WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1954 " OUR BOARDING HOUSE - with Major Hooplt PMISTAH w/r<7nrm*km u*vte. tc. A JZSB> IMPOSE BLIlJUlf iJLI '^KMJf CUVUM WWi ly J. R. Williami MIKB/-AND I STILL VODCS/ /'O ' "' fowitxjAMe. c *c 11 KIDS MAVE BeeN THINGS IN MY AMMUAU ALL DAY---X WAVEN'T HAD A CHANCE TO READ THEM / LETS HAVE A LOOK,. MILDA ' MERE'S AN ADORABLE owe ^ MILCA-i'LL WtVCR. FORSffT "ME PUN WE'V/t HAD IN CIVICS AND 6LEB CLUB- LOADS OF LUCK AND *^e^^^% /y 7 w* } "May I borrow your comic page? My grandchildren have got inn all excited about that slick young private aye who was in an awful scrapt!" \ That't high enough!" Television — Tonight, Tomorrow — WMCT Channel 5, & WHBQ Channtl 13 WMCT Channel I Wednesday Night, May 1* 6:00 I Married Jo&n 6:30 Superman 7:00 TV Theatre 8:00 This Is Your Lift -8:30 Playhouse 9:00 Favorite Story 9:30 News 9:40 Clete Robert! 10:00 Soundst&ga 10:30 News 10:40 Weather 10:45 Adventure 11:00 To be announced 11:30 Sign Off Thursday, May IS 5:50 Meditation 6:00 Today 6:25 News 6:30 Today 6:55 News 7:00 Today 7:25 N*w» 8:00 Ding Q6ng School 8:30 Betty White Show 8:55 Charm with Cathy 9:00 Home Show 10:00 Bride & Groom 10:15 Hawkins Falls 10:30 Shopping at Home 11:00 Storyland 11:15 3 Steps to Heaven 11:30' Homemakers 12:00 New 12:15 Farm News 12:30 Channel Five Club 1:00 Kate Smith 2:00 Welcome Travelers 2:30 On Your Account 3:00 Pinky Lee Show 3:30 Howdy Doody 4:00 Berl Olswanger 4:15 Armchair Adventur* 4:30 Lash of the West 4:45 Flicker Comics 5:00 Captain Video 5:15 Interesting Person 5:25 Weatherman 5:30 Dinah Shore S:45 News Caravan 6:00 Oroucho Mane 6:30 TV Theatre 7:00 Dragnet 7:30 Theatre 8:00 Martin Kane 8:30 Jackpot Calling 9:00 Playhous? oi Start 9:30 New 9:45 Clete Robert! 10:00 Rocky King 10:30 News 10:40 Weather 11:00 To be announced 11:30 Sign Off WHBQ Channel 13 Wednesday Night, May 12 6:00 Godfrey and Friends 7:00 Strike it Rich 7:30 I've Got a Secret 8:00 Blue Ribbon Bouts 8:45 Do You Know Why 9:00 Sportsmans' Club 9:15 Sport News' 9:30 Ray Bolger 10:00 Weather 10:05 News 10:15 Late Show Thursday, May 13 6:00 Morning Show 7:55 Joye Thompson 8:00 Arthur Godfrey 9:30 Strike it Rich 10:00 Valiant Lady 10:15 Love of Life 10:30 Search for To'row 10:45 Guldlns Light 11:00 Kitchen Magic 11 :2i New* 11:30 Garry Moor* 12:30 House Party 1:00 Big Payoff 1:30 Lady of the House 1:45 Bob Crosby 2:00 Brighter Day 2:15 Secret Storm 2:30 Robert Q. 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Talking to the newspaper scattered on the floor rather than to them, she had said. "Isn't it about time you got ready for church?" Obediently, his large warm ones, and pulled her to her feet. Wrapping his arms around her, he leaned down and whispered against her hair, "Do you realize, Mrs. Dahlstrom. that this is the first time we've been alone in the house since we arrived? Let's not precious moments funny paper." As she responded to his hungry kiss, Elaine forgot everything except the quick urgency of her i way, too much time to be under ! her disapproving gaze. One of them—Elaine or Mrs. Dahlstrom—would have to give. She could feel it in her heart Every beat was like the echo of the tick of a time-bomb, set to go off maybe tonight, maybe next waste these reading the love. Next Sunday Mrs get dressed and left for church week, but inevitably set to explode with repercussions that would scar or mend her whole life. Would Tom choose his mother? Or, if he did choose her. would the memory of his mother's hurt and disapproval blemish their whole life together? Once more she went through the motions of straightening out Mrs. Farrell's desk before she Dahlstrom slipped on her coat Then, though her feet were heavy as stones. JSJOL ui Coocu aiiu i^-i-1 *-f * *-" ^-* *-*- . without a word about it to Elaine, she hurried down^the back stairs or to Tom either, as far as she Elaine uncurled her legs and started to rise out of the big chair. Suddenly, she knew she couldn't go to church. She couldn't stand beside Mrs. Dahlstrom and thank her old friends for their good wishes when all the time she felt that her mother-in-law's wishes were not good. "We . . . we're not going, she said, more emphatically than she meant to, and leaned back in her chair. Mrs. Dahlstrom looked ques- tionintfly at Tom. For an instant it seemed that he would respond to some unspoken command in his mother's eyes. But h« said 'Maybe next Sunday, quietly, Ma." Elaine thought hi* mother's shoulders drooped n Uttlc when, without another word. «hc left them. They honrd her c«r start knew. Elaine couldn't help wonder if Mrs. Dahlstrom and Tom talked about her when she was away. • • • A NOTHER question plagued •"• Elaine, too. How often did Astrid ride over the forest trail to see Tom? Try as she would to thrust the qu«stion aside, it kept returning. As tht dayi passed, Tom seemed to become more remote. She knew he woke each morning refreshed and invigorated and impatient to start the day's work. But it seemed he withdrew into himself a little mor« with each sundown and. while they lived under his mother's roof and moved in her shadow, she was powerless to stop the withdrawing procesa. She dreaded the day when Mr. before the dismissal bell rang. She was afraid she'd cry if Marion tried to thank her again. leaning against the looking at her. She doorframe also knew that he was smiling, and that he loved her. Smiling, she wheeled around and looked at him, Tom wore the same suit he had wore when they were married. Its dark-brown tones intensified the blondness of his wiry crew- cut that added a little-boy look to his still youthful appearance, His smile widened into a grin which had a hint of possessive insolence. Although she told berseW she was wrong, she felt for the moment that nothing on earth had happened or could happen to spoil toe perfect understanding between them. But something would happen Tonight was the nunstreJ show and after that- would be Mrs. Dahlstrom'« outspoken disapproval. Then Tom would have and she wns ffono. of week? when shev have too ' to cbo^p between his mother and Then Turn poi tip from hi? murh time to thin' tor murn his wi chair, took her chilly hand* rnlUroa to be 10 Mrs. «ahl*u-omsj <!• «• Connen Farrell'i would announce Mrs. return. Then Friday. 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