December 15, 1939

FICTION

Fatal Flight

FICTION

The Major Has Seven Guests

FICTION

The Road to Fortune

Fatal Flight 45
FICTION

Fatal Flight

Death in a roaring plane. Natural causes, say the signs: Murder, says Kent Powder—and proves it
The Major Has Seven Guests 1819
FICTION

The Major Has Seven Guests

To the sunshine of freedom, to the darkness of doom — one by one the Major’s guests go their ways. Fifth and concluding installment of a dramatic serial
The Road to Fortune 1011
FICTION

The Road to Fortune

Brothers of the sea, they shared the same longing. Home for Christmas! A powerful tale of the Atlantic and its sailormen
The City Behind the Falls 1213
GENERAL ARTICLES

The City Behind the Falls

A busy industrial scene with one of the world's wonders as a backdrop—there's more to Niagara than the Big Roar
The New Arrival 1415
FICTION

The New Arrival

They wanted a baby with sweet, endearing ways, and they got a woman-hating Scot who quoted gran’faither and demanded saut in his parritch
Good-By, Little Red School! 2223
GENERAL ARTICLES

Good-By, Little Red School!

Still a familiar part of the country landscape, its day is passing as modern education goes rural
Hockey Grows Up 1617
SPORT

Hockey Grows Up

Rinks, rules and equipment have been improved but it's still the same old game—And the pioneers had a lot of fun too
Wipe Out All Patronage 89
GENERAL ARTICLES

Wipe Out All Patronage

A dollar wasted by any Government department is a dollar less for our national war effort
England Invades Herself 89
LONDON LETTER

England Invades Herself

LONDON, November 21 (By Cable. Passed by censor). “What will happen after the war?” That is a question which shares the place of honor with its twin, “When will the war begin?” People say, without knowing what they mean, “Things will never be the same again.”
Holiday Pies 3435
WOMEN AND THE HOME

Holiday Pies

EVEN IN the face of stiff competition from plum pudding and other delectable desserts, pies and pastries still hold their own in holiday feasting. To lots of folks it wouldn’t be Christmas without them, partly because of cherished family tradition and partly because the crispness of this merry-making season gives us an appetite for good hearty food.
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