I am standing in front of the Toddle House one evening when who should drive up in a bright yellow sedan but Georgie Roberts, with whom I am very chummy of late. Georgie is by no means an exemplary character, but it so happens that his old man in recent years develops to a new high the art of separating well-to-do citizens from their potatoes and as a result does not worry much these days concerning the necessities of life. Since Georgie is an only child, Roberts the elder is more than liberal with such material things as automobiles and potatoes, and I am broadminded enough to overlook certain minor defects in Georgie's character in order to assist him in distributing said potatoes in the most judicious manner possible.
Zentz, Russell J.
Manuscripts: Vol. 14
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