JANET MANLY dismounted behind the old Blake place and the elderly groom came from the stables and took the reins. “You will want Chief for the field in the morning, my lady?” “Yes, the redcoats get breakfast and stirrup cups at Langdons. The hounds are now baying with a swell British accent.”By JOHN WILSTACH40 min
Despite the increase in gun range, the speeding up of aircraft, the Straits of Dover still are— as they have been for nine centuries —an insuperable obstacle to the invaders — ReedBy DOUGLAS REED12 min
WOMEN who make their own jam are never likely to get in one. They’ll always have a store of good things on hand and no slice of toast need ever go unaccompanied to their tables, no biscuit ever be lonesome and no tart-shell cry in vain for a little co-operation in becoming a delectable dessert.By HELEN G. CAMPBELL6 min
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