Mrs. Apgar, too, had an anxious look on her face, but she tried to make her visitors feel at home.
It looked like the sky that time when Apgar's barn was on fire.
Mr. Pertell paid a visit to Squire Blasdell in reference to getting permission to burn the old barn on the Apgar place.
There was little he could say to make the sad lot of the Apgar family any easier.
All I could learn was that it was hidden somewhere about the corner of the old barn on the Apgar place.
"He's a stranger—that's sure," said Mr. Apgar, Sandy's father.
That fellow may have designs on some of your farm buildings, Mr. Apgar.
"I think that man was real kind," said Mrs. Apgar, as she heard the story.
Though few folks knew it, Mr. Apgar had some lucid moments during his insanity.
That Mrs. Apgar was a good cook was one of the first matters voted on, and there was not a dissenting voice.