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toe able to make h&v own way without
robbing the cradle of its glory.
"I'had'anitHe glory of my own, too,
"When I was a tiny tot;" she went on. I
"One of my .earliest recollections Is of
winning a pretty baby 'prize. Since
then I have won nine beauty prizes
and have just had the honor of being
chosen one of America's xn(5st beau
tiful girls. '
"Is-born in -Summit, N. J., b,ut
lived in 'Switzerland, for a long tijne.
I never thought 'of going into moving
pictures until ib?as suggested to
me by one of the J&lem -directors.
Mother made rije'finisb; schopl first
and ten I wnt to Florida with the
movie company.'' '-c
"Do many girls want "you tQ ad
vise them about going into. themov-
lng picture ousmess?" I asKea.
"Yes, they do and 1 am always
glad to say to them, 'Qirls, If you have
a good home in a small place STAY
THERE.' The moving picture com
panies have more applicants for po
sitions than -they .need and, since the
business has grown so, they will not
taSe an untraured-girl-unl?ssshirbe
of exceptional beauty. They want
actors, notmerelypretty faces, for
the motion pictures nowadays."
- tf ol k 1
HERE'S A "DIFFERENT' WAY FOR
CABBAGE . J
By CarolinejCpe "
CabbagerareBsedwith rice and sauj
sage meaf is a substantial, djsbrid a
very palatable, one. Selec a sound
head of cabbage and pour over it
boiling water, Jet stan"d"l5 minutes:,
drain, scald again and let stand 30
minutes. Drain, and shake until dry.
Make the stuffing as foUQws: Wash
2 heaping. tBfespoonfulff of rice in
cold water, then mix Jtwfth Tpeund
of sausage meat, add a tablespoonful
of onion and a tablespoonful of chop
ped parsley; mix all well to gether.
Open the cabbage carefully to the
very center; put In teaspoonfuj of
the mixture, fold over 2 or 3 of the
little .leaves; now cover these with -a
layer of the ra?xture,fold over tins the
next layer of leaves, and so on untflO
each layer is stuffed. Press all firmly ?
together, tie in a; piece of cheesecloth,."'4
nut it into a kettle of salted boiling
water, and boil 2 hqurs.
When done, carefully remove the
cloth, stand the "cabbage in a deep
round dish, pour oyer it cream sauce,
and serve very hot.
"DONKEY EARS" FOR SWELL"
ii ' '
"Donveyrears" are not worn ex
clusively by er by four-footed,
creatures? Fashion has pinned a pair
on the oEappy-boy of 1915.
The snappy, however, wears his
"donkey-ears" on the lapels of his
new single-breasted, coat and they are
nd indication of .his family connec
tions. The "donqey-eared" coats are
built up at the shoulders to give a
military air to h& wearer.
That Nevada serjeant-at-arms whb"t
was ordered to bring absent senator
to tlie bar had,-an easy ph. That's
where they were at. &
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