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THE GUARDIAN, APRIL 19, 1930 PAGE THREE EASTER IS EASTER. ]~," said Miss Margaret Seymour, (Continued from page 1) ] science teacher. You all you care to know.". "We will change her perspective," the letter to Miss Clare said Katherine Bailey, the clerk. the gym teacher. Clare read: "When she leaves us she will be able just a home girl, sweet and. to meet life's great issues--such as Unspoiled. She never gave talking to all the problem-minded any trouble about boys, farmers in Rock county." dances and such. Is all "Girls," said Mary Chase, "she will careers. Has 640 be here Friday, We will have a par- of her own, which she wantsty Friday night. Dance, buffet lunch. away to the Rock County Clare, you see to the decorations; Association. She resents Margaret, take care of the music; q resents early marriage, and Katherine, the flowers. I will do the to you. Mamie, do some-inviting, and Ed Foley is the first her. Ma always said you[man I will ask." folks. Why don't youl "Ed Foley," breathed Margaret this way?, The latchstring Seymour, in the exact tone she used You. Ever yours, Homer when she said her prayers. a curious complex from [m[m~mmmmmmmllmHmm[mmm may free her," said Miss the teacher of English Compliments [ i Hardware & . ust not ridicule her," said Timmings "Our mission is to lead Furniture Co. ~10nth us and she will be EL DORADO, ARK. return to the model [llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllli COpe with the heavy bur- dollar when she needs When in El Dorado Stop at Griffin Hatch Tire. President Manager Service For 9 Laundry Firestone Tires Firestone Tubes Cleaning Co. Firestone Brake Lining Firestone Batteries PhOnes 1210 and 697 The Best Made. Avenue and Cross Street Gasoline --- Oil --- Accessories EL DORADO, ARK. STORAGE---WASHING Just around corner from Randolph Hotel. COMPLIMENTS OF i Lumber and Building Material ' Everything to Build Anything" t~a~e 692 Jackson and Black EL DORADO, ARKANSAS • ICE l fllard Batteries, Goodr!ch Tires, Tubes, Accessorms EL DORADO, ARKANSAS Sell everything necessary for the building and finish- ing of the modern home. Also Derricks, Oak and Fir Rig Timbers And All OH Field Building Materials E. Main at Rock Island EL DORADO, ARKANSAS Compliments of El Dorado, Ark. "Ed Foley," said Ruthmary In- man, "Eel Foley," said Clare Hancq. "I thought I heard you mention that only in an extreme crisis; would you invite him again?" "This is a great crisis," said Miss Chase. "There's the bell," said Miss Bai- ley. "Hop to it, girls, and teach the shining nloments away." Miss Chase sat and found she could not concentrate on her next year's advertising campaign. Her thoughts were in Johnstown, Wisconsin, where she was reared; where she went bare- foot to the general store with a pail of eggs and brought back sugar, i over to Madison for a year, there- after teaching in Milton. But she was not content. Life must hold more r thafi teaching in a town of four thou- sand. She came to Chicago---to Shorewood school. Johnsrown was forgotten; the days at Milton College were dim; the crossroads school was washed com- pletely from her memory. Was she, Mary Chase, the girl who ate boiled potatoes, cabbage, pork, applesauce, doughnuts and cornbread for break- fast and pie if she had it? "It was not I." said Mary Chase. "It was beautiful country and st'art a hospi- tal--a free hospital. To do this heI realized he must have a wife. Not[ a feathery-brained girl. He preferred J ponderous thinkers like himself. A girl who knew the Civil War was fought not to free the slaves, but to hold the Union together; a girl who knew the difference between surgi- cal and sa]ad dressings; a girl who liked to putter around the house, pre- pare a tasty meal, wash the car and the curtains--be a companion to a man. Where could he locate such a girl? not wear tuxedos, but are far bet*yew throat. She was so lovely ~he hurt him and .caused his wishbone to jumlp up andd0wn. He had expeeled I gawky girl and he found Barbar~ She was his dinner partner. Eel gazed at her and talked with a da~d- in~ exhibition of eloquence--if no! coherence. Barbara calmly ate alt that was set before her and thought: I A couple of cylinders missing here. Why does Cousin Mary pick ~aeb specimens? Jack Roberts, Phil San& and Thee Winters (boys back home} may not have his social" graces, d~ not I." He went to Shorewood school knowing looking and not, so picky and finielqg A gay little party was progressing he would be bored to death, as he about what they eat. To them, fo~ conveniently in the beautiful dining had been at other parties there, but is foo~]; to be consumed hastily, thread, calico, coffee. A beautiful room of Shorewood school. It had being a born politician, he went, for heartily and happily. If they ale at s road lay between the Chase farm been changed from the original buf- he had his eye on Mary Chase to be (Continued on page 4) and Johnstown; a three-flanked road, let lunch to a dinner-dance. For the superintendent of his hospital--, aflame with golden rod, wild asters, every young lady Miss Chase had an when he got it. She was human, r~'~ sumac and black-eyed susans in the impeccable young man. Amongst tactful and she knew people; under- autumn. Violets, wild strawberries them Ed Foley. Ed's beauty was not stood poverty and suffering. It would and buttercups abounded in the Grecian. Nevertheless~ he was an never do to displease Mary, although spring, excellent young man. Just turned her parties caused him to suffer. He Compliments of Annie Carr -- Barbara Clark's twenty-six ...... son ef Paul Foley, who wasn't keen on some of her teahcers. mother--had been so brave that first was the Foley of The Foley Raw Miss Ann was peppy; Miss Margaret night away from home, at Milton Col- Rubber Company. Chances are, was cu~e; Miss Ruthmary was a doll lege. She and Mary (at that time Paul's ethical pressure would have and some fellow down state was wait- Mamie) had been room-mates. Tom burst to atoms if he could see his ing for her to come back to him. Chase drove them over in a wagon only son at this moment--the son Tonight, like a lamb led to the loaded with the necessities---even who forsook the marts of indusgry to slaughter, he entered Shorewood luxuries--of a college girl; the things study medicine, and was accounted; school.H " " , I Helena, Ark. that made college like home; bedding, the most serious-minded young dec-1 e mane severm a~tempts at[ chairs, a stove, dishes, a sack of po- tor on the staff at Graceland Gen- speech when he was presented to. Bar-. ~ -r .~ .~-~,,.-g¢-~-~- ;-~- " -,- tatoes, another of rutabagas, bread, eraT Hospital. Sopopular cofild Ed barn, but words strangled m his , butter, several jars of jam and pre- hav~ been had he chosen, that home /i~[[mlm[l[[m[[m[[m[~[~[w[~u~M serves, a pail of eggs. toW°Uldgreethayemother,meant changer° him onlYclothes,a plaCeeat-i [ [ )1' ~ --:-- ~': ..... What fun they had~ Annie did the [[HII[JJII[.II[[[[[[[[[[[][[[[[[[[[[[[[[I[H[.[[[.~ 00~>0~- cooking one week and she the next. oecasionaly, and report for family Their parents came over every other weddings and funerals. Instead, he Saturday with clean clothes and came home every afternoon at 5:30, more supplies. Finishing college, they each taught school. After a few rears Annie married and Mary went kissed his mother---if she were home --went to his den and did some heavy thinking. Ponderous thinking. His desire was to go out to the green, HATS Cleaned the Better Way. THE HAT BOX We Call for and Deliver. PHONE 261 714 Main European---Modern---Progressive t HOTEL NICHOLAS HELENA, ARK. Courtesy, Service, Hospitality 303 Cherry St. HELENA, ARK. MANAGEMENT L . F. Andrews Hotel Vandervoor~, Paragould, Ark., Wants Your Shoe Trade Same Management. ,iiilmllilllililllllllilliilllllllilllillllllillli? 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