The Jesuits were already preaching in the forests. A British fleet lurked on the horizon, ready to pounce on the defenseless French settlements. And in the background, the clever, old young cardinal was twisting Champlain's colony to his own ambitious purpose
NO, LUCRETIUS.” Miss Phoebe Crew, proprietress of Miss Crew’s Millinery, spoke gently but firmly to the manly figure seated opposite her, a cup of tea balanced neatly on his knee, in the parlor of her flat over her place of business. “My mind is made up.
Some specialists blame the smoking habit for the alarming increase in lung cancer, which one expert says will afflict one man out of twelve by 1970. Others suggest the cigarette may be blameless. Here’s a report on the most controversial medical topic of our times
This huge prairie musical competition is “the greatest festival in the English-speaking world.” It’s even more than that for twenty thousand youngsters who giggle, squirm, throw spitballs and—most important of all—make the most of their chance to soak up good music at first hand
Educationists said retarded children couldn’t be taught, so six years ago seventy Toronto parents got together to prove them wrong. They founded an experimental school that has since confounded the experts and has inspired other cities to tackle this heart-rending social problem
Come into Bevvy Martin’s farmhouse, sit down at the groaning table and dig into the drepsley soup, summer sausage, coffeecake, dandelion salad, Dutch apples and tempting shoofly pie. Man, it really schmecks!
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