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LIPSTICK GIRL rrc
CHAPTER U
TERRY REBUKED Ctmllli
■HMif. . whM b« <j*uc*d with bar.
■'Aren't you a iittl* sorry for tb«
way .you deceived and then deserted
.»> All ?. I’ll cover be the niinii aaaiu.
■toe# 1 lost you."* he sighed.
H* was probably an sincere as he
WUid be about an> thing. but
knew that he could not huve
been deeply affected. "Perhaps it Is
Juat as well you are changed." she
taunted him. laughing. "Hesides. I
didn't desert the crowd just beruuec
I Married Peter. It was all arranged
that 1 should soon drop out of your
Ufa long before that.”
"Not if you futd listened to me.
I’ve tried to persuade >ou to tuarry
Ai* for two years. What's this ab
surd Dung I hear about your work
ing?”
"1 am. and It's not the toast bit
absurd It's wonderful. 1 never was
■mo b4bPy in my life"
"Uut that's not fair, you taking
care of yourself wlun you are niar
•ried What's a husband for?”
“Ob. I'm saving him for the tu
lure.'* she isuahed "It isn't that
B*t*r can't take rare of mo." she
defended him. 'i just won't interfere
with his work, now. when every day
la t ao important to his career. Be
sides. 1 liave my own ambition to
work out and 1 don't want him to
ibfaftere with that, either."
TWhat is an ambition? Do tell me.
because 1 should like to reeognixe
one if i saw it. la it a disease, and
can It be cuied”” Terry ridiculed.
“Oh. 1 could toll you all about it.
but you never would l>e able to rec
ogiuze the symptoms. You should be
ashamed of yourself. Terry Wuj ne.
for being such a waster. Where do
you suppose the money comes from
»*ot you spend?”
“Why. from the old man." he ex
.claimed, as guileless as a child dis
guaalng money.
“Exactly. But did y ou never try to
-estimate what it represents of
thought and effort, to provide you
with so much?”
“Why should I bother about that?
One person s thought and effort are
enough to waste on it. What 1 think
about these days is the fact that
tbe governor has tut me about
twenty per cent and 1 can t convince
him that m> expenses are more in
stead of less."
“Everyone is trying to reconcile
those two contradictory fact* these
days. Too bad tor you that you don't
have to earn your living for awhile ”
"Say. what have you got against
me. anyway? 1 know. Just because
you have to toil, and want everyone
-else to break rocks. Must you be
like that, because you have an am
bition
“I just Like you enough that I'd
like to see you be a mail. Terry,”
He drew her closer in his embrace
aa they ended the dance. “And I like
you well enough that 1 .till want
you"
“Don't be silly," she protested, and
.turned her attention to someone elsc.
AJI her old friends were delighted
to gee her again. Camilla discovered.
They chided her for her neglect of
tbam. were curious about her work,
doubted or admired her seriousness.
She gave them no details concern
ing her position, only that she did ad
capy for Weeks and Bowman. She
did not wiah Alexander Hoyt to dis
cover at this crucial time that she
CAROLINA SUMMER
SCHOOL HAD 2029
First Terai Drew 1189 And 740 Were
liusiltd In Second Term; Plans
For Opening
Chapel Hill, Aug. 29—Two thou
sand and twenty-nine students attend
ed Summer School at the University of
North Carolina this year, according
to figures released today by Dean T.
J. Wilson, Jr., University registrar.
There w*r e 1189 enrolled the first ses
as*n and 740 the second.
Approximately 100 students com-
work for degrees this summer
diplomas will be mailed them.
'Tb® In trim between the closing of
MG SISTER _ No Choice By LES FORGRAVE
(
Li YHe REM) ¥)j T G / WAVE - CAUGVAT UIKA \T‘-& OUR WAV. OF COoRSE WE *Wffm
r|* RODDER UjiA BAC<OUTY TO SOR«EMOC«. rt»M. VOO VWOOUOKJ'T VwAKIT ITT^
W WORKING, r- vortH HOMPV 0 WE TURweo WM LOOSE TO HAPPEM OH OEAR.I Y//////A
] DAD? 'V*Y. -T <H EMEMBE(i y \ I \WE‘D NEVER. JPy/////A
-L 50 J A LAWBREAKER'S , T CAJGMT H»M'
Ty— . ~7 J S
TM E GUM PS—TQW NSE N D Z ANDER, THE ARCH FIEND “"~
!^fe 3 ° M CARR "" X""’* N BVlfm ’TQWNS.EKtO ‘Z.ANDER WOULD GLOATALL OF OUR 'TROgSIk
TM»NbS ARE NOT / StOObE - \ IF HE SAW TOM. NOW s*" __ * N 'THE / SEEM to HINOE
io rov/ por our I Tr, t ,ffn rr was he who has caused all tulre. are 1 meantime - around that
; we.ro tHEiE -
VWHAT M6.MRIETTA. \ |f HE STOLE THE PEARLS- ( THAT A«E IS FAST GETTING U , SINCE THE DAV 1
DOINO AT SCOOGES, 1 HE ALSO LEFT HIS UAHT6D / BEYONO MT RtO OF THAT *5,000.R2 | 1 BOUGHT IT WE'VE
op rice ?me T J A h a <l<±4* ogar on the table- S understanding- the horses— Mad nothing, but t
asked himself '!: Y7_«, 4 a purposely -to make tom / that cigar roulette- / BAD Luck (
A THOUSAND l PA *?*Jrr* RT JEALOUS AFTER HENRIETTA Y NEVER ~IT W*LL SOON BEGONE - \ Al -L OF MV DOUBTS 4
Times a dav - *£**!-. Jjlg£gsf had given him \ and.hewiu.be \ and worries have }
. oi "^ r ~
held hla fate at the point of har
pencil.
Tbe teat .would begin to prove
itself soon. Tbe first copy had gone
out and waa already on the presses,
would appear in magazines all over
the nation within the following week.
Any upward trend of the YVheat
heuit Cereal business would mani
fest itself very soon if the juvenile
public accepted her Tiny Tots with
enthusiasm.
Both Weeks and Bowman were
optimistic. “Os course. " Air. Bowman
had conceded, “we can’t expect enor
mous returns under present condi
tions. But if the Idea catches on.
there is bound to be a decided Im
provement."
He was more generous with his
praise than Mr. Weeks, chuckled
over tin exploits of father ami
mother 'liny Tot and their large
family, their friends and relatives.
There were, amung many others.
Uncle Joe. the one-legged sailor, who
told the children such fascinating
tales; Aunt Min to whom all the
children took their troubles, to be
effaced with delectable Wheat heart
Cerca* cookies and muffins; old
Qraspy, the miser who boarded gold
and frightened the children from his
wretched hut that lured them with
its strange and fearful reports. They
were so tiny that they slept in pea
nut shells and made a meal of one
cereal flake, were delighted over a
treat of a grain of sugar, made a
puluce of a cereal carton.
While Cainillu worked at her
sketches, siio lived in a different
world, alone. Even I’eter never en
tered tlier*. except to poke Ins head
into her thoughts and entice her
away for a f*w moments at times.
She lived .her hours there with the
children of her fancy and often left
them with genuine regret.
During thoae first weeks, she was
so engrossed that sba worked late
at the etnee many times. She dis
covered that .alien the pleasant, spa
cious rooms became attain for the
night, abe accomplished more work
with better re dulls. It was even more
satisfactory than working at the
apartment. which she did sometimes,
also. No conflicting thoughts or du
ties interrupted her. and she grew
to appreciate more her wlsdonr: in
living apart from Deter so that lie
might work alone, also.
She was more concerned over the
fact that Avis had come to live
across the liall from Peter, than she
admitted. Not so much because she
was jealous of Avis' interest in Peter,
but because she feared that her
presence there would take from
Peter just what she iiad sacrificed
so much to provide for him, his pri
vacy.
Fortunately, for her peace of mind.
Peter never told her how imuiy times
Avis interrupted his work and in
sisted upon his relaxing for an hour
it. tier company. These omissions in
his confidences were not so inten
tions I as they were natural. He had
precious little time to discuss any
thing with Camilla in thoßO days and.
like all men. he did not realize him
self how many hours he did pass in
Avis’ company. They weae so casual
and pleasant, conveniently Inter
speraed with working hours, as she
purposely arranged, that he was
scarcely aware that he saw more of
Avis 'ban be did his wife.
•So. on the right of her reeepMon.
ihe University last week and Us open
in gagain Freshman Week, September
20. will be devoted by self-help stu
tlenis lo cleaning University build
ings in preparation for the fail open
ing.
To date approximately 650 fresh
men have applied for entrance In the
University next fall. Those are ueir.g
mailed from the office of Dean Brad
shaw letters, folders, and booklets that,
are designed to help tbe new student
get acquainted with the history and
traditions of th« University.
Commerce and finance are depart
ments of life In which mankind ap
proaches nearer to unity th>;i in. any
other.
■ _• • t ' :
HENDERSON, (N.C.,) DAILY DESPATCH MONDAY, AUGUSf 29, 1932 '
Avia took possession ot Polar
ignored Camilla so casually that no
one noticed or iMtoted it. Everyone
departed with gushing thanks for a
marvelous evening, and vaguely Im
pressed with the memory that Avis
and Peter were their hostess and
host. With Peter’s studio across tbs
hall, and he a new tenant In tbe
colony, also, it did not,Man at all
improbable.
Avis insisted that Camilla and
Peter remain until the last , guests
had gone, then she turned her at
tention wholly upon Camilla “1 can’t
thank you enough for helping rue sc
beautifully this evening, dear. It
was too sweet of you, the way you
got people together and helped to
entertain them. Do stay with me for
awhile, and while Tillie clears up the
worst of the wreckage, we can have
a bite together, l’in sure you didn't
have time to eat—l know 1 didn't.
But 1 think everyone did have a
good time, don't you?” anxiously.
“No doubt about that.” Camilla as
sured her with sincerity. “But 1
didn't do so much. 1 had a good
time, myself.”
“Pin so happy if you did. Pm
afruid 1 rather neglected you. de
pending on you to help me as 1 did.
It kept me pretty busy, telling every
one about Peter. Did you notice how
popular lie was?” she asked, pleased
and impersonal.
"Oh, 1 say!” Peter objected. “It
was you who were popular, and they
listened to what you said about me
because you were talking.”
“Isn’t that just like him?” she
asked Cainillu with exasperation, as
if they shared his idiosyncrasies with
a common indulgence of them.
She passed glasses of punch and
a plate of sandwiches.
“You will Lie sending me a board
bill some day." Peter remarked care
lessly. "if l don’t quit eating over
here.”
Camilla looked up quiciCy.
Avia laughed. “He has the . most
exaggerated sense of obligation I
ever met. Just because he eats a
meal here and I make him stop work
long enough to drink a cup of coffee
occasionally, he wants me to punch
a meal ticket for him. Actually.
Camilla, with working so hard to
finish that figure. I believe he would
starve if someone didn’t tell him it
w£#» time to oat. And since you are
not here to do it. I’ve taken it upon
myself to watch over him a little. We
don’t want our prize winner to col
lapse at the last minute, do we ’"
“Oh. you women!” Peter made a
deprecating gesture. "You do like to
baby us. That’s lieeause you don't
know what it means to apply your
self to something that means more to
you than your physical comfort. ’’
<>h. didn’t she. thought Camilla.
Blit IVter was talking to Avis—not
to her. Unconsciously, lie had de
veloped the habit of ending the eve
ning there in Avis’ rooms, eating a
bite and discussing most everything
with her.
“1 am glad you take such good
care of him," Camilla offered bravely,
but she grudged Avis even one pre
cious privilege of serving Peter. ’
“By the way." he changed the sub
ject. “w* haven’t named the figure
yet." Actually, he had only discussed
the matter with Avis, but his com
ment Included both girls.
t TO BR COXTIX I/pni
MUCH CONSTRUCTION
i AT CHAPEL HILL
i Chapel Hill, Aug. 29—Chapel Hill
; is pretending that it isn’t “depressed"
| Fifteen new buildings, recently com
, pleted or under construction, will cost
approximaiely $70,000.
I According to H. D. Carter, archi
, tect of the firm of Atwood and Weeks
; of Chapel Hill, there is more builci
i ing going on here at present than In
! any other town of the state m propor-
I t.ion to its size.
i Building operations here this sum
| mer have afforded support, directly to
! 320, and indirectly to 100 people. At
I the same time owners have, oil ac
j count of the reduced prices of ma
l terial. proved their foresight
THE OLD HOME TOWN KegutercA Vs. riueni Office By STANLEY ,
/that boy \ (nr* A great)
mi— _ -it DC?NT KNOW ) IDEA SON , J,
; ‘CROSS BASJE.S TH'W/MMENj/BUT ) DONT7
: held free in this r know a
FIJRST FIVE r MOTHER
; MiNirrEs ’ / lu-admt?;
I ej4- evEß'l’ FIVE ( HER CHILD
I STIMULATORS LESTER TWITT , j
| HAS JUST ABOUT RUN THE LIMIT
H OF IDEAS \
I9"z L*«
DID YOU KNOW? - -- By R.J. Scott • I
-ffr E EJkdIESSIWE YEAP-S Ac3o WOMAN oP.FASttIOH won
ACCUMULATION OP //CURLS/ AND HEC. EYEBROWS V/eRE arched/ #
INJURIOUS LAROOH j picture IS 'THAT OF QUEEM SHUD-AD.wUo
OIOKIDE. <JIVEN OPP /y «_ULEX> IN UR- SHE- 16 -ifiE: EARLIEST R£<*AL WOMAM
sv PR-Urr WHOM WE HAVE K-NOyvLED£E fl-ao
dispatch
WANT ADS
Pet Results
WANTED A
Must be cheap s ..-, .
price. Address P.ur.oY K *
FOR RENT -YPAK’j
vate entrance .-team t., )t r . “
cold water, hardwood **
garage Phone 3s
,
STEADY WORK DODD p\y p
liable man wanted to
ers in Vane- Coum>
ence or capital ne.-deo \\ ,' X, '7
day. McNes.x Co D. t P im
port. Illinois.
STENOGRAPHER DEsiftEs’ im
manent or tempo!:,iv j,,...- . , ’
eral office woik d*-> ~
fast and willing w,;ki:
years expei.enc.
ferences. Addre?- s-, r , .. .. r
Care Dispatch
DOES YOUR BASEMEN! :.1.. 4 k -
so si«v Pattcrscn-Ciji • I
tributois for 'Opaii'. ] w
proofs basements from • :. r
Estimates gladly fun.. j..' 0 '
574. ...
WANTED TUESDAY.
and Thursday lOiiO h.-:i
Will pay markt-t pi,ce (J . r .
(trade. Hli N.-wman '
COAL, GOOD COAL-RET iv Flll
up your bin now while .:
/ it w j ll be higher after wea-j., : £t ’.
cold We have a fui: -%„k
for you at right pr.ee
and weight guaranteed
Hight’s Coal and Wood Yard
19-*, at;
IT PAYS TO VISIT THE ELa CE
Os Valutas '! Tobacco ti’.ein, .n.*
35c each, corn knives e: .
vanized 10 quart pails. ir< *«r>.
a good stock of com tw.n* p...
shingles, asphalt roofinp ~ro-
ment and cement. A,r\ > \v & .
kins.
THE DAILY DTSPA .CH n NOWto
•ale at The Smok* Sfop. J*'}*;,-
Case. Henderson Camlv K \tc i
Wofiman's Plia r maey. Wiggir..- I
Store. Agency. Y u may sea |
a copy from anv of these p.a*
*t the regular l r:.-e ~f 5,-
.NOTICE
Application will be in.ide t. :.v
ernor of North Caroln. o b a
for E. L. Collins, wo
in Superior Court. Vann *" -u,
N. C., in January t*:m l.*3i ,:.J
enced to five years j.r -J- f- •
slaughter. All pel a*. <pp •,
same are expected * : ~v.tf.t.
protests to the Got"::. : at oa t
This the 22nd day ■ : Auta:
MRS. E L. COLLINs t-<-
A Glorious Trip
For Labor Day
September 2-3
From
Franklinton
Henderson
To Baltimore
Via Norfolk and Steame
$5.00
( j Round Trip
k September Nights Are ‘ Spaanj
1 Nights” on Beautiful
j Bay”
- \ ia—
The “Famous Old Bay Line
Ticket* Sold For Trains 6 and 1*
September 2nd and 3rd; 1 .inilted
turning From BaUinion- St*»da?
Night September 4th.. or Mond*f
Night, Sepßrniber sth
For Information See Ag.-nt
H. E. PI-EASANTS. I*TA.
005 Odd Fellows Bldg. Raleigh. > c
Seaboard
AIA LINE HULWO
SEABOARD AIR
UNE RAILWAY
) TRAINS LEAVE lIKMU^ 0 *
AS FOLLOWS
No. NORTHBOUND
'i 108—8:48 A. M. for Klrhmoß*
Wuhington ( New York, cunnart
lag ot NorlSna wi«h N« ,l!
riving portsiuouth-Norfoik l*
P. M. with parlor-dining *** |tr
4—2:ot F. M. for
and Portsmouth, W a*hlnfW°-
New York. d
Ift—o:4B P. M. for Richland
Washington and New I«rL
4-3:tß A. M. for l’«rt.mou£
Norfolk Washington. N«* lur *
No. SOUTHBOUND
101-4:43 A M. for Savsnnj*.
Jacksonville, Miami, Tamp*. m
Petersburg.
3— 8i45 P. M. for R * lelrb ' _ aa .
fori, Hamlet, ColuniN*.
f«>. Miami, Tamp*. Si, *
107—U86 P. M. for "jj
let, Savannah.
Miami. Tampa. St. Y******
Atlanta, Birmingham. mn _.
.0—1:25 A. M. for Allan**
Ingham, Memphis
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