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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1935
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By HARRISON CARROLL
King Features Syndicate, Inc.
HOLLYWOOD Unabashed by the
recent ness if Sylvia Sidney's matri
monial break with lii-nnett Cerf, the
gossips are al
a revival of her
romance with the
1; ray -haired o U t
dynamic B. P
s c h u 1 b e r b
have happened in
the movie town,
.,ut Sylvia, 'if the
emotional eyes, is
cone en tratinu
upon her former
In her appear
ances around Hollywood. She was at
the Trocadero recently with Norman
Krasna, for instance, while SchulberR
was there alone.
Upon at least a few occasions
recently, when the actress was re
ported as the film executive's com
panion, the pirl actually was Tainara.
who Is about the same type. She
was In the "Roberta" cast on Broad
way, wasn't she?
i, ' aw.ihI
In the excitement of her Inter
rupted trip to New York (she was
called back for added scenes In "Sky
Parade") Katherlne I"e Mille forfrot
to mention another Important fact
that has just come out about her
childhood. Her name Is really not
Katherlne at all, hut Katherina. The
evidence is a copy of her birth cer
tificate, which she sent for In order
to taKe out additional insurance, yji
course, you know that the actress i
was adopted by the C. B. De Milles
when she waa nine, and that her ,
real parents were Mr. and Mrs
Kdward Gabriel Lester, of Vancouver, ,
The man from the business otllce
just couidn't stand it any longer.
"Well, in that case." he snapped,
"you'll have to wait until I shoot
Madeleine Carroll, whose real name,
incidentally. Is O'Carroll. has rented
Mrs. Clark Gable's house in Beverly
Hills and will be with us for quite
a spell. Seeing her atrain renews
the conviction ;..at she is one of the
most beautiful blondes ever to come
to Hollywood. She'll make a couple
of pictures for Walter Want'er before
her return to Knuland.
The newest n thod of elbrklnir
laughs at previews ,s to record them
on si ,d-tra while thp picture is
being shown. By running the film
asaln at the s. dio, along with the
c tra sound-tr.ck, producer then
has a definite check of what gas
went over the best. Secretly, this
system has been used at three recent
previews. It is done verv nimnlv
They install a mike on the darkened
stage and run the connection to a
sound-truck In the alley.
What major studio had to call off
a preview the other night when it
was suddenly discovered that the
company hadn't closed the deal for
the story of the picture?
We Just heard the story about an
eminent foreign director who was
recently brought over to work at a
certain Hollywood studio. The new
comer is a swell puy, they say, but
must have believed all those legends
about the luxury of Studio ofllces.
Anyway, ho was giving directions
about the furnishing of his, and was
telling an amazed minion of the
studio manager that he must have
this and that.
"And, oh yes," ho concluded, "I'd
like to have a fur rug on the floor."
Marlene Dietrich's new escort
around the late spots Is Willis Gold
beck, the writer. . . . Humor Is that
Gloria Baker, Howard Hughes' new
Interest, is taking a screen test at
Columbia. . . . Alma Lloyd's horse.
Flashing Colors, a Christmas pres
ent from her dad. Frank Llnvd. the
director, has fin
ished In 'ho
money In four
out of six races.
Which Is better,
I believe, than
any other Hollywood-
horse has done.
. . . Janet Gaynor
gave the stay-ip-laters
by going out two
.lights In a row
Taylor. . . . It
seems too bad
about the major studio dance director
who Is hiring college boys for big
numbers, thus taking work away
from Hollywood's regular hoofers....
Bernie Toplitsky was dining Marjorie
King at the Cafe Lamaze the other
night. . . . And James lilakely's
socialite mother, Mrs. Grace Hyde,
was determined to fly at least part
of the way to Hollywood, so she got
oft the train at Albuquerque and
finished the journey by air.
DID YOU KNOW
That Greta Garbo, although famed
as the world's champion camera
dodger outside the studio, has posed
for 3,000 portraits?
NORTH CAROLINA. HAYWOOD
Having' qualified as administratrix
of the estate of 11. G. West, deceased,
late of the County of Haywood, N. C-,
this is to notify all persons having
claims against the estate of said de
ccased to exhibit them to the under
signed on or before the 3rd day of
March, 1937, or this notice will be
pleaded an bar of their recovery. All
persons indebted to said estate will
please make immediate payment.
Thig the 2nd day of March, 1936.
JEAN M. WEST,
Administratrix of II. G. West.
Ill) Mar. 5-12-lD-lid-Apr. 2-9.
NORTH CAROLINA, HAYWOOD
This-is to notify all persons that i
have claims against West Coal Com
pany, a partnership, consisting of H.
G, West, John W. West, and Jean M.
Wesit, to exhibit the same to the John
W. West and Jean iM, West, within
twelve months from this date, the
surviving, partners of said partner
ship, the said H. G. West having died.
This the 2nd day of March, 1936.
JOHN W. WEST,
JEAN M. WEST.
No. 450 Mar. 5-12-19-2G.
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Lincoln Grew Beard
At Suggestion Of
An 11-Year Old Girl
Letter Is On Display At Wash
ington. Lincoln Started
Falling Flagpole Kills Two Men
An eleven year old girl promoted
Abraham Lincoln's beard in the midst
of the 1800 presidential campaign and
proof of her succe.-s along this ultra
modern line of endeavor may be seen
by any visitor to Washington. The
little girl was Grace Bedell, whose
home wafi Westfield, N. J..
The episode was brought to the at
tention of the writers who are prepar
ing articles on the Capital for the
American Guide, the Government's
forthcoming travel handbook.
In 1800 Mr. Lincoln was clean
shaven and more than a triffle gaunt.
None of his masculine supporters
guessed that his rather amaciated ap.
pearance would have any effect on
the voters all male in those days
but the ladies had a better under
standing of popular psychology. Prob
ably after having heard a good deal
of talk on the subject at the sewing
circles and elsewhere in her village.
Miss Bedell wrote Mr. Lincoln on Oc
tober 15, 1800, the following letter:
"Dear Sir: My father has just
come home from the fair and brought
home your picture and Mr. Hamlin's.
1 am a little girl only eleven years old,
but want you should be President of
the United States very much so I hope
you won't think me very bold to write
to such a great man as you are. Have
you any little girls about as large as
I am. If so (five her my love and
tell her to write to me if you cannot
answer thifi letter. I have got four
brothers and part of them will vote
for you anyway and if you will let
your whiskers grow I will try and get
the rest of them to vote for you. You
would .look a great leal better for your
face is so thin, All the ladies like
whiskers and they would tease their
husbands to vote for you and then
you would be President. My father
is going to vote for you and if I was
a man I would vote for you too but
I will try and get everyone to vote for
you that I can. I think that rail
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Two men were killed and three other pedestrians injured, one of
them critically, when a 100-foot steel flagpole weighing more than
a ton toppled 13 floors from the roof of a Peoria, 111., building into
a crowd on the sidewalk in the heart of the city's business section.!
Above photo shows the body of Matthew Burrows, 52, one of thow
killed, lying beside a piece of the shattered flagpole.,'
fence around your picture makes it
look very pretty. I have got a little
baby sister, she is nine weeks old and
is just as cunning as can be. When
you answer, address your letter direct
to Grace Bedell, Westfield, Chautauqua
County, New York.
"I must not write anymore, an
swer this letter right off. Goodby,
Mr. Lincoln saw the point and start
ed in immediately to raise a crop of
whiskers, though he felt ashamed of
himself for doing it, as is indicated in
the reply which he sent his youthful
girl advisor on October 19:
"My dear little Miss: Your very
agreeable letter of the 15th is re
ceived. "I regret the necessity of saying I
have no daughters, I have three sons
one seventeen, one nine, and one seven
years of age. They, with their moth
er, constitute my whole family,
"As to the whiskers, having never
worn any, do you not think people
would call it a piece of silly affecta
tion if I were to begin now? Your
very sincere well wisher, A. Lincoln."
These letters are now on display in
a little cabinet at the Lincoln Museum.
SeverRl types of pottery, both Btl
glaze and cerglaze, are called (V '
hagen ware. They have been pr(..j
In Copenhagen since lTilo 'wtl- '
Frenchman, Louis Fourier, tna,jj",
paste chlnaware In the Kr.-n. ,,
Hard porcelain was li.truUu.vi i. , ---
The Royal Porcelain works ar;
factories have produced f
tableware and tinted puree: :: ,
blue Danish pattern. The n:.v.---r .v.
underghtze porcelain was t::;
by Arnold Krog in the late Ni;.,.-'.'.'
century ami found admirably nl.v
to animal and figure sr-ulv .,ri.j' V
eluding some of Hans Obri.-tlun v,v
sen's fairy tale characters.
The St. Lawrence River
The St. Lawrence river actual'.!
rises at the source of the Sr. l,,,
river, near the headwaters r f n,e
sissippi In Minnesota, flows imn i,
Superior, then through the ot! -r Great
Lakes and empties itself into
Gulf of St. Lawrence, at Cajv Cpa
Province of Quehec. Of ci:re. tect
nically speaking, the St. Lauree U
only that part of the river wlw':, rl.wi
from Luke Ontario to Cape ''lav, "q
IX TUB SUPERIOR C
RUTH GILLKY WILSON
WILLIAM DEAN WILSON,
The defendant, William p,.Mn -tvii
son, will take notice that an arti
entitled as above, has been commenc
ed in the Superior Court uf Havwioif
County, North Carolina, for an abso.
And the said defendant will furthe-
tane notice that he Is required to aii
pear at the Office of the Clerk of the
Superior Court of said Countv, in tk
Court House In Waynesville, North
Carolina, on the 2 7th day of Anr
lVSb, and answer or demur to the
complaint in said action, or the plain
tiff will apply to the Court for tht
relief demanded in said complaint,
This the 3rd day of March, 1936.
Clerk, Superior Court, Jiaywujl
County, North Carolina.
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