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MUST - BE - MOVING AND
Everybody thought Terry was
such a clever boy. Even Terry
thought so, I am afraid.o He
could play music "at sight.',' He
could sing a funny song. -.'He Had
beerf in a play, he could' recite and
he could do a few tricks almost'
as well as 'a magician. -Eveny--where
Terry went, they had-him-do
something to entertain " the"
who ha&oveclieard." ' J " ,
".Yep. '"iWishilVcouLd' dance "a
clog or!something?,' T 5";
: "OKI"-saidhis papa,-"Hke Ter
ry?'.', j.-,; :?. Ji"t -5 ..-:-; ' "
. ; TeddyibiabecLhis". head.
0 J LetmeiteHiYou:a,jstQryi" said
turned lbjseupbn;,ifjv One was
HereamI-'and-rthie.f other was
na 11 ) urn iiisszafcg a magg
J jfeSfc :.2al
crowd, which was pleasant fdr'the'
company and-pleasantfor Terry.'
Teddy was Terry's brother, but
''nobody ever asked him to enter
tain. True, if an important er
rand had to be done. Teddy-was
sent, and he could do anything
about the place from growing po
tatoes in the garden to mending
the clock in the hall, but no great'
cfowd stood around and clapped;
hands while he did these things.
"I wish I'were clever," said Teddy-
"Here-anvl ruled ' the sky.,
Must-be-Moving ' claimed the
cfouds.'; Here-arh-P ruled the
plainsLand.the .mountains. Must-be-Mbving.rufedthe
the" winds. 'Now you can see that '
each of these spirits was 'good and
each was as .good as the .other.
Here-am-I'prpduced forests and -
.farms, and cities, yet none of these
could haye'been if Must-be-Moy-ing
had .stayed in one place, as
stea'dily' as'Hef e-'am-Idid. "ilust-