The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 23, 1954 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 23, 1954
Page 11
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BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE ELITE* OUR BOARDING HOUSE — with Major Hoop!* Bv J. R. Williams THAT'S NOTHIW.' WHEN ROCKET6 6ETFLVWTO , AAASS THEY'LL \ HOW THE MIC3HTY FALLEN)/ TH' MIGHTY 37?e AS P(?OUD C» IT AS /A .210 < BATTER OF A £ALL4. J IF MR. P0POVER IX YOU SPLIT THE -6WAS ? ,W6'g£ ALL $0 DP ABOUT 1HC6E TV SOJMD MACHINES V0)'f?£ HATCH(MS, £DST£R DP FOR VOO IT'S THE CATS /KEOW, AS YOU CAM OP THE VOICE/ 6O REALISTIC ALMOST 6LANJCES DOWN) TO 6EE IF TASSV IS RG8- glhi6 HERSELF ASAINiST OrtE'£ A BETTER WAY THAN .THAT TO COME BACK AFTER GOTTEN TOOLS: TH BUM AM THEY HAVE TO HAUL UP TOOLS BY HANP WITH A LITTLE ROPE.' Nxf^TEz ANP pree. THE ow TUE'rAME fOZCE THAT £POU6HT ME UP POTEHTIAL.ON /MC^E POWEf&UL "*- THAN &ZAV\TV ITSELF... T*kYft!*n — Tonight Tomorrow — WMCT Channel S, & WHBQ Channel 13 WMCT Channel S 9:30 10:00 Friday Night, April 23 10:30 6:00 Evening Serenade 11:00 «:15 N«wt Reporter H:30 «:30 BddU Fisher 12:00 «:45 Newi Caravan 12:30 7:00 Dennis Day 135 T:30 Life of Rlley 3:30 8:00 Big Story 4:30 8:30 Century Xpics 5:00 8:00 Cavalcade of Sport* 5:30 9:45 Greatest Fights 6:00 10:00 Lorett* Young 6:30 10:30 Newt 7:00 10:40 Weather 7:30 10:« TV Theatre 8:00 1'1:45 Sign Oil " 9:30 Saturday, April 24 10:00 • : 15 News & Meditation 11:00 Ed McConnell Captain Midnight Pride of Southland Film Feature Quiz; 'em on the Air cowboy G-Men To be announced Baltimore at Chic. Super Circus High School Band To be announced My Little Margie To be announced Lone Banger Spike Jones Amateur Hour Show of Shows Hit Parade Wrestling News & Weather 11:10 Amateur Night 10:00 12:05 Sign Off 10:30 WHBQ Channel 13 11:00 Friday Night, April 23 12:00 6:00 Western Theater 1:00 C:30 News 2:00 8:45 Perry Como 3:00 7:00 Mama 4:00 7:30 Topper 4:30 8:00 Ozzie and Harriet 5:45 8:30 Our Mis s Brooks 5:50 8:00 My Friend Irma 6:00 9:30 Suspense 6:30 10:00 Weather 7:00 10:05 News . 8:00 10:15 Do You Know Why 8:30 10:20 Wrestling 9:00 11:15 Late Show 9:30 Saturday, April 24 10:00 1:45 Tops 11:00 Winkle Dinfc Rocket Ranger Big Top Western Theater Western Theater Western Theater Western Theater Johnny Jupiter Early Show Weather News Dr. I. Q. Beat the Clock Jackie Gleason Two for the Money Favorite Husband That's My Boy. Name's the Same Wrestling Late Show Modern astronomers agree there are 88 constellations. that D1LIVERY SERVICE Phone 3-4507 Bonn: 8 *.m. to 10 p.m. with DeliTery to 7 pja. WOODS DRUG STORE Wl WMt Main St. Lawns Mowed Cowpkte Mainttnanet — SERVICE— H«df • trimmtaf, Beddtof, , Pruning, Fertfliiinf. Coll 3-8822 Blythevifle Nursery RELIABLE— CAR SERVICE -SPENDABLE I Battery Service Lion Oil Products • Tire Repair •Road Service • Lubrication • Washing Experienced Personnel To Serve You. Can and Truck* Called for and Delivered. All Vehicles Fully Insured While in Our Care. WILSON AUTO SERVICE A*h A Second Andy Moses, Mgr. Phone 2-2611 GOING FISHING? See Eddie For Refreshments BEER — BY BOTTLE OR CASE Nationally Advertised Liquors FISH TALES TOLD HER! (Lies Accepted) < Eddie's Liquor Star* and Billiard Parlor 122 East Main Moved to New Location On Highway 61 —OPEN FOR BUSINESS— • Mattrew Renovating: of AH Types ' • Furniture Upholstery • Tailored Seat Covers • Head Liningr • Door Panels Covered • Truck and Bus Seats Repaittdt FREE Pickup and Delivery Smith Mattress & Upholstery Co. Phone 3-4293 O ig Gnougk^ [Copyright »954 by ^4EA Service. Inc. ^ ~^J?±L&*--±--> I T HE path arched into the lon shadow of the stately old white house. In spite of the gentle warmth of Indian summer, Elaine shivered as though suddenly an icy wind rushed across the fields from the flame-colored hills. Involuntarily, her feet lagged. She grasped Tom's hand more firmly, but with strange perversity the tender, answering pressure of his strong fingers seemed to crush the last fragment of her courage. He slackened his pace, too, and [glanced down at her question- Sngly. An odd expression slashed across Mt open, weather-bronzed face and the muecles along his square jaw set defiantly. Then fois clear blue eyes softened. Hia thin lips curved into the smile that, until now, had made everything else seem unimportant. "It might b« a little rough at first, Lenny," he admitted. "But Ma is swelL Really swell. Ever since father died, she's been trying to marry me off. Long before Korea, even. Once she gets over the suddenness of it all. . ." His smile flattened out and his words trailed off, as though he, tor 'ondered how long it would take. The knowledge that had darted in and out of al! her thoughts ever since Tom had come back to her screamed in her mind once more. Yes, your mother wanted you to marry. But she had chosen Astrid Nelson for you. Astrid Nelton, of the Nelsons, who farm 380 acres down In tht coulee on -the other side of those beautiful wooded hills. Your mother wilij *Cl*ine flensed * certain wonder in his voice when he added to his mother, "My wife." loved the Norway sh« had often visited as a child more than her home in Wisconsin, she was considered overvain of her background. Yes, indeed, her parents were Norwegian nobility. They were not luckless fishermen or tillers of barren soil to whom, in their despair, the new country beckoned as a place where a man could make a decent living. Yet, as though nobility must always seek its proper level above its own kind, the Amund- sens had settled among these fishermen and hard-s c r a b b 1 e farmers. Signe Amundsen would never have married anyone but a man of Norwegian descent. Torvald Dthlitrom certainly was that. Of course, Clem Alien was fine for a partner at a country barn dance or a basket social. Sign* had been five JPMTI mar- j Dahlstrom would notice her, much less speak, was even more astounding than the fact that she was actually enrolled at the University of Wisconsin. All her vitality seemed to ebb away under his gaze. Her books would have fallen from her grasp if he hadn't taken them from her. She was certain he heard the turbulent pounding-of her heart. Shame at her lack of poise sent waves of hot blood to her cheeks Certainly, he must be inwardly laughing at her. But, with the inherent kindness that was one of his most lovable qualities, he kept his eyes on the gold- crowned elms above them until her blush subsided. A few minutes later he was studying her over the rim of a cofTee mug in tho Ratr'-ellar The smile glowing subtly in his blu* All Sires Budor Porch Shades 3 FT. to 12 FT. Hubbard & Son FURNITURE Political Announcement The Courier News is authorized to announce the following candidate for the Preferential Primary July 27. For State Representative Mississippi County H. H. (Buddy? Howard NOTICE Open 24 Hours a Day Except Sunday For Rotary Hoe, Culti-Pack- er, Planters, Spray Equipment, Seed Corn, Hy-Brid cotton seed, Storage Bins— Anything In Farm Equip- i ment Bought from us will [ be a Savings to You. HARDY Sales & Service 705 Clear Lake Ave, Ph. 3-6978 HEADQUARTERS FOR PLAY EQUIPMENT Swings, Slides, Sand Boxes and Monkey Climb* Hubbard Hardware NEED PAINT? We can Save You Money Pittsburg Standard Outside White 3.49 Sunbrite Outside White 1.95 Also In Pastel Shades ROSE SALES CO 501 S. 21 St. - BUT W»TM HIM BEING SO OF MV SPORT CAR I FEAR TWIS IS PRACTICAL WAY OF TAKIM* LEAVI "* BY JOV6 / I'VE RATMER UMOeRESTIMATBD DEAR OLD UNCLE LUCIUS/ WHAT AN EXTRAORDNAftY FELLOW./ 'You're only a little underweight, my good man—I wish you'd prescribe a diet for me!" <2«? . f». Rtf. tt. S. P»V OB. 9 -f-^-,3 - >-.C««r 1»»4by NCA KEtTW/I EETUeWtO'SK'TWE NWDSWD SUE SAW TWEU HOVE A. LITTLE WUtllE/J CUSU OUT C^CCN'IMt? SUIT„ \6OXND FOUND A. MOTE 4 CASES/I k'KlEW I SMQUtOMt IN FCi,NJC!Efe COQWTEL.UN6Y UXVC TRUSTED THAT FELLOW/ ME SUE A.WD CWA-K'W 4>CE < """ HELL07YES, UC.CCA-ME-- 6ETT1M6 MX2C1ED/ <•»•», =-t >-c-.-'-.-. • •"•: - • i>Vi : ' •- •- -a>~^a-f ( COURT?? -—'I THOUGHT THAT'S WHERE TAKE SOMEBODY BEFORE HE JAIL THOSE WERE TAKEN IN THE DAYS WHEN DADDY CAME TO COURT ME! DIFFERENT PAMiL« PLACE LI6WT OVW HBZE IW HER. MILK TO INSURE TW! HAYEMT 'IM SINCE YOUP BOILED KINFOLK WOULD KING GUZ I WHEN WE BRING HIS ARMY / FOUND >OU'D UPHEREP ^i WALKED UP TO THIS PLACE. , I :'N HEAte TH' RUNNIN'.. SO NO FUNNY STUFF.' ^\V)tt006V\VV,?>\W,f\KlD fT ON*

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