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saw the arm of the boy thrown over
the shoulder of the girl, and the
Proper Person said to the other
Proper Person with her:
"How disgusting to spoon in pub
lic." , The little girl nst. builder heard.
I could almost hear her gasp and
then she said:
"You're too sour to have anybody
spoon with you."
"Ssh, dear," the boy said. "Don't
pay any attention to her. She's an
old crab that never had a fellow. Go
on, tell me about the kitchen, you
got that far."
"Oh, she spoiled it all," the girl
said petulantly. "Lord, you'd think
we was hurting somebody. She
ought to live in a box-stall like mine
and she'd do her spooning out of
doors, too, if she could find anybody
to spoon with her."
"Don't mind her," the boy insisted.
"When we get fixed we won't have to
come in the park, we can do our lov
ing at home, can't we, honey?"
And the voices died away again,
save once in a while the tantalizing
breeze carried a few stray words. to
me as the boy and girl went on
building their nest.
HERE'S THE MONSTER TRANS-ATLANTIC FLYING BOAT
Copyright, Underwood & Underwood.
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The great whale-like flying boat "America," in which Lieut. John Cyril
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