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He was one of those who thoroughly enjoy being a "popper-in" at the boxes of friends where beauty sits triumphant.
But as they were studying over ways and means, Myrtle Popper came in with fresh information by way of Sassafras.
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They would go rattling and rolling around on the ground everywhere, like pop-corn in a popper.
"I am going to try some of my pop-corn," he said suddenly, and started for the popper.
"An' pills like popper used to take," he continued when he had lowered the level of the water in his flask.
He gave the popper such a shake that the lid swung up and let a shower of kernels fall over the stove.
He nodded in reply, and sprinkled the popper with kernels again, and she went back to her bench, carrying the pan under one arm.
Bertie could hardly wait to eat his supper before he tried his corn-popper.
Then boil vinegar (from a pint) with ginger, cloves, and cayenne popper.
She was stirring molasses in a kettle with one hand, and shaking a corn popper with the other.
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