The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 18, 1952 · Page 19
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THURSDAY, -EC. 18, 19W OUR BOARDING HOUSE — with Major HoopU BLTTHBTTLLE (ARK.)' COURIER KTTIfS UNCLE BULGY, I KslOVJ VOO LIKE TO MAKE PEOPLE HAPPVAT CHRISTMAS.'-" WILL YOU PASS -rue VJOR.O WHAT rt> LIKE ? —ALSO I'VEJ <SCT Nine IHINSS TMSR& C3^ fAV LIST-**- WILL YOU -rx HELP ME CUT IT CX5TFIT TOO K MUCH TO < HAK-KAFF.' A\V WORD. LEANDER/THESE . ± ARTICLES seew to Be A BIT OM TUt: 5IDE.'^~ VJHEM T vj A TADPOLE YOUR AGE,I WAS IMMENlSt../ /i ^ TICKLSO To SET A C CAP WITH EARLAP5, AtJD A BRIGHT- _, COLORBD LOLLIPOP/ ; ^ 38 KJ; HAS A LONG LiST OF HIS Arabic Studies Slated • KARACHI, Pakistan (AP)-Pak-' -Islan's first four students seeking higher education in Arabic departed recently for Cairo. They have been awarded fellowships by Al-Azhar University. They will study Islamic .aw and Arabic literature. FEDERAL LAND BANK y|0/ FARM ^ /O LOANS NO EXPENSE— . Pay part or all at any time National Farm Loan Association Jo« Martin, Stcy-Treas. Ph. 3352 Mon i Thursday . Osceola, Ph. 388, Any Day PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Slock Guaranteed Best Prices Kirby Drug Stores Home Grown Hi-Bred Half and Half Cotton Seed $10 Per Hundred Clyde Williams Route 3 Lexington, Tenn. JACK NINETEEN T. M. NIJ. U, S. Pit. OH "What's nobler than getting married and raising a nica family? That weird chemistry test today made up my mind!" •ST U D E B A KE R After the Movies No other picks you up like Dr. Pepper The special sparkle of Dr. Pepper adds to everybody's fun, everywhere you go. Enjoy it in the six-botfle carton or the 12-bottle carton; buy it by the case . . . and look for it at soda fountains and vending machines, too. a: Ul GQ UI O ce UJ CO p ID Ul S-A-Y-E ON THESE SPECIALS! CLEANEST CARS IN TOWN! 1952 CHEVnOLKT Deluxe Power Glide with Ha- dio and HeuteivA nice car, like new 1950 STUDBBAKER Champion Regal Deluxe, 5- Passenger, Aulomaitc Transmission, Radio, Heater, Sun Sliiide and Seat Covers. Priced Right! 19.18 FORD V-8, a 2-Door thaf's a real SPECIAL! 1948 PLYMOUTH Special Deluxe 4-Door. A good 3O buy! 1917-FORD 2-Door equipped with Heafer and has Seat Covers. A one owner car and a dandy buy! 1946 FORD 2-Door . . . we have two for you to choose from. They're worth much more" than we're asking:. 1918 STTJDEBAKER 4-Door Champion wit'h Overdrive, Radio, Healer and Seat Covers. Real clean! Many good used trucks to select from. CHAMBLIN SALES Co. ."Your Friendly Sludebaker Dealer" Phone 6888 2 Big Lots at Ash & Railroad Open Saturday Nile .'Til 9 STU DE BAKER Television- Tonite, Tomorrow WMCT. Memphis. Channel 5 THURSDAY NIGHT, DEC. 1« xxx .'""THE battle in the office hap- I pcned around 2:30 or a little tfter. What's the difference if he "had an alibi running till 3 or 4?" It asfccd Sally Ann. : "Don'l ask me. All I know is he said it was very important to sny 4 o'clock." "I don't got it. But you sure slip- ported him nobly." • | "I promised. So I stuck by my ipromise. I never like to see any- jbody get in trouble for nothing. Anyway, I ... well, I liked him— [I mean, 1 liked him a lot. But this morning while I was coming out of the dining hall, he walked past jme without saying a word. Just ^walked right past me, as if t was ja—a telephone pole," she said, her [voice suddenly getting louder, [breathless. "But after I thought labout it, I though maybe he really Ihadn't seen me—you know how jsomelimes you go past sflmetiody iand. . . . Well, we were supposed |lo go canoeing at 11, and t was •down there at the dock, and he ididn't even show up!" | She went back- wilh me, drag- iging her feet. "1 know what you're • thinking," she said peevishly. "You jthink it means Uavo did all thak awful thing in the office. Well, Dave wouldn't hurt a flea. I mean, he's a stinker and evcry- • thing, but 1 know him well enough to know he wouldn't do that." I kept going at a good clip, and Sally Ann bumbled along after me "You're just as bad as the rest Lot them," she bleated. "I never saw a man yet who was worth wasting a page of my diary on All of you—selfish, sneaking . . just trying to see what you can grab ancl get away wilh. I want you to know"—she had worked up to a trot now to keep up with m "the only reason I'd ever want lo marry a man—the only reason—is - my name. 1 love Sally Ann, but J ont want to go through mj- whole! ife with Prushnick at the end." It was silly to run into Midgt Burnett as we came out of Honeymoon Lane. It was sillier to be embarrascd by it "Uh, uh, now ve're both compromised," said Sally Ann behind me. Midge was landing <ip on the top of the slope, bidding her eyes against the afternoon sun and scanning the )eoplc in the water and along the )ank. , As we came out below her ind to her right. Midge's head urned, her eyes caught me, caught me again in a double-take. "Danl" icr voice leaped urgently. She started on the run toward me. Three or four stepi and she stopped. The realization that Sally Ann ,was with me seemed to wash over Midge's face. Remarkably, the flare of-her eyes faded, her eager lips subsided. She turned. She walked swiftly up the slope. • » • T LET her go. If she was a cra?,y - kid, ridiculously sensitive, devastated by the slightest rebuff, annihilated by jealousy, it wasn't my fault, it was the fault of Die stupid, unseeing parents who had brought her tip. Let them worry about it. ... ,1 ran up the hill after her. I caught her arm. "What's it all about now, xvhat's it all about?" 1 said roughly. "You started lo say something. Say it!" She jerked her arm away 'Never mind. Don't let me interrupt your—" "She'll wait. Now talk. Or shu' up—do whatever you want." Her rounded litlle face swung around, at me, her lips apart—she couldn't hold her story even i she wanted to. "Tell me—wha. was he doing—that investigator typing on those typewriters up the. . . ." "Trying lo find out if a certai.. document was typed on.those BU- nmes. WhyT" "Lislen: While he was In there, just sort of walked in ... to write a letter . . . and I noticed hat fellow Dave Fields watching lim from the halt. Then all of a ;udden, Fields hurried down the iteps. So I went lo the window to iee what was up," "Yes?" "Don't interrupt! Listen: Just a !ew minutes ago, I saw him sneak iround the back o( the recreation hall with a suitcase and out the driveway, and a car that looked ike one of those Slroudsburg taxis came along and he got in." . "No kidding!" "Yes! And you're such » wnart aleck, I could strangle you." • • • "ATIDGE, you're a sweetheart." 1 x I scooped up her arm and liauied her on the gallop to tht maintenance building. I ran up the steps to the guard, silting Inside the door. "Where's Healey?" "Down trfere In one of those cab-ns." He pointed toward the men's row. "Hurry," Midge called out. "You want him to get away?" "Go tell him Dave Fields has scrammed. He's heading for a bu* or train station. We're going after him." "Which one's Dave Fields?" "Just tell him. Make if quick!" Midge was already In Ihe station wagon. I jumped in behind the wheel, kicked the starter, and went scorching across the cinders to- ward'the road. "I'm going with you only because 1 want to see the end of this thing I slarlcd," Midge said. "No other reason." "Of course." "Personally I hate you." "Well, don't brag about It— you're the third one in line with that crack today." (To i>« Continued) 6:00 Evening Serenade 6:15 News 6:30 Dinah Shore, NBC 6:45 News Caravan, NBO 7:00 Qroucho Mam, NBC 7:30 The Unexpected 8:00 Dragnet, NBC 8:30 Theatre. NBC 9:00 Martin Kane. NBC 9:30 Arthur Godfrey, CB3 10:00 Racket Squad 10:30 Nev.'S 10:35. Boxing. DtiM 11:35 Weather 11:40 Industry on Parade 12:00 News 12:05 Sign Off FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19 7:00 Today 7:25 News .7:30 Today 7:5.5 News 8:00 Today 8:25 News 8:30 Todfty 8:55 News 9:00 Ding Dong School 9:30 TV Shopper 10:00 UN General Assembly 10:30 Strike It Rich 11:00 Storyland 11:15 Love of Life 11:30 Search for Tomorrow 11:45 Morning Meditation 12:00 News 12:15 Farm News 12:30 Garry Moore 1:00 Guiding Light 1:15 Film Fealuretta 1:30 Homcmakcrs Program 2:00 Big Payoff 2:30 Welcome Traveler! 3:00 Kate Smith 4:00 HawKlns Falls 4:15 Gabby Hayes 4:30 Howdy Doody 3:00 Berl Olswanger 5:15 News 5:20 Mr. Single 5:25 Weather 5:30 Short Story 5:45 Hartoons 6:00 Evening Serenade 6:15 News 6:30 Those Two 6:45 News Caravan 7:00 Dennis Day 1:30 Playhouse 8:00 Big Story 8:30 Aldrlch Family 9:00 Cavalcade of Sports 9:45 Greatest Fights 10:00 Washington Spotlight 10:15 Film Fealurette 10:30 News 10:40 March of Time 11:10 Weather , 11:15 Names Ihe Same 11:45 News 12:00 sign Off OUT OUR WAY FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS AMDDERM MY EVEj 1 I HAD TO LIVE IN SUCH PLACES MOST OF MY KO DkYS --AWP IN SHOPS WHERE 1 WORKED/ NOW THAT 1 CAN AFFORD A HOUSE, I DCWT WAMT ONE EXPOSED/ WELL.TH' PLUMeiW W*V» WH/ST HELP UP IK S6COJO FLOOR. 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