The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 16, 1954 · Page 9
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MONDAY, AUGUST, 16, 1954 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE NINE OUR BOARDING HOUSE — with Major HoopU OUT OUR WAY By J. ft. Williams TMEfitE'* V TH % F1REMAM FICKLE 1ATT, DANilEL CONJDRey 8RU5H/ $<2Me VJAY OUT W3TSAVASB CREATURE CCOUCKBD TO "DANIEL f THAT'S OMLVA THIRTY YEARS TOO - • - --~ - "V ' I NJE£D MONEY, . . .. BUf NOT FOR. PLAY- THERE, MRS- INS MOWER. DUOC HO63S— TO THAT JUNIOR. MjCe^ Of U-&OMB 'i WANWA / TOD lO ASK. LIVE To SPEND /-i U|KX ' MRS, M068S/ SME- WANTS A BABY SITTER. FOR. LITTLE HORATIO NELL BE LARD/ ALL YOU Ve DOME THIS SUMMER IS HAM6 AROUMDTH& MOUSe/ WHY DOMTTOUDO SOMETHIM& WITH XOURSELF? Television — Tonight Tomorrow — WMCT Channel 5, It WHBQ Channel 13 WHBQ cnanneJ IS Monday Night, Aug. 1« 6:00 Burns and Allen 6:30 Talent Scouts 7:00 Public Defender 7:30 Traveltime 8:00 Suzpmer Theatre S:00 Liberace 9:30 Encore Theatre 10:00 Weather 10:05 News 10:15 Late Show Tuesday, August 17 6:00 Morning Show 7:55 News 8:00 Garry Moore 8:30 Arthur Godfrey 9:30 Strike it Rich 10:00 Valiant Lady 10:15 Love or Life 10:30 Search for Tomorrow 10:45 Guiding Light 11:00 Kitchen Magic 11:25 News 11:30 Welcome Travelers 12:00 Robert Q. Lewis 12:30 House Party 1:00 Big Payoff 1:30 Lady of the House 1:45 Bob Crosby 2:00 2:15 '2:30 3:00 3:15 4:30 5:00 5:30 5:45 6:00 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:05 10:15 Brighter Day Secret Storm. On Your Account Portia Faces Life Early Show Western Theatre Mars Patrol News Summer Holiday Flash Gordon. Made in U.S.A. Meet Millie Steel Theatre Blue Angel Danger Danny Thomas Weather News Late Show WMCT Channel 5 Monday Night, Aug. 16 6:00 Droodles 6:30 Voice of Firestone 7:00 TV Recital Hall 7:30 Robert Montgomery 8:30 Badge 714 9:00 The Duke 9:30 News 9:45 Clete Roberts 10:00 Wrestling 10:30 News 10:40 Weather 10.45 Adventure 11:00 Film Feature 11:45 Sign Off Tuesday, August 17 5:50 Meditation 6:00 Today 6:25 News 6:30 Today 6:55 News 7:00 Today 7:25 News 7:30 Today 7:55 News 8:00 Ding Doug School 8:30 A Time To Livt 8:45 Three Steps to Heaven 9:00 Home Show 10:00 The Bob Smith Show 10:30 Shopping at Home 11:00 Storyland 11:15 Photoquiz 11:30 Homemakers Program 12:00 News 12:15 Farm News 12:30 Channel Five Club 1:00 One Man's Family 1:15 Golden Windows 1:30 First Love 1:45 Concerning Miss Marlowe 2:00 Hawkins Falls 2:15 Bride & Groom 2:30 Betty White Show 3:00 Pinky Lee Show 3:30 Howdy Doody 4:00 Berl Olswanger 4:15 Armchair Adventure 4:30 Secret Chapters 4:45 Captain Video 5:00 Slim Rhodes 5:15 Interesting Person. 5:25 Weatherman 5:30 World of Mr. Sweeney 5:45 News Caravan 6:00 Midwestern Hayride 6:30 Arthur Murray 7:00 Summer Playhouse 7:30 Top Plays of the Year 8:00 Truth or Consequences 8:30 Biff Baker 9:00 Mr. District Attorney 9:30 Newg 9:45 Clete Roberts 10:00 To be announced 10:30 News 10:40 Weather 10:45 Adventure 11:00 Film Feature 11:45 Sign off EXPERT WATER PUMP REPAIR Hubbard Hardware Phone Z-2fl5 Copr. 1S54 by NEA Strvk*. Inc. T. M. R» t . U- S. !>«_ Off. 'I like the farm, but dad wants me home—the day after 1 left for the summer two of mom's uncles marched into my room'." "Says she'll work for nothing—wants to learn the restaurant business!" Bicycle Parts Complete Stock Parts & Accessories General Hardware And Appliance Co. 108 W. Main Phone 3-4585 Pigskin gloves will remain soft If you add a few drops of glycerine to the last water in which you rinse them. The Pine Tree shilling xvas struck in the 17th century. An International Whaling Com- mission restricts the hunting of whales. Choreography is the art of composing or arranging: dances or ballets. Ancestry of the Aztec Indians is unknown. Five per cent of the population have "colored hearing"—on hearing certain tones invariably * specific color comes to their minds, according to the Encyclopedia Britannica. WE BUY USED FURNITURE PHONE 3-3122 Wade Furn. Co. TRUSSES EXPERTLY 1 FITTED 2 Price KIRBY DRUG STORES BIG WATERMELONS ICE COLD 21/2C Lb. — Hot 2c Lb. PEACHES & PLUMS $2.29 Bushel Red Triumph POTATOES No. 1 A Size .. Ibs. POTATOES 100 $^50 Peck LB.f 2 BIYTHEVIU i c CURB M4RKET Main St.Wholesale or Retail POLIO AGAIN ON RAGE Throughout The Country and in Mississippi County Polio insurance including Cancer and 10 other-dread diseases only $10.00 a year for the entire family. See or Call "Dee" at United Insurance Agency, 111 West Main or Phone 3-6812 Blytheville. Authorized Frigidaire Service Household-Commercial and Air Conditioning Adams Appliance Co. Phone 2-2071 XXXVI Milo was dressing, Dawn invited me to sit <3own on the sofa in their apartment "Well, what do you rthink?" she asked. "Is it to be insurance, or -where your heart •really lays?" "If you put it that way, there iis only one answer, so far as I jam concerned, but there is Betty Jane and my solemn promise." "Why don't you call her up? [Now look, Honeyboy, my womanly intuition tells me that she ididn't send you all the way out [here, especially when insurance jisn't so hot, unless she was giving with some ideas such as only women can give with. She has imet her Frankenstein and wants (to go on living with it. Well, iHoneyboy, it is even visible to wie that you are no insurance •salesman, and if I know your (Betty Jane, it is visible to her 'twice over, which it would b« to *ny woman. But that is women dfor you—always wanting to make •over the men they marry. Me iputting mustaches on Milo and your wife trying to make you iinto a salesman. But with wom- i*n, we know when we are buckling the wrong horse." "You mean you made a mistake too?" I asked. "You should have them mus- ftaches goring you," she came back, for which I had no answer. "I'll put through a call," she went on. "And while we are waiting let me tell you what you are to say. First of all, don't mention me, but say that Milo has offered you $300 for a bout here next week. That's more than the spot calls*for, but money talks awful loud to women who are wondering where the next payment is coming from. Strictly on a business basis 1 wouldn't do it, out you can also nave the tiurd-floor Apollo Restaurant m Cleveland to live in, rent free." I objected, "But you said you wanted me near Milo." "Isn't Cleveland near?" she wants to know. "Why, you can run over in the plane any time. Besides which, it is vacant." She dialed the operator while she went on talking to me. "Thirdly," she began, and I realized how alike she and Betty Jane were, except she used figures, and Betty Jane goes into alphabets, but they add up just the same. "Thirdly, if she brings up any arguments, which she may, but solely for effect, tell her that wrestlers are not like boxers—nobody ever needs to hold benefits for them." Well, suddenly there was Betty Jane at the other end of the line, and Frederika shouting, "Hello, Daddy, you could of thrown the both of them." * * • T KNEW she didn't mean Milo, but the two fellows who wrestled before I took my bow. I said, "Did you and Ma realize that when I was looking in the TV it was right at you?" "We sure did," she screamed. "Could you hear when I gave Milo the royal raspberry?" I realized then that Frederika did not understand the principles of television and it is strictly a one- way proposition and not like tht telephone, but Betty Jane was on with again. "You have a nice visit Milo?" she asked. "I am her* in his palatial apartment right now." "Give him my love," she said, just like that. "He owns a piece of most oi the places he wrestles in. Also » two-motor, eight-pasienger plane and * limousine." "I am glad to hear he is doing so well. It is too bad you save up wrestling as we might at least toabteto TV set." There was a bitter sound in her voice, which I couldn't figure, as she was the one who had made me give a solemn promise, but I have found that with women it is better to go along with their way of think- ng without pointing out certain facts, especially when they are in the wrong. "Milo has made me a proposition, which I feel duty-bound to tell you about, although I have already toid him that you will not agree." "Why, dearest, I do not see how you can say that. You are practically accusing me of trying to stand in your way, which I wouldn't for the world. What is the proposition?" I didn't think myself that I could do such a good job of diplomacy, but it shows how you learn just by living. ' "THERE is an open spot on next week's bill, which he can put me in. It won't pay very well as it is only a preliminary; because Milo thinks I would have to get back into competition slowly, if you should be willing." "How much will it pay." I knew by her voice she was get^ ting interested. "Three hundred dollars, and I could wrestle two-three times a week, once I got back in harness. Besides, Milo has a five-room apartment over one of his restaurants that I can have free." "It is strictly a decision you will have to make for yourself," she started, in the way she does when she is getting ready to say "Let's be reasonable" next, but she couldn't get that far without busting out. "Darling what will we do with all the money?" Which proves I had done a good selling job on her and I wouldn't have to bother any more with little flbs about Mr. ZtiftniuM'i policy. Well, the rest is history, ai everybody knows—tvec the folka who don't follow us, because they havt kids who do. There is on* thing about watching either Milo or me over TV—both of us appeal ; to the elephantile mind, which [new forget*. Regardless of condition, we will take in your old heating equipment and pay you up to $40.00 for it when you buy a FLOOR FURNACE that fits in the floor and circulates warmth and comfort. NfW WAU HEATER that fits in the wall. Take* n« room •pace. Safe, dean. DOWN PAYMENT )4 MONTHS IASY JHA PATMtNT$ NO C.M. Smart F E Thrifty Shoppers Buy Smart Furniture 6LQOAW OLD PLACE, > I 'SNT IT? BUT FT ALWAYS FASCINATED ,\\E« ^fjf THEKE/WHATfeE BEEN (THAT WAS > 7-'', '" j f - - ' I HOME AGAIN i NOTHING LIKE AND I'M ALL UNLOADED REST ED UP. 1 ,TO SET A HUSBAND THOUSWT THIS WHO DREAMS-UP THAT STUFF? WELL, CONTINUE TESTIFV THERE'LL B£ NO TESTlFyifOe TOMORROW ANt7 f5£T 6OME WELL, Y 50METHIMG fl&EPWEli IM » POTTED«A A JAM! r WANT A FAKE ROS OW )BcR.V 5TA56D, U ANDANACCIDBI YOUR WMD / MUST HAPPEM TO M 6RANDFATHE THI5 TIAAE is^, IN THE ' ~~ NEVER NMNDl COWS OM...IU. PROP YOU OFF HOWS. THEW GOT 8USIUE55 SO-WHATKINDAMAN- .BEHOLD THE 7AW,TWAtfNT THE ONLY ONE | NUTHlN.-I JUST ISN'T HE \5CRAWNY ) WELL, YEAH JH «S IT GOT WOMAN BEAUTIFUL HUNGRY- / I AM HUNGRY \ WHO LETS HIM GO LOOKING/ ALL RieHT, BUT L HONfiRY? LOLJT/V GOSH, I BUNT /^- - rr f LITTLE BRLlNNEHILCeV LUCKT IN COMBAT' j INS THAI 1 CASE , IT PAY I WONDS? WHAT TWE WILD WAVES O? MDU5 DRESSING 3COM FO? > A ^M^4L^^=

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