"Oh, Joan. I appreciate your calling. But as it turned out Kathleen and Jeb did get married, there was just a 'small' change in plans. You know how young folks today are determined to have it their way."
"Well, I'm glad it all worked out, but that is not what I am calling about." Joan paused. When Dixie didn't say anything Joan added, "I know you and Harrell are going to sue the Afternoon Daily Press for libel. The idea that they would publish 'those' pictures."
Dixie was taken aback. There was no photographer there on Saturday night. "What pictures?"
"Oh, dear, you haven't see them."
"No, I honestly do not know what you are talking about."
"Dixie, there is no doubt that the picture is of you."
"Well, it's hard to tell, but it's looks like you are trying to pull over the table the wedding cake was sitting on."
Dixie felt like her life flashed before her eyes. This could not be happening. Weakly she thanked Joan for the call and rang off. Where could she get a copy of the Afternoon Daily Press? Or, did she really want to see what they had published? Kathleen may never speak to her again.