The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 9, 1953 · Page 9
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 1958 OUR IOARDIN4 HOUSE — wf* Television- Ton ite, Tomorrow \VMCT. Memphis. Channel 5 FRIDAY NIGHT. JANUARY 9 6:00 6:15 6:30 6:45 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 0:00 9:45 10:00 : 10:30 P10:40' ' '11:10 11:15 11:46 12:15 12:25 Evening Serenade News , Those Two News Caravan Dennis Day Playhouse Big Story Hopalong Cassldy Cavalcade of Sports Greatest Fights Engineering Exhibit News March of Time Weather Names the Same Film Featurette News Sign Off SATURDAY, JANUARY 10 8:45 News 8:55 Morning Meditation 9:00 Mr. Wizard , 9:30 World's Greatest Stories 10:00 Pride of the South 10:30 Smilin' Ed 11:00 Big Top 12:00 News 12:15 Nature of Things 12:30 Super Circus 1:30 Kukla. Fran & oilie 2.00 2:30 2:45 5:30 6:00 6:30 7:00 8:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 10:40 10:45 11:45 12:15 12:20 Big Picture Musical Varieties Pro Football Gann Strike It Rich Juniper Junction My Hero AH Star Revue Show of Shows Abbott & Costello Ozzie Si Harriett News Weather Jackie Gleason City Hospital News Sign Off •LrTHEVTLLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Tulip Tree for Rose City LITTLE ROCK, Ark. IJf, — This capital city, which bills itself as "The City of Roses." recently adopted an official tree. Selected: the tulip tree. Greatest January Clearance Now in Progress at Kelley's Your Friendly Shoe Store Attention Farmers A. A. Hardj has heen . ippointed to handle CROOKS QUALITY COTTON SEED in (his l.rritory. For.th* earliest anil best staple and turnout you can't beat Crook. Hi-bred Cntton Seed. However, we do have miny oilier varieties such as DP A L 15. All seed Is state certified, delinted and treated. We also have breeders ccrlilicd In some seed. We also have a nice stack of seed now In our warehouse. Any order, 'l»r« or small, will be given prompt attention. Bonk your cotton seed now and have It delivered when you need it. Whatever your seed needs are, contact me and let me help you to jet the very best teed at the lowe.t po»- lible price. • ' . A A. HARDY 705 Clear Lake Blytheville OUT OUR WAY IOK HOOpte. I AM AND H» PtIIHM WILL YOU KINDLY DELIVER A FEW PARCELS Of PRUIT AhlD awe TINNED TIDBITS TO MY RELATWgS AT COM-WHALL&Y IN CHESHIRE IF I CHftfJGK MV MWD AND SAIL OM A t CUM«f <JAU.lt? li$ K*. A M«r- MS TO OUtDE FEW CRATE* _—,, CJU6T GRAPE FRUIT Benefit by Reading and Using Courier Newt Classified Ads THIN&S AEE FITTING INTO A PATTEfZfMVELKrfil .ACKAZy RVTTERN SOMEONE FROM/WOfflEE PLANET APPARENTLY WANTED TO LAND ON THE EARTH WITHOUT THE UftWL FOEAWLITIES . Mo. thank vou! I *aw it en television! .. REST HE BORROWS A-SPACE SHIP... THEN HE ST&HL/S A <1AK... FlNALLV, HE TAKES CLOTH IN6 HWSELF. IT DOESN'T BUT IT DOE 5\ LOOK, HE WANTS TO APPEAR LIKE AN EARTHMAN AND PK,^ UNNOTICED ...THE LON6EK HE'S ATLA|Z6E,THE HAPDEP IT'LL BE TO CATCH HIM.' CO UJ O ID H to Ul Q Ico LOOK! Here's Quality at Prices You Can Afford. Make a smart buy with one of our first class Reconditioned Quality Used Cars or Trucks CARS 1950 STUDEBAKER CHAMPION 1919 STUDEBAKER CHAMPION 1919 CHEVROLET 4-Dobr 1919 CHEVROLET 2-Door 1948 STUDEBAKER CHAMPION 1918 FORD V-8 4-Door " • 19-18 PLYMOUTH 4-Door 1947 CHEVROLET 2-Door TRUCKS 1951 STUDEBAKER i/ 2 -Ton 1950 STUDEBAKER ft-Ton 1949 STUDEBAKER V 2 -Ton 1919 CHEVROLET i/ 2 -Ton 1951 STUDEBAKER l!/ 2 -Ton 1949 DODGE I}/,-Ton 1947 CHEVROLET-1'/ 2 -Ton 19-16 INTERNATIONAL Itf-Ton CHAMBLIN SALES Co "Your Friendly .Studebaker Dealer" Phone 6888 2 Big Lots at Ash & Railroad Open Saturday Nile Til 9 2 STUDEBAKER los« as much freshness In three days at ordinary room temperature as they do in. lh« rt- frlgeraior In two weeks. Search for a Hero -3/ '<} By Thomas Hal Phillip* h Tto«« H,I rut*. W Nl> broa, Itf. TIIS STORYl lion HrndDTr*, 19. * the *nn or n hcru-lovliift rmhcr vlio aeon n hrlchl fmiite Tor hi* lhrr ItTO nun^, \VIMInni and W«l- ncr. tvho nre fnotlinll ulnycTB. hnt ro rulnrr ror Don. hccnu^e Don . thf rnrlr rinjx nm T /it Hrrnl I. Inc Stntfon. XII J WAS early for the exam—eager, •^ 1 suppose. David came in with thc..prnef and sat behind me. When all 29 of our platoon were there and seated, the chief efficiently distributed the papers, backs up. and gave proper instructions and proper precautions that both speed and accuracy were Involved. Then: "Now, men. don't be scared of this thing. Just do the best you can. Remain in your seats when finished. Tomorrow nl 0845 grades will be posted, along with your destinations. Ready? On »he mark • • - g"'" I was the first to finish—I had not yet learned thLt one should never be first. But there was nothing .to the test if you had re.nd the Blue Jacket's Manual. The chief took rny paper and kept eying me, as if he thoujht I had smuggled in a copy. Occasion: y .. he read a page, and finally called me to the front of the room. "Whal kind of mint: you got?" "What kind?" "Here. Read this." He opened a book—Dalton's Modern Seamanship. "Read that page, there." If the print is not too small I can look at a page and know |) what's on it—like looking at a - face: all at once, not the eyes, then the nose, then the chin. A« long as I can remember a part of it, 1 can remember all of it; when It goes it goes completely. l!e ctosc-d the book. "\Vliai lid it say?" "Word for word?" "Yeah." " 'When hearings on points \, 8 (_ are ar;Nra:c. U.e .'ix \vui oc accurate, and ail lines will COID.- ide at point F. If a triangle Is formed, a less accurate fl* will be determined by the center of—'" "What did the last sentence say?" " 'Observe the bearing closely; if there is no appreciable change the vessel ii steering j collision course.' * "That's enough. Your paper's all right. I've always wanted to see somebody with 3 photographic mind. But how's come you ain't gol no muscles?" • "Never had to work." He took hold of my arm. "If you had some me. th^re. you'd be a whale in this navy. Where you from?". "Mississippi." "Maybe you got hookworm. Course you're not so lean. Hookworm makes you lean." "1 wouldn't know." "You always had enoueh to eat?" "Too much." "Oh . . . You're the kid with dough?" "Who told you that?" "I got It straight now. This life's gonna be a little rough on you, but you'll pull through. That's all. Llsl'll be posted out. Id t tomorrow at 0845." , Just as i gol outside I heard the chief say. "That kid's got a photographic mind and his old man's a millionaire." The Texan said, "leah, you can tell he's filthy rich,— won't spend a quarter for a milk shak ." ' • • • I THOUGHT of the shock the chief would gel when he opened my Service Record to record my grade and saw that my father laid ties and drove spikes tor a living. The next morning 'the list w»s posted. Alter 1 read.li I hurried to the chief's office. He was drink- Ing coffee, his foot cocked uv on t!.e window sill, the saucer resting oh his knee, the sunlight on his wi-;e :;.ish t.-re In 'le iht tl.s: way, u teemed thai uc have been much more than a chief yeoman—a gentleman farmer looking out upon hl« land, « mill owner, watching hl« hundred! of workers rush to their lobs. "Chief, there's no destination listed for me." He did not mjve: he was looking out the window. "Maybe" you not Going nowhere." "How r-oTr-"" "Sofl spot In my heart. I got • kid neirly old as you. I'm ncrt gonna feed vou to the woh'es lust because you ?ot dour?h." He nut the cup and saucer on the window sill and turned around. The U«ht made hl« sllchtly tray hair look thin, made his heavy-set body seem tired — all like a .schoolteacher just before the end of the term. "I don't want to stay her*. Everybody else is going to the «m- nhibfous force. I'd like to go too." ' "Kid. you'd be a whale If you had a luntan and a few more ooundi UD here " He hit hi« <-bfrt "You gonna stay here with • me till TOU set it. The oulrkest way is an hour down In Versailles every day. 1630 to 173'. There's a general grudge In this world against rich folks and jood mlrx!i. T know because 1 Rot left out tn both cases. When we change you up a little you cai. take whatever's dished out. Take this back to the eaUey. You'll have mesr-roofc duly this week." He handed me the cup and saucer. T LOOKED at him. "If you're •*• keeping me here because you think I'm rich. m»yb« you ought to know my daddy It a hand on the railroad. He's not over, a sec tlon foreman." "Yefti can't fast-ball me. A mind like you got don't belong to DO pore boy," After a minute I said, "All right you win. We're rich If you want It that way. but I want to fet away from here." He laughed again and shook hi* head. "You can't bribe me. I'm a perfectionist, see: 1 believe In perfection. I'm gonna make something perfect out of you. That't all I'm Interested In In this we Id —perfection Now. with a little work in Vo:'<-fll2s . ." (1« Be CoBliaued) Horn* Grown Hi-Bred Half and Half Cotton Seed $10 Per Hundred Clyde Williams Route 3 Lexington, Tenn. Prompt DELIVERY SERVICE I'hone 4507 H»»r«: I a.m. to ie p.n^ with Delirery to 1 p m. WOODS DRUG STORE ZZl Wwt Main St. FLOORS Laid, Sanded and Finished! • Asphalt Tilt • Rubber Tile • Linoleum Til« • Inlaid Linoleum • Wall Tile Cabinet Tops Installed All Work Guaranteed Free Estimate EUBANKS and STOREY Phones 3W — 6092 .WELL,] •^ I'VE (FINISHED > THE < t DUSTING- (DID YOU DO fA CAREFUL JOB «UZ HUSBAND KETUOg THE. 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