The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 12, 1949 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 12, 1949
Page 13
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f PAGE THIRTEEN BLYTHEVTLLB (ARK.)' COURIER OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams NEWS STARTED USING IT FOR AM AUTOMOBILE . -TESTING. : '^%Tj I L^ —^i-o^ ji^r* ^\ <^ &MML^^^}>- Our Boarding House with Ma j. Hoople FOR SALE Concrete culverts U inch tu 48 inch, plain 01 reenlorced Also Cunrretr Kullding Block* cheaper than lumber tot barns chicken houses, Dump ium&ev " tenant houses, loo] slieds We deli vet CalJ us fur free estimate Phone 631 OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO. • You Can Tell the Difference in Good Shoe Repair KflLTSRS QJflLlTY SHO€ SHOP IZ! W. MAIN ST. Someone By IRENE LCNNEN ERNHART HA8M/ SAMS OLT3 WAGS/ AS A MftTVER OF FACT, I'M QUITE sasy HOME COP SAYS I'LL JUST POT YOU IKI A CAGE/ IMPATIENT AKJ •SPEEDED UP THE THE < BUSIEST OF 05 M. I9«9, Hit. SERVICE. INC WOODS Drug Store Experienced Prescription Service WOODS Drug Store FLOWER SHOP XOBC I* lob JCBB^ , CBflHl* «b«M1 With •» Oil* frlP-Bd. «)»» f?v«feMJIll Wfctl^ litntnK A«1 Jrnity «r«-> I'ntf I'nd itornn^i «rc Jrnity »m cnr« ^traickl la s tabu whcrr I-.U ell*. * • • LX ' ' ' • IENNY tried to collect hersell as the cab slippea through the rainy' streets Everything seemed to be spinning and crashing about ner She nad Uiought that except lor the (act that they were living with the Duncans, she and Tod were reasonably nappj together "At least give Tod a chanc* to explain. 1 * Nina urged : Tht cab stopped in front ol Nina's apartment and she handed the driver a bill as she got out The rain had ceased. "You're coming m, aren't you Jenny? You'lJ feel difterently, when you've bad a cup of good strong coffee, and ['11 whip up soirte tuna fish salad." Jenny shook her head "I'm doing home first, but I'll be back in a little while." The Duncans were home when she got there, except Tod ot course. Ma eame to the bedroom door and watched Jennj pack ner things. "Well," she exclaimed finally, "what do you think you're dom'?*" ^ "I'm going over to stay with Nina," Jenny said quietly. "You takm 1 . all your things?" Ma said incredulously. T "Yes." "TOeavin' for good, huh?" There WM * ring ot triumph In the words. Harriet appeared, magazine tu hand, to peer over her mother's shoulder. • • • JENNY turned to face them. Her J eyes brimmed with tears. "I'm leaving for good. , 1 nope you'll be satisfied. If oil never wanted me Sere, or tried to make it easy tor Too ana me. so we coulrl make a ;o of oui marriase " J So you're runniD" oul on mm ilready! I told mm what sort you were Time and time again 1 said to nim. I said—" Ma began, ner voire began, (o drown out the ;ports announce: ''I saw Tod downtown with .Liz Conover—01 Courtnej rather." Jenny threw oack nei mouth ;rembline with anger "They were meeting each other in a restaurant She was waiting there for him/' ''Oh,"Ma said sarcastically, -'so you've been spying on him Next :hlng we Know you'll have a detective traihn nim." ' '1 didn'i spj I iust happened see mm." The tears blurred everything and tier face burned like ore 'I'D nave you to know." Ma cried, "that if he was meeting Liz Conover. it's your own fault, tor nai>gin at him. and comolaimn' Don't think we didn't hear you quarrelin with nim. The walls ain't thai thick And I said to Harriet at the time. I said—' 'Oh, please!" Jenny said abruptly. "Let's not talk about it" She snapped the suitcase shut "You schemed and Briagled to get mm to marry you. when-you knew air the time he was stllj 'in love with ner Caught him on the rebound, you did, so I say it'serves you right." Jenny; got ner fur jacket out of the closet ripping the mothproof bag off *so. It would be' easier to carry. \She tip-toed for a hatbox Harriet' broke^ln shrilly "I told Ma LJZ would see she made a mistake and corrie back to him, anc he'd get her yet. Love don't di so easy, as all that It's 1usl lik the story I was readln'—" she waved her; magazine at Jenny. ' Gathering up the natbox suitcase and fur inckel, Jenny pushec past them. Joe nad the gumptior to-open the apartment door' foi her. Later she-wept, in- Nina's arms The doorbell of the apartmen anp . about .eight and Nina an- Jenny was *tj|| ir me «Jtoheheite innkinp eollee ncard Nina's voice and then Tod's, snd ner nearl ocgnn to pound and ncr hands grew cold. r • • OD itooa in the Kitchenette doorway ms -face sooei. nis olue eyes grave and troubled. He shut the door behind him •Jenny lifted ner chin and stared at mm Boldly -'Well?" Ele swallowed nervously. "Jenny you —that is. Ma said—" He stepped forward and put both nandF on the table. ''Liz }honpa rne today I didn't .tnow it was Liz until 1 called the num- bej on m y pad at the olflce Sh« wanted me to meet ner. begged me tried to refuse, but sne insisted Maybe I shouldn't nave gone, even at that, but—well, 1 did." - . • . A little red skillet clock hanging over the kitchen range made a lot ol racket ticking in the stillness, i 'And what did Liz want?" Jen- nj said at last. 'It turned out to be nothing so important after all. - She lust—" He broke ofl and a wave ol red climbed across his face.' He shrugged. "Just wanted to see you?" Jenny suggested "To tell ' you she'd made a mislake. 1 suppose." 'She didn't know 1 was married until I told her " He came around back of nei and put his nands on her shoulders and slid them down her arms She did not move, but her bones were meltlnj "Jenny, 1 wouldn't have hurt you tor anything : When Ma told me what had happened 1 felt miserable to think I'd^hurt-yoil like that."^ J _» Jenny began jo feel' ashamej ' Nina.ivas" right she should: have given him a chance to explain. t Tod went on talking He Knew how s^he felt about the apartment, and living with Ma and Harriet- and Joe He'd find a place'where they could be alone together, even * U it was iust one room Later Nina suggested that they might lind a place tn the trailer camp near Markwood College. (To Ke Continued) Accidents cause 42 times a-s many deaths among us children does infantile paralysis'. Soybean Sacks new 10 oz. FALL SEEDS Alfalfa, Rye, Wheat, Oats & Vetch BLYTHEVILLE SOYBEAN CORP. 1800 W. Main St. Phone 856 - 857 RENT A CAR Drive Anjwhrr* Too Ple«st Simpson Oil Co. Phone 937 BAGS BAGS BAGS BAGS We offer now bags, never used, at about the price of used bags, heavy 10 ounce burlap, no patches, no bad seams and no rotten bags. Also No 1 used bags as low as 20c each. The bags are stored at Gay & Billings warehouse across the street from the Frisco depot. See the samples there and buy hags that will last you thru the season. , Phone W78-3752 PAUL D FOSTER DISTRIBUTOR lilytheville, Ark. Phone 2723-2700 BRANN TILE & FLOOR CO. , • Asphalt Tile Floors • Hardwood Floors • Rubber Tile Floors • Rnclc VVool Insulalion • Weaiher Stripping • Ornirncnlal Iron Work • Plastic Tile Wahs All Work Guaranteed A. L. (Al) Sullivan, Jr. IHarold C. Brann 114 N. 2nd.' 2462 Phones 43 fill "Sometimes t think, maybe he's right, Mrs. Jones—h« should be a cowboy instead of another Paderewsktl" WEDNESDAY, OCTOBBH 12, J949 FRECKLES A*D HIS FRIENDS BY MERKILL BLOB8KI ^^s^gr-^J PROPEU.ER or w , soto Huwcweos oc 'a* \ PRESCRIPTION SERVICE O«r years ol. experience assure you that when you J present a prescription order to us. It will be expertly compounded from - fresh pure drugs You can be sure at Rothrork's ROTHROCK'S DRUG STORE THE GRAVES COMPANY r\L \ITOI\S Real t Bn IIUMI n Phone 3075 STUDE-BAKER Cotton Picking : Contest Specials p 1949 Sdidebaker 1-Ton Pickup—'50 Arkansas license, very, very low mileage. « 1946 Chevrolet l'/ 2 -Ton Cab &, Chassis—'50 , Arkansas license, 825x20 llrcs <m rear, motor »nd body In good shape. Q 1912 International !z-Ton Pickup—an cvLcllcnt truck at a very low price. 1939 Dodge Vi-Ton—a good, low pi iced truck. H FOR REAL SERVICE—FOR REAL VALUE Chamblin Sales Co. Railroad and Ash phone 888 ST UDEBAKER I'RFSCIU.A'S POP Man of His War A BY AL VERMRRR SEE HERE, HAZEL! VOU'VE t* I KNOW WHAT I'M I'M A MAN. , A JELLY FISH/ SIMPLY GOT TO .eivME MORE SPENDING MONEY! WORTH...AND BY MICHAEL O'MALLEY «nd RALPH LANE J'M BACKING IN, BUCK.DONT FOBSfT" ^l«»^^c DEVELOPS. J THE MOON'S RISEN AND ITS UGHT fi& DAY. IFTHEVTBIED \S YES. AND TO KXLOW US YsTAlljCOP/HIGHT OOTSIDETONKHT, f DISCOVER THAT VEBA. THEY'D } HIS CBAFT WAS FOUNDER .' A TAXING WAFER. LET SLEEPING DOGS LIE, CUEK INFORM ME WHEN THEY HAVE SUNK.' YOU'D BETTER OOMS. VEBA! THIS lOOtrt LIKE THE WOMtNT ' , Let's Take Our Tim*j ''•» BY LESLIE TURNER I SHOULDUE KNOWN VOU COULDN'T BE UNFAIR. TO ANYONE fe«M£T1 HSft'SECOMO HUS9MID! TOO...BJT SHt MUSED HI* TERRIBLY 1 I HATE TC7MEPOLE IN «OPtE'S HFFNRS WIT I SUESS WE 'OUGHT* W SO*E THINS ABOUT IT 8V MEANS I HE WU3HT- UH- OOUBTYODE IOVALTY JACKSON'S DOIUd MOW BUGS BUNNY HOW'M I P0IN', BUSS? HAVE I PIMISHEP ORIVIN6 CX3UR6E? YEAH... I'VE LEARMEI7 EVeRYTHIKIG I KNOW/ WHAT KINO OF CAR 5KOUUP i BUY; NOW THAT I'VE LEARNEP TO PRIVE7 "' APVIC6 16... T' d€T ONC WITH RUBKR FENPCRS/ SWELL PETUNIA... SWELL/ Okay, Sheriff! BY V. T. HAMLIN VICTIM. 5HEEIFK •»UU- FIND i MOKE . - .. THAN 'ISffiftOfflff BOOTS AND HKR BUDDIES BY EDGAR MARTIN A Tl^t "VV\\M6 l . HW6^. rS

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