The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 4, 1953 · Page 9
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TUESDAY, AUGUST 4. isss OUR BOARDING HOUSE — with Major HoopU (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS NIH4 CLAIMED PACKAGE—WjT MAME SAftJAFKASJf 5 JE&5 KID/ M£ SPREAD -nsf A =™ ME HEAP BIG LAUSHINS Jlr^^cg flgOUMD <W[f T qg fepEnfiD LIKE. / / _BV\ -^ \ LITTLS- HOMBP& Rewove ASSAFRAS _ KID BURP HEAP Bis OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams FRECKLES AND HIS FRIEND} SHE FLOATS/./ AT LOWG , LA€,T WE _ fiOT A < YACHT/, \ DICKER. ' TH 1 JLWKC MAMOOT OF AKJ I',. \'^&^fM^^'. I'I, vlwf'-'.i^iti-""'''"! ,|>'4'V ir;i:^:^to ''iSj^fe'^'^M^ ^il||!' *" v '' I, !).!!•' ' " WHEK) VOU'P LOVE TO ^SHE'S BEAUTIFUL FROM HERE, 6RIFF/ WE'LL 6E BACK WITH A EMSINE N A--IN A--UH— ^V'Tx- -^ ». —-~-v- Jrail^iSsi 133^^ ...FABIAN 6AVEPAW LIFE! OOOH, DKEAMPOAT! Utah made six unsuccessful attempts to gain statehood before she finally prohibited polygamy and was admitted to the Union June 4, 1896. KIUS JOHNSON GRASS, BERMUDA and many other graiies and weeds. Destroys weed rools . . . prevent! regrowth. In convenient powder form; easy lo mix fw ttfft cs a spray. E. C. ROBINSON Guaranteed Watch Repair $3.50 Your watch to disassembled, cleaned, pivots polished gnd hair-spring ad- Justed. Chronographs and automatics not Included. 3 Day Service Thompson JEWELER Next Door to Wade Fnrn. Kipenef Ethylene gas is used to ripen fruits. The practice goes back to ancient China, where pears were ripened by burning incense, hou- sands of years later, it was realized that it was the ethylene in the incense that caused the ripening. TRUSSES Spring or Elastic Abdominal Belts Kirby Drug Stores For Fine Foods, Choose PICKARD'S GROCERY & MARKET Nationally Advertised & Fancy Groceries We Deliver Call In 2043 Come In 1044 Chick. FUEL OIL G. 0. POETZ OIL CO. "/ Sell Tkat Staff" Phone 2089 Office & Bulk Plant - Promised Land Beside the Laughing Water A Romance by LOUIS ARTHUR CUNNINGHAM f 19JI bi NU illa wlierr Khr mrrt» i h* widow o( CIlc.H \Vnj1and, (lie mnn Lillrh hnd lov<-il during (lie war In London. \\tte oken VII T TLITI! studied the sketch — a very good likeness, Surprisingly Rood, she had to admit, even though she didn't like the supercilious look, the touch of disdain that Peg had managed to convey. Under the sketch was printed. "One of history's famous —or infamous—women." Lilith looked up from studying it. "I think you flatter me." The red crown glimmered as ! Peg shook her head. "Oh. no, I'm sure it doesn't flatter you, Miss Graeme." "You wore supposed to be paying attention, you know. You : can't do two things at once." "This i? Canada. We can watch television or listen to the radio and do our lessons at the same time. 1 heard all of what you said. And I just had to make a sketch of you-T-" "Why did you?" "Something about you bothers • me—" She wasn't boinp, insultant, Lilith rcnlixcd. They were all amazingly frank, these girls— "1 don't know what it could be. Miss VVaylnnd—or shall I call you Peg?" "If you wish. Miss Graeme. I can't explain to you what it was m;ide me draw you. I drew you first without the cheaters and I • couldn't make a go of it. You ; look like someone I've seen bc- ', fore. It's as if I knew your face qui'e wril -" "liript,:: ihle, I've been In this country ohiy a sow clays—" "1 know. That's what puzzle* me. You are a bit of an enigrma. you know. That's what mother says." "Should I be flattered or the reverse, I wonder?" "Oh, flattered, I should think. It's nice to meet someone different—someone who isn't just one, two. three. And it's fun, too— there is a key to every enigma and it should be interesting trying to find the key to you." Lilith had no answer for this. But this was nonsense about having seen her before. Unless— she put the thought away, but it carne back at her with a flagging persistence — unless somewhere in this place there was or had been a picture of her. Giles had had one of the stills taken of her from Crosskeys, the play in which she had been appearing when he first met her. There wasn't much of a likeness. Lilith thought consolingly, between the Lesley Gray of that long ago day and the Lilith Graeme Who stood here in the classroom. "May I keep it?" she asked. "It's quite a tribute to be made the subject of a portrait at one's very first class." "Keep it if you like." • • « AT lunch Lilith sat next to Avis ** Wayland whom she had not seen since the morning Avis and Gavin had gone driving. Avis nodded to her as to an oltt friend "Well, my dear, school's in at last. Everybody's back to the old grind and all the fun is over. How did you fare?" "Splendidly, I think. A bit r-arly to judge, but they seem to have no higher aim In life than the acquisition of a good knowledge of English literature. They really nre very earnest. You have to he rugged to face up to Walter Scott, Thackeray and Lamb, all in one year—" "Winnie-thc-P o o h would be tho speed of a good many of them ii you want to ask me*" said Avis. "Teaching the classics these days is like playing a zither in a boogie-woogie band. How was my flame-topped darling?" "We tangled—isn't tiiat what you say?—first-off. She was expounding to her classmates the not untenable thesis that redheaded w u rncn have been the most famous in history—when I walked in and contributed the equally tenable truth that they have also been among the most infamous—" "Oh, good! Was she furious? She has a temper and reacts like an irritated puma sometimes." "I'm not sure she liked it. But she was at least interested in me enough to make a sketch of me — really a rather flattering one—very appropriately labeled —'One of history's famous or infamous'—" "Saucy brat! I hope you told her off properly?" "Oh, no. I took the sketch." * • • AVIS looked at it a long time without speaking, her food neglected. "You know—1 think she's got something on the ball. I don't really think it flatters you but she was trying to see into—" "The enigma?" "What a chatterbox! Yes, I did tell, her I thought you were something of a riddle, but I didn't mean to get her started on a campaign to psychoanalyze you—" "She thinks she finds in mo the after-image of someone she knew or saw someplace." "She'll ferret it out if she really did. You never saw such a determined, persistent piece— goes with th.-it red head—oops! No offense intended. I forgot about your own." "None token, I assure you. I like having red hair." After luncheon Lilith went to her room and put Peg Wayland'i picture on the bookshelf above her desk. "I wonder if she could have seen my photo," she thought. "It would be pretty well dated now, if it was among Giles Wayland's things. I don't think thcre'd bo any recognizing me from that dewy-eyed young thing of Ifl-I.V (T* Ik 6:00 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 9:45 9:55 10:00 10:30 11:30 11:35 11:50 COSAE '10 YOUR. Mouse PAW ) DUDLEY--- I WOULD KATHEE HAVE meoop PEEPS wreceEP WITH Alv BOHf? THAN TO K A LIFETIME WITH THAT WEN6H! "1 want a book for the bedside table in the guest room— it's done in chartreuse and one wall is papered with a rose pattern!" ZIP BARLOW IS ™EUSrPEESONyTHATTOPSTEPISTEFrERIMS...nU I'D EXPECT TO SEE PUTTEftlNS SGIVE WAY WITH ANY WEIGHT,,. NOW AROUND THE HOUSE!.IT'S HARD TO.L,TO LOOSEN THE RAIUN6! BELIEVE, BUT HE SEEM TO BE VAtX^—-^- WE'RE SO ISOUTEO REPAIRING THE < O/C^5>5\ HERE,THERE'S NO BA« STEPS!) °lfcg»/ x lJ 1 CHANCE OF BEING SEEN! YES,BILLY. ..ITS AMA7ING WHAT YOU CAN SEE, TOO. 1 Television — Tonite, Tomorrow I BET HE'LL) HAVE ^y YOUR T HAIR!/ WELL, IT'S A CINCH SOMEBODY'S GOT IT. I DIDN'T REALIZE HE WAS SO SENSITIVE ABOUT WiMCT, Memphis, Channel 5 JUST THINK! IN A FEW WEEKS MY BABY WILL BE HERE! TUESDAY NIGHT, AUGUST 4 Mirror Theatre Break the Bank Nothing But The Best This Is Your Lite Two For The Money Boston Blackie Mr, & Mrs. North News Reporter Tonight in Sports Weather Famous Playhouse Larry Storch News Industry On Parade Sign Off 9KAIW i THOUQHT NICK •S- &TAFES MAC? THE AV3N£V--NOW HB FKSUKES ITS THIS SUV, FLINT, WHY POM'T HE /MAK& UP HIS MIMI7! POOK. / EVEN MOMEV IT'S MV OLC" PAL/ JACK THE (WJ- WEDNESDAY, AUGUST i HELP.., SOS,.. MMPIW! CHMSL1E KOTA CALLIW PK2HA'. TELLUWi POLICE CHARLIE SHAMSHMED ABOARD SHIP NfsME MgPTUME. 60UMD. FOR, BOEME01 AU HAWS'. CONTACT PK2LW.,. TBUOIA IMPONESIft PRESIPENT WE NO LIKUM SLOP VOUiYilSTUH, PUT UEEDUM BORROW RADIO TRMOSWITTUH! ITPHE SHIP WPIO OPEEMOR u WITH HEIXD PHOWES DOESU'T HEM?. CHARLIE SLIP INTO THE ROOM.,. ' GOSII.OOROT.CHIPF / I'LL 5/\Y THERE US! YOU \ IG RIGHT.' THERE'S/ AIN'T...NOT EVEN SEE ilM ) NAPY A SINGI.R \ OUKOWN...NOW/ MEANS NO GOT '\ HORSE! WBOSH WE COME ASK YOU \ INJUN HIM FOR HORSE AN' YOU ) WALK! SEE 'UG! 11 WtWS A UM FEET? t UDCKUM CHIEF RIGHT IN TH' /COME! EYE AN' 5/NY / SHOW UM HE TELL US NO HORSE GREW, BIS \ IN KIBOSH TOWN! WE D-DON'T CARE WHERE. Wi S-SIT, AS LON6 AS WEKE/V-AW TO £ACH cmert. SCftUS Of ROOM lN!>S\Ot ,f\K>' fV <SOOO WOOO SWVit '. 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