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   Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - May 24, 1927, Galveston, Texas                                TWELVB THE OALVESTCW DAILY NEWS, TUESDAY, MAY !H, BEAUTY QUEEN HOLDS PICTURE OF HER MOTHER "I'm not superstitious, but this Is what brought me the Tort." acclaimed as "Beauty Queen j of the Universe." said, holding out j a. silver locket. 'This has my moth er's picture in it and I've held j In my hsnd al! nitht The Beauty Queen and "Miss. Florida." first prize ,winner, were} etanch frielde. Before the Judges, returned their awards, "Miss standlnr backstage, said.' "I Just know they'll give Miss New Tork- the priie. J lovt She's the most beautiful girl in the world, I think." Miss New York received word that gained the highest honor a shriek of ctelfgbt. "Oh, that 'can't be .true. Is lit" she cried. Miss Florida rushed up and embraced the Beauty Queen, who was immediately surrounded by an admiring group.; 'Tin going out to the movie studios at .Hollywood. Cal..' that's all I she. declared when asked as to her future plans. "The'revue has delightful and- I'm Just everybody couldn't have won.1'' 'the Beauty Queen said. Artists and, Sculptors Select Winners Of Second International Beauty Revue REVUE CHAIRMAN COMMENDS WORK OF COMMITTEES HEW TOSK GIRL 'IS BEAUTY WINKER (Continued From "Page 1.) traint who received considerable ad- mlratlonv Her. frock of pink georgfttte elaborately embroidered In beads. A pink and blue floral corsage was at the shoulder. Silver slip- pers anfi flesh colored host were JBiw. XeW York. .Miss'New York was radiantly.love- ly in a rose colored chiffon evening dress, which was an American prod- uct, simply made but which showed her many charms to perfection. The K'own was adorned wlih hand made flowers, Muonglow chiffon hose and clippers were worn. Miss Brooklyn. Miss Lesley'Storey. was a-refreshing end lovely picture In an evening gown of-white maline arid.sliver lace which was adornejl with silver ribbons. Silver slippers were-worn. New, Orleans, Miss Mabel Rlliy, One of the most, attrac- tive" of the brunette types. Her eve- ning, frock was of peach colored taf- feta, 'made in the period style, with front skirt and Idngtr. Affect- In the back! Her pumps-, were i palseley .embroidered. Miss Cur- Tl4.'was another brunette who was applauded. Miss E'lhrev'e- pftrt'wpre' a-, white taffeta evening' frock wltH tight ;.basqiie skirt, acaiieped. so as to glv.j th'e P.eriofl Affect of the short front--and Ion jr. back. .Her-slippers were silver with corresponding chiffon; Miss Beaumont. Miss Ada Heyden. "was ahbthcr .South Texas -'entry of charm. Miss'Beaumont wore a georgette which was beaded. The -basque was'. tight -with bouffant skirt. _. .Miss.Cleburne, Miss Gladys was .decidedly attractive In ah orchid I taffeta made robe de style! and. trimmed In touches of silver. In her she wore a.brilliant band. Silver, slippers completed her cbs- tumel Mtas Ottawa (niO.MIsa Mabel was lovely In a yellow georgette frock- trimmed with orange velvet: leaves and silver, tracery and bead embroidery. Silver and gold era- j brbtdered slippers were -worn. Miss Bessemer (Mich.1, .-Miss-Lil-! liftn ;-Rowett' was another 'entrant j lovely last night. 'She; frock of green georgette j trimmed effectively in Spanish Silver slippers were -worn. Miss .San Antonio. Miss Florence'. Zbeller, was lovely In a costume of black' and" flesh chiffon made in Flesh colored hose and; black satin slippers with rhlne- Etone. heels -were "worn. Mise'Ogden Miss Mae abeth Letts, was another charming entry rin- a white, taffeta frock trimmed-lii, ffreen .chiffon and silver, beads. "Handmade flowers accen- 'tuated thi beauty of the gown. Paiseley-slippers .Mlis, Denver, Miss Dulcy Burke, the diminutive brunette from ths far western state -was a picture In a-.pink chiffon frock trimmed In silver and made in bouffant effect At her "shoulder she wore a large p.ipk flower. Silver slippers and flesh colored hose were worn. -Mlis Chicago. Miss Florence nemp- sey. WAS another outstanding entry. Bhe wore a. very lovely creation of gold taffeta made In basque effect and bouffant skirt with scarlet and preen appliqui convention design. Her slippers were of gold with gold colored hose. Hiss Kerrville. Miss Nance, was another Texas of rare charm. She wore a white taffeta frock trimmed In two tones of rose Without doubt International Beauty Pageant finest thing that Galveston has 'ever attempted, both" from ,the standpoint of bmuty and success, declared Henry Block, chairman of the pageant committee., and'members of the'ladles commit- who wprked so hard in" assist- ing to entertain the beauties. UrvB.ock alto paid a high tribute to Wlllett Roe, directing man- ager- Me was particularly pleased with the manner In which the police de- partment handled the parade of Sunday. 'Everything went off I without a hitch, ho said and every 1 man in thn department from the commissioner and of the department, were on the job. "It was a bis- undertaking but we feel It was certainly worth while." he said. BUSINESS MEN ARE THANKED BY OFFICIALS COKSEiaUS JR. '._. All BEAUTV (EVEN.eminent judges.of by, and-knowledge, thoroughly capable of handling the difficult Itask-of .choosinf. the- winners'from'-thirty-eirht beautiful girls, selected the -prize winnfers last night" .for, Galvesfon's IntercatioiiH.1 Beauty Pageant and Eighth Annual Bathing GlrlReyue. .Painters, sculptors -are represeBted among toe jtidges. -A paper man. member of a-'famouHfAmfrlcari- family, and a railroad executive was B. H. Reynolds :ot St. Louis; of ;ihe Missouri Tk'cinc lines, was cine of the judges, but hls-pfcture.was not avail- able. On the board of Judges were: J. Knowles Hare, artist and painter; Harry Tuthill. cartoonist, creator- of the..Bungles; Albert Rleker. artist: Cornelius Vanderbllt Jr.. newspaper man: Enrico Cerracchlo, .artist and sculptor; Paul Robinson, cartoonist, creator o'f "EttitKett; E. H. Reynolds of St. Louis, .Missouri Pacific lines. L in fliamond shape. Her slippers and hose were rose colored. Miss Florida.-Miss. Ada Williams, as'one of the blonde beauties who won .instant' applause. Her .eve- ning costume was of pink taffeta and tulle with pink and "apple'green tracery and the same colored band- made flowers. Her slippers were of St. Louis' newspapers'.have been.York; F. R_ De Ville. New Orleans; silver brocade with flesh colored :glving considerably publicity to thn J.'EdVin Cravsy, Houston, hose. j revue; he said. I Jesse Strait. New York: Robert R. Misa Oak Cliff, Miss Bertha Mae -Mr. TutbUl said he Is always J Terrett. Bridgeport. Conn.; H. N. Meechan. -was another very lovely .-.pleased to come -to "Gaiveaton." He Sheppard, Houston, blqnde entrj- who wore a changeablejthinks it "one of the'prettiest spots Fred It. Gardner, St Louts. So tiff ant taffeta of pink arid orchid.'In the country', with great posslbill- The frock was elaborately Dimmed ties for esp'anaion-arid development in silver and was worn over a silver ilip. Foreign BrauUen. The foreign 'entries 'as heretofore created-the greatest amount of in- terest and all eyes were centered the lovely beauties from far across the sea, and 'those from the GRAYS 01 Wnerever roaches exist they are menxw. FLY-TOX into cracks and cre- vices. 11 drives them shot and they die. Will not to see the. great-Improvement New Tork; E. H. McReynolds, that of 1926. There were but two St. Louis: J. Ervin Wamsley, Miami, International entries in that year Donald" Tlette, Chicago; Paul with .eight participating In the one La. Vace Coloniale, New of 1927; he said. Orleans; Cavalier Uff, Arcole Mog- He.forecast an exceptionalljrbflgbt J gl. Halva, Antonio Ferro. future for the International pageant j Lisbon, Spain; Enrico Cerracchlo, In'Galveston. J sculptor. Houston; Guldo Rossi, New Northlands, Miss Canada was a very beauti- ful interpretation In .her evening frock "of a very lovely picture. Her brunette type was accentuated by the attractive green chiffon frock she "wore which was heavily beaded la sequins, "With this waa worn PAPERSHOSTS AT LUNCH EON Visiting newspaper writers _ in Galveston reporting the, Interna- tional beauty pageant' yesterday were.entertained by The News and The Tribune at luncheon at the Hollywood Dinner Club. Members of the board of -judges which se- Palsley slippers and chiffon Hose of jlect6d tfae .winning- beautlea were _i______ji__.___ also thft irtiPRrn LUNCHEON GIVEN FORCONTESTANTS Officials of the Second Interna- tional Pageant of Pulchritude and Eighth Annual Bathing .Ctrl Xtovue are especially grateful to the Gulf Lumber Company, .which Donated the use of the large amount "of lum- ber which made up. the reviewing stands. It- was' declared by L. Hoe, directing msnager-'oC. the e.vent The coat.of the lumber would have been prohibitive, otherwise. It was declared. All lumber us'ed was loaned by the'Gulf Company. 'Mr. Roe also expressed his appre- ciation to ths Galveston Electric Company for .-the-use of -the larg'b busses for transporting'the'beauties to and from, their' hotels. to places of amusement and- entertainment, 'to the -starting- points -of various It made the handling of the' pageant that much easier.and Insured comfort and con- venience for. the beauties, plained. CARTOONIST IS VISITOR HERE Mr.' and, Mrs... Paul Robinson and. small daughter, Letltla, were inter- ested visitors .from .New JTork 'at Galveslon's'' International Beauty Pageant. Mr.i Robinson is one- of- the standing "cartoonists-of thi country, and Is the creator df'''Etta at feature cartoon which' is th'e Qalveaton ..Tribune. All, of., hjs are handled ,through I; -'Mr. Rdblna.on Is In Qaivesion .nqt only to attend the revue, but he was a member of the hoard of vjudgea which selected the Beauty Queen the Universe at the city audltortuftt last night. I Both "Mr. and-Mrs. Robinson were delighted with the beauty pageant tapd with Galyeston's varied attrac- 11 tlons, they'said. ..Mr. Robinson was Impressed with ithe amount .of publicity which Che iclty.is getting from the revue "and. he prophesied ;that- each year.'It would be.JArg.er.. 'He admired GalvestonV oleanders and 'waa.especially' interested In irrade raising- activities in the end and the system of "reclamation." that Galveston adopted. "New York haiuhad under co'iiald- eratlon something', like ha 'They have coustderlnc East River to afford additional for the metropolis." BEATS FLORIDA, SAYS VANDERB1LT Unitlntrd praise of beauty and its Initiative In putting ovtr International Beauty Pag- eant was" given yesterday by Cornel- Vendftrbllt Jr.; son'of-the well- known New Yoik capitalist, and a newspaper man of outstanding repu- tation throughout the country. Mr. Vanderbllt was in Galveston for the International event and wis-greatly delighted. eoverinc the pag- ennt for the Hearst papers and was Interested In Us mcny This is his first visit to.Galveiton. He openly declared that he hoped It. would not he his last, and la al- f ready looking forward to the next revue, Mr. Ysnderbilt was especially pleated with the beauty of t ton. Us oleanders and general geo- j graphical position. The beach front he. thinks Is.decidedly attractive and could be 'commercialized even more than at present. He was pleased to hear that additional hotel facilities are. planned for the city. Vanderbllt who has cpent con- siderable time In Florida declared that Gaiveaton surpasses Florida not only in its general appearance but from a' climatic "Sum- mon In Florida arti vxceedlngly he said, "while there apparently Is always breeze in Galveston." BRIGGSTOTALK AT LUNCHEON OF VOTERS' LEAGUE corresponding -tone. _ the guests, "aa. Beauties entered th the Beauty Pageant who have been undergoing: a round of enter- tainments since their arrival In the city were the guests of honor yes- terday at a'most elaborate luncheon given "at Hollrworfd Dinner Clcb with the ''Galyeston Chambar of Commerce 'host'of the occasion. The dinner was held colncldentally that tendered the visiting Georgette with seq stone trimmings hi panel effect She tugal, .New York, New Orleans, St. ouls and a number of other cities. The hour of the .luncheon coin- gold, harmonizing- with her radiant j cideil with the lunchfcon given by re a rose color rose at her shoulder and her .slippers were of Miss Cuba, Miss Angelina An-jcamera men here- making photo- (newspaper men covering the revue a" lovely peach color f graphs of the pageant. Newspaper by The News Publishing company luln and were present from Italy, Poj- and proved a happy combination. The-tables were most artistically arranged, the central .floral adorn- ment of daisies" and spring flowers .being" particularly effective. Mlnla- coBtume. (the -'pageant committee. for the jture bathing girls reposed at ths Miss France.'Mile. Bonerte Cusey, beauties and their chaperons. .of -the entries Smaller tables were arranged, with the -same floral adornment., where other guests enjoyed the luncheon. The affair was strictly informal, tnere being no set program. Mrs. -W. Reed and. Mrs. Clark W, Thompson were'chairmen for the luncheon, which was one of the pret- tiest that the girls' have enjoyed. most magnificent in a. white Informal and .'was' wholly de- latiri sheath gown designed by the void pi speech-making. Parisian modiste. Jenny. It was i Guests Allvine, heavily beaded in rhinestone New York; Harry J. Tuthill, car- mads in irregular effect with deep .tocnist St. Louis; Cornelius yander- ailver fringe. Silver slippers find 'bllt. .Jr.. Hearst newspapers, New rhmeetone ornaments completed the (York; Paul Rob.nson. 'cartoonist, -ostume. York; A. C. Becker, Galveston; Miss Italy, Signorina Maria Gallo, W. Johnaon, New Orleans; John F. in Sector. Jr.. St. James G. Sib- Frank Thomaa. Houston; Marguerlto Young, New Orleans; E. C. SIndo. Jr., Georgette heavily beaded in silver IRagjdale' J- Knowles beads with nilver ribbon and silver slippers. Miss Portugal. Signorina Mar- guerlta Baetos Ferrler, was another most lovely entry. She wore Periwinkle blue ullk coftui In a Prescription for Malaria, Chills and Fever, Dengue or Bilious fever. It Kill. tfae.Gernu made in blouae effect with ailver MiFrf Spain, Senrjrlta Mono. Cas- iijuana. waa another ravjahlngly beautiful entry. She wore silver !ace and silver lame heavily beaded In scailopfrt effect, With this she wore Filvrrr slippers and harmoniz- ing tones of chiffon atocklnga. MAN WHO DRAWS BUNGLE IS JUDGE Galveston does not realize the lin- Jnc-nne amount of publicity that han derived from her International Pageant, declared H. J. Tut- hill of St. cartoonist of na- (lonnl reputation orljrlnator of the famous Bungle Family cartoon. Mr. Tuthill wan one of the Innt niffht In the selection of the Beauty Queen of thi Is his second t-Jrperlence In that line an ftjH0 OIlft lhf. botrd of who nHected the Beauty Qucpn of J52C. Mr. Tuthill In flatly with the International anpocl of ihfl pageant, nnd especially was pleased Don't Be Embarrassed By Skin Diseases Use Blue Star Soap to cleanse the affected parts, then apply Ulue Star Remedy. H penetrates tha skin, kills'out the germs, atops the itch-1 Ing at once, and restores mom crises! to a healthy condition. Eczema, I Tetter or Cracked Hands. I'olson' Oak, Ringworm, fioro Blistered Feet.f Sunburns, Old Shin of j have yielded to Its i healing power. 60c nnd a Jar. Soup 26c. at Star Drug Store, J. J.' Schott Drug J REX LAUNDRY PHONES 20OO- "TWEMTY-KODB-IIOOrt DRUG SERVICE" u.r._rB. ice eic. we main- tain a free delivery, cervlca to any part of the city. 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By AwocUUd Austin, Tex., of the "spoils system" of employ-, meat In -the state government and more speedy legislative" action were urged today by Governor Dan Moody In a lengthy message read to both house's In joint cession. The fcovernor'also''submitted pro- posed amendment! to lawa govern-" Ing 'operation of thq Judiciary and suggested reform of state highway and prison "system laws. In calling un the legislature to speed up Its deliberations, Governor Moody "pointed, out that although CROSS GETS ADDITIONAL SUM FOR FLOOD RELIEF "total for "Jhe Missis- sippi-, hood: relief 76M3 of: J2U.9S received Vday. it .was reported-by the local chap- ter of 'thev. American 'Red Cross. Among the contributions received yesterday were those from Merrie additional' returns fr6m Kolgjits of Colunibbs minstrels, em- plbyki Of. Bouthtrn .Pmclfic Lines and-Morgan Line, (1S1.-15, and J. A. Robertson. 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