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ing up the envelope and sort of handling it. Then she would read what was stamped on the outside to be opened by parents or guardians only out loud and she would put it down and walk away and I could see she was sort of happy because she wasn't opening it and because she was being good. Danny kept watching her and saying things to try to get her mad but Beatty said now that she was always going to be good it didn't make any difference to her what Danny said and she wasn't going to answer him back because that wouldn't be being good.
Well it came time for the children to go back to school and I was busy clearing off the table and Beatty was helping me and I saw Danny go over to the cupboard but I didn't notice much what he was doing when all of a sudden he yelled out Beatty you got B plus A B and then he ran out after he threw her report card on the floor and the torn envelope too.
I thought Beatty would make herself sick the way she cried and she couldn't go to school in the afternoon because her face was so red. Whenever she would think how she wanted so hard to be good and honorable and how Danny had spoiled it all for her she would begin again and when Danny came home from school she screamed and screamed at him and tried to throw a dish at him so I put her to bed because she was so excited.
Mama came to see me sometimes and so did Jamey. He was a helper now in an automobile factory and getting good wages and he wanted to get married. Afterwards when he got married mama went to live with him and his wife and she gave up the store. When she sold the store she gave me a hundred dollars because I wanted it to pay down on a piano because the piano she gave me when I got married was all gone now and I wanted to start Beatty and Jenny. When the new

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