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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 11, 1939
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Loyal Chattanooga Fans Who Bought Stock Nov Gel Payoff By W1IIMMJ. TOOKBR United Press Staff Uorreijjoiidtnl ATLANTA, Ga, Sept. 11.—Those J"ja) Chattanooga fang who boughl slwres in the Ixwkouti taseb:il dub and smiled indulgently while President Joe Enge) plajcd Ihe buffoon had a blgget 1 -dividend than grapefruit and ' lollipops today— they had a Southern Association pennant. .Climaxing Ihelr .second season under fan ownership the fxjokouts rode home \\ith points to ;,pai< yeitetday by taking n doublebeade: fiom Ihe New Orleans Pelicans while .'Nashville defeated Memphis. The three-Club race, not decided 'until: final games, was the closest In league historj. Southern Ass:ciati6n President Trainmen -Scott announced Die Shau»hnessy pln5-offs uotild get undci way Tuesday night, with fourth-place Atlanta meeting the Lookouts in Ciititlaucoga and Memphis plajing in Nashville The Chicks and Vols split n 1 \\o-gamc series over the weekend and finished in a viiliml tic Joi second-plnte, Memphis going ahead by it frae- ticn of a point. Regaidlew of the p)nv-nn outcome, Chattanooga will go dbw'ii ns tl\e pennant n Inner The play-off survivor tf ill take, on the Texas league Sha\iglmcssy chnmps In the annual Dixie sate More than M.0,000 turned out in Chattanooga for Ihe Lookptils' triumph and Joe Ehgel was Ihe least of the town At Ihe end of the second gome, Fnjcl collaied Mtui- , nger'.KI-Kt Cuyler'and held a shotgun on him while he signed a contract l» manage the club again in 1S40 Later Engel messaged congratulations to other clubs finishing- in the first division, but pointing out that it to:k biams to \\ln the pennant The meisa,es wcie signet 1 "Joe Engel, champion " This u Chattanooga's second pennant in league histoiy Tlie other v>as m 1932, when the Lockouts edged the Memphis Chicks by winning n postponed game v,htcl was nla\ed after the legular season. Engel secured an option on Hie Chnt'tiuicoga club fiom the Washington Senatois eaiiy in 1938. He then sold the team to the fans a $5 a share, lelnhilng the presl- dcnt.j. Engel shouted fiom thp loofiops that the 1538 pennant v,as a cinch fcr Chattanooga, but the club finished seventh despite elephant hunts and similar circus stuff he nunngct! lo bring m the crouds. At the end of the season he declaied a dividend of oranges and gumdrous This year ne nas able to hike the dividend to grapefruit and lollipops even before the club -non the pennant He had sold the nlav erj, to the big leagues foi cash in the neighborhood of $100,000 with players 'pitched In. In the concluding games. Chattanooga defeated the Pelicans Q to 2 and 4 to 2 vUlh* Dick Lnnnhan and Cup Polh turning in (he victories Nashville romped o\er the Memphis Chicks, 9 lo 3 \\hlle Atlanta beat Birmingham 7 to G Knoxvllle and Little Hoek \\hicli •wound up fifth and sixth, ended their seasons se\dral dajs ngo. Birmingham finished seventh and Ne« Orleans was last for the first time in Pelican history. Today's Sport Parade Hy HENRY NEW YORK, Sept. II. (UPI-1 don't mind letting you In on this if you'll promise not to tell anybody else: Onr nmalciir tennis players ivho went to Bermuda. Inf, spring, ull expenses pnld, ran ui> u bar bill of $100 during the time they were playing in Hie ioiir:ia- raenl . . . Undoubtedly just a matter of. getting (heir gati-.w; mixed, with, the boys playing Scotch fgnrsonios Instead of dear old lawn tennis. . . Why Is Cupid Black, one of the most heroic of Vale's football he- rocs, trying to contact Dr. Jock Have Been Giving Ground Enough; Yankees Cer- lainly Near Al Hand 11V GI-OItCIK K.mKSKY United Press Staff Corrfspomlenl I NEW YORK, Sept. 11 <U!>)The Cincinnati Beds luwc been Sutherland? l.S It the Blue is really blue over footta)! outlook 'and would Ultc to have the capable dentist from Pittsburgh extract it from the gridiron depths? , . . There Is no doubt llial Sutherland would, mnkc Vale "poison" to that Ivy 'league. The biggest crowds at Forest Hills Dicse days are not found nbout ths court where (lie best play is going on, but nbout the court where a certain old Slititos- pcarinn actor is occupying Die umpire's chnlr . . .He appreciates his audience nnd plays up to it ... When he makes an ELEflllEI DF THIS PHILATELISTS visaing the san Francisco international Exposi- llon and attending the philatelic convention there Sept, 22-Ocl. 1, wi " <1 " d an outstanding stamp ex- !llbit ln International Hall. .-- . using "the Polish offensive!" system | , T" ls display includes World's the past six v/erks an-J consequently arrived today at "their Warsaw " Since Aug. 1 the Reds have'bcen In gradual retreat, giving ground hide by little inilll today thcli- lead had dwindled to three games Now Hie forces of General William Boyd McKechnle nnist dig In and fair Issues, Constitutional, map st.-imps, airmails and olhois. Foreign nations also have arranged exceptional exhibits. Salvador displays, among many others, (he Exposition stamp, above, showing the Golden Gate bridge. Argentine shows current issues, the 1935 tight. They cannol continue to give I portrait set and the Buenos Aires announcement you feel Dial Hamlet and Romeo are going lo face one unotlier across the net. —.' . Or (hat Lady MacBelh may coir.c stomping out and do a mad scene near the baseline , . . Speaking of ShnkeEpeare, lie never created ft villliui more dark and dastardly (Insofar as Jugoslavia . is concerned) than that tennis official. Jerry liumsdcn he foot-fnulled rrnnjo Puncec right out of the im- llonal tournament, making it poster him lo be defeated by « csscr. opponent . . . The fact hat Pimcec, with another judge >n the line, had won two sets Youngsler Hooks 230-Poimrl Mavlin vithout a footfault being called in .him, didn't make Puncec or he crowd feel any better about he business. . . It seems to be n nasty little American habit, this calling of footfaults on foreigners at crucial :oint.s In a match . . . Boo! Cnl- cnllj Bool. , . That nmn you saw walking along he street today wilh his coat collar turned up and his hat piill- ••d down lo meet It, was Clark' Griffith, president of the Wash- .ngton Scnntors, who twice this eason predicted the collapse of the New York Yankees. . . Mr. Griffith is now making- plans to watch the final collapse of the Yankees In the world series ngainst —(censored by Mr. Ford Prick, who docs not want, the National league victim to start shuddering yet). . . . Lou Nova, after five years of tjicund as they hdve the past six weeks . and hold the National League fort. In August the Reds won 13, lost 15. and played one tie. So far In September they have won six. and lost sis. The Cards have won eight nnd lost four this month and are gradually 1 closing in on (he nedr, for n showdown Sept. 20. H7 and 28 when Ih'ey move'Into Cincinnati for n four-game series. For the next few days the ad- vanlnge rests with the Cardinals, They have n single game at Pittsburgh today, and Jrom .the way the pirates have been going the Cards shouldn't have too much trouble whining. Thus if, the Cards win while the Reds arc Idle the Icagiic- lendei-K- margin will lie trimmed to eames. 'Hie eastern invasion Exhibition set of 1936. Ecuador has a large exhibit. Japan offers two park sets ami French-Indo-Gliina displays all releases since 1892. The Stuart portrait of Washington, reproduced on many U. S. issues, Is shown in (lie fine Arts building. Blytheville Among Early Starters; Little Rock, Pine Bluff Defer Action Ky j. ]•. riun)!D Eleven members of the, Arkansas High School Conference swing into action at home Friday night, ugainst non-association teams to open the 1M9 football season Only the u'ttlo Reck, -risers, de- lending champions, Plnp muff Zebras, North Little nock Wildcats, '•lid CJnrksvflte ftihtliera defer opening' for a week. The Blythevillc Chlckasaws, twice beaten nnd once tied last year, but considered by many experts as the team to beat for the nig 15 title, fai-e tile heavy PrcseUl Curley Wolves at Haley Field. It will mark the beginning of athletic relations Ijpueen (he two schools. Joncsboro's Ciolden Hnrritaiie, sporting a new coach and n (lock of ueiv faces, uses Httlc Newport MONDAY,SEPTEMBER H, 1939 • SERIAL STORY WORKINGWlVES opens tomorrow the Cards practice, lias perfected a boxing maneuver which he believes .will enable him to knock out Tony Ga- lenic in (he fourth round Instead of the sixth or seventh . . . I see by the Detroit papers that Jimmy Johnston,'that old •fugitive from Diogenes, Is now denying that he ever sent me a'Wife saying that George Blake would referee the Bob Pastor-Joe Louis light. Okay, Jimmy. . . How could I tell that tlmt old scamp. Western Un-| ton. was KOiug to send me a wire and sign your name to It? Forgive me, Jimmy, because I know iiow yon hate (o gel, your name tr the newspapers. . . But, I'm noi sore, Jimmy . . . I'll be there to help you drag Pastor out of the ring. Gene ;eason. ftfako, after a disastrous says he will retire from Oic game nnd go inlo the diplo nallc service . . . That's one "way of getting a service, which ho liasn't had all year ... Remember—don't tell n foul about Ihls . . , Wrestling Teams To Battle Team wrestling comes back to Jlytheville tonight when Qharlcs lnkey and Go:rge Dennett engage J team composed of Tiger Long \m\ Tony Garabaldl nt the Amcri- an Legion arena. Sinkey and Bennett employ similar tactics choosing the rcugh ant! rca'dy style rather than sticking to science. Long and Garabaldi are strictly wrestlers, fast, versatile and capable of putting up a hard bat- entertaining the docile Phillies nnd the Reds playing host, to the very tough Dodgers, who have reeled off six straight nnd-me buttling for third plncc. The Cards smashed through lo two victories yesterday over the Pirates, 8-3 and 11--T. Curt Davis hung up NO. ao in the opener The Pirates blew a 4-1 lead In the nightcap when SI, Louis staged nn eight-run rally in the fifth. The crippled Pirates (Hamllcy, Brubaker and Young being out of the infield) made three errors in the cncner and five In the nightcap. Paul Derringer scored his 2<M\ victory when he pitched the Reds .0 n 7-2 win over the Cubs, completing the season's scries between the two clubs. Brooklyn moved within half a ame of the third-place cubs by lambasting the Giants, 8-4. The Yankees moved within four I gamer, of clinching their fourth ' straight American League pennant by taking n doubleheadcr from Washington. 4-3 ami 0-2. With Ted Williams Hitting homers 25 nnd SB, a pair cf triples .ind a single, (he Rod Sox cap- lured a twin bill from thn Athletics, 10-7 ami 5-1, Detroit split two W lth the White Sox. winning tlie opener, 5-1, behind Buck Ncwsom's six-hit pitcn- ing nnd dropping the .nightcap, 11- Affer losing the opener, 15-5. for their seventh straight defeat, the Browns came back U) snap their Definite announcement concern- r s ,,",. melll) ' Clal ' e » c < ! Ciels. who ing first-day sales of the first Hurricane in 1D30 regroup of the Famous Americans J ll! ' ns i>s ''cad mentor, tie succeeds series is expected soon, following , v! Manning. "--' •-.-"- - - ° Down nt Hope Foy Mammon's Bobcats chose a lough nut. for their They renew rejhttcns leyS- return (o United States. * » t j i "> al sum. -iney renew relations Germany has issued the first ^'V! U ~ stron " "avnesvflle, Iji.. three stamps of the permanent is- ?° M( f l T °™* A °' n]m ^ " ™nlender sue for the nrntpi-(nmt» nf n^_ I I01 ' llle NorUl Ixililslaiin crown. sue for the protectorate of Bo- hernia and Mo'avia ,o meriy p^t' HK ™1?? ' )ktel tte Mem »""« of Chechoslovakia. TheThre'e ^ ^'±^11° ™5.«« «!L™ ues show Korlstem Castle, Kutlen- Ijerg cathedral and Prague Castle. . , Thoroughbreds prospects appear Brightest in years and mav cause some trouble before December 2, officially the closing date for the season this year, rolls nroiind. Even Matters With Blytheville Chjb With Triumph Sunday losing streak with a 5-1 of Cleveland. .» conquest BASEBALLJtfANDINGS Southern League (How They Finished) W. L. Pet. Chattanooga .. Memphis Nashville Atlanta Knoxvillc ..'-... Little Rock ... Birmingham .. New Orleans ... ...35 .. 84 .. S5 .. 83 .. 79 .. CB .. 5-! .. 57 Cincinnati St. Louis Chicago . Brooklyn 05 .567 07 .55023 08 .55555 07 .553 13 .520 83 .450 80 .418 03 .380 National I.e.-igue W. L. Pet. 78 50 .G09 7C 72 02 .585 The Firestone Tire and Rvibbe company of Memphis evened matters for Us recent "loss lo Dlythe- ville country club golfers in at Jiiter-clttb golf match here ''ecenl- ly • by trouncing the local array In a match over the Pine nil course at Memphis Sunday. V. Powell of Kennett, Mo., playing under the banner of the -13ly- Iheville club, and Shelly of Men'i- r.hls tied for medalist honon 73's. . Result,*; of Individual matches: Player Powell .. Corrclt .. Kcndrick Stanton Miles Shelly Gee Shelly .. Harwell Thomas . Hnlnes . McCain Shane Hughey Morse Rogers . Branson Robinson Buck ... Ilnini ... Branson Woods .. Becker . Perry ... Roland . Grey ... Farr Hninlctt Davis ... Mitchell Bishop . Densford r , Ne\v Ycrfc 54 03 Pittsburgh 53 ijj Boston 57 71 Philadelphia 42 8(5 Petifilc Harris Rouse 69 CO '.535! Bickcrs .537 Bly. Fstone Score 73 74 i 81 7-1 Bl 9G 00 88 85 OS 02 90 109 D4 92 100 S3 .. 1 Coi-recticm Tii Saturday's account of the Blytheville prospects the name of Howell Alley, tackle, was inadvertently overlooked. A senior, "Hal" Is counted on as one cf the main co»s in "the front wall. He is heavier and more rugged BY LOUISE HOLMES COPYHICHT. 1839, NEA SERVICE, CHAPTER I "yOtJn toast is selling "I'll be a fev/ more minutes." 'Oliay. J'H eat it and make some more for you. oice ot her husband wafting into thn bedroom on the pungent coO'ee. Dan Ilnrknnss was agreeable, Sometimes Marian vv.v Aggravated by his exceeding gooc nature. Sometimes she longed to release her vast load of uneasiness nnd discontent through the channels of a lusty quurrel. Slifi stood before the mirror carefully pulling a black felt hai over the deep waves of her hair rhe hat had come from Manning'' French Room, it was the last word in exclusive smartness. She folded the crisp veil back over the close- fitting brim. Slowly she turned critical eyes on her wide-shoMl- (lered, slim-hipped reflection. Hei black dress, deceivingly simple n creation ot imported material nnd clever designing, seemed to have been molded (o her slender figure. Turning, a perpendicular line etched itself between her silken smooth brows. Siie definitely did not look 32, hut still— Thirty-two. She hntcd it cringed away from it, had acquired Ihe perpendicular line in a vain effort to avoid it. But 32 wns young; authorities on feminine allure agreed that a woman's mo-,1 attractive years were hcr 30 , Possibly, in the sac r a i world but not in a business office. In a business office a woman of 32 v as beginning t o be outdated. Jt was more difficult to hold her place than it. had been to obtain it. 'The little line bit deeper into her forehead and she rubbed it with a tapering forefinger. Dan mustn't know that she was vaguely worried about her job. She had, for 10 years, been a little" smug over her success, not exactly throwing it up to Dan, just being a bit superior. nti, </ lIe today, Dan," Maria,, M ,y. "H ere Dor glared ot l,cr „ /, e look ,/ lc , „ than ever nnd during the drills he She gathered up her gloves and has spent much of his lime in the ! Iox cape, slopping .once more (o opposing back-field. He is expected to divide right tackle with Alvin "Man Mountain" Justice. This oversight is deeply regretted. Russellvllle, a newcomer on Ihe Chick schedule, is expected to have liltlc more than a workout against Oznrks. « little hamlet close by. The remainder of the group, net listed as Blytheville opponents finds Benton entertaining Beebc; .„.,,,„„ In lllo W1 , tl Dorado versus Grossett; Fordyce rob bed her of lemini" opposing Monticello; Port - Smith ' : playing host to ynn Bureii; Caraden tackling Smacfcovcr, and Hot Springs versus Tcxarkana. Head Coach Joe Dildy expressed reassurance from the mirror. No woman in Chicago that day would be more perfectly gowned or more carefully groomed. Her slcin was flawlessly smooth, her body youthfully supple. What was wrong then? There was a discouraging lack about her appearance,. The fire was gone, 'eagerness and joy were gone. Ha'd ferocity of purpose and deadly efficiency in the business world :ne charm? QLAKCING around Ihe cluttered bedrcom, she frowned. Miser.„ _..„, „.„„„.,„, « blt! cubbyhole of a room. For sntlsfnrtion over the general con-1 s s!lc nri(! considered moving dltlon and shewing of the Chicks ' i fito a ' ' ' ~ ' apartment. But mov- . after a stremioiis week, but said lng was expensive, larger npart- (lie rougli spots need to be rounded merits were expensive, everything There Is n possibility that today ' she wanted was expensive. It and tomorrow will be devoted to ^ asn>t fair, just because she had rough work with a letup Wednesday.' A dress rehearsal will be held under the lights Thursday night There is a possibility that the rail- eel a glimpse at Prescotl, - -- married an unsuccessful man, that she should be denied all of "the world's riches. Going to the painted iable at the end of Ihe tiny kitchen, she although Coach o. }1. "Buddy" ; sot down. Dan, coatless big and Story has not indicated that he i broad and easy, filled her cup with "'"' bring iiis team befcrc Friday j coffee. She said, "It's Oct. I, Dan. The ! rent is due- today. Here ie my i Part." ,. Dnn glared ,-it. her, as lie took the money. He said nothing. That was the way it had been. Marian paying part of the rent, part of the grocery bill, parl of everything. morning. A Question mark hovers over' vent Hugh "Tex" Harbert, imlfbnck' whose fine showing in practice has climiiinled the right halfback worries. Hugh has run into n deluge of bells that centered around his right knee. Despite stiffness and SIUIXIY „,„ pain the courageous youngster I DanVit do- continued out for drllb, even on j the morn nJ'nicer" lalurclay when it was so STC he ! 'r.J'. lolmn s P a P Dr - wn, buried his face in :onld hardly bend it. Treatments . "I bought sheets and towels this ^.uiiiu 1*111 itiv uviKi H' iTCfliniPnt^ ivsnn^v. t> •< — — »«•*« vere ndminislered over ^v^ , r^^L^.^ 5 ^" Thi ? .504 .454 .-145 ,328 American League W. L. New York 9T 38 Boston Ihlcngo 75 Cleveland 73 Detroit .70 Wnshingkn Pet. .719 .582' Yesterday's Results , Southern League (Final Games) Nashville U Memphis 3. Atlanta 1, Birmingham C. Chattanooga 6-4. New Orleans - wasliinekn -w 77 tie Tin,., tonight's sho -,v offers mat PhSpMn .......... 4? £ fan., an opp:rtunity to compare at. SP ....... '• % % .564 2-2; second called end of sixth; .541 darkuefs. .520 i Tjitllc Rock 10-6, Knoxvillc 4-8. —-, .- compare (lie effectiveness of (hese (wo styles Following the team wrestle, Sinkey and Long will be paired in another bovit with a time limit ol cne hour, and Oarabaldi will cn- E-^e Bennett in a 90 minute time limit malch. 275 Big Frog, So Story Says, Swallows Little Possum ATLANTA, Ga. (UP) _ Wallace Boy Sits on the Bank, Hooks 56-Pound Tarpon CARABELLE, F1.1. (UP) — You don't have to get away from the I hustle and bustle of the city to catch fish to brag about. Tops in fishing thrills currently Is that of 13-year-eld Austin Mallet. Fishing from the banks of the | Records show that the farther National Ixrnguc Brooklyn 8. New York 4. Cincinnati 7, Chicago 2. St. Louis 9-11. Pittsburgh 3-4. Philadelphia at Boston, postponed, rain. American League Cleveland 15-4. St. Louis 5-5. Detroit 5-0. Chicago 1-11. BosUn 10-5, Philadelphia 7-1. New York 4-6, Washington 3-2. end and lie is hopeful that it will ' •ome around all right and will not j seep him on the sidelines. The ither nlMngs .In camp have just ibr.ut been eliminated and, barring injuries this week, the Chickf should be at their physical peak. With the opening of school today the morning session will be abolished but the afternoon drill will be extended. • ll_ '" lhe of Former Walnut Ridge Coach Fatally Burned MEMPHIS Sept. 11 (UP)—Leo Stctts, 25. ol Brinkley, Ark., died at Baptist Hospital today of burns suQered when his car crashed into an auto parked on a highway seven miles south of Wynne, Ark"., last night. Doth cars burned. R. B. Howser, 29, of Wynne, occupant of the parked car, suffered severe bruises. Stotts former football cap- taia at Hciirtrix College and former coach at Walnut Ridge. top many ,1 Mc rcl(Ucd 0 d cracker barrels. 'I was gigging frogs in a pond near Newman," he said, "and n river here, he landed a 50-pound j frolu llome motorists are, the plain blue eyes. tarpon. The banks of the river '•"'"" ' ' where the youth fished avc within 200 feet of Ihe city postofnce. Examinations made at the Johns Hopkins University showed that out of 455 infants, only 28 had a gouge, a way of getting a few more dollars for the ever-increasing Manning bill. Odd, wilh her excellent salary, that she should never have enough. Of course, the private secretary lo Grant Fellows, Inveslnient Broker and Consultant, had a certain position o maintain. Marian tried not to hlnk that a woman of 32 was obliged to wage a never-ending battle against the fresh youmr girls who filled the offices Dan laid ?G beside hcr plate Dan was generous. \y hy could hc not earn more money with which to be generous? Again Marian wondered what freak of fate had K-ept Dan a salesman, v/ith a drawing account ot 535 a week after 12 years of endeavor. For Dan did try, she knew it. That is once he had been ambitious He seldom mentioned his work now! Ho pushed the paper aside, saying, "I saw Pete Thorpe yesterday He's just back from his honeymoon." Marian looked up, surprised, didn't know that he and Cart were married." ' | "He didn't marry 'Carma'.""Whal? But they've beiii engaged for 10 years. This was to have been her last buying trip."-" . "Every trip for the last five years wns to have been her last. I take it that Pete got tired of wailing." "But he. wasn't,making enough to support them—" "Perhaps not in the way Carma wanted to be supported. Iiis wife she's a. cute little trick mimed' Julie, seems perfectly satisfied." Cute little trick—Marian resented the description. The world was full of cute little bricks and each one was a menace. ''Pete and Carma were terribly in ]ove," she mused. "I can't understand—" "Love is very apt to die unless il has a little encouragement " Dan said. Because ot something in i,i s tone, Marian snapped, "It certainly dies without a little financial encouragement. You men seem to forget that." He returned lightly, "Let it die. Who cares?" * * '* RESENTFULLY, Marian finished her breakfast. In a way it was just ns well that Carma had not married Pete, She was a buyer for. Manning's and made twice Pete's salary, she was accustomed to nice-lies which he would never be able to provide and he- marry had stubbornly refused to .„„. her until she gave up her positiu,, Pete would never make .good a failure always remained a failure, as Marian well knew. She reviewed her own unavailing reactions to lack of progress m Dan, ardent belief, gallant encouragement, loyal: defense then suggestions, criticism, nagging and tears, finally a simmering indifference. A man had it in him or he did not, n wife could do nothing about it. Carma was fortunate to he independent. Married life, she thought, was like a stock broker's chart the curving line rocketing upward during the first few months, then starting a gradual decline with high spots here and there, the low spots getting lower and more frequent, ot last flattening lo an emo- • tional depression. Hatred of Her niche in life swept over Marian Revolt against the tiresome routine, terror that the'-seciirity .of her background might be disrupted, sickened her. A tiny, nagging fear which had lain in the back of-her mind for weeks, a fear which had nothing to do with her job,-preserite(i:itself,\vith the force of a blow. To dismiss'the fear, she burst out irritably,' "What''.all about, Dan? Where are we going from here? I'm sick of our life." He got up and stood .beside her chair, looking down at her quiz- zicnlly. "ft's not much of a life, is it, Marian?" "If you only made a little more —if I could only stay at home like other wives—" It had been a long time, since slie had blamed him. Perhaps it was the nagging fear, the need to lean and have confidence in leaning. He asked kindly, "Would you like that. Marian?" > She thought of her place in ths business world, the place lor which she had fought and struggled. Thinking of it, she failed to get the usual lift. Her life was suddenly flat and meaningless. But it was the life she had made for herself and absolutely necessary lo her. "No," she said wearily. "It's too late now." {To' Be Continues) Agile Cyclist Learns He's Slipping at 65 MU,FORD. Conn. (OP) _ T|, crc was a time, when Robert. Meito was younger, when he could swoon a handkerchief from the ground as he pedaled along on his bicycle But when Neito tried to rccb'vcr Iiis hat in the same fashion when ic was G5 years old, he miaed and collided with an nutomcbllc. Italy's pcpnlnlion Increased by 424,934 persons in 1038. •••••^••••••isSiii Wert Optometrist "HE MAKES 'EM SEE" Otcr Joe Isaacs' Store Phone 510 Even though they require less • ••,»•! *i-^n nmn, niJ saiQ flnti i n 11 it n !»••%• «v,».j friend and I brought In "'great hto S 7"?" tlllm mccllimi «>l brakes, frno «„ „„„--> ....,..,. '. g cal u| £ hydraulic brakes cim ho kimt i n frog. He seemed heavy and slightly misshapen around Uwm a- ,, section/He had swallowed »%niall ' g oppossum." Rameses If. of Egypt, had the largest family of which there is Parry Blwn*/ 12, exhibits ' f"T, d ' 1 v/C) ,, :hundf ^ children were 230-poand m«lin he hooked oft . e . famll >'' Inscriptions made ' , . Cim be kc!>t ta ' 1 C ?" dltl °" b , y oi ""e «» i p " r ' 5 at rc sular intervals. i J. L. GUARD Optometrist Only Graduate Ojiloms- trlst In Blj-thevllle, Glasses Fitted Correctly PHONE 205 FOU YOUR POULTRY Nice, fat hens and fryers & other poultry at all times, iVE DKESS AND DELIVER FREE! 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