The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 17, 1955 · Page 19
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[THURSDAY, NOTBMBER IT, i«w (ARK.)' COMtfHt KIWI PAGE NINETEEN OUR BOARDING HOUSE — with M.jor Hoopl. «? y«AR« Asoyr S4AP, JAKE,' r40 NEED FOC US 6 ' "- MANASINS •ttOR/*"M6 HAS AND LBPT tHe AtArJOR A* abltTLY AS YOU BBATlrtS A HOTEL SILU/ —1 IM- TBODUCSD HIMTOTWK56S 6CAL OFF'M IN THE PAEk,'—TWIS66 /KOSTA *AID OK TVIUNlK SUMPIM — TO MAKE U'RE WARM, OAK6 = OUT OUR WAY iy J. R. Williami •o V NEXT TIME YOU TAKE PAISY C3UT i WAMT fOUP. CAP TOP UP/ CATCHW6 COUP 15 A SERIOUS MATTER./ "YOU WCRE TEM LATE . 80TTS , BRINGING DAISY HOME PUNCTUALITY IS AM IMPORTANT 7HIN6 YOU KMOW/ ',SMALl, FlASH—<--,._ OUT WITH OTHER POUA DOBNT LOOK eooo WHEN toose SISTER.'. , _. --'ONE SIQE.KIM6 KON6.' ALL I DO is A PORROWEP BOOK. ArOO 1 6CT A TREE- PUN -DOWM CM HOW LWE MT LIFE/ Ttlevision — Tonight, Tomorrow — WMCT Channel 5, & WHBQ Channel 13 WMCT Channel S Thursday nijht NOT. IT 6:00 Jungle Jim fi:30 Dtnah Shore 6:45 News 7:00 You B«t Tour Lif» 7:30 Oangbusters 8:00 Dragnet 8:30 Theatre • 9:00 Video Theatre (0:00 Your Bsso Reporter 10:15 Playhouse of Start • 10:45 Weather 10:50 Mystery Theatr* 11:15 Tonight 12:00 Sign Off Friday November, 18 0:50 Meditation '7:00 Today 7:35 Weather — Memphla urea 7:30 Today ; 7:55 Today IB Memphli 8:00 Today 8:25 News 8:30 Today 8:35 News and Weather 9:00 Ding Dong School 9:30 Storyland 8:45 Oh»rm wlih Cathy 10:00 Home 11:00 'IVnnesse Ernie Ford 11:30 Feather Tour Nest 12:00 News 12:15 Farm News 12:30 TV Movie Matinee 1:30 Homemakers Program 1:45 Date with Life 2:00 Matinee Theatre — color J:00 Channel Five Theatre 3:30 World of Mr. 3:45 Modern Romances 4:00 Pinky Lee 4:30 Howdy Doody 3:00 Afternoon Movie 5:30 Interesting Person 5:40 Cartoons 5:55 Weather 6:00 Wild BUI Hlckofc 6:30 Eddie Fisher 6:45 News Caravan 7;00 Truth or Consequ- 7:30 Life of Rlley 8:00 Big Story 8:30 Stories of the Cen- tury 9.00 Cavalcade of Sports 9:45 Frank Leahy and Football 10:00 Your Esso Reporter 10:15 Loretta Young 10:45 Weather 10:50 Touchdown 11:15 Tonight 12:00 Sign Off WHBQ Channel 11 Thursday nljrht NOT. IT 8:00 6:25 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 S:00 9:20 10:00 1(1:10 10:15 10:30 12:00 8:45 9:00 Little ftascalB Do You Know Why The Lone Ranger Ramar of the Jungle Stop the Music Star Tonight Down You Go Mayor of the Town Bishop Sheen News Weather Pftttl Pnge Late Show Weather Friday, Nov. IB News and Weather Romper Room 10:00 This la Hollywood 11:30 Stu Erwln 12:00 News 12:05 Lunchtlme Theatr* 12:45 Early Show 2:15 Miss America , Matinee 3:00 Foreign Intrigut 3:30 Bozo and Hie Friends 4;00 A.utry-RQ8«r* 5:00 Mickey Mouse Club 6:00 Little RascaiB 8:25 Do You Know Why 0:30 Sgt Preston of the * Yukon 7:00 Ozzle and Harriet 7:30 Crossroads 8:00 Dollar A Second 8:30 Camera "4" 9:00 Confidential Fll« 0:30 Damon Runyon Theatre 10:00 News 10:10 Weather 10:15 Les Paul and Mary Ford 10:20 Late Show 11:55 Weather Continued from preceding page Help Wanted, Femala Young lady to keep books, must have experience, type. 40 hr. week. Apply Lilly News Co. Ill S. Broadway. 11 = 16 pk 19 ATTENTION .VETS Seven neat appearing veterans, single 21-30. Free to travel immediately with group, California and return. Perina- ment. Transportation furnished. New cars, drawing account. Earnings above average. Apply Mr. McLane. Hotel Noble. 11 a. m.-5 p. m 11;15 P* IB Malt Help Wanted EXPERT WATER PUMP REPAIR Hubbard Hardware Phone 2-2*15 Paint Closeout 1 Price Hrttard Hardware Natural food of the white bass in- larvae, molluslcs, crawfish' eludes minnows, worms, insects, crustaceans. and PICKARD'S GROCERY & MARKET Nationally Advertised & Fancy Groceries The finest in Beef, Veal, Lamb and Pork Genuine Hickory Smoked Hams Nationally Advertised & Fancy Groceries 2-2043 Call In We Deliver Come In 1044 Chick Opening for A-l mechanic, to service cars and trucks. Best working conditions. Ph. 3-3431 after 6 p.m. 11;6 ck tf ATTENTION Seven neat appearing young ladles 2126 (single). Free to travel Immediately with a chaperoned group. Texas, California and return. Transportation lurn- tshcd Drawing account. Salary, commission plus bonus. Apply Miss Mc- Oraw Hotel Noble, 11 a. m.-5 p. m. 11-15 pk 19 Loan* Day of the Outlaw By Let Wills 1955, by IM Welh. DntrrbntjJ by NEA Stnkt, tm. vr> TnB STOIlYi Outlaw .lui'k nil,n nnd hia imck. otir of Ihrm 'itfc'r (hlrlns n rhinonk innw Ihnl U lrnn«fin-ruln|e the vlll.-inr Mtrrrm Inin • mullhole. *hoi>t np nnr i>f the HC r.iM- hnti<lH. Unn Mttvjork, Corcmnn of Ihi" rlvnl S(nr imint. U rpndj- to tnkp • hnnd, hut hi* himn, n.inrher RlnlKF ^Inm-II. *r«mji tn like h a T I n * Ihr outlaw* arnnnd. VI] BRUHN stab-ea a finger at the weapons. "Tal;e the.se out and pitch 'em in the street. Grind 'em down in the mud while tou're at it." Esan swept up the weapons and went outside The door closed behind him with a sound "of finality and. for the first time. .Dan felt helpless. But there arc other* . the Frazins. Gorton. .Larry Teter. even Phil Preston . The storeroom door opened abruptly. Ava came out and ..Tommy tried vainly to signal her .bach out of sight. She stood 'framed in the dark aperture and Ban had the crazy idea that she deliberately put herself in the 'middle of this situation. , Tex straightened, eyes wide, 'Snd he gave a low, long whistle. ;Ava slowly turned and looked iat him. She did not smile, noth- •tng about her face softened, her 'eyes remained level. Tex swept !off his rakish, battered hat and •made her an elaborate bow. ; "Ma'am, my -pologies. I sure didn't see you real good before. ••You make this town look bcau- ;tifui." ' .I A shadow of fright passed over jAva's face as though she suddenly recognized her danger. Jhen she seemed to deliberately shrug it off. J Shorty groaned, » long and ;horrlble sound. All of them Shipped about. . Shorty had flung out his arm end now he rolled to the edge of the Uble •nd off 'He lay face up on the foot, tytt doted, fail breath coming in tortured rasps and his nostrils pinched even as Dan looked at him. Bruhn growled an oath, and jumped to the man's side. Tex hitched at his gunbelt and slowly approached. "Gone?" he asked finally. Eruhn looked up over his shoulder. "No, but the doctor had better •et here." Tex shrugged. "Shorty's near the end of the trail anyhow. Leave him for the undertaker. This way, he just holds us up." Bruhn looked up at Tex. For a moment Dan had an impression that a powerful beast crouched, ready to spring. "Shorty ain't holding us up, Tex. We're stuck here by the rmid. No one will move across the country until the roads and trails have a bottom again. So we might as well get Shorty patched up while we're waiting. It's a chance to rest up, too." "How about the local lawman, Jack? Are you forgetting him?" Ava spoke from beyond the bar, hastily, as though she had not given her words a thought. "But Bitter has no lawman!" They all. looked about, surprised. Dan wondered if she had lost her mind. Then he noticed the way she glanced at Tex, something new and alive in her eyes. It worried him and he shot a quick look at Tex. The man's slowly widening smile confirmed Dan's fears. "Well!" Tex breathed softly. 'No lawman ... no one can trail tn . . .• and the town sure has promise." A slow flush touched Ava's cheeks. She didn't look at Tex, nor would she meet the stricken, puzzled eyes of her husband. BBUHW swung uround when UM doot teeaed. Clagett and the doctor came in ahead of the outlaw, Vause. Doc Langer was a slender man in his late forties. His nose was long and his lips thin, the mouth circled by deep creases that long hours of work had placed there. His sandy hair had thinned to a few wisps and his shoulders were rounded. "What is the meaning of this outrage?" he demanded. He glared at Bruhn, recognizing the big man as the obvious leader. "I've never turned down a call yet, and I've never needed a gun in my back." Bruhn's granite face softened. "Sorry, Doc, 1 guess Charley got out of line." He jerked his thumb toward the man on the table. "He's bad hit ... . so's that gent over there." • • • DOC LANGER saw Shorty for the first lime and the anger instantly left him. He looked quickly at Lewis. His fingers worked at the strap of the black bag as he talked. "Busted shoulder, Lewis? Bleeding bad?" "I stopped it," Hal said shortly. "You'll live a while then. II look at this one first." The doctor looked at Shorty's face, took his pulse. Langer glowered at Bruhn. "Ever hear of changing bandages? What a bullet won't do, the dirt will." Doc went on with his task. "He's not far from dead and maybe the world would be better off." Tex whipped upright, but Bruhn made a swift, wurninf signal. "Who was at the doc's house?" Bruhn asked abruptly. Charley looked blank, then shrugged. "Just an old w o m a n—hia wife." He nodded toward th« doctor, "How large a house?" Brutm * snapped. Charley shrugged. "There's an upstairs. Maybe three bedrooms up there—parlor, a kind of office, a dining room and kitchen .downstairs." Langer looked up from Shorty's wound. "What has my houae to do with this?" Bruhn smiled, "Why, Doe, that's eaty. Shorty wil aUS7 there and r;et good care." (T« Be OoUuaW) German chocolate eflfces made by order. Ph. 3-3340. Mrs. Fred copeland. Hi: pk 122 Money To Loan On Jewelry, shotguns, lugsace. cameras, radios, musical Instruments, etc. We buy used furniture and other articles o( value. East Main Loan Co. 306 E. Main Ph 2-2660 FOR THE BEST IN FARM LAND — FARM LOANS See EARL'S FARM & LOAN CO. 0. L. Earls 2-2416—J. Marsh 2-2720 Blythevllle—Ph. 3-4052 Lost & Found Lost brown billfold. Reward. Ph 3-4378. llilO pic 11|18 LOST—Pair of eye glasses, brown leather case. Reward. Ph. 3-4020. 11111 ck if Notice USED REFRIGERATOR SG9.95 up. HALSELL & WHITE 5.21 ck tf We buy used furniture. HALSELL & WHITE. 113 S. Division. Ph. 3-6096. 5,4 ck tf Private Rooms Large ll^ht housekeeping room, with half oath. Ph. 2-2920. 11|1« pk 11J24 Comfortable bedroom with gas heat, for business women Ph 2-2514 ll;s pk 12,6 Bedroom Couple or men. Ph 3-8604. 10.25 pk 11125 Stcamheated bedroom, adjoining bath 901 W Ash. 11|1 pk lilt Bedrooms. 104 15. Davis. Ph. 3-8913. 11|4 pk 11|4 Front bedroom, pvt entrance, gas heat. Ph. 3-3391 d«y. 3-3528 night. H|ll pk 19 Situation Wanted Ironing Wanted. Ph. 3-8663. 11,15 pk 13 Wanted to Buy We buy used- furniture. HALSELL ft WHITS, 113 S. Division. Ph. 3-6096. 54 ck tf Used furniture. BECKHAM MOVING) ft 3TORAGJ. Ph. 3-8928. 11112 ck 13|13 BliFFORDSHOESHOP Expert Shoe Repairing, Cleaning, Dyeing GOOD USED SHOES FOR SALE HZ 3. Broadway Kirby Drug Store $750 For Your OM ' ELECTRIC RAZOR M a s** BnhHtfcm, Sehfek, Bnbeam, RMIMI w Mottle* "My bowling score? Oh, I'll explain it one of these days when you know more about the game!" "Says she s just nosy! I THINK I DISLIKED SOU BECAUSE YOU I WANT TO APOJD6IZE.IFEEL VERY BAD ABOUT PAT SETTING YOU IN SUCH A JAM WITH 'CTK FAMILY. I GUESS I HAD TO ALL WRONG. BELONGED TO PAT, AMD THBJEI WAS.TVO WELL.WHAT'S THE PITCH? VEAU9 OLDB? THAN PAT, UNABLE TO FIND APBAIO TO DRIVE WITH ME, FLASH? \HEV, I'M WOULONT BLAME VOU AFTEE VDUE ) NOT A EXPERIENCE WITH M/S1STEE. /—-^ SAO COME 01,1 WAIT TO TALK A COWKSATW TOVOU ANYONE AS MATUJE.AS J SEE? THAT'S WHAT A I MEAN BY QUICK J •JS. 1 !— -^ IT'S A JOB THAT CALLS J FOR FA5T THINKING--. 1 .QUICK DECISIOMS/t—' DOES THIS MEAN I'LL —i DECISION 7 NUTCHELL, I'M NAMING YOU MY JUNIOR THIRD ASSISTANT.' >=* REALLY, MR. GRUMBLY YOU'EE JUST IS)) BE A SIMPLE MATTER TO \ LET'S SO TIMB TO HEAR V CHECK THE PEATH BULLET,/ TO MY ME TELL FLINT \ freWtJ&T THE REST OP ^KJUT THE BOX \ THE BATCH. WHAT ABOUT OF.30-CALIBER J-t IT,THORSreN? , ' SHELLS I FOUNP IN VOUR PESK. BETTER CALL ft TRUCE WITH INSR/P, AMZ. ROGERS, OR THERE'LL, BE 5CW£ PEAL SHOCTIN&/ 19SS Ey HtA hrriM. Inc. 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