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cheap skate. So then he said I would have to give him a quarter every day ten cents for carefare and fifteen for lunch. I told him I'd make a nice lunch for him to take but he said what did I think he was going in the subway with a paper bag of lunch. So I thought I'd do everything like he wanted me to because I was so glad he was going to high school and he said he was going to study to be a bookkeeper.
After Danny was going to high school for about two weeks he began asking me to give him some sandwiches and an apple along because he said he couldn't get enough to eat in the school lunch room for fifteen cents. Danny never came home from school until six o'clock at night and he said it was because he did his lessons at school and that was why he never had to bring home his books. After supper he went around with his newspaper route and then he would stay out sometimes until eleven or even twelve o'clock and when I asked him where he was he said oh just with the fellers.
Artie was working very hard and I didn't think it was good for a boy of fourteen to work so hard but Artie said he didn't mind. He got up with me in the mornings at six O'clock and after he started the fire for me he went out with a bakery cart with rolls and buns and bread and he pushed it himself and he only just had time to get to school in time after making the deliveries. I didn't want him to take on the paper route too but he said yes so in the afternoons he had the papers to deliver too. In the nights he did his lessons and so now he hardly had any time to be making things except once he got very excited about motor boats and he kept buying a magazine all about motor boats and drawing pictures for building big boats where to put the engines and the places to sleep and everything they need on a boat but when he showed me his pictures I couldn't under-

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