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I helped him over the first shock and then things went smoothly. Olga took no part in entertaining our visitors nor in general group discussion. Mary had several suggestions to give in Helpers' Club meeting but became embarrassed and Warren had to give them for her. Mary became friendly with our visitors later, however, and told them about our work. Martha, Helen, Ruth, and the Andrews girls talked freely and comfortably with them. The visitors were interested in the hot lunch and spent much time in the kitchen watching the cooks at work.
We listed on the board all the things we wanted to write about and each child selected one article to write. We shall use our English periods for this work for a while. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17. There was a decided improvement in the way our hot lunch was prepared and served and in the cleaning up afterwards. " WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18. I was so happy about Frank today. That boy certainly warms my heart. He took it upon himself to eat his lunch with five little boys. He showed the little fellows how to hold their spoons.
They had worked hard to prepare for it and wanted to make a good impression. Since the children's voices are soft, would these boys please stand by the door to see that no one talks in the hall. Fortunately, it worked and the entertainment was a peaceful and happy affair. MONDAY, OCTOBER 26. It was cold and windy outdoors today but cozy and happy by contrast inside. For a while we watched the rain "pull" the leaves off the trees and listened to the music the wind played on the woodwinds of the neighborhood.
My Country School Diary by Julia Weber