The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 20, 1952 · Page 19
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IHUMtUT, WOT. W, MM •LTTHgTILLB (AMt.y COOTHE* WBWt OUt •OARDINt] HOUSI — wftfc Beautiful New Brick Home Located 5«5 E. Hardln. Z bedrooms. one and one half We hatha, knot!)' pine den, larre living room, dining room. Deluxe Geneva kitchen. Breeieway, attached tarage and ttore room. Equipped with Frit Ida ire Air Conditioner, tentral Lennox heating system. Steel storm aashe.. Lot 1M x IBS. Price IZ4.SOO. Jost completed Jhls f room house and bath it 413 E Hardin N.tyral iai heat, attic fan, beautifo! Geneva KHchen. Lars. "" *""• "-"« >«nd«ap«d lot. See or Coll JOHNNY MARR Phone 4111 Res. Phone 2596 Wh«n the gang g«ts together... No other drink picks you up like Or. Pepper Th« inecial sparkle of Dr.^Pepper adds to every• body'a fun, everywhere you . Enjoy it in the six-bottle go. canon or the 12-bottle carton; buy it by the case . . . and look for it at soda fountain! and vending machines, too. By Jowph ShoflrT "Will you stop at the delicatessen on your way home and bag some wieners and baked beans?" FOR SALE Concrete cnlTcrU, 12 Inch to U Inch, plain or reeaforccd. • AIM Concrete Buildinc Block* cheaper than lumber for harm, chicken noises, pump boasts, tenant houses, tool sheds. We deliver. Call •• for free estimate. OSCEOLA TILE *V CULVERT'CO. rbane Ml 'romp* DELIVERY SERVICE Phone 4507 Hours: 8 a.m. lo 10 p.m. with Delivery to 1 p.m. WOODS DRUG STORE 221 West Main St. Xmas Gift Suggestion q camera from BARNEY'S! Choose a camera as a Xmas gift NOW! Use our convenient layaway plan. Barney's Drug CAMERA HEADQUARTERS W. Main Phone 3647 • err, wllk I Im It.lt*. •!,«•« k»*7 ~- 1fc« »•••••• ** tm« nT.I T«»«r1, •WMC' tr M» s«.**y, .x »l ».iu >i. "H«« ..4 <...<. III. ., , b «, •« «•«•«•• fce I . k r • U. M n fc e • Al TH t dowc on th« step*. "You ever hear o* wtxr* then- wasnt i- JWcf. T worvkfet know.- •Surej-yo« got no relatives— you're the peacefiillcsl -an i- the •worW. Pcxjple like TOU ought to t>* put an jaa for ' ing > hap. ,." "I hav« some cousin* hi California and I think I have an uncle •omewhere !n Canada.** "But you don't have • • • to »em?" "W« -tont even Know — -h other's addresses." "That's the kind of .elatives to |MV«. Boy, thal'i the kind. You know— everybody thinks there's a tew 7"U got to like your ii others. Suppose they're not your type and you don't want to write !o them, you don't want to h»v« nothing to do with C ml Why does ev'ery- • body get so indignant?" Eddie kept gazint across "lay- land toward Harmony House, the married folki' cottage Just beyond .the tennis court, at :h« rfrn of the woods. When Roslyn appeared on the steps, he got into t(j< station • wagon. She was wearing a blue flowered dirndl and an orange blouse. Her hair was captured in- »ide a bright blue babushka. Edd(e smashed the gears into place, and we bounced across the cinders toward the highway. "Morrison," Eddie said, "you how MM* a yw* M'l Blossom Time in the Poconos? Okay—once a year it's Davey time. Official delegate from the whole family in! Kansas city, Mo. How's our little Eddie making out? He never writes. Maybe he's in trouble. Dave, go visit Eddie and see how everything is. Same time, you can get your vacation at a discount" 'J 1 HE bus station in the village was an informal adair—just the front porch of the drugstore. When we got there, the bus had already gone, and a man was standing cm the porch beside a square-cornered canvas suitcase. An anxious smile flurried his" face. He grabbed up the suitcase and came trotting toward us. He was wearing an Oxford gray suit and a straight-brim hat. It was really spectacular, the perfect horizontally of that hat. The man was about five foot six, vhich put him towering three inches above Eddie; but he had the same thin lips, the same washboard forehead. Eddie got out of the station wagon and gave him a greeting that sounded all right, and Roslyn threw in a smile that belonged on a deathbed. Then Eddie introduced us. "Dave's in a department store," Eddie explained. "Credit and collections," Dave added daintily. I went down to th« little sporting good« shop and picked up my tennis rackets, and then we drove back toward High Hill. I took the back scat, letting Dave jit with hit relatives. Th« conversation ran out very fast We rode along in an itchy silence for awhile. Dave sat forward in his scat, hanging on the edge of speech. Finally he spoke to Eddie in a bltler tone, "You didn't even ask how Mom is." "How'i Mom?!' Eddie said. •She'j fine." Then Dav* added. •You don't cart a bit how she is." There was some more silence. D»v» blurted: «v<m miM once in six months, not even that —and you never send a thing, not a single dollar. We have to keop up Mom's apartment and pay tho. insurance and everything els- by ourselves. You .wonder why we're angry?" Roslyn turned big, poisonom eyes on her brother - in - Jaw. "You've got a nerve—" "Hold it, Ros. hold it!" Eddie pleaded. "Look, we, I get letters saying you don't want nothing from me, just a letter once in a while." "That's right. Just so Mom won't worry." "But now you're complaining 1 don't send money." "You're a son, aren't you? Doesn't it ever occur to you that you liave an obligation—?" 'Slop it!" Eddie howled, his head swinging groggily from side lo side. "Let's everybody calm down; will you, please?" • Al Kcmmcr was standing on the steps of the maintenance building when we pulled up. As we got out of the car. Dave whispered, "You arranged about special rates?" "I was getting nervous," Eddie said. "I was beginning to think you weren't going to ask me that• • * j^ATER in the afternoon 1 wa» on the stage of the Ritz Ballroom, while Eddie was rigging some wires that would make hi» hat perform all kinds of mysleri- ous movements across the stage. Leo Ritchie, the man Sally Ann had believed to be a wolf, was dancing with some of the girls. He was easily the tallest man at High Hill. He was slim-legged, slim-waisted, but broad at lh« shoulders and he gave the impression of strength. He was dark, had white teeth, a thin mustache and he wore sunglasses indoors and out Midge came in and called to Eddie, who came reluctantly down the ladder. She rushed him off into * corner. "Eddie! This U th« one—remember that time?" She pushed a newspaper containing a picture of the dead ma* out at him. OUT OUR WAY AM* Htt Ml INK f AWP.-TH'RjW HE HA* WITH THAT-THINK,/ FtJGeR WIPER.. A STRAINER.. <f, .SOO'RE NOT •^ f siPEBcxeps... rr i K>r STOPS RIPPLE* /'-. KXXV Benefit by Reading and Using Courier Newt Classified Adi ;•* COI/EKTING AKWCHEAT IAKOTHERHC VEK.T 3erA ROWER ?y Pfl D,A T ,OM DlEECTLVIIffO COLONEL EL4OH. ' UNPEE5TANDVDUR. PKEGtUTJONARy MEASURES- COiCEKfi- IN& "APRIL'. NOrAMOJCWTWE ' OUTSIDE, BUT i THE:Y:D APPRECIATE MAKE /—' BLJT •> Wi-IAT IF MR". GRUMBLY THE rKOFE5son CLICHES THE o»nj»f*» FT-«JTOJt-llSF6eT. AM7KW.5 HIM H»OC OUTO* IW.E OF- r*«*lC ON A WWLEP POOS'/ <M0*MV» rMtesr/ THIS 5TOWE A Pfc «XICt ME LOOWMG WK JEO» wwoenER*; r BUT KMOW HOTHINS / GOOD!.. ABOUT THE JEWELS. WU5TWT HEAR. Of THrS! BUT FfcKE OR HO _ PEWCe KAUV5 ME THATToTfHE AK& MliEXCEUfiUf ,to:oKPi JEWR.ER t THE RUBI6& »A BE W WhsHlUeTOM -.1 THE THIEVEDWCL TWODAV5! / R6TURM TOR THE STOWS THEY M155EP! CUT ITOOT..: THAT'S NO CAT SHE'S SUNNING FOR AN' YOU ALL RIGHT, SO IT'S A WITCH,' YE SODS, OOP, WHd.T'6 COME OVER US? THIS 13 T>1'TWENTIETH CENTlJICy-, NOH • THE YEAR C*= THE WITCHCRAFT HYSfERIA, SALEM VILLAGE,MASS. Tele vis ion- Ton ite. Tomorrow WMCT, Memphis, Channel 4 THURSDAY NIGHT, NOV. 2» S:00 Evening Serenade 6:16 News Reporter 6:30 Dinah Shore 6:45 News Caravan 7:00 Groucho Marx 7:00 The Unexpected 8:00 Dragnet 8:30 Theatre 9:00 Martin Kane B:30 Arthur Godfrey ' 10:00 Racket Squad 10:30 News 10:35 Boxing 11:35 Industry on Parade 11:50 News 12:05 Sign Off FRIDAY, NOVEMBER Zl 7:00 Today 1:25 News 1:30 Today 7:55 New: 8:00 Today 8:25 NEW: •8:30 Today B: 55 "News 9:00 Mrs. U.S.A. 9:30 Ask Washington 10:00 UN General Assembly 10:30 Strike it Rich 11:00 Storylund 11:15 Love of Life 11:30 Search for Tomorrow H;45 Morning Meditation 12:00 News 12:15 Farm News 12:30 Gnrry Moore 1:00 Guiding Light 1:15 Film Featurette 1:30 Homemakers Program 2:00.Big Payoff. 2:30 Welcome Traveler 3:00 Kate Smith 4:00 Hawkins Falls 4:15 Gabby Hayes 4:30 Howdy Doody 5:00 Berl plswanger 5:15 News 5:20 Mr. Single 6:25 Weather . ., 5:30 Short Story ! 5:45 Hartoons : : 6:00 Evening Serenad* 6:15 News 6:30 Those Two 6:45 News Caravan T;00 Dennis Day 7:30 Gulf Playhouse 8:00 Big Story 8:30 Aldrich Family 9:00 Cavalcade of Sports 8:45 Greatest Fights 10:00 Football This Week 10:15 Washington Spotlight • 10:30 News 10:40 March of Time 11:10 Weather 11:15 Names the Same H;45 Where Was I 12:15 Nous 12:20 sign Off Sign to Mark Dam HUNORY HORSE, Mont, The Bureau o/ Reclamation has Invited bids for metal letters lo spell out "Hungry . Horse" on the world's (ourth largest concrete dam. O-POI-ZO A »Mthin( otntnKnt fnr (he rtHef «f the itohln*, hrlta- tion &nd Borenen of simple bums, chapped hands, hires, poison oak, eczema and athlete's foot. Sold on a more? back fiarantee at all leading dnr eovnlen. Ask for O-POI- ZO today! PIESCIIPTIOMS Frwih Stock Guaranteed B«st Prices Kir by Drug Stores UPSET STOMACH ToD'll (eel better (jolrk when ro'« take BU-rtP Pink J lore. Von'll he litliihted with Ihe fasi relief from Setrt- lurn, naaMa. and distrrm caused ky erer-eaUni and «rink(ns. Guarantee* to com- pletel; sathfj ar year lock! 7 BIZ-PEr

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