Now,” I continued, “you two ladies have each a revolver, and so have the stewardesses.
But the stewardesses, good plucky girls, would not agree to this.
This is a regular thing for all stewardesses when they arrive at their home port.
Of the stewardesses, Jane was the only girl who decided to take lessons.
With nerves taut, the stewardesses watched the needle of the altimeter.
We have no stewardesses, only stewards, and they are Africans—all black.
The stewardesses could come ashore if they liked; but they sail and sail and sail.
Swift-footed stewards and stewardesses moved busily to and fro.
Stewardesses can tell all the things that Marconi does not mention.
“There have been stewardesses of the air for only about five years,” Miss Monague explained quietly.