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The Campfire Girls of Roselawn

by Margaret Penrose

Showing how Jessie Norwood and her chums became interested in radiophoning, how they gave a concert for a worthy local charity, and how they received a sudden and unexpected call for help out of the air. A girl wanted as witness in a celebrated law case disappears, and the radio girls go to the rescue. (Also published as "The Radio Girls of Roselawn")

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