The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 15, 1953 · Page 7
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FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1958 BLITHBT1LLB (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS PAGE BLtTWf OUR BOARDING HOUSE — with Motor Hooplt MVWRD.TVItGGS.'DO tHES6 OLD BMTLE- PI«/ ME FALSE OR 16 THIS OLAF^ PATRICK CHON£,tH& *r <?LD llJDWhJ VJReSTLER? — AWK ft THIS IS A YOU WftlOT 1 •~I WAS CURlOOS M6 TO BEMDJ to see vMw 50M6& IN we 4 KIDS ^pUAPe OF ] f^ONrJINS H A SEEK —AMflN HIS CLASSICAL KISSER CfcN HELP US DO BUSINESS TANDBYFOR Lra BRIEFlMG,OLftF* g OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williami THEM BOSSES . WITH THEM DRA\MN'S. < THEy SPREAD 'EM OVER ANYTHING-LIK6 A TABLECLOTH OVER TH' PIRTY PISHES.' AND, BOY, YOU GOT ATRIPOVER.HILLAN' PALE*FOLLOWIW 'EM-EVERYTHING'S OVER 'THEY'RE CLEVER WITH 'EM.THOLXSH- THEY GET VOUANP eveRVTHIWS EL&6 ON 6P6E, BUT NEVER KWOCK ANYTHING! OFF PER FEAR OP HAVIKJ' TO PICK UP AFTER. THEMSELVES.'J THE BUCKETS I'VE isor TO$VV!PE THAT TAPE EECOEDINS. IFWBUKIN (SETS IT,/HY TW? THE PI6HT HEAPIJ*5...I/Vll<SHr FINE? ITHEEE! If an atoni were one Inch In diameter, a grape£"" : t would be the size of the earth. GOOD USED ' FURNITURE We nre now using the second floor of our store exclusively for used furniture. We fee! by doing this we can serve our customers better in three ways. 1. We can give you more for your used furniture on new. t. If you want to buy good used furniture we will have It. ' 3. If you want to sell used furniture we will buy it. In any of the three cases we would like the opportunity of figuring with you. Alvin Hardy FURNITURE CO. 113 E. Main Ph. 230Z Louisiana Filipinos Manila village, a settlement near New Orleans, Is Inhabited by descendants of Filipinos who settled in the state of Louisiana about 1710. • Puppies • • Parakeets • •• Kittens • Canaries • • Tropical Fish • — All Pet Supplies — The PET SHOP Mrs. N. G. Jerome 433 S. Division Ph. 8075 FOR RENT MOVIE CAMERAS and PROJECTORS All New Kodak Equipment 1 Offered in a Large Selection BARNEYS DRUG STORE 2006 W. Main Phone 3647 Paris and Supplies far All Cars, Trucks and Tractors J1C North Broadway Phone 4511 ana 4512 TV Service-Center NEIL ROSS Trained Technician (or radio and television repair, industrial electronics, and, basic radio engineering. For Service DiaJ 3816 SYLVANIA Radio-TV Sales & Service CBS-COLUMBIA Electronic Lab 110 W. Walnut Ph. 2441 — Nile 6076 BOOKS FOR THE by Anthony Morfon O A K. \J JN COPYtlGHT I9S1 IT JOHN ClfXIfT • DISTIIHtTtD ir,HfA StltYICt. INC. THE STORTi Jnhn Mnttnerlnv. known alno us The Ilnrnn, on th« ! i*fcJe of \nw anil order, him been ^tiTinble to explain the MtrnnKe nc- tl»nn at Glnrln 1,1 tho Lord Philip Lllhnm MnnnnrlnK «unp«clM Lord l.dlioni'n drnlh ivn» not tin nccldcnt. U'hcn AlnnnerinK ' rrturiim In I.Khom Ilnll after vin- Itlnc New Sent Inn I Yurd, filorl* HcrmlnBlT ntlpinptn to throw hcr- Hrlf In front of MM rnr. Upon In- by dog:, A/TANTftRING took a pencil torch ^ from his pocket. The groom took courage, and they walked side by side, retracing Gloria's steps. Not far ahead was a tiny pool, half-way across the path, and the earth about it was soft and damp. There was the imprint of the side of a heel, and Mannering knew that the girl had only just missed treading in the pool. He stopped here, and cast the li^ht downwards —and the groom suddenly drew a fsing breath. "See there, sir!" • The light steadied, and shone clearly on a paw mark, dark and deep, close to the unruffled pool of water. The groom bent down and peered at it. "We ought to take a cast, we might find it useful. Can you tell me what kind of dog it was?" "Could be any big breed. I know little about, their paw marks, horses is my -line." He drew in another hissing breath. "Bui it was a monster, sir!" / Mannering pursed his lips and whistled softly: low though the sound was, it made the groom jump. They looked at each other, just seeing the paleness of their faces and their shadowy outlines, and the groom said eagerly: "A whistle! Aye! 1 heard one, like a squeak it was. I would have thought it was a bough creaking, they make funny noises at night, you can Imagine almost anything. But t heard a whistle—was some feller calling ofl the dog, do you thinkt" "It could have been that," said Bannering. Mannering spoke quietly: "Can you find some plaster of Paris at the house?" "Oh yes, sir, we use it often." "Get some, will you," said Mannering. "Bring a spade and a small trowel and a box, a seedling box will do. Be as quick as you can." CEVEN or eight minutes passed, although it seemed longer. It would take 20 minutes for Abel, the groom, to get the supplies. Then Mannering heard a rustling in the brush. He slipped his right hand into his pocket and felt the cold steel of an automatic. He gripped it lightly and listened, wary, poised, trying to make sure from which direction the sound came, it might be a fox, even a badger; any one of the animals which prowl by night Or it might be a man. It was drawing nearer, and came from the direction o£ the North Lodge. Nearer—nearer still. Was it man or beast? He drew out the gun and held it close to his waist, pointing towards the sound. He felt a chill, a crawly feeling at the back of lis neck, and his stomach muscles were taut. He thought of Gloria, giving way to panic, perhaps launted by such sounds as this tearing at her frayed nerves. He peered towards the denseness of the thicket, seeing only Ihe stars and the dark sky when he glanced upwards; he could not see anything above the skyline, because of the trees and scrub. Yet it was drawing closer, and the sound was steady and regular now. Was it imagination, or could he see • snap*, about wiist-hlgh? Lighter than the darknssi. like i gray werewolf slinking towards h I m He' looked away deliberately, ind then back. Now he could M« tht thing—and knew that it was a dog. It was almost clear of the long grass, not 20 yards away from him; perhaps not 10. He heard a new sound, a soft whistle that might well have been the creaking of a loose branch, but he knew that it was not. .He raised the gun, leveling it towards the shape which moved more swiftly. He heard another fresh sound, like trie intake of breath. He fired. The Hash of the shot lit up the low branches of the trees and the nearby undergrowth, but blinded him to everything else. He didn't see the dog or the man who had whistled, He heard a yelp, high- pitched and shrill, and knew that lie had hurt the brute. He heard it fall heavily; a moment later another whistle hissed through the night, louder than the first, urgent, summoning. More rustling: he thought he could see the shape of the dog rising from the ground, tie fired again—but there was no rewarding yelp. Someone afar off shouted. The groom was approaching, and had heard the shots. ly/TANNERING did not go In pur- 1 suit, but waited until Abel shouted again, then answered: "All safe!" But was he safe? There was more rustling, and he .hought it was caused by a gust of wind, but couldn't be sure; he strained his ears and. kept his gun cocked. His assailant might try igain, from a different angle. He had no idea how badly he had. wounded the dog; or even whether -here was only one. A whispering sound was close to his ears, and knew that was caused by the wind. Then the groom shouted again, and, after he had called lack, he heard a second voice: so the groom hadn't come here alone. The men were little more than 100 yards away and he could see a powerful torch Bashing He kept still—until suddenly the torch shone on him. lighting up his legs ind feet. He realized that he made a silhouette against it. and lould be clearly seen by anyone behind him. (To Be Continued) Television— Tonite, Tomorrow WMCT, Memphis. Channel 5 FRIDAY NIGHT, MAY 15 6:00 Dennis Day 6:30 Life of Rlley 7:00 Big Story 1:30 Hopalong Cassidy 8:00 Cavalcade of Sports 8:45 Greatest Fights of Century 9:00 The Doctor 3:30 Howdy Dody f 9:45 Tonight in Sports 9:15 Weather 10:00 Names the Same 10:30 Four Star Playhouse 11:00 News , • 11:05 To Be Announced 11:35 To Be Announced 12:05 News 12:10 Sign Off SATURDAY, MAY U 9:00 News and Meditation 9:15 Tops 9:30 Rootie Kazootle 10:00 Big Top 11:00 Pride of Southland 11:30 Mr. Wizard 12:00 Cowboy G-Men 13:30 Super Circus 1:30 Quiz 'Em 2:00 Horse Races 2:30 Messlck Band 3:00 Der Rosenkavalier 4:00 Date With Judy 4:30 Aldrlch Family 5:00 You Are There 5:30 Strike It Rich 6:00 My Hero 6:30 Amnteur Hour 7:00 Show of Shows 8:30 Lone Ranger 9:00 Juniper Junction 9:30 Abbot & Costello 10:00 News 10:10 Weather' 10:15 Sightseeing With Swayzeea 10:30 Wrestling 11:30 News 11:35 Dunninger Show 12:05 News 12:10 Sign Off Guaranteed Watch Repair $3-50 Special Vour watch Is disassembled, cleaned, pivots polished and hair-spring adjusted. 3 Day Service Thompson (Credit JEWELER Next Door to Wade Furn. "If you're not a deacon, bowler, volunteer fireman, scoutmaster or air spotter tonight, could you fix the plug on the hall lamp?' r FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS STAM AMD HIS BAWB ARP GOING TO PLAY TO(S.THe JUMIOR.-SENCR PROM I DID ift HEAR. THE- NEWS, MAM? FATHER.' DOMY Tea WEEPERS .FATHER, DOUT BE A SQUARE BEAR! B/EBYOME— .BUTeVERYOME—. KMOWS STAN SIUR6ES LEADS TMEOOOtESr BMJD WHAT AM ' , , HUMPH/ THELMA I J MEEKER KNOWS") / THAT BLONDE/ OH, YES... AND I'M TAKING A FISHING TRIP WITM TH BOYS) THAT'S WHAT MRS. M=NULTY DOES EVERY SPRING-j THIS WEEKEND I WANT ALL THE RUGS TAKEN OUT AND AIRED! LET'S FORGET THE RUGS' WE DON'T HAVE TO DO THINGS JUST BECAUSE THEY DO) HONE6T, I tWN'T .Yl'OU LEFT THE OPEN UP'CAUSE y> HOUSE THI5 YOUTOLPMETO^, MOKNIN6, PEINGA600P6IKL.) THKSKtEH JOKER. ~" ---- Cepr. 19S3 by NEA Sor»lca, I V THEN^OUTOLPJU N" J WANE VOU'P 5P1UL. 1 ' THE 5EAN5( KNOW I \VHEKE eoop aw.* " GO, HARRIET? TO HEAVENS CMtt VOUKSELI; ?! THESER- HE'S.GONE,P6WWY. YOU SWD YOU WEKB THRU WITH HIM. BUT DREWED TELUMS THE BLIGHTER'. $01 DID IT TOR YOU.. TRUE ni CHOKE VOU DISCUS5 m SMOTV MOW! I MUST SEE EASV W ONCE'. WHERE IS HE STWIHQ? I YOU MP>Y STILL CWCH HIM. HE WWOTEP TO SEE THE FAMOUS WHITE HORSE OF UFFIWaTOW...SOHISTRIP WOUIPMT EE MOM LOSS, HB SAID! ITOLD HI/A HOW TO GET THERE .AMD WHERE TO FIND OLD JAR66 BIESK MEMUBE OOWMSA IF..HE WMJTEP MW HISTORICAL DATA, . THEM HE Wi5 TO CATCH THE BUS W WA,NTA/SEl~ f-'rompl DELIVERY SERVICE Phone 4507 Hours: 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. with Delivery to 7 p.m. WOODS DRUG STORE 221 West Main St. WIRING APPLIANCES WALPOLE ELECTRIC 115 S. 2nd Ph. 3371 Emtrnency Ph. 4MI or tifl —qioKd Sat. Afternwnt— WHCT "THE ENGLISH I POESTHE POWER 13 NEAR, V TYRANT? LEP W MALCOLM, HIB'UNCLE SIWAKD AND THE GOOD MACDUFF." SCENE n ACTZ DUNSINAME HE STRONGLY FORTIFIES. SOME SAY HE'S MAD', OTHERS... DO CALL IT VALUvMT FURY... AND OOP, HERO OF A HUNDRED BATTLES, 15. CARRIED ALONG UKE A CHIP IN A FLOOD. ...BUT FOR CERTAIN, \ NOW DOES HE f HE CANNOT BUCKLE J HIS SECRET MU HIS DISTEMPER'!? f STICKING ON HIS HANDS... CMJ5E WITHIN THE I HIS TVTtS HANS LOO BELT OF RULE. 1 / ABOUT HIM.LIKE A SIANT'S ROBE UPON A DWARFISH THI 3UM, LOAFER, NO-SOOP/ IF •fOU WON'T WORK,AT LEAST OPEN THE STOEEEOOM POOR FOf? ME ANYTHIN' ELSE YA WM<T MET'PO V -T BEFORE I &O ROOM V T' LUNCH ?• GOSH .SOCKS ,ft V\Wt Wt V=> -- W WL&MS -VOli CAN'T FtNCt H\M IKil THAT'S SAVIN' VT GOOD, MR. R.I

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