The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 1, 1950 · Page 9
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TTJWWAY, 'ATKTDST t, •LTTHmLLB (ARK.) COtTKfEU NKWS OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams Our Boarding House with Mo£ Hoopla Disappearing Act I've GOT Ki AMD T£IW.' GUESS I WAS SILL-V TO DISCARD tH(?Ee THREES, BUT I T)ETE6T SMALL.. CARDS/ see THE- F POOL/ ITS THa coresr THIM& IM YElUOWSTONe ' I'M SETTING HARDER TO SURE X fr BETTER OKAY/ BUr RtSHT; I AN EXPENSIVE- . I SURE A SLOW i«_ft —L-- * ci.- ;^L.^rr^= fop!-/ HANDKERCHIEF.' / LAUWORY/ LOOSE gi,«S^. AUTO GLASS CAMPAIGN Edwin Rutt Coptruht 1950 t» NCA "Please don't get up—I'm wearing a new girdle!" Elytheville Glass & Paint Co. I3fi E. Main [Mione 6716 Here's One Way To Save Money Expert Service Wfl LTCRS QUfflLITY SHOE SHOJ IZll W. M B I M ST. For Improued KIDNEY FUNCTION In a ^majority of casei inyesli- g^-ted in several hospitals and cunicSj subnormal Kidney function was improved. Bladder pain and discomfort reduced after the use of Mountain Valley Waler. IF your doctor has diagnosed your condition as functional Kidney impairment this natural, untreated mineral water may be very beneficial. Try it for a few weeks. H it delicious, pure-tasting, and may be consumed freely. Cross town Whiskey Shop Main & Division li> a r [impale it ol •nnllrli dlrrrird »K[i)n*t II M A prrll* MliJd IrwrMirrnrr a ccitorl. IIHI «4Tl* Hi 14* h*T aitractive and bun inlli Ihiu her lalkrr tvcnl tftrr ihU fiinvrrN.i lliia hr H.-v and licv t«-H. Hill lh» icvv/ELL," DILI Jarvis pushed " Hilda Sands from t "Oh. let's no* Mart murmured Bev lazily, stretched out on fh« float Biti sat watching Dick Trevan doing creditable things oft the high- dive and Caroline's while bathing cap bobbing in the lake. "Bill." Bev said suddenly, "b« an angel?" "Ha! Something you hnvent got that you think you want?" "Well, 1 do want my dark glasses. 1 Left them In my red knitting bag on th« dock." "Okay. Tools Back in a flash." deter mined \y, "this is his mind. kind ol n Valley tough going. Because you'll think I'm interfering, or you'll get the wrong slant on it, or—" Bev Coulter shook his arm. "Bill! Stop babbling: What on earth ire you trying to say?" He achieved succinctness. "Just that 1 don't think you ought to go i plane riding with Lloyd." She splashed a silvery laugh agiimsl the shadows. "Are you 'jealous already?" "1 said you'd get the wrong slant," he said, a trifle wearily. "It's not that at nil But your mother has a prelly definite out on flying." "Look, darling." Bev said patiently, "it's perfectly true that Mother was in a bad plane crash aboui. 10 years ago. She's got an ; unreasonable prejudice, strictly a phobia, against flying.." **Um." said BILL "Don't know as I blame her. As 1 got it, three out of 17 survived." "Thot'» ritfht. It was absolutely miraculous." I Then she'd have conniptions i you went up." , "But she won't. Because 1 don't 'plan to leU her, or Dad, anything never flies on business trips.* 1 "HP'S as illogical about it as Mother- Flying's as safe and simple as eating breakfast nowadays." "Planes still go haywire," Bill pointed out. She slapped his hand, in mock j exasperation. "You, too. Brutus. Bill stood up and dived I'm entirely surrounded by old Halfway In he heard a shout. tl« Cuddyduddics All right Be espe- paused, treading water. Caroline cially charming to me nnd I might Marr was swirmmni swiftly alter call it ofl with Lloyd-* "'Might, eh? Why not 'will'?" She eyed him through lowered lashes. "Darling, 1 never give up anything, immediately and uncoo- Bl AL YERMEER him. "Wait a minute, Bill!" Bill grinned. "Last one to 1h« dock's a sissy." he called. "No, please wail! I'm going Ln ditionally." • and I'll get Bev's—" She cut It lie laughed. "You're a spoiled short and came on, again 'with brat." thai fast crawL "That," said Bev, "is the only • • • kind of brat to be." , OII,L was tecling exuberant • • • J * I Moreover, he owed Caroline an THE next morning at the regtila- aquatic trimming and with this Uon hour-after-breaktast. Bev, start about it my peL" "Why go, stances?" "Because," And you aren't to either, under the circum- aid Bev, "I've never been up, I want to £o and Lloyd's a whiz of • pilot." **I notice," said Hill, "that your ear. Caroline Mart and Dick "icvan dived o(I the Inn's dock- Bill surfaced to receive a small headed quirklj for short. He needed his handicap. Caroline swam like oae possessed. Bill :ascade of water, from the heel , could hear her thrashing behind iim, drawing closer with every clean strong stroke But there wi still a few yards between them when he touched concrete and pulled himself out. The first thing be saw was old Mrs. Pasker. She'd had someone whe«L her down to the wharf where, evidently, she was nodding and drowsing over a book. She looked up with • start «i Bill plopped welly before Oer. , "Well, young man! Wbat'i afl the fuss about?" "Ob, helloJ" Bill tauched- "There's no fuss Business of dark glasses lor * lady, that'i aiL" He moved to • jumbled pile of bcfal robes, beach roll* and UDdaJs on the dock. A red bag showed. "Here!** he *aid. picking tt up This Ut what 1 want— Hejl What goes?" Caroline flashed across the dock and lore the bag out of ni» naod. (T*. Be Coatiaatd) f Caroline's hand, full in the face. "Last one lo the floal," Caroline cailcd gaily, "is a sissy." She struck out, using an easy precision-like crawl- Without apparent strain, she cept opening water between herself and the others. Bill, churning n her wake, couldn't gain an inch. "Which of your ancestors was a fish?" he pufled, finishing with 'aroline already sitting triumphant on the float. All ol em way back." She kicked water into his face this time. "Just like yours." At that point, a plane, seemingly skimming the trees, rocketed over the lake, its motors shatter- ng the bltie-and-gold serenity ol Lookout Crest. "Lloyd Williston," Dick Trevao's eyes followed the plane. "He's toe low." **And you want to go up with the nut," BUI whispered into Bey's PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Guaranteed BesI Price* Kirby Drug Stores HOW'S YOUR SPEEDOMETER? To be sure H's working right, drive In to our slion and wp'll chrck It over. Kxpcrt repairs «n ill make* and models, cars and trucks. One clay service. T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. 131 East Main Phone 2122 SHEET METAL WORK- OF ALL KIND! Custom wnrk for gins, alfalfa mills, oil mills. Custom Shearing up to 1/4 inch thickness. Frank Simmons Tin Shop 117 South Broadway ['hont 2651 il:- Kn.joy breakfast, lunch or dinner in aircondilionedi comfort at the brand new* Hlylhevilte Motor Grill Really GOOD Kowl . . . pre pared the way you like it. Open Day & Night Except Sunday Blytheville Motor Grill Mrs. Marie McaharK> Mgr. Just North of Blylhevillc Motor Co. on Broadway WHY WAIT? REMODEL NOW Now you can fix up your home—or even build a garage—on a low interest FHA loan with easy monthly payments. No mortgage required. Why wait? Call Builders Supply today. BUILDS SUPPLY CO. INC KISCILLA'S I'OF The Good Neighbor JUST THINK, BOTTS! A WEEK "ROM TODAV I'LL BE ON THE LAKE, PISHING! I CAN HARDLY WAIT FOR THE TUG OF THE LINE...."THE WHIRL OF Z2 THE REEL! J YOU KNOW. CATCHINS \ PISH IS REALLY AN ART! VOU'VE GOT TO BE SMARTER THAN THEY ARE CAN'T TELL! IGHT YOU MIG CATCH ONE, ANYWAY! lircaking (he Ncvva HY MICHAEL O'MALLEY and RALPH LAN* I'LL B£ SEEING VOU,\/ UVlPVS H4NSINO BOTTLE, SOON 4S X. UP. 1' ' CH65TY/ XX/KE. &ETT[N6 THE OLP > DOUBLE-X/ IF CHE&TV PieeON OK THAT HITHER BECKON KNEW I'M eotwe NOW.' , ., _.. ... I'VE eONTACTEP J \ MY POOM AMP THJ6 FLINT *UY ™ l - UMTT-LJ CAPTAIN EASY What Happened Years Ago BY LESLIE TUKISfER WAS TH' Y WO, THEV PROBABLY FOUND IT HMF- SAFE STOLE I BURIED IM A KWEE BED WHERE MARNIC- FROM VER. VlNG NWMOS IVBMJDONED IT OUEE. EIGHTV THEVHP.DMTACKED A V.AGOU TKMU OM THE OLD CMAINO REM.TOIR.TY MILES EAST OF WA.GOHS UOVIUG LOEEHZO 1 QARCIA'S FAMIW MJD WEALTH TO SftWIA FE. GUMiDEDBV* HMD FUL OF SOLDIERS.. WE kNOW WH&T HAPPENED IOTER. FROM THE ONLV SURUWOR...MVV FMHEE_VJHO WAS TEW AT THE TIUE. WAGOHS AMD FUENISHIMGS WECE BURNED, BUT THE ROW SAFE BAWLED mOSS SW/ASES-. South Highway 61 Phone 2434 HOMEMADE PIES \Ve Take Your Ordei Mrs, N. J. Humphrey Call MS9 FOR SALE Concrete ealveru 12 inch I* U Inch plain •! r««n(orc«?4 AlMr U*ncrrtr H-lldtni Hlwrt* cbrmp er lhan tvmbej tni barn* chkktn no«s«s parnp hnase*, t«n>ai houMt tool »hrdn We dcllTcr Call BI t»r frtw Mtlmmte. OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO. RADIO AND TELEVISION REPAIR Kactory.'l'rained Mechanics Any Make or Model Prompt Service Reosongblt Pricct Phone 2642 W* Piek Up and Dellrer Fred Callihan linSn Pirst S( LOOK These Cars A Trucks Over Before You Buy 1919 Chevrolet 2-door Sedan — only 8,000 miles, hag radio, heater and seal covers. 1912 DeSoto 5-l'assenger Coupe — in excellent condition, has radio and heater^. 1912 Chevrolet 5-Passenr? Coup* — another very clean car. 1950 Dodge '/ r Ton Pickup — very low mileage, as good as new. 1919 CMC '/2-Ton Pickup it's in good shape, has 1951 license. 1918 Dodge '/;-Ton Pickup — has brand new tires, a very clean truck. Chamblin Sales Co. R.R. A Ash Phone «»88 BUGS liUNNY ALLEY OOP Ha/.y Day BY V. T. HAMLIN I OJGHTA, BE GETTIN' PHETTY CLOSE TO GAUL BY NOW... SEEMS IVE BEEN SWfMMIN A L0N6 TIME...I BETTER. A UW. AROUND: a-' :A FOG! ); ? U V-.'p^^^^^^V^pp!^ '•Y A FINE ^^ISH-' -/ Tl-IIKl^l MV V.^.-.^VJ:':*^-" 1 - THING! MY GOSH. A GUY COULD GET LOST IN 1 HIS KINDA STUFF. 1 BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Old Hat BY ElXiAK MARTIN

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