Shirley Hollister pushed back the hair from her hot forehead and pressed her hands wearily over tired eyes, then dropped her fingers again to the typewriter keys and continued with the letter she was writing.
Shirley Hollister pushed back the hair from her hot forehead, pressed her hands over her tired eyes, then dropped her fingers again to the typewriter keys and flew on with the letter she was writing.
Thanks to daughter Shirley's courage and resourcefulness, the homeless Hollisters were able to transform a deserted stone barn into a delightful residence. Their ingenuity even astounded the rich young landlord, Sidney Graham, who found the place a new haven of happiness, especially when Shirley was there. But his glad willingness to help them renovate worried her Shirley could never accept charity, and she feared that he would one day forsake them and return to his world of wealth now that she was falling helplessly in love with him.
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An ingenious and resourceful girl, Shirley Hollister, teaches her wealthy young landlord, Sidney Graham, that it takes more than money to make a home.