Philip Hall Likes Me, I Reckon Maybe - Chapter 4: The Elizabeth Lorraine Lambert & Friend Veg. Stand Summary & Analysis

Bette Greene
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Chapter 4: The Elizabeth Lorraine Lambert & Friend Veg. Stand Summary

April - June: Beth recalls what Dr. Brennan told her parents when he came by to check on her. "Whole town is proud of this youngun". Dr. Brennan was so impressed with her bravery in the face of the thefts by the Cooks and her "undeniable talent" that he offers to help her get into college when the time comes. He and his friends will put up half the money for her college education if her father could finance the other half. She tells her sister Annie that she wants to become Randolph County's first veterinarian. Eugene is worried because he is not sure he could come up with half the money for college tuition for Beth.

Beth is trying to think of ways to make money for college...

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