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Frederick, Maryland
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TWO THI DAILY NEWS, FBEDSBIOK, MD.. MONDAY. MAY 23.1932. BY MABEL McELLIOTT BEGDT HERE TODAT CAHET. 9 *»« ftentt. tal, fca* +*cam» «««mc*d t» EK- STEST HJKATH. 45. her f oner I "Tcull hrra to »jeak more plain! other. Scsaa'* b»ck *a» toward Use!* mote toward her bat D«slM w*§ ! ly tha tbat, I'm afraid," Snean In- J openis* o£ the little aicor* »o »he ; too quick tor nUn. St» fcsd hl« arm ·ul wfc» to tkc tBtvr* of ill «JBd partly be- «t e»-r wl»- BOB Dl'SiBAH. ROXD. » «*b»t* ACK- :r. S«- troabl* brtwem her *»4 B»fc. BEN LMPXAV ··*r aJMtlirr *f $a«ajt ·· at Hr*tJk aift4 then turn* gTKa ·· klmocU. He rvrerrn tk» affair u kuhrd np. ··»*:»» ·he *«r««'t I « « » Hrmtfc t* marr? alai fevt cm* not 1* a Ml thl» a«»mkrB» old D»ts* trIU Bob Ikat forssed fcisa- "I don't understand, w«* not avar* of Intruder* usttl, nod was clinging to It. Susan riddles." I »h« caught the acnoytJ ei;rvss!on ] slipped through the ccruina and i Ho lo!d*d his anc* »B(S regard** ;«a Bob'» face. ! was do^n the stairs. 1 her wrath'ully. "When I saw you j "Well. we!L Isn't ibis Just too i "Curs» you! She's gone!" that sight a: the tbeater-»wh*a I sweet!" she heard a mocking Tole»t 'Of coarse she has." D»n!se heard -what !t was aii about--1! say. "But play time Is orer BOW. · patted her r-oJCei nith cempla- ecaldn't believe it." i Drop your little girl friend and. C ec^«. "Aren't you being: rathtr "Whit was it yots heardT" jcorae aloes to supper." She whirled Bob did cot answer. H» was Cy- g with long steps in the direction ro'le lorward. o ; those apricot colored panaiera. :. Dec!ge.~ h« said , . . . end I har» inpor- [ THROM the shadow of a curta'.a matters to settle." ' T g^^u K1f b m cess _ g:. e te!t rnlse's !such tickled. ~ " ' lie, cade a TSEU* gesture, .turn- t! laeel the ,f* rd f a lf ***" f 3 .? '"I" i " * " * to ear It m «- c!!n * s m j e cf Dta:se Ackroyd to say it. IKG. :g lor a grsrefu! i "You acd ti-at eld man.' he choked. I "He's cot old." siid Staaa. "Lots , o! successful marriages are mad? with just such difference Is He "You rua around «no ,j, e tuij . hear the scents too. Deoise lores \ louc »jel t the youcg j w . t ' hou .' i wry mmfTT- JACK W \R- Bratk'B auUtaBI. atfvikn i a«t !· marry v»ltb*at lavr. ffn ta a laat-y irr*m party -- - - tkrre «ac«aa- , ter. Bab. ' SOW CO OS WITH THE STORT Up wi CHAPTER XLI ', "1 b 'I'HE can's eyes, stannp at Susan tered. .-w. » wu: . ^.^^». * « · · . . . , ,, . (rf nretM'r 1 frora beneath the powdered wig. '.-*'- ** ^ « what I thought « j"'^ b , h VS*l-er o» « ' were stem, almost accusing She first. Even worse, la fact. TM- f Bob s -°^ her °" " shrank from what she- yaw in th^ra. r.ght have you--" "Tea. It's I." said Bob q u h U y . ! * * * 'la'tr" -Why are you so sarprUed? You CL'SAN rose. "I thick you're said , - c ' ysau a b . m pess . Sh -Really? s!ck and f a!at He acd blTe fro » reached with her hand. Her now was to es;a;» ctter la her ears. | "He has brain storms but be at a csastlS , wax s ^u.^ tack home . . ." ! ..hakes a terrier. "Vou toddle," he; oh sha was bitterly ashamed. said coaiingly. "acd I'll ee« you sha foan1 tt dsfflca!t lo beHere that i it vras all true but after all hadn't BEAD THE STORY. THEN COLOR THE PICTURE came here to torc:E=t EJO. didn't you** It was her tuns t.o be angry Why ·was h» £3 stur'-l sposlir.i: everything the firs: chance tht-y hso to be together? "I think you rr.j«t bo a t'.ttle niad." she said cold:*. "1 hiiin't .--,....-.,. ^ ..^..^ .. u ^» » - ~ «^^-- the remotest notion I shcu'-d see coablnc tho town for you for the a ^_ r TM_ T __ nancee [ you !rt mp go aowT" pa«c month, looking for you ' Bob quite enough. I can't Imagine !__,,,, enl ,. _,,,.,.-.. , nrt _,,, .,' I!OD admitted a sort of engage- at n-^de TOU think you could tell ,H Em! '* vaa!shed and w!th ' l meat? A re*!lzalion of her own how to" run mr life. You're th P reUy - P o u t l n * nianaer ro!!y bro t e OTer her. She had bo- wk i'r'.e enough In'e'est in it ' Sb " D !ant?d fc " r Ema11 feet »1«arely ;ra ved her pledge to the man whoso ·o row"" ' " ral not ' roln S to budge." she In- r j n E s t e wore . i n E pit e of this con- ^ W » - v ^ « . , _, j _ j « » _ _ _ . ,, · . _ _ . . . _ . . _ _^ tion of wrong Susans heart was "Oh. leU us Te'.l keep is nir« about as a the house ' -The Scrub-a-c-'os I.-.e h*r? 701; ^e , ;·«' T "· -ac **tY*- ~ « - ·" « -.-TV -^ *a:d.'--- - --- as --- J -- " ^*-- -^ :.-.»T are U , , IX ',[ "'-i'.own"l'»le!nte'est' Oh that's. forl=e1 h l m - Her contemptuous -. , c . -ood' That's Te-v rood!" He K'ance surveyed Susan. "Count me Hoo JaoKhed b-fcrly "When I've been ' in on tfc!s conference. After all. I rera " ' Hooded n i t h traiif»ous joy when she you here, remembered that lone kiss. She At tbo word Su-. put ber han i s to b ., r burning san gasped. I checks. It bad not all been a IP--he was still holding fast to her every crowd I passed." | Bob said. "Don't believe her., dream. He had really clasped her. Her hands fiew to the laces a t ! She's talking rot. There was never he!d her close, and there had her breas'. "Did you--did you do ' anything settled." i seemed to be a surge of real emo- that too""' ehe asked with awe. | "Listen to him." Denise Buttered tion In his voice when he had Dumbly they stood for a moment ' her hand, "as If we hadn't agreed spoken to her. How could all this regarding each other, these two ' not an hour ago to an elopement! ( bo false? In her heart of hearts yo-ine things. Tbo fury of their Is that nice?" , she knew It was cow could not be. ijuarre! dissolved like snow Cake* i Susan had gone very white. She Somehow sho managed to glide ana. "Xo. I won't. I've been wasting to talk to you acd by th» lord Harry I'm going to do it." Susan assumed a Icok of rroud resignation but inwanllT she ex- cl*«d in his mastcr;u!r.«"=s "Very we!!, but can't we E.: down in tbo sunshine. For an Instact stared at t.'ic j o u n s man. ignoring ( unobserved into the dressics room some p'laceT*" th^y were wordless, then suddenly her tormentor. "Is that true?" abe where she again assumed tho pro- The boy codded grimly. A splen- they wera in ecch other's arms. ' whispered. " ; tcctlon of mask. Wrapped la . did figure In the costam" of an ISth ra!~ apricot b.-ocado and biscuit- i "Of course It's true." Dcnlse In -fca cobceallag folds of the fur coat century beau, he led her up a nar -o!orcd satin crumpled recklessly j tervencd. "Everyone knows about »be waited for Waring. After what each other. For a l"nq; mo-' it. Bobby Just gets brain atorins scorned ages she caught a glimpse rnnt th"y stood thus. Then the now and then but he always comes of his feathered headdress through ?ir! broke away. [ r o m p i n g homo again, doa't you; the crowd. His eyes were raking: "What are we thinking of?" she darling?" j the scene, evidently In search of r£ed. "I mast be losing my mind." ! After one withering look Dunbar. her. She bribed the maid to take message to him. Susan wrote up. You . to yusan. "uon't Deuevo ner.' n e ' that she felt faint and wished to row. ·winding staircase to a lit'.: gallery overlooking the gay F-ene beneath. Never once did that iron grasp of his relinquish the girl's slender arm. She shook her=»lf _ . . , free petulantly and disposed her "You can't go back now." Bob j Ignored her. tut'iln? his attention j a ruffles on the low seat. ^:'.i!. "You know it's all up. You . to Susan. "Don't believe her." he' tt "I don't know what this is ail can't go on with this monstrous said huskily. "She's trying to about." she said icily, "but r^rbaps notion." ' sandbag mo into this. God knows you will be good enough to tell me." Sho was trembling but her eyes J why." were starry. "Whatever happens." I With diCtatlty. Susan spoke --he murmured, "we've had this, "You are eiigascd to her though,! to yon. I hoped, perhaps, you had m i n u t e of knowing wo earn for each aren't you?" j found some of your old pals." H!s ither. That's a lot." She found | Ho said uncomfortably, "In a i eyes twinkled shrewdly. 'Ton don't, eh? You haven't the remotest suspicion. I suppose." Hi towered over her. his brows black with, anger. Susan could have laughed for sheer joy at the s'sb: but she maintained her pose of aloofness. E« home. Waring was all solicitude es be put her Into the car. "I wondered what bad happened .-.erself seized again, her !'os sl- ".cncetl in the way lovers know best. sort of Indefinite \vnv--yes. It's | Si!san colored. "WL*at made yon nothing binding, nothing that can't; 'hiak that?" "Oh. I don't know." His gesture "Stop that Idiotic talk," the young be broken off by either of us at will ^ "Whoever would have thought." n;au growled. "You know there's i She's always known that and acted' was airy. "You never know what Bob demanded, "that yoa were that no use pretending." ! accordingly." i may happen." j eort of giriT* They had not noticed that the | "It's a!l too confu?od." Susan! Why had he said thatT How "What sort of girl?" She gave music had stopped and couples had | muttered. "I've got to think It out much. Susan wondered, did Jack: him a ioofe all innocent candor. br-tjun to d r i f t toward tho supper , Let me KO. p!*::=o " . Waring know? ^ "Yoa know what I mean." j room, so absorbed were they in each j "You can t go like this." He made j (To Be Continued) j ' I! you are real good Tmvsii'es and zo tnc-re, yoj »:Il see iorr.f sisii'-f ARC no*, sho ·sants to try my s'._"-s7" Up :o h.m D^r.ry ran , "Oh. I do! I do!" he c.-.ed out. "I | knos n ha", tr.ej are ail about It's oeen (years s:r.c«r l i e vralied on taess. but : ' I am game to try 1 "A '.-^nole a iiTia'. I expe-c: bu: hold , ' .T.? ".".I I -ar.d erect" Tr.t- to the j Tlr:.«s he said. "Stand wr^le I ' . -salt by " j Tne stilt man he!;xrd him. place his . .'evt upon t:ie st:l"_s " No». bt d^creet." I ht- Aarr.ed game l:f..e D^ "Taie · j:: r.ii "A r.en you stirt j 'Tne stUts are safe ;f vou -*.!". treat \ ! them r:ght. and stay upon yoar Teet " ' j TVtll here goer.' answered Dune;.. - l [ ! hope I don t 5al! apart." | j He .vj^ed a l:it!e wa;.-! ar.c then was j | baci do^n on tee ground a?a:n Th^ . 'stilts had tipped far forward arid poor took a jump ".VA. these are too h.^h 'or ', me. I was zs dizzj- as ce'-T.d be." jald ' ' "ir I -aa'-ked again. I'd 1 ly be a chump " made the s:::: man !s"»h out i louc! And then he s'.;xi:-?d t-j the , crowd. · Once more m;. kirxi sug^ostion 1 is that ;oa be on ;.OLir '.vay. j "Tha; house «n: far fram ! here By walking fast you "I br:r.g :: · r.ear." "All ri?:it' Come or.." sa.d 'Scou:y. 'We n:Il reach :ha; place -o~ :day.' Ar.d so they walked along real fast anl reached the '..·· ho-'Ote at las: 1 -Trial :s strange ·ah.ip°r*d C^ppy - T j ^ o , r . ;; p;J , ^-^g.,. 293 -. NEA s ^-.- ce , -- ' I=.c ) Ti 'The T_n^s r.-..-e: the -ru=-a-dubs in '· e r.ex; stor,. I Try l!.3 E. PTVMI-'S Vegetable Con-oound I Felt Terribly Nervous O'-t. . . 2!w2 - .s rnilinchoSv and blur. Shi s'-.o--::d raic Lyd:a E. Pint- hin's Vegetable CoispouE,*. Ics ac::on hint's up thc"sitc^3. Try · * I Bonder «:iat j ;n itore 0 jri f~3~\ · mumc:?a::ty ^Hl conclude a v^orousiy- ' fLVCT^ i TID a a a tough;, mayoralty and counci'^'-anic ·*· 14 YEAR OLD GIRL shonties said thev had received no ! ^campaign on Thursday, tihen the car.; i aida'.cs ·will coice before the e.ectora'e I 2 0 0 0 ^,uuu ct r.c«3ei He riad learned that the ,' plane w hich came 0:1 him like a bolt out of t:-.e blue had crossed the At- · l.intic and ·»»-· piloted by a soman---so O c.ery'h^ic ^M all right j j The arr.val of the slim. b!ond 33- i -.ear-old airwoman -aas so unexpected i :hac e-.en the Londonderry police had . a hard t-rne finding her -Ahcn they In 14 :earnmi sr - c had pu: ihc " community ! =«c!'. wort! The sir! said to have I I lin M I H I P P n C I V P A D P i c ! a r k ilalr an ° weuhed about 100 i AND MAN AdfciD 04 i f i A K b ' pounds V^Sam wore glasses, used crutches and wi-ichs about 200 pounds jn.the biennial election Harpers Ferry Parents Alarmed v TM- ^ Hours And 54 Minutes. LTOED NEAR FARMHOUSE e all-time lot: NOMINATE THOMAS Named B Socialist Party As Presidential Candidate. M»waukee. Wis . May 22--Kormar. By Daughter's Disappearance. | about S25 ° a TM«'h and had been us- I jig a small portion of his monthly allotments The iargcs: portion Ti-as dp posited in the Harpers Ferry bank, it stated Mr and Mrs Grove were greatly upset over the disappearance of their daughter w i t h VanSant. viho A ;earch w.ts c-r."r.-.:ed tociay for clues to the i\ hereabouts of Frances J Gro\e. 14 attract.;e daushter of Mr and Mrs C M Oro\e. ar.d J D. Van- Sa:it 54 both o! Harpers Fcrrv. \V Va. who dssfipoeared Thursday aftcr- r.ron West V:rRin:a police w h o were Three .seei the mayoralty p^^s:' J j i Richard Russell. Frank E Cocsrell ana j S Frar.i Moreland. The present may- j or. G K W;.sor.g is not a · for re-election. ; For city cou-.cil the folio-R-ing have l 2nr.ouc~ea their candidacies, four to or named \V M S'-anley. HoMtt D Ear%. G. W. A.ns iortr.. John \V Gore. · A I. Grandstaff. Alv.n Ena.s Jesse A , E:igle and A. V. Garaey. i frequently \ .sited a; Uie»r home. ! XT/\ Ha;ersto-*n police arrested Cornelius J\|(J Rti-'.er. colored, shortly before midnight TVTA . iNU Hanvortlu England. May 22 --Amelia Tnornas Ncjr x - cr k. today was norm- I The Kirl ri.d not return to her home Earhart Putaara landed is a borrowed airpUae in a nolent tr.undersiorm here today on her way to Loadoc from northern Ireland -s-liere she completed t infest solo flizht o! a -aromar. across trie Atlantic yesterday. The plane, in Th:ch she -s-as a passenger landed at Hanworth airdron'-c near London, u; a delute of rain. C.a~.- bering from the coc'spu sa? dashed ..r.- der the winss for shelter Fcr f.-, ^ minutes the downpour -xas so h-.i\- she couid*Tiot vent.ure a~nss '.lie '···la EvenfjaHy she was cs^r*ed t-^ '.~ n c'. ib bouse, where sne accepted an :~. - . ,'a- tkra. from AmoassadDr Ar.c-e» W Molina to stay at tia America- S~.DT.VT ·ariule tn Ixirsdon. Breaks Transatlantic Record Mrs, Putnasi rnace appr^x-.r.-.a-'-":. 2.000 miles ir: fcurt-eer: hours ^r.d t :*.'·- record of any o' tive trans-At --- flyers. She -as ieaced for F3.r_^ ·.- r she took off fr-jm Har-r Grace. 3_t f ~.o at possible to so ar.y ;ar:.,;r--3.~ s* too much to set t.? Ire'.ar.-d "About fyor iic^rs altrr .r--."..rc X." - fotmd^and." sJie sa^d c~ ^.^T.^ _-~ -- ·. c 1 . * -r-- day. "I no-ced r.a--.e; frcrr -I-.: c\r.. --: and became very tires?y B_: .t ·» · »." Isave taken f^-r r3-;r^ ··· r^' ^ - ~ ~ I thouj^m it to £ 3.. · sc "My sett tr^-^3le fzs a .'.··· r '-- gasolir.e tank. a~d a-- t "E f.r r 1 · _- Storm CortaUs Speed "To aJd :: jr.- :ry_3'^ I T.-^.-.t- ered nes.-- arxi tr.r st rr. : .-- "I sa-ar lar.i at ai-Mi' t i e -- .-iz ' -'. Ireland--probably ;t ?as G'-"~i",-- ileTr nor;.- I r.ev: .V»T a -; "- L finally la- Sec _r. t r " f e I had t- eat ·:- ·-.· candidate for president he assared the Socialist i-.a:ed £ His raniiiiJK national cornent-on here, will be a rc- "'.le.%s war Kepub'.ican and D"m-v-rv.- par-ies ar.d asair^t the ' kinnd-im cf ro v c r; y " Thcrr..vs. also the Soclaljst candidate j-. 19^8. was ch-x^er. bv 3CC'.ar.-_Tion to Ic-.a the rv.rt through another cani- H \jatirT Per.r.-.V.ania. f o r ' - rr^.-idcnt of the Fedcrat.on o f , -» ·"'.· St-itf was named tne | c^nc date for v.ce-prcslcient by a f t r r schx! Thur-sdav arid ar. inicstl- gn'.ion ^vu 1 ; Ivij'in that c\e:ur.f when It was learned th.v VanSant. a neighbor, was also miES'.riB The belief tvos that the g..rl n a ^ either forced or went wili- ine'.y in VarSar.t's nutimobile. a 1929 model driven bv a colored man namrc! Rre'.cr of Boi.\.-ir \V. Va VanSant a. c-,rpi had tx-'-n unable to dr.\r- an a;i" imoblle since an :n;urv years ^cn ^^.s-.air.ed Rhcn -working in a P.f.sotircJi :r,c-cn.. Hagcrstois n and noi^nborins Pcnn- sjl-. a:-._i cr'ts na\e been r.o^f.ed of 'he d_^.pr-"3rar.ce but Frederic's au- ,, Grove. gaujst him ,, . , No charges were preferrea , rad a bad slomach aad 535. W as ner- Compaijn Conrlndev Charles Town. W. Va. May 32.--This No more GAS not sleep. Aclierika, n me of sll s - ornach trouble and now sleep fire." Lealjig crosSis^. ', £-icht Maclxine Work--Can and Locksmilb % _ _ _ ^ U-ANS FOR INDiGESTION S»x)"^ftSoHF^.^». SAFE WORK A SPECIALTY JAMES E.SOLT \ LIGHT TTEI.BIXG OF ALL MZTALS % ' WORK IN BRAS=. BRONZE 1 | AND ALClIXItM » | 403 Magnolia Ave. Phone 970-J i i 3O ITARS EXPERIENCE You can still fravs! at the lowest fares in bus history- Feres parrnir you to travel with sixty day return limit, stop-over privileges, tickets good on all regular runs and trips Available to almost any poirii in the country. Here are a few sample farest Round Trip Excursion Fares Akron. O S12.90 Canton. O. ,, 10.90 Baltimore. Md _ ~. 3.00 Washington, D. C. 3.00 Morgantotvn. W. Va. 8.25 Fairmont, W. Va. 8.70 Clarksburg-, TV. Va. D-25 BLUE RIDGE TERMINAL 22 W. Patrick St. Phone 203 sojae say baci. surf -_se c~ - rr---;. I .-..,-: _- S2Q tl'.at ·» as .-Xincec to rrt -_- I - ^ leavtrg I iarer.": ever, s :~.c - . · , - -- . Landed Xrar Farmboase "I haven't slecr: s.r.;e -----.- ing. but I clcn t IK! ..-; 1. a»: z.: '2- S506-V luCv ^-5A-2*-CT "-r^iTi snr ^sncr c Her plane came V r=s~. ~~.-~.r. i i -\ yards ol tne farmers c:. - :.^" s--; « very ured and half b^r.cec c; -.-· -;.-- . unuous strain en her eyes c ; - · "e tae noose sin til the sr-p s-co~xi "It -srould r.ave bear rxzs-*-^~~: to crash sw tr^e cottsje alt-cr s?.'" - -- T.Z.- infe.** she said, ' o^t my .uCs. . t.c ^ * As her plane s*,artec .is s_c;=r. o - » ; earthward the racket o; ;a rr.o'or j t ^ r led s plcyKTnar; and c^s horses -r. s *~cxi aearby. The horses belted ar.c. tr. r -.. ·- man had a hard t-rr.e gett~g :.-.?=: oac_ [ at their business. lNG TO SEE (F . WRONG \%rrr4THE SAID NCI' V.tKEN' XM'TH THE COOKS CF -me CLOTHES S1LLY5 (T ISNY THE WASHER. TOE S^LESNIAM JUST TOLD N£ ITS THE SOAP IX--E BEEN USING KESA1DTOOSE _._, *-» ( SEE MO~r!£R--iTS JUST-AS TP£ } SALESMAN SAID. KCiSO GIVES ViCr? iCH£RSl?DS Use Rinso!" say makers of these 40 famous washe 2fojn_fub. washer and dishp Your Ship Comes In When you, the skipper, steer its course safely to the home port and happiness. This bank serves as a lighthouse to aid in avoiding shipwreck. Use its help--regularly by saving a little each week. THE FREDERICK COUNTY NATIONAL BANK NO- 1 NORTH MARKET STREET \Y1iere Banking is a Pleasure r- T H E LEN-A-DOR AN EXCLUSIVE FEATURE OF THE NEW L E O N A R D Here is the greatest cotfoenience feature ever introduced on an electric refrigerator--the LEN-A-DOR. 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