The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 15, 1952 · Page 15
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 15

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 15, 1952
Page 15
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WARDING HOUSE — with Mcjor H«opl« Political Announcement's Subject 10 Preferential Ju!y 2?, 1952 For Courtly Judge GENE BRADLEY PHILLIP J DEER I. D. SHEDD Far Circuit Clerk GEHALDTNE LISTON EUectiun For Slate Senator SEN- LEE' BEARDEN HENRY K. HOYT For State Rep. KENNETH S. SULCER For Post No. 2 SPRING PLANTING SEEDS Oats, Alfalfa, Clovers, Soybeans Seed Corn. Se« »nd s before you buy. Ilythtville Soybean Corp. PRESCRIPTIONS Presh Slock Guaranteed Mest Kirby Drug Stores FARM LOANS '. You Can Pay ANY AMOUNT at ANYTIME from {aim incom* without penally Thit Fimioiii FARM INCOME PRIVILEGE it written Into your note U'/i*n yon linrf. n limn from TERRY Abstract & Realty Co. 213 Walnut Phone 2381 Mortgage Loans of All Kinds TJflURSDAY, MAY 15, 3958 (AKK.) COUBTKR OUTOUR WAY By J. R. Willi.m. FRECKUS ANDHJS FRIENDS OOPS// MY WORD.' WHY DON'T YOU WATCH WH«R6 THEM WHY, ,..„,,_ AMMUNITION NO. ITS- WAY OF HANP LIN'THINGS' HS LOVES OLD TOBVAN'DCWT UIKE HIM ABUSEP-- ,K< pur DOWN IHAT 10RC YOU'RE TOBY DO& JF HE SITS OUT THERE HOWLIN 1 AT coyotes ER TH' MOON TONIGHT/ FOk JUNE AMD LEX'O ME SIX. BITS/ " I worr se 1KEM ANY WORE / Benefit by Reading and Using Couriet News Classified Ads "So my uncle sleeps a lot! That isn't as bad as your Aunt Maud racing around whisking up dust all the thus she's here!" Television- Scholarships Given Tonite, Tomorrow IB FINA FOAM . the Ncwlj- »CT»loped Bubble for Fine . R »f» »nd Upholslery does » ARKANSAS PAINT « GLASS CO. IM E. M*tn : Phone ZZ7Z FOR THE BUY OF YOUR LIFE- Sea Us About OVERHAULING YOUR ENGINE Blytheville Motor Co. Phon« 4422 State Certified Blue Tag D&PL 15 COTTON SEED 80% Germination. Minted & Treated Glen Cook ARK. PHONIS 5M.19 < ^A poirrr,ANu. ore. w, — in 80 per crm. of OriMinn's WJICT. Memphis. Channel 4 ^.1,^1^,^^^,^ THURSDAY NIGHT, MAY 15 ' ' ' 6:00 Oroucho Marx 0:30 Gene Autry 7:00 Dngnpt 7:30 James Melton 8:00 Martin Kane 8:31) Arthur Godfrey 9:00 Racket Snuad ' 9:30 One Man's Farnilv 10:00 Break the Bank ' 10:25 Sleep. My Love 10:30 News 12:00 News 12:05 Sirm Off FISTIMY, MAY 7:00 Today 1:25 N-'.-s 7:30 Today 7:55 News' 8:00 Prologue to Future 8:30 Breakfast Partial Mrs. U.S.A. 9:30 Strike It Rich 10:00 Storyland 10:15 lave of Life 10:?0 Search for Tomorrow 10:45 1st 100 Years 1!:00 Children's Parade 12:00 News 12:15 Farm News 12:30 Hompinakers Program 1:00 Big Payoff 1:30 Ralph Edwards 1:45 Oarry Moore 2:00 Kate Smith 3:00 Hawkins Falls 3:!5 Gabby Hayes 3:30 Ho\vdy Dooriy 4:00 News " 4:05 Berl Olswanger 4:30 Space Cadets 4:45 Hartoons 5:00 Kukla, Fran ii. Ollle 5:15 Ne\vs, 5:25 Weatherman 5:30 Two 5:45 News Caravan 6:00 Dennis Day 6:30 We the People 1:00 Big Story 7:30 Aldrlch Family 8:00 Cavalcade of Sports 8:45 Bill Day 9:00 Around the Town 9:30 Big Picture 10:00 Charlie Wild !0:30 News 10:40 Lighls Out 11:10 Playhouse of stars 11:40 News 11:45 Sign Off BasirWillinq" B r Helen McCloy 3 - of Rosamund Yorke's bedroom looked west 10 that the sun would not reach them until noon. Rosamund sipped tea and looked Wly at (he pile of letters. "Such » bore," she thought. "I ought to have a secretary." Bills, advertisements and ap- (JJtals for charity Rosamund lowed *»side. Such matters she left entirely to Thereon Yorke. The last Jetter n-a.i from Greta Mann It read: "Dear Rosamund, "Max and I are both eager to resume our series of dinners for his patients and their families Max feels strongly that it woulri show lack of faith in each olher if we discontinued these dinners permanently because of tlic man Duggan. After all, he was a stranger to all of us , , 5 , r a rg er who musl have wandered into the house lhat evening by some unaccountable mistake. Max is convinced DuRgan had been given poison elsewhere before he ever reached our house and I am sure you and Thereon will agree, knowing our other guests as you do Psychologically, the effect on von' and other patients woulri be clis- aslrous if we stopped dining together because of somelhing unpleasant that happened to an outsider. It would be a sort of run- .ning away from reality. So v,e do hope that you and Thereon will nirrce with all this and that we shall have the pleasure of see- ing you here at dinner next Friday, April 15, about seven o'clock . . ." Rosamund reached for a bedside telephone and dialed a number. "Dr. dimmer, please. Mrs Yorke calling." While she waited she lit a clgaret. "Max! I goi Greta's invitation this morning Do you really think . . .?" "It's the only sensible course " What virility there was in that baritone! "Will Thereon vibrant come? "I think so, but We've both , ... heart! some queer eo?«ip about Kathcrine Shaw's death." "Gossip?" "What's his name — Bug!>,-m — was poisoned , codeine He was a private detective apparently employed by Katherine Shaw. Her doctor had prescribed codeine for her every night to make her sleep She and Duggan died Ihe same night—after meeting at your house. It's ttic sort of coincidence that makes people talk." "People talk loo much. You know that Katherine S)iaw wa s a chronic invalid, teetering on the edge of the grave for month": As for Diiggan. he could have taken codeine pills in mistake for soda mints before he ever left his house You may tell Thereon that I'm inviting the Lawrences and the Can- nines as well. And Brinsley Shaw and Miss Dean." "You are?" Rosamund did not look like the same woman who had sipped her tea so languidly IS minutes ago. Racing bloou brought a fugitive rose to her transparent fKm and her eyes were two dancing, blue sparks. "Max, you are a , . remarkable man!" "I told you I was!" His tone was intimate, almost impudent. "I suppose your real motive is Ihe cltect on public opinion n would be bad for your practice if ihe^linoers ilopped now, wouldn't "It would be bad for everyone " There was a nrw firmness in Zimmer's voice. "I'm countinj on you YOU WALKED RJ6IIT INTO IT THIS TIME, WELKIN ! ' / ~nvo noDp-s 70 BE EXACT... Foe PUT AWAY TWAT 6UN, RUNE ! ...rE ALSO OPENED AHOUT- ^ SIDE VALVH.THE AIR'S DR/VH/N6, OUT II/TD SPACE scholarships. The scholarships are being uv:-rtiprt by the Oregon Slate Fed- ration of Labor. Soi-tnlv-six chools are pnriU-ipatint;. v.'ituipr.s be announced next month JUST LOVE TO GO SHOPPING IN THE RAIN 1 WOULD YOU LIKE TO COME ALONG, DEAR OH, OUT OF eiNGB ALE, EH? WELL, (50 ON rao>VN TO THE C?<TU& STOKE ANI7 1.US HOWE SQWE MOSTE. NOW LETS A^AKE FLAK'S AN EACLE ESE ON THIS ARC ^ JlftS™ TMR 5 ««V 0 HE COULP '<« TftKEN 5EEN WITH TUSBS \TUBB£ AWVPI ACE YSI&ST AT TWO, HE COU1PA V'HERE- Wirwu *S MIWUT6& DRIVE- Mjp RETURMEP BY 3:40! PASSED HERB A LITTLE WEST; WITHOUT ME EM. t KHOW HE CANE BACK. ALONE ROhD OMrO SHORT TRWIS MOHG HIGH GKOilWO, LE^DI1^)' 50 SOV.E SHACfc— TRML.TILL I FJNO f»5H,OR50W TRACE OF HIM! And Thereon. Good- No other drink picks you up like DrPepper nGGER V..WMCH OUT FOR. THAT YOUR NODE MZOUNDLIKE TI(ATFOK? FOR TROUBLE! \ I CAN TELL IF 1 IT'S NEW AT K HAND, BY TH' jfi A NEW START AT 10, 2 AND 4 O'CLOCK! ilcre's a delicious sparkling drink, <lifferen from any you've, iliai LIFTS your energy r wj'hin 2 ta ,S minutes ., . gives you new LIFE fasl. 1'icks you up when you're low. iVolfn'ng like it — everyone loves it. Keep a canon or a case at hand, for a real "ljf( f or | life." At soda fountains, too! Look for handy green and white carry-home carton I shall go to a hotel cou\_o vs. SSV TO VV.M Rosamund, by." "Gooctby." She put down the telephone and lay back on her pillows, smiling at nothing. QHARLOTTE DEAN had scarcely sealed herself at breakfast when she heard Brinsley Shaw's light step on the s t a i morning. Miss Dean! , V n.,t n splendid, spring dayj And honcv- dew is just the thing to with." Eirinsley glanced through tils letters while he ate his melon. Brinsley lit .1 cigarct with his coffee and gunned at Charlotte. "Aunt Kay wouldn't have liked Ihe cigaret. Do you mind?" "Not at all. Mr. Shaw." It unlike Hrin.<;le_ Charlotte wondered what he .'OuJrl have said if she had answered that she did mind cigarcls He was watching her fare through the smoke of his cigaret and something in his eyes made her thankful that she hadn't put his civility to the test. "What are you going to do with yourself now, "' ~ asked. "You're stance, you know, ry?" She overlooked nence. "I'm too old lo adapt myself to such a change. " ' " ln Ut I can t apartment. That is, as soon estate is settled." money when enough to enjoy it." * 9 • PIIARI.OTTF: tii-d to chsnse the subject. "Whal will you do, Mr. Shaw?" "Travel. Once I get rirl of this house and all the junk in it Would you like those Hcpplewhhe chairs for your apartment?" "Of course I would ' felt it her duly to add, ,.„,„ „,„ any idea how valuable they are?" "Sure. Bui I don't need the money and I don't w a n I them They remind me nl . , .> slopped abruptly. "Yes. Mr. Shaw?" "Ol Aunt Kay's last illness. (Tt Be Continued)

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