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I Star of Sociofy Fog#*—Mrs. John Roose I veil is the former Anne Clark, charming K voung member of prominent Massachusetts I family. Has been constantly in the public I eye -since her marriage. Frequent Hyde Park Visitor—On broad I lawns of traditional Roosevelt estate, she 1 pats “Sandy,” while “Scliean” looks down- * -ast. Modem Mansion—Mrs. Roosevelt glo riously poses in doorway of her mother’s fashionable Nahant, Mass., home. 1 But they both praise the NEW "SKIN-VITAMIN "care* a famous cream maker gives today QUESTION: How important is a good complexion to a girl who wants to go on the stage? ANSWER: “I’d say it’s one of the first require ments. Using Pond’s 2 creams has done a lot for me, I know. The Cold Cream is marvelous for removing stale make-up—it gets my skin clean and fresh. A healthy skin is so impor tant to me that I’m glad to be able to give it extra care—with ‘skin .Mtnmin’ in PnnH*S Cflld C. ream. QUESTION: Mrs. Roosevelt, do you give your complexion special care? ANSWER: “If ‘special’ means complicated and expensive—no! But I do use 2 creams. I’ve always liked Pond's Cold Cream for cleansing and softening my skin— and now it contains Vitamin A, I have a special reason for preferring it ” QUESTION: What do you do to guard your skin against sun and wind? ANSWER: “That’s where my 2nd cream comes in. When I’ve been outdoors, I always spread on a light film of Pond’s Vanishing Cream. This single • application smooths away roughness in no time!” QUESTION: Why arc you interested in having Vitamin A in this cream? ANSWER: “Because if skin hasn’t enough Vitamin A, it gets rough and dry. Vitamin A is the skin-vitamin.’ And now I can give my skin an extra supply of this important vitamin just by using Pond’s.” QUESTION: Does your work make you conscious of make-up effects off stage as well as on? ANSWER: “It certainly does. Everyday make-up should be glamorous, too. That’s why after cleansing and softening my skin with Pond’s Cold Cream, I always smooth it for powder with Pond’s Vanishing Cream. Then my make-up looks flattering all the time I’m out.’’ QUESTION: Do you find that your powder goes on more becomingly when you use two creams? ANSWER: ••Yes!—I believe in first cleansing and softening the skin with Pond’s Cold Cream. Then my second step is a ■ quick application of Pond’s Vanishing F| Cream to smooth away little rough- jo, nesses. That gives powder a lovely N soft look.” d •Statement* about the "•kin-vitamin" are baaed upon S medical literature and teat* on the akin of animate fol- ■ lowing accepted laboratory methods. Copyright. 1939. Pond's Extract Company ■ Backstage—Muriel Wright graduated ■ from Maplewood. N. J~ high school. Served ■ apprenticeship with Provincetown players I last summer. Just got her big chance in II road show of “Our Town.” ■ Between Rehearsals—Muriel often re- ~ taxed on picturesque Provincetown wharf. 5 Above, a litter of kittens has discovered her retreat. H For Her Scrapbook—Like every budding ^B player, Muriel eagerly collects clippings t B and pictures. Below, an amateur snaps her i Hi with boy friend. IviRIfnSld TAKE 2 EXCITING STEPS TO FLATTERY FOR THE COST OF ONLY ONE Thrilling Offer limited time only! Choose a flattering shade of Pond’s Powder FREE (generous box) with your purehase of a large-size jar of Pond’s Cold Cream. Two fa mous beauty aids for CHOICE OF the priee of one. Get 4 SHADES yours Unlay!