All is not well at the residence of Lord and Lady Worplesdon (aka Aunt Agatha) in Steeple Bumpleigh ... Edwin the Boy Scout had fallen behind, as usual, with his daily acts of kindness. It was Saturday, and he just only caught up to last Sunday's act of kindness. Luckily, Lady Worplesdon had invited some people to stay: Florence's fiancÚ, D'Arcy (Stilton) Cheesewright; Percy Gorringe; and Florence's school friend, Penelope Lamb. Bertie Wooster also received his marching orders. Each one of these people, including Florence (Lady Florence Craye, author of Spindrift), asked him to deliver something (a book of verse, a glove, a business letter, a perfumed note, or a rose) to another member of the house party, which had caught Edwin up to this Saturday.
Unfortunately, in trying to deliver each item, something had happened: the item was taken away by the dog Macintosh to be buried, caught on fire, was eaten by Edwin's pet goat, fell into the lake, or was blown far away by the wind.
Now that various people are after him, Edwin's memories of the events are a bit scrambled. Can you figure out who asked Edwin to deliver which item to which person (Bertie, Florence, Penelope, Percy, Stilton), what day's act of kindness it should have been (last Monday's, Tuesday's, Wednesday's, Thursday's, or Friday's act of kindness), and what catastrophe befell the delivery, for Edwin's report to his Scout Leader?