The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 19, 1955 · Page 17
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 17

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 19, 1955
Page 17
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MONDAY, DECEMBER M, 1»M (ARK.) ooutmi «w« FAOT •ITBN'I'EEN OUR WARDING HOUSI — wWi M«i«r HoopU Willi.m. OUT OUR WAY *XJ PUT THAT ELK U" THERE AMP THEN £>O BACK TEW MILES FOR DANGERS TO MOVE THAT PUlJV TREE/ V*M/, THERE AIN'T TEW MEN IN TH STATE WHO COULP LIFT THAT ELK. UP THERE/ VCH.AND THERE AIN'T TEW MEW IN TH' STATE WHO COOLP PICK A AFTER HAT THINS UP THERE.' /eUT I'D HATE TO see You TAKE THE PAlMS OF CRACKIN6 THOSE FEATURES WTO , HOOPiS, ASNES AMD I HAV/E 6EENI V*3NDERIN6 ' IF VOL) AND WR SANS OP CATCAU.ERS ARE <SOI|4« TO So.FOUL OP ANOTHER CHRIST- s * ' .MAS AMD TMIKW ALL THOSe PRETTY CABOLS FOSA lOSS.' /WE TO soy you gf?isHT MEW Hcay TO REPLACE THAT MOST/ WIG WREATH irt YOUR QUITTIW TIME ^ ,„,., Youtee LOOKIM6 AT F F. R RT. "AN**"™ <*• Sue SUGGESTS THA.TI&U FALL FATALLY, PLAT Five TIMES ON SHE SPOKE TO ME/ TMATS NOT TOO oim- SHADYSIPES SBFAT- j V SHE LOVES ME.' CULT TO DECODE' EST LIVIM6 DOLL ' i ITS SO IHTIMiTe, SHE ' HAW WEITP IJJN ' — Tonight, Tomorrow — WMCT Channel 5, & WHBQ Channtl 13 "Harold doesn't have any imagination—he isn't even curious to know what I'd do if he kissed me!" "AH the way, please! WMGT ChftBD*! I Mondftf Nl#hl, D«c, 3* «:00 Cmpteln Z-fto 8:45 News Caravan «:» Touy Martin 7:00 Cawar'e Hour 8:00 Medic 8:30 Rotwrt Montgomwf »:» Science Fiction Theatre W:00 Tour few Reporter J0:15 Wrestling 10:45 Weather 10:30 Mystery Theatre 11:15 Tonight 19:00 Sign Oft Tuesday. Dee. J* I.JO Meditation 1:00 Today T:35 Weather—Memphte Area 7:30 Today 7:55 Today In Memphrt 8:00 Today 8:25 He WR—Mid-South 8:30 Today 8:55 Hews 4: We&ther — Mid-South 9:00 Ding Dong School fl:30 Storyland 9:45 The Cathy Show 10:00 Home show 11:00 Tennessee Ernie Ford 11:30 Feather Your Nest 12:00 Hews 12:15 Farm News 12:30 TV Movie MattnM 1:30 Homemakers Program 1:45 Date With Life 2:00 Matinee Theatre 3:00 Channel Five Theatre 1:30 World of Mr. Sweeney 3:45 Modern Romances 4:00 Ptnky Lee 4:30 Howdy Doody-color 5:00 Aftenioon Movie 5:30 Interestttig Person 5:00 Soldier of Fortune 6:30 Dinah Shore 6:45 News Caravan 7:00 Milton Berle-color 8:00 Jane Wyman's Fire- side 8:30 Piny wrlghts 5fi 9:30 Grand Ole Opry 10:00 Your Esso Reporter 10:15 Star Stage 10:45 Weather 10:50 Mystery Theatr* 11:15 Tonight 12:00 Sign Olf WHBQ Channel IS Monday Night, Dec. It 15:00 Lime RaBcala 8:25 Do You Know Why 6:30 Topper 7:00 TV Reader's Digest 7:30 Voice of Firestone 8:00 Kit Carson 8:30 Medical Horizons 9:00 Mobil Theatre 9:30 Big Town 10:00 News 10:10 Weather 10:15 Leg Paul and Mary Ford 10:20 Lnte Show 11:50 Weather Tuesday 'December 20 8:45 News An Weather 9:00 Romper Room 10:00 This Is Hollywood 11:30 Stu Erwin 12:00 News 12:05 Lunchtlme Theatre 12:45 Early Show 2:15 Miss America Matinee 3:00 Foreign Intrigue 3:30 Bozo and His Friends • 4:00 Autry-Rogers 4:55 Mr. single 5:00 Mickey Mouse Club fi:00 Little Rascals 6:25 Do You Know Why 6:30 Warner Broa. Presents 7:30 Wyiitt Earn 8:00 Celebrity Playhouse 8:30 Dr. Hudson's Secret Journal 9:00 Danny Thomas 9:30 Cavalcade Theatre 10:00 Sews 10:10 Weather 10:15 Pattl Pass 10:30 Late Show The entire cotton Hbcr in a sin-1 South America has a mean ele- gle, tubelike cell. I vation of 1800 feet. For aches, palm, ruts, bruises, barns, colds, headachei, Wtcs and stings, try •ob'i Gypsy Rub Linimtnt AraHaMe at your farwtte drat counter G. 6. SMITH PRODUCTS CO. Try m T*x«co S*mc* Station First! Wt Can Supply You with the Finest TEXACO HEATING OIL "Lit M p«wtr your form ond h««t your homt" We deliver anywhere in Mississippi County BOB LOGAN "YOUR TIXACO MAN" Mythevffle Phone 3-3391 Joiner Phone 2421 BIBUCAI, APOCALVPSE Apocalypse,, a Greek word meaning "revealing," frequently Is given to the last Book of the New Testament fthe Bopk of Revelation), believed to have been written by John. Watch Cleaning $3.50 3 day Service Mr. A. B. Ford, registered chron- ographer technician with 22 rears witrhmaking experience, Is now associated with omr flrm. We are now offering 3-day watch repak aerrice. O'STEENS 111 W Main Day of tht OutUw XXXIM DAK returned to the store and stood by th* window watching ttw Mloon. H« mddetity straightened when IM caw Juarez and Egan come dnto Mi vision and cro» the »UXl Dae wondered wbere IP«o« bad gone but something m tttt attitude of the two bandits h«M his attention Juarez waited «• tfa« walk while Egan bun-led to the saloon door, opened it and •tuck his .bead inside In a moment Starrett came out. Dan watched the three talk, Juarez grinning and making a xnotioo toward the'street that led to the Gorton shack. With ainking feeling, Dan realized that they had discovered Hal's hang- oui Starrett laughed and clapped Juarez on the back. Dan hurried down the steps and along the path of beaten •now to the corner- He was almost to the Fra'zin house and now he could see the high fence of the lumber yard. He stopped short when he saw a slender figure hurry along it, from the direction of the office. Pace Odium was on a trail of his own. Dan stood immobile He stared in horror at the house where he knew beyond doubt Paula was. He could no longer see Pace, but he could picture the man knocking on the door, Paula Innocently opening it Dan's glance cut to Juarez and Egan, still standing .close together and looking toward the Gorton shack Dan's panic and uncertainty mounted. He - could not be two places at once and eithei choice would bring him face to face with killers. , He swung sharply left, cutting behind the smithy, beating his w>7 through drifted snow toward «rd t*o«. Hal Crane b*d a sttm ehwc* at ending Juarez aod Kgan, but Paula would have noo« against the unpredictable killer witk the angelic smile. • • • , DAN hall expected to hear glass break and UK roar at a shot as ht raced along the path to the back door. But he could hear voices, Paula's raised m anger, Then Pace answered, voice so low that Dan could not make' out the wordi He eased the door dosed behind him and looked d«sp*r- ately around for some sort of weapon and Vie eyes fell oo th« woodbox beside the rang*. He walked tiptoe across the room and slowly, carefully eased a long heavy, piece erf wood out of the box. He grimly turned to the dooi leading into the dining room. Now he could hear Tolces more plainly and there was • lifting note of fear in Paula's tones. Suddenly Pace cursed. Paula screamed and a chair crashed over Dan threw caution away, unged through the door and into the parlor. Paula had avoided the man's irst rush and had placed the labje between herself and Pace. As Dan rushed into 1 the room, 'ace wheeled and crouched, land slashing down to his holster Dan knew he could never )eat that blurring gun and he .hrc'w the billet of wood, its agged form hurtling directly at .he handsome face. Pace had only a glimpse of the projectile. He ducked and threw up his arm in an Instinctive gcs- ure. It missed his head by a whisper and crashed against the ar wall. Paula screamed again. Pace had been delayed just long enough for Dan to reach him. Dan grimly bored in is Pace tried W bring tb* gun lute pla/ igain. Dan's Bngers grabbed his wrist. He discovered then that Paoc might bt slender but his muscle* were whipcord and spring steel. The red Upu peeled back In blazing anger and Pace whipped about, slamming a fist iota Dan's stomach and also trying to In* hio wrist from Dan's HE nearly succeeded, the blow making Dan gasp for breath.. But he hung grimly on and used his greater size to bear the Lighter man back. They hit a chair and both went down in a thrashing tangle ot arms and legs. Pace twisted like a cat even as he fell and Dan's grip slipped ffom th* gun wrist. He grabbed frantically, missed, but hie band knocked the gun aside as it exploded again. Then be had tb* slender wrist in his hand and his arm and shoulder muscles bunched u hit fingers tightened and twisted. Pace's arm stowiy moved back and to one sidt, Dan exerting a steady, savage pressure that made the boyish face writhe with pain. Suddenly Pace arched, steet- spring muscles forcing Den's heavier weight up. With a sudden twist Pace threw Dan to on* side, though Dan still held grimly on to the little killer. Now Pace was above him and the pale eyes had a wild glare, like that of a cougar. Dan had a glimpse ot Paula just over the outlaw's shoulder, caught the blurring sweep of her arms. The billet of wood crashed against the back of Pace's head and the man w^nt limp, the gun dropping from his nerveless fingers. Dan hastily threw him aside, itabbed the weapon and came to his feet. Pace didn't move, lying with arms outflung, eyes closed. Paula dropped the wood and swayed. "I. . 1 killed him?" Dan glanced at the fallen outlaw/ "No, just knocked out. Too >ad you didn't. It would save the cost of a trial and a hangman »ter on." (T* SUPPOSE YOU CALL THEMEXTSHOT-'HOMEA FEcLSADAWD HOW ABOUT A LONG DBVE COWM THE HIGHWAY OF M/ PAST, 02 OONT YOU .COLLECT LIFE STOEE87 ITWASAWONDEEFUL DIWNEE, WE, MARSHALL. AND! LIKE YOU FOE DECIDING TOTEO. METHATYOUIrtJEW MVHUS0AND. WILL SOUND AWKWATO JiMESiOe'LETSDO AND COM, BUT I ALMOST HAD THE FEELING JIM WAS WITH US. REPLACED STEAMBOATS The steel barges now being pushed up and down the Mississippi carry three times the tonnage that steamboats hauled in their heydey about a century ago. IT'S TO HELP DESERVING CHILDREN.' CAN I PUT YOU DOWN POR DONATION? BILL WALKER UNLESS YOU WANT TO 6ET HUBT, RICK.I, OPEN 1KB DOCK WHEN FLINT KNOCKS, STEP A5I0E ANP flSlt. HIM TO COME IN. I'LL TAKE CARE OP TH£ EEST. 6UESS CAN'T HELP MVSELfr 8LTT I hWVE A HUNCH VOOU 8SSORKV.' (RE VDLJ AMSS RICKI KRAMER, WE PAMSSL IM PlSTRESS^ SftAM'MAW JESTMNTWO NO HOUE SINCE 5HB WUZ INSUREf WITH- W. L WALKER INSURANCE AGENCY Gl«c< Bldr. Ph«nt J-43GI THE LOWSEK VOU WWTTO KEPLV.TME DW5, WE'RE 601U6 V)\ HAKPEK. IT IS! YE&...THM5 WHW THKCHM5 ME, CARLM TRVIW6 TO APOLOGIZE FOR WOT. WJSWERINS 500UEE! HOW CftN I EXPLAIN TO LONA WHX IT'S TAK6W WE SIX YEAKS? FRANKLY, I POUT KNOW! BUT THE MAIM THINS IS TO WRITE 1 . THEM We.LL WADE THftU THIS STACK! SOOW VOU1L WAIL WHE MIT ARRIVES] OHiCAKLM 00 YOU V AREN'T VOU REALLY THINK I CAN?) AS SMKT A IT WOULD RESTOEf MYSELF RESPECT- WHIP YOUR PHOBIA ABOUT WKITIKIS LETTER'S! AMD YOU'LL START TONIGHT; BY AU5WEEIWS TMI5 OWE FROM LOWA C^PER5! PEOPLE? NOI* GET 6TARTEP, WHILE I MAIL. YOUR STRIPS! WE'VE GOT IT! Ov«r THINK ABOUT THIS, EH? / THINK ABOUT WHAJ? CLASS, EH? LENDS ME/ YEH-MY SORT OF A QUIET ( SOSH, 00? WOULDNTCHAl LET'S HOPE SAY? tl ITS ONLY A LOAN.' different ittrm in tl'ock! HUB BARD HARDWARE OUR HERO WILL ONLY BE fSHOWM IN. . GEMTLEMAMLY AMY SPECIALf PO'I HAVE PLACE YA/TO THINK OP WANT ., . USE YOUe.OWN vJUDSMENT! YOU CAN HELP! HAN'S THI WPEATHi^MY UEADIN 1 ! WHAT'S ALL y CHWISTMAS THAT JUNK, A^DECOWATIONS »UDPSVT.y V ~—. fOK THE STOPE! . UEVL>». W»OD OF THK1 USHERS. VOO'LV EWJOS 1 MEETI10& HIM VKW.MAtTM (nilOKOM ONir 100 W. Main St. Phone PO 2-2542 Blythcvillc, Arkanaai

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