The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 22, 1952 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

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FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, 1WI M>'I'IHftVlLLE (ARK.) COUTITER OUR BOARDING HOUSE — with Moj.r Hoop I. 13 STUPENDOUS!? 16 To ZEWo/ZZt -THREE -VMES^ vie SHOULD x S6K1D rw i"f HOMB ^U *72.to-»*t jff NEED HgR £& IF YOU DOfi'T^Jv SHOOLDhi-T/^ 15 A OR /% VJAlT-rilLI ' GET HOM& . . UOOPLB, ^ "THE DAY LATS CANDIDATE FOB. HAME PLAYED (^. BAG X FOR. ) AWD CASCAO& V ft IKSTO HBE. LP.P? AN ACTUAL SCENE-*IT DID PAGK ELBVKW Tche are probably more siredes of insects on earth than of all other animals combined. The National Geographic Society says about 800,000 species have i>een catalogued in museums. For a little tiling like your regular grease and oil change . . or for % major engine overhaul, you'll find tliat T. I. Heay Motor Co. will give you service you'U like. If you don't like the service you're getting now—change it! T.I.SEAY MOTOR CO. Chryiter-ririMitk Dealer 111 I. Mate ffc.m. mz PRESCRIPTIONS Fresli Stock Guaranteed Best Prices Kirby Drug Stores "She's so sympathetic, writing letters to all the leading rr>"n in the movies who are unhappily married!" Pictures Of Your Vacation FUEL OIL G.O. POETZ OIL CO. "/ Sell Tkat Staff" Phone 2089 Of f ice & Bulk Plant—Promised Land RENT A CAMERA All Tjfts at Culeru ' ud at Barney'* Barney's Drug CAMERA HEADQUARTERS ZH« W. Mate Fh»e 2647 "PAINT* PAINTS FOR EVERY PURPOSE-AT REAL SAVINGS 28% to 40% Reductions On All Paints! Air Base Reactivation Forces Us To Move! Drive out lo tlic Air Base and lake advantage of Ihcst tremendous savings on paints. We're having to move and want to decrease our present stock now. Vou'll find Trenkle Palnti to be equal In hiding, non-lading and' durability,lo any nationally advertised brand on the market. Come out today! TRENKLE PAINTS Co., INC BIylheville Air Base Phone 3853 Television- Ton ite. Tomorrow WMCT, Memphis, Channel 4 FRIDAY NIGHT, AUGUST 22 6:00 Curtain Call 6:30 We the People 7:00 Doorway to Danger 7:30 Small Town story 8:00 Sportsreel 8:30 Dill Day 8:45 Borrowed Power 0:00 Guess What Happened 9:30 Playhouse of Stars 10:00 Lights Out 10:30 News 10:40 Ask Me Another 11:10 Industry on Para'de 11:30 Ne\\;s 11:40 Sign Off SATURDAY, AUGUST 23 8:45 News 8:55 Mornine Meditation 9:00 Tile Llftle Revue 9:30 Smilin 1 Ert 10:00 Big Top 11:00 Western 12:00 News 12:15 Nature of Things 12:30 Super Circus 1:00.Mystery 2:00 Baseball 5:00 TV Teen Club 5:30 Lone Ranper 6:00 All Star Revue 7:00 Dance Party 8:00 Pre-Fab House* 8:30 Manhunt 9:00 Barn Dar.ce 9:30 Wrestling 0:30 News ~ ' „• 0:40 C. A. Previie 0:45 Borrowed Power 1:00 Film Featiirette 1:15 News .1:30 Sign Off OUT OUR WAY ly J. R. W(IK«mi EVER. WAWWA <=H A LOUS. „ .. WISH IT WASNICEfc Benefit by Reading and Using Courier New* Classified Ads FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS JUMPIN'CATRSH! UTS 60. MEM/ ALL THE STOLEM MONcY's TVERE ' js*S CHRIS WELKIN I i^g~\ \ W\ ^tf"^\ v , /^^W/J .BUPP... AMAIZA OUR C/WPVS-- YOU'VE BEEN A BIS HELB PRISCILLA' A BAG OF POP CORN WITH ALL THE PIXINGS GOOD A > BY 'FIXINGS'1 ENOUGrU/I GUESS VOU ^ " jfl MEAN SALT A ' '7) PLEMTY OP HOT BUTTER' *«s/&\ Rend Courier News classified Atis T AURIE FRENCH wakened early -*- 1 that first morning in Ridge- vJHc, despite the fact that she and her father and Bruno had talked until the wee small hours before Rmno started bacl to Capitol City. As she opened her eyes the dawn was just beginning to stim pink streamers of light into the sky. A soft cool May breeze plucked at the sprigged chinl?. drapes and bore a flowery fra- prance into the room, mingled with the dank wet smell of the river. Somewhere a rooster crowed tn- v sistcntly and a do.; began to bark. ^ The dog was probably Steve's : htinling dog Cass. Wasn't it silly she should remember a dog's name after all this time? She began to think about Steve Wysong as she lay there. She had felt an odd stir of excitement when she had seen him yoslcrdny and she felt it again now. Presently she threw back (he covers and got out of the warm bed and padded in her bare feet to the window. The sun won id soon be up. She could ct!£h the river smell more strongly now and hear the rush of water over the riftle. Another sound floated up the hill, echoing faintly, tho sound of metal striking wood and the clanking of a chain. That would be Steve gelling his boat oul to go up the river anc: run his lines before the misl rose from 1lic river On sudden impulse Laurie opened one of her suitcases anc rummaged in it, bringing out a pair of p.ile blue shorts, a while • shirt monogrammed in K iue and isome blue rope sandals. Her hands By henc frnhorl shook as she began to dress. If ;he didn't hurry she'd never be ible to catch him. A splash of icy vater on her face from the bath- oom lap, a hasty brush or two at her hair and a couple of expert daubs with a lipstick at her mouth and she was off, down the stairs and out the front door, eagerness making her feet fi: . Steve's boat had already left his dock. She trolled along the path at the edge of the • -ter, following ;he sound of the creaking oarlocks. The mist was so thick it was hard to keep in the path. "Steve 1 ." she called out, "Wait for mel" • * » 'T'HE creaking of the oarlocks ceased for an instant and then began again as the boat was pulled toward the bank. The dip of the oars sounded rhythmic in the stillness, a dark blur in the mist emerged gradually into first the shape of the boat and then Steve's figure hunched over the oars. "Laurie?" He peered at her through the misL "Great guns what are you doing up this early?" You always used to let me help you run your lines that other summer- Remember?" The boat bumped the sandy bank and Steve stood tip, holding out his hand. She fell the warm strength of his grasp as stepped down. The boat rocke< slightly and she settled herself on the wet seat, squirming a lilt I because it felt damp and cold on her bare thighs. "Lovely morning. Isn't it?" she said. She wrinkled her nose anc moved a bait bucket full of craw dads out from unrter her feet. "Why Laurie, what's the mat ter?" Steve said grinning. "An old fisherman like yon shouldn mind the smel! of dead crawdads Besides there couldn't be mor than one or two dead ones in lha bucket. The rest . are nice an lively. Louis and 1 seined them nly yester<iny." He tipped up his altered old brown hat with the ies on it, and picked up the oars gain and pulled the boat or I into e stream. "They smell like they're all cad," Laurie replied. Laurie was aware of : quick varm feeling of sheer pleasure. he loved the river, the smell and ne feel and the sound Oi it. It •mist be something she had in- critcd from her father, she :i ought, "Is that the same hat you wore he last time I was here?" she sked Steve, for want of some- iiing to say. "Nope. Lost that one in the big ool by the rock cliffs where we Iways fish for channel catfish. Remember the place? 'ind blew t off one day and it sank before could get to it. I'll probably look into it and think I've got a good fat channel cat on my line ometime." , He slopped rowing and let Ihe boat clrif with the current for a second or two while •. lit. his pipe, A drift of sweet smelling tobacco smoke floated on the morning air. * • » I" AURIE studied the strong lean " lines ot Steve's face. He was much more handsome than she had remembered. His face was .hin, almost angular, but the bone structure was fine. He had a ,lrong mouth witii a hint of gen- ilencss about it and there .were laughter crinkles at the corners of nis eyes. She was struck all at once by the incongruity of her ^in^ here, with a man who was practically a ^stranger, sitting in a damp smelly old row boat on a river in the mist at 5 o'clock in the morning, when o. ly yesterday she had been in New York. This seemed like a different world. It was a different ./orld! One that her fricnns in New York, her mother and Mark and Fletcher did not dream existed, and would not have appreciated even if they had known it. Fletcher and Mark went fishing sometimes, but they flew down to Florida and fished from Mark's big cabin cruller. (To 4c Continued) NOTICE Your best invest merit on today's market is a well- built, well-located home. Johnny Marr Realtor & Builder 112 So. 2nd Phone 4111 Back-To-School COMPLETE * k SHOE * Quality materials- fine workmanship- satisfaction guarante HflLT€RS )UALITY SHOC SHOP 121 W. M « I N ST. AMJSHY/I7JC7 VOU H MAW SAYS O?PtlKJ WAS 1OU SEEM TO TAKE AMJITJTEK T PEOPLE ASA A^ATTBR OF COURSE, J C7IE THIS A\AM WAS ONE OF YOUR STE-AI7V CUSTnV\6R5. RDTHEyJvDU 6ETT1NS A Lrrn. T IS THIS CHARACTER Y JUST WAIT' RE EXPECTW...A TIM j I SET VOU'LL t>, OK SOMETHfW ?!/ WAWr TO BE - u,W I ~Jf?**&&Mft( LIXE EASX root WAir / , ttV-^Wfcr/liM HE'S SUCH FUW_ L AMD A REAL \UV£ HERO! SO IM NOT, EH ? LOOK, WO. Z Y WELL, 1 AIWT AFRAID OF NtfPdPX! 1 I WOULDM'T CAN WHIP AWOJJE W MY6AN6./ 0J?A6 ABOUT SEE...AWD,BROrHER r THEX v/ THAT, BILLY! - AWT SISSIES.* ^»r-''\ OH,HE»E' KZAT SO? WELL, HE SOUNDS LIKE A Slfi DRIP TOME! AJJO I AWT WAtTIM' WHAT ViAVE I DONE ^HERE'S ONLY WHY DID I DO If? /ONE THING OK, WHY?? o ' I DOT WUCAN oo NOW.' FALL PLANTING SEED HAIRY VKTCH, SEED \VHKAT, BARLEY KES CUK AND CLOVERS NEW CROP SKEI» BLYTHEVILLE SOYBEAN CORP. Phone 6856-6857 COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION SERVICE Otho Curfncr Over 12 yrans experience In the commercial rcfriBcratlon repair business assures you of expert service. Phone 2G12 Fred Callihan Harlin Service ^ SCOFFING KT A FIYING CARPET IN THIS MODERN DAY. DR.VvONMUG DEFIED HATE AMD PULLED A SWITCH ^-^.'' '•'+•''' '•' '"'•-'•' YOU MEAN THERE IS SOMETHING I/ 1 GET CA.N DO 7 " VVVIW/ M.L6V OOP \ '. WHAT CAN 1 DON'T KNOW, BUT 1HIS 15 STRICTLY FOR HIM... IT'S TOO MUCH FOR PURE 5QENC6.' IT'S THE FIRST TIME -you EVER GOT HERE AHEAP OF ME, AMP OPENHP UP iwT\ T1JKN1N' OVER ^ NEW 1-E^F / ...t HAP A u'l- LAUNPRY I WANTED T ' &5T PONE EJEFOKE TH' , .COAMM' JS33

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