The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 26, 1955 · Page 7
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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1998 (ARK.) COURIER News PACK SEVEN OUR 00ARDING HOUSE — with Major Hoopl. r HE M6ET6 MfMeOLB OUT OUR WAT By J. R. Williams WHUT'S ALL TH' YAWKIM' OH THE WIRE? YOU'VE PULLEP TH : RADIO OFF TH'TABLE . /WJD IT'S A WRECK/ <5CT TM*T THPNO Ofr V HIM--I'M AFRAIP Of » ELECTRicrTV/ TOU-LL FINP ME STRANGLE? DA5M IT ALL! WHY I.HN-I w p, get ,.; A MAM OF MY MeMTAL ™ rLtfc ' N oeooce WHAT FEAR-MHEri ASAINl ArtO BETTER SI\IE HI/A Art EARFUL Ar-SD MOT A WORD BORWTH1RTTV VEAR.6-TOO SOOW CLUTAKE tr/ ME SAID a > LOOKS UTTgRLYQLAWOROUS ON , OF COURSE - I'P DELIGHTED we, to, BE R16HT PACK.' JUST TVUS one — I'M &OOKED SOLIOTMC R.E$r OP THE EVENING / Television — Tonight, Tomorrow — WMCT Channel 5, & WHBQ Channel 13 tt'AICT Channel 5 Saturday SiRlU, Nov. 26 6.0) Little Rascals • 6.25 Weaiher 6 '.'^ Oztirk; Jubilee 7:CO Navy Los 8.00 Lawrence We Ik 0.00 Million Dollar Movie 10-30 Classic Theatre Sunday. November 21 10:50 News ,t Meditation 11:00 The Christophers 11.30 This Is thn Life 12:00 American Forum : ]2.,.f Frontiers of Fnlth '" l;00 American Inventory 1:30 Youth Wants to Know 2.00 Dr. Speck 2:30 Zoo Parade 3-00 Wide. Wide World 4::;0 Captain Gallant 5:00 Long John Silver 5.30 Roy Rogers 6.'JO Eddy Arnold 6:30 Frontier 7.00 Varttcy Hour R:00 Television Hour S;00 Doiiclas Fairbanks 9:30 Hichway Patrol 10:00 Paris Precinct 30:30 Climax 11.30 Sign Off Monday, November 28 6-50 Meditation 7:00 Today 7:25 We:-lhcr — Memphis area 7:30 Today 7:55 Toc'.ay In Memphis 8:00 Today 8:25 News 8:JO Today 8:55 Nc-.Vh and Weather ' 9:00 D;:i-- nong School 3:30 Storylaiid 9:45 Chfirin \vl[h Calhy 1(1.00 Homt; Shaw 11:30 Feather Your Neat 12:00 News 12:!5 Firm News I2::io TV Mijvif Matinee 1:45 L>".te With Life 2:00 .Matinee Theatre — eolor 3:00 rh:>iine! Five Theatre 3:30 \Vorkl of Mr. S\vt'pi]i'y 3:4ft Modern Romances ^:00 Pinky Lee 4:30 Howciy Doody-volor 5:"0 Afternoon Moyle 5:25 Wrcstlltv Interview 5:30 Interesllng Person 5.:') Ciirtoon 5:55 Weather 6 00 Captain Z-Rb 6:^0 Tony Martin 6:'5 New.s Caravan 7:00 Cr.esar'.s Hour 8:00 The Medic 8:30 Rohrrt Montgomery 9:30 SMence Fiction Theatre 10:00 Your --sso Reporter in.15 Wrn/iing 10:45 Weather 10:50 Myiicr.y Thei.tre 11:15 Tonight 12.•;!) S:;n Oft' WHBQ Channel 13 Saturday-Nighi. Nov. 26 (i:0f) It's A Great Life 6:30 Br^ Surprise 7:0 ; ) Perry Co mo 8:00 M:i:: Liebman Pres- cmr- "Direst En- cmy"-color 9:30 You:- Hit Parade 10.00 Millionaire 10:30 The Vise 11 :')0 Rurns and Allen ll'.'in Mv5ic'~y Theatre 12:<XJ Hisii Off sutulay. NOV. 37 12:15 For Your Iniormallon 12:50 Player ol 1 the'Week 1:00 Chicago Bcors- ClUc:i!;o Cardinals 3:55 Professor Pet 4:00 Lassie 4:30 Suprr Circus 5:00 Jitdpe Bean 5:30 Rin" Tin Tin 6:00 Waterfront 6-.30 Famous Film Festival 8.DO Cii:in<:e or A Lifetime 8:30 Ted Mack 9:00 Life Begins At Eighty 9:30 Hollywood Silver Screen 11:00 Les Paul and Mary Ford 11:05 Hews 11:15 Weather .Monday, Nov. 28 8:45 News & Weflther 9:00 Romper Room 10:00 This is Hollywood 11:30 Jitu Erwln 12.00 News 12:05 lAinchtlme Theatre 12'.''.Z Early Show 2:!5 Miss America Matinee 3:00 Foreign Intrigue 3:30 Jozo and His Friends. 4.00 Auiry-Ro^ors 4:55 Mr. 131 tig Us 5:00 Mickey i.Touse Club C:ta title Hiist-als 6.25 Do You Know Why 6:20 Topper 7:00 TV Reader's Digest 7:30 Voice of Firestone 8:00 Kit Carson 8:30 Medical Horizons 9:0.) Mobil Theatre 9:30 Big Town 10:00 News 10; 15 LPS Paul and Mary Ford 10:20 Lato Show 11:50 Weather To remove rust stain from fab-i salt and place over a steaming ten j on hour rics. sonk the stain in lemon juice.; kettle. Or. dumpcn the spot. rub. remote or moisten with leinon juice and'with cream of tartar and let stand t bclore washing. Repeat if antiquity in southern Asia. Try a Texaco Service Station First/ We Can Supply You with the Finest TEXACO HEATSNG OIL We deliver anywhere in Mississippi County BOBLOGAN "YOUR TEXACO MAN" Blvtheville Phone 3-3391 Joiner Phone 2421 Carpenter Work Contract or Hourly No Job Too Big or Too Small Phone 3-9680 or 3^4464, exr. 105 CONTRACTORS Ray Sounders & E. McGaha Day of the Ouilaw By Lee WeNs Copyrighr 1955, by Lee Welli. Distributed by NEA Service, tnc THE KTOHV; J.Trk Uruhn nil Ilie 1-lllllfllK lirrntril XIV TWO \vomon waited^mder the store canopy, heavy coats making j both look shapeless. One was' around 50. a [j rim-jawed womnn with gray hair that held no softness. Yet her deep brown eyes were strangely gentle and Gene instantly saw a likenc'ss between her and the gir) who stood beside her. His heart lifted at the sight of Ernine. as it had each time he had seen her. Vic came up on the porch and tried vainly to-stomp the gumbo off his boots "I cot the key, Mom'," he said and glanced at Gene. "Ts this one of ... them?'" Mrs. Fraxin asked and Gene flushed at the contempt in her voice. i "Yes. come to make sure everything is all right." Gene caught the girl's eyes upon him. Her glance slid away and a slight touch of color came to the olive cheeks. He wondered for a wild moment if this was the beginning of an interest in him but the' boy's shrill statement shattered the thought. "Maw, I'm going to be an out- 'la-'" Mrs Frazln's hand caught the boy alongside the car. The sharp unexpected blow made Art cry 'and then look at his mother in .surprise "What was that for, Maw?" ' "Thai was for wanting to be a ,sneak, a thief and a dirty, cowardly killer." "Mom!" Vic hastily turned .from the door. He looked appre- hpriMvHv at Gene The woman conunued to glare uid Gene icU. his face grow fiery red before her eyes. "She's right," he said, voice muffled. His attention swung to the boy. "There's not a worse kind of a life than this, kid. When we're gone, forget us, or you'll be sorry the rest of your days." Art stared. Mrs. Frazin took a deep breath, turned on her heel and stalked into the store, Vic following her. Ernine gave Gene a long, undci brow look, a touch of wannth in her eyes. But iX was only fleeting and she walked into the store as though he didn't exist. t * * VIVIAN McLEAR had been up since just after sunrise, prepared her breakfast and then had started the day's work, finishing the dress for Mrs. Majors. She realized she had no more thread. She opened the sewing basket but could not find the same color among all the spools it contained. She arrived at the store, wearing boots, an old dress and an ancient coat. She had glimpsed some strange men at the stage station but had felt only a minor curiosity. Travelers often put up at the station because the village had no hotel. But something grim and frightened in Vic. Frazin's face and manner and the way Bob nervously watched the window told her something was wrong. She went, to the thread counter and Ernine came to wait on her. Mrs. Frazin's voice boomed from behind the rolltop desk. "Miss McLcar, you surely ain't sewing today!" Vivian turned, puzzled. "Why, yes." Mrs. Frazin came s t r i d i n a down the aisle, seeming to domi-. nate the store. "Didn't you hear those gunshots last night?" "Someone's always celebrating at the Wyoming Bnr." Ei-nlne placed two spools at I thread on the counter and Vivian J gave her a coin. "Mother is talking about the bandits." "We \vcre robbed?" "Worse'n ihiit," Airs. Frruin snapped. "They've took over the whole town. They wounded Lewis and killed Tommy Rikes." Vivian looked disbelicvingiy at Ernine, "Tommy! It can't be; Where's Ava?" "She collapsed and they took her home." "I'll go over right away." She turned but Vic stopped her, "Maybe you'd better be careful. Can't tell what these outlaws do." Vivian shrugged it off. smiled at Vic. "I cnn take care of myself," She walked out on the porch, leaving Vic worriedly shaking his head. In her haste she did not see Dan Murdock and she prac- tic.'illy walked into him. "I heard about Tommy Rikes. Dan. I'm going to see if Ava needs anything." "Alone?" "No one will hurt me." "I'll not take a chance," She tried to protest but he would not listen. They fought the mud to the street directly across from the livery stable. '* * * THEY soon reached the Rikes house, across the muddy street from the Preston's. Dan knocked on the door. Me heard footsteps and then the door was thrown open. Tex Darrow stood framed. He scowled at Dan and his hard, black eyes skipped to Vivian. Surprise flashed over his face He grinned widely as Vivian gasped. "Tex!" Dan wheeled around. Her face had grown pale and she had lifted her hand to her mouth, her fingers pressing again her lips. She was like a person who suddenly looked upon disaster nnd knew there was no escape. Tex stepped out on the porch, his hand extended to Vivian, a cyn.i- cal pleasure in his expression. "A surprise, Belle! It's a long way . . , and a long time . from Wichit.i." (To Be CouUnucU) Best Grade Illinois Coal and Kindling Nut Cool 2 or more tons $10 per ton plus tax B&CCoalCo. S. Hiway 61 Phont 3-861Z Special BEER Prices FALSTAFF and GRIESEDIECK BROS. 24 btls. Phillip Applebaum Liquor Store EXPERT WATER PUMP REPAIR Hubbard Hardware Phone 2-2015 25 * M "It seems like yesterday when we were calling up baby sitters for her—now she's picking her own!" -{ Mi?S.WAYNE,rVE BEEN SUCH A IT WAS A ROTTEN TCICkT \STUP1D i PLWED oi you,p«; BUT < FOOL! l^v irs WE HAD TO SHOW FLASH p.—4 ANY CONIN HiS TRUE COLORS. •^.^••'"SOLATOJ, PAT.SOME- ONE SAlD.'fT NEcDS BPAMS TOBEAKEAL ACEASH,ASOBAND THEED/UZOFACAB.' GEOBSE,! TH»K WE JUSTHEA20A BOMANCE BEEAK UP.' Y IT'S ME, FLASH W FDWELL.IWAKIT •TOTAU^TO'rOU, WSS FNCH. 1 'WELL. HOW DO YOU EXPECT ME TO KNOW? I JUST MOVED HERE I LL HAVE YOU KNOW WE'VE LIVED HERE fVALL OUR LIVES 'YOU MUST BE NEW IN THIS NEIGHBORHOOD MMM.' I'VE NEVER SEEN YOU Q-1RLS BEFORE.' Ae PRISON SKEWS SHREK AWE I'VE SOT VOUB SON. POM'T Lee rr. CALL TO THE CTTH6R 6UABt> ID COV.6 fOWN HEEE. AND TAliE OFF SO LOWS,. sooeuvs/ 1W£D IT PEP- FECTUV...NSHT FALLINS.- FO6 ROLLINS IW/ . I»S *T KEA Swrtt.. lot. T. M. H.g. U. S. P.t OH VE5...TKEKE'P BB NOBODY TO , 6KTOSE HIW.IF KOVC6 MID I ey $TEPPIMS WTO \ weg& DEftO! on EMI! raits SHOES THI&V WAV HAMB DIED IW THAT HE'* NOT DEN) VET, \ YOtTLL TELL US AMY- BUT TK6RB MUTttUCH IWAY! I'M TUKNIMS YOU TIME! TLL TELL YOUy IN, AWO FLYIMS TO TH' HOW TO FIND HIM. IP < SCENE 0' TH' "ACOPEMr 1 . VOUIL IMJ IIS LOOSED IF HE IS DEAD, YOU MURPEKERS WILL BURN! YOU'LL WEVEK FINO HIM /WE CAMTTAKE THERE-...* AMY PROOF HE'*/ A CHANCE, EASY! NOT ALIVE! AHO We CANT AS LONS ESTHERS 6E TKIEP IM TH' STATES » A FAINT HOPE FOR A SU5PECT6P CRIME V OF SAUINS HIMi IN MEXICO! 5——-'V WEAMISTOOAS THEY SAY! DEPORTED HOODLUM COULD SST BACK. INTO WS STAT65 WITH A NEW 1DEMTITY THAT MIGHT HEV6K BE. QUESTIONED! 'ATS RIGHT.' SENV/ ...CR I WAS OOP. THA'S ME.'/ TILL-lOU LUNKS .OOP, THAT'S X PERSONAL I GOT HAPPY WITH RlSi WHAT RANK \ AIDE TO V THAT FOOL TIME- DID YOU PROMOTE FOR/ ALEXANDER \ MACHINE! ,VOUR5ELR.GEMERAL /THE ( GREAT SCMETHIi'Mfi WELL.MR.LOSSftL.ITJW'^YEH.I KNOVV- DIPN'T WORK OUT/'I HAVEViOU WANTK YOU'RE TOO GOOD FOR [ONLY ONE \ ^OUR 7 DO660NE YOU, DID IT? _Si THING 1 MONEY/ RISHT ' I e YOU CLEAN OFF THIS TA3LE BSFOP6 YOU BWISJS FOOD! OKAY ! PON'T SLOW A SASKET. as WITH YA IN A MINUTE, FUDDSY! POESM'T HELP; ss IT OUT OF MY , vovs\ t T ^f*>"^ GOW»*S. OVi MSBSi &0\V«;> "^O TK. «R.V ViCW, tUAfc > CSX Paint Cioseout Mnny Types and Colors \ Price Hubbard Hardware Kirby Drug Store $750 For Your Old / ELECTRIC RAZOR on a ne\v Remington, Schick, Sunbeam, Ronson or Norelco Watch Cleaning $3.50 3 day Service Mr. A. B. Ford, registered chron- ojiriiplipr technician with 'i'i years watc.hmakine experience, is now associated with our firm. We are now offering 3-(lay watch repair service. O'STEENS 111 VV. Main BKST BUYS Christmas Cards Personalized with Name $450 up Samuel F. Norris Across From Cily Hall BUFFORD SHOE SHOP Expert Shoe Repairing, Cleaning; Dyeing GOOD USED SHOES FOR SALE 112 S. r.rnachvay

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