The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 18, 1952 · Page 9
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*0*PAY, AWUST 18, JOARDtNG HOUSI RE. LAFAYETTE WE FAIRLY FLEVJ WELCOME, gOVS.' HOW ^ FORTUNATE YOO CAME.' — 6ATTLE- ' TOMORROW, ' OMLYM BATTLE- HAD Sa AX ? 6TILL TRVIMS EASILY IT VOlLL APPeAfl F I X. 6 D // tlME OP ROBERT I. "• Me. a. i. PM. tnr. Hi7 b, KU s«,ki. M. - PLANTERS Expert Sproy Painting . . . Metal Roofs . . Get a Job That Will Last! Experienced! Reasonable! Call or Wrife For Free Estimates Phone 215W ROYAL WEAVER Sreele Mo. FUEL OIL G.O. POETZ OIL CO. "/ Sell That Stuff" Phone 2089 Off ice & Bulk Plant—Promised Land •r J. A. yfciCKLIS AND Htt FfcHH* r for h HI t -, '• bSCk {fam h '* »««•«<>" he'H b» furioui!" PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Guaranteed Best prices Kirby Drug Stores {Proof Next Week) I'ou can't run awar from tlie riam-ga lliat may follow an accident on your properly. But you can have liabilily insurance and breathe easily, knowing you are financially protected. An Ostrich Does Not Hiiry If's Head In The Snml! An African explorer stales Ihat the ostrich does somelimes tlmist Its hMd In the »nd, hn( not for the purpose of hiding, but uc- eaust It is seekins for water which it frequently Hurts beneath the saiul of the desert. 1. "Popular Fallaries," ".\uggels rtf Knowledge," Mr. C. I)u I'. Chiappini. CONCRETE CULVERT TILE Sizrs m\i to 36 lit. Metal Culverts Slits «p |, a., in . A. H. WEBB Arlimatlr Fl.nrf <ial c , Concrete i Mtlal Srpllc Tanks Sewrr Tile Best Prlees v\'e Deliier HlEhit»T 81 at State Line Piione 8414 For » little thing like yonr regular grease and oil change . . or Tor a major engine uverliaul, you'll find that T. I. Scay Motor Co. will Rive you service you'll like. If you don't lite tlie service you're getting now—clianje it! T.I.SEAY MOTOR CO. E. Main r> M |f» I Can't Cry Now §T Addle McElfruh f. IfH «« Im^ >_ ABRUPTLY, Johnny Jerome turned his back on her. He thrust a cup under Hie coffee lap and drew it full. "Drink up. Miss Elmo." he said, shoving the coftce at her. "I haven't any money with me Johnny." She couldn't toll him she ran away from her house because she was afraid. Johnny Jerome said through a thm sarcastic grin, "Imagine, teacher without no nickel." He pulled a platter of s;iced ham from the icebox and bcean laving Ihc slices into a huge skillet. Breakfast for the men from the factory, Kaly knew. Many of them, perhaps even Ted, would stop here. She looked at her walch: Mill nearly 10 minules. "Johnny" —she Mew icily at the steam— curling up (ro:n the coffee —"do you remember the night my — i brother and Mr. Murphy were -Nor Too quick, too hoarse—with fear? He's lying. Katy thought. "Were bolh you and Agnes working that night?" "No! No, I wasn't—but . . . What difference can it make Johnny Jerome turned a defensive fnce toward her. tiifterence does it make—they're d':ad. Abie's dead: Please, Miss Klmo. quit hounding me!" "I'm not hounding you, Johnny." Knly spoke quietly, only the lightening? of her hnnrts on the thick colTee mug hinting at the desperation thai sent her heart pounding. "You've got to help rnc, .Johnny." Of their own accord, K.ily's fingers fell away from the re,-i«tirine warmth of the mug of co:Tcc And curled into her palms us if to escape. "|' m af ra jd.' Johnny. Thry think I killed your sister, but I didn't. You do believe me, don't you, Johnriy?" "Sure. Miss Klmo. Sure, I believe you." But he didn't look at her. He now?" bitter "What spoke too quickly and he didn't look nt her. He doesn't believe me. As the hoy turned back to his skillet of ham, beginning lo sizzle and sput- ler and smell «ood, Kaly knew for sure that he didn't believe her. .Tphnny must think Chris killed Link Murphy and it followed by tw-iicd reasoning, Knty killed Agnes. She slipped off Ihe stool, conscious of Major coming to his feet beside her. It was no use. Johnny Jerome was like everybody else The factory whistle blew the c! of the shifi as she turned the corner. Katy ran but. in the resultant scrarnt-ie ol men leaving the plant and others going in for the day side, she missed Ted With a mental sigh, she slarlcd the car She couldn't go back to Marty's All those men would ,sl,-,re at her and whispcr-or maybe not even bother to lower their voices hou K ' C "' baCk '° Mrs - W'rt's « * • J)AVE ARGUS had eome and gone, Kmma \\'F.rd dutifully reported K-hen Katy returned to Ihc house. At Katy's question. Mrs. Ward added Inat "No Dave wasn't mad, exactly. More wound up, like—." "Like what?" Katy pressed when the woman hcslit.ited. Emma Ward looked embarrassed. "Like he \vas-ihc night your brother was killed, Kaly" • Was killed: Thank you, Kmnw oh thank you! "Did he say anything? Did he find anything?" "[Jave's not much for Inlkinc; about clycs unlil he knows what lie's l.ilking about. You know that Katy." Kaly nodded. "I know. But 1 thought perhaps—never mind" She frowned, mnrc at her own disappointment than at Kmm.Vs teproval. "I went to meet Ted at fhe factory, hut I missed him." "1 loM Dave I'd btl that's where you'd gone." Katy warmed under th« knowing glance. "How did you know?" "Easy. Ted's your beau and h« goes It, work at 7, when my Arthur K ets off.- Emma Ward smiled. r.asy as pie, Katy." "Ted got off at 7 this morning too, Katy s.iid. "He had to work the mglit trick, Mrs. Porler said Katy thought of how Mrs. Porter "I'll call again, Ted can't be 'ki bed yet." "Call Dave first,- Mrs Ward suggested. "He wanted you to tail as soon as you got back." , Katy went into the living room, to the telephone She gave the sheriffs office number to the operator—would sht never forget it, since yesterday morning?—and wailed for Dave Sheriffs office!" assuring, "Dave? You wnnled me?" "Hey! That's not a fair question ith 10 blocks of telephone wire between us, Kaly." Katy could just sec the gray eyes crinkling • V l !T' lhc lca " CT>6 » ' acc wrinkled with laughter. "Dave, please! Kmm« said you—" "Sis is wise in the ways ot the heart. Ask Arthur." Then, with sudden seriousness, "Katy, you were right, your telephone wire was snipped. Very neatly Very neatly, indeed, with my alert superior and Deputy Scott practically looking on." The muffled roar would be SherifT Lcdbcttcr. "Katy? Are you still with me?" Kaly wet her lips, suddenly M elry as her mouth and throat felt. "I—I wish I were," she said weakly. The wires had b«n oil with ShciilT r.edbellcr and Deputy Scott on guard. She asked, "Were Ihcy there alt night, Dave?" If two men guarded her last night — if they were guarding 3 nd not watching—"Dave"—even to her own ears her voice smmdcd fiat hopelc5s--"Davc, they didn't see "They didn't see anyone," Dave Argus told her. He added, "Deputy Donne]] is out at your place now. Katy. so it's s.ife for you to go home if you want to." (To Be Continued) Television- Tonite, Tomorrow WMCT, Memphis, Channel MONDAY NKiHT, AUOU.ST 1* 6:00 Masquerade Parly 6:30 Howard Barlow 7:00 Arthur Murray 1:30 Robert Montgomery 8:30 VVh osaid That 3:00 Slim Rhodes 9:25 News 9:30 Strike It Rich !0:00 Wrestling 10:45 Nesvs 11:00 Film Fcaturette 11:IS News 11:25 Sign Off TUESDAY, AUGUST 19 7:00 Today 7:25 News 7:30 Today 7:55 News 8:00 Arthur Oodfrer 8:15 Morning News !):00 Mrs. USA 0:.'IO Strike If Rich 10:00 Slorylnnd 10:15 Love of Life 10:30 Search for Tomorrow 10:15 Morning Meditation !I:00 Film Featurct.te 11:30 Garry Moore 11:45 Guiding Light 12:00 News 12:15 Farm News 12:30 Homemakt-rs Program 1:00 Big Pnyoff 1:30 Johnny Diipan 8:00 Manhattan Matinee 3:00 Hawkins Falli 3:15 Gabby Hayes 3:30 Howdy Doody 4:00 News 4:05 Berl OLwanger 4:30 Rootte Kiizootie 5:00 Industry On Parade 5:15 News 5:25 Weatherman 5:30 Liberace 5:45 News Caravan 6:00 Midwestern HnjTids 7:00 Boss Lady 7:30 Circle Theatre 8:00 Amateur Hour 8:45 Fashion Show 9:00 Summer Theatre 10:00 rvn Got A Secret 10:30 News 10:40 Fantomlne Qulj 11:10 City Hospital 11:40 News 11:15 Sign off Back-To-School (Jcmllly ni*ler!.ils— finp. workmanship— sallsf.-irlion tuaranlcrd. 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