The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 23, 1953 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 23, 1953
Page 9
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TUESDAY, TONE 28, 1958 BLTTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NBWS PAGE HUH OUR BOARDING HOUSE — with Major HoepU By 1. R. William* OUT OUR WAY f LISTEM-WEVg .I TRIEp EVEEY KNOWN BAIT ANT AIU'T HADA BIT6, AWHEJIS'STUGIC HIS TONGUE IW TH 1 CREEK AM' A BIS EASS6EABBEP rr/ THERE IT & 6O Irt AN' 66T DOWM, FOLKS. MV BOYS ARE HAVIK' A AReVM yittH BULL'S -6Y6 geH50N,1He. DIRTY RUSTLER, AND HIS 6AM6/ X'LL 86 6ACK AS AS 1 SQUIRT 'BM •SOME LSttD IN X3OR HAT TO A DOS WITH A HULL CREEK KISHTIM FRONT OF HIM--MOW I'VE SE6M , EVERyTHIMS HEY, COUSIN PETE/ THAT'S A COOL VWAY TO SREET >GUE6TS/WHAT6 THE SKOOTIN *teAA»ft'-^P'*»^3^ ';«•'——-"••£"'.»-• -VvVi " " fe'- ; i»><'~ , a „—^-^^ AWPF/; fMI6 16 Lltfg 1"H£ OLD HERE'5 Y00R IRON, PARD2 & THE WORKS WART w .,«,„«As......„,,.,„.»,.to..- REFRIGERATION and Electrical Appliance Repair All Work Guaranteed TOMMY BOGUN Phone 3046 or 9734 Insulation costs so little, average home S]00. Keeps heat out in summer—saves fuel in winter. Phone its for estimate alid easy terms. E. C. Robinson LUMBER CO. 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 KILL JOHNSON GRASS with Sodium Chlorate, 99% pure! Pine treated for dry application. J12.50 per 100 Ibs. A. H. WEBB CULVERT TILE CO. Hiway 61, State Line Ph. 8414 Paris and Supplies for All Cars, Trucks and Tractors 5S5 W H O L E S A I- K 111 Norti Broadway rhOBe 4511 and 4512 Television SERVICE ANY MAKE ' PA Systems for Sale or Rent PHILCO FACTORS SERVICE Blayiock's N. Highway 61 Ph. 3172 FUEL OIL G. 0. POETZ OIL CO. ' "/ Sell That Stuff" Phone 2089 Office & Bulk Plant - Promised Land by Massacre Mountains Frank C. Robertson the kitchen; his heart pounding. If Betty was at Two Rivers this was where she should be. He found lonly the fat squaw who did the cooking. "My room," he said. "Locked. IBarnes boasted he held by the wrist. He wondered how Walter happened to be here, and guessed the answer. While he and Nate had been washing the dishes Jess Williams had probably sent the boy on ahead to tell Zad Baj-nes of their arrival. He stepped to the door and called out no louder than necessary, "Walter, come here a minute. remnlns nt n ranch irhrrr PMe first Kim the clrl. nhllr I'ptc ride* on to Two nivrrft fo find her prei- Zad tell me to find Sally." She called out in a dialect that then entered the room. rx lywD Rivers looked the same as when Pete Morrison saw it the first time. The gambling game was going on in the shade of the store The same white men and the same Indians, even Tobey, were loafing about. Pete seemed lo be a mixture ot Ute and Shoshpnt, of which Pete knew enough to make out what, she said went into the store and found Barnes behind the counter. "Well," Zad said, "you're back in a hurry. Didn't you find your wagon train?" "Yes, I met it. see white girl, Betty. You send her They're on the way, but traveling slow." "You didn't." "1 always like to make time. came by High Valley. Had dinner there." "You seem to like that place? "I do. I suppose 1 can quarter here till my friends arrive?" "I reckon so. The same room "She not here. 1 * "Not here? Jess Williams told me she was here." "She go away with Gabe Cox, maybe to marry." you had is empty. Sally will get never marry Cox willingly, or go - away with him. It could mean only that Barnes had smelled a be too mouse, and hidden the »irl away anything you want." "Thanks." Pete couldn't afford to eager about seeing Betty, He pretended to be extra solicitous about his horse, and killed time taking care of him before going to his room. The Indian gambling game o/ "hand" was still going on around the blanket, but he had an idea it was all a sham. He had the feeling that he was being watched and he would have to go away in by every eye at the trading post. And somewhere about the place, although invisible, was Gabe Cox, the mun whose jaw he had broken. Cox wasn't the kind to forgive an be restrained by Zad Barnes. Pcic went around to the room! although not what seemed to be You like Betty a lot, don't you?" Sally's Indian name. "You come out. White man want said nothing and remained stand- to go to bed." An inner door opened and Sally came out giggling. She had a taking what might be the greatest bunch of keys in her hand, and she gamble of his life. He had seen led the way across the court Pete's room, still giggling. She went inside, and Pete handed her a silver dollar. "I want to had been something in his eyes as to this boy only once before in his life, and he had been unfriendly then, as he was now. But Ihcre here." pETE'S heart felt like a .chunlc of lead. He was sure Betty would somewhere, and he didn't know what step to take. water, and after carefully locking while he took a bath. If the girl was really gone he would have to said, "1 speak English better." ;o back and tell Nate Wilkinson, about his danger. After he had bathed and dressed, he room was full of steam. He moved over to the blanketed win- injury like that, although he might dow to raise it « little «nd »aw had heard it could cost both Pete the Indian boy Walter crossing and Nate their lives. Yet he he he courl with the air of nride he will you?" The boy hesitated a moment, He met Pete's eyes defiantly, and without fear. Pete said, "Sit down, Walter. The boy's eyes flashed, but he ing. Pete hesitated a moment before he looked at Betty that made Pete think he worshiped the girl. But whether that would be enough to outbalance his loyalty to Zad. «nd whether Pete could convince him ;hat he would be serving Betty's interests best by .going against Zad was the all-important question, and the gamble. DETE asked softly, "Did you ever 1 know, Walter, that Betty ts not Zad Barnes', daughter, and that le stole her from her own father when she was little?" Still Walter said nothing. Pete He sent Sally for a tub and hot couldn't even be sure that he was even understood. In dialect Pete the door tried to think things out asked. "Do you speak Shoshoni?" The boy's eyes widened, bul he "Good. Betty's real father is at High Valley now. He wants to he night He had no illusions find her and give her a real home. He is a fine man, and he will be good to her." Pete knew that if Walter went out of there then and told what he ieved that inn 1 noticed him before. (knew everything ho :i~(l urriiMieri. and found locked. He went sack to ihe dminjIWaUcr was a Shoshoni. a supenoriWaltcr. .room, walked through it >od ioto'lm* I* UM iadiuu wbaa Zadl Barnes already he was teHine Television — Tonite, Tomorrow WMCT, Memphis. Channel 5 TUESDAY NIGHT, JUNE 23 6:00 6:31) 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 8:00 0:30 9:45 9:55 10:00 10:30 11:30 11:35 11:50 Theatre Break the Bank Fireside Theatre Candid Camera Two For The Money Boston Blackie Mr. & Mrs. North News Reporter Tontsht. in Sports Weather Famous Playhouse Jackie Gleason News Industry on Parade Sign Off WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24 "You get lots of bent fenders, don't you, Mrs. Jones? Must be more bad drivers in this town than I thought!"- FRICKLH AND HIS FRIINDf I HOPE IT W»SWT T>O MUCH OP AM ORW-AU. ^ , , ~~™. ENTERING A WOMAM>X ATAU./ SPRY HAD To PUT A NEW LININ6 IN . THECROWfO,' _ - _ op WESIS OLD SKIMMERS LOOK PRETTY PRAcrueeo, MOM/ „ MOW /isour Hiviwe 'EM FIXED up* BILLY, WHY DONY VOU V"- NOW raiT IS IT YOU/MARTHA YOU'RE SUCtuX PLAY FOR A BIT WHILS I WANTED TO TCLLM^-/TRUSTINS SOUL.' DO YOU ) AUNT TrtaWA ANO>/\ TWTWAMT FOR/ KNOT WW YOU 6OT THIS \ i UNPACK? y—rtfP \ BILLY'S EARS, / CHARMS UTTLE COTTASE FOR I THELMA? *-* ' / DONTSO A WOMAN'S BOW VW* FOUND IN TWS PONO A FEW MONTHS ASO.i» THE CORPUS* JUW HOW COME YOUR SISTER DOESN'T WEAR ANY? IT'S SO SUNNY TODAY THAT I'M WEAR\N& MY BLACK GLASSES! SHES AFRAID OF THE DARK I! •WHY,TWT5THE FELLOW WHO **KEP WE FOR ft MATCH IN FSONT OF W OFFICE BUIU7IN6 LAST NISHT/ AN? aKOWL 1$ MAMN9 THE KINPOF$TWEN*N1» THW rASAN HB GOT A CL6W TO CHIW ~HE MOKNIN& APTBK NICK. i couu? usu mmi TH6KE5 fc CKPTNM EASY TO SEE WK./ DOWHiNOKM GM.W,Yi MM I (III SHOW Hi* tO MR.SN.WMa WIRBLE** 6TWIOM. PBUNY DIPW'T SA.Y MUCH fr.60UT MR. OA.LWW,.. EXCEPT TOT HE5 k RKDIO ttMJ>.>, ACROSS WM.f5 ST.SEORSE'S CHIkNNEl...THeid BY FERRY TO THE IRISH C0f>*r. THRU IKELNMD, TOWKD THE W.OUTH OF THE I FORGOT! I CAN'T GO ON WITH THIS! I'M A, SICK MAN! i GOTTA, BE WHERE IT'S RESTFUL AN' QUIET/ THIS OUGH1A BE QUIET ENOLV3H FOR ANVBODV...THAR AIN'T NUTH1N NO- WHAR BUT A FEW U'L OU BUSHES! YEH...W1TH Ai HO3TILE REDSKW BEHIND EVERYONE OF 'EM WE£KS,.DEPENDS HOV LONS'LL rr \ ON TRX6 US TO GET TO ) DO1N' AT THIS BUBBUN' MUD / FOKT UNION. SPIRIT'S COUNTRY? M^m^ GOOPNESS.' IT'S STARTING TO WA.1N ! GIVE W* THE UMBWELLA, WOVER' DON'T F02SET YA GOT A PATS T' BKIN3 IN YES POOCH AGAIN NEXT WEEK - KILLS JOHNSON GRASS, BERMUDA CORCWKSS) AGRtt WKV ft Mf\M=> 7:00 Today 1:25 News 7:30 Tociuy 7:55 News' 8:00 Dine Done 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 Betty Furncss 11:00 Storylnnd 11:15 Guiciine Light 11:30 Garry Moore 12:00 Meditation 12:10 News 12:20 Farm News 12:30 Homemakers Progrt. i 1:00 Big Payoff 1:30 Welcome Travelers 2:00 On Your Account 2:30 Ladies Choice 3:00 Hawkins Falls 3:15 GabbyHayes 3:30 Howdy Doody I 4:00 Bed OLswanger 4:15 Superman 4:45 Hurtoons 5:00 Flicker Comics 5:15 News B:25 Weatherman 5:30 Eddie Fisher 5:45 News Caravan 6:00 I Married Joan 6:30 Talent Patrol 7:00 TV Theatre 8:00 Boxing 8:45 News Weekly 9:00 Showcase 9:30 News Reporter 9:45 TonlRht in Sports 9:55 Weather 10:00 Big Town 10:30 Rocky King II :c. 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