The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 29, 1950 · Page 11
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TUKSDAY, AUGUST 29, 1959 •Hi'BMlLLB (ARK.) COURIER K15WS OUTOURWAY Bv J. R. Williams Our Boarding House with Maj. HoopU PAGE TOTEEM I'O LIKE A TALK- WITH THE LO-TT THAT GOT UP THIS P«- EA.TIN6 WONT THEY LOOK NICE FOR. THE REST OF THE PICNIC• NOT TO MENTION LAUMDRVIW6 CACSARf K IT POSSIBLE HO ONE'S JUST A WOMAN,THOO&rl.TO SO GADDING AND IGNORE HER HOMB FROM A TlRe- SOM& THIS « AS HILMH-" 00& A*> A UMC O* LA.UNDCY »J THE RAll-l — CHILI joe's.' 1WE PORCH— THAT MEftslS THERE'S ABOUT fif> MUCH FOO& M THE HOUSE COULD FiNDlWTHE PeTRIFteo THIRTY YEARS TOO SOOKI REFRIGERATION • Service • Sales • Engineering DIAL 2241 City Electric Co. Hfere's One Way To Save Money Expert Service H-fl LTCRS QUHLiTY SHO€ SHOf [ IZI W. MAIN ST. For Improved KIDNEY NCTION ''Tht a majority of cases tnvcjll- gated " In several' hospitals and clinics/ subnormal Kidney function was improved, Bladder pain and discomfort reduced after the us* of Mountain Valley Water. If your doctor has diagnosed .your condition as functional Kidney Impairment thii natural, untreated mineral watei may be very b*r>«flcial. Try it for a few weeks. H *N delicious, pure-tasting, and may be consumed freely. Crosstown Whiskey Shop Main & Division PRESCRIPTIONS 9| Fresh Stock Guaranteed Best Prices Kirbv Drup Stores AUTO GLASS Blythevi'le Glass & Paint Co. 136 E. Main I'hone 6716 STOP! l our llRiire gn your plumbing wh, it can be cunvenlentlj- fin- •ticcrt through FIIA. We conlract complete Job or will •ell you the fixtures and rough- ^mateiial ^nd Jon choose jonr ^fn nhimber. Repair work is fivcn our prompt itlcnllon. See or Call Orsburn Supply 1016 \V. Main Blylhcvtllc Phone'3208 or Orsburn Plumbing Co. ISIO (Varrt Ave. Carulhersville Phone 117H MISS FR€V By Edwin Run THK STOHV, T», t.r-.r buftlUc Fr.trw Plw«4. Bvl to •• mteottf frilled •• her Ihft h««l »f her ba In Inspire her •• *!•}••. Whta •• . *•• wrltleM »•* • •err»Ar«l »• couple had KCFK . mer- ft>U. RrturnlNic hum? ln(* front StMMerflrld'a plarr une Mlichf, K4* And* ft IrlrpTraM wnlliMft ffir Wr fro«M h*r kr*larr Jrffrrr. alal- !HK that her lalher l» vrltlrallr III. ».^ • !*„ <„ iV,. w v,,, k »»j ,. fcrr rulfctr'i bcilali!*. At Ihr an M c art- WR'H t,rn hrnrhrr*. Jrffrr? • rt.1 .M?r»N, a»4 hrr IO-7rBr-«ld •••Icr JtMm, '•THE nurse took Ede Into her ralhei's bedroom. Ede stopped involuntarily as she looked al the face grains at her from the pillows at the high, four-poster bed. It was the face of a mummy, dried, shrunken, twisted. Blue veins siood out starkly at the temples. The high cheekbones seemed •bout to burst through the yellowed, almost transparent skin. Only the eyes were familiar. Still pale-gray and sardonic, they glowed uncompromisingly and challcngingly Irom de«p dark sockets. "So you got here, did you, Ede?" Cornelius Frey's voice was 3. high- pitched whisper escaping from between cracked lips. "I'm almost glad to see yon. Well, gel out, get out, and'leave us in peace." ' Ed« started, then saw that the last remark had been addressed to the nurse. The nurse smiled tolerantly and departed, with a swish of starched skirls. "Come over here, Ede," Cornelius commanded. "Sit down where I can se* you.** Ede crossed the room, kissed her father on the forehead and took one of Cornelius's withered hands in her own. It was incredibly hard and bnriv. liki. a claw 1950 b, NEA bnict, he. "How are you, Dad?" she faid. "How am I?" The sardonic eyes gleamed up at her. "That's n tool' question. H ow would anyone be hen he's dying?" Ede forced a smile. "Dying? You, Dad? Don't be silly. They can't kill you." ' "They can't, eh! That's what thought for 68 years. 1 was «ong. They've got me this lime nd don't you forget it, Ede Frey. But I'll not die before 1 say what I've got to say lo you." • * • JgDE drew up a chair and »al facing him. For a long moment his eyes burned into hers. "You look tired," he decided, at last. "And not especially happy." "I'm only tired from the trip, Dud," Ede said. "And I'm happy enough." "Don't lie to me. I've got eyes, haven't 17 You still married to that insolent young puppy?" "Still married, Dad." "Wcfl, how do you get along? On the pittance you have, J suppose. I've seen no more writings by him." "We manage. And Peter's always trying. He'U come through again, all right." "I don't believe it. But I didn't haul you all the w;iy up here to talk about him." The pale-gray eyes lit up with amusement. "You don't know why I sent lor you, of course. I suppose you think, now I'm dying, that it was lo pamper you'by forgiving-you for going against my wishes." There was something behind this questioning, Ede knew. Old Cornelius Frey wasn't interested in Peter, nor in Peter's success as a playwright. He was probably not even concerned very much with the amount Ede and Peter had to live on. ' F-de knew that her father had not sent for her to forgive her There was some other reason. A reason that Ede did not understand. Kde said slowly, -I didnt want to go against you that time, Dad. Dut I honestly did lov« Peter Flood." "Bah! Calf lov«. But you've paid for it. I can see it in your face. Well, I'm not going to forgive you. 1 never forgive." "I know you don't," Ede smiled. "You're really an old devil, Dad. A wicked man." 'You're damn right I'm a wicked man," rasped old Cornelius, a gur- Ble of satisfaction in his voice. "I've hail a lot of fun bring wicked. I so t what I wanted out of this fool world and I mad* a lot of money and 1 enjoyed doing it. And I swore that that jackanapes you married would never get any good out of my money. But now"—all al once th* bantering, almost gleeful note left hi« voice—"I don't know. I don't know at all." The voice trailed away. • * • UDE leaned forward in her chair. "Listen. Dad, if anything'! worrying you, (ell me. I'll do anything you ask." —' 'All right." Life teemed to corn* back into Cornelius's voice. "Remember you said that. Now I'll tell y.-ju something, Ede. I had them send for you because you're the only one of my children who isn't a fool." "Oh,' Father—" Ede began. He held up a hand. "I know what I'm talking about. Jeffrey'! a nervous old fuddy-duddy. Fuss- J.-jg a;id twittering sboui. He doesn't earn hah" what I pay, him at the agency. And Myron goes around with his head in the clouds. 1 riun't know what he wauls and he doesn't either. I made a place for him in the business because what else could I do with him? As for Jenn . . . well, she's'.scarcely nfor£ Ihaii a child. She may have brains. 1 don't know. I haven't seen any signs of them yet and I won't be around long enough to find out." "I'll lake care ol her," Ede said: "Of her? Ha!" Cornelius laughed shakily. "YOu don't seem to realize it, my dear, but you're going to take care of the whole darn bunch of them." Ede almost jumped. "Dad! What on earth do you mean?" (T» Be CotttiriDrrf) Chill In the Air THIS MUST BE OCORGCS LITTLE FRIEND JUNE . ATTRACTIVE CHILD / TPlS IS . MY TWO FAVORITE FEMALES, ANO A GOOD DINMCR. COMIMG-UP/ "Mother, when did.romanc* end and your life of household drudgery begin?" PKISCIU.A'S l>01- Ask iin Hoticsl Quest inn BY AL VERMEER YOU'VE DONE IT AGAIN! YOU WAKlT TO GO TO HEAVEN SOME DAY DON'T YOU? WHY CAN'T YOU LEARN TO BE A X GOOD GIRL? NO! NO.' I WANT TO STAY WITH YOU \\ A Favor for firowl MICHAKI. O'MAM.RY and RALPH TVER'S NO«OC*r-THe'>-*3HWAy L«£ YOU)THIS TOUCH WILL COME) f WEI6MMS CREW' TVKOU6H UEKE 6OV\E | TWEE, CHAN6E OP NHSHT THIS WEEK. 1 MACHINE TO J KDN'T KNOW WHERE r WANT tsLrrfcNAMT. JI TO HTTCH A WCTE AND WULP HATHe« DO THINK SOU CAN HELP A MICH FOR THAN MSPECTDB (SBOW1.. WHATli HE WANT US TO CO NX XXI, FLINT f LIVlPV LOH&fZOS MJKOffOf C/MTAIN EASY A Frame •I^Wj^l . HELLO,,. Sh>^if F? I'M CMLIU' FOR FELIPE GARCIA! HE'S BEEN KNOCKED OUT 8Y<'ft , YEGG WHO STOtE HIS JEEP AW ISHEADW TO'SD ITOWJ! 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