Mary Jane s Country Home

Mary Jane ! ” It was her mother's voice calling from the shack . “ Coming ! " replied
the little girl . With a hasty look to see if she had anywhere near enough beans -
yes , she really had about enough for a mealMary Jane jumped up and ran ...

Mary Jane s Country Home

Author: Clara Ingram Judson

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Mary Jane s Memoirs

There had been a heavy dew in the morning , and if she couldn ' t have her
dinner without sitting down on the damp grass and getting rheumatics for the rest
of her life she would go back to London . However , she gave way at last , and
that ...

Mary Jane s Memoirs

Author: George R. Sims

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The Mary Jane Papers

One day she fainted away and fell right down on the floor in the dining - room ,
just as we were sitting down to dinner . ... Mother had engaged a cook before
Bridget left , to take her place ; but she never came , and another one
disappointed us ...

The Mary Jane Papers

Author: Almira George Plympton

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Looking for Mary Jane

MARIE . Oh , Mr . Barnes , I thought you were at dinner ! CHARLES ( down c . ) .
No , I seldom eat dinner . 1 - 1 MARIE ( coming down L . ) . Seldom eat dinner ?
How queer ! CHARLES . Yes , it is odd , isn ' t it ? The fact is , the family think I ' m
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Looking for Mary Jane

Author: Helen Bagg

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Mary Jane

... or other dinners , it is not the turtle , or venison , or whitebait , or Champagne ,
or Burgundy , which arrests our attention ... In regard to the properties or qualities
of matter , as producing life and intelligence , we have first electricity , coming ...

Mary Jane

Author: Samuel Guppy

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Testimony of Philip O Keeney and Mary Jane Keeney and Statement Regarding Their Background

It was a dinner in my home to which Mr . and Mrs . Eisler came because I was
very interested in talking to Mr . Eisler about Germany , a country in which I have
a great interest . Mr . Nixon . The only people present were Mr . and Mrs . Eisler
and ...

Testimony of Philip O  Keeney and Mary Jane Keeney and Statement Regarding Their Background

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Un-American Activities

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San Diego Magazine

JIMMY LOVE'S The creative California cuisine with Mediterranean flair keeps 'em
coming back to this high-energy eatery. Dinner nightly. ... MARYJANE'S
Maryjane's at the Hard Rock Hotel offers classic American cuisine with a
contemporary twist. Breakfast ... Dinner nightly. 820 Fifth Ave., 619814-6375.
themerkcom. $$-$$$ MONSOON it With waterfall décor, Monsoon pours out
exotic Indian fare. Lunch ...

San Diego Magazine

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San Diego Magazine gives readers the insider information they need to experience San Diego-from the best places to dine and travel to the politics and people that shape the region. This is the magazine for San Diegans with a need to know.

The Evergreen

Mary could not fill her place , to the grave ; the grave , from which there and she
did not try to do it ; she grumbled at is no return . Jane had tended her father , her
hard case ; when her mother came home , and tried to keep the house for him ,
always she found she must work , when the work returning quickly from school to
have his really ought to have been finished , and the dinner ready ; and on ...

The Evergreen

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Vols. 1-7 include music.

Dearest Mary Jane

He sniffed delicately at Brimble and Brimble eyed him from the shelter of Mary
Jane's arms and muttered before they went into the drawingroom. 'Mary Jane's
coming down for tea—we'll be back in good time for dinner.' 'You're not taking
Mary ...

Dearest Mary Jane

Author: Betty Neels

Publisher: Harlequin

ISBN: 1488029059

Page: 219

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A cowboy, a baby and the woman who could save them both… She'd often dreamed about him coming back, with a baby in his arms. And now, Cisco del Norte is home. But the baby he carried can't possibly be theirs. Still, Easton Springhill got part of her wish. The man she never stopped loving is back, even for just a little while—with a serious injury, a beautiful baby girl and an explanation about them both that’s as flimsy as his excuse for leaving years before. And after five long years of trying to forget him, Easton is faced with a choice: love him—and that little girl—while she has them, or save herself and get away while the getting is good. Because there’s no way she'll be able to escape with her heart a second time… Originally published in 2010

Annual Report

June 2 For hack at Adrian , going to school and returning . . supper , bed and
breakfast , Adrian . . . dinner at Detroit ... For expenses incurred in conveying
Alphonsus Wells , Mary Jane Wells and Lena Wells from Luce county to S . P . S .
: car ...

Annual Report

Author: Michigan. Board of State Auditors

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The Coursing calendar ed by Stonehenge

Next time the latter came racing away three lengths for first turn , and , taking his
game through a fence , immediately got the award in his favour . ... Mary Jane
went in rattling style from Eve , leading fully four lengths , and sticking well to the
scut put op five more before ... In the evening a party of about forty gentlemen sat
down to a sumptuous dinner , Dr Richardson in the chair , and after the usual
loyal ...

The Coursing calendar  ed  by  Stonehenge

Author: John Henry Walsh

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Suspects

Little Big Man author Thomas Berger takes the murder mystery and runs with it in this trip around a quiet suburb with a dark secret. “A cutting, ironic wit and a precision of detail so deadly it hurts when you laugh.” —Ms.

Suspects

Author: Thomas Berger

Publisher: Diversion Books

ISBN: 1682306917

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Little Big Man author Thomas Berger takes the murder mystery and runs with it in this trip around a quiet suburb with a dark secret. “A cutting, ironic wit and a precision of detail so deadly it hurts when you laugh.” —Ms. Mary Jane Jones doesn't like to meddle. She's content to stay out of the admittedly tame gossip of her suburban neighborhood, even in the fresh loneliness of widowhood. In fact, if it wasn't for the daily invites to dinner she receives from her sweet neighbor, Donna, she would be content to just stay home alone. Never one to risk being rude, Mary slowly finds herself not just a frequent guest in Donna's spotless house, but enjoying her company, and that of her three-year old daughter. So when Donna doesn't pick up the phone during their usual dining hours, something's too amiss for Mary to stay put. Unable to depend on slow moving cops, Mary doesn't just come over, she breaks in. What she finds is almost beyond comprehension. Donna and her little girl have been brutally slaughtered in their beds. The innocent façade of the town shattered, two world-weary detectives must find the murderer before he strikes again. But as officers Nick Moody and Dennis LeBeau grill their two primary suspects, Larry Howland, the late Donna Howland’s husband, and Lloyd Howland, Larry’s half-brother, the harder it is for them to piece together the motive. Lloyd, who had been in love with Donna for as long as he can remember, forges a bond with one of the detectives, but can’t seem to keep away from oddball scenarios that put him at odds with the law. Between his misadventures and the mystery brewing in town, Suspects is a story that entertains on every single page.

Mary Jane s City Home

On many a day Mrs. Merrill packed a basket of dinner and they met Mr. Merrill
over by the park , had their dinner near one of the small lagoons or close to the
big lake . After dinner they played ball or tennis — Alice was learning to be very
good ...

Mary Jane s City Home

Author: Clara Ingram Judson

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

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"Take a trip with Mary Jane. She is the heorine of these popular stories for girls. You'll find her a charming traveling companion, and her many fascinating adventures both at home and abroad will endear her to your heart." -- (p.4) of dust jacket.

Mary Jane Her Visit

Let ' s go now , " said Mary Jane eagerly . “ Not now , " answered Grandmother , “
because it ' s too near dinner time . Wait till you have your dinner and a little rest
of half an hour . Then you can start and pick all EARNING MONEY 189.

Mary Jane Her Visit

Author: Clara Ingram Judson

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

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It seemed to Mary Jane that some magic must have been at work to change the world during the night she slept on the train. All the country she knew had hills and valleys and many creeks and woods of pine trees. But when she waked up in the morning and peeped out of the window of her berth, she saw great wide fields and woods that seemed always far away. And the occasional creek that the train rumbled over was small and could be seen a long way off, coming across the fields toward the railroad. And the roads! How funny they were! They came straight and white toward the train, each just exactly as smooth and as regular as the one before. To be sure the country was pretty; yellow buttercups and bright blue flowers bloomed along the track and the fields looked fresh and green in the morning sun.

New York Magazine

One F.I.F. young woman, now married and with children of her own, remembers
vividly her first meal with some of her grander ... Uncle Joe dosed himself with
drops and pills and remedies so often to ward off colds that when, one winter, he
actually came down with pneumonia, one of his ... Mary Jane Cuddihy MacGuire,
recalling her first Gotham Ball, says, "My impression was one of just poor taste —
it ...

New York Magazine

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New York magazine was born in 1968 after a run as an insert of the New York Herald Tribune and quickly made a place for itself as the trusted resource for readers across the country. With award-winning writing and photography covering everything from politics and food to theater and fashion, the magazine's consistent mission has been to reflect back to its audience the energy and excitement of the city itself, while celebrating New York as both a place and an idea.

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206 E. 86th ST . ( Near 3rd Ave. ) Closed Mon. RE 4-4428 " ALL THE ... show with
guests John Byner , Louis Nye , 12:15 O MARYJANE , 1968 film . Fabian , Audrey
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Mary Jane in New England

It was a different sort of a supper from any Mary Jane had ever eaten away at a
hotel — though as a matter of fact the Willow Tree Cottage wasn ' t really a hotel
at all ; it was an old New England farmhouse enlarged a bit and opened to some
 ...

Mary Jane in New England

Author: Clara Ingram Judson

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

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"Then are we really going?" asked Mary Jane eagerly. "To Boston and Harvard and Uncle Hal's Class Day and everything?" added Alice. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill looked at each other and then at the long letter in Mrs. Merrill's hand. "I do believe we are," said Mrs. Merrill thoughtfully. "That's right!" approved Mr. Merrill heartily. "You'll never regret it. I am sure the girls are old enough to remember the interesting sights they will see and they may never have another chance to go to Harvard Class Day and all the 'doings' Hal writes about." "And then," added Mrs. Merrill, "I always promised brother Hal I'd come when he graduated. One doesn't have a 'baby brother' graduate from Harvard every summer. Though I would like it better if you could go too." "Sure you can't, Dad"? asked Alice, wistfully.