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Jane knew when she said this that it was not true. Her mother and father were both eager for her to have a good time, but somehow this was the sort of thing she had found herself saying to them lately. She was sorry, but honestly, the way a girl’s mother and father could take a beautiful feeling of happiness and practically trample it in the dust! “We’re not forbidding the banns just because 41 the boy delivers horsemeat,” said Mr. Purdy mildly, as he lit his pipe and flicked out the match. “Oh, Pop,” said Jane impatiently.
He was a boy any girl would be proud to introduce to her parents. “Uh . . ” said Jane carefully. “Hello, Stan,” said Mrs. Purdy warmly, and Jane was proud of her. “How do you do, Mrs. ” Stan answered. 56 The anxiety that had tormented Jane all afternoon now began to fade. ” Mr. Purdy rose from his chair and extended his hand. Stan stepped forward to shake hands and, as Jane watched helplessly, seeing what was about to happen, he trod squarely on Sir Puss’s rubber mouse. The mouse gave out a piercing squeak.
The handsomest cat and the best gopher hunter in Woodmont. And he wouldn’t stand for a dog. ” “Some cats get along with dogs,” Jane pointed out. “Not Sir Puss,” said Mr. Purdy. ” “And I don’t like to think what life would be like if I had to let a dog in and out, in and out, all day, too. Sir Puss keeps me busy enough opening doors,” said Jane’s mother. “Jane, why this sudden interest in a dog? ” “Oh, I don’t know,” answered Jane vaguely. ” Well, that took care of that. Neither her father nor 28 her mother would consent to a dog, so there was no chance of the Purdys’ having horsemeat delivered by the Doggie Diner.