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From the book:There's no doubt about it, we really must economize somehow! sighed Mrs. Woodward helplessly, with her house-keeping book in one hand, and her bank pass-book in the other, and an array of bills spread out on the table in front of her. "Children, do you hear what I say? The war will make a great difference to our income, and we can't - simply can't - go on living in exactly the old way. The sooner we all realize it the better. I wish I knew where to begin." "Might knock off going to church, and save the money we give in collections!" suggested Percy flippantly. "It must tot up to quite a decent sum in the course of a year, not to mention pew rent!" His mother cast a reproachful glance at him. "Now, Percy, do be serious for once! You and Winona are quite old enough to understand business matters. I must discuss them with somebody. As I said before, we shall really have to economize somehow, and the question is where to begin." "I saw some hints in a magazine the other day," volunteered Winona, hunting among a pile of papers, and fishing up a copy of The Housewife's Journal. "Here you are!
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- jakoll (CA)
- Bookseller's Inventory #
- THE LUCKIEST GIRL IN THE SCHOOL
- Angela Brazil
- H. L. Bacon
- Book condition
- Used - Near FINE
- Jacket condition
- No Jacket
- 1st Edition
- Blackie & Sons
- Place of Publication
- Date Published
- Fiction-juvenile-Virtual Fair Girl's School Story-illustrated
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