The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 7, 1954 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 7, 1954
Page 13
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FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1954 _ OUR BOARDING HOUSE — with Major HoopU BLT THE r ILLS (AM.) COURIER NEW! PAGE THIRTEEN lf u mr^wwAtnc* 8ETT«« CO TOO THf /MMOSTAL HAffRV SOT THEIR -« VA«DOM AMD , •OM-SM KAY W0« ? T*,5 ^ A «D*ft I* *J A •POT WITH THe>* CEAl IT WILL NVENTQR •si A SPOT/ IPXOUR INVENTION IS OVER INVCNTION I* 6OCO TH6V «OT A GUY MM TMClft LOOK LlhCC A MODEL Ft>*«W<5 NEXT TO L60LLIVAM WITH MAINS THAN 3HAFT-I MAD€ AMOOKL AW -- HIS HEAP OR8LSE IKE HORSC WATCH- INfi TMAT STROLL PAST/; THE STALCMXTE mt >r m» fc^> )•. r. n im. M. C^To.; IM NOT so SURE—- WEVF ALWAYS USED UNDERSIZED AMP STRETCHED THEM ONTO TMe WONT HURT ID 6IVR "EM Alter, PAL/ "This is the third fight you've had in two weeks— spring weather must be getting into your blood!** THESE AEE BI66EK THAN CUP OLD TIKES, . BUT TMEY'LL WORK' Look—Uncle Bob has a convertible top!" TWANkSTOYOUtZSkHLL IN NO \NONDO?MDUSWOOCD».\DU wwy *M ML IN ONE PIECE... Ifo GJZKFEFUL/ HOLDN60UTPEAl.(SOOO...WAMr TOkNOWWHY? vou DON'T ooeo BAD VOBSELK*. ASWDOMA.WETUILL ISATOUGW Television — Tonight, Tomorrow — WMCT Channel 5, & WHBQ Channel 13 WMCT Channel 6 Friday Night, May J 6:00 Dennis Day 6:30 Life of Riley 7:00 Big Story 7:30 Matt Clark: RR Dec. 8:00 Cavalcade of Spts. 8:45 Greatest Fights 9:00 Letter to Loretta ,' 9:30 News i. 9:45 Clete Roberts 10 :00 To be announced 10:30 News 10:40 Weather 10:45 Hollywood Movie 11:45 Sign Oft Saturday, May 8 9:15 News & Meditation »:30 10:00 10:30 11 :00 11:30 12:00 11:25 J : QO 3:30 430 5-30 6:00 6:30 7 :00 8:30 9:00 10:00 11:00 11:10 12:05 Western Feature Captain Midnight Pride of the South Mr. Wizard Quiz 'em on tht Air Young Artist* Detroit at Chicago Cowboy Q-Men Super Circus Ole Miss Opera Lone Ranger Spike Jones Amateur Hour Show of Shows Hit Parade Wrestling Feature News Amateur Night Sign Off WHBQ II Friday Night, May 7 6:00 Mama 6:30 Topper 7:00 Ozzie and Harriet 7:30 Our Mitt Boroks 8:00 My Friend Irma 8:30 Suspense 9:00 The Goldberg! 9:30 TBA 10:00 Weather 10:05 News 10:15 Do You Know Why 10:20 Late Show Saturday, May I 8:45 Tops 9:00 Winkle Dink 8:30 Bod Brown 10:00 Big Top 11:00 Flash Gordon 11:30 Western Theater 12:00 Western Theater 1:00 Western Theater 2:00 Western Theater 3:00 Western Theater 3:45 Rotomagician 4:00 Johnny Jupiter 4:30 Xarly Show 5:30 Beat the Clock 6:00 Jackie Gleason 7:00 Two for the Money 7:30 Favorite Husband 8:00 That's My Boy 8:30 Name's the Same 9:00 Wrestling 10:00 Weather 10:05 News 10:15 Le.te Show Clearer and faster pictures of the starg now can be made by a method that combines electronics and photography, presenting astronomers with a new, sensitive tool for their study of the heavens. See the new - "KING" COTTON CHOPPER 2 Row Chopper—can be adjusted to fit any width row and most any tractor* ^b ~^^k ,^^>. .^^h. .^K. ^^. ONLY Ask For Free Demonstration Byrum Imp. Co. 114-118 E. Main Phone 3-4404 De-/cer Deve/oped LONDON (>P)—A British firm has developed ft surface heater de-icing system lor planes which can be applied by spray-gun. A coating of insulating material is iprayed MI parts requiring protecting. A thin layer of metal is sprayed on next. This i« the heater element. It is covered with another spray^of insulator. . \ Terminals and leads connect the j plane's electrical system *• the; heater element. WE BUY USED FURNITURE PHONE 3-3122 Wade Furn. Co Ole Hickory Inn 7tT W. All Siiet Budor Porch Shades S FT. to 12 FT. Hubbard & Son FURNITURE TV-RADIO s More Than 20 Years Training and Experience. Factory Service Guarantee on All Makes. Blyttteville Sales Co. I Felix Carney, Mgr. 109 E. Main Ph. 3-3616 Bwinft, Slides, Band Boxes and Monkey Climbs THB STORYj Lenny • D»hl- fltrom, bride of Tom Da bin from, feel* thnt she cannot win Ike approval of her mother-in-law with whom the young couple live*. Therefore, nn opportunity to become a •nhftlltme teacher nt the hljrh school In the \Viscon- nin town nonr the OnhlNtrom fnrtn come* n« a welcome chance to he ntrny from iinplcn.tiint .iur- roundi*s;a si few hours A Any. XII ,p ECALLING how practice teaching detightfu had been Elaine was eager to arrive at the school and begin the afternoon Her eagerness soared higher when Mr. Conners led her into the modern sewing room, where she 'her into the sterile-white kitchen on the second floor of the new addition lo the school building. Miss Erickson turned from the •dishwasher when they entered 'She wasn't much older than Elaine, slender, blonde and as iharried looking as Mr. Conners. Her eyes sparkled, nonetheless, when she acknowledged the in- •troduction. "Welcome to Rude- villt High," she said, without pausing to take a breath. "Especially to th« home ec department. It's atl yours, believe me. I prefer Shakespeare to crepes suzette, even though my student! don't. I'm glad Mr. Dahlstrom brought you home in tim« to save the future homemakers of Rud«vill«. .Just call m« Marion." Elaine liked her immediately. "My first nam« is Elaine," she "Frienda call you 'Lenny, 1 I suppose." Elaine nodded. "We probably will attain that stage of mutual regard quickly," she said, indicating the clutter of unwashed pots and pans, "it 1 relieve you of this." Marion slipped oft her pjastic apron and held it out "We could. The students are beginning to get ahead of me. Your next class it at two. Sewing. Mrs. Farrell's schedule is oosted upstairs. I. mvself. wouirt welcome any ?ug- which comes off in two and a half weeks. I'm supposed to teach the local young belle* and benedicts how to dance. Imagine that! Mrs. Conners made some fresh coffee for th« staff before she left. See you later." She was gone befort Elaine could say another word. She stood there listening until the after-lunch silence of the high school swallowed the sound of Mr. Conners' and Marion's retreating footsteps. • • * "THE school had been built on A the edge of the village at the foot of the highest hill in the area. Years ago, the woodsman's ax had bypassed a few insignificant pines. Now, their great branches were like multiple arms of towering sentinels outspread to protect the long, easy-rising slopes that seemed to lead up to the free air of heaven. Elaine closed her eyes and she was 18 again and giddy with her winged climb up to the crest of the hill. Here dreams were reality. She could feel herself at the university; she dared imagine herself one day mistress of some rich farm land like the Dahl- stroms' that undulated away from the other side of the hiU;. or a teacher in the high school on this side. The blue jay perched on the limb of the maple tree outside prattled saucily at her and she opened her eyes. Chidinf her roundly for wasting precious mo- menta in reverie, he flew away, feathers a streak of gaudy blue in the sunlight. Elaine laughed at the impu- Dahlstrcftn's presence couldnt invade her work and make her feel ineffectual and stupid. By 4 o'clock, Elaine was numb with fatigue. Closing the door of the sewing room, she leaned against it. The muffled thunder of feet scurrying ^down the wide stairs on either*end of the assembly room to the exits was like a harmonious ending to a three-hour symphony that otherwise had been harsh and strident. She was sure she couldn't last through tomorrow and Friday to a relaxing weekend, let alone two weeks or more after that CHE was conscious of the knob ^ turning and someone pushing at the door. She stood aside arjd Marion entered. Perching on a work table, she crossed her shapely legs and studied Elaine. "Lenny, you look done in. Please tell me that you'll try to stick it out until Mrs. Farrell gets back." The Courier News Is authorized to announce the following candidate for the Preferential Primary July 27. For State Representative DtiseiMippi County H. ft (Buddy; Howard Elaine sensed the same lengt that had been in chal- Mrs. Dahlstrom's voice when she offered to make doughnuts. But Marion had called her "Lenny." So far, Mrs. Dahlstrom had called even that seemed to stick in her throat Elaine forced her lips up at the corners. "Well," she admitted, "I don't exactly feel like dancing. Wait until I'm Sroken in though. I'll caper about thusly. Letting her feet flutter back and forth to a quick tap- step, she glided past Marion, stopped and made her an exaggerated bow, the surprise As she giggled at on Marion's face. Once more her whole body vibrated with a matchless thrill of rapturt at the ever-present thought of Tom rushed to the 'oreground of her mind. She was doubly blessed. Not only did she have Tom, but for • ftw weeks t least, by a quirk of fate, she was going to teach in her sec- geiUoo tor UM mmcuroi tDow i otMiftxy tiOsi OkftMr. Here, MM.) some of her tiredness slipped away. Marion gasped as though she didn't quite believe it "Where did you learn to dance?" "My dad. He could do all the corny ones. T)i* Highland Fling. Irish hop. Soft shoe. Jig. for laughs, you know* "Corny!" Marion exclaimed "You ungrateful daughter CM you do them all?" Elaine cocked her h*»d and i M -»e d her lips uncertainly. •Well NOTICE For Rotary Hoe, Culti-Pack- er. Planters, Spray Equipment, Seed Corn, Hy-Brid cotton seed, Storage Bins— Anything In Farm Equipment Bought from us will be a Savings to You. HARDY Sales & Service 70S Clear Lake Are. Ph. 3-6978 NEED PAINT? We can Save You Money Pittsburg Standard Outside White 3.49 Sunbrtte Outside White 1.95 Abo In Putel Shades ROSE SALESCO 501 S. 21 St. I'LL NEAR MY NAME SHOUTED (jRACIOUS. 1 I DIDN'T EXPECT TO HEAR IT SOOV/ YES, PRISCILLA, SOME DAY I'LL BE A CELEBRATED BALLET DANCER! HBRg'5 GOT LUNCH, E*5Y. I SUBSTITUTED FROM THE BOTTLE THE PAMTR.V W\V TO SEE E' WITH "EM 16- TO IT5H0ULDW, SV NOW IF AMY PKU3 HAP UN THEC IMV STOP >OUR FRETTIN; >OUVE NAUfiHT TO FEAR..AFTER Ml, M/ FElEMD, I'M AM ENGINEER WHO AT SALVAGES MORSES NO PEER/SO NOW I WILL TAk£ OVER'HERE/ NO,BUT I'LL WATCH POI? TMBVS '//WILE I'M CtfANINS.' I S-SUC5S 1 WA\MM, I'M ou?<SAMcy SITTIN'A is OPP> <Y PULSATION BU6S.' H PSQMTH'QL 1 r SOYS , I'M \ I COULPN'T FINP TWE / PINJS PONS/ THESE Mief?Of?S O'VEZS ACT wcewN 1 OUT SWELL! Ul 5 t£ Ul X eft I

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