Shuts the suitcase.
Key to the suitcase.
Tony lifts the suitcase it is heavy.
He leaves for the station.
The train at noon.
The conductor boards the train.
Punches the ticket stub.
Tony reads he looks out the window.
Took the city
The tired army
Tired army crossed
Army crossed the river
Crossed the river
Detective Mr. Moore walked carefully down the street.
He did not want Mr. Gribben to see him.
Suspecting nothing, the wise Mr. Gribben walked away.
Was Mr. Gribben the suspect, or did Mr. Moore have a false lead?
Continued walking and recalled the case.
Mrs. Colson is wealthy, and she lives in an estate.
Yesterday she put something in her wall safe.
Her diamonds were missing, and her rubies were gone.
The front door was locked, but the back door was not.
Mrs. Colson called the police, and they found tire tracks.
The tire tracks from Mr. Gribben's car.
Mr. Moore followed Mr. Gribben.
Mr. Moore stood outside of the jewelery store, and he waited for Mr. Gribben.
Mr. Gribben said that his mother asked him to get her jewelery repaired.
Mr. Moore explained that she had reported it missing to the police.
Mr. Gribben's mother must have not read his note.
Would you like to go to an auction with Mom and me!
It will be held at the Fairlee Estate on Pine Drive
Furniture and many household items will be sold.
There should be a lively crowd of people.
Good, we will pick you up at seven-thirty sharp
Bring along a sweater and an umbrella.
We will pack a basket full of meat, fruit, and juice!
Mom needs a bookcase she also needs an iron.
Do you know how to get there, Mrs. Johnson!
I have a map, but I would appreciate your help.
If you turn here I can show you a shorter route
How far do I have to drive on this road?
What a beautiful, stone house this is?
Look at the lovely furniture, pictures, and plates?
There are some smaller things over there.
When does the auction start.