The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 3, 1952 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 3, 1952
Page 13
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WTOOTISDAY, SETT- 8, 195S Bid JWEVH,,LE (ARK.) OOTJRTEH KRWS OUR IOARDING HOUSE — with M«j«r Hoeyl* A8CX1T -flSER DAS\6,)t( EGAD, COL ,..n^r«:.Tms RLLV'5 <8>f1VlAT EPIC MOTHER.'-"-SHE GALLOPeD// IHESS <?LD IB MILES otie 6TOEN\y rf BATTLE-^MO^eo NIGWT-~ KILLED KeRSE'P \{ EVES/ FlfJDlMf "TIGER DAME'5/,V> Al ^T5 A bD£ R W .. ,gSW 6 & /iseBEtl AW' 5ME FETCHEO <^ J FLOODED '" EDICISJE, SUM,/ / eMQTIOM SAVED MV,y ( gOi ,,^,js'6/—r— \OLD LIFE/ SPEED, JUMPED FeiJCeS AM'SWUM KI\JEK5 The ebony tree of Queensland; { Read Courier News Classified Ads Australia, besides its valuable hard' ~ wood, yields fruit like n plum. Some SIKCICS o( Ihc "sea urchins." or starfish, which live off rocky coasts, have poison glands attached. For a llllle thing like your regular griase and oil change . . or Tor a major engine overhaul, you'll find that T. I. Seay Molnr Co. will give you sen-Ice you'll like. Jf you don'l like the service you're getling now—change it! T.I.SEAY MOTOR CO. NOTICE Your best investment on today's market is a well- Iniilt, well-located home. Johnny Marr Realtor & Builder 112 So. 2nd Phone 4111 "That proves it! Peopl* art crazy when they say two can live as cheaply as one!" OUT OUR WAY •y J. R. WiHi«m« FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Benefit by Reading and Using.Courier News Classified Ads • icon sffiSS/ ANTI- WHKKIE WARRIORS ffeeot£MWS> ON THE £«• BET TWV. Powr evsivi KEMBA- ^ ICK TN6 WHKKUS, V -/TT'J tjrljWrl« ir-ic-i vc. rvi in*.T-. t ING IRON ON US.' FISQM IJJGW WE'RE THE LpvwtST TSHH6S T> . CRAWL - IOO.E- W«RY! PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Guaranteed Best Prices Kirby Drug Stores Pictures Of Your Vacation RENT A CAMERA All Tjyts of CamcrM •mri SuppUe* at Barney'* Barney's Drug CAMERA HEADQUARTERS ZMC W Main Fhine 7.M7 FUEL OIL G.O. POETZ OIL CO. . "/ Sell That Staff Phone 2089 Office & Bulk Plant—Promised Land r * For Your Convenience r WE FINANCE L AUTO AND TRUCK REPAIRS > Blytheviile Motor Co. , First & Walnut E'hone 4422 - PLANTERS- EXPERT SPRAY PAINTING • Melal Roofs • Houses • Farm Buildings Experienced! Reasonable! Call or Writ* For Free Estimates Television- Tonire, Tomorrow WMCT, Memphis, Channel 4 WEDNESDAY NIGHT, SEPT. J S:00 Youth Wants to Know 6:30 Juvenile Jury 7:00 TV Theatre 8:00 The Unexpected 8:30 Dangerous Assignment 9:00 Wednesday TheiUre 0:30 TV Recital Hall 10:00 Tlie Hunter 10:30 News I0:«l Rocky King 1!:10 Weather 11:15 Film Featurette !1:30 News 11:« Sl»n Off THURSDAY, SRI'TEMIiF.R 4 7:00 Today 7:25 News 7:30 Today 7:55 News 8:00 Prologue to Future :30 Breakfast Party 9:00 Mrs. U.S.A. 9:30 Stride It Rich 0:00 Storylnnd 0:15 Love of Life Ot30 Search for Tomorrow 0:45 Morning; Meditation 1:00 Film Featurette 1:30 Garry Moore 1:45 Guiding Light 2:00 News 2:15 Farm New.s 2:30 Hotnemakcrs Program 1:00 Big Payoff 1:30 Johnny Dugan 2:00 Manhattan Matinee 3:00 Hawkins Falls 3:15 Gabby Hayes 3:30 Howdy Doody 4:00 Cisco Kirt 4:30 Wild Bill Hickok 5:00 Industry On Parade 5:15 News 5:25 Weather CHRIS WELKIN 15 Wl- J| REASONABLE! yoKCAME -* ALL THE VW TO OVf- EARTH JKT TO BE HEAK HM1/A I LL5HOW |^I55ION PLAT^(5OOMIN6 FREUMTf.Si TOWS',JIA^ BEEN ntE«B'Eornvo 01 IN AA1ONTII. Phone 215W ROYAL WEAVER Steele Mo. XII turned to Mnrk r who - shook bis head. "It didn'l look thai way to rnc," he told Lnurie. "He's mnd about you." "But you don't understand," Lnurie lold her stepfather. "Steve sent me back lo New York—after I'd practically asked him to marry me. He made it ctuite plain that he didn't wnnt me." "I nindcrslnnd belter than yc\; think," Mark said. "Before your mother came in and gave him that big song and dance, yonr Steve and I had a lont; talk. He admitted he's in love with you. Me told mo ju^l about what had happened and told me hr- had been wrong. He just bad lo see you a K a i IK II wasn't that confounded book that brought him to New York. He could have sent it by express, or mailed it, and saved plane (are He came to see you." "But he's gone back to Indiana— n "Sure he's gone. Your mother introduced Fletcher as your fiance, and you slood>thcre like a schoolgirl not sayinfi a word to deny it. Why wouldn't he lea^e? Do you know why you stood there silent and unprotesting? Do you?" Laurie shook her head. "It was because you were still afraid, subconsciously, thai maybe your mother was right, maybe Steve was right. You've always had that fear inside of you somewhere, that you'd make a terrible mistake when you married. Even Steve sensed it." "Oh. Mark. I lore Sieve," " The fear is all gon e now, isn't it?" "Yes, Mark," she whispered "I have no intentions of being a rlW^MJWUWyWSWfift her nnns about her stepfather's neck suddenly and gave him a iss. "I'll phone the airport and sec if can got a reservation lor you and your mother will pack a bag and we'll meet you there.** Laurie ran int,o the hall to get :ier coal. She heard Mark saying 'Krnmy, for heaven's sake, don'1 start crying. Don't you see lhat \\ hasn't ever mattered? I've lovcc you just the same, and I always I'M GOING ON \— A HIKE WITH HOLLVHOCK •eou-V; MOM!^S ' )U DON'T HAVE If , WORUV ABOUT/^ — f ^"^ — ^ tbe&f0. /\..WE DON'T ( EVEN A'/VOI'V ANY V^STRANGERS! ^r^ ^Vj CUE found Steve leaning on the ^ wire fence at the airpor watching the planes. He bad Vii hat tilted back and a moody lool on his face as he pulled gently a his-pipe. She stood there for an instant before he was aware o her. When he turned his face ha< a closed look, as though he wcrcn' sure whether he should be glad t sec her or not. j "Laurie?" His voice lifted al the end of her name, "What in the world are you doing here?" ~~ "I came to see you oft, dnrling, You sec." she tipped her head anH smiled at him. "I didn't have a chance lo talk to you at all. You rushed ofl in such a terrible hurry nftcr Fletcher and I came." He looked away from her for a moment. After a while he said, 'There wasn't a great deal to say, was there?" He knocked out his pipe against the fence and put it in his pocket. "Though I suppose I should have al least stayed long enough to wish you happiness, something. Your Fletcher is ,1—a—" "He's not MY Fletcher, darling Mother said that because it smtec her purposes to say it. I broke my arm sweet weakness go through er. "I'm going to marry you, Steve,' he said softly, "that IB, if you'li sk me. 'I get tired of always be- ng the one to do the proposing, -ou know," His face twisted a little. "1 wouldn't want you to make a mis- akc, Laurie." "I wouldn't want to make one. That's why I'm here." She stood here waiting patiently, making no m ovc to wo r d hi m- "I love you, Sieve. 1 ' "Laurie!" Her name seemed to wrenched out of him, and then his anus were around her and his moulh was on hers rough with all he hunger arid longing nf the past few months. His hands were on her face then, moving to her temples and back to her throat again- She was breathless when be let her go. "Will you marry me, Laurie?" His voice was husky. "Can you forget my stupidity, and the things 1 said lo you. How I've regretted all the hateful things T always seemed to be saying to you? Will you forgive me?" "Yes," Lau rie whispered, "oh yes!" hands on her shoul- kept thinking to my- c\t, if I sold the book and it urued out to be a best seller, then : could ask you to marry me, then 30 Dinah Shorr :45 News Caravan :00 Groucho Marx :30 Gene Aut-ry :00 GanRbusters :30 Comm. For Eisenhower :00 Martin Kane :30 Arthur Godfrey :00 Racket Squad :30 Charlie Wild :00 Brenk he Bank :30 News :3:) Film Feature :00 News :05 Sign Off [TK put his 11 dors. "I k John A'.den in this thing," Mark [engagement to Fletcher as soon as snui. laughing. "Gel your coil. an<! jhe came home from Kur»pe. We're KO out to the nirport and .<ec it yovi jiLst friends. We won't ever be can' f lind -Steve around ?omc place l.inythintj more liian that." wailing for a plane. I,el him speak ' Steve's eyes roved hungrily over for liimfelf." rl er fnce, anti slie felt her pulses "Oh lhank you, Mark." She put j suddenly begin lo pound and a \ could give you al] Ihe thinRs- "Things!" Laurie scoffed There's only one Ihing I want from you, Steve, and that's your love." There Was a greal gust of wind from the propeller of a big plane wheeling on the runway near the fence. It whipped at them as they clung together. Mark's voice came lo them Irom a long way cfT. "You two realize that your plane is getting ready to take oft? You'll have lo hurry il you want to catch it." They turned to look at him with gay mcomprehcnsive faces, and then went into each olher's arms again. They didn'l seem to have heard at all. for Ihey were caught in a dream, a summer dream that was going to last a lifclime. i TUK END X X IF ITS TO CATCH 1 TH& GUV WHO CU* C KJLLEC7 POCK ' HELP \ OrTTnM, TIL , N SET- HO? vie FLINT? 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