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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, RICHMOND, IND., THURSDAY, OCT. 12, 1922.
by Marion Robincam
In life even more than in fiction,
people often work at cross pu' poses
and make a muddle of days and weeks
that might pass happily with mutual
So with George and Gloria,
And so was Pan deceived.
Gloria was in a curious mood. Pan
had never known her to react in any
usual manner before. When the aver
age woman is worried half to death
she is irritable or depressed or on thu
edge of tears.
When Gloria was worried, she flew
to an excited gaiety, false of course,
but most deceptive. When she was
tired and things were going wrong,
she went from occasional bursts o"
temper into an exaggerated patience
It was never Frankie's naughtiness
that annoyed her, his pranks and dis
obedience amused her, his little im
pudences made her laugh. She grew
impatient now and then over a long
period of angelic godness on his part
over the days when he preferred a
book and the couch to play, when he
was good to the point of meekness.
"I want a tomboy, that's my trouble,'
she apologized once when she told him
sharply to be a real boy and go out
and play with his friends.
But Gloria these days had the nor
mal reactions of the most ordinary
sort of woman to everything that hap
Frankie's "I'm a run away locomo
tive, mother," accompanied by shrieks
as piercing as only a small child can
make them, brought a sharp:
"Stop that Frank, or I'll send you to
This rebuke so astonished the boy
that he forgot his locomotive entirely
and retired to play mouse and cat with
himself in the next room.
Pan went to the hotel phone and
called for tea. Gloria laughed then
"Are you going to soothe me with
hot drink and food? I am a cross
patch today, Pan as usual, you're an
angel. I suppose I'm tired and I'm
wretched too. Did George 6ay he was
Pan fcaid yes for George was
around every evening and often fov
dinner as well.
"Darling George! My tempera wor
ry him, I'll try to be decent by the time
he comes. I don't know what any of
us would do without him."
"George is awfully in love with you,"
the eirl observed. She wondered if
Gloria would tell her anything about
"Is he?" And Gloria laughed. "He's
certainly never said so. I'm afraid I've
known George too long and too well
for him to fall in love with me. He's
much more likely to fall madly in love
with you, darling. You're his type "
"With me,? No, he likes clever peo
ple." "Oh does he? He also likes to b
much the cleverer of any cleverest.
And he adores ordering people around
oh, he does it nicely, of. course, but
he does it just the same. I find even
myself falling into the way of taking
directions from him it's fatal, we, all
do it more or less. George likes the
soft sweet, yielding type of woman
vou're tvDe. Pan. I shouldn't be in
the least surprised if he wasn't already
a little smitten.
Her quick eyes searched Pan's face
for any sisn. But Pan was simply in
earnest when she said quickly,
Oh no. I know better.
"Well, you are awfully young, of
course though there's only 11 year."
difference between you. George seems
a bit older, you a bit younger than
your real years. !
"He thinks I'm still in love with '
"I know. Of course that would put
a man off, though we've all assured
him you've quite forgotten Morton.
Lord. Pan, what a different person you
are from the scared labbit who cam3
to live with me last winter."
"I know, it's all due to you and a
little to Georpe." !h? girl answere.i
and touched Gloria's hand lightly for
a moment. "I feel as though the sun
came out last winter for the first time,
and bean to warm me through. Be
fore that, everything was dark anl
damp, and chilly, and every face i
threatening thunder cloud."
She went on,
I don't know what I'd do without
you. But George says you're apt to
marry I shouldn't go back to the old
l;f I'd get a position in the city "
"So George is having me married is
he?" Gloria was quick to resent.
"In view of everything that's hap-
By Edna Kent Forbes
ened, he's a little quick with
udgment. But even if I should,
and I don't intend to now, I'll tell you
that even if I should, you must stay
with me. If you need me for my men
tal stimulation, I need you for the
physical comfort you give me and my
home and the care you take of Frank,
who adcres you, and for the mass Oi
details and worry you save me."
That was Pan's reward and all tne
reward she wanted.
That was her niche in life, to serve
others. And she had found it with
Gloria, she was satisfied or thought
she was. She wanted Gloria happy
even if she married George-
BROKEN HEART Your letter con
tains a sentiment found in many com
munications. Your unpopularity prob
ably rests in yourself. Surely your
personality does not appeal to the
boys and girls of your community.
Examine yourself to see if you are
spiteful and envious, or if you can
find no good in others. Often a cor
rection of one's own faults will resuH
in the winning of the friendship o
others. If the young man to whorr.
you refer does not love you, you ought
not to try to force yourself upon him.
If vou like to dance, learn the art.
GIRL It seems to me it would be
more satisfactory to pay a3 much for
your board and room as you woulJ
haye to pay elsewhere and to ask for
the" privilege of having your room
alone. Probably your mother woulc
have to sacrifice one of her roomers.
but she might be glad to do so in
order to keep you at home. You real
ly ought to have more privacy, but you
cannot expect it for fo.00 a week. 1
should think it would be more 6at
isfactory to pay a little more and to
let your mother buy clothes for her
self and your sister.
Yes, you are old enough to make
your own decisions. Without argu
ment do what you think to be for the
best. Of course you need recreation
and if you cannot have that and live
at home, you are justified in finding
a home elsewhere.
Look for the lovable and human
side in the people you consider
"trash." They too are God's children,
and just as worthy of consideration a?
you are. Don't be snobbish. If you
are really better than your surround
ings it will be because you have great
er love and compassion than thoso
around you, not because you work in
an office and wear fine clothes.
A COLD CREAM FORMULA
M old readers will be familiar with
the formula for cold cream which I
am giving today, but perhaps among
my new readers there are some who do
not know this and who would like to
make it. It is easy to make and the
best cleansing and nourishing cream
that I know.
Rose water 4 ounces .
Almond oil or olive oil ..4 ounces
Spermaceti 1 ounce
White wax .1 ounce
Benzoin 1 drachm
If you use even a moderate amount
of care in making this you cannot pos
sibly go wrong. Melt the wax and the
spermaceti with the oil, keeping them
over the heat just lqng enough to
blend them, do not get them too hot.
In a separate pan slightly warm the
rosewater with the benzoin. When the
oil and waxes are completely blended
remove from the heat and slowly pour
the benzoin and rose water into the
melted oils. Stir and beat with a
spoon the ientire time as this makes a
whiter cream. Use a wooden, enamel
or silver spoon, continue tne Deal
ing until the cream begins to congeal,
it will grow whitish and thicken.
When it s about the consistency of
cream or mayonnaise pour off into
previously twashed jars. '
This will give you a light delicious
cream, out n tne mgreaients are neai
ed too long, or too hot, or if the mass
congealed too much before being
poured off into jars the cream will
curdle. It will be quite all right to use
although a little stiff to work into the
skin. It is sometimes possible to re
heat it and work it again into the
proper light mass but often too much
rosewater has evaporated or too much
oil has escaped during the curdling
process, in which case the reheating
does no good.
weakness of the secreting glands in
the scalp. To cure one must get the
scalp into a healthy condition. You
You can relieve the unpleasant condi
tion by dusting the hair with powder
every time the hair is too oily to ar
range becomingly. But never overdo
this habit as it is apt to cover the hair
with a scum which will keep it from
coming in contact with the air. Use
onlv a little nowder and shake it all
out again as soon as it has absorbed
some of the oil.
Kay: Bleach the skin on your arms
by rubbing into it either lemon or cu
W. M.: When light hair becomes
ashen in shade, add the juice of half of
a lemon to the last rinse of the sham
poo and dry the hair in the sun.
Tomorrow Healthy Teeth.
Mrs. Wilbur Wiggins and son were
in Hagerstown Sunday... Mr. and Mrs.
Verl Philiphs of Harrisv'ille visited
their parents, Mr. and Mrs Aaron Phil
iphs over Sunday Miss Ethel John
son is visiting her sister, Mrs. Wright
Sulteen Mr. and Mrs. Eli Cross at
tended meeting at Muncie Sunday
Mrs. Leora Freeman and daughter Ma
dona are visiting Mrs. Mary Jane
Grubbs of Huntsville this week... Mrs.
Allie Oxley and Mrs. Sylvia Parks call
ed on Mrs. Louise Davis Sunday... Mr.
and Mrs. Will Oxley visited their
daughter, Mrs. Ralph Friddle a couple
of days this week.
All inquiries addressed to Miss Forbes
In care of the "Beauty Chats" depart
ment will be answered in these columns
in their turn. This requires consider
able time, however, owing to the great
number received. So if a personal or
quicker reply is desired, a stamped and
self-addressed envelope must be en
closed with the question. The Editor.
end with Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Ride-
nour and children Clarence Clear,
of. Peoria, 111., spent the .week end
with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Clear Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hod-
son and son, Charles. Miss Mary Kee
ver and Mrs. L. S. Hodson spent Mon.
day afternoon in Hagerstown Rev.
and Mrs. O. B. Gray and son, William,
of Muncie, spent Saturday with Mrs.
Mary Keever Mr. and Mrs. U W.
Ridenour and Mr. and Mrs. Turner
Stump spent Monday in Muncie
Miss Lois Lennfngton spent Tuesday
evening with Mr. and Mrs. John Hunt,
near Grace chapel.
was the heaviest known, the registra
tion this year exceeds the 1920 vote
by 434; 10,894 voters having register
STOP ITCHING SKIN
There are 16 countries affiliated
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The above is a typical hypothetical case
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Thistlothwalte's Prug Co. Advertisement.
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dry cleaning all kinds of clothes, that it is a
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It quickly removes chewing gum, paint,
grease, from the finest fabrics as well as the
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remove the worst stains.
You will find Glo-Tex the best all-purpose
dry cleaner you ever used. Buy a bottle to
day half pint, 35 cents at your drug store.
The Glo-Tex Co., Indianapolis, Ind.
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and. All Other Good Druggists
Miss Erand: Oily hair indicates a
LOSANTVILLE, Ind. A special pro
gram will be given at the M. E. church
Oct. 10 Clifton Oliphant was at
Mooreland Thursday Mrs. Mary
Medsker called on Mrs. Lydia Wyna
Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Joe Oxley
of Mooreland took dinner with Mr. and
Mrs. William Oxley Thursday Mr.
and Mrs. Eli Cross and son Eugen.?,
were in Muncie on business Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ves Sulteen took
supper with their daughter, Mrs. Wil-
ber Wiggins Thursday evening
Mrs. Lydia Wyne spent the night with
Mrs. Printis Wiggins Friday Mrs.
Barbara and Miss Cheesman called on
Mrs. Mary Medsker Sunday Mr
and Mrs. Elvan Varteman and grand
daughter visited their daughter, Mrs.
Cashius Owens. of near Farmland over
Sunday Ves Sulteen and Mr. and
MODOC, Ind. Mrs. O. E. Abel i
visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Burgess,
near Fountain City. Dan Vardaman
of Economy is spending the week with
his daughter, Mrs. A. A. Conarroe...
..Galen Swain, of Muncie, spent the
week end with his parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Swain Charles Heath
taking Henry Krausbauer's place
..Mr. and Mrs. Verl Johnson spent
Sunday with relatives in Losantville.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pursley spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Pearl
Bright, at Lynnville Mr. and Mrs.
Vernon Davis and children, of south
ern Indiana, are: visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Julian Edwards? Mr. and Mrs. Wes
ley Howell are moving back on their
farm, with Mr. and Mrs. Russel Smith.
Charles Hunt spent Saturday in
Muncie Mrs. Letha Rubush and
daughters spent Saturday afternoon
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. L.
Hodson Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Mar
tin and daughteT spent Sunday with
Mr and Mrs. Jesse Hewitt, at New
castle Mr. and Mrs. Ollie. Naylor
end son Max, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Swain attended the dedication of the
enw M. E. church at Maxwell. Sun
cay afternoon. Charles Mitchell, for
merly of this place, is pastor The
Booster class of the M. E. church will
accompany Rev. A. F. Bryne to Mt.
Pleasant Sunday night Rev. and
Mrs. Turner Stump and daughter, of
Junction City, Ohio, spent the week-
EXCEEDS VOTE OF 1920
RUSHVILLE, Ind., Oct. 12. Al
though the 1920 vote in Rush county
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75c Love's Lament, Waltz
Played by Hudson Pavilion Orchestra
4942 Say It While Dancing, Fox Trot
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Si : n
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3-lb. roll of Comfort Cotton in one sheet,
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$8.00 Wool Blankets, large size
$1.39 fancy scalloped Crib Blankets
Two-in-One Blanket Robes special at
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Extra large 70x80 heavy fleeced Blan
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