The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 15, 1950 · Page 13
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MONDAY, MAY 15, 1950 (ARK.) COUBIER NEWS PAGE THIRTEEN OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams —I A POIrJTER WORTH ~ FIVE HUNDRED BUCKS AMD MOU I_6TW TH' KIDS TEACH HIM TO POIMT OUT CAMS . AW RUBBISH.' WHY. HE WON'T Bf= WORTH TWO errs.- ITS TERRIBLE TO HAVE A HISHBROW VO& AMP LOWBROW ?/Jff»^ WK/ MOTHERS GETT &RAV ^ V^Vjlf.'. ."i?*"""^ Our Boarding House with Maj. Hooplc ,O? DO you KrJOW AMY WR6STLINS HOLDS ?T- WOWDERED IP YOU'D WORK OUT VJITM gAD r-JEWS 6URl<e ~..T. MU6T SHARPED HIM ' UPTO RATOR-EDGE T£> COPE VMlTUTHAT. 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I'HK STOIlfi Clrmrnr; S..M«. hn«t no I liilrndrd to full I* love A in her I rr. wbr> n*f with Jon'- l*l«r* ^nlmnnf n" brr.inur *t dl«»t*- B n rarlj lovr •Itnlr. flcnifnf-7 Bnrt» hrr»^IT !• l*»f h htm nnri nlrhnm-h ^h«- lrl«-p nvnlri him, T1 In Imnnv-iMtU for not in hnvr frcnnmi mprtlntri h 1*1 cr- On<- rvmlne Plr-r* x rirmr«n-y in e* vrltti him ntt ldp. Up nn h«r r«-fur» nriw- i nnrtn «THe nneHlv Trnlllnc her TElEVIStONS, RADIO, 138E MAINST BllTTHEVILU, ARK Political Announcement The Courier News has been author- digH announce the following caii- ^H^- subject to the Democratic primaries. July 25 and August 8. TOR COUNTY JUDGE Roland Green FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE L- H. An try He-election Post No. 3 John Cowan Kenneth S. Sulcer Post No 2 E. C. "Gene" Fleeman (For re-election Post No. •*) Tor State Senator VV. R. Nicholson J. Lee Benrden More than 500,000 new consumers were connected -with power lines financed by the Rural ElccIrilica- tion in 1949. BILL GODWIN SPORTING GOODS Fishing & Hunting License. "flimmie B" 12 ft. iioal $40.95. /Aluminum Hoals, 12 & 14 ft. Fly rods, Casting rods and puns repaired. Shoes for every sport. '121 W Main Phnno 6762 xxn •"PHE two' women, both nn^ry. 1 faced each other M l think you are crazy." Clemency told Syrle. "But even If you arc. it is—quite inexcusable Even If vou believe half of what vou have accused me. Mrs Amherlev it's quite plain that I can'T stay here And I'll he glad to be released from the promise T made vou." Shaken and sickened with the humiliation of the scene. Clemency turned on her heel- At that moment Piers walked Into the room. "Hello, Syrie," he said exactly as though he had seen her art hour •ago. and then as Clemency.brushec swiftly oast him. her chin up. her I Jin? set hard to prevent them ; trembling, he reached out and took her by the arm. "What Is the matter—Miss Norton?" , "Nothing. T—1 must go to I Baba." She attempted to tree hcr- j self, but that seccmingly gentle i touch was like a steel band ' Did he hear? Syrie asked her .self, watching with thai simmer ing rage clamped down In tier She said quickly; "1 am afraid I lost my temper Piers. Miss Norton should no nave left Baba, though she—dis Jikes being told so. I gather tha she is tired of Red Aloes. Sh wishes to return home, so o course L should not think of Uym to keep her here." *'l don't think she can gc ifih." lie nad released Clem- ncy. and there was the suggestion of a smile on his lips "Go o your room now. Clemency We nil talk it over in the morning, /hen tempers are more even." "TOW Ions had Piers been there? ••* Could fie possibly have heard .'hat Svrie nad said? As she almost ran out of the oom those Questions were tor- mentinc Clemency It had been impossible for her o get ihe answer? from the expression on Pier?' face. Louilie was jp in ihe nursery, and she felt in no fit stale to face nnuisitive eyes. Hardb knowing what she did. she turned towam he front door. A moment later she was outside and mnnirip down he steps. DlimecH into the dim silence ^f the Garden As she paced feverishly along the oath Into which she nac turned, she was Tiled with bitter humiliation She had been so hap- py—everythinp had seemed so perfect, and then—Syrie'F soiling destructive hands had draped the whole delicate fabric of her dream to pieces. She had remained outwardly calm tinder that shower of ugly words, arming ncrsclJ a gains them. But now <;he realized how her armor had been pierced. an< her wounds were open and throb bing. Half-way down the path there was a stone seat She sat dowi on it- resting her elbows on he knees and burying her face in he hands. The dream was over—she couli not stay nurc any longer now. Sh would just go back and—never see Piers again She was never quite sure ho long she had remained, her fai in her hnnds. conscious only H that searing pain nnd sense ^ loss, before the sound of a quic footstep, made her look up to se Piers corning towards her. She sprang to box Icet tier •hole Insttnd to escape, horribry on scions of the tear* on her inoks- Whal's the matter. Clemency?* e asked, rencnfnfc her side "What art Svrie t>een saving to TOM—" She shock her head, not daring trust her voice. For * moment he stood looking t her Then he reached out and ook her Into *i(5 arm*. "My little love." h* wiM "My arllnc—look at me. Clemency." Hi«= lip? m-err on hers and Tor he len"lh of that kiss aTl heaven She cluuo to him blindly, fully wake now to the full meaning of ler love If she had been half hild a moment before, she was 1 woman DOW, And to Pier* Amberley who had ought himself «o tan* and bit- erly lived with every emotion dammed back: with all that was icst In htm—and thcr* wns so much — imprisoned. H was as houch the ^hackle? fell away and he wn? frtv to live at last. *TF thi? true Clemnnry? Can ou possibly carp for me?" f OVE that casts MI! fear had Clemency In thrall, and sh« was exquisitely unafraid.- She said, all the throbbing of her heart in her voice: "I \ove you better than life itself—no! .hat's wrong. You are my life!" He n»d never known what fear was. and yet strangely In that moment hp knew the first pang of tt, "It Is—quite incredible," he said wonderingly "You—me." But to Clemency it seemed so very right, as holding her close he kissed her again. Then, his cheek against her hair: "What a fool 1 have been." h* said. "Not knowing at once that it was you 1 had been Cooking for all my life. But I will oever let you go now!" He drew her down on to the sent, keeping nn arm closely about her. "Darling—you are so sweet, and so young. Don't yoti think you ought to find someone less battered by the world than I am?** M No I dont. And I don't think you arc battered—or terribly ancient if that is what you are to imply." Uu Foot specialists report that children outgrow their shoes every one six months until they are fifteen. You'll Love Our Flowers J BLYTEJKVILLE FLOWER MART Memphis fliwa? Thtmt SOU* LOANS ON CARS, TRUCKS AND TRACTORS United Irrurance Agency I si & Main Real Cilj Drue Rlylheville, Ark. "If you'd ask me, I'd say he's broke and h thinking about getting a personal loan from GENERAL CONTRACT PURCHASE CORPORATION!" SHEET METAL WORK OF ALL KINDS Cusjom work for gins, alfalfa mills, oil mills. 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