By Helen Wells
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J A N E ’ S S T O RY 33 “Living in the country can be inexpensive,” Jane said. “The main thing is a house! Once we have a house, the three of us could manage on my salary. ” “You’re a brave girl,” said Dr. Hal. ” Jane pushed back her soft brown hair. “Yes, another letter came. From Mrs. ” She paused to explain that the Barkers were distant cousins of the deceased great uncle. They had been his neighbors until the old man had abandoned his farm and moved to California several years ago. “I vaguely remember his farm,” Jane said.
Maybe,” Dr. ” That, in fact, was Floyd’s excuse. Mrs. Barker told them so when she came out and led them into the house. She took the grapes in with her. 30 C H E RRY A M E S , R UR A L N UR S E “I wish my son would’ve stayed home a few minutes to meet you folks,” Mrs. Barker apologized. “But Floyd always has some business of his own to attend to. ” They found Jane sitting beside a sunny open window in the spare bedroom. She was writing a letter when they came in, but eagerly put it aside. “You look much better today,” Dr.
What he liked to do was to hunt and fish and wander around the countryside. ” He usually earned just enough cash money to buy gasoline for his jalopy. “There’s no harm in Floyd,” his mother said. ” “No, that isn’t fair to you,” Cherry murmured. “Precisely! ” Mrs. Barker took a long breath. “I told Floyd he’s lazy, selfish, shiftless, and not growing any younger. What will become of him when I’m gone? I don’t like to nag but I had to tell him—” Outside, a car screeched to a stop. Mrs. Barker sat up straighter in her chair.