The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 20, 1947 · Page 19
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 19

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 20, 1947
Page 19
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1947 iLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NKW« Classified Advertisements For Sale—City Property FIVE ROOMS and bath, hag attic fan and I automatic hot water heater. I near Kigh school. Quick pos- I session. A medium priced 1 home. J|W AND MODERN |2T)'edroom home on Main St. (Bus line, beautiful shrubbery, attic fan, plenty of at- I tic storage space, large I closets, can be financed through FHA. HIGH AND DRY lot in Pride Addition. Large storage shed on rear. Priced right. JUST BUILT 1 neat and new, 4 rooms and bath. Modern kitchen, built- I in cabinets. Rental house on I rear brings in profitable in[ come. Possession today, . See or call MAX LOGAN Realtor Lynch Bldg. Phone 2034 11-19-ck-tf Bvfsli Bvl&lnesa for sale, noon trade. itooA I location, new building lot, KOOd deed. I Bad health 'cause ror Eelllnc. price I 11700. Phone 122. Box 121. Mrs. M. L. I Meador. I^eachvllle. Ark. lllli-pk-29 Homee -- Lota.-Apartnieuts. Holly I Screet—5 room cottage, corner lot In I 1100 block, l«imi. On Lake, north tide. I west end, Eome real good buys. De- I alrabl* vacant lota, phone Field. 12394. H|lB-vk-25 Ketnodclcd six-room nousc. front land back porch, full lot, 1112 South 1 Lake Slrat. Blythevllle. Arkansas. For | colored owner. Call at above number. ll!4pk-12H West Main barber shop, 1915 W I Main. Good location, plenty of busl- I ness, 2 chair shop. Walk-out proposl- Ition' when sold. Living quarters. 4 I room, bath, hot and coldwater. phone. 1 3510: ulie-pk-a2 COMMUNITY STORE Ittocks and fixtures, well located. All 1 pr.-.ctlcally new. Worth Investigating. Priced right. ' CAFE AND BEER GARDEN I on Main Street. We have the booka 1 to show this Is a money maker Walk- I out. priced to Sell. See or call. LUTHER GRAY, Realty I Office, with Marlon Williams Insurance iMgency. 115 S Third St. Phone 2'm 1 Kesldence Phone 513. ll!lS-pk-25 DONUT SHOP — On account of I health. I am offerlnp my Dixie Cream I Donnt Shop at Paragoutd, Ark., for 1 aale. The shop Is neUlnff »37:> a month; above expenses. 3ee or v-rlte J. C. Oramllnic. 102S W. Court Street. Paragould. Ark. Ill20-pk-a3 Property and Business CAFE Jjfct location in Blytheville doing a capacity business with small overhead. STORE Infant and children's wear Doing good business. Will inventory fixtures and merchandise. A good buy. CITY HOME Beautiful city home, best residential section, modern, deluxe in every way. Material, floor plan, and wall space will suit the most particular ones. Brand new, can move in tomorrow. 5 ROOM BUNGALOW I and bath. Modern, extra well built and plastered throughout. A floor plan you will like close to high school. New | $8,000. 6*UOOMS AND fr, close in, good condition, inside and out. $5500 Several good residential lots. Above shown by appointment only. JOHNNY MARR Real Estate Phone 4111-2596 112 S. Second ll-20-ck-27 Read Courier New» Wtnt Ads Hutane gas tank, 1000 gal Ion, used only few months 450 K-illon t;tnk, new. Will sell .at big discount. Tom Little -Hciilly, phone 861. 11I20-CH-27 HXU Tent, l IUSIUIKC trailer North 10th St.. third house North o/ tile ntmoad. ll|l8-pk-J5 7-B lutornntlonnl disk, acalloped b!adea 9-B 1H c disk. 2 bottom breaking plows. See J w. Wldner. Yarbro, Arlc. Phone 66D. for Sale, Mite. tlolpolni toblttoji electric Cun b« seen ul Home Service •8« Co. Mrc. J 2V*!. _ Btot- a. Clitrk. phone 11117 -ek-M FOR SALE rownhiK Automatic Bhouim 12*«>we 30 Inch Kull. $85.00. On. or two loom oil heater 115 3'Jd N. rilth 11-IS-T? RfKUlallon clz< pool table, with full ecmlpment. iss. Lculi runch*., f»ul Dyrum Addition Twin IjedR with Hlminons Beautyrest njattreBs • and box aprltiKi. Sllttluly used. Phon« 4487. IH19-ck-22 A poo] tables and flxtilrM for ttlt, valued at »»50. A. I,. Ntwmin. Uixor*. Ark., Plume 24. Illl9-nk-J6 Silver fox neckpiece, perfect condition, Mrs. W, E. Hunt. 4tU K. Bilrd. phone HO. Osceolfi. Ark. Kcnmore electric washing machine, good condition J35. J122 \V Ash ^^ ll!IB-pk-22 One plIlnK lined 2 pe.lce flvlnif suit, ideal for hunting. Phone dr) 33. lllig-pk-12 Ciishman Parkaee Kar comnletely ..rerhatilcd. pxcellrnt condition. Priced for quick &ale, phone 2003. lliaO-pk-24 Ff»- SrtTe OLD NEWSPAPERS COURIER NEWS OFF1CI Rebuilt Army Shoes «3. Army Used ehoe packs. Halford'a Shoe Shop, 1M S. Second. 1114-pk-12l4 Frlsldalre Call or 22<.V 11113-pk-n Sludlo couch (open* Into bed) and kitchen cabinet. Call 2077. ^ HIW-pk-37 One 20 cubic foot deep rreefclnK re- frlserntlon box. S175 cash. Southern Ice Cream Co. 400 West Asll One Cushman Scooter for sale For Information call 3851. for Sale, Miscellaneous Battery fed turkeyi. Qlv» your or- dtr no^. Plckard'a Ococcry, 1044 Cnlekuawb*. hron* 2043, Help Wanted, Malt SALKSMKN Wanted hlgb typ« men to call on *i- taulLthcd trade (chemical inaluletum-e fixippjliw) la Mldsoulti Must be free lo travel, car essential. Write llox 585, BlyUxvlllt. Ark. llim-clt-ao ' Good farm truck mut tractor mechanic. Well-ci]nipped shop. Good house, rent free. Attractive proposition on percentage basis. Telephone 4141. ll-19-ck-12-3 Young Men VETERANS PREFERRED As«IU lumiBKcr with Hilvmlslili; (ruupl. Mint l!L' 18-M, neat. ln<c to travel entire USA. No experience necessary. Men with can aviragi over $75 weekly: without, car* transportation furnished, jso to »7* WMkly, Onh' men wlto desire Bpeclal promotion. See HOBEHT DUNK, Hotel Noblv Room 100. THURSDAY AND KUIIMY ONLY. 4 10 8 I'M. 11 20-nH-VI Help Wanted, Female A1TENTION OPP1CK GIRLS— If you are not making $30 a week or more you should answer this ad. Local business establishment lias opening for. good office personnel Insurance benefits, vacation with pay. Opportunity for advancements. Box Y % Courier News. Gigantic Church Bazaar starting at 10 AM-Wed., Dec. 3 r««liiill\B: IKamltul handwork, pillow c«»n, baby clotliM. »pron>. eto. Also: JlomemiKle cMkra and candle* food ugotli with evwylhlug Irrih fioni tliD cjuntiy LOOK Wh«t tlie Fathers liave cooked up I BINGO. AT ITS BKST • etl«r urlTrt mono Itas Ibiin J5) t>en»atlonal now blnso r.inls BltlBO it»rtlii|j ptom|itly «l 8:W I'M All it the l.ctilon Hut Bponior.d by Udle. of Ih. t:«ihollc Wnnt two nlrl» to share four room hoiisu with one petiou. Cull <J3II or Private Rooms •,,n M 310 W. Walntll. • . H!l5-pk-22 Nice bedroom, mm only. 613 w»l- '^1! -_.'! -I" 1 " '•"'•"• _ __ lHIS-iik-M Htiullo pluno. oxcrllenL condition Phon« 3663. 118 W. Cherry. _ ___ . II 18-nk-li Brdroom. an » Ninth riione 333S _ ____ 1022 Ilk lim iH'droom onlsliln .iiitriMirt'. an Clllcka.sawbft, i;eiitlenu>ii tiri'frj it'll \VoiHlerfnl opportunity for saleswoman. In a field that IB entirely new for women. Interested In sale.swork Can earn 1600 monthly. Muit be Irec to travel. Car risentlal. Ir Interested write to Box S65, Dlyth«vllle. Ark Lost & Found LOST - - Ont 1«0 Mercury hub-cap In the vicinity a! Blythevllli Sunday. Plnclcr plense call or return to Courier News and aik for rtoUgera, IlilS-ck-tf If the Itat yon wore home from the Chimes Dedication Keivlce nt tht- Chrletlan chvirch Sunday doesn't fit you. maybe Us mine, j ; vas Mi ,,. llh n brown one. Ml Kindly trade. Sliel- btlrne Brewer, phone 2700. 11!t9-ck-tf Bedroom, men only, TIJ <;hlcki>snn- |"^ ^ HIlB-pk-ai Front hrdroom. t.rl.-nte fnlrauc*. rlvuli' Imtli, oil brat, «J3 Walnut. Bedroom for couple oiil,-. kltehen privileges. 23U w. Carolyn, phone 3622 II 10-lk-2 Wanted to Buy WANTED - (ttnerqi merelian.ll.e stores Cnsh. Don ill. charlrMon Mo ll'20-ck-21 ,,. TI !°. <"•'"<•'' °f an antique than In Washington tried for three veara to lor-ile a nun ret or Mauellan fruit dishes, ire ulnrrtl a Wnm A.I In a SrinkniiB nrwsnnprr. After all other erforls hail fulled, the ad brnimht forth (he rare Items. WANTED M.OOO I'OUND» PECANS Don't £cll till you' Gr;L Our End Blylheville Curb Market 130 cast ^t(lln • at Phoni J73 10!24-clc-ll:24 WANTED lo buy farm traoton if/c rn ' c '"""-3-. Slate price and con- illtlon. Giro MnssLlirian. OsceoU. Iowa _ lllB-uk-1218 The clR.sslfictl ad t'xlsl.^ mill thrives wholly by virtue of the vol- linlnrv Interest nml ncllons of the people. ^'PAGB NINETEEN KRKCKKKS & HIS FRIBNDS By MBRRHJ, B^OSSM Kunn*l Smith Mis« Millett says h«re on the woman's pncr 0 thiit H tlull unromantic husband Is in danger of losing his wife—why oon't you tak« mother to a movie? We'll go along!" I'LL n.\vc You . sun. L OCMC- OF A I : IMIF OlO FAMILY/ OM, WO ? I V<XI rlAVEMT HEARD TELL L CAMf THROUSH CrCVTTAMOOGA OM 1HE OWO-CHOO' ! vouve NEVFH tSCEN TUCK. tool. I 7HAN 7NET URJDGE ' love By ETHEL HAM ILL «j Houn. Inc.; by NtA SERVICE. INC. boarding nJve the M lfe, tlr 'flit; s'fUIll ; Joel XX 'J'HE rest of the way home, once the jaloppy had rolled past her, Cam had relied upon blind instinct lo lead her feet in the right direction. That flip, joking reference Joel had made to the hour they hail .sjjent together on the river the evening before, and lo the private things V.e had discussed with her, had crushed her more agonizingly thin the wheelj of the vehicle itself might hive clone had she fallen under their smooth-worn tires. She felt sick physically sick. She tell dizzy and lost, and there was distorted lailghler in her ears. All that afternoon, locked in the bedroom where she had awakened so happily, she struggled 1o make what had happened lit into any pattern she could accept or 'in- tlerstnnd. But the dimensions of such sharp-edged bits ;-s remained of her day were of senselessly assorted contour and color. They refused, flatly, to dovetail. The note to Maurinc, with the asters. The heedless shouting out of an hour she had imagined Joel would hold sacred. Betty Lawrence, laughing there beside him. But she must not leap to any hasty conclusion. She must wait until she could talk things out with Joel himself, quietly and alone. Cam dressed for dinner carefully, so that neither Maltrine nor the Dean would suspect what a desert of bewilderment and un- happincss her afternoon had been. But despite her best efforts to keep conversation moving, the evening meal was not one of the brightest in the history of the Austin house- hold. Her father seemed preoccupied, and Maunne kept glancing ostentatiously at her diamond wrist-watch. - ' "*»••,• f r rHEY were barely up from the lable before Iron Man Blair's pert, dark-eyed daughter was headed for the front veramla. She paused as she passed the pier glass to fluff out the ruffle of her gossamer blouse and adjust the swatch of while satin violets which she had obviously deluded herself into regarding ne a hat. "Good night. Cammie dear.' she called back, light as milkweed down, from near the front doorway. Cam followed her, surprised, "But aren't you and Joel—?» "I'm meeting him at Kremol- ka's." said Manrinf gaily. "Why on earth doesn't he call for you?" Maunne looked uncomfortable. "Well-J-1-l, I saw him over hear the chem lab this afternoon, and he asked me if I'd have any objection to meeting him instead, and I didn't have, so-oo-o—" "It's none of my business, of course," Cam said, her troubled ga/.e fixing nn the silly 'knol of violets, "but I'd object. This isn't like Joel! If a man wants lo date a girl, the least he can do is nay her the simple civility of ringing her own doorbell." "Queen Victoria!" M a u r i n jeered, much, much loo brightly. "No. seriously. There's something wrong, isn't there? Some reason you don't like to tell me that Joel gave you for not—?" As if she were saying something she wanted to get over and done with before it hurt too much. Maurine interrupted rapidly. "He said —well, that he'd gotten pretty sticky last night while you two were out canoeing. He seems to feel that he must have let down his back h«ir and told you * lot of ituff that probably bored you silly, lit sort of »a[d he was ashamed to face you this soon afterward." "1 see," Cam said slowly. And she stood there afterward, in the open doorway, until Maurine'i white flowers were not even a* blur in the darkness. J-J^ R .8 re e» eyes, ttaring at nothing, were sick with sHaine. It wasn't boring her thai Joel was afraid of. lie knew she hatln'l been bored, not for one single moment. That was the trouble. Joel had known, last night, that she was taking their being together seriously. Far more seriously tbnn he could lei her tnk« it, under the circumstances. Those plans he had lain down for his life required years of training. A man with no income other than a, government allowance for education wns in nn position to lake on a wife or other responsibilities. Now he was duing his best, in a gallant if mistaken way, to get his point across to her. After a long time. Cam straightened slowly It wasn'l Joel's fault. He had warned her. Bui then she had forgotten his warning. The only fair Ihing to do now— and the only thing which could save both their faces— was for her to make It instantly clear to him thai she had received his signals. She had to lei him know, if only so that he would no longer dread calling at Dean Austin's door when he had mad* a date with Maurine. that he had nothing to fear. Moving back alonn the stalely hall. Cam looked more like a sleep-walker than like a girl who knew or cared where she was heading. Ycl once she had reached the telephone she picked it up with a firm, a decisive gesture. The voice in which she wns presently asking for the Faculty Club came steady and natural. "Herbert?" she w«§ saying. » moment later "This is Cam. Herbert. I've been thinking that, unless you're busy with something more important, this might be a good evening for you to come over." (To B« Continued) 1'RISCIU.A'S I'OP Rv AL VERMEKR ! think.I'll have a talk Co the teacher about those rascals! Oh, don't do that! 7hen they wouldn't chase us 11 <,. / bunch »f boys chased us Hy MICIIAKL O'HJALLKY ami RALI'H LANK VOU WAKTfD All AND YOU tOST/UL IUCRETIA/ .Oust before dark, Chimes left lh« Iwidy sl)*cf< with his frim tuird^n ot hb ba^ri. YOU AH RIOHT, wiss? UiY RIDt- TOJETMMt, I TEC HAVE tlCRETIA WADHAM PICKED UP, GROWL. I'M TAKING ANITA TO tlBBV lANG'S HIRES TO CHIMES, WHO NEVER LOSES/ WASH TUBHS ' By KESSIJE TURNER TIME I GET (f THEM YJ!\S MV KIDS TO SLEEP SOME COfJ\ CAGE M)P SHIP 'EM IN FOUNDED BRM POKES W* HEM W f\N GOMETHWShBOUTA MW< ID 8UILI' ^ IKON [HE. 8^SGAG!; CM!.! WHM" A HORNETS NEST SOU VWRTS STIRRCBIII'I MOW KEEP STILL f\U 1|1BY ;ETTLE POWM Aeww... rue CUE SLIM omwcn rot FIHOIM& BIKB1M iH&KUnON SHOES.... MWBB HE LEFT 'EW 1IUPER HIS BERTH 10 BE SHI WED 1 ., SEE IF NOD CMJ LOCATE EM (j[)IErW WJO I'LL DO THE CEST 6EKM WITH WSH BUHOIJ SHOES' Our Boarding House with Moj. Hooplei OUT OUR WAY ByTTR^ .. IMAGINE VOD WALKING IM VMrllLE I V^A?, OOZING — My SCIENTIFIC LABOES SNE M.ESO LITTLE TlrAE TD SLEEP MIGHTS- - lj*2-RUMPH.'-*~T MUST SAY toU'BP ScrtPREB ASA 6A6V '2J; NOPE, AMOS, I Alri-T \ CREAKY ENOUGH FOR. THE ROCKER Ver'~~ t WAS TESTING A riEVi \ 600-A\ILE-AM-WOLSR PLAME— A CSET Joe A ROCKET BOOSTER.—AMD I M-Y ^ -VTj I! K-V ^ S STILL 3K1PPIMG AROUND- IrA THE CLOUDS — Ji'J.'iJ""- "»• ?Tir RED RYDER Evidence By FRED HARMAN WE'Vf GOltA f\AKE To SEE. -ouster? stoKes FIGURE IF touue in MY coRfwt, r'OSS IS IN HIS .' UKE SA WHITE, A^D DU5Te«niGrtT AJ KAfJ£ DEVLIU5 Bl 5o.-"iE.BODf fMGHT DROP IN IF I TRIED to BuRrt.rf WOW I'LL GET RID CF IT LATER, IF I HAVE To.' -*** •! liw. Dishes It Out !5y V. T. HAML1N ox: i ABOUND HECE. MAKE YEB5ELF USEFUL; WE GOT NO ROOM IN MCO OR. L/VZ.Y YA.Hf VOU SUKE.D1D WHEN' YOU RE. V.KNTCH.S WANT MS Too. TXBOW CL*M BAKE YOU'D HAFTA. CO T'KEEP HEC. FED 1 J& t f ^L • 3 —\ r ^^"^v ^ . > s '^ 7 "^A^ 1|i ^ BOOTS AND HI-:i{ lilJDDIKS •*• WHO'O By KDGAR MARTIN QHCXJt. VOO 1O rAOWE. iVi OOR CN3 SO YM MfSUWWC? '

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