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CAN YOU BE AS BEAUTIFUL AT 40 AS AT 20?
'YES!" DECLARES MRS. GIBSON
(Editor's Note This is the first of
Idah McClone Gibson's series of ar-
RECIPES OF MOVIE
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By Helen Holmes
Did- you ever hear of rice buns?
I don't think they are very common
so I'm going to tell you how I make
It takes 4 eggs and 3 ounces of
butter; y2 pound of powdered sugar,
14 pound'of ground rice, 4 pound of
flour and one small teaspoon of pow
Cream the butter first, then add the
sugar, flour, rice and ammonia, and
lastly the whisked eggs. Bake thia
mixture at once in small tins in a
moderate oven. "When cooked, the
rice bum? should be only a little dark
er than sponge cake when baked.
This quantity should make about
two dozen buns.
tides on "How to Be Beautiful After
Forty." The second will follow soon.)
WRITTEN AND ILLUSTRATED BY
IDAH M'CLONE GIBSON
Every woman longs for beauty.
All my life I have sought beauty.
Many men, and a few women, have
assured me that I had found it, but
I knew the men were practicing the
gentle art of flattery and that the
women loved me.
Every normal woman longs for
beauty and why not, wheu she sees
the modern Paris distribute his ap
ples of interest, admiration and love
as did his ancient prototype only to
those who are fairest?
But most women, however much
they want beauty, "don't want it
enough. Those who know me will
smile at this last sentence, for they
have heard me say many times that
you can have anything you want in
the world if you want it enough yes,
even beauty at 40, but you must at
20 make it your object in life!
Most of us do not want beauty as
badly as all that. But we do want to
look well and most of us can look
much better than we do with very
little trouble and a little more
Hardly any woman treats her
beauty ills seriously until she is at
least 30. But with the first telltale
crow's foot at the corner or the eye,
and the first little wrinkle in front
of the ear, she is panic-stricken and
-lies herself to the beauty specialist.
After one treatment she goes home,
she looks in her mirror and bursts
into tears for she has expected to
see all the marks of 30 years erased
in an hour.
The first thing to get firmly im
planted in your mind is that beauty
in woman does not mean youth only,
although youth almost always means
There is nothing so tragic as the