ECONOMY and convenience are the two great advantages of oven meals. Enough to recommend them to any good housekeeper. And aren’t we all? Or are we? No special recipes or equipment and no new technique is necessary, and anyone with an oven can cook a whole meal in it.By HELEN G. CAMPBELL Director, Chatelaine Institute7 min
THE musical-show race is getting to be almost as stupendous as the armament race. When one producer builds a picture big, another immediately builds one bigger. If it goes much farther the boys may have to call a limitation conference—possibly even decide on the scrapping of musical shows and universal peace.By ANN ROSS6 min
LIVING on the rim of the Arctic Circle, the folks of the Far North use airplane services for freight and express as casually as those of us in the effete East stick a stamp on an envelope; but they aren’t being recklessly extravagant about it.
WHEN big news breaks, readers often overlook the fact that magazines cannot be produced with the speed of a newspaper, and magazine editors wish to goodness they could be. When Anthony Eden split with Prime Minister Chamberlain over Mussolini and resigned the Foreign Secretaryship, we were swamped with calls from people who wanted to know what Beverley Baxter thought of it all.
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