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The Afeio Osego;t STATESMAN. Salery Oreson, Friday Morning, February 15,1929
Local Nevs Briefs ;f
V Junior Chamber ; Heel ' The
Junior chamber of commerce will
sold a monwuy meeunK jor u
commercial students.:' for which
some outside speaker will be in.
ited,' the chamber voted at Its
business meeting Thursday .morn
ing. Preliminary plans . were also
made to hold a skating party at
Dreamland rink .Saturday, March
9. Frank Weoer was named on the
membership committee to fill the
?lace left Tacant by Dale Poppe.
'be chamber Is ordering pins for
the first time since Its organixa
tion and Is considering application
of 17 students lor membership.
John Bostrack is president and
Miss Muriel Wilson faculty advls.
Attend Arthur Funeral Miss
TMiziheth Hocr. teacher in the
commercial department f.ttSe sen
ior high school, and' DorothjCWe-
Cracken - and Cora Febier, stu
dents .of the department, were In
Portland Thursday afternoon to
55 attend the funeral of Mrs. Arthur,
mother of Miss Mabel C. Arthur.
Miss Arthur Is also a member of
the faculty of the high school
TUrhfMt TJkrw Konth L lord
Riches, now San Francisco office
manager for , the Western Paper
Converting Co.. likes the climate
"of that city very much, so he
writes local friends.' He went
aouth to make his home after a
severe attack of Illness ' made a
change! of location necessary.
Received Jewels -StewarLDew.
fc ey and -A, N. M cores were pre
sented jewels for SO years of eer
rlce in the -L O. O. F. at the
regular meetln got Chemeketa
lodge No. 1, Wednesday night.
Dewey was initiated January 4,
1879. Moores was given the de
gree work December 25 of the
Appraisement ; F-U-ed-Repqrt
of Inventory and appraisement
was tiled in circuit court here
Thursday In the matter of the es
tate of the lata A. C. Leabo. TKfe
estate has an estimated value of
3Shw. Jesse R. Laswell and Mrs,,
v-Fr-rmle .Little, appraisers. , -
Ij-Jl'sraae on Decrease -But twen
ty ty cases of communicable diseases
I were reported from Marion coun-
t . -,
ty ior me wees: enaing r eomary
9, according to the weekly repor'
of the state department of health.
Of these scarlet fever, tberculosls
and Influenza numbered four
e?.ch. a 1
Tby Girl Anivee A baby girl
born Sunday to Mr. and Mrs.
Ed-?rd Warren at Yreka, Calif..
accrding to word received here by
Dr. Robert Moulton Gatke of Wil
lamette university. Mrs. Warren is
hi- sister. Mrs. Gatke went south
Sunday and will Tisit for some
tiire at the Warren homa.
Mrs. Bratsel Winner Mrs. HI
Tirt1 Rot 8. won a Cogswell
chlr at theF. N. Woodry auctiofl
TnarkAt- Wednesdar night when.
eh suggested the namer "Sturdi.
Bill as one most iitung ior me
lino of furniture renresentea. by
the-chair. The auction market was
peeked tor the entertainment.
Brodie Visitor Here -E. E4 Bro
dic. publisher of the Oregon City
Enterprise, was a legislative vls-
Snin!ster to Slam, is an ex-presl-Vdent
of the National Editorial as
AoIatlon and has taken a promi
sHnent part in the activities of the
Ferrers to Portland The Rev.
and Mrs. Martin F. Ferrey and
daughter, Louise will go to Port
land Friday to spend two days in
the city and to attend the preach
ing mission which Dr. Horace
Wetwood of Boston has been con
ducting there tbia reek.
Nelson In Seattle W. J. Net
son. assistant manager of the Old
ec Stblts company, is spending
several days In Seattle, where h
is attending the state convention
of the Wsshlngton Bottlersasso
Pkiu Race Problems The
Epworth league of the Jason Lee
Memorial church will devote die
cushion Sunday evening to the
problem of race relations. Severs'
special speakers have been ar
ranged for the program.
Seattle Men Here Johnny You
ell and J. Flke, both working out
of the Seattle offices of the Pa
cific Fruit and Produce company
tpnt some time this week at the
VI ..CD! J L IttO Ulfltuvu.
.Youell left here Thursday.
7r Clinic at Middle Grove Dr.
Vernon A. Douglas of the county
health demonstration will conduct
t a toxln-antf toxin clinic at the Mid-
V die Grove school today.
Visitor Here Thursday Mrs.
Crrrle Branch of Pratum was a
bvs'ness visitor in the city Thurs
day. Imo4 Daily Eveapt Vaij fcr
fetattsman Publiiftma Co.
115 So. CBimrrftl St.
Uembr ot th
Th aMocUUd PrM is selna'valy
n titled to th w for pubUetlo. ef
t'.I cewi Sitpatchea eradiUd to It or
tot otltonrtM erediufi U fhU 9pw
ind tloo to tko local sows paouaaoa
, bvszxxss omesi
relfi Cooat ' ETprtalTa: .
ktVhwt W. Strpoo, Ib, Sacarlty
Bldf Portion : Skam Bldg- fis
rraaeUeo 9U WMttre PmUOo Bids,
Lo osoloo. -
i - 8M ..; -
Por All loporUa U -
EaterSd ot lb Fott OffiM te Baloi.
OroroB, aa aaaowd alaaa sistuar. :
SxrBSCBXPTXO BATtl .
SUQ SabaarlstSou Xatot, ta Advsaes
WUaio Orafoo; DmUj oad Bmr,
1 VI. 60 eamu: S Mo. U.
2.2j 1 yaar M.00. XUowhoro SO
oa4 por ko. or $5.00 for 1 roar la
' - By City CarrUr
CO mu a'BMBtB; fS44 s you la
idraaea. - . - -
r Geosrashv Oommlttee
Further - consideration - of the
course .of geogropby in the Salem
grades was given at a committee
meeting held Thursday afternoon
in the office of the elementary
supervisor. Miss Carlotta Crowley.
Other - members of the committee
ae: Miss Slgne Paulson, .' Miss
Dorothy Taylor. Mrs. Minnie v,
Duncan and Miss Anna Fischer.
;.,: ' ' ' ' ' ,: . , -:.y "
Market Road Asked A new
market road petition was filed
with the Marion county court here
Thursday asking for four miles ot
market road between the La
Branch service station at Foui
Corners, north to the " Big Chlei
store "and service station. . The pe
tition was filed by William Fits
Patrick and others. - .
Sophomores Get Scolding The
sophomore class was administered
a friendly scolding for making too
much noise in assemblies by Rob
ert King class president, and Miss
Cecil McKercher, advisor, at a
class meeting held' Thursday morn
ing. . - .... , ,; ... . , .
Mr. Vehrs Better Mrs. George
V'ehrs, , wife of a local doctor, if
recovering at the Salem Genera'
hnanltal from a mslor oneratiot
performed under local aenesthetk
Tuesday.'- Her condition Is re
ported as favorable.
Trial Begins Selection of tb
jury ln the ease Weddle vs. Par:
fish, involving alleged forcible eni
try and detainer, was made li
circuit court here late Thursday
The case will be tried today.
Rebekahs to Funeral All mem
bers of Salem Rebekah lodge No. 1
ire urged to meet today at 2:45
Vclock at Rlgdon's mortuary to
attend the funeral of Mrs. Alice
Beaty, a past nobis grand of the
Fraeer to Portland G. R. Fra "
ser, proprietor of the SaTem En
graving Co., goes to Portland this
afternoon to attend a meeting of
the Northwest 'Photo Engravers
association. He will return here
To Address Lions G. L. Loshe,
representing the philanthropic fi
nance division of Willamette unL
rerslty, will be the speaker at the
noon meeting of the Lions club
oday.'He will discuss the endow
ment campaign. .
Suburb Water Pure Samples
f water taken from theWest Sa-
'era well and tested by bacteriol
ogists of Oregon state college were
found to be pure and. practically
Dental Clinic Today A dental
clinic will be held at Ameville
oday. with Dr. Estill Brunk ot
the, county child health demon
stration In charge.
To Address H. S. Boys- Dr.
Edward Lee Russell, pediatrician
with, the health demonstration.
will give a talk before the high
school boys this Friday morning.
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.Auto Is Stolen A Buick auto-
tnoblle owned by Hawkins & Rob
erts was stolen from South- Com
mercial street Wednesday night,
iccordlng to a report made to the
Opening Date Set Salem re
'ail merchants will observe the
mnual spring opening March 21,
t was decided at the Thursday
noon luncheon of the Salem Ad
lub. . .
" Overcoat Stolen An overcoat
Selonglng to Harold Kelley, 84
Vorth Church street, was stolen
"rom an automobile parked at
"Hate and High streets Wednesday
iignt, the police were Informed.
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Many valuable prizes will be offered in this EVERFAST
DRESS MAKING CONTEST. First of all let us say
that it requires no particular skill to win, for, the sim
plest dress may win the capital prize; Of course you
are planning your spring wardrobe of wash dresses
now. Why not purchase the materials at Millers, make
the frocks and enter them in the contest?
CONTEST BEGINS SATURDAY," FEB. lfith.
ENDS THURSDAY, MARCH 28th, 1929 :
JLL W JOL .Jr.
TO BET. HOUSE- OKEY
Oregon may i not want "movie
censorship no, but tt will hae it
eventually, declares Representa
tive Charles W. Roblson ot . Clat
sop county,' Mr. ' Roblson himself
will present a censor-measure ev-i
ery session until such 1 a law Is
passed, or movies cease to exist.
House bill 408; whlch would
provide a moving picture censor
board, , came sulking Into ' the
house Thursday morning, its head
hanging because it had failed tc
find favor with the committee.
The motion ' to adopt the report
was duly made. , but, between thr
time of making of the motion and
its ultimate adoption, the houst
members were treated to some
real old school -oratory ' from Rep
A real need for censorship ex
ists In the state, the Clatsop roun
ty orator declared, and cited in
stances which had come underhh
observation when the morals and
behavior of boys and girls had
been adversely Influenced by in
Representative Lee, of Multno
mab, who by the way wants to b
known simply as a representative
3ven though she is' the only lad)
nember in, the session, explained
he reasons why the bill was st
roughly treated. The ."talkies
ire Just impossible to cut, she
-said, and furthermore, it 'would
Cake many times three censors tc
:ensor adequately all films com
ing into the state..
"Used Piano Bargains
131 High street,
And repairing Glese-Powert
Every night S:tO to t -at tht
tf en's $5 Hats
1.98 at the Cosmopolitan clos
ng out saleT 4
ieo the CoIHc and
Fox terrier puppies at FlakeV
Petland. ' -
?ave Money at Breler
25th anniversary sale. -
Eat at O'lsary's '
Where good food Is served.
Easy Terms "Used Pianos"
.131 High street.
Large Stock "Used Pianos'"
131 High street. -
Old Time Dance ; '
. Crystal Garden, Every Wed. and
3at night v.
Thomas Bros. Band Mellow
Moon. Every Wed. and Sat,
alem Income Property
For sale at a bargain.' Hudklns
& Sanford, Inc. Miller Store Bldg
B. P. O. Elks and Ladies
Dance Saturday, 'Feb. 16.
Save Money at Breier'ay
25th anniversary sale.
Goaranteed Shed Dry Wood-
Coal, prompt delivers. Tel. 13.
Dance to Good Music
With sociable crowds, Mehama
''very Saturday night.
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ZPy ROE FULKERSON
READ THIS TJtSTr-T
Betty Brown danced for- fun uatfl
her parents died, and ". then bad to
tone for sooner. Sbe has several 4ia-
MTeeaiDie expertencea witn men Who
think because m woman dances la pub
Uo abe la morally low. Aady Adair, one
of her schoolmate a. secures her a bo-
sltion In a nifht club where sbe Is ex
pected to act as bostess to lonesome
neq. arueats.' Bora she discovers that
Mttertalaers aadr aTuests. alike, take
it for sran ted she la Andy's woman.
She resents this assumption, but finds
It difficult to combat. As a dancer at
the nlsTht club abe seems to make good
and the proprietor says be will keep
HE CUSS HERE
TO VISIT SESSIONS
The editing class of the Uni
versity of Oregon school of jour
nalism, composed entirely of sen,
iors in the school, was in Salem
yesterday to attend the day's ses
sion of the legislature. Coming
!rdm Eugene with the class were
Dean Eric W. Allen of the school
Df journalism, Harris Ellsworth,
leld manager of the Oregon Edit
orial association, and Robert Hall,
mperintendent of the University
Press. -- " -
Members of the editing class
who made the trip were W. B.
Hempstead, William Haggerty,
Chalmers Nooe, Marlon Sten, Luel-
a Markeley, Betty Hagen, Doro
thy Baker, Maryhelen Koupal,
Audrey Hendrlcksen, Ruth Han
sen, Margaret Long, Elaine Craw
!ord, Mary McLean, Arthur Schoe
ni. Bill Winter, Richard Fields,
Carl Gregory, Mrs. Ida Mae Gar.
land, Larry Thleld, Lawrence
MItchelmore, Harold Bailey.
t- v T-i rt .Iply nsed by all the girls. It excused
LJdUti. r 1UJ11 &UULU -
"We like Oregon best, and
what's - more, Calif ornlans are
showing much Interest in Ore
ion," Bays A. ,C. Bohrnstedt,
spokesman for himself, Mtb.
Bohrnatedt and Mr. . and Mrs. T.
r. Crozer and daughter, Cathryne,
vho have spent nearly two weeks
U California points.
Mr. and Mrs. Bohrnstedt and
Mr. Crozer returned to Salem
Thursday night, Mrs. Crozer and
laughter remaining in California
tor a further visit with friends.
The party visited Orland, Sac
ramento, Fresno and Tulare coun
ty, and except for the raisin
district around Fresno Mr. Bohrn
stedt reports conditions about nor
mal. In the raisin belt things are
dead, he found.
. I :
Government Will .
Notice of sale of timber on
revested Oregon and California
grant lands and Coos Bay wagon
road and grant lands appears for
the first time in today's States
man. The United States land of
fice is making the publication un
der authority of the department
of the Interior. The sale will be
by auction and"Wlll be held March
25 at 1 o'clock at the Roseburg
office .of the federal government.
Red and yellow fir, hemlock and
spruce are included In the stand
of timber which will be offered for
1. Anyone, except employes
of Millers, their immedi
ate families and the
judges may enter this
2. Dresses must be made of
J EVERFAST materials
purchased at Millers. A
sales slip must accompa
'ny the dress showing
the purchase of the ma
3. Dresses may be entered
- at the store up to noon
on the 28th, Feb. 1929.
I. Only one garment in each
tclass may be entered.
Sizes include 16 year to
" largest size. ..." '
5. All garments will be
!f judged on workmanship,
. design, color scheme and
A GIRL WHO
by Control Pra A ociatWX Tj
(NOW GO OH WITH THIS STORY)
J i CHAPTER UVl
ITER -Betty had danced at
the Iron Door, for two weeks
sho became auite . friendly
with all the care-free but kindly
group of girl performers. The sol
emn-faeed jugglers drifted, on,
and one of the singers had also
exhausted her popularity; : New
people eame to replace them; Bet
ty realised her position, was only
While she received enough ap-
applause she, would be retained,
but as soon. as fickle patrons lost
Interest in her. dancing she would
have to find a new position. In
spite of efforts to forget, thh
weighed on her mind and depress
ed, her. , .
' Andy was still attentive, drop
ping in sometimes with another
man or two, but often alone. He
usually met her at the close of the
last show, to take her for a ride
before going home. Betty slowly
but surely learned the theatrical
habit of sleeping late in the
morning, and now went out little
except in the late afternoon.
She had been provident with
her money, saving most of it. Girls
at the Iron Door were given a
midnight meal between shows. In
her desire to keep her figure she
ate only this meal and her very
One night just after she danced.
Bill Paxton sent a waiter for her.
When she Joined him at the table
tfpx which he .always watched
the show and the dining room ser
vice, he said: "Guy wants to meet
you. Big politician. Tes him to
He led her across the ""dance
floor to a fat man sitting alone at
one of the tables. "Jake, this is
Miss Brown. Mr. Daubert, Betty."
"Hello. Kid!'' said Daubert.
without rising. Bettyt seated her
self resentfully. - ' " f
"Want a drink?'' he asked:
"Mr. Paxton doesn't permit us
to drink." Betty gave him the re
them, and did
not offend the men
"You Can drink with me. I can
close this place tomorrow If I want
to, and BUI Paxton knows It."
"But I " never drink anyway. I
tried, but I don't like the taste of
"Tell that to the much-advertised
Marines!" jeered Daubert.
"The only people who don't drink
are people who can't get It."
lt must be wonderful - to bs
able to get everything you want!"
"I do. I want you to drink!"
boasted the fat man.
"I wish I didn't have to refuse.
Wouldn't you like to dance?"
"No, I don't dance. I just drink.
I guess Bill didn't tell you who
I am. I'm the Inside man In city
politics In this part of town. WhenJ
I snap my fingers they all have to
"Are you an-ldrman?" asked
Betty, trying to evade the liquor
"I make and? break aldermen. I
make and break mayors, too. I
never hold office. I tell office
holders where to get off."
"I knew you must be a big
man." Betty tried to carryXout
Paxton's instructions to please
this man, although she loathed
the piggy eyes, ' peering at her
from puffed - lids,, the tier after
tier of chins rising from his col
lar and the big diamond rings on
his pudgy, hairy fingers.
"Who put you on here?" he
"Mr. Paxton hired me, if that's
what you mean."
"I know, but who got. you your
s general appearance. The
decision of the judges
shall be final.
6. Winners of dress lengths
must call and make their
selections not later than
April 1st, 1929.
7. You may enter the corfi'
test by. leaving your
EVERFAST dress, at
this store. It will be giv
en a serial number for
judging. A duplicate of
which will be given you
for identification. Dress
es should not be marked?
with maker's name. All
dresses will be returned
immediately - after vUte
- contest. Millers reserve
the right to display con
gest dresses in windows.
"Mr. Adair, an old'1 schoolmate
of mine, introduced me to " Mr.
Paxton, : ; v
"X ain't" talking of the college
klda I want to know who is be
hind you. Come cleaal r
"Why. no one Is behind me. I
doat quite understand yon. I am
hired because I dance. I suppose
I wtn lose my ' position when the
guests tiro ot toa, 'r
"Blah ! I doat like 'em when
they .talk : too much. though sis
ter. Keep Sugar Papa hid if you
want to. But if nothing but your
dancing nolds you hero, you wont
stay long. Better hook up with
some guy like m!' H -
"I hope you like my dancing.'
Betty spoke nervously She -had
heard the other girls talk, and
anticipated some unpleasantness.
"I like your dancing all right,
kid, and , I like you, too.-No girl
was ever sorry she was ! nice to
Jake Daulbert, I got a pull in this
town, I tell you!"
"It must be very wonderful. I
have to ohango my costume be
fore long, I must go to the dress
ing room now." , .
"Yon stay here till I finish talk
ing!. I got something to say to you.
Tou are not living on the money
you make here. But I like you tor
keeping your mouth shut. Nothing
to this college boy stuff! How
about you and me hooking up,
kid?" His hand under the table
pressed her knee.
"I must go!" Betty slipped out
of her chair on the side away
"Hey, wait a minute!" cried
Daubert, but Betty pretended not
to hear. She rushed breathlessly
In Portland, February 13, Ag
nes Watxling, age 48 years, 4
months and 6 days. Beloved wife
of ;hn M. Wattling, mother of
Gertrude, Harold, Edward and
Geraldlne Watzllng. Sister of
Frank, Ed, Fred and Albert La
Branch. Mrs. M. J. Morrison, Mrs.
V. V. Hagedorn and Mrs. Emma
Hicks. Funeral services will be
held Friday, February 15, at 10
a. m., from St. Joseph Catholic
church in Salem. Friends Invited.
Interment in St. Barbara Ceme
tery. Walter C. Kenworthy, di
In this city, February 14, Mrs.
Jessie Hood died at the age of 63
sears. She was the widow of C. E.
Hood, resident of Stayton, mother
of Ross Hood of Wallowa, Oregon,
and sister of Mrs. Margaret Mc
Donald of Wallowa, George Cam
eron and John Cameron. The re
mains will be forwarded by Rlg
don and Son to Wallowa for fun
eral services and Interment.
MT. CREST ABBEY
LLOYD T. RIGDOX, JInCr.
FIRST PRIZE $15.00
(And 1 Everfaat Dress Pattern)
SECOND PRIZE ,$10.00
(And 1 Everfast Dress Pattern )
THIRD PRIZE $5.00
(And 1 Everfast Dress Pattern)
Honorable Mention, First
Five, One Dress Pattern
SPECIAL PRIZES, Dress
pattern each to three best
answers, to the 'question:
TO WHAT PERIODS DO
THE COSTUMES SHOWN
IN THE ACCOMPANYING
NOTE A "Dress Pattern is
3K yards of any Everfast Ma
terial tho PRIZE WINXEBS
may select from our stocks.
to the defsslng room and sat pant
ing, waiting for her next appear
ance. She rubbed her knee vigor
ously, to raueve it or ue contam
ination of his toueh. - -
Sho was nervous when she did
her next dance. Sho had learned
the dancer's trick of shading her
eyas with her hand and, peering
across the tables.-saw him still
seated there. If he sent for 'her
again, she determined to tell Bill
Paxton what ho had proposed and
not go back. ' . ; - .. '. I
As sho hurried out of the en
trance after the 'last show, Jake
Daubert grabbed her shoulder.
She turned to avoid a scene as sev
eral people were passing. .. .
"What's the hurry?" he asked,
"It is late. I must go home." she
explained, trying to twist her
shoulder from his grasp. His hand
slipped, down, and he took a firm
grin, on her wrist Instead. -.
"I'll take you home." He point
ed at the car with a chauffeur.
which was standing at the curb.
"No. I will walk. I dont want
to ride with you." :
"You are riding with me." 'ho.
announced, pulling her toward the
Once in the big limousine. Bet
ty knew she would have no chance
with thisnan. He held her by the
left hand. She swung her light
with all the strength - in er, hit
ting him a resounding smack in
"You little hell cat!" he ex
claimed. "I'll tame you fast en
ough!" He did not release his hold
on her. but still pulled her toward
"Let me loose or I'll scream!"
cried Betty, excitedly, trying to
jerk away from him. They were
close to the car now. Betty saw a
roadster pulling in behind It. She
recognized It and cried: "Andy!
Almost before the second call
Andy was at her side. His fist hit
Daubert In the eye, and as his
head doubled back and he stagger
ed, AndyXother fist landed in the
pit of his stomach. Daubert grunt
ed and sat down on the running
board of his own car. J ,
Andy did not wait for more, as
several people had gathered. Hus
tling Betty to, his roadster, he
backed away from the limousine
and drove off. He turned the cor-
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women and children
Office 428 Oregon Bldg.
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We will be glad to go to
your place and pay the
full value. We want
Rags, Paper, MetaL Etc
820 X. Commercial St.
Saffron & Kline
The prevailing styles are easy to fashion arid with the ;
aid of Butterick and Vogue patterns one may be able to
make one's own wardrobe of wash dresses with very
little difficulty; The new prints, printed piques, twills,
suitings and dozens of other fast colored wash fabrics '
are here awaiting your choice. CONTEST BEGINS
FEB. 16th, ENDS AT NOON
ner, looking back to see if the
Other ear was coming, but Dau-
bert evidently had enough, as hlil
car had not moved. - - . i
"Oh, Andy, you were wonder
ful!" cried Betty, patting his arm."
Before he could reply she burst
into tsars and .burled her face la
his coat sleeve. ' J . ; f'
"Cry it out. and then tell me
about it, soothed Andy. - -
After sobbing a tew . minutes
Betty explained. When she men-lvj3
Uoned Daubert'a name Andy whis--.
"That big fat crook may try
to gang me for .this, but I don't
care. I 'got in a couple of good '
punches." He stopped the car on'f '
the river road and cuddled Betty v -In
his arms. She still sobbed, so he- iT"
put his hsnd under her chin and
kissed her. - r
Betty was so happy over her(f"',
rescue that she threw both ' arms 4 f H
around his neck and kissed hint' "
rapturously. Andy held her so close" '
that she was breathless but very-'r"
"I have kissed you often," sald''
Andyr pushing her away. "Bur,,1tf
that's the first time you ever kiss- '
ed me. Are you falling for me?"
"I like you better than anyone-'
In the world!" exclaimed Betty,
kissing him again. - Ai
"That's ' certainly sounds good : ,?
to me," cried Andy. "I shall make -"I1
you prove that, young lady! But -3i
I wont rush the act.as you theat-'77
rlcal people say. Kiss me pretty f"l
like that again!"
Betty kissed him, again and '
again. She clung to him both phy- . 1 "
stcally and mentally. She felt,''"l
very much alone this night, and'
Andy seemed about all there was r '
left in the world for her.
(TO BE CONTINUED.)
A late 1028 Pontine fonr
door sedan equipped with Love
Joy shock bumpers, has been
driven but a few mUes, like new
in every respect, is a snap at
"The House That Service Built"
Look! Look! Look!
Mellow" as Moonlljht
These Chocolates are ' as
sorted and some pieces run
; as high as $1 per lb.
For Saturday Only
36c for One lb. or
Two lbs. for 70c
The Original Yellow Front
133 X. Com!. St. Phone 107
, Penslar Store
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