The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 25, 1952 · Page 15
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 15

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 25, 1952
Page 15
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T, WOT. M, 1MI •LYTM!» H,I,B (AUK.)" COWRIE* OUt HOAKPING HOUSi — , MA3OR.' . Ar\OST 66 tWTO ; Tobacco originally was » tropical product, but now is. being «rown frorn Canada to Argentina. For ThU Chrlstma* •And a Lifetime ... MORE FAMILIF.S BUY \VORU) BOOK Than Any Other ENCYCLOPEDIA Help your children win success! . Jnst $10 clomn and $6 a month brine* World Book Into your horot. Call Bill Pation »1 88M. FEDERAL LAND BANK FARM LOANS NO EXPENSE— Pay part or all at any tlm* National Farm Loan ' Association . lot Martin, Seey-Trea«. Ph. 33S! Mon & Thursday , Ph. J88, Any Day for Quick Relief of ASTHMA and HAY FEVER ' T«f»»d, Proved, • Acc«pt*d <md Used frM*j patented MbOUzer and eilecliv* Solution "A" Inhofont es quick relief, or yovr money back! If I DRY DRUG MKDT STORES FRYERS NOW AVAILABLE! Yes. Mrs. Housewilf, STEED'S Famous Snperclean FRVERS are now available in Bljtheville and snrronnditiK territory , They're SUPERCLEAN, no feathers, no pin fealhers and above all they're not yellow . ; . they're ALL WHITE! The yellow cuticle Is remored, makui; them white; most chickens are yellow until they are processed In this man- rnd'ividualit" 15 "'"'' " J " St ' hic)< " 15 " " D >°"'«; "t»"=r hav. Ask your grocer for STKED'S Fryers and see how vcrr lood a chicken can really be. You deterre the best! STEEDS POULTRY FARMS JUDSONIA.ARK. Steed's Famous Superrlean Fryers ar« ' distributed in this »rea by NUNN PROVISION CO. PACE FIFTEEN .=*." 4-- THP. 9TORTI H*«t7 <MI*»«. • •*"*U-II»*« r««k«tccr, Met M JtavK- ]«pd ««mh »«ar Hfgtk Hill, m VB«•!!«>• men «w>r4 fcr Al Kyp»- mer. At MOWB the t**4j t* »r«_ t«M Ifc* re»vlHt{»» •< hi* »!•««. .,JlHgf Bvntrtl, Iht r*e>( wh« i.tammd the bmtr. Wn i4 .h« H ««r th« '•KM ullvc wlirn »ke V**N eMMiyrlwir wilt Kitlr Fleltn, •. t,<,rt*l,,r. Al hn« KKfrtmtr* lonitnrmm ter MldjK« " ehnrmi*, «nd hi* f*rw*r flrl frl,,* Klltr t~mr, ...<!.» enlrrol.rr mt <t, T l»*ne. U )r.l«» • I Mlrfac. !>»• M«rrl>*K. the F:'H- Irtte director, •[»« !• r • » 4 wf Xfliiee. Ofker* wh* »•«•• t« he KetlliiK fheMqelTra iMvttlved !• the '••e fnclvrie E4d!e'a wire RV*|IH awl hU brother IHivet !.«• RItehle. • *V,' "** " """I »«»T »•• . o. NMtcawfc • BH nlarrr, AT* • XI /""JTRTS WTTMER broke it trp by ^ J coming in with Al's mail. I followed Chris out_ to the cage to see if by any chance there was anything for an orphan named Morrison. Not even 3 letter from Uncle Sam saying he wanted me back. There was a bang cm the d«sk. "Morrison!" Al howled. I went back in. Al dung a sheet et letter- paper acro» the dc* "What -kind of a jok« i« this?" It wa* cheap pad paper. The message was printed in pencil. Big, crude letters, all capitals: TONITK AT > O'CIXXIK BRINrl 16500 I.V A PAPKR. BAn TO THE UTTI.E nRIDOB P;/T IT IN ' A A! chewed wildly, his bulging 'brown eyes cutting me up. examining every part. Finally he said, reluctantly, "No, It couldn't be you. You're crazy, but you make different kind of jokes. It must be Eddie Fields." "Doesn't sound like Eddie's brand of comedy, cither." "Must be Eddie. Who else knows? The Burnett girl? You think she'd do a stunt like this?" "No." "Let's go find Eddie." W« walked out icross PI ay land to Harmony House. Eddie ami Roslyn had a two-room apartment on the second door. Roslyn was lying in bed in her slack suit and Eddie waa g e,n t I y fixing an ice pack around het head. "We can't have headaches in sweet little heads like this," Eddie was saying. "If there hij 10 rw > headache," he added, looking up at us, 1 "here's some good heads for it." • * • J^OSLYN turned her face sway from us. "Don't your friends believe in knocking?" she said to Eddie. 'Nab," Mid Eddie, "they're informal. Like pigs." Al motioned to Eddie and led me back down the stairs. A minute later Eddie joined us outside. Al shoved the letter at him. Eddie read it. He grinned. "Corny. Who cooked this up?" . Al blinked. "You did " "Wrong number, Al. Try another nickel." "It's your idea of a Joke." "This is strictly not my idea of a Joke." Al'i bulgy eyes floated around, their rich brown tainted with sadness. "Eddie, did you talk to anybody about me moving that thing?" "Not even Roslyn," Eddie said. "And you didn't write this?" Al said wistfully. "You know what you can get for sending a letter like this?" "Yeh," Al said.. "But that don't help me any. Morrison, let'j jo find Burnett," We found her not far away, at tne shuffleboard court. She was playing beside Leo Ritchie. Her outfit was a pink halter and shorts. Ritchie was wearing just a pair of while trunks. Al elaborately begged their pardon, and led Midge about 10 paces away. "Sorry to bother you," he said, surprisingly gently. "1 got a funny letter this morning, men- tion'.'ng something about me moving n certain thing. You know an/thing ibovt U?" OUT OUR WAY FtCCKLK AND HIS«I INCH J. IL WIM«M UNUSUAL PRefHRATTOHS B«n«fit by Reading and Using Courier N«wi Claisified Ads "I know I got a bad report caVd, but forbidding m* to UM th« phon« won't h.lp! How am I «v»r going to do any homework?" CHECK. REMARKABLY EFFICIENT FOP. HOPS! TOO YOU'VE •£ { COPTEKCKUTE FOE THE RESTRICTED FOR SALE Televisiori- Tonitc, Tomorrow WMCT, Memphis, Channel 5 I JUST CAN'T UNDERSTAND YOU, PRISCILLA YOU ALWAYS HAVE A STOMACH ACME AFTER SUPPER... . . WHEN WE EAT IN A RESTAURANT] RESTAURANT Confrtt* culrertj, 11 Inch to M inch, plain or reinforced. Aho Cenrrrl* Buildint Bl«ck> cheaper than l»mb»r f.r karat, chicken houes, pump tttmie*, tenant hauses, U»l sheds. W* Call u f.r free ectlmate. OSCEOLA Till & CULVERT CO. Ml •p. roniat DELIVERY SERVICE I'hon* 4507 Hours: 8 a.m. ( o 19 p.,^ with Delivery fl> T p m. WOODS DRUG STORE 221 West Main SU Xmas Gz/f Suggestion a camera from BARNEY'S! Choose a camera as a Xmas ji(t \OW! Use our convenient layaway plan. Barney's Drug CAMKRA HEADQUARTERS 2*<W W. Main Phone 3H7 Midge stared at both of ns. "Why, no, Mr. Kcmmer." 'DiA you talk to anybody about Midge's little oval face wavered. "Why—why, Mr. Kemmer, yoq know we all promised—" "1 know, but didn't you say something to somebody?" . Midge shook her head. "I promised, Mr. Kcmmer." Her plump lips trembled a little. "Is there any trouble?" "No trouble," Al said .gruffly. "Thanks, Miss Burnett." He slarted away. "U bad to be one of you!" Al burst om when I cuugi,! up sviin him. "Only you three knew." : "Kilty Lane wasn't far from the station wagon when you were making us promise not to talk. She might have got the idea.". "Don't be a Jerk. Kitty!" "I'm not accusing her. I'm Just saying it's possible." He made a hissing sound. "Another possibility *ii Sam Slaccy," 1 said. "You made that dumb phone call and -razzed him Maybe it started him thinking. Maybe he found the trail where you dragged the body." "Whoo!" Al shook his head. "That phone call was dumb, wasn't it?" . JTE sat there a long time, not spoakingf-waves of deliberation passing over his face. Finally be let out a painful sigh, slid out of his chair and knelt down in front of the thre«-foot-hfgh safe In th« corner. He clicked through the combination, pulled the heavy door open and took out a small, flat book. "Come on, drive me down lo the bank," he laid. "You're going to pay wme goofy blackmailer—7" "Goofy is right. That Siaccy— the more I think about it, the more t think you made t right guess. Only a nut would ask for a craw figure like 46500." "Not as crazy as the guy who'd pay it." "Not $6500. I'm not going that far. Two thousand. Maybe $2500. I'll write a note that I can't rais« any more." (T« B* TUESDAY NIGHT, NOV. M 6:00 Evening Serenade 6:15 News 8:30 Dinah Shore 6:45 News Caravan 7:00 Milton Berle 8:00 Fireside Theatre 8:30 Circle Theatre 9:00 Two for the Money 9:30 Boston Blnckle 10:00 Mr. & Mrs. North 10:30 News 10:40 Weather 10:46 Studio One 11:45 Industry on Parade 12:00'News 12:05 Sign Oif WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2» 7:00 Today 7125 News ... 7:30 Today ' t :55 News - ' , 8:00 Today / 8:25 News 8-.30 Today 8:65 News 9:00 Ding Dong School '• 9:30 TV Shopper 10:00 U.N. General Assembly 10:30 Strike It Rich 11:00 Storyland 11:15 Love oi Life 11:30 Search for Tomorrow 11:45-Morning Meditation 12.00 News 12:15 Farm News 12:30 Qarry Moore 1:00 Guiding Light 1:15 Film Featurette 1:30 Homemakers Program 2:00 Big Payoff 2:30 Welcome rTaveler« 3:00 Kate Smith 4:00 Hawkins Pally / '4:15 Gnbby Hayes. 4:30 Howdy Doody 5:00 Berl Olswanger 5:15 News 5:20 Mr. Blngle 5:25 Wenther 5:30 Short Story 5:48 Hartoons 6:00'Evening Serenade 6:15 News . 6:30 Those Two • 8:45 News Caravan 7:00 T Married Joan 7:30 Your TV Theatre 8-.00 TV Theatre 9:00 playhouse of Start 9:30 Show Case 10:00 Pulse ol City 10:15 Film Featurette 10:30 News 10:40 Rocky King 11:10 Weather 11:15 I've Got A Secret 11:45 Industry on Parade 12:00 News _. r 12:05 Sign Off You Can Now Buy iCECOLD \ BEER TO TAKE HOME! No Increas* in Price! Griesedieck — 2<l cans 4.10 Budweiser — 24 cans 4.35 Goldcresl 51 — 24 cans 4.10 FalsUff. — 24 cans 4.10 PHILIP APPUBAUM LIQUOR STORE 110 So. 5th Pho. 9641 UPSET STOMACH r<»'II feel better Mkk when yo« Uk« BI7.-PEP Pink Miltore. Yom'll be delighted with th< fast relief fran heart- knrn, n»«*f», .nrt distress caused by Arer-eating and *rink)n». O«ar«nt«<* to torn- pktety Mttafy «r j««r iB*ney back! BIZ-PEP - EVER KS. THIS mrr- MAH'S . LAPV SANtTRA? a-fz LA? SAYS rr WAS RECENTLY s*r- UZATB7 WITH P1CTY WATER CONWJ- SANPIZA'5 COSTUME TO WVT SPILL6I7 ON THE FLOOR OP SI-BASON'S TICK6TASENCV WH6M A NI&HT PORTER WAS AMJRPEREp/ i— ^ 1^-: . J , THERE'S THE JEWEL THIEVES' CAR., WASH'. WE'LL PKETEND TO SPEW CROPS WHILE WE KEEP 'EW IM SIGHT WOW THEV'UE TURWEO OFF THE _ W£ED GKOWW R»DS WE'WE GOT TO REACH THAT IT? HEW EASY u LMJ05 THE RENTED HELICOPTER IN'A, MEANTHW 'CAUSE WON'T GET BACK TO / VE3,,. wrrcHLAND IFORE wvy- /W ERANO? UGHT *FTER-KAL- / NOW WE HW/E LOWEEN,WUHAFTA STA.Y HERE (JNTlU- VOUWANTMETO SEND YOU ON / OH, ANOTHER /ANYOI TIME-TRIP? MY STARS, VWERE TO? AUNT \UfJLAX, KIP, PETUNIA'*) r GOT NOT J MOTHIN HERE,r%UT TIME/ I'LL WAIT' ul

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