The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 3, 1950 · Page 7
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SATORDAY, JPOTO! 8, (ARK.) COURIEK VKWt OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams ON T3P OF THE CLOCK? wny, i SAW THEM UP THERE BUT THOUGHT THEY WERE POSH BUTTON'S OJTHE CLOCK.. OOOH.' ENOUGH \ FAUCET WASHERS UP THERE TO MAKe THE CLOCK. LOOK LlkE A TYPEWRITER: I PUT THEM THERE SO WHEN LOOK AT THE TIME WHY MOTHERS GET GRfltf Our Boarding House with Moj. Hoople WHERCS THW V4EAPOM THE MAJOR WAS rJUrJNlNG TrA£ „ SCALES ABOUT? MUST BEEN ALL BLUFF, LIKS A BARRING tVE SEErJ COWS OUT OF A GRINDER AMD SHOW MORe ENTHUSIASM, 6URKE'S GOT NOW/ WMCT • Television on Saturday 1:25 p.m.—Cards-I>odj;ers 3:30—Baseball Scoreboard 4:00—Western Feature 4:45—Nature of Things 5:90—Young America 5:30—On the Farm 5:55—Commercial Appeal Preview 8:00—Saturday Night Revu* 7:30—Ed Wynn 7:3ft—Music Under the Slars 8:00— Lone Ranger 8:30—Buck Rogers »:OC—Wnsllini 10:00—News Summary We ofttr complete Television service., supplyinf and Installing General Electric, Motorola, and Capehart models. COR FREE ESTIMATES TELEVISION & RADIO SALES AND SERVICE 38 E MAIN ST BIYTHEV1UE ARK Rent A Car ... < (Drive It Yourself Fresh Crappie Chicken Dinner Package Delivery Anywhere Simpsons Cafe STATE LINE Phones 4948 - 937 A tractor mower can cut as much hay in 10 minutes as 10 men can in a day. Political Announcement Th« Courier New« his been author- lied to announce the following candidate.'!, subject to the Democratic primaries. July 25 »nd August a. FOB COUIiTI JUDGE Roland Green >K STATE REPRESENTATIVE L. H. Autry Hi-election Post No 1 John .1. Cowan Kenneth 6. Sulcer Post No 2 E. O. "Gene" Fleeman (For re-election Post No. «) W. P. Wells For Slat« Senator W R. Nicholson J. Lee -Bearden SHERIFF AND COLLECTOR Osee Nunnally You'll Love Our Flowers! BLVTHEVILLE FLOWER MART MvmphU Iliwi? Phon* «OflZ FOR SALE Oneret* ralierU, 12 Inch U W (•eh, plain « rcenforced- Alxi Onerelc Bnlldlnj Block* cheaper than timber (or bama chlckeo ^••M«, pomp hoBMa, tenant ho«s«, twl >bed> W« deliver Call a* (.r free Mtlmate. OSCEOLA TILE A CULVERT CO. LOANS CARS, TRUCKS R««l EsUle A FHA United Insurance Agency A. F. (Oet) Dietrich, Mp. 1st * Main—Rear City Dmt Rtrlhevllle. Ark. SALOME BRIDE H Ihr fn By Grace Nres Fletcher THK STORY i Gloria flmw*. brldr ol roar an.th. ..L> Mr*. Hr-nllo ftrnnnl, ivho llvr* In ike npnnrurnl Hex! door, to Bhn** hrr L - — "- raukc IIH aiiplr plr. nurlmg IructloH a mnfumtaKtr brine* • hai linx for Mra. UCBDMI and ikt- vvoniun alM» KfT« • pkuvr tall CroM hrr fcuMbaMd abODI •omtlklnic «• l.'hirla wnjhr* her hand*'. «hr !• lorkril la Ikr balLrooia, Mr». II*- nunl lei. hrr our. explnlnluK that II Mil* an ai-rldr-nt. llu( afler tak- Injr. her i»fr hack to hrr own nn:in- D>fni, <;tnria In allll rnrlnnn akuet what tvaa !• thai •r*r«ua[icr. • • * rv /^LOniA dressed carefully, for she had a theory that even on Fifth Avenue in Brooklyn, where she shopped because things were cheaper, you got better service if you looked like something out ol a fashion magazine, rather than like mother's helper Her red and white summer dress, her white oique hat and gloves were crisp and fresh as peppermint candy. "Good afternoon. Mrs. Brown." 7or the first time Eric, his golden •paulettes rattling as he opened he heavy glass door, called her jy name and Gloria looked up at lim, startled, as- he added with :iumor lumbering as a capering elephant: "The Benonis are nice oeople, aren't they? Have you *nown them long?" "Oh. eons," she told him coldly in her most Radclifte manner and swept by with a swish of peppermint skirts. Queer, your not being visible even on the far horizon for so long and now everyone chatty at once. "Don't look now, but your fatal charm is showing." Gloria grinned to herself as she turned the comer onto Fifth Avenue. Being one of the gang at last made her smile so radiant that its effulgence gilded the face ol the little newsboy selling papers on the corner and he grinned back at her. "Piper, Miss?" There was friendliness and admiration in the frank appraisal he gave her. This was the real McCoy, a hot rock with class, his glance almost shouted. "Have you an early edition of the afternoon tabloid?" she asked him. "Gripes, at 4 in the p.m.? I'll have one printed up for you special," he told her impudently. He looked nboul 10 years old, with bright eyes sharp with a knowledge (ar beyond his years, a hard, shrewd little face, fairly clean; and yet there was/an innate chivalry in his bearing that made his shapeless slacks, his cheap sport shirt, and his cheaper pertness somehow unimportant There's good blood in him somewhere, Gloria thought. "Why not try a later edition?" he queried. "Sometimes they hold things over, if It's something special you're lookin' for." pirE trouble Is, I don't know what 1 am looking tor," she told him absently and flipped the pages of the paper to Page 7 which was mtKlly pictures with screaming captions. A seven-year-old boy had drowned in a pond in New Jersey with dotted lines to show where the grapplers had found the body; there was a picture of a Russian diplomat looking as if he had swallowed a sour pickle entitled, "Spur Puss Stymies State Department Again"; the Bronx love-nest of a prominent man had been discovered by his wife and she was pulling the girl friend's hair; the Parole Board had released several unpronounceable and very ugly prisoners; and the Un-American Activities Committee was clucking over a new brood of Communists. "Find what you wanted?" the newsboy queried. "I don't know," she told him. "What's your name?" "Sammy/' he told her. "What's yours, Handsome?" Curiously he did not sound impudent at all, just interested. "Mrs Miltiades Brown. I live at the Splendide Apartments," she told him, adding impulsively. "Here." She pressed a quarter into his grimy hand urging, "Get yourself | a banana split. Sammy," and walked off, leaving him murmuring ecstatically, "Well gee, thanks!" "The third person who's spoken to me today!" Gloria gloated, tloat- ing along down the crowded street in a golden haze of friendliness "We're beginning to belongl We're Brooklynites. or is It ese?" she exulted to Miltiades that evening after he'd eaten half the pie and pronounced it beyond words delicious. "The Greeks had a name for it — " and she gave the words, translating: "The lost come shall be first." "Aw, come off it, Baby." Miltiades urged. He hated a display ol erudition almost as much as hii own silly name. "Kiss me. Kid Bui hot." She gave eminent satisfaction; whereupon he finished the rest ot the pie and they went to bed, thus ending, Gloria thought sleepily, the happiest day jf their married life yet. She reached her hand across to the other twin bed and Miltiades took It into his big one, and hand in hand, like to babes In Prospect Park, they fell asleep. CHE was snuggled Into the big 0 armchair, still la her green chiffon negligee, the next morning, .wishing she didn't have to begin to wash the dishes, when someone knocked peremptorily on her door and when she opened it, two blue- uniformed policemen were standing there. ' "Good morning!" Gloria beamed at them imparlially, wondering what on earth! Oh, of course: "I'll take two tickets," ihe offered,looking absently over at the small gray man In overalls behind them who was industriously sweeping down the red carpet of the corridor. "We wanna know where your friends have skipped to." "Friends?" Gloria stared at him blankly. "Don't give us any of that guff," the cop told her, pushing hii cap onto the back of hi-; head. "You were seen coming out of Apartment 7A yesterday and people who's close enough to swap pie*, are friends, ain't they?" <To Be Continued) WE BUY AND SELL USED & NEW FURNITURE PHONE 2112 We're Proud of Our Work me work « Woodwork ifacluring • Welding BARKSDALE MFG. CO. • Machine work • Manufacturing BURY YOUR WORRIES/ commit AUTOMOIIII INJU1AHCI riOTICTION FARMERS T OTMd CAI COWMO* W. L. Walker, District Agent 200 Isaacs Bldg. B««. Pliont MM SHOE REPAIRING SAVES MONEY! Prompt Service Expert Workmanship H-flLTSRS )UflLITY SHOC SHO 121 W. MPVN ST BILL GODWIN SPORTING GOODS Swim Franks 2.95. Tennis Kaquets Caps of all kinds Jimmie "B" Boals $50 Baseball & Softball Uniforms, all prices, lettering All types Summer Ath- leic Equipment. "If It's Sporting Goods, See Us." 421 W. Main Ph. 6762 Our Telephone Number 4438 Shclton Motor Co. PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Slock Guaranteed Best Price* Kirby Drug Stores FLAME CULTIVATORS 2-Row... $230 4-Row...$360 BARKSDALE MFG. CO. Chamblin Sales Co. • Sales & Service • "Your friendly StucfaJbafcer Deafer" [RAILROAD & ASH PHONE 6888 HifcCKLES AND HIS FRIKNDS-BY MERRILL BLOSSKB Raucous Guys, Meer RtMate- GUMPTION. so HELP ME.' NO BUNKING B)RO IS GIVING- Me 1HET BIRD' "Here's one way to look at it—you'll have a son of your own some day, and you'll have to force him to do the chores!" PRISCILLA'S I'OI BY AL VERMEER YOUR MOTHER'S VERY N LUCKY TO HAVE SUCH '" A HELPFUL, GIRL! I WANT YOU TO SPEAK TO PRISCILLA, DEAR! SHE WROTE ON THE BATHROOM WALLS AND .SPILLED INK ON THE KITCHEN FLOOR! HELPED MOM SCRUB THE BATHROOM WALLS AND I MOPPED Vic Is Persistent liY MICHAEL O'MALLEY and RALPH LANS NOT SAVINS. OKAY. BUT /, REMEMBER, 1'tL FIND OUf V ANVWW. FROM SOMEBODY ELSE WHO KNOWS. DONTKNOW MOW IT GOT SO DULL 5O QUICK 1 MEAN, WELL JUST WHITTL1N 1 HAVEN'T 4SKCD ANYTHING A MAN WITH A CLEAR CONSCIENCE WOULD BE AfBA\D , OF ANSWERING. )^ CAPTAIN EAS\ Everybody's Happy I5Y LESLIE TURNER T ,E.fP UKSE T m ARE »»'Otr THAT, NIKI...AISO SEND J WANT DAWS I PEOOF O*= HIS DEATH TO THf WSWWKE BODV SHIFPED\^COMPMJV. SO YOU CAM COLLECT FOR BURIAL, WOWDEE f VUHHO. ANYWfW, THE BONDIM9 IFAU. THE / COMPAWY WIU HAVE TO RETURN THE • 35,000 \ FUU.AMOUMT TO TOU.,iJOW THUT We CAM BE \CfW PROVE THE MAN UNDER BOND RECOVERED f^ OIPk/T TftKE IT! FROM TUB THATfe rVOWDERFLIL, EASY, BUT I'M EVEN WORE GRATEFUL TO VOU FOB CLEAEIUfl CAU'5 NAME! TO FEEL LIKE ft HUMAM BEIUS AaAIN KUGS BUNNY I WANT A L-UOAFj WHATSA OF BREAD, BLTT J MATTER... IT M-MUST JTCAN'T VA REAP' BE FRESH/ IP VA WANT IT ANY FRESHER r-V VA'LL HftVE T' EAT IT IN TH' OVEN.' BY V. T. HAMLW /ALLEY OOPAYEH; ivs HOW COULD E. WITH SUMPIN LIKE TH/S.T FOLLOWING HIM? BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES BY EDGAR MARTIN voow ,?>Rfto . \ KNOW vou ooss'^ so TOR Of VOOtt fcCV.

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