The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 12, 1952 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 12, 1952
Page 13
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•AY, 1WT. Jf, •OARDIN6 HOUSE — wrrfc CTAgLC JAKE WOUt POT fwe cnY l Tu«4 OHIHtMftP _ ->^\l TIMS FUEL OIL G.O. POETZ OIL CO. "/ Sell That Stuff" Phone 2089 Office & Bulk Plant—Promised Land (ARK.) OOOTIER "If. you l$now so much about these new-fangted viruses and miracle drugs, why do you bother to call a doctor?" -L*"« * 9VML • •AC AMO HMfBK KACKtMMH- NMWWMI . M*am* IVUU PHONES: Day 3142; Night 61 53 jn*KT foj ymfi 'ufli... l»i » Jy t, OI«TS l«-|i GuX ., . . .•„«, $),«. foli.h. On. Golli. Chas. S. Lemons, Furniture KELLEY'S ' Your Friendly Shoe Store rains »» o*fr i; sed in tlw So). Eve. Post WARNING ORDER In th« Chancery Court, Chicka- ssm-ba District, Mississippi Count;, Arkansas, : : Biiford Williams, Pit: M- No. 12,22« Dorothy Williams, Dlk The defendant, Dorothy WiUiams, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Buford WUItlinie. Dated this 21st day of October 1952. Harvey Morris, Cleric , ' By Cherry Sue Barnes, D.O. • B, C. Meadows, atty. for ptf. Claude F. Cooper, atty. ad litem. 10-22-29 11-5-12 WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chlcka- sawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas, Maxlne Matlock, ptf. vs. . No, 12^27 James E.-Matlock, Dft, The dereiiiiant, James E. Matiock, Is hereby warned to appear within thirty days In the court named In the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Maxine Matlock. Dated this 21st clay of October 1952. Harvey Morris, Cleric By Cherry Sue Barnes, D.C. , B. C, Meadows, attorney for ptf. Claude F. Cooper, atty. ad litem. 10-22-29 11-5-12 PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Guaranteed Best Prices Kirby Drug Stores O-POI-ZO A soothing ointment for the relief of the ilr*in s . Irritation and soreness of simple burns, 'chapped hands, hives, polsnn oak, eczema and alh-. left's foot. Sold on a money back guarantee at all leading.' drus counters. Ask for O-POI- ZO today! SECOND MAN on the Ticket XXJCVI had let me dowri, with the customary thump. I said mgrily, "Suppose you ask Miss -Ifttlie about that. Clyde. She's al- rty denied that she knows any- ig." "But I didn't ; m a It e anything jp," Ginny protested. "Clyde. I ust fudged a little." I heard her «>b and In the darkness I saw the aint glow of light on her bright Sair. "Honestlj, I didn't make it ip." "Ginny, why li^ a'bovit It?" I Mid. "Clyde doesn't care whether rou made it up. Nobody cares." I lad to force the thing now: I had o brazen il out and impeach Giny Perkins »s best t could. "No arm Is done," ! said. "Admit It. inny "' Clyde said softly. "So Ginny Is * liar, is she?" It was very dark by the hed^e .nd I could not see Clyde's face. :Jis bulk -was a slightly darker shadow in the shadows. I could oarely make it out. and a slieht novement of the shadow was all I law. 1 never saw his big fist com- ng. It caught me high on the 'oreheaH and knocked me back igainst the. hedge. Ginny cried oul, as a struggled jack to balance. She tried to get jelwcen us. but 1 shoved her aside ind lunped at the biggest shadow, missed, and staggered into the ledge. Another blow caught my shoul- • and I swung again and hit licthlng Ihis time: my fist sank and 1 heard Clyde grunt. "Please stop it." Ginny wailed. 1 heard Clyde say, "Gel away, loney. Where is he?" "I'm righl here. Clyde," I said, nd moved again. I saw the bigger shadow moving gain, and swung at it, then his lulk bore down on me. I was Towdcd againtt the hedge and he lit me hard on the shoulder, t •ould not get clear of the hedge nd I tasted Olood as he smashed V »»uUk Hit wbote w««bt *M •yUwlnUnUm Smk*. IM^ behind the blow and I went back into the hedge and fell to my knees at his feet. "Get up," Clyde snld. I wns dazed and shook my head. I mumbled. "I'm getting up," and started to push .myself to my feet. He stood where he could hem me In against the hedge again and use his full advantage of 60 pounds. "Clyde, stop it!" Ginny cried. "Don't hit him again. It's enough. Clyde, listen to me. I did make it up. I did. I did. I did." Clyde stepped back a pace and his low voice laid, "I'll be blasted." • < ' • • » J GOT slowly to my feet. My knees were weak and I swayed against the hecige. I pul up my hands to protect myself, but there was no longer any movement of the shadows. I heard Clyde's deep voice murmuring uncomfortably. "It's all right, kid. It's all right. Sure I forgive you. Forget it." I let my arms fall to my sides. I jald, "Thanks. Ginny." I turned and walked unsteadily away, along by the hedge. Dr. McBain was standing by the car, «n Interested spectator. He said, "Come over here and I'll take a look at the damage." "I'm all right." I said, and went slowly aeroti the lawn to the house.' Lucy and Governor Warburton were sitting on the stairs, and Bill was leaning against the newel, talking earnestly. 'Royl" Lucy cried. "What happened to you?" I moved unsteadily toward them and saW. "It worked. Governor." Bill Ever!, whistled. "Did Clyde do that? Roy, you look pretty bad." . . • * . "I'm ill right,". I said. "It wa s just too dark out there. Couldn't see a fist in front of your face," "Come with me, darling," Li^cy murmured. "L«t an waia tbc "In a minute." I said. "Governor, everything is fixed. I've convinced Clyde McDonald that Ginny invented the whole Ihing because she was smitten with his male beauty and the quality of his prose, and T guess she was. at that. There's just a faint possibility she might be a good influence on Clyde." - , "Pretty faint," said Uicy. and began dabbing at my mouth wilh her handkerchief. "Anyhow. Clyde won't write anything because he has nothing to write," I said, and nushed the handkerchief awny. "Even if he finds cabin nine, he has nothing to hang the story on." "What about Warburlon Day tomorrow?" Bill Evcrs said. "What about the Governor's schedule? What about those 250 straw hats and synbonnets.". "So" everybody's happy. Governor." I said. "Even Bill..He's back to low-level worrying •gain." • • • "I'M grateful to you, Roy," Governor Warblirton said limply. "I'm deeply grateful. I think now you'd better let Lucy make some repairs." He patted my shoulder, "This way, Roy," j*!d Lucy. She took my hand and led me through the pantry. She turned on the eoW water at the copper sink, wet her handkerchief «nd began dabbing at my mouth. "That blond tramp, I'll bet she's the cause of this." Lucy said fiercely as she took away the bloody handkerchief and rinsed It at the jink. "She wa« th« c»use, »ll right," I said. Lucy inspected my mouth. "It'a not too bad," she murmured sympathetically, and the moitt handkerchief gently pressed my llpj. "But, Roy," she said. "Somt of this blood docsn'l wash off." She glanced up at me. "In tact, it'i not blood. It's lipstick." Her tone WM iccustng. "You've got lipstick smeared «1I over you again!" "If you look caretully," I sa |d, "you'll notice it's your lipstick." Lucy came near, moved with i little sigh into my »rms. As I kissed her ! heard her contented murmur, "So ft U. So it k." Television- Tonite, Tomorrow WMCT, Memphis, Channel 4 WEDNESDAY NIGHT, NOV. )Z 6:00 Evening Serenade 6:15 News 6130 Those Two 6:45 News Caravan 7:00'l Married ; Joan • 7:30 Your TV Theatre 8:00 TV Theatre 9:00 Playhouse of star« 9:30 Show Case . 10:00 Pulse r>l the City 10:30 News 10:40 Rocky King 11:10 Weather 11:15 I've Got a Secret 11:45 Industry on Parade 12:00 News 12:05 Sign Off THURSDAY, NOVEMBER I 7:00 Today 7:25 News . '.' 7:30 Today • 1:55 News 8:00 Today 8:25 News 8:30 Today 8:55 Newi . 9:00 Mr«. 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