The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 28, 1953 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 28, 1953
Page 11
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'AY, MW. IS, INK evt •LTTHEVILLB (ARK.)> COURIER KEWt HOUSI — wfcfc *Uiw HM»fe RUCIATIN6 PAW IN MY A ye IT T*l t vision-'. Tomfe, Tomorrow W!MCT. Memphis. Channel 5 WeiWESDAY NIGHT, JAN. M 6:00 Evening Serenade «:'» New* • •:)• Thc*e Two 3>a$ News Caravan T:flO I-Married Joan 7:»0 Tour TV Theatre »:fl» TY Theatre v , 8:00 Boxing »:'4B Washington Spotlight «!:<>• Beath Valley D»y« 10 .-M New> . . 10:* Weather 1»:*6 Rocky King . 11:15 Racket Squad lite News • ;1 KM Sign Off ; THURSDAY, JAN. N • ' . I Today • . I Newt , . I Today 7:» News : ' ~ «:0» Today: \ »:»Mew. ;, £<•':••• »:» Today-? '-' '" . ' . *:5i Mews ' 9.00 Ding Dong School 9:30 TV Shopper • 10:00 Ask Washington 10:30 Strike It Rich 11:00 atoryland • , . - «! 11:18 Love of Life 11:30 Search for Tomorrow lf:« Mornlrif Meditation 12:00 News : 12:15 Farm New« 12:30 Garry Moor« '. 1:00 Ouidinur tight 1:15 Arthur Godfrey 1:30 Homemakere Program 2:00 Big Payoff 2:30 Welcome Travels™ 3:00 Kate,Smith . 4:00 Hawktru Falli 4:15 Gabby Hayes 4:30 Howdy DoodT 5":00 Berl Olswariger 5:15 News S: JO Sport* . 5:25' Weather ' 5:90 Wild Bill Hlckok 6:00 Evening Serenade 6:15 News 6:30 Dinah Shore 6:45 NewB Caravan 7:00 Groucho Marx 7:30 The Unexpected 8:00 Dragnet 8:30 Theatre 1 ' ', 9:00 Martin Kane »:30 Godfrey,'-. '" 10:00 Siy .Little Margie 10:30 News ' 10:39 'Boiing 11:35 Weather .11:40 Film Featurett* 11:55 News : •' ' . 12:05 Sign Off '•- •. ' ' FUEL OIL G.O.POETZOILCO. • "/ ,Se// I Phone "2089 Off ice & Bulk Plant— Promised Land OUT OUR WAY *ACE BLEVEN FUCKUS AND HIS FRIINDS ». , - - -•«,»-• allowance— ow«r day he s beginning to f«el ambitiout!" S TUDEBAKER JANUARY CLEARANCE EVERY CAR & TRUCK MUST GO! "CERTIFIED" Used 'Cars & Trucks '51 -Ply, - $1495 Cranbrook 4-4r. 3 I- / 49Mei;c.$n95 2-Door '49Stud4$fl95 Club Coupe. '49 Chev $1095 2-Tone 4-Dr. / 49Chey $1095 2-Dr. Blue Now Is th* Tim* to Prepare Your Own for the Future! SEE THE NEW 1953 WORLD BOOK ENCYCLOPEDIA First Choice 'of AmerW. School! and Libraries. Call-Rill Patton, 8890 For Free'.Demonstration OC IU * < CQ '48 Stude $995 4-dr. Bine '48 Ford\-$795 4-Dr. Grey, '48 Ford - $895 4-Dr. Maroon '51 Stude,$1095 n Ton '50 Stude $895 14 Ton '49 Chev - $795 }^ Ton '51 Stude $1095 Ton '49 Dodge $895 IM'Ton '47 Chev - $445 Ton StaKc '42 Ford - $245 Ton • '47 Chev-.$695 ^ dr. Blue CHAMBLIN SALES Co "Your Friendly Studebaker Dealer" . Phone 6888 .2 Big Lots at Ath & Railroad Open Saturday? Nite Til 9 ' H. C. DAVIS, Sales i«gr. ' ' SALESMEN • JtolB.? Hna«n . Jo. T. Roberteon E re T WilHa STU DEB AKER The tractor is the most Impor-- tant item In agricultural mechanization. ^» Search for a Hero jfJ'HE next morning whe« I wok I Jelt different. I wr bte T'letle to Kenny's folks, saying that I ha had the bunk next to Kenny, 'tha I had hii w.ilch, arid how I na i 4, i 00 ™^ ( ° h ? v « "t- That night V.C jcalled Bert's folks. A nursl pu ••' me m a wheel chair and rollec me to a room at end of the hal She seemed more excited than [about ^h* calL • . '*. While I waited for a lint, ,n O i<, uneasiness sadness, ran through my mmd like the distant sound at something, like a freight after i Kad passed our house and gone' on (Into a wet night. Then I heard ,« warm, faint voice: "Turn - the iradio down . . . if s lon g distance " li^ess'ir''" ' " fS ttia °° nr JBcrM^s yo^pro^ed to' c^l th '" ge V'- in 8 along ovei I *««r e WL3S fine * h * n ! 'eft." ' Was he hurt, bad? Tell me the <"It was his hand.' I '"If it was bad they'd send him jbome, wouldn't they?" - ), TP won '"•« u» much. Its grand to have firsthand news. I wish you'd come out to Kt us, son. We'd give you Bert's room, and have a lot of thtse pretty co-eds Irom UT come °V ?. nd . ke *P you company. How would that be?" JThat'd b« flne.- • bad—I mean you didn't get dis ngured, did you?" "No, ma'am." , • -What a Messing. So many boy get their face all, you know just have a horror of Bert comin home in a flx like that Where die you get shot, or is that a bad ques lion. Wasn't it a shame he couldn' come back with you? But thev can't send everybody back— mean everybody that gels a little wounded. And he wasn't hurt too much, wat he, really?** 'His hand." 'Well, he wrote'us the tnit] then. We couldn't bt: sure for some of you fighting boys are terribly modest about those awfu Ihlngs you endure. And thai awful, horribli-telegram we got Now we just s'il here thirsting for he least hltlc morsel of real truth * on ' t nave to 80 back, wili '"I gucM that depends on what ne doctors say." '. . "I hop* not. You've seen enoueh already. If they start to send you back, you come out here to Austin nd we'll hide you in the cellar >r somewhere. Tell me, did you iave good officers over IhereZ" They were all right." • •What a bitting. I'll feel'bet- under " *" •£Yesslr. I hope so." •fBcrt .•;•. what? Just a minute . .«. the womenfolki has jot to get in,on this ..." J | \r*U 0 - ' iust fecl lik e I Unow jou. Bert wrote so much about TOJ> ... and we've been waiting for, ye« to calL Did you |«t .hot Then » warm masculine voice gam: "Listen, we mean jt, Don Come out to see us any time ou don't hav« to give us any rarnmg And the co-eds-you Ke pretty girls, don't you?" "Yessir." ii^iiMiM* """•, Hop * you * et eil all right... and we're mighty lad you called. Goodby, son " • • • i CLOSED my eye, to wait for the nurse and I remembered 5«rts saying, "They don't have tich In common, but they love *ch other." The nurse came for me. She was railing. "You lalkcd a long time " n« roU«d rn, jjowly toward mj room, "Is everybody all right a< home?" «A°lMIe ( "' a " d homesick "° w? ' "I've got some new« for you i you, swear dead silence " ' "Gladly." -You're-being transferred sooi to Memphis', with a good chanct 01 gelling home tor Easter, if noth- wg goes wrong." •'•' "Yoii're sure of it?" "Honey, 1 don't « e ll . people things of which I'm not 'utterly posilive-rrot nice»people anyway." "You think I'm nice?" '1 can tell a sweet man when iee one." She helped me into "When you finish'tuck ing th« rnwr haftn t ^ «,^,.. t..j»__ . » "If you'll b« sweet." ' • gHE kissed my forehead and went otit. I thought the soldier was asleep, but:after a'minute h« turned In his bed to face m*. "You work awful fast, kid." •'Me?" 'You've only been here 24 hours. You H have a ring on her ringer L^ e he;r gc£ that <*st off you." Ypu ve got it a n wrong, buddy. II be 20 years old next month- hnls loovyoung to marry" '•Well. lots of folks are doing «' hese days—but not m«. iVobody'g one me wrong.. I just.don't give flying hoot about what goes up r comes down. I feel I got hotti- ng left to give this world and when you've got nothing left to we you're .washed up. Not that want to spoil .your call home " "1 didn't call home." • •'• ' "Who^d you call—your girl?" "You marry her. You're smart you don't wait. I waited, and :e what it got me? I was in ermany before the war, went to •chool with a girl there. I thought had to wait you know. I don't now where she is, if she's any"here. And the U. S. Army-did- ley send me lo fight against the ermans? Fourteen months in the in PaclBc - Not a scratch, till 10-wheclcr .ran into our je eD ne nrght, wilh the Japs « mU« way. , FLOORS Laid, Sanded and Finished! '• Asphalt Tile • Rubber Tile • Linoleum Tile • Inlaid Linoleum • Wall Tilt Cabinet Tops Installed AH Work Guaranteed Free Estimate EUBANKS andSTOREY Phones 3111 — 6092 Home Grown Hi-Brad Half and Half Cotton Seed $10 Per Hundred Clyde Williams Rout* 3 '••• . • Lexington, Ttnn. 'P DELIVERY SERVICE • Phone 4507 Htirs: t a.m. u 1« p.m. with IXIlTerj U J i!™. WOODS DRUG STORE . «1 WM* Marn gi. SHOeTCUTFXTM/- WHUTIONPOF B«»J^JS W& PEOPL« ••• -*£L#p^i VX< ^v.«,v • *-^~w Benefit by Redding and Using Courier News Classified Ads UH'-WKA- WHAT™ THAT ? NOT REALIZE THAT I REFILLED THE FUEL-TANKS IN WEU..ARENY ilGt.Y ;.. MR. GOLLY OLIVER! DON'T VOU FEEL LIKE •51NGING? t'M AFRAID NOT, PR1SCILLA! DADDY JUST PHONED... HE HAS TO WORK LATE JONfeMTS.THE NIGHT TAKING MEANS HAPPY „, NOTHING) WHO WERE ATHEV TKW? TO MUK- flST SACK INTO THfe - TKEX ANYHOW? JPST A WOVUN »J AN TT«*N,AU_ CJp VOU, . WHERE'S. THE TRAW TIL EPHONefl'LL KJOTFY • vou're .... BSHT IN TH6IK LINE •n-e SWTE PCUCS TO ' (XK'EMUrY l^E-WHW TWE_"\ON'THE'llKM.TRWH' WIGHT OF TH6 FIRE TO_PO5T HAP THEY PlAMWEP J 0UT IVftW OIPW'T SKI \ NEED H6R MRP TftLKEp T0 YOU * ""E x TRIP TO is '%£*:. SIMS? 1 ^^pK"*-^" 0 H " TYKE KOMW ? WIIL COME MEM- DM INSTEAD. MOW THEV Will NEVER COME i. ...NOT IJNTIU 1 GETMV MESSAGE VR1TTEN DOWN ON THIS NICE, O-EAM DECK! \OU'LL BE KILLED -you RUN,A* LON<S

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