"And Verny is going to keep hers here for the summer," added Julie.
"Most of us know all the stars by heart, Verny," said Betty.
Yes, I proposed lots of them but Verny seemed to think they were meaningless.
But she had not been with the scouts when they camped at Verny's Mountain the foregoing summer.
"I'd rather sleep out under the trees, Verny, when the weather is so fine," suggested Julie.
Your idea is all right, Verny, but what will the rules cover, and why have punishments?
Why not have Verny and Betty, the two tender scouts of the troop, stay and strike camp?
Verny, do you know of any places one might choose for an objective on a hike?
Oh, thanks to our lucky stars and Verny, she made a lot of it!
Never mind, Verny; you and I will cut him, and go by ourselves.