FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1951 OUR tOAKDING HOUSE — wlrii Major HoopU JEST is Tws . YOU JACKALS HME yes, AMD START IT'S A« CORRECT AS MO.RTAR ft gf CAUSE RIGHT Oi A HOD/ TAKe .. HOLLERING V FOR yoo TO / RAID THttT *i 1, A C«Ki- DIDAT6 fOK 6eeM TJOLY eLecTeDY -fKe 8£MCM 30STtC6 OP 1Ue P£AC6 Zh AS -TW6 A.IDED WAS WE. ICEgQX = , WARNING OKDKK In the Chancery court, Chfcka- wwb» J)lstric(, Mississippi County, Arkansas' W. H. Lecklitner. Ptf. vs. No. 12.237 Mavis Lecklitner. Dft. -The defendant .Mavis Locklitner, Is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the lomplanit of the plaintiff ,W. H. Lecklitner. Dated this 29 day of October, 1952. . Harvey Morris, Clerk By Laverhe Ball, D. C. C. 7. Cooper, ally for jitf. Ed B. Cook, ally, ad lltern. NOTICE OF PETITION TO ANNEX TERRITORY Notice if. hereby given that a pe- ii'pn has been filed In the County f!)4rt for the Chfckasawba District or Mississippi County, Arkantaj, 5j' J. B. Afarr, Jr., et-al, who are the >wners of the property described >erein, and residents of said area, or the annexation of the following described property to the City of Blytheville, Arkansas: The east 40 feet of Lot Number five (5) in Block two (2) of the Country club Area of the City of Blytheville, Arkansas; the east 40 feet of Lot Number four (4) In Block'three (3) of-the Country club Area Addition; the east 40 feet of Lot Number lour (4) In Block four (4) of the Country club Area Addition; all of Lots Number One (I) and Number two (2) in Block five (5) of said Country Club Area Addition' and that part of Hardin Street extending east from the present corporate line to the extension or the east line of Lot Number two <2) in Block Jive <5) of said Country Club Area Addition. Dated at Blytheville, Arkansas, in this 23rd day of October, 1952. Marcus Evrard, Attorney for Petitioners I : 10-24-30 11, 7 FOR SALE Concrete calverta, 1Z inch In « inch', plain «r reenfnrced. AIM .Concrete Knildinj; Blocks cheap er than lumber for barns, chicken houses, pump houses, tenant n«oM3, tool sheds. We deliver. C»II u for free estimate. OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO. th.ne Mi Unemployment On Decrease CANBERRA, Australia (/p)_Australia may have paj,sed its postwar peak of unemployment last August. In mid-August there were 25906 on unemployment benefits. ' A month later this figure had fallen to 24,233., The Commonwealth Laljor De- EXCITING NEW SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY PERFORMS CARPET CLEANING MAGIC!! . . . »h« ham* btouly lr»olm*nl OKltl-Sol.-foi)-! fampl.f.l, OiH.,. n « N^1 • liqw-rf. toap fftdm a< powder fo<V*d r*ody to «.. 5p.ir.kl. on. l, u >k »,. Vacuum «l(. OIRIS GONE. CARfHS OJiY. ,.c,d, lo -all on m 13 •"inwtM. RemAvti Food Sroini, Gr*ai« Gum lipifick. loi . .v.r, Sho. Poli.k. On. Gallon Clt XtLLEY'S Your Friendly Shoe Store OUT OUR WAY By J. R. WilH.mt MCKLB AND HIS FRIINDS MtLCMk .MY C*»R HEART TOE HONOR OF TM*- R SCNIORS is WHITTLE..' 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I FINE FOODS PICKARDS Grocery & Market Fancy Pork Nationally Advertised Products I and Fancy Groceries A LARGE VARIETY OF FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES EVERY DAY IN THE WEEK. Fresh Dressed Poultry Frosted . Fruits Vegetables Phone 2043 We Deliver 1044 Chickasawba OND MAN on the Ticket xxxn Governor smiled wearily "Hitting Clyde McDonald seems to be our only consolation. Thanks for trying." -He definitely tried- Lucy said, "e had so much lipstick smeared him, he looked like the Dylntr Sladiator." , 8 "I can,sim detect a trace o* it, the Governor said mildly While Lucy blushed and I rubbed my mouth with my handkerchief the Governor said to me, "Belter BO ""' ™ ^ airpt>rt and P«* »P Well Ml sit down together and decide the best course." I asked Lucy to go along «nd we went out to the car. When we were all settled, I put my arm around her. "Welve got an errand," she said reprovingly. "Let's g o ." "Now don't play hard to gel " It was the sort of thing a man says when his emotions are functioning and h.s br,iin is not. I had nol thought it an offensive reproach but Lucy bristled. "I know that would be contrary lo your conception of me." "Now, Lucy," I said. "[_• "Afler a!!," she went on in the same tone, "a girl who's been around—" "Honey, I didn't mean anything like that," I protested. "Drive on," she said. I drove away I was angry because she had chosen lo misunder- iland. We were well oul on the highway before I spoke. "Lucy 1 thought we had a pretty rood fcndcrstancting of each other I Titin'l expect you lo take a conventional, feminine attitude with me." "What attitude did you expect?" "Why, the same as usual," I said •Friendly, matter - of - facl, nonchalant. You know, sophisticated." "Sophisticated!" Lucy said "Yes," I said. "Sophisticated. That's what you've led me to ex- Met. 1 didn't think you'd get fern- nine about it." "Koy," she said, "U you were a llttl* more sophisticated you wouldn't be such an utter fool!" • • • ^E covered 40 miles to the airport in considerably less than an hour, and arrived before Bill's plane landed. I parked lhe car and we went to the lunchroom in the administration building for coffee. At the door Lucy slopped short Over her shoulder I saw honey- colored hair, shoulder length. Ginny Perkins was perched on a stool, alone «l the lunch counter, stirring a cup of coffee. She turned her head, saw us, and her eyes got big. "Ginny," I said, "you get around." "I'm just e. chaufTcur," she said. "Just chauffeuring Clyde." She slipped down from the slool, and her eyes met Lucy's for an instant, then she looked at me. "Roy, may I speak lo you alone?" "Yes, of course." Lucy snid tartly, "I'll find some other lunchroom." "Please excuse us, Miss Slrawn," Ginny said. "It will only be 'a moment." She touched my elbow and walked ahead of me out of the lunchroom. I caught up and asked, "Where's Clyde?" "lie's here somewhere asking about planes." She turned In the corridor and leaned against the tiled wall. "He's prelty angry Roy." "He started H," I said. "Roy," she said softly, "everything is a terrible mess, and it's entirely my faull. I don't know how to begin telling you all this, Clyde has been checking the hotels, and now he's looking around here at the airport to sec if he can find someone who saw Governor Warburlon come in last night " I kept silent. The old man In thai tourist camp had sharp eyes If Clyde happened to stop in thai tourist camp, with a picture of the Governor to compare with ihe man in cabin nine—• 'I'm afraid I'm responsible for this," Guuyr iauj, -i shouldn't '.•we told him, I guess, but tt slipped out. Honestly, Roy, I don't want to make trouble." "What did you tell him, Ginny?" "Something Aunt Hattie said. This morning she remarked that Governor Warhurton hadn't changed much since he left Hydetown, except to put on a little weight, and I asked her how she knew, since she hadn't seen him for 30 years. She said something about seeing his picture in the paper, and changed the subject, but I happened to mention it to Clyde, and now he's convinced Ib.-it the Governor came to Hydetown to see Aunt Hattie last night You know, when we found you there." "Yes, I know," I said. "That's a ridiculous notion." : S°« Cly(ie is checking up," she went on. "Roy, I'm sorry 1 made such a mess of everything. Honestly, I just thought it would be fun, but it kept gelling worse and worse. Now I'm caught in the middle, and I can't go through with il." "With what?" "With any of it," she said -1 can't lake that job." She spread her hands helplessly. "Hoy, I can't type a lick." I blinked at her. "Not even hunt and pick," Ginny said. "I never have held down any kind of job for long. I worked at the grocery store for a while, but ] never could keep track of the stock and I was always making silly mislakes. Now don't laugh." "I'm not laughing, Ginny." "Then I did a shift at the five- and-dime store," Ginny said. "But I was forever pulling stockings in the cash register and money in the paper bag. I couldn't possibly be a secretary lo Governor Warburton." "Ginny, your qualifications aren't important to us," 1 said. "You know wlial is important lo us." "I guess I'm not cut out for anything," Ginny said, "Except maybe housekeeping." She started away from lhe wall. "Goodness there's Clyde. Roy, I'm going to the powder room. 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