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ISSUE DATE: COVER PHOTOGRAPH BY EDWARD STEICHEN.
Never Another Moon (First Part Of Six) . . . HELEN TOPPING MILLER. Full page color illustration by JOHN LA GATTA.
The Devil's Lane . . . MARI SANDOZ. Illustrated by ROY SPRETER.
A Year Is Long Enough . . . MARIAN SIMS. Illustrated by ARTHUR WILLIAM BROWN.
She Had Eyes Like Her Sister . . . MARGARET HERZOG. Illustrated by WALTER KLETT.
Hasty Wedding (Conclusion) . . . MIGNON G. EBERHART. Illustrated by AL PARKER.
Afternoon Of A Brat . . . DAN WICKENDEN.
Unreason In Political Life . . . DOROTHY THOMPSON.
What Do The Women Of America Think? (No. 3-About Money) . . . HENRY F. PRINGLE.
Divorce . . . ELEANOR ROOSEVELT.
By Reading This You Might Save Your Child's Life . . . An Editorial BY BRUCE GOULD And BEATRICE BLACKMAR GOULD.
Here Are The Facts About Syphilis.
This Is A Floor-Piler . . . MUNRO LEAF.
Measles . . . DR. HERMAN N. BUNDESEN.
A Dancing Thing (The Sub-Deb) . . . Edited By ELIZABETH WOODWARD.
Fifty Years Ago In The Journal.
Journal About Town.
Diary Of Domesticity . . . GLADYS TABER.
The Dear Man . . . Cartoon By HELEN E. HOKINSON.
Journal's End . . . ANN BATCHELDER.
FOOD AND HOMEMAKING:
An Open-Minded Kitchen . . . GRACE L. PENNOCK.
Easter Parade . . . ANN BATCHELDER.
Specialties Of The House . . . ANN BATCHELDER.
When The Unexpected Happens! . . . LOUELLA G. SHOWER.
INTERIOR DECORATION BUILDING AND GARDEN:
Living In Space . . . HENRIETTA MURDOCK.
Space For Living . . . JOHN CUSHMAN FISTERE.
There's News In The Bathroom Too! . . . HENRIETTA MURDOCK.
The Gardener Goes In For Glass . . . THE GARDENER'S ASSISTANT.
FASHIONS AND BEAUTY: [NOTE: MANY pages of fashion photos, drawings and designs!]
Fashions Of Spring Unfold Before Your Eyes . . . WILHELA CUSHMAN.
Fitting Approach To Spring . . . LOUISE PAINE BENJAMIN.
Hollywood Patterns Of Youth.
Are You A Corset Contortionist?.
You Might Consider.
Healing . . . JOSEPHINE JOHNSON.
Man's Life . . . ROBERT NATHAN.
Gate Or Stile? . . . MARY SINTON LEITCH.
Comparison . . . JOAN AIKEN.
The Second Robin . . . JULIA BLAUVELT MCGRANE.
The Family Stairs . . . ROBERT P. TRISTRAM COFFIN.
Answer . . . ELAINE V. EMANS.
Mountain Cross . . . ORRICK JOHNS.COVER DESIGN BY EDWARD STEICHEN.
ABOUT CONTRIBUTORS (with photo of each):
MARIAN SIMS: It was during those happy boom years leading into '29 that Mrs. Sims came to two momentous decisions. First, to marry Frank K. Sims, Jr., who practices law, presides over the city court of Charlotte, North Carolina, and also the Little Theater of that city. Second, to begin to write fiction. "Editors," she says, "disagreed violently with my decision, but in the past few years I've published about fifty short stories and three novels." Her tastes, she says, are "distressingly normal: reading, gardening, golf and bridge. I have a German shepherd dog that, if one may judge by her demands to be taken to walk at all times, evinces more concern for my figure than for my literary output.".
DAN WICKENDEN: His first novel, The Running of the Deer, brought in a surprising amount of critical acclaim, considering it was an initial effort. It was written at nights and week ends while he earned a living knocking Out trade publicity for a radio chain. Now, with time all his own, he's writing a second novel and a series of short stories. On the profits of these he hopes to return to his undergraduate love, the theater. For it was at Amherst that he wrote his first pl2y-about fraternity life-and got his first whiff of grease paint as a character actor in Amherst Masquers' productions. He was born in Tyrone, Pennsylvania, in 1913, but has lived most of his life on Long Island.
ELAINE V. EMANS: "A sketch of my life can hardly be colorful reading: I live in a small town, like it, and try not to grow too comfortably provincial. I love Nature around the year, and wouldn't part with my Almanac for Moderns, by Donald Culross Peattie. To me the most beautiful virtues are sincerity, tolerance and courage, and I am tremendously interested in peace. I am most at home in slacks, ride a bicycle named Pegasus, and do not play bridge. I have never been able to decide if I prefer cats to dogs, or vice versa, and one of my very favorite musical compositions is Morning, from the Peer Gynt Suite. I have a dream of becoming an amateur photographer, and taking pictures for my verses.".
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