A “Peace Party” to celebrate peace

At Mister Rogers’ house, Chef Brockett makes peach pudding for a “Peace Party” in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. Mister Rogers decorates his house. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, majorette Lynda Martha rehearses baton twirling for the party. She tells Edgar Cooke that practice is necessary to learn to twirl. Lady Elaine enters dressed as a dove of peace and calls for peace and noise. King Friday admires the decorations, Miss Martha’s performance, and, in a speech, claims credit for peace in the Neighborhood.