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The hood was down to keep out the chill December wind. The blinds were drawn. Within—sat our family: father, mother and we three sisters. At the wheel was Diler Singh, our old and trusted driver. He had been with us for years and we all liked him. It was early in the morning and a thin mist hung in the air. The roads were deserted. "We're in good time," said my father. " Perhaps I was the only one to notice it, but at these words Diler Singh bowed his head and his lips seemed to move in prayer.
She suddenly looked up and met our pu:zzled eyes. "Come on girls! Don't stand and stare! " I cried, wondering whether I had heard heir right. "But.. " "Never mind what I said " interrupted Grandmother tersely. " As Grandmother stooped to lift the matted hair off t h e small, dirty face, Kaushalya opened her eyes. 62 A DAY TO REMEMBER , chug, chug, chug went our tourer, merrily down the road from Agra to Jhansi. Chug, chug, chug, chug! The hood was down to keep out the chill December wind. The blinds were drawn.
We heard, as Bunia came running to her sister's help. "You'll use the money for drinking. " This only angered the man. He glared at Bunia and shook Kaushalya hard. Still she refused to part with the precious coin. Enraged, the man slapped her. Bunia tried to pull her sister away. Her father raised his hand. Slap! Slap! Slap! The piercing sharp sounds made my head whirl with rage. Kaushalya reeled, staggered a few steps, and collapsed, right near Grandmother's feet. The old *Save me 60 lady stepped back hastily.
A Yankee Flier With the R.A.F. by Rutherford G. Montgomery