We were rolling in euphoria when an old friend from my Amherst, Massachusetts childhood telephoned with an invitation to visit her family cabin in New Hampshire.
I telephoned Martha LeBlanc with the intent of a quick thank-you for our prior weekend visit but she was in a mood to chat.
We were set to run renewed sessions on Saturday but on Thursday Martha telephoned in tears.
After a silent prayer, I telephoned the tip line.
Ethel Reagan, the writer, noted the tips were telephoned from various locations across the country and provided by both men and women.
I telephoned him immediately.
I immediately telephoned Merrill Cooms.
While we telephoned him, not so frequently of late, he'd never found the need to call us.
I quickly telephoned our benefactor.
To kill some time I telephoned Ethel Reagan, ostensibly to thank her.
Two hours later, after too much coffee and too much worrying, and only Bumpus to talk to I telephoned Howie.
Once alone, I telephoned Martha and explained that Howie had summoned Julie to California and Betsy and I would house Molly in her mother's absence.
Dean telephoned the sheriff's office, crossing his fingers that the redheaded deputy Lady Larkin was out bagging the ten most wanted speeders.
Cynthia telephoned her son and apparently made temporary peace, although Dean wasn't privy to the details.
A woman identified herself as Mrs. Fryatt and asked if Martha had telephoned today, or if we'd heard from her, or from her mother, or anyone else concerning Martha.
We're not accusing you of anything, but the girl telephoned here.
She gave me a number to call her so's I telephoned from the courthouse.
Finally, after lunch, Dean telephoned Jake Weller, first to report on Martha's wellbeing and in hopes of learning more about Fitzgerald's whereabouts.
He telephoned but there was no answer.
Fred telephoned from the library that he would not be back for dinner, instead no doubt tasting some widow's fare.
Dean agreed and telephoned Janet O'Brien from the hall but there was no answer.
Dean telephoned a poker-playing friend, a down-valley rancher, whom he knew owned a horse drawn sleigh.
Cynthia's mother, a widowed librarian, telephoned from Indiana frequently.
Cynthia telephoned at two-thirty, fulfilling her promise to let Dean know when she'd safely arrived.
Dean telephoned Cynthia's mother's number and his wife answered on the first ring.
Dean spent the next hour nursing two beers and telephoned again, still without success.
Cynthia telephoned while Edith was there and I tossed her out.
In between, he telephoned Indiana a dozen more times.
I telephoned you at four-thirty.
When Dean telephoned the office of World Wide Insurance Company, his luck was no better.
Jeffrey Byrne had telephoned home in early evening, his usual practice when he was traveling on business trips.
Phil Riley, Janice's husband, telephoned Virginia several times but there was no additional news.
His only phone message sounded like the same person who had telephoned the house the night before—again leaving neither name nor number.
Byrne just telephoned and said he wouldn't be coming in.
Dean telephoned Cynthia Byrne next, but Randy answered.
As soon as Dean hung up, he telephoned the Byrne home.
Yes. I didn't see him but he telephoned...to tell me he was finished with the apartment.
He telephoned the Parkside Police department but they had no news.
He had telephoned Randy the following day, asking the boy to inform his mother of Arthur Atherton's death.