: John R Bruning
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P.I. turned right and sped into the night
, Searcy bound on Rosebud Road. His
mother, worry worn and numb from hardship, would never have to fear
insolvency again. Not if he could help it. She and P.I.'s dad married in 1896. For
both, it was a second marriage, and they brought six children together into the
union. Later, four more would be born, though the youngest did not survive. P.I.
arrived in 1900, the baby
of the family. Lights off, P.I. approached the first hamlet
between Quitman ...