The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 11, 1954 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

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atOCTAT. aUMPAKT 11, MM OUR jQAKDINfl HOUSE — wMi M«|»» Mt^iT OUT OU> WAY ly J. H. WHU«m> n"?^77trr|M£Klol / «UT rr» MtaaUtf I a IS.*.,/( «JTTWwwSc7 'V x V'ffitfL^js.fr cevun. ••— I J> 'Wow! That'* my id«» of t nie» drasi! It e*)rtaihiy would" mtka you look alimmtr and vouncar!" r Reelfoot Lake, • M,500-acre body ef weter In northwestern Tennessee was farmed by an earthquake In 1811. iwnunc VICTIMS l lamia CoaM TaMM. Qulah aM MTM. >». LU.UIU.: .rlt aeia. KIRBX DRUG STORES RADIATOR WORK • Boiled Out • Repaired • Flo Ttsted • R«-cor«d ALL WORK Guaranteed Grovers Body & Radiator Shop Ml Cl. Uki Ph« 6N1 USED AUTO PARTS Rebuilt Transmissions ... Generators and Starters ... Radiators . .. Batteries . .. Tires UCCTCDC . '•_ ' Phon* n C J I C IV <J South 3186 COAL & SALVAGE YARD Hi way 61 For Fine Foods, Choose PIGKARD'S GROCERY & MARKET Nationally Advartiied & Fancy Groceries We Deliver 2043 Call In Come In 1044 Chick. Television — Tonight, Tomorrow — WMCT Channel 5, & WHBQ, Channel 13 WMCT Channel S Monday Ntfht, J*n. \\ 0:00 Evening Serenade 6:15 News Reporter 6:30 Slim RhodM 6:49 Newi CanvkQ 7:00 Him* th»t Tun* 7:30 Volc« or Flreston* 8:00 CUco Kid 8:30 Robert Montgomprr 9:30 Badge 714 10:00 WrwUlni 10:30 News 10:40 Weather 10:45 Man vs. Crime 11:15 To Be Announced. tuesday, January it 7:00 Today 7:25 News 7:30 Today 7:55 News 8:00 Today 8:25 Newi 8:30 Today 8:55 Morning Meditation 9;00 Ding Dong School 9:30 Shopping at Horn* 10:00 HawKlns Full* 10:15 3 Steps to Hewen 10:30 The Bennetts 10:45 Follow Your Heart 11:00 Britle &. Groom 11:15 Storyland 11:30 Glamout Girt 12:00 Newi 12:15 Farm Newi 12:30 Channel Five Club 1:00 Homemakeri Pro- tram 1:30 PhOioqiila 1:43 indunry on Parade 2:00 Kate Smith J:OQ Welcome Traveleri J:30 On Tour Account 4:00 Atom Sauad 4:15 Pinky Lee Show 4:30 Howdy Doody 5:00 Captain Video 5:15 Flicker Comic* 8:25 Weather 5:30 Superman 6:00 Evening Serenade 6:15 News Reporter 6:30 Dinah Shore 6:45 News Caravan 7:00 Milton Berla 8:00 Fireside Theatrt 8:30 Circle Theatre 9:00 Judge for Youraelf fl:M Victory « Sea 10:00 To Be Announced 10:30 News 10:40 WeatRer 10:45 Dave Garroway 11:18 To Be Announced 11:45 Sign Off THE 9TORTI A« It-TOt-oK thief. Albert Srniea, itole Mime leftrn fr«M the fmrme «f hl« •rhoolteaeher, nun Cora Johii- feon. Aa • rraalt, hefore Alhert eon!4 reatf the letter*, hi* mother poflneed mfom them and proceeded t« Maekmnll the ftn-7enr- •Id tehAolteaeher who wa« • tlvld, »eH»ttlTe woaiaB. IX 'TLTISS CORA JOHNSON con•'•'* tihu*d to stare «t her face In 'itti* bathroom mirror. "So you icouldn't wait U1J tonight to read : thos« letters!" the .barked M it, ibitterly and hysterically. "You lhad to ukt them with you, like a lovesick girl! Oh, what a mis- iwable fool you arc!" Well, ahe told herself, a tool pay* (or his folly and now she was going to p«y for hers. Ruth- lesi, hard - bitten Mn. Symes would aec to that. On Saturday morning she : ashed her pay check at the bank. Then, feverishly anxious to get this initial unpleasantness over with, she started for the rendezvous at Spring and Elm Street*. AJ >he went, she had the feeling of slinking furtively; and that her face, reflecting inner mortification, must be colored a deep maroon. Reason told her that thi» wa> imaginative nonsense. But the sensation of walking with her soul on public view, like i potter, persisted. She found her pace quickening involuntarily when the drew ntar acquaintances. She was •ware of barely nodding ler greetings. With an effort of will the slowtd down her pace, It must not be suspected that anything wat wrong with her. And people would certainly begin wondering U she rushed by them, nervous and worried-looking, like a frightened colt. So the summoned a smile and tried to take time to speak properly. But she wat afraid that UM nail* had a gutty quality; and that her good-mornings were hasty' and mumbled. On her way the met Andy Crayle. the local police chief. Andy was a man of kindly jest. "Well, well, Miss Johnson!" He shifted the toothpick he> invariably wore and beamed broadly. "Your day off, eh? Go.t the coining generation educated enough 'or this week?" Goodliest, she thought! My day off! Little he knowi. But she gave him the glazed smile. "Why, yes. Mr. Qrayle. At least, I hope so." For tha courage to throw her- se.Ii. figuratively, upon Andy's barrel-like, grar-'hirted chest and pour out her story, she would have given ai arm. But it was no use thinking about that. S.ie did not have the courage, \fRS. SYMES wat walking 1T1 slowly up Elm Street, perhaps timing her approach. She wore a black, tailored suit and low-heeled, black shoes. The prevailing blackness wat relieved only by a small yellow flower pinned to her lapel. The creature, Miss Johnson decided, had an inordinate love of flowers. And she did not understand It. An appreciation of anything beautiful seemed completely foreign to Mrt. Symes' nature. But Mix Johnson remembered having read about similar things. Hadn't then been during the last war a fantastic Send in charge of a German concehtt ation camp, who listened to lovely miutc while prisoners were tortured or executed at hit orders? She had heard of gangsters living amidst exquisite surroundings; of cold- blooded murderers with a passion for pett and small animals. Shc\«ipposed that Mrt, Sym« MI into this tame , inexplicable category. •Wall, dearie," lira. Sjrnt* converged like a dark spectre. "You're right on the dot, 1 see. That's good. We want to keep this businesslike." Mist Johnson wat in no mood for conversation. She thrust out a hand, with a stabbing motion. All the way from the bank that hand had clutched a note of a denomination the could ill afford. "H-here It is," she said shamefacedly. "Please take It quickly." Mrt. Symes avoided the hand, her face darkening. "Don't be a tool!" the said sharply. "Do you want anyone to see what we're doing? Just slip It to me, easy, after we've talked a minute." "But there iin't anyone around." "People look out of windows, don't they? You can't be too careful In a town like thit. Now then," Mrt. Symet smiled her rudimentary smile, "lovely day, Isn't it?" Mist Johnson bit her lip. What torture! Wat it part of the procedure that the would have to convene pleasantly with thit monster? But she managed to stammer something. 11 • a nRESENTLY and turroptiuuus- 1 ly, Mrt. Symaa moved closer. The money changed hands. Then Mn. Symet became brusque. "Okay. Next time we'll just happen to meet by that big vacant lot on Cameron Road. Don't tor- Ret! I wouldn't want to have t» —well, embarratt you." "I won't forgat." Miss Johnton sought to push past her. The woman barred the way. "Thera'l another thing. No pick- Ing on Albert In school because of this. Ha Isn't in the deal, you know. If he doet anything ha shouldn't, you just tall ma. I'll tend to him." "U never entered my head t* pick an Albert." Sudden anger emboldened Mitt Johnion. "He't scarcely to blame for what hit mother doaa." That kind of talk wont get you anywhere, dearie. But I'll past it thit time. So long . . till we meat again!" Mn. Symea gave her the next thing to a leer, and patsed on. (T* Ba CaMtoMd) PUPPIES Fax Tarrien, CaekM SpanMe amd English fihepherda. Parakeets-Ideal Peti Taang Mrdt all colm. Beautiful ehnme catta. Mexican Bed Haad Parrot. Th. PET SHOP 111 I. DlTitkm Ph. 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