The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 11, 1952 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 11, 1952
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SATURDAY, OCT. 11, 1952 OUR BOARDING HOUSE fa — with Major H«opU yOU PAYOFF LIKE Of IHOSe MOBSTERS SETTLING BACK TA'iCes .'-•»• you STILL, OYJE zi BUCKS—AMD WE'LL 3U6T Jockeys F£K A CHANSe O 1 CLO , Klrt' DAY 'f "J OH AMOS'S CAM- PAlGfi PE PRE6IDEMT/ FORGET ,^ ^ w REBATE OM TH' "~£ AlA' SHORES AlM'T TAKlMV HERE (' Trie Dislike ROOM Political Announcements The Courier News is authorized to announce the following candidates for the general election, November 4. For Alderman Second Ward J. TJ. "Jodie" Nabers For Municipal Judge G. W. Barham FOR SALE Concrete enlverU, 12 Inch to M inch, plain or reenforced. Also Concrete Building Blocks cheaper than lumber for barns, chirk* en hoase«, pump houses, tenant houses, tool sheds. We deliver. Call ni for free estimate. OSCEOLA TILI & CULVERT CO. Phone Sfll JOE ATKINS MACHINE WORKS BLTTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS HIS? oiV° "H t0 t 0 th " e dishes> J^houland^mak» a »p,ech on th» m«s» in Wa.hington!" MAOMNI MMM* BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS PHONES: Day 3142; Night 6153 FUEL OIL G. 0. POETZ OIL CO. "/ Se/7 That Stuff" Phone 2089 Office & Bulk Plont—Promised Land KELLEY'S Your Friendly Shoe Store ^^~y^«>^iriftii 1^*^|L%*\A \jv\« ^aMnavw ^ J SMOIS fO* MID *EE THE MEW Royal Grains At advertised in IW Sal. Eve, Ftosf jjff :SECOND MAN on the Ticket * DC returned within « mln- ute, spreading her hands grace- 2 nd j miling at mt -"I'm rry. s h t Mid . - Aun , Ha , t " "». very emphatically no" "" hoh, . h M d 3ir m ° Ved alon 8 " er shoulders^ -Annt Hattie sail Mr Mason, th.t she did not wish to y , any othcr emissa ' h , e ,. ^id that, Mr. Mason. Hattie means it,- John Mills sh ™SS«l- "All right If Ginny smiled. T m sure she'd SET? s V h . e door w you - J " hn £?ii, ?* U r dn ' mention Mr ' W "- burton, tt I were you .. ° nto ' bench under » ' '?**' >nd sazed un, '* "»• '««•• I heard John', »t«p on the (Travel u he went •TJ T ' »?,? th «n Vlrginl, Perkins said softly, -It's too bad Mr T"' r--" 11 Hatti « has • "" ° Ut hTl " l b °° l * you do r said 1 .'' '*" '° fi wrote'" afra ' d "' -Did you read It? I never wrote a more harmless little puran-aoh " -1-U tell you whtt^.*^- » ld ,. Glr "*- "'So he thinks Mis, Haltie is dead, does he? So he thinks he can say what ne olcases docs he? Well, nc'll flnd ovi? •• " Governor '« bwk. He didn't write the book. He mdn't even okay it. He's never even read it himself." She said softly, "You've written a lot of books, haven't you?" • • • J LOOKED up into her blue eyes, became aware that i was sitting and she was not. and quickly stood up. "Y«," I said. "A couple." •I havent read the others," she said. -I just read this one. I can see you're awfully devoted to Mr. Warburton." 'I am." I said. 'I suppose you've been Tilth him a long, long time." "Just this campaign. But I've known him a good many years." Sler smile returned, provocative and lingering. "I imagine you'll be going to Washington, too with him. I suppose youl] be in his 'abinet, or something." "The Vice President doesnt have > cabinet Miss Perkins," I said. "My one hop is that h« will go to Washington." "I'm anxious to meet him," she said. "Aunt Hattie Isnt going to the reception, but I certainly am I wouldn't mis-; H for anything ties very handsome in his pic- lures and even on that button. Is ne coming tc the dance, too?" d.n'cer-'" * >1 " ' " 1(L " II "*" * "At the hifh school gymnasium. guess the whole county will be here. They're running special buses and it's a school holiday and all that. I hope he docs come to the dance." .. W Rsk you {or a d; m« Miss Perkins," I said, "I hope you wont turn me down." Why, Mr. Mason, i;u save one 'or you," she said. "I surely will " can ftnd me "• « occurred to me that my (one lad been somewhat fervent, and was embarrassed. 1 suppose oe- ing brought up in New York Uitr ,—, -- v ^- FLASH Cameras for Rent Tike wonderful Indoor pictures with a flash camera from Barney's Drug. Low rates. All kinds of camera supplies are available here. Barney's Drug CAMERA HEADQUARTERS 2006 W. Main Phone 3841 Wanted! TIN CANS Large Metal Compress BLYTHEVILLE iron & Metal Co. Moullrie & R.R. gts. Blytheville, Ark. Phone 8962 I was a kid 1 lacked that casual, graceful life of a small town At least 1 had always supposed it was casual and graceful, and moving to a small Middle Western city ,?,, not cured me °* ">« notion. I I m .sorry you're unwelcome to Aunt Haltie." the girl said. "I just don't dare ask you to lunch But, anyhow, I'll be seeing you at the dance." John Mills returned then. He met my eyes, shrugged. "No use, Mr. Mason. She just won't talk to you." "There are ways to get around Aunt Haltie," Ginny Perkins said. •You can't just meet her head on. The thing to do is to meet her casually, when she doesn't know ,vho you are, and then work Into "Sure," said John Mills. "But where Is he going to meet her casually?" "Oh. anyplace," said Gfnny. "In church, or at the drug store, or maybe at the bingo game at the Irenouse tonight Aunt Hattie and I are going." [ WALKED to the car with John Mills, and as we drove away •Inny Perkins was standing by the garden gate. "Well." said John Mills. 1 couldn't get anywhere wilh Miss iattte myself." "That's too bad," I said. "But here's no juicy item in Miss Hatic. ^|? P°' «° »S«," he said. "What do you mean by that?" ."I couldnt get anything out « her, he said. "But I did make mention of the big blowout Wednesday. You know, this town s going to be crowded, Mr. Mason. The Chamber at Commerce has 5ked the homeowners to let out heir spare rooms, and most ot 'em are doing It, even Miss H.v.tle, You know who came around to e« her about taking somebody n? "Who?" "Kelvin Fisher," John MIHt And you know wlx> ttv*C body SsT" I groaned. -You dont mean Clyde'McOonald?" "That's righV' he said. "Clyde McDonald." <*••• Television- Ton ite, Tomorrow WMCT, Memphis, Ch«nn«l 4 SATURDAY NIGHT, OCT. 11 6:00 Juniper Junction 6:30 Lone Ranger 7:00 All Star Revue 8:00 Show of Shows 9:30 Wrestling !0:30 News 10:40 c. A. preview 10:45 Jhckie Oleason 11:45 Weather 11:55 Sign Off SUNDAY, OCTOBER 1Z 10:45 Previews Rnd News 11:00 This Is Your Life 11:30 Candy Carnival" 12:00 Pick A Winner 12:30 Frontiers of faith 1:00 Buttis & Allen 1:30 Beulah 2:00 Citizens for Eisenhower • 2:30 Future Unlimited 3:00 Roy Rogers 3:30 My Favorite Waitress 4:00 Zoo Parade > 4:30 Gene Autry 5:00 Meet the Press 5:30 Slim Rhodes 5:55 News 6:00 Red Skelton 6:30 Eddie Mayehoff 7:00 Comedy Hour 8:00 TV Playhouse 9:00 The Doctor B:30 Stu Erwin 10:00 I Love Lucy 10:30 News 10:40 Weather 10:45 Toast of Town 11:45 Break the Bank 12:15 News 12:25 Sign Off MONDAY, OCTOBER U 00 Today 25 News 0 Today 55 News 00 Today 25 News 30 Today 0 Prologue to Future 55 Neas 0 Campaign Call 0 Mrs. 0.S A. 0 Strike It Rich 0 Storyland 15 Love of Life 0 Search for Tomorrow 5 Morning Meditation 0 News 5 Farm News 0 Onrry Moore 0 Guiding Light 5 Film Fentiirette 0 Homemakers Program 0 Big Payoff 0 Welcome Travelers 0 Kate Smllh 0 Hawkins Falls 5 Gabby Hayes 0 Howdy Doody 0 Music Shop 5 News 5 Weather 0 Film Fcaturette 5 Hartoons 0 Evening Serenade 5 News 0 Those T»o 5 News Caravan 0 Paul Winchcll 0 Howard Barlow 0 Cisco Kid 0 Robert Montgomery 0 Who Said That 0 Wrestling 5 News 5 Weather 0 Film Pealurettc 0 Ozzle & Harriett 5 News 0 Sign Off OUT OUR WAY AHH.THAT BLUE RCAM HOSS SOT HUWCb UP IM •T>V FENCE AW VNDULDN'T CO ATHWG TO HELP ME <3rJT HIM OUT OF IT.' JES' KEPT LEANIN' OM ME -- SO I COME SACK TO BED AN' TOLD HIM TO STAV IM IT AM' BE FUST SIGN OF A SHEEPHERDEK --LONESOME COMPLEX.' VUE BETTER MOT LEAVE HIM PER A HULL EVEWIW AOAtW.' WITH TH' AKIIMALS. WHfLE WE AIN'T HERE Sl.TTIN' At'EM, Benefit by R.oding and Using Courier News 1 Classified Ads FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS 4?" MiGoosty , we AU.KNOW THAT you* ov»- CCfcTs WEM RURNED AT A CtNT BARN MNCe -AK« OH">!t>U* , SKIMONOS, PLEASE /, NONE op us FATHERS ARE AMSP.Y WITH -(bLJ.--.AND JUSFTO PROVE ir, WE'VE BOUGHF E4CH OF YOU A PRESENT7 . TRY THEM on.' ..LET ME TELL. YOU WHAT'S HAPPENED. OKAV,J iK^r... ouf INTO :j 4PACe ' WHEN^'A^'^TANCE]] OtMV, SO VWJ THNK TM5 gi.lp COlVSES YES. I IMAGINE IT'S LOVELY. 1 ^ 0 4^0.yOU_.LIKE^ VD/y THS urn.6 P^CE CSP woae A SUIT WITH SPOTS ov rr THW ^40T evEN A WORETIMETOSBTHHK. CMW! BUT WE H&OTO HELP BILL GET STARTED ^ OFF RIGHT 1 I KUOW. NOW HE W*MT£TO BE LIKE •(001 HE STIIL HA* A LOUS WW/ TO SO. BUT riL KEEP WOEK.- • NO OM HIM! H-fl LTCRS 'UflLlTY SHOE SHOf HI W M « . M S T THERE WU5r B6 LOTS O 1 DELINQUENTS WHO COULD BE *WED AT A FRAcriOk OF VJHNT THEV'D COST SOCIETV A$ CRIWtNftLS, tRWGi YOU SURE KNEW HOWTOREA.CH BILL! WELL, I GUESS VtXTO Berrezeo PRX UP *. TOMBSTONE A.N 1 CB/VVVL UND0Z IT... I H^TB TO SEE VDU GO, Efc5Y. YOU MOD THE WILTV5 A.RE THE _ I HAD I WE'RE COUMTlkl ON YOU,BILL. I KUWOUR lit ROUD OF YOU VUHBJ HE G6T5 K.1 WOHT PO IT...WEITHER. WILL BEMTIMG! WE NI1J TMEIK COWPLETB CONFIDENCE. THEM WORK TO UMDO THE WMSPED PRIUOPLES TH£y PICKED UP WHEM SOWEOUS FAILED'EM AT AM , DOCTOR VHATIi. WE DO WTH THIS SLLY LOOKING MUTT? OK/Vi. KIP*, TIME FSR TATKLIM PKACTICE... HIT VEH...THE , . MlSERABtE U30K. ITS ) MUTT.' t [ AIH'T OVSK- M'M< SHUDDER / JOYED Ar TH 1 SIGHT) SJGHTty vtx NO WONDIM PINP

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