The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 24, 1952 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 24, 1952
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TUESDAY, JTJNTt 24, 1951 OUK BOARDING HOUSI — with Major Hoop I. /MAYBE YOU COULD PROMISE MO MOR6 BAD VJEATHeR: OR RAIDS Oti , THE OWLS CLUB/ Even a Job is given extra addition when you bring your car or truck to T. I. Seay Motor Co. n> hit ALL Ihe spots. Wh'it- jcver service ynu^car needs, you'll get more for youi money here. T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. Chrysler-Plymouth Dealer 121 B. Main nonf 2m HOT? WINDOW FANS $39.95, $49.95, $59.95 Try one ZJ hours In your nun home without obligation. Dial 4551. E. C. Robinson Lbr. Co. KILL JOHNSON GRASS with Sodium Chlorate. S3", pure! Fine treated for dry application. $12.50 per 100 Itn. A. H. WEBB CULVERT TII.E CO. Hiwiy 61. Stale Line-Phni.e 8414 (ARK.) COUW15R NEWS ?AGt FIFTEEN OUT OUR WAY | y J. R. WIUi.m, FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS GIVE ME -I>1AT.' MXl'RE Qoocwtss ewoous.'We MUST "G ^•^APMAM WITH THAT COMBINATION COULD ^VM U& ALL/ I'LL DO IT ./ NO HANDS/ JU5T PUSH A BUKOM! YOIJP, RUG 66M1N& PROBLEMS APE OVFK. i "Our worries are over^-my mother is cominp to tak r.'.re of you when I go o: , my Canadian tour!" Political Announcement^ Subject, to Preferential Election July 29, 1952 Fnr County Judge GENE BRADLEY PHILLIP J. DEER I. D. SHKDD For Circuit Clerk OERALDINE LISTON J Television & Radios REPAIRED Any Make or Model Set 1 DAY SERVICE FREE PICKUP & DELIVERY SERVICE 24 HOURS A DAY Day Phone: 2642 Night: 8858 No Extra Charge For Night Calls FRED CALLIHAN RADIO SERVICE Blythevill* For Stnte Senator GEN. LEE 3EARDEN HENRY K. HOYT WILLIAM H. (BILL) WYATT For Slate Representative KENNETH S. SULCER for Post i\'o. 2 FOR SALE Concrete culverts, 12 Inch to IK inch, plain or recnforceri. AKo Concrete Building Blocks cheaper than lumber for barns, chicken houses, pump houses, tenant housei, tool sheds. \Ve deliver. Call us for free estimate. OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO. Phone 601 world's EC. 1 portable USE IT WHILE YOUPAY...ONU JOHNSON OFFICE EQUIP. CO. 106 8. 5th Phone 4420 THK STORV, ivirnl. I),,» C , |T « r-'o'cr Kri.,1.11 !,„. ,,,,.„ rrl n ln^ n"lo»,l3/»?B,-Ii"*""" n '" _ V ' r "" iHK;S5r£?£ Vrn nlon like XVI tl JT was a small cafe with soft lights, a neat row of booths on one side. They S at at one of the booth* near th* baclc. "1 hope Max doesn't get angry because 1 ran ofT wi!h you" Marilyn Sutworth said. "Hut we'll go back later and I'll explain." "You care quite a bit for him don't you?" George Kendall wanted to hear the answer but a waitress appeared before she could make a reply. They ordered sandwiches and Manhattans, a ghastly combination at any other time, but tonight it seemed quite in order. He was conscious of sipping Ihe Manhattan. HP was conscious of her hair |k*1h« soft lights and Ihe music from the juke box. But George was also conscious of a guilty feeling. He told himself that he was do- Ine this because it was his business as a private detective as did Man Sulworlh's hired hand This was supposed to be |>;,rt of his job but it wasn't riijhl. H wnsnt right tn try to make this girl fall [ or him. when he didn't mean it. But ar.Kuially, George seemed lo father tha' he diti mean it Perhaps it '.vas^lhe drink. Perhaps he was really falling for this charming, unpredictable creature He kissed her check. She didn't Ed man, she didn't slap him She jur-t wrir.kied her nose at him "You're naughty," she said, "but I like you. Ocorse Kendall." "More than Max?" he asked ,Thc siiiliy feeling had S'nie. !—?i.y*. 5 .. a 3. "JJiair ".uestion, « leading one. but now it was out and he waited silently for her answer. ,• " S X S ;" f, lle ' wh «Percd, "ni. than Max.' That shocked him. He hadn't expected that kind of an answer and he wasn't sure that he be- of love easily, don't vou?" "Who said I was'in love with "Aren't you?" "{merely said I lik ed , o ,, r Vvell, you were in l ovc with Mnx, wcrcn I you?" "Love? No! not me. f don't guess I've ever really been in love." .She sished. "I'm insl a S poile,l imie rich ? irl. wV din" you take me home?" "NOT «nl'l you've answered said l!'"w.->ntcd C <l " csli ' 1 " s '" he me the irl'os thai"yon Iwo^rrfirht BCt married. How about that?'' guess he thought so." she j Wfi.s just doing it to get e wanl to r "It's a 1 o n K slor y." a i ,' m ,, afraiti understand.' she 5airi you wouldn't "I like long stories." he said sm l ordered two more drinks. She started slowly, nnceilain, nc'sh K "d'bl 0 L hcr . worils ">°1< on to life. Her'father w^s'n'au,', a'l'ly domineering. Her mollier had dird when she was only ]2, a; ,d , h( , v had then moved from Boslon down to Seneca Spring*. Kvrrythina lhat was done had lo be done rfi his way. The family name had to be upheld and the path of dignity and social decorum was followed to the i. "I didn't mind il so much when J was a kid," she said, "hut when I starled to grow up and Dad kept lol!m» me whr.t t,, ,!„. [ begun to resent i,. 1 l,a,i a lot of pup|>y love- affairs like any other g, r |. hut while I was in college f finally did meet a fellow that amounted to nore than puppy love. We were ..•oi/ig to be married, only Dad paid him off to quit the college and leave town." "Well he couldn't have been so wonderful if he accepted your father's money." "He was wonderful, but Dad stalled talking in live figures. How could he resist the temptation?" George stole a glance at the bare lines of her Ihroat and then his eyes swept the thin, provocative lips, (he small oval-like face and fm.'illy his eyes rested on hers. "Vim know what, Marilyn? { wouldn't have taken six figures seven figures, or any amount to give up a girl I was in love with." "That's nice. George." She took his hand in hers. "You probably think I'm cra?.y and maybe I am but I think you're the nicest guy I've ever met." K knew he should tell her the trnlh about himself, but he didn't know how to begin. "1 should have keen a farmer," he s;iid pensively. "farming sounds nice to people who live in a cily," Marilyn replied. "Rut would yovi like it as much as you think you would?" "Would you like to be a farmer's wife"" George hadn't intended to ask (hat question in just that way. He expected il to so^r.d impersonal, academic, strictly theory. Bill the way il came out it sounded like a proposal. "I'll think il over." sard Marilyn. II wasn't Ihe answer he ev- pected. cither. To tell the truth what happened lalcr was quite ha/y. He seemed lo be in the •Jowls. Perhaps it was the majir • of the juke bux. or pei{inp s j| Wi} the .airt who danced wilh him Or il might have been 3 eondniqht kiss, that sec-ncd to make his head George's conscience did not <cep him awake after he returned If. his hotel that night. Thoughts of Marilyn didn't cither. George was tired, fiend tirrxi. A n d sf i finite soon after turning in. he was sound asleep. He hart completely foiKollen asking an impersonal qui-i-tion of Mari!>n that had •winded like a proposal o f mar(To B« Continued) Television- Tonife, Tomorrow WMCT, Memphis. 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