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Graeve, Oscar (ed.) / Delineator
Vol. 118, No. 6 (June, 1931)

Gruenberg, Sidonie Matsner
When children grow up,   pp. 36-37 PDF (1.1 MB)


Page 37

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WOMEN'S SUCCESS . .. the very
words kindled enthusiasm in Miss Morgan's fine dark
eyes, so like her famous father's. "I am deeply
interested," she agreed, "in what women have made
of themselves-fully developed personalities."
We were sitting in Miss Morgan's charming bou-
doir, she gracious and very handsome in her favorite
chair of crimson brocade before the open fire. Sun-
light from wide windows overlooking the East River
fell on her lovely Ch6ruit gown of golden beige lace,
her superb pearls, her wise, kind face, her clear skin
and fresh wholesome coloring.
Miss Morgan is so famous as president of the
American Woman's Association that I had come to
ask her opinion about the care of the skin and its
importance to women. Unhesitatingly, she answered.
"'Modern women desire that their complexions
shall be always clear and vigorous," she said. "A
high standard of personality demands physical as
well as moral and mental development and care.
"I myself have used Pond's for years," she added.
I felt a little thrill of pride that these simple, whole.
"Women are gratefI," Miss Morgan says, for Pond's four
exquisite preparations for the care of the skin.
MISS  ANNE  MORGAN  IN  HIER  BOUDOIR  IN  HER  HOME  IN  SUTTON  ILACE, NEW  YORK  CITY
some beauty aids had, by sheer merit, won the
distinguished approval of one familiar with every
luxury wealth can buy.
"Through providing such excellent products so
inexpensively, Pond's helps women achieve an at-
tractive appearance . . . I am sure they all are
grateful," Miss Morgan concluded, with her unfor-
gettably sincere and charming smile.
Pond's four famous products are all you need to
keep your skin enchantingly fresh and clear by the
four simple steps of the Pond's Method:
1. To cleanse your skin to the depths of the pores - gener-
ously apply Pond's Cold Cream several times during the day,
always after exposure. Pat in with upward, outward strokes,
waiting to let the fine oils sink deep into the pores and float
to the surface all the clogged dirt, dust, make-up and powder.
2. To wipe away the cream, use Pond's Cleansing Tissues,
better because softer, more absorbent . . . peach or white.
3. To tone and firm, close and reduce pores, pat cleansed
skin briskly with Pond's Skin Freshener. It banishes oiliness,
keeps texture smooth as satin, brings fresh roses to your cheeks.
4. For powder base, protection and peach-bloom finish, smooth
on a dainty film of Pond's Vanishing Cream. Not only on
your face but on your neck and arms, too-wherever you
powder. Marvelous, too, to keep your hands soft and white.
Tune in on Pond's Program every Friday evening at 9:30 P. M.,
D. S. T. Leo Reisman's Orchestra. WEAFand N. B. C. Network.
SEND 10 FOR POND'S FOUR PREPARATIONS
POND'S EXTRACT COMPANY, Dept. T  *  115 Hudson St., New York
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