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and I fully intended to ask her when she came in if I’d give the sauce to the pigs; but when she did come in I was imaging that I was a(begin subscript) ^(end subscript)(begin superscript)frost(end superscript) fairy going through the woods turning the trees red and yellow, so I never whichever they wanted to be, so I never thought about the pudding sauce again and Marilla sent me out to pick apples. Well, Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Chester Ross from Spencervale came here that morning morning. You know they are very stylish people, especially Mrs. Chester Ross. When Marilla called me in dinner was all ready and everybody was at the table. I tried to be as polite (begin subscript)^(end subscript)(begin superscript)and dignified(end superscript) as I could be, for I wanted Mrs. Chester