Ethel Morton at Rose House by Mabell S. C. Smith


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Title: Ethel Morton at Rose House


Author: Mabell S. C. Smith

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Juvenile Library Girls Series

ETHEL MORTON AT ROSE HOUSE

by

MABELL S. C. SMITH

The World Syndicate Publishing Co.
Cleveland New York
Press of the Commercial Bookbinding Co., Cleveland

1915







[Frontispiece: "Here's where we should land"]





CHAPTER I

ROGER'S IDEA

For the fortieth time that afternoon, it seemed to Ethel Brown Morton
and her cousin, Ethel Blue, they untangled the hopelessly mixed
garlands of the maypole and started the weavers once more to lacing and
interlacing them properly.

"Under, over; under, over," they directed, each girl escorting a small
child in and out among the gay bands of pink and white which streamed
from the top of the pole.

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