Two years later, in 1963, the Supreme Court stepped through that door in Sherbert v. Verner.
Mrs. Verner laughed good-naturedly at her, and told her it was not her pocket that would be troubled to pay the bills.
A portion of every morning he spent in the society of Miss Verner.
I was at Verner's Pride with that horse that's ill, and Mrs. Verner spoke to me about some ponies.
"He'll need a good pair of lungs to do that," Verner Hughes commented.
She was sitting back in Mr. Verner's old chair, now, filling it a great deal better than he used to do.
"That's what I'm beginning to think, too," Verner Hughes agreed.
Verner said nothing in return, but he gave a look to show his intense displeasure.
She had brought her sons home with her to Verner's Pride, and they had made it their home since.
"I shall not go away again," was Lionel's answer; and Mrs. Verner breathed freely.