The Mornin'-Glory Girl

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E-text prepared by Roger Frank and the Online Distributed Proofreading Team (http://www.bookcove.net) THE MORNIN’-GLORY GIRL by ALICE M. WINLOW and KATHRYN POCKLINGTON McClelland & Stewart, Limited Publishers—Toronto Copyright, Canada, 1920 By McClelland & Stewart, Limited, Toronto Printed in Canada THIS LITTLE BOOK IS DEDICATED TO THOSE KINDLY SOULS WHO CONSISTENTLY SING, “SCATTER SEEDS OF KINDNESS.” CONTENTS Dedication Chapter I. Mrs. Wopp’s Hospitality Chapter II. Concerning Betty Chapter III. A Day at School Chapter IV. Wash-Day at Mrs. Wopp’s Chapter V. A Dance in the Cedar Hills Chapter VI. An Evening in the Wopp Parlor Chapter VII. The Little Church in the Coulee Chapter VIII. Betty Visits the City of Her Dreams Chapter IX. The Vaudeville Show Chapter X. The Circus Chapter XI. Jonah and the Whale Chapter XII. The Autograph Quilt Chapter XIII. Moses Gains Prestige Chapter XIV. Betty Among the Flowers Chapter XV. Merry-Making in the Hay-Loft Chapter XVI. Moses Has Exciting Experiences Chapter XVII. A Sample of Ebenezer Wopp’s Ire Chapter XVIII. A Pair of Checked Trousers Chapter XIX. Betty’s Illness CHAPTER I. MRS. WOPP’S HOSPITALITY. Ebenezer Wopp sat at the head of the table. Beaming from behind a promising array of cups and saucers, his portly wife presented a countenance of aggressive hospitality. In height and girth Mrs. Wopp had much the advantage of her husband. “Arsk a blessin’, Ebenezer.” All heads bowed as the compliant master of the house, with thin nervous hands outspread and in a voice quavering with piety, responded to this request. Moses of the freckled face and pale blue eyes, kept one eye open as grace was being said, in order to scan the bounteous display on the table. Furtively he chose the largest bun on the plate that was placed close to Betty, his little foster-sister. To annex the most corpulent pickle would require some slight manœuvring, but he felt sure it could be managed. “Amen!” Suddenly, all heads were raised and a sigh of satisfaction escaped Mrs. Wopp’s lips. “We do be glad to hev the new schoolmarm,” she announced, “you might of mentioned her, in yer blessin’, Ebenezer.” “I’ll make a note of that, Lize.” The dutiful husband drew from his pocket a long slip of paper and a small stubby pencil. Having a poor memory, he had formed the habit of making a note of everything his wife suggested, so that he could fulfill her wishes in future. The notes were plentiful, but they failed in some unaccountable way to prod his memory. “Never mind yer notes, Ebenezer, jist you sarve the pork.” It had been Mrs. Wopp’s aim, to have the names for all the members of the household sanctified by biblical authority. She claimed to have had unnumbered admirers in her youth and had singled out her husband

Kathryn Pocklington and Alice M. (Alice Maud) Winlow

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