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since I had friends and went visiting. But all the time I was thinking what would she say if she knew about Danny.
Mr. Cooper and jenny went out for a while. He had lots of friends and some of them had automobiles and they went out together. Jenny used to come home and tell me how some of the girls let the men kiss them when everybody was looking and sometimes some of the men drank but she said Mr. Cooper never tried to kiss her and he didn't drink.
When they came back we had a cold supper of ham and potato salad and pie and coffee and it was all so good. Jenny helped Mrs. Cooper set the table and do the dishes afterwards and I could see that Mrs. Cooper liked her so much. And I began to worry more and more about what Mr. Cooper and his mother would think if they knew about Danny.
It was lovely that spring. I don't know why I noticed how lovely it was except I didn't have so much work to do and I had more time to notice. But the bulbs came up so nicely and everything got green so suddenly. I planted the vegetable garden early because it was so warm and I remember I planted lettuce because I felt like I wanted to try something different that spring. I got to sleeping later in bed and some mornings I didn't get up till nearly nine o'clock and jenny and Beatty and Artie used to get their own breakfast. Danny was home now too but he didn't get up till the afternoons like he always did when he was home. He went with a different crowd now away down town and he used to be all the time in a restaurant on a street called Delancey Street. Beatty knew all about it and said it was on the East Side. Two nights a week Beatty worked in a settlement down there and she was taking lessons in dancing in a place called the Neighborhood Playhouse and once she was in a play that they played down there.

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