The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 31, 1949 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 31, 1949
Page 11
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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 81, 194» BLYTHEVTLLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE ELEVEN OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Willioms KxrrvHr* V KNOW FAMOUS > PEOPLE UKSTHWr 8UPFAU? STEAK- •OcJIJ. MEET A LOT O FAMOUS SCOUTS. ^ WHUT'LL •"^•Sltf _ «.BQgM THIRTY VEABA TOO SOOfl Our Boarding HOUM with Moj. Hoople H»V, IT JUST MIT M SOTATVOO- CHAR1OT CAR — AMD THIS SCAT A PSHAW/ VOO'O 1MWK A MitO AkllMAL SC*WT *MTW«> ttUft OrrBILt/—. VOHV. »M*K) 1 WAS WrtVI 1U» ClBOJS . DID AMY OP VOU I>KTV*TS THIN* ID SKINS tVER WITHOUT A SAS FOR SALE Concrete eoJTert* 12 lack u <t Inch, plain or rernforud At** Concrete KulJdlnt Kloclu chrap- or than lumber for burns chlckeB house*, pump boaae*. lunaa! hoiue< tool shedi We delJMr Call u for tn* MUJZUI* . . . Phone 691 OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO. \ 11 HOT SHOE REPAIR COSTS LESS! That's «rhj you'll I«TO yourself many a dollar by having jour shoes repaired by our expert workmen. Next time tzy us For the Finest Prescription Service DRUG STORE UI We«l Mate Steps *>*e.Mi O tr H».»-c«r>. tt»->.H4 V Mtx Ktvici. me THE SI-OB 11 Ofrmrl T*w*, u- cr prtu rr*r"M »*1 •• wrallkj .»< l|U. Tk« •tlm Barry U «!•• IX JVO stretch of imagination could make Emily Teare fit her part in the play—that o? a farm woman whose husband had deserted her. Melvin wheedled and shouted, but could not imbue her .with the proper spirit Perhaps, he «a!d. when they got into dress rehearsals and Gaynel's mother wore a gingham apron— "But I don't own an old gingham *pron/' Emily said. **I was going to wear one of those sweel little frock: we found to the trunks—the one with the cunning bustle and hoops—with my hair powdered and some curls at my neck." "This is not a musical comedy or a burlesque," Melvin thundered. "You are a plain farm woman. You wear a plain dressy covered with an apron!" "But I'll look dreadful!" Emily was close to tears. "Even if 1 had been a farm woman I'd never have dressed like that." Emily was close to tears. She threw a wild glance at Miss Cup- pies that stood for either a hand- werchief, smelling salts, or both Miss Cupples gave her an encouraging nod and jumped to her feet "Sit down!* Melvin ordered pointing a long finger at her tha might have been a gun, so promptly did it wint its ^iime. "Well do this scene once more. Now— take it, please." They took it, and John Tomp- Jns, who was almost professional, [ted Emily and carried her along with him, aided by Melvm's ges- ures *nd Ore. 90 that when Emily nally climbed wearily up those lairs the little audience broke into pplause. nPHIS electrified Emily to that she turned at the top to smile down on them, almost to curtsy; until a sharp "Hold it!" from Mel•in and remembrance that she was « those uciety stain whisked her back into her role. "Thai will be all for this evening,- Melvin said. He looked as hough he were ready to give up Jut he told Emily be was sorry If le had been a bit cross and askec if she would forgive him. "Of course!" said Emily, who always forgave everybody every- Ihing. Besides, hadn't she had her Big Moment? "Poor Melvin. must be frightfully hard having to be the director and doing al the parts—you've worked so hard We've all worked so hard. M poor, poor nerves . those awful stairs Cuppy. suppose you run down and see il Kobee can' manage some nice iced fruit juice or ginger ale." Miss .upples took time first to throw a frightened glance in Mel vin's direction. She was not going to risk his long finger again. Then seeing he Kid forgotten her existence, she scurried off. * • • QAYNEL suggested that If then were to be refreshments—and she 'was resigned to the inevitability of that by this time—they hai better all go down to the Brst floor, to the piazzas or out on the lawn, since the June night was close. In an aside she whisper to Fritz that then they could brei away, if he wished. ' "That would be lovely!" Emily said. "A lawn party. Under th stars. At least 1 suppose there ar some stars—besides the ones u here!" She smiled on them Melvin, dear, If you 11 fetch my ag and scarf. And Barry, per- aps you'll lead the way u> show le others; act as our host for to- ight Come, everybody! Come, Clipper; come. Prince Oh. do ook out!" to Fritz, as the Scottie ared his teeth and snarled. " ing Clipper, he doesn't like trangerv He's really very triend- y. though, when you know him, Mr. Fail-field." Freyman," Fritz corrected gcn- ly, side-stepping nimbly «*u of Clipper's reach at the same time. 1 improve upon acquaintance, oo, dear Mrs. Teare." "Don't let Mother impose upon you," Gaynel said lo Barry on the A'ay down. "You needn't play host, if you've something better do." 'Nothing I could do for your mother—or you—would be an imposition," Barry assured her. with a smile. N Well, I've done my Boy Scout dead," Frilz said. "Gaynel and I ire going dancing. In the open air. Westwood, or one of those places. Trip. the light fantastic underneath the stars, and sip some beer. Not that I have anything against fruit juice or ginger alt, you understand." '1 understand," Barry sairf "But since you joined us one night, when Gaynel's date was with me, I might change my mind arn? com* along. That is. of course, ui>tess you'd mind?" to Gaynel. She said, "We'd love to have you." Fritz grinned and said, "Sure," but he muttered something about three being- a crowd ' at certain times. !o place could seem crowded alter that third floor," Gaynel said. "1 think it will be perfectly grand to have two such handsome escorts. 1 shall (eel all perked up, as though 1 were a leading lady. If you boys will get things started for Mother, I'U slip away and g*t perked up in my coolest finery. Will you wait for me?" 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