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Hetauwa thra UNITED ABI3S1B
What Bu Gorta Baron:
Jlddie JPfofe, ovmer a cleai-
a oHsye town, i the butt 0
an the etudentf practical Joke.
Onttr Butch Carton, one of the
etudente, with mart brawn than
brain, hat faith in BddU. Eddie
ft eecrstly to love with Joyce
Lennox, might chtb entertainer,
and determined to get mw
where to t world. To thie end,
he subscribes to a correepond
enoe cowrie on how to become
ttrong and fearU and a leader
of mm. Meanwhile, Butch Car
ton' mother, owner of an
amusement park, to having
trouble with elot machine racke
MASTER OF MEN
Thanks to Eddie Fink's Ingenui
ty end the confusion of the profes
sors, Butch Carson finally won the
coveted sheepskin. His mother and
Claribel came to the commence
ment exercises. Claribel was dis
posed to be facetious about Butch's
stalled in his office as manager of
Dreamland Park, but in a daxe be
cause of trip he bad taken to
New York with Butch to celebrate
his new position. There they had
rone to the Club Udo where Joyce
Lennox was entertaining. JQddie
was still numb v from his experi
ence of having seen Joyce.
. Claribel, Installed as bis aeere
tary, earns Into the office to take
notes. Eddie, wakuur from his
reverie struck a managerial pose.
' "As I was aavlnr" he said. man-
aging an smusumest park is . . . "
Claribel Interrupted: Too gonna
tell me Claribel Higg who was
bora under a scenle raUwav: ma
that eat my teeth on a brass rinc
from a merry-go-round! Mister
my family have bean concession
aires since Coney Island was a wig
wam; Now, go ahead MI me some
thing!" This is neither the time nor the
place for speeches. I have work to
do, a task to perform!" said Eddie,
And he began to busy himself
with articles on the desk, picking
up several and laying them down,
taking the telephone off the hook
and replacing it and finally picking
up a pencil and looking at it.
"Say, what am I supposed to do
"The first thing." said Claribel.
"is where do you want Mr. Har-
"He's etOl a tailor," Claribel exclaimed.
"You'd better beat it with that
diploma," she said, "before they dis
cover it's all a mistake."
"Wait," Butch said. You got to
meet Eddie. If it weren't for him
I'd still be a freshman. He knows
what ifs all about He's got
At this point Eddie entered the
shop loaded down with clothes for
pressing. On his head were stacked
half a dozen hats. Butch introduced
him to Ma Carson and Claribel. Ma
Carson was disappointed, but de
termined to be polite. Claribel was
disappointed and made no effort to
"Well " Sftid Ma ronnn'i "T'ri .1.
ways glad to meet any friend of
Claribal nmllpri- "T'm lmn
to say goodbye to any friend of
Tho vomen prepared to leave
taking: Butch with them. At the
floor, However, Butch euddenly re-
Y.:'..:l - f A- , . .... .
'i a mmuie, ne saia. listen,
Eddie. What am I going to do? Ma
warn me 10 manage .Dreamland
I can't do it."
"Can't?" said Eddie. "Are you a
man? He took his coin from his
pocket and flipped it. "Yes! Then
have nn four! R flrmt Ri hnirii
Have confidence in yourself! Never
retreat always attack! Alter you
have memorized this thoroughly,
10 coapier Me caugnt nim
eelf, cleared his throat and struck
up a pose. Act act ACT!
Ma Curium WOM 4mnrAnMi1
"Phlneas. my husband, used to
talk like that" ah M thni,ri.
fully, "and Phlneas was a howling
Claribel was skeptical, but Ma
varson saw in iuadle the man of
iron sne needed to run her amuse
ment park. Over Claribel's protes
tations, she said to Eddie:
"Young man, the job is yours."
And silencing Eddie's feeble objec
tions, Ma Carson turned to Butch:
"You help Eddie pack, III be ex
pecting you both at the park to
morrow. But Butch euddenly remembered
. "Gee, Ma, I sort of promised n
feller I'd go with him on a boat
trip around the world."
"What?" said Ma Carson startled
Its a sort of a cruiae," Butch
. Well, tell the man you're fer
ry," said Ma Carson. And she left
determinedly with Claribel.
A few day later found Eddie in-
rigan's wreath sent?"
7,Who's Mr. Harrlgan?" asked
Mr. Harrlgan, he learned, had
been manager of Dreamland before
him; so had Mr. L. Johnson, Mr.
M. Peters, and Mr. C. Reilly.
"Wfaa What happened to them?"
said Eddie nervously.
Nobody ever found out," said
The clue as to what had happen
ed to the other managers came to
Eddie earlier thnn h Vi-q h ..muioj
Into his office that same day walked
four villainous looking "mugs."
"My name's Copple," said the
leader. -This is Mr. Marsh. Mr.
Selby. And this is Mr. Thrust, in
charge of sales resistance. I
talked with Mr. Harrlgan Just be
fore his unfortunate accident You
see, our company is going to put a
number of amusement machines In
the park to educate the great Amer
At this point Claribel entered and
handed Eddie a note. It read:
THESE MUGS ARE CROOKS.
TELL THEM NO!
A Tight Spot
Here's the contract Mr. Pink"
Said Mr (IrnnnlA R,,f ITJJi.
rerring to his man and mouse book
for freah mitmo-n .af,i.. . ,
The men advanced upon him omi-
uMuaiy. v-iariDei supped behind him
and nut a mm Intr, lila nn.i.
'!?J eonn& get tough. Everybody
out! See!" cried Eddy. "Get out!"
uku rexueea to move and
eXChaniFMl alfmlAoan ij
- " -o . w.ifcl Oiauuo,
die voice lost its conviction.
nonest, you a all better go."
Marsh reaha1 t.u i , x
" V. njg UIDIUQ
gocket as if to pull a gun. But
laribel's hand went into the side
DOCket of Eddia'a oA
was the crack of a pistol. A burst
buiuks came out or a gaping
hole in Eddie's pocket Coppie'S
Marsh in the eye. Eddie convul
sively clutched the desk for sup
i he gangsters retreated.
Ma Carann wftk Aam..
. " MMMO VU wo
scene in time to witness the rout-
In a rf tUm maIvaa-. .1 1
.-vMSMviB. uiraw nor
arms mmtnA vum. ii . . ,
"AnA tt.l-1, v.
tailor," she said.
But IBrlrilji a1ra4, h.j vi. 1
off, and was sitting cross legged on
? " wesa paicmng up the
hole in his coat '
"TT' .4111 t.n n ... ,
fro be continued)
Town of Hertford,
CAR FOR SALE FOR REPAIR
bill Saturday, May 30, 1936, 12
o'clock M. One Chevrolet Touring
Car, Serial No. 9K24478, Motor No.
- 1802757. Hollowell Chevrolet Co.,
Hertford, N. C. May8,15,22,29c.
, At ft regular meeting of the Board
of ; Commiesioners of the Town of
Hertford. North. Carolina, ponvonad
, ' at the Town Ofilce, the regular
place of meeting, at Eight P. M.,
, Monday, May 11th, 1936, present and
. presiding H. Gr Winslow,' Mayor, and
fnmmiauinnoraj A.! W . "Hofrcn C. a
' " Commissioner A. W. Heir en Jntro-
ing the issuance of Bonds of the
Town of Hertford, and the same was
read: k "
Order Authorizing (15,000 - Bonds
for Refunding- Street Improvement
Bonds of the
Be it resolved and ordered by the
tsoara or commissioners of the Town
of Hertford, North Carolina
1. That Bonds of the Town of
Hertford, North Carolina be issued
pursuant to the Municipal Finance
Act, as amended, in an amount not
exceeding $15,000 for the purpose of
refunding a like amount of principal
of valid subsisting indebtedness of
the Town, which indebtedness was in
curred prior to July 1, 1933 for
street Improvements, in said Town
and is evidenced by the following
6 Street Improvement Bonds, dat
ed January 1st, 1920, and maturing
$3000 January 1st, 1935, $6000 Janu
ary 1st, 1936 and $6000 January
"t, 1937 .,, ,
2. That a tax sufficient to pay the
principal and interest of the bondB
when due shall - be annually levied
and collected.. ' " :
f That a statement of the Town
debt has been filed with the" Clerk
and is; open to inspection to the
4. . That this order shall take ef-
feet from its passage and ,shall not
oe submitted to the voters.
The Board t thereupon designated
W, G. Newby, Clerk,, as , the officer
whose duty it should be to file the
statement of debt and assessed val
uation required ' by the Municipal
finance Act to be filed before the
final passage of the Bond Order this
day introduced.' . ; -Thereupon
W. G. Newby, Qork
filed in the presence of the Board
the statement of debt and' assessed
valuation as required by the Munici
pai finance Act.
The order authorizing $15,000
bonds was passed on its first read
ing . - , '
ihereupon the Board fixed June
8th, 1936, at 8 P. M., as the hour
and date for public hearinir as re
quired by tne Municipal Finance Act,
and directed the Clerk to publish the
Bond Order which .has been intro
duced this day, together - with the
appended note - as required by the
Municipal f inance Act. in The Per
quimans Weekly, not later than the
luth day before the date so fixed.
. NOTE '
The foregoing order has been in
troduced and a sworn-statement has
been filed under the Municipal Fi
nance Act showing the. assessed val
uation of the Town to be $1,037,733
and the net debt for other than
school purposes, including the pro
posed bond issue to be $163300.
A tax will be levied for the payment
of the proposed bonds and interest,
if the same shall be issued. Any
citizen or tax payer may protest
against the issuance of such bonds
at a meeting of the Board of Town
Commissioners to be ;held on Monday,
June 8th, 1936 at 8 P.- M, or an ad
journed meeting thereof, at the
regular place of meeting at the Town
W. G. NEWBY, Clerk.
By virtue of authority conferred
upon the undersigned trustee by a
certain deed of trust executed by
Leroy Smith and wife, Priscilla
Smith, dated April 11th, 1933, which
deed of trust is recorded in Book
No. 18, page 429, office of Register
of Deeds, Perquimans County, North
Carolina, default having been made
in the payment of note secured by
said deed of trust, and at request of
the holder of the note, I will on
Friday, June 12th, 1936, at 12
o'clock noon, at the Courthouse door
in Hertford, N. C, offer for sale at j
public auction to the highest bidder,
for cash, the following described
tract of land:
Located in Belvidere Township,
Perquimans County, N. C, and
bounded and described as follows:
Six and one-half (6) acres of
land on the south, side of Nicanor
road about 400 yards from said road
and bounded on the . north by the
Lydia Kirby land, on the south by
Will StalUngs, On the west by W. E.
Smith and on the east by the lands
of Asa Stallings, and being known
as the Rosetta Smith Old Home
This deed of trust also includes
any timber on the above lands.
Dated and posted this the 9th day
of May, 1936. '
W. M., HOLLOWELL, Trustee,
Mayl5,22,29June5 - w
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
Having qualified as Administrator
with Will Annexed of the estate of
J. F. White, deceased, late of Perqui
mans County, North Carolina, this is
to notify all persons having claims
against the estate of said deceased
to exhibit-them, to ; the undersigned
at Sunbury, N.'C; on or before the
2nd day of May, 1937, or this notice
will be pleaded in bar of their recov
ery. All persons indebted to said
estate will please " make immediate
This 2nd day of May, 1936.
B. L. WHITE,
Administrator of J. F. White, De
The dust storms have given the Sun
day school teachers a splendid subject
iwlth which to impress their young pu
pils. A Texas teacher recently said to
her class that the whole human race
was made of dust but of course there
was something which had to be added
besides the dust
"Yes," piped up one little, boy.
made a man out of dirt and be looked
all right But I couldn't put the wig
gle Into lum." Pathfinder Magazine.
- NOTICE OF ADJIINISTRATION ,
- Having qualified as Administrators
of the estate of Alphino Pasco White
deceased, late of Perquimans County,
North Carolina,' this is to notify all
persons having claims against the es
tate of said deceased to exhibit them
to the .undersigned at HerfrfordNon or
before the 11th day of April, 1937,
of this notice will be pleaded in bar
of their recovery. 'All .persons in-i
debted to said estate will please make
immediate payment i
This 11th day of April) 1936. --
J. L.. WHITE,
3- 0." WHITE, Jr.
' J.JA.' WHITE
' , Administrators.''
1 HOUSE AND LOT
,1 . J.
I wish, to sell the house and lot
now occupied by me as a home od
the comervof Grubb" Street . and
Pennsylvania' Avenue in; the Town
of - Hertford. Terms may be ar
ranged.' ' v
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r rruiiaxies vw ounv o. i our vote anu yuui-
I'suppbrt will begreatly appreciated.
J, Emmett Window
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