The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 7, 1952 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 7, 1952
Page 13
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, MAT T, 1991 OUR BOARDING HOUSE — wiHi Major H«o»l« BLt'lHBVlLMB (ARK.) COUNTER TOO SAO Vou'Re STU<X WITH OT>D FACE OF YOURS. MR. Ef?/ THIS DOS 15 USED •to GUARDING t JUST HOPE HE DOESN'T MISTAKE- YOU FOR A WOLF YOU CTNl WARM "ifeXJR BOSBAHO "THftT IF HE XJI6S UP MY SARDErV, I'LL . CONVERT HIM. ' irtTO A TKROvJ KU6 FOR YcXJR PARLOR Political Announcements Eubjcct to Preferential July 20, 1952 Election For County Judge GENE BRADLEY PHILLIP J. DEER I. D. SHEDD For Circuit Clerk GERALDINE L.ISTOM For Stale Senator SEN. LEE BEARDEN Fnr Slate Rep. KENNETH S. SOLCER For Post No. 2 SPRING PLANTING SEEDS 0«ts, Alfalfa, Lespedeza, Clovers, Soybeans »nd Seed Corn. See us before you buy. Blyrheville Soybean Corp. rhone 8S56 - 180« Wnt Main PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Gu»r»nt«ed Best Prices Kirby Drug Stores FARM LOANS ' You Can Pay ANY AMOUNT • at ANYTIME from farm r'ncom* without penally Thi$ Fanimii FARM INCOME PRIVILEGE IE iprfften into your note when you haw n lonn from TERRY Abstract & Realty Co. 213 Walnut Phone 2381 Mortgage Loans of All Kinds PAGE THIRTEEN "H* says he's a million miles up in space and he can't hear you calling him for dinner." FOR THE BUY OF YOUR L1FE- See Us About OVERHAULING YOUR ENGINE Blythevill* Motor Co. F1NA FOAM . . th« Newlj- D«TcWip«d Bubble B«0i for Flue Fibrin, Rojrn mnd speed; ARKANSAS PAINT * GLASS CO. 1*6 E. Main Ph«ne Jan State Certified Blue Tag D&PL 15 COTTON SEED 86% Germination. Delinked & Treated • CALL Glen Cook j DELL, ARK. PHONE 2442 ^ FOR SALE Concrete culvert*, 12 Inch to 4S i»ch, pUiM or reenforced. Alao C*Hfrete BcJMing Blocks cheaper th&n lumber for bt.rni. chicken h»»e«, pvmp h«u.^s, t«n«nt h«M!tn, tool shrcU. We deliver. Call o« f*r fr« estimate. OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO. Get The Best Factor)-trained mechanics usln* genuine parts are your assurance of dependable service when jog bring your car tn T. I. Sejy Motor Co. ... on Main Street. Try omr friendly nerrice next lime! T.I.SEAY MOTOR CO. ChrysIer-FlynvMtlft Dealer •IZ1 E. Main Phone im CONCRETE CULVERT TILE Sta*. ap ta S6 In. Comjgaled M«t«l Culr«rt« Riies >p U 84 in. A. H. WEBB Allomalle Fined Gatei C»nereU * Metal Septic Tanki Sewer T1I« Ben Prleei rTt Dellrer Bljiiwaj (I at state LiM Phone 714 1 ln«'» xntuc I Ink '"' """" Wl "" ; murder I* tXf rirnlh of Ml. "'i^'i'l,! "'"nr S>1 " W ' "*'* "" d *"»''• »»« • I !!•<• homr or Or. 7."mmor. a'^T- i XII! 'AFTER Pcrditr, Lawrence had " revived. Yorke went lo the bar. Stephen Lawrence drew Basil Willing aside. <£, "Dr. Willing, I know your rerju- 'lation as » psychiatrist. Do you know Dr. Zimmer? I mean do you know his work?" "No, I've only me! him once." Lawrence frowned. "He's plcas- unt and plausible. Essentially "a woman's psychiatrist, I should say." "He has male patients—Brinsley Shaw for one." "Brinsley isn't very male. I wonder sometimes it Zimmer is really doing Perdita any good. It was I who ur/jcd her to go to a psychiatrist. She was too emo- tionnl, loo sensitive. Rb.°armmd recommended Kimmer and Perdita's been his patient for lhr« months now. but she's no better She's worse." "That's the beginning of cure sometimes, but . . . Y ou should have a talk with Zimmer." "I can't talk to him. He's not my sort. It's asking a great deal en such short acquaintance, but I wonder if you would talk to him for me?" "I'll be Rlad to. but Ihc best way is to ask /.immcr lo call me into consultation." Lawrence frowned. "I'll do that. And there's something else I'd like you to do first, if you will " "What is it?" "Talk to a young man named Frank Lloyd. He's irf love wilh Perdita and sometimes a lover knows more than a father. You can find him any afternoon in hi? office at the New York Star. Am I asking loo much?" Basil thought of the complexities of medical eliquetle. Then he looked at Lawrence and saw the deep anxiety in the (rail, old face. "I'll do it as soon as you arrange the consultation. After all. your 'Song of Sin' has always been one of my favorite sonnets." • • • 'pHE country club stood on high ground overlooking Long Island Sound. Tree-shaded lawns ami clipped hedges sloped down to a golf course near the water's edge. Through the fading light o [ the long spring evening shone an arch of lights, outlining the rounded top of the great window Dancers could be seen gliding soundlessly behind the glass. "Fairyland!" exclaimed Gijcla Cynthia Willing's handsome (ace hardened as she looked at her new sisler-in-law. Her friends would label Gisela "unsophisticated" if she went about expressing admiration so artlessly. It's really a ralher boring place," warned Cynthia. "Buiyour unpredictable husband wants to meet these Conning people acci- dent.illy-on-purpose, so—here we ~ ~'e." "Basil is a naturalist at heart '• suggested Paul Willing. "H e wants to sec the local fauna in Iheir native ader catching a glimpse of them at Dr. Zimmer's Vhe other evening." Cynthia pre(erred to linger at the bar and Hasil sat brsiclc her licyond he caught « glimpse of slim {boulders and a slwk gray head. Basil did not recognize th« ., rt . man until he turned his head and said, "Good evening." "Cynthia, do you know Brinslev Shaw?" Cjnthia smiled and shook her head. ' "Then may I introduce him? Mrs. Willing, my sister-in-law." Brinsley asked Cynthia to dance. Actually it was nearly 10 when Isolds and Bert Canning cnrne into the clubhouse. Isolda's dre« caught Basil's eye—a sort, strapless sheath of vermilion lace worn with satin slippers dyed the same flame color. Canning, beside her, said noth- Jgn. but the bartender brought him a double brandy, evidently a Mnnding order. Isolda's brighl black eyes roved the room and -ilighled on Basil. She spoke to Canning. He gave Basii the briefest of nods. • • • A SLIM figure strolled through the archway from the dance floor--Brinsley Shaw. He hastened his st<?p as he saw Isolda. She held out both hands and he/<ook them eagerly. Then he turned to clap Canning lightlj on the shoulder and even Canning smiled a little. Gisela and Cynlhia were both dancing now and Paul had found some friends of his own. Basil picked ttp his own glass and moved to the stool Isolda had left vacant. Canning spoke without looking up. "My wife says you were at Max Zimmer's one evening a few days ago but I don't remember your ~ame. H "Willing." Canning turned lo slare al Basil. "The Willing who works with the District Attorney's office" "Yes." "What are you doing here?" "Amusing myself," (T. B« Continued) Television- Tonire, Tomorrow WMCT, Memphis. Channel 4 WEDNESDAY NIGHT, MAY' 7 6:00 'COO 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:10 11:40 6:45 1:00 7:25 7:30 7:55 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:15 10:30 10:45 11:00 11:15 11:30 11:45 12:00 12:15 12:30 1:00 1:30 2:00 3:00 3:15 3:30 4:00 4:30 5:00 5:15 5:25 5:30 5:45 6:00 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 10:35 12:00 12:05 OUT OUR WAY iy J. R. William* FRECKLES AND HIS FRIINDS AHLTl _ TH' SAG? 'TAINT LIKE ^OU TO BE eiTTIM' THERE WAITfM' FER ME TO &E.f UP! MO YELL IN', WO •1 JOST SAT OOWN TO WATCH HOW XX) MANAGE P TO GET THROUGH A WHOLE MI&MT WITHOUT BGISJS EREP TO PEATH--OR A PISLOCATEP ARM OR UE&/ WHV MOTHERS 6ET Benefit by Reading and Using Courier News Classified Ad* ^ WTO THE SHADOW* BUT MRS, CROWDER HAS r-.VE CHILDREN ALREADY' WHY DON'T YOU LADIES &IVE SOMEBODV . UISHT M3u ARE, vie H.INT AWP /TACKY. WE'RE UMV LAWS Aee AFTEK c^jwsr V XXJVE SOT TO WATCH THE NEW TV SET "HOD SOT FCK /MOTHER MUUAKJ6 AM? V M6. 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JIE ft KNOT IN YOUR BE AX I m3&®\Mfm Kate Smith Television Thsatra Your PITO Story Electric Theatre On Stage Boston Blackie Meot the Champ News Crime Photographer News Slsrn Off THURSDAY, MAY Test Pattern Today News Today News Prologue to Putur« Breakfast Party Mrs. U.S.A. strike It Rich Storyland Love o( Life Search for Tomorrow Morning Meditation Film Featurctte Gayelord Hauser Garry Moore 1st 100 Years News Farm News Homemnkers Program Big Payoff Give & Take Kate Smith Hawkins Fall« Gnnby Hayes Howdy Doody Cisco Kid Wild Bill Hickok Kukln, Rran & Ollie News Weatherman Dinah shore News Cnrnvan Oroucho Marx Gene Autry Dragnet James Melton Martin Kane Arthur Godfrey Racket, Squad One Man's Family Break the Bank News Tlie Southerner News Sign Off S. Hi —New H ESTE Kadialor Bhway 61 Trrn Ilillorcn & l : Kc4 Knrika R 'S Shop Phnnt 31R8 {rp*lr Make* ors Foi Sale — Speedometer Repair! We siierl;ili« In ltlvin([ 1-rtay scrvlrc on sptfdnmclrr repair for all mike.i of ors and Irucks. Drlvr in tomorrow—wr'll help vou DRIVE WITH CARE. T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. Chryslrr-Flymonlh T>«Jer 121 E. Main Phone 21ZJ

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