The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 25, 1955 · Page 19
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 19

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 25, 1955
Page 19
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER MS, 19!* BLTTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS PAGE NINETEEN By J. R. .Williams OUR BOARDING HOUSE — with Major H*opl« OUT OUR WAY VEH,THEY'RE LETTIW ON THAT THE MACHIWE IS. MORE HUMAW AM' CAW TELL 'EM MORE, BUT WON'T THIMkCSCMF THAT KIP SWIWOS OW 'EM-HE'S TOU6H. THEM REPAIR ouys HAVE GOT A LOT OF TRICKS TO KIP TH' K3VS ON THEM AUTOMATIC MACHIMES THAT TURW OUT WORK WITHOUT HELP.' GO AHEAP, WISE 6UY&, HAVE YOUR FUkl WITH THAT piece OF AIR HOSE. VOUE CCU/VEPY IS SREACT CAESAR/ Tr<E MpvegAofTo "';" HOOPL6 MANOR f ^f Mlt-IO AlJD FLED FOR BEAK TOMORROW/— { I LIFE.' MOvJ He Pe6l« IT ASAlii ftWD DECIDES /MA3OK t TOOk'A STROLL' MI565D TMANKS6NIM6 KEEP TALKING, cupC4.Ke,i'M EVER.Y WORP YOU'RE SAf IN6 / WHEM THIS LOM6-PLAr RECORD IS THROUGH I'LL KNOW ItS TIME TO THMK ABOUT HAMS- It's his blood pressure! I think it's gone up since I got the kitten!" "We'd better break him of his 2 o'clock feeding pretty soon, or we'll get big faster than he does!" pAeooxj ME roe BKEAK- IWG THINGS UP-SUCH AS OIK ENGAGEMENT FLASH POWEU-- WHBQ Channel 13 Television — Tonight, Tomorrow — WMCT Channel WMCT Channel 5 Friday NiRht, Nov. 25 6:00 Wild Bill Hlckok 6:30 Eddie Fisher 6:45 Nffws Caravan 7:00 Truth or Consequences 7:30 Life of RUey 8-.00 Bis Story 8:30 Stories of the Century 9:00 Cavalcade of Sports 9:45 Frank Leahy and Football ' 10:00 Your Esso Reporter 10:15 Lbrelta Young 10.45 Weather 10:50 Touchdown U:15 Tonight 12:00 Sign Ofr Saturday Noyemher, 36 8:00 For Your Information 9:30 Bellevue Baptist Church 10:00 Captain Midnight 10:30 Tales of tfte Texas Rangers 11:00 Bis Top 12:00 Andy's Gang 12:30 BarKer Bill 12:45 Tops 1:00 Saturday Show 3:30 Wild BUI Hickofc 4:00 Buffalo Bill Jr. 4:30 Annie Oakley 5:00 Top Ten Danct Party 5:55 Lcs Paul and Mary Ford 6:00 Little Rascals 6.25 Weather 6:30 Ozarfc Jubilee 7:00 Navy Log 8:00 Lawrence Welk fl-.OQ Million Dollar Movie 10:30 Classic Theatre WHBQ Channel 13 Friday Night, Nov. 25 6:00 Little Rascals 6:25 Do You Know Why 6:30 Sfjt. Preston of the Yukon 7:00 Ozzie and Harriet 7:30 Crossroads 8:00 Dollar A Second 8:30 Camera "4" 9:00 confidential File 9:30 Damon Runyon Theatre 10:00 News 10:10 Weather [0:15 Les Paul and Mary Ford 10:20 Late Show 11:55 Weather Saturday, November 26 3:00 News &. Meditation 8:15 Storytlrae 8.30 Mr. Wl?.RTd 9;00 Pinky Lee 9:30 Paul Winchell—Jerry Ma honey 10:00 Fury 11:00 11:30 12:00 12:15 3:00 3:15 3:30 4:30 5:00 5:30 6:00 6:30 7:00 6:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30 12:00 Pride of the land Cartoon Carnival Terry and the Pirates Press Box Preview Football in color Army — Navy Scores Cartoons Western Theatre Robin Hood Scoreboard Father Knows -Beev It's A Great Life Blft Surprise Perry como Max Llebman Presents "Dearest Enemy"-color Your Hit Parade Millionaire The Vise Burns and Allen Mystery Theatre Sign Oil Best Grade Illinois Coal and Kindling Nut Coal 1 or more tons $10 per ton plus tax B&CCoalCo. NOTICE IN THE PROBATE COURT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OP THE ESTATE OP No. GROVER E. SNIDER, deceased Last known address ot decedent: Manila. Arkansas Date of death: November 10, 1355. An instrument dated July. 6, 1953, was on the 16th day of November. 1955, admitted to probate as the iVst will of the above named decedent, and the undersigned has been appointed executrix thereun- der. A contest of Ihe probate o! the i'ill can be effecled only by filing a petition within the time provided 6y law. « All persons having claims against the estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to the undersigned within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice, or they shjll be forever barred and precluded from any benefit in the estate. r. This notice first published the nth day of November, 1855. DOROTHY LOUISE SNIDER, Executrix. Manila, Arkansas. Oscar Fendler, Attorney. 11/17-25 There are as many as 150,000 tiny The germanium leaf, about two ten-thousandths of an inch thick, can be made into an oscillator that is attached to lifeboats. When in contact with sea water, the tiny device manufactures the radio signals to guide the rescue plane dt- n air cells in an ordinary bottle cork. I rectly to persons in distress. G. 0. POETZ OIL CO, FUEL OIL Sell That Stuff Phone 2-2089 Visit Conny's Conoco Service, Ash & Division Day of (he Outlaw By L*« W.ll. &*,ti)lit 195S, fcy Lw Wtlli. Distend b r NEA Smice, IIK. Tn* 1 , STOItVr Jnofc Brnhn'H ontlnw pflt-k bolrn up In Dittrr, Wj'o., iNolatrd hy imimwwiMe roitd« riurlrtir II thHW. One loivnn- Mfttt k» been killed, HCVcrnl Binnhandled »nd Ike . niltlawN knre iieUrri ill tke Kiinfl nnd niummnUion, Ine.ludinK the n1(K-k Jit the Blin-e. »aft Mitrdo.;k fenr» for tke J*nfet7 «* P«uln I'rewtdn, daughter or the operator of the lumbee 7*rd. He In In love nltk her, Jlfl 1ft naii'K ho»». Blnine Stnrrelt. owner ol the Star ranea. Uluinf h«» been trrlnff to erowd Hal Crane of the I1C rnnrh «nt of Ihe valley and now BInlNC «inr(tent« thnl therr may ne "nnother war" than .1 ra.iKe -war. ninr ffcat the oailaw" are in town. XIII JACK BRUHN stood at the window ot the stage station and looked at the town. He could see the general store, the livery stable and a small and neat house on one of the three roads that joined the main highway just beyond the station. .Everywhere he looked each square foot of earth was bottomless mud. No man in his right sense would attempt to ride across this desolate range. Safe enough, Jack thought, but it was the only thing that gave him pleasure. He saw each man more clearly this morning. Tex, rolling a cig- aret, looked peaceful enough, but Jack had known for a long time •that Tex had plans for leading this bunch. A wrong word, an order that might anger him, •could set that unpredictable personality «bl»z« and Tex would jmake his play. ', Jack's harsh eyes moved to .Juarez Smith. This morning he 'looked like a treacherous jackal, even though he smiled at some joke Tex had made. Juarez would side with Tex. Ho was Tex's shadow and echo, as Tex thought so did Juarez, as Tex acted, Juarez backed him. So count him against you when the showdown comes. Pact Odium arose (torn hu blankets and strolled to the door, looked out on the street. He had first seen Pace down in the San Juan country and had dismissed him as a stripling. Then be had seen Pace react to the gibings of two swaggering punchers. They had died, swiftly and violently, and Jack could still see the exultant, savage gleam in those pale eyes. Somehow you were always glad that Pace Odium held no anger against you. He joyed in killing, reveled in blood and. it was something far and beyond what Jack had seen in other killers. It made you shiver sometimes. But where would Pace stand if Tex called a showdown? Jack didn't know. Then Gene Hiatt arose and Jack's attention swung to him. Another kid, another stripling, Jack thought. I can depend on Gene where I'll have to sound Pace out before any trouble breaks. Count one for me, Jtia- :ez for Tex, and Pace either way. But Gene Hiatt didn't swing uch weight in Jack's mind. Sure, he had come to the band wanted by a sheriff. But this life didn't fit him. Jack had ,the feeling Gene was sorry of his bargain and some day they would wake up and find the kid had skipped. "All right," Vause palled. "It's cooked ... you eat it." CHARLEY VAUSE, Jack thought, fair with a gun, but better when he knew he had the whole gang behind him. Vausc would probably follow Jack's lead. One more lor me, then count Denver. Egnn would back Tex artd Juarez, thinking they had the advantage. Jack helped himself to food, a mug of coffee and walked Dack to his blankets. As he sal cross- legged, Mting, hii hard t moved restlessly from man to man, weighing, fudging, accept- ng, rejecting until it seemed that his thoughts went in a crnzy circle. There was a knock on the door a few moments later and every man's head jerked up in alarm. Jack stood up as Pace walked to the door and opened it. "Excuse me," Vic Frazin said. Jack grunted, "Let him in, Pace." "All of 'em?" "Just my two sons," Vic said riastiiy. He stepped aside and Jack recognized Bob Frazin, the older boy. The other was about , a stocky, awkward kid who looked around in excitement and open admiration. Vic placed his hand on the lad's shoulder, gave Jack an ingratiating smile. "This is Art—my youngest. Helps me at the store and he'll grow up to be a fine merchant some day." Vic smiled. * * * ART edged toward Charley Vause, his eyes resting a long time on the walnut grip of the bolstered pistol. "You're really an outlaw, mister?" Charley blinked, glanced at Jack, then gave the kid a twisted grin. "Sure, didn't you know?" "Art!" Vic said sharply, "mind your manners." He returned .to Jack. "I wondered if we could have the keys to the store. Won't he many come, of course, but they do need the things we have to sell. No harm in it, is there?" Jack fished the keys from his pocket. He gave them to Vic and then looked over at Hiatt. "Go with 'em, Gene. Give the store another check. You might hang around to sec that they don't pull a trick." Vic and Bob slogged ahead, the boy stayed close to Gene, having a hard time with the go- Ing but trying to give all of his admiring attention to Gene. "What's it like to be an outlaw. Mister?" the boy asked suddenly. "It's . . . well, you wouldn't like it," Gene said in n strained voice. (!• Dt C«nUan«d) I'M GOING TO TIDY MY ROOM, MOP THE FLOOR, DUST THE STAIRS AND VACUUM THE RUGS. _ WHAT MAKES' THINK JUST THINK, PRISCILLA; IT'S ONLY ONE MOMTH TILL CHRISTMAS Special BEER Prices FALSTAFF and GRIESEDIECK BROS. Y~ H/M HOW HE Ll UVM5 (M-OWE. I6LES5 n'S TO<- ICHECK ON THE EEL 24 b(!s. Phillip Applebaum Liquor Store Paint Closeouf M«ni TTPW and Colors Hubbard Hardware COKE...TWVT BIWS5 A BELL.TOOl \ THAT WDULP BUT I CAM r-«AIT, COKE STILETTO! \EXPLAIM WHV THE SMtosTER WIO WAS D6PORTHP HE'D W.V TO' VENT ASO' IT& HIS PICTURES /TAKE ROYCE'S THrtT THI" MUO REttlMDE-D WE OF ; L/ PLACE,EASY...' TO G&T SnCK! U THE STATES'. VF LOCKS A LOT LIKE KOVCE \ f SKA.WPV BUT THSKE'S SPM&THIW3 ELSE CALL5 HWi ABOUT HIM THAT* UA.6UELV VXOK&" FAWiLIAB. «AS'B6 IF I KMElM/} —r HI& YOU STASBP THAT 'ACCIDENT" 50 VOU COULD STEP ItJTO ROYCE'S &HOE&1 WHY? ANP WHAT HAVE YOU POHeMTH $•750 For Your Old ELECTRIC RAZOR on a new Remington, Schirk. Sunbeam, Ronson or N T orelc,o WE'D BE UP \ TO HERE IN / YER..] HOT UATER! FYA WANT TO WASH IT OUT; I DON'T LIKE EITHER. OSCAR- EXPERT WATER PUMP REPAIR Hubbard Hardware THINK WE'D BETTER, FINE! NOW MOM CAN WE GEE Watch Cleaning $3.50 3 day Service Mr. A. B. Ford, registered ehron- ographcr technician with 23 years watchmaking experience, is now associated with our firm. \Ve arc now offering 3-d!>>- walch repair service. O'STEENS III «'. Main BEST BUYS Christmas Cards Personalized witli Name --i NWrXH \ CCMVW>'\ F * \X Across From City Hall Expert Shoe Repairing, aniiiR, .Dyeing GOOIl <JSKO SHOES FOR SAr.E 112 S. Kroailway •,.!r.. l,n-. T. M. U,«. V. 8. P»l Off.

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