The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 28, 1950 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 28, 1950
Page 13
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FRIDAY, 'APRIL 88, 1980 •LI'IREf 1LLE '(ARK.y COURIER NEWS PJMM OUT OUR WAY By J, R. Williams Our Boarding House with Mai. HoopU WELL. BAG titVlSSlXK*/—* J^»>«e «-0 . u—ft-.,^,. WAS OUST THiW*lH<3 rr WAS *&( VOOR SMILE I* HKftt TM^M TIME 60M6 EXPERT BISCUIT- £2> A WALKED ISi. SO T RAK60 Art EXTRft TXSZCfJ Yf 6ROCERV OPPtR—ALL ° N SIT DOVJH-~ tLLj 1'Ve HAD IW MV MOUTH rjwe WHERE'S HARRY? I KNOW HE'D •LIKE TO see THIS- HE.\M\S OUT TALWN'TOTrf WATCHkAAN/ Dot b- ME* 5CKV1CI. INC FRKCKLES AND HIS FRIENDS BY MBMULL tfffltH Modern MeGrtw Political Announcement The Courier News has Wen authorized to announce the following candidates, subject to the Democratic primaries, July 25 nnd August 8. rOR COUNTY JUDGE Roland Green FOR STATE REPKKSENTATIVE L. H. Autry Re-election Post No. 3 John Cowan Kenneth S. Sulcer Post No. 2 E. 0. "Gene" Flceman (Fttr re-election Post No. *) O For State Senator *^ w. R. Nicholson J. Lee Beardon K'tuckyNo.31 Fescue Pasture Mixtures, / Alfalfa, SEED CORN State Certified COTTON SEED and SOYBEANS BLYTHEVILLE SOYBEAN CORP. UiflO W. Main Phone 6856 to ber uunrtera. VIH A LONE with Piers, Syrie turned back towards the house, "hey reached it iD unbroken silence, and climbing the three shallow sieps which led up to the veranda, she sat down in oue of the garden chair s. Syrie Amborlcy looked cool, and perfectly groomed, ia her fresh linen* frock. "Well nere we arc again, my dear—brother." She gave him a hall ironical glance. "1 am sure you have missed me?" "There are parlous ways ol missing people." he replied, without attempting to soften the bluntness of the words. "I rather wondered If you would come back." "Ah! But even then you remembered what a mercenary woman 1 am." She smoked for a few moments in silence staring across the garden, oer eyes narrowed against the ^lare. turning her bead, she gave him a direct, challenging look: "You do dislike me. Piers—don't you?" "Intensely." be agreed without any trace ol emotion. She wai uot a sensitive woman but something In lha* coldly im- personaJ announcement got under her skin. ShVwinced, her eyes are! You don't know how I should love to see you forced to shed that armor There must be a man inside it somewhere. I seem to remember—" Something in his Intent regard made her break ofl- OIIE shrugged her shoulder* and ^ rose tossing the end of her cigaret away "Since we have to live under the same root, cant we at least be—friendly enemies? "You know vhy you are here, Syrte Don't (orget the reason, he advised, and without waiting for a reply, turned and went into the house. Syrie stood looking alter him her hands clenching and uo- cJcncnmg. Throwing o n e s e I against a stone waU is not a pleasant pastime She wondered savagely why every now and then she seemed forced 10 do it. She was ui a viciously angr; "Oh, yes," *er*ed Omeacy. shall begin with teaching Baba her alphabet, simple counting and that kind oi thing—** "ViTEl^L, I thail J*a»e K aB eo- urely In your baud* And at course you will arrange with Louille when you want time ofl. You •an nave a car' one day a month, and sometime* oftener it you begin to feel you «r* service a life sentence." She roae surely th« most easy of employer*. Tbeo betitating: There'i tuat mint mood RADIO AND TELEVISION REPAIR Factory-Trained Mechanics Any Make or Model Prompt Service Reasonable Prices Phone 2642 We Pick Up and Deliver Fred CoHihan 110 So. First St., Rlytheville darkening. *ll you oated me, tt woul< make life almost endurable. A. least ft would show you are alive, she burst out Then recoverin some ol ber usual poise: "Hate is after alX the opposite end of th pole to—love." He laughed- "I dont hate you, Syrie; and 1 certainly don't iov you." She gave him an odd Look. "Ho quite boringly sure jl yoursell you a few minutes later, she entered the nursery; though rom hoi smiling exterior it would lave been difficult tor anyone who id not know her to fuive guessed. Syrie sat down, no reflection of the smile on her lips in her ice lue eyes. bope you feel that you are going to be happy. Miss Norton?" be ashed with deceptive friend- iness **Tt you have any difliculty with the servants, or—anything ot that Kind, remember thai as far as the nurseries are concerned you are Che person to give ord< and see that they are obeyed.* "Thanh you; but I donl think am likely to have trouble. Clemency replied, rather sur prised. "Louilie and AhQfted both seem very willing to do anything ! ask them to." "Good- Servants can be so difficult!" Syrie jerked ner shoulders iuipatiently, "As 1 told you, when 1 engaged you. I hate being bothered over nursery details This ifl your unquestioned domain, Doot let anybody interfere with you— not even Jon! I suppose vou will bave " some sort of itinerary for lessons and things?" —do you miad keeping to your own quarters?" She indicated tbc flower-til led fquarc beneaUi the window*. "1 donl like Baba derm* all over Uae place. Yon can get out on to the road by that door, and there arc walk* all about the Oasis." "Ot course. Mrs, Amberley. I—" "I'm so sorry to—sort ol box you in." Syrie** anile flashed. "The truth is—it'*—weii. Just *• liiile awkward. 1 like, to keep Baba away from Colonel Amberley as much as possible, because really although he u quit* sweet to her, 1 Know be to bored with a child about the place." She looked at Clemency with H cnarming barrassment "Between you and me. Miss Norton. I don't think any house was ever built large enough to contain two famiiie* — especially such a ooro bachelor act Colonel Am ber ley , l»- By temperament be u actually a recluse—tt he wasn't so frightfully food of Jon. and had not been so w OKI led about bi* health, t donl tfaJuok anything would bare Induced him to •' let even in Into oil ooroe. Again, strictly between ourselves, he almost dislikes women. You see—of course you wont let this go any farther—be waa ooce terribly in love with someoDe." 'Then in a lighter tone: The trouble lor our sex is that tbey will fall to* him. He can nav» nry pretty manners, and that raise* hope in the poor things. Kathleen used absolutely to lie In wail for aim; and the first girt I brotigbt out made an absolute idiot of herself." "You needn't worry. Mrs. Am- berlcy,* said Clemency quietly. "1 shall see that Baba la kept away from her uncle." <T» Be CaoUaved) The FBI examined 792,029 fingerprint arrest records in 1049. This exceeded 1948 by 4.3 per cent. "Say It With Flowers" Blytheville FLOWER MART Memphis iTIwaj Phone BOOT Arc You Protected Against TERMITES? "! Your house is worth a lot of money so don't let Termites cause expensive damage. Get protection now... but... BE SURE YOU GEfTHE BEST! H. C. Walls, a charter member and director of the State I'csl Control Association, ciin do your job right. Here's why: 1. Licensed longer than any operator ifi Mississippi County, i Longest continuous satisfactory record of STATE inspections in Northeast Arkansas. 3.' Your individual needs .honestly diagnosed. 4. Conscientious workmanship. 5 Sane plan of upkeep. Our Telephone Number 4438 Shelton Motor Co. "Say It With Flowers" BLTTIIEVrLLE FLOWER MART Memphis Hiw»j Phone 600Z WALLS 924 East Main CERTIFIED TERMITE SERVICE H. C. Walls Phone 3792 SHEET METAL WORK« . OF ALL KINDS Custom work fur gins, alfalfa mills, oil mills. Custom Shearing up to 1/4 inch thickness. Frank Simmons Tin Shop 117 South Broadway Phone 2651 Hearing Aid Users WSay It With Flowers" BLVTIIKVILLB FLOWER MART Memphis Hiwaj Photil 6002 Our Telephone Number 4438 Shelton Motor Co. RENT A CAMERA Low Rates on Box or Flash Cameras ' > Call 3617 — West Main BARNEY'S DRUG STORE Now, you pre- tested Any Kind of Hearing Aid at can get fresh, Batteries for KIRBY DRUG STORES FOR SALE Concret* cnlvrrU, U Inch to «! incL, plain or rccnforced. Concr«t«- Bvilding Block! cheaper than iamber for barns, ehlckea ho«ir», pimp houses, tenant ho«se». V») »hed». We d«U»er. Call mm t*r free nllmata. OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO. rh«M ML Concrete Culvert Tile Sizes ap ta 36 In. Corrugated Metal Culverts Sires ap to 84 In. Avlnmatlr Flood f»ale* Concrete Scplic Tanks Metal Septic Tanks Sewer Tile BCT: Price* We D*HTW A.H.WEBB H!(h«ay (1 at Sl»> Lta* Phone 114 MCA nnnrrs | "MUSIC W1TMTM ' STRONG BOB STRONG AMOHSORCHtSriU * I PERSO 1 ARMORY HALL May 2 Advance Pric* .. 1.20 person At the Door 1.50 p«rson Tickets on Sale at Kirby's Chamblin Sales Co. • Sales & Service • "Your Friendly Studcbafcer Deafer" RAILROAD & ASH PHONE 6888 "Don't stop to argue or Pop will deliver one of hit 'Now when 1 was a boy' speeches!" I'RISCILLA'S POP CARLYLFJ. DON'T WASTE YOUR ^ IM NOT WASTING TIME, POP1 THIS ft 1-VOW TED WILLIAMS STARTED AND MOW HE MAKE •H23JOOO TIME ON BASEBALL? FINISH SWEEPING THAT WALK? „ CONCENTRATE HY MICHAEL O'MALLET and RALPH LAlfl SI HAT TRUNK IS \IT WAS MEANT \ ITS ALL RIGHT. 1 \ BOT MOO CAN'T ( FIGHT THISTHttM AU3NC ANY MOOf. WHAT WOULD I TEU THE POLICE ? T1WT I'D ALMOST KILLED MYSELF. SEVERAL TIMES THESE PAOT' TWO WEEKS? I'M AFCAID THAT'S OUT. UStD K> STUDY BALLET. YOOKMOW, BEFOCE 5WITCHIU6 TO WATER CO IOCS. I NEVtfe DID BETTER LEAP. If D WITH BOOKS.] FOR TOU, AlEC. T Mksur WAVE /ANOTHEB ATTEMPT KILLED YCMJ.^^ 10/WKDtR YOU. NOW BELIEVE (WE AND CALL THE POLICE 9 CAPTAIN EASX BY LESLIE TURNER WE'lL HIDE THIS LADDER, AN' WHEW THEVEE FOUHO TOMOeeOW IT'LL LOOK LIKE THBV FELLOF-'FA TH' -EE WHILE SWOOPIU'IM TH'DAEK WAS FOC 115, WIKI— BLftZES.' oue FLflsHtfGKr's GET- TIHGDIMI IT WAV NOT LAST WUCH LONCEE1 THEY WON'T LftST LOUG AFTEE HE KLJUS CHITA SWELLS FOE THIVT GUM txmtt HE WITH THESC BAT HEY UP THERE! PUT THAT BUGS BUNNY WHERE YA HEADI.N' WITH THAT BUTTERFLY NBT, YESTERDAY CAKE WAS PELICIOUS/ PLEASE NOTE MY PERPECT CO-ORDINATION/ t JUST ^ HAP DINNER... I'M SOIN' FOR BY V. T. HAMLIN You ve Got Him IF I DIDN'T KNOW WHAT A VICIOUS KlLLEe THAT U'L OC RA,5CM- VflU. UP T'Bc. I Vv'OULDA. TAKEN HIM FOU PET,' NOW Y<7U RUN ALONG. FELLA- SO FIND YOUR MAMA TIGER KITTEN TH BY EDGAR MARTIN BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES

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