*Those other "Glamor Boys", who follow in the footsteps of the "original Glamor Boy" Duke of Windsor, include Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt, Jules Glaenzer (vice president of Cartier's), William Rhinelander Stewart ("Dean of Glamor Boys") and a lot of brokers.
Ambassador-to-Britain Joe Kennedy "pierced the bosoms of ambitious American dowagers and debutantes" by restricting Court presentation to the "womenfolk" of American officials and Americans living in Britain for "business reasons." His own daughters, Kathleen and Rosemary, were two of only seven American girls presented to the King and Queen on May 11, 1938.
"Mrs. Claude Bennington, authoress and sportswoman, finds that a shooting stick rests the tedium of opening night" at Covent Garden.
In case you forgot, I'll remind you that this week is National Arrow Week. Remember, you can't be "the top" without an Arrow collar:
I'm ridiculously excited about the Movie of the Week:
|Movie poster from Wikipedia|
We'll have to revisit Robin Hood (no hardship there) in the autumn. I discovered a treat called Nottingham Pudding that appears to be a sweet, spiced Yorkshire pudding/apple dumpling combination, but it will have to wait until apples are in season. Mark your calendars!
While we're waiting for October to roll around, the editors of Life have provided us with an Errol Flynn pictorial. Remember this simple equation:
aviators + cigarette holder + shorts = perfect boating outfit
You must also remember that wearing a shirt inhibits day-to-day activities such as diving, fencing and bow-hunting sting rays.
All right, so I inclined rather toward the frivolous this week (I'm getting really tired of all those Fascists). What were your favorite articles?