The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 24, 1953 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 24, 1953
Page 13
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE P>, 1988 BLTTHEVTLLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS PACE THWITHfr OUR BOARDING HOUSE — with Majdr Hoeplt WITH 32 CALIBER WASPS — t CflM HEAR TrT BULLETS KATTUN' LIKE KSLLY-PC0L PEAS .'—GOT A CHAW, ERft OF PAvlNEt BILL/—AMflU SHOULD WEAR AFULL6U1TOF ARMOR -I'LU Dia YHOSE OLD SUNS OUT OF< M.Y 6RIP/ TUMBL& to we ACT OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams SUCH CLOTHED—I'D NO IP6A THEV HAD NICE SHOPS VENU4! 4TM6E PLANET... MAYBE I'LL BE ABLE TO HELP HER REFRIGERATION and Electrical Appliance Repair AH Work Guaranteed TOMMY BOGUN Phone 3046 or 9734 costs so little, aterage home $100. Keeps heat out in summer—saves fuel in winter. Phone us for estimate and FLOORS Laid, Sanded and Finished! • Asphalt Tile • Rubber Tile • Linoleum Tile + Inlaid Linoleum • Wall Tile Cabinet Tops installed Alt Work Guaranteed Free Estimate EUBANKS and STOREY Phone 2239 KILL JOHNSON GRASS with Sodium Chlorate, 99% pure! Fine treated for dry application. $12.50 per 100 11». A. H. WEBB CULVERT TILE CO. Hiway 61. State Line Ph. 8414 Parts and Supplies for All Cars, Trucks and Tractors ' SPSS WHOLES A I. K 111 N.rti Brudm? PkMt 4511 and Television SERVICE ANY MAKE PA Sjstems for Sale or R(;nt PHI1.CO FACTORY SERVICE Blaylock's N. Highway 61 Ph. 3172 FUEL OIL G. 0. POETZ OIL CO. "/ Sell That Stuff" Phone 2089 Office & Bulk Plant- Promised Land Masssycre llbuntaks Frank C.Robertson by come/cur r*si tr nt» S THE STORTi Pete Morrl*. icmit, nntl Niile Wilkinson, i CnlifHrnln-lioiind nn«on rrhieh i\nle In leading. In ftinti ptiped year* hef the cirl ilini Jlnrne* of TTTC oc incr Hefty mn Mir In hill- Into Two _« lhad passed within sight of Betty without knowing it He watched Walter thrust one note deep in his trousers' pocket, and the other lone in a pocket of his shirt. Walter looked cautiously out the door, what a welcoming party he wa5 going to Ihro-vV for the emigrant train when it arrived, and eacb word had a double meaning. Pete knew full well that Barnes had now definitely made up his mind to cold-bloodedly and completely loot the emigrants. The temptation to draw his gun and end the. life of this despicable renegade was almost overpowering to Pete. The worst of it was that he knew Barnes was reading his :iveri. ivhrrc he Iffirn an cone away to t ox. n ruffiiin fhnt Pete hn<l n flfrnt rith on n TtrevImiN vlt»(t, i'ctr he- CTCB \V nller. nn I nil Inn liny nt 'ivp River*, who rvni» tninted 87 Pity, enii help him. and then with a snakelike glide thoughts— and was unatraid. (hnl Betty j was gone _ irry On he ° ^OR a moment Pete felt limp with relief as he sat on the bed. There were still many possibilities of disaster, but TPHERE was a flicker of an expression on the stolid face of the Indian boy. He said. "I can read. Both you and Betty's father will be killed. Jess send me here with a note to Betty's father being at ranch." Pete nodded. "I thought so, could. II was now largely up to a strange Indian boy and Nate Wilkinson. As soon as It was safely dark| m e the name of Tobey? he meant to try to make his own, • • • tell Za™atxrut escaP 6 ' although he had every, r> ARNES almos , chokcd on a reason now to suppose, that h, S |B every movement would be Walter. Betty needs Zad wants to make your help. her marry Gabc Cox and Betty hates him. Will you help her?" Walter hesitated. out, he kill me." that Barnes already might have sent men out to capture Nate Wil"If Zad find ki ns °n. the man Zad hated so bit- "1 know. But I'm risking my life to come here. So did her father." Walter glanced fearfully toward lerly. Zad wasn't one to delay his vengeance. When the supper bell rang Pete walked boldly into the dining room, but this time he didn't leave mistake the glint of evil triumph the court. Plainly there was panic his gun behind. He found only in him, and he wanted to get away Zad Barnes there, and he couldn't from there. But there was also something else, something greater than fear. Walter said, "I go back to ranch. I tell this man where Betty is." lief. "That's al: I ask. Walter. Wait." Hastily Pete scribbled note which read. "Dear John: Come on down here as soon as you are able to travel. Pete." Then he wrote a secpnd one saying: "Do as this boy says." He said, "Give this first note to Zncl to read, and show the other them. one only to Nate Wilkinson when you get back and tell him where show you the bear." Betty is. way?' Where is she, by the "In Pnngeneet, at Hoot Andcr. snn's ranch." had done al Then Pete happened to turn his (head and he saw the Indian Tobey jleaning against the wall. The Indian had followed him inside the dinirj; room as silently as a ghost. If Pete made a wrong move he was certain to get a knife in his back. Pete remarked coolly. "Tell me, Barnes, how did you happen to give this Indian standing behind watched. What worried h hf ^ he jhad >, shove|ed in p , <who said him most was |I named him?" he sputtered. "I just wondered if the original was a first or last name." "How did you know his name?" "I think Betty told me. By the way, where is she now?" Barnes' anger passed. "My daughter is,, on her honeymoon with Gabe Cox. Gone to Caltfor- ny," he said. "Sorry 1 missed her. Is she coming back this winter?" in the man's black eyes. "Are we eating alone, Barnes?" Pete asked casually. "Yeah, the boys have gone out "Sure. I'm takin' Gabe in as Imy pardner." Mr. Zad's eyes watched Pete closely, Pete heaved a great sigh of re-on a bear hunt." Barnes grinned. but Pete's expression did not change as he spoke again. "That's nice. We'll be seeing a The "bear," Pete knew, was lot of them then, no doubt. Nate Wilkinson, and their success depended' upon whether or not Barnes laughed. the Indian boy Walter reached him first. So, too, did the fate of Betty Wilkinson. Pete said, "Why didn't you let Pete found it infuriating to be a tree, and Zad Barnes was like a "Oh. sure. They'll be around," Pete pushed back his chair He was finished, but he wondered if he would get out of that chair alive, or if he would feel Tobey's me know? I might have gone with knife in his back. He didn't intend to die without making u "Sorry," Barnes said, "but we'll fight, but he believed now that Barnes 1 sadistic nature would spare him io witness the revenge toyed with like a coon chained to Barnes meant to take on his old ncmy Nate Wilkinson. Then, af- viclous small boy prodding the ter Nate died. Pete probably would U was a liltlc sickening to Pole ;onn with a shnrp nole be klllf to know that he and Nate probably' It pleasured Baruet to tell P«i«| .('In B« Continued) Television— Ton if e, Tomorrow WMCT, Memphis. Channel 5 WEDNESDAY NIGHT, JUNE 24 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 0:45 Tonight in Sports 9:55 Weather 10:00 Big Town 10:30 Rocky King 11:( News 11:05 I've Got A Secret 11:35 Industry On Parade 11:50 News 12:00 Sisn Off THURSDAY, JUNE 25 7:00 Today 7:25 News 7:30 Today 7:55 News S.OO Ding Dong School 8:30 Arthur Godfrey 9:00 TV Shopper 9:30 Strike It Rich !G:00 Haiv Stylist 10:15 Love of Life 10:30 Search for Tomorrow 10:4 Christopher 11.00 Storyland 11:15 Guidini? Light 11:30 Garry Moore 12:00 Meditation 12:10 News 12:20 Farm News 12:30 Homemiikers Program 1:00 Break the Bank 1:30 Welcome Travelers 2:00 On Your Account 2.30 Ladies Choice 3.00 Han-kin- Falls 3:15 Gabby Hayes 3:30 Howdy Doody 4:00 Her] Olswimger 4:30 Wild Bill Hickok 5:00 Flicker Comics 5: 5 News 5:25 Weatherman 5:30 Dinah Shore 5:45 News Caravan 6:00 Groucho Marx 6:30 TV Theatre 7:00 Dragnet 7:30 Theatre 8:00 Martin Kane 8:30 Arthur Godfrey 9:00 My Little Margie 9:30 News Reporter 9:45 Tonight in Sports 9:55 Weather 10:00 Playhouse of Stars 10:30 ken Murray 11:00 News 11:05 Club Embassy 11-20 It's News For Me 11:50 News 12:00 Sign Off 7 ,-5.4 "Don't forget to let m« Know wh«r« your diughttrt tr« going for their vacations—I'm sura to have (II kinds of old . friendi they can look up!" . i FRECKLES AND HIS FRIINDS [ YOU SAIP NEVER. To DUST YOUR. «TEP AGAIN.' OKAY—THAT LEAVES YOURS TRULY FRSE ~K> PLAY THEr FIGLD/ ITS AIMOST I'M LATE! ILL MISS HER.' I'M LATE.' • MOM. DID we EVER wwt ANY WING-BATS INCUR. FAMILY w.. ... T, M. B. f . U. ». P.u Cm. MAWH/k HAS RENTED r \DROWNED IN THE TOL? J ACOTTA6E,ONLYTOf LEARN IT WAS THE SCENE OF A RECENT WVSTERIOySOEATK JV0* HOeRIBLE.TMEUWk? A WOMAN WAS FOUND -YK, THERE W*S MUCH TALK AT THE TIME, BUT THE CORONER RULED IT ACCIDENTAL DEATH... ALL THIS W.OE THE PLAC6 HARP TO KENT... ar-~'*WEU.,lVE TAKEN IT, SO I'LL LIVE WIT. IM NOT AFRAID OF SHOSTf. i SUPPOSE /OH,yes...IT WAS ASATHA THEy IDENTIFIED / ROSS.THAT'S HER PLACi THE...THE (ADJOINING YOURS. JOAN VICTIM? V AND ZIP BARLOW LIVE THERE NOW. PRISCILLA! •5HAME ON YOU! WHY CAN'T YOU BE GOOD FOR NOTHING LIKE DADDY? KILLS JOHNSON GRASS, BERMUDA GRASS, and many other graisej and weeds. Destroys weed root! . . . prevents regrowth. In convenient powder form; easy to mix for use <tis a spray. E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. DEAF? Now there Is no need to let Impaired heiuinf! handicap you In business or in social activities. The new "AUDIO- TONE" Hearing Aid maj help you rcnaln the joys of better hearing. Tills tiny Instrument has many advanced engineering Icfctures, such ut its printed circuits which ellminatw most servicing problem*, yet hM ft power! ul.bcautltutly de»r »nd nituril tone. "AUDIOTONE" I* ipproved by the American Medical Association. Come In for n FRES demonstration. Kirby Drug Stores ' THAT KEY WASN'T HERE LASTNI&HT. MUST HAVE BEEN CUSHEP THTOUUH " MAIL SLOT: PKQWai-V AN AS6ENT-WINPEC' WA1LWVN. OK MAY5E A CLEANINO W3MAN PROPPEP IT ON HER WAV OUT LA6T NIGHT. FUNNY I SHOUU7 HAVE" f fSAV...COUUJTHBKE f MET THAT SUY OUTSIPE W pE Ahfy CONNECTION / THI5 SUILPINS IA5T j BETWEEN HIW AN7 *x NIGHT 4HOKTLV SEFORS 1 THIS KEY? IT'S ^ HE \VM MUWERH7" } 05VIOU5LV A KEY TO . SORRY TO KE»K &S. HUBERT LEFT THIS BOX TO\OF HIS DEATH! . VOUR HU5BMOPi»RS.GALWWH8REi5 WC. SALWAY'S WIRE1E55 , SHACK. HE5 WO MtPEHT HAtA YOU KMOW.., JUSTAMO*ENr,MN?IEl I PICKED UP A POOR DEVIL IM TROUBLE, HN.F WAV AROUND THE GLOB&l A SKIP MESSAGE OU THE 20-WETEK BAUD! I MUST TRY TO 6£l n CLEWEK- ROBeRl THIS 15 CAPfAIW . EA&- PK4W.THIS IS EI5AB...PICKEDUP YOUR DISTRESS CAU BUT IT£ NOT CLEW?. C&N YOU HEAR WE? OVER ». MES USUALLY CHATTINS WITH FRIEHDS ALL OVER W-WHy, T ROBERT, WHAT 15 IT? 'wi I DONT RECCU.EC1 ANYBODY EVSR THIS HERE GREW ^N. #»W THETP SPIRIT OF TH' 6UBBLIN' Seen 'IM._ MUD...WHA1CHA. RECKON HE U3CK3 UKE? WELL, IF, LIKE >CU SKf. THERE 16 5UCH ^ CRnTER.IOUCAN OWS W6U- BET t U. BEE 'W:. GOOD EYES, EH? MISHTY RWE THING5 TO HAVE . OUT HERE ON THE PLAINS, VE2ZIRI AN' THAT AIN'T ALL, POP. I GOT ft NOSE THOT / WEU, M CNN SMBA. AN IN JUN/ THAT CfcSE. AS FAR AS YOU II RECKON W CAN SEE 'IM.' I CAN GET US A SCCONtSHTS SLEEP/ OUT TOTH' VARP TO, PLAY IN Mr «w PORTABLE WAP1N8 POOL./ /YA AIN'T DOIN'AO) PLAVIN' TILL VA WATER \ TWB FLCW/EfcS L1KB V PSTUNIA ORDERfP.' I HATE TO BE TOUGH ON TH' KIP BUT... . HMM.' I DON'T HEAR NO WATER RUNNIN' OUTSIPE; VW.RWO W VCT! OT VOU COOVO V.DOW VOUR

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