All these years, as happy as we’ve been, how I prayed and prayed the good lord see fit to give us a child JONATHAN KENT:
Honey, will you hand me that rag up there -You take things easy now, Jonathan, remember what Dr. Frye said about that heart of yours. JONATHAN LAUGHS -Now the first thing we gotta do when we get home is find out who that boy’s proper family is. -He hasn’t got any. Not around here anyway -Martha, are you thinking what I think you are thinking? -We could say he’s child my cousin in North Dakota? and just now orphan. -Oh, Martha. -Jonathan, he’s only a baby. -Martha, now you saw how we found him, y’know. Martha Clark Kent are [you] listening to what I’m saying? WHISTLES Come on, gang -That was a great game huh?
-Yeah, but next time we… -Come on, gang, hustle! Let’s go! Stack your helmets neatly. Remember about those uniforms! Cleaned and washed by tomorrow and looking like a football team -Hey Clark, lets have those— -COME ON GANG! clothes washed and ready for tomorrow’s game, okay? -Yessir -GOT TO BEAT Mt VERNON HIGH! -Lana? Don’t bother with these, huh? I’ll take them in with the other equiptment. -Thank you, Clark. -Sure. -Listen, a whole of us are going up to Mary Allen’s? Buy some records? Would you like to come? -Sure. Sounds like it’d be a lot of fun -Kent can’t make it. You’ve got a lot of work to do. -What are you talking about, I just finished stacking all— -All that? -Oh LANA
Oh, Brad. GIRL
Hey, come on, Lana. BRAD
Come on, Lana. Come on, let’s go. Come on! -I—Bye Clark. -Yeah, bye. -Clean this up, Clark! CAR HONKING GIRLS
Bye Clark, see you! TRAIN HONKS CLARK YELLS -Golly! I saw a boy that ran as fast as a train! Faster, even! -Ha ha, Lois Lane! You have a writer’s gift for invention. I’ll say that for you. -But—but— -Uh, Lois, please read your book. -No one ever believes me.