The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 8, 1952 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, January 8, 1952
Page 9
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TUBSBAT, JAWTTAKT t, (ARK.) COURIER HEWS OUR BOARDING HOUSE — with M«j«f OSWALD/ MV ASTOOIWS new .s FisrtPOLE^you wwo AIM'1 Pea- FECT.MA30K/ S4X) STfLL £ (S0TTA BATT A SPRING 1^ we &OX.-~-W4EfO A FHSH TUGS AT1H& LiKie rr TRIPS A GADGET WHICH RELEASES , EE6LIMS IT , AM AtWJM. 86LL KiMSS, AEOOSIMG -THE IF HE'S IMTHB LANiO ggg> "- < Of UOD ;SV CONCRETE CULVERT TILE Si/es up to 36 In. Corrugated Metal Culverts Sizes up to 84 in. A. H. WEBB Automatic Flood Gates Concrete & Metal Septic Tanks Sewer Tile Best Prices We Deliver Highway 61 at State Line Phone' 711 RENT A CAMERA Flash, Box or Movie Cameras Are Available to You at BARNEYS DRUG STORE 2006 West Main Phone 3647 FOR SALE Concrete culverts, 12 Inch |« 48 Inch, plain or re«nforccd. Also Concrete Building Blocks cheaper than lumber for barns, chicken houses, pump houses, tenant houses, tool shedi. We deliver. Call us Tor free estimate. OSCEOLA . TILE & CULVERT CO. Phone 601 OUT OUR WAY ly J. R. WHIiami FRECKLES AND HIS FRIEND! Know How Fast You Drive? Get a Speedometer Check-up at T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. Chrysler-PlymonOi Dealer Ul E. Main Phone 2121 "Oh, I can handle your car easily, sir—for the last six months I'v* been flying a jet!" BEAUTIFUL CUT STONE HOUSE On Highway 61 North Open for Inspection From N l to 5 p.m. Daily 3 BE1>ROOMS — Z^BATHS — »3»,(HM> This lovely home Is 'quality throughout. R«aulifnl IT shaped kitchen, lifetime Geneva cabinets with all the icc«wrie«. Including Kitchen-Aide Dishwasher. Dining room, spacious liTing room with marble and mirror fireplace. The 3 bedrooms hare large walk-in cellar lined closets. Both tile baths have colored fixtures. Storage-plus in large floured attic. I-ar|te terrace in back with barbecue pit. You will like this spacious S40xl^5 ft. landscaped corner lol. Pon't fall to investigate the sturdiness and choice material! used in construction of this home. JOHNNY MARK, REALTOR Office Phone -1111 Res. Phone 25SS SHOE REPAIR Th» Best Shoe Repair Will Save You Money! H-fl LT€RS Q<_qi_ * ' SMO€ SHOI i 2 I W. M d I M ST. 'REACH-EASY CLEANING" with this NtW G-E» Cl£4«Eft teitft^ 10 P« w«k SK IT TODAY! Hubbard & Hoke APPLIANCE CO. 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 K REAM ASTLE DRIVE-IN Corner Division & Walnut IEN EM A L VACUUM LEANERS By Nina Wilcox Putnam 1951 Vy NEA SwvU, Inc. TNF, STOHVi vc«l in tin- hrrn hnshnl HI -vc K<ild nnil ntlv thr ncxi 1)^7 At rohh«ry hile t*r«r hn far Tty Wr. IHn ihi* Tlmr <ii>ni e or nil will XII TT was tnic, Alma C o n r o y - 1 thought. While Mario's department, where gems were appraised, and the storage room for repairs adjoined and bolh opened off the same little corridor Into which there was no approach except through the reception-counter door. T In both rooms row upon row 01 1 cabinets containing shallow, partitioned drawers stood elevatet upon a short round of steps causet by a slight difference in the strec level, and it would take an agile thief indeed to reach these cab inels and make a getaway, the more especially so as the two de parlments often worked logclhe and an intruder would have been sure to encounter either Whit Marie. Mrs. Denton, or one of twi trusted secretaries. What on earth had happened Alma wondered? White Marie wa :=oon pouring out the story to Ol Victor Blanchard. It seemed that some few day ago a woman, a rather ordinary looking housewife, had brought i &n old-lashioncd brooch to be r« paired. She said it bad been he mother's. "I looked at it once only," s*I Marie, "when I knew that the sign wnp f*rmHa.r. The stones wer not important, but 1 knew th ece itself had some value—some cculiar value, which I could not member right away. So 1 asked lis woman very sharply if she is ire this was her mother's brooch? lie Dlushed and .said well no, it •as not. She tiad seen the brooch i a. pawn shop and bought it for 50. And now her husband was ngry and said she had thrown ic money away. She had brought woman investigated and cabled to London for details and a confirmation.'* "And the woman—is H that she is not a real Bronx?" Old Victor's shaggy eyebrows puckered rather comically wilh th«'earnestness of his question. "The woman is all right Exactly as represented. And entitled to the $25,000. But the brooch is gone," "Was anything broken open — in the office* I mean?" Alma asked. "Nothing." "What does Mrs. Denton say? Isn't she awfully distressed?" "Or course. But she says the >rooch was there just before she 5ft at closing lime. Sbe saw the department locked up. And she talked to you, Alma, very late. PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Slock Guaranteed Bes^t Prices Kirby Drug Stores pin in, really, hoping to find ut that her husband was wrong." And he was wrong, White larie?" Old Victor wat -ager nd interested, as though he an- cipated something clear to him Trough his long intimacy with er. "Yes, my Victor," said Marie jcshinka. "For when I looked at back of the pin through my trong lens, I saw the engraving ve have been watching for now hese many years." To Victoria from Albert,'" aid Old Victor. She nodded and a sort of gusty j>h blew around the table. Even Alma, a comparative newcomer, tnew about the brooch which had never been recovered after the heft of the Queen Victoria jewels rom the British Museum, and of h« standing offer of a 125,000 reward which the British government had posted with every re- iable jeweler, for Its return. The brooch, which completed a gift set, had at last found its way, heaven only knew by what devious jcarneyings, Into the hands of a Bronx housewife, and thence to TrumbuII'K. It was an event of the first importance in the world jewelry. A FTER a short sflenc*, White Marie lifted her bowed head. "And now the brooch is gone— stolen! 1 Void th* woman to cone back today and 1 would l*t h*r know what her find was worth. Meanwhile, o< course, I had the iust before she went home.- Is that not so?" Yes." Alma nodded, "She cam* up to say good by and she was at usual — calmly sweety and sour! Will she go on her vacation now?" I think so. Why not? She came to work for half a day, and she's coming back tomorrow moro- ing. She's very upset, of course. Like the rest of us, she T s been watching (or that pin for year*." • • • tf\:fADAME LESH1NKA, you're right!" said Alma. "Thii time something really drastic mutt be done to get back that trinket— we don't want the British government down around our earsl** Alma was echoing the sense of Oaw ^>ay6; Come to the RAZORBACK For Delicious, Barbecue RIBS Served Every Day solidarity which the oth«rs felt too: Trumbull'8 problems were always preeminently their personal problem. "And meanwhile, whoever has got hold of the pin Lt in Lkpe to collect S25.000," said Mr. Smith from Silverware, not without » wistful touch of envy. "That's • lot of money—a LOT of money!" There was no sign of Tommy, no word from him when Alma got home that night Again the place had that empty, lost look which roomj seem to acquire when the man of the house Is gone. H was made even more lonely by the absence of Joe Denton's usual solicitous telephone call. They had had so many gay and happy evenings together—Ine th'»« "( them! And now all that was gone! (T« Be Will Get Best Service If You Bring It to T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. 121 f.. Main OF ALL "TH DOPES/ -THE.ONLV PL/PPLE IN SKSKT, AN' >>OU HAFTA FALL FT/ Burr,BUlT . som wine we THE TEAM so j. CAN OWE tr 4 BOOST/ IT.' £TAMR1N' TOO T> IK FIRE AN 1 ,COOKIE— L GOTTA HIT THE ROOST; TEAM'S SO SHA we'ee on sreicr TRAINING / ' SHADYSIDf? PL WES OF Benefit by Reading and Using Courier News Classified Ads V^T.ON AN ULTRA- LI&OT-yMRFKQM VDUR VMVER$E,FAK FKOM Mine. LET Ou .M WE &o DBef-> INTO MPINITE IOIG", AND WHAT A DREAM EARTHMEN/ WE ARE • If PR. BU OD, A1V N A M E WELKIN... KOW TELL. HZ — DAME? DREAM JE-TZI...IW HAVEN'T TALKED TO MY WIFE IN FOUR. DAYS! WHY DON'T YOU GO IN NOW AND MAKE UP? OH, MR. BOTTS! •SHAME ON YOU! YOU'VE GOT IT ALL WRON<5, MRS. NUTCHELL. WE'RE NOT "30RE AT EACH OTHER ...IT'S JUST TMAT 1 HATE TO INTERRUPT WHILE S/VfS YEAH? THE FOR THE A*EAT \CU\ PWCC* HE '— BROU3HT BUT V/AJT I CUARse* FOR TILL SPORT PBEDEJ« / A *UVER OF <5Err& A LOOK AT-_X«T6AK: IN HHS- THE66 EXLL*! TjOINT >AOULD AAAKE A COW AAHAMeOl i M3LI OU&HT TO HAVE. AMD INDIES THB TRUCK... ARMORED TRUCK 3 WE SET ALL -SOfTT*- Of \ O-1ARACTEK* AT SPORT'S- SfA. AW/BS ONE OF "EM 60T A LEETLE JUST POi\'N THE ALLEM v&r coouiNft MUST WWEItEASV! WE NEVER GWJE CHWOCE TO PhSC IT KE& FURIOUS AT BBM3 HELD SO LONG,*T5S! IHKEftTEHS TO 1 . »)E SOTTA LET HIW <5O WHEM HISCMt \» READY *.15O,OOO WORTH OF POPE WAKES » LM?GE BUT THERE WASN'T A SWiUDSE OF If IU M!f> LU ^l OR. CLOTHES WHAT ABOUT HIS CAR? VOL) SAID HE TINKERED WITH IT ALOME ONE MIGHT WE HN? 7 VME REMOVED THE UPHOLSTER.V. HEAIM.IGHTS WECHAMICS BRAKE DRUMS, RADIATOR, AIK FILTER, ANDV PAW—tWEWTHING THAT M1GWME COUCEAtEP WEMTOUER •• A FEW <5K(\(A5 OF THB STUFF! EVERY mCH OFITl TRY IT AGAIN, 1 WHAT HURTS HIM... BUT TAKE IT V THE TIME-MACHINE EASV. I DONPTV. 15 WORKING WANTDINNY fl PERFECTLY; HURTAiGMN! CLUTCH IN ...6HIFT -..CLUTCH OUT... ACCELRK/VTS/ VifS'A-Wt Vi(\<3 'XOO !«' >•»".»"•" '"• «r* ...--i-i nlh Dealer Phone

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