood monogram fob. The buccaneers hat of brown felt swings back from the face with a 1 ctKlSll tlli» ., rs. Ray Adams, 1715 ; L McCarty^ street, returned last night after being away for two weeks. Mrs. Adams visited in Chicago and Tppeka and was accompanied home by, her sister, Miss Jessie .Woodworth, of Topeka. · ' . . , ' · * * * Mrs.: Frank E.,Shelden, of Kansas City, is ; the'guestof her sister, Mrs.' William'-Hoefer, East Mille r street. ' ' · ' - . · ' - . . * ' * . * " Miss Mary Ritchey and Miss J|;cille -Hollerorth"-left--toy-- train *Rsiurday on a two weeks vacation trip most of which will be spent in the Canadian Rockies. They will stop in Banff and Lake Louise and on,, their return home will spend several days in Chicago. * * * Mrs. Herbert Rawlings, of Amarillo, Tex., left yesterday to visit with her parents in Boonville after a visit in Jefferson City with her sisters, Mrs. L. B. Lake and Miss Marjorie Ewing at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Lake on Green Berry road. Mrs. Rawlings will visit with Dr. and Mrs. Channing Ewing, former residents of Jefferson City, and their family at East Lake, Florida for several weeks before returning to Amarillo. * * * Mrs. Charles Schuttler is in .Washington, D. C. and is a guest at the Dodge Hotel. ' * * * Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Keer, Havana street,' accompanied by Mr. Keer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Keer, of Marceline, Mo. who are their house guests, will leave Wednesday on a week's motor trip into the Missouri and Arkansas i' Ozarks. * * * Catherine Ramsey circle of the First Presbyterian church will meet in the church parlors Wednesday morning at 9:30 o'clock. Mrs. E. W. Justus will be hostess. * * * The August meeting of the jfe^nnette Jackson circle of the V?.jst Baptist church has been postponed until the first Wednesday in September. » * « Mrs. Peyton Stephens, of Ste- ·jphens, Mo. is visiting friends in ;j| Jefferson City. Mrs. Stephens ||\vas formerly Miss Lottie Smith ·|l and hved here at one time. ; tj » * * |; Milton Saville, son of Mr. and liMrs. V. B. Savilte, is now recup- jj crating at St. Mary's hospital and it;can see his friends. ' ] ! * * * j; Miss Eleanor Vieth, Miss Alma Jens, Miss Thelma Jens and Miss | Helen Clarenbach returned last i night from Dunkirk, N. Y. where they have spent the past two ; weeks at an Evangelical church ; training school. Enroute home the party came from Buffalo to · ln-t*»-.! J- i i_ i ., m the "Greater flCTRESS ROTES FREED! Ruth Chatterton Definitely Through With Roles That Bar Vacations When She Wants Them /HOLLYWOOD--Ruth Chatterton no longer is "first-lady of.the screen"--and has no desire "to be Even, as she plays what she considers the best film role she has had--Fran in "Dodsworth"--she has an agent abroad in quest of a certain - "very lovely play" in which she expects to make her return to Broadway. She still is one of the. few cinema ladies who can look poised and gracious and cool after waltzing--literally--through three rehearsals and two takes on a blisteringly warm day. This day she and Gregory Gaye had been waltzing rapidly in an elegantly simple cabaret, peopled otherwise only by two or .three extras as lingering early morning guests. After the scene she sits down, calls for lemon juice and chats awhile. Admires Fritz Lang She likes this practically desert- 1 ed cabaret scene, she says. Give CHEERS OR JEERS? |THREE MEN KILLED IN TRAIN-CAR CRASH 3- men were ki 'led and ' w K f r -°u sly injured when a iWabash freight train struck an .automobile at a crossing here ear- dead are Chester O. Stuck ,. ; Frederick R. May, 24, and Ar- ;villo Bohannon, 28, a Negro all ,of Lafayette. Herbert M Mav -7 brother of Frederick, was injuV- Ten homes are being built on I ;the campus of the West Texas Jj|slatc college here to furnish homes if or married students. They win y wm a director a cabaret set and usually he fills it immediately with dress-suited extras. This is different. The scene had its inspiration in that one in Fritz Lang's "Fury" in which Spencer Tracy sits alone in a restaurant, a scene especially effective because the director had not considered the usual crowd necessary. Miss Chatterton seems pleased to hear that. A Lang admirer, she thinks; his "M" is the greatest film ever made and has seen it four times. : - . As for. Fran, she is trying to do "something different" with that beautiful if unpleasant portrait of a wife. (The Chatterton name used to connote to film fans only the long-suffering,-heroically self- sacrificing woman.) It is only for these "different" parts she now is interested in picture acting. Flics When She Pleases . S h e is definitely through with contracts, which interfere witt one's independence too much independence, for instance, that al lows her to vacation in Spain when she pleases and to get into her air plane and fly as she wills. O course she is grounded during this picture, but afterward--there are the national air races coming the Chatterton air derby in connection--and things to be done about both. She has had so many hours in the air that she can't remembci the number--"not even approximately," she says. * * * If new pictures seem rather familiar, although you can't swear on oath you've seen them before, here may be the answer: Studios are digging into old script files and telling their writers to give them a "new twist"-change the setting from China to New York or vice versa, give the leading man a new character, anything to make it different. The process is economical. It saves buying stories and saves giving credit for "originals" to writers who very often, in the "twisting" process, have created a new story. GEMS AND LOVE LETTERS TIKI FILM STUB Judith Allen Reports Theft of Jewels Valued at $8,000; Movie Players Head for the East HOLLYWOOD, Aug. 3--(UP)-Judith Allen, film actress and Jack Doyle, her prize-fighter husband, today reported a burglar who broke into their home stole jewelry valued at $8,000 and two bundles of Jack's love letters to Judith. Laiti, .a Pekinese pup brought from Rhode Island by the couple two weeks ago, failed to hindei the burglar. Judith seemed more concerned over the loss of the letters than the jewelry. Stars Go East Hollywood took to the air to day with several players riding eastward on TWA airliners. Buddy Rogers shoved off for Chicago and Detroit and will continue to England later to do a picture. Jack Benny, the music man and Johnny Green, his orchestra leader, headed for New York (or a month's work. Mr. and Mrs Fred Astaire had tickets for New York on the first leg of their trip to Europe. Gets Legrat Name Alan Dinehart, writer and screen actor, was baptized "Harold Alan" but today was legally named Mason Alan Dinehart. He applied for the change of name for his writing but will continue as Alan Dinehart on the screen. Mrs. Dinehart, whose stage name was Mozell Britton, explained their 11- weeks-old son could no\v legally become Alan Dinehart III, as the actor-author's father was Mason Alan Dinehart. Two more juveniles wore full- fledged actresses today with court approval of their contracts.' John Gray, 4, got a transfer from Pickford-Lasky Productions to B. P. Schulberg Pitchers, Inc., at a salary reported as $150 to $2,500 per week over a seven year period. Alfred Jochim of Union City N. J., who created quite a stir during opening of the Olympic games at Berlin-because he did not dip the American flag is shown in this radiophotc. in his official capacity as standard- bearer. Whistles from the galleries were interpreted by most observers as - the "Bronx," LAD'S CURIOSITY SAVES PET CANINE CHANUTE, Kans., Aug. 3--(UP) -- A lad's curiosity today was credited with saving "Bill," an aged terrier owned by C. V. Dai- ton. The dog had been missing a month. The boy opened a manhole cover to see what was underneath. Out jumped "Bill," Gaunt and almost starved. The dog will live, a veterinarian said. Political Announcements REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE For Sheriff of Cole County HERBERT H. SCHUBERT For Assessor LOUIS L. WALTHER For Judge County Conrt, 2nd District HENRY L. HEIDBREDER DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE For Prosecuting Attorney CARL y. WYMORE HELD FORM. SHOOTING Killing Follows Argument Over Price of Drink KANSAS CITY, Aug. 3--(AP) --Harry Evans, an investigator for the federal alcohol tax unit, was held today while police investigated the fatal shooting of John Polito, 29, in what Evans said was an argument over the quality and price of whisky Polito served at the bar of his saloon. David Nolan, head of the Kansas City intelligence unit of the bureau of internal revenue, said Evans in a statement to him related Polito threatened him with a bottle in the argument and he fired once at the floor as a warning, then shot Polito twice in the abdomen. Polito died last night, 18 hours after the shooting at 4 a m Both Evans and O. D. Jackson, acting supervisor of the alcohol tax unit, said Evans was not on duty at the time. Jackson said tvans was permitted to carry a gun but his duties did not involve checking saloons. "Children should be seen, not hurt," i s the slogan on a poster used in New York City's automobile safety drive. We have such wonderful low prices on year-'round suits you won't believe it unless you see them. SCHOTT BROS., CLOTHIERS 116 E. High St. IN BALM SUIT LISTLESS HIKE This is a recent photograph of Mrs. Gladys Luckenbach fourth wife of Lewis Luckenbach, of San Francisco, who is being sued for §100,000 on alienation of affections by his third ""'" Mrs. Dorothy Luckcn- wife, bach. SUR WIFE TIES 01 LIFE LIGHT VOTE SEEN Interest Centers Chiefly on Democratic Contests for Governor and U. S. Sena- torship TOPEKA, Kas., Aug. 3-AP) --K-ansas election machinery was set today for slate-wide primaries tomorrow for nominations for one u. b. senator, seven representatives m congress, a governor minor state offices, a new legislature, two judges of the stale supreme court and scores of district and county offices A generally listless campaign closed today with Dr. F E Townsend, author ol Die $200 month old age pension plan, concluding a drive for support for candidates supporting his ph m He was scheduled to speak here in the afternoon. Election officials said that approximately 80U.OOU persons would be eligible to vote. Interest centered chiefly on Democratic contests for governor and United States senator No G. O. l. Contest' Republicans were without contest for governor, W. G. West, McPherson, being the only candidate The possibility o[ a change in I control of the machinery of the (Democratic parly in Kansas stood out today as a feature in the primary. The seeds of change existed in two of the most important contests before Democrats--those for by the plan's author, Dr F E Townsend, who is asking defeat of President Roosevelt. Primary victories for Davis and Potts would put them in a position to demand the right to select the new state chairman and other party officials at a reorganization meeting of the committee late in August. They also could demand the insertion of a Townscnd plank m the slate platform. The appearance of Dr. Townsend in Kansas for speeches in behalf of candidates endorsing his plan intensified interest in that issue. It brought from Omar B. Kelchum, Topeka, one of Pott's opponents, a declaration in a speech at Wellington yesterday that "allegiance divided between discordant and divergent groups is no allegiance to party." The day brought an appeal from Jason M. A. Averill, superintendent of the 'Kansas Anti-Saloon League, that dry voters support legislative candidates who would support measures to drive 3.2 beer from the state. '.J ,# 1 London's artistic quarter 5s called Soho. -- ~ ·*,*. vi4v- i»uoL. iniiJUL ictuL con-Children Bv Fnrmpr Map s . before Democrats--those for vniiuieii By rormer Mar- nominations for United States P I O T t / l l A / S t 4- nl* I A J n A 111 1 KPnnl nr TIV-I^ r*i-tl»m-tt A*. SWIM - PICNIC BOATS REHAGEN'S RESORT WESTPHALIA, MO. Refresh yourself In the pure, cool, spring: fed Maries Rivr.r, Admission 15c Boats 15c pr. hr. riage Watch WPA Work er Kill His Bride of Three Months KANSAS CITY, Aug. 3--(AP) --Sheriff Holt Coffey of Platle £m1 ty said loday Sam Carver, a WPA worker, shot and killed Mrs Mildred Carver, 28, his wife of three months, and then killed himself after a quarrel at their 3-room home north of here early Sunday. . Sheriff Coffey 'said the shooting occurred in the presence of three of Mrs. Carver's children by a former marriage. The home is a half mile north of the Riversidel race track. Mrs. Carver was the drvorced wife of Guy Osborn, once manager of the track. Children See Tragedy The sheriff said Helen Osborn 11, and Freddie Osborn, 9 the 1, oldest children, related Carver cashed his WPA-check Saturday artprnnnn cv^n^*- .-« .-._T , .^ hours in senator and governor. In the governor's race, former Oov. Jonathan M. Davis, of Bronson, has drawn the line between himself and a number of party leaders, including Guy T. Helbering, internal revenue commissioner, Lyn Brodrick, Mary- vilic, national corumilteemnn, and former Gov. Harry H. Woodring, assistant secretary of war. Helvcring is supporting his primary opponent, Walter A. Huxman, of Hutchinson, who was a member oC the state tax commission under the Woodring administration. Davis has asserted that Hclver- ig and associate leaders put Huxman into the race to beat him Favors Townsend Plan In the scnnlc contest, Dempster O. Potts, Wichita attorney, stands with Davis in espousing the Townsend old age pension plan. Both on the same , orm Che "'yvale yesterday occupied several nours in ~" l ' the children said, put the larkville, Mo, returned home P' sL °l against her neck and siiot and began quarreling with his her - Hc then walked a few slops wiie. Later, the children said, the alld shot himself in the left couple went to Kansas City night temple, the children said. clubs and returned home separ- = =^ ately. They began quarreling again, Helen and Freddie said, and suddenly Carver drew a pistol, pointed it at his wife and pulled the trigger but it failed to go off Mrs Carver fled to the family automobile, Carver jerked her out of the' VOTE FOR ROBERT D. JOHNSON A Man Who Remembers Ills Friends),' of Marshall, Mo. 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