Title: Woman's World. The Magazine Of The Country. ...
Publisher: Woman's World Publishing Co., Mount Morris, IL
Publication Date: 1934
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Fine
Original black wrapper with a color illustration of a little boy giving his mother a Valentines on the front cover. 10 1/4 X 13 1/2 inches. 34 pages. Contents in this issue, Fiction: "Soda Pop" by Lola Jean Simpson, "Hosea and Gomer" by Agnes Slight Turnbull, "Forfeit" by Jewell Bothwell Tull. Special Features: "Looking Forward", "A Poem, Comparison" by Carlyn Derry, "The Modern House (And how it furnish it) by H. Roy Kelley, "The Fortune In Your Hands" byEllen Rose Dickey, "A Poem, Without Fear" by Dee Eileen Ortman, "The Better Blues" (Gardening) by Maud R. Jacobs, "The Postman's Whistle Page" by Will Cuppy. Homemaking: "Tired of Vegetables" by Lily Haxworth Wallace, "February Parties" by Lily Haxworth Wallace, "Cook It In A Casserole" by Lily Haxworth Wallace, "Underfoot In The House" by Blanche E. Hyde. Needlework: "Collar And Cuff Set", "Sweater". Children: "The Big Adventure" by Velma T. Simkins. Fashions: Four Flattering Frocks, Even If You've Never Sewed and They Cost Practically Nothing. A small rubber stamp mark is on the edge of the back cover with a previous owners name and address. Pages are clean and complete. Binding is tight. Bookseller Inventory # 018497
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