areful!" called her sister. "You will run over - "
It was too late. At that moment the Flyaway dashed over something - the pieces flew in all directions.
"Their lunch-hamper!" exclaimed Belle.
The runabout had turned to one side, and then stopped. Bess jammed on the brakes and also came to a standstill.
"Well!" growled Sid Wilcox, approaching the wreck in the road.
"I - couldn't stop," faltered Bess remorsefully.
"I guess you didn't try," snapped Ida Giles, her cheeks aflame almost to the tint of her fiery tresses.
"I really did," declared Bess. "I would not have spoiled your hamper for anything."
"And your lunch was in it?" gasped Belle. "We're awfully sorry!"
Bent and crippled enameled dishes from the lately fine and completely equipped auto-hamper were scattered about in all directions. Here and there a piece of pie could be identified, while the chicken sandwiches were mostly recognizable by the fact that a newly arrived yellow dog persistentl
This series is surprisingly modern and well written, with a sweet turn-of-the-century feel. Gentle by modern standards, and entertaining.