FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 195S BLTTHEVILLl (ARK.)' COURIER NEWI PAGE ELETBW FR1CKLIS AND ? # -X_,~ IMSELP TD STKAMM IRL? — F ISPOKT To HER FIRST SMC'O TWNK: t WAS A wo — f. M. KM. V. f. frt. < C»ff. IMi >; NlAlVn "The way t figure it, 'ipphiiticated' must mean you < 'carry frogs in your pocket or ttick gum behind your < S I ^ES^MSEP^ (SPOIL. IT? WHY THE LAST TIME WE PLAYED WE WON ALL .THE CHIPS! NOTHING DOINGv HAZEL! YOU WOMEN ALWAYS 3POIL IT! NEXT TIME YOU MEN PLAY POKER, YOU SHOULD TAKE YOUR WIVES ALON&! OUR BOARDING HOUSE — with Ma|or Hooplt WATCHIM'iHe MA30R BUST /MJOLMD WITH THEM KIP BAZOOKAS/— ARE 6HOOTIN' HE'S COMF6TTI — H£ MI6HT COT POT HIS HARDWARE gACK IN COi-O STORAeE VH1HOUT SOOC —WHY TXWYOU TteACH VOUR SUAtllATORS HOVO TO y POP INlTO 60PHEE LOOSE AMD DRILL 50MSBODV FOR A PUNCH?' ' .BOARD.'/ OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams LOOK WHAT X HITLER. HAD TO SO TO BECOME. TH' NOTORIOUS FAPERHAWSER.' TH' POOR REESE Boys couLPN'T EVEN KWIT--SO FOR- ( SOTTEM l BOILERMAKERS.' 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But I'll have the laugh on him and Mr. Wilkinson when they do get here and find me ahead of them." XII 'THERE was too much activity in the courtyard to venture a break now, but Pete Morrison could assure himself whether the next door room was occupied. With considerable difficulty, he managed to crawl through the hole he hat made in the wall. Cautiously he crept over to the bed, knife in hand, and listened There was no sound. He felt the bed. It was empty. He explored room. He waited until the sliver "You sure will," Barnes agreed The cloor closed, and Pete heard 3arnes clomping back to his quarters. He couldn't hear Sally in her mocassins, but he could hear Cass lumming a little tune in the nex further and found a blanket over | the window, so he dared strike a jmatch and look .around. The room was almost an exact duplicate of his own, but when he tried the door he found that it was locked, That -made it tough. He couldn't break down the door without attracting attention. It looked as though he would have to crash the window, but that would leave him no time to help Cass escape. Presently he crawled back into I his own room, turning to make 'sure the hole was covered by the (blanket on the other side. He lis- 'tened.-Soon he heard voices again —Cass's and Zad's. ! "Thanks foi the snack, Mr. Barnes. I was hungry," he heard Cass say. "Now I'm dead tired. I hope 1 have a good bed. 1 "You won't complain," Zad said. "Hurry up and open that door, Sally, and make a light.' They were directly in front of Pete's door, and he heard someone fumbling al the door of the room h' "''I 'i 'T.r\lcfl out ol Then Pete saw a iUvel ol light Ulrough moment later he heard Cass again. "Why, this is wonderful, Mr. Barnes, So picturesque and colorful. I'm sure I'll sleep like the dead." You may not be joking, sister. Pete thought. up before the Indian girl back to bed," Zad said. goes outlaw. His name is Al Taskcr." "And a cutthroat. Get up. You must get dressed." "With you in my room? You shock me, Peter." It angered him that she could make fun of him while their situation was so acute, but she had 'It you need anything just speak always been that way—stubborn and contrary. He held his temper "I'm going to slip out and try "I won't need a thing," Cass to get some horses. Then I'll be back. If we get enough start we can reach Pangeneet before they can overtake us." • * • CHE said, "This is a warm, comfortable bed and I've no intention of leaving it. I'm very tired." "Good heavens, girl, can't I make you realize—" "No. I've lived with danger for five years, and I've never yet met a man I couldn't handle., I can of light disappeared, and heard wrap Zad Barnes around my little ,hc creaking of springs as Cass got into bed. Then, as silently as t was humanly possible to move \e crawled through the hole anc stood up. He heard Cass murmur, "Goodness, 1 hope there aren't mice in ere."' He said, "Not mice, Cass. Just me—Pete Morrison." • • • CTE heard a sharp, gasping Intake of breath, but Cass wasn't the ype to scream. She whispered, •Pete?" "Yes." "What're you doing in my room? Mr.. Barnes said—" "Never mind that," he huskily," "and Keep your voice down. Our lives are in danger." 'I don't understand." 'I told you not to come here. Thl« man Barnes is a cold-blooded cnegade, • killer. We've got to jet away, someflow. r finger." "1 can't—and neither can you. !t won't be just death, it'll mean .orture." In his anxiety he shook her by the shoulder. "Don't manhandle me," she snapped. "I'm not going with you." "How can I ride off and leave you alone in the clutches of this renegade? But if I don't you'll lave the pleasure, probably, oi seeing me roasted, or spread out on an ant-hill." "I'm not keeping you," she said. 'I won't even give the alarm. :,ook, Pete, maybe I'm hall put- aw myself. I threw myself at your toad, and you wouldn't have me. Maybe this outlaw Barnes is the said man for me. Who knows?" "I think you're absolutely In- iane, Cass. I should clout you on he jaw and carry you ofl on my ihoulder." "Why don't you? I could love rou for that," she said sweetly. But you'd better make sure you 'How did von got in here?" knock me cold, for I'll certain!} "I rlrv ihrnu'^h 'he w;ill " scream." She Mid, "I»o't this dramatic! li (To B« CouUuucd/ Television— Ton if e, Tomorrow WMCT, Memphis. Channel 5 FRIDAY NIGHT, JUNE 28 fi:00 Dennis Day 6:30 Life of Riley 7:00 Big Story 7:30 Hopalong Cassidy 8:00 Cavalcade of Sports 8:45 Greatest Fights of Century , 9:00 The Doctor 9:30 News Reporter 9:45 Tonight in Sports 9:55 Weather 10:00 Names the Same 10:30 Oily Hospital 11:00 News 11:05 Masquerade Party 11:35 Big Picture !2:05 News 12:10 Sign Off SATURDAY, JUNE 27 9:15 News & Meditation 9:30 Mr. Wizard 10:00 Big Top 11:00 Pride of the Southland 11:20 Film Peaturette 11:45 Pre-Game Warm-Up 11:55 St. Louis at Philadelphia 2:30 Cowboy. 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