The Motor Girls On A Tour
CHAPTER IA SPOILED DINNERThe big maroon car glided along in such perfect rhythm that Cora Kimball, the fair driver of the Whirlwind, heard scarcely a sound of its mechanical workings. To her the car went noiselessly-the perfection of its motion was akin to the very music of silence.Hazel Hastings was simply sumptuous in the tonneau-she had spread every available frill and flounce, but there was st...
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“Presumed by title, that it was about a group of girls taking a motorcycle trip. Wrong! It is a very child like book about riding in a car. Lost my interest after skimming first chapters....”
ll plenty of unoccupied space on the luxuriously cushioned "throne."It seemed a pity to passers-by that two girls should ride alone on that splendid morning in the handsome machine-so many of those afoot would have been glad of a chance to occupy the empty seats.Directly following the Whirlwind came another car-the little silver Flyaway. In this also were two girls, the Robinson twins, Elizabeth and Isabel, otherwise Belle and Bess. Chelton folks were becoming accustomed to the sight of these girls in their cars, and a run of the motor girls was now looked upon as a daily occurrence. Bess Robinson guided her car with unmistakable skill-Cora Kimball was considered an expert driver.Sputtering and chugging close to the Flyaway came a second runabout. In this were a girl and a boy, or, more properly speaking, a young lady and a young gentleman. As they neared the motor girls Bess called back to Belle:"There come Sid and Ida. I thought they were not on speaking terms.""They were not, but they are now," answered Belle with a light laugh. "Why should a girl turn her back on a young man with a brand new machine?""It runs like a locomotive," murmured Bess, as, at that moment, the other car shot by, the occupants bowing indifferently to the Robinson girls as the machines came abreast.