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    The Saturday Evening Post [v214 #51, June 20, 1942] (10¢, 10½″ x 13½″, cover by Fred Ludekens) [] (Full Text)
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    • 9 · Bible of Baseball · Stanley Frank · ar; The Sporting News proves fans can take it by the ream.
    • 11 · Where Is Tita · Kenneth Perkins · ss; This little girl couldn’t wait for her ship to come in.
    • 13 · Treasure on the Ocean Floor · Pinto · ar; Gulf-coast Greeks go down; sponges come up (Color photographs).
    • 14 · Pike Pohlman Invades a Barony · Leo Livingston · ss; Three hundred and fifty lumberjacks right a wrong.
    • 15 · Tokyo Calls the Tune · Demaree Bess · ar; Hitler rediscovers the Yellow Peril-Tokyo style.
    • 16 · Russia Will Hold This Summer · Joseph E. Davies · ar; Here’s one American who should know.
    • 18 · How to Have Fun with Weeds · Rackham Holt · ar; Don’t dump them at the garden’s edge; eat them.
    • 19 · Dorothy Lamour; Big Pie Plate · Earl Wilson · ar; A demon dish salesman shows the movies the way.
    • 20 · Four-Cornered Turn · Phyllis Duganne · ss; Well-turned story in re hazards of independent romance.
    • 22 · I Escaped from Hong Kong [Part 3 of 3] · Jan Henrik Marsman · ar; Flight across China from Hong Kong’s horrors.
    • 24 · Destroyer from America · John Fernald · ss; Adventures of a four-stacker unde the Union Jack.
    • 30 · The Ranger Takes a Honeymoon · Bert Stiles · ss; The great-out-of-doors refuses to cooperate.
    • · The Case of the Careless Kitten [Part 5 of 8; Perry Mason] · Erle Stanley Gardner · sl
    • · Assignment in Brittany [Part 8 of 8] · Helen MacInnes · sl


    The Saturday Evening Post [v214 #52, June 27, 1942] (10½″ x 13½″, cover by Norman Rockwell) [] (Full Text)
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    • · Johnny, Come Back to Me! · Mildred Harrington · ss; Wife puts borrowed best foot too far forward.
    • · “V” for Virginia · William Fay · ss; She marked her fighter for champ and that was that.
    • · Pirate Off Nantucket · James Warner Bellah · ss; Sub makes untimely and unnautical appearance.
    • · McQuillan Goes Below [Rodney McQuillan] · Frank Leon Smith · ss; The Widow Crotty’s yacht goes all out for defense.
    • · Hell on Wheels · R. Ross Annett · ss; a Babe and Little Joe revise a bad-neighbor policy.
    • · The Case for the Minorities · Wendell L. Willkie · ar; Now’s the time to come to the aid of the other side.
    • · Our Two Months on Corregidor · Cabot Coville · ar; Eyewitness description of the siege.
    • · Why Germany Must Invade England · Demaree Bess · ar; England must be beaten before the Axis can win.
    • · I Can’t Got a Job · Georcia Long · ar; Nobody wants this businesswoman of fifty-seven.
    • · Wool-Hat Dictator · Rufus Jarman · ar; How Talmadge wows ’em in Georgia’s cracker counties.
    • · Address: Paradise · Richard Stockton · ar; This American went to the South Seas to live. Color pix.
    • · The Japanese Pincers in Brazil · John W. White · ar; Japan’s “colonists” farm our neighbor’s strategic spots.
    • · You Can Do Business with Your Junkman Any old clothes, tin or rubber today? · Warren Hall · ar
    • · The Bride Saw Red [Part 1 of 7] · Robert Carson · sl; A professional son marries for trouble, and gets it.
    • · The Case of the Careless Kitten [Part 6 of 8; Perry Mason] · Erle Stanley Gardner · sl; The Mystery Deepens.




    The Saturday Evening Post [v215 #3, July 18, 1942] (10¢, 10½″ x 13½″, cover by Paul Hesse) [] (Full Text)
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    • · She Wanted to Be a Hero · Philip Wylie · ss; But he apparently assayed little courage to the ton.
    • · Gromie and Vincie · Horatio Winslow · ss; They were refugees from culture, failure and each other.
    • · Too Old for Service · William G. Torode · ss; But not too old to do the impossible. Convoy drama.
    • · Journey by Night · Thomas Walsh · ss; Third degree on a night train from the west.
    • · Airplanes and Bathtubs-Cooked to Order · Paul Christian & David G. Wittels · ar; Cooked wood may prove to be an industrial miracle.
    • · Turkey’s Place on the Axis Timetable · Leigh White & Winston Burdett · ar; Report on defending the Near East oil.
    • · We Saw the Battle of the Atlantic · Charles Rawlings · ar; Offshore with the Coast Guard.
    • · Oil Is Where You Pipe It · Frank J. Taylor · ar; What you ought to know about the oil pipe lines.
    • · Chicago Throws a Party · Robert M. Yoder · ar; Chicago proves that old Northern hospitality can’t be the best.
    • · Gall Is a Wonderful Thing · Frederick C. Othman · ar; Vic I’m a Genius, Mature’s record. Sweet and sour notes.
    • · What Social Security Does for You · Alexander Griffith · ar; In case you wondered.
    • · We Eat What We Want · Boyden Sparkes · ar; The home freezer wipes its feet on our doormats.
    • · No Surrender [Part 1 of 8] · Martha Albrand · sl
    • · The Bride Saw Red [Part 4 of 7] · Robert Carson · sl





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