The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 24, 1952 · Page 15
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 15

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, JAmtAKY 84, 1»W OUt SCARPING HOUSE - with Mojor AR« MCMetOTOS OP «?6S-M. ICT, IK) TUB CER.TAIMLY MOST HA\!& , AROUND^) PKVZ6 IS A G<.OV£ VICTORIA HER DIA'MOMD 3U8IU6& A WLO CA6E GASTCW Political • Announcement's Subject to Preferential Election July 22, 1952 Far County Judge GENE BRADLEY For Circuit Clerk GERALDINE LISTCW CONCRETE CULVERT TILE Sir*. «p to M In. Corrugated Metal Culverts Sim np to M In. A. H. WEBB Aitomatle Flood Gate* Oneret* It MeUl Septle Tanks Sewer Tile Belt Frie« w« Deliver Rtfhway «1 at State Line Fhon* 114 Good Service FOR YOUR CAR Is Yours for the Asking at T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. Chrysler-Mynionth Dealer 121 E. Main Phone 2UI FOR RENT Typewriters & Adding Machines N«w ft Lot. Model Machines—Low Rates Wa bay u«d office machlnei 4 farnltare. Johnson Office Equipment Co. SALES—SERVICE ........... 112 S. Broadway—Phone 4420 - ptt - For appointment, see »r eafl ' JOHNNY MARK, Realtor 112 South Second St. 4111 Res. Phone'2596 BLYTHEVTT.LB (ARK.) COCTTCT Ifg|f» Th«'boy.i» getting fine gride* at Harvard! He'll be a grt.t .urgeor, ,ome d!y_it runs in the famtly!" SHOE REPAIR -v s«oe SHO w M o ! N ST JUST RENT A CAMERA from our CAMERR SHOP Take the Pictures Yourself ...AVith a box, flash, or Movie Camera, BARNEY'S DRUG STORE 2006 West Main Phone 3647 MS IN By Him Wikox Putnam xxn . •« «hefc year, to ^ *T iM ^. w * r " **>«* with them li 2f-!^ 1 ^ rh S 0 3|L« n tt « lovel: ' naa done together, ai precious thoughts, tb Mysteriously Tommy had eome in reality the man she •mistaken him for when they i The offices o* Trumbul] & Co were closed on the day of Bright' funeral. which was held lerj S.T' 1 /.. M? ta P»vate. Ar>d „ the long-expected summons , 'With Mr. Muncle u, ,,, 0 ^office. Alma was re- by the time they arrived at Th< House they had still not j^jj^ • upon what course to take. f., nang f jewelry over which she ta'Jh , b ° rCd *" lh «• m . to «h« tnner « m partm en , o , purse. ln case ' [t ' should for •ny reason, be needed. She could feel the Unse expectanc, m neither at them, had an» irtp=, what la, ahead. None oMhe " ai rumors which permeated the "hoi ^T th. third Boor the, lomed 0, Old victor Bj ncn7rd who announced his mtenUon 2 •ccompaaylng tbtm. • ' sliehti» -f ,£ l-lsied ,hak* ot hi, Uu» k wa* I who adrised Bright 1 placement, atjd so It wai al» who, indirectly, sent the boy to hii death. If there Is anything bad— 1 will face it with you!" The private office was beautiful severe, and carefully unpretentious: and from behind the big desk the almost legendary Mr Muncie arose for a second u they came in and then. Indicating chair for them, resumed hi.« own. T< Alma The Head'i face had the same detached familiarity at the faces in a history book—Washington, Lincoln or Genera] Lee: (• was something she knew well bw only a* en axiom for good behavior. He was, she thought, probably the only man In New ¥ork who still wore i cutaway coat and striped trousers to business every day. He looked from one to the other ol them In wholly impersonal, cool graciousness. "My friend!" said Old Victor -i can say nothing What has nao- Jened is the will oj God. But there Is left to one a splendid memory He bowed his ncad, unable to inlsh. Mr Muncie's Adam's apple moved visibly in the cleft of his wing collar and the hidden muscles in his large, heavy face ightened. "Are you sure. Victor, that H ti a splendid memory?" HJ S voice hougb a stupendous effort wu ow and controlled . "Yes moo ami it appear* certain.- rbe old man. n appeared dually oelieveo thu Alma »aj urpnseo ana relieved, riw aa^- Oleasantnes? oer grandfather n*d nticlpated could oon have coo- erneo Brlghfj possible rotlt in n» connection The Head turned o Tommy •Aao »« rou positive that I have been glveo «U details?" For • moment Aim* felt panJc- stncken No* » nad come me momeai at aecuwb. a*n aew could anyone ten these two suffering old men th* truth? After •11, Bright was dead. That was aB that really mattered. T have nothing further to tell you,' Tommy Mid. "But 1 would Uke to say that Bright died gal- taotlT. IT be failed to come back to prove hh worthinew of the trust which wa» put fa him, it was only because he gave hii life when hi might have bargained foe it- Tommy had been ipeaking to the Immovable man behind the desk but he was also watching Papa Victor, who listened with fire in his eyes-the flre of faith re- P* wed —" Tommy comforted his life-long friend and hero, his Impeccable jperior. The Head at The House- of TrumbuU. • • * r J 1 HER« was t moment of complete siJence. Then Mr. Muncle cleared Us throat and he assumed a business-like manner. "Mr. Conroy," he said briskly, your recent magnificent performance in the recovery, with my sons »id, oJ those stolen Jewels, puts a new light on your char- •cter. We want men of your cali- "Th ° nd , We ? " ke lo keep Jou with QS. 1 understand that you are a good commercial photographer. We have an opening for you a* lead of that department. Would that be agreeable to you?" "Would it?" said Tommy, star- Ued out of hi, formal manners. •WOULD IT—OH BOY1" "Now n last M arrives!" said Old Victor delightedly. "Now we carry on. and maybe the next born of Blanchard blood shall carry on some day. M for the 100 years past—» good workman for a good master!" Outside the snows were melting at last under a warmer sun. At he corner of the street an angry torrent rushed along, carrying biti ( refuse and the grime ol many winter month; down the gullet grating. As she passo,. Alm« opened a surreptitious hand and lomethlng golden flashed as It (ell nto the burrying waters and wai apidly sucked down ou of sight. "Did you drop something, dear?" Tommy^ «»ked «bsently. "Yes," said Alma, "our last IM- leasant Unk with the pasll" nu PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Guaranteed Best Prices Kip-by Drug Stores KREAM KASTLE Drive-In (Charcoal Pit Starters & Generators Repaired & Exchanged J. Raymond Smith 200 E. Kentucky Ave. Phone 2665 FOR SALE Concrete culverts, 12 j n[ .h to Inch, plain or rwn/orccd. Al Concrete Buildinjr Blocks cheaper thin lumber for barns, chicken houses, pump houses, tenant houses, tool sheds. We deliver Call us for free estimate. OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO. Phone 601 ~Ja»i Come to the RAZORBACK For Delicious Barbecue RIBS Served Every Day Speedometer REPAIR is part of our extra One Ray Service—All Cars & Trucks T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. Chrysler-Plymouth Dealer 121 E. Main Phnne 2122 PAGE FIFTEEN OUT OUR WAY By J. R. William, THINK FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS SAW DJ.L IN TOvvW AW 1 WHILE EST NUMBER TWO ' WHICH < 2ISS-BOOM — . BACK, OLD TEAMM EVEN TriOoOH YOU'RE JUSI-A GOAT OF YOUR K5RMER Self?.' Benefit by Reading and Using Courier Newi Classified Ads rr »* ONL oo LFMSTIH of- rue imp AWAY- you KHOW MOW FAVf kV6 TRAVEL? we COULD eoro T 'WOULD YOU THANK YOU, DEARJ « - TUO IT^EAMEP IT . THEM YOU IN AM[7 AMP WOW, MISS TUUIS.I VWWTA. 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