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September 21, 1953

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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MONDAY, SEPT. 21, 1953 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THKEB By RICHARD KLEINER NBA Staff Correspondent NEW YORK — (NBA) — Pro lem: How to re-cveate the exa tone of a band that hasn't playe for ten years. That's the job that faced Josep Gershenson, music head at Unive sal-International Studios. The ban in question was Glenn Miller's, an the cause of-the whole thing was movie, "The Glenn Miller Story.' Gershenson says that the tone o the bands -?• such as Tex Beneke — which took over a,fter Miller death weren't exactly like the rea thing. "Something was lacking," says. "Finally, I took home a bate of original Miller records a played them continuously over -DICK'S PICKS— (Vlckl Benet, MGM); "I Wanna Be Evil" (Eartha Kltt,.RCA); "Woman Is Strange" (Twigg Wilson, MGM); "Three O'clock an the Morning" (Monty Kelly, Essex); "Lonely" (Kitty Kallen, Decca); "Happy Happy Heart (Cindy Lord, MGM); "Pussy Pootin' " (Florian ZaBach, Decca); "Why Do You Pretend? (Alan Dean, MGM). POP ALBUM: "Beautiful Music to Love By" is the title of David Rose's new MGM album. Can't guarantee the love, bu<, <t is beautiful music — with vocals and harmonica solos scattered among the lush arrangements of dreamy tunes. CLASSICAL: "It's opera week on RCA-Victor. Two full-length opera albums have been released. One pairs "I Pagliacci" u fi d "Cavalleria Rusticana." with Jussi Bjoerling, Robert Merrill, Zinka Milanov and Victoria de los Angeles featured. The other is "Otelto," with Tos- saninl conducting, and Ramon Viriay, Giuseppe Valdengo and Herva Nelli singing the leads. weekend. I almost'drove my wife crazy, but I discovered that Glenn had a delicate balance between his reed and brass sections that nobody else had duplicated." Gershenson, himself an old-time orchestra leader, says the tone 'in the movie will be just right. The movie band, including some ex- Miller men and others like Louis Armstrong and Gene Krupa, will play 28 Miller classics — "Moon- f light Serenade," "Tuxedo Junction," "In the Mood," "String of Pearls" and all the other freat ones. James Stewart will play Miller, but somebody else will play the trombone. * « * For a joyous evening, play "Twisted Titles," a game I Invented one evening while listening to i Jimmy Boyd. It's simple. Just figure out what song titles should be paired on a record for the fun of reading both names. Example: "I'd Rather Die Young"—"Before It's Too Late. Then there's "Slttih 1 in the Sun"— "I See Tlie Moon." Also " I Believe"—I'm Walking Behind You." And "Let's Walk That-a-Way."— "With These Hands." Or "You, You, You" —'"The Story of Three Loves." It's a good way to while away • a long-playing evening. THE POPULAR SIDE: With "Dragnet" setting the pace, latest trend is songs taken from TV themes. Newest is "Mr. Peepers," with a fine job done by Jack Pleis' orchestra on Decca .... RCA-Victor has re-created many of the top musical comedies, like "Oklahoma!" and "Carousel," with the albums available on all three speeds. • • • ON THE CLASSICS: If you like Shakespeare on records, RCA-Victor's newest release is your dish. The Old Vic Company has recorded "Macbeth" — complete. Alec Guinness and Pamela Brown have the leads, and it is magnificent' listening ILUXORA NEWS By MRS. G. C. DRIVER Old Custom It still Is the custom among sentimental European peasantry to place the bridal finery in a chest, and take it out again only for the purpose of shrouding the wife when she dies. Book Club eMets The Luxora Book Glub held its monthly meeting Tuesday night at :he home of Miss Eva Cooke, with 15 members present. Reviewer for the meeting was Mrs. G. C. Driver, Jr., who gave a resume on Silver Springs, Florida. Party refreshments were served by the hostess at the conclusion of the meeting. Castlios Entertain Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Castlio enter- ained members of their bridge club with a dinner party at their country home Saturday night. Mrs. '.ester Stevens and Russell Bowen 'ere prize winners in the games ollowing. College Students Depart College students departing this «eek included John Thweatt, Dixie Howard, and Wade McHenry to Southwestern, Memphis, Ann Ashey Eozelle, accompanied by her nether, Mrs. A. B. Rozelle, and irandmother, Mrs. S. B. Rozelle, to 1 r e n a u Academy, Gainesville, Georgia, and Edward Stanford to he University of Mississippi. Personals Miss Emma Lee Kennamer, ac- ompanied by Misses Gretchen arnes and Billie Gibbons, were in onway over the weekend, attend- ng the golden wedding anniver- ary of Miss Kennamer's parents, ilr. and Mrs. Z. T. Kennamer. An pen house was held Sunday after- ooo. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Lunsford rrived this week from their home .Rockford, 111., to visit with her arents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Walker. Mrs. Charles Johnson left Monay with her father for California, return next week. Mrs. J. I. Mifflin spent last eek end in Memphis visiting Mr. nd Mrs. R. T. Albaugh and Mrs. aude Brown. Miss Charlene Walker recently iparted for Northeast Mississippi ospital at Boonevllle, Miss., here she has entered nurse train- g. Miss Bess Eleanor Thweatt of Chattanooga, Tenn., was the weekend visitor of her aunt, Mrs. Walter Dcnton, and Mr. Denton. T-Sgt. and Mrs. Wellington Kessler and sons from Lakeland. Fla. are here on a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lucas. Sgt. Kessler has recently returned from Saudi, Arabia. 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