Writings of Naida Muriel Freudenberg (1915-1998) in the Jersey Journal from March 8, 1930; March 15, 1930; and March 22, 1930.
Naida Muriel Freudenberg (1915-1998) in the Jersey Journal from March 8, 1930; March 15, 1930; and March 22, 1930. She tells a fictionalized version of her trip to visit her cousins in Chicago, Illinois.
Westward Bound by Naida Freudenberg, 9 Claremont Avenue, Jersey City, New Jersey.
Part IEditor's Note: We are introducing you today the first part of a serial, written by Naida Freudenberg. Naida has spent a great deal of time on this, and as it is a true story of her trip West, ought to hold a great deal of interest for Juniors. Write me how you like it.
It seems longer although it was only yesterday that Betty was back in Jersey City. On a clear, crisp Autumn day she was wending her way, by auto, through the hills of Pennsylvania with Mr. and Mrs. Harding and their daughter, Sally.
The drive stood up and said as they drove past, "drop in and see me when you are homeward bound."Part III
The two girls watched the surrounding scenery. There were many signs around proclaiming the fact that "Crystal Lake, just ahead." Two miles to "Dark Caverns."