The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 8, 1954 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, November 8, 1954
Page 13
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MONDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1954 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THIRTEEN "I fell In love with her in high ichool—l forget now Whether she was the one with the convertible or the on* who made the swell hamburgers!" "That's right—now add one teaspoon of salt!" YES,YOU KE 9OKlT/,5Ur I'VE DECIDED TOM'S KJT ENOUSH-- HSE WE AJJE- 769O KLAJNC WHATS TVi fiOOO OF m&SlUG, FWABEL? I WAS A LIABILITY H TOE TEA WS AFTERNOON, AND MOW1VE LOUSED UP •toUR SIBWS WPAREWYW. THAT WASNT THE POIW. IT VASWT NECESSMW FC« vou TO EDS HOME WITH ME, YOU WOOW. 1 FEEL PERFECTLY SAFE WITH THE TAXI CWVtK. WOW! ISN'T HE KIND OF BIS FOR THAT SORT OF STUFF? ..I'M WAITING- FOR THE MAM TO BRING A LOAD OF SAND! SAY HE'S WAITING FOR WHERE \KXSHT HERS, OR CDWN AT COLICS -<J I ...AMP rr ffll&HT INTBKE&T M3O TO XWOW CAW WE )H6AR3UAKTBB5 IP YOU PREFER. AW 1J THAT MISS flUB HK£P WS TO CLSftf TALK? /NAME'S R-NT, PRIVATE IWV6STI6ATOR-1« VOUR SKOTWEra NAM6 PEATH POE5NT SEEAA TO HAVE UPSET VOW MlSS W-UE. I COU.I7 H/MZCT.V IMACHNe AWVONE BENS SO CAL - WE OUGHTN PINISH THIS LIST rOWIfiHTI AWP I WON'T HWE ^ CHMJCE THIS cwe'a 5 PRIMMJ THE C6MER SAID OR OF BEIM& BK^HDEP A UlT-W-RUN DR.WBK BUT THINK* THER W6P.B TWIN PMISHTER5 OUR LEADING DWRACIERS ARE INVOLUNTARILY RETURNED TO HIE TIME AND OF THEIR ORIGIN. ... I CAN'T APCORO T' MISS THIS BUS! LEAVE TH' PACKASES) WONPERPUL IO6A.OLD FWIEND! YEAH, EXCEPT PER ONG TWINS.. VOT1WS iVOO W\Vt WlfSt C SOOSStVf VT'S TWt PWKlCt PiVV .-Ltd'. WOWOWSOV RKfil "Wt OUR BOARDING HOUSE — with Major Hoopl* OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams LikCeociTrie . Of A FOOTBALL SAME: IFTM RIGHT ABOUT WHAtS DOME, _ RI6HT HERE ltOgEOAN;>^ coveeihi fLJTSf) - /WVHEAt>\lT><3ft LIKE AM , OSTBICH ._ ALL FIMI5HED ANl' WRAPPgD JP -fO TAKE TO TWe Ll6RA,ey TOMORROW, ALVIN/-* CAfl SOU 1ELL MB V4VW 6OW6 SUVS ITCHY -TO MAKE _, A LITTLE CHAWSt ISl AlOY THeV See Z LEAMDEE, FI6HTIT* ,/•! rMManws/Tbss A ( WE'RE THERE,MBewnvi^o 4 WEAP AND LETS «O.V V SQUAftE P6AR/ 7 VIN A SEC/ EXAMPLE, \ WOJ _. I'M NiVEE FDR THf AVA'LABLE REST OF THE SAME- THAT WEEK PAY A I ASIRL'S ' GOTTA HAVESoue •9 £ I HAVF DEFINITE •2 ABOUT A<ZEPTIN<S &4TES/ WMCT Channel 5 Monday Night, Nov. 8 6:00 Evening Serenade 6:15 News Reporter 6:30 Tony Martin 6:45 News Caravan 7:00 Sid Caesar 8:00 Star Showcase 8:30 Robert Momgomery 9:30 Badge 714 10:00 Wrestling 10:30 News 10:40 Weather 10:45 Clete Roberts 11:00 Tonight 12-.00 sign oxr . Tuesday, Nov. 9 8:50 Meditation 7:00 Today 7:25 Weather 7:30 Today 7:55 Tpday in Memphis 8:00 Today 8:25 Weather 8:30 Today 8;55 Exercises with Cathy 0:00 Ding Dong School 9:30 Storyland 9:45 Shopping at Home 1Q;Q<J Home Show 12:15 Fai 12:30 Oil 1:00 3 : 1:15 Chai 1:30 Ha Pn 2:00 Or 2:15 ac 2:30 On 2:45 Ml 3:00 H» 3:15 Fil 3:30 We Sw 3:45 M£ 4:00 Pli 4:30 He 5.00 CB 5:15 In 5:25 Wi 5:30 Ad EXPERT WATER PUMP REPAIR Hubbard Hardware Phone 2-2015 E3 F KIRI lorrow — Tfi ity White Show ather Your Neat rm News annel Five Club Steps to Heaven arm with Cathy memakert ogram eatest out Idea Windows e Man's Family irln Fdlia t Lovt trld ol Mr. eenty mon/i* nky Lee Show plain Video Lerestlng Person ? ve fure R TIme pninR Serenadt ws Reporter nnh Shore b Hope reside TheatiB e Truth or Vlv 1 unannoi •*/ « rrnw^ *-»*"" IBI •«* Consequence* 11:15 Love of Life 9:30 The Falcon 10:00 I Married Jo 10:30 News 11:30 Senrcn ror in Tomorrow 11:45 Guiding Light 10:40 Weather 12:00 News 10:45 CJete Roberts 12:25 Kitchen Magic 11 -00 Tonight 12:30 Welcome Traveler 12:00 Sign OH i™ Robert Q. !**!» fir.inn r-i, «^«i it 1 :30 House Party WHBQ Channel 13 2:00 Blg Payorf Monday Night, Nov. * 2:30 Lady of the Hou« 6:00 Hartoon Tlma 2:45 Bob Crosby. 6:15 Weather 3:00 Brighter Day 6:20 News fl:30 Doug Edward 6:45 Perry Como 7:00 Burns & At 7:30 Talent Scon 8:00 I Love Lucy 8 '30 Llberace 9:00 Studio One 10:00 Weather 10:05 News 10:15 Do You .Cn 10:20 Late Show 3:15 Secret Storm s 3:30 On Your Account 4:00 Portia Faces Life en 4:15 Early Show ts 5:30 Mars Patfol 6:00 Western Theatre 6:15 Weather 6.20 News 6:30 Doug Edwarde 6:45 Jo Stafford aw Why 7:00 Strike It Rich 7:30 HallB ol Ivy Tuesday, Nov. 9 8:00 Meet Millie 7:00 Morning Show 8:30 U. S. Steel Th«mtr» 8:55 News 9:30 Dimny Thomas 9:00 Garry Moore 9:30 Arthur Godf 10:30 Strike It RI 10:00 Weather rey 10:05 News :h 10:15 Danger 11:00 Valiant Lady 10:45 Late Show TRUSSES EXPEKTLY 1 FITTED 2 P" c « KIRBY DRUG STORES Paint' Closeout Many Types and Colon i Price Hubbard Hardware NOTICE I have moved my Office into the Broadway Building 211 N. Broadway Dr Milton E. Webb Optometrist USED COMBINES 195» CASE Self-Propelled M500 1951 INTERNATIONAL gtU-Propelltll »!«• 1»52 INTERNATIONAL Self-Proptlled J3250 1»52 JOHN DEERE Self-Propelled »3'50 Also several other makes and tnodeli to choose from. rjf VOU WANT A GOOD USED COMBINE—WE HAVE IT! 61 IMPLEMENT CO. N. Hlrhway «1 "The Farmer's Home of Satisfaction" Ph. 2-241Z SUSPECT By Hugh Lawrence Nelson XXXVI J IM DUNN continued: "The killer found Angelica with the doll she had removed from the hiding place. The killer saw the money. Perhaps Angelica was defiant. The killer was used to corporal punishment, to inflicting it on others. The killer believed firmly it was easy to get away with murder. The heavy, deadly pieces of pitch were handy. One was snatched from the pile and blows were struck." Mrs. Oswald's black eyes glittered, but she made no interruption. "There was time then," Jim iwent on, "to arrange the accident. Angelica was pulled, be- •neath the elevator, and the heavy weight was raised and dropped on her body." : "Stop it!" Agnes Argyle's voice Iwas hoarse. "Only one person here fills all .the requirements," Jim said. "One person delighted in inflict- 'ing corporal punishment, one person wore a bathing suit, still wet from replacing the stones in the creek to stop up the underwater entrance, when we all drove up from The Spires, and one of you at least is acquisitive enough about 'small' things to send over word I was not to catch any of her fish." Jim wet his lips. He switched his eyes to Philip Stoneman, "In your story, you and Mrs. Hilton had the same idea. The idea of checking to sec that the boat had not been used?" . "Right," Philip said. His eyes were watchful. "Tell i.'.e again," Jim demanded. "I went to the boathouse to check," Philip recited. "Mrs. Hilton was there already; she had had the same idea. She touched the oars to make sure they were v-l." Me turned suddenly toward (the woman. "Remember how I scrubbed your hand with turpentine. 'Out, out, damned spot,' we said." Jim held his own palm up for inspection. "A part of the stain on her hand was like this one." "Yes. The hard part to get off. What is it?" "Pitch," Jim said. -You—you killed my girl!" Sheriff Agnes' voice was terrible. Mrs. Hilton backed away Irom her. "Keep away from me. Nothing can be proved. I want my lawyer." Agnes laughed again. "Lawyer? You'll need no lawyer." Mrs. Hilton turned and ran from the room, slammed the door behind her. Agnes moved quickly. Jim caught her, held her. "She won't go far," Jim «aid. "I've locked my car. M They made a small. knot of people on the lake shore, Mrs. Hilton had rowed out 50 feet, «at in the speedboat's stem pouring gas into the tank. "Come back," Jim called. • * • TVTRS. HILTON flung the partially emptied can over the side. "It's not fair. You have to make this an- accident too. You have to. You can still do it. She shouldn't have stolen all those things of mine. Mine—they were all mine!" She waited a full minute for the reply. Mrs. Oswald delivered the Carlson judgment, delivered it harshly. "I trusted you. You tried to kill me. No. I'll not cover up for you this time." Mrs. Hilton started the motor Jim Dunn missed Agnes Argyle then, even before he made out her figure across the lake. She had hurried to the cavern entrance, had gone through the short cut. She stood there on the end ol the pier, her wet clothe* plastered to her gaunt body, wailing for Mrs. Hi'lon. Waiting for the woman who had killed her child. The speedboat waa fairly skimming water now. Jim saw Mrs. Hilton turn to watch them, saw her laugh. Agnes Argyll rtiitd her arm and aimed. Mrs. Hilton saw the grim, waiting figure, apparently saw the gun. She swerved the boat as the gun went off with an echoing report. A tower of water leaped up with the impact of the heavy slug. But Mrs. Hilton had turned too fast. The racer leaped from the water, flipped over, completed a reverse turn. Mrs. Hilton was thrown high in the air, came down to land heavily on the sinking craft The sound of her landing was loud in ttw silence. • • • \TRS. OSWALD came away from the phone as Jim and Nancy went through the drawing room. "I want to know what you're going to do?" . "Report to the proper authorities," Dunn said. Sheriff Agnes Argyle said, "That's me. I'm the proper authority." "All Tight," Jim agreed wearily. "So I've reported to you." Mrs. Oswald's black eye» mapped. She pulled her withered body even more erect. "You'll hear from me, Mr. Dunn. Yon won't lose by your actions. Now, if you'll excuse us? There are things to be arranged." Mrs. Oswald had her hand on Mrs. Kit's arm. "You chose wise- ' ly when you chose Mr. Dunn, Now, we must make our plans, Mrs. Peter." There was just enough hesitation to stress her use of that name. Jim saw the pleasure, the resolution, flood over his client's face. She had reached the Carlson inner circle. From the background came a deep sigh of content from Mrs. Gelstrap. Kit said, "Yes, Mrs. Oswald." The old woman turned to face Agnes Argyle. "And you, Mrs. Toby?" She was uncertain enough to make it a question.' Afnei Argyle shrugged her bony shoulders. "I'll ttand br you, Mrs. Osu'aH." THE END IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Maudree Henderson Moreland> Pltf. vs. Clovls Moreland, Dft. WARNING ORDER The defendant, Clovls Moreland, is warned to appear In the Chancery Court within thirty days and answer complaint of the plaintiff, Maudree Henderson Moreland. Witness my hand and seal of said Court this the U6h day o October, 1964. SEAL OERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By ERNESTINE PETERSON, D.C. 10/18-25-11/1-8 Special Price TBCSON, Ariz. Wl — The school board has asked for new bids from milk companies to supply milk to the schools. Low bid was 26 cents a quart. The same grade milk can be purchased in stores — which are conducting a milk price war — for 20 cents. WAIT!-!- youi ;•. BOB'S GYPSY RUB LINIMENT f-'rom.nt ronij DELIVERY SERVICE Phone 3-4507 Hours: 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. with Delivery to 7 p.m. WOODS DRUG STORE 221 West Alain St. Robertson's Radio and T.V. Service 515 E. Main Wade Warehouse Bldg. Day Fh. 3-42S7 Nile Ph. 3-6704 WE BUY USED FURNITURE PHONE 3-3122 Wade Furn. Co TV and RADIO SERVICE Minor Repairs and Tube Replacement In home (Inside theville city limits) Only S«%50 More Than 20 Years Trafninf and Experience. Factory Service Guarantee on All Makes. Blythevilie Sales Co. Felix Carney. M(rr. 109 E. Main I'h. 3-S616

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