The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 17, 1953 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 17, 1953
Page 11
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FRIDAY, TOLT IT, W9R [OUTBOARDING HOUSE — with Major HoopU BLYTHETHLH (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE ELEVEN „ WHAT ME DlS .. OP &&> SCIENCE MAJOK HANiMALlb AT ALL — AIAKS ,, J , 16 THIS KUG OUT OF ESAD,LAU5HIM(5 SOY.' I'^& MADS A (MAT MATCH FOR. 'YOU AT THE ROUNDUP F6TS . IN COYOTE SULCH.' VOJ'LL MEET AN OVERGROWN COWHAMD SlSOM M<= FLATTERS AMD THEM TAKe ON ALL COMERS' OUT OUR WAY By J. R. William* TH' FIVE OF THEM WENT IN CAHOOTS OM THAT DEIVE-TO-VMORK CAR, AMD EVERY DIRecTOK' MEETIN'THERE'S A BLOW-UP.' YOU KEEP TH'BOOKS I'M THRU WITH THIS DEAL.' I'M WALKIW HOMS; LISTEN. OSCAR, I DIDN'T MEAM ANYTHING I JUST~- £ 2 o Z 5 _i ui i/t 5 x u WE HAVE ^ WELKIN AND A/IMIZA DEAR... (JOW COME* THE piece WE 4HAL\- RXKET Hiiro w«E TO&ETHER... CLOSED FOR THE NI6HT TO THE PUSLIC, FABE...JD5T AH! IN A STARLIT "^ '•SPACE SHE'LL BE UNABLE TO RESIST lead Courier News Classified Ads. 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"/ Sell That Stuff" Phone 2089 Office & Bulk Plant- Promised Land Massacre Mbtintaks by Frank C.Robertson COfY.".teHT mi IT Hit tttVICt. tltC. XXVIII [made every decent instinct in Cass THEN Cass Dean received Pete's revolt. note, smuggled to her by Jess Williams, she was shocked more by the first sentence than by the last. It had seemed to her that he was taking this way to make it clear that things were over be- ;tv»cen them. What Pete had said l *.. f nd ,^ ter , iabout Betty scarcely made an im- In the morning she had not made up her mind about what to do with her own life, but she had decided upon her plan of action. She had met Zad at breakfast greeted him somewhat coquettish- It was not easy to worm anything out of him, but Cass Knew the tricks. She would not marry him, she let him know, until all his affairs were cleared up and they got to the nearest big city. She saw that secretly the idea appealed to him. It was his way of covering his tracks and becoming respectable citizen with plenty of money and a beautiful wife. something I want to see." Pete's note. ^ ey were sea the way ' thought you she A FTER a long time she learned that Betty was being held as a sort of hostage somewhere until ~h Sn , e JTobey performed some chore for . * ? Zad. Knowing that Cass had come might She handed ham pression. Now he was throwing her to Zad Barnes. If that's what he wants, she decided, she would marry Zad. Zad had a queer fascination for her. In her heart she admired men iwho took what they wanted. She you get this?" he thundered. hated povp-ty, and she knew Zad "It's a funny thing. When .was rich. Already he had hinted washed out some clothes yester- ithat it she would have him'they day I hung them out in the trees, would clear out and go where they could live in luxury the rest of their lives. For a few minutes she paced her room wilh a tigerish stride, and to know that a spy could have FROWN deepened on Zad's face as he read. "Where did and when I brought them in this was pinned to one of my gac- lents." Zad grunted. He was not pleased ; then she read the note again. This Kotten right into his stronghold, .time she caught Pete's meaning but he had no reason to question land her anger subsided, but her j opinion was not changed. She was still sure that Pete no longer cared for her, but had fallen for I this girl, Betty. But she sensed that he had deliberately given her a way to establish herself with Zad Barnes without for a moment believing, that' she could be in- her word. "Is what he wrote true?" he asked abruptly. "Do you hate Morrison?" "So you're too modest to ask If I was infatuated with you, but why should I lie about it? I admire men who make their own way. ng Tom a slave state, and expecting ler to have no scruples against the institution, he hinted that this was the fate destined for Betty, )ut that it would mean double- crossing Tobey—a dangerous busi- ess. Finally Cass got the rest out of lim. Tobcy and his Indians were going to loot Nate Wilkinson's wagon train, and as soori as that was accomplished and Nate and Pete dealt with, Zad meant to make a fast getaway with Cass and his white outlaws. She had now corne to know clearly the kind of man she was associating with. If she threw in with him she would have to renounce every moral principle of her life. And all he had to offer was financial security—and revenge upon the man she thought iiad disdained her charms. Cass threw herself eagerly into Ilikc Yankee law. Frankly. I ad- the mired you before I ever met you. with a It's why I carne here." She met fatuated with him. Deliberately she tore oft postscript and burned it .... match. She knew that Pete wanted his bold gaze across the table with- her to come out to High Valley and out flinching. find out from old man Williams "You're the woman for me. where he was. That meant that Pete was somewhere near, and in great personal danger. The thing was, she realized, you. Pete Morrison thre* me over: that's why I don't care what hap- Anfl she had the means right in ! WM fttUni t horribl* deal which to. but 1 that she still loved Pete enough pens to him or this girl he told me that if she couldn't have him she he was crazy about." could be tempted to destroy him. Zad grinned broadly. worry. .If that's the way you feel And I'm a Southerner, and 1 dcm't the plan to destroy the wagon train, and came up with some practical suggestions about turning the'assets into cash. She informed Zad, too, that Nate Wilkinson was a wealthy man, and was supposed to be carrying a Cass said, "Don't ever make me great deal of money for himself jealous, Zad, for I'll likely. kill and others in one of his wagons. In that she was drawing purely on her imagination. Cass tried, without being too obvious about it, to learn where Bct- "Don't ty was being held. She wanted to sea the girl and, if possible, help "One of thi nicest things about roughing H at Lake Ripple lodge is that they insist you dress formal for dinner!" FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS '-•THEM I LOMELY DORIM& THE WEEK 1OU CAN ALWAYS TAKE ME- TD LUNCH. PLENTY OP BWS HWF BfEN TRYING TO frTE ME, BUT W ELECTED 100 / YOU KNOW, FRECKLES, I'M RBALLY FALLING FOR YOU— WE'LL GO OANCIM& EVERY SATURDAY MICHT---SWIMMW6- ANP PINNER-EVERY SUNOAY/ So I'M ELECTED .' WHERE? AM I. 6OIN& ]O FIND A GOLD MINE 1b FINANCE' ALL THIS n a c o £ o o X h. Television— Tonite, Tomorrow WMCT, Memphis, Channel 5 FRIDAY NIGHT, JULY 17 6:00 The Goldbergs 6:30 Playhouse 7'.00 Doorway to Danger 7:30 Talent Patrol 8:00 Cavalcade of Sports ' 8:30 Greatest Fights of Century | 8:45 Big Playback 9:00 The Doctor 9:30 News Reporter 9:45 Tonight in Sports 9:55 Weather 10:00 Names the Sam« 10:30 City Hospital 11:00 News 11:05 Masquerade Party 11:35 Film Featurette 12:05 News 12:10 Slirn OH SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1953 9:15 News and Meditation 9:30 Film Featurette 10:00 Big Top 11:00 Pride of Southland 11:30 Nature of Things 11:45 Pre-Onme Warm-Up 11:55 Philadelphia at Cleveland 2:30, Cowboy G'-Men 3:00 Super Circus 4:CO American Inventory 4:30 Aldrich Family 5:00 Date With Judy 5:30 Strike t Rich 6:00 My Hero 6:30 Amateur Hour 7:CO Saturday Night Revue 8:00 Range Rider 8:30 Lone Ranger 9:00 Juniper Junction 9:30, To Be Announced 10:00 News 10:10 Weather 10:15 Sports Reel 10-30 Wrestling 11:30 Talent Scout 12:00 News 12:05 Sign Off PLWIN6 MR. AGONY SEEkK TO BE ONE OF WUR MANY TALENTS. MARTHA/. IT WAS NICE QF YOU TO LISTEN TO MY TROUBLES. I UNDERSTAND THIS LITTLE BOVHASAWIHEWAITlNe FOR HIM... HAVE V3U fORSOTTEN ABOUT JOAN, ZIP?.' NF£D A PLUMBER? THEN CALL ORSBURN SUPPLY CO. 1916 W. Main Phone 3208 RADIATOR WORK • Boiled Out • Repaired • Flo Tested • Re-cored ALL WORK Guaranteed G rovers Body & Radiator Shop Cl. Lake Ate Ptio. 6981 KILL JOHNSON GRASS with Sodium Chlorate, M7<, pnre! Fine treated for drj application. $12.54 per 1M It* A. H. WEBB CIIl-VKRT TII,F CO lllw>T II. Stale t.lnt Ph MH OF THE FUY...AND MOW POP'S BEEN EVERY TIME I DOZE OFF, THAT FLY WAKES ME UP! FOR HOURS /MEANWHILE, CANAPIAN HI^S-OUT... $HE (TIP MENTION A NNAEP KEENY THOUGH.' ME55E POTS PA ; THAT TIES IN SAME COOKIE "VWITH THE BOGUS VKT'6 3EEN IN PAN BILLS 5TAFSS BOX TWICE FOR HAP. LOUIE, COUNTEWBTIN'i/I'VE GOT TO FINE? REENV.' YES, 9UTSHE SAVE ME THE BUM'S RUSH P'JA £5E MSR, \ THE MINUTE I BOSS? PiRJA Jr MENTIONED SEE BELLE? I( NICK. STAPES. PLEASE. POHTJHOQTl IF POLICE FWD fflE BODY Of MJOTER KkN CONNECTEP WITH KEHLK'S FIRW THEY MM W.KE IT TOO HOT FOR U5 HERE, KWZL, FISH HIM OUT 1 . TIE HIM UP. U& TAKE HIM DOWW THE- RWEK A.ND DISPOSE OF HIM 50 HE DILL NOT BE FOUND'. iy VE TAKE THIS BOW I CANT SET CVER FEEUN'/ B05H! IF HE'S UP TO /HE WAS, WE'D NO GOOD) I A-KNOW6DIT B/ NOW! uoocrr WHAT'S UP AHEAD) O^ TOMM/ HAVVK WAS SURE RIGHT WHEN HE SAID THI3 RIVER FELL DOWN FROM THE IVV1SH I COULD FORGET THATREO- SWNNED RVINT... SEVERAL DAYS HAVE PASSED SINCE OOP AND FOP LEFT THE MISSOURI RIVER AT FORT UNION TO FOLLOW THE YEUjOWETONE IN SEARCH OF THE FABULOUS SPIRIT OF THE BUBBLING MUD TH' STUCP I GOTTA GO THROUGH T'SSLLA TWO-BIT BOWL. •< O' SOUP IS FANTASTRK. BLOWINS SOUP IS UNCOUTH AND WELL, WHY DON'" YA BLOW

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