The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 10, 1951 · Page 11
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, APKTL IS, 1951 «,rnreYTu,B, (ARK.) cotmn™ raws Our Boarding House with Maj. Hoople OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams XJCEDS RewiMD-^ He RCALLY GA\ OFF SPARKS JW . ON ypUK TRIAL XXI SHOULD GET ALL TH' PRACTICE 1CXJ CAM, SO >OO K> TK FIRIW AN' I'LL TENPTK VWTER- we GOTO CRESTLIME BUT ArAl.U/»vNCE.' BORM THIRTY VEARS TOO SOOM Johnny made poor grades at school. And often had to sneeze, Now, he's eating Meyer's Bread, His grades are A's and B'&\ The Gold Mannequin By Myles Connolly COPYRIGHT 1951 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. lK S'l'OHl > I'ijM Rr*»r, k rrlp- PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Guaranteed Hesl Prices Kirby Druq Stores HITTING THE NAIL ON THE HEAD... Shoe Repair Saves Money HflLTCRS IQURLITY SHOC SHO. I 121 W. MAIN ST. . itfk la >r*i Vnrk fa torprlar KnlMn4. n fcramlfnl Mnrirl. t* hnlt ovrnrr «r |hr ib«>». •». lerf Tfn* I* b4-[(rrr *hr for lilM •• • m«ih»d »l nx hln* t r <• » t r kraaill*! » ActMnlly Jr*n I-M«T> «nik- huui I'Jm. !• %••*• Vrtrk I Im Tim Afndn * nritr to ,J*n« rind. • • * ' XXI r IMIE bellboy, Jtggcr, astounded thai the interloper from Hie sidewalk should know this beautiful creature, slootl pap-eyed a few feet" behind Tim Reese and Jean Roland. Tim reached for his canes, moved Lo get up. Jean did not lake her eyes ofl him. "Hi." Tim grinned, fully enjoying her astonishment HOW. Jean Roland did not smile. She was, as she studied Tim, trying lo make a decision. Abruptly, characteristically, sh made the decision. She turned abruptly to Jigger. "Would you fetch my wrap, please? Miss Roland; 1 Jigger sped away. ( Jean turned back to Tim, "Suppose we go somewhere we can tsit down'and celebrate? 1 I Tim was embarrassed. "But I don't want you to leave the Ball \ for me." j She gave him * full radia.nl I "I do," she said. That evening it was very quie 1 at Giulio's, a gracious little dining room, a lew doors cast of .he Avenue on 52nd Street. In the mistily lighted Lounge in front, s gnomish young pianist played Debussy with delicately wistful fingers. The music tinkled back into the luminous dusk of the small dining room, just reaching Ihe wall table where Jean and Tim sat side by side. Ai first, Jean did tnosi of Ihe talking. II was a great happiness tor her. she told Tim. to see him oul of the wheel chair. Now, she intimated, they could be together often m New York. That is, she smiled, i/ he wished it Then, before he hncl opportunity to question her. she shrewdly soughl to divest his mind ot any doubts or suspicions he mjght have had. She had been so busy on her return to New York, she explained, she had not had a single minute lo write or telephone The business of getting home had thrown her into complete confusion, and, on top of thai, she said, the hasty preparations for the Ball had all but driven her mad. Finally, she decided, she would not let Tim know of the Ball until it WAS over. She was certain, she said, the winter white gown would win the award. She thought it best to wail then and surprise him with the announcement: But Tim had Ions since forgiven, or, more correctly, forgotten. when they feft the J - J Empire, Tim thought they would be gone only a few minutes. But Jean, at Guilio's, at ease and enjoying herself, made no move to return. When Tim sug- gested -Dcrhap? h w time she shotjJti yo back, she was Amused. "You are much more fascinating thnn anyone t^ere." she said. "Now wail a minute." firr protested. "Whose design won tonight?" "But took who modeled it." "A model is only as good as what she wears." She was all can- dnr now. "Here you are in New York, walking aiouncl handsome nmj healthy What could be more exciting? 1 haven't begun lo over Ibe surprise of seeing you—" She was imimato, physical now "—and I have an idea it'll take longer than tonight to gel over the pleasure of it." "Take as long as you like," he grinned. "We're both young. It sounds fine to me." Paul Fancier 3 alone troubled Tim's evening. H was with some uneasiness Hint he mentioned him. Was h« the Paul of the Jean Paul? Was lie the ogre she had intimated the head o£ the firm to be? * • • IEAN was immediately wary, "1 "' don't think anyone could consider him a Prince Charming-underneath.* 1 "He has the old charm on the surface, I'll say that for him." 'He does make a pleasant appearance, iiriVi that is important in the business." Jean moved closed. 'I didn't want lo describe him to you out at the hospital. I was afraid you'd be jealous." Tim was pleased, soothed. "You knew even then I might be jealous of someone else?" She laughed her intimate little laugh. "No one could «ver call you subtle, Mr. Reese." Thus easily was Mr. Fancier* disposed of, (T« B« Conilnwed) YES, WE BUY Scrap Inm and Metal, Old Cars, flows, Cultivators Tin, Wire, Batteries. Radiators, Rags and other items of little value to you. We sell all kinds of angle iron, flal iron, tic. and when you need Coal and Kindling, call HESTER'S COAL & SCRAP METAL YARD 61 Phone 31gG PLANNING A GARAGE? HBBBBE Trmi n~mi ~m~m Then Call 2.13-1 for Free Eslimatt Turn jour porch Inlo » knodj pine deri.or TV room. lialhs and Kitchens Remodeled Non-Mortgage FHA Terms As Long us 30 ,Monlh» to Paj BUILDERS SUPPLY CO., Inc. "Kverylluns for the BuiMtr" W. II. Pf.ise S. llinnj fil J. Wilson Henrj Stepped Up! Gasoline & Tractor Fuel Extra Extra Get The Best "I Sell That Stuff" G. O. POETZ OIL CO. . Phone 2089 SOYBEANS RECLEANED Now is the time to have Ihe weed and grass removed from your seed beans. Bring them to us for re-cleaning at your convenience! Henderson-Hoover Seed Co. Hiway 61 So. Blytheville Phone 2860 Soybean Custom Cleaning We specialize In recleaninj? soybeans. !,el us reclean your heans hefort the rush starts. See us for your field seed requirements. Blyfheville Soybean Corp. 1800 W. Main Phones 6856-6857 Service that Shines T. L SEAY Motor Co. 121 East Main Phone 2122 Concrete Culvert Tile Sl'.es *p to 36 |n. Corrugated Metal Culverts Sizes «p to 84 In. Aitomnt'o Flood Gatt* Concrete Seplic Tanks •Metal Seplic Tanks Sewer Tile Beat Trices \Vc Oelirer A. H. WEBB HUhwa.T HI it stale l.ln. Phone 114 FOR SALE Cnncrele tulrcrt«. n Inch t« tx Inch, plifn or reenforced. Alio Concrele KulMlnj Blocki cht»p- er th»n lamlxr for b»rns. chicken liouse.i. pump hoa^i, lenint hnu«J. tool «herl». Wr. dcllrer Call n> for <r« Mtlmat*. OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO. Phone HI Good Nitrate Fertilizer T will have a car nt Calcium Ammonium Nilralt here next week. It contains 20.5^ nitrogen and Ihe price is $72.00 per ton, K.O.B., IMytheville. Paul D. Foster, Distributor Phono 3418-3153 Blytherille, Ark FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By MERRILL BLOSSER Hop Kilfc- n F-./ -^f-tf^ M^JW ABOUT//TRY HER OM JUNE' LISTFN.TRIX/ | Ger So.wt.rM " IS ]SHE FFI.L [MIO TUS '" \ ^*^^~l<y/> cor* L „, M.'^PfWTV'Sr- ^-^1' "I forgot to mail this card the- wife gave me yesterday and it's birthday greetings to me!" I'RISCILLA'S TO Come lo Think of It BY AL VERMEER HERE SHE IS... MOONING — THAT LESTER ASAIN! I'VE TOLD HER TIME "^ NONSENSE! WHERE AMD AGAIN! SHE'S NOT NSNSE WHERE ( WOULD YOU BE NOW TO GO OUT WITH BOYS TILL SHE'S 361 IF MV FATHER HAD SAID THAT? KY MiniAKI, O'MALI.EY niul RALPH LANE ;, riM_'scLp.s J THAT BAS HE'S SOT, CX/TA Ov'S Of= TM£M PAl LIKE AM AZTEC SOP— AMP BUT I'A\ 6OMMA f^ 6OLII7 SOLP.' I'M COIM& TO PACK TO HIS DFPICE. I'M ^AKJGECPUSi POWT LET HIM SET AWAY Fjzavvvou.ruLBE KISHT OV6C.' CAPTAIN EAS\ "IJeadv nr Not" BY F.KSl IK TIIR \li- f VES..,BLir HURRY VOO \ EEIC'S ABOUT TO OKW. V SEt PEKIHV BUGS BUNNY NUTS/. HE V.' THERE COMES SYLVESTER BY V T I1AMLIN ^ EC0 °^OME PRErr^n^ I'M A-THINKIN^ THEN WHY OONTC^ isi^SS\ H]SP (•^^^ ^^(3%$ly\^A*J^™™ tn*KIDEP\ IT'S EMPTY, m^. y\ OM 1'HAT FLAT OXAY.CHIEF, ME AN' \ DID YOU HEAR,? YEAH,., OOfV THESE V I MEAN rn'HOKS6S,OAVE ( IN THE AM; JAKC'LL King" \ KNGINP) BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES BY EUGAH MAJiTIN

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