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98 EASTERN ECHO
QContinued from page 525
Lady Van Dyke fell much in love with this drea-my-eyed girl and
was so pleased with her painting that the news spread and ,loan ifound
herself in the midst of a great deal of work.
Soft strains of music came from a corner of the room, while joan
-painted the landscape on her easel with quick skilful strokes. The
fire crackfled and the p-urr of a cat was heard from the mat at her
feet. Suddenly the music ceased, and Tony arose.
"I can't stand it any longer, joan. You're working yourselfito death
here. For the last time, will you marry me?"
"Oh, Tony, why will you persist? You -know I love you as a
fr-iend, but, I cannot marry you. I -donft want to marry, Tony. I
want to live for a career, a career and be famous."
A silenlce fell.
"joan," came Tony's voice full of emotion and passion, "joan, look
at me, tell me the truth, is there another man?" bloanls flushed face
and downcast eyes told the te-ll-tale story. Tony strode angrily ourt
uf the room-even puss sprang quickly out of his way.
In the centre of the magnificent gardens of Le Cha-teau, the summer
home of Lady Van Dyke, was loan fully restored to health, reclining
under the trees waltching the wonde-rs of nature. Soft steps were
'heard and Lady Ann, as .loan now called her, came towards her. "I
have good news for you dear. VVe are all going on a picnic to Aberga-
benv. There are the fine old r-urins of an old castle -there, and it may
give you thought for another picturefl Le Chateau, Lady Ann's sum-
mer home, was situated in South Wztles in the qua-int little village of
During the picnic joan, weary of the noisy chatter of people,
started off for a wallk. Upon turning around a bend in the road she
suddenly saw the quaintest, little cottage. "Ohl" was all s'he coul-d
say. "That's my ideal. I must put it on canvas." The cottage was
white, with green shutters, a thatch roof and roses climbing over it.
The garden was a mass of old-fashioned flowers. "Yes, there is a
'for sale' signf' said Ioan, "so I know they won't mind me painting it."
Early the next .mornin-g Ioan set out with her art equipment and
her own roadster given to ther by Lady Ann. S'he stopped the car
and r-an lightly up the garden path. Ioan stoppe-d suddenly, for rig-ht
in the midst of the garden was an artist, painting the -cottage. She
rubbed her eyes. Now she was not mistaken. They were the same
broad shoulders and the same dark curls of her unknown friend. On
hearing her footsteps, he turned. After a few minutes' silence his face
broke out infto a friendly smile. "Wlhy you are the young lady of
the Art Shop, back in London." .Ioan ilearned that his name was Roy
Roberts and that the young lady and little boy were not his wife and
son, but his sister and her child.
A few days later the "for sale" card was removed and many times
after two artists were seen painting their ideal in the garden of old-
-Doris Hill, 3Sl, 211.
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100 EASTERN ECHO
The radio, we once believed, was a very useful thing,
But all we hear now-a-days is some dumb crooner sing.
To hear, twenty words, no more no less,
Chase and Sanborn's, you get it fresh.
Wlieii I hear about Pepsodent and "twice a day"
My hair is certainly getting gray. Do I get a jar
Wlieii I hear Bing Crosby and his five-cent cigar?
You'll try Shirriffls Jellies, I hope,
And don't forget 'bout Palmolive Soap.
Use Silverwood's at every feast,
Don't dare forget Fleischman's Yeast.
To all these birds I just cannot listen,
This is the Columbia Broadcasting System.
For Sale- ,
Bulldog. Very refined, will eat anything, very fond of children.
Om' Rea' Tic. Slightly stretched, but will sell at big sacrifice. Apply
Room 201, E,H,S,C,
Lost and Found-
Lost-Onc Good Imokkcvjiilzg Sci. Finder please keep.-M. Finbow.
1. Lost-The Nickel I loaned Jlforris Zlfillcr. Also the car-ticket I owe
Must have worlc. Destitute, starving! Salary, S100 per week. Call
Bill Rogers, SB.
Waiited-A position as pick-slinger. Will work for experience.
Apply-Anyone in 3B.
A TOAST TO THE LADIES OF ROOM 300
VVho scream and screech when they get their coats?
THE GIRLS, oh men, THE GIRLS.
Wfho laugh at all the teachers' jokes?
THE GIRLS, my men, THE GIRLS.
VVho scramble for pencils, and shoes and goloshes?
VV ho laugh with delight when our fedoras one squashes?
THE GIRLS, oh men, THE GIRLS.
There is one member will remove all doubt,
Oh boy! You should hear that girlie shout.
To act like a lady, it seems none can learn her,
Of course, I mean little Miss Bernice ....
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Mr. Grayh"Say, Lunney, doesn't rugby interfere with your studies ?"
Lunney-"No, sir, studies interfere with my rugbyfy .
Miss Flink-"Are you going to that dance ?,'
Kerger-"Is it formal, or do I wear my own clothes ?"
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