TERRITORIES: Ten Years into One Hour

One evening last week a party of Navy folk gathered at an obscure Chinese restaurant in Honolulu's Waikiki section where good chop suey is to be had. Full of good spirits, they sat around eating, laughing, talking, making merry. Centre of the group was Lieut. Thomas Hedges Massie, with his mother-in-law, Mrs. Granville Roland Fortescue. Thalia Fortescue Massie, his wife, was also there. About them they had assembled Navy friends for a celebration because for the first time in four months Lieut. Massie and Mrs. Fortescue, with Seamen Jones and Lord, were...

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