The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 5, 1955 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 5, 1955
Page 8
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MONDAY, DECEMBER I, 1»N (AM.)' COURIER HEWI PAGB FIFTEEN OUR HOARDING HOUSI — with Major Hoopl. •y J. R. Williimi MY WORD.'-THIS IS-- uke AN AMUSEMENT PARK MAZE OF MIRRORS WE FROM ONCS y«JNe SOT we 6TlFF-AR/r\ED,TWI<5<5S.'- READlMS VO)I?M|WDIS EARS 6TILL Airi'T EWSPAP6P Irl A MISKT S\*I*,?L TO CULlS MAZE -THE PlCTUR&Lll^l. , FOSSEP UP AMD rrs,'s?? R J^- / 1 "L'D RATHtf? ftJoT/r " u ' ^ "C/H& <50ESS ' ^ ' *^ COME5 OUT WHEW **X)'P LOVE TD LIVE FOREVER ,,,^, BECAUSE YrtHJ SAW05? STUART BOY DrWC )y^4"WE WAS , w HOME, FROM THE / SO NICE ABOUT SENIOR PLAY TKf- OUTS WAS NO REASON P " HIM TO KISS YOU.' Television — Tonight, Tomorrow — WMCT Channel 5, & WHBQ Channel 13 WMCT Channel I Monday Ni|ht, DM. S 8:00 Captain Z-Bo 6:;!0 Tony Martin 6A5 News caravaa 7 :00 Caesar's Hour 8:00 The Medic 8:30 Robert Montgomery 9:30 Science Fiction Theatre 10 00 Your Ssao fteporter 10:15 Wrestling: 10:45 Weather 10:50 Mystery Theatre 11:15 Tonight 11:00 Sign OK Tufsday. Dec. I 8:50 Meditation 7:00 Today 7:25 Weather—Memphis nrea 7:30 Today 7:55 Tody In Memphis 8:00 Today 8:25 News 8:30 Today 8.55 News and Weather 9:00 Ding Dong School 9:30 Story land 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 Homenmfcers Program 1-.A5 Date With Ltle 2:00 Matinee Theatre- color 3:00 Channel Five Theatre 3:30 World of Mr. Sweeney 3:45 Modsrn Romances 4:00 Pinky Lee 4:30 Howdy Doody— color 5:00 Afternoon Movie 5:30 Interesting Person 5:-10 Cartoons 5:55 Weather 8:00 Soldier of Fortune 6:30 Dinah Shore 8:45 News Caravan 7:00 Ethel Merman 8:00 Jrne Wy man's 9:00 Fireside . 10:00 8:30 Playwrights '56 11:30 9:30 Grand Ole Opry 12 -oo 10:00 Your Esso Reporter 12: Q5 10:15 Star Stage 12:45 10:45 Weather 2:15 10:50 Mystery Theatre 11:15 Tonight 3-00 12:00 Sign Off 3:30 WHBQ Channel 13 Monday Night, Dec. S 4; ' 55 6:00 Little Rascals .- 5:00 K:25 Do You Know Why g :0 o 6:30 Topper g . 2 5 7:00 TV Reader's Digest ; 7.30 Voice ol Firestone °- JU 8:00 kit Carson 8:30 Medical Horizons 7*0 9:00 Mobil Theatre 8:0 ° 9:30 Big ToVn 8:30 10:00 News 10-in Weather »'.0° 10-15 Les Paul & Mary 9:30 Ford t0;0 ° 10:20 Late Show • 1°: 10 11:50 Weather 10 = 15 Tuesday l>ec«mhrr, S 10:30 8:45 News to Weather U'.QO Romper Room This Is Hollywood Stu Erwln News Luncvhtime Theatre Early Show Miss America Matinee Forglen Intrlgut Bozo and His Friends A-utry — Rogers Mr. Single Mickey Mouse Little Rascals Do You Know Why Warner Bros. Presents Wyatt Earp Celebrity Playhouse Dr. Hudson's Secret Journal Danny Thomas Cavalcade Theatre News Weather Patti Page Late Show Weather EXPERT WATER PUMP REPAIR Hubbard Hard wart Phone Z-ZtlS Paint Closeout J Price Hubbard Hardware Kirby Drug Store $750 For Your Old I ELECTRIC RAZOR on a new Remington, Schlck. Suntwim, Rimson Of Nonlco DCMT • FLASH CAMERAS KtN I . MOVIE CAMERAS Complete Selection of Flash Bulbs, Polaroid Film, Color Film, Movie Film BARNEY'S DRUG STORE 2006 W. Main Ph. 3-3647 BEST BUYS Christmas Cards Fenonallnd with N»m« $450 for 4 I Samuel F. Norris Accost From Citj H»ll Day of the Outlaw By LM Wdk Ci^lte ffcJ, IT l « *•*• K^riMd K MA S^nn, NH. ' XXI THEY made the painful Journey to the store and entered. •Vic Frazin met them, troubled ••nd curiow. Bob watched from * counter. Ernme watched with wid« «y«, deep and troubled, fcotrified « Dan's appearance. iHe smiled crookedlj. "I guess I wouldn't win any prizes ri^ht now," Dan said. "Vic, get some liniment." Art Frazin came toward Dan. *w* k> his face. He rtared as •though he had found a new hero «nd Dan flushed. He noticed that the boy had started to shape a (un from a piec* of wood. "Golly, Dan! That wa« a light!" Art breathed. Dan winced as he eamd down ont* a box near the stove. •Nothing to bt proud of Vk came hurrying with the Bniment and Dan eased himself to a more comfortable position, looked at Phil, then Irt Tie. "I can get a gun," ht saM. Color left Vic'f face. Bob itiired behind th« counter and •ettled back with a sigh. Phil Preston wheeled about, his lace alight with a new hop*. "Where?" They aH leaned toward him, Phil eagerly, Vic and Bob holding their breath waiting for frightening news. Ernine stood quite still by the stove and Dan noticed the troubled shadows that touched her eye«. Art stopped whittling. "Where, Dan?'' PhH m«s«*d. "At . . . Vivian's." "V i v i a n's!" Vic exclaimed. F'.iii's head lifted and hit Jtw 1:2 tcncd. ••S!ic offered it to me. I left tt si :r house until I could see you 3 we could work out tome p.. n." Phil shrugged and • wU •< friendliness had left his voice "Get it ... use it." "Not that easy," Dan shook his head. "It's just one gun and there's eight of them." He looked toward the front door. "If I can depend on all of you, there's one way we could end this mighty quick. We'd be free of the outlaws by nightfall." "Nam* it," Phil snapped. Dan looked at Bob and Vic. "I'M go get the gun, Phil, you, Vic and Bob wander over to the Wyoming. I'll get there as quick as 1 can. I'll hav« the gun hidden. Eacn of you get close to one of those renegades. I'll be watching you." "But, but..." Vic started and hta voice faded out. "When I see you're ready, HI throw a gun on the whole bunch. It wouldn't work ordinarily, but each of yo« grab the gun of the man you're watching. That'll give ua four gun* and we'll have no trouble rounding up the bunch. It ought to be easy after that to take care of the two or three who might be around town.'* Vic and Bob did not move. Phil walked to the stove, placed hi£ back to it. His mouth was twisted thoughtfully. He 'nodded again, decisively. "It'll work." * • • VIC'S head jerked HP. "Only with more luck than anyone can expect. Too much chance of go- Ing wrong. Let'i play it safe." Art'i awed whilper sounded loud in the room. "Golllee*!" Phil ftirred. "Vic, you're fo- ing on the promise of that big outlaw, Bruhn. When was a kil- ler'f word or a robber't promiic worth the breath it takes to make it? They could steal you blind. They could (Ire the store, kill you and jour family, even de- itroy the whole town." "They won't," Vic said. "Here'i another argument, Vic, your daughter. You're rkkinf her every moment you let those men stay in town. Maybe your stock isn't worth the risk, but is Ernine?" Vic paced from the stove to the counter and back again. Art held his partially carved gun forgotten in his hand, his eyes following his father back and forth. Dan*made a futile attempt to clean the mud off his clothing. Finally Vic swung around, arms wide. "All right. I don't like it. But maybe there's nothing else." Phil broke in. "I'll take Dan home where he can clean up and get in decent clothes. I think you and me are of a size, Dan." Phil said nothing from the moment they left the store. Both men were silent as they turned down the side street that would take them to the lane where t.h« Prestons lived. Dan cleared his throat and Phil spoke without turning his head. "You want to explain about Vivian, I reckon, Dan. Better s*ve it until we get home." "But Paula—" "She has a right Uj know, too . . . and direct, not through me." THEY heard Paula in ttw kitchen but PhH led the way directly upstairs to his room. He hauled underclothes, shirt and trousers out for Dan, rummaged in his drawer for a pair of thick socks as Dan wearily placed the liniment bottle on the dresser. Phil picked up the big pitcher from the ornate bowl on the marble-top table. "I'll get hot water right away." He was gone but a short time. "Come to the kitchen when you're dressed. We'll have some coffee. You'll need it before you start." "Does Paula want to see me?' Phil smiled frostily. "I persuaded her." He walked to the door, and the coldness had left his face. "Dan, maybe I'm judging too harsh and toe previous. You alwayi seemed to be a man to ride the river with. I just told Paula that. You've got your chance." Dan soberly met his searching look. "Thanks. I reckon no one could ask for more. I'll be down." (T« B* Cool *J6/" AM A LOT MORE SOSH/ "Oh, let's lend Fred and Marge the money they need, George! You know how hard it i$ for us to tak« care of Will you please stop calling me 'Santa Baby"! VOUNS MAM, SWISS FMCH, TM ASKING TK5 j_ PBOSECUTOf? TO WKE AN EXAMPLE OF SOU.' / I SENTENCE MDU TO 1 JUST CAME VOUe CAR WAS > ' JTHOTYQ4.YSINTHE 2UTTOFINO /TOWEDWW. WORKHOUSE AKD CKDEP Ml?. PCWELL,VOUK SON IS IUCXY HE ISNT CHAS6EO WITH TRAFFIC HOMICIDE/™ AMY tfD WHO PLAYS "CHICKEN'IS INVITING TCASEW."" OH CAB HAS / U83H. PWKNS. -JOK OENETC LICENSE [CHECKED VOR USHTSANDHOTJ TOO.THEV REVOKED PCX? THREE YEARS. A (TTY IT COULDMT HAVE BEEN THAT BOSECTS GIRL; MOTTO OF TEXAS state motto of Texas The state motto 01 xexas Is "Friendship". The name Texas stemmed from the Spanish pronunciation of a Caddo Indian word meaning "friends". I KNQW! THAT'S WHY WE CAN'T AFFORD HAMBURGER TONI&HTJ CAN'T AFFO!?D HAMBUReER: THAT DOESN'T/^ LAST WE CAN'T AFFORD \T, DEAR CORN SOUP?? BUT THIS IS OUR NIG-HT FOR HAMBURGER LOAF: NIGHT WE COULD AFFORD SIRLOIN STEAK BILL WALKER VOU'RB NOT SONS TO t e^k/C, AAC. UBQ&«*X I DON'T KNOW WHV< rr& FRETTVHEEE. •TOU WON'T STOP SOME\ AMD sou WON'T PLACE WHEPE 1 COULP SET A CUP OF COFFEE OR- SOU'LL WEVER SETAWAV WITH THIS.' YOU HEARP *LL RI6HT, SET OUTYTHAT RAPIO. EVERV ANJP STKETCH VOUB I POLICEMAN 'N THE LESS ^ S COUMTRY IS LOOKIN6 FOK VOU-MB.EEL.' HAVE TO PUT UP WITH MV COVX- STAY OUT OF THE: SUM, GRANNV.' W. L WALKER INSURANCE AGENCY HOW M.UCH T.5TOP WHINING'. IT WONT LONGER TILL A \ WWTEK WHAT?- 6ROKEN.IF P0CTOK SEE* WE? 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