The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 7, 1952 · Page 13
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TUESDAY, OCT. T, !*• .BLTTHEYILLl (ARK,) COUKIER NEW! THIKTEEN OUR BOARDING HOUSI — wttfc M«i«r H**»U eeAD,TvJiGss.' r AMAZES ME/ HB SHAS OFFER5D /I CERVICES Ih-S MY ** V CAMPAIGN —-HE V~*-r7 MIGHT HELP v i777«. CAUSE AM.OMS > UST ^ t^ose W HO \f- HE'S HELPINiS y<2u, BET He - 6 SOT MORB .. " 'I fHREe VOLUMES Of I COLLEGE SCOMeTK//—- 5OV WILL HAN/6 TO . . HIM, AK)D 'TnlE COV'V ' DOES VJlLL 6E BUSIER -lAd THS POLICE F TH6 MIGHT THS LISHT PLASH" BROKe DOWN ? BLOW "THEIR COFFfie AtvlD MOMe Your Friendly Shoe Store OUT OUR WAY FRECKLES AND H» FRIENDS "I dropped in to give you an idea, George! All the girls in Riy club would be grand insurance prospect* for you— they're always banging up their fenders!" R. C. FARR & SONS Distributors . Gasoline Tractor Fuel Lee Tires PETROLEUM ^S^s^ PRODUCTS. "Serving (he Public for 20 Years" Fuel Oil Kerosene Lee Tires 400 So. Railroad St Phone 4567 FLASH Cameras for Rent Take wonderful I uric or pictures with a flash camera from Barney's Drug. Law rates- All kinds of camera supplies are available her*. Barney's Drug CAMERA HEADQUARTERS 2006 W Main Phone 3647 Television- Tonire, Tomorrow WMCT. Memphis, Channel TUESDAY NIGHT, OCTOHER 6:00 Evening Serenade 6:15 News 6:30 Dinah Shore 6:45 News caravan 7:00 Milton Berle 8:00 Fireside Theatr; 8:30 Circle Theatre 9:00 Two for the Money 9:30 Dangerous Assignment 10:50 Mr. & Mrs. North 10:30 News 10:40 Weather I 10:45 Studio One 11:45 Industry on Parade 12:00 News 12:15 Sign Off ALFALFA SEED New Crop OKLAHOMA APPROVED RETAIL 46c PER LB. NO WEED SEED BLYTHEVILLE SOYBEAN CORP. 1800 West Main St. Phone 856 Blytheville, Ark Wanted! TIN CANS Large Metal Compress BLYTHEVILLE iron & Metal Co. Moultrie & R.R. Sfcs. Blytheville, Ark. Phone 3962 Missed Bus Is Caught Year Late WEBSTER CITY, Ta. WO—When Klliel Swanson * nrt Kdlth Jensen mn*sed the double-deck bus at Pic- cadily tn London last summer, they forgot to throw away the unusetl tickets, Recently when the' touring London bn&ses arrived here, the Misses Swanson and Jensen hailed the CE\Tavan's motor cycle escort at the edge of town. Then they proffered their June 10, 1951 tickets and were escorted aboard—finally catching a bus they missed a year ago and 5,000 miles away. RSffMTff. ftXM /SMOiO-AIMIg «<t I lint MS COHf T) SHACiYSIDe Tb /NrfKVtew A 'TYPICAL MOOfKN HHSHSCHOOi BO¥.* [Hfi BOY YOU WWT ~t> NTTRVCW IS ON TUe WAV TO MY OFFICE .fOO'LL FIND THE A<*RA&e STUDENT OF TODAY A D^FERCNT BREED TfJAM TWE PUY60Y5 OF FORkAtR.YEARS/YfS. A PAV'S 1.OMSEST Ml MUTE B*nefir by Reading and Using Courier New* Classified Ads THINK. WH CAN 6er THE CARGO AgOAfiO BEFORE WELKIN CATCHER UP WITH WE'LL DUMP 'EM ONH ... WILL £TOP 7D PICK. 1EM JP/WHILE WE RUN TO THE A5TEEOD4 WHERE HE'LL-NEVEK PIND PKI'iONEE'i MANS FA-&TEP. THAN THE ABOARD WE'LL. u SOUNDS GREAT, DEAR! TONIGHT WE'RE HAVING ALL THE FIXINGS TO GO WITM A DELICIOUS STEAK DINNER! RINQS MUSHROOMS.-. V.FREMCH FRIES.. DAPPLE PIE... HOT COFFEE! OH, THERE'S 1 NQ STEAK! I SAID WE'RE HAVING- ALL rue BUT YOU ALWAYS STEAK V3 TOO SECOND MAN on Hie Ticket Krerm, fTfmm Mr town, T WENT to the reception. In • room of blue draperies and plaster cupids called the Tuileries Ballroom. I stood against the wall, near the Governor. PhotoR- raphers made pictures and the men and women of Milllown Important enough to make the "distinguished guests" listing in next day's edilion of the local papers filed by to shake the Governor's hand. The Governor carried that sort of thing off well. His hand had flesh enough to withstand the punishment, ond he could put his smile on and leave It there hour liter hour when h« had re. On occasions such as this it was obligatory. The reception last until 10 minutes to six, and afterward there was a rush. The cars were waiting in front of the hotel, with a police escort, and there was a des perate scramble as reporters am photographers found places, car ryltig their portables and cameras Bill and 1 squeezed into the Gov emor's car with the Governo and the stale chvirman of party. There was a crowd at the sta tion, with a police line holding I back, and we were hurrie through lo the train. Bill Ever . pried i\e state chairman loose a the steps and the Governor es capcd foto hjs car. When we fol lowed him a moment later he showed a tired grin and said, "Bil tear another day off the calenda' Then you can order me some h< soup and crackers. I'm gain straight to bed." "That's * good thought. Cover nor," Bill *atd. "Everything i okay?" . "Of course it did," Uie Governo •y Edwin UntoM by MCA Seme*. IM. "A guy at the press conference anted to know why your wife asn't along." Bill said, "He's om the opposition paper, f told m she was joining us at Elyde- wn. Governor, she'i <njre to be ere. isn't she?" "Now you know she is. Bill," >e said, "Yes, sure," Bill said. "1 knew iat. I was Jsist—* "Just worrying," the Governor tid. "As usual. Now how JOUt—" "Soup and crackers," Bill broke . "Coming right up." As we left the car. Bill said. "1 one that'F not a bad sign, iust ating soup and crackers. I hope e's not sick." 'He ?ver looked better," I said. 'Still," said Bill. Til have the hcf put a couple of chops on the ray." ^> T before we reached the din- Ing room we met Lucy Strawn, weaving toward us through the [fice car. There was n light In ier eyes and a quiet, sr.uig smile in her face. Gentlemen," 1 and the various other memorabilia such characters pack about with them. 'jV^en he took them out of his pocket. 1 got a look." 'Congratulations.* 1 said, unable to conceal my disapproval. "You Jon't look a bit disheveled." Lucy gave me a level look. "Pay no attention to him, Lucy," Bill said. Lucy didn't. She went on lalk- ing. looking only at Bill. "He's one of those men who keeps his wnllet well tamped down." Lucy said. "Tc get his wallet out V-e had to take out a wad of papers. When He paid for ihe lunch 1 knocked the papers onto the floor nd had a look at the telegram, hi; is what it said. Bill: 'Come Hydctown with Governor War- ulton and •• >u'll have a juicy cm tor your column/ H "So ..lal's why IK -,ere," Bill Tid. "Who sent that telegram?" 'The name signed to h was felvin Tisher. whoever he is." '1 know who he is." 1 said. Meathead Fisher. He's the may- r of Hydetown.' "Come on," Rill s^ld. He started with loping strideg oward the Governor's car. Lucy ave me a look, and followed. I as not jure what the look meant, jut I did not like It. Hat-Pc;i?i-?g Pays Fins For Virginia Preacher VANDALI, III. f/P) — A minister pleaded guilty lo running a highway stop sign. He asked the court if he could say something. "Of course," replied Justice Glen O. Walter, "Say anything you want." The 50-year-old minister from Newark, Va.. doffed hit >>«t, bowed his head and prayed two minutes. He asked mercy for himself and JuJge Walter. Then he asked how much his penalty would be. The court said KM plus $4.00 costs. The minister turned to the gathering City Hall crowd, and passer his hat. Coins jingled into Ihe ha' for the penalty and the minister left. she said, and her voice was fuzzy. "I got the pa- ers." "I've seen the papers," Bill snk mpatiently. "Lucy, are you al right?" "Not newspapers," Lucy said "I mean the papers." "What papers?" THE papers," she said impor :antly. "Don't you ever go to the theater. The papers, man the papers!" "You mean from Clyde McDon aM?" "From none other," said Lucy "Where are they?" Bill said. "Honey," Lucy said, "1 wasn so stupid as to filch them, but have them by heart." She pressec a hand dramatically at her bosom "H was a telegram. 1 "Well?" Bill said. "lie had it in hit inside pocfcc along with a bill from the Nationa Press Club and -he summons an «t kit Utta libel Artist Designs UN 'apestry for Main Hall BRUSSELS (>P) — Peter Coifs, Belgian artist from Antwerp won ! irst prize of tl.QCQ lor a tapestry' vhich will eventually be hung in he main entrance hall of the United Nations Building In New York. The tapestry design was to symbolize "The Unfcted Nations action )irough the world." The tapestry project was undertaken as Belgium's contribution to the decora- Jon of the United Nations Bullrl- Ine now being completed in NEW York. 'OVERNOH WARBURTON was * sitting in darkness, /ith his egs stretched out. Bill turned on a wall f : ght and said, ""orry lo listurb you. Governor, but we've got the dope on Clyde McDonald Airy, tell him about tlie telegram," Lucy told him, and the Governor listened with no change of expression. He made no com- menL "Governor," said Bill, "what do you think?" *1 don't think there's much ice for an item in Hydctown." the Governor said. "1 wouldn't worry. Bill." 'Do you have »ny enemies there?" "1 suppose so," the Governor said. "Melvin Fisher, the fellow who sent the telegram, ic BO friend of mine. But he's got nothing on me. Bill " ; 1,1« Be C**Uau*4) ARTHRITIS If you suffer with arthritis write to me, P. O. Box 776, Sonth Bend. Indiana. ! will gladlj tell you how I got rid of It 3 yean RRO after suffering OTCT 25 years.— H, M. Harrison. IMPORTED Holland Bulbs ChnoM youn right away while 9clect1uri§ ETC coniplrtf, TULIPS, DAFFODILS, HYACINTHS, CROCUS, AND MANY OTHERS. Bigger, Better Bulbs — get Ihe most for your money. Thtse are thft choicest of bulbs, Imported direct to us from Holland. PAUL BYRUM Hardware & S«tdt 11 i R. Main Blytheville AM OLP SUV. WALKEC7 INI ON THE StfB- ~L i CEACK6K ABOUT AN HOUK KF OfZE THB ELEVATOK MAN WENT OM CTJTV, ACCOW7JN& TO HIS BU&TEP WATCH. 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