The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 8, 1949 · Page 9
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8ATURDAT, OCTOBER i, BLYTHEVTLLE (AHK.) COURIER NEWS OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams Our Boarding House with Maj. Hoople PAGE NINB I'Je WONlfrt&*3 I 0U'R6 CWAMP- 10 AT CACVIWG H6 GOOSE SO 0L> SET TUfe 56ST SLIC6, BUT GKAIOD PRIX IM LOMDOM, PARIS AND POWef TO A' wSOT. CAM CHIP » OFF THE SIX A LIFE TABLEAU OM Trie TOMS OP rue RA3AH BOCKS YOU 80RROVOED TH& RED SRAN6E 6£AT MICHIGAN <{0* MAVDR FATUeTbiO M6Re CHILD'S A MEMORY YOU HA\;E = FOR SALE Concrete cul«ru 12 inch to «* Infih, plain ot reenforccd &!*• Conir.t* Bulldlnc Blocks cheaper than lumber Coi barm, chicken houMft, pump houses, tenant house., ton I shed* We deliver Call us (or free estimate Phone 691 TILE OSCEOLA & CULVERT CO. You Can Tell the - Difference in Good Shoe Repair WOODS Drug Store Experienced Prescription Service WOODS Store Drug Someone to C«t|iii*'. ntt. MCA SKVICt, IMC •r IRENE LONNEN ERNHART THE 9TOHY> •»ece. I, U Co* wllfc •••(her •§• Jemmy P»lr»- B4 •< To4'» wh* bin, trie* !• re. Llm'. (Ilkir k |«k. I. .pile To* y»e« •• '•VES. Tod." Her voice was * ^husky .whisper. ['I'll marry A. strange gayety caught them iw. They tumbled things into the icnic basket belter skelter. "We'll get our blood tests to- lorrow," Tod saici. "I'll pick you p during your lunch hour." Jenny nodded, her eyes tam- ient : . "I'll see about the license, Jen- iy, and then, let's see, the tbree- iay wait would make it Thursday. Would Thursday be the day for "Thursday wHl be wonderful, "od. Oh darling, I'm so 'incred- ')Iy happy!** - Tod had a crazy idea they ough' o go somewhere and celebrate lielr engagement, but Jenny wanted to go home. She had so .nany things to do. ' Jenny had picked up the Sun. lay morning paper from the porch "ind brought it into the house with her »nd, as she thumbed Wly through it after Tod had left, her attention was caught by a large picture m the society section. I was a shipboard pose ot Liz and Jim Courtney. Liz, as usual, looXec sophisticated and charming. "Mr. and Mrsf James B. Court ney, III, whose surprise elopement look place in March, wil return next week to their new home in Shawnee Place." • • • WfHAT Jenny did not know wa " that Tod had seen the pictur of Lar. AH day long he had bee All day lone he had been haunted by that picture. Lli'i smile, her dark, mocking eyes had obsessed his thoughts. launted by that picture. Liz's smile, her dark mocking eyes hac obsessed his thoughts all day long And, as he hud turned to Jenny during -those first few weeks, ; now he turned to her lor comfort again When he had said he needed her he was not lying. Married to Jenny he was sure he would no longer feel this sharp need for Liz, this tormented longing for the sigh and touch of her. He knew that Jenny was in love with him. In the beginning he had felt regret at the knowl edge, but now he was glad. Jenny's attractiveness lay more in her charming ways. She had none of Liz's, petulance or pouti ness. He would not be a slave t Jenny, as he would have'been t iz, but he was sure they could e happy together. His mother and Harriet and Joe would not be pleased, because they ised lo think the Poleskas. Pop ind the motherless Jenny, were ligh and mighty, acting v in the Did days when the two families ived in the same neighborhood. Ma used to disapprove ol his be- ng at the Poleskas so much. She iad been pleased when he quit ieeing Jenny altogether^ Ma had ilways bragged about him when ic v/as in college, and she had worked hard and deprived Joe and -larriet of things to dend him extra money. They'd kept a scrapbook ol clippings from the sports pages and showed it to everyone they When he became engaged o Li?. Conover, Ma had been half hysterical with joy. 1 '" MONDAY evening he came home to find Ma all up in the air. "Tod, Mr. Conover phoned you. He wants a definite answer about the job he offered., you. You're "Let's see, you've taken the lamps, the mirror* and the dishes—do you think we can trust the movers hot to break our new stove?" FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS BY MERRILL BLOSSER Cliisuler lUAWK'S FOR S«LUWG- f^Ei GIRLS / ITS GREAT if**.' rue NATIONAL UMWW K».T\MRP^ SEASONS AUTHORIZES SUCHTSAHSACDONS OMLY UNDER VfRY SPECIALCONDfflOUS/ ICE. 1*6. T. M. RIO. V. PRISCn.LA'S POP No Time Like llic Future 1!Y AL VEKMKKR the job he offered., you. You're 5oin' to take it, ain't you, hon?" Her voice was shrill with urgency. "Besides there's always the chance that Liz—" 'Look, Ma, I've got a job, and I've got other plans, too." "What plans, son? Why do you be so stubborn when somebody tries to be nice to you?" There was a lot more.. Ma even cried. She made him so rhaS he almost blurted it out that he was going to marry Jenny, but he didn't' He just smoothed things over and jollied Ma up the best he could. And he was sure now it was best not to tell her. He lay awake a long time that night, torturing himself with conflicting thoughts about Jenny and Liz and the job with the Conover Agency; how he would get through that last year of college; how horrible it would be if he made a_ mistake marrying Jenny, hurting" her. He must never hurt Jenny. (To Be Continued) i Accidents cause 42 times as many | deaths among us. children as dees infantile paralysis. • , Flu wen THE FLOWER SHOP Olen'coe Bulidlni FLone «91 w IT« RENT A CAR DrlTe Anywhere T» Plraie Simpson Oil Co. Phone 937 Soybean Sacks new 10 ox. FALL SEEDS Alfalfa, Rye, Wheat, Oats & Vetch BLYTHEVILLE SOYBEAN CORP. 1800 W. Main St. Phone 856 - 857 STABBS Service Refrigeration and OIL STOVE REPAIR Phones 2559-55* Blytheville Willys Sales Co. 410 B. Main In England It's the Chemist Shop In France It's th» Apothecary Shop In Blytheville It's BARNEY'S DRUGSTORE For Expert Prescription Service DEFOLIATE ..by AIRPLANE Perfect coverage. Defoliant available »t eompetitiv* price*, SCRAPE AGRICULTURAL SERVICE 2 Miles Soiilh of Iliylheville Phone 43S8 BRANN TILE & FLOOR CO. Asphalt THe Floors Hardwood Floors -Rubber Tilt Floors Rock Wool Insulation Weather Stripping Ornamental Iron Work Plastic Tile Wall] AI! Work Guaranteed 'A. L. (Al) Sullivan, Jr. Harold C. Brann HI N. 2nd. 24G2 Phones 4360 PRESCRIPTION SERVICE Our years ol experience assure you that when you present a prescription order to us. It will be expertly compounded from fresh pure drugs. You can be sure at Rothrock's ROTHROCK'S DRUG STORE X < CQ UJ O z> H (/» S T U D E B A K E R Compare These Trucks With Any You See 1947 International l!/j-Ton Slake, perfect from body to 1950 license. 1948 Studctmkcr 1-Ton I'ickup, an excellent (ruck in every way, 1918 Studebaker '/ z -Ton Pickup, very low mileage and not a scratch on if. 1346 Dodge 1-Ton I'ickup, motor just overhauled. 1946 Ford 1-Ton Slake, an ideal farm truck in good mechanical condition. Ciiamblin Sales Co. tt! UJ ^ < OQ IU Q D r- (/* Railroad and Ash Phone 888 BILUONS FOR THIS... BILLIONS MONEY, -MONEY, MONEY!' EVERYBODY'S GOT HIS ' HAND OUT. FOR MONEY! MAYBE TO BETTER COME BACK LATER AND COLLECT FROM MRS. NUTCHELU VIC FLINT More Rowbuals STOW MANTOORP IN THE LA7ABET THEN III CO/VIE BACK AND TIDY BY.MICHAEL O'MALLEY and ItALPH LANE WE HEARD A BOAT PUT OUT FROM THE •VIKING*, i THINK IT STOPPED AT THE THENJETFI GOT SEASICK 'AND WE HAD TO LAN GO AWAY/ I'll CO/WE OUT AND SEE YOU WHEN THE TOWN •/ BUI1D5 I Y6AH WELL, LET'S INVESTIGATE.' CAPTAIN EASY Two Arrivals BY LESLIE TURNER STUDEBAKER COME IM, MB.WILTV. MADAM IS WAITIN6 FOR YOU U HER ROOMS. THIS WAV... AMD JUST K/VOCkT OU OOOP THAklKS BUT I MUSTN'T CONSIDER MV OWH FEEUIN6S...TW5 IS LOH6 OVERDUE! you KIPS WAIT HEC0! PARLIWSI I'VE 6OT TO TALK To YOU NOWJ BUGS BUNNY HOW C'N ONS GUY AWAY SO MANY / HSY/YSK A poor I SHORTER'N YA V/A5/ yVmAT HAPP6NEP?' X* ^, CAN'T SAY TH' POR THAT STOOL I WAS SITTIN' ON N-MOTHIM 1 HAPPENED LTO 5E «R TO POOJ2. OLD OCP IN THE H\NDS Or THAT MOOV!r\N SWITCH VOCTOK-! \VELL IVE TIME-MACHINED/ Kf^..' GUESS 1 MKHT AS WE'LL AND HEK. GANG ( PASS THE TIME UNTIL THE Of KSDN^PEeS BXCK \ SHERIFF ^.RRIVES BY TO MOO...THEy'RE OUT J TUNING IN THE VIEW-SCPEEN... Or KEXCH _ 1_>W-.. BUT BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES The Critics HY KIHJAR MARTIN

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