The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 6, 1956 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, January 6, 1956
Page 9
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 6,19M BLTTREVILLE (ARK.) COURIER MEWS PAGE NIKS iy J. R. William. OUT OUR WAY OUR WARDING HOUSE — with Meier CHILD'S . ea ITU WACMIN8 /ABE "rOO SpMMAjr HOW A000T FES6Z6 TO «/ SOME OP THAT THAT 6POT, UNCLE ANOS ? cocr ie> «T me «BL OF THESE I ---Buri wJow we 0 6Y THAT SMil* DACM BA6ttY'S FACE/ IT WAS, A Nir AMP TUCK BATU£.'«MHT FINAL WHISTLE/ HOWTflEHKSM I EXACTLY SCHOOL ftaSKET&AU. TeAM I WHAT THE MADE our oven AT J SCORBT WAS — Televiiion — Tonight, Tomorrow — WMCT Channel 5, & WHBQ Channel 13 WMCt Channel I Friil»? Nliht; ]>n. I 6:00 Wild Bill Hickok 6:30 Xddle Usher 6:45 News Caravan 7:00 Truth or Consequences 7:80 LUe ot Blley • 8:00 Big Story . 8:30 Stories of tht Century 9:00 Cavalcade of BporW 9:45 Confederates 10:00 Tour Esso Reporter 10:15 Badge 714 10:45 Weather 10:50 Mystery Theatrs 11:15 -Tonight ll:00 Sign Off Saturday, Jan. T 8:00 News * Meditation. 8:15 Story time 8:30 Mr. wizard f.OO Children's Corner' fl:30 Pinky Lett 10:00 Fury ' 10:30 Pride of the Southland 11:00 Choose TJp Sides 11:30 Terry and the • Pirates 12:00 Rough Riders 1:00 Adventure Theatre 2:00 Pro Basketball Game 4-.00 Cartoon jCsmlvol • 4:30 Afternoon Movie 5:30 Father Knows Best' 6:00 It's » Great Life 8:30 Big Surprise 7:00 Perry Como ,8:00 People Are Funny. 8:30 Jimmy Durante " 9:00 George Oobel 9:30 Tour Hit Parade 10:00 The Millionaire 10:30. The Vlae 11:00 Mystery Theatre 11:30 Drama Theatre 12:00 Sign Off, WHBQChannel 13 Friday Mint, Jan. 6 6-.00 Little Rascals. 6:30 Annie Oakley 7:00 Ozzlf * Harriet 7:30 Crossroads 8:00 Dollar A' Second « 30 T B A 9:0ff Confidential Flit 9:30 Damon RiinyOu ' Theatre 10:00 News 10:05 Weather 10:10 Les Paul and Mary Ford 10:15 Late Show 11:SO Weather : Saturday, • January 7 8:00 For Tour Information '• . t-.3t> -Bellevue.. Baptist Church . : 10:00 captain Midnight 10:30 Tales'of Texas Rangers 11:00 Andy's Gang . -11:30 Autry — Rogers 12:30 Cartoon Capers 13:45 Tops •:•,••, 1:00 Saturday Show .. ' 4:00 Buffalo Bill, Jr. 4:30 Mark .Saber v - S:00-Top• Ten -Dance •• Party' .•• • •••'•' ", 6:30 Dztrk Jubilee 7:00 Grand Ole Opry 8:00 Lawrence Welk 9 :OQ Mlllllon Dollar Movie 10:30 Les Paul and Mary Pord 10:35 Classic Theatre WARNING ORDER IK THE CHANCERY COURT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNT*, ARKANSAS Bill Berkley,-Pitt. - •-•'?• vs. No; 13,195 Juanita S. Berkley, Dft. ; The defendant, Juanifa S. Berkley, is 'hererjy 'warned to appear within thirty "days in the, court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of "the plaintiff. Bill Berkley. Dated this 29th day of Decem- ber, IMS. SEAL GEBALDINE LISTON. Clerk. By DONNA SIMMONS, D. C. Elbert Johnson, Atty. ' 12/30-^/6-13-30 FIRST U.S. MINISTER John Adams was one of the commissioners who negotiated the Treaty of Peace with Great Britain, and was the first minister to that country from the United States. . ' • . Tribal Suit* EMPORIA, Va. (fi — "Arrows field," home. of Dr. and Mrs. James R. Hennlng near here was once a camping' ground for '.' the Meherrin . Indians. '; Should .their ghosts • return they might feel at home. The Hennings, have seven wooden arid three' metal cigar store Indians in their home. RENT FLASH CAMERAS MOVIE CAMERAS Complete Selection of Fltwh Bulbs, Polvroid Film, Colot Film, Movie Film BARNEY'S DRUG STORE . Ph. J-3447 WE'VE GOT IT! -: 6y«r 33,000 -,' \ different item* in stock! HUBBARD HARDWARE TUB fTORTi •Mco««t«r wlik whale, sreea Bte •t th« Ohl*' erew. crrow frtch eae s» •«•«« « ea Pint Mate Bleaur OHW uti a •araoeaer. Ca»i. J«re«l IValsa ManM alautdf far not Oapv'a aavlce *o aval - " MR. W1LSOH »«t Mr. Finnfe bad ranged shoulder to shoulder before the cabin table. They regarded Naish with the open oon- Itempt Wilson had previously ehown him. "What nowr Mr. Wilson said, -You're <Ue( oOccr," IWib nrid. "Mr. Finoie'f MOM* »od Mr. Botowick's third.' ! "But you- don't know your panU trom" your foot about 'whale." Mr. Finnic Mid, His eyes •quinted in a glance that was as •nalevolent i» scornful. "Why Won't >ou put tato Bahta or Rio «nd beath iybuneU-and get a •kippir whel; abh ' tor ** •vorkT" . •;-••.'-•,••:.. .... ; ".Don't speak to the matter sot" Mr. Bothwkk laid paniooately. "Jt bordert on mutiny." "Pipe down, you iwab," Mr. Finni* said. ' Naish stopped him by the inflection of hit voice alone. "Mister, 1 ' he said, "my knowledge of whaling equali youn of navigV tion, although you're tuppottd to know both'.' The Mine applM;46 you, M?." Wilton'.-: °Ahd when next we sight whale, 1 propose to take a boat away myself. I shall learn, with or, without jour help." ' .':" •'•'•'.••'• ' '.'•. ' ••'. Nalsh went on deck. Down in the waist, Ollphant aided by Titcomb was chailns Alberoarle Morrow from bulwark .»0 bulwark. The petty officer! wen armed with barrel itavei. It.wai obviously a continuation of what had none on before when the har- pWNMn hot larrup* the grea«. hORK who had gone batcn*- in Mr. Cupp's boat. Morrow bad often been the butt of Oliphant's and Titcornb's good-natured baiting, but now their blows hurt, aod they had fait him hard enough to draw blood through the seat of hie slops trousers. He halted very suddenly on the deck and his peculiarly shaped head was ibowed and his arms were spread. He resembled a heifer that had been plagued too long by Sit*- Naish expected him to bellow, to wave horns, ind tail. Morrow instead said oalmly, "Leave off, the two of yov. Mr panti won't take more, sod my patience i« gone." "Then one tor your noggtn'," Otiphant said, and made the mistake of stepping within Morrow's reach. Morrow kicked' Urn high on the thigh; he simultaneously clipped him across the jugular with the flat of hit hand. The carpenter'! kniii smgted. the stave feu out of has hand and he collap«e4 witK; a thump up against the fore side of th* galley houK. ; Mbrrow'pick*t •*> the stave while Titcomb hit him viciously over the head twice. He straightened, bunking "Have t» hit harder than that to make a barrel which'll hold oil, cooper," he said. a • • TITCOMB backed up a stride and looked njdewayi for support amoDg' tht other, petty officers gathered by the: galley. . Take him," Tatem said. "Sute," Titcomb said. But then he began to run forward.- Mor- row''didnt chaw him; he threw the rtav* and it caught Titcomb behind the knees. Titcomb sprawled, lay quivering. Morrow wtnt forward at a slow pace. He rolled the cooper over and •lapped with hit thick-filmed hand, "Hurt me a good bit, countryman, • he Mid. "So here't for my right buttock and here'! for tlM 14ft. Matey wai in tar moth- er's milk, else 1 would rattle your cranium a bit also." .•. ' . "Morrow!" Jered Naish calfed from Uw quarter deck. "Come aft!" , ."• ....•-'-'" The fat man obeyed ; with • a falsely abashed look. A smart rooster, Naish thought "We lost: a harpoooer today as .you weH reckon, Morrow. In future, I'm taking a boat away and I'll need a man to heave the iron for me. D' you think you can do as well with whale as you have with the carpenter and the cooper?" "Let me try the iron, sir," be said, "and I'll drive it home like a shaft of lightning." "I'm given to believe you," Naish said. "Take your gear out of the fo'c'sle. You'll live aft." 'And sleep in a' dead man's bunk, sir?" Morrows eyes dilated. "That's aH right," Naish said, aware that all of the crew OB deck listened. "Diego's, where he won't mind. Neither should you." At night and in. starlight mott- ly, Arbemarle Morrow practiced hurling a harpoon. Naish accompanied him, and when the man tired :took possession' of the weapon himself. ' Their targets were the dolphins who had been with the ship for i NAISH wai fascinated by Ms own Bret capture, but more elated by Morrow's success. From ' the respectful glances that both Tatem and Kitchen and the tyro senior mates had begun to give Morrow, they must have recog- niied that the fat man had the skill ef a real harpoooer. Naish turned hit thought to the boat and the crew to man tt. There still existed, he knew, the deep dislike of him by the two senior mates. On the BratU Bank!, their crews hadnt acttd too badly, /and at least hadnt proven themselves cowards. So the men hid taken pretty much the same attitudfaa their, com- manden. They had ao use tor Purdy, Simpson and'Post, often picked fights with tfcara in toe fo'c'ile. ,..• ' • '• .•. '' ••. • That limited hli choice to tht lot who had been cowardly wnOf! under Mr. Cupp'i command. ' <T* Bt Ctt)au.M4> erooriing.. I'm being polite and letting him pick out his own cookie*!" "Why don't you try something _ . George? The baby sitter say« he go«« to sleef wtien- ing her practice b«n«*r WARNING OBDEB IN THE CHANCEBT COUBT. CHICKASAWBA DISTBICT, MISSISSIPPI COBNTIT, ARKANSAS Annie Lucille Floyd, Pltf. vs. No. 13,183 Minar K. C. Floyd- Dft. The defendant, Mlnar K. C, Floyd, is hereby:'warned to' appear within ; thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Annie Lucille. Floyd. battd : $us aOU> day ol December, 1965: ' . -^ SEAL •'.-. ••-•.-:•• . GEBALDINE LISTON, Clerk. ' By DONNA SIMMONS, D, C. Claude F. Cooper, Atty. for Pltfr Ed B. Coolc, Atty. Ad. Litem. . -•• • 12/23-30-1/M3 WABNINO OBDEB IN THE CHANCEBV COUBT, CHICKASAWBA DISTBICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, • ' ARKANSAS' ' '' John C. Ragsdale, Pltf. vs. No. 13,JM Billie Jo Bean Ragsdale, Dft. The defendant, Billie 'Jo" Beaa Ragsdale, is hereby warned to ftp-, pear within'thirty days-in toe court named in the'caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plain- Dated this 20th day of December, 1355. , . --, -'!">- -, , SEAL' •• ' •. • GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk. By DONNA SIMMONS, D. C. W*rd:.& Ward, :Attys. for'.Pltf. Claude. F. Cooper, Atty. Ad. Lltem. . =". . 13/23-30-1/6-13 Read Courier News Classified Ads. Kirby Drug Store '$"750 For Your Old ' ELECTRIC RAJSOR m A new EemlnftoB, Sehick, Subeait, Bensoa er Noreloe EXPERT . WATER PUMP REPAIR;, Hubbard Hardware. Phone 1-JS1I RADIATOR WORK . • Boiled Out • Repaired • Flo Tested • Re-cored , AIX WORK GUARANTEED GROVER'S RADIATOR WORKS Uke An. fb. J-MS1 HIAtING MRS. H. L. HARP tuw.fMsnt nwawi-tiU I 8 2 CALLS FCC »AE TO SWI WISH YOU HADNT DOWE THAT/ NO, AND I'W NOT SONS TO AO L», EITWEe.^ ALL RI5HT,SdMETHNe STDLeN-AWSS , »Y CLIMT H.UESHALL. WHATS MEXT QM OU? SCWENSEB HUNT LIST ?-: ME ANt> STUART ARE SOIMS DOWN 'DEAD MAN'S LI II t |l i IT'S * v s 1 YOU FRIGHTFULLY ) (MUST BE DANGEROUS /> AWFUL BRAVE.' THAT'S THE HARDEST, MEANEST.' RISKIEST HILL IN V' AMD WE KNOW.. SHOT AT OOSE RAN6E, FLINT FAUS TO THE FLOOR, AND... SWEETHEARTS '5HOULPSOOUT sou THMK so, , MISS Ui«*JS? life ffOSS RCAWJTIC THAT-- /-L'CAUSE WE 1 ^ (WENT DOWN IT) - ^YESTERPAYA/ LIKB TQ SEE THE ME5: WOT OPIMIONM?P OLD COOT WOULD »MkE IF HE R6N.LY HAP TO DRAW WHAT*. WASTE OF TIME SUBTLE BEAUTY' OF MV WORK. W BLIMP SCKWLER OF CHILDISH OOOPLE&l HMM..,Pr\TAKEy U*£P TO V COME TO MM<6 RMHER IMelUMIVE T. THIWK OF LITTLE OIL 5TUPIE* BACK, a ACT SCHOOL! HOW HE GO 50 FAR A&TKAV? f TO DRAW SETTER THAW WOVONB IN OUR ART CLASSES I THINK WREWTIITOO STUBBORN TO TR/ TO IWDBWTAWD WHAT THE 0THK ISHOftKIMFOR BUT MTU SMO .I'VE HKP \WU WANTEP ENOUGH OF TO LSXRN MEDinME.'/BE A WXTOR. BANJO BEEN DOING |VEHl BAH! A A FINE /DESRAOING JOB! X EXPEB1ENCE! CCCTORANOA GENTLEMAN TOO, FOR PETE SAKE/ BUSS, AREN'T "rTJU AFWfllP CICERO WILL HIT VOUR NEW CAP WITH A SNOWBALL? I HAD THIS CAP MADE SP£C/AL FEE SITUATIONS LIKE THIS ! WOVlt HfTER LOOCM 1'h GO1100 TO W»n THEW. MR. SAW 1 COOtO.

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