March 1, 1941

GENERAL ARTICLES

The South American Way

WOMEN AND THE HOME

Do You Know Beans

The South American Way 1415
GENERAL ARTICLES

The South American Way

Concluding a 22,000-mile survey, a Maclean's observer reports on the living mosaic of peoples and customs, wealth and poverty, new and old, that is South America
Do You Know Beans 4647
WOMEN AND THE HOME

Do You Know Beans

YOU HAVE to use your bean these days to keep one jump ahead of the cost of living and still provide appetizing, wholesome meals for that all-important family. A little head-work is needed too for the other problem of planning meatless menus Wednesdays as well as Fridays, for the next few weeks.
Wit and Wisdom 5051
HUMOR

Wit and Wisdom

In Fewer Words
Maclean's Editorials 0_21
Maclean's Editorials

Maclean's Editorials

Mr. Power’s Candor
The Wedding Day 1213
FICTION

The Wedding Day

WALTER knew as soon as he came home that Julia had been there. He had only to see the two bright spots high on Margaret’s cheeks and the tight, set smile on her mouth. There were other physical evidences, too, in the living room. The blinds were drawn almost to the sills although it was still bright outside, for Julia preferred shadows to sunlight.
The Last Trick 1617
FICTION

The Last Trick

UP ALONG Nan Valley, in the sugar maple hills, Barney Delaney’s carefree habits and quick thinking had gained him a reputation long before he was sixteen. “He’s always up to tricks,” everyone said. “You can never depend on him.” All the village had heard him say he never intended to be a farmer or a woodsman.
Parade 5253
HUMOR

Parade

TO HAND is a belated report from Meskanaw, Sask., dealing with the perverse predicament a young man, now serving with the C.A.S.F., found himself in simply because, being a methodical sort of chap, he wished to appear at his best for a Saturday night dance, and took careful steps toward that end.
In the Editor's Confidence 23
In the Editor's Confidence

In the Editor's Confidence

WE don’t know when the very first war took place, or who fought it, but flint arrow-heads are among the oldest exhibits, and the flint head arrow was not only the beginning of man’s ascendancy in the animal world, but of his ascendancy over his unarmed human contemporaries.
They're "Naturals" 1011
GENERAL ARTICLES

They're "Naturals"

Canada—1827 2627
GENERAL ARTICLES

Canada—1827

A letter from the past which paints a fascinating picture of the Ontario of more than a century ago
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