The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 21, 1952 · Page 13
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PAGE THrRTEEN OUR BOARDING HOUSE — with Major Hooplt WHEM I 6HOOLO BE BUSIEST, A SPRIMS 61NO5 A\V LIMBS/ THe VERBAL EQUINO HAS gl?OUSHT A TIDE OF POETIC EWOTION FLOODIKIG O'ER ME ""-I SMOULD 0>1, HO FACTORY WHISTLES, Of WORKERS POURISlS 1M AWDOOTOF MAMMOTH HOOPLES TOCKmwv/ Tie/ KOUEK IKJ51DE HotLOvJ KWOT TH6 TIE PULLED UP IWTO kNOT Political Announcements ect to Preferential Election July 29, 1952 For County Judge GENE BRADLEY PHILIP J. DEER I, D. SHEDD For Circuit Clerk GEFIALDINE LISTON For Stale Senator SEN. LEE BEARDEN CONCRETE CULVERT TILE Siies up to 36 in. Corrugated Metal Culvert» SIMS up to 8) In. A. H. WEBB Automatic Flood Gates Concrete & Metal Septlo Tank* Sewer Tile Be»t Pricei w, Deliier Hifhwa.T H »» State Lint Phone 714 INSURANCE to fit your needs SAVINGS SEitVICE SATISFACTION RAYMOND ZACHRY Isaacs ^ Mutual Insurance Agency Phone 3490 Delinting&TreatingService We are now operating our NEW Carrer Delint- ing and lT«ating Plant. All new equipment i«c!»^- ing latest model Slurry (liquid) tr«»ter. All sacks electrically sewei ... we m«r«nte« jam quick, eficient and satisfactory service. Seed accepted in truck or carload lots. . .diticotmt on all lots of 5 tons or more. Insure a belter stand and less rust da»ai» kj treating your seed. Brinr yo»r «««d EARLY and •Toid the rush. WARD GIN COMPANY No. Highway 61 _ Blytheville _ Phone 375« BLYTHEVTLLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS 1TRIBAT, MARCH X, b«ok back at r °° m ln «P»etlon day ours is in an awful mess!" FOR SALE Concrete calverU, 12 inch to « inch, plain or reenforced. Also Concrete Blilding Block] cheaper than lumber for barns, chicken houses, pump houses, tenant houses, tool ihedi. We deliver. Call Hi tor (re« estimate. OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO. Phone 6»1 SPRING PLANTING SEEDS Oats, Alfalfa, Lespedeza. Clovers, Soybeans and Seed Corn. See us before you buy. Blyrheville Soybean Corp. Phone M5S - 1800 Went Main COAL Phone 3186 • Prompt Delivery NOW/* Courteous Service HESTER'S Coal Yard Guaranteed Watch Repair o% 53.50 Four witch It disassembled, I I cleaned, pivots polished and | hair >prini> adj«<ted. 3 Day Service Thompson Credit Jeweler I Next door to W»d« rarnllirel atli TtTE STORTt Ame« TV'Brhnr (Mnrncy) Crnrnlh ij* a "i :<lm ot murder. Orth WNK ex 1t>ti|>1» ... CrnvKIH'> llf,.. O i <1«|KK" n* » plnj lioy friend nf ntk'. niece Snllr. C,,,-,,, „, TAtK'H rKlnle Inrlucte nn Dol'lj-l Dare s!^"l" n \ Crn'vn'h'n r«l«ry. unit Mr*. F,Te Whrel Cr ,_ p»rt- record nit nn nrehlent nnlil »r»»< oX murder. * » • IX Q1T the way to the house we came upon the tennis courts. There were two of them, gross courts and beautifully kept. Jack >umont, in slacks and nothing al all above the wni.st, was serving as we approached. His tanned well-made body glistened with wrspiration. Facing him across he net was a figure professinnal- ooking in visored cap, white shorts and ankle socks. Dumont was pulling no punches with her. He tossed a ball into the and banged it over with a .Jjl and precision to please _if,ho Gon?.ales. She cracked it right back a neatly-placed shot that caught the corner of the court. Dumont, thick strong legs pounding, managed to get his racket on iL But the lady nnrdcreil the return. Dumont, far >ut of position, never had a -hance. Marney Cravath grinned. 'Sweet player, isn't she?" She was, indeed, a sweet player. Vnd it took me a minute or two to ! t ct accustomed to the fact that ie was thfi languorous Eve Miccler. "This surprises me," I saiil. Cravath nodded. "Eve's a sur., woman. She's very cap- ibie at quite a number of things. You wouldn't think so, though. rom the way she drapes herself irounov Cravath waver] a hand, indicat- "I told everybody to go ahead as usual, In tprle of what happened last night Moping around and brooding isn't going to do poor Ames" any good." "Whew!" Dumont puffed, coming over to the sidelines. "r m not as young as I was." Cravath jammed a big fist gently into his ribs. "No. And you never were the player she is." Eve strolled up, a sweater thrown casually about her shoulders now. "Hello, you two." Then to Dumont: "Thanks for a nice game, Jack." F,ve thrust her arm through Dumont's and we went up to the house, Cravath and I trailing behind them. My eyes, always where they shouldn't be,. I suppose made me very conscious of Eve's legs They wore long slender legs the muscles seeming to now like liquid beneath astonishingly youthful skin. Eve wasn't young by any means. But you'd never have known it from looking at her legs The one person in the house who'd seemed physically incapable of wreaking havoc on the Peacock Path palpably wasn't J^AHLY in the afternoon, I enticed Sally into my rented convertible. I drove it out through the swank gate-job pleasurably aware of her alluring slimness in the rent beside me. But aware loo, somewhat less pleasurably,'that I might have no business to be driving anywhere. Slill, this was broad daylight And Marston Cravath was very much a man and one alerted, now, to danger at Win- dovor. "I suppose," I said, turning east toward the Snund, "that I couldn't have wangled this unless it really were—ah, urgent business?" "Oh.'l don't knew," said Sally. 'You pa|B as a friend of mine. Something 1 latched onto in Bermuda." We reached what seemed to be a narrow neck of land julling inlo the Sound. Oood-^ircd hcuscs 1 spaced at comfortable intervaii, | and with well-manicured lawns lined both sides of the road. "This is Lookaway Point," Sally contributed. And added irrelevantly, "How's your head?" "Still there, spit* of you." I told her. "In E were coming to a dead end. I saw the round white tower of a little lighthouse at the tip of the PomL Just before il the road fanned out into R kind of semicircle. There was ample room to park. "Now," I said, "this urgent business. "What do you want to know from me. Jim?" She spoke as one cutting through preliminaries "Routine stuff," I said. "What I ro gelling at is: anylhing .you can give me about the backgrounds ot your guesls," "Who do you want first?" "It doesn't mailer. Make il Eve Wheeler." The sudden liny frown that flitted to her forehead and flitted away as swiftly was unmistakable. "Eve," Sally said patiently, "is Adrian S. Wheeler's widow." Well, I did know of Adrian <z Wheeler. He'd been a Tycoon' to confound tycoons. Oil chiefly, hut with fingers in many another profitable pie. "To hear Uncle Marney and Uncle Jack tell it, she was the slinkiest promtrolter of the golden twenties. According to my uncles. she commuied regularly to s!l the universities cast of the Mississippi In demand she was." I'm not surprised," I said. It's a hearsay, of course" Sally's eyes clouded, "but Eve had a very glamorous lime when she was quite young. Then things got rugged for awhile." "Go ahead." "She's been married three tirees," Sally lold me. "Firsl a long time ago, to some boy from Priiicclon. I don't remember his nnme and [ don't know the exact details. Rumor is that, nfler they'd been married aboul a year, he and fcve and a whole party went up to some ski lodge in (he Adiron- dncks. Some time dm in;; that week-end this guy shot himself, dead." (To Be Continued) Television- Tonite, Tomorrow WMCT, Memphis, Channel FR1IMV NIGHT, MARCH 21 6:00 Kukla, Fran & 'olllc G:!5 News 6:25 What's New About TV 6:30 Those Two 6:45 Fashion Show 7:00 Rocky King 7:30 We the People 8:00 Big Story 8:30 Aldrich Family 9:00 Cavalcade of Sports 9:45 Greatest Fights 10:00 Fnye Emerson J0:30 News 10:35 Chin-lie Wild 11:05 Playhouse of Stnrs 12:05 News 12:15 Sign on SATUKOAY, MARCH 12 8:30 Test pattern 8:45 News C:55 Morning Meditation 9:00 Super Circus 9:30 Film Featurette ' 10:30 Kids & Co. 10:30 Betty Crocker, 11:00 Big Top 12:00 News 12:15 Film Featurett* 12:30 CBC Band 1:00 Super Circus, 1:30 Break the Bank 2:00 NBC Sympathy 3:00 Quiz Film 3:30 TV Teen Club 4:00 Sky King 4:30 Ezio Pinza 5:00 Royal Showcase 5:30 Crusade in Pacific 6:00 American Barn Dane* 6130 lane Ranger 7:00 Al! Star Revue 8:00 Show of Shows 9:30 Wrestling 10:30 News 10:40 C. A. Previet 10:45 Ken Murray 11:45 News 11:55 Sign Off Soybean Seed FOR SALE Dortch \o. 2 and Ofctfcn soy| be.in seed, cleaned and sacked. Book these before price in| crrases. RED TOP GIN Bl.vtheville — Phone 3756 THE MAN TO kNOW The man to know Is the mechanic who knows how to tare for your car . . . and dots his best to repair H right! You'll find the hcst service Tor your car at T. 1. Stay Motnr Co- Try us. T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. Chrjstrr-riymnilh tinier 121 F. Main fhnne FEEDS Wholesale or Retail FULL-0-PEP STAF-0-LIFE Moore Bros Store Phone 6RC6 lli«a; 18 West OUT OUR WAY By J. R. WillMmi FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS lOU WAMT TO 66E TH 1 QUICKEST SET OF BA43& DEVELOP UNPeR I HAVE NO TIMe TO WATCH RVe-MtLUC*J BA6S DEVELOP L»jD6R PEOPLE'S EVES.' 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