Miss Volker summons Jack to her house again, only this time no one has died. She sends him over to Girl Scout Mertie-Jo's house to buy more cookies. Mertie-Jo is elated because earlier that day, she had sold cookies to Mr. Spizz and Mr. Huffer. Miss Volker is now buying all that she has left.
Jack delivers the cookies to Miss Volker's house and does odd-jobs around the place because he does not want to go home. The telephone rings, and he answers it; it is Mr. Huffer, who reports that Mrs. Hamsby, another Norvelt original, has died and that if...
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