The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 28, 1954 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 28, 1954
Page 11
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TUESDAT, DECEMBER, 28, 19B4 BLTTHEYILLB (ARK.)' COOTIER NEWS PAGE ELEVEN OUR BOARDING HOUSE — with Major Hooplt OEM'S TRULY HOLIDAY VlOCDS, , FSAO lASOtA/Vm LOO* Asi* 161 "^ MAJOR/ WHEN >&UR SIFT ~oMi_^,OM^-TO.* TWw'L-LfK M^V. Aop|^cf\ -f TJ-iJOFt"} A /MEETING IF SAWTA WAS Y0L>£ FAVOCrre) ni?MVr>ouik)O ai)B-~ei_lrJ IT lk\(~l f- J t- I )M * TV n Vfc?l_i -^A ^^ w't/MINt^ LLUD r**", KLT** 1,1 ?cv-ti\ic. -rue *i ITTI x T/'V-'JCL^^L Ur ID MC-* 6ILL6 THAM «?U KlM ? MA LED «)2 HA^fpc/V^TUFF- IN A P6LKWS MOOF/- t /K^ILeD VpOt-HAk^AFF/,^ „ , D)5 A(?£ A EEAL ccot-ViXESe, COULD 5XPf?SSS MV ESTEEM. FOR YOO.' OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Willlami THEM VCU WILL BC A POPE/HE'LL WALK ACROSS ASAlk) TO PROVE IT AMP WE'LL, HAVE TO RESCUE HIM AWP BUILPAFIRETO PRY US ALL--LET WELL EMOOSH AL0N6.' H6'» MAKHO* US LOOK LIKE AI.L-TW WAV AROUWCV HEA.WPE IT ACROSS THAT RUBBER ICE BUT (T W»S JUST LUCK.' I'M UO COPE. AMP I'M 6OOWATEI.L HIM SO. PLAYIWG IT SAFE PEMEMBER-THE SOM&S WE USED TO 5IKJ6 IW THAT OLO I THEM BARBER \ MONTI- Television — Tonight, Tomorrow — WMCT Channel 5, & WHBQ Channel 13 WMCT Channel 5 Tuesday Night, Dec 28 6:00 Evening serenade 6:15 News Reporter 6:30 Dinah Shore 6:45 News Caravan 7:00 Milton Berle 8:00 Fireside Theatri 8:30 Circle Theatre 8:00 Truth or Consequence* 8:30 The Falcon 10:00 I Married Joan 10:30 News 10:40 Weather 10:45 Clete Roberts II iQO Tonight 12.00 Sign Off Wednesday. Dec. W 6:50 Meditation 7:00 Today 7:25 Weather 7:30 Today 7:55 Memphis Today 8:00 Today 8:25 Memphis Today 8:30 Today 8:55 Exercises with CMhy 9:00 Dlnn Dong School 9:30 Sloryland 9:45 Shopping at Home 10:00 Home Show 11:00 Betty White Show 11:30 Feather Your Nest 12:00 News . 12:15 Farm News 12:30 TV Movie Matinee 1:00 3 Steps to Heaven 1:15 Amy Vanderbllt 1:20 Charm with Cathy 1:30 Homemakers Program 2:00 Greatest Gift 2:15 Golden Windows 2:30 One Man's Family *:45 Concerning Mlsn Marlowe 3:00 Hawkins Falls 3:15 First Love 2:30 World ot Mr. Sweeney 3:45 Modern Romance* 4:00 Pinky Lee Show 4:30 Howdy Doody 5:00 Captain Video 5:10 Interesting Person 5:20 Mr. Blngle ' 5:25 Weatherman 5:30 Superman 6:00 Evening Serenade 6:15 News Caravan 6:30 Eddie Fisher 6:45 News Cnravnn 7:30 Favorite Story 7:30 Favorite tSory 10:30 8:00 TV Theatre 11:00 9:00 This is Your Lire 11:15 9:30 Mr. District 11:30 Attorney 10:00 Dear Phoebe 11:45 10:30 News 12:00 10:40 Weatherman 12:05 10:45 Eocky King 12:.10 11:15 TDnlght j-oo 12:00 Sign Off t ' M WHBQ Channel IS 3:00 Tlii-jday" ^•|rnt. Dec. IS 2:30 6:00 Western Theatre 2:45 6:15 Weather 3:00 6:20 News 3:15 6:25 DO You Know Why 3:30 S:2Q Doug Edwards 4:00 6:45 Jo Stafford 4:15 7:00 Disneyland 5:30 8:00 Waterfront 6:00 8:30 Theatre Guild 6:15 9:30 Danny Thomas 6:25 10:00 Weather 6:30 10:05 News 3:45 10:15 Danger 7:00 10:45 Late Show 8:00 Wednesday, Dec. W 8:30 7:00 Morning Show 9:00 8:55 News 10:00 9:00 Garry Moore 10:05 9:30 Arthur Godfrey 10:15 strike It Rich Valiant Lady Love Of LUe Search lor Tomorrow Guiding Light New* Kitchen Magic Welcome Traveler The Personal Touch Robert Q. Lewis House Party Big Payoff Lady or the Hous» Bob Crosby Brighter Day Secret Storm On Your Account Portia Faces Llf« E&rly Show Mars Patrol Hartoontlme weather Do You Know Why Doug Edwards Perry Como Godfrey & Friends Strlhc It Rich I've Got A Secret Blue Ribbon Bouts Weather News Late Show FOR SALE AMMONIUM NITRATE We have available for Immediate delivery 33% Ammonium Nitrate at a Reduced Price through December 31*1. Will load trucks from 8 to 5 except Satnrciay and Sunday. Henderson Seed Co. Hwy. 61 South Phone PO. 2-2860 PICKARD'S GROCERY & MARKET » Fresh Oysters • Country Hams • Pure Country Sorghum • Fruit Cake Ingredients • Fruit Cakes Nationally Advertised & Fancy Grociriei 2-2043 Call In Wi DeliTcr Come In 1044 Chick by EDHTJNDS CLAUSSEM 19S4, W Edmunds ClaiisK-. Priw coprrijkt, Srtirfnr* P»bncotiom, to THK STORYi nines for fh« Union Army were nlianrd Ihc Grixrnl IK-nlh ii» II prepared to B o Mp the Cf>l<»rJ»llo Illver tTllh II. aNiinl pnrKO fl mlnevd bended for the Kold .irike, Irvine Crnlrh InnllnrHvelJ- fell tha. In •orne «-ny n ulnlHter ninn nnmert nnddllT Burke I" ronerrned nlxint (lip cnrKO too, bat !• » different wny. Q UEENIE walked directly to her shop after her rebufT from RadclifT Burke. It had been the first time she had seen Burke since those days in Kentucky— since she had married someone else and gone away. That ordeal, the husband she had endured.un- til the bitter end, was an experience she never recalled now. Perhaps she shouldn't be too hard on Eurke. After a». she had sent him along his way o( her own free will and choice. All her life she had abhorred secrecy, underhand ways, and when Burke had returned wounded from Bull Run and then enlisted in Dr. Bickley's unhealthy work, every fiber in her revolted. Everyone admitted the gallantry and heroism of the troops of the South; on the other hand, this Dr. Bickley of Louisiana had dreamed up an underhand manner of winning the war in which she took no pride. Copperheads — KniBhts of the Golden Circle—fantastic organizations sworn to murder Lincoln in his sleep. As soon as Burke recovered from his wound he had taken the Knight's oath in « barn with a live snake hanging above his head. The snake was their emblem—a repellent banner representng a revolting doctrine. She stepped through her shop's door, laid her back tlredly against the frame. Mfcting Burke again had broug'it Its shock, had opened the floodgates on memories ol days when she had been 18, a passion hungrily demanding fulfillment. In this way Cat Dreyfus's words struck her, jarring the past. "Did you forget about tonight?" She lifted her hand, brushed unruly hair away from her damp forehead. "I stepped over to I'ran Little's place." His arm fitted securely around her waist, he drew her into a rear room smaller than the front shop. In here a cast-iron stove was still sending out intolerable waves of heat. Queenie had recently completed next morning's stock of baked goods and the smell of fresh .bread lay in the room. A broken chair and a bed stood against the bare wall. It was a squalid quarter, a far cry from her father's clinched-log house in Kentucky. She could never enter without feeling a stab of remorse. Dreyfus was struck by her pallor. "What's the matter? You sick?" •No. I'll be all right." Her glance lifted, brighter now, and a smile played across her languid mould. "Dreyfus, you're a good man. I'm—I'm not what you expect." • • • AW IMPATIENT laugh escaped from his throat. "Ever a man take a woman knowin' what she really was inside?" His words set her heart strumming. A woman could take Dreyfus and be safe. There might not be any breathless ecstasy, put he would never tire of her. She said quietly, "There's no preacher at the landing." She asked, still not thinking directly of Dreyfus, "Will you always love'me?" "Always." A sob came fiintly from h*r throat. It brought a low murmur Srom him. "It's aU tlgU, Queenie. Maybe I'm older'n you. But I made a pile in that strike upriver. Ten thousand—maybe 20,000 more before it's pinched out. It's yours, as soon as you marry me. And we're going to stand before the preacher. But I got to have an answer." "Tonight?" she repeated. "Tonight I'll be puttin' you aboard the steamboat." 'All right, Dreyfus," she said softly. "I'll go with you." • • * BURKE had overcome the strongest desire to put Crotch out of the way in the Gila House, The wily surgeon from Louisiana, the doctor named Bickley, selected his top Knights with infinite care. The doctor wanted men without sentiment, and. he got them. But fundamentally they must possess judgment. And Burke had that. The moment simply was not rip« to reveal hte colors. He passed down Front Street, nearing the landing. Moisture from the river made a pleasing smell in this baked-dry desert settlement He paused at the opening between two buildings and slipped a cigar between his lips. He said, barely above a whisper, "Have you seen a snake, friend?" There was a note of discontent from the dark alley. Then Shelby Calhoon's words: "Don't giv« me that! I don't believe in your way of doing." But nevertheless we'll 60 it the way we are," Burke said impatiently. "With the gold that's coming out of La Paz we'll break the blockade, We'll have Europe beginning to deliver their guns! There'll be a wagon. If we get what we're after, it'll be loaded. You must meet it before Murphy sends his dngoons into action. Where shall we meet?" Calhoon's answer cime promptly, proving his own tvid 'faith in the other's vision. "Captain Jamison suggests > river txsnd about five milef «bov« the fort. Willows stand n««r the btnk ind will live you > Kreen. Th« Amidor wHl witch for jrvu rt duwn." (.1. B« SEE PRESTON FOSTER "WATERFRONT" brought to you 8 p. i. tacii Tuesday on Channel 13 MEAT MIDICTS Memphis Packing Co. SHOPPERS SPECIALS! fRESH HEN EGGS (Not 3 $j jft Pullets) doz. I «w Applet .bu. $2.49 Oranges 5 Ib. bag 29c APPLES £ 490 Pink Meat Grapefruit . . 6 for 25c Assorted Xmas Candy Ib. 25c Grapefruit 8 Ib. bag 39c Water Type Tree Stand 98c ALL TOYS REDUCED Select your tree from the largest stock of XmaB trees In toim. We also h»ye silver trees. Open TiP 10 p.m. Nightly Blytheville Curb Market 130 East Main RADIATOR WORK • Boiled Out • Repaired "Poor girl! Since they became engaged he'$ lounging 1 around every night, looking almoit at ilouchy at you! It's your boss—ol' Simon Legree himselfl LA.TEK THAT MOWING^S BROOKS NORMAN'S awe WINSS INTO lASUMOIA FIELD... HE FLEW TO NEW VOW AND DIDN'T EVEN 6OTHES TO TELL YOU'VE SOT 'ME CUTOUS, SON.WHYCANT -OU TELU WE •meeoOD NEVIS NOW? GOT EVEHYTHINS V DONT STEMGHT,6ROOK97/ WOKKY, HEei!CKHASTO.KNOW< CA0.8Y I'M WS5UINS FtXyTHE W.Y, THOSE CKUJGES / I'VE GOT IN THE PIEIZ < WONDEeFUL SPECIFICATIONS.,) NEWS FORVOU, BUT ITU HWE WNTTilUl KETDZN. NO,MISS KENT.MH.NOZtAAN IS OUT OF TOWN. HE REW TO NEW VOKK THIS WORNINS. J— WHY DOESN'T UNCLE HARRV MIND HIS OWN BUSINESS!? /OH, BOY! A MODEL PLANE KIT FOR US TO PUT TOGETHER -"GOOD OLD UNCLE HARRY ..MY PRESENT FROM UNCLE HARRV; I S«/ OLD KH, IT VSOULP BE A KfffTW &HAM6 IP ANJVTHIMS HAPPEW6P TO THAT OO6 Of M3UR5, •OU SEE, W EWPLOVER 15) 1 AM SORB 1 /. BIT OF A'SOUSER- < WAT XIMP OF RACKETS, 000TL£66IWa ) 0USIWESS I DO ...ALL THAT 5C4JTOF ./ NOT DO...WOT FOR AWV KIND UFF MONEY'' FReKTFULLY SWPLE, POCTOB 9OSN—H6 TEU. /v\E/ W.--65 rr KNAPtf-WHV CCE5 THIS MAW WANT TO Hfff- HIS FEATURES RE/VVOTLEP LOOK - A SNAPSHOT OF X THEV ARE LOVELY THE BOY. A LOVELY CHILD'. \CHIUPRENl. BUT HOW TH6 OTHER l& WHS SISTER..) DID VOU FINP THEM! WE GOT HER A YEAR UTERI/HE TKIEP AfiENCIES, OKFUMWCES. AND i.i v MV WM15TER. net ALL \ HMW.YOI) SEEM SNOK. I 5N THE 5WAE.I UEVER OWED Hi DOCtJW I MUST WAJT /TO A WKAMfi6K...Sn: I KMOW TUKW! /WHAT I1> LIKE TO WMCH VOUR FRIENDS KIDS OROK W_ WONEOf YOUHOWN1 ONLY A MONTH? BUT HOW? WHERE DIP YOU GET IT? WE GREW TIRED Of WAI7IWG AND ADOPTED A BABY OUTSIDE THE AGENCY. SOT HIWv A M>V1TH OUR APPUCM10U FILED! GOSH,COOLA, WE'LL. JUST HAFTA fT5 BEEN A LONG \GO OUT IN TH' TIME SINCE EITHER \VvOODS A WAYS CF US LAID EYES ON \AND START CKMNTY.-WHERE DO WE)HOLLERIN' S i , LOOK FOR HIM?/-"} GUESS. AU. RIGHT, BOX THISOUGHTAX YEH... BE A SOOD/OKAv; STAND PLACE TO J BACK OUTA START. Jg\ TH'WAY Flo T«it«d Rt-eortd ALL WORK GUARANTEED GROVER'S RADIATOR WORKS Ml C1 Ukl An. . >-«Ml IT'S THE ALARM ? -WHAT'S ALL.1 CLOCK! TH' JACKBTTx ^ \J=5T UP! DOESN'T THIS PYVE5H AIR MAKE VOU WANT TO 00 THINSS ?

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