The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 14, 1953 · Page 9
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August 14, 1953

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

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, AUGUST 14, 1958 OUR WARDING HOUSI — with M.jor Hoopl* BLTTHBVILLg (AS*.) COURIER NEWS PAGE NINB «7lT>lWJ'TfrtA* .,- BLAST THIS ocrus/ia A*J u(s> BIS SAME•" SSAD,PESO PAUL/t»*-j HUfiTSR WHO USED TO CARD YOUR CONFOUNDED xgMRESTLE SOSILLftS FOR > CAMERA AND V BANAWAS ' Ll^6 HOUDIWI DOIMS AM ESCAPE ACT.' AM IMPRESS iS'e POSE FOR A R?RTRAIT= 8 . t u , , OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williami IMVf .JTEP TH' BRICK 1 JKXILPN'T PAY HIM A DOLLAR A DAY TO LAV BRICKS FOR ME TILL HE'P J>ONE A LOT OF IT.' I'VE RUN THIS THIN6 FEB. YEAR'S. AN 1 ALL H6N6EPS TELL is WHAT HE WANTS EOWe GOOD MCHT, PIP--VOU J5HOULDWT TALK TO HIM LIKE THAT/ HE'5 FROM TH 1 PRAFTIN 1 OFFICE ANP HE MVEWTED THAT THIWO VOU'RE VWORK/W' OH.' U IVELL-L-L... WE'LL SKIP THE 4KWMKP YEAP5 ANP YOUR PANC6 AMP On the Island of Cyprus, whea' threshing is done by a sledge drawn by oxen and the farmer's |f hildren often act as makeweights FARM LOANS LOW RATE NO «ES OR STOCK J. W. MEYER lit National Bank Bldj. Blytheville, Ark. Phones: Office 2281 Residence (661 tn Association with IHI PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE CO. OP AMERICA HOME OFFICK, NEWARK. H.t Guaranteed Watch Repair $3-50 Your watch K disauem- bled, cleaned, pivoU polished and hair-sprint adjusted. Chronographs and automatic! not included. 3 Day Strvic* Thompson GJa JEWELER Next Dter to Wade F«r«. Hays Store Phon* 2M1 Wi tXtiY.r High Quality Low Prices Wayne Feeds Lajer Math IN Ib.. 4.31 Layer PelleU 1M Ibt. 4.99 EJI Pelleti 1M lb> 5.39 Chick Starter 1M llw. 5.69 Grower Mask IN lbt. 5.39 Serattb Feed 1M Ibt, 4.3» Sujarine 1C% aDlrj 1M HM. 3.69 Wajut 11% Dairy IN Ibt. 4.41 32% Dairy Feed 1M Ibt 5.3* Calf Starter Pelltlt IN Ibt 5.75 Pit A Sow Meal 1M llw. 5.39 Pi| * Sew Pelleit 100 Ibt. 5.49 35% Hn Balmier 1M Ibt. 5.9t 41% Hoi Sap'lmnt 111 Ib-i 6.39 Pork Maker Htr» Feed .. Rakklt Pelleta D>t Food WR Shortt ,. Polished Chop. 1H Ibt 4.79 10* Ibt. 4.39 IN Ikl. 5.91 IN Ibj, 1.99 IN Ibl. 3.6* IN lln. 4.19 Parts and Supplies -for All Cars, Trucks and Tractors WHOLES \ I. E Save Money! Before you sign a contract for a new roof, new siding, interior or exterior painting, insulation, gas installation or any other building improvement, let us give you a fair estimate that will save you money. Phone 4551. E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. FUEL OIL G. 0. POETZ OIL CO. "/ Sell That Staff'' Phone 2089 Office & Bulk Plant- Promised Land Beside the Laughing Water A Romance by LOUIS ARTHUR CUNNINGHAM STORYi Thr W«yl n ndi •nnnot Bndcratand LIHth Grneme'a refnaal (o «ce Gnrl WsTland, who obvioualr U 1 lore with her. Onl* Archer Fen • • old friend of I.Hlth'n, known *h-( (he rcnnon in thnt Llllth «n« otic* on (he London Nin under tfcc nnme of I<«nlc7 Gr anrl r.cnlcj i« the «roni.in (he Waylnnda blnme for GUe»' death. IRE XVI was another installment of Gavin's book wait' ing ior Lilith at the school and eagerly she hurried with it up ti her room. She was-interested in the progress of the work, bu 'more still in the Idlers that accompanied the weekly chapters This one said: Won't you le" m« give TOTJ dinner In the Mty one of these nights? We can discuss the pook—anil I really mean thft boofc. The auKgeations rou nave mane so far have been » wonderful help to me and I ran po ahead now with a con- n'-S?* antl " h0 '"' °' »=coni- pllshtnp somethfnff worthwhile that I certninly did not feel at the start What about this evening? She was called to the phone then and asked if she could go with him. All the fine resolutions she had made about keeping out ot his way, of putting an early end to what had sprung up between them, went like a weak levee at the onslaught of a tidal wave. She found hcrseh' saying. "Yes. Gavin. I'd like to go. You come for me about half-past three and PI1 be ready." "I'll be there." He sounded i happy. "1—it's been pretty lone- I some without seeing you. It was I killing me—to know that you I were up there in that lay-convent ] only a short distance from me. iand yet 1 couldn't sec you. 1 («lt : like dashing up there and hammering down the door and abducting you." "That would have been another chapter for the book." "What book?" "The one Miss Tall nnd the others have started about—about i iu. It began alur you Mv«d my rittt rtn IT wu mviei. t, Ll/e on the river. It seems tha when one owes one'j life tc someone else, the debt can never really be repaid. It's as if thi rescuer owned a lifetime inter est in the rescued." "Swell! I never thought o that before, but it's one of tin best theories I've heard in a long time. And in your case, I shal press for my bond." She knew it wasn't gratitude alone, though, that had drawn her to him, that had sent her with only a half-hearted doomed-to-failure struggle, into his arms and parted her lips to his kiss. And she had missed him these past weeks and her ready consent to go with' him hnd sprung from loneliness, from wanting, for an actual hunger to be near him. "Let him hate me afterwards,' she said to the wide-eyed girl in the mirror as she made ready for their date, fixing her hair in an upsweep that transformed her in a minute from a bachelor-girl to a bacchante. "Let him love me nov«and afterwards, if he can, ;t mi et mm hate*me. Let him learn to love me and nothing can hurt us—not even what happened with Giles. I can tell him, If I must—and he will believe me. He must believe m«." whistled when he stepped out of the car and leld the door open for her She cnew that whistle. She had heard t often in the rink when the [iris were skating before an ap- ireciative crowd of the boys rom St Bride's. She felt ai lattered now as any of her tudenti "Lovely, lady," 'said Gavin. But lovtlyl When you do d«cid« o »hed the cocoon you certainly •ome out >11 forgeous butterfly " She had let the hood at her '«rkn drop .back as she settled n the car »nd shf saw wilh ibaawlew pUtaui« UM ««/ kit gaze lingered on her hair, and she did not move away when his hand reached up -nd touched its waves, lightly, reverently, while his eyes said a thousand things. Gavin drove slowly, heading nowhere in particular. He had asked her if there was any pl.vce special that she'd like to see, but she had no preference. She was content just to float along beside him in the big convertible, ita lop snugly tight, its heater humming softly. Just to drift along, saying little, content at the mere being together. She rested her head against the cushions and closed her eyes and smiled and •avin, glancing at her, smiled :oo and reached over and took icr hand and pressed it. "What was the trouble. Lil- th?" Presently he spoke, turning off on a side road towards .he hills where thc^ going was not rutted, polished, treacherous. 'Whatever it was, it's over now —isn't it? 1 meovi the trouble be- ,ween you and me that made you ;ay the night I kissed you that here must be an end to it" 2HE turned her head on the J cushion and looked through angourous eyes, only half-hear- on 1 " half-caring. "Over? Oh, I don't know. I don't want o think about it now. We don't iave to. do we?" "No, indeed. We don't even have to talk. It's odd, but it eems enough just to be together. don't know when I've felt so --well, so happy. If you knew ow much I've wanted to be with ou, to touch your hand, your air—" "I think 1 know. I wanted the ame thing. This, as the radio lays say, is bigger than both of s. Gavin.. I don't know how ood we're going to be for each ther. I don't know what's going o come of it, but I—" He stopped the car in a lonely stretch of woods and in a swift moment she was in his arms, straining against him, her mouth given eagerly to his eager seeking. All the denial, all the hunger, all the pent-up passion that was in her seemed to rise now and po.srrss her (It B* CcuUuved) Television— Tonite, Tomorrow WMCT, Memphis, Channel 5 FRIDAY NIGHT, AUGUST 14 6:00 The Goldbergs 6:30 1st Person 7:00 Doorway to Danger 7:30 Talent Patrol 8:00 Cavalcade of Sports ' 8:30 Greatest Fights 8:45 Big Playback 9:00 Wonderful John Acton . 9:30 News Reporter 9:45 Tonight in Sports 9:55 Weather 10:00 Names the Same 10:30 Anyone Can Win; 11:00 News 11:05 Masquerade Party 11:35 Film Featurette 12:05 News 12:10 Sign Off 4:00 Berl Olswanger SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 1953 9:15 News and Meditation 9:30 Film Featurette 10:00 Big Top 11:00 Pride of Southland 11:30 Industry on Parade 11:45 Pre-Game Warm-Up 11:55 New York at Philadelphia 2:30 Cowboy G-Men 3:00 Super Circus 4:00 Mr. Wkzard , 4:30 Soundstage 5:00 Date With Judy 5:30 Strike It Rich 6:00 Sammy Kaye 6:30 Ted Mack 7:00 Saturday Night Revue 8:00 Eange Rider 8:30 Lone Ranger 9:00 Juniper Junction 0:00 News 0:10 Weather 0:15 Sports Roundup 10:30 Wrestling 11:30 Talent Scoutl 12:00 News 12:05 Sign Off "Don't you dare shout! 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