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Occasional KK2SI
n*AD Til 18 FIRST:
v. Camilla Hoyt, youug and tea* titul
art student, and Refer .Injun. a
struggling sculptor, fait In lore amt
VHhfXK .secretly. Jivtdmd to lav apart
t iniil tke tutu Reier can establish
hisisalf. Camilla, ffcc adopt* <1 danyh-
IJf •/ wvallAy iMri'Klt, u not to in
herit money when she comes of aye.
Khe is prepaisno hits* If for li f c mth
* <?"Kae in co hi .m f i-i.ii art. hoping
*% gpt • fob to enable her to support
herself. She has Kt« uiulfwj/ the
rounds of the aptm ns. Refer. work
ing i» his studio on tin idea to? •
figure ifilli i: hiek he hopes to iris
scholar ship to stud// abroad, re
ceives a cull fiom a bi-aul/ful model.
Sylvia Todd. «i ho offers to work for
aJwejf nolhii.o it he trill employ her.
He cannot a'ford a mini' I, but prom
ises to tkinii it on r. I‘t ter dis< usscs
fits matter of a model with Camilla
and decides to cm/,100 Miss Todd.
Together Camilla and Refer decide
on the figure. They are at the height
Jt thc* r happiness. \t home Sul via
*<* reeeiies a mysterious phone
coy Refer beams work on lii* piece
for the exhibit and Camilla, at her
family's summer home. u a bit dis
fonsolate without him. .1 in Worth,
g/ne of Camilla s tnends. who ts in
love with Retei heist h, su’jo' sf* that
she and Camilla « ml Terry Wanin'
4riee into town to >,rt Peter for a
Party.
CNOW GO O.Y WITH THE STUM ]
ni.vi'TKit ?:
IN SPITE UK Hit- hitiiiiJ <-lo.se ness
gt the small room, Peter ami Sylvia
bod worked on through the Saturday
•ItKuoun "I k> you mind ?’’ he *skc 1
bar solicitously “lioihiig as it is. I
feel like work. Jusi getting into the
aplrit of the thing. I guess."
"I'm with > ou. L> g lx.y. to the la .t
kurdle." his model encouraged. "Yc i
haven't too much time to finish, have
you"*"
"Think 1 can make it.” he replied
curtly, already absorbed,
tyyivia flexed her strained musclt;.
'and resumed her position. An hour
at .Intense silence eiiMird. broken
oply at Intervals by creaking
sound of the revolving platform that
supported the clay figure-
Finally, he sin.led wearily and nod
ded. 'Thanks a lot. Miss Todd. That’s
all." and left the room to afford her
privacy for dressing. He paced the
hall, smoking and thinking His right
hand sank into his p ela-t and en
countered a slim roll of banknotes
It reminded Iran that this was pay -
day for Sylvia. IT. : > ntl>. she opened
the door and stood on the Mweshhold.
wailing expectantly.
“1 had Just r«'i.ietol» ted what du>
It is.” he smiled. "1 know >ou hadn't
forgotten—and don't you ever let me
forget, either.'' Hu walked toward
her. drawing the hi la from l.i:
pot ket and counting them.
"Just etiot!: h." he said, holding
them out to In
Sylvia looked up and met his ey es
inquiringly "Is that -all you have
Mr. Anson?"
I’oter hesitated briefly, then man
aged a short laugh. "Why wh.it
decs it matter? 1 owe it to you. a id
you need it Just as mm h as I do
Perhaps more "
‘.'No. 1 don't. I didn't 'ell you. b'lt
I have another job now I'm p.vd:r;
for another Nations.) entry when I'm
not working for you I vmss you
know him —Cus Matson."
The name Maitb.i p. ter He h i.;
lost track of Otis since oonimem •.*•
ment "Yeah. I know Idm Sn ti
trying for tho scholarship, too?" i
asked .thoughtfully "S’i vu thoug
he was so ambitions. Well, good lui k
to him."
"He says that your entering jus.
cut* everyone vise’s chance to win. m
hc.lf.”
Peter emitted a deprecating non.
holmes is giving
A LECTURE SERIES
SUi«* Forester Speaking On Conser
vation In Summer Camps of West
ern North Carolina
t->
. Raleigh. Aug. 4. -<AP)—State For
jater J. S. Holmes is carrying out
thla and next week a schedule of
f B * GSISTER This Meal Is on Donnie By LES FORGRAVt
Bor '' nT-ITER?X WAIT. f OPCOURW SAV' wASS'T APiMD* FRESu 1
1 AaYß<T\ SOILED TURTLE. /
ALL W KAVt llpT /^v f M 3 / THERE'TW \l JUST \ E<aQS,AND AL.L f AtslO WE CAN;
IS SOME BffPAh JLACE 1 POOND Tt4 J LET K ( Twum \ LOOIC 1 f HERfe \ WE CAM GAT OF ( ©OIL ALL THESE ]
AMD AB T J \\»-OOK» M<JTW / LOTS OF ARE EtMIF.LLuK 1 TOTAKE 'WtTW fl
■■■ii ii— i.n .■ i -*—■ ■ ■■ ii ■»
\ __ / WELL- TILDA- A f&Atf.. WWGN THEY \ ">=—
gCj i
tpj '
Ai 4 POLITICAL MEETING i A \ Wt>UL& LrO W»U> - A.*?*, tZ \
"Ob. say. I guess not! he rather
flatters me. doesn't he?"
“Yes, he admits you are clever,
but he hates you. I can see that. I've
wondered why."
Peter shrugged. “Oh, a little per
sonal matter. But 1 settled that, and
have nothing against Uus."
"Y ou wouldn't hold a grudge or be
Jealous of anyone. 1 think you're
simply wonderful, Peter." she said
softly, and raised her blue eyes in
shy adoration. They had stepped
back into the room when they began
to talk.
"That'll do for you." he told her
pleasantly. "Here, take your money
und run along. It's late."
"I don't want it. I'd much rather
you’d spend, it for dinner lor both
of us. Y’ou're dead tired, you need
diversion, and you're lonesome. So
am 1 lonesome. Why don't we make
some w hoopie together for a
change?" her hand on his arm urged
him gently.
"Sorry," he turned away. "1 don't
feel like w hoc pie. All 1 want is a
cold shower and something cool to
drink, then sleep."
"In this hot room? Don’t be sil.
You won’t he able to sleep in here
until morning. If then. Come on," she
pleaded. "lkm't you want me for
i company ?’’
| "That might lie pleasant, hut I
can't accept It.”
J "Another date?"
I "No.”
“ Veil then—" impatiently.
"Please don't insist," he said
| kindly, "and here is your money."
i "Well, if you're not the first ice
j berg 1 ever saw in July! Don't you
j ever thaw out and get away from
j your eternal work and study?"
I "I'm very busy. Not much time for
play." lie aiwlogtzed.
j She thought, "if he knew what he
had coming to hint, lie might he a
little decent to me. Put 1 11 give him
another chance. He's worth it.” She
idented with a smile ami took the
I proffered money. "All right, zero
| weuther. I hope you get caught in a
j blizzard. If you do. let me know. I’d
like to get cooled off. too."
He grinned with friendly response
and Sylvia flashed out of the room
j Peter dropped into a chair and sur
! veyed his work of the day. A frown
puckered his broad, smooth forehead,
above which his bright hair was dis
ordered and dump with perspiration.
His great anils hung limply in re
pose along the chair arms. They had
h< en held at a rigid tendon for
! hours.
I There was a sudden flurry at the
open doorway ami laughing voices 1
' puttered up the stairs and tumbled
I into the room. Camilla, cool mid
! sparkling in white, led the others,
i "Hello. Peter," she greeted him cus
! unity. "We all came in for you. to
j join us at the club. It’s stifling here,
but it's lovely out on the beach. The
whole crowd is there, and we want
| you with us." Her eyes confided that
i it was she who wanted hint,
j “Why—l—” he hesitated. He had
risen nml was covering his work with
ja white cloth.
"Don’t say you won’t." Avis had
j entered the room and added her m
i sistt nee. “We'll kidnap you if you
‘don't • ome with us willingly." She
; made a coquettish gesture, tugging
at his arm as if she had more per
suasive powers than Camilla.
"All right." he agreed. "Hut you'll
I have to wait ten minutes. I just quit
j work and I feel like I'd been in a
i Turkish bath .You'd better wait out
j side whore it'o cooler Down in ten
l or less." he promised.
It was the first time he had ron
; rented to join Camilla’s crowd since
they were married, but he went re
luctantly. As he finished with dress
ing, panic seized him. He was join
ing a group of pleasurs seekers
. lectures on conservation in summer
, camps of Western North Carolina, j
Thursday Holmes will talk before i
: the Tryon Garden Club at Trvon, Fri- j
day at Rockbrook camp at Brevard. I
and Saturday at the Eagle's Neck
j camp at the same place.
Next wek the State forester is sche- i
duled to appear at Yonahnaka camp |
1 at Linville and the Black Bear camp !
at Marion.
1 Special efforts have been made by !
HENDERSON, (N.C.,) DAILY DISPATCH THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1982
whose money flowed into their pock
ets os It flowed out. In a continuous
stream; and he bad less than a dol
lar in hls pocket. Sylvia actually hxt
taken the last dollar he m»a
On Monday, he would be paid for
some tutoring and later in tl)* wejric
was pay day for the summer class
instructors at the museum, which
were his two principal sources at
Income. Added together, thoy wars
little enough, but he managed fru
gally.
However, money next week was
not now. He never could face tho
chagrin of going out ’o the club
without a little money. Hls thoughts
darted about frantically for a solu
tion. He might suddenly feign illnsds
and escape going along with them.
No. that would frighten Camilla, and
they would insist upon calling a doc
tor. He might just change his mind,
or suddenly recall another engage
ment.
He was dressing with rapid move
ments, picked up his watch to slip
it over his hand—had an idea, and
dropped it into hia pocket, instead.
Then he took It out again and
checked the time. He might Just
make it. l.le dashed out. locked the
door and ran down the stairs. Terry
Wayne’s chromium-fitted. bright
green roadster awaited him in the
paved court, wth Camilla In the
front seat beside Terry ami Avia
nonchalantly smoking In the rumble
scat, t
Their voices rose and chattered
when Peter appeared. He hesitated
a moment, glanced at Camilla and
then swung his long legs Into the
rumble seat. Terry touched the
starter and the powerful motor
roared with his impatient flooding
of the carburetor
Peter leaned forward, casually.
“Would you mind stopping a minute
at tbe circle Intersection. 1 have an
errand I was just going out to do
when you blew in. Much obliged If
s«u will."
“Okay." said Terry. With three
more guttcral roars of the motor
and a strident blast of horns, he had
turned around and shot out of tbe
court into the truffle of the avenue.
Cars rattled and purred all around
them. Roadster tops were down,
closed-car windows open. The breeze
or motion through space tossed the
short uncovered hair of women and
wrestled at the open collars of men's
.-.port shirts. When traffle lights com
manded a halt, their faces grew Im
patient with the delay and the In
creased temperature of still air; heat
shimmered in visible waves from the
pavements upon which the sun had
poured relentlessly all day.
“Just where shall I stop?" Terry
threw the words hack to Peter.
"Oh. anywhere you can park.
Along her is all right.” He made
rapid calculations.
Terry swung into a vacant space
lr-side the curb and stopped the
motor.
“1 won’t be long." he promised
them, but his smile involuntarily
focused u|K»n Camilla.
There was a market somewlipre
r.cur, he reflected as he strode aJjVflg,
which ran through to the next street,
lie searched the entrances and found
It. dodged Inside. He walked through
as fast as the milling crowds of Sat
urday shoppers permitted him. be
tween stalls of heaped vegetables,
brilliant displays of fruit, colorful
cheeses. He swung through the back
entrance and hesitated, then turned
to Hie right, north for half a block,
hastened through an alley, turned
right and was out on the street
again. Hack another half block and
lie was on the avenue, a block away
from the parked ear In which
Camilla end her friends awaited him.
(TO BE COXTTNUEH*
j the division of forestry of the de
i partment of conservation and develop
| ment to present conservation to camp
i er sin Western North Carolina for a
| number of years.
Scientists are able to analyse the
1 chemical nature of the faintest star
| as easily as some unknown substance
! in a chemical laboratory.
THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY
Hii —. (| KNEW ECt^K
)[ SO, YOU EXPECTED J f WASWOVEtt
—Jn me to e»sK my / 5 fIELP» \ / flis heaowheW
—f neck sett/n ' s. I Agent /1 he went in fo*
—( "WAT FOOL contraption) S SOLD J \ ANYTHIN* ,
—Ai UP EvfcßY TIME I (j!r lDj*l < V. MECHANICAL!/
want -re neon ’ S
n p —l Ar vvr nnDs" J ? COULD PUT l r &LA
i. ... i .
EP OBU VEf^S
) WASHJNkSS FOR. H)S VJIFE^CAME
he ATTEMPTED TOSET upa
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v- v\ 'll 0 W. 2 her W Stanley rentr.fi l’,.v< 6-A--32
rilEp4'; t r
\| ! if ON EARTH CH IS MAJ ESTV OF
1 \ ' 1 BUNYORO , UGANDA , A^R-IC/k
Hf \ > MUST WEAR. WHlft,
\ i V whiskers and a
)\ \ j \ Bone crown on AuSfAife.
Hk 4*, j \ occasions , can be fed onl>
( V, V By HIS 'Three sacred milk
- . | \\\ MAIDS; is OFFICIALLV BAWIEC
\ OUT EVEtSV DA.y By-THEROVAI
Wife Preserve^
• wj
l
Zijipets may b. , Ul .
ferent lengths indvj.a, --
Ttley are useful in niak.i'V
•rs. billows and chili: c , V '•
—— —_ ' ,VI
Dispatch
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Road, all mod*!i; ... ,
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sire you wiil change : . '
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at U;e Hinders,m H., . ,
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Buy Parker's sp«-c. . iK;
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nicely furnished apartn,,tr - c - '
ern convenience. p>i :
per month. Phone ti 12-J v
Rowland Street. j
WANTED—LIVE \\ I RE " T i," R -7
resen’. Security L.f<- .r.ij z
as district agent. Old ■ r,.
Carolina Co. Good < >r. •.
right man. Comm; - . .
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N. JL
USE PRIXMENT innFTi
fer ba n f.u,-
a good .‘•lock of all t. ; ~ -
cement, pine rhinjh- : ;
roofing and 5-v ci.n p : ‘: .
S. Watkins. "The p; a r, • v, ",
IN ORDER TO S’F.Cl'P.i V' »
first position you m ; . .
thing defin *e to •,
training at the H> r, ....
Schcol—fii! term b. .: ■■ .- ■
12.
BELIEVE IT OR Nf.T RiY ti
day in even,' wav u ;• rt -
people are learning . I i.- <
of our shop. Mu* - f: tz&
here. Allen’s Rarb»r
1 h.ii-7’ t
GROCERY STORES. FISH LEV.-
era and markets ?ave or, v,-.g v-&j
--ping paper. Use *,!.! r.*-w-j,pei-
Get a big tur.ule at the so. I>j
patch office fo* !'•<■.
FORECLOSI Rl. sAl.l
Vy virtue of the paw: *• *.' -
a certain Died of Ti.. ’ <'■ >
Grene Hunt and Bett . 1 * ' -
cn the 10‘h day of Kfbt.. .
duly recorded in tin i
Deeds in Coun’v :: i ■’ i
Page 2043; defiult - I
in the paj-mt-nt of tin- r.- • ”’-i
*-ecrj*‘d. and on the ito.a- ' '
holder of the same l
publ.c auction, to the
for each, at lhe Court 11* 7*
Henderson, N. C -e
< neon» on Monday tbe T.
tefllhei, lf>32. tile folinV*
property:
That Housp and I.«’ ’ -
Breckenridge St., and r> - •
lows; Begin at MeCr.r •-.*
Breckenridge S', and •:
88 3-4 W\ 157 1-2 f. ■ *
Baker St.; thence aioi.c I-o.
I. E. 50 feet to stake • t • *
alley; thence along alley S v ‘ :
119 feet to Breckenr.d ><
S. 37 E. 62 3-4 fr< j t., s • H
be-ing the home piaof ;
Hunt.
This August 3rd. 1932
J. C. KITTREI.J. T: - » _
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SEABOARD AIR
LINE RAILWAY
TRAINS LEAVE IH-:NDF.BSO>
AS FOLLOWS
No. NORTHBOUND
, 10ft—8:48 A. M. for lilrhmotf
Waahlngton New York, conn*®
tog at Norlina with No >8
riving Portsmouth-Norfnlk I*
F. M. with parlor-dining <•"'*
vice,
4 p. M. for RlrhfflnW
and Porlamouth, Washing* 6,
New York.
192—0:48 P. M for Ktrhmo#*
Washington and »w York
ft—3:Bß A. M. for l*oH»«noa»'
Norfolk Washington. N**» D**
No. SOUTHBOUND
191—ft:43 A. M. for Siranaa*
Jacksonville, Miami, Tampa, s*
Petersburg.
ft—3:4s P. M. for Rab-lgh.
ford, Hamlet, Columbia.
“**• «**““. T * n ' l " s ‘ 1
burg. trt
197—7:36 P. M. for Raleigh. ”•*“
let. Savannah.
Miami, Tampa, Si ivimbor*.
Atlanta, Birmingham
5 A. M. for Atlanta. W*
Ingham, Memphis
For Inf or mall on call on B. *
Pleasants DP A., Raleigh. >
or M C ’ Capps, TA ,
N. C.

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