By Susan Puckett
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It was time she developed the kind Page 26 of radio program where she could utilize talking, her primary talent. Radio homemaking, she decided, was what she wanted to do. ". . She began moderating `The Party Line,' a program commonly known as the talk-back-to-Billie show. . Unfortunately, the subjects on the Party Line became overly controversial. `Running the show as a peacemaker was giving me ulcers and the station fits,' Billie remembers. So it was taken off the air. "Up until her retirement in February 1987, `The Billie Oakley Show' included a half-hour segment for listeners who would like to call in.
When he was located and eventually returned to the United States, Don was a paraplegic. His injuries eventually caused his death. Edith's husband Aage carried the effects of World War I all his life and he died in 1948 in the Veterans Hospital in Lincoln, Nebraska. "Circumstances, mostly related to the war and its effects on her family, took Edith out of Shenandoah several times, but each time she returned. " While her son Don was recuperating in a hospital in California, Edith often boxed up treats to send to him and the other young men in his ward.
In the spring of 1942, she and her husband and two sons moved to Shenandoah. On June 1st of that year she began `The Edith Hansen Kitchen Club' on KMA, replacing Jessie Young who had left the station to move to Philadelphia. "Life was difficult during those lean war years and Edith worked diligently to find and share the best ways to cope with the many problems that surfaced in her own life and in the lives of her listeners . . "Little did Edith realize when she started her public career how much sorrow she would share with her listeners.
A Cook's Tour of Iowa by Susan Puckett