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Picture yourself in France in the time of the musketeers, when your honor
is who you are. Meet the musketeers. Laugh with them; ride with them;
fight for your life with them. Weep with them. It's 1638. Circumstances
conspire to plunge the young lady, a master fencer, into the fateful position
of saving France from the traitor.
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would you do if you were a time traveler and you made a terrible mistake?
if that mistake is destroying your own history
and your only hope is to convince 17th-century musketeers to travel forward
in time and set events right?
For Love of a Queen - Historical Fiction
1639 in the time of King Louis XIII of France. There is absolutely no
doubt in Laurel's mind ---Laurel, the secret leader of France's spy network---that
he would plunge France into another devastating war when he learns Queen
Anne has been kidnapped.
Hear the clash of swords. Feel the pain of their thrusts. Fight
alongside the musketeers and Laurel, and find the queen, and get her out,
at all cost, and what costs. God may save the queen. But who will save
President Ronald Reagan. (2/6/1911
Page 29 of 1928 senior Dixon High School yearbook below.
Presented by Kat Jaske, author
of For Honor and more books. Her family has her grandfather's
signed 1928 Dixonian Dixon High School yearbook.
Use the menu on the left to see all 24 Ronald
Ronald Reagan high school senior picture. Above are the senior
pictures from the 1928 Dixonian. Note the typo that lists his name as
Donald Reagan rather than Ronald Reagan. Ronald Reagan's boyhood home
in Dixon, IL has been preserved.
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1928 Dixon High School seniors shown above are:
Dorothy Randall -------- Ronald Reagan
Margaret Rees ---------- Helene Reynolds
Raymond Riddlebauer - Hazel Ringler
What would you
sacrifice to save your country? Your honor?
Come with me to France, to the time of the musketeers, when honor is everything.
Meet the musketeers. Laugh with them; ride with them, fight for your life
with them. Weep with them. It's 1638. You are there. France does not suspect
the evil forces working within to shatter the tranquility, to split the
spoils for evil's own gain.
But this is no ordinary story, as circumstances conspire
to plunge the young lady, master fencer into the fateful position of saving
France from the traitor. She cannot do it alone, but she will be a part
of the battle. Feel the emotions of the musketeers as they are swept up
in this battle. Can they accept a woman as an equal? Can they protect
her. Should they protect her. Do they care? Be careful, as you cannot
stop once you begin. Fate has spoken.
Join the adventure
and find out. Are you
My grandfather, Clinton Ortgiesen, was a friend
Reagan in high school in Dixon, IL. We
have the high school "Dixonian" yearbook which Ronald Reagan
See picture of my grandfather
Clinton G. Ortgiesen and my grandmother Mildred (Deadmond) Ortgiesen ->>>
Note that Reagan signed the picture Dutch to Hayseed. Reagan's nickname
was Dutch. His mother gave him the haircut from the Dutch Boy pictures
on the paint cans, and the nick name stuck. My grandfather was a farm
boy, and thus the name 'Hayseed.'
What a place for a typo! Note that the text lists
his name as Donald Reagan, rather than Ronald Reagan.
"Life is just one grand sweet song, so start the music."
Pres. N. S Student body 4; Pres. 2; Play 3, 4;Dram.
Club 3, 4, Pres. 4; Fresh-Soph. Drama Club 1, 2, Pres. 2; Football 3,
4; Annual Staff; Hi-Y 3,4, Vice-Pres. 4; Art. 1, 2; Lit. Contest 2; Track
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