The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 20, 1955 · Page 17
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 17

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 20, 1955
Page 17
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TUMDAT, DDCBMBHl », !««• BLf IIIVaLLl (AMCJ OOVKICK IWWI TA9C )UR BOARDINO HOUSI — with Major HoopU OUT OUt WAY •y J. R. WIHtanw A PLAGUE 014 THOSS NITWIT 60ABDERS/ u-THISMVUAM BIRD USED TO f?£ A ^ MODEL OF DBCOROU6 DIC ~ '' *-> BUT THE CURBSTOS16 COMSDiArJS AROUMD HERE HAM6 6L>LLieD HIM VOITH 5O MUCH v "POVJDY/ EXTCNOM TH' FOOTBALL 3EASOM ID CHRI£TMA«- MOPITO' TO BEAT HES1EAM FOR JIST OUCfJ IT CAN'T BE DOME WITH THIS 8UUCH I (MTV SHE KWOCKS A GUV COO-COO AW 1 STILL HAS TIME TO S. PULSE AXT ATOUCHPOWJ '-'• TOO. 1 ME(?(?y CHRIST/HAS, AN1T3 (JUTS TO YOU.' SoMFflQW EVERYTHING I TrilNK OF SEEfAS SO PRACTICAL/ MY IDEAL MAM &toONLi6Hr t - Bur I'M NOT SATISFIES WITM YOU'VE PONE ENOUGH HOMEWORK— 6OTO BED/ /70 our A usr OF SUBJECTS WHICH we WOULD LIKE To WRITE- ABOUT' br NEA s*rv!n. Inc. T. M. RlJ. U. S. P MCT Channel 5, & Television — Tonight, Tomorrow -- W WHBQ Channel 13 Tue*d*y Night, J»cc. 30 6:00 Soldier of Fortune 6:30 Dinah Shore 6:43 News Caravan 7:00 Milton Berle-color 8 00 Jane Wyman's Flrt- side 8:30 PlaywrfgUp 56 9'30 Grand Ole Opry 10:00 Your Etso Reporter 10:15 Star Stage 10:45 Weather 10:50 Mystery Theatre 21:15 Tonight 12:00 Sign Off, Wednesday. December »I 6:50 Meditation 7;00 Today 7:25 Weather — Memphl* Are* 7:30 Today 7:55 Today to MemphU 8:00 Today 8:25 NewsrMid-Soulh 8;30 Today 8:55 News find Weather- Mid-South 9:00 Ding DonR School 9:30 Sloryland 9:45 The Caihy Show 10:00 Home Show 11:00 Tennessee Ernl« Ford 11:30 Feather Tour Nest 12:00 News 12:15 Farm News 12:30 TV Movie Matinee 1 :30 HomemaXers PrO- 1:45 2:00 3:00 3:30 3:45 4:00 4:30 5:00 5:30 5:40 5:55 B:00 6:30 6:45 7:00 7:30 Dale With Lite Mutlnetj Theatre Channel Five Theatre World ot Mr. Sweeney Modern Romances Pinky Lee Howdy Doody-color Afternoon Movie Interesting Person Cartoons Weather Superman Eddie Fisher Newn Caravan Cisco Kid Eddie Cantor 8:00 Television Theatre 8:00 This Is Your Life 9:30 Mr. District Attorney 10:00 Your Esso Reporter 10:15 Screen Director's Playhouse 10:45 Weather 10:50 Mystery Theatre 11:15 Tonight 12:00 Sign Off WHBQ Channel 13 Tuesday Night, Dec. 20 6:00 Little Rascals 6:25 Do You Know Why 6:30 Warner Bros. Presents 7:30 Wyatt Earp 8:00 Celebrity Flayhouw 8;30 Dr. Hudson's Secret Journal 9:00 Danny Thomas g.W Cavalcade Theatre 10:00 News 10:10 Weather 10:15 P&ttl Page 10:30 Late Show Wednesday, December 21 8:45 News ft Weather 9:00 10:00 11:30 12:00 .12:05 12:45 2:15 3:00 3:30 4:00 4:55 5:00 6:00 6:25 8:30 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:45 10:00 10:10 10:15 10:30 11:50 Romper Room This is Hollywood Stu Erwln News Lunchtlme Theatre Early Show Miss America Matinee Foreign Intrigue Bozo, and His Friends Autry — Rogers Mr. Single Mickey Mouse Club Little Rascals Do YOU Know Why Disneyland MOM Parade Masquerade Party Break the Banlt Wednesday Night rights Sports Picture News Weather Les Paul and Mary Ford Late Show Weather T. M. RH . "-» '" o*- B**r. 1»* b; NEA hrvio., IM. m#*ff*ir**ft. 19. fjo "Take my coffee bottle off him! He couldn't rescue anyon* from % heavy fog!" M. Nig. U. *. Ptt Off. . 1HS b, NCA ttr* 1 *. ** "This exam will b* conduct*** M 1h* heim ., — slcast takt Matt thro apart In arternaH rewi! For aches, pains, vuU, bruises, barns, colds, headaches, bitw and stings, try Bob's Gypiy Rub Liniment Available at your favorite draff counter C. G. SMITH PRODUCTS CO. OLDEST HOUSE The Fairbanks house at Dedham, Massachusetts, which was built in 1636 , is said to be the oldest frame house still stand- Ing in the United States. Try o Texaco Service Station First/ We Can Supply You with the Finest TEXACO HEATING OIL "Let us power your farm and heat your h»m«" W« d*Hv*r anywhere in Mississippi County BOB LOGAN "YOUR TEXACO MAN" te Pho»« 3-3391 Joiner Phone 2421 HTML P«*, , mi «rried Mm across the room, tompcd ht» an th. »(». D« Htt»d th« pistol, ejected th« •nptr OMX «nd rfpteced than with Mlcta froai tb* belt. H» ptck«d hte lnK « from the JRoar md jmnnifri it on his head. B* orouod to (be door ind wa« to o|Mi . •C.B." Bt tamd. Her «T« •HKiwd Mi IK* «• though try- Ing; to te*v«n it dooptT i« her BWRIOTJ. H«c vote* dropped to a •htoixr. "B* c«r«(nl, D«. Oh, piMM b* twediK I HPPOM I've bean mcwlam md OMTbe > Itt- H< irwk, bat now I know I love fa«. I want 70* back . . . »fe." Ml hand dropped from the knob tod h« took a step toward tar. Th* sound of a muffled shot checked him and he stiffened, his law going hard «od h" eyes bleak. "They've got Hal Crane." He •ddert grimly, "I'll be back." EXii jtopped at Doe Lander's house. "What k «, Danr Th« voice dripped acid. "Another killing? Mot OM oC them, I hope." "A«r»td aot, Doe. I think If s Hal Crane. He wa« holed oat at George's." "I'll get my bes" Dan walked to the Gorton shack, saw the door stood half •Jar- In two strides he was beside Hal and genlly turned him over. His eyes were closed and the front of his shirt was stained with blood. He breathed shallowly and Dan did not like the pallor of the skin and the dull sheen of the eyes beneath the half-closed lids. He twisted •round when he heard h»sty iteps across the other room. Doc Langer stood tn the doorway, trying *» adjmt to the «h«rinw«. In mother moment h« kmlt betide Dan, practiced handi wrttin* the sfcart to «rpo«* *« wound. Dan heard J stir behind him and again twnrned to see Ava Hikes standing in the doorway. He hastily walked to her, shielding the body. -What'i wrong?" ihe asked, it GeorgeT" She wa« not drank.". Her face showed the marks ot her fight with the bottle and her eyes were pufty and led. But from somewhere deep within she had gathered a new «trength. Dan shook nil head. "1ft Hal Cnoa. He<i been shot." •Themr- Dan understood who she meant and he nodded. Behind him Doc Langer spoke in a »oft fury. "They nearly notched their guns again, and they still might count coup if Hal's hick . Hives out. He's got a bare chance of pulling through." Dan said heavily, "They killed George Gorton. Then they quarreled among themselve« and Jack Bruhn is dead." • • * DAN turned to look iirte her questioning eyes. "How about Ten, Ava?" he asked gently. "Did he mean anything to you?" 'He'f part of the nightmare, Dan. He promised to take me away from all this. I was dazed, hurt, all mixed up." She slowly shook her head, "No, him and his whisky just cased the pain. 1 came out of it' last night. I'll Bitter—bot not with Tex or anyone like him." Dan squeezed her arm. "Good Pace Odium killed Tex just after Tex shot .Jack Bruhn." She slowly closed her eyes, opened them again. She lookec at Dan foe a long time anc sighed. "I ... I'm going home.' When th« door closed behind her, Dan turned to Doc Langer "So we've got a gun. But there's Vause, Juarei, Egan and Denver T ttiink Hlatt wtfl throw fci wffll us, now." Doc jpokc without looking op. "Get along, Dan, and do what you can. Ft take care of. Crane." As Dan arose, Doc looked ap and the asperity left his voice. "And, Dan, watch yourself. K'd be I shame if Larry had to fit you Jot one ot tut boxe« or I had to pw* .ead out of your carcass." Before he left the shack, Dan buttoned his coat over the holster and belt, concealing the gun. H< walked to the store and entered. He first saw PhiJ Preston and Bob Frazin standing by the desk, watching Gene Hiatt and Ernine, who talked intently up by the window. Hiatt said another word Ernine and came striding down UM aisle to .Wop before Dan. . "Murdoek, cfoM ymr offer aaal stand?" "StiH stands," Dan answered. "AH right. I'm on yo«r side. Tm tired of afl this kOling and robbing. I wasn't meant for It you'll help me make things square afterward, I'H do everything I cao for you right now." * • * DAM extended hifi hand and Hiatt took it. PhH and Bob ooked on In gaping surprise and Dan swiftly told them ot th« deal had made with Hiatt. Ernine came up, her eyes alignt. Hiatt spoke sharply. "Juarez and Egan Just went into the Wyoming, and I know Vause is there. Denver's at the stable. But Pace is the first gent we'll have to get—" 'Pace is tied up," Dan said and the others gasped. He told what had happened and Phil's face turned a purplish red with anger. He glared at Dan, You left Paula with that sidewinder! Are you crazy!" 'Wait, Phil," Dan checked the older man as he started toward the door, "Pace , is hogtied. I've got his gun. There's no danger for Paula if we move fast." He looked at-Gene. "Hiatt, you make a second gun. If we could Ret one more for Phil we'd even the odds." Hiatt nodded. "Denver's alone In the stable. I'll be right back —witli one." (Ta Be Continued) N 25 WTOSOe LESS/CUNT MARSHALL AOTSriCE DAY MM, DAD WAS A MMSTi MTH ENOUSH KIDS FOB A COWSZE6ATOH AND SO FOOE WE HA.D TO KG \KOWiDWWTrfiOU9H COUEGE-CAMETHEWB AND I WAS 7J, 90 SK1PKXW OOWTVOUil**. MO HtTE I AW.AMV «W THN9»,«C« A» NOWTHATI'MOWAFBST —~< NOW HOW ABOUT NAME BASIS WITH SOtl.MAUTHMTHAT UFESTDUY IFEELASlFTVEkfNOWNVOU FOeVEAES. M0MMnM.tT»T|»7 Best Grade Illinois Coal and Kindling YOU MUSTN'T THINK WHAT YOU'LL JEEPERS.' 1 WONDER WHAT I'LL GET FOP? CHRISTMAS.' $10 per ton plus tax B&CCoalCo. RADIATOR WORK MIRROR, AMKRCR, ON TH6 WALL, THANK6 A LOT FOB TELLINJ6 ALL/ FLINT IS ABOUT TO STEP INTO THE ROOM WHEEE HISLOM6- FOE 'THE EEL' LIES • Boiled Out • Repaired • Flo Tested • Re-cored ALL WORK GUARANTEED GROVER'S RADIATOR WORKS BUS. PAP'S 5TI WRITINS THAT 5HW FULLY CVEKPUE LET! TO LDNA, OXPEKS! CEKTAINUV WOW DISTURB Hltt HOtt •.W.W.V. WE'VE GOT IT! Over 33,000 WELL, I MUST SAY YOU CHAPS DON'T SEEM VERY IMPRESSED WITH MY PROMOTION TO THE ROLE OF A GENTLEMAN. WHWCHOO \ YOURS? WE Y J ODNT SEE different items in stock! NOWHERE AROUMD.. WHEREt? V SOMEWHERE A80UT H U BIARD HARDWARE f IF I WASN'T | I A LOVER OF / 5IC I WOULD / K OTHER S, ANSOFEKINS ' •ALNELIHOODj^ I MUST SEEK A SHSLTEI?ep SPOT, VET ONE WHERE I MAY STILL ENTICE COINS FROM THE POCKETS OF PASSERS- sy THftT THERE'S TWOORUtW THIVT MUST BE PIR SQOIRE PCT THE t>OOR WOU. MR. iniioicon •MIT $2°° Corn* H T«(»rl City Drug Store 100 W. Main St. Phont PO 2-2542 Rlyiheville, Arkunsiw

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