Then there is the Effie who emptied one of their bank accounts because she “liked to shop and look nice.”
Effie kept her promise, and went as governess to little Freda Harvey for a time, but only for a time.
"And then to a barber-shop with him," went on Mrs. Effie, who had paid no heed to his outburst.
They had reached the cross-road down which Effie was to take her solitary way; for the bairns had gone on before.
"He looks exactly like some well-known clubman," exclaimed Mrs. Effie.
Sophy had gone out with Effie, and Effie ran back to look for me.
At a nod from Mrs. Effie I directed the laying out of these.
He could propose that Effie should rescue him at the risk of her mother's85 livelihood.
"I guess we've got to go through with it," conceded Mrs. Effie.
At length the day was fixed for Effie's trial, and on the preceding evening Jeannie was allowed to see her sister.