“That little rascal Tony came out dressed up like a dear old Grandma.”
You ought to have heard the clapping when big Waddy walked right up to a real telephone, and, taking the receiver off, held it up to her great big ear and began to make-believe talk. Such a noise as she made!
. . . in another minute, everybody shrieked with laughter when that little rascal Tony suddenly came out, dressed up like a dear old grandma, carrying a big tray on which was the supper for the elephants. Mollie and Waddy then began to eat, and Tony scampered off the stage.
Chapter V. The First Performance at the London Theater.
THE ADVENTURES OF MOLLIE, WADDY AND TONY
Written by Paul Waitt.
Illustrations by Clara E. Atwood.
Little, Brown, and Company: Boston. 1915.
4 thoughts on “Tony Dressed Up Like a Dear Old Grandma!”
I’m not sure I like the way things are going for Mollie, Waddy and Tony!
There are some curious plot twists!
This is a lovely old illustration!
So glad you enjoyed it!