The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 3, 1949 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, September 3, 1949
Page 7
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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1949 OUT OUR WAY By J, R. Williams BLrTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS I HOPS "(HAT COP PlNCHH? HIS QUOTA FOR 1Ue WEEK — THIS CARAVAW LOOKS AS SUSPICIOUS THS> WROJG PICTURE ol A DOLLAR SILL/ OFFICER! Brxll- 10 SO»* I IN MV MEW BOOTS \ TO STRCTCH •&-», \ BUT I'LL SWEAR 1 / CAJNT STAMP (T \MUCH LONGER/ OOMfTMWO HIM,OFFICES WE'S 5TIRRIN6 A 6000J UPtHCSt EATCRY, FATHER. /*LlKe A — THAT JlT FLOOD , SHOOLD/IVMMZMIN6/ ALLAY UlSMIS- - -TO A\AK£S A LATFOM FOR SALE Adclaidc Humphries Our Boarding House with Moj. Hoople PAGE SEVEN FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS BY MERRILL BLOSSER Nice Gal Concrete cnJverts 12 incti Ui 4S inch, plain or reen forced. Ala* Concrete Building Block* ~cb taper than lumber foi barns chtrkeo houses, pump houses, tenan t houses- tool fbeds. We deliver Call us for free estimate Phone 691 OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO. BUT SHOE REPAIR COSTS LESS] That's why you'll save yourself mans a doiiar by having your shoes repaired hj our expert work: men. Next time try us For the Finest Prescription Service It . . With Kluwen THE FLOWER SHOP Phone 149] M Vou will enjoy using Plate Glass full length floor Mirrors. . . and hey re priced much less than you would think at BUILDERS SUPPLY, Inc. •W. M Hrnr( Hiw»j THK STOHY r»<-l^' hy her M ntmrrr Hmrrr BAiB mllllummlrr, !• •H do. AltkoHKh fia f hrr fMMlly. OHCC wcll-t»-4« b«t !• •••TlMrHt, IrtllKK B«r (•• wllr t* well ekn»*rMi*4. Tve A jnHBK •«•• dr»p« )• afte xn pniTZ managed to unhook one eye long enough to take a look. He sank back. "Oh . . . it's Jimmy. Come on in. Don't mind us. We had a big night last evening. Catching up. Jimmy, 1 want you to meet Madome Delyse, my partner in sin and slumming. Madome. this a Jimmy. Another of the chaperons I warned you 1 was positive we'd have in our little love nest." Gayoel gave him a push that almost sent him sprawling on to the floor. She managed to sit to a partly respectable angle, at least. Jimmy came on in and bowed over her hand. "It is a pleasure, Madame D«Lyse," he said. He, too, appeared a very friendly young man. His hair and eyes were black, and he had a tiny mustache on his upper lip. "There's just one bottle of beer in the ice-box," Fritz said. He looked up, motioning for Jimmy to be ofl, if he knew what was good for him. "No. thanks." Jimmy returned promptly. "He'll think Pm a bad woman, 1 GayneJ laid after Jimmy left. Fritz mid, "He knows I'm • bad man." Gaynel wanted to know if ih* could powder her nose and fix ber hair a bit. "We must gel bac* to some tort at decorum." she said. "First OD my knees to you; then asleen like the babes in the wood*. Wouldn't you think that storm I would have broken by this time, i Fritz?" • • • TfRITZ assured her if he had had anything to do with it, it would ttave broken long since. He showed lier where she could repair her hair and powder her nose. When she came back he had the radio tuned in and had opened the last bottle of beer. "Perhaps Ihis will refresh you," he said, "and show what a good husband I am." Fritz motioned to the big chair by the window, took hold of her feet and placed them on a cushion. "Now. if that doesn't prove how thoughtful I am." he began. There was another sound from the halJ- way; a discreet cough, perhaps. And yes—there wai another young man. "Wouldn't you know?" Friti murmured, straightening. "Almost caught on my lowers this trick. . . Come on in, Joe. Want you to meet Miranda, my Maiden Aunt. Miranda, this is Joseph. The last—I hope. 1 hope, I hope— of them for this night, heaven help me! . . . Maybe now you have an inkling as to why this U called The Goat's Nest." Gaynel smiled over her shoulder, putting up a hand. This young man was [air and faL "This is the last bottle of beer," Fritz said. "We'd just love to share it with you ..." He mad* a terrible face and shook his head. "Unless, of course, you're dead beat and feel you must hurry off to slumber-land." "I thank you very much," Joe said, "but your guess was better than mine. It has been a (real pleasure to have met your nice old AunL" "Hell think . . . well, 1 dont know what ne'H mink." Gaynel said. "He never thinks" Trite said. In England It's th« Chemist Shop In France It's tht. Apothecary Shop In BIytheville It's BARNEY'S DRUG STORE For Expert Prescription Service More than i hundred kinds of birds have become extinct In the last 200 years. RENT A CAR »rlTe Anjwhm Simpson Oil Co. Phone 937 PIANO TUNING the world famous •Mroboconn". The only 100% perfect tuning Not available elsewhere in (his 'area. RADIO REPAIR All work done by a ROT-' eminent licensed operator and every job ifuar- anleed. Why lake lew <han the best? PIANOS lor SAL! NB)V AND USED Sheet Music, Records, Supplies Everything in Music BROOKS MUSIC STORE I"? E. Main Tel. 811 We Follow Your Doctor's' Prescription Nichols Drug raoxc M*I TUDEBAKER Have You Seen The 1950 STUDEBAKER Brilliant New Styling Increased Luxury No Increase in Price You'll Agret If'i the Car for You Chamblin Sales Co. p ., Railroad * Ash TUOIlAKER -KM FAMISHED/ \ SHOOT THe SHALL WE HAW6 I SWORKS/ STEAK OR /HAVE 'StJi LOBSTER OR— ) BOTH' peoB-E JUST By THINKING , W«W 10V WANT THEM W DO/ I'LL HAVE THE 6LU6 TOUGM LOMWE LOBSTER DOWN WITH . tmart, all right, but . ,,„,„, „,„ „„ lr —it never *eemed to want to admit it's a dog!" PRISCILLA'S POP BY AL VEKMEER KRUfviCHIES ALWAYS TOSTY KRUNC1I1E3! BUT EACH BOX, HASACOUPOM AND 1 OI4LY NEED ZOO MORE FOR A VALUABLE TOEMIUM TOR A CHANGE.' lleyond Waking BY MICHAEL O'fllALLEY and RALPH LANE CHAIR ISN'rhoGETINWITH- MOVING. ^ OUT WAKING WE BRING VOU MOW THE RUN-DOWN OF TONIGHT'S WASH TUBBS While Jan Worries HY LESLIE TURNER KEN-HONEST WITH ME, . SURE HEtL TELL MB IF Hg , WAS WITH H6£l «E HAVE A PME TONIGHT SARA'S GAV AMD CHARMING AEOUWD MEN...AND SO CLBYEE GIG WOULD NEU£B SUSPECT SHE'S UTTERLY uviscRuputousSi I TOLP HIM HE'D THIMK 1 WAS OULN JEftVOUS JAN'S WONDER ABOUT KWUA FEW MOKE SUSPICIOUS LOOKING INCIDENTS AND 3EAIOUSY WILL MAKE M »PEAR AT HEB. WOESTJ »80UT LAST wetn AND 3*N CMowor BCIWS HERSELF k TO ASIC. AND A PHOMECAIL GUIES SfrBft TKATCPPOBTUtfW_ BUGS BUNNY That Book's Okay TAKE TH' BOOK, DOC/ ~K IT'LL HELP CURE MY INSOMNIUM/ THIS HUNK Cf REACTN' WEIGHS A TON I'M A BEAT BONNY/ BY V. T. HAM1.1N NO. (SOP; i LEFT! HER AS IS. IN THE H£PE OF CUTKUNNING OUR &?CTP&,' 5PPEATEP u «3£8%s3£ SZ£^.i SAMOS CHAI2ACTEF2 WHCSE CURIOSITY LCOSED ILLS UPON EAJ2TH. BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES BY EDGAR MARTIN 'He lets me do that for him. so don't let it worry your pretty icad." Gaynel said. "They all looked like friendly young men. But they certainly didn't act like it And 1 know one thing. 1 must get goinn, even though you are my favorite nephew, as soon as we Finish this last bottle of beer." JUST then the storm that had J been gathering all evening finally did break through. It came with a terrific crack and crash. Gaynel gave > > h r i e k. She clutched Fritz around his neck, practically choking him to death. He did not seem to mind that way of dying. He held her close. His lips met hers. In a long, sweet kiss. A kiss that did much more lo her than any look. "Let . . let go of me." she whispered shakily, managing to pull away a little. "You'll have to let go of me first." FriU said. His tone was teasing, but his eyes were tender. They turned ber heart upside down. 'Why. you ... you ..." She pulled away this time, her voice was shaky, but not from weakness. "I ought to slap you/ face." she said; and. "Even il it's reining cats and dogs. I'm going hone this minute. Frederick Fitzroy Freyman. Please get my haL* 'I'll get it." he said, "but don't he piffed." He leaned forward and kissed her lips again. "1 asked for it as much as you did. sweetness. I've been wanting to do that—kiaa you on your pretty kissable lips— ever since the first time 1 laid eyes on you and knew you were the most gorgeous gal I'd ever come across or ever would—so help me! Now slap roe, if you want to— and if you dare." She must not have dared, because she did not. She melted into his arms', instead. (T« Be Conttnw>4> SHRUBBERY We ofle' a complete line ol Stark Landscaping plants and trees. Ordei now foi Pall planting Stark's 131 years experience In this Held assures yout getting the most (or yom money Allow us to give you a free estimate Telephone 554 today BLYTHEVILLE WILLYS SALES COMPANY TERMITE AND PEST CONTROL Beware of Fraudulent nperatoml Use the protection afforded bj the Stale and demand * licensed operator. Experienced, Reliable. Termites Household Peats. Bljthrvlllc's only licensed operator. 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