The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 2, 1951 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 2, 1951
Page 13
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THUMBAY, AUGUST 2, 1951 'BLYTHEVI1.U!, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PACK Our Boarding House with Maj. Hoople OUT OUR WAY By J R Williams SHAW EKPLORIW6 ANCIENT CAM6RM5 INi ME6- CX"OTAMl*,T SLEPT FOR A FOKTN16HT ON A, CLUSTER OF I'M GLA CAME ON THIS 6HUCKS.X AIM'T <sieepy.' RECK I'LL GO TO TH' LAK6 RA5SLE ME L)P WG-MOOTH FRfWSS fOfi COTS Like A PAflOf 1 MlLti SLEPT OUA VJAFFL6 6TIO41WG UP FBOM THE FLOOP OPtH6 CAVE AS SHARP A6 BAYOMETS WHO'S TALKING looked at him "1 don't sn't so very smart of a girl :now when she's been tilled." For economy* sake. For our family's health, Buy Meyer's Bread, And conserve your wealth ~~ Douglas Kent shook v '- V,V GRE/XT OUTDOORS &UY:*' ? t7<>'V/ L1W.6 VOJ GIVE ME A S3C, FAT UAUOH/ S'OU COME CUT TO GETAWAY FROM IT ALL, AM' HERE YOU ARE IMVITIM' AN' SEaeiM'THAT cunrTERiMl OIATTERIM; FLUTTERI/s!' MOB TO DIME WITH MOU.' «yf PF^ **>^ &*r*-/n ;7/^T* ^Sr«£fc£^> ^^f^XV-J'' &$^M'^?*titjte*?®. ^--^a^K &" •".^^Skte^ . >;%2g ^ ; ;-<^>^cLSlMl,;/:-- '"Kx-'~£^ OHTH1S» [£> PIFF'RUMT/ WILD WEST CHARITY STANDISti BY CHARLIES JUDAH to "Alas lie lost it at dice lo Mr Rogeis Jhaj'iiy's .eyes narrowed J Lel rnt- eei mis surau^u." she *aiu slowly 'IJoup ?amc- nere uor- rowco S50UO Irom vou an« (ost H to you: Mr l-togers Sc now Mr Honer? no? me SSUUti and you nave Dons If Uiai 'nght?'" 'Thai is riRht though 11 is per mo? toe simple and I do not nke the ivay vou »av \1Y Mi Holers 'Why ts it tor simple'-" "Firsi Drniffiaf lost 5200 or a ini]e "CS5 of ni= iwn. I was not paying Attention Towards morn?aim' lo me He was vcr> tie IranK neavily which blacker ihan Jharityt jwn. ner-Douelas does not rio He told mi straight nait gleamed wuh -lark i ne necdeo money We are olr She nad TIOVCO to meet; friends J Know mm to oe a mar hanty without pausing think nad uistinciivci> ou-iuned Angel as «arse ana curved and wiih yclJou, naii iKin toe [smooth and toe white and 3 :nina j doll's blue eyes ' She was none oi tiei name *'a? Ati- gelee Jortez Hei skin -waF warm i ] "P otive nor syes -were jarue ^inrl sad OQFH 1JS1 BY KE* BE^VICI^IMC. I- M. PEC . V. S. PUT. Off. 'Regular practice is wonderful—she runs htm a better race every day!" FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By MERRILL Run, Anyway NITWITS' IMORCWS/ T SAVE i I'LL SAf AtJD RUN WILL fOR YOUB. / BUT ITS LIFE. MRS. .the lilhe nonor grace that is ihe ncntage ot those little at first Sho* Repair Helps You Look Your Best Hfl LT€RS L'qL' T V S^O€ SHO! II' W M ft I N S T, - o I e m n I y "Mustn't say that. Mustn't think it." "What am I to think?" "That 1 love you." "I suppose that's why you don't. .-ant to marry me." "Do want to marry you. out ou'd never be nappy — gambler's vife — now Tin not even a s»am- j[er — just a neon— Angel's peor^ she satd so herself — wouldn't want to marry Angel's peon, would vou?" It was his Last effort. He lumped to the Boor Charity '^oked down at him He was no) tandsome now. nor well groomed, ioan mm money * HP loses. I «ive tiirr people whose forebears nad lived more So it went all day ann Mediterranean shores Her through 'he tirst menl Fhis att- oice way liquid she spoke with < ernoon I was forncd to tell him nly a tsmi trace of accem winch! thai already ne owed me ion much le manipufaied with itudied ef-^ When I told mm ne was ovcr- ect Only ncr mouth, wilh HF red • whelmed I took pity or hi? rms- ps stretched tqc Thinly over sharpl er y 'Jnce DRtore I nad SUK- -haT we open a casino In Santa Fe He nad refused then Now I would again'make the olfcr: 1 would loan him more money up to SnQOQ- if ne won he coutd repay me if nis oad tuck continued ne musi open the place in '.or s a i'- brown hair was un- LAWN MOWER & Washing Machine Repair Service For prompt icrrlc* and expert irork, »lwayi Call 6738 Herbert Graham 721 Jamison ;empt, his skin was gray, unheal- hy circles underlined his eyes' an uUliing hand was grimy from the lice table. He had admitted he was Angel's icon. She supposed that was the iuanish way of saying a man wa nfatualed with a woman, he ;lave. Charity looked at, I packed trunk. The train left little past midnight. There wa slill time. But there was not time. Perhap there would never be time , to Charity to caich a train t>oun back to Ohio. It was past mid night and she was still sitting a a table in Duke Rogers' place, talk mg to Angeles, the angel wh drove men crazy and who. cording 'to his own confession owned Douglas Kent hite teeth, betrayed her A small louth, M .gave little promise of a enerous flowering However. Charity doubting if a man would e as critical as she. grudgingly drnUted that though Angel miRht a -iark angel, she was oeauti- uL She was self-possessed too 'Santa Fe Perhaps it was throw"You nave misunderstood, \ltss I Inp ^ ood money afler Dad - DUt PIUSCH.I.A'S POP BY Al, VEUMEER A FELLOW HASN'T GOT A CHANCE WITHOUT AW OUTBOARD MOTOR... ^ LUCKY GtSY/ HE. CAN GET OUT WHERE THE FISHING IS REALLY GOOD If VIC FIJNT Rendezvous BY MICHAEL O'MAl.I.RY and RALPH T.ANE Slandish Doug la j- is not a? you Innk a slave of love 1 did call] urn my peon, yes It was only a! it tie joke Of course he is not. "'eons are bound by cru^i laws; is only t>ound to me by what he so beautifully calls a debt of honor." "You mean he owes you money?" "Five thousand dollars." /"'RARITY gasped tn dismay, and ^ rallied weakly. "1 don't Oe- lieve it," ! Angel's lips parted In their thin, cruei^ smile >-"You call me a" liar? If 1 were a man. we would light about that. Men arc tools. Did you not tell me that Douglas, nuns-elf, admitted lhat he is my peon?" "Yes. I'm sorry I said I didn't believe you. Bin S5.UOO! What could he have done with so much?" am very tender hearted, so I wa. c pleased wnen ne agreed It wat ihen I made the little ioke aboui the peon 'Bui you will not be m> partner I (old him. "you will b( my peon. His lurk was very bnd " • • * A NOEL'S story was straightforward and it agreed with Douglas's own confession. "1 suppose it wili lake a long time to pay." Charity said unhappily. "A long time. yes. 1 cannot al- Eord high wages, and. of course. ne cannot credit quite all oi the little He will receive against whnl he owes me.. Some-he must keep for food, clothes and, since I cannot be cruel to our poor Douglas, a little fun." A tail man Charily hadn't noticed moved up behind Charity -"Did i hear you say Doug was drinking?" he asked AngeL (To Be Continued) -STAY wmi TtfEC/.K— you ill PAYKOLI—THEy'LL EE FilT- TIM6 IT tJPJN ENVELOPES. CAPTAIN EASY Wash Is Out •BY LESLIE'TUKN^H PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Guaranteed Uest Prices Kirby Druq Stores Now Open: iMusick CABINET SHOP 421 Easi Davis i; • Cahinrts Built • Screens Made Expertly! Russell Musick. .Owner "She used to belong to a citizen of Btytheville. 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