The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 3, 1955 · Page 9
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I SATURDAY, DECEMBER !, 1955 BMTTHEVILLE (ARK.) 1 COURIER NEWS PAGE NINE OUR BOARDING HOUSE — with Major Hooplc By J. R. Williams OUT OUR WAY J , *UOW/ BUT I'M BAFFLED JUST AMD I'LLTSLL uo\M--TYOi<565 HA5| you vWY you SOT 60METHIM6 AWPF-iPUTT-TT.'f HELLO, Ate. R£AT> IT "MT5. 6TILL Foeey ms A\IMD ReAo > WASTES-IMS' MB Y0LJR TRAGIC STOGY 1 SUPPOSE Mow \ MMM.' so COME" \ TMEpE IS THIS \MU5TA5UPPEP PONT YOU SERVP ANT 0 CHEESE WITH APPLE PIE ? TIM WORM: MIS ACCOUNT 15 AND HE YELLS SERVICE/ Television — Tonight, Tomorrow — WMCT Channel 5, & WHBQ Channel 13 WMCT Channel 5 Saturday night. Dec. 3 6-00 Us A Great Life 6:30 Big Surprise 7:00 Perry Como Show H:00 People Are Funny 8:30 Jimmy Durante 9:00 George Gobel 9:30 Hit Parade 10-Oil Millionaire 10'30 The Vise 13:00 Burns find Allen 11:30 Mystery Theatre 12.00 Sign Oil . Sunday, Dec. 4 10:05 News &-. Meditation ifl.15 The Christophers 10:45 This Is The Lite 11:15 Frontiers of Faith 11:45 American Forum 12:15 NBC Opera "Madam Butterfly" 2:30 Zoo Parade 3:00 Wide, Wide World 4:30 Captain Gallant 5:0fl Long John Silver 5:30 Roy Rogers 6.00 Eddy Arnold 6:30 Color Spread Maurice Chevalier Revue 8:00 Television Hour 9-00 Douglfts Fnirtmntai 9:30 Highway Patrol 10:00 Paris Precinct 10.30 Climax [1:30 Sign Off Monday. Dec. 5 6:50 Meditation 7:00 Today 7:25 Went her—Memphis area 7:30 Today 7:55 Today in Memphis 8:00 Today 8:25 News. 8:30 Too ay 8:55 News A: Weather 9:00 Ding Dong School 9:30 Storylaiid 9:45 The Cathy Show 10:00 Home Show 11:00 Tennessee Ernie Ford 11:30 Feather Your Nest 12:00 News 12:15 Farm News 12:30 TV Movie Matinee 1:30 Horn emu leers 1:45 Date With Life 2:00 Matlne Theatre- color 3:00 Channel Five Theatre 3.30 World of Mr. Sweeney 3:45 Modern Romances 4:00 Pinky Lee 4.30 Howdy Doody— color 5:00 Alternoon Movie 5:25 Wrestling Interview 5:30 Interesting Person 5:40 Cartoons 5:55 Weather 6:00 Captnln Z-Ro 8:30 Tony Martin ery 6:45 News Caravan 7:00 Caesiir'i Hour 8:00 The \!edic 8:30 Robert Montgom 9:30 Science Fiction Then t re 10:00 Your Esso Reporter 10:15 Wrestling 10:45 Weather 10:50 Mystery Theatre 11:15 Tonight 12:00 S!:;n Off WHBQ Channel 13 Saturday night. Dec. 3 6:00 I.ltth' Rascals 6:25 Weather 6:30 Ozark Jubilee 8:00 Lawrence Welfc 0:00 Million Dollar Movie 10:30 Cl:ip"lc Theatre S -ncljiv December. 4 12:15 For Your Informal- Ion 12:50 Player or the Week 1:00 Chlcnso Dears — Detroit Lions 3:55 Professor Pet 4:00 Lassie 4:30 Super Circus 5:00 Jud-;e Bean 5:30 Rtn Tin Tin 6:00 Waterfront C'30 Famous Film Festi- vnl • 8:00 Chance of A Lifetime 1 8:30 Ted Mack: 9:00 9:30 11:00 11:05 11:15 8:45 10:00 12:05 12:45 2:15 3:00 3:30 4:55 5.00 6:00 Life Begins At Eighty Hollywood Silver Screen I,PS Paul and Mary Ford News Wpather cmclav -Decpmher 5 News & Weather Romper Room This Is Hollywood fit 11 Erwln News lAmcht.'inc Theatre Early Show Miss America Matinee ^orelcn Intrigue ^070 and His Friends Atttry — Rogers Mr. "Single Mickey Mouse Club Little Rascals Do You Know Why 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:10 10:15 10:20 11:50 TV Reader's Digest Voice of Firestone Kit Carson Medical Horizons Mobil Theatre Blii Town News Weather LPS Paul A: Mary Ford Late Show Weather RENT . FLASH CAMERAS . MOVIE CAMERAS Complete Selection of Flash Bulbs, Polaroid Film, Color Film, Movie Film BARNEY'S DRUG STORE 2006 W. Main Ph. 3-3647 BEST HOYS Christmas Cards Personalized with Name nr £J for | up Samuel F. Norris Across From City Hall Day of the Outlaw By Ut Wolfs fWS, bf lw Wtlk Oiitribufed br N£A Service, Inc XX TH1CY picked Dan up and started, through the mud to the steps. Starred arose, moving aside to make room for them Paula stood uncertainly beside Vivian, Watching Dan being car- Tied away. Vivian lifted her •kirts and started determinedly tefter the men. **He accused me of trying to fsteal his girl," Starrett said, giv- |iog Paula an underbrbw look. "I [wouldn't have a drunk naming |her, no matter what the reason.' He thinks so little of me thai (he starts a fight about me in the [Street, Paula thought. Outrage [and shame flooded over her t but (with it'was uncertainty. It was [not like Dan to do this, but ineither was it like Blaise to tell ia deliberate lie. She looked at "the knot of men who carried Dan across the porch, then at Starrett, an u d d y but triumphant, his «houlders well back, his teeth flashing a white grin in the brown mask. Suddenly Paula realized that she, the reason for the fight, stood here in the street, where all could see her. The tale would spread over all the valley. That didn't matter. Dan did. She climbed the first steps of the saloon porch and found her way blocked by the outlaw, Tex Dar- TOW. The man's black eyes bored into hers and the gleam far back in them was frightening. "Paula," Starrett said, just behind her, "don't go in." She whipped about to see him looking at Darrbw and she gol the full implication of his warning. He came toward her, muddied hand extended. "I'll see you home." Her indecision, her shnme and anscr, suddenly burst through. She shrank back from his hand. "No. No! Don't touch me!" Almost blindly tht descended the steps and stumbled through the muck of the street toward the sanctuary of the lumber yard office. Darrow and Starrett looKed blankly after her. Darrow finally shrugged and turned back toward the saloon door. "A pretty filly ... but flighty." Within the bar, Dan had been stretched out across two of the tables. A wave of sickness swept over Dan and he felt the cold sweat pop out on his forehead. With it came the memory of the fight. He tried to sit up but fell back, dizzy and fainting. Vivian's hand stroked his forehead and cheek. "It's all right, Dan. It's over. Lie still." • * • HE could do nothing else for a long, long time. Finally he had enough control to open his eyes but he knew he dare not move his body for a time. Phil and Vivian still stood close and behind them grouped the curious outlaws. Phil saw that Dan's full senses had returned. He frowned. "Quite a fight you had," he said gruffly. Dan said nothing and Phil's frown deepened. "Neither Paula nor I are pleased, Dan, that she should be the cause of a street brawl." Don quietly looked at him, a 'rown slowly forming, Then the complete falsity of the statement penetrated and he struggled to sit up. Moving carefully and disregarding their protests, he made it, hut clung dizzily to the edge of the table biting his lips ngninst the pain and sickness. Dan shook his heart "Phil, we didn't fight about 3 aula. I think too much of her o do a thing like that." Then he realized that Tex Dar- •ow, Jack Bruhn. Denver and ho others stood watchlnq and istening. He looked down at his muddy hands, the filth on his clothing. He couldn't talk here, not about Paul LI or the real reason for the fight. His jaw set stubbornly and he eased himself to the floor. He had to catch himself from the pain that came when his weight was on his feet. Vivian was instantly at his side, her arm supporting him and he stood a moment, fingers sunk deep m her shoulder whil Phil supported him on the other side. Phil kicked a chair about. "Here. Sit down. Lucky Starrett's knee landed a mite high." "His knee?" Dan asked. "Blaise used his knee?" Phil nodded and Dan sank gratefully into the chair. Vivian stood just behind Phil and she gravely studied Dan. He felt the search of her eyes as though she tried to find the truth of the matter deep within him. Her face was expressionless until a brief second before she turned away. The way her eyes shadowed and the slight quiver of her lips told Dan that she did not believe him. She knew that Paula was the cause of the fight. In these days in Bitter, she had gradually felt the past slip into a haze of forgctfulness and now she knew that Dan Murdock had been the reason. But he loved Paula Preston! • • • IT took some time for Dan to feel that he might be able to move again. Phil gave Dan his arm. They moved slowly to the door and received no more than a few curious glances from the outlaws. The moment they stepped out on the porch, the increasingly cold wind cut at Dan like a knife. The mud had caked on his clothing, each step felt as though he walked encased in boards. The soaked clothing felt coir! and clammy to his body and it was still with some pain thai he managed to descend the steps into the street. Once beyond earshot of the saloon, Dan spoke swiftly. "I've found a way to gel out of our troubles, Phil. 1 was wait- IR for you when the ftght witb Starrett started." (To Be Continued) New! Used! HOUSING PROBLEM? Right Now, HERE in BLYTHEVILLE You Can See Mobile Homes • Low Down Payment • Low Monthly Payments • Lowest Interest Rates GRASK Of Blytheville, Ark. Highway 61 South Franchisee! dealer for over 508 Cl. Lake Are. While you're fixing the tire, we'll go over and sweat it out in the drugstore on the corner!" My practice time is up! Will you let me down •out?'? "CHICKEN; THE GAME YOUU } SON PLAYS, A^Z. POWELL, IS ^ WHEN THE DWEKAM3 PASSENSEeS ,M A SPEEDING CAC DA!?E ONE AWCTHEE i£>T TO TOUCH THE STEERING WHEEL, WE'VE HAD A VOLLEY OF COMPLAINTS ABOUT YOIMGSTEES PLAVING 'CHICKEN? FORCING OWE? DKIVEKS OFF THE TOAD... ONE FE01A OB. CO6EBS AMD E AM IDEA WE MA/FIND A ^ 'CHICKEN 1 IN THE WRECKAGE OF MISS I FINCH'S FEMCE. GO RIGHT OWN/ DCMAHUE HAS BEEN VWTINS FOE voii.' •—< BUT DON'T BE DISCOURAGED, OLD PAL —7 KEEP YOUR > ( CHINS UP.'/ HAZEL!! HOLD THAT ij—' BOY, SURE •STARTING TO SLIM OUT SINCE I WENT THAT MOBILE HOMES , BUT i DON'T SEE THWT rr& /vjy BUSINESS MV CAR ISN'T BLOCKI WHffT'B- 1'VE SOT A SUN. IF SOU COM'T WANT ID CIS, SET IN. I'LL DRIVE. IF (ANYONE STOP& U5, I'M VOUR EL MpMICA RCLICE THEEVV UP ROADBLOCKS. JWEU-WfWlER ISSUEPAM ft.P. B.'ANPV BUT AT LEAST A LOCAL. AND No TRAC& OF '• W6 KNOW THE SUV/ ) p-\ ^7 VWEBE HE'S MfS ALL POINTS BULLETIN ©*---!®!! WE'RE 40 MILES FROM NOWHERE, COKE! 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