The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 16, 1950 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, September 16, 1950
Page 5
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iATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 19W (ARK;); COUKIT5R NEWS VAflB JflKB OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams Our Boarding House with Mot. Hooolt I ALWAYS UKCO COtOSSAJ- "STOPCHDOUfi MIGHT SIX RECU6 tM TKCKMl - MO, l'*A COUWTIWS UP TO A HL*JDREP GO I VOM'T GET UP ANP KICK. ALL TH' STUFFN' OUT OF THAT FOE SHYlUG AT A MEASLY LITTLE ,. «A*iT-AO — CAM VOO SO6SEST A F6VJ 6LO*Nlri& MV PERSONALITY T'-'USED STEADY, iMTeiLECTUAL, POLISHED, ^CAT, DVMANMC , IT 'DOESN'T SOUND So *XR MONKBY BUS- INCSS 15 WAKIM& UP SCHOOL KIDS, -tS IT? YOU JUST COMB MONG- IF ton CAN WAK* *f sex ru, BHJBVB -iCu? HC SLESPS i*e MC W»S ERl&HTWE THOUGHT THE SOFTENER. Only when ah* w»i In her own room did she remember, «udd*nly, thai at 10 o'clock the next morning Jeffrey had an appotntmtnl to show the new campaign (or Mom- Glo to Lewis Northcott. "I'm stuck to do all th« shopping for groceries—mother is afraid if people set her In a store they'll think »he's hoarding!" Service Sales Engineering DIAL 2241 By Edwin Rutt 1930 t, HEA *tnk«. Inc. UST as she had expected, Jefl sk him anything now. I'm asking * was in no shape to (•«* North- TltK MTOHVi Edith Kln*4, lb« fnrtitrr K4r t'r*/, HHdrr fb« tcrMB • f her fMlh^r'a >*ltl. Sb IM charge n the morning. Going to his BY AL VERMEEB room, fully dressed for th« office, "RISCIU.A'S POl The Falling Market And I'm telling you that I don't Kde found him sitting on the edgt blt-K. r*pccl«lly wltk H«*H. •• Account that of his bed, wrapped in • dressing- ...BUT JUST TRY TO GET A QUARTER . TO GO TO THE MOVIES! - NO, PR1SCILUA! ABSOLUTELy I JUST CAN'T UNDERSTAND MY POP! Ede modulated her voice. *Tx>ok, gown, and with a hangov«r a mil« vtflh ktr brolkrr J*«rry, wh* ••«•- ee ihal something's wrong here. \ lon B- ^ *i&h1 THE QUESTION! "I suppose you've come to raise the devil with me?" he muttered. "I haven't time (or that, Vhal is it? Did you and Jeff have fight? 1 ' Myron gestured impatiently. all (kin. Peter Fluu4. Are you going to For Pele's sake, no. Jeff started the office or aren't you? ake find* »11 Ikf llffkt* In the kouttc ««J (ool»t*p» ••u ine Hpitilri. She •!<IR find* Jeff o drink and 1 told him he was a "In this condition?* His tone Implied that she ool, but he wouldn't listen." "It's a good thing you don't iave to make your living by lying a Simon Legree cruelly driving ilyron," Kde snapped, her eyes htm back to the treadmill. angry green disks. "Youjre rotten Myron's mouth was letting in a stubborn line, "I'm a You've let us all down tar. But that's all that happened." beautifully. What on earth pos- fl l don't believe you," said Ede. sessed you, Jeffrey? won't tell me, you I!Y MICHAWMVMAI I KY and RALPH THe'fKUCK PK tXPMT *tint» AMY * Heirs*/ won't." She switched the subject enow. Don't scream so. I got one over th« line, that's all. Listen, CONT TELL 4<E SOUX6 JTHtYKt FOR BATING/ YOU ^ THE TWJCK MOW SOU 6OITA "APWVEKfe HELPER, WATCH SOUK FisuflE Myron had the answer for that •Me, this appointment can be put MINU7E TOO SOOy. Out," he said, "with that panty- olT easily. Northcott's busy. Why waisl she goes wiih." don't you phone him— SILLY/ HE JUST 3TEPPEP- YOU ARE KJNDA SVltCli; 1 THESe ES6S HTHEB, TO HAVE AT/ j/AKENT FOU MEAKFAST AU. p-OCt-I, CHESTY. KEAPV FOUAU? "That's probably the firsl true "I'll do nothing of In* kind," word you've spoken since I came Sde cul in decisively. n, Myron," Ede said, "Now sup- "Now, look, Ede!" He adopted a >atient tone. "I know you're in- switch ofl a few Tights. Then come telligent and all that. But, after back and help me put Jeff to bed." all, you're new to this business. You don't have the background of Myron returned he of- the account and you don't know fered to handle Jeffrey alone Northcott yery well," "You'll have to help me get him "You should have thought of !rom this chair to the bed, though," those things before you went oo id.^ "He's out like a light ' this bender," Ed« said. "Stonthara and Pat Vernon worked all night was no easy job, but they getting up this campaign. They've shown when it's supposed to b« shown. And it's going to be. You CAITAIN EASY BY LESLIE TURNER worry. I won't do anything to disgrace you. I'll take * CHISEL &WD HMAttEC, ES.SV. MOBOPV WANTS THE ESSPOWSISILITV C HELPWG VOU ESCWE. BUT THEY »GEEE MOT TO. TRY AWP STOP VOU! Reagan with me. "He doesn't know much more about the account than you do," Jeff objected weakly. TOM6HT wea BEACH , APM.0FMWE W CA« 0PEW *A Ft FORM*. Of IOUEIN KOM> BETWEEN THEM "Nevertheless," said Ede, "we'r* going to see Northcott this morn- o Edsv CHISELS THE BIGGEST AUOISHCE EUER HAD M DEIVD HOESE .... njfor Jmproued KIDNEY FUNCTION (n a majority of casei inveiH- flar«d in' several hospitali and clinic i, subnormal Kidney function Wai Improved, Bladder pain and discomfort reduced after the UJB of Mountain Valley Water. M your doctor hai diagnosed your condition a« functional Kid- n«y impairment thii natural, un- trealed mineral water may be very b«n»flcioL Try It for a few weeks. h • delicious, pure -tasting, and may b« consumed freely. Cross town Whiskey Shop Main & Division Blythcville Glass & Paint Co, 136 K- Main Phone fi71fi rr»HJS time Ede was able to locate the source of the pacing footsteps. They came [rom Myron's room. She marched to his door and rapped peremptorily. The pacing stopped^ A second passed. Then the door opened. "Oh— er—hello, Ede." Myron said uncertainly, ,. Ede surveyed him irritably. He was in shirt sleeves, with his tie loosened at the collar. His light hair was rumpled. There was .a perplexed and worried look on his face. "Will you tell me," she said "what is going on In this house?' "Why, why, nothing." Myron blinked at her. "Nothing at all.' "Then why are you pacing around like a caged lion?*' "No reason at all. Just—jus getting some exercise." This, Ede decided, hit the absolute top in weak explanations. She gazed at Myron, her eyes nar rowed. "All right then. Don't tel me abovil yourself. But why i: every light downstairs going ful tilt and why is Jeff Frey passe< out in his room?" "Oh," said Myron indifferently "Passed out, has he? Well, I tol. him he'd get plastered if he kep on drinking," ' "What's the mailer'with him? Myron shrugged. "1 wouldn 1 know. Ask him." "It's impossible," said Ede, "i down disgustedly at Ihe prone and inert figure. "1 don't understand It at all," she said. She turned to Myron, appeal in her voice. "Myron, please! What did go on here tonight?" Again the set stubborn expression came over Myron's face. Ede looked at him (or a moment, then went out, leaving him to deal with Jeffrey. Hrlirioiis Iff Cream Try Velvet's TASTE TREAT OF THE MONTH "Coconut-Pineapple" BARNEY'S DRUG STQRE West Main N S "\ Sell That Stuff" FUEL OIL! G. 0. POETZ OIL CO. PHONE 2089 PHONE Office and Bulk Plant — Promised Land S CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH For the servicing or repair of your car, brinif it to T. I. Seay Motor Co. Our mechanics »r« specifically trained .to care for your car. T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. 121 East Main Phon. 2122 BUGS BUNNY Gypped Again We're Proud of Our Work t work • Woodwork during • Welding BARKSDALE MFC CO ) Machine work t Manufacturing RED CO SPOT PAINTS—GLASS—WAtLPAPER MIRRORS—GLASS FOR FURNITURE Awnings—-Venetian Blindi—Auto Glass AUSTIN & WICKER Phone 6207 — 112 S. First — Blytheville NU-WA PHONE 4474 Laundry & Dry Cleaning A BETTER UAUNDRi Does Your Speedometer Read Correctly? For safe driving, belter check on it. We give one- day service on speedometer repairs for any make or model cur or truck. Drive in today. T.I. SEAY MOTOR CO. 121 East Main Phone Al.l.EY OOP DOR'S 1/ife BY. V. T. HAMUN 2122 To My Friends Wish to announce that am now located st CHARLEY'S ELECTRIC SERVICE. Now j am ahle to serve you 21 hours a day on COM MERCIAI, REKRIfiKRA- TION and AIR-CONDI TIONING work. Please fe«l free to call at any time. Frank We stall D*y 2993 . . .Night 2808 STOP! Mr figure »n your plauMof ob, H can bt conveniently B»- incrd through FHA. rVe contract complete Job or will >el) yo« (he fixture* »nd roaffn- n material and jo* choos* jomr >wn ptamber. Ftepair *»r> H given **T aroiapl it ten thin. See <v Call Ortbum Supply 1916 \V. M«in Blythcvilk t'hone 3208 •r x Oriburn Plumbing Co, tilt W»r« AT*. OrvttMnrfflc Ph<me 117» K5U KINS P1CHA.OO Of EN6LA,ND. CUJWNING A. HANt> OUT IN AN AUSTRIAN COUiZT. 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