Betty Wales, Senior: A Story For Girls (Betty Wales, #4) Margaret Warde

ISBN: 9781436991414

Published: August 1st 2008

Hardcover

396 pages


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Betty Wales, Senior: A Story For Girls (Betty Wales, #4)  by  Margaret Warde

Betty Wales, Senior: A Story For Girls (Betty Wales, #4) by Margaret Warde
August 1st 2008 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 396 pages | ISBN: 9781436991414 | 9.15 Mb

Purchase of this book includes free trial access to www.million-books.com where you can read more than a million books for free.This is an OCR edition with typos.Excerpt from book:CHAPTER III THE BELDEN HOUSE INITIATION PARTY Lucile Merrifield,MorePurchase of this book includes free trial access to www.million-books.com where you can read more than a million books for free.This is an OCR edition with typos.Excerpt from book:CHAPTER III THE BELDEN HOUSE INITIATION PARTY Lucile Merrifield, Bettys stately sophomore cousin, and Polly Eastman, Luciles roommate and dearest friend, sat on Madeline Ayress bed and munched Madelines sweet chocolate complacently.

Wish I had cousins in Paris that would send me eats as good as this, sighed Polly. Isnt it just too delicious ! agreed Lucille. I say, Madeline, Im on the sophomore reception committee and there arent half enough sophomores to go round among the freshmen.

Wont you take somebody ? I ? Hardly. Madeline shrugged her shoulders disdainfully. Dont you know, child, that I detest girl-dances—any dances for that matter. Ask me to do something amusing. You ought to want to do something useful, said Polly reproachfully. Think of all those poor little friendless freshmen ! What kind of a class is it this year? inquired Madeline, lazily, breaking up more chocolate.

Any fun ? The chief thing Ive noticed about them, said Lucile, is that theyre so horribly numerous. Fresh ? asked Madeline. Yes, indeed, declared Polly emphatically, dreadfully fresh. But somehow,—Im on the grind committee, you know,—and they dont do anything funny. They just do quantities and quantities of stupid, commonplace things, like mistaking the young faculty for freshmen and expecting Miss Raymond to help them look up their English references.

I just wish theyd think of something original, ended Polly dolefully. Why dont youmake up something? asked Madeline. Polly stared. Oh, I dont think that would do at all. The grinds are supposed to be true, arent they ? Theyd be sure to find out and then theyd always dislike us. Polly smiled luminously. Ive got a good many freshmen friend...



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