Rose gave Phebe some of her nice things, and it was very good of her.
Phebe was blushing crimson, but the roguish look was still in her eyes.
"I will do anything in the world to help you," cried Phebe eagerly.
"Then pitch for the Camdens this afternoon," murmured Phebe.
Phebe placed a hand under the head of each, and looked at them for a long time in silence.
Again Frank was the first on the floor, with Phebe Macey as his partner.
Let us see about the potato-masher; Phebe's found it, I declare.
"No, I don't, and I don't believe she does," Phebe answered recklessly.
To Phebe, and to her alone, he was still a living man, unless sometimes Felicita thought of him.
Phebe coughed to smother the sound, and then gave her friend a warning pinch.
a "deaconess of the church at Cenchrea," the port of Corinth. She was probably the bearer of Paul's epistle to the Romans. Paul commended her to the Christians at Rome; "for she hath been," says he, "a succourer of many, and of myself also" (Rom. 16:1, 2).