The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 23, 1952 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 23, 1952
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JWWTVAT, 89, !»M SM'J'HBVJLl.E (ARK.) COURIER XF,WS PACE OUR IOARDING HOUSE — witk M«|»r / VOU'RE IN - - SO SOU BETTER. / MAKE TH 1 BEST OF (T/ I'LL / SHOW yOL> HOW TO KEEP ~-.-x--^-> V FROM CUTTIKI'EACH OTHEK.'S 7 THEOKTS OR. LESS OFF IK) |1 r, n '•—4 THESE LITTLE LOTS... GET H H I'I I V BACK HERE, PJWGREE--ITS ' -—=-^=^- \ PAINFUL FOR ME TD HAVE BORN THIRTY YEARS TOO SOOM Bfll^ALhtR {Proof Next Week) When you go fishing ur lake a trip, Is your mind fre« from Marry—or do you wonder if anything will happen to the house —if you'll Ix In an accident'. 1 Why not INSURE anil let peae* of mind Increase your vacation fun? "Beautiful And Dumb" Is Not Based On Fact! (from last week) Studies made, as well as objectives comparisons, show that there U no relationship between appearance and intelligence. Confirmed by the Department of Psychology of New i'nrk University. OUT OUR WAY By J. R. William* "I'm «orry ws ever bought that home freezer! I just I recognii'H V i! » ! "• over-—it's r'x p---»'-r old!" I Political Announcements Subject, to Prelerrntlal Election July 29. 1952 For County Judge GENE BRADLEY PHILLIP J. DFER I. D. SHEDU For Circuit Clerk GERALDINE LISTON J 0.«BO»"B«/»e* GLENCO HOTEL BLDG. 8LYTHEVIUE, ARk..*L«t4J Television & Radios REPAIRED Any Make or Mode! Set 1 DAY SERVICE FREE PICKUP & DELIVERY SERVICE 24 HOURS A DAY Dcy Phone: 2642 Night: 8858 No Extra Charge For Night Calls FRED CALLIHAN RADIO SERVICE 110 S. 1st Blylhevill* For Slate Srimlor BEN. LEE BEARDEN HENRY K. HOYT WILLIAM H. (BILL! WYATT For Stale Ttepresentative KENNETH S. SULCER For Post No. 2 FOR SALE Concrete culverts, n tnch to 4* Inch, plain or reenforrsd. Also Concrete Building H locks clieap- sr than lumber for barn*, chicken houses, pump houses, tenant houses, tool sheds. \Ve deliver. Call us for fr« estimate. OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO. Phone 601 W6 HEREBY ^Sfi Yt>U **z£2 FORMALLY MOTIFV WARRAMSB 7 YOU, MAOTR.tMAT /| FOR A 4 You HAVE BEEN/II MILUOM TO ESAD, GEMTL6- r AJA HONORED TO ACCEPT/ AMD t t^i DOLLAR^ \1 PROMISE VfclU A slfWM fCR PRe6lDENTl|\CAWPAI6M A,FlRE-AfJD-6RlM6TOKS& °^|^.f^™^^^^CMMPA, G M-TKAT FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS A LITTLE WAR PAIMT \ TMAT3 AMO w*vee i CAN OIARM ) RFAU NUTTY AWAY FKCM / GFOR&F "(i-iis PROJECT ' .x ° F "too TO ' LEMO'A Benefit by Reading and Using Courier News Classified Ads Do YOU BELIEVE TKAr, V': Muity •< / OKAY.L BEUeVeir/TT MOW MAMDMETHAf A —.1 / ;yvJAUST PIPE / .X*^ Television- Tonite, Tomorrow WMCT, Memphis. Channel < MONDAY NIC. 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Fran & Ollie 4:15 News 5:25 Weathmnfln 5:30 Dinah Shorft 5:45 News Caravan 6:00 Slim Rhodes 6:30 Midwestern Hay Ride 7:00 Fireside Theatre 7:30 Circle Theatre 8:00 Amaleur Hour 8:45 Fashion Show 9:00 Studio One 10:00 Daneerous Assignment 10:30 News 10:40 My Friend lima 11:10 Crime Photographer 11:40 News 11.45 Sis'" OH T^eee 0i.i6>vr ro\ /JVO&IK&PKQ\ &e $o,\\e&o&y )/ TME KJNPOP AKOUA/P. ^xy 6EJ2A^ r^cy AI££T F50PLE \ Co»». 1952 b* MIA S«r»ic«. IM. Til 1C STOUT s Prim I r IJrircilTe Rrnr K <- KCJI .:«!!. r^TJilnril by ih* , ^pnllhy Albrrr I'. 5ni«in-«h (o rnri hi* dwiiKMrr'n romnnrr vilih ,«ni Arno. fetrmrrly the tvrr*ilrr knonrv n* CVilrf Hie Hcnr, hn« T>r*-n »n*nrrr*«fT(1 thin Inr vrilh A rnr>. Scorer. hr"Tf vrr. h:i* mndc proic- rc P.J. r» I <>i S n < vi <i r I h'« il n tin h I f T Mnrllj-n. iilin *r*-m* in HUr Hrorilf. nj-m ing in (be pit of his stomach and decided that he must have indigestion. He probed through the crowds looking lor Verna, but she was nowhere in sight- He stood on his lip-toes and caught sight o( Max Arno and the girl and he suddenly wondered »Mrr or a <-«*h lOMirrumi inr «'»- i what the girl saw in Max Arno. up >inriijn. >iii. s«t«^or^>i ^- | g ne wa (; dwarfed by nis massive *\ rnfl r pnrti"r"ir T nnt!%rr r/rnrne i arms, but maybe the cave-man i* >].i* i^ ihu ciii^r rhrj nr- |type was what she preferred. Ci-'oenfonilnncrthnirTr-r t * * ; nnrf rSrnricr nrrn nc.f* »T)1h nn Drnioi.. hi. *rrrr<nrT. ro ( VT/'H?"N the pJPCC W3S OVPr the batid declared a 10-rninute m- lerniissin" anrl the crowd dissolved to the refreshment stands along Ihe wall. He started to move with j the crowd, but somebody grabbed I the bark of hts coat- j "Don'l move. Sherlock. I got there would stilt he Hie uroblpn'i . you covered." of answering to Arno. and worse He spun around. "Verna Den- ypt, of breaking ofl with Marilyn , ton." taking her all in, "you're a E VEN if George Kendall was successful in winning Marilyn Si] I worth away from she got too scriou?. He fell like throwmc in the towel and calling it quits. The Seneca Springs High School Auditorium was filled to rapacity. Balloons ind colored streamers hung from the ceiling and the ^ dance floor was packed. George uitided N^arilyn Ihroiifih the crowd toward the refreshment stand. "There he is, George," she cried. "Yoo t hoo! Max." She wa? waving a hanksc and: suddenly Max saw her, liis oroad. flat face brightened and he oripncd through the crowd toward her. "How come you're late?" he asked. "We stopped for a hamburger," she said, reaching for George's hand. "I never expected a mob like Ibis." "They It clear a path when I pet out there," Arno said. "C'rnon, chick, icl'i cut :. nig." He jerked Marilyn onto (he dance door, she iv,3ved bye-bye nmi suddenly they iwrre swallowed up by the crowd. doll, hut where did you get the dress?" It was black, specklec with black sequins and V-cut at the lop. "Yon said lo look my best, I \» enl out and bought a new drt*«5 Can you include it on the expense account? 1 * "I've naddr" that expense ac count to the breaking point already." "Then subtract it trom the boiiHj we'll get.' 1 "We haven't got it yet,™ George snid "Well, j lead me to this Chief Vhen i get done charming him, hell throw rocks at Marilyn Sutworth," **! iust hope none of those rocks hit me.' he said;, and began elbowing his way toward the other pair. • » » stT'VE always wanted to meet a professional wrestler." Verna told Max. after she had been introduced, "ever since I was a little girl in nictails," "Tlipv're fjharactrrs.** Marilyn George had a tunny sinking feel- ' grinnec and jabbed Max playfully. .uddenly, Iho band starled to •lay, the lighu di mined, and ouples paraded to the dance floor. ieorge waited until Verna took lax Arno by the hand, and then urn ing to Marilyn he said, "Do yon think you could put uo with ne stepping all over your feet?" "You don't weigh as much as Max does, do you?" "Not by a iong shot." The beguiling smile came intn ier face again. "Then 1 can put p with it," she said. "It might even be a relid." They moved onto Ihc darkened dance floor, she melted mlo his arms and they danced as one. She was graceful, light on her feel. and for a brief second he thought l;c wns floating on a cloud. He hadn't wanted lo hold her so close, but the floor was jammed and it was practically a necessity. When the piece was finished, , the band swung promptly into an- ! other. She said nothing about rejoining Max and Verna. $o they danced again. And Ihcn again and again and again and ne lost all count of how many datices. Finally, he said, "Do you sunnose we could slip away from here for a ew minutes." "And what have yon gol on thai little mind of your.*;' 1 " she asked, cocking her he-ad to one side. 'Well I don't know about you. ; I could stand a Dreath of fresh air." "Maybe I'd better lell Max." "Why? We're only going lo be gone for a minute, or two." "Well—1 don't sec him around anywhere. C'mon, lot's go." Trie cool night air was a welcome relief from the crowded dance floor. He lit a cig^ret, "But what about your girl friend?" "Verna? I laid you she was just ! helping me with this newspaper artir Ic," he lird, "She has !hat look in her eye." (T* It* Continued) HAZEL WANTS ME TO CLEAN THE CELLAR TON1GHTJ HOW CAN I GE-T OUT OF |T,? OH/ DARLING-, I'D LOVE TO/ e 'HE THOUGHT 'F YOU -4OME ALONE... LEANING THAT VVHEW MY sr •;£(>.«. 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