The Bristol Herald Courier from Bristol, Tennessee on August 1, 1951 · 10
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The Bristol Herald Courier from Bristol, Tennessee · 10

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f 10 EBIST01 HERAtO COURIER Vftiimitf lagwd 1 195f "Mr Thing" World Premiere ' Now York Slock Exchange By WtnH htw YOHK Juty 11 iAPI— FrftL taking that at lintaa ra h4 faltly hy (CoUau4 from Jl jCaddell Burroughs and Muhiel ppi no mu h 4 un ii mw fmce more i it s before you Chaw another ton of the uthorflkVj!“rJ‘"t"ruin Miow up I Contributing enormously to the ! n4 im mi pluy'a aurcets with the quiet per u" Kameff Scar Hti ferlion of their portravaii of ml : tWy a Mr ThlneJnor roles are IVuothy Uvern (the- Te- e five a truly distinguished per- houekeeer Alma lomnea a Mka j i iki4u I arm anee The deptlia of love andpaflormaid' Fram-ii Weaver tthe '" at ii iu in iiduini tvm- - and Donald Stewart ' " 'M‘ “ ' “ JOTOSItyl V nluiii ram to They'll Do It Every Timo By Jimmy Hatlo '1: ofroonee he height of benevolent nun’hlefjhuffeui are inherent in hw every genluie (the ber The graceful jocosity T vium r m to I swoon hae ou laugh at him with a -trh In of the bear tn f-ct la one of lira pur throat and a lift in your'play’a most delightful feature Up rmpi4 n imi uu ir nrt irtetty Carrington I'orterfield and '' t aua 4vn 4 au Rosemary Murphy I entirely (Rachel Ctaig forterfield the au redible in every phase of lur'dience show a attain of the blood fortrayal of Mra Larue Her ton-land sinew which conceived and ol en u rol and her timing are nugnifi brought to being the Barter 1Mpad ua n 4 tegular sn4 as tent If any part of her character- jTheatre ttion need more u oik it U that! of the typical board chairman— Ann Bucklai Bawltehea aot the more difficult portion of A you know Ann Buckle her role iplava the part of Aspcn’g witch Jim Davie pUjing Howy in mot her who renouncea her child hla first big Barter part doe a that she may have a human life good Job True he suffer bv com- and huinon love Ann Butkle la a parison with Charlotte Nolan a voung woman of grace ability ny human being must suffer b) tind iharm and her look aie eomparfson with a bit of quUk- above the average — the Ann iilver But he lend to the pliv Rut kit who I familiar to Barter Just the tnuih of solid reality ’audience that la The Ann which make it absolutely con- Buckle who appear in "Mr timing jThlng" la the personification of ii trie stage-setter also set the beauty nothing less She la all the mood of the plav Tatricia O'Con enchantment which enwrap a r HI as Mis Birdsalt piinnpai f the orphanage carries on magnificently whete the leave off child and revisit adulu in brief flashes of exaltation She la all the love which know how to give On Monday night Mis O'Connell instead of grasping Ann Buckle had a painfully sprained ankle— lha the ability to go far in the In affliction which might havetheatie but hc will never give a proved a detriment to many act-lmore touching performance than retses But not to Ml O'Connell! I she give In "Mr Thing" She taped it grabbed a cane andj Naturaliv Bristolian are won-made her lameness so much a part drring about the Broadway of her characterization that it I 'chance of "their" Chase play I difficult to conceive Miss Btrdsall heard all sorts of speculation without that limp! (Monday night— I cannot make Elinor Wright cast a Misa'any myself for I have never been Lute the assistant piinripal of to Broadway the orphanage gives a deft lift to A it stand's "Mr Thing" needs each scene m which she appears’snme reworking notably In the One of the high spots of the (second act where the audience performance U the scene plsved feels a let-down Terhap that re by Beatrice Locilento and Regina taxation is inevitable— perhap a Gleason a two scrubwomen aid-(little of it is good Mr Ch will ed and abetted by Jane Gardner be able now to perfect her play a the director of the Soapsy Suds after a production which I Am an rmv mf Am Cr It f “W M Inlvr H Am C van i Mi Km A H Am Tmaui T 1 Mnfl Am lomn IN Miami Co ft Am M A fdv IN Mq Coni rH 20 Middia II l A Mo Kan Ten 7 Mo Kn Ten pf 12 Nv Mfnn C hm i03f U' Monig Ward 34 i Motorola 7 hath Kaitf IS? hat Auto t Am Pw Alt Am Rad At t Am ftaf ft 44 Am Amrlt Am Anuff Am Atl Fd Am Htigar Am Trl A Tfl Agency Mis Locilento scores once more with her inimiUbly-pitched voice and Mis Gleason gives a portrayal of lumpish weariness that would be hard to equal Miss Gardner shows herself to be an able comedienne Another superb piece of fun is the ferocious clowning of the three gangsters Al Hedison SCOTT'S LAWN PRODUCTS t GARDEN SUPPLIES - PRATT ft LAMBERT PAINTS & VARNISHES STIRLING HDW-CO- J7 Slate Phene till frankly in the nature of a shakedown cruise To me the climax of the play is not the mother’s farewell of her daughter but Mr Thing's heartbroken repudiation of the grandchild w’ho has aligned herself with mortals in opposition to her fairy forebears For the mother U Beauty and Beauty never quite leaves us But Mr Thing Is the personification of all the wonder and the magic of childhood the magic which leaves us 'when we are grown never returning untij someone like ” Mr Chase recreates it with a play like "Mr Thing” Tennessee Legion Convenes Sunday r SAVE 25 to 35’ DIAMONDS v WATCHES JEWELRY AT UNCLE SAM'S 10AH OFFICE MEMPHIS July 31 (iP— The annual three-day convention of Tennesee’s American Legion opens here Sunday with some 3000 legionnaires to attend ‘ Army Secretary Frank Pace Jr will address the opening business session Monday Gov Gordon Browning also is in on the program — - The legion’s whoopee organization the 40 et 8 will hold its sessions in conjunction with the mam convention n uni lys UJarrenllllllarti Coffttf HN fig Kt PHOTOGRAPHER 2719 9 TILL 12 NOON TALL 18-OUNCE Tumblers WITH GAY CHERRY AND APPLE DECORATIONS TO SET OFF A COLORFUL SUMMER TABLE () for i" QUANTITY LIMITED GIFTS FIRST FLOOR 0 L ff Tl” Am Tnbr Am Tob pf Am V larou Am Mai VUi Am Wooifft Am H nol pf Am 7irr Anarofi Cop Armro HU Armtt Crk Aud Dry Gd Aoc Ing Atfhlwn All C oal L Ail RpEhi At!at Cp Avco ME Hit A Chio Hail A Oh pf Kunit M Hyndiv Aviat Hfih 5U Hih Ail pf P'g An PlftW hnt Hit iEWl Boeing Airp Bohn Alum Borden Co Borg Warn Branlff Airw Briggs Mfg Brutol My Buev Frm Budd Co Burl Mills Burr Add M Butler Brn Callahan Z (alum A Heg Canad Pac Cannon M Cag J ! 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CORN- 23 trpt I 70 IVc 1 1' 71 1 March I 4A''Mav 166 714 OATS— 68 ept 77't 17 1 Pec flh’f JPe March M E4 4 Mav 834 ai'J BYE lOld Stylet— 1 704 34 41 Dec 1 72 48 y I RYE (New Style!— 27 Pt 1 70’4 Dec Mav SOYBEANS— SepL Nov a Jan 1 724 I 75 i 154“ 2f9 Emer El M End John Erie R R 1 Everaharp Falrb Mor Firestone j Fiintkote Freeport Sul I Freuh Trg Gair (Fob) Gavlord Cont Gen Pak Gen Flee Gen Foodt Gen Mills Gen Motor Gen Mot 6 pf Gen Refract Gillette Gimbel Brot Ghdden Goodrich Good vear Gt Nor Rv pf Gt West Sug Grevhound I 49’ 1 W' 1 M'a 1 64 77 79’ 67' 82' JM 1 70' 1 tn 1 7' 1 72l 2 S2 2 67'' 2 70'j I 79' I 61' 1 169’ 77' am 87' S3 I 1 64 1 70 ' 1 1 70' 172' 2 62' 2 7'a Although his main Job will be to raise fpfd for and look after the Hereford cow-and-calf herd he plans to devote considerable time to the development of his registered flock of Hcmpshire sheep He started in the production of purebred Hampshire sheep two years ago with the purchase of some 20 cows from the Warren and Windel Newbcry flock from Bland county He is a member of the Virginia Purebred Sheep Breeders Association "Now that I ran personally take charge of -my flock I hope to increase it to 45 ewes and place at its head one of the best stud rams in the state" Sumner said “I plan to sell my yearling rams through the annual ram sales held 'over the state and if I am to meet competition that now exists among the Hampshire breeders I will have mft hijnds full” The interest in shqep and training received by Sumner places him in line to become a breeder of which Smyth county will be proud One-fourth to one-third of the population of the worM is not covered by official census records 16S Trana W Air 274Trt Cont Co 18’Twent C Fox 12" Undrwood SO' Un Bax A P lloiUn Carbidr 29''Un Oil Cal 97'a'Un Pac — 27MUnit Air L MiUnft Alrc 30' Unit Bum: UiUnlt Carbon S3' United Corp 3 Unit Fruit S9 Un Gaa Imp 47' Un Param Th -12l US it For Sac 35 U S Gvpautn 2P U S Ind Chm 17H U S 1— 'her 43VU 8 Leah pf sow'u S Pipe St r 90iU S Kubber 52 U 8 Rub pf 13H U 8 Smelt UiU 8 Smelt pf You Can Buy Th Beat FOR LESS AT PETE MOORE'S (Anything in Electrical Appliance) EASY TERMS 1106 W Slat HOW AVAILABLE 8x10 GLOSSY PRINT a f any picture that has appeared la this newspaper Call or Writ BRISTOL NEWSPAPER! 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