The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on August 24, 1936 · Page 14
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 14

Bakersfield, California
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Monday, August 24, 1936
Page 14
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THG DAY'S NGWS IN PICTURES jTOUNQ SCREEN COLONISTS ATTEND BIRTHDAY PARTY—A pleasant time was had by all when young members of the Hollywood screen colony greeted Peggy Katmer, daughter of Bert Kalmcr, songwriter, on the occasion of her eighth birthday, with a party at her parents' home, Enclno, Cal. Left to light: _ Harry Brown, Wesley Ruggles, Jr., Peggy Kalmcr, Kathryn Brown and Dion Fay. Mary and Kathryn are daughters of Joo E. Brown, screen comedian. Fashions of the Fashionable IT'S ONLY A SHAM—Two forces of sailors from the Great Lakes naval training station stage a sham battle on Chicago's lake front. .JAPANESE WARSHIPS IN GOODWILL TOUR—Two Japanese cruisers, the Iwate (foreground) and Yakuma, making a goodwill tour of American seaports, are shown at Baltimore. m^^^^^^^^^^ s SSH^^Pw^itSfflSSSSiSJ^S|; s! VB ' -- -..wMu . U {» ti'U^Mt I Wik* — • :-iiti "OLD J-.ADY" HAS TRANSFORMATION—"The Old Lady of Threadneedlc Street"—the Bank of England—soon will show her rejuvenated face to London. SHE'S "TOPS"— Miss Monica Bannister, has been selected as the "outstanding professional beauty" of filmdom by Seymour Felix, dance director, and Peg Murray, illustrator. Monica, together with 16 other beauties, will appear in a New York show. NORMA MILLEN AND NEW HUSBAND—Norma Brighton Mlllen, widow of the Needham, Mass., bank bandit who was electrocuted for slaying a patrolman in a robbery, is pictured with her new husband, Harold H. Clement, Boston musician. % The couple were married at Armonk, N. Y. LACE AND WOOL—Glerida Far. "rell of the Alms models an en-, semble of rich brown wool. The. dress shows a wider set in. band of lace, which outlines' the pointed shoulder yoke. Its • companion coat is seven-eighths length with a single button fastening at the neckline and three- quarter sleeves on the coat. Tho sleeve is of brown sealskin. ON TOP OF THE WORLD—Grace Moore, opera and screen singer, is on top of the world, literally and figuratively, here, as she surveys the panorama beneath her on a mountain at St. Morltz, Switzerland. AN EYE FOR AN EYE—This is quite an unusual occupation and as far as is known, the worker, Miss Molly Taylor, of London, England, and her mother, are the only two women engaged in the occupation. Miss Taylor's work is to make artificial eyes. Guns, Men and Ruins —All Playing Part in Civil War in Spain DOUG. JR.. * DISPORTS ON BEACH—Douglas Fairbanks. Jr., without his usual mustache, gets ready for a dive in the waters at Roehatnpton. England, but it'll be quite a splash, for Doug in carry- Ing an added weight, with Actress Henri- Ray. on his shoulders, f^in. England,, Instead of bells tolling there Is heard the staccato of rifle reports and the boom of cannon In this church at SlguenMt, Spnln. High in the bell loft, these Loyalist volunteers are seen firing on Fascist rebel TII...I , ' ,h *trojeuby In Guadarrama, Spain, was used an a dormitory for loyal volunteers until It was de- bomb dropped uj • rebel plane. Dressers, beds and matUesset are » hodge-nodfe of ruir . _ ' •' " • — f-— • • - Loyal militiamen of the Popular Front government, some of them mere boys, rally to the <lcfenHe of Saa Sebastian, northern tte*porL of Spain. Observe the odd assortment el Central Press Association, iilV

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