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ing for her and they went in, but when the picture started and he put his arm round her waist, without a word, her eyes fixed on the screen, she quietly took it away. He took hold of her hand, but she withdrew it. He was surprised. That wasn't the way girls usually behaved. He didn't know what one went to the pictures for if it wasn't to have a bit of a cuddle. He walked home with her after the show. She told him her name. Grace Carter. Her father had a shop of his own in the Brixton Road, he was a draper and he had four assistants.
" He must be doing well," said Fred.
" He doesn't complain."
Gracie was a student at London University. When she got her degree she was going to be a school teacher.
" What d'you want to do that for when there's a good business waiting for you?"
" Pa doesn't want me to have anything to do with the shopnot after the education he's given me. He wants me to better myself, if you know what I mean."
Her father had started life as an errand boy, then become a draper's assistant and because he was hard-working, honest and intelligent was now owner of a prosperous little business. Success had given him grand ideas for his only child. He didn't want her to have anything to do with trade. He hoped she'd marry a professional man perhaps, or at least someone in the City. Then he'd sell the business and retire, and Gracie would be quite the lady.
When they reached the corner of her street Gracie held out her hand.
" You'd better not come to the door," she said. "Aren't you going to kiss me good-night?"
" I am not."
" Why?"
" Because I don't want to."
" You'll come to the pictures again, won't you?"
" I think I'd better not."
" Oh, come on."

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