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.”By Beverley Baxter10 min
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.By HELEN G. CAMPBELL6 min
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