De Forest is not only consolidating her position in the art world.
At thirteen years old, De Forest speaks with the confidence and the knowledge of someone much older.
She has not forgotten the example and instructions of Dr. and Mrs. De Forest, and speaks of them with en34thusiastic interest.
De Forest met them and drove them to Stemples's in his buggy.
Mrs. Maroney had made up with De Forest and his present happiness was so great that he had entirely forgotten his past sorrow.
One of the best known of these is that by De Forest and Smythe.
De Forest was given the necessary instructions, and drove out to Jenkintown with his team.
Dr. De Forest used to say, that there is not a boor in the Druze nation.
"De Forest am alone, massa," said Li, as he sprang from the bank on to the craft.
Dey used to make likker in de holler down on Dr. Bates' place deep in De Forest.