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Page 95 - Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is success.
Page 123 - I shall always be glad to help you in any way I can, Mrs.
Page 123 - If at any time I can be of use to you, be sure to command me.
Page 289 - I didn't write you about it because I wanted to see your face when I told you of it.
Page 290 - She dropped her hands to her lap and looked up at him, her face now so white that he was alarmed. " I'm all right now, Elmer, dear. I've lost a lot of sleep lately. I get these dizzy spells sometimes," she added with a little laugh that Elmer thought sounded senselessly gleeful.
Page 317 - But she was sitting very still, her hands clasped in her lap, her eyes downcast, and a faint amusement lurking about her mouth.