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But her father was part of the Board and she also owned the only store in the city!! ... Besides, Martha is Mexican.
"Martha, the policy has changed. The jacket will cost fifteen dollars, if you can not pay it we will give it to the runner-up."
My older sister, Rosie, had earned the jacket that was awarded to whoever kept the highest rankings for eight years. It was my dream to win it too.
I heard a conversation between two teachers discussing about giving Joann the jacket,I was in a state of shock, I could not believe what I was hearing.
The next day, when the director called me at his office, I knew what it would be, so I looked him straight in the eye.
I went home and cried inconsolably after my grandfather told me he could not afford it. And that you should not pay for something that you earned with effort.
The next day I went to the director's office and told him I could not afford the jacket, that they gave it to Joann. He looked at me surprised.
The director, feeling guilty, told me that he would have the scholarship jacket. Then I understood the words of my grandfather ... "you must not pay for something you earned"
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