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PRETTY PICTURE PLAYER GOES TO EUROPE
BATTLEFIELD AS'RED CROSS-NURSE
After the outbreak of the war in.
Europe, Eleanor Woodruff, the Pathe
leading woman, became actively en
gaged in the work of the 'American
Red Cross society, and, feeling deeply
the need of hospital help, to care for
the large number of wounded, she
volunteered for this work.
Miss Woodruff sailed on the Fabre
liner Madonna, December 7, and will
go to Paris, where she will be assign
ed to the Red Cross hospital of which
she is to have charge.
She is of an intensely sympathetic
nature and has' spent a great deal of
her spare time in the interest of the
Working Girls' clubs and has been as
sociated with many of the leading so
cial workers of New York City.
Before her advent into the screen,
world, Miss Woodruff played import
ant parts hi "The Spendthrift," "Bev
erly of Graustark," "The Five Frank
furters" and in -stock.
WHAT WOULD CHRISTMAS BE
Of course, everybody knows how
to make fudge, but anyway, here's
the recipe. You may haye forgotten,
just how it goes, and Christmas aft
ernoon will be dull, indeed, if some
of the youngsters don't make fudge.
One cup of sugar, 1 cup of gran
ulated chocolate, half a clip' of
milk and a quarter of a cupful of
molasses are the necessary ingredi
ents. These should be boiled to
gether until a little hardens in cold
water when dropped into it. Take
it off the fire and beat into it a tea
spoonful of vanilla. Stir it a minute
or so and then turn into a buttered
pan to cool.
Six" marshmallows, added when
fudge- is taken from fire and beaten
in, makes the fudge finer grained.
Cars on some small railways in
Chile,- where .the whuoLis dependable,
.are fitted with sails for propulsion
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