National Home Monthly Magazine, October (Oct.) 1938 - North America Speaks English / Greyhound Dog Racing


68 pages. Features: Fantastic colour-photo ad for Marboleum inside front cover shows 1930's bathroom with yellow fixtures; Editorial on Hitler's "Racism Gone Mad"; Attractive one-page colour ad for the new 1939 Plymouth features a blue four-door; News digest contains these headings - The Anti-British Outburst in Moscow; Incidentals of a Month; A 'National Unity' party; Trials of the Rowell Commission; A Summer's Books; Nostalgice one-page ad for the 1939 Dodge Six and Dodge De Luxe (orange); "North American Speaks English" - Bismarck said this was the most impressive thing in modern history - this photo-illustrated military article deals with the matter of the English-speaking North Americans joining in the impending war on the British side; More Fish in the Sea (short story); A Maker of Books (short story); Mace Webb (short story); Going to the Dogs - great photo-illustrated article on greyhound dog racing in England, with photo of General A.C. Critchley; Little Miss Hurricane (short story); Crossways House (short story); Murderers in the Football Stands - without the outlet of sports as a safety valce for his emotions the average human being would probably turn to murder, mayhem, arson and pillage(?); Palmolive ad features the Dionne Quints; Movie news and photos of Gloria Blondell, Carole Lombard, Paulette Goddard, Spencer Tracy, Tyrone Power and Norma Shearer; Lux soap ad features beautiful photos of Loretta Young; Woodbury's Cold Cream ad features photo of Danielle Darrieux; Scott's Emulsion ad features Uncle Dan comic; *Sensational* one-page colour-illustrated ad for Canadian apples shows little boy at top, different apples down left side, and cooked pie foods along bottom, with list of apple varieties and their ripening months; Where the Fashions Start (fashion article; Nice one-page two-colour ad for Heinz Soups says "The Tureen Tells Tales; Cosmetics article; World Sayings; "Serve Fish To Your Family" colour ad inside back cover; Old Dutch cleanser colour ad on back cover; and more. Bits of loss from corners of last page, otherwise average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy.

Title: National Home Monthly Magazine, October (Oct.) 1938 - North America Speaks English / Greyhound Dog Racing

Author: Healy, W.; Stewart, Dr. H.; Barnard, L.; Greenwood, W.; Josselyn, T.; Kempton, K.; McMorrow, T.; Phayre, I.; Croft, F.

Illustrator: Smith, Hal (cover); Garland, C. George; Holmgren, John; Smith, Ralph C.; Goodwin, G.G.; Clymer, John F.

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Sport, Military,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Winnipeg, National Home Monthly / Stovel: 1938

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Type: Magazine

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 201g4819

Keywords: National Home Monthly Magazine, October (Oct.) 1938 - North America Speaks English / Greyhound Dog Racing colour-photo ad for Marboleum inside front cover shows 1930's bathroom with yellow fixtures; Editorial on Hitler's "Racism Gone Mad"; Attractive one-page colour ad for the new 1939 Plymouth features a blue four-door; News digest contains these headings - The Anti-British Outburst in Moscow; Incidentals of a Month; A 'National Unity' party; Trials of the Rowell Commission; A Summer's Books; Nostalgice one-page ad for the 1939 Dodge Six and Dodge De Luxe (orange); "North American Speaks English" - Bismarck said this was the most impressive thing in modern history - this photo-illustrated military article deals with the matter of the English-speaking North Americans joining in the impending war on the British side; More Fish in the Sea (short story); A Maker of Books (short story); Mace Webb (short story); Going to the Dogs - great photo-illustrated article on greyhound dog racing in England, with photo of General A.C. Critchley; Little Miss Hurricane (short story); Crossways House (short story); Murderers in the Football Stands - without the outlet of sports as a safety valce for his emotions the average human being would probably turn to murder, mayhem, arson and pillage(?); Palmolive ad features the Dionne Quints; Movie news and photos of Gloria Blondell, Carole Lombard, Paulette Goddard, Spencer Tracy, Tyrone Power and Norma Shearer; Lux soap ad features beautiful photos of Loretta Young; Woodbury's Cold Cream ad features photo of Danielle Darrieux; Scott's Emulsion ad features Uncle Dan comic; *Sensational* one-page colour-illustrated ad for Canadian apples shows little boy at top, different apples down left side, and cooked pie foods along bottom, with list of apple varieties and their ripening months; Where the Fashions Start (fashion article; Nice one-page two-colour ad for Heinz Soups says "The Tureen Tells Tales; Cosmetics article; World Sayings; "Serve Fish To Your Family" colour ad inside back cover; Old Dutch Cleanser,