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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - November 13, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              CHESTER TIMES CllESTBtt PA MONDAY NOVEMBER 13 IMS NINE Varied Interests of Women and Their Beauty Hints By Gladvs Glad Over In certain parts of the Orient henna dyes are used very extensively Orients women however do not use these dyes on their hair alone but also on their fingertips They believe that no woman can be truly alluring unless her slim white hands have enchantment And so they are always very careful of the appearance of their fingertips However no matter how slim and white a gals hands are theyll never appear enchanting if the nails that accent them are ragged and poorly shaped And Ive found that women who do their own manicuring often show poorly shaped nails because they do not give much attention to the sort of file they use to do the shap ing If youve ever had professiona manicures youve probably noticed that the files used by manicurists are long flexible ones And such files arc without a doubt the best for filing and shaping fingernails There are two reasons why thi type of nail file should be adopted In the first place it give a better leverage and the grip lha HOUSEHOLD ARTS JjrooKs Daily Short Story FROSTING FIRST OR LAST By MAE LOUISE KOSTHK Hi MARY RAYMOND von to hn moVnr our wLsh It is one P Early queried Glenn poking n redthatched head around the door of the tiny apartment which Alice shared with a girl friend Perfectly punctual Alice didnt look up Bubbles seemed to burst In j Glenns heart und pull away his breathing s he watched her in thnt j ridiculous frill of an apron inr him He hoped fervently that this one had turned out as dislrcd Others several others hadnt Glenn loved that firm Uttli rounded chin but Alice was quite as firm as her chin No amount of coaxing could change her determination not to marry Glenn until she had learned to cook Up until a year ngo she didnt oven Have you ever seen a Pineapple you just start at the center patch and have to comb her own hair Then Quilt all done and burned with envy I keep sewing round and round and crash the family fortune vanished because it didnt belong to you j before you know it the block is done much to her surprise rhe found Here is your opportunity to gratify In Jhis Pattern 5008 you will find j herself holding a job Glenn had PuicapfU 5008 the colonial symbol for ity What is more this quilt design is very easy to make Nearly all the patch pieces are the same width so you can cut your material into strips and then just snip it off to the right size Then when the pieces are cut curate m thu aimpuig ui yum 111110 i n Liimi And in the second place as this type I of file is very flexible it helps you to make prettier ovals than a stilt file would It is difficult with a stiff short file always file in a straight line and tend i to produce those pinpoint nails that went out of style years ago Also with the short unpliable file it is diffi cult to reach down the sides of the nails very effectively whereas the flexible file curves into the sides i of the nails and smooths the rough edges without altering the shape de sired When the wrong type of file is used women sometimes find it necessary to own this handsome the Block Chart an illustration of UVGCCi that if shed marry him shed of the oldest colonial the finished block In actual size j hmi herself cooking just as shell know the pineapple showing contrasting fabric found herself working But somehow rately drawn pattern pieces an she never seemed to hear with the car lustration of the entire nullt three i lie whispered that into She kept right color schemes stcpbystop directions j on cooking throwing H runvy and say for making the quilt and exact yardj ing no HlGIN UEKK TODAY BOH WESTON son of a mil lionaire fulls in love with JOAN WAKING prcUy Memphis girt He lius ruim1 to Memphis in con nection ullh a now textile ownril by his father HAHHAKA COURTNEY society Id is scluminir to win film uvay from Juan Iiuiiun In oriltT tu show Juan at a disadViiiiliiKtt Invites her In a house party at which nli is ulsn a sucst Harbarns pin us arr successful loan is 111 at case so ninny stiitngprs INSIs iulventures pile ami finally when she hears sevcrnl Kills openly orlllcizliifr hrr sbn tleoUUvs to leave Hie IIOUKK partv and drive home with JIM WAUF1EIU who iulniiro JUT A month passes with no wont from llob Then one iliiy on the street Joan meets Hob with Har hnra and an olcicr man NOW GO ON WITH Tine STOKY CHAPTER XVI Joan fumbled blindly with the lock 1iil plciidrii Joan Dont you Mart Joan Im no child Im It years old I know Eighteen Im sick ami tired ofJerry For reMer liill wiis suyinu I nucss 1 VLIS fooled HS mtUli us uiiyoiu1 at first liut hos no com Atmisliu himself KolthiK 11 kid iinht Pats face wont scarlet Her eyes Johns unhappily Mf aria in Mar til im Pattern age rqeuiremenls Price of pattern j ten 10 cents Send vour order to Chester Times Ciendeoings Health By Loffzin Clcndcning M D What if she said no this Glenns heart seemed to part in the center to let an icecube through She couldnt say no today because the company was sending him to Argentina Saturday He wouldnt be of her car frightened by the tumuli self Joan Hills uuikitu a mountain out ot iiothluy Bonnof Jerrys friends threw a parly und I took a u little onel Hill liiUKhed iuiltheily I KUCSX it was n little one Two or iluvo little strung ones thnt knocked vou out cold right Joan said Jerry isnt any good PJense Joan 1 wont have IxKiy IntcrforiiiR in my uilnirs Theres Jerry now At the door she HUHR buck never saw sucii a family Id like1 to spank her Hill said I I know Hut u wouldnt do any t Pat feels grown up I guess j to find out things for hor j Afterward thosn words were to come back to Joan Youve brcu drinking Pat told Jerry as ho assisted her Into the car of her emotions A voice called Here me She turned quickly and faced Bob Too much He helped her into the car then Now little stood by the still open door Joan wished unhappily thnt she had home with thorn Prudence dont start If go with him Youre adorable he long She ter change into s whispered you go You A Japanese physician JDr Na 6j a village among the hills 7 vil his voice husky from the fears in his j your friends own thinking That dress makes you Havent lime Jonn had answered iiuo A conciliatory attitude I want to warn such women not to cut at the sides of the nails below the whether this point where they leave the flesh It is I countries but kayama has reported on the lage on an isolated Island 8 town search he has been conducting on j jn a level country the causes of longevity and how to old ae It is difficult to say look like a lea rose only twice else before Pat did not reply trying to control meet imnp of lur aho more mm some ot UKl mon lhU Jmy lhc i upper luuul Slu hail slipped lately Unto a conciliatory attitude She as would 1 meet breezing around herself for thU iJ browsing i Youvechanged a lot she in She was wearing I u loilo Youre not the same a harmful practice and may eventu ally broaden the nails and blunt the fingertips Choose a long flexible file always and youll have no difficulty in io cities U large cities sister Kitelien s here are his He sent cards are more than 80 years of age From his replies he deduces thai living in attaining smooth Veilshaped nails cities decreases the life span and found most classes least numerous are in the ANSWERS TO QUERIES morp roVi thin i upper classes Most in the middle classes next Alice produced a cake dotted thick had turned bright and sunny with the numerous are the lower with pecans he leaned over and kissed cnpriciousncss of spring weather and The said were youre the party youd better M T D The pure lanolin should are found IIP used In removinc it cold cream spaside villa the face and then wipe oft the grease j island near her Perfect he declared the sun had brought warmth THe ooiit bo sillv nulcHv You lost of them were Which asked Alice with a little dark crepe had seemed hot and heavy know Im aRoodsport daughter The ma smile that shouldnt have looked i before she had reached the business unil pu rili IM ll HllUlltlll MIL 11 she was acutely conscious that was unbecomingly dressed that had been talking like Bill and Joan It must have irnaicci him All right then Jerrys right hand IN ifi TO so Complete Diagrammed Marian AInrtiii Srw Chart Included DOfiS Women who have figures to dis cipline will find tho new styles smart j and fluttering A good example Is model sketched today with soft Guilfeertsoii OWL Contract By Ely Culbertson Worlds Champion Player and Greatest Card Analyst t j joys longevity words which I find They remind me j that export job materialized unex fill grooming aware too that just in a little bit of the old one about it pectcdly We are leaving for Argenthe background was Barbara us ex seems longer I am not sure tina Saturday quLsitely fresh in her spring suit as whether Dr Nakayama means that Alice ignored his remarks Rippling the flowers she was wearing an unmarried person seldom is long a little laugh she Didnt you 1 After all those weeks of longing lived or that an unmarried person like the asparagus here was Bob standing close beside nooc onvtso 862 TAKING CHARGE OP TH15 DEFENSE should not make us think that it is im immediately hast proper for one played the seven of hearts on partner to Wests Kius encouraging a heart take charge i continuation therefore W e a t dutifully of the defense played the Queen of hearts and Usually the now East was satisfied that tlio correct line of j heart suit had fulfilled its mis play necessary to defeat a contract is quite obvious to one player it cannot be to his part In these cases it is possible lor him to show bis partner the proper course to pursue bv a beautiful system of Inferences rhich so to make up the partncr ner sion and that a shift was indi cated for the third trick so played the eight of hearts refut ing the encouraging inference by failing to reverse the order ot his discards Wests shift at this point is obviously through Dum mys short diamonds rather than thwugh the long club suit On a diamond lead South could do nothing but finesse since the Ace t i ehip language ot play The iast Tiliver in the band I have chosen jo diBcuKlon today was able to their King of before of spades represented a sure en try for East and West to cash determine tho ftxact sequence of plays he and his partner should make as soon as he saw the Dum my and be found that by dis carding in a certain way he could convey inferences to West vhich assure guidance of Wests play into the correct channels North Neither side vulnerable 4 10 7 S y J 5 5 0 A 5 A A Q J 6 4 A S 2 the club suit could afford the two discards which would be neces sary to eliminate finessing East took the King of diamonds and his Ace of spades represented the setting trick Only this eiact sequence ot plays could have defeated the contract ami it is Interesting to note how clear East was able to make the situation to his partner TOMOUROWS HAND If North Is playing a contract of three notrump ami West has been permitted to hold the first lead with the heart King what return should he make and why South Dealer Neither side vulnerable It wasnt bad he said lightly i her and Jean wishing wildly that the j gome time lafr tiiev turned into wishing hed had sense enough to eatearth would open suddenly and it Why worry about the sidedish The rest was perfect The rest replied Alice slowly low her How have you been Joan Fine How have you been person seldom has a good time when he is long lived From what I know about It I would be inclined to believe the ormer Ke must mean the former Most of the people interviewed were agricultural workers Govern nent officials seldom enjoy longevity Most old people have a normal conj She was suddenly in his i tingulshed elderly man jtitution but some are overweight arms and from the sound under his father and few are slender A tall man lives i left ear weeping into his collar Its nice for you to have your ong but a short man does not Sevi Glenns heart felt like an fat her with you only per cent of them have a express to the basement j Yes its great But hes a hard The tears vanished with kisses but taskmaster Believes in keeping j my girl j They wre leaving the city behind line car moving swiftly now along a i dark highway Where are we going Pat asked Youll be surprised Some place youve never been before a broad driveway flanked on each side by trees Through more trees lights flickered like lirefllcs in the davkucss The sound of music came came from the delicatessen I spoiled All right Busy Ill be busier j fajnUy Soon the flickering lights cverything except the i now that Dad is here So the disj mcrpcd into p blaze of color the faint s ITS music into a blare of sound Moan vokc To sinus slender sleeves carry hilliiess litlow the elbow and are gntliored into u MB hi cuff Satin mossy und faille are excellent fabrics to black berry eel grey plum licorice brown and deep ircen rre flattering shades to most everyone Pattern OGliB may be ordered only IK sixes 3R 3B in V2 46 415 and 511 Size 3G requires yards 39 inch fabric Send FIFTEEN CENTS In coins or stnmps for EACH ing saxophones the whine oC violins MARIAN MARTIN pattern Be sure When a stew is properly made It Is onu of the most satisfying and nourishing foods that can be served to u hungry family Hut when un usual flavoring colorful garnishing inviting serving are added It Is attrjutivc enough to please the most fastidious laslc We iiae iill kinds of meat for stews even to leftovers Beef veal lamb mutton pork ham fresh and Milted lish bdiii infinite variety to tin onctiine plebiim stew Dumplinis add distinction to all stews but particularly to veal stew lainii stew gains much from cnnntvl peas A savory combination of onions riumcd tomiilops and maca roni makes a stew made from rem nants of cold roasts pleasantly ap TOMOKltOWS MENU UttUAKlAHT Apple sauce cereal civnni broiled cottaKe luuii curnmcnl muflhis mar mnlndi milk coffee LUNCHEON Black bean soup croutons tomato salad mil rolls milk tea DINNER Veal stow with dumplings Chinese cabbage MI lad cranberry tapioca pud ding milk coffee policing Carrots provide color when other meniis of garnishing are not at hand A few mushrooms give tha final touch to any stew that makes a real feast out of plain fare Re member that dried mushrooms can be sustained when fresh ones arc not at Inn id VfalSttw One and onehalf pounds lean veal 3 medium sized potatoes 1 cup smull whole mushrooms cup I Khicddcd sweet green popper U onions teaspoons sail i teaspoon pepper 1 cups boiling water ilour Trim fni from meat and put into a frying pan over a low fire until fab is tried out Remove crisp crack lings Cutthe meat in small pieces and roll In flour Urown with onion cut in thin slices in the hot fat In the frying pun Turn into a deep sauce pan or keltic Pour boiling water into frying pan and then pour over meat Cover closely and simmer for two hours Add potatoes pared and cut in neat dice suit and pep per shredded sweet pepper and mushrooms and cook 30 minutes longer It may he necessary to add more water during the cooking period but there should be i cups water over the stew when vegetables are tender Thicken the stew with 2 tablespoons flour stirred to a smooth paste with wliter after ths dumplings have been coolced 1 Dumplings One and onehalf cups flour S teaspoons baking powder teaspoon salt about cup milk or water Mix and sift lour salt and baking powder Add milk slowly cutting 1C in with a knife Drop from tip of spoon into boiling stew Cover the kettle closely and boil gently for 12 rame They go to bed early and rise late They have generally led a quiet life They have followed no system of dict They are not par ticular about what theyeat Half of them are drinkers but the women are all nondrinkers Dr Nakayamas conclusions are In order to live long one should live in the country or on a plateau The standard of living should be that of the middle classes staccJnto notes of a piano to re iliinl voir A party Pat queried Whos j DRESS the STYLE NUMBER and j Remove to Riving It She asked ns Jerry did of each pattern ADi mimltcs without lifting the cover neither shelllike ear in its aura of everlastingly at i Then irrelcvi dusky curls would listen to Argentina antly Theres smut on your cheek j house not reply Dont be absurd Its road Alices mouth twisted Once she Joan said I overheard a conversation in Joan brought out her vanity case QUESTIONS FROM READERS H E R Please tell me the cause of the nervous disease called shingles Answer It probably is an infec tion although the exact germ re sponsible has not been isolated which you declared can openers were the first step to the divorce court Remember But Glenn wouldnt listen this time He caught her hands tightly Just because this dinner went phooey is no sign another will Try again Try Now This is a matrimonial crash Lets lick it His eyes were close and Alice had caught some of their eagerness when and carefully wiped off the little dark smudge adding an extra touch I wont go in Pat said firmly Ail right Dont Ill take you home It was what Pat termed Jerrys dangerous tone Ill leave hot platter and keep wnrm while making the gravy Put OF THE 1stcw not over dumplings MARIAN MARTIN PATTERN f niul serve at once HOOK shows nil the new style high lights This book will guide you to n distinctive wardrobe at SEND FOR IT TODAY little cost PRICE OP was t yOl conic bnck alone You wouldnt er powder to her nose Bob smiling a little Chin high unhappy eyes turned certainly I would Ive ho time from him Joans slim tanned hand for a prudc He was beginning to moved toward the gears Goodby Glad I saw you Goodby Bob He closed the car door It turn the car Pat with n look at his set face said slowly All right Ill go in W3S I And mind you behave Jerry said he asked suddenly Is a cake hard to conversation like a period concluding the brief Tm tircci ofVnese tantrums PATTERN HOOK FIFTEEN CENTS Address all orders to Chester Times Pattern Department Chester Pa make I never tried but Im sure they are Jean backed the shabby old cir A TflHME HARNESS FARMINGTON N the same day Mrs Errol S Hall wife of the former county solicitor of Straf ford County announced the marriage i engagements of all three of her i daughters Special Service Bureau Kuom 305 1U Eighth Ave New York N Y Enclosed find ten ccnU for which pcass send me one copy of 50 DESSERTS by Sister Mary Name Street City The bidding South west North East Pass ji 2C Pass Pass sj Pass Pa5S Pass West opened the Kins of hearts East knew that Dummys club suit was solid iind would afford discards for any losers South might have for even though West might hold the King of clubs it would be trapped by wuccessfnl flnessft West was The hand will be discussed la Your CMldrein By Olive Roberts Barton into the street conscious of every i Lets try one now and if its okay rattle and turned its nose toward well say its written in the stars j Union glad to become a part of mov all signs Mrs Glenn lnS traffic She was glad it put clis will learn to cook in Argentina i lance between her and the place that i There was a breathless moment of witnessed her humiliation She Hooking into her eyes then they were drov khndly almost without seeing in the kitchenette exploring shelvestlle Bhts of cars that flashed past i There she checked carefully with i or hearing the familiar creaks and There she checked carefully with j Our greatest curse is paying too much attention to what people think for an i ralr to caught We make any sacrifice to the great r1 RO hetold her stealin a ikc tlat when she was looking her j god Many of our homes j flourdabbed kiss and get the worst tired wearing a wintry frock are ifnot actually whited sepulj icense chres at least one color on the out side and another inside i motherd made cakcr hed pilfered cookbook Now go away and i fouryearold car her hair slipping carelessly out from under the dark beret It wasnt fair All the wav to the license bureau JMi VVJ 1 he was remembering cakes Cakes his for Barbara to have been with Bon a t motherd made cakcr hed pilfered picture of spring freshness ana wear Think it overisnL almost the from pantrv windows He saw one hs flowery Evidently they were closest thing to our hearts the desire a bakcshop window three lavcrs with Bomg to the Carhon for dinner A j to create an impression with our crinkled frosting It looked neighbors jcated On the way bck with the i Naturally we have a certain pride maYriafe license in his hand he and we also cherish a strong feeling stopped again eying the cake resent for privacy both admirable und forfuliy One no bigger than that he givable enough at most times But when they begin to interfere with the truth honesty and direct living then they are costing too much and cease to be virtues thought might send him to Argen tina for two unbearably lonesome years He suddenly hated all cakes Back in front of the apartment lo shifted front one foot to the other One of the many tolls they take is Half an hour more to wait It couldnt and Barbara and father Joan was on the familiar old street now grown dear through long asso ciation A moment later she was out of the car and flying up the walk Once inside the gloomy hall she leaned against the door fighting tears getting command of herself before entering the living room The door opened and Mrs Waring came into the hall Joan dear Is the selfrespect of our children And do anv harm to sniff outside the door Darlins Copyright 1S3S Ely Culbertson The Childrens Corner warns his son if Mr Jones says j the oven He found a note on the js tunuB it anything about the car tell him I table Glenn dear it read the lr c just hurt my foot and cant drive it j cookbook says it should bake forty i Dd you see nvone voii Or Mr Smith is doing her own minutes Ive set the alarm and am j washing Mary if Mrs Jones says resting Glenn snatched up the clock j pals n dressing to co out anything tell her Eliza is sick and i and praying she wouldnt notice set it j T CHed for her but she Inci let I wont have anyone else about I back ten minutes He swept the debris j Children hate these lies always think of them as allies that they too are senstlve about money scarcity As a matter of fact they are we make them so 1 Lean times have had one good re j suit they have made us a brother Yet we froiri the oven into a newspaper and es that dashed out On the way to the bake shop he tossed it behind a billboard Half an hour later he held his breath while Alice opcnert the oven I the office Mrs Waring bent to the fire stir ring it with old brass poker With her head back against the cushioned chair eyes closed Joan heard the affectionate voice rambling on She The Birthday list will be published in the Childrens Corner of this pafic every Saturday Cou pors must reach ihe Chester Times Office by Wednes day noon to guarantee publication same week If you are between the ages of 5 and 12 years fill out this coupon today and mail it to the Chester I Times Chester Pa Your name will be placed on I our membership roll and will be published i door There on the rack was a three he warmth of the fire grate layer cake with white crinkled frost Uny hood in trouble It is not as impor ing i tant today what Mr and Mrs Jones j Perfect he cried holding her j After a while words pricked throuph think as it was a few ysars ngo We i close i her detachment Im worried about I nrc pretty sure that the Joneses too i it was Saturday anri they were her mother was sayim I dont sleep any too well Islanding on the top clock of a liner didnt mention it before became you i But the habit has been rather i watching New York sag irregularly seemed so troubled yourself doir But deeply set and in spite of the crum into hazeflung sunset Glenns arm j pa s not happy bling of faise standards we cannot was about her and her scarlet bcrat Not happy Joans eyes flew open Tn Bn Continued DONTBESOUPSfcT DEAR WHAT DIFFERENCE DOES T MAKE HOW WHITE THE CLOTHES ARE J I WAS SO ASHAMED THIS MORNING MY s NEIGHBORS WASH WASl S SHADES WHITER J THAN MINE SHE PROBABLY SLAVED ALL MORNINGI WOULDNT WANT YOU TO WORK SO HARD DONT JNDERSTAUD 4 NEXT DAY THE crijcinie cue SHE OH NOSHE WAS UHrn SMC WHi THROUGH HOURS AHEAO OF THE MYSTERIOUS PART MUST TUV IT SURE llLTELL YOU I USE RINSO IT GETS CLOTHES WHITER THAN ANY SOAP IVE EVER Name Address Date of Birth seem to get away from its evils Mary goes out in Cousin Lous winter coat She doesnt mind wear ing the coat so much as she minds parading around in false colors Her mother tells her to say it was one she fixed up By that time Mary hates the coat and everything about it more than ever Whose pride are we trying to or ours Why not say to Mary Just explain to the girls snuggled against his shoulder Glenn dear she murmured in a fessingup voice You dont know how near I came to spoiling that pretty crinkled frosting The recipe didnt say whether to put it on be fore baking or after and I almost didnt put it on Wasnt it queer though she added that it came out white when I made chocolate A tinkling sound like a smothered laugh Why Mother I hadnt noticed Juan its these parties she goes to with Jerry Well lots of girls take cocktails Joan said slowly Im sure Pat will always be sensible No dear she isnt sensible Once while you were away she had to stay away irom work Oh Joan it was terrible Pat Iosinp her too made Glenn search the velvet of her much Oh that was unthinkable MY ARE HOW I was born on IV MonthDayYear Name of Father or Mother that Loii snt the coat if they ask jcyes They were sparkling but a tear joiin thoueht that she must have a you A good many of them have coals across her cheek talk vih Pat like that Youll all feel better if you I saw that mess she whispered She parted upstairs then qmckencu I tell the truth i and hid because I couldnt face you her steps as she heard angry voices And if Mary wants to continue But if youd take thnt much trouble The scene that followed was to live wearing her own clothes what is the to cover your wifes blunders well I in Joans memory She heard Bills difference if she prefers them to thought that if it didnt matter furious voice and saw Pat her face Cousin Lout handsomer ones whether the Jrostuig came first or flushed above the green dress sway We lay too much stress on outside people think about our possewsions and income WR make children unhappy in a hundred ways by so doing She didnt finish she Glenns lips were against hers Fraud he whispered Two frauds whispered back j ing a little like a flower bending under couldnt j a rouph wind You can abuse me all you like Bill Ill do as I please and theres nothing you can do about it NEIGHBORS SNOWY CLOTHES NO MYSTERY NOW SEE WHITE WINE ARE TOO TTERES a only to wash clothes 4 or 5 shades JLJL to make them last 2 or 3 times longerl Soak them in Rinsos suds 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