The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 22, 1954 · Page 11
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1954 OUR BOARDING HOUSE - with Major HoopU : '^\V6 A TODSH HCOti FOE): [6000 KeAVEhiS TWlSSS.'T O^feO' 00 t0 ^ Al< ? OFF ' P H&AKD MARTMA'4 SK5TMER TO^^^OK -~':OO'tZ5h fELLINlS H6E WE'D FDDMD M6 A JOg) S2£^ erD ^S^vone AS llWeCTCE IM AT066L6 BOLT ( SC ° R '^ S Wl ™ Y ° Ue FACTOEY/— IMASIM& A MAM ) \ ™*3 i~t\ TnrfY-v^ 1 ™ w SEJAIW v t PIA ~ yy=U!.y \ LITERALLY g&LTED OOVJM TO A HUMDROM TKICX YOU CAW'T Be ALLEBSIC TO TOSGLS OUT OUR WAY BLYTHEVILLB_(ARK.)_COUKIER NE\VS r J. R. Williams PAGE ELEVEN , AW THEY 5EMT TH' FtJOft GUV , TO ELLIS l&LAW TILL THEY COULD UXX UP WHERE ARAPA* " LOOK.TH' FI& •GUV t&T£Y!M GET AMC>y;& MlNJD FAR AVVAV FROM THAT FIM6EC HE'3 CbOIN'TO VAKJK . INTO JQIWT.' 1ST AIP ) / WITH TH' HELP \ 'TO J I LCOKIN' LlkE \IMP <T'I THEV'RE TKYlW / TC> AWCHOR. LIFE'S LO13ESTAAIWLJTE MEBBC NEXT YEAR. WHEN I'M <3ET A LITTLE, SENSE/' HELLO.' UP UNTiL. MOW SHE NEVER, WAS ALIVE t YOO, MOO: HELLO, MOOSE, DEAR/ Television — Tonight, Tomorrow — WMCT Channel 5, ft WHBQ Channel 13 WMCl dunne) 5 Friday Night, Oct. 22 6:00 Evening Serenade 6:15 News Reporter 6:30 Eddie Fisher 6:45 News Caravan 7:00 Jackson Carson 7:30 Life of Rlley 8:00 Big Story 8:30 Matt Clarlc 0;00 Cavalcade of Sports 9:45 Sports Highlights 10:00 Loretta Young 10:30 News 10:45 Football Predictions ll-.OO Tonight 12:00 Sign Off Saturday, Oct. 23 6:15 Meditation & News 9:30 Smllin* Ed McConnell 10:00 Mr. Wizard 10:30 Pride of the Southland 11:00 Rough Riders 12:00 Tenn. Outdoors 12:15 Pittsburgh- Northwestern 3:00 Scoreboard 3:15 South of Pago Pago - 4:45 Musical Varieties 5:00 Super Circus 5:30 My Little Margie 6:00 It's A Great Life 6:30 Lone Ranger 7:00 Mickey Eooney 7:30 Place the Face 8:00 Color — Producer's Showcase "Follies of Suzy" 9:00 George Gobel Show 9:30 Hit Parade 10:00 City Detective 10:30 The Vise 11:00 They Stand Accused 12:00 Sign 'Off *nael U Friday Night, Oct. 2* 6:00 Hartoon Time 6:15 Weather 6:20 News 6:30 Doug Edwards 6:45 Perry Como 7:00 Mama 7:30 Ray Bolger 8;00 Pepsi Playhouse 8;30 Our Miss Brooks 9:00 The Line Up 9:30 Do. You Know Why fl:35 December Bride 10:05 Weather 10:10 News 10:20 Late Show Saturday, Oct. 23 8:15 Tops '• 9:30 Wtnky Dlnfc & You 10:00 Captain MldnlRht 10:30 Abbott &. Costello 11:00 Big Top 12:00 Barker BUI 12:15 Western Theatre 1:00 Western Theatre 2:00 Western Theatre 3:00 Western Theatre 4:00 Early Show 5:00 Tennessee Jamboree 5:30 Beat the Clock 6:00 Football Roundup 6:15 Weather 6:20 News 6:30 Ozsile and Harriet 7:00 Jackie Gleason 8:00 Two for the Money 8:30 Favorite Husband g;00 That's My Boy 9:30 Stop the Music 10:00 Wrestling 11:00 Big Playback '11:15 Late Show EXPERT WATER PUMP REPAIR Hubbard Hardware Phone 2-2115 HESTER'S BEST GRADE 10 — ^ A 00 p., TON L {Plus Tax on 2 Tom or More) S. Highway 61 Phone POplar 3-3186 HCT DELICIOUSLY SEASONED WITH OUR CHILI AND CHOPPED ONIONS TAKE HOME SACK— 6 FOR $1 KREAMKASTLE T $ SAVE $$$- SEE ALVIN Before yon buy new furniture—Before you buy used furniture—Before you sell your used furniture for cash —For liberal allowance on ,trade-ins . . . You Will Be Glad You Did ! ! ALVIN HARDY FURNITURE CO. 113 E. Main St. Blytheville, Ark. Phone POplar 2-2302 SUSPECT XXII TVANCY and Miss Wisler sat on opposite sides.of a small sunroom that overlooked the lake. Dunn was not at all sure he liked the changes in Miss Wister. Certainly contact With the Carlsons had made her quite different from the efficient fixture in the outer office of the Pine Detective Agency. Perhaps his past opinions had been colored by Miss Wister's past performances. He could never forget her loyalty, the things she had done. Yet her obvious lying, the viciousness of her temper in the attack on Mrs. Gelstrap, made her an obvious suspect if the death of Angelica proved other than accidental. Sheriff Agnes said, "Do you want to add anything to your previous statement, Miss Wis- tcr?" She had reassumed her formal, sheriffs role. "No. I don't think so." "Perhaps you will change your mind when I tell you the Denver police have searched your apartment?" A flood of color crept up Miss Wister's neck, made her ruddy cheeks even redder. "You had no right to do that." She did not raise her voice, looked down at the clenched hands in her lap. Yet even without bodily motion it was evident that every muscle was tense, that she waited for a blow she still hoped would not come. "The Denver police were very much interested in your photographs," Agnes went on inexorably. Miss Wister shot an agonized glance in Dunn's direction. "Perhaps Mr. Dunn con tell us more about them?" the sheriff went on. She looked across the room toward Nancy. !!c s.nld. "M'ss Wister had not d...jusscd her taste in photography with m*," "Odd,"'Sheriff Agnes snapped, 'because you are the subject of them all." "Not odd at all," Jim said modestly. "I'm really remarkably photogenic." He risked a wink at Nancy, saw the answering twinkle in her eyes. He found time to feel a little sorry for Agnes. Because for the ftrst time since their meeting, Nancy looked at the sheriff with speculation. Jim was happy. He felt that the beginning of a barrier had been blasted away, that he was no longer walled away from complete understanding with his wife. Miss Wister said softly, "You don't have to torment me. My personal life has nothing to do with this. It's none of your business." Agnes Argyle realized she had lost, instead of gaining, ground with Nancy by this attack on Miss Wister. .But she hurried to reveal the reason for the attack, sure that would bring Nancy back under her influence. 'You're in * love with Jim Dunn," she accused. Miss Wister stared at her hands again. Jim watched Nancy's face, kept his own expressionless. Nancy got to her feet, walked over and put her arm around Miss Wister's shoulders. She faced Agnes Argyle. "Even at the. risk of. making my husband much more big- hcadod than he is, I do have to say this. Why shouldn't Miss Wister be in love with him? It shows her good taste." Jim saw the appreciation, the relief in Miss Wister's face, the disappointment in Agnes Argyle's. He saw Miss Wister square her shoulders, stiffen her whole body. She had fought for him once t'-nt dav. and Jim Unnv the signs, l.'.'.ss V."i.-;cr was S<H- bof ready la figbt again. J IM and Nancy walked down past the boathouse to the edge of the lake. Nancy stopped when they were in a sheltered position, held up her arms. "You haven't kissed me at all today." That omission was easily and pleasantly remedied. Nancy pulled away, smiled and sat down on a rock. She said, "What a stinker!" "Now you've spoiled it. But you did say Miss Wister was in love with me. Of course I knew it all the time, but I'm much too modest for my own good." "Jim, what's going on around here?" Dunn sobered instantly. "We're caught in the middle of a family mess." ' ^I don't see how. Agnes—the sheriff?"" . "You havent seen old Mrs. Oswald yet, have you? Put Agnes Argyle alongside the old lady and you know they have a great deal in common, including blood." "Stop looking 10 smug, Jim, what was Agnei trying to do with me?" • • • "rpHE way it looks," Jim went on, "Agnes was to make friends with you, influence you into seeing <>n!y one point of view. You were to turn to her, believe her, trust her, instead of me. Of course that was supposed to infuriate me. Soften me up, so to speak,^so I would be ready to fall into Mrs. Hilton's trap. And a nicely baited trap, I must say." Understanding flooded Nancy's face. "But what does she think ! T'd be doing?" .."Don't forget Mrs. Hiiton was watching through glasses. She saw you in that dark and dowdy outfit of yours. Why should she expect competition from such a frjimp? She didn't even recognize you at first as the same woman, and she didn't like it a bit when she found out. Let that be a lesson to you to always look your best." "A nice family," Nancy said. "But all this planning and effort, T :m. That must mean they know it was murrlcr." f I (T. P- 'rompl DELIVERY SERVICE Phone 3-4507 Boars: 8 a.m. t* • p.Dfc with DtllTerjr to 1 p.m. WOODS DRUG STORE . 221 Weil Main St. For Genuine Parts and Expert Service See Your Ford Tractor Dealer SNOW TRACTOR CO. Blytheville Ark. Tel. POplar 3-8951 Means Less Work . . . More Income Per Acre "The Verj Best Will Cost You Less." Paint Closeout MM; TTIM and C>lm i Price Hubbard Hardware FOR RADIO AND TV REPAIR Call 3-4596 Jlmm? Gun. repairman * All w*rk guaranteed • Prompt 8t»?ic« ROSE SALES CO. 521 8. 21st FOR CAB COMFORT Truck Seat Covers — $5.00 and up Truck Seats — We've Got 'Em GILBERT'S AUTO UPHOLSTERY HlSlway 61 North Phono 3-6742 CHARLEY'S ELECTRIC CO. 112 South Fifth Street — Blytheville, Arkansas WE BUY USED FURNITURE ' PHONE 3-3122 Wade Furn. Co. Robertson's Radio and T.V. Service 515 E. Main Wade Warehouse Bldg. D»y Ph. 3-4257 Nile Ph. 3-6704 TV ancf RADIO SERVICE Minar Repaln and Tata Replacement In home ilnilde Bly- thevlll* dtT llmltil Only 50 Mfire Thin 'A Tear* Training and Experience, F»rtorj Strvlre Ouarantee »0 All MaKes Blytheville Sales Co. Feli'iv Cirney, Mgr. 10» K. Main I'h. 3-3616 • Electrical Wiring • Commercial Refrigeration • York Air Conditioning Sales & Service • Appliance Repairs N.F. Marshall-Frank Westall-J.T. Stalcup Tel. PO 2-2993, Mite Tel. PO 3-6109 or 3-4029 We Close on Saturday Afternoons WOODWORK JOE'jBETTESJ SET AN AM6ULANCE \ * <6 HERE AT ONCE a i WDUNDED,K>. POWERS BENDS TO PICK UP THE DIMKWD UEUT. LANDON TOSSED TO HW AMD COLLAPSES. WELL, STUART" HOW DID YOU LIKE THAT ONE? , A SHORT VISTf>tX& /"IHWS4. COUUJN'T HAt/6 UOKKBP CUT BBTTEK IF I WJ7 PLAWWEP IT THS WAV-'WOW IP MV LUCK HOLP6 — I WAMTED TO BREAK WE MEWS GRADUALLY! 60 1 WROTE THAT W6 YES. I WUST TELL RACHEL TONISHT WHEN 5HE ARRIVES! I'VE GOT TO MAKE HER UNPF.RSTANPI ear i CAN 00 IT BETTER ALONE! YOU SH0ULD'VE WRITTEN VOUR 615T6R OF OUR IA&.K- R1A6E BEFORE THIS, HOPE 1 I SIWPLV COULPU'T TBLL WE EN5ASEB AWP WfiHT BE WARRIEP BEFORE SHE RET AMD MOW S\K'5 RU5HIH6 HOWE TO BREAK. IT UP! Sixty WILES -8' FROM THE VILUSE WHERE EASY 15 BEING HELP FOR SLAUGHTER IN A TRAFFIC DEATH-. THE- HOWE OF THE GUILTY W.WER I HATE KEEPIWfi IT SKKET-r/ JASOW...6VEM IW A LETTER 1 . SHE'S IN LOVE WITH VOt), TOO! NO.' I AIN'T HAVIN ANY FftKT Of IT/ I ONLY SUGGESTED A IT'S A UXISY MDU BE MADE TO I SCHEME AN 1 DISAPPEAR SO I CAN GET ON WITH MV WOOING OF THE FAIR BRUNNEHILDE! ...YOU'RE JUST FIXIN TO GET YOURSELF IN A MESS YOU'LL NEVER GET OUTOF- NO DADGLJM GOOP'U. COME OUTOFrT., I'D LIKE T' HAVE YA EAT HEBE... IN FACT IT WOULD MAKE ME VERV HAPPY.' MAY I TROUBLE YOU FOR A GLASS OF AIN'T VA SONNA KNOCK OFF FEE LUNCH? THANKS FOI? REMINDING ME.GUV'NORl STOSV-WOWi ^ ft &COW li

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