The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 22, 1934 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 22, 1934
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PAGI roum PLYTMVllLB, (AJHE.); COURtlCR NEWi THE BLYTHEVILLB COURIER NBWJB aa oGD*i»i NEWS OO,|POBUBHM a R. M1000K. & W. BAOOB. Bole NttioMi AdrertMnt Aituuisu DoUlet, Inc., New York, Detroit, St. Louta, D*liM, K*TC«« city. Publtehod Evtrjr Afternoon eceot Entered as second a3*is mailer it Die post ollicc at Biylhcville, Ar- kstBiis, undci act of Coiigrett, October 9, 1917. tfcrvea DV *>"• unites Prat SUBSCRIPTION RATES By carrier in nit c;ty or B*nlicvTUe. l&e p«r wrek or J650 per year In advice. By mill wllhln * ra/Uus of BO toilet, 13.00 P« year, »1.SO lor §1» months, 8Sc for thru •otttu; oy ni»tl In postal MIX* two to d*. tacliMlw, JS.60 per year, In zones «vm »W eifbt, $10J* per ye*?, jiayable in advance. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1934 Leave Nature Alone to Enjoy It Most If was a most attractive photograph. It showed a wild waterfall, toppling over a rocky ledge and foamiiiK down into a BOi'BC whose hanks were covered with virgin timber. Kverylhinj; in view looked, piTsiinialily, just as it did centuries iijjo, bcfori; there was :i ivliilc man on tlie coiitinenl. The paragraph of printed niiitler that iiccompnnied (he picture said that tliis waterfall was on the Tahiiuamcnon river in the upper peninsula of Jlich- iBai]. A movement was afoot to turn the region into a slate park, it was said; and then came this sentence— "the place is difficult to reach at present, bill a highway will be built to the falls if the park is 0. K.'d." And while all of us who like to go places by auto would be Kind to have one more beauty spot put within reach of our summer lours, it occurs to us to wonder if we aren't overdoing this business of putting roads into the wilderness, just a little. * v » A good-part of the charm of some of these wild spots is their isolation— the fact that they are not only un- Birailed, but that they are so hard to gel to thai lieople don't get 11 clwncc to spoil them. We have built so many roads in the lasl decade lhal il is hard to think of any'beauty .sj;ot which .the casual motorist cannot reach. And while this is, in the main, an excellent thing, we might reflect that once you make a wilderness thoroughly accessible, it ceases to be a wilderness. There ought, in other words, lo be some areas which can't be readied by cur; spots which one must penetrate afoot, or with a pack horse, if one is lo see them at all, and which contain no tourist cabins or general stores- • V » Let there be a few prizes for those who are willing lo rough it, a few bits of weklerncss which we can never see if we aren't game to park Ihe car and hike a bit. A recent editorial in Nature .Magazine stressed Ihis very point, ll remarked acidly that there are |ieople who won't be satisfied "until the crest of every mountain range is scarred by a skyline highway or scenic boulevard," and it pleads for preservation of some wilderness area in their natural, road- less state. Tins doesn't mean thai we must slop making mountain and forest accessible tn (he auto. It is simply a reminder that we I'iin build too many mads, and Dial if we do we sluill rob our.selvr.i of something very much worth preserv- injf. —Hrucc Cattmi. Alcohol and Cos A Youngstown (0.) man, driving bis car while police say IIP was under the influence of lujunr, runs down and kills four little girls who were walking along an oixm highway. And if we nwded any more proof (if Ihe adage that gasoline and alcohol dun'l mix, here it is—in tragic, terrible form. We seem, so far, to be refusing lo face the facts in connection with repeal just as .stubbornly as we refused to Cace them in connection with prohibit ion for so many years. If we are going to have the open and legal side of intoxicants, we have simply got to find some way of keeping these intoxicants out of the people who are driving automobiles. 1'erhaps wo need to increase the sixe of our traffic patrol forces three or four-fold- Perhaps we need to make our traffic code about five times. as strict as il is now. Perhaps we need to submit to far more stringent infringements on our iHH'HotKil liberty, in connection with tliu use of aulos, than we ever had bo fore. Certain it is that, we nucd something drastic. The people of the country simply will not. stand tragedies like this one al Youngstown much longer. SIDE GLANCES By George Clark War Vets (A Cmd* May Meet at Vimy Ridf e OTTAWA, Ont. (UP)—Canada's war veterans may hold their next re-union at, Vimy Rldgc. France, scene of llic famous World War balllc. according to the Dominion Command of the Canadian Legion. The legion has announced lh:u il plaits lo hold a pilgrimage to the famous battlefield in connection uiili tltc unveiling tliete of Canada's national war memorial In 11)116. Tw/s CURIOUS WORLD BoquiHas Rugs Slwwn At Texas Museum SAN ANTONIO, Ten. (UP) -Eight BiMiuillafi rugs, hand-woven on primitive looms from the wool I f Mexican flocks in an isolator! cclkm of tlic Big Bend country ojuthwesl Texas, li a v c teen u'ought here for exhibition in Viuc Memorial Miuumn. Hui!-makhiK 1ms been '.lie prlm- live art of Mexican crr.fismcn for :cnlnric.s. Tile weavers live with hi'ir flocks in a region 120 miles rom a railroad, separated from civilization by rugucd mountains ind desert's. Bright dyes of red. yellow, hlne and green are akcn from native herbs, and are ix-rniap.i-nl. An Urgent Problem If, a.s Secretary of Lalxir Kraiiccs 1'erkins once remarked, an outbreak uf strikes is a sign <>f recovery, we must be heading back toward prosiier- ilv at n terrific clip. The strike vote which will call out half a .million textile workers on Sept. 1, unless some speedy adjustment bo made, is only the latest in a rapidly increasing list of bitter industrial disputes. And whatever the significance of these strikes may be, as regards recovery, one thing is curtain; they are horribly expensive tilings for everybody involved, and they constitute a pretty heavy load for our reviving industrial machinery to bear. In spitc_ of the NUA's fine words, we haven't yet found a very efficient way of adjusting them or preventing them; and a discovery of thai kind comes close to being the most pressing need of Ihe day. "As I explaini'd lo Ihi- bus.-;, it's just till my husham its buck honii'." Mosquito Menace Diminishing But Still Worth Corn-balling BV. int. MOKK1S KI.SIII1KIN iMrc.mis. (Kimta, and r-ayuin!; ijiiUer rlditnr, .liiiirnal uf the Aineririm on itotises and sewer catch basins me WEASEL'S FUR DOES NOT TURN WHITE IN WINTER./ THE CHANGE IS MADE By PROCESS. » Sig Ben, Catfish King of St. Francis River, Caught JONESBOKO, Ark. (UF)—Big Ben. kins of the catfish in the St. Francis river, has been causht. Neighbors in the vicinity of Deep Landing waters gafTcd the big fish in a battle to the finish three weeks nfter llig Den had injured two of four men who tried to lanil him. Big Ben sveiahnd 154 i»iinds and measured seven feet.-His head 1G inches across. Me NEST OF THE EIDER DUCK, LINED WITH DOWN FROM THE DUCK'S BREAST, KEEPS THE EGGS AS MUCH AS 26 DEGREES WARMER THAN THE 5URROUNDIN& AIR. MOON'S POSITION IN THE HEAVENS HAS NO RELATION TO THE WEATHER./THE MOON'S POSITIONS ARE UNIFORM, AND CAN BE COMPLITS0 FOR. CENTURIES A'lEAD. The moon follows n set course, just as does the sun, and there is no such thing as ?, "cold moon," as it is popularly called when far to (lie north. When the sun is far to the south, the moon travels northern course. When summer comes, the moon swings oil to the south. Head Courier News Want Ads. NEXT: Does (he crow fly in a straight line. Tin? lime required for hatching Ircnu the eirjr lo a mosquito lhal :s able to fly is from seven lo ten days. Hence it k clear that Ihu ss.iy lo get rid of mosquitoes in any vicinity is to get rid of all slaijminl water. When it is impossible to Mrriii-al Association, .iud o[ ll.VKi'ia. the Health IH.iKU/im; The mosiiuUo is ;i |>est, but it does not represent, Ihe menace to health in this country that il represents in Ihe tropics. Mosquitoes in the northern |>or- lions of (he United Stales cany set rirt ol such water, control little disedsc. Nevertheless, thti "the breeding of mosquitoes by suit- arc sntTich-nlly a nuisance to mat; .ible methods. The placing of oil II desirable to get rid of Ilium. | on the wnlcr will slop their hrccrt- Unless Ihe conditions undc;-i '"»• h " L lllls nalurally makes il im- wliicii they breed arc suit ably ran- ! l^'Wc to use llic wnlcr for any Uolled. it is conceivable llmt, they I ordinary domestic purpose, might become n serious menace In I MoiqinLoes may of course be :ept out, of houses or prevented Irani biling human beings by using 1G mesh svirc screening, attache uulilly to windows antl doors. When inosciuilocs arc in the house, it hus been suuijesicd that they be rc- mos-etl by a very simple lechnic. l-'irst darken the rooms durina leallh. Malaria Is Hie disease -^ciiic-fiy transmitted by mosquitoes in lii-j United Stales. II has been stamped out in most communities by suitable: public health measures. U may bi- said of Ihe iiio-^imto thut the Icmale of Ihe species is more deadly than the male. Tho Icmale mosquito is Ihe only OLIO thai bites human beings; Hie mak Is a vegetarian. Pesv iieopie realise thai liicn- an: more Ihan 500 varieties of tuo.i- • quilces the ssurld. al- I though only seven or niuiii MU commonly seen in the ciiifs of the Uniled Stales. OUT OUR It I were to name an chjhili wonder (of (he world), il would be Ihe lass- of human relations. All the wanders arc not worth much without undcrslar.cline, in the world where friendship, square rltaling. and service abide. —Prof. A. W. Nolan, University of Illinois. To breed and develop the mosquilo must have \valei H hatches from an egg drixvited in water. Us favorite brcetliiii; yroiuirls are rain water barrels, cisc-rns, tanks, garden pools, s!o»-Howmg CLUB »i::.i\ iit:ii|.; TODAY KfMITS tl .A !•;« (J || X, |X anfl prrtf?. !•« .>pi.al7 «HHl»licd by SVl.- VIA lt)vi:R«. ibr rltki-.i ulrl IK l.Mn.linrclt. fnxhli-fuibTc' ,\I-^T V«irk ..•liurh. SrMn Illl. ti> n»U II ...... t*rtf •! ClHll. n fcrlnlrri lnvll:i ll it-m Mtts. «•^T^:l^>fA^. nnt «•- tlrtrrt; .«-i«l llr.lii,. IIAIirtV W«ITIt«Hi:. i-nr .S;1»lrr> CBTKU. M-lm hnil br Then slie and Hn«a would be [looked iiiqu'lsiiivcly at the small. j skimming the roads tijf^lher. f Ilf jfalr-batrcd girl with the hody of ivunld Ipnk down "at he'r'anil smile' a Tanagrs figurine, talking quickly, tlmt slow smile of bis and nay Icarneslly lo Ibe squarely built softly. "How you coming, sweet- 1 young man wilh Hie "life guard" ' ' Ami slie would in l.,.:i p* h»mr fc? H sine tn»rr«rinr. 'I 1 JiJIUn »rlrm lhl« «i I* hvrl flffmrii' nt'il i MRS. FKHM-:!.:. il !>'» f'lHb Tn n.k i:ni> an MH*. <:HMH<;I-:. n r M!"- 1n stammered qirirkly, feelin? ulierly .--' a IOFS. "I thought—1 ralher Blie rniihl not complete the pen(cure. Hot lilonil linrneil her cheeks Irwm l.nrrh- -F|i rtrr the latter part of Hit; ariernoon. Ihen ssait about a half Hour for llic mosqiuloes to emerge from their hiding places, then spray any cx-minerciril mosquito destroying Ihiid into llic room. Alter about another half hour, the room may be vcntilalcd. In spreading diseases, Ihe mosquito biles a ]x_-tsun whose blood is infcclril; llicn. alter a suitable incubation period within its own body, transplants tlie infection lo a healthy person, whom it bite* later. The battle between man and Ihu insect ncsls is a continuous one. Rv Williams OH-T THOUGHT IT WAS TO KETCH YOUR TOKJGUE IN, IF YOU HETCH OME. Death Ended Romance Of Woman Circus Midget CASSVJLLb. Mo. (UI'>-. U'.irial here of Mrs. Clifloid Askins, known in the circus isnrlcl ns "Princcfs Valctta, world lamons niiclget." eiuleri a mavnni;c be.- licvcd lo be unique in Amerii-d. Tlie undersized woman, llnrc led, three inches tall, been married lo a Kansas City cobble^ Clifford Askins. who tipird the beam of six feel, iss-o inches. Their romance under circus tents. She, with a desire to amuse children ciiflomiTs. becalm, clown. He repaired hat ness toi Ihe horses A boa conMiicloi- MI,ike. 3"i frc lonp. broke Irom ih i-,mc one clay and made foe Ihe: -Princess.' Askins rescued her. saving )«r life Rare Flower Found Blooming in Canada on, .said he believed it war, hurled y explosive malcrlnl from old Ml. \lazainn, the riiicestral mountain Df Crater Uikc, and had been in la present iwsition for iO.ODO years. tbe paie electric bulb which - . sii'.ii on Ills balliins suit. Mora Lish him a smile jullcti liian not (hey liail lapsed Into uiuiii. Shu wouh! r-s cmi'ienl jn pttcnco more Intimate even than i thai. After lliai rim night he i wnnis. n'nii ""i.,'"u I" 3 ' 1 nm louehed her again and I "Why, why—"l had no iiJea you ^ilfi. lili - v , 1 , 1 - jihere svas something in his control were discontented here." Roots dial iiif]iieil Ihe Kirl ininUerrUdy. She hail no chance now in plr>y ihe sweet, pqnnble. svom.inly role she had decided upon. Tonifzhl she svas riot unconscious , o[ InukiiiK lier l-"Ft m (lie. i-hiid ' = llc1 I'O'indeM in her temple?. S(ie ( bross-n nnr] ycllosv nrsanclie. the!" 1 ""' ""'• r.imply ronM uol liehs'M very frnck she lia<l worn to ihe |ihis w.-iy : it was liclkiilouE. wnat v falefid al Ilia yurlii club. |would he thiiil:? "I mighl as svell K?l mine, unoil I * " * nut of il." sli-- h.ncl tolil her Image j-I K feeincd not to notice any deliatuly. She svasn't jioitir, anyi cliin^. They weie on th? o:-l- pluce else nnrt il vsrs < oi-l. .^h^ '-VirtP of >:»»• M.iiiin nosv. There Liail brushed her yellosv lulo of: were ll^hu aii'l f-hops iiiF^^'l oE curls svith e?ptelol rarp. Her Fiii:iil;thc |i?.fc 1110:11:5 of lamps along % mouth ji:st tu«the'J svitli a .roiiuri y roi;d. | "I have to li? moving alonql* IIil.=r. Fnt-l Fini]>!y, eji-ily. "Ue^ llipie'F no HP" me lianEins nroimrl leie any rn^rr. VonTI h° going K:<k lo Hie f-rnwrl «ny day now. Ymi woli'l ktioss- ['m alive—" Sl;e rholieil mi her ilcnial. "Hosv ••.•'M voti ?;iy ciu-h ihitiys? You've !)-<"« a i-rai-ii lo mo. I rlon'l kunsv litn: 1 would ]iavc ^01 through (his .summer—" Tears rn-f fo her cy;i. tears of self-pity ar.fl v,-o;inr;e;l v;^niiy~yo5 t and sr>nie]!ii!t; c!?o. There is'as a hi::ip as bft: as a tiasc'j:ill KOIIIG- v.'hrre in her Lhroat. Thli was to i »rrli. nnii linH a iiih. iti--'. .\i)u to n.\ ivirn Titt: aroi'.i CHAPTER XII •tTV/l'''-'!'' lhal will lie aboul enoi:Kli n[ Dint." [!"ot= said lo herself in ilie silence ami coo] ness of her nwn room, llns? [.mid hart kissed her am! slip had-bv scarlet sake, plained lo him later. KCiHly bul ; "Well. Ihis Ir.. nur last rifle lirmlr, lliat 11 Hicnply wouldn't do ! :v:iher." pFie loM liini. j-milin-. as and lhal was all Ihr-rp war, lo ll.:!li<> r;ir r'-i-Iril ilo'.vu .-; luief mode- She ami Iliiss lind had :i "i;fHiil Hli? n;,i«le the s-rr.-rt elm li;nl talk" coining lioims fioai llic shore, cnuuled on. The voun^ man ac hrr She would nol have helievofl lhat Fhle r;iid svilh llr.llevins enncrvn. (ho big. sr|ii:irc-3baiiliU---ci m.iu "U'liy7 \Vl:al -ia yuii m?an l>y could be so niLiculatc. yho was jlbac?" perfectly i-| 8 ln. lie bad ap.ced. II | .. M> . ..^iher come.- linaie timmr- wnuhin't hapiicn apiiin. Slic was rovv _.. „.,„,., K . lir] , villl a |, vlcf I1ul . "clamed sweet" iiid. he waineci to «,,.„,.. „„..(, in v ,. i;jf .,, I1C |. VOUS11CS3 bo friends. |, 1J1( | faycty wcre miinleM. "She— "I managed it rather nicely." ' she's lerrihly fu.>:-y. Klic'll iliink Hoots lolci berrelf. prfring al her-i there's —'•'• serSnus . self In Ihe mirror in (lie li^hl oflnlin:it tiiir,. Our h?iii£ frie:i(3s.- He said somethin" under eerily from a yrccn cord. She feJiilircaib whicrb slic did not hear. The Chief of Indian Tribe Now Judge at Trials BELLIKOHAM. Wash. (IIP) — August Marljn, venerable chief of llw Lninmi Indian Iribc. is a judge svlnl po^l^ meant ss-hf-n they wroia .o[ (lie benrrs pi-n^s. Why, slio sias ralher proud of herself on HieJFCent of (he ri^arets he used clunz fcclinp tbcin LOSS- r= sure-ly and svliole. After all Ku?s was dofi-i lo bis rousli. shabby IA-CCI! coal. fEgonizedly as thoii^ii some pressure nitely older and she hail been imii-1 Hii ducli lioucers were old. ton. lucre lining lirouclit 10 Irear against clous and mature anil charming in ! nnd nrjuy (hues v.;:ohfd, bul (o tho situation, had met il gravely i uoolj Eti be socuicd exiraor- , and Eimply as a woman should. I tlioarily virilo and handsome. IK No, phe didn't like "this pawing 'was a »ia», anyw-.iy. she told her O. C. Ujjchurcli. I what she tell for R«: now. Acting under district Indian scipcrhiu-ndc-nt. the chief will preside over trials of Indiana accused of law violalions and ciril suil-s tc-tsvcen tribesmen. At his first trial he sentenced lour Indians charged ivilh being drunk and disorderly each to ID days In jail and 10 days work on the rcfcrvalion. aboul." It was all right If it ban- j pened to be "the real Ihins" but self, and lhat was more than you could say for Johnny or even he had I Hardy Whltmore. They were only Tlie. light Irom the sun reaches our ciivtH in 499 seconds. 1ONDON-. Out. cUP> -- Srs-ei-nl specimens of one of the rarest flosvcrs lo cross :n C.ii'ar!.i —ilia walcr cladidhip—liave bc;-n found near Lake St. Cliur. Tills is the rcrnr.d time on icc- ord (hat the- (losvcrs hns-p been found bioomins in Canada. Prc- \iously several sveie (o'ind in an inlet of tlie SI. Lawrence riv ( v in Quebec. Carbonized LORS Found Buried in Oregon CI.-.YIT.K I.AKi; NATIONAL I'AHK. On-. «IIPi (,(o:n-isu today lri>oilecl Ihe ni-.'lir,- r,f a mmihcr "ol ravlwiii/rrl lo;... the r?- flill o! volcanic acliv;|v s-licn vrl- canK-m wa? al it;, hr,ji,i ,,, f ,,,th- ctn Oregon. \intoM ye,-.'.-, ago. The lofs were lounrt along the new Union Creek-Diamond" L-ak-s . , _ highway near here One !o; \s-as j^T" =zT =• m an 'ipttehl poiiuon. buried mi- j T'-^ o-^^r"i.^M5, !r" 60 Iccl °'- v °'"uir dcpoiits. • !• M! U in. 0 ,, s.-jj °f- Warren D. Smith, p.'ofessor of .^./l E«o!og>- at the Universltv of Ore- 17T6=Lord Howe lands \o,ooo soldiers oa Loni Islands can. . Ameri- ' Leonardo da. Vmcifc, from, l]clL £>ILU ICJt tut J>Ua£, CltU Ik^^l Ilillll) -> IJII LUIllf. IIJUJ ncl^ - plained carefully and willi what [children. This man bftrt l>een tn sbc felt was just the proper loucli ShiK''t M> re .nncl Port S.ild and of regret, was merely friendship. Just the pamn r-lie couldn't help noticing tliat In tltc mirror ber cyc.^ looked enormous, excited. Tho pupils were dllalctl. Her color, loo. n-.v liigb. Sha had a deepened wild roso tinsli in cillicr cheek. Sb« B!iaiifihai. Ho liaii shipped as ;er swiit-bnitins huinaii htari . . . HUES brought the littles car (n a ?top in frnni of a ssveet zliop. Llghls ginlind from Ihe gayiy fleco- ratetl window ss-jth ilinir lion-lions in pink hnxe?. Ihcir (rays of pnill- lu£ i.iffic.i and ]irs of lirifht. broken red and srvcen cmirlulls. at tlic di?iilay apathul- leaned forward across the lillcrcd dressing lablo lop svith its jars and pin trays and lorn envelopes lo stare Qt herself in frank admiration. "Awakened—l*m awake." murmured the girl lo herself. Oh. all this was foolishness; she ^as only playing, really. But It was nice to know xmeone nrlmired you, thought you were beautiful, desirable— Sho went to sleep with a little tmila oC conscious power hovering about her lips. 01 course she wasn't going lo let RUBS kiss her again, fho told herself firmly. Ho would have lo realize »h» simply couldn't consider him In that way. So-It was perfectly all rijht. UT of course the thing wa=n't settled as simply as Tbe summer nlshts continued lo be miracles of scent and sweetness md Boou. In her new-found isolation trc-tn "ihe gan£." was very i lonely. More often than net. !»r father dozed fitfully In the i ^ '••-• • a I iciil'.y. loiiinujii ?pamaii on fruit b'intr. and | "u'an; a drink?" ealite boals. Ho had seen ihe! -oil, I .lou'i —I don't think so." world— Olher niijiiis Uses- hn-l 1,-insfietl at e^eh other in Mio while beat of (his small pities arro=s a shining while inarhla rnldt ion while a. yontb in a Boiled apron slapp*'! down walcr tnmlrlsrs and r-aptr napkins and toik Iheir orders. Jutt now the very thought of entertns that bright, odorous p'acs siciensd lier a litllo. icen fun ami you're a grand little] .. Wnnt mc (0 h . in ^ mn mir ,.Hl and maybe I'll be Beoin' yon. A1 , rishl t|]e|] ^ - ^ I'm pnslnsB off next week, any- ., lemotla(le As she ^^ (ha ewcM-sonr mixture the re- JiVV/IlAT did you eayJ" Her " Dower-like face svas very close to his. Her small feel, in their iibabhy biack-strapped slip's, were nlanlecl squarely ou tlie floorboard, close to bia big brogues. "I uaid lhat was a rotlen break." Rnss told her slowly. "Well, it's B A pang shot tliroush her. She swallowed hard. Witli dry throat Eho managed tbe words, "Ob. where? Isn't this a surprise?" "Not much." drawled tho man. Tve been gelling restless, banging around here. I'v* got an offer to go down on a cattle place in Chile. Anythins (or a change." Suddenly she fell lhal she could not bear it. Why, Fiuss was her only real friend now. She saved up things lo lell him—llltle Ihlngs that mads him Video his eyes, made him throw back his head and laugh resonantly. On the beach she'd bsen Jlttlnj near bis lite- luard station every day now. care=« of tbe curious glances thrown garderl her escorl over ibo lop of the glass. Why had she never no- liccd before bow really handsome lie was? Brealiitiiktnsly. sha refll- ired that he. had cornc to possess her Imaginalicii-il was Russ fho looked fornapl >o feeing In- rt»y. Uuss who nilccl her nighl-tlmo dream?. clerciineiiif of liioughi. perfectly willing lo k-op (lici, friendship no lha pbtonic pljua Hools herscll had chosen only a short 10 days betere. Ru=j took from her the ball- euiplle-il g!a,5 He tn\e hnmc-vard Ever? (cot of tfce wav \sas « sort cf ajcnjr porch l!* up to th( curb and th* «trl ....... small csr would their way. ohe badn t minded Syl- trsaii c«JJ "I'm lust to thj 'isg ?!rl. him." j'ne told hersell -la's galherinj to herself Ihe usual *tldly. "An.d b« doesn't car« !!tt!t $y;cpiiCtic ifouj u loss »s;~-r-J aSc-j 1 . s;. Ht'a going aw. dow- to ths Post Road lor 'sbe htd R\:« to talk U Thi dar= | • auickir. hr. 5=1'.! I do" 1 . Up B» C<utttM«e4)

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