The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 26, 1948 · Page 15
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 15

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 26, 1948
Page 15
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1948 DUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams; Our Boarding House with Maj. Hooplei BMTHKVTU.R (ARK.) COURIER NEWS YGS, HE G*Ve O4E OF TM6 ^ CHfMRS A SHOT OP HIS *• U6HTM1K& VnArV\irsiS-~.THt MISSUS SAT IN tT AK>D UT • UP LIKE A PlrtBALU MrXCWH^fc -"-"VHMCHMR REPELLED OUT A, 308 .' WHERE'S WIG MI6S? HE'S AS STEADY AT /DON'T/ NEVCR. NEVER REAP A PART OP A TORE PAPER.' HE REAP THAT AJvl' MOW HEXL KILL HIM- ESPECIALLY HE'S GASSUiG OP SOM.6 PON'T CONFUTE WITH HIM— GKl ANVTHIM& BECOMES VJOKK.. i DON'T &O LOOKIM' fOK SHOOT- IMG GLA, BALLS' THE TO MIXKE IT REPEL DOST? O BY IONE SA^DBERG SHRIUER. By lone banabcrg Shnber DISTRIBUTED BY NEA SERVICE. INC .._ .. "Oclober, probably. THK STOUYi Ann Mr*. ]lu»h :in»rrufI~-j romrM trrrlHi'd. Su wn&tfd thr kiittr* <tl he punip». Soniron** it h ivtinlo hrr lu «ll|i Mini fjill Colds Now Last Longer, Medical Adviser Claims DES MOINES. la. (UP)—When j irou have sniffles, don't plan on —getting over them lor at least a week. i That's the advice of Dr. H. E. i Ransom, director of the city health department. "Instead of just lusting three days a.s colds do in the average fear, the 1948 cold is lasting at east « week," he said. Dr. Robert t. Parker, medical director of the board of education, agreed. Dr. Ransom said the difference n this year's cold crop is that victims have been suffering from severe sore throats, aches and pains at th« body, and !n some cases, fever. The cold is hanging on .longer this year because of the "severity" of the virus infection, he explained. Dr. Ransom described the virus M.lil "influenza virus" and added trSt the only difference between the common cold and influenza u the question of virulence. He said there are two methods of attack of the present colds: 1. In he respiraory syaern. 1. In the gastro-intestinal system, which includes the gall bladder and other intestinal organs. Dr.s. Ransom and Parker listed rive things for a person to do when h« starts getting the sniffles: Quit Artviicrt Go into isolation immediately mnd stay there until all evidence or the infection has disappeared. 2. Be quiet and rest in bed. 3. Don't allow any outsiders into the home. 4. Drink plenty of fruit Juice* ind eat only light foods, i. Be lure and call the family physician if a fever develops ami continues more than 24 hours. By letting • cold continue Kith- out taking care of it,.* person Is taking chance of developing pneumonia, abscessed ears, kidney olvements, pleurisy and other tftplicatioru, the doctors said. Delinted Cotton Seed (Actual Size) STATE CERTIFIED CHEMICALLY DELINTED COTTON SEED cost lew to plant. These pure all seed are treated and free from all seed borne diseases. t icker germination, plant *nd w the same week. Reduce chopping expense. Use any bean, corn or pea planter. STATE CERTIFIED VARIE TIES packed In attractive 60 Ib. bags. Come In and book your requirements today, we will hold until planting time. BLYTHEYJLLE SOYBEAN CORP. Bljrtheville, Ark. Branches: Lenchville, Ark., Cardwell. Hornersvifle & Senath.Mo. ! MALONE !* Plaster and Stucco Phone 2029 t. Her fright Inert I«T» CIM a Irtlrr (rum n Jlr, i kvork (Jtnir on lU*- •^i c ovrr Ibr jrMVinr in tin 1'br iTurkinnu ivrllri. Lridtfr *tti» In |i«rf<*i'i f l.ukr ihr M"irdrn*T io liU di-uili. An i* vrunilrr* If Ihr "iii'i'lilt-tM" ir:iM mranl In kill, nut l.nkr. liul Ann. . . . She think* >>n>-U 10 lliv duy Ru>h flr*t jtuRCf-sl^A ihf plc- Ble. RJnd*. hrr , collricr rnumnintc. had Ju»l nrrlvcd «t loyblll fur * loiiK-UHrui-il vi-M- Kvervtini- — Including; l.nurlr. Ann** Ift.yrKr-uld «)s(er, nnil Tummy. J.nurlr '» flnnr* - ^+»* htivinc Irn In Ihr Ilhrnry. t: n v. Ituxh'* ftl- pnl. hm I>narlf flhnur < but Ann r«fu»fn In 1 IV wilh H »h. Don had to' go to Palis on business; he's' en oul* now and won't be back for ibout eight weeks." "Don -who?" demanded Ann. 'Do we know him?" It seemed to her thai Kinda jesitated ;or just a moment, but thai was surely silly and .she dismissed the thought. And Hincla said, in a composed voice, "Allison. Don Allison." OUSU said, "Hey, Tommy! Go *•*• get a bottle of champagne. This calls for a special celebration." And while Tommy went to the wine cellar the talk, in desultory fashion, turned back once more to the tab and Gay Linforlh. "How long has she been with you, Rush?' Rinda asked aiid.Ri. didn'l remember. "But it seems like forever." he Thul was ivhen Ann that ho built] a Lib in the orchard lo the left of ihc house, lie could lock the doors :H nighl hmiscll 'and "if you blow something up you won't hurl anyone bo I yourself." She said it linhlly but the very thought of his blowing iiny- thiiiH up. or even being near anything that might blow up. made her a litlle bit sick to tier stomach. "Nol dangerous in thni respect," Rush laughed at tier. "Nothing's going U> explode, Ann. 1 meant bugs—bacK-nn. . . ," confessed and Laurie, said. "Sevcn- T AURIE groaned aloud and t een months, my friend. Seven- shook ner head. Then she came teen monihs." over and brushed Ann'5 cheek with her own cool young one. such married inno- supposed lo ask? 1 got so accus- her," "Angel you re cent." she said. : "That's why i ' Rush said, coming back. "More ing his pipe and stretching his jtea, darling?" I Jong legs our in front Ann gave Rush his tea and then "We're working with "And what is it you do in this lab?" Rinda said. "Or isn't anyone T HAT was how Hie low while butkittu orchard. • to bo built in the i couldn't sec it from the house unless you.looked trorn Laurie's bedroom window on the second floor. If Ann had been aware, or even dreamed, of the talk that raced through the village she might have opposed the building of the Uib: at she mtghl have opposed its being built at Tophill. The villagers said complacently that the Forresters always had been a possessive lot. especially the women, h wnsn't surprisinR Ihiit Rush's ofllce was being buill right in his own yard. ll Always happens." someone said sagely. "when the woman holds the purst: lomed to taboo subjects during the war that—" but Rush said, lighl- 1 said. "Rmda. don't you think 3'uuVe kept us in suspense, long enough? If you don't tell me about that ring or. your finger .1" Rind a blushed. The hot color came'up under her skin and suffused her face. Ann looked at her in astonishment, "My goshf" she said, "Didn't you come by it honestly? Didn't a man give it to you? DecJaring honorable inten- . lions?" Rinda laughed. Trying to Him a That was bitterly unfair. Ann did havo more money than Rush, inherited money. money_ that Grandfnlbei t-'orr ester tiad of him. I invested and rein vested in fool- tetanus. 1 proof securities years ago. H had serure for tock- taken a lot ol tnst thinking on jaw thai will work even afler the Ann's pan. !o ocrsiiaile Rush germ is in the bloodstream." • use Forrester money in Rush was a Bacteriologist. Once ', end they'd made an endowment the war wat over and he'd re- of it. naming Ihc lab [or old Peter turner! (rom active duly with the j Forrester. The Forrester attorney Navy he and Ann had planned the lab. They'd built it and rebuilt it. night after night, during the win- drew up legal papers and it wns all very public and Rush satisfied. ter evenings, Laurie was away at The people in the village didn't school. i mean to be unkind when they At first they'd talked of lust j talked knowingly about apron having it in the house, the third ( strings. They always talked about ! "I guess i can't believe it my- floor was enormous. Sut Rush tlie Forresters simply a^ a mailer self yet. But it's true. That's why : said that wasn't practical. "Re- r>* course; the Forresters had I wanted to come and see you, search is invariably smelly," he most money and the biggest nouse now. We want you to come east said. You'd alt get jrctty fed up at d the villagers were interested for the wedding." iwith it" Plus tne fact, he added, in every detail of Forrester living "Wonderful!" Rush said. "Have-that what he planned lo do was a that came their way. »you set a date yet?" 'Ultle on the dangerous side. * '* (To Be Continued) CURTAINS, d raiies. that j'ou need cleaned to perfection is handled easily at PEERLESS CLEANERS. Work Guaranteed. Reasonable prices, quick, efficient service! PEERLESS CLEANERS Phone Z«3 Local & Long Distance Hauling Moving a Specialty Anytime — Anywhere Any Place Buck Mcharg 401 E. Main St. Phones: Day 4677 2986 Action! No use slaying at home when thrrr'* real fun lo be hud! Try your hanrt nt Bl.vthcvillc's new- csl sport. Bowl Tonlghl! 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