A Daughter of the Union
Mr. Vance laughed.
"You need not feel so bad, girls," he said. "If it had not been for you that poor little fellow wouldn't have thought of giving his crutches."
"I wish he had some though," remarked Jeanne wistfully.
"Make your mind easy on that score, my dear, I'm going to look after that boy."
A GREAT UNDERTAKING
For a time affairs went on in their usual way, and the girls contented themselves with hemming towels and handkerchiefs and making socks. That is, all the girls save Jeanne Vance. With her the desire was stronger than ever to do something more than she had done.
"What makes you so