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ORLANDO MORNING SENTINEL, ORLANDO, FLORIDA MONDAY, JULY 28, 1930 PAGE THKEt BERTHA ANDERSON. Society Editor MONDAY, July 28 Business and Professional Woman' 7:30 p.m. Junior Chamber of Commerce, Angcbilt hotel, 12:15 p. ru. Orlando Chapter No. 131 O. E. S., Masonic Temple, 7:30 p. m. Central Florida RabbitAssociation, Chamber of Commerce building, 8 p. m. Young Women's Group of Church Service League, with Mrs. G. P. Garrett, 221 Phillips Place, 3 p. m. Frances Burson Honoree At Party Little Frances Burson was honoree at a delightful birthday party Friday afternoon at the home of her grandmother, Mrs. W. S. Thrasher, 35 East Concord avenue. It was her fourth anniversary. Guests were: Kosa Ann Gray, Virginia Lesee. Katharine Schaf- fer, Mary Nell Windhor, Jimmy Losee, John Earl Moresco Doris Moore, and Sarah Kate Cheatham Games were played during the afternoon and at their conciusion the guests were invited into the dining room, which was-decorated for the occasion in pink and white. The cream and cake course also emphasized this motiff. Mr. and Mrs. Alford Announce Birth of Son Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Alford, 512 North Shine street, are the proud parents of a son, born Friday night. July 25, at the Orange Gen eral hospital. Daughter Born To Mr. and Mrs. Miles Mr. and Mrs. Vernon C. Miles of Winter Garden, announce the birth of a daughter on Friday, July 18. The baby has been named Helen Antoinette. A Picture of the WATCH I can't fix G. W. LAWTON 124 SOUTH ORANGE Expert Watchmaker EVERY THURSDAY - SATURDAY CASINO DANCE GOOD ORCHESTRA Cheney Hlrh-ay at Lake Barton Phone 5845 5511 FLORIDA J'LBLIX THEATRE DAYTONA BEACH Today's Program "WAY OUT WEST" ADDED ATTRACTIONS Today and Tomorrow ATALT.1NU PICTUhLOf THE GREAT, PLAY, (ONE YEAR on BROADWAY; TEN YEARS in the Country. Leading .Playhouses i'-' And Now.. An AU Talker ... With AU the , Power ...AU the Suspense . . AU the Heart-ThroLs ...AU the Dramatic Smash Which Set the Nation Talking. Mora Pnwerfnl In Appeal Than "The Singing Fool" ADDED "Sixteen Sweeties" Fol Movietone Neira Frcai 11 A. M. Mate 10c and 40c Nitea Ite. ana 50c Eta? Child Sentinel Office Phon. (273 Club, Girls' Recreation Center, Personals Mrs. S. Kendrick Guernsey and daughter Helen, and Miss Harriet Robinson will spend several days this week at Daytona Beach. They will be iuineH the latter nrt. nf j the week by Mr. Guernsey. C. J. Cavanaugh and daughter, Miss Helen Cavanaugh of 1027 Edgewater drive, have gone to Chicago, where the latter will spend the remainder of the summer. Mr. Cavanaugh will return after a short time. Mrs. James M. Hoskins, of East Harvard avenue, returned to Orlando Saturday from a visit with her parents, in Bridgewater, S. D., and with Mr. Hoskins' parents, in Sioux City, Iowa. Mr.' and Mrs. H. J. Brazelton leave today for Green Cove Springs where they will spend two weeks vacation. Mr. Brazelton is pastor of the Central Christian church here. WDBO A.M. 7:30 Breakfast Melodies. 11:00 Housekeepers chat. 11:30 News flashes. 12:00 Morris Plan time. P.M. 12:01 St. Johns River Line program. 12:15 Cox's Dairy program. 12:30 Weather forecast. 12:31 Musical program. 12:45 Tom Boy program. "1:00 Palm Springs time. 1:0150-50 program. 1:15 Polar Water program. 2.00 Western Uniori time. 6:00 News flashes. 6:15 Correct time. 6:16 Musical program. 6:30 Orlando Gear & Parts Automotive program. 7:00 Al Huppel time. 7:01 Normandeau diamond ball news. 7:02 Firestone baseball scores. 7:05 "Plymouth." 7:07 Musical program. 8:00 Soap, Suds and Bubbles. 9:00 Organ recital by Mary Gilmore. 10:00 Dance music. 10:30 Goodnight NEAL GEORGIANS Due to a misunderstanding Neal Georgians did not broadcast over WDBO last Monday evening, however, they will be on the air tonight playing from 10 to 10:30. It is this organization that will be used at the community dance Tuesday evening at the Orange Court. From 11 A. M. Today & Tomorrow U 4 The eyes have "It!" L CLARA J BOW love Among Millionaire n QaxanaatQietint n4 tha eele. ha. foar groat aonga. Yon act new thrill froi tha new Bow and her new bean! with ' Stanley Smith "Steele" Gallagher Mild Green Stoart Irwin ADDED . The Barber'e Daughter" "La Paloma" Paramonnt Soand New COMING The Mighty Drama of "Our Crowded Prisons" "THE BIG HOUSE" At tha Baby Grand Tonight "WITH BYRD AT THE SOUTH POLE" I Ms la 37 Home Pbona (ill SENTINEL PATTERN bQ97 A COOL AND DAINTY FROCK FOR MOTHER'S GIRL 6897. Printed voile in a pretty pattern of orange and blue is pictured here. Dimity or dotted swiss, pongee or handkerchief linen is also suggested. Blue or orchid crepe, or this material in other pastel shades, would be nice. The Dress is made with deep yoke portions, that are lengthened on the shoulders to form short sleeves extensions. Below the yoke sections, the Dress falls in plaits which form panels over the centre of front and back. A narrow belt holds the Dress at the waistline. The tie ends at the neck may be in self or contrasting material. This pleasing style is cut in 4 Sizes: 6, 8, 10 and 12 years. To make the Dress for a 10 year sire will require 1 7-8 yard of 35 inch material. To finish neck and sleeve edges with bias binding will require 1 1-2 yard 1 1-2 inch wide. Pattern mailed to any address on receipt of 15c in silver or stamps. Send 15c in silver or stamps for our UP-TO-DATE SPRING AND SUMMER 1930 BOOK OF FASHIONS. Address Pattern department, Orlando Morning Sentinel, 11-13 Sterling Place. Brooklyn, N. Y. First Airline For Region SAIGON, French Cochin-China (JP) France's veteran flier Maurice Nogues who received his pilot's license in 1910 and has been flying ever since is to inaugurate in the spring Saigon's first commercial airline. Its terminus will be Damascus, Palestine. Loudspeakers to Guide Pilots BERLIN (JP) Giant loudspeakers carrying 12 and a half miles will be included in equipment of all German superplanes to enable pilots to communicate with their home airport from a distance or from an altitude of 12,000 feet. LAST TIMES TODAY WINNIE LIGHTNER IN Positively the funniest comedy ever made. The laughing successor to "Gold Diggers of Broadway" IN WITH JOE E. BROWN Singing, clowning laughing their way through with sparkling dialogue brilliant humor. All Techmcolor- Mat 10c and 25c Nite 10c and 35c EI ALTO kj. --. 1 m m Brunettes Defeat Blonds In Ballot DENVER. July 27 (INS) If gentlemen prefer blondes, Denver men are apparently at variance with the rest of the world. In n local questionary answered by 847 representative of the business, industrial and professorial world, the halo of the golden locks went down to defeat without even a feeble struggle. The brunettes received 95 per cent of the choices. In the matter of colors, the men named white an almost 100 per cent choice, with black run-ing a poor second. At the same time the 847 expressed a unanimous dislike for sleeveless frocks for street wear. The fascination of a shapely limb, while still probably an important item in the local male's choice of a companion, la not the most important. Answering the question, "which point are you most likely to remember concerning a woman's appearance?" Ninety-eight per cent declared it wag the face and poise to which they were first attracted. EVENING GOWNS FEATURE LENGTH AND SUMNESS French Fashion Makes Decree For Fall Aitire By ALICE LANCELIER (International Newa Service Staff Correspondent) PARIS, July 27 Longer and slimmer than ever seem to be the French fashion-maker 'a decree for fall evening fashions. The figure is to be perfectly fitted and the feminine lorm encased in smoothest lines to the knees. Below this point, the slight fulness will fall out, but there will be no excess, the entire line remaining very lithe and slim. To produce this, some of the dressmakers are using only lengthwise sections, none of them ever crossing the figure. For daytime wear, only slightly longer skirts are indicated; for afternoon street wear, a span of the instep line is admitted, for dancing and informal dinner skirts will stop two or three inches above the floor; but full length even all around are demanded for formal evening wear. Becoming bolero and cape effects will remain throughout fall and winter, adding warmth ag well as chic to the silhouette. Particularly important, it Is whispered about, will be exquisite white evening gowns for evening wear, as well as some in a rare new violet tinged with ruby, rather than blue. Embroidery is being worked on certain rich evening fabrics to enhance the new long line. Black and rich dark blue make the color scheme of a new evening ensemble from Augustabernard. The coat comes in dark blue pile velvet, banded at the hips with black fox fur. The collar is a shawl one gathered at the neckline. The dress comes in black crepe with unusual diagonal decollete and the skirt falling in circular folds. Clermont CLERMONT, July 27 News has just reached Clermont of the mar riage of Mrs. Stella Watson and Walter bibert of Corydon, Indiana, The marriage took place in Green ville, Tenn.j july 5. They will be at homo after October 1. Mrs. Bayard Kennedy was hostess to the Needle Club Wednesday, Mrs. Holmes Bryson and Mrs. B, G. Porter entertained Friday with a miscellaneous shower honoring Miss Helen Bryson, who is to be married the first of August. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Pemberton and daughter. Miss Francis, have returned from Atlanta. Miss Jack Fields, who hag held a position in Orlando for several years, hs returned and is now con nected with the Tnmbey company. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Tabor left Thursday for Salem, Virginia, to visit the latter'g sister, Mrs. R. V. Preston. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Moriarity have returned from a business trip to Georgia. Mr. and Mrs. James Armstrong, jr., accompanied by Misses Mary Bishop, Mary Lee French, May Marrs and Roena Tindell spent Wednesday in Daytona. Miss Mar Snodgrass entertained the Round Dozen bridge club Thursday, at her beautiful home in South Clermont. At the conclusion of the games, delicious refreshments were served and scores were counted. Mrs. D. C. Laws, jr., held high score. Miss May Marrs second, and Miss Florence Holton consolation for the club, and Mrs. Robert Ramsey high for guests. Don Smith and Miss Dorothy Reichelderfer of Okahumpka were married in Lecsburg Monday. They are at home at present with the former's sister, Mrs. Capes, in Clermont Heights. R. V. Miller landed a 113 pound tarpon last week while fishing in Sarasota Bay. Chas. Short is erecting a five room tenant house near his residence, on Lake Minnehaha drive. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Baxter left Tuesday for Washington, New York and parts of Canada, before going to their former borne in Indiana. Passengers on French rai'roads frequently pay for their telegrams with postage stamps. SCREEN ACTRESS COMPARISON CHARACTER Powell Locks Like A Beginner Besides Cyril Maude Br FREDERIC A. CHASK (Internation-. New. Servic Staff Ct.rrwtpom.rnt) HOLLYWOOD, July 27 Before they showed "Grumpy," with Cyril Maude, at the little theatre on the Paramount lot where every Wednesday night the critics are allowed to peep at pictures before tljey are released to the public, they put on "For the Defense" with William Powell. Now Powell is certainly a fine actor, and one of the best in films, but he looked like a beginner compared to Maude. Of course, he is, actually, a beginner when one considers the many years Maude has been perfecting his excellent technique, but when such a player as Powell looks small in comparison with another actor, that's news, at least in the movie world. Both stories are character studies. In neither of them is plot predominating, if you analyze them. Powell takes the part of a criminal lawyer, beloved of the lower classes of the underworld because he takes their part and saves many of them from a neck stretching, and for the same reason hated by the district attorney. Everything is subordinated to show the cleverness and complete mastery of the situation by Powell, the lawyer. Characterization, with a flimsy' but not objectionable plot. Powell is good, admirable. Then the petulant, lovable extremely interesting Grumpy came on the screen. You never saw such a fine comedy as this in everyday movies. It takes a Maude to do it. Again, pure characterization, built around a ruther melodramatic story. And, thinking back, one is sorry for Powell. His part was different, of course, and didn't require much idiosyncrasy, but here is no such fine histrionic art, no such subtlety, as Maude's. Powell, one of the film art's most accomplished offspring, couldn't touch the stage g Maude. C. Graham Baker of First Na 7 cVk 131 PRICES art! row on many good tire, bat ghere is only one "best". The Firestone Company, Firestone Dealers and Service Stores join in reducing distribution costs. It was not enough for Firestone to originate and apply economies in tire building. Firestone now originates and farther applies economies to distrl- button v.-hich reduce our cost and enable us to increase oaw 1 LDriELD 4.50-21.... $6.35 4.75.i9..:.! 7.55 5.25.21.t 9.75 rociuEn 30x31. Stand.. $4.20 4.40.21...l 4.79 4.50-21 5.35 Other Stae. Pmporthmaterr Law Firestone Service Stores, Inc. 578 North Orange GAS TIRES . TUBES . BATTERIES . 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Another of Baker's extemporiz-ings has it that the next year or two in film production will aeo more remarkable developments than the past twenty. Many of the journalists stationed on this western theatrical front are experimenting with the Idea that the influx to Hollywood of so many successful writers and playwrights is bound to furnish a great new era in scenario writing, which will trample underfoot all the box office and artistic standards set by the old scenarists. In other words, the next great development in pictures will be the creation of finer stories a thing which would be noticed immediately by the film public, if we are to believe the optimists who ceaselessly chant praises of what must be a marvclously patient public taste. Dr. Jos. Corwin Howell Ambnlant proclologlet. annonnroo thai ha la In Philadelphia attending tha National Convention of tha Aeeoeiatlon of Ambulant Proctologieta. Ho oxpecte to return about Auguet Brat. 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