The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 26, 1950 · Page 13
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 1950 BLri'HIiVlLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Willioim Our Boording House with Maj. Hoople AMP STAYA\yAV FROM THB TABLE UNTIL SOU CAM HAVS MORE RESPECT FOR. YOUR ELDERS.' LAUGH ING BECAUSE "OUR FATHER HAS ALL HIS TEETH PULLED.' I HARDLY 6LAME 1 SU6SS1 CO LCCHC. FUWNV, BUT I'LL SOON HAVE 1h we w ones.' IT'S WOT THAT— IT'S WHEW HIS CHIN) PUSHES MIS NOSE UP--I-I- I CATCW MA3OR-«~Ti4t MiSSUS HAS SOT We OLD LtFT COCKED TO JAB/-<~- VUOOLD n EA«« TH6 < VOUA&6 IKI nee eye N IF T SPADED L)P TCS) FEErT OF aARDCKl IK» UUKTL6 NECK DIPLOMKT BORN THIKry YEAR THE STOHV, C1r_,i»r? N.rt.p U •! AH Ualair*. imxmrlamm ham* It Algrlrr* • » mmrmerj jcuvrrnr«B lo syrtf Amhrrlry'* KMSlI riavichlrr iome for the next two Tears, and of it, There wa? this lovely ascmating country — the child Amherlt,. brarhrr nl STTir'* hn«- hniirt Jon. an «*h,, H c v rnrro«l(7 whom she could keep healthy and Beyond that it was unwise Political Announcement The Courier News has been authorized to announce Uie following candidates, subject to the Democratic primaries, July ( 25 and August 8 FOR COUNTY JUDGE Roland Green FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE L. H. Atltry Re-election Past No. > Kenneth S. Sulcer Post No. 2 E. C. "Gene" Fleeman (For re-election Post No. 4) fk For State Senator p ' \V. R. Nicholson J. Lee Beardon K'tucky No. 31 Fescue Pasture Mixtures, Alfalfa, SEED CORN State Certified COTTON SEED and SOYBEANS BLYTHEVILLE SOYBEAN CORP. J900 W. Main Phone 6856 « RADIO AND TELEVISION REPAIR Factory-Trained Mechanics Any Make or Model Prompt Service Reasonable Prices Phone 2642 We Pick Up and Deliver Fred CoUihan 110 So. First St., Blytheville In hi- I.TOIhr,. „(,.,,, „ niiiile. rirmrnrj bellr-Tr*. l» • clunk Ittr ao/iie fafltrr • ahapplBi'M. • * • VI CLEMENCY NORTON dared not move in case he discovered her And then, with a sudden sharp sound Pierf Amberley Ditched the end of his cigar away, and walking quickly towards a tall wrought-iron gate sel in the opposite wall, wrenched it open. A moment later he had shut it behind him and disappeared from sight. As she fastened her window and softly drew the curtains across it a lew moments later. Clemency's hands were trembling. She had left the lamp on the table beside her bed burnin s , and by its light ihe could see through the open door, where Baba was sleeping peacefully. * hand pillowing one cheek. Poor baby—the unwanted fruit of an unhappy, ill-assorted marriage. Tiptoeing across she bent to tuck her charge more securely in, and stood for a short space looking down at her. But why should that marriage be ill-assorted? she asked herself Syrie and Jon Amberley should have made an ideal pair. They were young, exceptionally goot looking. Surely they must have been in love t when they married What had gone wrong? Was it, she wondered, that Syrie resentec her husband's ill-health — Clemency had gathered that it was fo reasons of healLh that be had originally come to North Africa. She broke her train of though abruptly, turning to go to her own bed After all. uncomfortable am slightly sinister though she tounc the atmosphere of this place, a she kept her word, it would be her CLEMENCY was awakened Unbo calling her uame For a :ew moment« in which sleep still hung on her eyelids she wondered vaguely whj the pla in which she had been dreaming they still were--was so still; then she sprang out of bed anc hurried to the child, who was sitting up in oed lust preparing to turn her whim- ;>er to a good howL A swift glance at the traveling clock on her bedside table oad told Clemency that In spite of the sunlight flooding the room it was still very early. 'It's Dot nearly time to get 'jp yet. darling." she said. "Want a dwink," demanded Baba. "Please, Clemency, I want » Baba war nearly four no* aiilte ola enough for her flrsi lessons though at the momeni she knew no difference belw«er the letter A and the rest of the alphabet In accordance with the careles.- ar- rangemem which Syrie had made. Clemency was looking forward tc giving the younp womar her first lessons — she knew that it would be good for thai active little brain to have something to bite on and hei owr experi- I once in the Nursery School hnd 1 trained her to handle thing? in the righi way. That would have tc be post- Kmed foi a lev. days though Jaba was still rather over-excited >y the lourney home. "Are you going to take me for walk. Bab?" she asked. 'Show you the garding.' war the obliging reply. "Not 'garding.' darling — 'garden.' " "Alice said garding," announced Jaba firmly with a startling imitation of the Cockney accent of the :hambennaia who had waited OD Jie Amberleys in London Clemency laughed. "Well, you say garden, and let's go out in it" corrected Clemency pa- drink, 1 tiently. "Please—want a dwink, Clemency." repeated Baba with unusual docility. Clemency gave her one. "Now want to go »leepy byes in your bed." Clemency was still wide awake when Baba had snuggled down and gone sound asleep again. When she slipped out of bed few minutes later. Baba was still sleeping soundly. The QUrseri had their own bathroom: Clemency wa? in and out of her tub in 10 minutes and lust finishing dressing when her small chargl woke up. To her relief they had breakfast uninterrupted, save for Lou- ilic who was very ready to o« friendly, and who spoke excellen 1 French and very passable English From what Clemency had al ready gathered from Justine I was clear that Baba's last nurse had made no real attempt at any kind of routine for the nurserj pLEMENCY had already been narlled by the beauty which tiad met her eye* when'she looked out this morning. Last night darkness bed fallen so soon alter theii arrival thai she had not bad time to take in the complete Rtting. Baba led her around, clinging to ber band and chattering. It *HRF obvious that she at lean war happy to b< nome. rhej came bj winding paths to tbe far lide of the house, through a door which led to a veritable paradise rosebuds grouped around a fountain which tossed multi-colored spray into tbe clear Algerian sunshine. As she stood still with an involuntary little sound of pleasure, the man who was reading in long chair on the veranda looked up frowningly. As be watched ber standing there, a faint flush ol excited pleasure on her checks. Piers Am- beriey's frown fadea and. putting aside his book, be rose and wehl down to her. (To Be The FBI examined 792.029 fingerprint arrest records in 1949. This exceeded 1948 by 4.3 per cent. Soy It With Flowers" Blvtheville AMMONIA FERTILIZER EQUIPMENT 1,000-Gallon Storage Tanks with all hose and fittings $497.50 E: '26750 BarksdaleMfg.Co South Broadway Phone 2911 A CAMERA Our Telephone Number 4438 Shelton Motor Co. "Say It With Flowers" 8LV THK.VILI.E FLOWER MART Mtmphk Riwa; Pfaone 6OU2 SHEET METAL WORK< OF ALL KINDS Custom work for gins, alfalfa mills, oil mills. Custom Shearing up to 1/4 inch thickness. Frank Simmons Tin Shop 117 South Broadway Phone Z651 Hearing Aid Users Now, you can get fresh, pre-tested Batteries for Any Kind of Hearing Aid at KIRBY DRUG STORES com inn tY M> Mmncc. me. T. «. mo. u. i FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS BY MEUULL This Figurt to WlnT ' "All right,-maybe she never was in Polynesia—but could you do it?" ^.smrT&l^Sr 0 ^ PRISCILI.A'S POP AH Cake nnd No Frosting BY AL VERMEEB IM SO HAPPY! IT'S OUR SECOND WEDDING ANNIVERSARY TODAY! AND DO YOU KNOW, IN ALL THAT TIME WE HAVEN'T HAD A THEM HEVER HAD THE FUN OF MAKING UP? When It Started BY MICHAEL O'MALLEY and RALPH LAN! AU Of THOSE SO-CALLED ACCIDENTS"HAVE BEEN TRAPS, ALEC. SOMEBODY IS TRYING TO MAKE VtM/ FANTASTIC. YOU'VE BEEN LISTENIN6 I YOU CAN BE AWFULLY TO TOO MANY RADIO / DJM8 .' DOESN'T IT 51RIA15, BOBBY RAND. /OCCUR TO VOU WHEN YOU BE6AN HAVING THKE"ACCIOENTS''? K WELL, LETS T THI DAY AFTTR SEE. ABOUT TWO I we ANNOUNCED WEEKS AGO, WASM'T IT 9 '«. I»M BY KEA SEtlYICC. INC. r. M. REO. W. 8. FAT. OF BY LESLIE TURNEB THM S A RATTIER HEAVEN: THIS CAV GIU65 Utf- HE SHIVEC Efcsv! FOR SALE Onerrt* cmfterti, 12 tneb to 48 Inch, plain or rrcnforced Al*u C*ncrele Building Blocks cheaper than lumber for barn* chicken boasts, pamp taovsr*. tenant hoasea Cool sheds We deliver Call H for free estimate. TILE OSCEOLA & CULVERT CO. Phen* Ml Concrete Culvert Tile Siiei «p to « tat Corrugated Metal Culverts Sires >p to 84 In. AXnmatir Flood Gate* Concrete Septic Tanks Metal Septic Tanks Sewer Tile "e»: Pricrt We IJeMter A.H.WEBB Phone 114 PKISfHTS "MUSIC WITH THt STRONG APfUl" BUGS BUNNY Can We FIclp You Chew? ARMORY HALL* May 2 Advance Price .. 1.20 person At the Door 1.50 person Tickets on Sale at Kirby's cloudiness high 65 Minimum thLv. Maximum ycstoV. Sunset, today—S:<1^ -, Precipitation 24 hours, today—none. ' Total since Jan. 1-2431 Mean temperature fmi twcen hiTh and low)—60. Normal mean for April- Al. This Date I-asl Year Minimum thl; morning—62. Maximum yesterday—72. P 'riilaUon j an i to this —22.15.. Low Rates on Box or Flash Cameras Call 36-17 — West Main STORE Chamblin Sales Co. • Sales & Service • "Your Friendly Studebaker Deafer" RAILROAD & ASH PHONE 6888 I MIGHT RUSTLE UP TK' ENERGY T' CHAW A CRUNCKIS, DOC.. BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Instructions RY EDGAR MARTIN

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