The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 12, 1953 · Page 9
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MONDAY, JAN. 18, 1988 OUR~BOARDING HOUSfl- wiHi Mojo, Ho^l,"" HlGHLAMD HOEDOWW >"HOMI 401T <3Ul -EVIL ' IM VJHOX EVIL J LTHIMKETH.'/ 'CT$ (ARK.)' COURTBR NEWS fcWHEN OLD Television- Tonite, Tomorrow WMCT. Memphis, Channel 5 MONDAY NIGHT, JANUARY 12 6:00 Evening Serenade 6:15 News 6:30 Those Two 6:45 News Caravan 7:00 Paul Wlncliell 7:30 Howard Barlow 8:00 Cisco Kid 8:30 Robert Montgomery 0:30 Who Said That 10:00 Wrestling 10:45 News 10':55 Weather 11:00 Man Against Cripis ^-11:30 Suspense ••'12:00 News 12:10 Sign Off TUESDAY, JANUARY 13 7:00 Today / 7:25 News ' 1:30 Today 7:55 News 8:00 Today 8:25 News 8:30 Today 8:5,5 News ' 9:00 Ding Dong School 9:30 TV Shopper 10:00 Ask Washington 10:30 strike It Rich 11:00 StorylBiid 11:15 Love of Life 11:30 Search for Tomorrow 11:45 12:00 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 6:00 6:15 6:30 6:45 7:00 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 10:40 10:45 11:45 12:00 12:05 Morning Meditation News Farm News Garry Moore Guiding Light Arthur Godfrey Ilomomakers Program Big Payoff Welcome Travelers Kate Smith Hawkins Falls Gabby Hayes Howdy Doody Berl Olswanger News Sports Weather Suiwman Evening serenade News Dinah Shore News Caravan Milton Berle Fireside Theatre Circle Theatre Two for the Money Boston Blackie Mr. & Mrs, North ' News Weather Studio One Embassy club News Sign Off 0 /-/* •N -- N^, * •'!? ;:•- W&^ttrj- f -,f *$»'!#? w. **e. u. i. r*t.off j-gr. 1Mi bj »rn B^fea.'lft. hotmr He * ays Junior told h!m ad hot temper and beat up several teacherj who gave him low " low cradesi" Sweetens Lemons Even a lemon tastes sweet after you eat the fruit of the West African miraculous tree. The fruit of the sideroxylon dulcificum dulls the taste buds of the tongue for a short time. . •- ' •' . Have your insurance policies gnwn alonj with your needs? Have yon bought new furniture and equipment? And have jou checked the prices you'd have to pay today? Better see us this week. . ANSWER What the child has In such cases Is rheumatism. "Growing Pains," In themselves, do n o t exist. 1. "Popular Fallacies" . . . A.S.E. Ackermann. 2. Report of Dr. A. Percy Allen, M.O. (Loudon) appearing In "Dally Mail" August 18, 1921. 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YOUK CaiEKOSnV TO A (TEACHER * SAYS I'M EXCELLENT JN HISTORY > AND GEOGRAPHY! AND VERY GOOD IN PENMANSHIP AND r SPELLING!] REMEMBER >TO DOT MY CO UJ Q 3 r- STUDEBAK Harry s. Truman was the 15th President of the United .States to be a member of (he Masonic fraternity. Search for a Hero By Thomas Hal JHtiftps - • vr u""ti,' c '".'Vl^'daV* zin * home wlth^nim. From Uv i." i'I',"i'.°/ "",".": " me on he was co °' lo me. XIV the Br»t of October i had a letter from Mama asking [when I would be home (she hopec ;It would be for Thanksgiving or ..Christmas); on the back of it Papa wrote his first letter: Woods was b u i-1 e ci Saturday £f«»u t \J 0 . r . hcBt he suffered ,^^-.»e c v^-. w 7!nr^ « t>H man Wilkcaco S nb ? find -» Vj.-iltnce nun knnc «n<l m nl^' ! !u '., hot >' »'« <"olne I only frcshmsn. OaJ The chief let me off one day and I went mlo Chicago and found a C °P/ °', The Gridiron. William and Wallace were on the front cover— Wallace In the foreground leaping, shghlly curved, i football at his ringer lips', William In the background, fading, completing the motion of a pass. Beneath the picture was a caption: Two Stars' Fell on Alabama. There was a glowing alory of the 19-year-old twin stars, tabbed for greatness: of how they were both good students, even in the dreacicd freshman English; of how their father, a hand on the section gang of the Trans-Southern Railroad. had held a dream tor them. 1 showed Ihe magazine to the chief. "You cnn'l all be 19," ho said. "Somebody made a mislake," I said "Any other mistakes in this write-up?" "1 don't reckon. Why?" "I don't like, mistakes. Vou ought to know by now that I can't afford to allow myself to like mistakes." Tbat night he look tie maga- week later he cam back from the personnel oHlc one morning and handed me nnila envelope. "This is it" hi ™,. What you ' ve been wanting. 1 -Where to?" 1 5aid , wUn * u looking at my orders. Creek.- n " man * * h «*- Uttl. "And then?" "Don't ask me, but I'd brt TOT won't have Christmas dinner i, this country." "That suits m«," I said. "We strive to please " I didn't think he had , right to treat me so coolly, and I said K you ever need * good job on the railrond, Just let my daddy know; he carries lots of weight for Trans-Southern." He went to .the window and coked out, M If searching for the squirrels he watched so much I considered his back a minute, how his size had seemed to change with the coming of fall, how he stood there, bent, like a man who las had i dream shattered. Then left. f I reached Norfolk In the early morning, and.had my first glimpse of the sea while the sun was ris- ng. A Navy 10-whceler ' trans- , A m u' , alone ' ' thro «gh the lc Arch of Triumph that leads o the amphibious base of Little Creek. Within another half hour had met Albert Martin, the Tex- n, from my original platoon at JJie Wkes. I rcmemljercd him bc- ause he was tall.and lanky, thin nd pale enough not to make me ook awful when he stood beside me. He seemed always to be am- ling »long, eating an apple, summarizing world sllualioa'i, and CEBing all of,us to slop him from is habit of cussing. When he saw ne, his hair, usually uncombed eemed to fly against the white -Im on the bEck of his head, and . ...„_, -.jj^j,, <AA tkt „ we had a cup of cortce in the Crow's Nest. After one taste, he puckered his lips and said That stuff makes me, downright cynical. The only place in America you can get good coffee is in New Orleans. This Little Creek is a nothing. I've waded ashore from Hfggms boats and LCT's and LCI's till there's n water line just under my armpits; now it's too cold to wade and they shoot me into recognition school. A few weeks from now we'll be on our way: Casablanca, Or.in ..." 'Do you know French?" I interrupted, but he never really heard me. -WeTI have our ends shot ofl before Easter. Thirty per cent casualties in the amphibs. But what do I care? When it's all over the bottom rail will be on top anyway and come Thanksgiving the Aggies will .probably beat Texas, not that I give two whispers but my old man will be (here and he does. You don't cuss do you?" "Wouldn't think o/ If." "You're the one I'm looking for -youve got to tame me. Dave wapp held me down for • while but they shipped him out two weeks ago. He failed signalman's cnool when any peasant with two amps of intelligence could pass It. Lislen, when I cuss, I want you to knock the Texas out of me. Thai's he only thing my old man ever whipped me for, but it didn't help. Anally sent me oft to military prep chool in that boductoui wind- wept.still, of Oklahoma, which idn t help. My old aunt still arays for me. She doesn't do any ood either. Congress couldn't hange me, even. I used to be age boy for Senator Arnoldby. nd one nighl at a reception 1 let ul the usliesl word in Ihe English inguage. Some old sister nsked me to leave; bul I knew good and •ell you couldn't shock her with irect current so I looked at her nd grinned and it wasn't 10 mln- tos till she was introducing ma 0 people, I even promised her I'd uit cussing. I'll swear to you I'm olng to quit. My English teacher sed to tell me It showed a lack 1 vocabulary." ,O> I Home Grown Hi-Bred Half and Half Cotton Seed $10 Per Hundred Clyde Williams Rout* 3 Lexington, Tehn. \VE COU.P Locme. THAT OV LIST OP yDUK HUS*VvJC7'S 3EPOZS SLASJP SST&TOIT I WOULP MEAM MCE LON& ML SEMTENCBS FOR SOME VEKY WOOPLLJVI&. tWO 5H7TCQM5 FOR J Hn^TTiM ra c /\^c± ^-' JSMSvC Nc ^^^^ovERT7i«: so,^^ «uT^«?^r^^?sr^ ui^lS' THE MMAES OF t 111 TUK UM i ^iiX^..S'.S'lSr* 1 .. WITH THEM, BUT — i\ && WRITE HER " IAST WEEK' SUr.OCP, THATS / AW, MO. ..A BIT opt W>JMLX3 THEReA MISTAKE, ME8BE iS^W/igS^S^gf SgSTOl loa,, w . 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