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By Edna Ferber

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Shrieks Hans. " echoes Sheila, pounding on the kitchen table with the rescued basting spoon. "You can't have cookies before dinner. " "Can too," disputes Hans. "Fwieda dives us tookies. " wailingly. "Please, ple-e-e-ease, Auntie Dawnie dearie," wheedles Sheila, wriggling her soft little fingers in my hand. "But Mother never lets you have cookies before dinner," I retort severely. " "Pooh, she does too! ' And then we beg and screech, and then she says, `Oh, for pity's sake, Frieda, give 'em a cooky and send 'em out.

The gray-eyed heroine is a stick; she moves like an Indian lady outside a cigar shop. The hero is a milk-and-water sissy, without a vital spark in him. What's the use of trying to write, anyway? Nobody wants my stuff. Good for nothing except dubbing on a newspaper! Rap! Rap! Rappity-rap-rap! Bing! Milk! I dash into the kitchen. No milk! No milkman! I fly to the door. He is disappearing around the corner of the house. "Hi! Mr. Milkman! Say, Mr. " with frantic beckonings. He turns. He lifts up his voice.

Sis sniffs at that, and mutters something about cups of raisins and nuts and citron hiding a multitude of batter sins. She never allows the Spalpeens to eat my cakes, and on my baking days they are usually sent from the table howling. Norah declares, severely, that she is going to hide the Green Cook Book. The Green Cook Book is a German one. Norah bought it in deference to Max's love of German cookery. It is called Aunt Julchen's cook book, and the author, between hints as to flour and butter, gets delightfully chummy with her pupil.

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