The Girl who Loved the Sailors

Here is an article from ‘Papers Past’ which shows the lengths that some ladies will go to be with a sailor.  Click HERE for the newspaper article from the NZ TRUTH, ISSUE 1034,    19 SEPTEMBER 1925.    Thanks to Papers Past, National Library of New Zealand.

 

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6 Responses to The Girl who Loved the Sailors

  1. John Bullock says:

    I recall Dial-a-Sailor in my day appeared to be very successful to the ships company in various ports visited. I am sure there were a lot of “true stories” spun around messdecks as a direct result thereof!

  2. gunther says:

    what do u mean ur sure that there were a lot of true stories,, u used to tell all about ur’s

  3. Jim D says:

    Agree Gunth – especially in Pearl Harbour…

  4. Jim Blackburn says:

    Now come on you Lads…Before it gets naughty…..Remember the 3 golden rules of Mess Dinners…
    You Don’t talk “Shop”… You don’t Talk Religion” and you don’t mention Ladies Names…..OOOOH….

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