October 15, 1941

Maclean's New Serial

SNEAK PREVIEW

FICTION

Ride, Little Girl, Ride

FICTION

Another Face Around the House

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Maclean's New Serial

SNEAK PREVIEW

A Hollywood Supercolossal — Boy meets girl in a tangle of heartstrings and celluloid
Ride, Little Girl, Ride 2021
FICTION

Ride, Little Girl, Ride

Feller was a girl in overalls. Rowdy was a broncho with a mean streak. They were both a little wild—until they met the boy who aimed to be a fighter
Another Face Around the House 1415
FICTION

Another Face Around the House

Butch was a man-size dog with a bear-like appetite for flowers. But the little woman put him in his place
STEAM BY DAWN 1011
GENERAL ARTICLES

STEAM BY DAWN

The story of the minesweepers — A motley fleet of rusty ships and rugged men who seek out death that lurks below
Beverley Baxter's LONDON LETTER 1213
GENERAL ARTICLES

Beverley Baxter's LONDON LETTER

THE HOTEL porter, with his grave Portuguese courtesy, has just informed me that the Clipper has arrived from America, and that I am to go on her in the morning. If the weather report is bad, we shall, of course, wait until it becomes good, but otherwise we leave in a few hours.
Community War 1819
GENERAL ARTICLES

Community War

Break down Canada’s war effort and you find it's done on a community basis. For example, take Georgetown — 2,500 people hard at it
How Hitler Builds His "Super Race" 1617

How Hitler Builds His "Super Race"

Undesirables die, the unfit are sterilized, and the aged "prefer" death to starvation
CHIRPY TURK 1617
SPORT

CHIRPY TURK

As hockey starts, the guy over the barrel is Turk Broda. He made the slight mistake of becoming the best goalie in the N.H.L.
Pattullo Takes a Poll 1213
GENERAL ARTICLES

Pattullo Takes a Poll

After a right-about-face B.C.’s Premier is ready to try his strength
Letters 5455
Letters

Letters

Benge Atlee is wise and brilliant in his “What Goes On Here?” and in facing the facts of Canada’s destiny. When the day comes that democracy serves the people exclusively and faithfully, and gives us that form of society in which every man has a chance, then our crusading warriors will be fully entitled to their share.
So You Don't Like Bread Pudding 5657
WOMEN AND THE HOME

So You Don't Like Bread Pudding

WELL, I’VE known people who didn’t like bread pudding. But here are some recipes which will make you change your mind—recipes using bread but with such really good and “different” flavors. Even those who have never been keen for puddings of this kind will forget the mediocrities of the past and ask for a second helping.
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