The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 6, 1952 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 6, 1952
Page 11
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TUESDAY, MAY 6, 195Z OUR tOAKPING HOUSE — wirii M.jor Ho*,U WHICH END &> WHICH? DOM'T V0U POT A TAIL-LIGHT OH KMOvJ SHEEP DO6, YOONS MftM; AND IF IT CftfAE- A T65T. I'LL W> HE'D KEVeAL A HISHEK I. THAhl Yt>U 0HEEPX THE ZOO ~ 14 THAT AM AMtMftTED MOP You OR A POLICE •DOS T5tS60l5Eb *s£m*$3m^ KW Political Announcements »o Preferential July 29, 1952 Election For County Judge GENE BRADLEY PHILLIP J. DEER I. D. SHEDD Tor Circuit Clerk GERALDINE LISTON For Slat« Senator SEN. LEE BEARDEN For SUte Rep. KENNETH S. SUtCER For POBt No. 1 SPRING PLANTING SEEDS Oats, Alfalfa, I.espedez*, CloTera, Soybeans and S««d Corn. Se« ue before you b»j. Blyrh.ville Soybean Corp. PkMM MM . ISM WMt M.I0 PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Guaranteed Best Price* Kirby Drug Stores FARM LOANS You Can Pay ANYAMOUNT at ANYTIME from farm Ineom* without panalfy Thit Famoiu FMM INMME PRIVILECE M ivHMcx into your note when yoif hntw a loan fr«m TERRY Abstract & Realty Co. 213 Walnut Phone 2381 Mortgage Loans of AH Kinds BLYTHEVTT.LB <ARK.) COUKtER NT5WS • '• OUT OUR WAY I Notice to Farmers: I nprewnl fh« ROBERT L. DORTCH ST.F.D FARMS of Scoit Arkansas. In this territory. At preient I hare abo.t 30« bnihek of DORTCH SOY No. 2 BREEDERS BEANS Abo a few of th« NEW «7 VARIETY. ' MRS. HOWARD BOWEN Day Phone 6218 Night Phon* 8061 Located 300 yds. So. of city limits, Hiway 61 State Certified Blue Tag D&PL 15 COTTON SEED ~ , 80% Germination. Delinted & Treated Glen Cook PHONE 2442 * ' raise> how about writi "8 down talk you gave me so t can encourage the butcher and erocer?" FOR SALE C'CMCrcte c«lTrrU, 1! tnch to 48 Inch. pl«!n «r reenforced. Also C»ncr»le BiildlHg Blocks cheaper thin linbrr for barns, chicken h»m. • p»mp houstj, temnt h.QW,. ta«l thettt. VV'e deli»er. Call u f«r frM estimate. OSCEOLA T1LI & CULVERT CO. Pk»e Ml Get The Best AUTO Factors-trained mechanics usins rerm.'ne parts are your assurance of dependable service wh«n you brinj your car to T. 1. Seay Motor Ce. ... on Main Street. Try our friendly «errice next time! T.I.SEAY MOTOR CO. Chrysler-Plymouth Dealer 121 E. Main Phone zm w«» •! ih«. pitrfr. !• 1» onitloXKc kiT > fer. •«»« to t.K th.< xn ^IfE Lawrences happen to be friends of mine." said Rosamund Yorke -It was I who recommended Ma* to Perdita And Stephen isn't rtattj , recluse He's here somewhere thl» afternoon Would you like to see him? -Jknow he'd enjoy meeting you." Rosamund darted toward a group near one of the windows "Stephen! Cto le , me tm ernjpt roT a moment There's a friend of mine here whom I'd like you lo meet," Basil had spent too much Hme in hospitals not to see at a glance that Stephen Lawrence was a man chronically ill He had the winnowed look of someone who endures pain, (t wasnt altogether -. myalt « <*."•«'' body - ^ nlten hceXs. thinning hair and faded blue eyes. It wasn't even the lightness of his breathing the slowness of his motions and the gentleness o( his manner It was rather his singularly sweet-tem- rcred smile and his look of de- (achcd serenity. He was like paper which Mas burned away so slowly that the dead ash retains the shape of solidity yet actually is M fragile that it will crumble to dust at Ihe first touch. HPHE two men had hardly exchanged a greeting when York* came back with Manhattans and new arrivals claimed Rosa- people are chessmen to b* pnhel around and made to piay her game for her. but she needn't have bothered thl« time. I know all about it." "All about whatT" "Duggan. When we left Ztm- mer's List night Rosamund came home, but 1 went on to the Stardust Club. I've got Insomnia so I spend a little time at the club every night after midnight to see how things are going Zimmer called me there after you and the inspector left him." "Why?" venture! Basil. Yorke shrugged. "I'm supposed to have influence." |Why didn't he call Canning?" "He did. Zimmer is thorough. I told him even Canning can't control the paper*. Zimmer to nire the Dugwn business has nothin; to do with him and he's afraid H will hurt his practice.- The red of Rosamund's painted cheete and lips caught Basil's eye. She was talking to Giseli on the olher side of the room. Basil Ihought at the vampire legend— the "living dead," refreslrrf and rosy when they ar» gorged with the blood of the living. The gathering had reached high tide sometime ago. Now H was ebbing and in a few minutes there were only two other guests left resides the Willing* — Stephen Uiwrence and a girl. Only then did Basil recognize her as Lawrence's daughter. Perdita. She wore wine-red »elvet that wrought out the pastel delicacy of her coloring—silvery blonde hair, apple blossom skin. But there was something wanting j n her prettiness. The pink mouth was too soft, he mouth of a sleeper or a child. The eyes were too empty of all ntcrest in the world around her. IJer manner was charming—quiet without a trace of shyness No doubt a product of elaborate raining and expensive education :ntellectually she could have been CONCRETE CULVERT TILK SltM up to 36 in- Corrugated Met»l Culverti StM up U «t in. A. H. WEBB Automatic Flood Gates C«ierei* t Metal Septln Tank. Sewer Tll« Be«i Pricei We tttlner Hitkway «I at Slat* Lint 7H grown-up G»sel« looked up at Bad with • mil*. -She'i b*en telling me ttw moM interesting thingi ibout Mr work tn • aettlement house She teachM painting to children after xchoot." _ - do "' f «««*• reallrf even Perdita l Toict waj Immature. t»bl« and thin. -1 just hand them piecw of wrapping paper and old jam jari o< poster paint and rum them .nose. They have a wonderful time. The only happy time In their whole day. They hate their schools and they hate their homes Sometime* 1 wonder what they will be like when they grow up " Vorke laughed shortly "Theyll t» like me. I was slum . bred Yorke it an abbreviation of »orn« Slavic name that immigration officers couldn't spell in the nineties * JJOSAMUND had turned to Lawrence. "Did Dr. Willing tell rou what_ happened to Dugg» n "Dtiggan'" Lawrence was DUI- zled. -Who's he?" 'The little man who wai announced as Or. Willing last night at Max Zimmer's." 'He was a private detective calling himself Willing," explained Basil. 'And do you know," added Rosamund, "just a few moments after ie left Max Zimmer'i, this poor little man. In perfectly good health collapsed and died?" Perdila sprang to her feet, face paper while as only a very fair skin can be when It is drained and bloodless. "In good health, yet he —d'ed?" Tie wai poisoned by some opiate, according to the papers," said Rosamund. "Probably codeine." "I laXe codeine myself." remarked Lawrence. "Almost anyone might have some." Basil saw the whites ol Perdl- ta's eyes as her eyeballs rolled up under Ihe lids. He caught her as her knees buckled. Gisel* took he girl's head tn her lap. stroked her forehead. Stephen knelt beside her, chafing the cold hands, calling his daughter's name softly. (T* B« Continued) Tonite, Tomorrow WMCT. Memphis. Channel TUESDAV NIGHT, MAY 8 6:00 Milton Berle 7:00 Fireside Theatre 7:30 Circle Theatre 8:00 Arantenr Hour 8:45 This Week in Sporlj 9:00 Studio One 10:00 Dangerous Assignment 10:30 News 10:40 Film Featurette 11:10 News 11:15 Sign Off WEDNESDAY, MAY 7 «:45 Test Pattern 7:00 Today 7:25 Ne«-s 7:30 Today . 8:00 Prologue to the Future 8:30 Breakfast Party 9:00 Mrs. U.S.A. 9:30 Strike It Rich 10:00 Storylnnd 10:15 Love of Life 10:30 Search for Tomorrow 10:45 Morning \feditatlon 11:00 Film Featurette 11:15 Garry Moore 11:45 1st 100 Years 12:00 News 12:16 Farm News 12:30 Homemakers Program 1:00 Big Fnyoff 1:30 Rnlph EdVards 2:00 Kate Smith 3:00 Hawkins Falls 3:15 Cabby Hayes 3:30 Howdy Doody 4:00 News 4:05 Berl Olswanger 4:30 Space Cadets 4:45 Hartoons 5:00 Kukla, Fran & oilie 5:15 News 5:25 Weatherman 5:30 Those Tim 5:45 News Caravan 6:00 Kate Smith 7:00 Television Theatre 8:00 Your Pri7.e Story 8:30 Electric Theatre 9:00 On Stage 0:30 Boston Blnckie 10:00 Meet the Champ 10:30 Nexs 11:10 Crime Photographer 11:40 News 11:45 Sign Off HESTER'S Radiator Shop S. 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