Dear Uncle,—I have como down to earth with a bump after a week in the heights—one glorious week spent in ideal surroundings. That is how I felt ...Article : 745 words
Dear Uncle,—I was greatly surprised when I opened the "Banner" to find that my letter had won the Honor position. I have just returned home ...Article : 309 words
All letters for this page must be authenticated as the work of the writer by the teacher of his or her school. When a pen-name is used, the writer's full name and address must also be attached. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 40 words
DEAR Young Friends,—The largest ship in the world, the mammoth 80,000 ton liner Queen Mary, named after the Queen Mother, recently ...Article : 520 words
Dear Uncle,—The weather is becoming cool now, and we have, started sowing our crops. We have had every success so far. My brothers, George ...Article : 378 words
Dear Uncle,—I was glad to see my last letter in print, and that I had won the honor letter and prize. I thank you for warding me the prize. ...Article : 358 words
Members of the Children's Circle who are desirous of opening correspondence with nieces and nephews through the Page, are requested to forward ...Article : 75 words
Dear Uncle,—I hope you will forgive me as it is about three years since- I last wrote, but I have always followed up and read the Children's ...Article : 290 words
Dear uncle,—I was pleased to see my last letter highly. commended. Most of the farmers have finished stripping. I have composed a few verses of ...Article : 134 words
Dear Uncle,—it is a year since last wrote to you, but, I still enjoy reading the Corner each week, I am now 15 years old and I have left ...Article : 238 words
At a cricket match, in the Midlands, England, a very fast ball was sent down by the bowler. It reached the batsman, but vanished. ...Article : 126 words
Dear Uncle,—I have not written for a long time, and I am very sorry. I have not lost my badge, like some cousins, and I hope I never do. My ...Article : 96 words
My first is in write but not in date, My second's in stand but not in weight; My third is in book but not in pot ...Article : 84 words
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