The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 8, 1955 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 8, 1955
Page 13
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FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 19W BLTTHETTLLl (ARK.) COURIER X8WI PAGE THIRTEEK OUR WARDING HOUSI — with Mojoi H«opl« OUT OUR WAY . Iv J. K. Williomi Itlltlllll IIIIIIIIIIIV' WATCH THt»/THEM \ / THAT3 BETTER M I ' /MCAX/Vrje<tkMCAklFe«- * iviA*m*m*U* WATCH THt»/ THCM \ / Trt*i ^ oci i^HEAVY DCftK LEAMECft \ iTKAMONCatg MAS SPLIT THE EP6E ***N? C^ w ' n"""* 6 £/ OFF TK BULL'S- PES* AWP \ FEEL PRETTY *r?T-.v ^i,.^/un< »nw w^oL/i^-Tar OVNUNO « BU»1NC»? OFF TK BULL'S PE&K AWP \ FEEL PR6TTY I'LL BET THEM NO&LE SOUL* | 5Wt=AKlW-Bt/T WILL EASE IT 8A£X <>J AM' / IT'5 N1< - E *...t l FT SOME POOR GOXf ^1 KMOWtKT THtKeft ^Jfx^iZftZtZZa*. T I rrrHPf -.TIMKEttS O6AU PER #? LOMS A DIME LOOKS tXe A LITTLE TRIP UPSTATE AW ME WIM A. <SOME BUXe HSISTSD A Off* LET SC?Me POOR OCWT WX) &*R£LV TDOCHE& IT TAKE TH 1 8LAME/ WHAT DO I PO TEACH THIS HOW TO SOB PSR APPUB6 M A Ttltvition — Tonight, Tomorrow — WMCT Channel S, & WHBQ Channel 13 WMCT Channel 5 0:00 Evening Serenade 6:15 News Reporter 6:30 Eddie Fisher 6:45 News Caravan 7:00 Jflclt Caraon 7:30 Life of Riley 8:00 Big Story 8:30 AAU Finals (Negro Boxing Tournament} 8:00 calvacade of Sports 9:30 Paul Winchell _ 9:45 Sports Spotlight 10:00 Loretta Young 10:30 News 10:40 Weather 10:45 Top Tunes 11:00 Tonight 12:00 Sign Off Saturday, April 8, 1955 8:30 News &. Meditations 8:45 Fantasy Time 9:00 Pinky Lee Show 10:00 Funny Boners 10:30 Pride of the Southland 11:00 Cartoon Carnival 11:30 Space Cadets 12:00 Slim Rhodes 12:30 Rough Riders 1:30 Memphis School Band 2:00 To Be Announced 4:00 Soldier Parade 4:30 Quiz 'Em on the Mr SOOBob cummlngs Show 5:30 My Little Margie 6:00 It's A Great Life 6:30 Lone Ranger 7:00 Mickey Rooney 7:30 Bo This Is Hollywood 8:00 Max Lelhman presents "The Merry Widow" in color 9:30 Hit Parade 10:00 Precincts of Parii 10:30 The Vice 11:00 Mystery Theatre 11:30 Drama Theatre 12:00 Sign Off WHBQ Channel IS 6:00 Hartoontime 6:15 Weather 6:20 News 6:25 Do You Know Why 6:30 Doug Edward! 6:45 Perry Como 7:00 Eliery Queen 7:30 Ray Bolger 8:00 Pepsi Cola Playhouse 8:30 Our Miss Brooks 9:00 The Line Up 9:30 Mayor of the Town 10:00 Weather 10:05 News 10:15 Late Show Saturday April 9, 1»S 9:45 Topi . 10:00 Winky Dink i You 10:30 Captain Midnight 11:00 Big Top 12:00 Buffalo Bill, Jr. 12:30 Barker Bill 12:45 Dizzy Dean 1:00 Baseball 3:30 Smltln' Ed McConnell 4:00 Mark Saber (Mystery Theatre) 4:30 Annie Oakley 5:00 Stu Erwln 5.-30 Beat the Clock 6:00 Tennessee Jamboree 6:30 Ozzle & Harriet 7:00 Jackie Gleason 8:00 Two For the Money 8:30 Favorite Husband 9:00 Masquerade Party 9:30 Million Dollar Movie 11:00 Late Show —END— II you are a new resident; if you are dissatis- II fied; IT it's quality; • I it's service; II jt's cleaning; Try "400" Cleaning at City Dry Cleaners Free Delivery Ph. 3-3197 414 E. Main ATTENTION LADIES l-39c Pot Flower for Ic With Each J3.00 or More Purchase! EGGS, Large Frtsh 2 Doz. 80o CANOVA BLACK PEPPER, Pure Ground 4 01. can 29c 2 8-01. FLAVORING, 1 Lemon or 1 Vanilla, Reg. 19o ea... 25c TURNIPS * TOPS or COLLARD GREENS lOo SWEET POTATOES Bu. $1.99 5 Ib. Bag Me POTATOES, No. 1 , 10 Ib. Bag 39o PURE SORUHUM MOLASSES Qt. 69c V, Gal. 51.19 GLADIOLA CAN BISCUITS 3 Cans 28c Save 75% on Your Garden FRESH CABBAGE PLANTS 4 Bens 49c FRESH ONION PLANTS 4 Bens. 49c SEED POTATOES '. 100 Ib. Bag S2.7S Complete Slock of Bulk Garden Seed & Plants— Also Lawn Seed & Fertilizer! , BLYTHEVILLE CURB MKT. Open till 10 p. m. Every Night To Walk The Night By William Sloane liMTooSd, Mwd I Cw»(»"y. I«.©1«6, William M. SI«n« XXI J ERRY and I went out to the Long Island house several days before the wedding. Grace was there too, and a couple of Jerry's aunts and uncles. Everything was very quiet, of course, and though all of us had our reservations, probably 1 was the on!y one who felt really serious about possible objections to Selena. Of course, her beauty was like a candle in the house. Wherever she moved she seemed to bring a light with her, and it was pathetic to watch Jerry follow her with his eyes. Yet J never saw them exchange any very passionate intimacies. Once, coming into the room we always called the extra room—a sort of little box that opened off the library and had originally been intended for a secretary's workroom—I found him sitting beside her on the old, battered leather sofa in there. He was bent over her hand, kissing it. She was looking at his head with a clear, almost wondering gaze, and there was, I thought, a little smile on her lips like the ones children have when they are not quite sure of themselves. Later I found her In the library, alone, looking at some of Dr. Lister's books again. She had on a heavy, dark-cream knitted sweater and i dull green woolen skirt, and no ornaments at all except the big, square-cut emerald ring Jerry had given her. ] a.^kcd her if I could come in. "Certainly, Bark," she said. I settled myself in the big chair .that I liked. "I just wanted to tell you that I am sorry for the things that hnvc happened ihis last month. I haven't nclcd very decently, I'm afraid." "You mustn't feel that way." "I know, but I'm sorry about it. Listen, Jerry is a swell guy, see? The best is none too good- Treat him well." She kept on looking at me. 'T want to," she said finally. And then, "Am I not being the way I ought to be?" • * * THE conversation, I felt, was getting out of hand, and ! began to feel silly. "If you don't know what I mean, it's a compliment to you, but all I want to say is, remember Jerry is the finest man ! ~^ you'll ever meet There's only one way to be with him, and that's completely honest." It was on the end of my tongue to add, 'And if you are Luella Jamison, for God's sake tell him so," but I did not risk that As she stood there, looking down at me, I began to feel sorry that I'd said as much as I had. Maybe it was the impersonal calm oi! her expression, but 1 felt again the touch of dread, brushing the fringe of my consciousness, which she seemed capable of imparting to me. "Bark," she said, "I am going to try to do what you want me to do. And 1 shall try as wisely and as hard as I can. Does that satisfy you?" "Yes,' 1 I told her. "You hope," she went on calmly, "that I shall make Jerry happy. You do not hope it a fraction as much as I do. But you must stop thinking about me as you have been doing." "I haven't been thinking about you in any special way." "You have been resenting me. I do not object to that because it is natural. But you distrust me. You must, not do that. You must forget anything that may be In your mind about me. Jerry arid I have more things in common than you think. We shall be all right if no one interferes with Without looking back once sne went out of the room. For a long time 1 sat there, staring out the bay window at the snow swirling and eddying in the air outside. Maybe it was watching the storm that made me feel so cold. But I think it was my passive realization that whatever it was I did not like about Selena—and I still could not put a definite name to it—nothing in me was strong enough to resist her There was a profound force of some sort in her What she had actually said to me was not a snub, which I had richly deserved, but a warning, and so assured a one that it frightened me. Yet, looking back at the scene, listening to her repeat those words in my mind's I realize that there was something else in them which I did not perceive at the time. After awhile Grace came In, full of enthusiasm. I felt a rush of gratitude and said: "You take some of the weight off my mind." "You're still not reconciled, I see." She spread her hands in a gesture of humorous resignation. "Selena is a beautiful woman, "But what?" "But I still old she is." don't know how THE morning of the 12th It stopped snowing and the sun came out. Then it was time for lunch, and then it was after lunch. In no time at all we went upstairs to get dressed. The ceiling of my room was white with the reflected lun off the snow. Happy is the bride the sun shines on and confound , that collar button. Time to go downstairs and pin a smile on your face as you go out the door. Thank heaven, It was not a large wedding. The fewer people present the better. Tht music playing Lohengrin, because Jerry insisted that only the most conventional and sentimental of weddings would do for his girl after * first marriage presided over by a Justice of th* peace named Willetts, j - (To Be Contlnutd) Continued from Preceding P»f« Privat* Rooms Nice room. s»s heat. Men only. 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OO NICELY/ WROTE FOR HK AFTER SHE- WELCOME TOCENTERvlUE.MISS. \ OF MISS JMKI SEETHEFLISHTSOTINLATE. J ROMRTS,Pl.tASt. BAD WEATHER SOME PLACE? SHE DIDN'T EVEN LET ME FIK11SH... WELL, YOU'VE HEARD OF THAT BIG RACE TO MEXICO CITY- DO YOU HAVE SOME- THlNa IN MINJD ...NOW THAT WE'VE GOT A GOOD AFTER J TOOK C ABB-\TH6N IF FLINT •or- KI/WJ.L i cAiisp JSHOWEP up, H&S THE COPS JUST LIKE '/N TROUR.E, WU &AIE PUCKBILL. WAWT A PICTURS OF THE BEST LOOKN* COUPL6 ON THE CrtWCfi FLOOR? vOUtL BE My CUSTOMERS TBNI6HT SORRV, CHIC. I I SOT T1EP UP M3L!'BE LATE, ROSE. AND \ WITH A FREE- THE JOINT 16 JLWN' ^ LAWCE JO» WITH BIS 5PENDER6.' ANP WHV WOULP HE SABOTAGE If NOW? HOW COULP THM" PROF ir m' HOT WHILE IW TOO BMJGED UP TO HELP YOU, LULU BtLLBL IF DAWSON IS THE 5COUNPRE:L 10U 6SE1ATO THIMK, WHY HW HE WORK6P LIKE A TROJfoJ OW W.V PROJECT,,, WE sorrA BE 5u*t THETHE OUTK BMt; SKOT'OF PM(60N'd OPERATIONS 1 DOWT KNOW, SUM WHAT'S SO I AIN'T AFEAvKEP OF DAW60N, IORTEK STAVES TO GUARD TH STATURE! RETIRES, TH6 ANCHOR I* HAULED IN i AW THE SCHOOWER NOSES SILEIIFLV our TO SEA,,. HE'S ONLY USIM6 VOU TO PUT OVER SOME CROOKEP SCHEME WW MOT';' SEEMS '10 V J ME ANY RAffi IHArS/ AW, SUFFICIENTLY WET/ MY GOSH IS JLBr ftS API" / POC, A LI1TLE OL' DOW RIDE AIN'T GONNA. WHAT5 WB3NG WITH ' OKAY, CRA.MK AN' LE OSCAR.. 'ERUP 'seo.' tO HAVE FISH IN IT A5 ANY OTHER 5P0T.' YA BEEM ^ WANTIN' T'00) A 6O£X> DEED...CATCH 1 Trf'LAtJ/'S HAT, CICESO.X * MADE Me TAHE THIS QUASTE?' CiQCWVft* KT'C^V H1STOR V*VV 00 TO CWiSt

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