Page 13, 2nd July 1937

2nd July 1937
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A Simple Cookery Course

Why Not Bake Your Own Bread ? By J. GRIFFITH-JONES (Continued front last week.) Crusty loaves fresh from the oven—with the warm fragrance of " new " bread pervading the kitchen,......

Things To Make

By PENELOPE HULL. It is so easy to think what children might like as the subject matter of a Children's Paper or section of a paper, but it is as easy and just as valuable to......

Happy Marriages

By A Nurse. Ninety-nine marriages out of a hundred are happy and successful. Despite sneers, scoffs and jeers the majority of wedded folk have found happiness and completeness......

Rhubarb Dishes

By J. WILLIAMS Rhubarb Sponge Cover the bottom and sides of a thickly buttered pie-dish with slices of sponge cake. Then line the bottom with a layer of rhubarb, sprinkle with......

Night At Mycenae

Music On The Hills The Plain Of Argos By Alonzo (E. J. D. Raddyffe) (Continued from last week.) It faded, then it came again, a thin-drawn thread, the sound of a pipe played......