Leo G. Carroll: Proutie
Grizel Dane : [very curious] Proutie, who was Lark?
Proutie : She was old Mr. Dane's ward, miss.
Grizel Dane : Uncle Rollo's ward?
Proutie : Oh, dear, no, Miss Lark was Mr. Rollo's father's ward, miss. She grew up with Mr. Rollo and all the Dane children.
Grizel Dane : And you were here even then?
Proutie : Oh, yes, miss. My old auntie was in service with Mr. Rollo's father. I remember Miss Lark well. One doesn't forget Miss Lark.
[changing the subject]
Proutie : Dinner will be served at 7.00 miss. The General likes to dress.
Grizel Dane : Good. It'll be a pleasant change, we're allowed to be feminine off-duty. Proutie, you haven't told me what happened to Lark.
Proutie : Nothing happened to her, miss.