1. How does the author describe Hadleyburg?
(a) Honest and upright.
(b) Fun and immoral.
(c) Hip and happening.
(d) Spirited and funky.
2. What did the residents of Hadleyburg teach their babies in the cradle?
(a) The principles of honest dealings.
(b) The principles of Christianity.
(c) The principles of love.
(d) The principles of life.
3. What did the residents of Hadleyburg keep out of the way of young people?
4. What did the stranger's plan light his head up with?
(a) The luminosity of life.
(b) Evil joy.
5. What did the stranger decide he wanted to do to the town?
(a) Destroy it.
(b) Islamize it.
(c) Corrupt it.
(d) Help it.
6. Where does the stranger set down his sack in the cashier's house?
(a) On top of the wardrobe.
(b) Under the floorboards.
(c) Under the bed.
(d) Behind the stove.
7. What is the old lady reading in the parlor?
(a) The Missionary Herald.
(b) The Guardian.
(c) The Christian Times.
(d) The New Age Observer.
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