The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 15, 1952 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 15, 1952
Page 9
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MONDAY, SEPT. 15, 1952 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE KIN! OUR IOARDING HOUSE — with M«jor Ho«pU OUT OUR WAY •y J. R. Williams FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS I KNOW WE 6OTTA HAVE PIFFRUklT SIZE- BALLS SO TH' LITTLE KIPS WON'T CslT PISGUSTEP AK1' QLjrr C.\.n. THEY CAN'T HIT TH' EE&'LAit BALL.' BUT THAT KJP IS TOO '. E6AO, A> SILLY ~<?A GENERAL* DID YOU "Trtlrt>< kv KAMK DOeSN'T/ BOER wrm THESE «gv Me^H ^TM vf WAK- TRIA1MIMG /AY ^^V THAT OLD v-\ WASN'T DM ? THIS PORTRAIT J^n SOLDIER , DRUM INl LL L6MD MILITARY TOME TO A\Y CAMPAIGN! .' THAT -rue . OME THEY FOUGHT WITH BEAs! 6AG6 3 VJEEK H£'LL 8E A FORMER ILLINOIS GOVSRsJOR Benefit by Reading and Using Courier News Classified Ads THSV'PE OKOVHOBO FOE THA THl-p-'LL COME A-} A G.O. POETZ OIL CO. "/ Sell That Stuff" Phone 2089 Office & Bulk Plant—Promised Land JOE MACHINE WORKS COMPIETI »HIIT MITAL IHOP STKUcnxAi. rtin • «AI MM lucrmic WELMH* • GIN MPAIIli • MACKlNttTH- IH« • HARDWARE • MACHINE IIPAIIi BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS PHONES: Day 3142; Night 6153 "My mother isn't here—she'* being held prisoner on a space ship!" Tlie Dakotas and Minnesota are important rye-producing states. NOTICE Your \iesl investment on today's market is a well- built, \vell-localed home. Johnny Marr Realtor & Builder 112 So. 2nd Phone 4111 ALFALFA SEED New Crop OKLAHOMA APPROVED • RETAIL 46c PER LB. NO WEED SEED BLYTHEVILLE SOYBEAN CORP. 1800 West Main St. Phone 856 Blytheville, Ark. THE ONLY GRAIN BIN WITH 6-PLY KIBS EVERY 22', OF HEIGHT FOR EXTRA STRENGTH EASIEST BIN Or ALL TO ERICT! •Stop in soon, while we still have famous -SIOUX- Steel grain bins! DISTRIBUTOR Blytheville Soybean Corp. 1800 West Main—Hlytherille IMiones fiS56 * 0857 Television- jTonite, Tomorrow j WMCT. Memphis, Channel 4 MONDAY NIGHT. SEPTRMBKR 15 6:00 Paul Winchell. NBC 6s10 Hou'iiM TJarlmv. NBC 7:00 Arthur Murray. CBS 7:30 ftobert Montcomerv. NBO 8:30 Who Pnid Thai. NBC 9:00 Slim Rhodes !):2fi News !):30 Strike it Rich, CBS 10:00 Wrestling 10:45 News 11-00 Film Fcniuretle 11:10 Weather 11:15 News ^ 11:25 Sign Off TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 16 ^ 7:00 Today 7:25 News 7:30 Today 7:55 News 8:00 Prolosue to Future 8:30 Breakfast Party 9:00 Mrs. U.S.A. 9:30 Strike It Rich 10:00 Stoiyland 10:15 l.ove of Life 10:30 Search for Tomorrow 10:45 Morning Meditation 11:00 Film Fraltlrclte 11:30 Carry Moore 11:45 Guiding Light 12:00 Nev.-s 12:15 Farm News 12:30 Homenmkers Program 1:00 Ble Payoff 1:30 Welcome Travelers 2:00 Kate Smith 3:00 Hawkins Kails 3:15 Oabby Hayes 3:30 Howdy Doody 4:00 News 4:05 Berl Olsw anger 4:30 Film Feature!!? 5:00 Industry on Parade 5:15 News 5:25 Weather 5:30 Dinah Shore 5:45 News Carnvan 6:00 Milton Berle 7:00 Boss Lady 7:30 Circle Theatre 8:00 Amateur Hour 8:45 Dr. Fixum 9:00 Summer Theatre 10:00 I've Got a Secret 10:30 News 10:40 Pantomine Quiz 11:10 Weather 11:15 City Hospital 11:45 News 11:50 Sign Off Copyright 1952 by NEA Service, Inc. i\ •'Y17HATS up now?" Somebody's birthday?" Harry Wcston had come home to find his wife radiant in her rose-colored parly dress. A Rcneral air of festivity pervp.drxi the houso. "No. not exactly." Louise replied smiting mi.-riiievously. "Jusl a little surprise party-^' Harry was mystified, hut nol until his \vifc had served the dessert at dinner did l.ouise let her family into 4 ,he secret. "Av it Ella is responsible for the celebration. 1 had a letter from her tiiis morninj from San Francisco. She thanked us for entertaining her so kindly, and then she wrolc—well. I'll belter read you what she ?aid." Louise rose and look the letter from ttie mantelpiece. Opening it to the second p;ige. she began to read "Louise, dear, you're my only relative, so of course most o( my little savings will go to you. But I dnn't want you lo have to wait till I am sonc to enjoy them. I Have much more than I need for my wants. And so I am enclosing a check for SIO.OOO which you arc to use in whatever way you think will bring you Ihc most happiness." There was a general qasp of astonishment. Then each of her listeners tried to make helpful suggestions for disposing of tile money. "Gee. with that we could get an automobile, 1 should think," Ted oilcrerl hopefully. "Oh, Morn, couldn't we go away this summer on a real trip?" Kl- ennor so expressed her UmMings "We could put in a new fuvnace with some of the money." Harrj spoke slowly, lie was w.iiling to sec if Txjuise would turn the check over to him. That was his idea of the proper thing for a wife to do and yet he hesitated to fell her so. Louise listened with a serene and non-commital air to what they said. No one suggested that she spend the money just on herself. r PHE next morning Louise went out soon after breakfast. She went lo the bank and opened her first account. Her pleasure in it was marred by a certain regret that she should have had to gel the money as a gift. Harry had started an account for Ted years ago, but he had never considered that his wife needed one. After leaving (he bank Louise took a trolley lo New York. She reliirncd Lite for lunch, satisfied with her cfToits. She found that she could not teep the fnmily in suspense until he end of dinner. She looked at hem benignly anci felt a mile snrry for them, knowing that her plans would lake away the appe- :ite of at lenst one of the, group. "They're nothing but children, All three ot them," she thotighl 'And 1 why don't men ever grov. up?" She turned with a smile to El- cnnor. "Well, my dear, I've settled your future for the next few months n least." "Oh, Mother, what do yoi mean? "I enrolled Miss Eleanor Weston in a business school for a secre tari-il course," "Oh. mother, where?" "In New York, on West 23rt Street." "And xvill I have lo« fio to New Ynik every d;iy?" "Yes, I'm aftniil FO. Rut it's very nice place. I know you like it." "And what else did you do?" E! eanor asked eagerly. "I've engaged a housekeeper." "A housekeeper! Why do you ant a housekeeper? You aren't nng away. Mother, are you?" Ted's voice expressed real con- ern. "Not exact! y." Louise felt aughty. but she certainly was en- oying herself. "I'm going to chool, too!" Tiie two children stared at her, hen broke into excite<i exelama- ions of surprise and amusement. Only Harry wont on eating his din- icr quietly. His thoughts were in i turmoil. He felt that fx^uise had escaped him; then, more bitterly, le realJ7ed that she hnd never be- onged to him. » » » [ OUISK WKSTON, avoiding her ~* husband's eyes, was explaining icr plans lo the children. She was ;-..'-ng to an art school on West Oth Street. "That will be for three or four days a week. Then, because we laven't room enough in the house fnr a studio, and the painty* smell Isn't nice to have around anyway, I've rented a room that can be Ixed up as a studio." "Olr; Mother, what fun!" Eleanor cried entranced. ""Will you have parlies there like a real artist?" Ted asked seriously. "Well, maybe. But 1'il be working very hard trying to be a real artist myself." Louise glanced hastily at Harry. He looked white and hurl and sick at heait. She hoped it wouldn't take all Ihe pleasure out of her woi k lo know thnt she was upset- ling him. "1 know it's what Aunl Rlla wanted me to do," she explained. "And it's only fair lo her to give it a trial. If it doesn't work out, 1 can always give it up." (To Be Continued) WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court. Chckn- saolia District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. G. W. Reed, Ptf. vs. No. 12.164 Prebhle Reeds, Dfl. The defendant. Prebble Recti. Is hPreby warned lo appear within thirty days in the court named the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff. G. -W. Reed. Dated this 6th day of September, 1952. Harvey Morris, Cleric By Laverne Ball, 1). C. Guy Walk, atty. lor ptf. Ed B, Cook, atty. ad litem. 8,8152328 COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION SERVICE Otho Curtner Over }2 years fxperlrnce In the commrrclal -efrljeratlon huKlnr** assurer rou of expert s«rvice. I'lione 26.12 Fred Callihnn Radio Service FALL PLANTING SEED HAIHY VKTCH, S K E t) WHEAT, BARI.KY FES CUE AND C1.0VKKS NKW CK01> SKKD BLYTHEVILLE SOYBEAN CORP. Phone 6S56-6857 / BAN'NI-STHE ANP VMG A2-E .,, THEV'V£ Cmi^A.MfZEP IMEAlt \T,DOC.\ 6SAB A JET PASSENfceR PLANE AHO COME TO FLAT*.... I WANT TO TALK. TO you* /UfflCH ._. ccvrwiie* A NEIV FIR.« ANPA.MAIZA^ HtSpgOSE k, THEIR PlLOr! OP TOE . , THE>' C;tfj'r POTHATi &VCO \^ FJZONT/N& FOR HEK...EVERY- OC6AN1Z6P IN HIS MAA1E! CAH'T HEAP THgIC FJEA1 NOT A CITIZEN! WHAT KNOW ABOUT POLITICS WOULD <— }( MINUTE FIT IM MY 'BOTTS BURNS ILL FIGHT MIS CANDIDATE WITH EVERY WORD AT MY COMMAND! YOU'RE SO HOARSE THEM I'LL "START A OM -SHOUTING THAT SOON YOU WOM'T BE ABLE TO SPEAK AT ALL! HATS M^ MUSHY, THE PUNK WE THREW \ VIC H-tJT--TH& CUT OF THE CtUSCOK IMFEK5ONATIM&/ SO n'S A TKAf, EHf \ OtO"rV/ SOU CWBZ5 ) A LITTLE MATTER OF A PIASZY/ (SOT NOTHW&OM ONAPO LAST NK3HT, THERE£NOrACHMJCE,/NO,6lLL'. VOU'REUOf ! IT'Lt JUST BE/ GUILT/ THIS TIME.WJD MV WORD A.GMU5T A L^IW ^QUEfvLER'S! J I FORGOT ABOUT/m ftFKMD5P,..UMLES5 TM6 MEET1M' ^ PRO- I GUILTV KID CONFE.6SES...OK BKTIOk) OFFICER V VOU CM) PROVE VOU HPvPM'T BEEN WITH THE QMOG! WILL LEfsRM FKOW. I WASN'T HERB L(k&T NIGHTS I'LL THEM WE'LL RETRACE VOU .— ,STEP5,,,TRV TO FIND (K OW DARK STREETS 5TKWJGER. WHO RECML6 MOSTLV. I DIPNT \ 5EEIMG VOU (VBOUT THE PASS ANYONE I V TIMED'THE CKIWlE' HELP VOU TRV TO FINP ftW ALIBI BETTER LMA REIGHT AW, HE WAG TW ONE T ..AFTER \ WHOCWJSED/Xl.L I W.LTHE \ Til' TROUBLE IN / -^ TROUBLE \T>V RKGT I'LACE.'f WHO H£'D GONE | WHO CARES IV I CARES TO TO GET / HE NEVER GETG \ IT BACK! SURE, 1 TIME-MACHINED YOU SHOULD HAVE TVf QENIE B«X. 1O OLD I WAITED FOK ME TO AKAF5»\! HOlV UL5E / DO II .. 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