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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

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_8ATURPAT, AUGUST 15, 1953 OUR HOARDING HOUSE'— with Major Hoepl* BLTTHEVILLR (ARlfT COURIER NEWS PACK MINI JOVE, PE60 PAUL.' 60 (T I*.' VOJ KrJOW~£R-AH—THAT IT OlDliT FRIGHTCM ME- A1ATTER OF FACT— THE EOP£ I WASTWlRUMS CAUSHT ItJtHE CACTUS, AND UPSET ME— DASR.fTALL.'-"VOJ DIDN'T $NAPA PICTURE OF THIS M.OOK i OMLY A KUSSER. RATTLER/ LOCAL JOKeR MUST PLANTED IT DEBACLE, DID,, YOU ? ?. OUT OUR WAY By J. R. William, FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS THEY'VE S&fT fOK HELJ? PW IT £AK! SOU IMAGINE ABUWCH OF LOST PIONEERS) OUTOF FOOP, WATER, ' • HOSSSS AMP HOPE, LOOKIN' ANYMORE FORLORW THAN THAT BLJWCH THAT'S MERELY OUT OF SAS OR A WHEEL IN TH'MUPfy 50 SPOILT WE'LL HAVe. TO BE TAKIW* SAS TO WAIT R3R ASLEEPW 1 PILL TO TAKE EFFECT.' THE ORDEAL C^IKlk, Mlf^l,. V .T.K. IvU. I.F,LO FOE6ET IT, JIMMY, I JUfT EEeATHE HAPP FROM AN IRRITATE*? $\n\& commit IVKEN y K WATER! ER...YOI TWO WENT EN6A6EP OP- Mi CAN [NOW I'VE 6Or TO FWPA WAY TO LUKE HIM AWAV fOM WHLKlN! VOUK TETE- A-TETE win/ THE PCOL YESTEPCW There Is only one point In the tJ. S. where lour states touch. This Is at the New Mexico-Arizona-Colorado-Utah border point. Long Ttfrm FARM LOANS LOW RATB .NO FEES OR STOCK J. W. MEYER 1st National Bank Bid;. Blytheville, Ark. Phones: Office 2261 Residence 8667 An Assodaflon with IHI PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE CO. Of AMERICA HOMEOFFICC. MEWARK.H.A Guaranteed Watch Repair $3.50 Your watch la disassembled, cleaned, pivots polished and hair-sprinz adjusted. Chronographs and automatici not Included. 3 Day Service Thompson CrJff JEWELER Hays Store Phone 2M1 Wt Deliver High Quality Low Prices Wayne Feeds Layer Mash Layer Pellett ...... Eft Pellett Chick SUrter Grower Mask Scratch Feed Sugarlne 16% aDirj W«T«e 16% Dairy 3Z% Dairy reed Call Starter Pellet* PlK A Sow Meal Pil A Sew PelleU 35% Hoj Balancer 4§% Hoj Sup'lmnt Pork Maker Horse Feed Rabbit Pelleti .... Doj Food WB Short* Polisher! Chop* .... 1M Ibi. 4.SI 1M lln. 4.99 1M lt» 5.3S 100 Ibi. 5.68 10* I In- 5.39 1M Ibt 4.39 100 Ita. S.69 1M lot. 4.49 10* lt» 5.31 1M Ibi 5.71 IM lb>. 5.39 IM Ibi 9.49 101 lb» 5.99 HI Ibs 6.39 1H Ibi 4.'9 1M Ibi. 4.39 1M Ihl 5.99 1W Ibs. 8.39 1M Ibi. 3.61 10* lln. 4.19 Parts and Supplies for All Cars, Trucks and Tractors fff lr> ftW 9 O> 3> WHOLESALE ill Nortb Broulwa; Phone 4511 and 4512 Save Money! Before you sign a contract for a new roof, new siding:, Interior or exterior painting, insulation, £as installation or any other building improvement, let us give you & fair estimate that will save you money. Phone 4551. E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. FUEL OIL G. 0. POETZ Oil CO. "/ Sell That Stuff" Phone 2089 Office & Bulk Plant- Promised Land Beside the Laughing Water '. A Romance by LOUIS ARTHUR CUNNINGHAM M "H » SKVICt. to. _ THE STOflYt In nptlc of prnm- l«c« to licrf.pl/. I.lllth Grnritie hn» fnllen nindly fi, love wllh ' i \\'n}lnnil. It rtin only Ifiid Ihf l.n hlnmrn brother f;nvln [Ion nctrenn. tt'l for the (Ic.-ilh Gllcn Wnj-lnnil. ilop, Iry CT.-IJ, XVII T ITjITH moved away from him, feeiinc the tumult of passion subside slowly, wonder! ing now if she had been wise— ! but not regretting—oh. never regretting. "I'll love you always," said Gavin. "And I'll never tire of I telling you even though you should tire of listening." "1 don't think I'll ever weary of that." "But why did you (ry to fight j our love?" I Should she tell him now? It seemed the opportune time, the right moment, to speak of Giles, of that dead love and of what had caused its death. But she dreaded the idea, hating to spoil the perfect beauty of this time. I "Docs it matter? Docs anything ; else matter—anything but this?" "Nothing," he said. "I don't care what it was since now it seems to have gone or not to matter. We have each other now and I'd be a fool to stir up anything that might spoil this. You will marry me, won't you? There's nothing to prevent—" "I have to finish my year at school." And she thought; sometime in the months to come, sometime when this rapture Is not so new, so fragile, I can tell him the story of Giles and me and it will be all right. It must b« all right. "That's only six more months and if you want me then—" "Must we wait so long?" "I think it would be as' well. Maybe—" she teased him—"this magic spell will fade. I ihall duck buck behind my glasses and put my hair up in wb»t you to charmingly christened the Great Auk's Nest effect — and then you'll wonder what you ever saw in me—" "I still would find you fair, wench. You are Lilith—the first of women, the mother of Eve, the loveliest, and you are mine—for all time you are mine." She came into his arms again believing, trusting, assuring herself that treachery in love, like lightning, doesn't strike twice in the same place— So she let herself believe what she wanted to believe and was happy and, even if sorrow came afterwards, she would always remember that she had been glad. • • • jVfAYBE they did discuss the A book that night during the dinner they ate at a log chalet in the hills, but they recalled about as much of that as they did of what they had eaten. In these golden, wondrous hours, the little things of earth had no smallest place. They lived, these two, in realms of beauty; moved in a world of their own that love had created—a world that each one found in the eyes, the speech, the handclasp of the other. It had not been like this, she knew—that other love she had known with this man's brother. Perhaps the lift, the ecstasy, the out-of-lhis world feeling had been as great — perhaps even more so; but it had had neither the depth nor scope of this emotion. It was young, immature, uncertain. She was older now. The girl of seven years ago, feathery light and airy and dancing on silver shoes, was the womnn of today, wiser, -he hoped, formed in the slow turning of the years, able to Judge «nd weigh IB* worth of the love that wai offered. With him it was, It hnd to bt, the same. With him It should be even easier to know how real wai their love, for he had gone all the way with bis first love; he had married. Straiigely, she felt no great curiosity about that early love of his. It had not been a good thing. He had told her so himself and it seemed as if he wanted to put even the memory of it away from him. Perhaps some day he would tell her. She could wait, she told herself, and she had nothing to fear from that other woman who had held him only briefly. The evening sped by and they were out under the star-rich sky, so bright-bedizened here in this northern clime, as if the heavens by putting on a special show, an added glory, tried to make up for the loss of summer's brightness. • • • AT the school door he took her hands in his and held them hard and looked long into her eyes—looked and spoke not, as lovers do—before he drew her hard against him' and held her lips. "It has to do me for so long," he said. "How I wish I could take you away from this place—" "But I liks it! I've liked it here from the very first." "1 can show you a thousand things you'll like belter and lake you lo as many places—" Til be okay, Gavin," she touched his cold cheek, "just as long as I'm with you, just as long as you love me as you have today. I've been so happy. I knew that with you I would be and 1— I guess I was a bit afraid of happiness. I thought once before in my life that 1 was In love—" "Well, so did I. But I know— you have made me see so clearly —that what I had was a poor substitute for the real thing Was it the same with you?" I'm not sure, but it's over now. It was over long ago. And, yes, I can tell you it was never like this. I don't know that it ever could have been like this." "He—the man—" "He's not here any more." "Nor ij she. For us it is the aeginning and I begrudge th* yeari we lost," (To B« Continued) Television— Tonite, Tomorrow WMCT, Memphis, Channel 5 SATUKDAV NIGHT, AUGUST 15 6:00 Sammy Kaye 6:30 Ted Mack. 7:00 Saturday Night Revue 8:00 Range Rider 8:30 Lone Eanger , 9:00 Juniper Junction 10:00 News 10:10 Weather 10:15 Sports Roundup 10:30 Wrestling 11:30 Talent Scouts 12:00 News 12:05 Sign Off SUNDAY, AUGUST 18, 1953 :30 Previews and News :40 Film Featurette :00 Comedy circus :30 Frontiers of Faith :00 Youth Wants to Know :30 Film Featurette :00 Burns and Allen :30 Beulah :00 Roy Rogers :30 My Son Jeep :00 The Chimps :15 Sunday Musicale :30 American Forum of the Air : 00'Meet the Press :30 Slim Rhodes :55 News 00 Operation Neptuns 30 Place the Face 00 Big Payoff 00 TV Playhouse 00 Stu Erwin 30 Favorite Story 00 Racket Squad 30 News 40 Weather 45 Toast of the Town 45 Your Playtime 20 TV Recitial Hall 50 Sign Off I MONDAY, AUGUST 17, 1953 I 7:00 Today 7:25 News [ 7:30 Today 7:35 News 8:00 Ding Dong School 8:30 Arthur Godfrey 9:00 Hawkins Falls 9:15 The Bennetts 9:30 Strike It Rich 10:00 Shopping At Home 10:15 Love of Life 10:30 Search for Tomorrow 10:45 Film Featurette 11:00 Slory Land 11:15 Guiding Light 11:30 Garry Moore 12:00 Meditation 12:10 News 12:20 Farm News 12:30 Homemakere Program 1:00 Big Payoff 1:30 Welcome Travelers 2:00 On Your Account 2:30 UN Gen. Assembly 3:00 Atom Squad 3:15 Gabby Hayes 3:30 Howdy Doody 4:00 Berl Olswanger 4:30 Industry on Parade 4:45 Hartoons 5:00 Flicker Comics 5:15 News 5:25 Weatherman 5:30 Bob and Ray 5:45 News Caravan 6:00 Name that Tune 6:30 Howard Barlow 7:00 Cisco Kid 7:30 Summer Theatre 8:30 Who Said That 9:00 This Is Your Life 9:30 News Reporter 9:45 Tonight In Sports 9:55 Weather 10:00 Wrestling 10:45 News 11:00 Man Against Crime 11:30 Suspense 12:05 Sign Off All the mountains on the moon have been named after mountains on the earth, such as Alps, Apennines, etc. 'rom.pl DELIVERY SERVICE Phont 4507 with Dillnrj I* J ,. K WOODS DRUG STORE Ml WeM Mkta II TOUK. MOTMER. HUMS GOOO INTERFERENCE FOR. YOU, DOE5NT SHF DUDLEY? Why, no, I wasn't surprised when he gave me the ring -I've been expecting it any moment since I met him five years ago!" OH,NO...I ttN'T BELIEVE IT.' I'M BEINSA SILLY RATTLE-HEADED **». GIRL.'...W ZIP WOULDN'r.DO A PLEASE rxwr COM IN, ZIP.' I DON'T FEEL v'ERY WELL...I'VE BEEN IN BED ALL DAY. LET ME IN F0« JUSTAMOMENt \ JOAN, DARLING...) U FOR YOI.I. x| TO ME THAT HE HAD TRIED TO REPAIR TH£ STEPS? IT'S ALL VEKX STRANGE...AND THE VERY DAY I HAD THE FALL TOO... BEN'S?' I THOUGHT YOU GOT YOUR HA\R CUT AT THE BUSINESSMEN'S EMPORIUM! WELL, THAT'S SORT OF A •SWANKY SHOP HAZEL... GO THERE WHEN I DON'T NEED if.' NVHEKE fO YOU ^ OPC YOU« MUSCLE THINK YOU'RE. J MAC. PI& HERE'S A SOIMft WITH ^ SIFT COK MISS THAT THINJSf / WIPE. WMERE'S HER TOESSIMS 3I7A1N.'A PHONY'S ON MIS WAY IN. ASKEP fOK VOU. AWT ONE OP THE fcESULAKS. TALL, SDIT, IN VJOPAU H6 X 60 WT& WHERE WOMA 5UV EAKRIMSS \I5! IW.U5TSEE IF K6HIEK FROM, SIR.L NWE \IWER LEFT SCWE WIRE ME TftfW IKECORPINSS WlfH HER BACK TO WISTAH SO YOU WERE 5TAL-/ru ADWIT LIWS, KEHLER1 VOU (iCAW'T FIMD ADfAIT VOU DIPWT \ THE* HOWi / ENOUSH '< HIDE TH 1 KECORDIHfisV GECKO! ./TIIViS.LETil LINE '£» Up" VILLAGE WWHB NOPAH. WOT ON WsP! SHOW lf.6 OW THE WAP WHERE KEHLEE WAS WHEW VOU LEFT kEE WITH HIW.CHWJLIE / WELL.THAT ACCOUNTS ..AN' I MUST HURRY TO TW RCVAL COURT AN' 1O , r „ , HIS HIGHNESS fll^yE^ MAKE REPORT. FOR TWO OF THE VENUS EXPEDITION... NOW WHAT ABOUT THE THIRD MEMBER? I- FDOZY, DO YOU KNCW WHERE' WE ARE? AGAIN IN GOOD Ol MOO... HE DIDN'T SIVE HIS S NAtoE, BUT, I WROTE DOWN HIS NUMBSW SWING IT HERE, /AAVBE I CAN •WECOGNIZB TH THERE WASN'T NOTHIN' ELSE HUWWV UP, IT MAY BE IMPORTANT! WHO WAS THAI ON TH' PHONS SUGS7 PO«CH SOMtW\N>

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