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Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - November 26, 1934, Oakland, California OAKLAND TRIBUNE MONDAY NOVEMBER 26 1934 M3 SOME time ago One meaning one of the other women in the wellknown usher story She was unselfish idealistic and hopeful that time would make her dreams come true The dreams To be the wife of the man she loved and have a baby or two 1 am the one say ng that she was unselfish and idealistic She merely told of her life The wife according to One T HIS letter allows me to comfortably on the fence Dear Geraldine May I have a word with W S H please Dear W S H Although I have never read a letter of yours in which you slated in so many words that you are or have been a Bible student your letters all give me the impression that you are and so I again why insult the poor dumb animals Oh piffle BUG as a name and a protector of his children These are some more of the an swers to that sort of problem First Boco Dear Geraldine I wish the girl who signed herself One of Them could read Dr Hardys book on problems of today the outgrowth of our present social revolution Grow ing pains of society she called them The book is called The Way All Women It might give her a little additional ballast for her outlook in fact I think it would It of Thems story was not fit for will answer you as one student to her job and so the husband stayed I another Before taking up this branch of theology that Wondering A D and I were talking of I too used to think of love and wisdom as attributes of life or rather of in telligence I did not at that time think of life as God much less of intelligence as God But after a careful earnest study of the Bible especially of the New Testa ment and much thinking on this subject I have come to the con clusion that my old way of think ing was wrong St John states In the be ts capably written Dear EmKayEss I could recom mend you highly for all occasions Thanks for the hand Smutual I think you are about right Here sit I a typewriter in one hand a cup of coffee in the other and I think Geraldines column is keen which seems to be the sum total of my cogitations The mental picture It is interesting I dont know but I think you do If you dont think your reasons out you have felt them out Reason enough for a woman not so I dont imagine scientific proof or reason is at all necessary to the full assimila tion of your experience The letter written by A Thin Man to Maiden in Distress was good A fine letter by a fine person I thought To some of the letters printed in the column Id like to fire OUR CHI LDREN BY ANGELO PATAf TT T THINGS T PI AT M A J1 E Women beautiful By MIGNON So often even the most careful tell me and while they us find that when we are about to go to a party everything seems according to Hoylo except for a tiny spot here and there on the come through the skin the sight of a red spot under the skin is cer tainly not attractive I have discovered that you can do I found a flesh colored liquid off a salute After being adopted by Aunty Sue if you are still short of family on the feminine side will you con sider my application I could sec you around often with pleasure Whatever you do the best of luck ANOTHER reply from a woman who believes in friendship Dear Geraldine In regard to the other woman I can say this much erhaps I dont need any credit I never had to have a man so bad that I would take another womans husband and I would not respect R man that would leave his family for no other reason than I would be afraid he would do the same by me vice versa I have a great many men friends that are good to me and respect me but I draw the line They have wives that arc friends of mine and why vamp the hus bands I have no desire for the men and if I should have way in the future me one whose wife has passed over the beautiful ftrivcr and that he was not the cause either I think this is the general opinion of most people Thank you for your time TRULY f 8 Before I fell headlong in love with a man I would want to be very sure he was not married i so forget him The best wny to treat the men is be sociable bu not serious So long Just a woman that has had her eyes opened in regard to the major ity of the socalled can even be called that T ginning was the Word and the Word was with God and the Word was God The word undoubtedly moans intelligence or wisdom It further states In Him the word was life and life was the light in telligence of man It doesnt seem 0 put one as an attribute of the ther unless perhaps it is to put ife in a sense as an attribute of visdom And can of course speak jf the love of love but the Bible tates plainly that God is Love John 4 8 and that loveth not knoweth not God for God is ove Also God is Love and he hat dwelleth in love dwclleth in od and God in him Jesus own words seem to me to JVOVD that love wisdom and life re one and that one God He said vhen healing disease I can of mine own self do nothing the ather that dwelleth in me He loeth the works and The words hat I speak unto you they arc Spirit wisdom and they arc life 1 is God that dwelleth in you We arc taught to believe that wis dom intelligence and love are something in the brain But that cannot be our limited sense of wisdom is far too large to ever e confined in such a small thing To me we dwell in wisdom or ite not it or they in us We have hern by reflection just as the sun jeam has light and warmth from he sun The sun is the light and he warmth Take for example radio or wireless telegraph It is said that two men in entirely dif ferent parts of the earth made the discovery at the same time It is also said that Kocallcd savages in remote South Sea Islands have for untold years used almost the same method ot communication over miles of water All of these thoughts or discov eries must have come from the same source We merely lop that source or use the thoughts of that vast intelligence Understanding is the hey hat opens the door to us And understanding is a well spring of life unto him that hath it You spenk of love as a desire to preserve life which sounds to me more like the fear of death But even this lower sense of love is as I said in my first letter on this sub the outward expres human expression of love It is not love itself but the reflec tion of love The last part of your letter was not written to me but could 1 humbly suggest that these ungod less ones copy our French cousins and call each other pigs dogs nnd goats very forcefully But then EVERYBODY DOES IT did ou buy for today Simon I had a sandwich and doughnuts and cake and dill pickle What kind of a sandwich Hot dog Now Simon You know how careful I am of your food and you go and eat an unbalanced lunch eon like that Why didnt you have some good soup and a salad and a piece of cake for your dessert I dont like soup and I get salad and soup at home alt the time I like a change You never give me a dog and a pickle and I like them They make you sick every time I dont see why they should make me sick Everybody eats them You havent everybodys stom ach You haveyour own and it happens to be a cranky one Im not depriving you of anything that does you good Im trying to build your body and keep you from being sick I always get lectured Every body else can do what they like but I have lo get a scolding about every little thing I did think that when I got into high school Id ho let alone a little Mother sighed and said no more At dinner that evening Simon nib bled his food There was no pleas ure in eating for him Soon after leaving the table he wont to his room Whats the matter asked father when the boy had left the room Ate the wrong kind ot lunch to day and I expect that he is going to be sick He cant eat hot dogs and pickles and get away with it but because some of the others can he thinks he can This is a common mistake of childhood and adolescence T h c herd instinct is strong in them and they feel they must do what every body else does wear the same clothes eat the same food play the same games But nature has made them different individual unique in some fcspccl or other One cannot eat certain foods another cannot attend games a sharp nervous reaction another cannot lose an hours sleep without suffering the next day Hach feels that there is no reason for suffering such a handi cap and each struggles lo ignore it and he like everybody else The result is often painful Wo have to struggle to teach them to adjust themselves lo their vari ous differences and to rejoice in their individualism If they have a weakness they also have a strength and protect the weakness and guard against its harmful ef fects It is very difficult to leach chil dren any such idea but if they did not need us we should not be in parental or school relationship to Co rner Intimate Chats Pertaining to the Home powder that does not cake on your face and hat spreads easily as if it wore slightly creamed Not be ing white it doesnt show and you can dust powder over it after it dries It is a good thing to use to cover a lew annoying freckles if you dont like them Always use a cream first before applying liquid powder or you might find that it is drying to your skin This particular one that I have used has proved en tirely satisfactory and not drying but I am never without a cold cream used as a base so that may be one reason why it worked so well You always wipe cold cream off with tissues of course before applying the liquid powder Another use for this liquid is to cover circles under the eyes If you have too many wrinkles it isnt quite as successful but if you are not too old you will find that this is a most satisfactory way of look ing less tired than you feel Tired circles arc never pretty They are not even interesting The powder is not expensive If you want to know where you can purchase an article men tioned In this column phono IViignon Oakland Tribune tele phone IiAkcsicle 6000 Please do not write unless yon live outside the city In which case enclose a stamped selfaddressed envelope Copyright 1034 for The Tribune Posed by Mariam Hopkins face or neck Sometimes an fool these pcsls by using a good condition of the stomach will cause these small blotchst and they are aggravating Sometimes they are caused by nervousness so physicians liquid powder Dont do this if you have a sore spot on your face This mind you only for brown spots or rod spots under the skin FASHIONS FAVOR First Spring hats with new shalr predecessors the oilcloth and patent TRIBUNE CLARICE PATTE PATTERN No 2561 With all the cachet of an cxpcn iiive model is this ndorable dress yet its really quite within the reach of even the amateur sewer For the master dress gold pat terned on bottle green wool crepe was used As you will sec for yourself this dress is loveliness and simplicity itself It has the soft flattering cowl neck and a most attractive skirt ar rangement Crepe silk or velvet would also be charming for this simple to make dress Style No 2561 is designed for sizes 14 IB 13 years 36 33 and 10 Inches bust Size 16 requires 3 yards of 39inch material with 1 yards of 35inch lining How to Obtain Clarice Patterns Write your name and address plainly including city giving the number and size of the patterns you desire Enclose 5 cents In stamps or coin wrap coin care fully for each pattern and address your envelope to Clarice Pattern Bureau Oakland Tribune Oakland Calif them We keep on patiently leach ing until they cnlch the idcn This sort of teaching like all other sorts must have strong roots m childhood Adolescent children will experiment with forbidden things but if they have been well set in childhood the right idea wins out before long Everybody give way to my self anrl the Individual begins to sen his own way clear Then he prows up Copyright 1031 fnr The Tribune MEXICAN TRAVEL SAFE FOIIT WORTH Highway travel without present hazards will bo possible next summer from the United States to Mexico City William H Furlong representative of the National Highway Direction of Mexico announced here Tem porary bridges across four major streams in Mexico will be com pleted before next summers tourist season he said DOGS ATTEND WEIXEStEY WELLESLEY now attend Wcllcsley College A Boston man has been engaged as instruc tor of blucbloocied dogs sent to the college Already 20 dogs have low crowns lower in front than in back have made their debut in New York with a showing of origi nal Paris models designed for American reproduction The Chapeaux designed by Schia parclli Agnes Suzy Hose Descat Molyncux Patou Gcrmainc Page Blanche Et Simone and Marlhe stressed these forecasts on advance Spring headgear may be worn either pitched over the right eyebrow or off the face are shallow sometimes as low as ono inch eye in front and rising from two to three inches in back brims are in again for resort wear am back on toques deep gurnet red navy blue nnd natural are outstanding straw colors are flat apd smooth or slightly roughened New Spring toques appeared in a modified pillbox shape shallow in front rising slightly in back and extending well clown over the curls at the back of the head Airplane wings of straw perched on each side of the crown or a motherof pearl flower tucked into left front were the favorite trims Many were worn with sheer black veils which filmed the eyes and nose and hung loose AH were worn well pitched over the richt the number is The pupils are fine points of matriculated and expected lo grow taught all the ciogdom GUESTS QUARANTINED NEW BRITAIN was a swell wedding local guests returned from Springfield Mass to learn they had been exposed in scarlet fever and would have to be quarantined Off the face haU however were worn well back of the forehead sometimes even far enough to re veal the hnirlinc They were gen erally designer witli threeinch brims rolling up in the front and shallow turneddown brims in the back Breton ton stepped out on the style stage One was trimmed with tiny green and white feathers thrust through the upturned brim another banded with ribbons of a contrasting color C 0 O Glass jackets And you wont need three guesses to know whose they invented or rather the sensational glass dress which she exhibited in her collection last August The glass jickets are an improve ment over the former process of weaving spun glass threads wilh fabric The result this time is much mnre malleable without losing any of its glistening Dresden china like 0 ft f Cork purses for wet weather are proving more popular than their leather ones The cork of course is dullsurfaced which is more pleasing at the moment and it can be tinted color in both pale and bright shades to blend or con trast wilh he ensemble it goes wilh Mclal gay clips or snaps or handles in bronze nickel or gold wash seems the choice for trim ming Here again monograms play an important part and are cither placed on solidly or left suspended by metal chains thongs ot leather or cords of silk 0 ft O As for hats Still they come and still one wonders how they ever managed lo gel themselves into the shapes they do The lalcst is named Chaste Lnciy nnd is a demure little bonnet with a Salvation Army brim thai leaves the crown just behind the cars and comes forward to tic under the chin If you remember the Merry Widow you will have a good idea of what Chaste Lady looks like The only other tendency at present is the undulating brim with a dip right in front over the forehead Schiaparelli has one that is flutlcd all around the edge like a large and crisp piecrust cf O f Glass bells are also the craze now in Paris They look something like isinglass but are actually of a bond age nonbreakable window glass usually in clear transparent strips rather than tinted for the color of the dress over which it is worn gives it the same shade O O 0 Feather wool is another novelty used for making suits and coats and it is named feather so as to give you a quick idea of what the wool looks Jikc Some of it so soft that you would probably think of the pinfeathers on a baby chick WINDING WAYS have been so beaten whites and iinally J recipes to give you that con cerned fruit cakes and steam mince I have hardly thought about the frozen puddings or des serts which might well be your preference for the Thanksgiving Feast So today lets consider these possibilities Somehow or other I cant disasso ciate Frozen Fruit Puddings or Nes selrode Pudding with Christmas so lets save them for that holiday time along with Frozen Egg Nog Instead how about a Frozen Heavenly Hash 2 bananas 2 oranges Va cup crushed pineapple 1 cup white grapes a cup sugar W cup water 3 eggs separated 1 lemon Peel and dice oranges and ban anas Cut grapes into halves Chill Boil sugar and water together 5 minutes Pour over beaten egg yolks Return to fire and cook until mixture stirring Add lemon juice cool and add fruits Fold in stiffly beaten egg whites Freeze Souffle Glace 4 eggs separated 1 lemon rind 1 tablespoon lemon juice cup sugar Vi cup wine jelly Vi cup hot water Pinch of salt cup whipping cream Beat egg yolks add lemon juice rind jelly water sugar and salt and cook until mixture thickens stirring constantly Cool Fold in fold in whipped cresm and freeze Or why not end up with thatt very unusual dessert Souffle Glace Pavlowa 1 pint heavy cream 4 eggs teaspoon salt cup sugar Ground chocolate cup maraschino Whip cream until stiff beat egg yolks until thick add sugar and maraschino continue heating and combine with cream Beat egg whites to a stiff froth and fold Into he mixture with as few strokes as possible Fill individual molds of paper cases with the mixture pil ing them an inch higher than edges cover tight pack in salt and ice and freeze Or pack in draw of mechanical refrigerator to until firm When ready to powder over with chocolate Angel Farfait cup sugar JA cup water 2 cups whipping cream 2 egg whites H4 teaspoons vanilla Cook sugar and water stirring until sugar is dissolved then with out stirring until it spins a thread Beat egg whites until stiff and add syrup slowly while continuing to beat Add flavoring and cream which has been beaten until thick but not stiff Freeze in desert tray or in paper cups without stirring at quickest freezing point For a Pastel Parfait tint thirds of the mixture pink green and yellfcw partially freezing the first layer for adding the second Decorate the top with maraschino cherries cut in strips THANKSGIING DINNER Here are extradelicious ice cream Thanksgiving specials that help make that important difference between an ordinary dinner and a Thanksgiving dinner Make yom selections now for a real Thanksgiving dinner A most attractive quilt may be fashioned from patches copied from this pattern in lovely prints com bined with unbleached musHn or of some other plain material A lovely quilt may also be made using two plain colors instead of printed am plain materials Pink and blue orange and green rose and orchid make a pleasing com bination making the borders of harmonizing colors Silk patches that blend with the color scheme of the boudoir will make a luxurious quilt but rather expensive This pattern is from Quilt Book No 1 which contains six other pat terns For your copy send 10 cents in stamps or coin to Quilt Bureau the Oakland Tribune Be sure to ask for Book No 1 Adam de la Hale composed the first comic opera in the thirteenth century LOS ANGELES Upr Ncvesi Most Centrally Located Downtown Hole THE MAYFLOWER 535 SOUTH GRAND AVE Btlutcn Slh irtdflh Street mtti LIDRAKV PARK OUTSTANDING INNOVATIONS No Exlca Chargo for Two Occupying iKo Sarrm Rooml Delinito Published Hnlonl You dont hare o bargain For Double Bod Twin Bed fioomi wholhor occupied by one or two perHoni Ihn rQtoit inn ROOMS 132 ROOMS js ROOMS All roomi exposure and all art wilh lub shower or com bination tub nnd ihow GOLDEN STATE THANKSGIVING PUDDING Its made with inarshmallow nut ice cream red luscious frozen strawberries and tastetempting vanilla ice cream It is the perfect dessert to top a Thanksgiving dinner LIFE Cnpvrtaht IIKM for The Tribune By F OTltainc F OX i r 5 2561 CUT OUT ALONG THESE LINKS CLARICE PATTERN BUREAU OAKLAND TRIBUNE Oakland Calit Enclosed find for which please send patterns as listed Name Street City State Print or Write Plainly OUT ALONG THESE Here js a frozen dessert thats ensy to make yet festive enough to climax any meal 1 cup sugir 1 cup water 3 egg whites stiffly beaten 1 teaspoon vanilia V CUP Ghirardcllis Ground Chocolate 2 cups whipped cream Cook sugar and water until a small amount of syrup forms a soft ball in cold water Pour syrup in fine scream over egg whites beating constantly until mixture is cool Fold in blended chocolate cream and vanilla Pour into mold or freezing trays let stand 3 to 4 hours Serve in parraic glasses and top with whipped cream This makes about quartsparfait CALIFORNIA FRUIT BASKETS The most luxurious and un usual of all the Thanksgiving delicacies Ice cream fruits and lowers all flavored with genu ine crushed fruits in a dainty basket of luscious ice cream SARAH BERNHARDT FROZEN PUDDING Oranges and selected straw berries genuine apricot mousse and other fruits delicately fla vored with the finest of rum make this one of the most pop ular ice cream puddings Turkey Pumpkin and Other Ice Cream Molds These individual ice cream molds come in assorted flavors De licious Unusual table decorations Ask for the Turkey Pumpkin Morn of Plenty Corn on Cob A wide variety of other special molds made to order OTHER THANKS GIVING SUGGESTIONS vember Bulk SpecialFrozen Fruit Cake Ice Cream Remember for home delivery One of the newest delicacies is place your order 24 hours in Golden State Pecan Roll rich advance of the desired delivery vanilla ice cream raspberry time for all Thanksgiving Spe iihcrbct center rolled in pecans dais They will be delivered Umm Theres cranberry ice to carefully packed in dry ice No serve with your turkey And orders can be accepted for de the two November specials livery after 9 am Thanksgiv The November Special Brick ing Day Place your order now Frozen Fruit Cake Cranberry Call your Golden State Ice and Macaroon Bisque No Cream dealer or FREE New short cuts in baking and tlcSicH making Simply addreif D G O M P A N L T D
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