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Monroe and Lydia. "Socially, of course, "said Lydia, "we will never hold up our heads again!" But as the days went by and the divorce of the young Mulkeys, and thenew baby at Mrs. Hughie Wilson's, and the Annual Strawberry Festivaland Bazaar for the Church Debt came along to make the gossip aboutSally and Joe of secondary interest, Sally's mother and sister revived. They came to take a bitter-sweet satisfaction in the sympathy andinterest that were shown on all sides. Martie was not often at ho...me in these days. "She fairly lives at theLibrary, and she takes long walks, I imagine, Ma, " Lydia said once. "You know Martie misses--she's lonely. And then--there was, of course, the feeling about Rodney. It's just Martie's queer way of rightingherself. " But on the hot Wednesday morning that brought in July Martie, with aclear conscience, was baking gingerbread. She had improved in mannerand habit, of late, displaying an unwonted interest in the care ofherself and her person, and an unwonted energy in discharging domesticduties.