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everything will be all right. Only I was worried because I could see that everything wouldn't be all right at all.
So on Saturday afternoon I said oh Mr. Cooper I wonder if you could give me some advice about my son. And then I told him all about Danny about his not working now for six years and how I knew he was doing things that were wrong and how now for years every time I saw a policeman coming near the house I was sure it was for Danny and about the time he got beaten and now about his belonging to a gang down town. Mr. Cooper listened to me quietly and then he said why don't you throw him out. Then he said lots of times in real nice families there's a black sheep like that and I think the only thing to do is to let them go to the devil if they want to but you oughtn't to let him worry you just don't ever let him in the house again. I didn't say anything because I'd heard all that before but Mr. Cooper went right on talking. Now this ppens up the very question I've been wanting to talk about Mrs. Williams he said. The question about jenny and me. You know Mrs. Williams I'd like to marry jenny and I'm wondering if you'd like it. I was kind of struck by the sudden way he put it and I said he'd have to speak to Jenny. You know Mrs. Williams I'm crazy about her she's so good and so sweet and she's so pretty and I love her very much. Well I laughed you'd better tell her that and I went out and I called jenny in from the garden and his face was all red. Then I left them alone.
Jenny came out afterwards to me in the garden and her cheeks were all pink and I could see she was terribly excited and she was sort of nearly dancing up and down and she said do you know when I asked him did he want to marry me when I had a brother like Danny he laughed and said I'm

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