Eau Claire, Wisconsin
East Egg, Conneticut
New York, New York
She feels that Bernice is far too popular and she is stealing her boyfriend.
She feels that Bernice is a drag on her social life, and none of the boys wants to dance with her
She feels that Bernice is far too loose and shocking, making statements like she is going to bob her hair.
Tell Marjorie's mother
Nothing - Bernice doesn't want to confront her cousin, so she doesn't tell her she has overheard the conversation.
Bob her hair
Turn cartwheels at the pump and slipper dance
Run off to Europe to live
He is the most popular boy in town and he has never taken any notice of Marjorie.
He is a boy Marjorie keeps around as her own but neglects
He is the new boy in town that Marjorie keeps hopping will notice her.
Tricks Bernice into bobbing her hair.
Tells Warren that Bernice is engaged.
Tells Warren that Bernice was a loose woman back in her own town and had to leave.
Despite Marjorie's efforts to humiliate her, Bernice is triumphant because she looks much better.
Her hair is flat and strange and the boys suddenly lose interest in her
There is no reaction because Bernice doesn't go through with it.
She points out that Bernice's haircut would cause a scandal at an upcoming party held in her and Marjorie's honor
She doesn't notice because Bernice is able to disguise her hair.
She doesn't like it at first, but even she has to admit that Bernice looks better.
She calls her mother and tells her everything and Marjorie gets in trouble.
She sneaks into Marjorie's room and cuts off her cousin's two pigtails.
She gets Marjorie to cut her hair off into a bob, and while Bernice looks great, Marjorie looks terrible.