I’ve heard it before—I heard the superintendent of the asylum Sunday school say it over once.
And Mrs. Superintendent Bell and Mrs. Rachel Lynde are going to make ice cream—think of it, Marilla—ICE CREAM!
Why, even Superintendent Bell came to see me, and he’s really a very fine man.
It does seem so strange to think of Superintendent Bell ever being a boy.
Diana said she thought it was ridiculous for a Sunday-school superintendent to take a prize in pigs, but I don’t see why.
They had studied Tennyson’s poem in school the preceding winter, the Superintendent of Education having prescribed it in the English course for the Prince Edward Island schools.
Mrs. Lynde wanted to know what else you could expect with a Tory superintendent of education at the head of affairs, and Matthew, noting Anne’s paleness and indifference and the lagging steps that bore her home from the post office every afternoon, began seriously to wonder if he hadn’t better vote Grit at the next election.
I wouldn’t want to be one like Mr. Superintendent Bell."
I’m sure Mrs. Lynde can pray every bit as well as Superintendent Bell and I’ve no doubt she could preach too with a little practice."
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Our superintendent was surprisingly good in the faculty-student basketball game.
He shook hands with them and then everybody sat down on chairs, and a gentleman in spectacles – they found afterwards that he was the District Superintendent – began quite a long speech – very clever indeed.