We have a couple of dancers and gamblers and there is music. There is an accordion playing lively music. There are two little boys named Ike and Mike. The dancer is a mother named Mary. She is dancing with another, Ike. Ike is a neighbor or brother of Mary or her only son. The dress Mary is wearing is motherly. The boys are afraid and their mother is the same size. The little boy is scared. The adults are gambling and the little boys, Mike and Ike, are watching them dance. She might be an aunt or grandmother. May maybe feels uncomfortable with the music. She is doing a slow dance with Ike. There is no harm done, Ike is dancing with Mary. The little boys are going to go to bed, it is getting late. It is a hot summer night, the 4th of July. We aren’t quite sure of the song playing. The little boys are hungry and are wondering who the grandmother is dancing with. They are eating hot dogs, soda, and chicken with some crackers and hamburgers. No one is winning yet, they are playing poker. The gamblers feel anxious and happy.