The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 23, 1950 · Page 9
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BAIT) Mi AT, 8Er"iE/rf6k;ii M, 1M0 (AMC.V COURTEK NEWS Our Boarding House with Ma j. Hoople OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams AT - > e COtiTEfiTS. MYRIA.OS OF USEFUL FACTS, PRDRiSfr ILLUSTRATIONS, FIVE BEMJTIFUL VOLOMeS— AM6VJERIH4& ALL, IHOSe PCRPLEXlKiS QUERIES OFItHJR CHIU5REK1.'-'— AKiO ALL THIS FOR A, • MK-f T ST6P INSIDE AW •DEMONSTRATE HO\W * TWESe BRIUJAOT CCNCRS ON VOOR BooKSHeuvje WOUtr> BRIGKTEM UP THE WHOLE COLO«. , ^cuewier CHARWIMS ABODE 2 SPECIAL PRICE THIS OR 35 P6R VJ6EK FOR S7 [PRACTICING UP OM A CRIPPLE COME ow, WES.r MO/ rn* "o >iOU cSOT TO GOtNO T£> LET THE LAST OF HES LEC? IN FOUR WILD ONES; WHUTA COWBOY. SEETHIS-- ITLL MAKE VOU WAMT TO TRY IT. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS BY MERRILL BLOMBB Try Walking IN THE PKOBATK COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF'MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OP THE ESTATE OP MAGGIE EASTBURN, DECEASED DR. WELtS S. EASTBURN, EXECUTOR Probate No. 1 NOTICE Last known address of decedent, Maggie Eastuurn, was Hlythevlllc, Arkansas. At time of her death she] was on a.visit to her son, Dr. Wells S. Etutburn, whose address is H35 North 49lh Street, Fort Smith, Ark- , ansas. 1 Date of death: On or about Aug-1 Ust 24, 1960. j Aninstrument duted July 7, 1943, vafKfi the 7th day of September, 1950, admitted to probate as the last will of the above named decedent, and the undersigned has been »ppointed executor thereunder. A contest of the probate ui the will on be effected only by filing a pe- '. MUon within trie time provided by law. All personj having claims against the estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to the undersigned with-1 In sx months from the date of the : first publication of this notice, or • they shall be forever barred and | precluded, from any benefit in the estate. I The mail address of the under- ; signed executor Is 1435 North 49th ; Street, Port Smith, Arkansas. This notice first published the 16th day of September, 1950. Dr. Wells S. Eastburn, . Executor Mail Address H35 North «lh Street Fort Smith, Arkansas 5J16-23 nff By Edwin Rult THK STOIiyi Rdllk Flood. Ifc* - fermn Kdr Fffy. h»» t»k*rl(«d 51 per crnl uf hfr f«lber'» *4vrrtU- Jtn Myron. hnnd. rrirr Klood. 1» dlVLirf*. «nd !• Hrna. [>•• Kra n*k*.d Kd fc«« »wl » ~ CofjrigM IWO fey WA S*r>k<, t "I'll have to keep these ads." he said "I'D look them over more efully and send Ihem back With the—er—revisions indicated." "Just as you like," Ede said and got suddenly to her feet On the 'pavement outside, while Chuck Stoncham daredly searched for a taxi, Reagan mopped his face W hi* wTfc. hH him k*r Hn«l •»«*»er. >nr»-n-iLr. buHlnc-1.* tr«»uMe« hr»n Ik* ATM. [,y«M* Hrr«* h*» rfcrtntmrd dirt l*,Thoi» ar^^r^^j frtj A Com- with a handkerchief, then held out I.BI .nil Mr. I.ro.... F.de k» to-1 ?><!»« lie fcl.ir k> WHIM Mm I. IF ARM LOANS '**• Cafes Wiggs Co. REALTORS Phore 2151 BlytthvilJ« XXVII AFTEB Ede Frey spoke, Mr. Lyons began to hedge. "I'll tell you what I'm prepared to do. Miss Frey. I'll give your agency another chance. If you can bring—" Ede's eyes, like green darts, stopped him. "It isn't a question of another chance. Frankly, we don't feel that our position requires one. And we're not going on setting up straw men for you to knock over. As Mr. Reagan has said we've brought you some good campaigns lately. They represent our best thinking." She pointed to th ads that were the agency's choice "Here is one of them. You don' want it and you didn't want the others. I'm sorry, but we cant di any more," Mr. Lyons almost wriggled ii his chair. And Ede knew that sh ind him licked.* "Well," he said, pulling one o the advertisements toward him 'If you think this is good brea advertising, all right. Mind you though, I'm not giving in entirely I'm not enthusiastic about this ma terial. It'll need alteration. A lot of alteration." Ede let him save face as best he could. "We're perfectly willing to make alterations, Mr. Lyons," she said. "When they're justified and when we know why we're making them." Lyons fussed on for a few min- SERVICES Kemp Whisenhunt & Co. • Sand & Finish Hardwood • Lay Hardwood Flooring • Asphalt Tile r^W •• iodaj for a fre« estimate. We fir* 700 .prompt, courteous jerjlct. F.MJ FHA Payments. Come In Today. Kemp Whisenhunt&Co IM E. Miln rhont 4469 possible But Tv« b«en tninmng thai maybe we've been wrong in suspecting N'orthcott o! being up to something. He se«ms to b« for us Ol late, anyhow." "1 guess," Ede said. "th»t I've Just got a nasty suspicious niturt." Northcotl's cruiser wai long, white and commodious, a thing of clean graceful lines, shining meial and decks scrubbed to the color at dried cherry-pits She was moored in the East River, and Ede Reagan arrived late Friday afternoon. Northcott greeted them. Tor once he did not give an impression of complete grayness. He was attired in a blue Jacket and is hand. I linen slacks. Even in this careless "Lady," he said, "you win. That garb, however, he still looked •as like listening to sweet, sweet somewhat forbidding. usic. But you sure took a "I'm ?lad you could come," h« amble." said. "We're thinking ot cruising Ede laughed. "Oh, I don't think off M o n t a u k. How does that i. I figured Mr. Lyons hadn't the sound?" amtcst intention of leaving us. "Grand." Ede said, smiling, •m sure that, deep down he', per- .. Come and meet (he rejt of auf ectly satisfied. If he'd really ^ „ said Northcott anted to change -" ••— *•-!•• . .... °> «h a " erd « k . to change agencies, he ould have done It any time in the ast 20 years. He was. bluffing. «ij cd l ° Mrs ' Nor And I thought it time to call Ms >luff. •that . wert ott, a tall, edhairri woman, handsome But I suppose," she added, rather than pretty, and to a couple I did It like a dumb neo- named Umwood. )hytc." I "We've another member some. "Uh-huh," said Reagan, "you're where." Norlhcotl said, "but I dont ' dumb, all right. Like a fox. know where he's gone. Well. And in the taxi Pat Vernon said, Uuppos'e you'd like to freshen up » with the grin still on his brown bit I'll show you to your obins." monkeyish lace, "Say, would anyone mind if 1 didn't go back to lhe| office? I've got to celebrate the first and only time I've heard client told to go chose himself." • • • CEVERAL days later after the VlffHEN BMe came back on deck, " she got a pleasant surprise Sitting in a wicker chair, talking rs. Winwood, was Gil Summerfield. 'Why, Gil," she said. "How nit*. ^ "Lyons affair," as that episode You're the last person I expected had come to b« known at the to find here. I didn't even know ngency, Jeff-Frey went on a short ly<xi' knew Mr. Northcott." vacation. While he was gone Ede "Known him for years," and Reagan received an uiicx- her. "He was a few classes ahead ccled invitation from Mr. North- of me in college. But J h*v«n't p cott to go for with him. week-end cruise seen him much since then. We've only— S0 rt of renewed our »c- "Looks as if we might be getting qunintance lately." onto a belter footing with friend "Well, treat Northcott," said Reagan. "He Ede laughed, doesn't ask everybody out on that! client.'" swanky boat of his." "1 know," said Gil and, for just "You rloii't think he might have a second, Ede thought that there a bit of ax-grinding to do?" Reagan's eyes clouded. "That's' (To B« Continued) WE BUY AND SELL USED & NEW FURNITURE PHONE 2112 We're Proud of Our Work e work • Wooriwork [during • Welihng BARKSDALE MFG CO Machine work Manufacturing CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH For the servicing or repair of your car, tiring it to T. I. Sejty Motor Co. Our mechanics are specifically trained to care for your car. T. I. SEAY MOTOR GO. 121 East Main Phon« 2122 AUTO GLASS Installed Blytheville Gloss & Paint Co 136 B. 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