Constance Savery: Stories in Periodicals CWS

Constance Savery: Stories in Periodicals

Periodicals are in alphabetical order. For each periodical, the stories are in chronological order. Click on the name of the periodical to obtain annotations and information about reprints and translations. Reprints by new publishers are listed independently, but unless it changes, the story synopsis is only given for the first printing.

AMERICAN JUNIOR RED CROSS NEWS

  1. The Tale of the Mugglewuff. Illus. by Marjorie Flack. AMERICAN JUNIOR RED CROSS NEWS, American National Red Cross, Washington. Sept. 1934.

  2. The Sun, Moon, and Stars Clock. Illus. by Helene Carter. Published in two parts in AMERICAN JUNIOR RED CROSS NEWS, American National Red Cross, Washington. Oct. and Nov., 1936.

  3. The Clock that Struck Thirteen. AMERICAN JUNIOR RED CROSS NEWS(?), American National Red Cross, Washington. Accepted Mar. 18, 1942.

  4. The Tickative Clock. Illus. by Aline Appel. AMERICAN JUNIOR RED CROSS NEWS, American National Red Cross, Washington. Mar. 1943, pp 192-195.

  5. The Clocks That Could Not Tick. Illus. by Aline Appel. AMERICAN JUNIOR RED CROSS NEWS, American National Red Cross, Washington. Apr. 1943, pp 218-222.

  6. Pigeon's Party. Illus. by Jon Nielson. AMERICAN JUNIOR RED CROSS NEWS, American National Red Cross, Washington. Jan. 1945, pp 92-94.

BOYS TODAY

  1. Service Without Medal. Illus. by Harold Sichel. Nashville: BOYS TODAY, IV(2 - Pt. 4), The Methodist Publishing House, 810 Broadway, Nashville 2, Tennessee. Feb. 25, 1945, pp 1-2.

  2. Tom Tiddler's Ground. Illus. by Henry Moore Picken. Nashville: BOYS TODAY, IV(7 - Pt. 4), The Methodist Publishing House, 810 Broadway, Nashville 2, Tennessee. Jul. 22, 1945, pp 3-4.

CHILD LIFE

  1. Six Enchanted Eggs. Illus. by Margaret C. and Florence J. Hoopes. Chicago : New York : San Francisco: CHILD LIFE, XIV(IV), Rand McNally & Co., 536 S. Clark St., Chicago. Apr. 1935, pp 150-151, 174.

  2. Spindleberries and Pam. Illus. by Margeret C. and Florence J. Hoopes. Chicago : New York : San Francisco: CHILD LIFE, XIV(V), Rand McNally & Co., 536 S. Clark St., Chicago. May 1935, pp 200-203, 228.

  3. Honeypenny Buns. Illus. by Marguerite DeAngeli. Chicago : New York : San Francisco: CHILD LIFE, XIV(VI), Rand McNally & Co., 536 S. Clark St., Chicago. June 1935, pp 255-257, 276.

  4. The Lucky Spoon. Illus. by Marguerite de Angeli. Chicago : New York : San Francisco: CHILD LIFE, XIV(VIII), Rand McNally & Co., 536 S. Clark St., Chicago. Aug. 1935, pp 348-349, 374.

  5. The Secret of Grandmamma Wastwych. Illus. by Marguerite de Angeli. Chicago : New York : San Francisco: CHILD LIFE, XIV(X), Rand McNally & Co., 536 S. Clark St., Chicago. Oct. 1935, pp 442-445, 470-471.

  6. The Little Dragon. Illus. by Robert Lawson. Chicago : New York : San Francisco: CHILD LIFE, XVI(III), Rand McNally & Co., 536 S. Clark St., Chicago. Mar. 1937, pp 102-103, 125, 140.

  7. The Little Dragon's Princess. Illus. by Marie Lawson. Chicago : New York : San Francisco: CHILD LIFE, XIX(V), Rand McNally & Co., 536 S. Clark St., Chicago. May 1940, pp 216-217.

  8. Great-Grandmother's Pansy Spoons. Illus. by Marguerite de Angeli. Chicago : New York : San Francisco: CHILD LIFE, XIX(VII), Rand McNally & Co., 536 S. Clark St., Chicago. July 1940, pp 308-309.

  9. The Little Dragon and His Chinese Lilies. Illus. by Marie Lawson. Chicago : New York : San Francisco: CHILD LIFE, XX(II), Rand McNally & Co., 536 S. Clark St., Chicago. Feb. 1941, pp 68-69, 83.

  10. The Little Dragon's Birthday Party. Illus. by Marie Lawson. Chicago : New York : San Francisco: CHILD LIFE, XX(X), Rand McNally & Co., 536 S. Clark St., Chicago. Oct. 1941, pp 453-455.

  11. The Little Gypsy. Illus. by C.M. Paget. Cincinnati: CHILD LIFE, XXV(IV), Child Life Inc., 405 Mercantile Library Building, Cincinnati 2, Ohio. Apr. 1946, pp. 20-21, 50-51.

  12. The Girl with the Purple Hair. Illus. by C.M. Paget. Cincinnati: CHILD LIFE, XXV(X), Child Life Inc., 405 Mercantile Library Building, Cincinnati 2, Ohio. Oct. 1946, pp. 20-21, 53.

THE CHRISTIAN HERALD

CLASSMATE

  1. Splash. Illus. by Leslie Benson. Nashville: CLASSMATE, LI(34), pt. 2. The Methodist Publishing House, 810 Broadway, Nashville 2, Tennessee. Aug. 20, 1944, pp 1-2, 4, 10.

  2. Rescue Under Fire. Illus. by Leslie Michaelson. Nashville: CLASSMATE, LI (42), pt. 3, The Methodist Publishing House, 810 Broadway, Nashville 2, Tennessee. Oct. 15, 1944, pp 1-2, 4, 10, 15.

  3. Dark Trees. Illus. by Henry C. Pitz. Nashville: CLASSMATE, LII (12), pt. 4, The Methodist Publishing House, 810 Broadway, Nashville 2, Tennessee. Mar. 25, 1945, pp 1-2, 14-15.

  4. Fire Fighter. Illus. by Henry C. Pitz. Nashville: CLASSMATE, LII (23), pt. 2, The Methodist Publishing House, 810 Broadway, Nashville 2, Tennessee. June 10, 1945, pp 4-6.

  5. Glory de George. Illus. by David Hendrickson. Nashville: CLASSMATE, LIII (17), pt. 4, The Methodist Publishing House, 810 Broadway, Nashville 2, Tennessee. Apr. 28, 1946, pp 1-2,5.

  6. Poem by Three Authors. Illus. by Sidney Quinn. Nashville: CLASSMATE, 63(35), pt. 4, The Methodist Publishing House, 810 Broadway, Nashville 2, Tennessee. Aug. 26, 1956, pp 2-4.

THE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH MONTHLY

FAIRYLAND TALES

  1. A Doll and an Engine. London: FAIRYLAND TALES, No. 767, John Leng & Co., 186 Fleet Street, London E.C.4. Apr. 24, 1937, pp 33-38.

  2. Sandy, the Burglar. London: FAIRYLAND TALES, No. 790, John Leng & Co., 186 Fleet Street, London E.C.4. Oct. 2, 1937, pp 35-39.

FIVE | SIX

  1. The Cow and the Calf. Illus. by Leonard Vosburgh. Nashville: FIVE / SIX, 3(2; 3), The Graded Press, Methodist Publishing House, 201 Eighth Ave. South, Nashville, Tennessee 37203. Oct. 9; Oct.16, 1966, pp 1-3; 6-7.

  2. The Shining Necklace. Illus. by Leonard Vosburgh. Nashville: FIVE / SIX, 3(9; 10), The Graded Press, Methodist Publishing House, 201 Eighth Ave. South, Nashville, Tennessee 37203. May 7; May 14, 1967, pp 1-3, 5-6; 7-8.

FORWARD

GIRL'S OWN PAPER

GIRLS TODAY

  1. Butterscotch Pie. Illus. by Henry C. Pitz. Nashville: GIRLS TODAY, 5(3) pt. 4, Mar. 24, 1946, pp 1-2, 7.

  2. One Leaf on the Track. Illus. by Henry Moore Picken. Nashville: GIRLS TODAY, 8(2), pt. 2, Feb. 9, 1947, pp 1-2, 6.

  3. The Scotch Society. Illus. by Henry Moore Picken. Nashville: GIRLS TODAY, 6(3), pt. 5, Mar. 30, 1947, pp 1-2, 6-7,.

  4. The Crab-Stall Artists. Illus. by Harry Timmins. Nashville: GIRLS TODAY, 7(8), pt. 4, Aug 22, 1948, pp 1-2, 5, 7-8.

  5. Jacintha at College. Illus. by Vance Locke. Nashville: GIRLS TODAY, 8(5), pt. 3, May 15, 1949, pp 1-2, 5, 7.

  6. The School Museum. Illus. by Vance Locke. Nashville: GIRLS TODAY, 8(7) pt.5, July 31, 1949, pp. 1-2, 6-7.

THE GUIDE

  1. The Fairy Godbrother by 'Frith Xavery.' Illus. by N.F. London: THE GUIDE, 4(16-17), Aug. 2 and 9, 1924, pp 258-261, 291-292.

  2. Black Pansies, unsigned. Illus. by McWhor. London: THE GUIDE, XIII(3), pp 70-74. Girl Guides Association, 17/19 Buckingham Palace Road, London, S.W.1. May 6, 1933.

THE KIDDIES MAGAZINE

  1. Betty's Button Bag. Illus. J. Gale Thomas. London: THE KIDDIE'S MAGAZINE, Miss K.L. Birch (ed.), The Epworth Press (Edgar C. Barton), 25-35 City Road, London E.C.1. May, 1937.

  2. The Magic Pebble. Illus. by Bay Robinson. London: THE KIDDIE'S MAGAZINE, The Epworth Press (Edgar C. Barton), 25-35 City Road, London E.C.1. July, 1941.

THE LADY

  1. The Rector in Council by 'Rycon,' THE LADY, LTD., 39-40 Bedford Street, Strand, London W.C.2. Jan. 27, 1955, p 96.

  2. Rambling Along by 'Rycon,' THE LADY. June 27, 1955.

  3. Mental Rearmament. London: THE LADY, LTD., 39-40 Bedford Street, Strand, London W.C.2. Dec. 26, 1957, p 790.

THE MERRY-GO-ROUND

METHODIST RECORDER

ONWARD

PICTURES AND STORIES

  1. Mink and His House. Illus. by M. H. PICTURES AND STORIES, II(8), pt. 1, Nashville: The Methodist Publishing House, 810 Broadway, Nashville, Tennessee. Aug. 1, 1943, pp 2-3.

  2. The Fairy Shoe Shop. Illus. by M. H. PICTURES AND STORIES, II(9), pt. 3, Nashville: The Methodist Publishing House, 810 Broadway, Nashville, Tennessee. Sep. 19, 1943, pp 10-11.

STORY PARADE

THE SUNDAY AT HOME AND OVERSEA

SUNDAY CIRCLE

  1. The Yellow Ribbon. London: SUNDAY CIRCLE, LVIII (No. 1498), The Amalgamated Press, Ltd., The Fleetway House, Farringdon Street, London E.C.4. Aug. 1, 1931, pp 98-99.

  2. A Pot of Blue Squills by 'Jennifer Jane,' illus. by W. Hossack. London: SUNDAY CIRCLE, LIX (No. 1,531), The Amalgamated Press, Ltd., The Fleetway House, Farringdon Street, London E.C.4. Mar. 19, 1932, pp 227-228.

  3. Angel Feathers by 'Eleanor Xavery.' THE SUNDAY CIRCLE, The Amalgamated Press, Ltd., The Fleetway House, Farringdon Street, London E.C.4. Aug. 13, 1932.

  4. The Blue Loving-Cup by 'Eleanor Xavery,' illus. by J. Mills. London: THE SUNDAY CIRCLE, The Amalgamated Press, Ltd., The Fleetway House, Farringdon Street, London E.C.4. Sep. 10, 1932, pp 207-208.

  5. Cross-Roads by 'Eleanor Xavery,' illus. by J. Mills. London: THE SUNDAY CIRCLE, No. 1564? The Amalgamated Press, Ltd., The Fleetwood House, Farringdon Street, London E.C.4. Nov. 5? 1932, pp 367-368, 376.

  6. Li'l White Owl by 'Eleanor Xavery,' illus. unsigned. London: SUNDAY CIRCLE, LXI (No. 1,579), The Amalgamated Press, Ltd., The Fleetwood House, Farringdon Street, London E.C.4. Feb. 18, 1933, pp 153-155, 164, 167

  7. Ow'd Maggotty Patch by 'Eleanor Xavery,' illus. unsigned. SUNDAY CIRCLE, The Amalgamated Press, Ltd., The Fleetwood House, Farringdon Street, London E.C.4. May 20, 1933, pp. 463-466.

THE SUNDAY COMPANION

TRAILS FOR JUNIORS

  1. Mister Purvey's Jewel. Illus. by Manning de V. Lee. TRAILS FOR JUNIORS, 21(9), pt. 4, Nashville: The Methodist Publishing House. Sep. 23, 1962, pp 2-3.

  2. Secret in a Cedarwood Box. TRAILS FOR JUNIORS(?), Nashville: The Methodist Publishing House. July, 1965.

TWELVE | FIFTEEN

WOMAN'S MAGAZINE

  1. A "Dancer Merry" illus. by Stanley Lloyd. London: WOMAN'S MAGAZINE, 56(8), May Marshall (ed.). May 1935, pp 474-477.

  2. The Tea Party. Illus. by Mountstephen. London: WOMAN'S MAGAZINE, 59(7). May 25, 1938, pp 509-512.

  3. Glory de George. Illus. by Edgar Spencerley. London: WOMAN'S MAGAZINE, 61(4). Jan. 1940. Published at 4 Bouverie-street, London E.C.4, pp 17-19, 71-72.

  4. Ladders to Heaven. Illus. by Black. London: WOMAN'S MAGAZINE, 61(4). Apr. 1940. Published at 4 Bouverie-street, London E.C.4., pp 46-53, 84-85.

  5. Miss Marigold's Letter (in two parts) by 'Elizabeth Cloberry.' Illus. by E.M.D. London: WOMAN'S MAGAZINE, 61(9-10). Sep. - Oct. 1940. Published at 4 Bouverie-street, London E.C.4, pp. 35-38, 44 in Sep.; pp 37-40 in Oct.

  6. Dark Trees. Illus. by Treyer Evans. London: WOMAN'S MAGAZINE, 63(10)? Doran Court, Reigate-road, Redhill, Surrey. July 1942, pp 6-8.

YOU AND I

NOTE: Savery's last book for Lutterworth, God's Arctic Adventurer, is described in the section devoted to biographies.

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