He is going to flirt with her. He cut the flowers for her. His name is Harold and Gloria thinks this is a stupid name. Her name is Betty. He cut the flowers before he got off the train. Gloria hopes the trip is not too long. She was waiting for him and the train stopped, so he ripped the flowers up to give to her.
They know each other from church. They met in Loomis, California, a little town in California. They met as adults. Harold is nineteen and Betty is twelve. That's awfully young! Susan gasped.
Gloria said that if she was her daughter, she wouldn't be out by herself. The flowers are for the older sister. He pulled the flowers out because there are no roots on the bottom.
There could be a barn or house and Harold is going to walk to the barn or house to see the older sister. Betty has long hair, so she may not be that young.
Harold dug em'up. He should tell that girl the flowers are for the older sister. He should acknowledge this. He is guilty because he pulled the flowers and he should say who they are for. Gloria thinks she is too young for him anyway.
She has hair down to her waist. He's hiding the flowers. She has short sleeves on and socks on. The grass is brown and it is dry in Loomis. If he doesn't say the flowers are for her sister, he is in deep trouble.
Why would he be hiding them? He cut the flowers out of somebody's yard so that is why they are so bright and he feels guilty. Where did he get the scissors? He used his pocket knife.
The house that he pulled the flowers from was kept up well. Harold doesn't want anyone to see he has em'. He wants to hid em'...the stolen flowers. Ella Mae thinks that he should take them home to his mother.