COME to supper on Sunday,” is an invitation that your friends are pretty sure to accept. Everyone can count on a good meal without fuss or feathers, and a hostess who for once has time to enjoy the conversation. Simple refreshments are in order and can be served in pass-around, sit-down or serve-vourself style.By HELEN G. CAMPBELL4 min
THE other day we crawled back to the office after a battle with ’flu. We weren’t feeling very brisk anyhow, and a mixture of snow and sleet didn’t cheer us up one bit. The first letter we picked up was from a Vancouver reader who expressed the blunt opinion that as an editor we were pretty much of a washout because of our failure to call the attention of the Canadian people to the fact that in Vancouver crocuses, rhododendrons and camellias were in bloom the first week of February.
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Privately the army admitted that H. Oldfield Wilkin, ex-London wholesaler, might be "slightly nuts," but that was before Mr. Wilkin demonstrated how and why an Englishman fightsBy VICTOR MACCLURE50 min
A MONG the Canadian letters that arrived recently, there was one from a lady in Nova Scotia stating that although she listened to and read everything about what was happening in London, she still could not grasp what life was like here. Could I not write a letter for Maclean's and really say how we got on, as Arnold Bennett once described it, “by existing on twenty-four hours a day.”By Beverley Baxter's11 min
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