The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 18, 1955 · Page 17
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 19M (AME.) COURITO NEWS PACT MYIMTMH OUR IOARDING HOUSE — with Major Hooplt OUT OUR WAY By J. R. William* I Ml« THt I — Me * DSeD TO ADVICE M6A600T.MV WORRIES ' BEFORE t ^ COULD MY MOUTH TO START OKI HIS MACHIME EVERV AAORWIN'" OWLV POOR WERE OIL THAT CHARACTER SLID6D AND oiiT OP MERE- FAST ASA MET BE K6 AOER /•— •SUPPOSS HE CALK5HT OME OF OUR ACTWE MIMD5 HAME tHOOSHT H£ iAW OMB CLIM6 OUT OF THE gREAD PODDlt-JS? . TO SORROW. TWO 80CK6 ? AOE CHARACTERS GOON (HOUR , 9ANPBOX' vC HIMSetf.' IMS by MA S«n4M, IM. T. M. Hut U. •. P* OH T.ltYision — Tonight Tomorrow — WMCT Channel 5, & WHBQ Channel 13 WMCT Channel 5 Friday niffat NOT. 18 6:00 Wild Bill Hlckok 3:30 fiddle Fisher 6 AS News Caravan 7:00 Truth or Consequences T:30 Life of Rlley 8:00 Big Story 8:30 Stories at the Century B:00 CuvBlcade of Sport* 9:45 Frank Leahy and Football 10:00 Your EBSO Reporter 10:15 Loretta Young 10:45 Weather 10 :M Touchdown 11:15 Tonight I2;00 Sign Olf Saturday, November >9 8:00 News & Meditation 8:15 Storyttme 8:30 Mr. Wizard 8:00 Pinky Lee 9:30 Paul WincheH — Jerry Mahoney 10:00 Fury 10:30 Pride of the Southland 11 :00 Cartoon Carnival 11:30 Terry and the Pirates 12:00 Slim Rhodes 12:30 Rough Riders 1:30 Father Knows Best 2:00 It's A Great Life 2:30 Robin Hood 3:00 KMeVdoscope 3:15 NCAA Football UO LA at USC 6:00 Scoreboard 6:15 Cartoon Carnival 6:30 Big Surprise 7:00 Perry Como 8:00 People Are Funny 8:30 Jimmy Durante B:00 George Gobel 9:30 Your Hit Parade 10:00 Millionaire 10:30 The Vise 11:00 Burns & Allen 11:30 Mystery Theatre 12:00 Sign Off WHBQ Channel 13 Friday nffht NOT. 18 6:00 Little Raecaia 6:25 Do You Know Why 6:30 Sgt Preston of tha Yukon 7:00 Ozzte and Harriet 7:30 Crossroads 8:00 Dollar A Second 8:30 Camera "4" 9:00 Confidential File 8:30 Damon Runyon Theatre 10:00 News 10:10 Weather 10:15 Les Paul and Wary Ford 10:20 Late Show 11-55 Weflthrr Saturday, Nov. 19 9:00 T.B.A. 9.30 Christ 5s the Answer 10:00 captain Midnight 10:30 Tales of the TexaE Rangers 11:00 Big Top 12:00 Andy's Gang 12:30 Barker Bin 12:45 Tops 1:00 Saturday Show 3-30 Wild Bill HlcKok 4:00 Buffalo Bill. Jr. 4:30 Annie Oakley 5W Top Ten Dance party 8:00 Dinner Theatre 6:30 Navy Log 7:00 Ozark Jubilee 8:00 Lawrence Welk 9:00 Million Dollar Movie 10-30 Les Paul anil Mary Ford 10:35 News 10:40 Weather 10:45 Classic Theatre WARNING ORDER IN THE CHANCERY COURT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Mn,. Mattie Bunch, PItf. VSi No. 12,752 Mona Sue Williams Orisson, el al. Dft. Eugene Schultz, Intervenor The defendant, Mona Sue Williams Grisson. Patricia Gail Moody and William Bruce Moody, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the petition of the Intervenor, Eugene Schultz. Dated this 27th day of October, 1955. SEAL GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk. By OPAL DOYLE, D. C. Percy A. Wright, Atty. 10/28-11/4-11-18 Heavenly Music OMAHA tern somehow got crossed with a e amplifying sys- radio beam during Sunday morning in the middle of the service. worship at the Wheeler Presbyterian Church. As a result the strains of "The Yellow Rose of Texas" boom„,,,,,. M u or rt^h* ed out over the loudspeaker righ. PICKARD'S GROCERY & MARKET Nationally Advertised & Fancy Groceries The finest in Beef, Veal, Lamb and Pork Genuine Hickory Smoked Hantt Nationally Advertised & Fancy Groceries 2-2043 Call In We Deliver Come In 1044 Chick Read Courier News Classified Ads. EXPERT WATER PUMP REPAIR Hubbard Hardware Phone 2-2015 Paint Closeout H»T Trvei M< C*lMi i Price Hubkard Hardware Day cf the Outlaw By LM Welt* 5, V In Wtlh. Dbtfft.te< by NfA S«nfc., ht. outlaw pack, one ™»n wounded, hoi* BP !• Blltrr during « cM- nottk thaw thiit mnh« the road* InrmonhK-. I" '»' Wyoming Hainan, while n»«ertn)c ihcir nn- th»rl(y, they wound l.**vl», »n HC cwwhunil. m- l.»n*«T IM e«H«d t» Nttend t* I.twlN «nd Sht»Tty R»iii«. the wounded outlaw. Brnh* telM the doctor that SfcoTty will «t»y at him hou*«. vm THE door suddenly opened and Dan wheelrJ about. There was a scuffle outside, an oath, i»nd then a figure catapulted into ; the room. Clay Majors skidded to a halt, [lunging against a table. He Straightened and Dan saw the Itrickle of blood from his puffed ilip, the beginning of a bruise jhigh on one cheekbone. Good ! for Clay, Dan thought, be gave 'them an argument. Egan strode to Majors, grabbed his arm and ;whirled him about. ' Bruhn looked inquiringly at •Dgan and Hiatt. "He gave you trouble?" "Som«," Egan Finned. He ihanded a big key to Bruhn. ; Bruhn looked again at Majors. «We'v« taken over for a while. We won't itay long and we don t •figure anyone will get hurt or lose anything unless they rowel US "Cla'y," Dan said quickly. "This is the Bruhn gang. Take a look at Lewis." . Majors blinked and, for the first time, saw Doc Longer working on Lewis' shoulder. He realized the man stretched out on the table was wounded. Majors eyes widened and his skin took a pasty pallor. He swallowed and the fight left him. "What's left?" Bruhn snapped. "The barbershop, the store and the lumber yard. Thenc's » few houses. Tex, you and Denver p., a visit to the «tort. Make Jure there', no horse stabled over there. If • there Is, he U* k<V M> T«*. detlly caught it. "lock 'em in the stable. Just make sure there's none loose in case someone decides to ride despite the gumbo." Bruhn wheeled about and his cold eyes speared at Tommy.."Is there a vacant building in town?" Tommy spoke grudgingly. "There's the old stage station by the bridge. It ain't used unless a preacher comes along." Bruhn smiled. "Well, we're not sky pilots, but I guess we can send a man to heaven in our own way just as quick as a preacher." Tex looked over the bar at Ava and ran his tongue around the inside of his cheek. One brow lifted as he smiled and a wicked glint came in his eyes. He walked to the end of the bar, disregarding the rest, and now le had an unrestricted view of ;he woman. His eyes moved up and down and his smile widened. He spoke carelessly over his shoulder. "Jack, let's think this over a minute. I'd like to board out with some of the folks around here. It could b« cozy." Ava's eyes widened and a fiery color raced up her neck and into her face. Tommy's jaw dropped and his eyes rounded. He caught the full implication and his face went paper white, the color of killing anger, not fear. He made a strangled sound deep in his throat. Dan sensed what was coming and he threw himsell athwart the bar, arm reaching for Tommy. TOMMY moved too fast. Hi; arm whipped beneath the bar reappeared, a heavy bung starter held like a club In his hand. His eyes turned glassy and wild blazing at Tex in a venomous fury. Dan's fingers 10 U C h e c Tommy'! ihirt but o* could not hold him as Tommy hinged toward Tex. "Stand hitched," Br"*>n roared. Tex took a hasty step backward, his slack lips and pinched eyes showing sudden, stunning fright at this little man who advanced with murderous deterntination. Tex forgot his bolstered gun in this split second of panic. Dan clawed himself erect, intending to whip around the bar between Tommy and Tex. Pace Odium stood a few feet away, a faint color touching his lean face, ips pulled back over even teeth n a delighted smile. Dan caught only a blur as the man's hand whipped down and ip. The room blasted with a ingle shot that rocked off the walls, bounced back and forth in oaring echoes. Tommy didn't • near them. The 'slug caught him ull in the chest and slapped him igainst the back bar. DAN suddenly whipped about, acing Pace, who still held hi* 1 gun. His pale eyes glittered a« le looked at the limp form on he floor. With a choked curs* 3an lunged toward the man, lands teaching for him. Pace didn't notice for a fraction of a second and then nil lead whipped about. Dan had almost reached him. He saw the stripling's eyes light with a twisted, inward joy. The gun whipped down and Dan slammed nto the man, his flngcrs instinctively grabbing the gun wrist and ;wisting the arm to one side. . Pace did not lose his grip on th« weapon. It roared again and Dan felt the heat of the muzzle jlast, but the bullet smashed into the wall above the open storeroom door. Dan felt heavy hands claw at him from the rear. He had a blurred glimpse of Bruhn at Pace's side. Then they were wrenched apart. Bruhn held Pace easily, while the breed, Juarez, and Denver clung to Dan as he tried to break loose. 'Hold It, Pace," Bruhn snapped. He kept the gun lev- elled. "I don't want to give you a slug." (T* Be C*nllnawD Penguins, which behave much like people, biologically are a very primitive form of bird. Attention: Men of the 461st Wing! Hudson Can Suppl.v AH Your Clothing Needs: • Uniforms • Belts • Caps • Ties • Slacks • Shirts • Cheverons • Jewelry Cleaner - Clothier - Tailor Blytheville, Ark. HUDSON Watch Cleaning $3.50 3 day Service Mr. A. B. Ford, registered chron- ofcr&phcr technician with 22 rears watchmaking experience, is now associated with our firm, We are now offering; 3-day watch repair service. O'STEENS 111 W. Main BEST BUYS Christmas Cards Personalized with Name nr $460 Lj for I up Samuel F. Norris Across From City Hall BUFFORDSHOESHOP Expert Shoe Repairing, Cleaning, Dyeing GOOD USED SHOES FOR SALE 112 8. Broadway asking much-l only want you to OH.iWIHOPEfl WOWS.'I'LL HS&D FOR NOUE HOUSE AT ABOUT TEW AMD SEE THAT EVEEYTHlSJS IS .' Jl U SO HE'S SONG TO I PICK ME UP AT EIGHT. ..AND HOW HE'D IKE TO CONTWUE OUe DISCUSSION OF PAT, BELIEVE IT, BUT IT WBKED/WHENIOCOPPEO RASH OFF HE SAID HOW WUTH HE HAD EM JOVED TAUINS TOME, AMVTHiwe TOWISHT'_ SEE, I LOVE PAY DAYS! ALL. RIGHT, H.IMT, i p/p TRY TO KILL MuMZIO. WHY? 0E CAUSE HIS ECCEMTRICITIE& SAVE: v& MV ULCERS AMD BECAUSE IMSBIP HERE— " —HAD EVES FOR NO OWE BUT WUMZIO. I THDU6HT IF I COULD PUT HW OUT OF SIGHT, SHE AAISHT PUT HIM OUT OF MINP. BUT IT DIDN'T WORK... TH1& PIANE CAM FUV ?\5 SLOW AS 45 MILES AW tWUK! IWrO THIS WlMP.THWP BE 25 IV RH GRCWD SPEEP! TOUPEE'S A STRETCH 0' EIUER FLOVMIWS 50UrH,..OIir 0' THEIK SIGHT! DWP DOWN 3U5T A.80VE THE WATER. ...IM 31HAPIN6 FKJto THIS WINS STRUT! ~~~ THEY CAMT KEEP UP IUPEFIMITELY. AMP \T$ WILES TO A LANWKJS SPOT 1 . IF THEV 00 LAMP WE'LL BE GONE ICTJ6 SEfOUE THSV CAN GET HERE THEV KEEP CIKCLIKI6 U5 COKE! WECMIT SBf EIPPA TH 1 GIRL IN SiaHT OF WITNESSES AMP CLIMB Till WE CAN SEE TM 1 HOW MUCH WINP \f> THERE it f PSHAW. 1 I \ OF COURSE YOU CAN'T SEE CANT.THWS HOW YOU/ WHY IT'S I, RSURE / ALEXANDER, NOT L055W-, WHO 15 THE .EXECUTED WITH A SKILL f OOP A AND CABINS ( DANGER THOT MARKS V TO'rCU HIM DANGER! NEVERTHELESS HIS RAID ON MY THAT OAF WHOM \pUTF05T WAS \OU'VE IMPRISONHAft BRILLIANT 15 NO SUPERMAN... I TACTICAL HE'S NOTHINfi MORE THAN A SAVAGE! ...MOW WE 60 TO SEE THIS WARRIOR DOR- COME ALONG! THAT MEANS rNE? CAW O 1 PAINT... I'LL 35 { LUCKY T' B2SAK EVEN NOW.' !P?iN PAINT ALL OVc? AW LUNCH.' 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