The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 30, 1953 · Page 17
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JTUESDAY, JUNE SO, 1955 SLTnrevnxE (ARK.) COURIER PAGIIEVENTMJK OUR BOARDING HOUSE — with Major Hooph By J. R. William* FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS WHOAP/ -WERE ,Hy HAT—A«t> TWARM'T WllJD THAT /—• SOME we've ear TO eer RIP OF SOME Of THEM ANPRISK. THE HOWLS.' WHAT WOULD YOU SAY THIS IS, EEL. O'L OR BUWION BALM7 'WHEN WE DO 6ET 'EM OUT OF HERE, HDW'LL WE GET 'EM OUr OF US 7 TAKE THAT/ ESAD/ I'LL 66THS HERO OF WHEhJ THEV SEE BULL'S-EYE 6£M5OM,tl-16 !?USTLER.«TeSTCHgD OUT SIDE HIS HOESE. RefAeMeeR.-ioucAMe To w RESCUE LAST TIME WHEN J. FOUNP MYSELP rU_ HAVE "R? ABOUT W, Bfc*— — ^ BESIDES, i ALWAYS Let A BOY PAY FOR EVEP.YTMIN*- —• IT LOOKS NICER./ /.IA30R 15 HOLD 4 ., 0 IMS THE FOET = THE "FORGET-ME-NOTS 77 BAH AND FOR6OOTH! A LITTLE PUBLICITY WILL FIX THIN6S...ANP I HAVE ANIPEA! AT THE ATOM CITV THEHTEE... BUT WE CAN •Trap THEM FEOM OPEE/VTIN6 IT, I FIVE CAN F/ZOVE THE V-9Z VEAH, CHE/4, THAT CAPNIWL l£ S/HNS KOCK£T fODB^ IH /)« OBSOLETE V-93 "After I've been going with him »ix months h» finally aik« me out—his family « having a reunion picnic!" •SOMETH INS 1$ ROTTEN l« THE BOX OFFICE IF WE CAN'T NOT THE BOX OFFICE, IT'S TUB ACTIH&' IKNOWW HUSBAND WILL w 60HHA 6ST HOKT! ...III BE POWMTO SEEVOU RIGHT AWAY, IFI CAN PUCK SOME CHARACTER MV WIPE JUST DRAG6ED IN.' ..WQ1,VDU KNOW WHERE TO FIND ME NOW, ZIP, DARLING/ WONDERFUL. HEARING 1OJR VOICE A6AIN/'IF YOU ONLY KNEW HOW HARD I TRIED TO FIND REFRIGERATION and Electrical Appliance Repair AU Work Guaranteed TOMMY BOGUN Phone 3046 or 9734 Television— Tonife, Tomorrow ( I MIGHT AS WELL ^ \DO IT MYSELF!/ WHILE YOU'RE THERE, HAZEL, WILL YOU PIX ME A SALAMI SANDWICH? High Quality Low Prices WHEN HE SLEEPS REALLY WMCT, Memphis. Channel 5 TUESDAY NIGHT, JUNE 30 NATURAL GAS Mirror Theatre Break the Bank Fireside Theatre This Is Your Life Two For The Money Boston BInckie Mr. & Mrs. North News Reporter Tonierht in Sports Weather Famous Playhouse Jackie Gleason News Industry on Parade Sign Off 100 Ibs. 4.39 100 IbJ. 4.93 100 Ibs. 5.39 100 Ibs. 5.69 100 Ibs. 5.39 100 Ibs. 4.39 100 (bs. 3.69 100 Ibs. 4.49 100 Ibs. 5.39 100 Ibs. 5.19 100 Ibs. 5.39 100 Ibs. 5.49 100 Ibs. 5.99 100 Ibs. 6.39 100 Ibs. 4.79 100 Ibs. 4.39 100 Ibs. 5.99 100 Ibs. 8.99 100 Ibs. 3.69 100 Ibs. 4.19 Layer Mash Layer Pellets Egg Pellets Chick Starter Grower Musb Scratch Feed Sugarine 16% aDir? Wayne 16% Dairy 32% Dairy Feed ... Calf Starter Pellets Pig & Sow Meal. . . Pig & Sow Pellets. 35% Hog Balancer. 40% Hog Sup'lmnt Pork Maker Horse Feed Rabbit Pellets .... Dog Food WR Shorts .. Polished Chops Heating and appliances. Install them now. Start your payments this fall. Phone 4552 for estimate. t Television SERVICE E. C. ROBINSON Lumber Co. ANY MAKE PA Systems tor Sale or Runt WE IDENTIFIED THI* GUY STAPES THROUGH HIS RN- eKPKINTS. HE'S 29, WAS P1SHONOKABL.Y WSO-WW3EC7 FROM THE A1RC FORCE. SERVED TIME IN 1947 AND'50 KK. FERRYING WETBACKS OVER. THE 90KPEK NOTHING; WE FOUNP FLISHT TOGS IN HIS ROOM. »UT HI5 LICENSE WAS KEYOK5P IN'17. WB SENT. HIS PICTURE AKOUNP TO THE AIRLINES. THEY PHILCO FACTORY SERVICE HAP FLA4HV CLOTHES.IN HIS ROOM, KEPT IKKE6ULAK HOUFS, VW A PARAKEET PAIP-UP KENT, SPOKS THREE LANGUA&E5— / TO THE PERIOD/ MEANWHILE IN STAFB5'TOOM. WEDNESDAY, JULY 1 NN 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 FUEL OIL G. 0. POETZ OIL CO. "/ Se// That Staff Phone 2089 Office & Bulk Plant - Promised Land THE STOHTt Pete Horrlaoa. • itKon-trntn «cont. !• •rcklajc la , j-e«cne Betty lroi» Znd U»rne», - her (outer fnther, who kldnnpcd fathe Nnte Wllkln- ( her yenra i nun, her rrnl I Trie'* rrlrnd, Prtf and Prate art rldlnpr (ownrd where Betty- ha* been of c»w both takem. XV ETTY had been to Pangenee' several times with Zad Barnes B and had always stayed at the Hoot Anderson ranch. She Hkerj Mrs. Anderson, who had visited her once or twice at High Valley but there had always been a furtiveness about these visits anc Bet^y had never really enjoyed then. Fkr .test friends had always teen Walter and old Jess, and she was always glad when spring came so she couM go to High Valiey with them. Old Jess had always kept obnoxious people away from to except men, month in anc month out?" "Better than havln' just one man to talk to," Mrs. Anderson saic bitterly. \Jf7HEN the two men came in Betty saw Anderson give his wife a quick look that made Mrs. her, and had always stood as a Anderson purse her lips with dis- buffer between her and Zad. taste. Hoot Anderson was a quick- Pangeneet was not so bad. Cox, ordinarily a gabby fellow, could not talk without hurting his jaw, and for this she was thankful to Pete Morrison. Ever since Morrison had first shown up in High ' Valley she had found herself thinking about him a great deal There had been a genuine kindliness about him which was totally absent in most of the men she knew, and he was entirely different from all of them. She knew that in some way his visit had been terribly important to Zad and the others, and she him again, and fear that his corning would only get him into trouble as seemed strangers. to befall other rode up to the Anderson ranch outside of Pangenect. There had been delay in gelling started, no that they didn't arrive until long after dark. ^ The Andersons were atill up, and Nora Anderson, a tall skinny woman with a tired look on ner face, had given Betty a warm welcome while the men were putting the horses up. "You and Gabe come up to get married?" the woman asked. "I should tay not 1 ." Betty replied. "I'd sooner marry a homed "I set. W«ll, you must be hungry. You just set and rest while I git you something to eat." "I'll help," Betty said eagerly "I want to talk. Can you imagine what it is to have nobody to talk them to get hold ol you. You're not to leave the place, and if anybody comes here you're to say you're my niece, Nancy, from the East" Betty lay back upon the pillow in stony bitterness. There was something wrong when she- was to be denied even the simple pleasure of getting into a village of 300 people. Mrs. Anderson said plaintively, 'I don't like it no more than you do, but I'm helpless. 1 can get you anything you want to buy. but my husband Is under obligation to Zad Barnes, and we have to do what he says." "How long am I to be a—prisoner here?" "You're no prisoner, exactly, but 1 don't know how long it'll be," the i Woman sighed. "If you'll pretend ,o be my niece maybe 1 can take you with me to the store anyway. I'll try." The next afternoon Betty did accompany Mrs. Anderson into Pangeneet, and was introduced to he storekeeper as Nancy Price, )ut she got little pleasure out of ier few simple purchases. Now on her way, the trip to moving, nervous type of man with sly eyes and a ready tongue. There were few things, according to him that he had not done. An air of mystery hung over the place. To all appearances Hoot Anderson was like his neighbors, a poor, bard-working farmer; yet he ived apart from them, and even lis house was out of sight of the others, set deep in a hollow and sheltered by a grove of cottonwoods. Betty sensed that there was a difference somewhere between him and the others. When they were in bed Betty lived in mingled hope of seeing said, "It will be good to visit a real store again. My father never seems to have any of the things 1 want." Mr». Andenon was silent for a She felt relief when finally they minute, then «he laid, "Guess I'd mat as well t*l) you, Betty. You can't go to town. r "Why not?" *Your father's orders. Seems 7:00 7:25 7:30 7:55 8:00 8:30 0:00 9:30 10:00 10:15 10:30 10:45 11:00 11:15 11:30 12:00 12:10 !2:20 12:30 1:00 1:30 2:00 3:00 3:15 3:30 4:00 4:30 4:45 5:00 5:15 5:25 5:30 5:45 6:00 6:30 7:00 8:00 8:45 9:00 9:30 9:45 9:55 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:05 11:35 11:50 12:00 Today News Today News Ding Dong School Arthur Godfrey TV Shopper Strike It Rich Beth Marsh Love of Life Search for Tomorrow Betty Furness Storyland Guiding Light Garry Moore Meditation News Farm News Homemakcrs Program Big Payoff Welcome Travelers On Your Account Hawkins Falls Gabby Hayes Howdy Doody Berl Olswnnger Nature of Things Hartoons Flicker Comics News Weatherman Eddie Fisher News Caravan I Married Joan Music Hall TV Theatre Boxing News Weekly Death Valley Days News Reporter Tonight in Sports Weather 9 Big Town Rocky King News Racket Squad Industry on Parade News Sign Off HPHREE days later Mrs. Anderson discovered just before dinner j ime that she was out ol baking j soda. Betty said quickly. "Why : don't you let me go to the store j and get it?" ' "I guess you could," the woman | said, reluctantly. "You won't say t nothing, will you?" Betty was saddling her pony when Gabe Cox came up to her. 'Where do you think you're gong?" he demanded. "Just to the store to get salera- us for Mrs. Anderson." "Can't go. Zad's orders." "Don't try to tell me what I can't do, Gabe Cox," she said angrily. "They know me at the store as Nancy Price." "You're staying hoie," the fel- ow said. Betty stepped back and picked up a broken fork-handle. "If you want lhat jaw broken again, Gabe Cox, try to stop me," she defied. He stood back, glowering angrily, but she swung into the WELCOME T « • "WAY of LIFE" Closed Meetings (members only) Tues 8:30 pm Open Meetings (Public invited) Fri 8:30 pm A A CLUB ROOMS 111 EAST MAIN ST. Write for Free Booklet »nd other Information. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Box (71 Bljthevllle ike there's some men want to ask saddle and rode away you questions, and ht don't want! (To Be CuntiiiucU) KILL JOHNSON GRASS with Sodium Chlorate, 9(1% pure! Fine trcatcfl for dry application. $12.50 per 100 Ibs. A. H. WEBB Clll.VKRT THE CO. Hlway 81. Slate Line Ph MM /I'M VERY WORFtlEP ABOUT McKEE / *MD KEHLER, WASH! 8UTOOMT W.ARW CAROL VET,,, W& V RMP HfK PAP ALWE' ^~— ' HOLY SMOKE,, ! WOT CAM W& DO? GV1B We ALL TUB FACTS WU CWt ABOUT KEHLERis EX.P6DITION..THE IOCM10M OF HIS BASE, AND THE MAWE CT THE KMX> OPERATOR HE TRIED TO R6ACHI GEE, \r& 0WELL TO HEAKVOUR VOICE, EASV!,,,Ma MR.McKEE ISWT HERS. HE FLEW OUT TO SUMATRA LAST WEEK! HEN TRANSATLANTIC CALL 16 PUT THRU TO ttdCEE INDUSTRIES-. YOU NO WAWTUM LITTLE-SON-THAT SHIKIE3-WHEN- THE-RWN-GOeS- A.WA.V? AW, I HSSER HE NEEDS HIS HAIR MORE'N I DO...AMYHCW, WHAT I WfcNTS HOR6ESI NAW, T ONLY WANT AHOR96! YA ALLEY CAT \ PLEASE | BUM, YA AIN'T ] PO NOT I SOT TH' PRICE/ CONCERN I A SLASS f' YOURSELF I WATER i J WITH MY FINANCES, I SIRE; I BELIEVE I5HAUL STEP INTO TH' DINER FORA SLISHT REFWST; EXCELLENT TIWN3 ON MY PACT, OON'T YOU THINK,GUY'NOR! THIS is SCHNOOGLEVILLH! WE OJGHTA BE • HOME IN HALP AN HOUR I DON'T KNOW WHAT HAPPENED T TH' SILLY FELINE, BUT THIS IS OUR STATION AN' I'M SSTTIN'- VOli SlKtMSTO ,00t VOTrN V\ , r. OP, K i ttftt wt Rroovt cooi.0 Sft\O RWtfi ^0 TVRtfc

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