^ SATURDAY, MK. 8, 1958 •OAKDING HOUSC — w.H. M«|«r H«*»|« oounnnt HEWI TWAT CERTAINLY DEMOCRATIC AS JOe'S 8AR AND GRILL OM SATURDAY / 16HT/-^ WITH *XJ DM THE PR06RAM ( THE COROM-. " . A T),?M.f«oaABLy < up WITH , BAXTER.' -fHI* NEIGH ORHOOD WILL gASK IM UB V^ORU? SPOTLIGHT IKl 1MV1TBD TO 3OIM THE ReTislLSe OF AT H6K COf?OMATIOfJ SOT OF COURSE I'«A SLAT> ' Changed by Food • Tlie appearance of an insect can ; bo changed by food, 11 has been found. One'species of gn]] - fly, , When fed on 11 different diet, as- (umes an entirely different ap- ',. pearance from Us parents. FLOORS Laid, Sanded and Finished! • Asphalt Tile • Rubber Tile • Linoleum Tile • Inlaid Linoleum Cabinet Tops Installed All Work Guaranteed Free Estimate EUBANKS and STOREY Phones 3111 — 6092 FLASH CAMERAS up For Pictures Any Time! Choose One Now! Use our lay-away plan. Barney's Drug CAMERA HEADQUARTERS ZitB W. Main Phone 3647 Home Grown Hi-Bred Half and Half Cotton Seed $10 Per Hundred Clyde Williams Route 3 ' Lexington, Tenn. '.'We're going 01, • meitl... diet „.« w.ek—you c.n pass the word alone to lk«!" nvrm There are two main groups of meteorites, one of stone and one of metal. Sonie meteorites are a combination of metal and stone. •STU DEB AKER $ Ul CO Ul Q 200 to $ 300 0 h- OFF ON ALL LATE MODEL USED CARS AND TRUCKS! See Oar Selection Before You Buy! CHAMBLIN SALES Co. "Your Friendly Studebaker Dealer" Phone 6888 2 Big Lots at Ash & Railroad Open Saturday Nile Til 9 S T U D E B A K E R in -»! Television- Ton ite, Tomorrow WMCT. Memphis, Channel 5 SATURDAY NIGHT, JANUARY I 6:00 Juniper Junction 6:30 My Hero 7:00 All Slur Revue 3:00 Show of Shows 3:30 Abbott &. Costello 10:30 Newi 10:40 Weather 10:43 Jackie Olenson 11:45 city Hospital 12:15 New 12:20 sign Off SUNDAY, JANUARY 4 10:40 Previews <b Newi 10:45 This Is The Life' 11:15 All Aboard 11:30 Candy Carnival '2:00 Quiz Kids 12:30 Frontiers of Faith 1:00 Burns fc Allen 1:30 Beulah 3:00 Victory At Sea 2:30 Future Unlimited 3:00 Roy Rogers 3:30 New Year Roundup 3:45 Christopher • 4:00 Lone Ranger . ' 4:30 Gene Autry 5:00 Meet the Pres« 5:30 Sllni Rhodes . . 5:55 News 6:00 Red sVelton 8:30 Mr. Peepers 7:00 Comedy Hour 8:00 TV Playhouse ' 9:00 The Doctor '. 0:30 Stu Erwln • '0:00 I Love Lucy [ 10:30 New« • , 10:40 > 10:40 WtHther 10:45 Toast of the Tow» Search for a Hero By Thomas Hal Phillips , Id! ] era c rtn brotk- Vn ,vj>TONE of us move' until we .r' heard the 'rout door close Then Wallace s«.d. "Why didn't ..you say you wanted a price?" P»^ Ut £"..;." tWj rooll *ne5s," ,,Papa safd. -You treat a man like ' What's ered a little like the body of goldfish when you thrust your hand against the bowL "What has come over you? NLieteen years old and can't hear a word 1 jay. It's not as if you didn't nave good sense. You've got plenty of sense. You want me to bet you like you was i mule?" He came ovir and caught my arm. "You started this business of taking it. and you're going lo take it Now say 'yessir' like anybody would with ordinary common sense." I didn't answer, and he slapped me with the back of hii hand. I was rather glad h« did, for it seemed to settle a hundred matters between me and I don't know what. But before he could slap me again William said, "Now, Papa, there's no need of that." Papa turned a.id hurried to the door. He stopped there and looked back at me. "I won't work my iieart out for somebody lhat has no respect for me or my word. You'd cxilter find you another place to hang your hal." His eyes looked is if he might cry. "I will, if you want me to." "I want you to!" William pushed Papa and Wallace towan. the stairs, anrt closed the door. Then he opened the cioor and said, "I wonder sometimes Just how r>cch of any kind of sense you got--you've spoiled everything for Wallace. Are you •••von ~<j=!.',"~,i~ '""" ""' one OI 'tying to see that he works'on the •*'«n' «.nv r y mornln 8. V'illiam'railroad this winter instead of go....can work for you at Ihe store ' ing to college?" ' •« while you take the exam. Is that c °" e e e ;, clear to you, William?" "Ycssir." and he'll bo one. ,s;Come over you, Don?" •[• "Nothing."' !, '3 hat are JO" acting this way h^t'""' 55 or show or money - "I just don't aim to take Wal- 1 lace's exam." j. "Are you trying to tell me what' i.iyou'11 do and won't do?" ''la'.?""• l ' m tr y> n S to tell Wal- ll'm still the h.oss around herfrl . you understand that?" ,. "Ycsjir." •• "And as long as you sleep under t ,my roof and put your feet under '.my table. I've got some say-so <,over you. Is that straight?" "Yessir." "All right. I don't want to hear ^another word from any one of 'And you, Wallace. You stay in I the house Saturday morning. I .M'r.rTt want you prancing around .Nn the streets where everybody S .can see you. Is that clear to you?" , v . He looked at me. "Now does ^,that straishten you out?" "If you had very much of some kind of sense, you'd know lhat he doesn't need that credit in French. At least, he can enroll at Tech with 15 credits of the right kind." 'PHE next morning I went to the . filling station to wait for the bus to Corinth. I rtood insit'e so that Papa would not see me as he wenl to work. Then a kind of eno lough courage to ask Mr. Young who ran the station, though Dr. lart owned it) U he would loan ne 50 cents for > round-trip bu» icket. He said. "Mark Willis a loing right now. Ride with him " ft turned and called, "Hey, Mar't. This boy wants, to ride to town with you." " , : I got into th« cab of th* lok truck, which had no windshield and no doort; but I ildn't mind whether it had i cab. 90 long as we got away befort Pnpa "came along. When we had gone two or thre« miles, Mark Willis said, "You one of Benford Meadows'i boys?" "Yessir." "I recognized you by the favor. I seen you"r brothers play !oU of ball. You don't play ball, do you?" "Nossir." 'It's all right, but TuT aUua afraid my boy's gonn« come up with something broke. You-all not old enough for the Army?" "I'm 19."My boy—oldest on«—Ii 17. i keep a-hoping this thing-Q be over before Jim'i time comei. I figure he's no betler'n none of 'he rest, but nobody's anxiou. to see their own (oiks go. Ain't that right?" "Yessir," 'I bate lo see all the boys going off ... looks like the men ought to do it. But now you take me, I got nine kids. Jim's the oldest. What can a man like me do? FSorned on Hatchie. raised on Hatchie, and allus made no more'n a hand-to-m»uth living. 1 ,e«l like I want to pifth in and help where it counts—but who'i gonna Uke :are of my family?" • • • WHEN we reached Corinth, he ''said: "When you get bac': home, tell you mammie and daddy you rode to town with Mark Willis —they'll remember me. We used to have some times together back on ffatchieand Tuscumbia." It* stopped and I got out. "How much do 1 owe you?" I felt completely foolish, asking that without a penny in my pocket. But it was what people always did, which shows that William had • point about my not having any common sense. 'Aw, nothing . . . nothin 1 . son." (I. r - - 11:45 BreaX the Bank 12:IS News 12:25 Sign Off MONDAY, JANUARY I 7:00 Today 7:25 News 1:30 Today 7:55 News 8:00 Today 8:25 News 8:30 Today 8:65 News 9:00 Ding Dong School 8:30 TV Shopper 10:00 Ask Washington 10:30 Strike It. Rich 11:00 Storyland lltis Love of Life 11:30 Search for Tomorrow 11:45 Morning Meditation 12:00 News 12:15 Farm News 12:30 Garry Moore I:0n Guiding Light 1:15 What's Your Troubla 1:30 Homemakers Program 2:00 Big Payoff 2:30 Welcome Traveleri 3:00 Kale Smith 4-.00 Hawkln* Kalli 4:15 Gabby Hayes 4:30 Howdy Doody 5:00 Berl Olswamjer 3:15 Newi 5:25 Sports 5:30 Film Featurette 5:45 Hartoons 6:00 Evening Berenada 8:15,Newi 6:30 Those Two 6:45 News Caravan 7:00 Paul Wlnchell 7:30 Howard Barlow 8:00 Cisco Kid 8:30 Abert Montgomery 9:30 Who Said That ' 10:00 Wrestling K>:« News 10:55 Weather 11:00 Man Against Crime 11:30 Suspensi 12:00 News 12:10 Sign Off f-^rompt DELIVERY SERVICE Phone 4507 HOOTS: « a.m. to 10 p.m. with Deli?erj in 1 p.m. WOODS DRUG STORE 221 Went Main St. PIESCRIPTIONS Fr«»h Stotk Guaranteed Beat Prices Kirby Drug Stores •y J. «. VHP.,.* AH«M! *M*TBR MOWN.' THE ICON CtlKTMK! Benefit by Rtoding jand Uting Courier Newt Classified Adt YOUU- NEVER BELIEVE THIS, C.HRI5, BUT WE'VE BEEN KIDNAPED.'.- PONT HOW WE 6OT HEEE,BUT BACK ON EARTH A&AINI6KANW5 5TILL OUT... PHEW! LOOK, POP! I'M -STARTING TO HAVE A LITTLE MUSTACHE! MAN CAN'T HAVE FACE CLUTTERED UP WITH MUSTACHES FIRST WE'LL WORK UP A QOOO LATHER_ .'.7HEN WE'LL HAVE THAT MUSTACHE OFF WITH ONE SWIPE OF THE.... LET'S RETIRE TO THE BATHROOM «OV\E*OPY TMlrew A (SfZENAtTt WAS NOTTOO Twrew UX*YTH«fcv\\ •OOP. NO ONE Da SIGHT NOW? « 3UST f SHE SWALLOWED WUCH WMER,W*SH, *W STUNNeO BV TH- WM*CT MILE EK*Y TOW* THE DAZED S)RL, WASH RUMS WZOUNP TO THE WEARS*! POtIC SHE KEEPSTRWTO FOR HEAVEN'S SAJSES, THIS 19 NO WAY FOR TUB WORLDS GREATEST TOACT »tXl MbAN OOP? t THOJSHT I SAW HIM OUT IM THE GARPEN (\S I O5T YOUR tXlOlOR/ NO, NOT SOMB- / Mr TOUCH JXING? CO6WEB8YAND DUSTY; WHW SOESCM IN THE VAB? BUM LOAFER NO-GOO P CLERK. WA.NT6 TO SNOOZE BUT t HAWS IT FIXEP SO THERE l£ NO PLACE i^f TO LIE POWN/ COULp I HAVE POKSOT &CWVE THINS?
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