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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. When Kiser marries Devola, he now knows what?
(a) That Mary Call hates him.
(b) That he loves Devola.
(c) That he will never be part of the family.
(d) That Roy Luther is dead.
2. How will the Luthers earn their lunches?
(a) By working in the cafeteria.
(b) Extra homework.
(c) By doing yard work.
(d) By selling roots to the principal.
3. What comes early to Trial Valley in Chapter 11?
(d) A false spring.
4. When does the weather change in Chapter 10?
(a) At the end of November.
(b) At the beginning of October.
(c) At the end of October.
(d) In December.
5. Why is Mary Call frustrated with herself after Goldie leaves?
(a) She is mad at Romey.
(b) She is mad Goldie found out about Roy Luther.
(c) She is mad that she didn't realize the deal wasn't legal.
(d) She is mad at Ima Dean.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is Kiser angry with?
2. Where does Mary Call look for a cave?
3. Why does Goldie get angry in Chapter 11 when she visits the Luther house?
4. How are the Luthers preparing for winter?
5. Where do Kiser and Devola get married?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why doesn't Mary Call try to stop the wedding between Devola and Kiser Pease?
2. Compare and contrast the characters of Goldie Pease and Kiser Pease.
3. Describe the continued feud between Mrs. Connell and Romey.
4. How is the Thanksgiving dinner and their situation in general wearing on Mary Call in this chapter?
5. Why is Mary Call somewhat relieved when Kiser Pease is injured?
6. How does everyone react to the roof issue?
7. Why does Mary Call get upset with Romey in Chapter 12? Be sure to note how pride factors into this.
8. Why can't Mary Call ride home with the Graybeals even though it is raining?
9. Is Kiser Pease going to take care of the Luthers?
10. Describe how Mrs. Connell is scared away from the Luther house.
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