The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 22, 1953 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 22, 1953
Page 11
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MONDAY, JUNE 22, 1953 BT/rTHETTLLl! (ARK.)' COURIER NEW! TAG! OUR BOARDING HOUSE — with Major Hoopl* KETCHUP ON OURvests AWD BUFFALO SILL FATHEAD FA6AM AM'A 'THE BOYS-AN DRIVE UP WE'LL HOLD A SHOOT! M 1 6 OUT OUR WAY By J. R, Williams PX& PAINTING, THE WIWCWW9 WJK1 OUT AMD SEE IF HE WEEPS A BLOCK UNDER OWE OF TH' COULP BS THAT WOBBLY UNLESS SOMETHING ELSS fffW WHY MOTHERS fiST fiEAY CC X ^.O SHIP j 6BIN6S CHRIS EAJK TOEAK.TH RZOM VENUS, ANP WITH HIM CO/WES MELLO,TH£ NATIVE 61 EL- ->• OK PERHAPS THEV WANT PICTURED OP THE NATIVE 61 EL you AND youiz S' LA-S COLOWBL! PRIMITIVE JUST LIKE EVE, CLEOPATRA AND POMPADOUE! 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 OB ww IN WARM WfATHffc Have you ever broken out in a sweat at the sound of a flre engine? Wondering If it could be your house? The right fire Insurance will protect you financially. We Invite you to see us today. ANSWER The drops of water we find on them are due to the moisture in the air. In warm weather, this moisture increases, and coming into contact wiUi the cold pipes, condenses into water. 1. "Popular Fallacies." A. S. E. Ackermann. FUEL OIL 6.0. POETZ OIL CO. "/ Sell That Stuff Phone 2089 Office & Bulk Plant- Promised Land ^ Massacre Mountains by Frank C.Robertson comtifHT mt ir *t* jrtrfct, ftc. THE STONY! Old iivnkrncrf in IVtr *« qi ihp Civil W don, tlin rt nl the o •rl»on, inert* Cn* Tilh TVhO! u <Ii rent o Jolnrd l*d by iVa.e Wllkln- believe* (I *», nttopted ilnnBbl <•«, « ri'iicKade, htrr. »rho vr.-in kidn nil rhlJd. Nnle vrni 1'oic iJnck fo Two VIII CO great was Nate Wilkinson's hurry to gel to Two Rivers that they were back in Pangeneet in four days, and they had changed teams three times, with Wilkinson paying heavy boot every time they made a trade. Pete was pretty sure of one * [thing. Enrnes' man would* not he iable to keep up, even though the Imnn doubtless had relay horses planted along the way. : Pete's own horse, of the fast jtouph breed known as a Tennessee 'walker was well rested and good condition. They were able to buy a fairly good horse for Wilkinson, who had brought along his (saddle in the buggy. ! Wilkinson's sense of urgent jliaste seemed contagious, and they /•wasted little time in Pangeneet, ibut partly because Pete wanted to get away before they were recognized by any of Zad Barnes' men {possibly lurking there, ! They were still some 50 miles If rom Two Rivers, and it was arther by way of High Valley. memnripi nrr gate's impetuousness might spoil things for them. He tried to impress upon the man that they must be cool, and not spring the surprise upon Betty too soon. The old man, Jess Williams, stepped out of the door as they rode up and stared at them with surprise. "You again," he grunted. "Got a pardner this time." He seemed disgusted, but his rheumy eyes dwelt longer upon Nate than they did on Pete. "That's right," Pete said. "You see, I like Miss Bi Wonder if she'd mind gi ner £or us." "She ain't here," the old man growled. "She's not?" Pete said loudly to cover Wilkinson's groan. "Nope." "She'll be back tonight, I suppose?" "Kain't say. Went to Two Rivers three days ago. Zad sent lor her. Reckon he must need her there, or she'd a been back." "Well, Jet's be—" Nate began. Pete cut him oft. "Then how about you cooking us a meal, Jess? You see, my friend here has been sick all morning, and he just isn't able to ride any further today. After we eat I'm going on to Two (f IThey rode until midnight, then at )Pclc's insistence, laid over until tdaybreak. The best time to ap- to keep silent. IP r o a c h Barnes' ranch, Pete thought, would be at noon. The nearer they got to the place ;the more excited and Impatient Wilkinson became. Pete had long while, and I won't mind cooking ! since*had to give up the Idea of our own dinnen. Wherc'i the In- leaving the man behind. Wilkin•son was even practicing what he ;\vould say when he met his long [lost daughter, and worrying lest jshe repudiate him. I Pete could understand and sym- : pathi.'.c, although he feared that dismounted. "Something's {one wrong," Wilkinson said. "He got suspicious "when you mentioned my name and he's spirited my girl away. And I'm not staying here." "If you ride in on Barnes he'll recognize you and that will ruin the last chance you'll ever have to see Betty," Pete told him brutally. "You'll stay here, and you'll be John Belknap." Wilkinson was hard to convince, yet Pete was obviously right, and he reluctantly agreed to fei£n illness and remain in High Valley. "I don't like that old coot in there," he said. "I've got it in my mind that I've seen him before." "Maybe it's because he looked like he had seen you before." "It could be. I can't remember him, but Tobey had a gang in Illi- Betty's cooking, jnois and this fellow might have ind getting din- been me of 'em." It was something Pete hadn t thought of, but it was not improbable, "Whatever you do, Nate, don't let him get suspicious." WfHEN they returned to the house Williams was cutting meat, and apparently had changed his mind about cooking for them. When the meal was finished, however, he left t^cm to wash the dishes and disappeared, "To think," Nate said, "that my little girl, that I haven't seen /or 15 years, was right in this room three days ago. Pete, if I don't get some action I'm going crazy." Rivers, but I'm afraid you'll have ATE WILKINSON did Indeed look like » sick man, but his eyes blazed angrily a.i he looked at Pete. He managed, however, Williams said, "1 Jest cooked" enough for myself, an 1 this ain't a boardin' house." "We'll make It worth your dian boy?" "Out with the sheep. If you wanta cook an' pay for it, go ahead." "We'll put up our horses first." They rode over to the stable and "I know how you feel, but this to put Mr. Belknap up'till he gels job has got to be handled care- to feeling better." fully i( we're not (o tail." "Funny. I know Elizabeth must be a grown woman, but I can't think of her as anything but a lass in the pink dress like she wore the last time 1 saw her." "You can take it from me," Pole said earnestly, "that the happiest day of my life will be when I see you two together." Pete let his horse Felix take his fast running walk that covered the miles with deceptive speed. All [he odds were against Barnes knowing that he was back, or that Wilkinson was within several hundred miles, yet he couldn't restrain an uneasy feeling that Barnes hud b«en in some way warned. (To B« Continued) Television— Ton ire, Tomorrow WMCT, Memphis. Channel 5 MONDAY NIGHT, JUNE 2J 6:00 Paul Winchell 6:30 Howard Barlow' T:00 Cisco Kid 7:30 Robert Montgomery 8:30 Who Said That? 9:00 This Is Your Life 9:30 News Reporter 9:43 Tonlirht in Sports 9:55 Weather 10:00 Wrestling 10:4 News 11:00 Man Against Crime 31:30 Suspense 12:00 News 12:05 Sign Off TUESDAY, JUNE 23 6:30 Today 7:00 Today 7:25 News 7:30 Today 7:55 News 8:00 Ding Dong School 3:30 Arthur Godfrey 8:00 TV Shopper 9:30 Strike It Rich 10:00 Whats Your Trouble 10:15 Love of Life 10:30 Search for Tomorrow 10:45 Nature of Things 11:00 Storyland 11:15 Guiding Light 11:30 Garry Moore 12:GO Meditation 12:10 News !2:20 Farm News •":30 Homonmkera Program 1:00 Break the Bank 1:30 Welcome Travelers 2:00 On Your Account 2:30 Ladies Choice 3:00 Hawkins Falls 3:15 Gabby Hayes 3:30 Howdy Doody 4:00 Coronation 5:00 Flicker Comics 5:15 News 5:25 Weatherman 5:30 Dinah Shore 5:45 News Carnvan 6:00 Theatre 6:30 Break the Bank 7:00 Fireside Theatre 7:30 Candid Camera 8:00 Two For The Money 8:30 Boston Blackie 9:00 Mr. & Mrs. North 9:30 News Reporter 9:45, Tonight in Sports 9:55 Weather 10:00 Famous Playhouse 10:30 Jackie Gleason 11:30 News 11:35 Industry on Parade 11:50 Sign Off "I gave him those boxing glovet to wttr, Mom! You don't want peopla to think h»'« a titty, do you?" FRECKLES AND HIS FRIINM :..TOl£ HOUSE IS SO PSRFECT FOR BILLY THAT I JUST COULDN'T KESIST IT/ THERE IT IS UP AHEAP. OH,NO.' NOT TOE CARTER PLACE) WHY ALL THE RUSH? VOU WO 8ILLV COULD'VE STAYED ON WITH ME AS LONG AS VOL! UKED. KILLS JOHNSON GRASS, BERMUDA nuf end many other grasses and weeds. Destroys weed roots . . . prevents regrowth. In convenient powder form; easy to mix fof use as a spray. E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. DEAF? Now there fa no need to let Impaired hearing hnndlcap you in business or In social sicUvttlcs. The new "AUDIO- TONE" Hearing Aid may help you rrgaln Inc Joys of better heirlng. This tiny instrument lias many »d- vanced engineering features, such a« i;s printed circuits Which eliminate! most servicing problem^, yet has « powcrful.beautlfully clear and natural lone. "AUDIOTONE" is approved by the American Medical Association. Come In for » FREE demonstration, Kirby Drug Stores THERE! THAT'S SHA BUUH HMM... WONDER WHAT THESE THINGS COST..? I TONT HAVE THE MONEY- ITS IN A, HRIBFCASe... LOCKER IN TEWrMNAL.., 60TTO,TO... KELLY, TAKE A PLAIN- C HLOTHH TERMINAL. CH CLOTHH5 PETAILTOTHt NAU, CHECK ON ANYONE WHO KEMOVtt A BRIEFCASE FROM A LOCKER, FACE ARE NICK LAST OWE OF GRANDFATHER'S UST REQUESTS WS THAT I GET THE BOX TO TO t>& SOOW f,5 POSSIBLE. HE AMD I'LL BE 61>D TO DgLWER IT PEHNV! Of YOU HERE AT THIS TltoE HAS MEAMT 50 NUCH TO WE! HWE-TO A5K. POUT FORfiEr.,.WR£ COMNS\r» <W»I<» TO THE STATES FOR A VlSIf JTO TO AFTER VOJ'VE WOUND UP THE / BVE.8, AFFAIRS OF THE MAMORJZ DWSllNtf 1J IT HAS OJITE A SHOCK. BUT POOR ALLEY... \ A FEW WEEKS LAMMS OFF THE I BACK IN MOO CIGARS NEARLY I WILL DO HIM WRECKED HIM; A, GOOD. 6HOUU5 J CHECK I NO NE£D, TO S6E IF HE fOOOLf.,, (T SOT H34EALL WSHT? / YEZZIR, BOV, fT'S A HJR / PIECE UP TO WHAR THE ( OL' MISSOURI AIN'r MUCH \ MORE'N A CRICK, BUT ITS V WORTH THE TRIP, ROUTINE V OR NOT, SOMETHING JUST DIDN'T JELL,AND OUR HERO'S BACKTRACKING OP THE CALENDAR YEH...'5PECIAUY IF I CAN GET A GANDER AT THIS GREAT SPIRIT OF TH 1 BUBBUN' MUD) OH WELL, CAN'T EXPECT T'/VAKE A SALE MtUUONS h o? . EM!

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