The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 9, 1955 · Page 17
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 17

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 9, 1955
Page 17
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rRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1958 BLYTHITILLB (ARK.) OOURIBR MEWS PAGE SEVENTEEN OUR BOARDING HOUSI — with Mojor Hoopla OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams „ WILL BE AS LIMP m AM OYSTER WHErl HIS LOtte LOST MATE /MARCHES IM, AfAJOf?/—6DT WE'VE (SOT TO KAMDLE tMIS AS CARS- PliLLY AS A CAFETERIATRAY WE'LL PUtLOUT A RlNS Of- SALOM6Y •SO He CAtft READ THE 6ECKET II*! MOWIF1OU HAPNT LIVEP 1M A CW WHEW A CUT LIKE THAT WAS A VAOTIOM WITH fXV. AMOA5KHIMTO DEMOTE WS TALENT'S TO IT? —SURtKA/ CASi ME REAU THE MWOS HORSES THE CEST CURE e ,. ,,».,^ ta ««. AT LBAST TOU CAN GIVE ME TWO WEEKS' NOTICE.' Rl6Mf ^ PUT TOU I / I'M SORRY, LARD, BUf OUR EXPEMSfrS MAV& BEEN GETTING OUT OF HANE> RECENTLY SO EM CUTTING . DOWN YOUR ALLOWANCE/ Feleyision — Tonight Tomorrow — WMCT Channel 5, & WHBQ Channel 13 .WMCT Channel 5 Friday, December, 9 «:00 Wild Bill HlckOk 6:30 Eddte Fisher 6:45 News Caravan 7:00 Truth or Conseque- ; nces 7:30 Life of Rtley 8:00 Dtp Story 8;30 Stories or the Century t):00 Cavalcade of Sport* 9:45 Confederates 10;00 Your Esso Reporter 10:15 Loretta Young 10:45 Weather 10:50 Touchdown 11:15 Tonight 12:00 Sign OK - Saturday, Dec. 10 I;00 News and, Meditation. 8:15 Storytlme 8:30 Mr, Wizard 9:fK) Pinky Lee 9:30 Paul Winchell- Jerry Mahoney 10:00 Fury 10:30 PrldP of the Southland 11:00 Cartoon Carnival 11:30 Terry and the Pirates "12:00 Slim Rhodes 12:30 Rou^h Riders l:oO Cartoons 2:00 Pro Basketball 4:00 Square Dance 4:30 Robin Hood 5:00 Scoreboard 5:30 Father Knows Best 6:00 It's A Great Life 6:30 Big Surprise 7:00 Perry Como 8:00 People Are Funny 8:30 Jimmy Durante 9:00 George Gobel 9:30 Your Hit Parade 10:00 Millionaire 10:30 The Vise 11:00 Burns and Allen 11:30 Mystary Theatre 12:00 Sign Off . WHBQ Channel 13 Friday, December, 9 «:00 Little Rascals 6:25 Do You Know Why 6:30 Annie Oakley 7:00 Ozzle & Harriet 7:30 Crossroads 8:00 Dollar A Second 8:30 Camera "4" 9:00 Confidential File 9:30 Damon Runyon Theatre 10:00 News 10:10 Weather 1015 Les Paul and Mary Ford 10:20 Late Show Saturday December 10 9:00 For Your Informat- ion 9:30 ":?l!evue Baptist Church 10. i • .-.plain Midnight 10:30 V !e ol Texas Rangers 11:00 Andy-a Gang 11:30 Autry — Rogers 12:30 Cartoon Capers 12/.5 Tops 1:00 Saturday Show 3:30 Wild Bill HIckofc 4:00 Buttalo BUI, Jr. 4:30 T.B.A. 5:00 Top -^cn Dance Party 6:00 Little Rascals 6'25 Weather 6:30 Ozark Jubilee 7:00 Grand Oie Opry 8:00 Lawarence Welk 9:00 Million Dollar Movie 10:30 Les Paul it Mary Ford 10:35 Classic Theatre The planet "lars, which lies 141. 500,000 miles from the sun, travels about that body at a speed of r L miles per second. No-Fan Mail SIDNEY, Neb. (If}— Chief of Po- EXPERT WATER PUMP ; REPAIR Hubbard Hardware i Phone 2-2115 lice Sol Willis gol a fan letter ol a sort. It was a postcard, mailed Irom Grand Island, Neb., with this Paint Closeout MHT Trre* »»* Olm i Price Hubkard Hardware unsigned cryptic message : "Drop Dead." Kirby Drug Store $750 For Your Old 1 ELECTRIC RAZOR on ft new Remington, Schick. Sunbeam. Ronson or Norelco RENT . FLASH CAMERAS . MOVIE CAMERAS Complete Selection of Flash Bulbs, Polaroid Film, Color Film, Movie Film BARNEY'S DRUG STORE 2004 W. Ph. 3-3647 BEST BUYS Christmas Cards Personalized with Name for \ up Samuel F. Norris Across From City Hall Day of tht Outlaw BylM ' Iqajll* UK *!*•**. XKT DARHOW shifted sUghtty and be threw a sidelong glance at Pace. Odrum remained stretched nut on bis blankets, his eyes glittering with excitement, but his prrni remained under his head. K 'disconcerted Tex and b* could pot determine whether Pace was neutral or might take a hand Miner war when ttM bullets Btarted flying. Jnarex realized (that Denver had maneuvered to Ihreaten him and the breed no longer could back T«t't play hs»i«* Bruno. Tte's ere* <a* back to J«k. Be eouldnt read tfa* odds and Fex was always a HUB who Uk«d ID.9K tfaem Ma way. H* licked Ms Hp* and Jack knew tut fee Slowdown had agate bMB de- hmed. But tie cKd not reau, bJi hand sUM takmed. *M kind ot leave* •• lockfag born, doot H, JadtT" he asked fe> tight voiot. Jack nodded. "Majb« w«*n ptevxmi, Jtck.* He" looked a< the window where k« snow still feH. "We sure •lot going anywhere In thai. We n& divide the money liter.' rNine ways," Jack Hid, vofc* tevel. Tex flushed with aaftr tor • nvMoent, then it vmnisbed. TNo point in argutn* now. By «h« time the blizzard** over w* can tell how Shorty will do." the storm continued through the rest of the day, but some tune defp in the night it passed. When Bruhn opened his ere* the twit morning, sunlight streamed its early red rays info the windows. I "-n threw back his blanket! and strode to the window, looked out. The noise awakened the other*. They hurried through break" As he ate, Jack waited to • ^.i Pace Olum'i eye and he finally succeeded. He made a slizht sigualaeMl she jnungsstr barely nodded. prtlum calmly lifted his coffee D..i.. "l need some more ol thl*. Ot along to tte widow, Tex. m be seein' you around." Darrow's lips pursed and then he shrugged. "See you later, then." Vause and Denver left within five minute* .and there was only Jack and Pace. Jack finished his coffee, leaned forward, elbows resting on his crossed legs. "What da you think about Shorty?" he asked. Pace shrugged. 1 reckon th» docter knows best" Jecfc made an impatient gea- n. "1 mean about leaving bun here st he ain't able to ride with i." "Why should I have anything t» HT about ta You're the leader, Jack. Yoo make up your mind and have your say." Pace had not made his own position dear. Jack's eyes grew bleak. "I always figured I could depend on you. Pace." "Why?" the stripling asked almost as fa* it was a challenge. Jack blinked and held one band, palm out "Why, I let you come into the gang and we've ridden a heap of miles together, you and me." "We have," Pace agreed. "So liave people in a stagecoach, Jack. But they split up when they reach the end of the run. Each has paid his fare so there's nothing owing, any way you take It* Jack's heavy face fell but he tried to hide it with a quick shrug. "You're saying you dont owe me nothing." Pace arose and stretched. 'Something like that, Jack. I was no drag to the bunch when I threw in with it, and I'vi carried my load ever sioa>. We're AT the Fr.izin home, Hal Crane »U«tghteiicd alter (hovel- ing a path from the house to the store. Vic and Bob stood breathing hard beside him, leaning on their shovels. Hal thought of his stock and he tentatively kicked at the ice. If this didn't go quick, he'd be in trouble . . . and so would every ranch in the valley. Not far away, Dan Murdock and Phil'Preston bent their backs to the shovels, and the path from the house to the big fence of the lumber yard. Phil brought them up when they had finally reached the office. "Dan, isn't there something we can do? Every minute those renegades nre in town, I feel like I'm living on top of a powder keg with a lit fuse." Dan sighed. "No guns. They watch w Hke hawks. If we make a move, they'll be ready for it" Dan looked directly at PhiL This time they might be mad enough to take it out on the whole town." * • • DAN followed tne path acres* the street, went into the store. Gene Hiatt had been leaning across the counter and he hastily pulled himself up and turned toward Dan. Ernine took a step back and for the first time Dan saw that the girl was actually Mustered. Dan realized he had interrupted an intimate conversation. 'A .couple sacks of tobacco," he said mildly. Her head lifted in surprise and her eyes were suddenly warm and deep. Sh* started to say something, instead changed her mind and hurried away to flll his order. Ernine returned. He knew that she and Hiatt exchanged glances but still they said nothing. •Thanks," Dan said, and then started toward the door. Hiatt'i voice stopped him. 'Murdoch!" Dan turned a* Hiatt came up. The young man studied Dan, made a grimace and tugged at his ear. Could I talk to you, Murdock?" "Sure," Dm wafted, glanced around the store. "Not here. Private." (T* Be CwUflHi) New! Used! HOUSING PROBLEM? Right Now, HERE in BLYTHEVILLE You Can Sea Mobile Homes • Low Down Payment • Low Monthly Payments • Lowest Interest Kates GRASK MOBILE HOMES Of Blytheville, Ark. Highway 81 South Franchisee! dealer for over 50 NAME BRAND MOBILE HOMES NEW! USED! RADIATOR WORK • Boiled Out • Repaired • Flo Tested • Re-cored ALL WORK GUARANTEED GROVER'S RADIATOR WORKS 5*8 Cl. Like Are. Ph. 3-6981 Best Grade Illinois Coal and Kindling Nut Coal Z or more torn $10 per ton plus tax B&CCoalCo. 8. Biw»j rhone J-MI2 Watch Cleaning $3.50 3 day Service Mr. A. B. Tart, reriitered etirm- Dfrapner' l«ehnlclan with 22 rean'watchmaking eiperlence, la now usoclated with oir nrm. We art now offerim 3-d»y watch reyiir aenlee. O'STEENS 111 W. Mate BUFFORDSHOESHOP Expert Shoe Repairing, Cleaning, Dyeing GOOD USED SHOES FOR SALE 112 8. Rroadwa; say this for Louise's boy friends—she hasn't picket) one yet that wasn't healthy as a horse!" "We're seeing how the record sound* it all MM different speeds!" e, FIFTY. THESE sou to, MB. MARSHALL. _.NOT WITH CHRISTMAS SO CLOSE AT HAVE A NICE ^ TRIP. HAZEL.'.' HOW CAN YOU BE SO CX MAYBE SHE'LL N JWONT, REALLY) (DEAR. SO LONS, FOLKS. 1 I'M RUNNING AWAY TO MONTANA TO BE A COWGIRL 45 VIC FLIMT RETURMS TO HIS OFFIC6... CRACK wise, BUT VOUU. SET CO/WINS TO SOU SOON.' CAIXEP TO LET YOU KNOW I'M IN TOWN. HOW VDU'P COMB UP «MP BMP OUT.' SIWCE net KWCW Awur COKE STILETTO, W 6A>Ae THEY WOUIPN'T TELL X I'W FIW6 WE WHAT HAPPENED TO I THANKS TO SASyJ YOU, 61*! IVS BEEN ,/OH, VOU PON'TKWOW HALF CRAZY—rf HOW KELIEVBP I_ KOyCE 15 BAPUY V I KNOW OMB : we AT RIO SHANPE MU6TSBTHIMTO / OTV! IT'S THE APOCTDRl ^ CLOSEST POINf TO roe BOWER F20M HERE! 15 UP, LEKW WE GOTTA TURN W5VCE LOOSE! I AIN'T RI&KIN' NO KAP NOTHIN 1 ! * SET EVEN WITH R.THAT HOOKNOSEP MfPPLEK! iilviet, lnc.,T. M^Rtl. y. 8,£n^fl YOU WEBE AWRIGHT \JU5TABOUT NOW, LE55EE.JTO BECOME A WHERE /SEMTLEMAN WERE WE? / AS I RECALL EXCUSE ME FORA MINUTE, I SURE WILL YUH, BOSS? I'LL PUUL UP TH AWMIN' 50 THAT BUM SYLVEST6RU HAVE T' SNOOZE H,qE= STORE/ HE'S . OTOER TVtttOGS. IS WB COWOBKTON NOOR WTHtS WORXKX..OO VOU

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