Herbert Ryman travels

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Off to Sketch World Scenes Herbert Ryman Prepares for 2-Year Tour Studying Movie Settings. Herbert D. Ryman, artist with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer motion pic ture corporation, is visiting in Decatur with his mother, Mrs. Cora B. Ryman, and his sister, Mrs. Bruce Pensinger, before starting a two year trip around the world to study architecture, costumes and characteristics of peoples. Mr. Ryman will sail Jan. 15 from Los Angeles, wandering about the world, sketching in color as he goes to create a source of reference for use in his future work of designing sets for motion pictures. Color will be an important part of his studies. since it is believed that color production in motion pictures will be come common during the next two years. Study British Pictures. Through the Panama canal and the West Indies, Mr. Ryman will be accompanied by his sister. Miss Lucille Ryman, now engaged in directing on the legitimate stage. Miss Ryman will then return to California. In England, Mr. Ryman will visit friends in the British Gaumont studios and will study British motion picture technique. After a visit in Paris, he will begin a journey through France, Spain, and Italy. He will depart from the usual tour ist routes and study communities untouched by foreign influence. Visit In Siam. Crossing the Mediterranean, he will visit Port Said, then going to India for inland study. In Bang kok, Siam.. he. will visit his cousin, Halvern Norris, in U. S. consular service. Mr. Norris is a former Effingham resident. He is a graduate of Illinois State Normal university. Before returning to the United States, Mr. Ryman will travel in Siam, China, Japan and Australia. Hospital on Wheels Placed in Service The Rosedale model ambulance which is being placed in service today by the Dawson & Wikoff Funeral Home is so complete and convenient, that it has been called by medical men who have seen it, "a veritable hospital on wheels." This new ambulance is a product of a company which has been building vehicles of this type since 1876 and has many features not incorporated in other ambulances. Riding qualities are quite exceptional, and its safety at high speeds is assured by tip-toe hydraulic brakes. There are ample facilities for carrying two patients comfortably and generous head-room in the patient's compartment for the convenience of the attendants. A first-aid cabinet with latest type

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  1. The Decatur Daily Review,
  2. 27 Dec 1935, Fri,
  3. Page 13

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