The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 10, 1952 · Page 5
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FRTCAT, OCTOBER 10, 198S BLITHE V1LLE (ARK.) COURIER HEWS OUK WARDING HOUSI — wit* M.jor H««yl« COULDN'T YOU SET HIM TO WORK FOR 1KB OR ADLAI HE'D ffOU. SACK fH& PROGRESS 86TT6R VJITH DBAVJ THE RAC6/ JAKE ENLISTED IM MY „ ^ . ',r MO, AND si^ce THEN! 0 AMD T HE HASWT CHECKeof HA^erAT IMI l'*\ vOORRleo Jl f?LW M6MAYB& .^lA'rS — HAMSVOU - ••" OFMV AC SSf 1i" \ AMD Ties Hi** ? J ) LATELY, v v»-ocCV^ ,^L EITHER / PROMISES A SAILOR LEAVING )T! PORT/ PARTY [00 YEARS/ An Old Kentucky Tradition KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON $*86 90 PROOF Itf Qt (Plus Sile« ; Tax) OUT OUR WAY •y J, It WMf«M PRKKLIS AMD HIS FRIIHOS rr MU*T _ „ CHEAP «££>« Of BSLT LAC- THEV'RB US4W NOW/ THS.V THEM BOA. CONSTRICTOR*/ s OLt> T»Wfjy RUfcVSW OHLV WLK. SKMOHO \ tXJf/T jwe WHEN Youfee , Jrr; 1 ;', 1 wWING A sKiMow/ / SAY / WHENWER ITS OfF, /HMMM/ -<ou TALK THE LANGUAGE OF THtT LOCAL MOTIVES / BOKH THIRTY YEAK6, TOO SOOJ Benefit by Reading and Using Courier N«wi Classified Adi All that's keeping them together is paying for that ear— I got it on good authority at th« beauty shop!" WELKIN _ ._ _ ..s: /UMIZA...CCUIE IN, ^— PLEASE MANIPULATED ONE... . NO TRICK'S/IP WANT TO HEIS EYE^ PAUL ON TWO IMPORTANT CONTROLS. LIQUID FDKM4INTD(«», Announcements 5WPATOHE O'CLOCK.... The Com-Ier News is authorized to announce the following: candidates for the genenil election, No\ ember 4. For Alderman Second Ward J. L. "Jodie" Nabors Television- GLENMORE DISTILLERIES COMPANY • LOUISVILLE, KY. KELLEY'S Your Friendly Shoe Store FOR S>1L£ Beautiful brick home on Highway Gl North In Country Club Orire Additum. This borne has 3 eJEtra large bedrooms, Urge closets in each; large living room with fireplace, dining room. New Geneva kitchen, one and one-hair haUij, ntilltj room, large screened in front porch. Servant's honse with gas heat, garage »nd outdoor storage. This home hai new roof and in top condition. Can't be duplicated for twice the selling price. Extra larse lot, choice neighborhood. Priced for quick sale. SEE OR CALL JOHNNY MARR Phon* 2596 Takt wonderful Indoor pictures with a flash camera from Barney's Drue. Low ralrt. All kindl of camera supplies are available here. Barney's Drug CAMERA HEADQUARTERS 206« W Main Phone 3647 ECOND MAN on the Ticket vi a • SAT dowTj and said, "I wonder if you have a copy of a paper that carries Clyde McDonald's column.™ "Got H right here," he said, and passed me a newspaper folded to the column. I read it through quickly. It reprinted my para- fraph from the booh and made malicious sport of our efforts to play down the adventures oC Willis G. (The Great Hippologist) Warburlon at the race tracks. j"Oh, don't let that Great Hip- pologist stuff worry you." John Mills waved a hand. "People are inore broad-minded than they used to be, and for that matter, ftf never made any bones about horse racing hereabouts. When we were boys racing quarter horses was a great sport" -Mr. Mills," I said. "Ill tell you wfcy I'm here- Clyde McDonald is •n th« track of some sort of information discreditable to the Governor and he expects to find it here in Hydetown " "Discreditable?" said John Mills. "All I know about it Is that Melvin Fisher sent McDonald a telegram telling him that If he came to the reception for the Governor in Hydctovrn he'd have imething juicy for his column. 1 He frowned. "That I don't like. Mel Fisher is a pretty'cagey customer. He doesn't go off halfcocked." He shook his head. "And you haven't any Idea?" "No idea at all." He leaned back in his chair and gazed out at th« sieau'y stream of traffic. Thoughtfully, he said, "I don't suppose it i could have anything to do with IHalfie Perkins." "Holtie Perkins?" 1 said weakly I-A tail* fiJiiii. PtmH»>W tr HCA !•**•. fv. He grinned at me. T guess she was i girl once, but it was before time. No, Mr. Mason, Harriet 'erkins taught school out of town a ways." "Yes," I said. "Mow I remem- the name." "You ougM to," b« said. "You »sd her in that book." 'But what could Mist Perkins lave to do with it?" I'm wondering," he said. "I'm wondering about that myself. Miss Hattie told somebody she wasn't coming to the reception Wednesday. It's all over town that Miss iattie won't bo there." I sat up straighter. "Why not?" He grinned. "I reckon you can ake the blame for that, young fellow. It's that book. She don't ike it" were prickles along my •"• spine, and I swallowed hard; :t seemed that everything cam* back to my book. 'But I barely mentioned her," I said. "Do you hav« a copy of that book?" 'I sure have." He produced it from th« top drawer of his desk and passed H to me. "Page 76,' he said. "I looked it up myself when I heard how Miss Hattie felt about it" I read the paragraph as if I had never seen it before. Governor Warburlon's scticol- <Jaya v.'cre typical of Ihc rugecd. hard-working community In which be lived, yet among the fondest recollections of his boyhood Is Miss Harriet Perkins, from whom h« received his early education. To this day he recalls her arrectlonltely aa "Hatchet Haute," and his memories of her and the little red school house warm his thought* of boyhood. Governor Warburton walked two miles to school every day, afier doing hla chores, yit his marks were the highest In his class In spile 01 the many afternoons that "£fatch- «t Ifsltle." a strict disciplinarian kttDl him after school for minor Juvcnlla mlsdemcanoro. He recollects today that Miss Perkins h»d predicted a great future for him, but thinks thai even she would be astonished to find him a candidate; for Vies President of lh- Tinned Slates. Wanted! CANS Large Metal Compress BLYTHEVLLLE Iron & Metal Co. Jloultrie & R.R. Sts. Blytheville, Ark. Phone 8962 "We all called her Hatchet Hat U*," M uid. "I doc't know thai I e ever objected to it, but maybe c don't like seeing H in print nd besides, reading that para- •aph you'd get the idea Miss Hattie had moved on to greener astures. It might be that, too." I sighed unhappily. "The troth 5. Mr. Mills, it never occurred to e that she might still be alive." "I think we ought to go out and «« her," he said. • • • JIS car was parked at the curb, and after he had hung & Back soon sign on his door, we drove ut to IVfiss Harriet Perkins' home, half mile from the center of own. On the w»y he said, "I'm "linking you're right. We're off track. I couldn'i have •• y- hing to do with Miss Hatlie." Miss Perkins lived in the sort >t white collage with green blinds nd rambler roses that I might veil have described in the book, hackneyed was my literary , and so trite was the cottage. There was even a girl among the oscs, under a trellis, a girl with oncy-colorcd hair and deep Wue =-ycs and a trace of freckles. "Ginny," he said, "let me make you acquainted with Mr. Mason. inny is Miss Hattie's grandniece, •Tr. Mason. Miss Virginia Per- rlins." 1 said, "How do you do? M and thought that for the first tim« n years I was looking at sorne- .hing original, a product without make-up or artifice, a raw ma- lerial that required no processing. "My friend wants to talk to Miss Hattie," John said. • She looked at me. "Then jrou'd betlcr take it oft," she said. Her vgice was low arid very clear, with no sorghum in the Southern ac- cenL "Take what off?" I asked. "The button," she said. "The campaign button. She'd throw a fit if she saw that Warburton button." Better lake it off, Mr Mason," John Mills said. "Maron?" the girl said. "Yes, I wrote the book," f interrupted. "Oh, well," Ginnj Perkins said, and spread her hands. "Then I'm afraid Aunt Hattie won't want to :ee YOU " Tonite, Tomorrow H'MCT. Memphis, Channel 4 FRIDAY NIGHT, OCTOBER 10 6:00 Evening Serenade 6:15 News 6:30 Those Two 6:45 News Caravan 7:00 Dennis Day 1:30 Playhouse 8:00 Big Story 8:30 Aldrich Family 9:00 Cavalcade of Sports 9:45 Greatest FighUs 10:00 Football This Weok 10:15 Washington Srfttllght 10:30 News 10:40 March of Time 11:10 Names the Same 11:40 Weather 11:45 Neivs 11:55 Sign Off . ,_ SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11 8:45 News 6:55 Morning Meditation 9:00 Little Revue 9:30 World's Greatest Stories 10:00 Quiz Kids 10:30 Smilin' Ed 11:00 Big Top 12:00 News 12:15 Super Circus 12:45 Mich. State vs. Texas A.M. 3:45 Scoreboard 4:00 Film Feature 4:30 Kukla, Fran & ollie 5:00 Natutb c' Things 5:15 Scoreboard 5:30 Strike It Rich 6:00 Juniper Junction 6:30 Lone Ranger 7:00 All Star Revue 8:00 Show of Show* 8:30 Wrestling 10:30 News 10:40 C. A. Preview 10:45 Jackie Gleason 11 L« Weather 11:55 Sign Off DELIVERING- MAIL 1"5 A TOUGH JOB' MY f=EET Af?E^ WLLfUG- ME! T C POOR -* MR. WALKER BLESS YOU, PRISCILLA! BUT THAT ONE LETTER WON'T MAKE MUCH DIFFERENCE! MY UNCLE LIVES IN SOUTH AMERICA OH, YES, IT WILL.. LOUC, I'VE SOT A HUNCH TMS CLEANER'S SUP CELL OUT OP A MUZPEREK& PDCXET/NOW f- WE CAN LOO«IT§qW6eM«M«Nt,,J^KlSHT y VX; *s *c«epffiEss.wjT \i puvvH7 »u_e THKE* NO NAME ON \ got? IN TVC, SIXTH THE SUP— JUST A PlCy VESTEZPAy PUT TUBS OF A wiw Tf we sm?e PIPN'T PR1NTEP IN H.U* y\ WAVE WINS*. IM /LOUie,! Tr**; vouve ear SOMETHINCV BEEN THINK RUN-WITH HWE SEEN SENT UP ftT LEP.ST ONCE, n'5 3U5T fc GUESTIOW OF TIME Tia THEY'RE 1W 5T1R THERE'S WO PERCENTAGE t MEWJ THEY'RE SUCKERS,..I CMS §EE IT kJOVJl THEV DUUNO YIHW IT* LIKE TO FEEL YOU'RE REM.LV GETTlk)' SILLiVOU ARE GOIMS P1.^CES. BUT WlL GET TH6K6 QUICKER IF VOU F1UISH SCHOOL FIRST! A GOOD COMPETITOR, ""* BILL SOOM NEW FRIENDS OK) THE PLWGKOUWpe. REAL HUSTLER .HE'LL MAX6A SEtF Ik) HIGH 5CHOOLJ KNOW TH 1 COPS ftRE NOT fc'TERYOUi GWE- SOU A. PMU-TIWE JOBI WHATSTM'IDEA, WITCH, \I BCMT YANK WE \A.UKa.YYMJrJ! BAHl SUMMONING US.THEN I MUTT,..HE WENT ON) DONT WANT ANV MORE YANKING OUR VICTIM ./HV9 OWN. ..AND I / TRUCK WTTH TH' UKES RIGHT OUT FROM gf_ DONT EVEN KNOW S*^^ OF YOU; UNDER VJ6? -VS. WHERETO NOft US HOBGOBLINS NEITHER.,.WE ONLY BUSINESS WITH RACE "A; WITCHES) DOCTOR! WE GOT IN THE TIME-MACHINE I'VE GOT LUNCH ALL HE OUGHT TO BE ALONG ANY M-MINUTE/ IMPORTED Children's SHOES Holland Bulbs Choos* yours right awaj whllr selections nrc com pit It. TUMI'S, DAFFODILS, HYACINTHS, CROCUS, AND MANY OTHERS. Bigger, Better Balbs — get (he most for your money. These arc the choicest of bulbs, Imported direct to us from Holland. PAUL BYRUM Hardware & Seeds 114 E. Main Rlylheville

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