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THE GOLD HILL NEW S, THURSDAY. JUNE 9. 1932
Great M u .k al Director L ead. “J o b le..
Musician*" Band ■» Philadelphia » Coy H a ll
Cheerio Chapters $»
Fun for All the Children
E d ited by DOROTHY EDMONDS
h m o u t Beauty Expert
SET OF SHELVES MADE FROM BOXES
A Few Mistaken Beauty
ro o r Susie 1 At least that Is what
people who didn't know the whole
story always called her.
what Aunt Mary said, too, one day
when she was going to call on her,
that la. before she went and dis
covered things, You see. Susie was
considered to be very poor, one of
a large family, with hardly enough
money to buy food and clothes and
certainly not enough to buy toys
and things Just for pleasure.
looked that way on the outside. The
house was small, scarcely big
enough to hold nine of them, and it
was shabby and needed many re
pairs which Susie’s father was too
poor to make. But Inside, It seemed
that a magician had been at work.
The windows were shiny and clean,
letting in all the sunshine there
Pretty crispy curtains Hut
tered at them. too. adding color and
daintiness to each room. All the
furniture was painted a fresh clean
color, and all nine children were
happy and smiling as If they were
the richest children It. the town.
The day that Aunt Mary went to
see them, she took her little niece
ß e n v Y h L i k i e r
b /h d in
WO or three mistaken beauty In»
presslutts prevail lu such an alarm
ing extent that they merit dlacuaalon
and rurrertlun. The flrst. Io my mind,
la the matter of the soft, silky, light
down on the face which la so ofken
mistaken fur superfluous hair. Innum
erable w u iw ii are suffering self In
flicted misery unnecessarily because ot
Another common Impression Is tha
mistaken Idea many women have that
anything bordering on glosa la excea-
tlve olllnes’ . Thia applies to hair aa
well as skin, bul because ot adver
tising and preaching many women are
now preserving healthy hair luster.
Not so with the skin, however. It ta
a far cry from the molat, dewy glow
ao alluring an attribute a t youth, to
Use e ve n slxed boxes o f a n y k in d , c ig a r Boxes, h e a v y s u g a r boxes, or
a n y k in d t h a t yo u h a v e or can c o lle c t. F o llo w th e
the excessively ahlny. greasy appear
d ire c tio n s g iv e n . Y ou w i l l And th e s e s eta o f s b e lv e a c o n v e n ie n t to p u t a ll
ance of the very oily type of skin. 1
Leopold Stokowski, m usic. director of the
o v e r th « h o u « *.
have seen powder puffs rubbed to
of convert goer, through,.».I the <•
« ’mutdclaits, on the slep. of
X ^ ^ l ^ ^ ^ c l ^ T r V h : * 1‘^'^ * * “* *
^ 7 Ma'leiHhlH vigorously over naturally lustrous
Myrtle and her little nephew Paul, all kinds of dolls. There were anl
fare« that It seemed the skin would
. . .
_..1^ wt,„le rtle.isicne ,.F
soon become shreds.
They had brought some of their mala whole circuses of them made
at the skin's resistance to such rough
toys thinking that since they had front things like burdock burre
1» Heyburn plasa." The city father, showed that they were no. afraid and that treatment.
And one wonder« why
so many they rould give some to ■tuck together in animal shapes
women are ambition* to rub away Ihe
these poor little children.
Their and then painted to resemble the
they enjoyed the music In the bnrgnln.
glow that only youth and beauty are
surprise was great as they stepped particular kind of animal they
Inside the room where the children were, the prickly surface being
i heir to.
Look at the skin of a young child.
There were toys galore,
Glowing with health and color, and
only the toys were different from them. There were dishes front hol
theirs There were not only toys lowed horse -best nuts shells acorn
not dry aa a flour mask, but a attg-
but useful things as well, made out cups There were quilts and covers
geatlon of moistneaa, “dewiness” I like
I to call It. and a lovely luster, a deli
of cast off boxes, scraps of col
ored doth and paper, string, wire
cate sheen, not a high, ungroomed
A well known New York uew*|>»per
Florida hotel has aspirations as a and unwholesome looking shine.
and odds and ends of all kinds that and curtains made of pretty col
dramatist. Ill* name Is Henry True- yours Is the lovely, dewy glow of
are usually thrown carelessly away. ored crepe paper, the curtains tied
There were carta out of pasteboard back with crisp paper bows Susie
street Is a homelike neighborhood, and heart. which would appeal to be a yonth. prenerve and guard It as a
boxes, with wheels made of clean herself was smiling happily as she
Mollie roamed at large, known and good name for hl* her«». At any rate, precious possession and do not at
every time John Golden goes South.
milk bottle tops or of cardboard showed all the fascinating things
tempt to rub or pat or tmwder It
liked by all. Frequently ahe would
Henry Its* new Idea* for a play. He
“ You should save everything.“
disks and colored bright colors
go out walking In the evening and re
tell* Ihent all to Mr. Golden who, If sway.
There were dolls of all shapes and she told Paul and Myrtle, “and
So much emphasis haa been laid
torn escorted by two or three gentle
llenry ever write* the play, undoubt on superfluous hslr and Ila destruc
what you can think to make from
sixes made from cloth tied togeth
men friends. But recently the news
er at neck and waist with ribbon IL It's much more fun then buy
tion of feminine loveliness that s
paper woman anil her family moved edly should be III* producer.
• • •
or string, and the arms and legs ing things" And Paul and Myrtle
greet many women mistake the nat
uptown. Not only that, but they moved
made from other pieces of cloth saw readily that Indeed It was for
ural down as an unnecessary affllc-
to a fifteenth floor apartment, where
tants of Andros, that Island of Ihe don.
sewn on In the right places Just these children were happier mak
A soft, silky covering Is na
there was a doorman and elevator
western Bahamas where flamingo* still ture's wsy of protecting ihe skin.
strips of cloth, fastened together ing their own toys than they ever
boys In uniform. The old, care-free nt
were with more expensive ones
mospliere was left behind.
Mollie are found In large flocks. Is Percy Look closely at a young child * face
Cut the pieces given here apart and Myrtle and Paul were fasci
After that visit It was no longer.
moped. The new surroundings did not Cavlll. a perfect type of the gentleman nr stroke the skin and you w ill notice
and paste them on a card so that nated to see what lovely dolls they
“Poor Susie.” Instead It was
suit her at all. There were none of of fortune. He has been all over the thia «oft covering.
they make a sail boat, a candle made, soft cuddly ones Why, Myr
world but came originally from Au*
Of course, too much Is too much
her race with whom to exchange gos
stick, a woman with a hood and
(A ISSS. Weetera N.weoaoer ValosV
cloth In her attic. She could make
alplng miaows. 8,he hnd risen fifteen trail*. H I* brother, Tom Cavlll, was and If the growth la dark and very
cape and a paper hat.
a swimming champion and Is credited noticeable then you can either bleach
floors above her former admirers. Bui
the halra or In extreme cases see to
once a flirt, always a flirt The other with being the originator of the Au*
duy. Mollie's mistress found her trallan crawl stroke. They tell me It i its removal.
wna known originally as Ute “Cavlll
At the sign of the flret little scale
perched on the sill of the open living
room window. Five stories below. In stroke."
women are terrified: “Ihindruff.
• • •
another window, sat a large gentle
It must he." they think. As a mailer
man cat, singing to Mollie In a throaty
of fact a alight scaling of the dead
y0W|—a perfect troubadour. Mollie ington baseball club, told me that Sam outer layer of skin Is not only nat
was giving him one of those looks.
ural and normal hut desirable.
For the first time since occupying her best outfielder, bul one of the best
M any a brush has been relegated
he hnd ever seen. Texas appear* In be
new qnnrters, she appeared to be con
to the scrap heap because it re
SLICE of apple kept In the bread
a state which turns out good outfield
vealed a lew stray h 'lra after the
or cooky box will aid In keeping
era Witness, for Instnnce. Mr. T ri*
• e e
proverbial hundred etrokee. O ld,
foods fresh and soft O f course, the
de.id hxira muvt (»11 when new,
Many of those now prominent In the
apple must be changed frequently.
• • •
young ones take their plscee—eo
theatrical and moving picture world
• • •
As a matter of fact. Texas appear»
never be » la m e d by a few fal Ing,
etray hairs. 'T lx the he.lt'ay scalp
To clean parchment or paper lamp
to turn out major league players for
thst sheds them.
all positions. There la Rogers Horn«-
shades use wall paper cleaner. In case
• e e
York producers, fur example. George by from Winters; Gua Mancuso from
one has the plaited shades, remove the
Cohan was once a boy violinist; Sam Galveston; George Watkins front
A d v ic e o f G e n e ra l In te re s t
string and lay flat on table. The lamp
Harris, before he managed Terry Me
PaleHlIne; Art Whitney from San An
shades will clean beautifully and look
ALWAYS advocate bleaching hair
Govern, rnn a laundry; Morris Guesl
tonio; l.lo jil Brown from Beeville; I ’st
on the face before attempting to re-
• • •
faraw ay from Gordon; Tex Carleton more II. Msn.v women have found
was a manager of pugilist«
from Comanche; Sant Gray from Van Hist thia bleaching not only make«
Keep rubber bands In a tightly
chell Smith, the playwright, was a Alstlne; Fred Marherry from Street
the hnlrs lighter and lighter until
closed tin box. They keep very much
grain salesman. Al Wood was In Ihe mnn. and several more. Tex Rickard
gradually they are scarcely per-
longer than If exposed to the air.
spectacle business. t'hnrles ¡tilling
always nsed to take pleasure In re- repllhle, hot the hlearhlng also aervee
• • •
ham was a hotel elerk. and a boxer. counting I" me the number of athletes
In many rsar-s Io devitalise Ihe hairs
Joe and Nick Schenck were druggists
When you wish to make gravy or
Texas hnd produced
so Dial gradually they fall away and
soup with the water In which meat has
.0 P I J Bel, «viwtteate I — W S t'S .r v te *
further growth Is checked. Only It
been cooked, wring a cloth out In cold
the growth I* very heavy and appar
Now. we all know wlml a hall Is—we
water and strain the liquor through IL
W A Y T O E C O N O M IZ E
ent, therefore a cause of embarraa®-
have played with all manner of them
Ko grease will go through.
•nenl. should It he removed.
from Infancy np baseball«, footballs,
<C by th e A -e o e la te d N e w s p a p e r « )
( W N U S e r v ic e )
tennis halls—hut why should we call
Rope Jumping is a splendid sasv-
a darn ing party a "ball 7“
ctx»— providing hsart rn>l lungs are
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perfect. Otherwise, it is much too
The flrst answer that suggest* llsell
la that this must be a different kind
I f your physician sanctions It. by
of "bull"—one s|>elled and pmtmtineed
all means lump nnd aklp rope to your
the same bul meaning and rooted lu
hearts ronlent. Begin slowly and don't
lump for very long. Slop If you And
ter. When hot add a cupful each of
This, however. Is not the fact. Both
By J ean N ewton
yourself punting for breath. Skipping
okra and stewed fresh or canned toma
words are Identical and the allttsk-n
and Jumping rope brings practically
In the case of a dancing parly Is to
TA R T sauce that will be well liked tees. Cook fifteen minutes and add a
nil ihe muscles of the body Into play,
because It Is unusual, Is prepared cupful of fresh fish and half a cupful
W hy Do W s C a ll a Dancing
and II Is excellent to trim down flnhhl-
of ball with the dancing, derived from
aa follow*: Dissolve a tablespoonful of salt fish— mackerel for example.
P a rty a " B a ll” 7
nes* around the hips, buck and wnlat.
Cover and cook for twenty minute«
the game of ball played In church by
of powdered mustard in oae-half cup
It makes for more slia|»ely leg«, too.
longer and serve with cracker«.
HIS I* a question which must cer
the Dean nnd choir boys of Nnplet dur
ful of fish stock, add two tablesimon
Newlywed —Well, you can begin hj
Mutton W ith Spinach— llo ait a
Mnsssglng and molding movement«,
talnly have occurred to many of us Ing the Feast of Fools.
fuls of white wine vinegar, or any
making the bisculls lighter.
patting the akin and kneading II. help
who hnve an Inquiring torn of mind. I f l . t i l l . B r il S m ittc e te I — W N U Service.
vinegar will do, bring to a boll, add 'wo small leg of mutton, season well with
to bring s new supply of blood 1« tha
lemon slices and boll a few minute* a bit of garlic and plenty of salt and
surface of Ihe skin and this dears, re
longer, add two eggs which have been pepper. Add a small quantity of wa
builds and rejuvenate«. Tha akin of
beaten with a teaspoonful of water. ter In the roasting pan. When half
Ihe face, however. If much too sensi
Season with salt and pepper, heal cooked remove the meat and skim the
tive fur dry massage. The continued
gravy of all f a t Return the mutton
again but do not boll.
frldlon Without a cream nr oil would
Sauce Moussellne^—Tills Is another to the pan, surround It with small,
««in Irritate It. Dry mesange may he
good fish sauce. Beat two eggs, add even sized potatoes and cook, basting
done on upper arms, nnklea. thigh«
one cupful of thin cream, one table the potatoes until tender and brown.
back, hut even on these parte of the
spoonful of butter and pepper and Cook three pounds or less of spinach,
body dermatologist« and specialist* In
salt to taste, stir until It begins to drain and pass through a sieve. Re
mnsasge advocate using a cream such
thicken. When of the proper consist turn to the sauce pan and season with
aa lanolin or cocrut butler, or a lotion
ency. add a tablespoonful of lemon salt and pepper. Add a tablespoonful
of the gravy from the pan and aim
Juice and It Is ready for the table.
There are any number of effective
Fish a la Maraslllsa.— Chop Into fine mer until serving time. Serve the
deodorants on the market. I cannot
bits a small sweet chile pep|»er and spinach with the potatoes, about the
mention trade name« In thia column.
toss It about In a saucepan over the meat, and serve with the gravy In a
Choose one thst hsa a national repu
fire with a cupful of olive oil or but
( © ! » « . W estern N e w .p a p e r U n to « .,
tation and apply II exactly according to
direction«. It Is Important to remem
HAD PROVED IT
ber NOT to ttse a ileodnrant Iminedl-
ately after the removal of superfluous
Police Conduct School
hair from underarm* as the skin Is
Harrisburg. I ’* .—The Pennsylvania
usually quite senalllva fur a day <*
state police “keep school” each nlglit
two. After two or three days, me
on the trl-atate police teletype «)«■
deodorant may be used. These direc
tions will no doubt be Included with
The pupils are the municipal police
the preparation you purchase.
men In the station houses linked with
10. 1 1 » . Bell evm tlrats.»—WNU Servles.
the teletype transmission system In
New Jersey, New York and Pennsyl
Locomotives That “ Bond
ö / u e d &ro*i>nd
d f o y r ¿ o x .e s .
co m rft/e /e d -—
Lights of New York *ai
Aly N e ig h b o r
▼ Says: ▼ ▼
How It Started
Distinctly Modern Ideas Worked Out in These
Two Buildings for Chicago’s 1933 World’s Fair
The Bachelor—Are those Jokes true
■bout a woman'* pocket being hard
(whose wife hae
money»—Sure thing. I spent an hour
laat night trying to find my wife's
pocket. Can you lend me a ten «pot
old m anf
The lessons are Instruction In crim
inal law and criminal procedure coin
piled from the source of study given
the state policemen in their training
No examination* are conducted nor
grades given, bul result* are reported
as "satisfactory” both to teachers
Facing each other across the lagnwB of A Cenlury of Progress (Chicago's IWtfl World's Fair» are these two strlk
Ing structure«—the sickle-shaped electrical group on northerly Island and the ushuped hall of sclents
Building railway locomotive« larger
and larger Anally has made some of
them too long to go around «harp
curve« without leaving the trac«.
Now a British builder haa developed a
new type of locomotive built ln ,h r”
sections which enable« It to 'ben
around the sharpest of curve«.—<*P-