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Mothers Cry

Twenty-Two
BEATTY had only six more months now to finish college. When it came to the end of the summer she took a job for the vacation and I told her she'd better save her money for her expenses at school the next year.
Artie got the job he wanted and he was making thirty dollars a week. He gave me fifteen and he saved ten and he used five for carfares and lunches. He hardly ever went out but after supper he went up to the attic and he worked up there. Once in a while he and Beatty went over to a place
called the Stadium to hear music and they took me one night and I thought it was lovely sitting there under all the lights and there was a round moon but I guess I was tired and I felt kind of sleepy and there wasn't much to watch just the moon and the automobiles going past away out on the other side back of where they were playing the music and so after that I didn't go any more.
Then I thought now Jenny's keeping company I ought to fix up the parlor a little now that there was more money in the house. So I bought a rug and a new parlor set with two big stuffed chairs and a sofa that could open into a bed so then we didn't have to keep my folding bed in the parlor any more. We bought a Victrola too a real cabinet one and some lamps and new curtains.
I told Beatty now we had such a nice parlor why shouldn't she bring her friends home too but Beatty said when you get the dining room fixed up I'll bring my friends home. I didn't say anything to her because I knew it wasn't any use. But I knew Beatty was going out with boys and men because I

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