The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 17, 1952 · Page 15
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WTONESDAY, SEPT. 17, 19S2 BLYTHEVIT^E (ARK.) COWRWR NEWS IOUR BOARDING HOUSE — with M«jor H*»pU A BASKET OF BA^D esss"^ EGAD, FOR \t>o —A POSTCARD PROM iu«rJ/MAKTMA/\( VyVJeieUT CH/WION) Moocri.fl SHOULDN'T a V0UR. «3OTH6R 3AKe/ He SAYiS/rw COMIM" FgR A MtSIT — HOPe , SOT A FAIRLY, PR65H SOUP HAE- HAF2 ? -t A aose RELATlVS Of MERIT ViKWce (HORe FUEL OIL G.O. POETZ OIL CO. "/ Sell That Stuff" Phone 2089 >ff ice & Bulk Plant—Promised Land PAGE FIFTEEN 1 JOE ATKINS MACHINE WORKS COMPUTI SHUT MITAL |MO» inucnwAL srut . «A* AM* IUCTKK WILMrM • Gm MFAHIl . H.ACKIMITH. MM • HAIDWAM • MACHttM 11? AMU BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS PHONES: Day 3142; Night 6153 r>£ ^® ••** i ^£s/s\t\^*—-* \\ JlV q-17 «•&>***> "You'd feel bad too if your sitter was getting married and you had to start wearing your own clothes again!" The area of continental United Slates is 3,022,387 square miles. NOTICE Your best investment on today's market is a well- built, well-located home. Johnny Marr Realtor & Builder 112 So. 2nd I'lionc 4111 Tclevision- 'onire, Tomorrow t'MCT, Memphis, Channel • Wednesday N'lght So.pl. 17 i Memphis Union Mission > Dr. Fixum > Juvenile Jury I TV Theatre i The Unexpected I Dntiserolis Assignment ) Dr. Fixum ) Film FeatureLte j Film Fcaturett* ) The Hunter ) News ) Rocky King 1 Weather > Ne\vs ) Sign Off ALFALFA SEED New Crop OKLAHOMA APPROVED RETAIL 46c PER LB. NO WEED SEED BLYTHEVILLE SOYBEAN CORP. 1800 West Main St. Phone 856 Blytheyille, Ark. THE ONLY GRAIN BIN WITH 6-PLY RIBS EVERY 22'A OF HEIGHT FOR EXTRA STRENGTH EASIEST BIM OF ALL TO ERECT! •Stop in soon, while we still have famous -SIOUX- St«*l flram bins! DISTRIBUTOR Blytheville Soybean Corp. 1800 West Main—Hlytherill Phones 6856 & 6857 By Edna G. Robins I'JJARRY WF.STON sat down In a I comfortable chair in his wife's 1 studio. He made no move to look j at (he portnai she had painted and he gave no indication that ho had even glanced at it ns he en- J tered. Instcnd. he rafhcr ostcn- |:taliously pulled his chair around 1 so that his back was toward the |.painr . "Will • you have some tea, TTARRY wns staring at the por- ±L trait unhappily. Adcle Miller's serious brown eyes stared hack al him, from the canvas, as if defying him to say it wasn't good. lie didn't try to say it wasn't good. "It's very good," he said awk- Copyrighr 1952 fey NEA $*rrke, ' c . was just a picture of a sedate little girl in a rather quaint dress. Loui.se examined her work critically. Then she smiled as she recalled Harry's surprise a few weeks ago when she received her first order for a portrait And wardly. cleared his throat. "Very good indeed." "Good!" E 1 e a n o r exclaimed, shaking her father's arm in exas- Harry?" his wife was asking. j peration. "Why. it's simply splen- Harry made a weak sound in I his throat and nodded his head. And to think we've beer nourishing a genius in our midst and dirin't even know it- How Louise sighed and poured the tea. Poor Harry. He had no imagina- j could you stand it, Mother, to have J tion, of course. He knew nothing |.about art and he was afraid of ivhat he did.not understand. ijiBul was this the reason for his I actions now? [x>nise suddenly knew the answer. The reason he ! not usc it? talent Inside of you and should think it wasti'l lookir would hurt to—to smother it. M "Sometimes it did," Ixniise replied gcnUy. "But there were other duties tl at came tlrsl." nl the picture "You mean Daddy — Evnd ' . Louise had painted was that Harry Well, I'm glad at last you had the IjWas jealous- jealous of (he art! chance to show what you can do. r \vhich had taken his wife away 1 1 think it's going to be wonderful from him spiritually. "How nice it is to be just by ourselves for a little wnile," went on. she Harry's answer was interrupted |; as the children rushed in with a vave of laughler. "Where's the picture, Mother?' lo have a famous mother." "Let's wait and see what the judges say when it's htmg in the exhibit in the fall," Louise said. Her eyes were still on Harry. I T OUISE WKSTON'S portrait of •J^ J Adele Milter was entered in Eleanor asked immediately. Then'the ail show held in the fall ir she s.iw the portrait, "Oh, Mother, it's lovely? Isn't it. Father?" "Your father hadn't looked at it yet," I.oiiiFe snid quietly. "I suppose he felt he necried his [ea before he tried to rnlicizc it." : "Why. Fplhrr! You come rUht jpver hcrt: and look at this beauti- GreonwLh Village. Louise hoped lhat Harry would appear at the opening, but sh,e had her doubt 1 ;, Harry his own opinio of Greenwich Village and it •va complimentary. So Louise went alone. She found her porlrait immediately and was fui portrait!" Eleanor ran over to pleased with its position. It was Harry and, taking his arm, almost i in a good light and was n</ pulled him out of his chair. (crowded by other canvases. V "Gee, Mom, it's swelli" was| The sheer simplicity of the . .„ .. Ted's comment. "You ought to get: painting pcemci! appealing and she I wife, 1 • prize /or that, sure," JAop. 6 * 1 °^?£. s ^ r ° uld U*ink so. It there had been a further surprise 'or I tarry when he learned the si/able sum she had been paid to lo the picture. No doubt this had made Harry all the more jealous of Ix>uise and her painting. The show rooms were beginning :o fill with art enthusiasts. Louise thought Harry should be showing up—if he were to come at all— ind she began to search for him. Harry would probably feel quite out of his element here, H« wouldn't know where to look tor us wife's work. Louise drifted with Die stream of people and finally circled the rooms and came back again to her portrait of Adele. A strange man was in the group in front of the painting. He examined the picture critically, nodding hia head in satisfaction. "Good, good," h* sai<l to a neighbor. "Thai's very gtxxl." 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