|"...you don't look like that, |
altho it may resemble you in some details"
Charcoal, Alphonse Bare, 1935
see below for artist's details
Cabool has a new cash-only grocery store, so the cost of credit built into Fielden's Grocery prices becomes visible. Nothing to be done, George can't get ahead.
The chickens, too, cost more in their feed than their eggs (and themselves) are worth.
George has "washed my hands of the whole affair" of Dorothy Potter's anticipated engagement with a much older man with one (or more) exes.
Marjorie Potter is bored to the point of counting "dog dumplings" in the yard....38 in total.
"He who laughs last gathers no moss...David"
|"John" is John House, his "ranch" is near Houston, MO|
|"Roy" is neighbor Arch Brooks' son; with wife Mildred in Wash. DC|
|"Dora" is George's sister in E. St. Louis, and "Walt" Bremerkamp is her husband.|