The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 2, 1948 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 2, 1948
Page 13
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FRIDAY, JULY », 194« RT,YTHKVrTJ,E (ARK.)' COURIER NBWS OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams Our Boarding House with Maj. Hoople you WOKE ME UP, MO& BRISTLES AMD Off VC6.Y/~- vJHM VOO ABOUT? AU'S AHEAD OP OS IS A(JOTM5R D«V O* CAPITAL PAIS.VYIM' VJfc AN 'WtAF.KS MPvRTHA THE SP6AR irt US FOR 6SCAPINS' WHATT YOU SAY DOES THAT TO VOU ! VOL) MEAM TO SAY THAT ALL THESE STIFF-LEC.6EP GUVS I BEEN SEEISf A^OOND HERE LATELY IS CAUSED BY GOLF? ( YEH--1TS KCKJOWM ? A ROUND HE RE AS I OOLF LEG \ IS CAUSEP BY REPA1RIN' GOLF CLUBS OM THE V COMPAWVS TtKIE: Hf\S'E A BULLY IDEA, FOP. COOLING) MARTHAS WRftThli MeH' By Morgaretlo Brucker NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned will within the time iixetl by luw apply to the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas for a permit to sell beer »t retail at Main Street, Manila, Mississippi County. | The undersigned states that he is j * citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that lie lias never been convicted of a felony or other I crime involving moral turpitude; I that no license to sell beer by tlie undersigned has been revoked wit'.- j in five years last past: and that the • undersigned Has never been - con- i vtcted of violating the laws of this j state, or any other state, relating ^p the sale of alcoholic liquors. V JAMES H. COATS Subscribed and sworn to before me this 1 day of July, 1948. Mrs. Marshall Blflckard (SEAL) Kotary Public. My Commission expires March & 1948. Nolle* •< Granting of Liquor Permit Notice is hereby given that the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas hiu Issued a permit, No. Hi to Filrtiore a, Gipson BEER TOFAK (24 bottlffi) J1.9S GRIF.SEIHF.CK 13.15 case FALSTAFF »3.15 case ttOI.DCKF.ST Jl J3.1S case BUDWEISER fl.75 CUM PABST Blue Ribbon . .*3.75 ras« ALPEN BRAU (2.75 caM CIGARETTES JOc pkr. Philip Applebaum's LIQUOR STORE •110 So. 5th Phone 820 Prottct Your Loved Ones See E. H. FORD Before You DIE! XXXVII T UCY could not b« brought home *-* immediately. Possibly not for a week or, two. Then there would be a period ot lime svhich must elapse before plastic surgery could be done to help mnke less shocking the disfiguring scan lelt by Hip burns. "When Lucy comes, I con manage," Tom lolcl Jessica several mornings after his announcement that his sister had recognized him He had immediately gone oul and reclaimed his old job at the rubber .pits. Now he was working steadily, Jessicn heard from David, Telephone calls. Finally David himsel. appeared one day, impatient, ant irritable, and unable to accept her excuse that when Tom was away on a job someone had to remain with Mis. Blake. ir Let him hire a nurse," saic David, looking oddly out of plac in the Blake living room, his crit leal glance traveling over ihe ol portraits on the walls and fasten ing upon Tom's picture upon th table. "This the soldier?" he as carelessly. "That's Tom." David gave the picture on) careless attention. "When are you going to Ken tucky, Jessica?" he asked. "When Lucy is strong enough I take care of her mother and kee house lor Tom. He has to work.yo know. He'll have heavy expenses "Linton plans lo finance th plastic surgery job. Pretty decei of him." "Decent?"" David shrugged. "He didn't ow the gir] a thing. She made a fo of herself, which wasn't his faull "You mean—?" Her shock) •dark eyes never left David's ban some face. So David had know all along! He offered no explanation b eyed her curiously. "Look he you don 1 l condemn the man be cause he was human?" "He has a wife." "A cold proposition," said David differently. "T h e daughter's uite different." He smiled engag- gly. "J'm not trying to make jealous, buV I lufili Union's aughler is a very attractive girl." |"E rose then and look her in bis A arms. His lips sought hers, dc- anding a response she found it aid to give. Why? Because it shocked her to ave David make love to her in om's home? Jessica tried lo draw away but e held her Fast, lie said posit, vc- y, "Once and for all you must set date when you will leave this \ouse. Set your own date, but lon't expect to change Li because 'oin Blake meets some new difll- u!iy. Exactly when iloes this sis- er expect lo come homo?" "Thursday." "Very well. We'll say that you will stay until after New Year's. That will give you more than a month. That will reconcile you to didn't force her Into any situation. She was nuite willing lo exchange whnt you hnve to ofler [or a very different type of living, one that she has been accustomed to and deserves. Jessica has been generous enough to refuse to leave immediately. 1 understand that you have had trouble here." "I.enve my aHoUs out of this," Tom &aid. * • * HPllE door into the kitchen opened anil Betsy came in. Jessica had completely forgotten her daughter, busy with her toys in the sunshiny kitchen. The child's round eyes traveled past David and brightened as they saw her father. "Daddy!" she shouted "»nrt rushed forward and held him tight around the knees. "This is my cue to exit." said David, He was still at cnse, smiling at Jessica as she followed him to the hull door. "1M1 cnll you tomorrow," he snid in parting, ignoring Tom completely. "Good thing this whole affair has been brought out in (he open," he added as he said gocxlby. He doesn't have to go back and face Tom. thought Jessica, as she watched him climb into his roadster, his hat tipped al a jaunty his new, crazy sense of duty to a man you plan lo leave. Pm hav- ng our company lawyer check the Kentucky divorce laws. Belter lo e prepared, although I don't think Blake will make any trouble." "No, Blake will not make any trouble. They sprang apart. Jessica felt shame; David looked confused. Tom stood in Ihe doorway. He came forward. "Arc you Da vie Gregory?" "1 am." David had regii i ncd his so] f- cofitrol. He even managed to smile while Tom regarded him with cool contempt and said. "You are the man Jessica plans to many? "Yes, I am. But there's no rca son we should jump at each other' throats because we happen lo be involved in this kind of situation." "Such as a man stealing another man's wife?" David shrugged. "H you want to be melodramatic nboul ilV yes. Jessica has a mind of her own. I angle. Tom looked up as she came back a the living room. "I'm bringing jucy home this week," he said. " she is not able to do much Cor * while, I'll Ret a housekeeper to help her. I can afford one now that I'm working again." lie went on trolling Bclsy on his knee and made no reference to David's visit. He seemed to accept Dnvid's announcements calmly, and as a matter of course planned for the day when his wife would leave him. Jc?sica wanted lo strike out and hurt him, cruelly. "You'll miss Betsy," she said. After a moment, Tom said, "That's not all I'll miss," and looked straight into her troubled eyes. A sob rose in her (hi oat and choked her. Jessies lurncd and wcnl quickly upstatrs lo her own mom. She Hung herself face down across the bed and xmifilcd her sobs in the pillow. (To B* Continued) to sell and dispense vinous or spirit- 1 South Second Street, Blylheville. I the uous liquors for beverage at retail This permit Issued on the 1st i on the premises described as 119 day of July, 1948 and expires on j 30th day of June, 1949. Filtnort G. GIpson 7I2-! Political Announcements .jm The Courier News has been Authorized to announce the following candidates, subject to the Democratic primaries, July 27 and | August 10 COUNTY TREASURES Prank Whitworth COUNTT COURT CLERK Elizabeth Blythe FOR CORONER E. M. HOLT FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR Herbert T. Shlppen STATE REPRESENTATIVK Jimmie Edwards U H Autry H. S. "Bud" Fisher Leslie N. "DuMe" Speck For Count; Jod^v o^lind Green Fielder Peery Fw Circuit Court CIrrk Harvey Morris CONSTABLE (Chiskasawaba Township) J. Robert Crosskno Arch Lindsey Protect Your Loved Ones See E. H. FORD Before You DIE! 5 Dr. W. F. BREWER \ \ DENTIST ! I OFFICE 20914 W. MAIN ST. I ' PHONE 2172 ' i Blytheville. Ark. \ Remember Rothrock's for PRESCRIPTIONS PHONE 4451 STEAM BATH MASSAGE For Reducing & Nerves Phone 2539 Vi -etta Morgan, Maascus. E. C. Davis, Masseur ! Vou Are Cordially i ! fnriterf to Visit I The i •Accessory Shop Feminine Apparel Mabel Hogan Jessie Srltc i Hotel Noble HMg. • Blytheville, Ark. BOB MALONE Plaster and Stucco Phone 2029 It's Not Too Late for SAFE FUR AND WOOLEN STORAGE Nu-Wa Laundry Cleaners. 220 North Second Str««t Phone 4474-4475 2071 for Repairs! RADIO i PHONOGRAPH Service—Both AM »nd FM REFRIGERATION SERVICE Household—Commercial «nd Air-ConrfHionlnn Gaj A Electric WASHERS GASOLINE F.NG1NKS We Sell and Service All Tjpes Small Appiianc. ADAMS APPLIANCE CO. 206-08 W. Main J. W. ADAMS, Mgr. Phone 2071 ICE-COLD WHOLE or SLICED Blytheville Curb Market 130 E. Main FRJBCKLKS A Hit FMENDf ( STICK AKOOWO. susy, ir xxi WAMT ID Vsee WHAT MV IDEA OF A OOM is.' WHAT Gives . IE ROJ-Et C0*«. IMt BY MA MMVICI. IMC. T. M, AM V. • . *AT, 0*f. "I can tell by your *xpr«iiion you don't like the new wallpaper, Henry—you'd be «Mis<ied to live witU that old •tuft with the faded, wornout look!" I'KISCIU.A'S I J OP r By AL VERMEEE for material and */S5 for a iewiriy machine.'// fftf/f dress' nt's outrageous! By MICHAtiL O'MALLEY and RALPH LANK HEAVENS WAIT H£W 4 MOMENT, I'M: BE R:SHr BACK. ffijeanwhile, awaiting her opportunity, Paul* Gailantree slipped out of tlie Swiss Chalet. Hf S COMIHS ' I WONDfR SAWMt OH, NO.VOO OOM'I COMING ENOUGH 10 COVER MOST OF A WAN'S SINS. WELl.l'D BETTER GO BACK AND GET IT WITH WASH TU11BS It's Okay With Buster WHERE ARE THEY?... BUT THAT CAN'T K MR.KM.LIKfcK. His THE EDUCMORS,1WEMI.\CROOWE...THEVM SONf '. TRUtll WU'UE BUNOLEDIl.Q.Wf^S ZEROBEfOM DISPROVED »y MACHINE? PUff rWF! WD HOW W*» NOUK. INSTRUWfUT [>IDM'T THt DEMONSTRMlOWi/DCHJBLE MENTALITY I IT WONT &FFECT \T SOME WW! WHOM DIDVODUSE? WE STMS-TED... MUD 1 1H« IA5T S&NE SUHVIVOR. IN * WORLD Of IPIOTST! DIDNTI ABOUT ANY Of YOU KNOW THKT WHEN YOU DOUBLE ZERO XCOMPLMNW YOU Vf STILL GOT ZERO? No Doctor for Ted By FRED HARMAN A US6E CJASiG VOOULDT^T X <A/-^C A^ QRDlMART STAGE ^ •hPPEp OFF THE .' 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