The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 20, 1954 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, November 20, 1954
Page 7
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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1954 BLTTHEriLLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SETEK OUR BOARDING HOUSE — with Major Hoople OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Willlami •WATS VWAV HURTS. OfJClE THIS I* A CRACK AT U» WIN' •IT» A. LITTLI SNOOTY M Hl» NCTTSS *OMSTIM THIS'M •VICTORY BtNOUim* WILL H HILP OUT- BOOMCE A F6W M.Y CHM4 HCMFA0VICVP we. <HINE 6WX-6 FOR ^^um\ti$? BUYING •*xi A ArlAhi SPUT.' CONVALESCING AND * OOM«S Television — Tonight, Tomorrow — WMCT Channel 5, & WHBQ Channel 13 WMCT Channel 5 Saturday Night, Nov. 20 6;00 It's A Great Life 6:30 Lone Ranger 7:00 MicXey Rooney 7:30 Place the Face 8:00 Max Ltebman Presents "Best Foot Forward"'—color 9:30 Hit Parade 10:00 City Detective 10:30 The Vise 11:00 They Stand Accused 12:00 Sign Off 9:40 Sign On 9:45 The Christophers • 10:15 This Is the Life 10:45 Mr. Wizard 11:15 David Brinkley 11:30 American Inventory • 12 £0 Twenty Questions 12:30 Frontiers of Faith 1:00 New York Gitints LOB Angeles Bams 3:30 News 3:45 Adventure 4:00 Big Picture ,, 4:30 Background 5:00 Meet the Press 5:30 Roy Rogers 6:00 People Are Funny 6:30 Mr. Peepers 7:00 Comedy Hour 8:00 TV Playhouse 9;OQ Racket Squad 9:30 Corliss Archer 10:00 NPWB 10:15 Cletc Roberts 10:30 Tales of Tomorrow 11:00 The Challenge 12:00 Sign Off. Monday, Nov. 2Z 6:50 Meditation 7:00 Today 7:25 Weather 7:30 Today 7:55 Memphis Today 8.00 Today 8:25 Memphis Today 8:30 Today 8:55 Exercises with Cathy 9:00 Ding Dong School 9:30 Storyland 9:45 Shopping at Home 10:00 Home Show 11:00 Betty White Show 11:30 Feather "Your West 12:00 News 12:15 Farm News 12:30 Channel Five Club 1:00 3 Steps to Heaven 1:15 Amy VanderblH 1:20 Charm with Cathy 1:30 Homemakers Program 2:00 Greatest Girt 2:15 Golden Windows 2:30 One Man's Family 2:45 Concerning Miss Marlowe 3:00 Hawkins Falls 3:15 First Love 3:30 World of Mr. Sweeney 3:45 Modern Romanes 4:00 Pinky Lee Show 4:30 Howdy Doody '5:00 Captain Video 5:15 Interesting Pereon 5:20 Mr. Single 5:25 Weatherman 5:30 Super Circus 6:00 Evening Serenade 6:15 News Reporter 6:30 Tony Martin Show 6:45 NewE Caravan 7:00 Caesar's Hour 8:00 Star Showcase 8:30 Robert Montgomery 9:30 Badge 714 10:00 Wrestling 10:30 News 10:40 Weather 10:45 Parade of Stan II :00 Tonight 12:00 Sign Off WHBQ Channel 13 Saturday Night, Nov. 20 6:00 Football Roundup 6:15 Weather 6:20 News 6:30 Ozzle <k Harriet 7:00 Jackie Gteason 8-.00 Two for the Money 8:30 Favorite Husband fl;00 That's My Boy 9:30 Stop the Music 10:00 Wrestling 11:00 Big Playback 11:15 Late Show Sunday, No. 21 12:00 Job Seekers 12:15 Look Up,and Live 12:45 The Big Matinee 2:30 Adventure 3:00 The American Week 3:30 Lassie 4:00 Omnibus 5:30 You Are There 8:00 Hamar of the Jungle 8:30 Private Secretary 7:00 Disneyland 8:00 Walter Winchell 8:15 Art Llnkletter S:30 Celeste Holm 9:00 Robert Young 9:30 What's My Line 10:00 Big Town 10:30 Break the Bank Monday, NOF. 22 7:00 Morning Show 8:55 News 9:00 Garry Moore 5:30 Arthur Godfrey 10:30 Strike It Rich 11:00 Valiant Lady 11:15 Love of Life 11:30 Search for Tomorrow 11:45 Guiding Light 12:00 Newa 12:05 Kitchen Magic 12:30 Welcome Traveler 1:00 Robert Q. .LewU 1:15 Bob Crosby 1:30 House Party 2:00 Big .Payoff 2:30 Lady of the HOUB« 2:45 Bob Crosby 3:00 Brighter Day 3:15 Secret Storm 3:30 On Your Account 4:00 Portia Faces Life 4:15 Early Show 5:30 Mars Patrol 6:00 Hsrtoon Time 6:15 Weather 6:20 Nfews 6:25 Do You Know Why 6:30 Doug Edwards 6:45 Perry Como 7:00 Burns AT- Allen 7:30 Talent Scouts 8:00 I Love Lucy 8:30 Llberace 9:00 Studio One 10:00 Weather 10:05 News 10.15 Late Show RAZORBACK SPECIAL! HAMBURGER STEAK Complete with French Fries, Combination Salad and Hot Rolls. Pure Ground Beef Drive In RAZORBACK 75 ( TRUSSES EXPERTLY 1 FITTED Pric« KIRBY DRUG STORES Paint Closeout Many Types ind Colon ^ Price . Hubbard Hardware THE STORTi Ore* SeaTer, leaving a relatively ttceure So» In nearrk of adventure. ha» become chnnlTenr for Wnde Dag- gflt, a wealthy Invnlld who ha* not Ions to live. ToKctaef they £0 out to travel In a trailer, ; necking adventnre. Then Rupert I.andu.ikr, a dliplnreil peraon. la rencoed by them from a poiftlble denth by expojtnre fM a Held where he had been left hy the ftlnne that hronfcht him Into the country. rcrcK qnenllona the wNdom of keeping the Mmnjcffled . alien TFtfh Ihrm, hnl the man'a need for food and IK the mom liniiorlnnt thlnK to be Iflkeu cote of. • • • XI TJJ7HEN Greg awakened Rupert " lor lunch, the latter sat up beaming and not at all apologetic. He glanced once toward the liquor shelf and when he saw that it was empty he smiled and devoted himself to his meal as though he expected it to be his last. When he had finished, he said with the overemphasis that Greg so disliked, "I am warm. 1 am safe. I am fed. 1 do not want to move from this spot. Ever." Then he laughed and sprang to his feet. "And now," he said gaily, "I will wash the dishes." Greg/ who had intended to assign this task to him, felt a trifle let down. As soon as the dishes were put away, Rupert crawled into the upper bunk and fell into a heavy sleep. "Exhaustion," Daggett explained, "and malnutrition. And for some people sleep, like alcohol, blnnks out what they lack the courage to face," • "Cheaper, too. Pity he doesn't stick to it." . '. There was a.quizzical expression around Daggett's eyes. Intolerance that was so dogmatic should be outlawed in anyone over 23, he thought. He said aloud, "You don't like him." . . "I can't figure him out." "He may surprise you." "That," Greg admitted, "is v.'l-nt I'm afraid of." Becnuse of I .• ll\"i'2i tl::y .: cd Borton. .Rupert ut betid* Greg while Daggett, who tired easily, was propped up in the back seat of the convertible. Rupert pulled a key from his pocket, tossed it up in the air and caught it with a dexterous flick of his wrist. The car struck a bump and the key was jarred out of his hand. He scrambled around until he found it "Looking for a house that will Rupert slipped the key Into his pocket. "There is no house that • * * TT was not until they reached a 1 small industrial town that the alien was interested in his surroundings. "This is America," he declared. "Standard brand," Greg said. "Uglier than most." "Ugly, yes, but It it alive, young, thrusting ahead into the future, believing that there will be a future. To a European that is t miracle in which no man dares believe," His harsh voice was momentarily, drowned out by the shrill noon whistle of a factory, the siren of an ambulance, the tooting of horns "It is full of contradictory thylhmt and cacophony like a Stravinsky ballet." "Nothing here but box factories," Greg pointed out. "Why not boxes? Boxes to carry all the things in the advertisements. Think of boxes that way. Carrying furs to New England and beach umbrellas to Florida. I used to read American advertisements and dream—" "O! Florida beaches?" "Of merchandising methods," Rupert said in a tone of such ecstasy that Daggett let out a blast of delighted laughter. Rupert turned to look at him. "Do you realize what that means? That people believe that they will be here tomorrow and next year; that the furniture will be used in a house with four walls and a root, a house thai will Hand Th* dispoueued de not buy, Mr. Daggett. They have no place to put their purchases. I like advertising. It means a kind of faith that seems fantastic and wonderful to me. Some day, il I am not told to move on—" for all his lack of stress he made th* contingency seem wildly improbable—"! am going to take a product and make millions of people want it, make them feel they cannot be happy without it." "And suppose they can't aftord it?" Greg insisted. • a * SC (~\F course," Rupert agreed. "So the mama says, 'I must have it,' and the papa works harder and makes more money So he can buy it for mama and there is more business for everyone." "So what?" Greg said sourly. "I thought," Rupert lamented, "you were more enterprising. Take this town. It is dynamic and you complain because it is not pretty." "You had better take a closer look at it I've got to stock up on food; suppose you come alone and carry bundles." There was an electric silence and then Rupert inquired, "Will they ask for my papers?" "Why should they?" Rupert swaggered down th* street beside Greg, wearing on* t ot Daggett's haU at a jaunty ; angle and wrapped in an overcoat that belonged to the old man. It fitted his bony frame like a blanket The effect should have been ludicrous, but he draped the coat over his shoulders like a cape and managed to invest it with a certain rakish grace. Rupert looked like a swashbuckling character airtight out of Dumai and he Invested his movements with old-world glamor, while h« thirsted after American roots. In the middle of the street a policeman wai directing traffic. Greg grasped Rupert's ar.n. and started toward him. Under his hand he felt the thin arm grow rigid. Then Rupert pulled away with a spasmodic Jerk, Or«f asked th* officer for directioni and turned to Rupert He wai jone. tl» B» C*«UM**> f ^^*&&£^jrr "I don't think your father appreciate! your putting hii hair up in pin curls while he wa* napping!" "Talk about the wonders of TV—that waitern wai play ing at the theater in my home town when I wai a kid! »NO TOW K THE STKOKE OF 1?^ VOUK COACH WILL TURN INTO A PUMPKIN AND YOUR LOVELY COSTUWE INTO £ASS ? RELAY.. JENtW !U SUZE THAT'S 6B3CXS NOBWW DRESSED AS CANIO THE CLOWN.AND tU EQUALLY SLUE THAT'S NOT HIS FIANCEE WITH HIM/ HMM._ I'M OfUS TO SEE WHO SHE'IS WHEN SHE UNMASKS/ OH, IT'S SO LOVELY, 6UT I FEEL THAT I RWE NO RIGHT TO 5E HRE -THAT I DON'T NOPE~ STOPPED I tWEKa-HINQ MYSELF! nut SOMETHING YES, SIR! EVERY TIME 1 WEIGHED MYSELF 1 GAINED ANOTHER POUND; Stay at pointing a finger... Hert'i o low cost dr world of power in your bond. Perfect homeowner, farmer, •xtra light weight— Drilli V4* In ileel, wood. Handy and helpful tn a hundred different ways. ill that pull o trie palm of for hobbyist. Easy to ui« r only 3V4 Ibt. in hard- $AJ95 HUSH N6VBK TOLP JIMAIW...LENT HIS 9ROTHEK MOJEV, TOO ...POeSN'T SOUrJP LIKE A SUV WHO rvOULP KILL HIS SKOTHEK AMP CRACK A SAEE, POES HE? 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