A RADIO bleated and people babbled. George banged down his empty glass on the piano. His lean face was molded by bitterness, and his pale hair was peaked on the crown rebelliously. “As a race,” proclaimed George loudly, “we are decadent.”By MARION GREENE14 min
GOOD providers are busy in their kitchens, stocking their shelves with jams, jellies, conserves, and oldfashioned butters. Storing August flavor for January enjoyment. Correct me if I’m wrong, but I think preserving is one thing the modern housekeeper does better than her grandmother.By HELEN G. CAMPBELL7 min
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