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mamV' sd'MisslPeft: ; '"j ,
'"T'i, saida -little iafry, peering
arpunjdfrQrnb'ehind yher ,; ;vygteir
gtyss, for jtheyj weVeiat'iniir
ReaHy,rdattghter, r -flaRSBe-
"Samebo'dy helped me with-ik":
"began Weedlepjpev".mext; day,
'fand I had, tpVwritfeJiP out' tq.re-'
member it al, and JoJtof the big
.words aren't mine.7' ' - ,
"I'm glad of "it," s'ald'.Freckle-
berry, rBejpJsomebodyfe ?9j;gan;;antffink.
miss peb&S be'cpmes'miss:
Miss"-Pert wa'sa veby 'correct
little girl. , She was'-so- vTery prop
er that she expecte'd'a great deal
'0h.'CIf injquitesureMrqp dp, pa-'
think. jTeacheri,sa;y?7MeN $hpuld
use 'the'Ritive virjtjjrad T i$
! nqgatrveaDr-m in gticfca pase
-' . A'.','said the'-fairV.,' fw- ..
r r "DoVyqnnpw, j'.Miss Pert;?
of herself.and a great deal of oth-.
er people, and she was a little sud
den in telling them about it,
In other wordsshe interrupted
and did it so often and with such
small excuse that she was called
Miss Pert. One day mama was
saying to papa. "I tried to call you
up at three o'dOjCkthisv afternoon
and " -j w .1 o4
said mama, "that ygu' interrupt
nearly every sentence, that " ' ' '
- "Oh, no'mama.T'Ilet you .say
three sentences .this" morning and
never interrupted you once. '.
"G", said the fairy; , You're-it."
Miss Pert was loking into her
glass of "water at the'.morn'e'ht. at
the" place'wher'e the lightfocuss
ed. She, looked so -intently that
hTreyeTTxfurrecl aN little," as theyj