In each of the following sentences the name of a boy or girl is hidden. For example, in sentence four "Susan" is to be found. Can you guess the others? 1. You can go by steamer to Canada. 2 Will I amuse the remaining guests? 3. You can cross the bridge or get a 4. He promises us a nice little bottle of wine. " _ 5. All the interesting races came off last. 6. The bottled wine was all sold. 7. He saw them made at the palace. 8. Ron and George entered their names for the fishing competition. 9. Her appeal excited the teacher. 10. When Tie demanded it he was wrong. 11. The young lady searched thoroughly for her handbag before telling the .police she had lost it. "V. —June Dodds (original).
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HIDDEN NAMES, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 170, 20 July 1945
HIDDEN NAMES Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 170, 20 July 1945
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