The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 14, 1953 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 14, 1953
Page 11
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MONDAY, SEPT. 14,1953 OWH WAY BLTTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS PAGE ELEVEN OUR WARDING HOUSE — with Majtr Hoo»l« rr.HA76 n BUSTER/ *INCB iweyve MB AM ERRAMD SOY AROUND HEfte.HOW ABOUT LEMD1NS ME yoUB CAR AMCIEMT ' CHARIOT . PA** AWAV/ SCIENTIFIC , SEMIUS < CAM TAKE COT MOTOR AMD P »^ BIKS- *PEDALS V>— ' US I'll 6*5 IT UP GEMERQUStY — HAV& YOU THE KEYS? STS IN 6TATE=-i.n(..*. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS ATOMCITK.., RZO/rtCHK!^ AMAIZA.,,TH£y FOWND JIAWV ANP NOW CH£l£ ANP HAVE TO 6ET HIM OUTOF The Book Exchange offers to buy or trade four old- books. For sale, good books at low prices. KD order any new book for you. H-flxed greeting cards and tilt wrap* pings. Unique place cards made to •rder. Alex and Elltabeth Shelby 503 W. Main FARM LOANS LOW RAT! NO FEES OR STOCK J. W. MEYER 1st National Bank BI4f. Blylheville, Ark. Phones: ORlce 2261 Residence 8667 In Ajjodation with THE PRUDENTIAL HOME OFFICC. NtWAnK. 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Main Phone 3647 ROSE'S by Margaret CwrrisH Millar THE STORTl Although tkere ' wn» nothing to fnillcntc rlo- - Itncc la the death of ROM i French, forgotten .tnr ol the f old-time Him*, there .eem. to be • nmethlnp atrnnfce about her drmfMe. Prank Clyde, treltnrt worker, received • phone cnll from a woman he Ihoofrhl vrm* three hoitri* after »he iiip- PONeolT nlt-n. NOTI tlnlcy Dnllo- ' war. the first of ROOC'H flve former fatu&andn, appear* In tow*. A T the motel Dalloway mixed , the drinks. It was obvious, jrom the deft way he managed '•with one hand, that the loss of his other was not recent i "You're a restful young man'," Dalloway said suddenly. "You .don't talk much." ; "My job is to listen." "And observe." "And observe, of course "• ' "What are you observing about ! me?" "Do you want the truth?" "Naturally." "I was wondering how you lost your hand." ^ "Oh, thaL" Dalloway laughed. :*I lost it in the most unheroic :way possible. Caught it in a 'buzz-saw • Is your drink too tweak, too strong?" "* "Just right" "I'm not a drinking man, but .(there are times." He paused. "I :jsuppose Rose died penniless?" j "Yes." I "She was a fool about money." • "Rose wasn't bitter about lack 1 of money. The only thing she 'wanted .was something like a job to get Interested In." ; "She had a lob once, looking after-her own child. But* that ; wasn't quite good enough. She j preferred the circus." Dalloway .. stared grimly into his class. : "Like mother, like daughter, It's .1 a peculiar thing: though they | were separated all these »rcars, • the resemblances were, strong, : right down to the flnnl one They both ran away from me without "liny reason at ill." wuat w» tan about tot 1TO br Mown! HX*. KM**. HMM, he. DntriWt<4 bf NEA Swiic*. lack of reason. "You've heard nothing from Lora?" "Not a word, in two months. There's not much 1 can do about it .Lora's a grown woman of 30. Actually she's quite immature like most of her friends, though they call it being 'creative.' She talked a lot about expressing* herself, but the only thing she' really expressed was an antipathy to good honest work-" TT was a familiar cry to Frank: the too-strict and unimaginative parent and the child who escapes into dreams or illness. "She wanted to be an actress like her mother?" "Yes. She had the lead In a few experimental plays that were put on back home and it went to her head Possibly she has talent — 1 wouldn't know, the plays seemed extremely silly to me — but she's too old to begin a career like that. I tried to explain this to her last March 25 I believe it was When I returned home for dinner that night she was gone. I telephoned some of her sorry crew of friends. , but they professed to know nothing about it. After two days I reported her as a missing person. The police were unconcerned, even a little amused, I thought. Their assumption was that Lora had eloped with a man. and they advised me to go home and wait for man, letter. I'm not but I waited a waiting < whole month. Then one day in the subway sUljion «t Cambridge I Happened to pick up a New York paper There was an article (n it about • proposed television program -that wu to feature some old-time movie fitars. Rose's name was'among the ones "THESE people, the Good- fields, in whose garden Ro?e was found. Who are they? What do you know about them?" "Just what Greer told me while we were driving down to Malgradi's place. Goodfleld and his wife and mother are from San Francisco. The mother Is in bad health, and they've spent the last few months or so traveling around the country to find a climate that would (free with her. They finally decided on La Mesa, rented a place, hired a maid, etcetera. They've only been here for two weeki, but according to the maid and the - next-door neighbor, Goodfleld is a devoted mentioned as possible The ar- son and his wife Ethel I* » tlclc said she waf retired and \ devoted daughter-in-law » and living on a blj estate here in that's about all there is to the L, Mesa." I Goodfields." Ituk Ibomh* tt Bon', no* I .til I TH-.TP BE AOAIWST THE RULES-THeRS HAS TO BE SOMEBODY JISTTD WATCH TH' STEAM SHOVEL* WHY NOT TRY TO COWvlrJCE^ WAV TO •TOUR PAR6NT& THAT A D1SMWASHIN<3 MACHIMe WOULD EXPERTS THAT TASK? AMAZINtJ- IMAGE SUDDENLY WeVe I^NOWrt EA<H OTHER SIMCC THE Mf 1DU DREW TOUR. FIRST BREATH J "I win my bet from Mabel—I said you'd pay back our summer visit within six weeks!" THAT'S •EI6Hr..THEAIE-- THERE STILL MAY BE A CHANCE; •SWAPMIN6 WITH POLICE! HOLY COW.' THEY WENT RIGHT THROUGH THE XIPSE RAILING) Television- Ton ite. Tomorrow AT 1O O'CLOCK, JUST WHEN I'M GETTING STARTED, THEY SEND OUT FOR A TRAY WITH COFFE AND ROLL YOU SHOULD BE HAPPY OH, YEAH?? 6 NO PUN PACK\N& THEY SURE DO SILLY THINGS AT THE OFFICE! NOW THEY'VE STARTED A 5HELir>j,TMeKES) A 66MTLEMAN < KE5WNSE TO 5HELTDM) HB*E TO SEE WHITE'S FURTIVE PHOME CALL, VIC PBVES TO VWasJIA AMP— PASSINS TWJOUSW NOTH MS.' MOTHER, THIS IS < COURSE VIC FLINT, AN EX-MAKINE WHO POESN'T KNOW . • STAY A rVUJCH ARXITTHEMEAM- FEW IMS Of SOJTHEKN WO&PITAUTV.' yVMR. FLINTT. 60OPTO /f A SURPRISE ACUJSEE YOU A6AIN, A WT, EXCEPT r-< SHH-TON. FOK THE „/ I WAS PASS- OWIES' /INS THROUSH— 10U...HE SAV5 HE'S AN OLI7 SUP! excuse ME«l- oT «r\HTr\ SPEMt TO THIS YOUMG i HN/ew'r r«e r MUTEST IP»,\ WHW HB3 KWINO ABOUT! WMM" * WOULD I WfxNT WITH * «8 OF OARS? VOU MISHT SEE IF HK'» M6SMS FKO/A eO», THE DI5PLW! I WeMTAL IM5TITUTION,,, HELP H£ USHER Hlto OUT! WEK6 VOU INVITED TO NO, BUT- LOOK HERE.WSS! ALL I WAWT 15 MiV OEE SAWPIE5! VOU TOOK SOREA&OUTVC' HAVE. I SOT S.JUNKIN'HI TROUBLE? GOLLY\ BIRP HAT I SIDE OF MR. CEE( TH'WIZER'S \ AN'BEM»\ 0LMR HBJS TURNED TH' 1 EH? HEAT ON ME! /K^^nkWK! TROU6LB AT TH'HECK WU SAY.. WHAT'S WITH HIM, TELL M6, PRAY. HE WAS ATTACKED B^ A DINOSAUR... LOST MOST OF HIS CLOTHING PND ALL OF HIS BASSAG6... THAT IS ..HI55OAP \SRIEF? AN' RAZOR.,WHrM UOTTA HE CANT EVEN J BEEF, 1 BRUSH HIS TEETH; fOOZYB ALTERATION OF TOE GRAND WIZER'9 RH3 BACKRREP.' TH 1 KID DON T I'M IN BUSINESS T' SELL MAGAZINES... HEY! WHAT'S THAT? CICEBO IS KEAU-Y BUFN6D ABOUT ME PUTTIN' TH' COMICS ON TH' TOP SHELF T' KEEP HIM FKO/A ME5SIN' 'Ef/S UP EVERY DAY I OT COU«<2>t VhMfel WQU1O I 1RV .MRR.V 1 K>O ONft •c.W.MS TO RtftVLV SThMO ftOOn^OM TO HOUSWORV! . ftK>0 \WOKiJNift - 4160 in the boarding house and wondered whether Rose herself had given out this misinformation. "For a long time I've had the idea that Lora intended some day to try and find her mother. During the past year she talked about Rose a great deal, and once she even mentioned the possibility of a reunion with her. I told her it was ridiculous, and the subject was dropped. I'm afraid Lora picked it up again." "You have no proof of that?" "None. Yet the more I think of it, the more obvious it seems. Lora believed—and, as a matter of fact, so did I—that Rose was well provided for after her career and her series of husbands. We had no idea she was on her uppers." "So you came here to see Rose." "She wasn't listed in the phone book or city directory or credit bureau, and she. wasn't at either of the hospitals here In town. 1 intended to make further inquiries, but as it turned out, I didn't have to." He set his empty glass on top of the radio. It came down with a decisive thud and a sharp impatient clink of ice. "How did she die?" "Apparently of a heart attack." "She was strong as an ox." "People change with time," Frank said. "Rose lived pretty high, I guess." WMCT. Memphis. Channel 5 MONDAY NIGHT, SEP. 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