The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 26, 1948 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 26, 1948
Page 13
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FRIDAY, MARCH 2C, 19-18 BTA'TIIEVIU.K (ARK.) COURIER NKWS PAGE THIKTEKir OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams Our Boarding House with Maj. Hoople WOW/ THCOWtN BOSSES AROUMD PIRST HOUR SIWULD LAST MINUTE .' GET OUT OF HE RE .'I DON'T WM-JT HELP" l WANT TO UP THE HARP WAV LIKE MY PATHS R; lit' 'I! UrsKS IVt' HARD WAV UP THE PROFESSORS INEFFECTUAL A'iA.STOPPeO CLOCK/ YOUR SVJUiG AWftLF- HOUR SEASON STARTS' By MERRILL BL068EB Carriage License* The follcnviiiK couples obtained marriage licenses j'e.sierday in the office of Miss Elizabeth Blythe, county clerk. Dick Jones White of Blytheville and Miss Nancy Walker Daggett of Marianna. Luther J. Webb Jr. of Leachvillc »nd Miss Fairest Margaret Robbins of Manila. _ c .. <-i_ -L © 8Y IONE SANDBERG SHRIBER. By lone bandberg bhriber DISTRIBUTED BY NCA SERVICE. INC. In (he Chancery Ccmrt for Ihe j Chickasawba District of Mississippi! County, Arkansas. j H. R. Hill Plaintiff I vs: No. 10.425 ; Satn Barnes, et al ......Defendants! . . .. . . , n . Notice is hereby given that there thln « tnal m 'S hl alTcpt has been filed in the office of the ' Clerk of the Chancery Court of Mississippi County. Chickasawba District. Arkansas, a petition to confirm and quiet In the plaintiff, H. R. Hill, the title to the following land in the Chickasnwba District, XXIX A NN had a lol of time tor thought during Ihe days she spent in her room. Carefully, slowly, methodically, she buill cases against each ol them. So Ear as she could sec tier death \-ould accomplish only one Ann's denih would leave Hush a widower, Lying there, in her darkened | bedroom, Ann tried to believe that j Gay was in love with Rush. Reck- I lessly and passionately in love Mississippi County, Arkansas to L: >'Lol 12 of the Sam Barnes Sub^vision to the City of Blythevllle, . Arkansas, being carved out of the I Southwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of Section (IG), Township (15) North, Range (111 East." All persons claiming sold lands or any interest therein, are hereby no- j tified and warned lo appear in said court on the first adjourned day of .said court, on the adjourned SQ nad G Shc * d off t , day of May 1948, at a tune: nnd(not. Clevcland on llcr datcs . or t lore than MX weeks after this date, Akron> someliracs just down t nd show cause why the title of . villnep She'd turned dowi _ : j i i_ _i i j „„* u« ,. n »ri^»>, r , r i tnt - ^ lUdge. one u tut IK.U uu\% i with him because certainly it would require both recklessness and passion to murder for thai love. She tried lo imagine'their beinf in love with each other. Rush and Gay. They'd worked together for a long time—17 months, hadn' Laurie told Rinda? But during those 17 months everything had gone on as usual She and Rush had been very hap said lands should not be confirmed In the said H. R. Hill, the r.laln- tiff in this cause. Witness my hand and seal as the clerk of said court, this the 18 day of May, 1948. • HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk. Betty Peterson, D. C. O. W. Barham, Attorney for plaintiff. 3;ia-2fi-*;2-8-l<i-23 She'd been Laurie's guardian or five years and they'd "always ol along: they'd never had any rouble. And Laurie must surely avc known that Rush and Ann •ould have given in on Tommy— ' Laurie had been insistent. But Laurie istcnt. The thought not been In- brought Ann up- ight on her pillows. Site knew auric, knew her inside out, and he'd seen her go after the things he'd wanted. She usually raised enough general hell so that everyone was only too glad to see that Ihni Ihe sheriff might Have been able lo use as evidence. The ran ol wax—the teller—the bridge— even the clock. All that wns .efl were these two golf balls with Little red stars imprinted on their rough surf nee. the rough Mirfare thnt would certainly not benr fingerprints, And even if there were fingerprints op them they would be her own and Tommy's; possibly Hush's too, from the last time he'd used them. She tried not to think that the last time he had used them he miRht have placed them underneath Ihp heavy typewriter that usually stood on the shelf In her closet. She replaced the golt balls. shoved the drawer shut. She crawled back into bed and pulled up the covers. She lay quite still >th Fried Chicken ... Croppie Dinner -BEER- 7 Days a Week! Blanchard's Cafe Porlageville, Mo. Owned By Stanley Keller j BOB IMALONE Plaster and Stucco Phone 2029 their invitations more often tha she'd accepted them; would sh have done that if she was in lov with Rush? And on the other side of the ledger was Iht. fact that Gay bad suggested that they try to reach Mr. Slark; she" had suggested it in the face of open disapproval from Rush and Enos. And she had promised Ann she would help her; Ann: knew thnt she hnd lo put her failh in someone. She couldn't go on alone any longer. • • * OHE tried to think of reasons why *^ Laurie might want her to die but her mind balked; if it were Laurie she wasn't sure she wanted lo know why. • Because she, didn't think it could be the money. she got them. Why hadn't Laurie fought, tool nnd nail then, for Tommy? BIT lad suggested thnt perhaps the nfTair with Tommy was a prearranged business deal whereby Laurie could come into her inheritance and Ann had pooh-poohed the suggestion. But if they'd made such a deal that would explain Laurie's lack of enthusiasm—except that if Laurie were planning Ann's death why would she have made such a deal with Tommy',' Laurie wouldn't have to marry anyone if Ann were lo die. Sill what could Laurie want so much that she had to kill Ann in order to get it? * * " * A NN moved restlessly under the ^* light coverlet. You're stalling, she told herself scornfully. Gp ahead, play your little game of make-believe. And Ihcn go on—on to Rush! She shivcro,ci a little even though the room was quite warm. She pushed the covers back and got out of bed. She wont to the big dresser, tugged at the drawer as it stuck a little, got it open, shoved aside a stocking cnse. They were still there. Two golf balls. Her fnec was act and her eyes were cold as she looked at them. Everything else in the whole case had disappeared; anything at ail and endured the pain that ft kniie. cul you car but through her like All right. Face it. Be as honest face it. There were three reasons why Rush might want to gel rid ol her. There. She'd said it. He might wiml the money she ould leave to him except that didn't seem very reasonable when there was so much and he knew full well he wns welcome to anything she had. He .night be tired of her. Just sick to death of the sight and sound of her. That happened to people every day. People didn't seem able to help it; it just happened. And of course the lab. which was the love of his life, the apple of his eye, was built right here at Tophill so that if he should leave her he would also, of necessity, leave the lab, too. Rush would never ask her to lenve Top- lull, she knew that. Never. As long as she lived. AS LONG AS I LIVE, . . 1 Her" horrified "eye? were wide operi and the pain was rising inside her so thnt she writhed and twisted on tVie bed. Suppose Rush had no intention of leaving the lab? Or Tophill? Suppose UuiJi intended lo go right on living here at Topis ill—not \vith her—bill with soyieone else'' Suppose (To Be Continued) Steel Oil Barrel Racks Any Slie T. 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