The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 16, 1952 · Page 13
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TUESDAY, SEPT. 16, 1958 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUKTEK KEWS OUR BOARDING HOUSE — with Ma.or Ho*pl« HOW ABOUT THAT LAPEL FLOWER y<3U <J DREAMED UP, THAT ) A LAG<SARD LAD (?6TL!RMIr46 <O SCHOOL, I. CAMsSOT SHIFT A\Y MIND SACK INTO A CREATIVE GEAR.' N'O'N OF A . ' SAFETY HAT FOR SAILORS VOOULD •SEMO UP A ROCKET VJHEM SEAFARER •STREAM, OP TEAR. SAS AT A HOLDUP MAM ? DID you PARK THAT i. PEAK THAT WOfO'T "~-- ' FOR THE LISUT= FUEL OIL G.O. POETZ OIL CO. "/ Se// That Stuff" Phone 2089 Office & Bulk Plant—Promised Land COMPLITI SHUT MITAL SHOP iraucnMM. mil • «M AN* lucratc WlLWH« . em MPM«t . MACKMMTH. HA««WJUW • MAOttMi HVAW* BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS PHONES: Day 3142; Night 6153 Your best investment on today's market is a well- built, well-located 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 Blythevilfe, Ark. THE ONLY GRAIN BIN WJTH 6-PLY RIBS EVERY 22V, OF HEIGHT FOR EXTRA STRENGTH IJl _ f Kfted little ; Ariele Miller down from the ;model's platform and gave her a kiss. "Are you tired, honey?" "No, not very." Adelc's childish >oice replied. "May I look?" | "Yes, indeed, you may." : Louise led the liltle girl around to the front of the big easel that was now supporling a finished portrait of the little girl. Adele stared at it solemnly for a few minutes. Then she looked up at Louise, a smile breaking through the seriousness of her face. "It's very nice," she said -"and I think it looks like me, only I'm not always as pretty as that." "Goodness, you're modest!" Louise laughed gaily. "You must be sure lo come to the Exhibit to see how your picture looks along side of the other portraits." "Yes, Mrs. Woslon, I'll come," Adcle promised. "Daddy said he'd take me." Louise helped the child into her hat and coat and went with her to the door. A car with a uniformed chauffeur was standing at the curb. Adcle ran down the IT UM G. Rofcm a v, KM s«,«,. *,. poise, a self-assurance that baffled her husband. She was only sorry that she couldn't tell Harry about thai wonderful summer. She had registered at a'n art school with a great deal of trepidation, sure that she was too old to go back to lessons, fearful that the other students would hold her up to ridicule for presuming at her age to compete with; rising young artists. The class had met in the mornings in an old barn tip on a hill. To the surprise of Louise, entering timidly on the first day, there were several gray-headed men busily selling up their easels nnd one or two women who looked lo he much older than she was. She began to feel more assurance. When the model look her place on the platform and Louise began squeezing out colors on her palette, her heart was so filled with a joyous excitement thai her hand trembled as she reached for a brush. Far from laughing at her, the other students looked at her work ! respectfully and even asked her advice upon occasion. the I THE summer agreed with the children, too, she thought, as she took off her paint-smeared smock and tidied up the studio^ steps and disappeared into depths of the car. Louise went back into her studio. It was a large room that extended across the bock of a house . ,, on Lefferls Place. Harry had Trd Ind loved his summer nt made quite a fuss after she told ! cainp and it had done him a world him about renting a studio. lot good. And Kleanor had gotten "I don't know what you want I a job and had gone off lo business to do that for." he had blurled i every day with her father, feeling out angrily. "It seems to me I very important and pleased to be there's room enough in your own , earning SB a week. The house- house for any painting you may wnnl to do. It's just an excuse for getting out of your housework." Louise had smiled at him quite jmperturbed. She refused lo argue with him about the matter. She had come home late in August after a summer in Provincetown. With a beautiful and becoming tan she had acquired a keeper Louise had engaged was capable, efficient and kindly. Louise had asked her to slay on afler she returned from the Cape Yes, it had all worked out very w*ll for everybody except Harry. He had not been happy at all about the arrangements. Louise had made Ihcm without consulting him. And yet he had no real reason to complain now. She was OUT OUR WAY FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS WHKKt-l 16 SU3W MAK.IN ISAWHIPE THIS SMEU.HIM WHCM HE'* Ar iwsr uveRMORE STILL KEEPS A LIGHr BURNING TORUS' OUR. ONE REMA1NIN6 BEACON OF FRIENDSHIP—LETfe HAVE A MAN-ID-MAN COftfLAB WITH HIM. SAD BOrV THE ART MATERIALS ._ i«ntfir by Reading and Using C*urttr N«wi Cla»»ifi«d Adt "For her I joined the Boy Scouts, Young Rangers, Plane- teers and Junior C-Men—now she hai taken up with a 4-H Club euy!" LOOKS' EAunr- AlfZ.WNE. I HAP NO IDEA ANYTHING WA5 TOi-V ME BAHU&TEK ANP k'flNE WGEE THE Rc-s 5R1CE TRAHSFOKT Of THE AMIZA- &VPP FKES&HT LINfiS •JtASED TWO CLASHES TO COLLECT Hens on U. S. farms laid six billion eggs In May, 1952, MAY BE THE 6a4r IN THEIR NEXT JCW) Tonite, Tomorrow VMCT, Memphis, Channel NOTICE TUESDAY NIGHT, SEPT. 16 Milton Bcrle Boss Lady Circle Theatre Amateur Hour Dr. Fixum Summer Theatre I've Got a Secret News Pantomine Quiz Wcnther City Hospital News Sign Off MY DAD SAYS WHEN WE BUY A HOUSE IT WILL HAVE A GREAT ' BIO PATIO. 1 MY POP SAYS WHEN WE BUY A HOUSE... ....IT WILL. X HAVE A \ GREAT BIG MORTGAGE.'. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17 7:28 News 7:30 Today 7:55 News 8:00 Prologue to Future 8:30 Breakfast Pnrty 9:00 Mrs. U.S.A. 9:30 Strike It Rich • 0:00 Storyland 0:15 Love of Life 0:30 Search for Tomorrow 0:45 Morning Meditation 1:00 Film Featurette 1:45 Guiding Light 2:00 News 2:15 P'arm Nea-s " 2:30 Homemakers Program 1:00 Big Payoff 1:30 Welcome Travelers 2:00 Kate Smith 3:00 Hawkins Falls 3:15 Gabby Hayes 3:30 Howdy Doody 4:00 News 4:05 Berl Olswanger 4:30 Space Cadets 5 Hnrtoons 5:00 Film Featnrettt 5:25 News ' 5:25 Weather 5:30 Those Two 5:45 News Caravan 6:00 Memphis Union Mission 6:15 Dr. Fixum 6:30 Juvenile Jury 7:00 TV Theatre 8:00 The Unexpected 8:30 Dangerous Assignment 9:00 Dr. Fixum 8:30 Film Featurette 9:45 Film Featurett* 10:00 The Hunter 10:30 News 10:40 Rocky Kin 11:10 Weather 11:15 News 11:40 Sign Off LOOK AT HIS HANP&TO»6»r/.fl*OW.IS, SH^XE, MC.. P»*v7 HH£ 3C*S TO VOUd ISJSIJ7& rr'6 NOT WHAT WM/PEUEVE. cHA]K I PIPNT PO IT (WJTSKI&HT TO MX) A» MI9 IT MUST* V NOW TAKE ME THE SAME 6E6W ftBOUr ROUTE, B1LL-AT THH PACE IO:2O WHEW \ YOU WM.KEP. POUT FORGET HMW-.VOU'D HfWE KEftCHEP HERE ABOUT O:30- THE TIME POLICE FIRST SAW THE 6MJS IU THW STORE OM£R BY THE RWLKOAD. THIS MUST BE DESERTED AT _, MIGHT:,. HEY, TIM I YOU W&S RIGHT ABOUT SPIKE KEGGS'M.IR1 PROBATION OFFICER WELSH SAW H1W «T ELEU6U 1AST MIGHT... WW.K1WG HOW61 tW TH' CLEAR WELL GO OU] ANOPiCK'W UP MOW! I FOUND TH GANG WASN'T" HERE. THEM I WW.KED UP THIS STREET AMV STOP* VOU HAADE WAS. Y'KMOW, EASY' YOU'RE TH' PIK&T GUV WHO EVEKTR1ED TO HELP ME OUT OF A JWA 1 . TVf OC GENIE \YE8,ANr> [ DONT DOGS LOOKOUTA I BLAM6 'IM .THE SOCTS.DON'I HE; «.V, I NEVER GVPPEP MOBOOV OUTA NOTH1N 1 ! HE KNOCKED HIM SELF OUT AN' I SENT 'IM HOME.. ..'S NO FAULT OF MING F TH' OH SPOOK. WHN1 OFF AM' TOKGOT TO TAKE HIS CRUMMY STUFF WITH IM ...TM BEGINNING TO GET VERY UNHAPPY WAY YOU GYPPED H1MOUTOFHI6 R-YING RJUGJ EASIEST BIN Of ALL TO ERECT! •Sfop in soon, whil* we still have famous •SIOUX- Steel grain bins! DISTRIBUTOR Blytheville Soybean Corp. 1800 West Main.—BIytheYill Phones 6856 A 6857 always home when he returned from work. And her certainly could not accuse her of neglecting the children. They were having a very happy family life, she considered. She would, of course, drop her painting at once if she thought it was necessary for the well-being of her children. She put the kettle, on the gas ring and got out the tea things. The children liked to have tea at the studio occasionally. Today she had persuaded Harry to stop in on his way home from work. It would be fun to hear what they thought of the portrait of liltle Adele Miller. She arranged on a plate the cakes she had bought on her way to the studio. Then while waiting for the kettle to boil she picked up a book. The Hubaiyat of Omar Khayyam that Ted was always quoting. One stanza pleased her so much: "A hook ol veraea umlerncMh lh» hough. A loaf of hrearl. a Jut- of wine, and Beside me, singing In the w!M«r- Ah, \riMcrnrss were paradl.ie enow." Louise let the book lie in her lap. 'THAT'S it, she nodded her head J - thoughlfully. Mr. Khayyam knows. There must be a book and a dear companion. The bread And if Harry only knew it, Ixiuise wns sure she would not have been so good 3 companion to him if she had not had Ihe desire to pnint deep in her heart, even when she wasn't using it. The kettle was boiling furiously. She got up to turn down the gas, NOTICE In the Chancery Court for the Chtckasawb* District of Mississippi County, Arkansas. George Richardson, Ptf. vs - No. 12,105 Ruby Inez Richardson. Dft. The defendant Ruby Inez Richardson IR warned to appear In the chancery court within thirty day and answer the complaint of the ptaintifr George RIchnrdson. Witness my hand as clerk of said court, and the seal thereof, on this the 8th day of September. 1952. "Harvey Morris. Clerk 9.9-18-23-30 of good. And Eleanor had gotten ant ! ! hc " J'? rr >' °" cnc<1 thc d "° r n U lookcd m As if he expected lo find somebody here, Louise thought. Probably that was why he hated the sludio. Harry had heard such wild stories about artists. Ashamed of her unkind thoughts, Louise smiled at her husband radiantly, "Do come in, Harry," she said, going toward him, her hands outstretched. She slood on tiploe to kiss him, and his arms drew her close for a moment. <To lie Concluded) COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION SERVICE Otho Curtner Ovtr 12 je»n experience In the commercial refrigeration repair business assures r°u or expert service. I'hone, 2612 Fred Callihan Radio Service FALL PLANTING SEED HAIRY VETCH, SEED WHEAT, BAK1.EY FES CUE AND CI.OVEUS NEW CROP SEED BLYTKEVILLE SOYBEAN CORP. F'hone 6SS6-6857

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