Intolerant mother

Everett, Washington. 1946. Four-year-old Larry and older sister Laura Lee left Coast to Coast proud of their new toys. He toted a Jeep under his arm and she cradled a doll. They were surprised when reaching home a few blocks later. Their mother doubled her ironing cord and warmed their backsides all the way back to the store…accompanied by "we don’t take what don’t pay for."

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