The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 5, 1952 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, January 5, 1952
Page 7
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SATURDAY, JANUARY B, BtfTHBTILLB (ARK.) COURIER PACT! 9BYT5N OUR BOARDING HOUSE— with Major HoopU W HAfMEV CAMS >fe>M* >!6W VeAE'S WtTrt A GOLDFISH BOWL ZTUCK ON HIS KEftO AMD SWD V<5 RISTEH^D HIM ROQOEFOG.T .' . CtfeD HIM OUT OP IT AMD HAVEN'T seed UM IS *w yrfcco, . ... YOUR DROLL HOSSAivlD MD«T ~ • M/we HAD A FLKJHT oc efitxyi . WAS IKl MV rJt*l YEAR'S, TC>IUt<J& ' ON M.Y MtVJ DICTlOM ARV OF Trte MAYAN CONCRETE CULVERT TILE Sizes up to 36 in. Corrugated Metal Culverts Sizes up to 81 in. A. H. WEBB Automatic Flood Gates Concrete &, Metal Septic Tanks Sewer Tile Best Frices We Deliver Highway 61 at State Line Phone 714 *' RENT A CAMERA Flash, Box or Movie Cameras i Are Available to You at I BARNEYS DRUG STORE : 2006 West Main Phone 3647 FOR SALE Concrete culverts, 12 Inch to 48 inch, plain or reenforced. Also Concrete Building Blocks cheaper than lumber for barns, chicken houses, pump houses, tenant houses, tool sheds. We deliver. Call us for free estimate. OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO. Phone Ml . OUT OUR WAY FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS "Tha Ruttlan* must hav* you mechanics and your repair chargM in mind when they call America a capitalistic country'." Know How Fast You Drive? Get a Speedometer Check-up at T. i. SEAT MOTOR CO. Chryiler-Plymonth Dealer 121 E. Main Phone 212* BEAUTIFUL ' CUT STONE HOUSE On Highway 61 North Op«n for Inspection From 1 lo 5 p.m. Daily S BEDROOMS — t BATHS — *30,*M This lovely home Is quality thronghont. Beautiful TJ shaped kHchen, lifetime Geneva cabinets with all the accessories, Including Kitchen-Aide Dishwasher. Dining room, spacious living room with marble and mirror fireplace. The 3 bedrooms have large walk-In cedar lined closets. Both tile baths have colored fixture*. Storage-plus In large floored attic. Large terrace in back with barbecae pit. You will like this spacious 140x125 ft landscaped corner lot. Don't fall to investigate the stnrdlness and choice material* msed in construction of this home- JOHNNY MARR, REALTOR Office Phone 4111 Res. Phone 259« SHOE REPAIR Th« B«»t Sho* Ropair Will Save You Money! H-fl LT€RS . qt_'- SHOC SHOI t W M fl I N S T. REACH-EASY CLEANING" with this NEW G-t! ffffMf CIMfff k It* x 7 10 I" »Nk Mhrim MM! SK IT TODAY! Hubbard&Hoke APPLIANCE CO. tENEfALQ ELECTRIC VACUUM CLEANERS By Him Wikox PutnMn exclBNlY« Jewelry t« lunch with Joe »e»tell fciM wonderful vew* j •( b«r NM**»* To»imy'« »r0M«— ,»e frlrnd*. n«t HI (fee elat IhfT \ told *AIi»« fce WM Ktrinv (• be ovt WOHIMH. .!«« cenfe»w«« kit !»T* f*r •tnrry he* If "he will leave T<ww- wy. RelleTl»K tfcere ••••! fce »»- orhrr «zpT««a11° B ' nr TAMM7 T B conduct, AIM* Klrea hlH • ehiMe« T« explain an' Tommy «*7« IMC girl wn* . MT»tl HHxehNii4 T exv«M- *lv« flaaeee nt BrlKhto* Mnnelc, of tfce »re»W«nt ot Ifce nrm De>l<Hi w»rk. • • • X LLMA CONHOY avoided the * chance of meeting Joe Denton I ^and went directly to her place at the long workbench under the ihigh windows. • An air of unusual excitement pervaded the room, and with an eflort Alma recalled the cause. The ^'S-.ial auntion of the" sweepings iCSer the grilled floor had been held, and the winning bid had been $7000, an unusually largi I .sum. The floor would bo taken up I : that night and as always there wa i betting among the men as to wha the assay of the sweepings woul< amount to. and Co. will be stucl and my S5 says so!" said a voice "I've been powerful careful wit' : my tray this season!'' . "I haven't blown enough goW t | 'fill a bird's tooth!" said another Old Victor Blanchard chimed in "It is really remarkable how ver •small is the amount we lose. Yi ii someone weft careless with big slotie today, Higgins might d. well!" •Funny,thing, a new Urm Uk Higgins galling it. First lime Ijears that the Mammoth Gold I buying .Company hasn't outb I (them all." The comment ran nc! on Hew work l<ad been uid out Ima. Th« ilarged to what the journeymen lied "a litter," a necklace at al- ost identical pieces which coukl :* separated into clips, * breast n and bracelets. The stone* were ostly medium small diamond* ith some sapphire "shavings" — in stones to be worked off into a oral design. The jewels were not wheelchair. "I nope I dldnt startle you," said the older woman. "My chair runs very quietly and I sometimes forget it's like sneaking up behind someone oc rubber soles." "Oh heUo, Mrc. Dentonl" *ai4 Alma. Site wasn't surprised, now that the first shock was over, at seeing ttw , cripple there. Mrs. Denton could maneuver her chair with eaM and was a frequent visitor ia all parts of The House. Mrs. Denton took every advantage of her helpless condition, and her appearance was affected; somehow she contributed to re- the private aceumula- custcme- who '/anted tock but on of em reset It was a job carrying xtra responsibility beeauM the one» did not belong to The ous*. Alma waf grateful lor an ab- orbing task ami., set with sort at fury which *h« hoped •ould obliterate ner perjoaal roblems. She did not intend to How herself to think and she was ot going to face Joe Dentom. mind on« of Whistler's famous portrait of his mother, though Alma sensed' that under the soft costuming and the mild air of »T noon *» lunch, but had a sandwich and offee brought to the bench. She Irank the coffee but could not eat, ,nd returned to her labor! almoat without stopping. From time to ime throughout the afternoon, Old Victor watched her anxiously and when just before closing time h« got ready to depart, he touched ier lighlly on the shoulder. "Stopl" said he. "Everyone li eaving early because of the floor ^ome. cherie, you enough for the day!" iieavy eyes on him. "I'll stay a while, r have done Alma turooc sheaaid,tr7 ing to smile, "just long enough to finish this one clip. Please don' urge me. Papa Victor; I really want to do it." K< shrugged and left her, r»- luctontly, and when he had gone the biR room seemed very tilea* and empty, but Alma was not coo :., -sad resignation, wa« a will o* iron. -Was tears aotnethto* t specM you wanted, Mr*. Denton?" "No," the voic* wai at once both plaintive and bravely cheerful. "I just came up to say goodby. 1 leave on my vacation very soon," "Oh yes! Joe'i tailing you to Mexico, I hear!" •The doctor thought the suo- hlne might do me good. Well, 1'n orry to have missed the other*. < 11 be too busy to get bach up- tairs before I go. Not that I sup- ose they care whether they ever see aa oid wreck like me again.** LTRS. DENTON daubed at her eyes with a large cambric andkcrchief, leanctl back wearily, nd dropped the handkerchief to he floor. Alma watched the witch- ike face anxiously for a moment, until Mrs. Denton pulled hersel! together with an apologetic mile. 'WeM, 1 must be golngl" ahe •aid. "My handkerchief . .. would you mind, dear? I can't quite only scious of th« fact. It was when so* felt another close to her, that she lookod up from her work. Then she saw Mr p 2X h'T IjTOCD 11 reach it. Alma retrieved the handkerchiel and received a too-grateful smile. "I hop* you—and Joe—have a ;ant trip, Mr£ Dciton." •lhank you, my dearl Goodbyl" •iina watched the woman wheel herself off and then deliberately delayed putting away b«r work in order lo avoid having to fo dovm in the same elevator. CT« Be Continued) PIT BARBECUE PIT BARBECUE PIT BARBECUE PIT BARBECUE PIT BARBECUE PIT BARBECUE PIT BARBECUE PIT BARBECUE PIT BARBECUE PIT BARBECUE PIT BARBECUE PIT BARBECUE KREAM KASTLE DRIVE-IN Corner Division & Walnut PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Guaranleed Best Prices Kirby Drug Stores Come to the RAZORBACK For Delicious Barbecue RIBS Served Every Day Your Car Will Get Best Service If You Bring It to T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO 121 T.. Main Desltr Thont Re#o M*W, f B* FRsr/ j WHAT ob \ SO? NOW ITS HANGS tA 1 "^. _/ rr-\i — t MY LIMES SAY CAW NEVBR WE BOUAA. "ttLL OLPTIMBR* KEEP OUT OF IT/ WHOM SHE L/MBUJF* ME rr-nc*i_t» VtXI, BUT MOW--MAH, IT'* CXfFEBKMT/ ENOUGH is TOO MUCH, YOU ] SUGAR /WAIT \ WHAT is so CCX3KIE COLLECTOR./ YOU CAM .1 FOR. VOtJR. ) RARE AS A HAVE "OUR FORTUNE H(JMTi?RS.'I SPOOM / I'LL SMEDIUM — WE'RE THROUGH / , ^ ND/ER TELL \ WFII ANOTHER FORTU*, SO HELP ME I WHV MOTHERS GITT Benefit by Reading and Using Courier Newi Classified Ads THE HAN6AE POOR-i OPEN AMC> A JIUKEICAWE 1-5 ^UCJCEP IWTO THE VACUUM OfZPACE.. r> AMD VDU'RE TO STAY IN YOUR ROOM TILL VOU'VE THO5E. SCrVS AKE COFS, ANP THEY'RE CAP TO A1KFDKT ill HE POKE THEY ^ KNOW X'Vfe e ITS MICE WE WEREN'T IU A SREAT KURR.V, EftSY. LOOK MOW LEISURELY He WORKS: I'D YBUXZES.IF OULV I COUIP'UE KISK IT. HELPED MAJOR. VWE5 MB BABY! THAT SMUGGLER! vou SEE, HE MEftWT TO SEARCH COQUMJA, SO tKOROUSHiy THEY KW 5TIU BE HERE W- CD STOMS! I CftM'T NOW WHO EVERTJ A FK3GERED SUCH A WAY TO TIME-MACHINE OC OlrJNY BACK TO MOO? BY GADf-KY, [XX. WU'RE SURE A SPnARl GUY.' OF COURSE I AM.' HOVVEL5E COULD FT BE DONE? HE'S TOO BIG TO GET INSIDE THE LABORATORY.,/? ^^=sfiS UOOK6 LIKE >EK SNOWMAN GONNA GET UP AGAIN/ ...BUT CO I* CEPRIC/ EVERY TIME £ cJljiLP UP AAV HE CAN'T PO T1-H5 T';V\E...I'U- GET EVEN....SSUWBLE ON Hl^ 5LEP AMP »U«T* IT "

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