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Day, however, in his astonishment at his father's rare display of anger, is said to have suddenly sobered up himself, relieving Pap of any responsibility and thereby restoring his usual good humor. " Josie, according to witnesses, fled the scene, horrified, not waiting to hear what it was she smelled like. " Day, his most prolific son, gave the honored name to two of his boys.  Uncle Arden used to say that Pap and his son Buck would talk themselves out of a fight if they possibly could, that Bud and Ben would neither seek out a fight nor run from it, but that Day was like a ground rattler; he would sooner fight than not.

He knew when something had to be seasoned to taste.  He got it. " "You have a nice feeling for words," he said. I thanked him. " he asked me. "Burrell Coe," I told him. , I'd like to make a motion. : Daddy, I object.  What's your motion, Stanley?  Stanley Coe: That we take a break.  Coe: Court's adjourned. That was, perhaps, the last closed alliance in our family.  I don't know who's keeping the store.  Tradition, when it's as bold as brass, can become tarnished, especially when it's handled by those who are unfamiliar with the metal.

I thanked him. " he asked me. "Burrell Coe," I told him. , I'd like to make a motion. : Daddy, I object.  What's your motion, Stanley?  Stanley Coe: That we take a break.  Coe: Court's adjourned. That was, perhaps, the last closed alliance in our family.  I don't know who's keeping the store.  Tradition, when it's as bold as brass, can become tarnished, especially when it's handled by those who are unfamiliar with the metal.  W.  Sometimes assuming the proportions of ancient wars, these blood feuds implied both life's vital fluid and family loyalties, and the Hookses, with their veneration of family ties, were willing to spill the former to uphold the honor of the latter.

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