FRIDAT, DECEMBER 10, 1954 PAGE BtEYEN (AUK.)' COURIER KKWB -THEM AUDIO FRONT "Hello. Sally, this is Mrs. Simpson—would you baby «— . . . Hrto, B*ttg Log. this is Mr.. Simpwn—would »o« . .. Hello, Janey .. ." "B«t, officer, I think I drive very well, considering haven't taken my driver's test!" HOW UTTERLY CHIVALROUS; WHEN SKNJ. 1 START CAU.IN6 S« GM-AKAO? YOU'RE ALL MIXED UP. I'M NO SARSAlN AND I KNOW IT--JUST A,GUY WHO HAS IT SOFT &ECAUSE HIS Ol,p SKAtJ.WO STARTED OUT AS A fUMKKfON MS THE BI66EST CONSTRUCTION FKMIN SE PKKTS/NOU'UE SORE AND YOU'VE ARI6HTTOBE-- BUT DON'T TAKE ITOUTONAISIRL YOU'VE NEVER SEEN! THEUES NOTHING COMW3N ABOUT BEING A YWRESS AND CERTAINLV THERE^ NOTHING COMMON ABOUT JENNY SANDERS YOU JUST SAID SOME- THINS I HOPE YOU DlDNT NlEAN, FLOZABEL.YOU REFERRED TO JENNV SANDERS AS A 'COMMON WAITRESS 1 ... I THINK It> BETTER LEAVE. SOODBY. Paint Closeout Many Types and Colon Price Hubbard Hardware BUT THEN REMEMBERED I FELT THE STRANGEST TINGLE ALL OVER ME) THIS MORNING I THOUGHT I WAS FALLING IN LOVE! EXPERTLY 1 FITTED Price KIRBY DRUG STORES FOR SALE PI17VDU I KEOM4- WWTIM5 OfSU J A CHECK FOR THE THIS \ STOCK 5H»*E5, SO--5U|ZB.Y*XI M GOOP AMMONIUM NITRATE WHEN\/>W JIMAW TDLC'ASLWZC' JWW/S *\6 HE VWSVUnjKE, VOU BOUSHT 9SN6 PBH7,J > STOCK IN THE "6KB7AV3LTW UP HERB/ CT7VOU KEEP THE W*U., MX. fUUI? j&UW THOiT TOOK JAC£» SUB-!* LIFE SOIK We have available for Immediate delivery 33% Ammonium Nitrate at a Reduced Price through December 31st. Will load trucks from 8 to 5 except Saturday and Sunday. Hwy. 61 South Phone PO. 2-2860 SHE DYEP IT BW-K TO ITS NWUKW. COtOI rei? PROPPING HOPE'^BCW IN THCgfcYl HER HWR WAS STILL WET WHEN WE COT HERE TO REPORT THE 'SUICIDE' 6HE HM> STtuSEDl. ^ ^ SOWS TO U5TEW TO IT& THE OWLY POSSIBLE EXPLA NWION THW FIT5 AIL KNOWU FA.CT5' 0"E E&5V .WAV TO PROVE IT & BV HER HAMPWRITIUS AMD FWSEKPRINT5! WHAT PROOF PO vou HAVE FOR 6UCH FAUTA6TIC CHAKSE5 GET OUT OF HERE THIS INSTANT! HE'S TO TELL THE TWWS APMST TILL RKCHEL 6L6KCHBD HER HWK, SUT— romp t DELIVERY SERVICE MR.GALT1 SHE M.URPEREP HOPE AkIP 15 TR.VIMS TO A5SIME HER IPENTITy '. WASH. CALL THE POLICE! Phone 3-4507 Hours: 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. WHO'D PUT COCONUTS/AW, \CMON, IN A ( SOME ) LE'S SET FIRE? A COPE! /BACK TO BED.. I'M TIRED: ATWHAT?lTHAT5JlJ5r T DUNNO, SIR...WHEN I WHICH / HERE...\5HELL'/I THINK SCUM' ON / WOKE UP, W WAY..IT IOXIT J0H,OH!/THAT CONE HERE? 1 RRE WAS SON') WAS \-m6.VWHW BAM; _//WFUL; BOOM; /SSs>i»™ *SBSm THINK? NLJTHINO AWT HERE, HESGONB (Flu T»i »n Z Tom or Morel S. Highway 61 Phone POplar 3-3186 RADIATOR WORK • BoiUd Out • Repaired • Flo Tested • Re-cored ALL WORK GUARANTEED Pitt f«>Vt<Wf*>Ct XV>X>CYitC*» - rX "WS. KMVC* XOO Wb "VNt OCitSt Or Mt» »Ws. RADIATOR WORKS EXPERT WATER PUMP REPAIR Hubbard Hardware Th.nt Z-2«l» OUR BOARDING HOUSE — with Major HoopU FeeAD/vtayoo*! OUT OUR WAY *HTH CHIP* UP TO THEIR Ste*?Me-WA>*T TO next- TD VMWT F6R BAD LUCK TO BEFALL pAFFLE, I'LL Se WE SIST IM'S '5 THS FI*ST TIME SllSTA SOCIABLE SAME, UNSOCIABLE HEROES AB6 MAPS-MOT BORlJ ^"Jt,*."C-.?^ Television — Tonight Tomorrow — WMCT Channel 5, & WHBQ Channel 13 WMCT Channel S : Friday Night, Dec. 10 . 6:01) Evening Serenade 6:15 Hews Reporter 6:30 Eddie Fisher 6:45 News Caravan 7:00 Red Buttons 7:30 Life of RUey 8:00 Big Story 8:30 Gene Autry 9-00 Cavalcade or Sports 9:45 Sports Highlight' 10:00 Loretta Young 10:30 News 10:40 Weather 10:45 Musical Varieties 11.00 Tonight Saturday, Dec. 11 fl-.OO Happy Felton's Spotlight GanR fl:30 Paul Winchell- Jerry Mahoney 10:00 Funny Boners 10:30 Pride of the Southland 11:00 Mr. Wizard 11:30 Flicker Comics 11:45 Tennessee Outdoors 12:00 Slim Rhodes 12:30 Western Theatre 1:30 Soldier Parade 2:00 NBA Pro Basketball Syracuse vs. Boston 4:00 Rough Riders 5:00 Ark. State College Singers 5:30 My Little Margie 6:00 It's A Great Life 6:30 Lone Ranger 7;00 Mickey Rooney 7:30 Place the Face 8:00 Imogene Coca 8:30 Star Theatre 9:00 George Gobel 9:30 Hit Parade 10:00 City Detect!v* 10:30 The Vise 11:00 Play Maker 12:00 Sign Off WHBQ Channel 13 Friday Night, Dec. 10 6:00 Hartoonllme 6:15 Weather 6:20 News 6:25 Do You Know Why 6:30 Doug Edwards 6:45 Perry Como 7:00 Ellery Queen 7:30 Ray Bolger 8:00 Pepsi Cola Playhouse 8:30 Our Miss Brooks 9:00 The Line Up 9:30 December Bride 10:05 Weather 10:10 News 10:20 Late Show Saturday, Dec. 11 8:15 Tops 9:30 Wlnfcy Dink & You 10:00 Captain Midnight 10:30 Abbott & Costello 11'00 Big Top 12:00 Barker Bill 12:15 Smilln 1 Ed McConneU 12:45 Western Theatre 2:00 Western Theatre 3:00 Early Show 4:30 Tennessee Jamboree 5:00 Stu Erwln 5:30 Beat the Clock 6:00 Football Roundup 6:15 Weather 6:20 News 6:30 Dzzle & Harriet 7 00 Jackie Gleason 8:00 Two for the Money 8:30 Favorite Husband 9:00 That's My Boy 10:00 Masquerade Party 10:30 Late Show Whales have a thick layer of fat underneath their skin to keep them warm. WE BOY USED FURNITURE PHONE 3-3122 Wade Furn Co. Business and Personal CHRISTMAS CARDS Name Personalized or Plain HALLMARK CARDS 10 for 29e, up Unusual Gift Wraps- Party Favors. '.' Special Low Prices. SAMUEL F. NORRIS Stationers—Office Outfitters— Printers , ''Across From City Hall" Family Nome OLAKKSVILLE, Ark. (IP}— An 89- yar-old Oklahoman was driving across Ozone Mountain in north Arkansas when he saw a sign reading "Wimmer Road." Amon Wimmer of Muskogee began inquiring, and round his 84- year-old brother, W. A. Wimmer. They hadn't seen each other in 65 jears. On the Job GRAND JUNCTION, OOlo. W)— Colorado highway patrolman John Vess got an assist when he invest!- | gated a car-truck collision near, here. The car driver, Lee Johnson, 22, Grand Junction insurance adjuster, obligingly advised the damage to his auto was $300. Peregrine White was the name of the child born on the Mayflower during its epic voyage to America. Annual production of opium is estimated to be 1500 tons, of which approximately 100 tons is sufficient j for the world's medicinal and scien- • 1 Uflc needs. WESTBROOK IRRIGATION CO. Sales and Service For IRECO IRRIGATION SYSTEM FAIRBANKS MORSE • GARDNER DENVER • MARLOW PUMPS • WISCONSIN CHRYSLER WILLYS ENGINES 225 NO. 1st. ST. Estimates Free PH 3 4iei XXVII ITJTHILE the rain continued to " fall, even Daggett found the view depressing and he consented to let Greg close the blinds Rupert, ashamed of his ill humor, made amends, by offering to play cribbage with the old man. Kirby turned to Greg. "I've been trying to figure the pitch," he said in a low tone. "I don't get it." "No pilch," Greg explained in an undertone. "The old man ha? had a touch on the shoulder and he's having a last fling. He's set on going back to the place where he grew up, been trying to screw up his courage for weeks, ever since we started out. Kind of afraid of being disillusioned." "What got you into this?" Kirby asked. "I was fed up with my job," 'Greg said briefly. Kirby ducked his head toward iRupert. "What's he sore about? .Every time I open my mouth he (jumps me." Greg found himself leaping to iRupert's defense. He gave Kirby |D brief outline of Rupert's ex- iperiences with torture, prison, (internment, escape. i "Rupert," he concluded, "is quite a guy. I wouldn't make any bets I could take what he has. So if he gets off the beam now nd then, who's to blame him?" "Smuggled over the border, was he?" Kirby commented thoughtfully. Something in his tone roused Greg to alertness. "If you think," he said evenly, "you are going to come out of your amnesia to find yourself saving America from an enemy alien, you—" Kirby did not quite meet his eyes. "Okay," he said hastily. "It was just an idea." He lighted a cigaret, lazily watching Hannah at work in the kitchen. "The old roan has quite a niece. I could tVlr to know her a lot better." * avoided his eyes. She had taken the cake out of the oven and she was busy icing it, but he saw the blush that was so apparent on her fair skin. He was vaguely aware that Hannah put on her raincoat and went out, saying, "I can't stand being cooped up. I've got to have some fresh air." Greg woke with a start when the door of the trailer opened and Hannah blew in with a gust of rain. "I was about to send out a search party," Daggett told her. trying unsuccessfully to conceal his relief at her return. TTANNAH'S cheeks were glow•*••*• ing and drops of rain were caught in her fair hair. Her eyes seemed bigger and darker than Greg had remembered. "You must be hungry. I'll have dinner ready as soon as the popovers are done." "You won't get dinner," Daggett said firmly, "until you have changed your clothes. You are wet to the knees. What did you do? Fall in a puddle?" "The water is deep in the park," Hannah explained. "About a foot, I guess." "It couldn't be! Even a rain like this—" "Oh, it's not just the rain," she explained. "The brook has overflowed and the whole park is flooded." Greg was on his feet, jerking his zipper jacket out of > cupboard. "Of all the lame brains! Why didn't you have i«n« enough to come straight back and tell me? Don't wait to change now. Get ready to roll!" "Where are you going?" Daggett called as Greg started tor the door. 'I'm going to get us out of here." Wind and rain beat at him M he unfastened the water and electric attachments. With his usual care he had automatically before and the water had not yet reached the bottom of the trailer. He waded around the car, backed it up, went into the water again to remove the front jack so that the coupling of the trailer dropped into place. Then he went in to pick up Daggett in his arms. Hannah flung a blanket over the old man and Greg eased out of the doorway, down the steps, and splashed his way through the water to the car. He put Daggett down on the front seat. Slowly he pulled out of the mud, the wheels caught on harder ground, strained up a hill and emerged from the water. He brought it to a halt. "Hadn't we better keep going?" Kirby asked. "No," Greg snapped, "we can't go until those dopes back there v.'ake up to what is happening." He pocketed a flashlight and ducked into the darkness and the pouring rain. • * • YS7HEN he returned to the trail* er nearly an hour later, drenched to the skin, chilled, his knuckles grazed, his muscles sore, he grunted in answer to Daggett's unspoken question. 'One of them had put his trailer down in the lowest spot and w« had a time with it The other guy couldn't get his car started. But they are okay now." 'Change your clothes, Greg," Hannah said. "Dinner's hot but the popovers fell. We'll eat a» soon as you are ready." Daggett, his eyes sparkling ta his dead face, ate heartily. H« was, Greg realized with suspicion, Inordinately pleased about something. Hannah bustled around washing dishes and getting ready to move on. Greg wanted to reach out, t» touch her. He wanted to say, "I'm sorry. I never meant to hurt you." But his native caution stopped him. Better say nothing at all Th* only thing h« wa« sure of was that he was not in lov« with her. She was not hit type, not the girl he dreamed of. not the girl who had first e»P- turcd his Imagination and M whose prototype h« had b«n faithful, In his fashion.
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