The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 22, 1952 · Page 13
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, OCT, t? t OUi MAHPIHO HPUii w«. wife M«j«r Politicol Announcements The Courier News Is authorized to announce the following: candidates for the genera) election, November 4. ; Far Aldermaa Second Ward J. L. ''Jodie' 1 N a her a li. D. Wade 8r Mgnie.lp».l |uA(e G. W. Barham FOR SALE Concrete culvert.. 12 jnch U tS "•>fh, plain ur reenjgjveii. \)u> Confrere Bnildinl Blocks cheaper than lumber for barns, chicken houses, pump Known, tenant hous«, Uol tbtds. We deliver. Call m* for fr« «timat«. OSCEOLA TUf ft CULVERT CO. Pbanc Ml (AKI,). COtmiEK ''I'll «»|l Or, Brown and hi* wrfe-^they never w|n at """my and we eafl eut flown hi* b|H!" «A« AM* UC1BIC WN M»MM f MACKMMTH. • MfUWAM . HA,CI»« UPAMI BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS ' PHONES: Day 6153 FUEL OIL G J, POETZ OIL CO. '7 M That Sty//" ^Phone 2089 - ii_ji;,i" .-., • • , :/.••• . . > 3 . Of f ice & Bulk Plant—Promised Land CAKr-tl LAtA GLAMORENi !PSB 9! ?»*$!' fSSk'J I«dr If or.. !(vlfl if. V9E«vn sff. PISTS ETS ?|iY. r ,qd ? I. woli .n in II - minul.l. S.nioyil food f|'gln}, Girftf. &".<*, tipirkV, Tor ... ,,.» Sho. Pcliih. On f Gallon ••ouilMljr Cl.onj -«pro).irro:tl r fff ».«!? tug*. HoH Gollo. i? It. .Gallon |3.7». Chas. S. j.emnns, Furniture • i'Wtflm *»•?••»•••!• FLASH Cameras for Rent Take wonderful Indoor pictures with a flash camera from Barney's nrujr. Low r»jf!i. AJj kinds "' "Bier* supplies are available here. Barney's Drug CAMERA HEADQUARTERS ZOOS W. Main Phone 3647 MAN on th« I : i XV1H T BACKED SW ay from h«r and : she closed the door firrnjy in my face. I ran quickly doy^n" Ip the sidewalk, irid in Ihc light pi a torner street lanip, rrpde'a beckoning gesture, i saw the fhree of them hurrying toward rjje. -Ginny's no( »\er'e," 1 said. ''She's down a< the depot," ' That'i bad,' 1 ' said GflY'nwr ;Warburton, 'TYe'll ^ayp to work fast. John, ifhai time does that jlrain get inZ" '" .' ' '"• ' "What trainT" "I don't know what trajn, it- eept Clyde McDonald wllj'tM on K, comirg here from Mississippi." *I -*&," John Mills said. 'I gun it would be the 12:02." He looked at his watch. "It's 6n"e mia- »1« to midnight now." •Trjen let's go," the Governor said, and moved along the walk to the cottage. He knocked hard •4 the door. A voice inside said, "! said goodnight, Mr. Mason." "Miss Hattie, this isn't Mr. Ma»on," th« Governor said. "Get out your peachtree switch. Thi« fc Willie Warburton." """ There was silence, then the G«v= emor went on, "You always used to listen lo my side of the "story" Mists Hattie. I hope you'll lister! BOW." Slowly the door was opened and we saw Miss Haltie's pale eyes, opened very wide. "So it's you, Willie," the saW. ' ' : "I made a long tr|p here to talk to you," the Governor said. ''Miss HaUie, it's like the old days Here 1 am in trouble again, and no^ body's fault btit my own." His smile was rueful, and afj the frank Warburlon charm was in, it "May I come in?" "I'm surprised at myself." Mis; Hattie said. "But, yes, I'll let yc* come in. Come in, Willie." "This is ,my secretary. Mis Strawn," the Governor said. "And my assistant. Mr. Mason." "I know Mr. Mason," MUs Hat tit. flUttlt." th« Governor's « YPice said, HI came to ask yw !« listen to my speech in HydetpWB Wednesday^ He held MP hi? tiii!)d : "flow wait a min, First, ! WSnt yoti to know »t !'m going to say in that speech, I want you up on that P«Hf?rm with me when I say, 'Ladies and gentlemen,, this is my "14 sch pql teacher. Miss Hattie Perkins. I guess I was the worst boy in her class. ^My marks were at bad a. anytJOdy's and I was a » a ??, ihiUless kid before Miss Hat*« «9< hold <* me." 1 "Willie, you Cerent as had as 'hat,"- liliis' Hattje said. "I've had Wprse boys than you." "I was bad enough," the Governor said. "And let me tell you this, old 1 dear, Mr, Mason put that paragraph io hil book without consultina: me. I never read the book. I never knew what he said. Bad as I was as a boy. Miss Hattie I think; you'll believe me when 1 say I yiKMjldn't have m.Tde any false claims for myself." "That'* true,i Miss Hattie conceded. : • • • f J HOP* I never will," the Gov- ?rnor went on. "Miss Hattie, It h «F* me deep ^hcn I heard you Cerent turning out on Wednesday. I couldn't imderstand it then, because I hadn't read that book But when I ge| Mp <„, that Ia{ _ form I'll tell the facts and if you say so. Ill tell the stpry of that sheepskin coat." *What sheepskin coal?" /Miss Hatlie asked. Then she nodded "Oh, you mean—" "Yes," the Governor said. "1 mean the horse race at the Hyde County Tair. The time 1 was short in the school funds." "No. Willie," said Miss Hattie. "I wouldn't want you to do anything so foolish as Dial." ."Is it foolish?" • The Governor gave his head a thoughtful shake. "I wonder. Because if I tell that story I can tell how much you did far W* Uut &»&«, I eg* (cU Wanted! TIN CANS '. • • / Large Metal Compress BLYTHEVILLE Iron & Metal Co. Sloultrie & R.R. Sfs. Blytheville, Ark. Phone 8962 MW much your kindness and fait .reatment meant to me." "Thank you, Willie," Miss Hatie said, and I saw moisture in her eyes. "To tell you the truth, : was real hurt when I read that book of tfr. Mason's," "I don't blame you," the Governor sfjjd, "You hj4 a rigtit fo x." He moved nearer t<i ticr,"put lis hand on the {jack of her chair. 'Miss tlattie. ! hope you're going « change your mind. I hope rou're craning tp the bjg meeting Wednesday and sit there on my fight hapd, the way Johnny Mil|s and I had planned "it," Miss HaltJe sighed, '•All right, Willie," she raid. "I'M be' there." •' ' • • JOHN MILLS spoke for the first r time, "ft was Mel- in Fisher had the highest marks," he said. Miss Hattie chuckled. "1 never set great store by high marks 'Miss Hattje, there's ooc thing more." Governor Warburton reached down and took her plump land. "I wouldn't want if known lhal I dropped in on you her*'in the middle of the night. I wouldn't want Mr. Mcllonal^ h> kiMw that." P X«S," Miss Haljje said. T «•- derstand, Willie.' " ""' "And ot course you know w»» he's hert," the GoVernor Mid. Miss Hattie looked up at him "Why, Mel Fisher asked '-nt U p«rt ^"n up." ' 'So he could get the story from you, the Governor said. "The -aory of the horse race and tne Halloween fund. You're not going to tell him thai story, are you Miss HattieT" ' * " • "' Her eyes . opened wide. "My goodness, no," sh« tald "( Willie.^ m ^ UOn ' hat U '""^ I could no? help grinning. There had been no real danger Bui suddenly I kne>v there was a dsri- gcr. 1 had np(4c«4 a btarfl o* liifht outside on the:strect,"afjd'fiad paid no attenlion. but all at'onci a car had slopped at the curb. I looked, through the pane and saw three figures on the walk, almost at the door. "Oiilsidc, Governor!" I cried. "Out the back way!" Television- Tonite, Tprnorrow \VMCT, Memphis, Channel 4 WEDNESDAY NIGHT, OCT. 22 6:00 Evening Serenade 6:15 News '' 6:30 Those T^-o ^:45 Ne_ws Ofirnv an 7:CO I t/ixrrivd jo$n 7:30 Vdi'ir'TV"Theatre 8:00 TV Theatre 9:00 Playhouse of stars 9:30 Show Case 10:00 Death Valley Days 10:30 News IQ:4g Rocky King :10 Weather :1^ I've Got A Secret H5 Film Fea^rette Sign Qff , OCTOBER 23 7:00 Today 7:25 News 7:30 Today 7:55 News 8:00 Today 8:25 News 8:30 Tgday .8:55 fjesys' 9:00 Prologqe to' Future 9:30 Campaign Call 10:00 U. N. General Assembly 10:30 Strike It Rich 11:DO Storylap^ 11:15 Loye gf Life 11:30 .Search for Tomorrow 11:45 Morning Meditation 12:00 News - . • 12:15 Farm News , 12:3Q Garry ^Joore l.'OQ GuWinit' Light 1:15 Film Featurette 1:30 Homemakers Program 2:00 Big Payoff 2:30 \Velcorj\E Travelers , 3;oo Kate Snjlth 4:OO.Hawkirts Falls • 4:15 Gnbby Hnyes 4:30 Howdy Drjqdy 5:00 Music Shop 5:25 News 5:25 Sports 5:30 Wild Bill Hickok 6:00 Evening -Serenad* 6:15 News • 6:30 Dinah Shore 6:45 News Caravan .1:00 Groiwlio Ma.rx. 7:30 The Unexpected 8:00 Dragnet " " " • • 8:30 Theatre 9:00 Martin Kar|e 9:30 Arthur Gpcjfley 10:00 Racket Squad'" 10:30 News 10:35 Boxing 11:35 Weather 11:40 Film Featurett* 12:10 ?fews 12:15 Sign Off ife Hat 'Missing'Car LAPORTE, I, 1( j. (ypj_p rc(l p e looked out a window in hfs home saw that his car was gone am called police. No trace' was found of It until Mrs. Pells came home saying she'rt told him before she left that she was going to tak the car, PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Best Prices Kirby Drug Stores IMPORTED Holland Bulbs Ch»«we yonn rljtht away white selections are evnpfete. TUMI'S. DAFFODILS, HYACINTHS, CROCUS, MANY OTHERS. •*tt«r, Belter R.Ik. — trl tne HM«t Iff yw Th«w «« lh« flioitest or bolhs, |p*p*rle4 direct I* «. front Holla nt!. PAUL iYRUM Hardware & Sccdt 114 E. Main Blylheville ..PUT.OUIt WAY TKETEKN •y J, R. by rtin 8 and Ufing C«uri*r Htw* Clq SJ jfied Ad* I HA DA T THIS BAP TIME } &JYE ANYONE A WITH VANE!V BAD TIME FOB. - Ir THE MJTAK RUBV ISUT f ILL DO UH OUND QUICKLY QU% RELMIQN5\iglsiSU« HTH IND1NUM B&KAPMeEDt >-___ HAN MADE OF HAN; I ' rw^s THE KINS ].,: c* '\H8rr pft -~ VftKING IN THIS TAKEOVER /HOWIBLE _._..—-..,. / njfef? \TAKE TIMEl IT'S you FIX IT, \ pRtrrv MUCH -- A MEGS, NOW I'VE SEEN EVERYTHING/ TO i ITIPN'T KNOW AN ALLEYCAT SLIM

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