The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 23, 1948 · Page 8
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FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1948 OUT OUR ^ By J. R. Williams. Our Boarding House with Maj. Hoople BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS THE OMLV THIWG IN MODERW MACHIMER-V TH' BULL O TH' WOODS VvOW'T TAKE TO IS A WRIST WATCH- HB THINKS 61RLI5H HE'S GOT THAT GUV SELF - CONSCIOOS ABOUT IT--HE AIW'T GOT HIS WRIST WATCH CM BUT IS SUBCONSCIOUSLY HIPIN' IT. 6GAD.TVMSGS/I MY POISES AREr WAVING A REt> I wOhi'T TtU Hlk'V HORS6 GULPING PILLS TO 66 A. RftC\hSG THOROUGH - BReo ~~ X'AA WATCHING FOR THE AKilM/XL TO A KILUWG TIP M6 OFF IP YOU THfc I'LL WALK PLAMK SS , . THIS HOW OOHrt D. STARTED U\S FORTUNE ? 11. THE BIG INFLUENCE Soap bubbles blown with hot »ir will c»rry small objects aloft. , Average tuberculosis death rate iafor the United States 1« 57 per ^00;000 ot population. Political Announcements The Courier News has been authorized to announce the following candidates, subject to the Democratic primaries, July 20 and August 3: COUNTS TREASURER Prank Whitworth COUNTY COURT CLERK Elizabeth JBlythe FOR CORONER E. M. HOLT FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR Herbert T. Shlppen STATE REPRESENTATIVE L. H. Autry H. E. "Bud" Fisher Leslie N. "Dukie" Speck For Count; Judge Roland Green Tar Circuit Court Clerk Harvey Morris a Fried Chicken River Catfish 85c Choice of 4 meals Vegetables - Salad 50c Goff Hotel Coffee Shop ike innocent By Renee Shann COPYRIGHT BY RENEE 511 ANN; DISTRIBUTED BY NEA SERVICE. INC THE sioliv, l'« 1 i,-, c » •„,,, ttlmlr truuxkl ^f br I»vo m«l.lr> • unl>. l» I. lore wllh Paul Taylor. whom her *••!• h«vr turliltldFM her lo aee be<auar lh«j have hrvrr brt» properly Introduced. C'hnr- lo-:ie, l*»Urnre'» I»T|B *}«t«r rrhow • te hiC* •«! «ecB «l»ce childhood. U • •laice alar reheMrvlnx * •ho»v l> l.ouj.iu. She lnvlle> l-allrnce • > 1« «»e»d • day vpllh her. dren*e« • er mtnmrtly from her O%T» wardrobe. t'ailcnce meet* Ruxer rHrk- • o». popular aclor nad Charlutle'* koyfrleud. Ko K er l» attracted Co l>atie»ce. «a7B he !• coin* lo ice •er aitaim. Oa the war home. Pallenc« atop* In it lane to rna off her makeup before rncInK her annla. Her fnce {• covered Kith cold cream whea 1'anl romfn uvoa her. She know* the took* a fright. XV Patience flew Into a J temper. "What are you doing here, anyway?" she demanded, angrily. "I followed you. I was ^o intrigued to know what was going on. It's surprising to find you're Roofing Contracting Patching, Coating, Re-roofing No Job too Large or Too Small Phon* 2536 For Prompt Service Eddie Saliba dark horse. You who always pretended you were such a dear little innocent! Incidentally, who were those flashy friends who saw you off at the station?" Patience's eyes blazed. "They weren't flashy." "Well, they hardly looked the sort your revered aunts would approve of. A bit stagey, I thought them. But the girl was a knockout, I agree. Unfortunately I didnt see much of her. She would keep turning her back towards me." Patience opened her handbag with trembling hands to feel for her compact and powder-puff. In her confusion she spilled the entire contents on to the ground. Paul immediately stepped forward and helped her to pick them up. The lipstick that Charlotte had given her rolled the farthest and he chased k and handed it back to her. "That new?" "Yes." "You didn't use to use one." "I know." Paul looked at herspeeiilath'ely. "I'd be interested to know what you're up to. Patience." Patience tossed her head. "And I'd be interested to know why . you Imagine I should be answerable to you." "That's easy. Because wa're In love with each other." "Don't be silly." "You think that's silly?" "Very. I've never been In the east in love with you." "No?" Suddenly he moved to ler nnd his hands came down on her shoulders. "You know quite well that's not true. You were in love with me. You still are in love with me. But the trouble's been you've not had the spunk to face up to it But now—well, iomclhing's changed you." He paused a moment for breath and his brows darkened. "I don't like it I don't like you in that smart dress. It doesn't suit you and you look a mess \vith all that muck on your face. For two pins I'd take you right back to your aunts and tell them they'd better keep a closer eye on you. Yes. and I'll tell them too that by refusing to let you see me they're only running their heads into a pack ot trouble. That engaged to me, you'd have come to no harm. Whereas now—" Patience raised . slapped his face with a flrm. stinging blow. him, reached for her bicycle, got on, and down the lane. CHE there was « little stream nearby. She bathed them till Iliej- relumed to normal. Then she took out her powdcr-pufT. Ah. that was betlcrl Better outwardly, at least. B«- cnuse inwardly she wat still seeth- ng. (low dare Paul behove as f he'd every right to order her about? How dared he suggest that Charlotte and Roger were Bashyt Never would she speak lo him again. Her aunts were waiting for her when she got in. She stood in the doorway forcing ' herselj to smile at them. "Ah. there you are, dear child," said Miss Alice. Mis» Helen looked up from her mending, her brows contracting at sight of Patience. Patience dear, what oo earth have you got on?" 'A dress that Charlotte gave m«. Aunt Helen." 1 can't say I cure much for It And those shoes! Really the hccl» •ire quite ridiculous. Especially ID the country." "But I "Light" helUim. weighing onlj three-fourths as much, ns ordinary helium, has been seperaled /or the first time by physirists. DAY RATE HOUR RATE WEEK RATE DAY AND NIGHT NURSERY For Children of All Ages! Here's what folks with children have wanted for a long time! A responsible, safe place to leave their children while shopping, going to a movie or on a trip. meals are available, as well as clean NEW beds. ARTIE'S NURSERY Phone 2350 313 N. 2nd St. Reo/ Estate, Business, farm and Auto LOANS Existing Homes f or huyinp, refinancing biiilrtinp, remodeling. ™" "Farm lands and Auto loans. Quick Service. UNITED INSURANCE AGENCY IK S. 1st—Ingrain BWr;.—Ground Floor Phone 510 *• F. "nee" Dietrich, Manas" "Complete Insurance Service" SEE TOUR KAISER-FRAZER DEALER Gel- A New Car RIGHT AWAY! IN BLYTHEVILLE IT'S "61" Motor Company (Home of "61" Implement Company) North 6th Street Phone 2J42 "I'm worried since your fathtr took up Interior decorating it a hobby—he wants to paper the house himself, and h« can't even put on his own ncckti* itraiVM'" even put on his own necktie straight!" PACK THTRTEKf FKKCKLE8 ft H18 FRIENDS By MEREILL BUM8BB Grip DON'T KHOW AS I WANT TK/XT OLD TOftN POWN—WHAT DO you PAYING T SORC! uTw SO WG- EAWeO WE'LL DO IT PM US FOR, GETTING THAT E.VESORE OFF > ,( YOUR, PKOPEHY/' YOU WOULDN'T PEOPLE LIVE IN CHiCKEN- NOW WOULD Yoi) w THANKS,MR.. SCUHLE, I KNEW _.. ,_.,„ . . THAT I HOBM- see irouR WAY/ / House-J SWOGGCEO GOT TO DO VWlTH PRISCIljLA'S I'OP Tlinl's Settled By AL VERMEER fotel, you know (/at house dow t/ie street that you like So much...the one Kith ~ ttie'fw sa/e'sign? Remember Aw )W nvndered // we could Sfrqoe up down payment :hem in the country, Aum Helen. The whole get-up's for London. Miss Alice said, > trifle nervous- By MICHAEL O'MALLEY and RALPH LANK ly, lhat she thought It wa« very Waiting outside Hie gate. Kip and Libby mads plans to help me even before they knew It) been caught. angrily. "It's not suilabl* tor Patience, Alice." Patience's eyes grow stubborn. "I like it, Aunt Helen." "Well. I hope you'll refrain from HOW CAN VOU <x r os RUST inr GUARDS AT THE GATf ? HONEY, THEY RE OLB VK : fRIENDS.'REMEMBER MV BROTHER ROCKY IBID TO OW* THE JOINT i STRAP, WILL YOU, KIP? THE LIGHTS AC EON AGAIN IKI THE CLUB.' HURRY INTO THAT EVENING DRESS LIBBY/ I'Vl GOT A HUNCH VIC NEEDS US IN THERE/ wearing it down here. certainly you can't go to the dressmaking academy in gether too flashy." It was an unfortunate word. touched Patience on the f KNOW YOU'RE A LITUE CRAWPtD, BUT WE'VE GOFTO tOOK FASHIONA8LE TO MOVE INTO TKMt CIRCtES. Helen, I do wish you'd realize that I'm grown-up and it's time I ceased dressing like a schoolgirl." Miss Helen looked at her coldly. "I think you forget yourself, Patience. That's not the tone of *- turned the corner. voice 1 expect you to me to me. stop to take her handkerchief from WASH TUBBS He's a Natural her pockefto wipe away Hie tears under-lip struggled By LKSLIE TURNKK that rained down her cheeks. Only WEIL, Vrt) SEE BUSTS*. WSUHWR- 1DUH-H-H... STOOD TH 1 3ACKPOT QUESTION J SO WB ON ^ QUIZ PROSRMA AH'GOT yglOWEP PA W RIOHT WJ5WEK.I SO — r"t>OUfiH 1»,»! ON * CAR, HfUDED WBl! HOP Ml ^COURSE IT MN'1 ITLl OIT Ut HOUVWOOP IU5IVLF! for utterance, but she as she ncared home did she make EVER SINCE I FIRST THRONED »W THAT »OM M Kl« CHi5, I'VE KWOWtO : »*» CUT OOT TO tf A ACTOR. back, She dropped down on a low an effort to pull herself together. PtCIOEP TO 40 INTO TH She got off her bicycle and once stool beside her Aunt Alce «nd more looked at herself in the mir- in answer to her questioning began to give her a rather censored ver- handbag. Her face sion ol her day in Londo?.. ow was pale and her eyes showed that she'd been crying. HERE'S SAFE STORAGE For Furs For Woolens Double Reason By FRED HARMAN m 50 EMOTED 1 COULOlOT \>iMT TILL TOj GOT HERE, CUCKSXIS!.' RED FIGURED HECOUVD HELP GET THE RArtCrl Nu-Wa Laundry Cleaners 220 North Second Street Phone 4474-4475 , res, Lawn Grasses 4: Other Field See*. See Us For Your Requirements By V. T. HAMLIN Blytheville Soybean Corporation 856 Phones 8RAVES? 1IIOSE 5CASCCROWS ? ARE \ YOU KIDOIN'7 W1IV. 1 COULD BUSI \ GANG TO AlATCIUVOOO AN'NEVER TAKE A DEEP B«fATH LOOkIT THESE SOflRY HAVEN'T I«P A 5OUARG MCAL IN A LIFETIME.' NTHIS PLACE OP DESOLATION,IT IS ENOUGH TO KEEP Off STARVATION FOR A TIME/ YIK. BUT THM TIME'S GONE. BROTHER. BECAUSE I'MTAKIN WU 6UY1S WHERE THERE'S PUC NT V T'E»T FOB COTTON FARMERS oellnted cotton «eeit jrerminale quicker, ptont , and plow tht same week. Redlee chopping expense an* ITOW mar* cotton. STATE CERTIFIED VARIETIES AVAII.A1H.K * F. L, N«. u, per M Ifc. b>< ................ |I«.M J-B, Howrlen 41-B, per 5* Olhtr r»rietk« H.lf A M.lf (Hlbred) per 5« Ib. b»i ............... ll.M StoneTllle Z-C, per s« Ib. b»j ..................... l«.o* r. IM Wilt ReWitint, per M ». bar ........ 10.25 Pinla, per M Ib. b»g Empire, per M Ib. bar; ......... , .................. 10.54 C««»« !• »nJ pUc« BOOTS AND HER OH 3 So LonK, Sis! ~aw By EDGAR MARTIN voo ,\? v f> MtS.'i WMW X svmi v<xi order »r fti jo»r sipplr today. ULYl'HEVIU.E SOYBEAN BlylhtTilre, Ark. Phom Ark. C»rilr!e;i, M« Mornenvllle, »n<i Senath, M».

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