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cause he wasn't comfortable because he had his coat on. Once he said I guess they're going to try to make this feller Roosevelt governor and Mr. Williams said yes it looks like it and mama said for goodness sake don't start talking politics. She wasn't interested in politics and she was glad to say that I wasn't either and what did Mr. Williams, think but she was reading only the other day how out somewheres in the west they let women vote but as for her she had enough to do
with sewing and baking and cooking thank you.
Mama told Mr. Williams how I always helped her with the dishes but of course tonight I didn't need to and so we went into the parlor Mr. Williams and I while mama cleared up. Play one of your pieces for Mr. Williams mama said I'm sure he'd like to hear you. And Mr. Williams said yes he would like to very much and I could feel I was getting hot but he said not to be so shy because he didn't know anything at all about the piano and he wouldn't know if I made any mistakes but he liked music just the same. So mama went out and I played the Maiden's Prayer. Mr. Williams sat very quiet and in the end he said did I know some more. I said yes and so I played Hearts and Flowers and he got up then and he turned the pages for me. He was standing so near me I could have touched him. It was the nearest Mr. Williams ever had stood to me. While I was in the middle his hand pushed down the green silk scarf from the piano and he asked me who made it and I said I did and he said it was very pretty and I said yes I like the roses on it and I showed him how I sewed on all the little silk balls around it and he said I was a very talented girl. Then we fixed the scarf on again right and I put the red plush picture of Aunt Kate on it to keep it from falling down again but it made a funny rattle in the piano so I had to stop again and take it off. But I

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