The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 22, 1947 · Page 9
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November 22, 1947

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1947 iT/n-HKviu,K (ARK.) COURIER i Classified Advertisements For Sale — Cily Property Four room hou« with batli, good location. Corner lot, r«»sonnbly priced plume 4403. 11122- ek-2fi For Sale, Miscellaneous On« Cusliinan Scooter lor Mle. Tat Information call -JB91. DONUT SHOP — On account of health, I am offering Diy Dixie Cream Donut .Shop at Plragould, Ark., for salt. The slwp !• netting W75 * month nbove expanses. See or write J C. Ornmllng, 10M W. Court Street. ParagouW. Ark. 11120-plc-X) ~ Property and Business CAFE ' Best location in Blythcville 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 and bath. Modern, extra well built and plastered throughout. A floor plan you will like close to high school. New 38,000. BROOMS AND bath, close in, good condition, inside and out. $5500 Several good residential lots. Above shown by appointment only. JOHNNY MA'RR Real Estate Phone 4111-2596 112 S. Second ll-20-ck-27 8 ft. Warren meat case 5 months old. save S200 on this box. 1947 Hudson « door sedan, a clean car. See these at r... Bll Wy store, 6 mllos Weal or Holland, Mo. ni2Z-clc-28 Crescent Dsvls 110 double barrel mm. Call_J6SJ. _ / 11112-pK-U Complete timilshlnxK for llvlnc room, bedroom and kitchen. l>hon<i HepWanted, Male SALKSMEN Wanted high trrx men lo call on ™- labllslied trade [chemical maintenance supplies) In Mldsouth. Mmt be free to travel, car essential. Write Box SM, Rlyllicvllle. Ark. llllO-ck-26 Good farm truck and tractor mechanic. Well-cquippei shop. Good house, rent free Attractive ' proposition on percentage basis. Telephone 4141. ll-lS-ck-12-3 Help Wanted, Female Wonderful opportunity for sulee- womnn. In a Held thai Is eiulrclv lie' /or women. Interested In' Ralesworl.. Can eurn stSQO monthly. Musi Ije free lo travel, car esseiillul. If Interfiled write to Box 585. Blythevllle. Ark Priyate Room* Sttidlo pl«uo, **ut!llenl condition 'houi r,»8, Its W. Cherry. Front bedroom, cloat Iti. constant tot waltr. Phone 20€2. Comfortable bedroom. Closr to lowu Men only. 310 W. Walnut. Room and board, Armorel Hotel. Phone 3835. I Ii22-uk-30 •Wanted to Buy I'AGE ' WANTED 20.000 POUNDS PECANS Don't Sell till jou Gel Our Bid Blythcville Curb Market 130 Kflst MMn St. Plione 973 IO''.n-rk-ll:H For rent: Vedroom. 212 a. Franklin. l li!2-J-i*-25 | Hedrooin outsldn entrance, 817 I lilcKasuwbft, gentlemen preferred, i Front bedroom, private tntrttnct private bath, oil heat, 623 Wai mil. x It ed roam for couple ouJv. kitchen urlvlleges. 2314 W. Carolyn, Dhoiu- , 2fl«- iMff-ufc-'ja! Token Up * One red Bmlclle Heifer mulfiv Weight about 350. Gray Urolhci*. Phone *06- 22-i>k-30 Wanted to Buy Lost & Found LOST - - - Oiic 1339 Mercury hub-cap In tho vicinity of' Blythevllle Sunday. Finder please call or return to Courier News and nsk for Rodger*. Il!18-ck-tf Notice Six room plastered home and itore doing »1ce builness on same lot. Phone 2900. Frank Hodge 826 Clark Str««t. _ _ 11I21-DK-28 One of Blytheville's leading GROCERY STORES located on Main Street in one of the best business blocks. The best opportunity that has been offered in this city for years. If you are interested better act fast. TOM LITTLE Realty Co. Phone 861 For Sale, Misc. Hotpolnt tabletop electric range •iti be seen at ilouie Service Ac Htor- *: Co. Mrs. James B. Clarlc. phoue FOR SALE Browning Automatic Shotgun 13- gauge 30 Inch Full $8500 30 A N. rmfa. 11-15-TF Large Lionel electric train. Phone 32S*j alter 6. lll2I-nlr-2« Gigantic Church Bazaar starting at 10 AjVL-Wed., Dec. 3 Featuring: Beautiful handwork, pillow cases, bnby clothes, aprons, etc. Also; Homemade cakes and candles Food booth with everything Trcah from the c^untrr LOOK What the Fathers have cooked up! BINGO AT ITS BEST fewer games Better prlze« [none les^ than 15) Sensational 'new b!iigu carrts Bingo Rtartlnc promptly at 8'00 PM All »t the LeKlon HMt Sponsored blf Ladln or the Cuthollc Church ll|ll-ck-12lll Tlit owner or an AixlLqiie shop In Wishlnnlcm tried for three yeftrs to locftl* n rare set of Magellan mill (llslies. He Dtitccd a W.int Art In n Suoknnc newspajter. After nil other efforts had rallcrt. the ad UrouKlit rortti the rftre Items, ' WANTED to buy farm truclors antt mnch.nory. Slate prlc*- find condition. Clco Nf<.L£5elmnn. Oscooln, lown lliH-nk-il'it In clft-ssiflcd. the people not only set the prices, they crcnte the demand and furnish the .supply. Free Delivery Call PICKARD'S GROCERY Plton* 2013 . 10)1 Chlckasawba FOR SALE or RENT Wholesale • Public Address Systems • Jntcr-Com Sets • Loud Speakers • Microphones • Amplifiers To Churches. Schools. Clubs, organizations and businesses. BLYTHEV1LLE RADIO SUPPLY Phoi.c 4467 112 So. First St. NOTICE Dayid T. Cooly B;;ikler .'i Contractor Has Opened a Cabinet Shop Wish Russell Musick In Charge DIAL 4357 for FREE IOSTIMATKS on Work 213 North Franklin Blytheville, Ark. To Love By ETHEL HAMILL © Arcadx Ho«M, In;.; 2,il/*.<«d b, NEA SERVICt. TIIE STOKV: Cnm .Inn. am, ^•K Herbert powrll Be much' (J *"I x TVmar ml Ihclr rnKQITe' •irwi •pread* aronn^ Ikr CHH- |iw«. Hut Cum ha» told HerLerl • he hm» •• InlentlDH at Mitrrr- i»K hlH. Her aehrmr !• lo cim- 5 pool table* and futures for sale valued at S650. A. L. Newmnn Luxora' Ark., FhoneJ*. ___ Illl9-pk;-26 Silver for n«*ptece. perfect condition. Mrs. W. K. Hunt. 403 K Bara phon« 140, CKceola, Ark. Butane gas tank, 1000 gallon, used only few months 450 gallon tank, new. Will sell at big discount. Tom Little Realty, phone 861. • One Warm Mornlnfr circulator One ., .« ° ttcin 1*" breaking plow. Phone J2 X l 6 . Te .lV l 1U 8««K« trailer North 0th St.. thlrjl house Nortli of tli« •.'^Si 1 ""'"' 5ln '! Brs »nd hens. Cnll •"•' 3 - ll!2J-Dk-12;i cushman Packane K»r completely orcrhanlsd. excellent condition Priced for quick sale, nrione 2003 ]l!20-r>k-?4 For Sale OLD NKWSP \ PERS COURIER NEWS OFFICE 10110 II Rebuilt Army Shoes M. Army Used shot packs Haltora's shoe Shop. 106 8. becond. llil-pH-ian Studio couch (opens lnto~~bedT and kitchen cabinet. Call 2877 _ ' ltlM-rifc-27 Wcstlnghouse T rerrl 8 en<tor. '<6 model. Phone 3727. ll!22-pk-29 Ihar he win feej pcrfecll? frpe ta come lo Ike haute la eall oa HauriNe. Whlcb he does. • * « XXII gTA MU'S pledge tea dance was held on the Thursday afier- loon following the first football .ame. The pillared sorority house vi- ;i-aled with laughter and music. The twenty new pledges who had received coveted white ribbon rosettes were preening and beaming -inri ostentatiously glancing into every mirror the? danrrri naci Cam was reasonably free of! responsibility. Once she had been shown of! prominemly in the receiving line for an hour, so that each of the new sislers-to-be might be suitably impressed with Ule beauty of the Dean's popular daughter, there really was nothing beyond the dancing itseli to demand her attention. And she didn't feel like dnnc- ing. She didn't feel like parrying the wise cracks ol any ol the hopeful slags who had been devis- mg schemes to Kidnap hei trom Ihe line. The constant lap-lap-tap ol the music had oegun to twang at her nerves in a fashion which signaled a bad headache ahead, unless she were lo run out on the dance for at least a few moments of quiet—for at least one gulp of cool air. It was such a sound idea lhat, presently, she acled upon it. No one was noticing when she slipped through the tall French window and out onto the terrace. • a • •VTAURINE laughed with such flattering appreciation that Ihe sophomore Delta rfelt with whom ? was dancing decided instantly he was going lo spend more long winter evenings in the Eta Mu parlor, t With her chin on his shoulder, Maurine had discovered, she didn't have to pay nearly such close attention lo what he was saying, lie couldn't watch her eyes. They were free to fasten themselves on the big gill mirror over the sorority fireplace, in anticipation of the heady moments when their spinning reflections would come within its Held of reflection and she could see how daintily the while {ribbon roselle fluffed out on tier Mu! II mcanl Iha't she could go all out in her campaign for Joel. It meant that she didn't need Cam i any more It meant that it wasn't i going to be necessary to pretend louslv her chance ol making Joel ask her to marry him. Between dances, she slipped oul to the sunporch. She thought she ! remembered having seen a payphone perched against the wall. The s.lassed-tn room thrust off from the house at an angle which, luckily made it as remote as possible from the dancers m Ihe handsome double parlor facing the street It was quiet back here. Nobody to lislen in. once she had gotten Ihrough lo Washington. | "The Blair residence." a voice •she knew^was saying, presently. "Williams? It's Miss Maurine. | I'm calling from Cartcrsville." I "Oh, yes. Miss." her father's [butler replied. "The Senator—" "1 don't want Father. Tell Nick Sulton I'm on the phone." * a e THHE staff at David Blair's town house on the correctly fashionable fringe of Georgetown knew better than lo keep her wailing. Even Nick Button, who as a senatorial secretary was not without his own minor position, appeared at the far end of the line so promptly thai Aladdin might hav« summoned him with the rubbing of a lamp. "Maurine!" "Nicky, darlinc!" Her voice wai all spun enchantment, now. Even one who in his day had heard it ring other changes—of pettishness, or shrill anger, ol deliberate arrogance—could not remain immune to it for long. Sutton wai more than a little in love with his superior's daughter. "Oh. Nicky. I've been missing you sol It's simply dull as death up here. Would you believe it, I haven't gone out a single evening since—Nicky, that was quite the sweetest farewell party you gave for me!" "If you were asking a question, just now." Sutlon said, "th« answer is no." "No, what?" "No. 1 wouldn't believe il. Why haven't you written. Maurine?" "I've meant to. darling, honestly I have. But it's been fust one thing after another. Classes and being nice to Uncle William's study old facully friends. Professors are even duller than politicians.' A sofl. throaty [idle i laugh like a purr reached oul lo- i ward him "Nick—I've called to ! ask you Ihe most tremendous favor. I need help. Nicky " "Do 1 rob a bank this lime, or planl a bomb in Ihe White House?" Her dark eyes were gleaming as they looked down at the checkered sun-porch at hci feel. The shadow of her slretcned ion across it "Now Nicky! Il's nothing drastic. Have L ever gotten you mlo real trouble?" Before lie could answer that, she hurried lightly on. "Remember a map ol Daddy's I jusi happened lo come across, a week before 1 left? That survey about Ihe proposed air- I porls? Now. all I wanl you to do, i dear—" 1 (To Bt Con(inued) 9 4 wmSaWr tlS®^ hat-*r CO r*. 1JH I Jtt M A JjtRViCij I*C, 1. M. R uy V j^ r*l , Of f. 11-22 "Couldn't you say we were observing the Prosklont's program? Did you have to tell thorn we can't afford meat?" FRKCKI,KR & HIS FKIKNOS By MERRJLL, BLOSSEB . HOMEV, DOIT JEST NATURALS PINE POSSUM •{ I WONOCR Wlf,VT TUl: Sxi I WOULOWT KNOW COAST J HECK MO6 JOWLS ACE? If POSSUM FCOM 6OIIJD J ~,^—,J J '^ HOOT OWL--AMD , r" /T^l "TVsyTT^T -i'O--^ NEITHER DOES HE.' Jf- 1 IM L *&3 V< ^~ES—^7\5-^ ? -( i.^ ? \ KlDf>N&" $fl '^'tW' " ' —ft^lfe ! >~ c cil3^9P -£="$ KH3V—1 p* $«*••*& i ) "' !i Our Boarding House with Maj. Hoople, OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams m* HWEW- WORKED Gtsice W OM ! HAK-KfcFF.'/ WE OLD ^ THE BIG STORM W AUSTRALIA [& YOU SA.V Trie ffGORC REALV.V t^fv^T^SoTr" S ° M KftNSAROO Me** PUNCH (TfSOiyG IT BLEW THe HWS ^ FAP.'? ^\ ~~ IT'S A , OFF STATUES ~-IT BLEW) A ^fl 1 WAS ABOUT \^ CLEftri (l POCKET INSSID& JA TO REUPire THE ODT AND t FOONO A BUSUSL ili TAUE OF A Or GOLD NUGGETS THE CRITTER? DlAWOMD AS 4 HftO BEENi KOARDi r^G fj-JT** LARGE AS A -FOOTBALL— 80T f^BJER r^=r' HIS CHAT'S v. THE SOT ri STOP/ I'M \ N ™ COMVIMCED.' THAT'S ft ENOUGH TO PROVE IT KIM BE POME.' gfj.-ll'' 11 "I twimcc As He \Viis Snyinjf— I'UISCIU.A'S I'Ol' L VHKMEER Now, then! It you kids don't stop t, quibbling and start to eat. /'//••• Will I he Train Finish It? l!v MUIUAICI, O'MAU-EY und RALPH LANK ..,. VOU KNOW, GROW;, THIS MAN '" *' CHIMES HftS BEBU CONSPICUOUSLY INCONSPICUOUS DURING THE IWST 49 HOURS. /', HO, BUT IF YOU VE A MAN ENOUGH POPE. HE CAN HrtNO, UWSELf.ANDITIIlNK I'VE GOT THE BOPE.' EVEN THE RAILROADS '\& COOPERATE WITH ME. B.-t ^ I'll LEAVE VOU ON THE WEST-BOUND TRACK, UJCRETIA. ..VOU'Rf Jv COINS WES!.' HA-HA.' m VOOCANT HANG A MAN FOR BEING CONSPICUOUSLY INCONSPICUOUS". WASH TUfillS BV LKSSI,IE TURNKR I CMLED SOU MTEK1 WkkfcD THEV KINOX GOT UIXE0 UP, GKAMPOP... WE'RE SORTft &1KM6HUXIN 1 EM OUT REJ) RYDER ' ' * - Hv KUE1) HARMAN [Jirlh of an Idea By V. T. HAAILIN THESE GCES X VHAT* HE GOT / IGE.T M* iEA-RT-THKCa" ] TB£ MAO ABOUT?/ EVERY Tl> 20P--HE LOOK? / HE'5 GOT ALL OUS.I I LCO*. M KINDX MAD.* / DA>'£5 GVGA! H-M _ TtfLufif BOOTS AN!) (IKK BUDDIKS Hv E1)«AR MARTIN

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