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Ethel Morton at Rose House

Smith, Mabell S. C.

ISBN 10: 1421951576 / ISBN 13: 9781421951577
Published by IndyPublish.com
Condition: Good Hardcover
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1421951576 No dust jacket. Scuffed edges. Pages slightly browned from age. Previous owner's name on inside page. World hardcover 50-100 years old; silver letters on blue cover; spine faded; no marks in text. Bookseller Inventory # 25897

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Title: Ethel Morton at Rose House

Publisher: IndyPublish.com

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Good

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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 CLUB SELECTS THE BENCHES IT seemed to Dorothy and the Ethels that the outside of Sweetbrier Lodge, as Mrs. Smith had determined to call her house, went up with remarkable speed, but that the inside would never be done — never! Every day the girls walked down the road after school, and stood and surveyed the general appearance from the sidewalk and from across the street and sometimes they went on to Mrs. Emerson's and discussed vigorously as to whether the view of the corner of the house that was to be seen now would still be seen after the leaves came out or whether the house would be entirely concealed by the foliage. " That's ' one of the things no feller knows,' " Mr. Emerson quoted. " We shall have to wait and see." " We can get an idea how it is to look from the road," said Ethel Brown. " Only there'll be a lot of planting," Dorothy explained. " There'll be a hedge along the street and a lot of shrubs on the knoll and the house will be covered with vines in the course of time." " That's another good point about concrete," declared Mr. Emerson; " vines don't injure it as they do brick." " We'll have it entirely covered, then," laughed Dorothy. " I thought it was to be a bungalow," said Mrs. Emerson. " Your mother has always spoken of it as a bungalow, but the plans I saw the men following the other day when I went up the hill to take a look at things, seemed to me like a two story house." " Mother changed her mind," said Dorothy. " She thought a bungalow would be too crowded now that we have little Belgian Elisabeth with us, so the house is going to have two stories and an attic." " The U. S. C. couldn't get on without Dorothy's attic," smiled Ethel Brown, for almost all of the presents for the Christmas Ship had been made in the ...

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