A night out drinking gets two girls into trouble. A story from the archives.
By Kenny Walters
Emily Carter slammed the Jeep Grand Cherokee into a vacant slot right across the street from the Tacahoosa Sheriff’s office, flung the door open and stepped out into the morning sun. The tall dark-haired woman’s white broad-rimmed Stetson, freshly laundered white blouse and smart gray pin-strip pants might have looked out of place in some parts, but not in this affluent township with its fine houses and outlying horse ranches.
A horn beeped just as Mrs Carter began to cross the street. Looking round, with more than a thought to giving the driver a piece of her mind, she saw a dark blue Ford pick-up pulling in behind her Jeep.
Jane Fairweather’s Summoned for Discipline has just been published by Stormy Nights Publications. This is Jane’s third book of stories from Stormy Nights, the others being Sixth Form Discipline and Visits to the Headmistress. Blushing Books also publish An English Spanking Anthology.
The stories in Summoned for Discipline range over an ambitiously wide range of themes, from America thirty years after the Civil War to the rather dismal England of the 1950’s by way of several stories set against the background of the First World War, to an American school on the eve of Pearl Harbour. In the process a wide range of characters and situations are explored; but invariably an older girl, who might expect herself to be too old for corporal punishment suddenly finds herself summoned to face a good hiding because it is the only solution available, whether the implement of chastisement is the paddle, the cane or the slipper.
A mother and employer team up to teach a girl a good lesson
By Kane Strokes
The early months of 1969, and nineteen year old Cathy Fuller arrives for work at ‘Treadz’ shoe shop just as the shop was about to open. The manageress, Mrs Helen Grant, looked at her watch.
“Sorry Mrs Grant, I got a bit delayed.”
“Your time keeping is going to have to improve, Cathy.” Mrs Grant admonished her. She liked Cathy, always bright and cheerful, but the girl could be a little cheeky at times. Now, if she was her daughter!
Cathy went out the back of the shop to the staff room, took off her coat and returned quickly to the shop. There were two other members of staff, both ladies, and both in their 40’s, Vera Grist and Maureen Taylor, and both thought the same about Cathy’s cheek, although neither said anything about it. It was the way of the world these days, but if she was their daughter!
Envy proves a painful element in a friendship
by Holy Diver
St Anne’s Academy for Girls, England, 1979.
Hannah Anderson and Laura Chapman were returning to school after their summer break. The two girls were the best of friends despite being polar opposites of each other. Hannah was lazy but popular and always liked to mess around, while Laura was studious, athletic and had a more serious demeanour. They were both exceedingly pretty. Hannah was short but curvy and had long curly brown hair and freckles, while Laura was tall and statuesque with straight, jet-black hair. Their taste in music was also drastically different; Hannah was a big fan of punk rock especially ‘The Sex Pistols’ and ‘The Clash’, while Laura was an avid fan of mainstream pop music, particularly ‘Queen’ and ‘ABBA’. Over their school years, the two girls maintained a close bond. However, the once close friendship between them was about to be put under strain.
Two sisters go too far, and then their mother finds out.
By Julie Baker
I was born in March 1966 and my parents called me Sophie. My sister was born almost exactly a year later and they named her Alice. My mother was a fashion model before she got married and my father was a professional footballer with Southampton, in his early playing career, and then at Plymouth Argyle. We were born just after the move to Plymouth, but within two years of the move he and my mother had parted company. Shortly afterwards he went into football management and moved to Birmingham with his new girlfriend. They eventually married and had two children together; a boy and a girl.
A girls is having a bad day. By a new writer to us
Kate was late; nothing unusual in that, she was terrible at getting up and getting on in a morning, but today she was walking to school with a warm bottom. She knew what time she was supposed to get up but dragging herself out of bed was just too difficult. After much calling and threatening she had risen, showered and got her school uniform on and went downstairs for breakfast. After she had finished, her bowl went on the side and she prepared to leave.
“Put your bowl in the dishwasher, please.”
She might be Head girl, but she can still be punished.
By Gillian Howard
I am Steve Gilbert and I go a boys grammar school in the North of England where I am in the 6th form. We have just been informed by the Headmaster that, as from September, there will be 15 girls joining our upper sixth class as the girls grammar school is being refurbished. I was also informed that I would be the Head Boy and I was to start school a day earlier so I could meet the girls and also get to know the girl that had been selected to be Head Girl.
A secretary gets a glowing report, but only after a glowing bottom
By Paul S
Stephanie was 19 and was an attractive girl. She had recently joined Tanner International lawyers PLC, mainly based in London, New York and Sydney but with branches all over the world. She had worked as a secretary for some time, but wanted to get on and advance her career. She initially worked in a typing pool with other girls, when an opportunity came up to work as a Personal Assistant (PA) to one of the junior partners, Mr Bridge.
Mr Bridge was a very pleasant and professional man, but did not like girls who messed up and was quick to say so. Christine, his current PA, was very experienced and in her fifties, but decided she had had enough of working full time, and decided to switch to the firm’s Dubai office where she could work part time as assistant to one of the senior partners, whom she knew very well.
A sequel to The New Headmaster, Two sisters caned, The Crisis, and Reflections on Year One for the Headmaster
The new term was barely three weeks old when James Simmons was faced with a significant problem. The Headmaster’s secretary received a call from the local police that three girls had been caught drinking under-age in one of the pubs in the local town. The real problem was that they were with Alison White who was a relatively new teacher and it was her that ordered the bottle of champagne, and it was only when she ordered a second bottle that she was asked for evidence that the three girls were eighteen.