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GUILD FORD PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 11 April 1935

GUILDFORD i PERSONAL ConstaWc Maynard was temporarily de tailed Jast week for spcclal duty at the Camden show. Misses G. and M. Cox are leaving on Easter Saturday for a fortnight's holiday at Manly, on the third breaker. Mr. Cecil Morgan, of the post office ? staff, is at present on annual leave. We understand there's a lot of painting, and edd jobs to be ciono. Mr. Petersen, headmaster of Guildford School, has been recuperating at Tuggerah Lakes. He was to return last Sunday, and is greatly improved in health. Miss Mary Whalan. of McArtliur-strect, hnr been 011 holidays with relatives at 1 Leichhardt. y- Mrs. Clydesdale, wife of the minister in charge cf the Churches of Christ in the district, is reluming from a holiday at Melbourne next Tuesday. CHURCH OF ENGLAND TENNIS The above church held a tournament last Thursday, at Mrs- Leura's court, .Rhodes Avenue. It proved very success ful; fifteen payer?-, compcjting, and re sulted in Mrs. Hincs being 1st. Mrs. Swanton 2nd and Mrs. Mvc...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
21st BIRTHDAY MISS MOLLY CAREY [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 11 April 1935

21st BIRTHDAY MISSMOIX.YCAltEY . On-Sattir-fey 'nlg'ht' last a very hnppy functtan _io& place ^'in the Guildford Meroarial School of Arte, when 120 rela Uvea And lrlends assembled to celebmte .tbe ^lst UrtMay of Miss ; Molly Carey; .'daughter ,:B- SCM.- CareKJbf O.WeBl^street, Guildf-wS«-, ' a_'-; s :Mr* 3Hcrward Pow^ who. with r hls ^^e rind idau^tT^Journeyed from - -s ^Iw -prwent.^ was M. C.; , r ^whil^, ^udoer's bbcBf^ang on^xe&tra buy- , , : ^^ sbaitin tfancing, inter- '* ?' ^8per^:^th^miiacal.'lte^ simplied by - Mr&.; . '?ThtftdMasil Wie ^dies «na4* a'prttbv .- . ? WooBr.TaoStea &rety; sweet .-is.;an ; evenlng . wltti Wlll^'^tt 'WOItiiBllvaq shoes. ? ; ' ?: ; . ?: ? JBha^..!pt*,,^„i)m}iy^.,Mclly . mv . 1 welcctnfid with rjnusical honors; In 'whlcb . 1 . ;ltoej,toB^,r'Mft.':.t!a^,''tar^shared. .-lit

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 11 April 1935

? DRAPERS ' A^'p- ? ^4jiLB FORD. '''; ^ ^ . '. '' , j 3/11 * 6ks£^is Afcto -r Sp^ ' Range --a -iuc^\s X-^^^tt^/^ :!Ujg^.-_ .. elt Ooreets jfw ;comfort f-g- 'the kj»e flp ire, 14/6 each — ~ ? * ' ' . CARDIGANS AfcyB PULLOVERS E^aTl,All-Wool Pullovers, '3/6 Large Size Children's Pullovers ., gnd Jumper*., all-wool, 4 /II and 5 11. MehVPabiiitf'PuJlpvers, 13/11 each; ? Men's Modish Fancy Cardigans, AH -Wool, .Best Quality, 17/6. * Men's Plain Fleck Wool Cardigans, 15/ il. gloves NEW-SEASON'S gloves Washing Fabric Gloves By Kayser. Gauntlet Tops. 2/11 pair, English All-Wool Gloves, by Kayser, Fancy Cuffs, 2/11 itfid 3/11 pair TftOOSERS METTS WORK TROUSERS ? «? - - ? &'51 P°Jr BOYS* HARP-WEARING SCHOOL TROUSERS ? 2 11 pair El A Pkl^LET T £ j J PLAIN, All Colours, t - . . .. t# mf . . 7£-j yard, 6/11 -lofcen | STRIPED FLANNELETTE, for Pyijamas, Super Qaulity - ? yard I ^ EIDEfekGWNS AND MARKETS KAPOK FiLLED, SATiiir COVERED ? 15/11 each ''! FEATHER FI11BD, ROWJLAR .TONINQS ? 33/6 ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Guildford P. & C.A. MONTHLY MEETING [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 11 April 1935

.Guildford P. & C.A. MONTHLY MEETING The merit hly meeting was h?2d on 1 Thursday, 4th, the Mayor (Alderman Warne-'o in the chair. This was one - of 1he -moa. sii-xessful meetings held for some considerable tf-me. There were 20 new members enmHed, and promises of as many more. There «re a number who might b2 termed hardv annuals, who are a'wavs ready 4o h«lp tlie committee, even though they canrot attend the meetings, and these, with the help of nnr members will incr^se the memberr.hip to the cen tury mark at. an eprlv date. this was ' the first meeting -f the year. The i^ach jr-r ctpff were ^»-esrtn.t in force, and an other enooura.dn^ fee.*»»re was the en rrU'? --f a nu^^T of /the Jtuslneas peoole as members. Thej' have always been Jib' ?*'-\ in ib«ir su-mrt. n«d the conuhittee' welcome them as members , It w of decld»*d +r wake an«^h°r rFfort tb-* n of the Mother^' Club, hrl'^ad of functioning flu two s*o er»»t/v as jt, fgit b^^ resuWs wMl be obtained for -the school as a...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 April 1935

FOR THE Choicest Quality Frufit IN SEASON . / VISIT REG. GREENTREE GUILDFORD'S LKADING FRUITUBKR 331 GUILDFORD RD., GUILDFORD. Children Served with the Utmust Care and Attention. Relief Orders. Taken. S.C.R. COUPONS GIVICN Bread! Bread ! Bread ! BUT ONLY ONE COLEMAN'S / BREAD I For QUALITY -there is NO q^JfAL RING UW858C. AND OUR CART WILL CALL. WE DELIVER. CARTS DAILY' to all parts of DWlirt. H ADDONS The Quality Butchec GUILDFORD. 'Phone UW9590. ' ORDERS DELIVERED. / SPECIAL - . FRIDAY AND SATURDAY: 1 lb. SAUSAGES, 1. lb. DRIPPING— 9d Cash at Shop Warm Winter / Flannelette / PYJAMAS / MADE EXPRESSLY FOI^^S, 4/- Pair McDONALD'S GUIbDFORD'S. LEADDi'G MERCERS. S.C.R. COUPONS GIVEN. LAY-BYES -5: CASH ORDERS Takoil. COMING EVENTS (Two lines. 6d per insertion; four ? insertions, 1/6. ? ? Guildford U.A.P. April Dance. Supper, J Sc. of Arts, April 27. Melodlans Band l/ South Granville Parents and Citizens* / * Association. EUCHRE, on SATURDAY, APRIL 20. Usaul Prizes. Players Gd. TYPING — ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Old Shoes for Luck [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 April 1935

Old Shoes, for Luck Pew people arc aware of the origin of the old custom of throwing rhxs after a newly married couple. Many people are under the imprefslou that it Is done 'for luck,' whsreas it 1s merely a corruption of a very old proceeding. wnen tne onaes father used to hand over a shoe to the bridegroom as a sign tihat he gave him full possession of lus daughter, Tfrom- fill time shoss have denoted pos rcsslon — as. the old expression of 'step- ping, into his shoes' shows. , * When a Bedouin chief is dying, one of hjs last acts fc lo hanj over to his eldest son, A- whoever his heir may be, his shoes as a token of his leiing his place. In many Eastern cities, a pair of shoes placed outfide a shut dcor means that ao one dare enter, and in Benares if a woman wishes lo turn her attention from her market bag for. a moment she makes sure that, if 'mW be untouched by leaving , her shoes by It. Even In the Bible tlie shoe., is used as o symbol of poraesslo-,, rot; Ruth's relative bande...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
R. S. & S. I. L. A. CHESTER HILL SUB-BRANCH [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 April 1935

R. S. & S. i. L. A. CHESTER HILL SUB-BnANCII TIil' monUily meeting' of the rccentiy fonncd sub-branch of the R.S. aJid SJX*-A. was held in Chester Hill hall on Monday I evening last. There was a good roll-up | of members. Cclonel de Meyrick (Mayoi of Liverpool), an eld Digger, and .Mr. Roberts « f ho league pensions omcerj, were in attendance as guests. Col. df Meyrick, in a brief address, con pwvtulatcd .the sub-branch on the splendid progress made, and said it was always a ? pleasure lor h\m .to' be among returned men. . , After, business; .had concluded, Mf Roberts outlined the .work of tlie league in regard io pension^ cJaims. After refreshments, and the honoring of the loyal .toast, a )iappy evening came tp a close.; }'Tl ' She : Dom skating require any particu lar application^ ^ ?. ? . v He:. No, arnica. % 'horse liniment, o?ie s *as goocj as tfte other. ..v

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Holroyd Diggers. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 April 1935

Holroyd Diggers. Tlie weekly meeting of the above branch was h'-ld at Silverstcne'.s Hall. Kenyons road. Ilnlroyd. Several members being in tamp, Uitrc was not such a big attendance ar- nruaT. Several let'.erri -were received from the dcpartnieut re the men's work, and show ed Uiat the L-i*ancn was receiving icw» nitien. Xje'.tr-rs were Teceived from othrsr brar.cbcf sympathising H'it-h the c-»nplaAnt and o-rrrcine to hear delegates 'with ref erence to a charter. Delegates were elect ed to appear , at another sub-branch next Most of the di.rcu'-'Sicn . was cn the ATi&ac Sunday memorial service. A great /deal was left, to the -honorary secretary to mamhall the forc^ and lit Aras .pro posed that the branch obtain a banner and a wreath. II was proposed that Ihe senary JJisirujKT ? Merrylands- East hravw-h tb?+. the bra^B'.«\ten-icd to co operate ivith them at the early dawn service on Sunday morning at 6 o'clock. The secretary announced- that an ac mup.t had been opened in the ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FASHION NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 April 1935

I ' FASHION NOTES ' , ' .TJiia Merkel, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer {eatdred playcc, wl\o appears irv one o£ the leadiJig- roles in the new production, -'Evelyn Prentice,' co-starring Myma Loy and William Powell, has & peculiar hob by. It's collecting handkerchiefs — and l.ho Ulhndr* fnmprtlHUip has tJiem of fiverv size and representing every oountrj' in the world. Her newest addition to this collection is a '?shadow' handkerchief fashioned of extremely .fine linen. The handlkerchiel appears to be a plain white square until it is tipped slightly to the side. Then a . perfect English hunting sccne appeal's weven in the threads. When Joan Crawford discovered that a sccne in her new production 'Forsaking Ali Others,' required her to wear a. simple littlp cctton fycck — fhe 'phoned a down, town store arid ordered a yardage cut from a boll cf material kept on hand especially for her use. Tltq material is a narrow pale baby blue pique — and Joan lias all of her sun tuits lailcrcd from this...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 April 1935

wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Vate ' Hire ^ ' 'OETi^bti, ? 4Jerrylanfl®^Pr CARE YV W| CITY-PRICE ;DRAPE)s|^Sfc' . WOOL! WOOL! ANOTHER SHIPMENT ' OK THE FAMOUS GOLDEN WATTLE \T^| K '4-n* FINGERINGS NOW OPENED UP. ' 1l'» YOU have the CHOICE of TWENTY DIFFERENT MIXTURES anil - J _'? TWENTY PLAIN COLORS, Full 1 oz. Skeins— '.'' ''v 6d. per Skein. 3 and 2 Ply SUPEE FINGERING, all Shades ? .-. 7W Skein' i ri -, \,V.. ? : ? — ? — - 'I : ^ LACON1A BLANKtTS at Syd nef Prices IPJ ? / . - THESE FAMOUS BLANKETS are GUARANTEED tor 12 yeMK- Ji Single Bed 25/, Threequarter Bed 35/, Double Bed 37/6 Patr.JjiJnjj , ' LAY-BYES TAKEN, and ALL CASH ORDERS. ' -i$W$0: » . FLANNELETTE, 30in„ White, Pink, Sky, Apricot, 73d yard, 6/11 ^'dossB^^ ^ ' ..STRIPED TWILL FLANNELETTE. Soft Finish, lOid yard, S/ll Oaiea^W fj£. V PLORAL FLANNELETTE, a Superior Quality .. .. .. Hid- ' . WHITE SHEETS, AbaoluUly Pure Qua(fty; This is a Job ?;.? Double Bed. Usual 12/6. BARGAIN, 9/11 PAIB. . ^ LADIES' FLEECY BLOOMERS, Silk ? Thread ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 April 1935

Cure That . COLD with W.D. lRlS^MOSS Cod Liver Oil Emulsion. A Great Lung Healer. 1 /1 1 and 3/3 Bottle. Sole Agent-j- \y^ PETERSON^ PHAI^^CY ?PhoiiL^^a54. W -^p^iadpfrtlaEmeattv I- ' pleaEe menj^fa'-tUs MP$}-cr,v /] ^ _

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Marvellous Feat TRIBUTE TO HEROIC NATIVE WOMAN [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 April 1935

Marvellous Feat TRIBUTE TO HEROIC NATIVE WOMAN ' There wo;-, recently ercclcd in the Thursday Island cemetery a beautiful memorial over the grave cf Muara'Xjfu; a heroic native woman of Damley Island (Tonest strait). The memorial, of ground coral .and shell6, ,nas imade by tile nativas.of Darnt. lev Island, and wac erected' to tiMfetu&He the memory of Muara, who, 35 yeais'igo, made a remarkable Kwim^whlch. ^jerore or since, has not been o?ialle{i ij'y ' an other woman. '' V,; ' MUara wtus on one of the ?3- pearling luggers which were .'wrecked dulling ft terrific Cyclone off- Cape lMv^le;S(N6rtli QueenftehdJi' oil March .Si.388i9.'»^even; white niffli Baa 2B5 natives ' lit the.-disaster. and two or^Vw^fe'jnen who csc;L]x?d say.{Jd ^t-y Aluam- ./SiiC] : ' 'was a young voman of Sne«bjnsta\ie; she saved the two men by £Witninin^ tpiLli them supiiorted oti ' rarfne: ^.*thb';%h|toUujtt;;l%w^)iii»..J miles, awfly.jThe-Ewl^^iodknearly.Beven hoprBt- »n'il for it theVBb^^rt^ne Si^let...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHILDREN'S BALL CUILDFORD R.C. SCHOOL EFFORT [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 April 1935

CHILDREN'S BALL Gl7ILnrORO R.c. SCHOOL EFFORT A plain and fancy dress children's bail, Iwld in ihu Assembly Hall] Guildford, on (he 9th, in aid of St. Patrick's Clturch building fund, proved a great financial und soclul succcfs. The music was sup plied by Miis Dunstan and Mick-Metoaiie. ine jud'^t's. Miss Cunnbighatn -Mar- oubra Uny- and the Misses M. and R. . Uurllly (SiannuMx»), had difficulty In de ciding the dinners of tJic prions class-^- of fancy drr.j;s. Tho ninny .spry? raters were Jmpn^ssed willi the grand march of the children, *o Ihe ,slra;».'; /»J 'Adv.'ince Australia Fttii*.' Rov. Faihrv Hajringion presented tlie prizes. PRIZE-WINNERS Best-drc.s.s:-d: Gtris, N-j~ina Oorkill, Kaihlf^ji Palnu r; boys. Bprtle Corkill, Jark Power. Chi'api^L: Girls, Diyw' . Spiner, lit it;; Allin : boys, Burnle Wool ford, Jtihn Most original: Girls Ronnie 'iiuj-plin, Gcorglna Spicor; boys. Uui-nie Dairaolough, Sid Shorter. Mq^t comical: Girl, Mary BeUs; boy» K'e\in Holllns. Pappr: C.irls, Ne...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 April 1935

Saturday Night only, April 20 6 Beautiful Quills FREE * ' ' *. Hand Your Names and Addresses to tKe Usher BBSIS I! e Ji a «J l-e- IHf longotl Ur Iter BgsKp SBgS onre. . ? now he fought lo break f Hie tbfcHct Ihiil lic)d|}iim ? ME (£)' Wte-N v5y wiMMiK Saturday Matinee ONLY. ! i ? ? _ - \ V V V €a$tcr ? Also ? FOX NEWS COMEDY— 'APPLES TO YOU !' r£?£sfS wff* ? Acton g|« RICHARD ARLEN K MADGE EVANS |H talph Bellamy 1HK Jamas Olaoson |||i^ Haniy ?.Walthall (- KTEPIN.KTCHIT Mon. land Tues., April 22 & 23 MATINEE MONDA Y AFTERNOON , -?.'/»? ii ? ? . . WEDNESDAY NIGHT; AlPRIL 2 4: ;r ? ONCE AGAIN ? free Gift Night Al.o/f¥b. HAYNES AND BEANIE — — -M And HUGE. VAUDEVILLE V ,R3BtO GRAM M E. ABULT&INEPENCE. : r CHILDREN SIXPENCE. THURSDA Y NIGHT, AMI I- 2 5: RE0EM T DANCE CARNIVAL ? '-NOVELTIES AND TONS V°F ,f¥?N G L A*,' MARTY N'S R I VOL ! DANCE BAND. AD M I.S-S ro N ........ ? -V- QNL.'SH1L.LI,NC.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 April 1935

My ma Loy wears this rfianming^shell pink chiffon spring gewn, and a- pic- ture hat of transparent straw setsJoff. this model.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOY SCOUT MOVEMENT Praised by Governor [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 April 1935

BOY SCOUT MOVEMENT praised by Gcr«wor* Tlie Governor (Sir Alexander Hora Rutlwen), who was dressed in the ScOtit unlfornit f^ned a confwenoe of district c^mm(ssfnii°rf/ of t|ie Eoy. Scouts' ATO* riollon at PennanL Hills camp on Satur day afternoon. He sJiow/?d preat interest [n'rthf* camp. He d^seribrd It. pr n 'r..I*cl inlace. whh ideal surroundings for r tiulning. of Scoute.' \ ? *. ' * .'5 * *. V 'The Governor, spiking to the 00m mlssioners, said that 'the Seot-- movB niejii xvoa the outrinirdin^ method'- -»f educating Hip rising grnnrnfion. 'I only wish. thai the men who have tli^ problems of tile world to colve hnd been brought un in tli° aitn^phere of Snouting.' ha F*Ud. ' 'for Ihop tliose prol-lf^R would be rsrtvfcd murh more easilv. The nuv of Uw nro^-- lain 1^ in l^adenJtlp. Au^htng. I can do for ihe anovfmwnt 1 shall l-e orib^ too pleased io do.'

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wentworthville. AFTER TWO YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 April 1935

Wentworthville. ? ?AFTER TWO YEARS It was decided, by Uie Memorial Ocm nlttee 4hat the fouptiln at Wcntikrottiivllle station '-would be completed betore ijtiter. . This has been erected by ?voluntary llitoqr. A brenze tablet Js in tlie coutse'^f iiriptr. ' ation and will Ik ready for ' InstalliUon wHhln a few da^s. ' ' ? ? ; THAT OlD gTfnpK ? At a meetlng of Wentworthville RaU-' pajcra' AssoclttUdn Jas^ Wednesday night, the ' Hallway panmlssioneti . lntimobed tliattheyw^uifhlftihe present Jjiilldlnfc ' and move It 'furthSr up the 'piattorSi Mr, SholtB (treasurer) .remarked that1 they should bc': inform cd that'- the new' statlon oould .-witti advarjtage be erected' around the iWD hew wlntlotTB they are. putting In. PB^ONAt ' :. Mrp: ShOtis, of fflbpletpn-^treet, - haji ?' arrived ijc^ frtOT A yihfient'a Bo^iltal gre^tly lmproyefl in h^ajth'. ',IsthteOTllkfr^j,l'a6kedthe traveller who called 'end puriihased.a j-tnt of miH- . from Did. -? r. , , . - 'I MMuM teay lt ls,', Dad replied, ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
UNITED AUSTRALIA PARTY Regents Park-Chester Hill Branch [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 April 1935

I NITrD AUSTRALIA PABTY Rrecnts Park-Clicst?r Hill Branch Cv.ny to a previous meeting of the ab:!*..1 branch bong declared in\*aUd ihrou-ili lark c.f a ouurun. the subsequent anr.u.ii clec.od the following oHlc eis: — President. Mr. W. E. Moore. £;P. nc-elecK'di: vice-presidcnt«, Messrs. ^ A. C. Middle! on. k. Gilbert. J. Home and M 1*5 . M. H. Gilbert: delegates to coun cil. Mr. W. E. Moore: delegates to conferences. Messrs. Moore and . Gil bert: delegates to convention, Messrs. Barry and Home: hon. secretary, ft^r. A. F. Gilbert: hon. treasurer. Mr. P. R. Leonard. Branch cf mmittec (elected member*): Mesdames Brett. Gough. Moore. Middle ton. Leonard. Home, Mics Gibson, and Messrs. Badger. Burrows and Hancoek.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 April 1935

To drive a long nail into hard wood; so that it goes in straight without bend tag U&. dip it Him into a iitUc mel^d lard. » * ♦ Willy was visiting, and his hostess said : Are you quite sure, Willy, that you can ? cut your own meat? .'Oil, yes,' replied. Willy. 'We often have it ns tough as thl$ at Iiome.'

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Care of the Hair MOVIE HAIRDRESSER'S ADVICE [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 April 1935

Care of the Hair g MOVIE HAIRDBESSEIt'S ADVICE fortunate Is the woman who has the time to shampoo .and care tfor her own hair ! f . This la the opinion of Eadie Hubncr, head of ^he hajdressing department ait the Metro^Goldwyn-Mayer studios. Bpfcttp, who iias change of r planning -and aoSE5 ing oolffuits for each. stax» bs NdRDh Shearer, Greta- Onto, Jean Harlow and ii Muiy outers, «yieve. mat tne -nealthlost . hair Is that 'which' is -c*»d for to lbs owner, 'An important part of hair beaut; Is allowing it to dry naturally and slowly in 'lie sun,'.' she said. 'Wc in all thankful for the electric dryers which save so much precious time especially In the motion picture industry, but there Is no doubt in my mind that such artificial heat con centrated on the scalp is Injurious to the health of- the hair.' Miss Hufomer gives the following for mula for the successful home shampoo. If you treat your hair with oil tne right before, you will not need to give yourself an oil jhampoo,' she. sa...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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