"Life is so much more fun when one is not afraid. It is her happy
courage—the zest with which she welcomes every new delightful freedom—which is
the charm of the modern girl. What mother can bear to stay in the drab
shadows of middle life when such a daughter beckons back to
Youth—which will not tolerate senseless drudgery, the
slavery of old-fashioned ways.
It is to this demand of youth for the best
that Modess owes its remarkable
Manifesto for these new-found liberated 1920a gals to take up flying?
Think, instead, of wings with a "dry weave top sheet" and you'll be a little closer...
I am going to be offline for a few days, m'ladies (and lads). A-conferencing I will go. In my absense, i bring to you...
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