The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 31, 1953 · Page 7
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BATUKDAY, JAN. 31, 1958 OURJOAROINflI HCUSI — with M.W H**,U '' HOW CAM A GUVOfJ pur it ol£ DtET\ — . . —. -. AS A MOOSE CALL/ I CATCH GOUT? IS tHE OLD IMS HIS FRIED CHOPS AMD Pic <POT M TH6 vieeos PLACE.' LEST I FORGET MV CRIPPLEO COStXTIOtJ 10 LIMP Of SOU DOTy ? T GOAD A HOOPLE Television- Ton ite. Tomorrow WMCT. Memphis. Channel 5 SATURDAY NIGHT, JAN. 31 - 6:00 Juniper Junction 6:30 My Hero 7:00 All Star Hcvue 8:00 Show of Shows • 9:30 Abbott & Costello 10:00 News 10:10 Weather 10:15 Big Picture 10:45 Jackie Gleason 11:45 Balance Your Budget 12:15 News 12:30 Sign Off SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1 10:50 Previews & News « 0 This is the Life 0 Candv Carnival i-i.J) Quiz Kids 12:30 Frontiers of Faith 1:00 Burns Si Allen 1:30 Beulah 2:00 Victory at Sea 2:30 Future Unlimited 3:OD Roy Rogers 3:?0 Ozzle ft Harriet 4:00 Lone Ranger 4:30 Gene Autry 5:00 Meet the Press 5'M Slim Rhodes 5:55 News * '6:00 Red Skclton 6:30 Mr. Peepers • 7:03 Comedy Hour' g_;00 TV Playhouse 9:00 Stu Envin 9:30 Favorite Story 10:00 I Love Lucy 10:30 News 10:40 Weather 10:45 Toast of Town Ilr'5 What's Your Trouble ' 1°:00 News 12:15 Sicn Off ' j_-' MONDAY, FEBRUARY i ' 7:0»'Today :7'35 News v 7:30 Today 7:55 News < 8:00 Totta: 8:55 News •8:30 Today 8:55 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:15 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 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:30 10:00 10:45 10:55 11:00 11:30 12:00 12:10 Ding Dong School TV Shopper Ask Washington Strike It Rich Storyland Eisenhower's Slate of Union Msg News Garry Moore Guiding Light Arthur Godfrey Homemakers Program Big Payoff Welcome Travelers Kate Smith Hawkins Falls . Gabby Hayes Howdy Doody Berl Olswanger News Sports . ' Weather. Film Featurette Ha r toons Evening Serenade News Those Two News Caravan Paul Wlnchell Howard Barlow Cisco Kid Robert Montgomery Who Said That Wrestling News ' Weather Man Attainst Crime Suspense News : Sign Off Dogs' sight Is Inferior to that of man in that they are color blind. . PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Guaranteed Best Prices Kirby Druq Storet 1 ATTENTSON FARMERS Be sure to have your COTTONSEED and SOYBEANS TESTED For GERMINATION. Woodson-Tenent Laboratories Licensed Grain Inspectors 812 West Ash St. Blytheville, Ark. Search for a Hero ByThoimsHalPhillipi Bt/TTOEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEW! T. M. F!»[. U. 8, f»t- OH. Cap/. I9S3 b r HtA S.r,!« "It seems ages, Marie—Truman was~Presfdent when I got my last permanent!'* STU D E B A.KE R SENSATIONAL CAR & TRUCK BUYS! "CERTIFIED" Used Cars & trucks '51 Ply. - $1495 '47 Dodge $295 Cranbrook 4-dr. '49 Chev -$995 2-Tone 4-Dr. '49 Chev - $995 2-Dr. Blue , '49 Ply.--$995 4-dr. '48 Ply.--$795 4-dr. '49 Chev - $995 2-dr. Black '48 Ford - $795 •4-Dr.' Grey- '48 Ford-$895 4-Dr. Maroon Ton Stk. '41 Ford - $195 2 Dr. '51 Stude $1095 Ton '50 Stude $895 14 Ton '51 Stude $1095 IV, Ton '49 Dodge $895 1J5 Ton "47 Chev - $445 Ton Stake '42 Ford - $245 / H Ton CHAMBLIN SALES Co. "Your Friendly Studebak'er Dealer" Phone 6888 2 Big Lots at Ash & Roil road Open Saturday Nite Til 9 H. C. DAVIS, Sales Mgr. SALESMEN • Jimmy Hndson • Jo* T. RobtrtMn • Ercy William! STUDEBAKER xxxi I heard the first sound of . 1 ^^'ng surged in me I thought: Everything Is go >1° * a " u' ight - M ? b «k wa to the door but I turned enough ' see Mama's And hand ^n the doorway, she ford?" . "No. Me . . .'. "Oh, law! lawl I had a presentment you'd be here." Biil she waited, holding her hand back o " did not !la ^i, ui u nol siam icn she came, and standing bei ™& hu «S ed and kissed i low^dld you get here?"' «nt a. station i "The wagon." J efore°th a t B lr n a'° nrd J °V' d ^ her * iround the couch and sat down in a chaur at the end of the colTee :"?£,. JS," ."?.", hurl are you?" ' , n LT S yte becnuse ' h** 3 "' 0 because wouid what she home, I was thin . ," Don \ you wor ry about it. I can , tell you here and now t nevpr ^ I Peeled you to get back a-tall." She (looked at the crutch at the end o( ,tlie couch, and then at tf ie bunch [of honeysuckle. "Whcre'd you get 'On Walker Mountain^ It's all ir you." " L » w -, bc j n tn the middle at it rr.j'self aU day and never broke a ?£ rig ' m°n re iusl more thoughlful than Wallace and William-I'm not saying to their back what I wouldn't say to tb«Lr face." • -They home?" ••They're coming tonight. -••~.r *t ruining lomgnt. I thought they mighl already be |M I* NU J«mc,, . didnt »lro to com*. Bu your daddy's all up in the air- thinks they're about to be drafted And then the talk's goirif around that Lambert's going to get bea for Congress, which has got your - open the daddy upset all over again, and she was fully y° u r Uncle Richard too. He was "Ben- eoing.to see Lambert last night, or today, your Uncle was. And your daddy was off on some kind of deal, but he said he'd meet the train, thinking you and them two would be on it I've not opened my mouth about any of this and I'm not going to, but I've got a strong presentiment when they ust all day Sunday for politics the Lord's going to vote against whoever they're politicking for, congressman or not And to cap it all—on Easter Sunday. I'm going to go call Johnnie Mae and tell her to come help with the night wcrk. You Just wait; 1 know jhe'U come. She wants that flowordy print with the little red do-dads and it's anvw.iv too little for rr* . . * LISTENING, I followed her steps to the enc of the porch, then heard her voice, not too loud carrying: "Oh, Johnnie Mac?" "Yessum . . .* "Could you come op here and help me awhile?"' "Yessum ... I guess so .. ."Listen, if you'll h u r r y—you know what you've been wantin?" "Yejwum . . ." "If you'll hurry, I'll gi vc that o,you." , • "Yessum .. .* "You know who's here?" "Nome . . ." "We've got a soldier boy up here ust dying for some fried chicken " "Wellum . . ." Mama sal dow.i again. "I went to the sunrise service this morn- ng »nd Brother Molock handed own ilgh • termon straight ft;om or but i on go into tha: -=>-- ' • • -"• ' -«u go mio in ater. Tell me abou the war " .. 1 ** tack i*«m*r tea* Read Courier News Classified Ads. \ thought. I'd have more to tell jf I'd stayed longer." • • • gHE reached over «nd touched my . cast. "That Wade blood come m handy over there, I can bet Well, you don't want to talk about It, but I want to hear.- Do you blame me?" No." Your Uncle Willieam wrote good loiters. Not any better'n yours, but still mighty good. And 1 d try to picture just, how « was ... and with you too. I could see you out there flghlin' with Tom your and Coke Mott killed each other But I got al: mixed up as to how It was: in the woods or fields or m the streets or on the seashore 1 can t picture that part of it. But listen: they cleaned ofT Tuscumbia graveyard this spring and I went down there. I never saw the like °f people, a' whole crowd from here. I took,a hoe. Lo and behold who should come up to me while I was cleaning around Litlle Tom's frave except Coke,Moll's widow. I Just slood there, thinking to myself I'd let her break the ice— which she did, and with no bush- beatmg. She said, -Verdie, all these years ain't wiped it out, has 117' And I said, 'No, Flcelie, I reckon not. Sr.e reached down lo undo a saw brier caughl in her slocking ft was a pily the way we let that jraveyard grow up In milkweeds and saw briers and inch-a-nfght. It was a sad day,' she said, 'and hey once thought as much of each i other as two men ever did. Verdie lon't you know they wished they lad it to do over.' Wilh that she larled to scrape around Little Tom s tombstone, and she helped me clean the whole grave Why I reckon it was the first time I'd poke to Flcctie Molt in 25 year, took a little lunch along, and she did loo. Well, we eal'together— he took parl of mine and me part !>t hers. Down by that old spring Ve talked and talked, just like -leithcr Coke nor Litlle Tom was lead, and I wished you'd been here to hear it. She remembered hings I didn't and I remembered hings she didn't . . . and we gath- red some violets and put 'cm on their graves...." 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UPSTAIRS NOW! lEA-SY USFA HYPNOTIZE- X ~WMTM UV tvc* TUiAi ' g*^<£? ^^"A "^WTOS^- &^$SW& s0 £gg! )SBS™«avJ»T CON- CASES LIKE TYKE'S, MJD THINKS HE YOU'RE T1RED...SO \ie(Z.Y TIRED.-ALL VOU WAHJT IO SLEEP.,. <kUP YOU'RE GETTING DRO_WSY.,.CMJ H*RDLV WUE EYES OPEN-. .. ASLEEP! OP6U WUR eves' 'ze ON (K TRMM BOUND Fo YORK.., BUT VOt/RB UP5ET BECWJSE THE STUDIO SUSPENDED W .._ CENTRATE ON MV eve*. AUDIO THINK. I'VE BEEN SENDING HEY,CepRIC/AIN'T YA FINISHE 5PEEP IT UP.' PETUN!A'LU BE IN VEK A GQOP VVORKE!?, Sg Pff UP/ WHAT JOB VA NVANT MS T'PONOW? ANY MINUTE/ TT"/

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