The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 30, 1952 · Page 11
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 30, 1952
Page 11
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AT, JULY 80, 1951 BLYTHKVTU.B (ARK.) COURIER NEWS ELEYW OVfc IOARDING HOUSt — with M.J., Hoopl* OUT OUR WAY SAO; soys /THIS PICTURE DP JlTH fHE STAT£6 *M D -STRING lie HIMD 8ATTL&- AX IKi tVAAT DISGUISE -***WOULD *H\ 6HE AUGHT f RIGHTED K\ TrtROvJ Tvto/ At>D TOlJE TO MV PRESIDENTIAL DISPATCH IT OUTICM- D1TOK6 I AB& LlMCOLU 6TOVEPIPE FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Farmer Has Weather, Animal Troubles YORK. Neb. IIP-— It '.vas one trouble after another on the" Lloyd Morgan farm. First the crops were damaged by hull. Then mink Began raiding the MorKHH henhouse, killing more than J20 baby chicks and two plump hens. So the Morgans set a trap lor the mink. They caught the family cat. Read Couriei Ne s Classified Ads Never A Du!l Moment! DANCING NIGHTLY! 24 HOUR SERVICE! FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE HOLLAND 3241 or 9411 YessiR.,L Gor A • SWEET LJTTUE HiDe — Our UP AT ThfE LAKE. WOW CLAM UP AMD DRIVE WHILE I KEEP •" eve PEELED FOP. COPPERS,' t COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED All Popular Brands of Cigarets, per carton . 1 60 HUBERT'SCLUB Hubert Utley and Wert Akins HIGHWAY 61 HOLLAND, MO. Spitsbergen has bo en the base for such noted Northern explorers us Andree, WelJman, Peary, Byrd, Atmmdson, Ellsworth, NohiJc' and WUkins. 97 Lorry St«nrig THF. STORVi Jofcnnr Hnmlll InXrrEtrd M« fnlhrr'x rnrln* ntnl • n4 9KHI.OOO IM rtchl., which oft IM thr«r n ir* hH4 by Kit K The vull, hrxl irnck. Johnny hn tinker Jockrjr. • * * VI A BIG, yellow hard top convertible came slowly along shedrow. It was driven by Roger Kovalt. Johnny went over to the fence to wail tor Rusty to breeze a two-year-old. Here was the sun ami the infield green before him. Here were the thoroughbreds, showing their wares, the empty stands, the rail birds- Here I am, Johnny thought, with all this and Carol loo. 1 should be a lot happier than I am Rusty came through the gate aboard the two-year-old filly , Annabella. "When she's warm enough," Johnny said, "give her * a two-furious sprint. She might OB have the slufT for the Futurity." v He hadn't noticed thai Koval had come up from behind. Whet he did, he turned away. Annabella wen I into Ihe firs turn easily, under wraps. A rai bird at thn turn was looking at hi; watch. Through the backslrctch Annahctla ran, the pace lifting Halfway through the north turn Rusty shook her free. She moved nicely, close tn Oi rail, with a compact, powerfu stride that ate up the dirt. Kovalt said, "Likely looking an" Johnny turned, but H wasn't h Kovalt had been addressing. / tall, white-haired man in gra flannel had joined Kovalt. Uptrack, Rusty turned and cam back. When he reached the M Mid, *TU Uke Challenger to le Futurity, Mr. Hamilton. This lly hasn't got his speed." 1 think you're right/' Johnny greed. "We'll try him next." As Rusty rode away, the white- aired man detailed himself from Covall's side. «nd came over, lie fus smiling. "You're John Hamton's boy?" Johnny nodded. He Jikod the ooks of \this elderly rnani he could picture him as a friend of < ova It's* "My name u .ry," (he man aid. "I was a friend of your ad's." "Judge Garry." Johnny idenli- .cd him. "I've heard Dad talk bout you." They shook hands. The judge glanced uncomforla- ily over at Kovalt. "I—uh—hope •Qu'll have a successful season Mr. Nystrom has told me of some f your troubles. If there's any L - ay I can help—" "Thanks," Johnny said. "There sn'l much anyone can do for me uitcps I do have a successful sea- ion." The judge nodded. "It's a long!' game, son. Try to play it as we! you can. But there are bounc .o be disappointments—" Johnny managed a grin. "I'v found that, out already, sir. KJpc I've inherited the ability f take it." "I'm sure you have," the judge told him. "And I sincerely hope everything turns out for the best.' He went back lo stand next t Kovalt I>USTV was bringing Challenge out onto the track now, Th sorrel colt was acting up. Challenger wanted to run: Rust was having a lime trying to rat him clown. Then they were span ning the backslrevch. Rusty h;i evidently given the colt Vii.s hca Dust rose on the north (urn, an through the dust the sorrel strea came, running smoothly, wit great strides, looking all legs an straining neck. Rusty rode hig! By J. R. Willi«m* Be p.e/»oy TO snoor, Bur CAREFUL WiT DONT WAMr TO KID; REPORT JU5T CAME THROUGH THAT CUP MfGMf SE THIS WAV/ I PON'T WANT TO SEE IT.' > THAT UV.KE f WHERE THEY \ CbET THE ICE I CAN HAVE J | ' PEOPLE ARE (3ETTW SPOILT.' I'VE LAID FLAT STOMACH AM' P«ANK OUT OF THAT LAKE MAh-JV \JTIMES.' 1 AIN'T ^TUPiEP IT YET- 1 GOT A PIECE OF ICE TOR A COOL DRINK AN'THERE IT FISHER VARMINT? AMYTHIM& IM IT.' J-' RAO <5 SAYS TWE COPPERS SET UP RDAD BLOCKS. MUH? WELL. WE'LL Fix THAT / PULL OP BEMIWD TMAT SCHOOL BUS / SORM THIRTX YEARS TCO SOOM Benefit by Reading and Using Courier News Classified Ads my friends, I've selected you being the first one I propose to THAT AlOHEWr A NELV- rypB ATOMC WHICH X CANHOT Z-EA& X'O BELIEVE THE EARTH Political Announcements Television- Tonite, Tomorrow Subject to Preferential Flection July 29, J852 For Count; Judge GENE BRADLEY PHILLIP J DEER I. D. SHEDD \Vi;i)NESl)AY NIGHT, JULY 30 6:00 Youth \V»nU«i to Know 6:30 Juvenile Jury . 7:00 TV Theatre 8:00 The • Unexpected 8:30 Dangrrous Assignment 9:00 Gordon Browning 3:30 Boston Blnckic 10:00 The Hunter 10:30 News 10:40 Rocky King 11:10 Industry on Parade 11:30 News 11:40 Sign Off Tar Circuit Clerk GEBALDINE USTON I'VE GOT ONE, TOO/ A WHOPPER/ 7 HA 1 . WHOPPER. 1 For Sl.-ue Senator BEN. LEE BEARDEN HENRY K HOYT WILLIAM H. IBII.L) WYATT For Sl:itR Representative KENNETH S SULCER For Post No. 2 THURSDAY, JULY 31 6:45 Test Pattern 7:00 Today 7:25 News 7:30 Today 7:55 News 8:CO Arthur Godfrey 8:15 Morning News 8:30 Breakfast Party 9:00 Mrs. U.S.A. 9:30 Strike It Rich 10:00 Storyland 10:V5 Love of Life 10:30 Scorch for Tomorrow 10:45 Moaning Meditation 11:00 Film FeaUirette 11:30 Garry Moore 11:45 Guiding Light 12:00 News 12:15 Farm News 12:30 Homemakcrs Program 1:00 Big Payoff 1:30 Job: ny Dufrati 2:00 Manhattan Matinee 3:00 Hawkins 3:15 Gabby Hayw 3:30 Howdy Doody 4:00 Cisco Kid 4:30 Wild Bill Hlckok 5:00 Meet the Stars 5:15 News I 5:25 Weatherman I 5:30 Liber ace 5:45 News Carflvnn G:l)0 Groucho Marx 6:30 Gene Autry 7:00 nrngnet 7:30 Mr. Peepers 8:00 Martin Kane 8:30 Sen. McKellar 9:00 Racttet Squad 9:30 Clifford Al'«n 10:00 Break the Bank 10:30 News 10:35 Film Feature 12:00 12:05 Sign Off PLAV ALOfsJS WfTH WE'C? JJ5T TAJCb VTue AK& yOU SUCEt X CAUL H£E A\')'S£LF ANC 7 T&LL OF THS LITTLE A LrrTLE WAV? UrxTTIU FAT JEK GAVE. US A FEW Ol_ WEJ_U5 IH FOK AMS5 HAKPG&TYyoUT AMJ5HV THE IMDEF1WITE ABOUT THKT. SIT THEY ALOO FOUWD OTHER W15&IWG OLD rUF\£TEP£ IN A DVIMG TO \H& DIOWT ALL ABOUTir TKA1W UOW1 HE'LL & U5 T O&TML5 DADDY LOCATE TWO THNT'D BEEW FROM A FRENCH PAPDN THOSE PAINTINGS YOU DID OOOLA! IH' GIANT.' HOLYCOW, WHAT A. TANGLE! KV THEY GO? PRESCRIPTIONS Krcsli Stork Giiiiranlecd Host l ; rices Kirby Druq Stores THIO HOT \M ME A BEAT BUNNV.' EASIEST BIN OF ALL TO ERECT! • Stop in soon, while we still have famous -SIOUX- Steel groin bins ! DISTRIBUTOR Blytheville Soybean Corp, ISflO West Main—Ulythcvillc Plumes (ISSfi & 1)857 How Fast Do You Drive? It may l>e that yon don't really know—ynur speedometer can he defective. And THAT'S dangerous t Let us check it tomorrow. We Rive 1-Day Service nn Speedometer Repair for all makes of cars und trucks. Then you'll KNOW how fast you drive! T. !. SEAY MOTOR CO. Chryslcr-Pljmnulh Dealer 121 E. Main Phone 2122 s bat idle in his hand, gaining iced. Into the grancsiand lane ow, getting bigger, the hoof-lhun- er louder, the stride all out. John- forgot his troubles for the mo- ent, and the watch in his hand, as ic colt hammered by. This' was the one for the Fu- urity, all right. The judge and Kovalt were •alking toward the slablos, usly brought Challenger over to ic fence and he was grinning, Well—?" Johnny nodded. "I wish Adonis ad his heart." Back a i the stablos, a little itcr, Nystrom said. "The vet says .donis is sound as a ucil. It's all etween his cars." Johnny wasn't listening. He aid. "Judge Garry's here— with ova It.'' Nysirom frowned. Johnny's smile was bitter "He's ol a (riemi ol GooJiiue's. c's a fnetid of Kovalt's. too SUU hink he gave you good advice csterday?" Nystrom nodded. "There's never ecu any doubt iu my [imul about udge Garry." r ^\N Saturday, they had entries in only two of the chcup rates, n the third, the Hamilton entry vas a lilly nnmed Melody Mel- idy, to Johnny, looked like a sure hunch bet. When the mutuels >pcncd, he laiii three hundred across the board, a hundred each Carol was at (he window with :im, and when she sitw the money, icr eyes wont wide. It's the only way 1 can enough ditrios to pay U.e notes," ,ie explained to hor. ' She couldn't, in her feminine way, understand lluit, drppitc explanations. To her, p.imU was losing, mil \vmning. Even fact that Melody won. and pr.ic olT seven, four and thit'C, didn'1 change that. C a rol s-a id, " J c h in i y, I \v i ,-t- you'd promise me one thing. Dun'1 bet. You'll got the mnr.f:y. 1 kuuw everything's going ;o be all right Hut don't bet." He grinned at her. "Nuthine but cinches. That's not helling; ihat'j just a fasl investment" (To Be Continued)

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