The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 22, 1950 · Page 11
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Publication:
Location:
Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Friday, September 22, 1950
Page:
Page 11
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 11 article text (OCR)

niDAY, fEPTBMBEK (ARK.) COUHTER NEWS PAGE BT.BVMI Our Board ing House with Maj. Hoople OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams 1 E&AO, MARTH* ! A LIST Of THINGS VOU I. tXWT Like "TO Ctrt KtTC STBIKS6, BOT WHAT KlNt) OP POVslER AKE VOO PLAMMlhlGTO USB PUSH TUose 6TONE Lesscp WIRE. HAS COST COMPANY" TWEMTV TWWteS WHAT A NEVW ONE WOOU>.« NEW -mey SAY, CAN'T -itXJFIX IT? - AMD WE DO-BUT rr WOULD WRECK TH 1 COMPANY IF WE HADMCRS THAW ONeOF AMYTHlWCi. 1 LOCAL FOR A. GROUP OF FAST- CELLING POOKS, AfJD SOOti WE'LL 6UM6 IN ALL We BANKS/ THIWKlUG'ABOUT A COAT THIS PAUL. Rl&- U/w,MARTHA.' - "THE H60PL6 LESS 6EEM PAK*3OS FOE GeMERATIONiS =. BORN THIRTY YEARS TCO SOOM for Sa/e, Cars and Trucks MISS By Edwin Rutt BIGGEST USED CAR BUKNK'H AUTO SAl.KS Used Cars—All makes and models. From $aO to |1595, 61 MOTOR CO. Hwy. 61 North—Ph. 214i .<* 2-4 ck tf TMK STOKVt l^kflh tf\in>4, ih* furrier t;dr »"r«-7, ban Inh*rllrd 51 9*T L-PBt «/ ikr nioi'L of t'rry * C'ouiituii], *» MtUertlslaK HK^nc}. • tunic wllh lrouhl«n wftk her iwn broth cm. Jeflf iiHd >1>ro». "lid XUUBK »l*ter Jr»a. Tw* n«c<)UMl« • r«' »hMkf. One, Murn-CIn «t»iiv, Nurlhvo rr. Milk tl. . word (hat her a»»»blind f'n cicrullv he ]• !• l « do«» not ( (hr •Itlrr, with Edr, other 1.j<i«« d (liri-n . Clean 49 studebaker champion con- venmlc. Iladlo. heater, oveldrWe. V.ll- nolder. whlt« wall tlreB, chrome vneel rlnge. autotnallc choke t& high tdl( control. cl(f. UBhier. clock, glove A trunk compartment UghVa Ciood rvib ber. Only 12,000 miles. Will take trade In. Call 6943 beforft « p,m. After 6 p.nt call 4696. »,IS dh Due to the tremendous de mand for our new sensation* '51 Kaisers and Frazeis w have some exceptionally goo< used car buya. 1949 Jeepster . . . It's a beauty. 1949 Plymouth Sedan . . . very clean. 1947 Pontiac Tudor ... A good buy. 1948 Frazer Manhattan . . . all the extras. 1949 Kaiser Deluxe . . . Very nice. • ^ ' • Also. Beveiftl other* »o' chooa* from u««d cmr TOu want wi THEM TODAY 61 MOTOR COMPANY N. Hiwiy 61 — Ph 2142 An attraction »t Morrlstown (N. J.) Nation»l Historical park Is the Ford House, where George Washington lived the winter of 1779-'80. In IM9. the population of Australia waa eatimsted mt 7.912,000. XXVI r^iN Friday when Reagan, SUme- ham and Vernon were about to leave for the interview, Etle joined them, Reagan looked at her Inquiringly and she inclined hei head. "Don't lei it disturb you," she said, "but I'm going along. To see for myself." She did see. As Reagan presented the campaign she sul unobtrusively in a corner of Mr Lyons' of lice and watched tha prissy little egotist mcthodicall> kJll the ads over which Stoneharr and Vernon had slaved. His ob jections seemed to her fuzzy, no clearly denned, childish and triv al. There was nothing that could not h;ive. been remedied with a :ew strokes of the pen. Yet Mr L,yons turned the entire campaign down. Doggedly, Reagan trotted ou the spare. It met the same fate Mr. Lyons pooh-hooed it from th start. *1 don't know what's come ove your agency," he said at last, glar ing at liiem fussily. Keagan was close to the break ing point. He controlled with visible effort. "Mr, Lyons," he said, **we'v brought you at least three sure fire campaigns in the last wee! We thourht they were good. Per SERVICES Kemp Whisenhunt & Co. • Sand 4 Finish Hardwood • Lay Hardwood Flooring • Asphalt Tile pIT H toda? for a fr«« ;ve flTe .rnn prompt, cftnrleftQs s*rrl«. Fasy FHA Faj-menti. Come In Today. Kemp Whisenhunt&Co IfW E. Mftfn Phone 44G9 ct But let's gram thai Ihej 1 ere only 90 per cent. With a ;tle fixing . . ." Lyons interrupted, seizing upon e word "fixing." He waved his and irritably. "Fixing, You can't x a tiling that's basically wrong, an't be done." Suddenly his eye ell on Ede silting, almost for- ottcn. in her corner. "I'm very lad you came today, Miss Frey. localise 1 understand that you've een in charge of the agency since -er—since your father passed way. Now you must see that this ituaiion can't go on. What, Miss 'rcy. are you going lo do about H was the moment Ede had icen waiting for. Very deliber- iely she lighted a cigoret, al- hough she knew that Mr. Lyons 'bjecled lo tobacco. For a moment she looked nt him, her green iyes narrowed, "I'm going," she said succinctly 'to spend J90.000," « • • QHE heard Dan Reagan's involuntary gasp. She was awar of an apprehensive look Hashing o Chuck Sloneham's face; of Mr Lyons' complete mystification. "I don't understand you," Lyorui said, mouth pursed. You will in just a second, 1 Ede's voice was very calm. "Nine ty thousand is approximately Ih commission we make an your ap proprialion, Mr. Lyons. Wei Krey & Company is going to sac rifice it." Lyons 1 face was a blank. "Come, come,' 1 he said. "I don know what you mean." "I thought," said Ede, "that was being very clear. I'm askin you, Mr, Lyons, to take your ac count to some other agency." . At that point a data book whic rcpossd on Reagan's knees fell the floor, noisily, violently. EC" kept her eyes straight ahead. Bi out of the corner of one of the: &he caught a glimpse ol Pat Vei non. He wore a grin a foot" long. Mr. Lyons was staring aV her, ui:?rly bnillcd. "Wh-vr.ial?" he said. "It's very simple/' Ede said. "I'm declining, under the pi^- condilions, to jo any more adversity for Lyons Bread." "But this—but this . . . why. U'a utrygeous. I never heard of such thing." "I quite agree with you, Mr. yons. It is outrageous to hav« verylhing we do thrown out for good reason." •a.y FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS BY MERRILL BLOSSER No, Not That "I'm afraid of a nervous breakdown—Polly has been so dejected about those Russians at the United Nations vMAatinw nn taEAvi vtfm!" GAVE YOU THAT- uveSioce/ J F w«s tAestSAa* TIE VJE WANr L 1^ TOM&U2 Jr pnoru»e.£ HERNAWr / tfu&%£<*fjffi2£gi YONS looked a little like a cor- ' nercd mouse. He sought refuge paternalism. "Young lady," he said, "you on' ( k now what y ou 1 re doi ng. ou don't understand business. II our father were alive . . ." "He'd have never stood tor be- ng bullied," Ede interrupted. "Mr. Lyons, I refuse lo have our people riven and hounded this way. Commission or no commission." Her eyes bored into his. And . was Lynns who looked away rsl. "Now, now," he said, fuming a ittle, "we don't have to hay* a cene about iL I admit I've'been Iriving you people lately. But I wanted the—the best advertising could get," he finished lamely. "We've-given you the bestow* lad to offer," Ede kept her voice meeting on television! PRISCLLA'S POP There Comes a Day— BY AL VBRMEER THIS /S JEMNV LU! TELEPHONES WEREN'T INVENTED FOR SMALL CHILDREN PfffSCfLLA, PL£AS£?/ hard. "But, apparently, isn't good enough. That'i why I «uf- jest you make a change." v "Miss Frey," paternalism fating, Mr. Lyons tried reproach, "I did business with your father for er 20 years. Our relations were always— well, usually — satisfactory. And now you want 1 '—h« shook his head—"to »ever thi* Relationship." . ,, „ . \ -.. T., "1 don't want lo sever it at all," Ede said, "t'm being forced to. You say that I don't understand business, Mr. Lyons. Well, mayb« I don't; But I do understand people, ,lo some'extent. I know that the way we've had to work on your account lately hasn't done our creative people any • good. There's » thing called morale, you know, and rather than lose it al the agency, I'd sacrifice your account" <T« Be COB tinned) VIC FLINT Lihhy Is Delayed HY MICHAKL O'MAM.BY anrl RALPH LANE STOP! jet oar figure on yoar plomh^ng obj it can be conrtnientlj Rn- inced thruxnh FUA, rVe contract complete job or will ioll you the fixture* and roogh- n material *nd jon choo«« your >wn plumber. tcpair work is siren oar prompt ittention. See or Call Orsburn Supply 1916 \V. Main Blytheville Phorte 3208 er Orsburn Plumbing Co. 1110 Ward Are. Cornlhtnvlllc I'honc 1179 We're Proud of Our Work : work • Woodwork during • Welding BARKSDALE MFG CO • Machine work • Manufacturing CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH For the servicing or repair of your car, bring It to T. I. Stay Molnr Co. Our mechanics an specifically trained to care for your car. T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. 121 East Main Phone 2122 AUTO GLASS Installed i Blytheville Glass & Paint Co 136 K. Main I'hone 6716 REFRIGERATION • Service • Sales • Engineering DIAL 2241 City Electric Co. IVE 6OTA LETTER TO <SET OUT jow TO see SCOWL'S PHONE t6 THfiKB IS NO WAV WE KI8MT/»VAV. CANS'OU CAM MAKE AN ;M- PKOC EVERYTHING i-/ VE5, AW. AUC7 HANI7L6 IT? rt ANOTKSON. TKAT CALL SOU JUST BY LESLIE TURNER CAPTAIN EASY f 111. SWWG NSOUWP MURPtK IN \HIS P/kCTNER LOOKS PEACEFUL HIS EVES.EftSVl JWVtE. ENOUGH! BDT WMfcKE SU2E He sftWA MMI so Fueious!/STAYS THAT WAY, HE MIS THUMBS OH. W> SI Kt« SltYlCt. B«r1. H. tfr. U. ». fAT. <*' BUGS BUNNY HY V. T. HAMUN Smacked Down Try Velvet's TASTE TREAT OF THE MONTH "Coconut-Pineapple" BARNEY'S DRUG STORE Wttt Main RED CO SPOT PAINTS—GLASS—WALLPAPER MIRRORS—GLASS FOR FURNITURE Awnings—Venetian Blinds—Auto Glass AUSTIN & WICKER I'hone R207 — 112 S. First — Blythevill* "I Sell That Stuff" FUEL OIL! G. 0, POETZ OIL CO. PHONE 2089 PHONE Office and Hulk Hant — Promised Land NU-WA PHONE 4474 Laundry & Dry Cleaning A KTTM LAUNDRY . A JOINT. TWO HOEN5 Cf WHAT > ALE, AND A KISS V.1LLWU I FOR MY H*NC~~ HAVEf/ CO1PANION.' BOOTS AND HEK BUDDIKS Jiisl Like That BY EUGAR MARTIN new v'mvxvv AWi vivit ft.w.,

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page