The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 8, 1953 · Page 19
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 19

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 8, 1953
Page 19
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..TWJWH5AY, JAN. 8, 1988 PU» JOAKDIN6 H6USI — witfc rVUfrr , VfcXJ APPRECIATE THE NEW TRAV£Urt<5 COS- TDM* I 1 * Ate OF THOSE ADS, MOST HA<J£ „ PA66ED A TIME IT'LL ee EG6-5TAIr4VHIS EN6EA*6L6.'ATO A Fuem AND 6AVEA SJCK.'' GIV/E BALL BAT •WITH IT ? Television- Ton ite/* Tomorrow WMCT. Memphis, Channel 5 THURSDAY NIGHT, JANUARY 8 8:00 Evening Serenade 8:15 Neivii «:3fl Dinah Shore «:« Newi Caravan • 7:00 Groucho Marx 7:36 The Unexpected • 8:00 Qangbusten 8:3* Theatre 8:30.Martin Kane it;30 Arthur Godfrey 10-.M My TJttlo Margie 10:M New ,' I Bowing / 5 Weather >' 0 It's Newi to Me 12:10 News 12:Sfl Sign Off FRIDAY, JANUARY 9 7:00 Today . 7:36 N*Wi 1:30 Today .7:55 Vttyrt 8:0* Today s:26 Newi 8:30 Today . 8:SS News »:00 Dins Donf School 9:30 TV Shopper. 10:00 Ask Washington 10:30 Strike It Rich 11:00 Storyland . • ". 11:15 11:30 11:45 13:00 12:15 12:30 1:00 1:15 1:30 2:00 2:30 3:00 4:00 4:15 .4:30 5:00 5:15 5:20 5:25 5:30 5:45 8:00 6:15 6:30 6:45 7:00 T.30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:45 10:00 10:30 10:40 11:10 11:15 11:45 12:15 12:25 Love of Life Search for Tomorrow Morning Meditation Newi Farm News Garry Moor* Guiding Light Kim Featuretts Homemakers Program Big Payoff Welcome Traveler! Kate Smith Hawkins Falls 'Gabby Hayes Howdy Doody Berl Olswanger. Newi Sports j Weather Short Story Haitoons " Evening Serenadi News Those Two News Caravan Dennis Day' Playhouse Big story Hopalong Cassldy Cavalcade.of Sport* Greatest Fights Engineering Exhibit News March of Time Weather Names the Same Film Featurette v News • ' Sign Off : Attention Farmers A. A. Hardj hu been appointed to h»ndle CROOKS QUALITY COTTON SEED in thfc territorj-. For-the earliest •nd best slapfc » n a tnrnoat jou can't beat Crbok» Hi-bred Cotton Se«d. However, we do hive many other YarteHes.snch as DP i I, is. All seed is state certified, dellnted and treated. We also have-breeders cerliRed tn some seed. We also ha T e a nice stock of seed now lo oar warehouse. Any order, large •r »mall, will be given prompt attention. Book jour cotton Med now and have It delivered when jo* need it. Whatever jour seed needs are, contact me and let me help T0 « to ret the very best seed »t the lowest po.- •tMe price. ^ A. A. HARDY 701 Clear Lake Blytheville Search for a Hero •yTKomac Hal Phillips t»T W N Wee th« people homt, but th« ttlk in our h«t WM tometimes lifcc store-talk. Kverr morning, while we dreaed to tht 'coo! naked Ught. w* heard * long, thin, black-haired Texan ttlklng to an of .us: "I'd lov« the Navy h* H didn't have so many button*." And later, when the hut was wanner, ^You thimble-brain, • you think everything you heard In Sunday school i« so because you heard tt on Sunday.' Let me set you straight: It'i de love of possessing, not the love of money, that's the root of all evil." • : And still later: "American* were .made for war. lust like the Germans, and get that through Tour brain. They love it. and you know- why? Because It's the best thing thare is for heroes, better than all the home runs and touchdowns • nd two-undcr-par's and all the other infantile/tricks that have to be concerted for an infantile country where the unweaned reach 30 with a wife and two kids and find out they're too old to swing » hat or kick a field goal ..." ;Then David Mapp, 3 Pennsylvanian, Interrupted him with: "Say a Itttle more about America, and I'm gonna take a swing at your educated face." But they never fought, for the feel of uniforms and the sound of busies was slill ne\v to us. Usually vou could find them, every night after chow, drmking milk shakes together. Often 1 walked past the srmll stores and saw them, and while I watched 1 thought: One of these days l*m going to tell you a . big lie. But I preferred to (el) tt to David Mapp rather than to the Texan, who seemed lo see through The Texan gat up and stretched "Whera you going?" David asked: "Out to worship natur*. S« you it tht quizzing. 1 * The afternoon at th* twenUeth day at The Lakes was set aside for the la«1 of the physical examinations and for some kind of mental examination. JT was early and there were only » few men In (he medical hall, we undressed. David was put Into one line and I into another. I was glad, because his body Reside mine only made me look hollow, though I was not thin. I was always afraid some examiner would find something wrong with me—except for (he denlists. at the end of the line Finally r arrived before the dentist and he. as usual, stopped to chst with me. "You've certainly got fine teeth, son. Where you from? Tennessee?" "Almost. North Mississippi."What do you folks eat and drink there?" ' "The same a> everybody els*." "What kind of paste did you use when you were little? Salt ind soda, and a blarkgum toothbrush?" I thought he was laughing at me. so I said. "Hickory ashes." \ I failed for hin to trim rne down, but he only safd. "Hnnn," and looked at my te'eth again. "You got any brothers or sisters?" "Yessir." "They got the same kind of teeth?" ' "I euess so. We've never been to a dentist" He shook his head. "You dont know what they're worth son. That's oil." 1 iaw thai David had come up behind me, : I found my clothes and began to dress. David said. "Lemme see them fine teeth. Mack." ."We'vt seen your gold," I said. "You ever work any?" "That bother you?" •**Hict MUJ Iiu2i2'* (AKIC.)' COUTWim KEW8 "»'* been a grand school y«ar to far—I've had a date for evervthine but tha last meeting of the Science club! CO LU Q Ul O STU DE BAKE LOOK! Here's Quality at Prices You Can Afford. 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You'd be just like me if you'd been brought up in m family that never let you lift • hand—breakfast m bed, never raised my arm to get my coat off a hanger!" "Take It easy. J dldnt mean nothing." "That'i okay. But you dont know the rich—they make me sick. They're not Hke ordinary people. Argue over an Indian-head penny, betray a friend for a buffalo nickel All they want ou of anything 1» more than they ought to have Dont tell me. I'm'talking about the real rich. You ever heard of Wade 5H Motor Oil, Dallas. Texas? My mother owns that. MY old man owns 51 per cent of the Trans- Southern Railroad. Started out cutting crosstlcs: you'd think he could remember, but he dont" "Why. didnt he- keep you out of this mess?" • . • • • • "T IKE all thf rich, he had •"- enough stn on his hands already, He kent my brothers out —(hey"re football stars. Anrf besides. I wanted to get away from it: and I didn't bring any of tt with me. either. You know what t left with, after my ticket waf boueht? Two dollars and twenty- flve cents. Got 90 cents left H you think I'm lying, just remember you haven't seen me drinkinp any milk shakes." "You're a funny guy. I mean ... well, I just never knew anybody with a lot of money." "Money's nothing. O! course, 1 don't say you can't have some fun making ducks and drakes of If We finished dressing. David' asked me to pull his blouse down over his shoulders, as If by that gesture he had let me Into his world. "I'm going up and see the chief that's giving this exam." he said. "You want to go? He'i a good guy." . "Not now. It'« too early." "I'll see you up there then." (I* B« C*ntlniMd) FACE 8EVENTB15N OUT OUR WAY FKICKLI5 AND HH FRIINDS WE'RE LATE 6rnrir>r. HOME, SO J'M GONNA. I •-«*./ w HAJ wa*j C *$-UP TANK'S AW> ) TO CKKtliTHttA. AM" T6LL HER HE'S / FR6*ftON T»wW* AT OUR HOUSE AN' ""• ^^ WILL HLJRRV RIGHT OVEU.' T \ fl XN.5EcLSw. 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