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By Lucille Heffner
Mrs. George F. Whitaker,
of Hendersonville, is pleased
to announce the marriage of
her daughter, Ina Mae Ly-
day, to Mr. Franklin C .Jus
tus, Jr. of Hendersonville.
The couple were married on
Easter Sunday in Clayton,
Georgia. Ina Mae is employ
ed in the Pulp Mill Office
and Franklin is employed in
Spring is here—Summer is just ’round the
proverbial corner and new books are here and
new ones ’round the corner!
First we want to tell you of a rip-snortin’
western tale written by Bliss Lomax. With a
search for a long-lost mine, the disappearance of
two men and their Chinese cook and aided by a
beautiful Chinese girl—this western is sure to
please. Mr. Lomax’s action-packed yarn is entitled
THE LOST BUCKAROO.
The greatest buccaneer of all times comes to
life in another F. Van Wyck Mason milestone.
It glorifies the brilliant and bloody career of
Henry Morgan, who dreamed of sweeping the
Spanish from the Caribbean. And love wove a
bright thread in his life, in fact, many loves—
Carlotta, a rebellious Spaniard who twice de
ceived him, once attempted to kill him, yet loved
him fiercely. Then there was Mary Elizabeth who
built him a great fortune and Clarissa—in fact,
his zest for l^autiful women equalled his hatred
of the Spaniards.
Have your name placed on the waiting list
today for CUTLASS EMPIRE by F. Van Wyck
You are in a ringside seat of the most fasci
nating sports arena of all—the boxing world.