The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 3, 1950 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 3, 1950
Page 13
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 1950 Bt,W!EVlLLE (AllK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THIKTW* DUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams Our Boarding House with Maj. Hoople 1 THAT BI BUMCH AWPF-SPlVlT-TiY* DASH IT ALL.' VJe'LL.VJRESTUG JAKe's A^rO AMY TIME IF BURKE AINTV COST A \MAU<lM6 EXHIBIT OF RI60R MORTIS, D0NT YOU) DATE HlftA FOR A WALTZ VvJttH e&KlMO PERIOR SKILL AlOO COURAGE, AMD fJEV/Ef? LET IT BE 6A.ID VO&. THE REMEMBERER BY HER WIN A BLACK [Political knnouncement he Courier News has been authorized to announce the following can- kiidates, subject to the Democralic primaries. July 25 and August 8. FOR COUNTS JUDGE Roland Green STATE REI'KKSKNTATIVE I.. H. Autry Re-election Post No. 3 John Cowan Kenneth S. Sulcer ' post No. 1, C. "Gene" Fleeiran re-election Post No. <) For State Senator W. R. Nicholson J. Lee Beardon r rilK S I OH V i Cl«-mi-nr> iWrco* t* iiurM^ry >;tkvr rnf»» CA Halt A. HIII til I ilnii^hlf-r ol Jnn ati.l Syrie Airilirrle-y. win Eiv<* In (he di'Mirf hnine of IMcr* .\inln-rl.-y. Jurt'* brother. Syrie hn» xhoivn Jralon^y %vkfd Clenu-ni-> ntiKMrlnlnt vrllh I'lcr* and I'Svmmpy hn* ln't-n inld To rrniciln In her <>*«•* part nt Ihp »i<m«r, Al «i Knthnrr-t: »f Syrle'p WMCT Television on Wednesday 1:30 p.m.—News Roundup 1:45— WMCT Neusrncl 1:09—MWSnutli News 2:15—Household Hints 1:30— Fashion Parade 3:00—Hello, lollies 3:30—Howdy Doody 4:00— Cactus Jim 4:30—News Roundup 5:00—Kukla, Fran £• Ollie 5:30— Rot>crla Quintan 5:45~WMCT Nowsrcel 8:00—Film Fealurette «:?0— Featurcltc 7:00—Television Theater 8:00— Break Ihe Bank tfllt-iirthur Godfrey 4jf7-Ho]iil.T) Hotel 10:00—News Summary We offer complete Television service.. .supplying and installing General Electric, Motorola, »nd Capeharl models. FOR FREETSTTMftTK XII fT was not until she hnd found •* herself abruptly catapulted out ot Sidl Barata. that Clemency realized how completely, during almost a month's residence, she naci crown into her surroundings. Whatever drawbacks it might have from the ooint of view of cotnpan- jonship, the self-supporting little colony of the oasis gave her strangely sheltered feeling. When found herself standing on the steps of the hotel ol Biskra, watching the car which was carrying Syrie away, she (ell rather as If garments of dluc and emerald, ot rose and purple and scarlet—tVie colors very often mingled in one costume—their dark heads bound with equally brilliant silken scarfs. and bands of sequins—sat or reclined, or bniii down to exchange laughing sallies with the white- rohed men who PEISSC-J or paused. Unveiled women, with painted f;iccs n nd ey e? lienvy wit h koh I: bold challenging eyes and teeth that Clashed like Ihc towels they wore so plentifully. Clemency was still watching this strange musical comedy scene •vhon a voice spoke beside her: "Excuse me butting in, but I shouldn't j;o down there—" She turned quickly, and found herself staring up into the good- looking, rather embarrassed face of the speaker "Well," as she turned to retrace her way he fell Into step besid* her. "you arc British, aren't yen?" "I am. And you're Canadian?" "Scotch Canadian Name of Sanderson, ['m on my way back to the Continental, too—to pick up my mother and sister " "Sanderson!" Clemency t exclaimed "I believe 1 met your mother and sister a little while ago Al Colonel Amberley's house —Red Aloes " HE* MIKKt. (*C, T. M. REG. II. 6. FAT. Vr. FRECKLES AND HIS KHIENDS BY MERKI1X BIXM0U Conversational Art "You can call it five o'clock shadow if you want to, you'll still have to wash your (ace!" but VERMBFH •oung man in the gray suit swept off his hat. "Please tor- give rue. he apoloc,i?.ed. "I as- :she'had bccn'riirned adrift in the I sure you I'm not trying to be fresh ; wor l,l (but—you're a stranger around There was a day's freedom be- here. I guess, and—there are some !fore Her :=yrie. who hail brought ports of the town n larfy shonldn Clemency to Biskra, hnd gone on explore—anyway, not alone." ;to Algiers to visit friends, and "And not always In company. Clemency was on her own for the) gather." said Clemency coolly day I "Thank yon. But She was standing watching the people when a tall, bronzed young •man In a light gray suit with rather broad-brimmed hat tilted matter c I TELEVISIONS RADIO SALES AND SERVICE U8F MAINS! BIYTHEVILIE, ARK. Our Telephone Number 4438 Shclton Motor Co. li. 'over his eyes. caught sight of her. jontl paused to stare unno;iced al what instantly appeared to Hm the 'most attractive rj-rl he hat* seen !or many 'a long day. Clemency walked away, and after a very slight hesitation the all stranger walked in the some direction. A few minutes later Clemency aused again, drawing a quick breath of delighted appreciation. Ahead of her stretched a street which presented as much color to her fascinated gaze as even her love of it needed. Over tile green balconies ot the while houses gaily-hucd draperies hung, and behind them women in fact I wasn't going to explore." she was inexperienced she ha< read widely, and she guessed tha this was the street of the dancin girls, though it had not occurre to her al once. Then: "Please don stand in this sun witnout a hat she begged quickly. "It's gcttin too hoi to be out in It at all. I am going back to the hotel now." His concern for her had been obviously so genuine that she felt it would have been absurd to be stand-ollish. And thank you very much," "Thank you," he stressed the pronoun, and then a him ol mischief in those very pleasant hazel eyes: "Particularly for not freezing me with a well-bred British stare." She laughed outright. "Reallyl" you did I was unfortunate enough to miss that V " lie had not thought it un- Umnto al the time, not even when his sister went back and old him he hacl missed meeting n extremely pretty girl. Clemency said: "I am Clemency 'ortan—Baba's governess." Glad to meet you. Miss Moron." He stopped to shake hands Now we are properly Introduced." "And the British conventions re duly satisfied." said Clemency emurely. Otherwise she supposed his would have been—even if » very nine one—an undoubted pick-up! Something quite defi- itely not in her line: though sh« tod no Intention of explaining hat. 'You've come over with some ot the Red Aloes people. I suppose?" le asked. "No. I'm alone. Mrs. Jon Am- berlcy was on her way to Algiers, she dropped me and they are sending a cor to collect me later." That was s let-out anyway! If there was one person he detested it wns Syrie Amberley. Her new acquaintance steered Clemency back to the hotel, and b., the time they got there she had learned that his father had owned lot of property !n Algeria, and that he and his mother and sister had come over to settle things up. His mother was "nuts" on this part of the world, but he preferred his native heath. And. anyway, he had quite enough of Afric» during the War. It would have been impossible not to like thij large young man; there was something about him which made her think of a friendly Newfoundland dog—with a senw. ot humor. (To - - - ContlnDer?) The FBI examined 792.029 fingerprint arrest records in 1949. This exceeded 1946 by 4.3 per cent. PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Slock Guaranteed Best Prices Kirby Drug Stores RENT A CAMERA Low Rates on Box or Flash Cameras Call 3647 — West Main BARNEY'S DRUG STORE SHEET METAL WORK OF ALL KINDS Custom work for gins, alfalfa milts, oil milts. Custom Shearing up to 1/4 inch thicknems. Frank Simmons Tin Shop 117 South Broadway Phon« 2B51 AMMONIA FERTILIZER EQUIPMENT 26750 '297,50 1,000-Gallon Storage Tanks with all hose and fittings $497.50 BarksdaleMfg.Co. South Broadway Phone 2911 [Searing Aid Users Now, you can gel fresh, pre-tested Batteries for Any Kind of Hearing Aid al KIRBY DRUG STORES Concrete Culvert Tile Sixes ip (o 36 in. Corrugated Metal Culverts Sizes ip to 84 In. Ailnmnlk Flood «i»le« Concrete Septic Tankt Melal Septic Tnnks Sewer Tile Bcs: Prices We ntUtn A.H.WEBB llljliffai Bl j»l S\*it IJnt Phone 714 FOR SALE OnereU nlrcrU, It Inch {nch, plain *r recntorced. Al»* ConcreU Building Blocki cheaper than lumber for barns ehlckei honsem, ponip hnaseft, tenant housei. tool ihedi W« deliver. Call u fat free wtlnute. OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO. Fh«nt ML MCA "MUSIC WITH TH< STRONG ^ PtRSO -^ ARMORY HALL Moy 2 Advance t'rice .. 1.20 person At the Door 1.50 person Tickets on Sale at Kirby's You'll Love Our Flowers! BLYTHEVI1.I.E FLOWER MART Krtnphlf fffwaj Phonr M02 Our Telephone Number 4438 Shclton Motor Co. Ctiamblin Sales Co. • Sales & Service • "Vour Friendly Studebaker Dealer" RAILROADS, ASH - PHONE 6888 VES! I'VE BEEH MARRIED 1 M YEARS AND I'VE NEVER RETURNED AN EMPTY DISH PR13CILLA.. WILL YOU RETURM THIS PLATE TO VOUR MOTHER; OH, WELL... 14 VEAR5 PRETTY GOOD OH, BOY! COOKIES! SURE, MRS. BOT1S BY M1CHARL O'MAU.EY and RALPH LANH 7 ITS CYMTIUA. SHE WANTS US fOR OINNfrU TOHI6HT— All THREE Of US. Y0U MFANCWT BAKER 15 ACTUALLY €OtHG TO SHARP \OO WITH VOUR FIANCEE AND A FRIEND? ME HE DOWN-- fKL MINT / Ma. STEEL, AGAIN, VE5, AITHOUSH US DOESN'T KNOW IT VET, AND HIS FIAWCEE-- WOUIDN'T DO TO EXCLUDE HER, NOW t-WOULD IF" ' I I FEEL IN THE MOOO FOR A PARTY. TEIL THE COOK THERE WILL BK GUESTS FOR DINNER, JAMES. Won t You Join r,ESUE TURNER bfFMt A5LCAU vou COYOTE! THIS SWOKE WHIPS UPc AND ft W6T SHIET WKftFS APOUMD ME. H1W OFF BALANCE That's Different I'M LOOKIN TH' PICTURES AX GO CM, YOU GUYS. BEAT IT.' I JUST SWD THE RIGHT THING TO YOU MEAN OOP GOT It- KIND OF /\ H1XLJP WITH THE AIRLINE PEOPLE ? MY .STAR'S He?V5 HE 60ING to <SET HOME? DS7ES6ED- UP APE. 1 WONT EVEN TRY

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