The date draws closer, and Fletcher gets choked up as he expects the bridegroom to come in from the Chicago and Alton train. He’s still trying to get Sade to take in yet another stranger, but she won’t do it. Will his guilt trips wear her down?
Hank Gutstop has been working at the Bright Kentucky Hotel has house detective, and stays in the bridal suite. Fletcher has made arrangements to have the visiting bridegroom stay there. How did he manage that?
Fletcher has more drama to share. His landlady might be getting lukewarm at the thought of getting married. Just one more little problem for Fletcher to straighten out.
PS: It seems that most of the people, names, and places in their town are made up. However, a lot of the places, towns, and things you might think are made up are actually real. One item that’s real is that 9:45 train from Chicago to Alton. It’s now Amtrak, and it still runs today, and at just about the same time.