Karl Myron, aged forty-five and a model husband for eleven years, is astounded when brought to a sudden realization that he is showing the marks of age, "Why, I am an old man," he tells himself, and straightaway dons a loud suit long discarded. A jaunty hat and a glaring gift tie, never before worn, added to his reckless attempt at youth. Myron didn't come home for dinner that evening but wandered about in the bright lights as completely lost as any model husband should be. He was thirsting for romance and adventure. Then he met Mrs. Wyck, who appropriately was all "lit" up in brilliant attire. The Myrons knew the Wycks, but weren't enthusiastic about them. Mrs. Wyck burned too brightly. Nevertheless, here was adventure for Myron. Mr. Wyck had failed to appear and his wife had the theater tickets. "Would Mr. Myron go with her?" Would he? Easy! He even held her hand all through the show. For a supper after the theater he was compelled to suggest a place; she was so tired of the big ...
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