The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 20, 1953 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, June 20, 1953
Page 7
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JSATTJTOAY, JUNE 20, 1988 ~OUR BOARDING HOUSE -> wit* M«J*r BLTTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PACK MV PHONY CHOPPERS CflM'T IT/ THE WA.VTO COOK THIS DELICACY 60PP05BD TO DIS50WK IT UKe A JAWBREAKER/ BUT CH6CK ~. WE'LL BE AT MV COOSIM'S RANCH MY WORD.TWieGS.' Ci/CK! —TMAT RANCHER MUST HMS BEEKl 3ESTIM6 WHEN HE SAVE US THIS SMOKED ELK/ IT'S LIKE SMAWrJS <3M A BILLFOLD IT OVER AT YUCCA . FLATS' VHErJ FOR A Juicy STEAK, PUT OUR WAY ly J. R. William l/Mil! "" .', • 'AWV . ',!(„ W»fe& THE BL1ILP-UP ^..»m«.>~..^.T..^.i t t~» *• P($OAK& AH EARTH BO/HP TRANSPORT... BC X u AWAY FRO/H AW PMIXKl *1E--FAB«N ftWPEV, IPOJ-OF7ME TERZffTK/AL REFRIGERATION and Electrical Appliance Repair All Work Guaranteed TOMMY BOGUN Phone 3046 or 9734 FLOORS Laid, Sanded and Finished! • Asphalt Tile • Rubber Tile • Linoleum Tile • Inlaid Linoleum • Wall Tile Cabinet Tops Installed All Work Guaranteed Free Estimate EUBANKS and STOREY Phone 2239 Some 51 nations have Boy Scout programs. KILLS JOHNSON GRASS, BERMUDA flnrwvr and many othtr and weeds. Destroys weed roots . . . prevent* rtgrowth. In conrtn- Unl powder form; easy to mix-for use us a spray. E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. The copper ball at the top of St. Peter's cupola in Vatican City is big enough to hold 16 people. RADIATOR WORK Boiled Out Repaired Flo Tested Re-cored ALL WORK Guaranteed Grovers Body & Radiator Shop 598 Cl. Lake Ave. Pho. 6981 WE MEET ALL PRICES WHOLESALE OR RETAIL HOT or COLD Slice or a Truckload Special Prices For Picnics and Parties BLYTHEVILLE CURB MARKET Main St. Blyrheville Massacre Mountains by Frank C.Robertson THE STORY I Frtt MorrlioB, •cnllt. believe* he ha* learned the ercaboum >*t daogrlilei nder of nln. of Hettr, tUc U of Nutf wilklnno • California-bout Betlr. unaware Zad Barnen, a renegade, fclilnnped aer Trhen fhr irnn a child, tit living at Rarneft' ranch near Two River*. Meanwhile, another woman Can* Dean, haM Joined the train She 1" Pele'n former mreethenrt, with whom he qtinrrolcrt jaM he- fore the War Between the Statea. Vll '"PHE presence of Cass Dean meant tremble—she had ahvay meant trouble for Pete—yet he found himself eager to see her while at the same time wishing she were a thousand miles away. He had to see her, for he knew that she would see him one way or another if her mind was made •up. He rode into the town of Echo Junction early in the morning although he expected to have to •wait. She had always been a late riser. Meanwhile, Nate would he fuming. He stopped at the hotel where she was staying to ask for her, and was told that she was having breakfast in the dining room. He went on back, and saw her alone at a table at the side of a room. She didn't see him at once, and he had a chance to study her. If • she had changed in the five years since he had seen her it was for the belter, and she had always been a beautiful woman; tall, with gloric;;s chestnut hair, and almost classic features. She looked up as Pete strode toward her table, and » smile broke over her beautiful face "Pete Morrison!" she exclaimed. "Pete, it's wonderful to see you." She stood up, extended her hand, and then ns though it was the naturfll thing to do, kissed him. Pete felt his face growing hot. The lost time they had met she had been ready to slap him. "You're looking fine, Cass," he said. "Aren't you going to say thai you're glad to sec me?" "No." She laughed. "What a man! Well, sit down and share my breakfast, and we'll talk about old times." As they sat down Pete cast a glance around the dining room. He saw a man turn his face, but the fellow was a trifle slow. He was one of the men Pete had sat at table with only a few days ago at Zad Barnes' trading post at Two Rivers! Pete knew then that had been followed, and that every move of his would be watched. Cass touched his hand. "What's the matter, Pete? You seem to be upset?" "I am—at seeing you." "It wasn't me," she denied. "' can read your mind, Pete." "What the devil are you dolnf here, Cass?" "Lsoking far a man. And, lo! I have found him." "I thought things were over 3Ctween us five years ago." "That stupid war! I tried to for- Jet you, Pete, but I couldn't. Anyway, the war is over now and here's no North and South. There's nothing to keep us apart." "Are you sure of that, Cass?* "Well, is there? Don't you still :are for me? This time it was h« who reached or her hand, but only to soften ns words. "I really don't know, !ass. You're the most beautiful toth have changed. I know I have And I seem to remember that al- hough w« thought we were in ove we never seemed to agree on inything. Probably we still won't igree." • • • 2HE said with a somewhat fixed smile. "Beware of the woman corned, Pete. But you've got a olrit We have changed. We've rown up. I've lost my illusions. 1 now what hardships are now, nd I can understand your prob- always, and those soft white hands didn't Indicate hardship. He asked, What have you been doing?" "I was a nurse during the war. My mother died, and my two brothers were killed. I'm alone in the world, Pete, except for a married sister. We lost our money, too." "You don't look as if you were broke." "I'm not—exactly, but I don't have much." "Look, Cass, why don't you go back home? This country is no place for a girl like you. Maybe we can work things out—later." "I've got no "home to go to. Even if you throw me over again—" "I like that You threw me 'er." "Well, even if we don't make a go of it I'm staying in the West. There's opportunity here. You can't stop me." "I can try. Look Cass, I'm leaving here right away. Believe me, there is nothing out here for you. Wilkinson and I are going to a place that is inhabited only by outlaws and Indians, and there'll be danger every minute. I couldn't take you down there if I wanted to." • • • CHE wanted to know why, and "^ he told her about Zad Barnes and his stronghold at Two Rivers. "That man over y o n d e r," he pointed, "is an outlaw, and he fol^ lowed me up here. 1 * "I'm still going," she said. "Not with me," Pete said grimly. "Then with Wilkinson. And if not with him I'll go alone. I've woman I've ever known, but we 8°' to ma . ke y° u understand, Pete, ems. Pete looked Rt her critically Sb* ww teauUuUjr drttHd, u that I'm just as tough an anybody else. I can stand anything that you can stand." Pet* stood up. "I've got to b* going, Casi. I'm terry that I can't s« things your way, but this is no country for a woman like you— and it's the only country for me." He held out his hand, and after an instant of hesitation she took t "I'll be seeing you," the Mid. He walked out, and he was no ;ooner out of sight than Cass Dean got up «nd walked over to the man he had said was one of Zad Barnes' outlaws. <T« B* FRECKUIS AND HIS FRIIHM Tat YOUR. MOWER. I ALSO HAD Tb pur A NEW LININS- THE CROWN Of HER. HAT/ JUST A MINUTE rouue- I'U. TCAOF YOU TO MOTHER'S HAT FOR-Ouf FLOWER VASE/ ^ I typed three letters today without a word wrong, but the boss didn't ev»n grunt! How it a girl going to get recognition in this office?" THAT'S THE ONLV THINS THAT BOTHERS ME.' HARD AS IT IS TO GET PLACES THESE DAYS,Wff HASN'T THAT IT ANSWERS WUR \aiTELrnLECOTTAl3E NEEDS AIWIEABLY.., JBEEN SNAPPEP UP LONS ANDIMISHTAOPIT'SMlSQANPATTHATPRICE/ / HEY, MAW ,KNOW WWT 6RACIE AND J JUST SAW?/ SOMEBODY'S LOOMN'AT THECARTEE COTTAGEJ Television — Tonite, Tomorrow WMCT. Memphis. Channel 5 PON YUNOW ABOUT rr! rr'D GIVE ME TH' CEHPS «. TOUVEWERgl I KNEW A CHAP WHO DID THAT.' WE SET UP A WHOLE GYMNASIUM FOR HIS BA3Y.' WELL, I HIM TO BE GREAT BALL PLAYER NO... SHE GREW BUYING- ALL THAT •STUFF BEFORE YOUR BABY IS BORN? AREN'T YOU (IT JUMPING aV,THE GUN, !( BOTTS A FEW MINUTES LATE?... FOKTHEl.A9TTI/v\E, SWPEft WHBIZE'5 ALL THE POUGH REENV'S SENPINft NOLI TO WASHING WITH? I PIf N'T KNOW HELLE WA6 YOLK r*WlE...XSW5AK I WNT..3'Ll. STAV AWAyV LET FHOWHEft...6ETTHE f HIM POUSHPORVOO..,«vlV-J OUT, •meWE jusrquESTiowEP BLEEK M THE HOSPirM, PENMVl HE DENIES REIMS W THE WHITE HOE.SE.TILt •V TO) P 'IM VOU'RE SUSfKTED OF fHf IIMEWYCK'S MURDER THEN HE BROKE DOWN! AND CON-\ BUT HOT FOR FIEWEP YOUR STORY IW EVERY I LOUe, DETWLl WELLiPENNY, YOU'RE NOW/Pi. CIUIMQ IT TO THE MISTRESS OF PETTIPOKE,/ Tffi CROrJM TO K MWOOK.! .WasST CONVERTED IMTO i HNIESUCK WOWPERFUL \WISH rcpw.o,««r PLA.WS FOR ITi MiO WEW 1 I'M LOWS OVRPM HftD NO flWlE TO DISCUSS J IW THE STWBA I VHEWil I 00 WSHMOU'P sTiv/ft BIT LOUSER! I HAVEN'T YET MET UP WITH ./ WELL TH'FIRST /SON, YOU'VE IE TOTH 1 ...Y'SEE THAT OL' MISSOURI RIVER? WELL, WHEN YOU SET UP TO WHAK YOU CAN SPIT ACROSS IT, YOU'RE IM OL' BUB6LIN 1 MUD'S SACX YARD; NOT SO FAST THAR SOUNDS \ BOY.. I WON'T INTERESTINS... THINK I'LL TAKE I'VE BEEN AROUND r^ U3T...AN' I'VE HEARD ABOUT ALL KINDS OF SPOOKS, 5P1RIT5 AN 1 HOODOOS...BUT, POR Y'KNOW WHAT? "\O 6OYO 'G\G6'iN>6 SATURDAY NIGHT, JUNE 6:00 My Hero 6:30 Amateur Hour . 7:00 Saturday Night ftevue 8:00 Range Rider 8:30 Lone Ranger 9:00 Juniper Junction 9:30 Abbott and Costello 10:00 News 10:10 Weather 10:18 Sightseeing With Bw»yice« 10:30 Wrestling 11:30 Talent Scout 13:00 New» 12:05 Sign Off SUNDAY, JUNE 21 10:15 Previews <s News 10:30 American Inventory 11:00 Hippodrome 11:30 Frontiers of Faith 12:00 Happy Mountain 12:30 Candy Carnival 1:00 Burns & Allen 1:30 Beulah S:oo Roy Rogers 2:30 Ethel & Albert 3:00 The Chimps 3:15 Sunday Musicals 3:30 Ozzle & Harriet 4:00 Meet The Press 4:30 Slim Rhode! 4:65 News 6:00 Red Bhelton 6:30 Mr. Peepers 6:00 Comedy Hour 1:00 TV Playhouse 8:00 Stu Erwin 8:30 Favorite Stroy 9:00 Fashion Show 9:15 Nature of Thing! 9:30 News 9:40 Weather 9:45 Toast of the Town 10:45 Private Secretary 11:16 News 11:20 Big Picture 11:50 Sign Off MONDAY, JUNE 22 7:00 Today 7:25 News 1:30 Today 7:55 News 0:00 Ding Dong School 8:30 Arthur Godfrey 9:00 TV Shopper 9:30 Strike It Rich 10.:00 Beth Marsh 10:15 Love of Life 10:30 Search for Tomorrow 10:45 Arthur Godfrey 11:00 Storyland 11:15 Guiding Light 11:30 Garry Moore 12:00 Meditation 12:10 News 12: ) Farm Program 12:30 Homemakers Program 1:00 Big Payoff 1:30 Welcome Travelers 2:00 On Your Account 2:30 Ladles Choice 3:00 Hawkins Falls 3:15 Gabby Hayes 3:30 Howdy Doody 4:00 Berl Olswanger 4:30 Industry on Parade 4:4S Hartoons 5:00 Flicker Comics 5:15 News 5:25 Weatherman 5:30 Bob & Ray 5:45 News Caravan 6:00 Paul Wlnchell 6:30 Howard Barlow 7:00 Cisco Kid 7:30 Robert Montgomery 8:30 Who Said That? 9:00 This Is Your Life 9:30 News Reporter 9:45 Tonight in Sport* 9:55 Weather 10:00 Wrestling \0-.r News 11:00 Man Against Crime 11:30 Suspense 12:00 News 12:05 Sign Off DEAF? 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