The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 17, 1954 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 17, 1954
Page 13
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FRIDAY. DECEMBER, IT, 1964 OUR BOARDING HOUSI — with Major Hoople BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THIRTEEN oo w* axfcse-ws LIIOC .1* LCTO&— I'VeMADSYBUR STORE A MBCfA F0« - ,_. ALL TUB WAR Um.6 60SUH4* IN ^ IMC, PuF ^.^f^ T£D *]KtC>VlKl"~IS Llkt A CAIS6 -~ OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams ALL OFF-HE CANT HAVE LiRO TOE FLAME FOR ME' ANYMORE, JUNE / ITS SPUTTERED I K-NlTEO FDR SUPPER. TOMI6l-tr— I TOLD HIM WF WERE HAWS LAMB STEW. MASHED POTAToeS CARROTS, OLIVES, BRAN MUFRMS — I'D SAY He's STILL CARK.YINI6 THE TOKOJ,, HILDA/ CREAM PIE oo HE SHOW THE SLI6HTKT INTEREST IN COMIN6- Television - Tonight, Tomorrow - WMCT Channel S, & WHBQ Channel 13 WMCT Channel & Friday Night, Dec. 17 6.00 Evening Serenade 6:15 News Reporter 6:30 Eddie Fisher 6:45 Newa Caravan 7:00 Jack Carson Show 7:30 Life of Rlley 8:00 Big Story • 8:30 Gene Autry B:00 Cavalcade of Sports 9:45 Sports Spotlight 10:00 Lorem ^oung 10:30 Mews 10:40 Weather 10:45 Muslcfil Varletie* 11:00 Tonight 12:00 Sign Off Saturday, Dec. 18 9:00 Happy FeUons Spotlight Gang 9:30 Paul Wlnchell & 10:00 10:30 11:00 12:00 12:30 1:30 1:45 2:00 Jerry Mahoney Funny Boners Pride of the Southland Western Slim Rhodes Rough Riders Flicker Comics Paratroopers NBA Pro Basketball Game New York at Milwaukee Tennessee Outdoor! Matinee Varieties Raw Deal (feature) My Little Margie It's A Great Life Lone Ranger Mlcfeey Rooney Place the Face Max Llebmnn Presents "Babei in Toyland" Hit Parade 10:00 City Ceiceilve 10:30 The Vise 11:00 Play Marker 12:00 Sign Off WHBQ Channel IS Friday Night," Dec. IT 6:00 Hartoontlme 6:15 Weather 6:20 News 6:25 Do You Know Why 6:30 Doug Edwards 6:45 Perry Como 7:00 Annie Oakley T-.30 Ray BolRer 8:00 Pepsi Cola Playhousa 8:30 Our Mies Brooks 9:00 The Line Up 9:30 December Brid« 10:05 Weather 10:10 News 10-20 Late Show Saturday, December IS 9:15 Topn 9:30 Wlnky Dink * You 10:00 Captain Midnight 10:30 Abbott. <fc Coatello 11:00 Big Top 12:00 Barker Bill 12:15 Smilin' Ed McConnell 12:45 Western Theatre 2:00 Western Thefttre 3:00 Early Show 4-30 Tennessee Jambore* 5:00 Stu Krwln 5-30 Bent the clock 6:00 TBA 6.15 Weather 6:20 News 6:30 Ozzle &• Harriet 7:00 Jackie Oleason B'OO Two for the Money 8:30 Favorite Husband 9:00 That's My Boy 10:00 Masquerade Party 10:30 Late Show At The End of Your Rope? When Aches & Pains and winter Colds make you feel at the end of your rope . . . Try Bob's Gypsy Rub Liniment HAMBURGERS For Your Protection, Our hamburger Patties Are Prepared and Delivered Frozen By a Nationally Known Government Inspected Meat Packing Plant. A Warm Well-Seasoned Bun enhances the Wholesome deliciousness of this Pure Hamburger. KREAM KASTLE DRIVE IN Division & Walnut Phone 3-8051 IN THE CIRCUIT COUBT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Universal C.I.T. Credit Corporation, Pltf. vs. No. 4,133 Barbara Evans, Barney Payne, and Mrs. Barney Payne, Dfts. WARNING O K D E B The defendant, Barbara Evans, is hereby warned to appear in this court within 30 days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Universal C.I.T. Credit Corporation, and upon her failure so to rjo, said complaint will be taken as confessed. Witness my hand as Clevk of the Circuit Court of the Chickasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas, and the seal of said court, this 9th day of December, 1954. SEAL OERALDINE USTOK. Clerk. By OPAL DOYLE, D. C. Held It Burge, Attys. for Pltf. James W. Stelnstek, Atty. Ad Litem. 12/10-17-24-31 Mary Garden, famous opera star, was born in Aberdeen, Scotland. XXXIII /"•RAIN was puzzled, but he had ^ learned long ago to conceal uncertainty. "This brought you :back to New York?" "In a way. What Tm after is someone to sponsor a telecast of the Grand Opening, with Philip Kirby acting as M.C. With his publicity and current popularity •we'd have the whole country watching that show. But that's Just part of a bigger picture, of course. I've been thinking a lot ( about a new television program ibased on American folklore, us- :ing the opening of Dead Man's 1 Gulch as the first shot ot the (campaign." •American folklore," Crain .jeid thoughtfully. Greg pushed aside his coffee ;Cup and leaned forward. He was ,so absorbed in his idea that he (was only vaguely conscious of "Grain. "Loek," he said eagerly, '"no one is really selling Amer- jica these days. It's a tremendous field with • excitement and glamor." I Crain studied him with more (interest than he had ever dis- j played. "Who's idea is this?" I "Partly mine," Greg said. ("Partly a guy who's traveling with us, fellow with a real flair for selling." "You know," Crain said unexpectedly. "In a lot of ways you arc quite changed." I On the contrary, it was Crain .who had changed. There was nothing particularly forbidding • about him; just a harmless, cau- • tious guy trying to make a buck, | Greg thought. "This man Daggett—" Crain Ipushcd back his chair and lifted his liqueur glass absently, set it down again—"seems to have made quite an impression on you." To his amazement, Greg re- •lized that Crain was » trifle jtalou*. Hi* mlnded that someone else had so much Influence on him. "I've learned a lot from him," Greg said, and knew that it was true. "He's understanding and—I don't know—mellow, I guess, is as good a word as any." "Your mother has . a 1 w a y s grieved because we haven't always hit it off as well as we might." Grain turned his liqueur glass without looking up. He was embarrassed. "Another generation isn't easy to understand and sometimes people conceal their potentialities. No hard feelings, I hope." "None at all." "Whom are you planning to see about this idea ol yours?" • • * . /"*REG took his time selecting a , cigaret and he was entertained when Horace Crain, for the first time in his lite, hastened to light it for him. "I don't like to be mysterious, sir, but I'm afraid I can't an- il swer that. What with the most influential men in the state backing this, thing; Wade Daggett's money behind it; the publicity value of. Philip Kirby—aside from the fact that we've got something as American as doughnuts to sell—you can see why I don't want to talk." Crain was drooling. "You may have something, Greg, but you don't know business methods There is a lot more involved than fresh ideas. Ideas are a dime a dozen,' You are inexperienced and you could lose everything you've got on this. I admit I am rather hurt that you didn't come to me for advice." "My ideas haven't met with a lot of approval from you In the past," Greg said bluntly. "For your mother's sake I'd like to see you get i break on this thing." Something In Greg's expression made him stop. "This is a business deal. No charity involved. If you want to put is yaui bid Uut'i fie* wilt me. But there is no other basis for discu." ion." 'That is hardly a friendly spirit" "Sorry. Actually, I don't !eel at all unfriendly." Greg was surprised to discover that this waa true. • • • TPELEGRAM to Wade Daggett, •*• Dead Man's Gulch, North Dakota: fR.UX BUYING THE PRO- (7RA.M AND TECHNICIANS ON THJ71R WAY STOP KIRBV H-IRBD AS M C AND RliPERT AS WHATHAVEVOU STOP TRAINS COMING OUT FOR GRAND OPKSING STOP SO ARE f R E S S PHOTOG RA - PHKRS STOP PUT IN CASH KEOIKTF.R YOU'RE GOING TO NEED IT OPERATION FOLKLORE IS IN THE BAG. Daggett read the telegram aloud to Kirby, Rupert and Hannah. Then he leaned back on his pillows and laughed. Rupert sat coking at the open door of heaven. Kirby danced .Hannah :he length of the bedroom and then led her outside. 'Now that I'm on the payroll again, I've got something to say to you." His puckish face was more sober than she had ever seen it. "I want to marry you, Hannah. I can give you an interesting life with a lot of glamor in it, if you want glamor; and plenty of domesticity, if that's what you want. I'd do my best." Tentatively his arms went around her. "You're the sweetest thing I ever saw and I love you very much." Hannah slipped out of his embrace and for a moment.tht radiance in her face misled him. "Thank you," she began and Kirby's impudent nose wrinkled with amusement. "You're welcome," he assured her. "I mean—thank you for telling me you love me. It's a great deal to know a man can love me." "How about you? M . She shook her he«d. "I can't Philip. I can't." "Is it Seaver?" She nodded. Kirby studied her face. 1 would," he said bitterly, "pick out a girl who doesn't want me. At least—if you ever ehangt your mind, I'll be waiting." (It B* r«i|iau«<| SHOPPERS SPECIALS! FRESH HEN EGGS (Not Pullets) . 3 '119 . doz. I 13 Apples bu. $2.49 Oranges 5 Ib. bag 29c APPLES 2 490 Fink Meat Grapefruit 6 for 25c Assorted Xmas Candy Ib. 25e Grapefruit 8 Ib. bag 39c Water Type Tree Stand 98e ALL TOYS REDUCED Select your tree from the largest slock of Xmas trees In town. We also have silver trees. Open Til' 10 p.m. Nightly Blytheville Curb Market 130 East Main FOR SALE AMMONi"M NITRATE We have available for Immediate delivery 33% Ammonium Nitrate at a Reduced Price through December 31»t. Will load trucks from 8 to 5 except Saturday and Sunday. Henderson Seed Co. Hwy. 61 South Phone PO. 2-2860 HESTER'S BEST GRADE Per TON IPl«i T»* on Z T«n< or Morel S. Highway 61 Phone I'Oplar 3-3186 •Imagine the boss telling me if I had to whistle I should hire Carnegie hall! Who ever heard of whistling solos there?" W» can't leave him outjthere—he'll fr»«ze!" IT WOULD BE FUNNY, NOW, IF THAT YOUNG 6U«O DIDN'T STEP ON IT A BIT. THEY USUALLY LKE TO SHOW THElK GXL FRIENDS WHM THOSE FOK6N SPEEO 6UGSIES CAN DO/ ... OUT I DO CAR5 FOR VOU A LOT, 5WOOKS--MORE. THAN I HAVE ANY SIGHT TO/ I'M STOPPING FOU A MINUTE WHILE I \SK YOU ONE QUESTION, JENNY. LET ME HAVE IT STRAIGHT... DO VDU CASE FOK ME OR HAVE I BEEN __ T--I KNOW I'M CKAZY/ ,, t AViAKNINS \OCETELLS *\ ME IM DOINSWBOHS...^ i* IP ONLY MR. HOOPER WOULD RETIRE, I'D BE DEPARTMENT MANAGER! I THINK EVERY MAN OVER 65 SHQULD QUIT WORKINS-! POP! DON'T TALK LlK| JMAT!^ )A 5Kgw...Rrrl cotg'T Isee A-~TH/»T CAR SE- jHINPME/BETTER FULL IOVEK...MUST SE A 'CIVILWM CftUSHT Off 6UACT7, JOHN /MOLTSV F*JPS HIMSELF THE PWSOWEK OF HOMICII7E PETECTIV6&.. THIS IS APSUIW/I JVOU'ire A MATERIAL WIT- '' MAV HAVE SEEM /uess, «OLTBV, ApputHewrec EXCEEPIM6 THE \ WHILE CROSSES TH6 STATE AIT gin- I LINE IW VIOLATION/ OF THE ' J PA& OKPEK/J $ BERT MJO I.HWE LIVED ,,-, H6KE FOR YEARS, MID WEU MAY ANP I HMEMTI JUST NOW GETTIU6 OUT TO SEEM 6M:H OTHER V 1KB STATUE Of ' "—••"•' SWCE COLLE6B OKI' WA.6H! ^SSMm NO, CN50L,.. I HM/6 T W 5P SORRY, WAV! WO CHILDREN. I'LL I'D FOftSOTTEN NEVER HW/E MY I WHAT THE DOCTORS OF MY OWN! A 5WO ^FTER IKE CAR NXIDENT M SCHCX3L DO VOU HW/E CHILDREM HOW UICE H^PPENED TO PICK TOPfcY! ttV, WHW FIWE .„ fr'RECKON THbVX" ^S*"-NAiji' ^SEE.I NEVER\DONT KNCfo>/1 ^rn T ME F Tr AHH;XTVOJGHT TH' ) WE ONLY ( BUT TO HtMroo.', f DAWN AT\ MOOVIWS'D \SOT WREE\ WITH IT...1 M [ LAST.' fTV^ RADIATOR WORK • Boiled Out • Repaired • Flo Tested • Re-cored ALL WORK GUARANTEED GROVER'S RADIATOR WORKS SM Cl. Ukl Aft. Pho, 3-4911 §

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