The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 29, 1953 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 29, 1953
Page 11
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MONDAY, JUNE !», 1958 OUR BOARDING HOUSE — with Major Kooplt BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEW! 66AD/I YIPA PO5ITIVS I HEARD 6HOT5 AND HOOF86AT5 gMOUSH.THERe COMES A 6TRAWSE.KIDER iHfME rJlGHT/ UW,.'ANSWERS 1H6 DESCRIPTION CELLAR 1 DOM'T HAMKERI& MISTOOK F6R A PUNCHED- vr MEAL TICKET/ PAGE OUT OUR WAY By J. R. William* DID YOU EVER TRY GBTTIM' A DEOPHED ORAWSE BACK IMTO TH' 6A& WITH YOUR FOOT? A SPUD IS DIFFRUNT ON ACCOUNT OF IT KXJ'T ROLL BUT-- WHAT ARS >PU DOIMO AWAY DOWN THERE? THI5 IS OUR CAR HERE/ riffSr5:~ WHY MOTHERS <SET GRAY f , FAKANFCfflPEyRENEIVSTHEAirOTAINT- O ANCE OFAN EX-ACTOR FRIEND ON A CARNIVAL LOT. TDUR.OFTHE Hlfflm/WDS WILL REVIVE THE FICKLE PUBLIC'S ME/VtORIES OF MY FORMER. SCREEN - * TKIU/HPHS! rrr^lx IMTEE.PLANETAKY TVWN6 IN YODK. PEPEKTOIRE! THI-J IS THE WEtfTY- IT'S ONLY AN OLD FflSSENSEB- 64EKW6 V-93... IT COULPNT EVEN MAKE THE SRiCE PLATFORM JUMP! 5PEAKIN6 OF iliTEKPLANET- ISN'T SHE THE6IPLFRO.H VEMUSIVIIOMAS HEKPICTUEEIN ALL THE PAPERS Z REFRIGERATION and Electrical Appliance Repair All Work Guarantee* TOMMY BOGUN Phone 3046 or 9734 NATURAL GAS Heating and appliances. Install them noff. Start your payments this fall. Phone 4553 for estimate. 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 105% The word INSURANCE stands for funds with which to rebuild your house; money to keep your business going; protection from financial disaster if in an automobile accident. Insure NO\V- AN'SWER It is an inland sea in North Canada. 1. Funk and V.'agnalls New Standard Dictionary. Television— Tomite, Tomorrow WMCT. Memphis. Channel 5 MONDAY NIGHT, JUNE 29 6:00 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:30 9:00 9:30 9:45 9:55 10:00 10:48 11:00 11:30 12:00 Paul Winchell Howard Barow Cisco Kid Robert Montgomery Who Said That? This Is Your Life News Reporter Tonight in Sports Weather Wrestling News Man Against Crime Suspense News T. M. ».,. u. i. P.I. on. C °P'- *»' h/ NtA 8Wct. hM. "Why must all th» leading men be 10 young, Clara? lean remember when they used to b« our age!" FRECKLES AND HIS FRIINOS STILL. EXCITED OVCK THE- filRLWHO WORKS Ar SPRYiS MILLINER," SHOP I NOW WWIN THE WORLD IS HE GOIM&~K> DO WttU THAT-? IN CASE YOU'D LIKE TO SEE LITTLE TONI... 12:05 Sign Off FUEL OIL G. 0. mil OIL CO. "/ Sell That Stuff" Phone 2089 Office & Bulk Plant - Promised Land THH STORYi Tele Vforrf^OH, a nK»n-irnin .coat, in Hrrking !• encui* BetlT rroBi Znd l)arnp«, er fouler father, wbo ha« aent be mnrrltd t« Gabe Cor. 01 Hcdy f» fhe Wllkinnon. Irt kldnnped jfatt *r». IVte M™ bnd held bim Pete rldow I •vhrrp be Irnn been (nk? buy herself some clothes at the store there, and visit a few days Pete bellevea Inu^ater or Sate n whtirfl nhe wna aa;o. !• I'Tfo RU~ rn from 7,fld. who nder rnnrd. Then «-nrd PnnKeneet, •d that Hetty hna be with Mri. Anderson, practically had been the chief victims of the the only white woman she knew, he had seemed to be motivated by been above stealing children from nnrne.' Indin mo a camp ml »ome »f XIV dare let herself think about—and she knew that Zad Barnes had knowledge of ether things, whether he profited from them or not. Once this territory had belonged to Mexico, and the leading industry had been traffic in slaves, told her he wanted her to go and The Indian children belonging to Frank C.Robertson kindness, and the girl had been thrilled. It was only when she was ready to start that she was tempted to rebel, when she learned that Gabe : was going with her. She had exchanged no words with the man 3ETE MORRISON'S pistol was: since ne had tried to for « his at- in hand, and as he saw an i n -' en 'i°ns upon her. and the stran- the bands over which Tobey now ruled, with the help of Zad Barnes, traffic. 5Tet these bands had not his - dian raise his rifle, he fired straight ? er Pete Morrlson na d broken h at the buck's head. He hadn't ex- ;aw - Gabe stin wa s n 't talking ve pected to hit the Indian and really ™W ch ' m eating very good, and didn't want to. Pete had only hls disposition was sour as old wanted to scoil the buck's aim. au V | But Pete saw a bloody smear on "1 want to go alone," she prp-|, the Indian's face as he dropped tested to Zad. "I don't like Gab' to the ground. Cox." Pete was abreast of the camp "Gabe is all right," Zad an . there was a bend in the creek "I'd rather not go at ail, 1 close at hand, and Pete was quick- said. ly out of danger. i t.u ~ a * auie,i:,i ui me camp oaoe is an ngm,- z,afl an s tr"ni»p npnnlp iv (ho N-,,,-.i^ T,,,« now and there was no choice butswered angrily. "There's . man chee and children 4ehS known to keep riding and shootine till at Pangeneet can fix his jaw up w ™'^IssinB his gun was empty. A number of better than 1 could, and you'd rifle slugs came close to him. but just as well go together. sh< been j didn't soon let Zad Barnes know which tepees." a bad break Even U they follow him. they would Pete was headed. And U he ever returned to Two Rivers, as ihe meant to do. he would have jsome deadly Indian enemies there. ' Pete had to press Felix harder than he wanted, but he could take no chance on pursuit, and ne had to be alert, lest he stumble onto another Indian camp. Bui presently he crossed a ridge and was heading down into country he trip. Knew. An nour before noon he emerged suddenly into • gray valley in which was a checkerboard ol green and brown that were the farms I of the settlement o; Pangeneet. • • * JJETTY would have gone wlll- I Ingly to Pangeneet had it not I beta lor b«r Mead < "Shut up, and do as you're told, 1 . , , The brush with the Indians had Zad roared. "You don't mind me and you'll find yourself living ou' on the desert in one of Tobey's That threat, Betty knew, was not exactly an idle one, although she had heard it many times without It having ever been carried out. She knew perhaps more about it than Zad thought she did lhankj to many long talks with the Indian boy Walter At any rate it discouraged her from voic- ng any more objection! about the knew, oJ course, that many ^ndianj practiced polygamy, and ihe knew that Tobey had several iquaws. Walter had warned her mce' that Tobey had been trying o buy her from Zad. and he urged ler to watch Tobey at all times lest he try to steal her each other and selling them to Mexican or Navajo slave traders. The traffic was supposed to have been suppressed long ago, but Walter, who had his own way of finding out things, had assured Betty that it was still secretly carried on. Once he had said, "They tried to buy me once, but Zad wouldn't let me go. He told me though that if I ever got out of hand he mighL" • • * JETTY hadn't believed it at the time, but later events had changed her mind. She had seen sorrowful mothers around the post soon after the departure of such TUESDAY, JUNE 30 6:30 Today 7:00 Today 7:25 News 7:M Today 7:55 News 8:00 Ding Done School 8:30 Arthur Godfrey 9:00 TV Shopper 9:30 Strike It Rich 10:00 What's Your Trouble? 10:15 Love of Life 10:30 Search for Tomorrow 10:45 Nature of Things 11:00 Storylnnd 11:15 Guiding Light 11:30 Garry Moore 12:00 Meditation 12:10 News 12:20 Farm Program 12:30 Homemakers Program 1:00 Break the Bank 1:30 Welcome Travelers 2:00 On Your Account 2:30 Ladies' Choice 3:00 Hawkins Falls 3: IS Gabby Hayes 3:30 Howriv Doody 4:00 Berl Olswanger 4:30 Superman 5:00 Flicker Comics 5:15 News 5:25 Weatherman 5:30 Dinah Shore 5:45 News Caravan 6:00 Mirror Theatre 6:30 Break the Bank 7:00 Fireside Theatre 7:30 This Is Your Life 8:00 Two For The Money 8:30 Boston Blackie 9:00 Mr. & Mrs. North 9:30 News Reporter 9:45 Tonight in Sports 8:55 Weather 10:00 Famous Playhouse 10:30 Jackie Gleason 11:30 News 11:35 Industry on Parade 11:50 Sign off LESTER'S PITCHING TOR us TODAY HEY! IS YOUR ' SISTER MIXED UP WITH •< GAMBLERS OR, . ET IT, FLINT THANK* FORTAKIN6THB \THE PEPN>T- HEAT OFF Me.QKQWI-. WWE ) MENT'S ON />. I CAN WVE YOU A LIFT. I'M ^~v. TI6HT NOT EXACTLY INEXPERIENCE?--) BUR56T ON THE CUFF--FOK OLPV* IF YOU I TIME$'*AKE. STAFESJ/THINKI'M MUKPER6K HAS PUT \ COINS TO BOTH OF U6 ON THEV LET A PUPE SPOT. THAT'S A (XJOin PETECTIVE- KEASON FOR US TO ' WORK.TOeETHEK.' <fr. 1tM by MCA S<r*lcl. In*. ' OKAY, VIC,WNKS.'I I'LL SEE THE P. A. ANP TELL HIM WHERE toil STAMP; VES...THE RENTiON T .THW ^ -_ O'FISHIMG GEMi "" ~ PA.RT Of KEHUER'S OUL T(3\TO BE LEFT WITH HIS BfkSE IS WORDEO 50 KS \ NOM,,AND THE WOT TO MW<E 5EM5E If OTHER ) REFERENCE TO , k LISTENERS PICKEPIT UP'. jL JPW—BLMES'I T^SS—„„ "•^^°^^.. f: t^l bj HCA 8«rr1e,. Inc. T. M. B«. IJ. R. P. L nn MM?IB WILL 6HOW Wu THE'OFFICE IU \THEPHON& I CM>TWNEM»'. THE 5TW6S W OL COUTWT JeW, M»lN» OWCE, GALWW !/«EB WHAT MTrlORITIE* IU SUVWR* 5WP WHEW mfasing. She had never conceived ol .danger to herself until she had aroused Zad's anger by her refusal to marry Gabe Cox. There had been other things to make her wonder, laving to do with the emigrant :rains which stopped at Two Rivers and complained of having been harassed and robbed by In- 31ans. Zad had always sympa- hized with them, and then held :hem up unmercifully tor the stock and supplies they had to buy. She had never known anything definite about Zad's business, or lis tie-up, if any, with Tobey In he main Zad had been kind to her, nnd she hadn't greatly missed a civilization she couldn't remember. That was until recently. Teaching herscll to read, with the imited assistance of old Jess Wiliams, had somehow aroused « eeling of dissatisfaction for the ife she knew. She missed the os- ociation of women other than lat 'Id Uzzie, and the preening, She knew worse things about Rivers, wttefc ah* , sneaking Snlly who lived at Two _f- •- "-- "— m Dirty Moccasins The name for Blackfoot, Idaho, originated when the Indians' moccasins became black from walking through ashes of a range fire. These Indians were seen by members of a Hudson's Bay company party, who relerred to them as Blackfoot Indians. Paris and Supplies for . AH Cars, Trucks and Tractors WHOLESALE DEAF? Xow there ^ n o nee( j to let impaired hearing handicap you in business or in social activities. The new "AUDIO- TONE" Hearing AW mi; help you regain the Joys of better hearing, "nils tiny Instrument him many advanced cnclnfcrtng (entuns, rath u Its printed circuit which eliminate! mofit servicing problemt, yet haj a powerful, bcnutlfullyclcarandnatural tone. "AUnroTONE" U approved by 'he American Medical Association. Come In /or ,1 FHEf; demonstration. Kirby Drug Stores ANGERED Bf THE THEFT OF HIS FBKTY'S HORSEe.OOP, CONFIDENT HE CAN OUT-SfcVASE ANV REDSKIN,TRACKED THE RAIDERS TO A SMALL Gfa/E NEAR THEIR VILLA6E WHERE HE PLANS TO LAUNCH A. COUNTER-ATTACK. _H T'^f^^^l «.» L ^^?-!< I DID, ME...UTTLE- EH? "NSUN-THAT-SHINEB^ MO SAID) WHEN-THE-RWN THAI I GOES-A)f*y.' I PIDN'T <5O TO THE DOOR AND I'M SiAOl THAT WABBIT Pi*TI* FINALLY LEAVINS. 1 HE'S OUT OF SIGHT,,, I SUE 55 IT'S. SAPE TO COME OUTJ IT'S NECESSARY \ TO BE FIKM WITH THAT WASCAI , 1 SOT A spec/At. ON SHRUNK, NEVER- BLANKETS T'DAY.

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