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If beyond the ocean bor ders, or far south toward the Pole there was an ideal land of eternal spring, a land whose people were simple and good, a land without money worries, without the nagging fears and disappointments that make up our daily lives here, without hate and war, how busily, and with what energy and determination, thousands of war-weary and worry-weary families would plan to move there! Any sacrifice would be worth While, any effort made easy, by such a hope for ourselves and our children. For life on today's terms bas grown too hard and too complicated, com-plicated, and in a sense, too hopeless, hope-less, for many of us to face with courage. Mankind has been busy for years creating all the evils from which civilization ought to rescue us; ruin, hate, despair, fear, hun ger, disease, debt. Wow when op timistic voices tell us glibly how we Shall overcome these evils we feel a deep discouragement Overcome them? Why, they never should have existed at all! WelL there is that ideal country. and It Is close to us all. But very few women find it When they do. when they live in that placid sun shiny climate, loving life as beloved and happy children do, liking to wake In the morning, welcoming the restfulness of sleep at night we look at them with envy. They Live in Peace. These women are rare. Some of them are homely and poor and griz zled With years. Most of them have faces that show signs of past crises, agonies, sacrifices, despairs. But these things only show enough to make brighter the peace and beauty of their present lives. Bailie Foster is one such woman, know. I've never seen her; perhaps never will. But she writes m a letter that tells the old story, the story of a soul harassed with fears, of a body troubled with aches and pains, of a situation so Complicated by mistakes and faults that there seemed to be no way out of it Halite wrote me from Omaha, Neb., some four years ago. She had then been divorced for some years, and was living with a second husband hus-band and two step-children, all of whom made life extremely difficult for her. She had been so anxious to divorce Van and marry Bruce that she ceded to Van the custody of her own child, a boy. Her baby by Bruce died at birth she said because be-cause of the nervous condition into which the unmanageable step-children and disappointing husband bad thrown her. She had backaches, headaches, sleepless nights. She wrote mo that she had "long lost every vestige of charm, every scrap of attraction tor Bruce, who is wasting wast-ing his money on other women al ready." Prayer Was Answered. Meanwhile her own boy went into long and dangerous illness. The scourge of infantile paralysis seized him and he needed actual years of tenderest care. Sick, over- 0 wlia Jttv&; wfel MsYj changed; HaUio was smiling, beloved PRAYER CONQUERS ALL Sometimes there seems to oe no way out of difficulties. Unhappy Un-happy marriages, sickness, poverty, loss of loved ones, press down on many women until the burden feels unbearable. un-bearable. There is only one way out. After divorcing her first husband. Bailie married again, acquiring two stepchildren stepchil-dren at the same time. Her own son contracted infantile paralysis and required eon slant care. Another baby died at birth. Then her husband began to spend his money on other women. Bailie's misery bowed her to the earth, Then she turned in desperation, despera-tion, to prayer. She "cast her burden upon the Lord? Slowly Slow-ly she regained peace1 end resignation. res-ignation. worked, jealous, nervous, what had Hallie to spare for him? She saw him only at long intervals, and his baby loyalty and devotion went to his grandmother and aunts. What Hallie did, you can do. It is the cure. It is the open sesame to the land of peace and plenty. She, in her own words, "cast her burden upon the Lord." "I went on my knees," says her second letter, which came to me only a few days ago, "and said, Oh, Lord, I am wrong. I've made all the mistakes a woman can make. I've done all I could to wreck my life and the lives about me. Set me right Show me the way!" The prayer was. answered, of course. That prayer always is. Not by any sudden miracle, but by the slow shifting and changing of life's colors from dark to light Hallie got up from her knees confident and refreshed, and began to do the thing nearest her with all her might Washing, cooking, managing the children, she did it all humbly, waiting for guidance. Guidance came. Her aching head cleared; she began to sleep deep. "I felt like wings were under everything, all of a sudden," she writes. "It Bruce's children were cranky, fd say in my heart, "Lord, you help them.' I was praying all day long, in my heart" Well to make a long story short the sick small boy in a wheel chair was presently transferred to his mother, and financial aid was given for his care. The small cheerful sufferer had an immense influence upon the other children. The atmosphere at-mosphere of the household changed; Hallie was a smiling, beloved wife again. She went on praying no. not praying exactly, but lifting her heart continually into that clearer purer air that is the realization of God and good. She lives In that atmosphere always. That is the one great miracle of life. Greater than the atomic bomb is the discovery that shatters the hardness of human hearts and wins them this peace that can face change, poverty, hard work, with s confident smile. The discovery mat he Kingdom of Heaven Is within you. Dislikes Nan Polish President Truman's preferences carry so much weight with his I women folk that both the First Lad and Margaret Truman shun colored nail polish because the President doesn't approve of it This was revealed by Ray Shaw, who sculptures hands tor a living and is currently engaged in model big Margaret Truman's hands. Mist Shaw said: "Margaret Truman has very interesting hands delicate and sensitive; the palest bands 1 have ever seen." eajsaew jhijx-uin w7i i f-v.v. at m : .j" je j ae m -. . m.- - j 'ir i .v 1 fteleaaed by Weetera Kewapaper Union. By VIRGINIA TALE CELEBRATING 15 years on the air and all that time on CBS Kate Smith might well say "Let who will make the nation's laws; I'll sing its songs and help with Its crusades.' During her years in radio she's made more than 6,300 personal appearances ap-pearances . to help . worthv KATE SMITH causes, and the success of many a song bat been linked' with her name. Tbev sav ? she's Drobablr launched more hits; than any other popular singer, but she won't help launch Just any song; It must be a EOOd tune to beein with. If she feels that it's right for her, she studies it, and her flair for phrasing Is likely like-ly to make the composer feel that she sings it exactly the way lie wants tt done. X' Culminating ea August Warner War-ner Bros, plans a four months' Celebration' of the Mtb anniversary of talking pictures. A series of special spe-cial programs win continue en an International scale, honoring the scientists who pioneered in the field and highlighting the sclentifio development de-velopment and cultural contribution ef the talking picture. It was on August 6, 1928, at the Warner theater the-ater In New York, that the public first saw a complete program of motion mo-tion pictures in whlcb. opera stars and conoert artists sang and played. It Pays to Be Ignorant? returns to- the air wave, and there' re. ioiclne anions its manv enthuslastin followers. This Is one of the tew times that- a program's been dropped for another one and then brought back to the air when Its successor was dropped. Ever play a Screecherboot? Or a MoontassleT You've heard them if you listen to the Korn Kobblers, on Mutual tour nights a week. Like the band's other instruments, they're made from salvaged tubings, brass piping, etc. Stan Fritts and the other oth-er five Korn Kobblers get together in his basement workshop in Eliza. beth, N. and construct those tantasuc instruments they play. When radio producers Deed a t year eld er an 83 year eld voice, a talklnc crow, er an ether tin. usual sound, they Call en Miss Cecil tioy. bne's also beard regularly en the leading? ' mystery nrocrame. playing anything from a snarling gun-moll to a murdered min'a last gurgle. And ea "Daily Dilem ma, 00 Mutual, ever weekday afternoon, she climaxes her career oy enacting au we roles! When Nan Merriam won th $1,000 prize offered by the National Nation-al Federation of Music clubs in 1943. the radio nroeram on which she was to sing was the same evening eve-ning as the big dinner where she'd receive the award. It was the party that interested her most, but she dashed to NBC, did her singing stint and a few iav infer handed a five-year-contract to sing over tneur stations. - If you ever meet fcveivn irniiM (now on the Lanny Boss program.) make her nappy by asking for an aspirin. She carries the tablets In a locket made of a huea uncut amethyst she got la BrazU, which was usea oy an ancient Indian chief as a container tor poison. If you heard the very mnvln broadcast In Which Ralnh Kdwarrla chatted with Buster Boos, the eight- year-oia suffering from cancer, you'll be delighted to know that Ralph's anneal for fund fnr- tha American Cancer society drive nas oeen tremendously successful ODDS AND ENDS-Columbi, Pie. lures for eight gorgeous girl to portray goddesses in "Down to EarthT-end 200 beauties mnmeted. . . . Gene Kelly, still in uniform, nearly disrupted dis-rupted life behind she scenes at the eircui bt Sem York when he took his matt daughter backtUtga to tub tha lamous clown, tmmett Ktllt (no rela tion). . , . An item on the bill for Metro's eockluil tnrt tar fan lohnson when Van tinted Nn York aw 12.40 tor milk drunk by tha guest honor, ot Ctiurte. . . ; Thiil Arms oimUi al black glatn beads which Janis Paige tears in 'tier Avd of Man oveighoi Ml pouna. . , MUSUC19ld rt.U ?iAt If 17 i ret IT 1 r v ' r VE y I 4 : ' a - w i, . QUnOS.ea ff4 Lemon Chiffon Sponge Cake Fairy-Like Dessert (See Recipe Below) Dessert Tips The one department In which we always welcome new Ideas Is In the dessert line, This season It is no different, and even more exciting. excit-ing. First et all, whipping cream nas returned to the market and we're having great fun using it Bananas are seen, at the markets more frequently, and ox course, strawberries are just coming com-ing In season plentifully. -. Because; ot the warmer weather, all ot ui are on the lookout for those cool, cool desserts that Just'seem to slip down our throats, leaving only their delicate flavor to tease the ap petite. My advice to you is serve light meals, well balanced, to be sure, and then top them off with a grand, brand-nsw dessert! ' This first suggestion Is tart but smooth and pretty enough tor com pany. If you don't make the cake yourself, buy one ready-made to save time, sugar and energy. Lemon Chiffon Sponge Cake, (Serves 8) 1 envelope plain, anflavored gelatin !4 cup cold milk , I egg yolks 1 cup sugar M teaspoon salt 1 cup milk ti cup lemon Juice 1 tablespoon lemon rind S egg whites 1 sponge cake H cup chopped nntmeais tt cup canned, tweet cherries Soften gelatine in cold milk. Combine Com-bine slightly beaten egg yolks, sugar sug-ar and salt Scald 1 cup milk in double boiler and add very slowly to the egg mixture. Return to the top of the double boiler and cook until of custard consistency. Re move from beat, add softened gelatine gel-atine and stir until un-til dissolved. Cool, add lemon Juice and rind. Fold in stiffly beaten egg whites. Scoop out center of sponge cake and fill hole at bottom with extra . pieces of cake taken from sides. Line inside ' of cake with nuts. Pour In lemon mixture and chill until firm. Garnish Gar-nish dessert with halved and pitted cherries and sprigs of mint it desired. de-sired. Caramel Cream Parfait (Serves 8) 14 teaspoon anflavored gelatine ltt teaspoons cold water M cup extra-sweet, light corn syrup Lynn Saysi Serve a Salad: There's no better bet-ter way to get fresh vegetables Into the diet than via the salad route. ' Here are combinations which you will like: Salad greens with one or more of the following: avocado slices, raw carrot or turnip strips, taw cauliflower flowerets, slivered celery, diced or sliced raw cucumber, cu-cumber, raw tomatoes, green pepper rings, minced onions, Serve vegetable salads with a dressing made of oil, berbs, and a bit of crumbled blue cheese. One or more'of the following cooked , vegetables makes a pretty salad plate: peas, lima beans, c kidney beans, sliced beets, asparagus'; tips, canned, mixed vegetables, "cauliflower or Brussels sprouts,- ,r Vary your salad greens often to avoid monotony. Here are a list of greens: young raw spinach, spin-ach, cabbage, . Chinese or celery cel-ery cabbage, dandelion greens, chicory or endive, watercress nd leaf lettuce. .a1"e'y mZrk j Lynn Chambers' Menus , Cubed Steak . V Hashed Brown Potatoes . , Cream Gravy . ,o v Green Lima Beans ' Grapefruit Salad Bread Jellied Fruit Mold Cookies " Cream Beverage M cup cold water -S egg whites ' t cup cream, thoroughly chilled " 1 teaspoon vanilla Soften gelatine in cold water: for 8 minutes. Boil. syrup and cup water together to the soft ball f238-degree) f238-degree) stage, Pour slowly over stiffly beaten egg whites. Add gela tin and beat until cool Chill cream and beat until stiff.; Fold into cool egg mixture. Add vanilla. Pour into freezing tray; freeze without surring, until firm. Variations, 1, Add 1 cup chopped, cooked prunes and U cup chopped nuts when whipped cream is folded into mixture. 2. Add 1 cup crushed raspberries when whipped cream la added. 3. Add t cup crushed peanut brlt- ve witn wnippea cream, 4. Add 1 cup crushed pineapple with whipped cream.' ' Banana Cream, (Serves 8) 1 medium sized banana 4 cup confectioners sugar I tablespoon lemon Juice A teaspooa salt ltt teaspoons vanilla ltt pints whipping cream Slice banana very thin and add to sugar. Mix well. Add lemon Juice and cream and pour into freezing tray to freeze until un-til firm. Remove to mixing bowL add vanilla and beat until mixture mix-ture becomes very light Re turn to freezing tray and freeze again until firm. Strawberry Meringue Cake. (Serves 18 to 12) S egg whites H teaspoon salt tt teaspoon cream et tartar S cap soger tt teaspoon lemon extract Freak-strawberries Add salt to egg whites snd whip until foamy. Add cream of tartar and continue beating until they bold a point Fold in sugar' gradually. Add lemon extract Pour into shallow loaf pan lined with waxed paper. Bake in a slow (300-aegree) oven for 49 to 80 minutes. Lift from pan onto cake rack and cooL Serve with fresh strawberries topped with whipped cream and garnished with extra whole sugared berries. Peaches or another tart fruit may be used. There are few. desserts more lus cious than meringue with chocolate ice cream garnished with mints. Use a very slow oven for baking the meringues, for they really require only enough heat to dry out thor oughly. Mint Meringues. (Serves 6) t egg whites tt cup confectioner's sugar Few grains ef salt Pew drops green coloring 1 er S drops ell ef peppermint Chocolate Ice cream Whipped cream Peppermints Beat egg whites until nearly stiff and add sugar gradually. Beat au the while. Add salt very pale green coloring and flavor. Mix lightly. Drop by tablespoonfuls on cookie sheet covered wun neavy paper. Bake in a slow (273-degree) oven for 80 to 33 minutes unto dry on surface. 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