The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 4, 1950 · Page 17
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 17

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 4, 1950
Page 17
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(ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1W OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Willioms Our Boarding House with Moj. Hoople EGAD, JAKef WHILE YOU UPSTATS.AW CHAMPIOK! BAD \ BURKE KETURMED TO •OWW/-"-LiJ HIS 6EHAUF, I HERESY FORMALLY CHAU.6MSE YOUR ESKIMO ,,, . WRESTLER TO A ^ • FALU6 ALU , STUPE.' ive DUILT -> Kit-SG KuttJUK ifJTO A ' « THERE'S THE CHANCE TO GIVE SOPA A GOOP NO, NE.VER JUST L6TOM WE WAS SNOOZJN'AN \NS'Re ROLLIU' FULL TO TH.6 WAV \M&'LL (?ASSL6 CAR 16 F6R H.IHA TO ROPE ALL THRU THIS STUFF WITH OUT A PEOPLE SEE BETTER THAU LISTEN.' SREAT CA65AR) JAK&/ SUCH BLftTANYT bought Reel Aloes from the Caid U originally was. 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"Gene" Fleeman (For re-election Post No. *) For St-ite SenaCor W. R- Nicholson they reached the hotel, ; " Jeanetlc Sandcrison was standing at the top of Uic steps. She ran down them to meet her brother.' ! "Hamish. you wretch! We'U be frightfully late—" she broke off, i seeing Clemency. I "You know Miss Norton," said Ilamish. "I found her wandering about Biskra all on her own— she'll explain, and 1 ventured to offer myself as an escort" His sister gave Uim an 'am'used look. "Kind ot you." She shook hands warmly with Clemency. "I'm so glacl he found you. Mummy was thinking ol writing and suggesting that if. you were at a loose end you should come and see us sometime." And as her mother appeared: "M u m m y— here's Miss Norton." | They were the friendliest and most charming family. Discovering that Clemency was alone anc had nothing to do with her afternoon—for it would have been much loo hot to walk about for | the next few hours—Mrs, Saiider- !son swept her into their car an( I back to their villa for the rest o the day, leaving word at the note where she could be found, f Lieutenant Le Blois dropped in lo tea, and from the way he an nexed Janette it was clear when Ins admiration lay. While the ottiers swam, Mr; ^Sanderson talked to Clemency i"l have known the Arnberfc boy* since they were childrei JAnd then after 1 married, an imy husband and 1 spent pa 'ol the year here, 1 saw a fa "arr/junt of Piers when he came t 'si/y with his cousin—the one wh Piers ought not to have rented his Sussex property, but — he preferred to leave England." "He loves Red Aloes." "Yes. There are certain people Ihe desert calls: but as 1 tell him, he ought to hove spent part of his time in Britain. However — " she broke ofl with a sigh, and added after a moment: "Piers is an extremely line person. I am very fond of him." Clemency said: e vnrv kind." He is — he can Our Telephone Number 4438 She (ton Motor Co. HE was watching the swimmers, anil her companion gave her a lick, shrewd look A charming rl. If only— The shadows lengthened towards unset, and presently Hnmish came rolling hack. "H's going to be a retty =• inset. We don't always ct them, you know. Miss Norton. ou've been exceptionally lucky oday—not even Biskra's special vind to spoil things. Shall we go p on the roof and look at it?—the unset, I mean, •I'd like to- Hut—isn't It about le the car came lor me? They vould tell Jules where to com Here's a car now." Hamish urned his head listening. "Rut ou can see the sunset bet ore 'OU gO." : 'Of course. Tell tne man vait," said Mrs. Sanderson. Rut as he turned to go into the louse, n servant appeared on the threshold. , ( "The Sid: - Amberley," he announced. "Hello, Aunt Blanche," said Piers in his cool, charming voice. "1 had Uj come to Biskra, so i thought I would collect Miss Norton." the hotel said he went oft with a couple of French officers—they arc probably giving him a lift back. I lieard (hat Miss Norton was here, so 1 drove along to collect ber." Andre le fllois had Joined them now, and seeing Piers as he stood tn the midst of the tilUe group of gay young people. Clemency felt that she was glimpsing yet an- othei personality in him. He seemed altogether younger, less constrained. And ne was very attractive to look at. "II we are going to waich the sunset we had better go, Miss Norton." observed Hamish, She hesitated. "Perhaps Colonel Amberley wants to get awayV" "No. Let us see the sunset by LI means/' snid Piers, • * • pEUHAPS that was not exactly * what Hamish had meant, but icon Ihey [sad all climbed to the at roof and were looking towards the West where the sun was dis- JUNE RtACHe A WALK, A PASSED BAU. AND AN oar.' JME PITCHER THREW ] toe coftNW TO "MlRD/ WHY HE / OLD <5A4 1HREW DOESHT J BAStOALUANO BATTER/ TUe. r^YOU RUN COUNTS/ A ^jj"/ LOOK POP,. tOUfi- StLF/ 'SUCKER/ "Remember Rex Hathaway, thai dreamboat chap you used to tell me you should have married? He dropped in at the office today and sold me a candy barl' I'RISCILLA'S POP The Losing Fight BY AL VERMEEB "Piers! How nice!" Mrs. Sanderson rose quickly, laying her hands on his shoulders. "You are an unexpected guesl." "Mailer of fad." he said. "1 came in to meet Jon—bul 1 seem to have missed him altogelher. Laraine al appearing in superb splendor, eaving the sky splashed with streaks of many hues. "Hollywood never did anything better." murmured Hamish, leaning on the tow parapet Clemency. "Don" they wish U>ey could gel anywhere near it—it takes a great artist to produce a sunset," observed Piers a liltle dryly. "Well, now the show's over I think we'd better HO." The Sandersons did their best lo persuade them lo stay to dinner, but guessing that he did not want to. Clemency settled the matter by saying thai she must get back to Baba. "You'll come again soon, Clemency?" Janette asked, all for Man—m the plural—about Ihe piace, L do Und there's a desperate shortage of girls of my own age in Itiis part of the world. Anyway, the kind 1 leal at home with," she added. "1 don't suppose that you tind Syrie Amberley exactly sympathetic." "Mrs. friends, me a* a Clemency. Janetie grinned; but she liked the other girl all the better tor not taking the cue. IT« The FBI examined 192.025 fingerprint arrest records in 1949. This exceeded 10-18 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 3G47 — West Miiin BARNEY'S DRUG STORE SHEET METAL WORK OF ALL KINDS Custom work for gins, alfalfa mills, oil mills. 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