The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 27, 1954 · Page 7
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SATURDAY NOVEMBER 27, 1954 (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE) SEVEN OUR BOARDING HOUSE — with Mojo? Hooplt OUT OUR WAY •y J. R. Williams MV VJORD, gUSTSR f WHAT AM OOTLAMDISH Of FATE THAT WOULD ~-HSH-WEH.' I MUST FEEL HIM. OUT OM THE 50B3ECT IM A TACTFUL WAV/ gSAIN WAVE JUST MIT M6 TO HEAD ALL THAT 5UY YOLK PAlNTINS OF SHAKES- PC ARE LoOtfS LIK6. MOT OMLY 0VJNS A BAB, gUT CHARGES HlrA- •S6LP WITH A FEW VOUTS MOW 1 AND •tHerl TO KEEP trie JUICE FROM I $flOtUH6/-~lFYpl> CATCH HIM. 1(4 THE MOOD MS MI6UT Buy •THAT. PICTURE .' UES.tHAT 1IOULD 6& A CAPRlce ALL i?iswT= IF TOlTO PUT ItXJR. THINGS AWAY P«OPER LY WB IrYOUUfrCr MWE TDSOTHROUOH tyis MB HAO-BOIH OUT READY TO e«AB Haf>.' SOMEONE* 5 , IN MY ROOM / Television — Tonight, Tomorrow — WMCT Chann.l 5, & WHBQ Channel 13 WMCT Channel 5 6.00 It's A Great Life «:30 Lone Ranger f:00 Mickey Rooney f 7:30 Place the Pace 8;00 imogene Co<!a 8:30 Star theatre . 9:00 George Oobfcl 9:30 Hit Parade 10:00 City Detective 10:30 The Vise 11:00 They Stand Accused 12:00 Sigti Oil Sunday. Nov. 28 Saturday Night, Nor. 27 B-.40 Sign On 9:45 The Christophers 10:15 This IB the Life 10:48 Mr. Wtwird 11:15 David Brtnfcley 11:30 Zoo Parade 12:00 Twenty Questions 12:30 Frontiers at Faith 1:00 Cleveland Browne vs. New York Giants $:00 Meet thp. Press 5:00 Meet the Pfes 5:30 Roy Rdgcrs fi:00 People are Funny 6:.10 Mr. Peepern " 7:00 comedy Hour 8:00 TV Pliiybouae 9:1)0 Rflcket Squad 9:30 corUes Archer 10:00 News 10:15 Clete Roberts 10:30 Tales of Tomorrow 11:00 Medic 11:30 Big Picture 12:00 Sign Off Monday, NoV. 29 6:50 Meditation 7 ;00 Today 7:25 Weather 7:30 Today 7:5& Memphis Today 8:00 Today 8:25 MemphU Todiy 8:30 Today 8:53 Exercises with Cathy 9:00 Ding DOHR School 9:30 Storylnnd 9:45 Shopping at Homft 10'00 Home Show II'.00 Betty White Show 11:30 Feather Your Nest 13:00 News 12:15 Farm News 12:30 Channel Five ClUb 1 00 3 Steps to Heaven l:lfc Amy VanderbHt 1:20 Charm with Gfthy 1:30 Homeniafcerfc Program 2:00 Greatest Gift 2:15 Golden Windows 2:30 One Mali's Family 2:45 Concerning Miss Marlowe. 3:00 Hawkins Falls 3:15 Flrat Lovfe 3:30 World of Mr. Sweeney 3:45 Modern Romances 4:00 Pinky Lee ShoW 4:30 Howdy Doody 5:00 Captain Vld«b 5:10 Interesting Person 5:20 Mr. Blngle 9:25 Weatherman 5:30 Wrestling Interview 5:35 Super circus fl:DO Evening Serenade 6:13 News Reporter 6:30 Tony Martin Show 8:45 News Caravan 7:00 Caesar's Hour 8:00 Star Showcase 8:30 Robert Montgomery 9:30 Badge 714 10:00 Wrftatllnfe 10:30 News 10-40 Weather 10'43 Parade of Start 11:00 Tonight 12:00 Sign Off WHBQ Channel 13 Saturday Nlght> Nov, 81 8:00 FootbftH ROUndUp 6'ifi Weather 6:20 News 8:30 oeKie & Hflrrln 7:00 Jackie Olefcson 8:00 Two for the Money 8'30 Favorite Husband 8:00 That's My .Soy 6:30 Stop the MUfcio 10 '00 Wrestling 11:00 Big rlhyb&cX 11115 Late Show Stindflj'. No*- *• 12:00 .loh Seekers liilfi Look,Up and Live 12:48 The Big Matinee • 2;30 Memphis .YoUth Symphony 3-;oo The Ametlcnn Week 3:30 Lasfele 4:00 OhiiibUs 5:30 You Are Thtre 6:oo Ramar of the Junfcl* 8:30 Jnck Benny 1'flO Disneyland fl -DO Wfllter Wthfihell 8:15 Art Jjlnkletter 8:30 Celeste Holm e-oo nohnft YounK 9:30 What's My Linn 10:60 Bis Town 10:30 Break the BRntc Monday, Not. H 7:00 Mothlnl Show fl:35 News 9:00 Qarry Moore 9:30 Arthur oodfre; 10:30 Strike It Rich 11:00 VtluiAt Lady 11 '.IS Love 01 Ult 11:30 Senrch lor Tomorrow 11'.45 duiding Light lj:00 New* 12:06 Kitchen Mfiglc 1S:30 Welcome Traveler i:0n nobtn Q. Lewll .1:15 BOB Crosby 1:30 House Party J:00 Big PBfty 2:30 Lady ol tht Hous» s:4S Bob Crosby 3:00 Brighter t)sy 3:16 Siiirel Storm 3130 On Yhur Account 4 ;60 portln fucea LIU 4'.1B tafly aho* 5:30 Miir* Patrol «:dO Hurtoon Time j:15 WeHther tw NeWl "8'25 Do You Know Why 6:30 Dollf! Sdwardt 8:45 Perry como 7:00 Burns *t Allen 7:30 Tileitt Scoutl 1:00 i Love Lucy »:30 Liberace »:00 Studio On* ll):00 Weather lO'.OS NCWB 10:15 Late Show Paint Closeout Many Types und Colors i Price Hubbard Hardware TRUSSES EXPERTLY 1 FITTED Prict KIRBY DRUG STORES RAZORBACK SPECIAL! HAMBURGER STEAK Complete with French Fries, Combination Salad and Hot Rolls. Pure Ground Beef . Drive In Pure Ground Beet RAZORBACK 75' THE STOUTi Ore)! Seorer, • TOonK Dina who trantm to do thine* on hi* own. ba» 1»« tk« .ocurllT of worktn«r lor »!• ""»- fnlfcer to be the chAOITenr «I Wnde DapBctt, n wcnlthy !•- TflUd. Trn-v-i-linK in n«n«ett'« car nnd trnflrr. Ihey find Hapcrt I.anduflkr. an nlien, "1 'Tom cx- po«nre nnd .Wrvntloll, find h« Joins 1»tlr pnrlT. Now »t » cotmtrr cnrnlrnl GrrfC ha« met , Klrl J,ho v,a» llr.t Jillfd .T Ik* mnn "ho hn,! nsked her «l m»rrT him. And Ihrn robhed br » l»le» of nil (be (honftj- »h« hud !• file world. XVI B ECAUSE he disliked talking about himself, he distracted iher attention by looking intently jat a man in a gray suit , -You don't really believe we'll find the thief, do you?" she said matter-of-factly. "Not after he found out how much rnorvsy I had. That's an awful lot of money, really. Five years' savings." i "Because we can't find him is jno reason why the police can't" (Greg tried to sound hearty and [reassuring. "But you are prab- lably right; he's going to be care- iful to keep out of our sight. Any- ihow, you mustn't stay out doors jany longer." For the first time she seemed •.to be clearly aware of her predicament. "Where can I go?" "Look," Greg tried to sound roisonable, "why don't you just go home and forget th« whole thins?" "No!" It was a gasp of sheer horror. "I'd rather die. You don't understand what a little town is like. 1 could never live it down. "Being jilted—it's a ridiculous thing to happen to a girl. People would laugh and gossip. Even my sillers—I don't mean they would say anything—only—at the corners of their mouths— you can tell. I'd rather do any- .thing than go back. Anything." "But you'll have to go some- u! ::';•" "1 haven't a «nt," she rt- "I'll lend It to you." As she protested he added quickly, "No, don't be silly. What else can you do? We'll be here In the morning and I'll come around to see if we can think of anything." As she was still hesitant, he explained about Daggett and the trailer. For some reason he did not mention Rupert Landusky. "Well," she said reluctantly, with a note of desperation in her voice, "if you are sure it is »1I right Only—taking money from a straflger—•" "You can pay it back." To make this more emphatic Greg added, "With interest" "Then—thank you very much." He found the car and drove to the hotel. "Good night," he said. She disappeared into the lobby with a wave of her hand. E slept late the next rnom- ing and awakened to re- TJ member that something had to be done about Hannah and he was no closer to knowing what to do than h« had been the night before^ Under Rupert's sardonic eyes it proved to be more awkward than he had anticipated to :onsult Daggett. Not that the girl interested him in the least but somehow Rupert made him self- conscious. "I promised to see her this morning," he concluded. "Anyhow, I'll have to go because she can't pay her hotel bill. I'll try to persuade her to go home and lend her the fare. I am willing to take a chance on the girl. I am sure she is honest." "Oh, she is honest," Rupert assured him. "No woman would say she had been jilted If she could think of any other story She would rather be accused of murder than of failing woman." "See her, of course," Daggett said, "but let me take care of the , money involved When I die what 1 have goes to the most ra- man ever had for relatives. But if that girl has any spunk she won't go home." 'What else can she do?" Greg protested. Daggett considered. "Why don't you bring her out to the trailer where we can talk it over?" He hesitated. "That is," he added •Ith a touch of diffidence, "il you think she won't mind corn- By that Greg knew he meant: If she won't mind how I look. The knowledge spurred him into saying, "She would enjoy it." Being committed, he cursed hirnself for a fool. For 25 years he had done what was expected of him, he had stood for law and order, he had been guiltless of any impulsive action. And here he was, getting into fights, aiding and abetting an illegal immigrant, protecting strange females. All the way into town he suppressed an uneasy suspicion that Daggett had maneuvered him adroitly into agreeing to bring the girl to the trailer. WHEN he reached *e hotd, .Hannah was .waiting on a chair in the lobby, erect and stiff, hands folded on her lap, eyes straight ahead. The color flooded her face as she caught sight of him. "You thought I wasn't coming back," h« accused her, and slipped his billfold into her hand, "You run pay for your room." He watched her come back to him across the lobby, carrying two heavy suitcases. He observed that she had a figure for Greek sculpture, too ample for contemporary fashion, too delicate for i Rubens. He lilted the suitcases out of her hands. "I am going to take you out to the trailer so you can talk to Mr. Daggett. He is kind and wise. Perhaps he'll be able to help you, to come up with a good suggestion. Only—the man lj paralyzed. His face It badly twisted and when you nnt rne«t him it may b* a thrjck If you ar» not prepared. But don't let him per T'nl you are bothered or I'll wring your pretty neck." "Waldo has »om« v«ry tmart pali—-th»y'r« alwayi hir« when we have iteak. and never when we'eat leftover*!" "Look what I found in the attic!" BKuxs! BROCKS! } PAWICSEIZIS jemwtiTW AREX3UAU S1SHT?.' / TKOtW OF WHAT SHE HW Cat'. t»4 b» Nt* S..»l«. Mo. T. W. Htf. U. S. Pit. 0« NONSEMSE! A RECENT SURVEY REVEALS TMAt DRIVING A CAR IS FAR MORE DANGEROUS THAN .HUNTING! THEN WHY DO YOU TWO INSIST ON DRIVING OUT TO THAT DUCK BLIND.* DANGEROUS THAT'S WHY) 1DOKTKU-P SEE WHY YOU AND MR. BOTTS WANT TO GO TO THAT DUCK BLIND EVERY YEAR! pointing a flngtr... Hcre'i a low cott dr world of power In your hand. Perfect homeowner, farmer. •utra lijW welflhl— Drill. '/,' in ll.el, wood. Hafldy and helpful In a hundred different wayk ill mar puti a th« patm of for rtobbyiit, Eoiy to uit, only 3V4 Ibs. Vi' In hard- THPTT WAS INSP6G- ivicfj-rofrerowL PUWCAM JUWIOR IN TH6 RK/W OF SWELL »NP MOLTBY, UfS SCRAM 1 WILL CO &«*/- N0TIW THE fOLICB OP VOUR HUSSi«M7S P1S- APTBAKflNCE. THIWd I CAM TO VOUCH FOR HIS E.G. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. TttUST VOU REALIZE HE WILL BE AN IM- WE BUY USED FURNITURE PHONE 3-3122 Wade Furn. 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