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The trolley car squealed to a hissing halt right at the corner of Pine and North First, depositing us in the middle of the street. I noticed that half a dozen others got off at the same stop and was quite proud to know that I, alone, had halted this magnificent vehicle. "First we will go to the bank," my grandmother announced, taking my hand. Page 58 Page 59 This embarrassed me, to some degreeher taking my handalthough I expected it to happen. My grandmother was a most cautious woman and wouldn't think of letting a seven-year-old, even her favorite grandson, walk, detached, across the hurly-burly of downtown traffic.

All this may be true, but they have almost no fragrance and, like a department store Santa Claus, Page 13 show that they are merely hired for the job. When I was a boy in West Texas, nearly everyone used a cedar for a Christmas tree. Few fir, pine, or spruce trees were shipped in and most families, even wealthy ones, would have choked at the notion of paying good money for a tree. Going to the country to cut the Christmas tree was an important part of the seasonal ritual and, in retrospect, seems to have been almost as exciting as the gift-giving ceremony itself.

Just the lightest kind of a downy flake, but real snow for West Texas at Christmas time. It was a rare miracle and it made the day perfect. " Dear lovely soul. Of course, there had been no change, even in those days when a quarter bought a full meal. No change? Why, she had spent hard earned and scarce money of her own buying my gifts, letting me think my quarter was more than covering all the purchases. I think I must have had some sense of this because I hesitated, holding the dime in my palm (no mitten).

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