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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 22, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                TWO THE FLAT TIRE MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 heart fluttering like a scared birdie in her breast and put weights pn her feet She leaned against the gate to steady herself And there beside her was a tall boy wearinga heavy woolen sweater despite the warm summer eveningBecause across the front of it was a was a veryspecial sweater JI 1 t Kent Johns You back from K U already Vivian found her voice in spite of the hammering or her heart Yea boy A huge hand reached out and took her smaller one in a friendly grasp Ben back two days Graduated yno Congratulations And I see you won a letter He stood every inch of his six feet two then his crisp black hair standing straight on his head like a shaggy dogs and his blue eyes sparkled their pride Thanks yeah Im sitting in a reserved seat right on top of the ole heap His eyes took in the little street Doesnt seem anytime since w were kids in school does it Viv Ian It thousand years t me Vivian sighed Cooped u here I can Imagine the time ha flown for you Ill say it has he laughed and shook her by the elbows Still the same little sadeyed 3ally sit by the fire arent you Viv He could not imagine how his words stung But before she coulc Would you advise me to hang but a advertise In the Democrat Vivian found herself amused in spite of her hurti at Kents boyish good humor Id suggest a lot of powder and paint and duds to show you off to be sure plenty of your red hair shows when you start out What am I to use for money for the duds t Oh money is nothing He flipped the idea to the breezes A lot you know about it Kent and Jt worth Hillman Johns tho third she scoffed at him With your fine family name and all your fortune He squared his broad shoulders Well dont you think I could get by without it You might you great v biggo geous football hero Kansas univer sity letter fiance of the heiress to the Jansen millions Vivian ended by calling him plumb conceited Call me what you will darling the endearment fell from his lips with nonchalant she hugged it to her heart There is one thing I can say in your ta vor anyway The man who marries you wiil be plenty sure of you all right Youd never start playing on him Im too dumb I suppose Besides not more than one man ever will give me a second look At least no one ever has He broke in on her with another laugh Just a goiJ that men forget Sometimes I wish I were that kind of a girl she told him then for the old stuff Somehow she reply he grinned at her impishly anc plunged a knife still deeper into her sore heart I prescribe marriage for you Thats what Im going to do Dovle and her mother are coming over from Paris in two me storm and struggle choked out con gratulations She knew they were engaged of cpurse But to hear Kent say his face so radl ant with happiness Vivian honest he teased ami ably marriage is the only thing for a good Jittle girt like you Why dontyou pick yourself out a nice husband She answered him then bitterly Yes Pick myself out a husband See how they hang about my door begging favor She waved an arm to indicate the crowd Yes there certainly is a crowd this evening Kent admitted laugh Ing again at her But I bet some night home cooking fellow has ypu all picked out and Is just waiting for a sign of some sort from you funny kid Viv Whats the matter with her anyway But up in her room Vivian held the hand that seemed to burn with bis light tears welled In her eyes No one had even so mucn as kissed her hand before What was to become of her anyway With her stilted to live for nothing to do The thin old voice ot Martha Matthews aroused her from her bit ter reverie She dashed the tears a wayand went to her room Whom were you talking with my long Vivian bent and straightened the covers around the thin old rheumat ic body and tried to make her volco sound natural Kent Johns He came back from K U two days ago Just happened to go by The old gray head and Miss Martha sat back with a sigh Back eh Hell be married to that Jansen flighty soon I guess Her mas been layln for him long enough Two weeks Vivian answered her briefly and switchinga light on gave the old lady her favorite magazine She could not remember when her eveningroutine hadnt been Just that Tho thin old voice of Miss Matthews calling her Administer ing to her comfort Listening to her cryptic remarks Miss Martha had never spoken crossly to her in the years that she had given her shel that was long before see SMUGGLERS ARE USING AIRPLANES French Authorities Forcec to Flan Counter Air Attack LE BOURGET May 22 Smuggling by airplane in Franc has reached a point where th French customs authorities are ob llged to consider organizinga coun terattack by airThe customs men are planning to Install a customs service of fast pursuit planes to run down hitherto illusive sraue crlafts glers Cocaine and other prescribed could remember But fceen no affection there had ivjuu uj a giij one LUJU nun cnen t L n with a little impatient shake of her v for Mrs Bailey the old irinfrer colored heart housekeeper who came in every day ginger colored head At that he roared uptll he held iris sides You Why Viv Im ashamed of you Whod ever suspect you crave eing a bad bad darn good company Vivian said with a nervous little giggle Well I dont mean quite that Then floundered miserably for vords to express herself And when he looked at her ently and closely and waited for an explanation a slow red suffused every day to do the work and left at night there was scarcely ever a sou about the place except the old In valid and the unhappy silent girl The thud of the evening paper landingon the porch gave Vivian an excuse for leaving the room She went down stairs and picking it up took it to her own room with its plain furnishings and its drab OOK which she had never tried to beau tify on the bed she the drugs laces and tobaccos are get ting into France by air without pay ing duty The smuggler has de serted the mountain valleys of the Pyrenees and the Alps and thefor ests of the north in favor of mod ern transportation The customs IB caught unprepared All planes leaving or arriving at Le Eourget must pass a customs ex amination But there la no way of catching the smuggler who takes to the air asfree as a bird and comes down In a convenient cow pasture except taking the air after Dim Sumggling of stocks and bonds by private airplanes was very com mon during the years of Frances financial crisis This was smuggling for big stakes and the customs could do nothing to check It It has since developed to other forbidden com modities including undesirable aliens Lake Mills Farmers Nearly Thru LAKE MILLS May in this vicinity are about half done with the work of corn planting If the weather continues favorable all the planting should be completed In another week and and lifting it ceremoniously to his lips Miss Matthews I sense about you an atmosphere of spinning wheels and bustles Are you or just a page from a sweet old fairy story Vivian snatched her hand from him and blushing furiously backed away quite impossible As she hurried up the walk he Quite so Fair Lady quite so Kent Johns swung down the street his face wreathed in a big broad grin Democrat But for once Bender had news She caught her breath at the large picture of Aurelia Jansen that seemed to leap out at her Then sat up and swayed as she took in the full significance of thr glaring headline that stretched called after her gleefully across the top of the usually stale3 sheet LOCAL BELLE WEDS RICH COUNT TO BE CONTINUED Feel Years Younger WhytDFoi 1 ad 2 u tbt be ot j those with tin allmen I fad Burai wedw ForFree booklet tqckyHger Rem Co Kansas Oly Mo WHYTEFOX FOR THE SKIIN W I v Not IncludingTax USSY MEN and women who ordinarily have their cigarettes made to order are finding that it has been done for them with imcanny accuracy of blend They are buying Raleigh ictarettef WILLIAMSON 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