The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 8, 1948 · Page 15
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TUESDAY, JUNK 8, 1948 OUT j)UR WAY By J. R. Williams Our Boarding House with Maj. Hoople BLYTHKVIT.T.B (ARK.)' COURIER NKWS GOVERNMENT MOUSING PROJECT , MA3OR.' THAT'S 7/ve KWD HE'S. SMOK/fJG, I'D AS soo/g POfZTIOM Of THe m^wmmt ELL, VI ITU SALT THAT MIGHT WOT BE 8AD- BORN THIRTY YEARS. TOO SCOM Although the lomalo Is native to America, it was eaten In Kin-op; long before people in Hie U. S. used it for looci, about 1835. Read Courier News Want Ads, IN THE MUNICIPAL COURT FOR THE CITY OP BIA-THKVILLE, ARKANSAS R. O. Allen dba , Aliens Service Station, PU. vs. No. I960 • Illlvlll IIIMlslN )j{ You Are Cordially ! Invited to Visit \ The I Accessory Shop i Feminine Apparel i Mabel Hogan Jessie Svit* Hotel Noble B!dg. Blytheville, Ark. Blytheville Glass Co. Jo» Atkins Bldn. ttwj. 61 Co. Auto Glass Installed While. You Wait Safety Glass Window Glass Structural Glass Store Front Metal Plate Glass Mirrors A Complete Glass Service Also Glass Blocks Furniture and Desk Tops Wt Also Do Caulkinjf! Phone 3142 F. A. Stanley, Owner xvi I" ATER you could puzzle over the impulse which made yon allow a man whom you had met just twice to lake you in his arms and kiss you. Later you might suffer shame and humiliation at your own weakness and hate yourself for disloyalty lo your husband. Not now. At the moment nothing mattered, for you were unable to think clearly and stilled the voice of conscience by givinq as excuse the bitter'loneliness which you had known for three long years. Afterward, when Jessica tried to analyze that moment, she could remember best the sun, warm on her cheeks, the endless stretch of blue sky overhead, the wind tangling her hair, and then Davkt's eyes, so blue and intense, holding her own. She remembered the comfort of Da\ p id's arms around her and her sudden wild desire to have his lips upon her own. Then the picture bi fused. David had told her that he loved her. Did she love him? How could you be certain about love? It was so easy lo be mistaken. Hadn't she been mistaken in the past about her love for Tom? -yine must not think of the past David had said, "Later we'll make plans, Jessica, not now. Don'l spoil this moment. Just, let's be happy." She had had so little happiness, nothing but rebuffs and disapproval. She had wanted to laugh and cry and bad clung to David while the tears blinded her eyes. * » * '"PHEY were quiet during the return trip. The sun was sinking low as they approached the ent across Belsy to meet Jessica's jlance. "Sorry?" he asked. She shook her head. No. she was iol sorry. Her heart still held a touch of I ho heady hrippiness which had warmed her under' David's kLss, She let her finders cling lu his i they drove slowly through the ^littering dusk: H w.is wonderful to be happy, to be hived and cherished,, to forget a future which before had loomed threaten ing and dark with apprehension. Hut tbe carefree mood had lasted only under I lie spell of David's smile. When he had driven away, and Jessica turned to walk with Betsy up the steps of the old gray house where she had lived since Tom went away and lett her, the afternoon seemed like a dream. As the door cloFud behind her and she stood in the cold dark hallway she fell imprisoned ajjain beset by doubts and low-spirited. Belsy said practically, "1 wani my supper." "You've had your supper, bahy.' Lucy opened the kitchen ctooi and said, "Where were you? \vas woviied-" Jessica removed Betsy's bonnet and coal. She followed Lucy through the kitchen door. Lucy bustled about making hot tea, saying thai her mother had gone to church and that she had stayed at home believing they might return chilled and hungry. Lucy will be hurt when I tel! her I plan to leave Tom, thought Jessica, with a touch of irritation at her own sense of guilt. Why, "I UCY .suid nothing. She sut down, •' drank her lea and inndc no comment, but later, ns they - ,;eliicr in 11 le living room, she said, "Please don't hurt Tom, Jessica." Jessica dropped the book she had lie en pretending to read. "Why . , should I bother about what Lucy thinks? I'm young. I've a right lo happiness. Lucy said, "Drink your tea," Jessica pushed the cup away. "I've had my lunch." She hurried on to explain, "We met David O regury i n the pa r k and he, i n sis ted that we take a ride. Betsy loved it." Odis Talley. Dft. City of BlythRvUlf. F. P -- son. Mayor and W. I. Mafia, ' City Clerk. Garm^neL. WARNING ORDER | The defendant, OdLs Talley. Is , dcr. atty.s for pur. JNOW! appear in the Municipal Court for tbe City of BlyLheville within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, R. C. Allen. Witness my hand, as clprk of said Court, and the spnl thereof, on this (lie 3rd day of June, 19-ia, \V. I. MAUN Clerk of Municipal Court Percy A. Wright and T, J. Crow- •at FOUNTAINS! Political I Announcements Tha Courier News has seen authorized to Htmounce Ihe follow-1 ing candidates, subject to thei Democratic primaries, July 27 and 1 August lo ^ COUNTS' TREASURER Frank Whltworlh COUNTY COURT CLERK Elizabeth Blythe FOR CORONER E. M. HOLT FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR Herbert T. Shipper) STATE REPRESENTATIVE Jimmie Edwards L H. Autry H. K. "Bud" Fisher Leslie N. "Dultie" speck A For County Jnd« * "aland Green Fielder Peery For Circuit court Clerk Harvey Morris CONSTABLE (Chlskasawaba Township) J. Robert Crosskno Arch Uridsey Kvcrywherc! i Radio Service ! at its Best! ! All New KM ! Ttsi Equipment ; t • .All Service Guaranteed ;l ! Blytheville Sails Co. I \ Felix Carn.y I • 138 E. Main Phone .1616 j' *»m*mmmmmmmm~ mmmmmmmumm I K. M. LARKIN AUTO PARTS Main * Lake SI. Phone 523 We Install Window Glass For Any Make Automobile While-You Wail I Window Channels Regulators PITTSBURGH PAINTS 0 Complete Line of Auto Parts Don't Be a Spendthrift! Save That Hard-Earned Cash! You tan save up (o 5(T* on Jill your niito body and fender repair at HOT'S BODY SHOP. PAINT JOBS—$35 & up. Complete upholstery service . . . Head linings . . . Poor Panels . . . Floor Mais . . . Complete Body Trim. Take advanlage of our low overhead expense and have lhal old car repaired now. Any model from 1919 lo 19'!9. HOT'S BODY SHOP 110 So. Lilly ICE-COLD WHOLE or SLICED Blytheville Curb Market 130 E. Main Hlg FRIEND* By MERRILL BLO6UH P«ri»h tht Thought rif (JOM.5 AM NOW CLOSED 7 THE VOTES WfU BE COUNTED THE RESULTS /1MNOUMCBP DBIPWEST "(KINS I EVffc HEARD Of/ •!£V;;UY™ TAMPER OWMOlA.SS-1 Ki/rlrS? J.'ATCS ' -/.„?*'\??' "If, Rlway, r.Uxing to vl.lt you, and not to he«r somebody talking about lh< n.lghbor. all tha time, but only about yourself!" , r/.' Voun' qeCtinq to be J big 'a Yes, Someone Is By MICHAEL O'MALLEY «nd RALPH LANK FROM OUTSIDE HfRt ON THE ROOF I CAM CASE THE JOINT. NO THIIK6 WHAT'I WAV RUII INTa SOMtONE MJ LOOKING K» ME WASH TUBBS SO 1 . I ftiSUME VOUT 6051- UKHMIDKE.SIR!! TNO^.tto! SOU KMOW Wt HftF ^.!*"BSL l 7 r 10HAT!r ALL THOSE EXTRAS WAIIINSTO ARE PART OF THOT (WCHIS INOKKIN THE SUGAR WUSCEKE* COHFOUUOEB CINEMfS David's love is quite dif- O. Pai I low. att «d litcm. 6 8-15 -O. They're Off Again By FRED BARMAN N'T OE&EQVE QOiXj* E«™E\I, BJ" v.vi L t fy!' T :£ G °i TO \ MONTH QUICK. WTOEMN/ Some Changes .M«d« , BOOTS AND IIKK BUDDIES The Next Step By EDGAR MARTIN "1 l;iiou- about Dnvit! Gregory." "\Vliiil nboul David Gregory? 1 * "He works iti Ihe same ... tot Hint, 1 really know him," '"Gossip!" said Jessica. "Not exactly. He's handsome nut siK'CUNsfnl nnd tins li.id ndvnn- a^ys 'I'oni never had. A Hue •at ion ;tt an Easier ti college. Venlthy piiienls. Tom li<id tu woi'k o help support us." Jessica said hnpHlieiUly, "Why must you compare Tom ami Davit Grei'm-y? Why is it wrong for ne tti wjnil to da the things other girls do \VMO are yom:;;?" She rose and losscd her hook down oti the tnblc, "1 owe something to myself," she said hotly. "1 was young ami >-il]y, I smiil, but Tom u.sed every argument lo pcrsunde me to qiarry him. T]IPM he brushed ,-i.sidn ,njiy ni)li«iilion lo consider my happiness when lie left ...„. Now, whatever I felt (or Tom Blake is dead," She (lung herself out or Hie room. But later, in the dark I is-* tening In Betsy's soft, regular breatiling, she remembered Tom more clearly than at any lime since their marriage. She remembered how he had let T alone when she had told him it. was useless far him lo love her. Shu remembered the day she had taken her car and gone in search of him, and how even then he had been reluctant to get jn the car until she insisted he come with her. Tom Itivcd her then, She s;it up in bod. her finger* linked nbout her knee. 1 :, nnd stared off into the tl a rk n ess w Vi i c Ii shrouded the crib where Relsy slept. She had loved Tom once. Had she forgotten? No, she thought stubbornly, I haven't forgotten. Hut love like that doesn't last. — .,„ fnlualton and indifference lo the future. ferenl. Dr. W. F. BREWER DKNTIST OFFICE 209'i W. MAIN ST PHONE 2112 Blytheville, Ark. Phone 973

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