David sipped his coffee from the flowered "Chany cup" contentedly.
“Miss Calline she too proud to tetch pig-tails,” grinned Chany.
Another occupant of the nursery was “Chany,” the under nursemaid.
No more business talent in Ruth Ellet, than there is in that Chany image of yours on the mantle-tree, Mis.
This is mighty good land; clay bottom; holds manure jest like a Chany bowl does water.
Chany ornaments ain't much good for anything, to my thinking, 'cept to ketch the dust.
Biddy, reach me that letter out of the Chany jug on the shelf.
And it not only extends to my wardrobe, to a 'yaller' and green dining-room, but it takes in the 'Chany' as well.
So the shovel was run into the ashes, and Chany and the three little ones set to work to shell the corn.
If he loved pictures, she loved her Chany and her feather-beds, not to speak of the big looking-glass.