After rescuing a seriously ill, unconscious Reverend Alden from his runaway wagon, down on his luck plainsman, Caleb Hodgekiss, puts on the clergyman's collar and devises a plan to fleece the charitable townsfolk of Walnut Grove.
Did You Know?
The congregation sang the hymn "Ïn the Garden." at the end of the episode (The Collection, Season 3). Little House was set in the 1870-1880s, but C. Austin Miles (the hymn's writer) published the song in 1912, and was born in 1868. So the song was not around during the time frame of the show. (Unless Mr. Miles wrote it as a kid). See more
...We wondered if you'd be willing to rent part of this room.
Rent? Did you say rent?
We'd consider the money you'd charge for rent as part of your contribution to the drive. I mean, if you rent fifty dollars for the room, we could enter that fifty dollars as part of the donation. And people around would be terribly impressed.
Fifty dollars... my, that sounds like a rather large donation to charity
Probably one of the biggest gift that size in the whole county.
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In The Garden
Written by C. Austin Miles (1912)
Sung by June Carter Cash
(uncredited) See more