The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 21, 1953 · Page 15
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 15

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 21, 1953
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TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 1958 BLTTHETILLB (ARK.) COURIER NBW8 PAGE FIFTEEN OUR BOARDING HOUSE — with Major NovJ THAT THE DECK IS CLEARED OP] YOUR TIN PUZZLE, HAV6 YOU AhJY PLANS BESIDES PRODUCING SPRING ' SNORES ? — I SAW A MEN-WANTED' ,6IGH CM A SEWER 306-—AMDYOO M1SUT DECEIVE tH£ P055 FOR A pew DAYS WITH AND A LUMCH PAIL/> r AWPF / VOO KNOW, « MARTHA, m ALLERSIC ' '- -• ' -:<3AS.' BESIDES, I'VE OUT( Gf?OM THOSE OLD OVERALLS , E6AD.'SHe"HAS THW WOUMDSD RHIMO GLEAM IM HER EVe , AGAIM.' ^ 11*1 f/, fflE'5 ALLERSIC TO • THIN6 6UT THE LUNCH PAIL COTTON GROWERS It pays to have your planting cotton seed delinted and cercsan treated by the Slurry Method. We will appreciate the opportunity of rendering you this service. Blylheville Delinting Corp. So. Highway 61 ATTENTION FARMERS Be sure to have your COTTONSEED and SOYBEANS TESTED for GERMINATION. Woodson - Tenent Laboratories Licensed Grain Inspectors 612 West Ash St. Blytheville, Ark. s s D & PL Blue Tag, Arkansas State Certified, 80% Germination Cotton Seed at LOW Prices. 1 lo 5 Tons .................... Per Ton $135 5 to 10 Tons ... ....... ......... Per Ton $130 10 Tons or More ................ Per Ton $125 Lowrance Bros. & Co. Inc. Driver, Ark. Phone 2613 Wilson FUEL OIL G. 0. POETZ OIL CO. "/ Sell That Stuff" Phone 2089 Office & Bulk Plant- Promised Land RTH ABIDES by GEORGE R.STEWART IWkr XXVII ^TN the morning things Indeed looked better — not altogether rosy, perhaps, but at least not too dark. Ish ate breakfast in a good enough mood. He was happy to see Bob at the breakfast table again, and by.questioning got from him 'some more, details of the trip Then, jusi--as he was beginning to feel comfortable, the Whole thing broke loose on him when Bob spoke. "I guess," he said, "I'll go over and see Charlie now." Ish felt a sudden desire to snap out a bit of fatherly advice, wouldn't see so much of that fellow, if I were you." But be saw Em's eyes saying no, and he himself knew that such advice would only make Charlie seem forbidden and more attractive, i Bob went, and after the morning 'chores were finished, the other children drifted oft too. 'There is trouble ahead!" "Perhaps," said Em, and Ish suddenly realized that that was the lirst time she had admitted the possibility, and then she changed the direction of his thoughts with a second remark, "But be careful that you're not the one who starts i the trouble." I "What .do you mean?" he snapped, angrily, although he did not often get angry at Em. "You . mean that this is just a fight for ' domination?" "I think that you'd better go over and see what's happening now," she said, disregarding his last question. He saw the hammer on the mantelpiece. "So that's it!" he thought irritably. "You're letting the children's Ideas work Into you! 1 ' Nevertheless he picked up the hammer and took it along. Its . weight and solidity gav,e him comfort. Over from where the bonflre had OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Wllliami FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS I COUU5 BE WROM6 ABOUT THIS NEW CRAZE/ UDOKS ^ LIKE ITS HERS TO STAY/ TrIAT TAIL HAlf TUCK Berwee HIS LEG* AM* 1 WISH Htf SMUT \ UP AW LET ME TEW. 1 TH' STORIES/ HB 7 oerc-vou UNFIT TO LIVE WITH BEFORE 1 KIN EVEN THINK UP MY STORV/ STOMP. BOLA , MARATHON CONTEST WASSW LOOK* SUSPICIOUS" THERESA STOW THERE SOME- OM, I sw wow/ AMAZ.IWS/ jusr WHAT n/g BEEM SEARCHES FOR/ TO RESTATH A COMMON QuoTMlOfJ- »IP YOU CANT LICK'EM JOIN ' SPECIAL SALE / ON 'FOAM RUBBER CUSHIONS, THE WORRY WART ... Benefit by Reading and Using Courier News Classified Ads 'He not only has curly hair, but hs i* practically man—h« starts a year from next fall!" IHE/lEPHIM.THENItE PODT!...B KAPIO CONKED eETTme our is easy... 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ANP THEY THINK THEY CAN SET AWAY WITH 6IVIN6 E A PALTRY WELL, WE MAPE THE FRONT P-A&E ANYHOW WELL, WELL SEE THAT- QUICK; ARE YOU vic FLINT;) THAT'S RI&HT- LIKE IT SAYS ON f-i WHAT Cftri I THIS CARP? Layer Mash 100 Ib. Layer Pellet] 100 Ib. Egg Pelletl 100 Ib. Chick Starter 100 Ib. Grower Mash 100 Ib. Scratch Feed 100 Ib. Sugarlne 16% Dalrj. 100 lb> Wayne 16% Dairy IM Ibs. 32% Dairy Feed .. 100 Ib. Calf Starter Pellets 100 Ib Pi; A Sow Meal 100 Ib. Pig It Sow Pellets 100 Ib 35% Hog Balancer 100 Ib. 40% Hoe Sup'lmnt 100 Ib. MV MIWD'S WW?6 UP, PODWEK.ri HOWE BV WIW OF ENfiLWODl fc MOT TOO FM? OUT 0' THE WMi WOP IHNIENT ZKK ' PEUUV BURKE IM'THRee VEP.RS 1 —' rwo NR- MWL LETTER* FROM HER WITHIW TEW THAJ-S MORE TH/VW SHB USUM.W WEIT6S JUST SW/IN IM A YEA.E.! 5DMBTHIUS WOU'P LIKE TO MU5T'l»E HA.PPEWED1/SEE HER WHILE VOU WEKE THIS CLOSE TO L0WDON. C&KOL PEWWV'S L&TTEES, EA$Y. TOO WU PUMMO WOT& IM'EW Pork Maker Horse Feed Rabbit Pellet! lint Food WR Shorts .. Polished ChopB . 100 Ib. . IM Ib. ...100 Ibs. . 101 Ihi .. 100 Ibs. ...100 Ibi. Ish considered for words. He might say "we" but that was vague. "I say so." Charlie said nothing In return; he sat there. He picked up a few little pebbles from the ground and idly twitched them with his left AVAUNI1 AND QUIT MY bltaHi: Lt, BY GHOSTS OF / WBJ-A THE EARTH HIPE THEE! THY BLOOD MEN HE'D HAD/ THERE Jl IS COLD; THOU HAST NO SPECULATION IN THOSE EYE6 WHICH THOU DOST GLARE WITH! ACCORDING TO gCOTTI5H HISTORIANS, SUCH AN EPISODE DID TAKE PLACE SURELY, A.MU YOU'RE MOT SERIOUS ABOUT 6HAKESPEARE'S MACBETH BEING hand, throwing them here and He could not have stated. any more clearly, his dii.»'espect At last Charlie spoke. MINNOWS lots of old wise-cracks you can say when any guy says to you 'I say You know what they are; so from Ozark Fish Hatchery Also Roaches & Worms 24 Hour Service LUTES' why you want me to lay off? Ish spoke quickly. "This is it," he said. "It's simple enough. We're a pretty good bunch of people here, not mental giants, any of us, I guess, but still nobody lot of hall-wilted brats running in on us, the sort of children Evie CICERO/PUT / I THAT HOSE / VA CLIMBSP UI5HT INTA THAT ONE, /jNLY when he had stopped speaking, did he realize that by I REALLY EARN W POUSH/ SITTIN' WITH THIS KIP/ speaking at all in reply to Charlie I LUMBER CO. question, he had made a mistake. Like any intellectual, he had been Frlcndl; Building Service, umber, Paint, Wallpaper. Plumbing, Gas Installation, H£i, KEEP OLJTA THEM FLOWER6/ happy to stop commanding and be- mitted that his command was rion- Charlie'a words had the confident ring of the voice of feeling himself in control FOR SALE Corrugated 'Metal Culvert Pipe Automatic Flood G«t« Concrete Culvtrt TIU Septic Tanki GOOO OV' \\fsWW ! StVVt VROOO Q\ 'IM '. ova '\M DOT be glad 1 was so agreeable. No, there was nothing more to WEBB CULVERT TILE CO. got up, turned or. heel, and walked off. sudden quick memory In his mind of once long before, when he had met a man just after the Great walked away with the feeling that he might be shot in the back. Yet, Spring or Elastic Abdomfnll Belli been, he heard a sound of people laughing, and he walked that way. /"'LOSE to the center of the group, ^ right beside Charlie, Evie was sitting, the half-witted one, and there was a look on her face that Ish had never seen there before. Evie, he realized now, fully developed woman, startlingly blond, in a special way, beautiful. As Ish drew near, Charlie— nonchalantly almost—reached out with his right arm, and put it around Evie snd drew her close to him. She seemed surprised, but yielded comfortably. Charlie looked at Ish, and Ish knew that this was the crisis of open defiance. Ish mutely accepted the challenge; he felt calmer now. This was no time to let anger disturb one's thoughts. Now that was action, he could think more clearly. "All of you go somewhere for a vhile!" he said loudly. There was no need for finesse or excuses; they all knew something was going to happen. "I want to talk to Charlie here for a few minutes. Ezra, you take j. ou really ought to be glad for is Evie over to Holly's. She needs n, at j picked on that one around her hair combed." j here, the only one old enough who There was no argument; every- ain't married already. What if I'd body left so readily that they must | \jked one of the others, and she, really have been a little fright- m e? Then you might have a pretty ened. By having Ezra go, Ish was, me ss on your hands. You better losing his best ally, but to have lad him stay would have been a confession of weakness before all of the others, Including Charlie. Then the two of them were left there alone—Ish standing, as he had been when he spoke; Charlie, still sitting. Charlie made no gesture of rising; so Ish sat down. He would not stand when the other sat so lazily. Ish saw no reason to beat about e bush. "All I want »o say la that you must quit this with Evlc." Ch.irlic was equally direct. "Who says so?" not afraid, and it was the more humiliating that he was not realized that Charlie would think there was no need of shooting. He, Ish, had come off second-best. (To B« Continued) Kirby Drug Stores

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