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Grace Harlowe's Senior Year at High School

Grace Harlowe's Senior Year at High School

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Grace Harlowe's Senior Year at High School


The Parting of the Ways


Author of Grace Harlowe's Plebe Year at High School, Grace Harlowe's Sophomore Year at High School, Grace Harlowe's Junior Year at High School, etc.

"Who is that Girl?"


CHAPTER I. A Puzzling Resemblance
CHAPTER II. What the Day Brought Forth
CHAPTER III. What Happened in Room Forty-Seven
CHAPTER IV. Grace Turns in the Fire Alarm
CHAPTER V. Nora Becomes a Prize "Suggester"
CHAPTER VI. The Thanksgiving Bazaar
CHAPTER VII. A Thief in the Night
CHAPTER VIII. Marian Asserts Her Independence
CHAPTER IX. The Judge's House Party
CHAPTER X. Christmas with Judge
CHAPTER XI. Santa Claus Visits the Judge
CHAPTER XII. The mistletoe Bough
CHAPTER XIII. Tom and Grace Scent Trouble
CHAPTER XIV. Grace and Anne Plan a Study Campaign
CHAPTER XV. The Phi Sigma Taus Meet with a Loss
CHAPTER XVI. The Unexpected Happens
CHAPTER XVII. Anne Becomes Famous
CHAPTER XVIII. The Theatre Party
CHAPTER XIX. Grace Meets with a Rebuff
CHAPTER XX. Marian's Confession
CHAPTER XXI. What Happened at the Haunted House
CHAPTER XXII. Grace and Eleanor Make a Formal Call
CHAPTER XXIII. The Message of the Violin
CHAPTER XXIV. The Parting of the Ways


"Who is that Girl?"

The Girls Circled Around the Judge

Hippy Sat With A Piece of Fudge in Either Hand

Grace Held Her Breath in Astonishment

Grace Harlowe's Senior Year at High School



"Oakdale won't seem like the same place. What shall we do without you?" exclaimed Grace Harlowe mournfully.

It was a sunny afternoon in early October, and Grace Harlowe with her three chums, Anne Pierson, Nora O'Malley and Jessica Bright, stood grouped around three young men on the station platform at Oakdale. For Hippy Wingate, Reddy Brooks and David Nesbit were leaving that afternoon to begin a four years' course in an eastern college, and a number of relatives and friends had gathered to wish them godspeed.

Those who have read "Grace Harlowe's Plebe Year at High School" need no introduction to these three young men or to the girl chums. The doings of these merry girls made the record of their freshman year memorable indeed. The winning of the freshman prize by Anne Pierson, despite the determined opposition and plotting of Miriam Nesbit, also aspiring to that honor, Mrs. Gray's Christmas party, the winter picnic that ended in an adventure with wolves, and many other stirring events furnished plenty of excitement for the readers of that volume.

In "Grace Harlowe's Sophomore Year at High