The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 2, 1953 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 2, 1953
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MONDAY, FEB. 8, 1958 (ARK.)' COURIER NETTS PAGE ELEVEN OUR BOARDING HOUSE — with Major Hoopl* RteM. HfiP , MI6TAH MA30R Hen-Hen/ /W VJIFE TOPAZ h<l»J MAKE A DO £\'YTl-t[f3S f?L)T HAVE PUP6-—HER WOULD coAiC A A /MOMUMEMT Tip GIT OFF HIS ^ WSSt '•; MY CWJ CA6B A S ANEMIA AGSRAVATtD B/ THAT DRATTED DI6T/-~rM PRESCRIBING A LIBERAL DO5A<&e Of. FRieD.CHICKesJ yJlTH ALL -rue TRIMMINGS H6R6 / tAV<S -THIS BlU_ AND SO IJJTO ACTIOtJ — " BUT WORD./ Television- Ton ite, Tomorrow WMCT. Memphis. Channel 5 NIGHT, FEBRUARY 2 6:00 Evening Serenade 6:15 News 6:30 Those Two '6-A5 News Carnvnn '7:00 Paul Wtnchell 7:30 Howard Barlow 8:00 Cisco Kid .8:30 Hobert Montgomery -9:30 Who Said That 10:00 Wrestling 10:45 News A0:55 Weather •/I-.00 Man Against Crime 11:30 Suspense 12:00 News 12:10 Sisn Oil , TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3 7:00 Today ,7:25 News 7:30 Today '7:55 News 8:00 Today 8:25 News 8:30 Today .8:55 News 9:00 Ding Dong School 9:30 TV Shopper 10:00 Ask Washington 10:30 Strike It Rich 11:00 Storyland 11:15 Love of Life 11:30 Search for Tomorrow 11:45 Morning Meditation 12:00 News 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 •T.OO 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 10:40 10:45 11:45 12:00 12:05 Farm 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 Superman Kvening Serenade News Dinah Shore News Caravan Milton Berle Fireside Theatre Circle Theatre Two for the Money Boston Blnckie Mr. & Mrs. North News . Weather Studio One Embassy Club News Sign Off OUT OUR WAY •y J. It Willtemi FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS T. M. *•!. U. B. f rt. «f, Ctf. 1K»fc? NtA "Let's postpone that talk to th* salesmen about too much entertaining—and do you Keep any headache remedies in your desk?" PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Guaranteed Best Prices Kirby Drug Stores BILL WALKER 5K NO GREATER ENALTY FOR STRIKIWO'APEWON WEARING GIAKE* It's nil very well to look at things through rose colored -glasses; your house will never catch on fire > . . you'll never be In an automobile acchlctjj. But, insurance Is a lot safer. ANSWER There are no lawn specifically providing any greater penalty; however, as a person wearing glasses would be more likely to be Injured from a blow in Hie face, the court might take the fact Into consideration In an assault and battery case. L, W. "Uncommon Knowledge" . . . Geo. \V. Stlmpson. 14160 QlENCOE HOTEL "8 •STUDEBAKER SENSATIONAL CAR & TRUCK BUYS! "s "CERTIFIED" Used Cars & Trucks CQ LU '51 Ply.-$1495 Cranbrook 4-dr. '49 Chev - $995 Z-Tone 1-Hr. '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 '47 Dodge $295 Ui Ton Stk. '41,Ford-$195 Z Dr. '5.1 Stude $1095 Si Ton '50 Stude $895 }£ Ton '51 Stude $1095 1W Ton '49 Dodge $895 U4 Ton '47 Chev - $445 Ton Slake '42 Ford - $245 W Ton o CHAMBLIN SALES Co —^ VV'-^our Friendly Stud^baker Dealer" Phone' 6888 ^" 7 Big Lots or Ash & Railroad I/I Open Saturday Nile Til 9 H. C. DAVIS, Sales Mgr. SALESMEN • Jimmy Hudson • Joe T. Robertson • Ercj Willbmn STUDEBAKER Read Courier News Clajssified Ads. Search for a i By Thomas Ha! Phillips Hero K / xx xn got up and went to the ^dining-room doorway. "They's Plymouth Rocks out there y big' enough to try. You take you some corn bread out I; and pick up one. Now don't .'pullet ... I want to save all |l pullets." urn," Johnnie Mae replied, heard the train (hen, pull- irough the Cut. passing the liaU a minute later; anrl the inci of the whistle seemed : the room. IVnie Mae?" -im." and see who's here." l;3me to the dining-room |' and waited, smiling She was very talL y, Johnnie Mae." ['you, Mista Don?" Sh« S\v, deep way of speaking Ije her sound like an' old fonc give you up fer dead, ! ag' " _nie Mae," Mama said. ~ ; 7OU milk for me? The boys eir daddy's nol here yet. , 'lis once?" -ssum." f i '>Vhon you get the chicken on, '.U me. I'll watch il while you ,o milk." "Vcssum." She went back to the kitchen. "She don't want to milk 1 —you could tell that, couldn't you?" "Yes. ma'am." "1 guess it's because we Just ask anything anytime, but I've iiever ashed one to do something 1 wouldn't dp. Now do you blame me? Don't' 1 have a right to it when I've got a boy home from the war?" "When I lift my leg, would you .fix that cushion so it doesn't touch my heel?" gHE adjusted the cushion perfectly; my heel stopped burn- Ing. "Thank you." "You can go to school now . .*." Mama began. The room was in semidarkness. For the first time she looked as 1 had always remembered her, brown, tired, resigned. But there was something new. Somewhere, something had gone wrong for Mama, bad wrong: maybe she knew what il was, but nobody would ever find out from her iipsr—it was buried so well that even she had forgotten. "I say my little plan may work out after all. No reason you can't go to college. Your Wade blooc got you through a war and it certainly ought to get ;-ou through a college, my way a-looking. You can go right along and be a doctor just like Willieam wat going to do—you two arc so much alike, ^ew, Bea, Frances, cause the rain had so much. You can just be another Grandpa Deering, and find that cure he had for T.B. Did I write you George Valley's wife died with T.B.? It was the pitifulest sight, all those children and everything. . . . No. 1 didn't write you. Lots of things like that I didn't write you. I figured you saw enough as it was. Well, it was hardly a month ago, or six weeks, about the time we got your telegram saying you wasn't killed. thai she died. It always happens when the sap starts .• sing. U> her type .anyway. The funeral was awful ... if there's anything In this world pitiful it's a motherless child. The oldest girl's just 15. I'd been saving S5 I was going to give at the Sunrise Service . . . and I just politely slipped il to that oldest girl and -old her to use il however she saw liL . . ." There was a sound in the yard. "Thai's the boys and your dadoy. That's them all right." In the mild darkness I saw Mama's throat quiver. x>wcnng her voice, she said, "Did William write you anything about Meb? ' "No." I started to hart the feeling It was not only too lale to say that but too late for so many other things as well. In another minute we would all be together agnin, face to lace in that room, and whatever was said, whatever happened hnd been decided long ago. I remembered m day when 1 was working for Uncle Lew; in the middle of the afternoon a heavy rain came. All ol us ran for the house, leaving our hoes In the Held, and huddled on the porch: Aunt Modine, Uncle Doris. Be- brought us close together, I fell that all of us ought to be laughing and talking. But nobody said a word, nol even Doris and Frances. We iusl watched the rair while time"" drowned, and I thought how If 1 had been at the other end of the rows when the cloud burst I could have dropped my hoe and run toward Mr. Tonce's house. But il was too late. k • • J COULD hear Wallace, his voice wrong in every aspect, singing his favorite tune: "T.enorft, l.cnor.l. [.ran o'er And kls* me . . ." Then William, talking loud, said. "Somebody's been here." "How do you know?" Wallace said. "Here's a fresh car track." "He ought to join the FBI— oughtn't he to. Papa?" William said, "Hello. Miss Vcrdie." "Guess who's here?" Mama said. Wallace said. "The hero. We've already heard up at the filling station he come home with a private chauflcur and medals hanging from the tail-light" The voices were suddenly hushed. I heard Mama talking, heard her call Meb's name, A warmth, almost a burning covered me: and while 1 tried to hear what was said, only the ticking of Kenny's watch reached my ears. Whatever Mcb had done, or William had done, they would have to tell me: I would not ask. That thought, that decision, was like unblemished strength flowing Into "Are, me; like eating bright, dew-wet FLOORS Laid, Sanded and Finished! • Asphalt Tile • Rubber Tile • Linoleum Tile • Inlaid Linoleum • Wall Tile Cabinet Tops Installed All Work Guaranteed Free Estimate EUBANKS and STOREY Phones 3111 — 6092 they married or something?" But I scu'ppernongs. the kind thatn'ever Mama was already In the door- stain the teeth. war, going oul to meet ihera. l| (To Be Continued) P SHUT TH' DOOR/ HE'S THINKING uf» tbOU-MAVETD eeT UP ON THE StU.TOREA.a4rr-- SOMeTHlNA BBK-LIAMT TO SAY ABOUT DD& RAWS AND STALfi . MILK/ WITH H1& VOICE THE NEIGHBOR* EWOOcjH A&OOT \JSf! UMMPH.' CRADLE!5NATCHER/ /// I I WHAT DID WE TELL YOU MR.WILSON? T><E MOAE SPEED TRAP Benefit by Reading and Using Courier News Classified Ads HE'S 4TILL POuntHb THAT 6K 6'JH AT v$, BUT HE HteH'T NOTICED THE •SHIP'S HEAT IS ,., K SCOH A$ )OU'VB FICt^BO AlE UP &Y RADAR, 6OTTA HAPPEN I SOON OK WEKE A COUPLE OF OME, COME. PRISCILLA! THAT "&UCH A DIFFICULT DECISION? 8UT WHERE WILL YOU SLEEP WELL, VERONICA, HERS'* WHERE WE »ee*J ALL OVER A6AN. THE WILY WHEW HE LEFT VBSTER- [7AY AFTERNOON-H6 FOKSOT THIS VERY MlCfi (V\AM WHO CALL6U KNEVV VCO CSUTB WELL,MK5. SCKISSLE.ANC? \\OUtC7 56E THAT vou ear THE isx&i. SOI OAvBITTDHjVl. I KMOW. 10U-D \VE5-.LPHCWEP FROM THE STW10H, >i FEW \ BOUGHT A SWML GIFT.AMD TOOK. HOUKS.THEM TA.XE Ik OkB TO THEIR. WOMS5. IT Wte A LATER TKWM./ f UU «EW6 THEM AFTER SO IHAUV VEARS! T«6V IM5I5TEP I STM OVERUISKT AMD PO5TPOUEP \ tUNDSK5rftUO.TVK6; THEIR. TRIP TO— JIM SOeRV TO MAKE B M A I=IMAL EFFORT TO RESTORE TWE'S MEWORV KVPHOTIZE& DECIDED TO Ger/RETlRED CIE- OFT THE TKMW /CDS TROUPER6 I H&D MWW£ SEEM FPMO OF. BUT ThERES A REASON WHY fOll MUST.. CH, WVfl- OOULDMT VIE HAVE BOOR \ FINISHED SENDING HIS DOCTOR ] INSTRUCTIONS BEFOCE MXMUG I TTOSe GW1EY3 CKASHEOJ HEY, LOOK! B/ GOSH I BEUEV6 DOC'S SONMA MAKE fT TO 6HOR6/ BELIEVE MB,I'M ELAD THAT'S OVEC! YVHEWJ I'VE GOT TO GET SOME NEAR ^9 A GONSEQUESKE OF STUMBUNG INTO HIS OWN TIME, DR. Y.OMMUG HAS JUST TAKEN PART IN A MAVAL BATTLE THAT HAPPENED 4OOO YEARS AGO 6TILU 0U51 PRAWN MUSTACHE* ON POSTERS, I'VE BEEN AFTER THIS ONE st\u_ iwt roust i \S KsCK ~\V\t WOWO KlO W CKWiY - VOV>t (WrXVRS H AVt Home Grown Hi-Bred Half and Half Cotton Seed $10 Per Hundred Clyde Williams Route 3 Lexington, Tenn. DELIVERY SERVICE Phone 4507 H»nrs: I a.m. to 10 p.m. with Delivery to 1 p.m. WOODS DRUG STORE . ZZI We«» Main 8t,

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