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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - January 5, 1933, Delta, PennsylvaniaSour Delta Herald times thursday january 5, 1933 f of to. Gent Agen i a to amours of the exotic adventuress adapted from picture b4 Karen Brown by with what has happened so fas j i Mata Hari famous dancer and enemy spy undertakes to get some papers from her Lover shut a attache of the russian embassy in Paris. But Shubin has teen unnerved by a visit from Dubots head the French secret service and re to discuss them. When she learns that the papers Are in the Pys version of a Young aviator Alexander irs Sanol who is infatuated with her goes to his rooms informing her confederates on the Way. She induces my to put out an the lights. Now co in with the Story i in the dark in the gleam of the lamplight her face looking up at him. The slender column of her Throat on8 shoulder from which the velvet had slipped Ware As if modelled after a greek Statuette but warmly like a i Marble with the glow of life breathed into it. All this Rosario st worshipped with tils eyes for the Lovely work of Art 11 was at the same time that he went Blank with astonishment at her request. Chapter Vii what they could not find it for them Velvea if they looked around but usual when they had so Little time and were obliged to work with such stealth every bit of Aid she could give them was precious. After her eyes had be come accustomed to the darkness she glued them to the not quite shut bedroom door trusting that some Sig Nal would be Given that she might heed or that her keen ears might catch some slight noise the Click of a Latch perhaps. Cent the whisper of Ros nofts voice. Murmuring endearments in the dark Ness. How she would have liked to ask him to be quiet i at length she had to take the Chance of taking it for granted that men had arrived and making them understand. In a Clear voice As loud As sue dared she called out. I left my cigarette Case Little the other room. No never mind one of yours will her Reward took the form of a faint ring of Light within the crack of the door a flashlight she guessed. It lingered for a couple of seconds. And in that Brief interim Mata Hari truly realized How swiftly yet with what intense slowness time could pass. It was not that the dancer was in the least afraid. On the contrary she had never been aroused to such a pitch of exquisite tingling aliveness in which every nerve in her body seemed to Emit a spark of Energy but All sorts of ideas had the time to Wing through her mind quite slowly and Force fully without hurrying in the least. Suppose Rosanoff should be attracted by the suggestion of Light too. In spite of her care suppose she was unable to prevent him from investigating. Would he kill her. Defend her or betray her not betray her. Of that she Felt certain. She could not be Lieve that any Man who had been in d e t her Sway could Ever bring himself to do her an injury none Ever had not Long French cer. Whom she Nad beguiled into working with her. Had been caught in h 1 treachery and court Zoar ten Ali a. A a 11 t n had been u left in turn other query that was not quite so it s almost too wonderful to the danger gave Low laugh drowsy almost tender. I m very real see the two Points of Light moved nearer and in a Little while describes similar arcs As they were cast aside on the tray. The next morning. Mata Hari was the first to Rise. It was just past Dawn when she got up to remove the ringing Telephone instrument from its stand and thus to still it. She guessed that Rosanoff s instructions were already on the Way and tins might be a Means of delaying them. During the night Adriana s would have been Busy photographing the documents decoding Tham. Copy ing the most important her work was done Shubin s defection was a. Pity in a Way because if tit could not be cajoled out of his resold of course their quarrel last night had not this she would have to find some other Means of getting the informatics with which he had been Able to pro vide her on the other Hanck Sha could not regret his change of heart. To get the papers unknown to Rosanoff had proved a much Moro thrilling episode than to have them passed Over to her by Shubin. She see whether they been returned As she stepped into the living room she met face to face the Man who had been in the act of replacing the portfolio by the Ness of his lips his eyes the Jerk had made just before he realized t was she. She knew that his hand win on the gun in his pocket. If it has been Rosanoff he passed her a slip on which Matt Hari read at nine the lamp. Chian fat Orlevie. Elysee in Adriana s handwriting she nodded and returned it and of the Man s exit began to dress Watt great dispatch. She Felt sleepy Hun Gry and a brushed dear me it Wai a pity the Young Man had t an Toothbrush an Ikon but no Ewi toothbrushes and then about that Ikon the Madonna s White face stared at humbly from the Wall he Hod h t silly eternal lamp but she was without her own superstitions Ana remembering some of a Buddhas that she always kept is Het apartment and b javanese Inyl i that she whispered to a prom she did her dance and others of i same was seized compunction. It was t the Cut wanted to have anything iss per. The Young russian she the Slit. I should t Huv h or. Put that lamp no fist necessary. In turning from Mirror after pulling tier can firmly Over her new s table and met tobacco Jar ing to the floor Stop could Tai Irdle contain cry tuck Afun thu j i st Horai but no poof Sevli i through t All. Arm no limit to Ilea he i matched his own. Won t do that for i the yes. Put it urged the Jancer the Light showed Pale on his face he Shook Bis Bend. Don t you understand it s a holy lamp i swore to keep it the understanding that the act would be really dreadful to him. That i be would expect certain punishment to follow made her. If anything. Firmer. With an amazement that she inquired. You won t do that for but cried Rosanoff. What can the lamp matter Why do you Ink me to this she replied inflexibly to Kee if you love me As you say be fore Honor before god i do. Then put it she said in a Gofter tone. He gave an anguished groan. Mata Hari almost regretted having started the stupid Duel. Particularly As time was so Short the men must be wait ing impatiently in the cold or even worse they might be on their Way up. She did Hope that they would Nave sense enough to listen for voices before they made an att erupt on the door. But he Besought her again. Torn Between her anxiety to get the undertaking under Way and her need to add another Victory to her score Ber voice came Forth As a Long drawn Olgh. It sounded to Rosanoff like a of passion wrung from her. I want to be but i la do anything i m said the dancer with a quite unaffected finality for Ehe did not dream that he would relinquish her. And. Indeed after an instant in a tort of terror he murmured a prayer and blew out the flame she let him carry her into the bedroom. Her one thought How to find a f to advise her confederates Oto the portfolio. But was exerting every Effort. But Mata Hari stood firm in her assurances that the Man would not say a word to harm her. Sure was Correct. The officer died without speaking. Rosanoff would never betray her. Defend her. Perhaps she believed the mad russian might do so and then shoot himself for having endangered his country by his infatuation. No. She believed that he would kill her and then himself. In any Case he would surely kill himself in the horror and agony of his Dos Lulu Sion. She would not blame him if he killed her. This took Only a few instants and then the Flash went out and she heard the slightest of sounds which con firmed her impression that the men were going had gone. The Point of her cigarette was like a tiny red Eye afloat in the blackness and Rosanoff s. Beside it made a twin glow that bobbed up and Down with the motion of his lips. The poor Young russian had been making plans to which she had doubtless re plied after a fashion for he seemed to have got her consent. Well be rather poor for a Long while but some Day i shall inherit All my Uncle has arid then Well be quite the darkness hid her smile As she replied Don t you think Darling we might wait until the War is Don t. I can t have you go ing about All sorts of other men. You must see what plan had she agreed to. Exactly she was sure she had it the slightest idea. Of course. I see she said a trifle dryly. You Darling 1 i can t believe you Are really Here beside me in my own you Are really going to belong to me forever so she had promised to belong to him forever. Well that wag quite a customary Promise and nothing at which to demur Only she had the feeling that somewhere in few minutes had pump she had Trade an abstract cd reply to forehead. It was a touching she reflected with some irony yet with the pity a sleeping person deaf to All harm and to defend himself engenders ing meant to make her escape we b All possible no Farewell. Took the time to write two or notes before she found one that we Graceful enough it is morning new and i have come to my senses i we not see you no. That she destroyed because it was so brutal. No More harshness like that of ter Day after All she would never him again and he had done her favor if he did not know it. When she at least took her Depar Ture she left one line behind the shortest roads Are the sweetest and another came Bacic from the door to relight the lamp. The fresh Early morning air wont her up thoroughly it was Dell Clouti to be alive pleasant to have the consciousness of a difficult Job Well per formed. At her House she had her breakfast and changed her and on the stroke of nine was driving in her car along the Elysee. Adriana affected not to notice until she had called to him several times and then to be surprised. In deed they chatted he on the curb from her car. So that anyone could hear them. How do you happen to be Here so Early in the morning my a rehearsal. No one thinks i Ever work but i do. I am plan Ning some new meanwhile they were watching to see if any one had taken notice of them. There were not a great Many passersby on the Avenue at this hour. An officer turned to stare at the Well known face of Mata Hari. But there was nothing to fear from him he was Only cur ious. Sylvania 4-h club and vocational school boys and girls. The states represented by entries Are Minnesota Missouri Ohio in Diana Florida Georgia Virginia Maine Maryland Connecticut new York new Jersey Wisconsin and Pennsylvania. The National Partridge Wyandotte meet the District meet of the Silver Wyandotte club and the state Rhode i Island red meet will be features of the exposition this year. In the baby Chick Section a. New department of the farm show thirty seven exhibitors have made entries totalling 925 Chicks of three different Breeds. Additional farm show attractions for poultry men will be the annual meeting of the Pennsylvania state poultry association northeastern poultry Council meeting and the numerous commercial exhibits repro recent Union school House. Work there training the Young folks there was held also the Union Sun in some of the knowledge and prac Day school Rev. Or. Colbourn j Tice of this a pleasant and essential . In a sort of part of the worship divine. In this Way a beginning of ascension p. E. We know his work lives after him. Church. Does he now hear the music of the the Gude wife and the Pencil push spheres or does he hear the love or went out to new year s dinner notes the Green Blades sing to one we took it with her sister miss Mary j j Thompson who honoured the scribe for the Day by eating her dinner with the first time for months that she has been Able to he with them. We had an old time English Plum the Irish in us enjoyed it. Anyway we had Irish potatoes and Chicken for the preacher in us Well it was an Occa Sion to be remembered and we Hope to be eating All the year i. E. When eating time comes. By the Way old Man Gobbler did t seem very popular Here for Holiday fare. Chicken Duck or Guin setting various phases of the poultry j seemed nearer the Industry. M i m my 1 1 1 i ii Mil i i 11 Mill Green musings by Charles Mcfadden i i i 1 1 i 1 m i 1 i 1 i i Pearle Carr s family have been ill with Lagrippe and mrs. Carr has the pleurisy As Well. But they All seem to be on the Road to recovery. Other families near Scarboro in the same fix Are the William h. Days and the Clarence huffs or. Huff still wrestling at this writing with the Stealthy germs. And j. Emory Thompson and son Kemper Are housed and be fast that they May give themselves a Chance against this disease that so quickly Lowers one s tone. Melvin Scarboro one of our local merchants too has joined the ranks of Grippe s victims. And mrs. E. W. Hench worn out with nursing fell a. Ready victim to the unseen enemy and was Down stairs monday for the first time. Her son John and family of hollow Rock to stay this week with her. Miss Esther Hench of Baltimore left on monday for that place after several Days of belated Holiday visit with her Mother. Mrs. Elizabeth Huff is slowly re covering from the prevalent disease Merton Orr of Dublin Village who has been ill for quite a while is quite seriously so at present. On thurs Day or Friday of this week there is to e a neighbourly Wood chopping form another neighbor name in Nown to the deponent we Are sorry say having donated the Wood one stump. This is a pleasant bit of news to record for he has already pent for fuel so far this Winter hat with a doctor attending every a is a sick Man to do in these de show with entries will be of of nationwide interest newspaper smashing All previous records by than 500 entries the poultry Juch Ibitson to be held in connection the seventeenth annual Penn Sylvania farm show in Harrisburg january 16-20, will be one of the largest Winter exhibits of its kind Ever held in America according to John h. Light show director. All but four of the 168 different varieties of chickens turkeys ducks and geese listed in the american Standard of perfection will be see in this show. Three Hundred an sixty exhibitors from fourteen state and Canada have entered Large Type chickens 754 bantams 19 ducks 73 geese and 150 Turkey. Four Hundred and Twenty six entire of chickens have been made by Penn rest times Lawrence Lockhart and family loved from the Hugh e. Jones farm the farm of mrs. Mauzy adjoining o farm the coming year. We Are lad to keep this sex Soldier and sex Anty in our midst. The r. L. Quants moved Decem or 30, into their new Bungalow built ear the site of the old not the More purse and were plenty and cheap. You can t raise chickens for 7 cts a lb., no Sah be just can to unless be raise pm when Ripe from some one else s Chicken Roost. New year s Day is still a Day when Mere Man lords it Over the female of the species. For on that Day her nose is out of joint if it is a first caller. Another chapter in the history of the beloved Green came to a close with the death at his Home in the Vale of Green Cote and beside the White Way on the morn of Decem Ber 20, 1932, Edward Hench. He was born in Baltimore March 10, 1854, the son of Frederick William and Sarah Andrews Hench. His Grandfather a von Hench was a native of Germany. Probably his grandmother too but she was enough of an american to have at tended the Lafayette Ball there at the beginning of his visit in 1824. F. W. Hench died in 1865. Our subject spent some time with his aunt a mrs. Williams a new chapter to me then with the Allen Sisters near Emory Church and their father the worthy old Billie Allen. Later he joined the wheel Wright establishment in lower deep run Vale of David Rey nolds sr., which by the Way was As famous in a. Local Way As its probable the Conestoga Wagon shop East of the Susque. Or. Hench later returned to his Mother in Baltimore but Fate Drew him to Boston where he met the present mrs. Hench of scotch ancestry but a native of Cape Breton Kova Scotia. A Lover of music he eventually studied it. And the year 1898 found him in the Vales and Hills of Prospect Mill Green and Scarboro carrying his portfolio As a teacher of music. Meeting with Success and the Green coming Back into his heart to stay he sent for his family who lived a year and a half at the Simon Brown Beason mrs. Haughay place when they bought the place adjoin ing and have lived there Ever since. Or. Hench acted As organist when occasion required in the churches round about especially it. Vernon and in the holiness Tabernacle at the Mouth of the holy Rock Brook on Broad Creek. Later ascension p. E. Church depended entirely on him for several years and he did Good another in the Fields beyond the swelling flood while the Green Pencil colors it All gleefully unnumbered by the halting dullness of mortal fingers. But writing into. Knowledge of the facts of his earlier life we feel an extra bit of sadness when we think How he might have Given us an insight into those times and personalities of Mill Green and of that Are near enough to tickle our desire to know More of them. Joseph w. Cunning Ham Frank Davis e. W. How much they might have told us at just the right time. But that time was after they were gone from us or else they were too ill to be both ered. But we Don t feel Down trodden entirely. We like the old roman emperor must pay As much for the three books of the Sybil As the nine would have Cost a heart single to the message tapped off to us. And anyway we wonder if Rome Ever really had a Chance at the other six books that were Burnt. Things Are always what they seem and there s Many a troublesome if to be encountered in life. But the Green Pencil bids us re member that the Lark s nest is upon the Earth. Or. Bench s funeral was held from Dublin Church on Decem Ber 22, interment being in Baltimore cemetery Baltimore. An interesting fact is that on digging the grave the coffin of his father buried in 1865 was struck a solid mahogany one apparently As sound As Ever. The officiating minister was Rev. Wierer of North Harford circuit assisted by the Rev j. Glenn Gould of the Nazarene Church Baltimore. Pallbearers were neighbors Jacob Snavely Nelson Mccain Edward Thompson James Edward Huff. Fred Scarborough and Frank Rockey. He is survived by his widow mrs. Jessie Hench by six sons Andrews of Jeanie s run Fred and. Nelson of Balti More John and Augustus of hollow Rock and Robert at Home. Also one daughter miss Esther Hench. His Apple Trees will they miss him the White Way can t take time with the a Ayers Rush ing by so fast. But if the hairs of our Heads Are numbered surely the Blades of grass on the human Green Are somewhere the record is kept. And the essential tone of our Friend s can Tell where the Ripples from it will Stop not Only in dimensional space but in the spirit a fancy strikes us. The Green Coats worn Here 240 years Agone in. And through the Forest were a camouflage. Do not some of the fairies have the same camouflage. And to poets Are Given the sight in fancy if perchance not in fact to see through such camouflages. And if or. Hench s. Heart was really Green As so much of his life s association seems to Sug As most All we can learn of the after life is that the first stages continued on Page eight Complete your Home laundry real Tecc clean Serpe Jetse. The amount Moat families each month covers the payments on appliances Liberty with Auto Matic electric Drain pump does away with All hand draining and bucket carrying. Fills or tub in three minutes. Full sized. All porcelain slightly More on budget plan 18 months to pay. Down ironej1 new Irons every thing from shirts to sheets. Little or no Effort required. Just a touch of the Finger or controls it. You la Marvel at it i slightly More on budget plan 18 months to pay. Down see us or your electrical dealer Southern Penna. Power company Delta Penna. Newspaper
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