A B Davis High School - Maroon and White Yearbook (Mount Vernon, NY)

 - Class of 1933

Page 137 of 180

 

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"Is there anything particularly queer about her?" "Why, no," answered Mrs. Magus, "she's rather good-looking, and, -oh, 'yes-, the little finger of her left hand is missing." Godfrey grabbed the telephone, called headquarters, and gave terse orders to send a detail at once to the Magus house, to watch all ferries and trains, and to search all the thieves' haunts in the city for Kate Travis- "Lady" Kate. Headquarters seemed to know perfectly whom he meant. "You won't get her," said Jemmy calmly. as Godfrey hung up the receiver. She's got a good, half hour's start." "Come along," said Godfrey roughly. MAROON AND WHITE Mrs. Magus could see that he was deeply chagrined. "Good night, Mrs. Magus. l've made a botch of this thing. I've got to catch that woman." But he hasn't caught her yet, and when Jemmy finishes his term, he probably will find his share of that fifty thousand dol- lars waiting for him. Nevertheless, the next day Mrs. Magus' sewing room was rid of that massive, roll- top desk. She locked the room and never again did she enter it, and most assuredly hired her next servant with five fingers on each hand! V1viAN A. ENELLO. Class of 1933. STORM Carrying a sqwirming puppy in her arms, little Elizabeth trudged up the dark. winding stairway to the lighthouse tur- ret. The door fell to the floor with a heavy clang as the child and her com- panion emerged from the passage into the faintly lighted tower. Accompanying the metallic grating of the lock, a peal of thunder rumbled menacingly and a flash of lighting pierced the dark bowl of the night without. Quickly, Elizabeth turned to the curved window-seat where, out of the depths of blue plush cushions, she and Toby looked upon the storm. This was her refuge: here she enjoyed security during an interlude that the elements crowded with their play. Quick drops of liquid silver spattered against, and then rolled down the leaden panes. The rushing, roaring wind sar- donically made mock of the damp land. Sparsely scattered pine trees writhed and twisted convulsively in their gritty, sandy beds. Elizabeth shivered and hugged Toby closer for comfort, while the little terrier whimpered in the deafening crashes. The NINETEEN THIRTY-THREE windows rattled under the shock: instant- ly a transitory blaze of electricity shot the sky--beautiful pieces of sky-into blind- ing daylight. The rocks, strewn with bits of driftwood, shone wet and revelled in their nakedness. Grains of stinging wet sand were whipped from their beds to meet briny spume. The ocean had transformed into myriads of churning, chaotic cesspools that ceaselessly swirled around lost pieces of wreckage. Ebony waves dashed white. showering foam upon rugged rock altars. The barren, windswept, ever shifting dunes resembled strange fantasies beneath the display. Elizabeth thrilled to the storm-call, flat- tening a cold nose to the barring glass. The wind was abating now and plain- tively sobbing night-songs, while dark- ness, the accompaniment, pressed closer to its world. Soon only the vigilant beam of the lighthouse beacon was visible to the little girl and her dog. IMOGEN BOWERS GROESCHEL. Class of 1933. Page One Hundred and Thirty-Ihre

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