The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 16, 1954 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, January 16, 1954
Page 7
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SATURDAY, JANUARY, 18 1984 BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEW! OUR BOARDING HOUSE — with M«|or HM».« OUT OUR WAY By J. R. William* ESAD/ t cw*r oecipe WHETHER to , 8REAK TH6 NEWS OP MY STUPSrtDOOS, BUILT-M CCAT CHAIR TO /MARTHA M0¥j -OR SORPRISB HER UW6R SV DASHIMS IfttO -THE HOOSB WITH A "~-r PAIR OF -TICKETS TO THE V RN16RA OK out of we FIRM HMM* A YACHT ANJD PERHAPS ATOWJ HOUSE MEW YORK, AMD PARIS.' — DM? YOU SOT A LITTLE TX> ONJ IT VET ? HOPE VW£ F0eaN<5 ME& The Japanese call their country Nippon, or Ninon, which means "home of the sun." SYCAMORE HOUSE at Ark-Mo Stale Line Specializing in • CRAPPIE • STEAKS • COUNTRY HAM Operated by Jimmy Robertson PHONE 9922 FUEL OIL G. 0. POETZ OIL CO. '7 Sell That Stuff Phone 2089 Office & Bulk Plant-Promised Land Television — Tonight, Tomorrow — WMCT Channel 5, & WHBQ, Channel 13 WMCT Channel 5 Saturday Night, Jan. 16 6:00 Ramar o£ the Jungle 6:30 Lone Ranger ..,,7:00 Spike Jones ,.- : i7:30 Amateur Hour -:. ; 8:00 Show of Shows • 9:30 Prtde of the Family 10:00 Wrestling 11:00 News & Weather "11:1Q Amateur Night at '•• the Handy 1 12:05 Sign Off '•' Sunday, January 17 10:15 Previews & News i' 10:30 Excursion 11:00 Mr, Wizard 11:30 Industry on Parade 11:45 Captain Hartz 12:00 Zoo Parade 12:30 Frontiers ot Faith 1:00 American Inventory 1:30 American Fonim ol the Air 1:00 Your Future Unlimited *• 2:25 News 2:30 Kukla, Fran Sc Ol- lla 3:00 Slnlonnetta 3:30 Ethel & Albert 4:00 Roy Roegrs 4:30 Range Rider 5:00 Meet the Frew 5:30 Stu Erwin 6:00 Paul Wlnchell 8:30 Mr. Peepers 7:00 Comedy Hour 8:00 TV Playhouse 0:00 Racket Squad 9:30 Who Said That 10:00 News :0:lO Weather 10:15 News Weekly 10:30 Story Theatre 11:00 Colonel FlacK 11:30 Sign Off Monday, January 18 7:00 Today 7:25 News 7:30 Today 7:55 News 8:00 Today 8:25 News 8:30 Today 8:55 Morning Meditation 9:00 Ding Dong School 9:30 Shopping at Horn* 10:00 Hawkins Falls 10:15 3 Steps to Heaven 10:30 Ask Washington 11:00 Bride <fe Groom 11:15 Storylfmd 11:30 Breakfast In Hollywood 12:00 News 12:15 Farm News 12:30 Channel Five Club 1:00 Homemakers Program 1:30 Photoqulz 1:45 Berle Olswangar 2:00 Kate Smith 3:00 Welcome Traveler! 3:30 On Your Account 4:00 Atom Squad 4:15 Pinky Lee Show 4:30 Howdy Doody 5:00 Captain Video 5:13 Flicker Comlci^ 5:25 Weatherman 8:30 Stars on Farad* 5:45 Hartoons 6:00 Evening Serenade • 6:15 NCWB Reporter 6:30 Slim Rhodes 6:45 News Caravan 7:00 Name that Tuna 7:30 Voice of Flreston* 8:00 Cisco Kid B:30 Robert Montgomery 9:30 Badge 714 10:00 Wrestling 10:30 News 10:40 Weather 10:45 Man -vs. Crima 11:15 Film F«atur« WHBQ Channel 13 Sunday, January 17 3:00 Youth T a k e § ft Stand 2:30 Man of Week 3-.00 Watch thft World 3:15 Lllli Palmer 3:30 LI berace 4:00 Omnibus 3:30 You Ar« Them 6:00 Life with Father 6:30 Jack Benny 7:00 Toast ot the Town 8:00 Fred Waring 8:30 Man Behind the Badga 9:00 Mr. <k Mre, North 9:30 What'a My line 10:00 To Be Announced 10:30 Billy Graham 10:45 To Be Announced 11:00 Walter Winchell Monday, January 18 8:30 News 8:45 Joye Thompson 9:00 Arthur Godfrey 9:15 Mr. Frederick's 9:45 Arthur Godfrey 10:30 Strike it Rich II :00 Valiant Lady 11:15 Love of Life 11:30 Search lor Tomorrow 11:45 Guiding Light 12:00 Brighter Day 12:15 News 12:30 Garry Moor* 1:00 Double or Nothing 1:30 House Party 2:00 Big Payoff 2:30 Bob Crosby 3:00 Lady of the House 4:00 Early Show 3:15 Magic Lantern 6:30 Mars Patrol 8.QO Western Theatw 6:30 News 6:45 Perry Como 7:00 Burns and Allen 7:30 Talent Scouts 8:00 I Love Lucy 8:30 Red Buttons 9.00 Studio One 10:00 Wfcather 10:05 News 10:15 Late Show "^CHE?. XIV 'T'HE maid Millie, running true \a form, had evidently failed to mention Adrian's appearance. For Mrs. Copeland swallowed a story about a phone call received ' at the school without question. j It seemed that a woman with whom Miss Johnson had become friendly in the city was now seriously ill. Miss Johnson was go, ing in to see what she could do. 'It had happened very suddenly . and distressingly. She didn't I know when (embellishing her !prevarication) she'd been so up- iset. I Mrs. Copeland listened sympathetically and advised a good I dinner, against the trip. Miss •Johnson said that she couldn't eat 3 thing. But might she have • cup of tea in her room? She would drink it while packing. The tea duly arrived, escorted iby the happily half-conscious Milli«. One glance at Millie's blank face convinced Miss Johnson. Incontrovertibly Millie •would have been put to it to remember anything that had transpired five minutes ago. let alone an occurrence of the afternoon. Shortly before seven, while the •hoe personnel roistered In the dining room. Miss Johnson slipped downstairs carrying • small bag. Drawing a breath ol relief outside the house, and with time to kill, she walked the short distance to the station She bought a ticket to'Somerset «nd the train, for once, wat on time. 'ISS CORA JOHNSON did not Know it. but there .<vas color M in her normally pale cheeks today and a flash In her eyes that, for the months just past, had been very lustreless. She could, however, feel an unwonted springiness In her step a> she suiried her favorite haunts. Some were celebrated "city sights," others had no significance except thai she liked them and she hoped Adrian would like them too. Apparently Adrian did. Wherever they went, he seemed to en joy himself. He was interested during their excursions through art galleries and museums; docile when she deviated into side streets where the shop windows held little of masculine appeal. But at dinnertime Adrian assumed command. Despite her protests, he insisted upon a res> taurant whose prices chilled her blood. "Good Heavens!" she exclaimed. "This is sinful extravagance." "Madam," said Adrian, "we don't just eat tonight. We dine." The show, a sparkling comedy, brought the end to a sparkling day Back in the decorous hotel (for women only) upon which she had finally decided in preference to her summer rooming house. Miss Johnson could scarcely believe that anything like It had come to her. Already this day had begun to stand out. bright and shinini. among the days of her memory It had been perfect. An interval spent in another world, as It were. • world curiously proof against cloud and shadow, But with the comfort and distraction of Adrian's companionship removed, cloud and shadow returned. The boarding house, that hidebound little town, Mrs. Symcs and dealings her own shameful with Mrs. Symes. swarmed blackly Into her mind. She tried to fight them oft: to cling desperately to thoughts of the glowing Interlude in which she was living. It w>s no us*. Presently sh« did escape, for lhat nltrht at least. The telephone ianglert Adrian Kaye about the city "Just thought I'd tell you good Sb* took him IB * number oflnLjht again," Mid Adrian'* vote*. I "And find out if you were comfortable." The man was really most considerate. And he sounded truly interested. It had been many a year since anyone had shown sincere concern for Cora Johnson's comfort. "Why, how nice of you! I'm fine, thanks. How is your hotel?" "Very luxurious. Beats the farm all to hollow. Well, I won't keep you. But . . . did you enjoy our day?" "Oh, Adrian, it was grand." On Sunday afternoon, after a day of poking leisurely about the town, they went into a tearoom. There were not many other patrons and they found a corner to themselves. "I'll have to be starting home soon," she said, with genuine reluctance. Adrian stirred his tea. "No hurry. I'll get you back early this evening. Only I wish I didn't have to." • • • E knew that he meant It And a warm little glow stole over her. She said, impulsively, 'I wish so, too." His eyes, an odd look in, them, met hers. "Do you mean that, Cora?" "Yes. I do. I've loved this weekend. It's been . , . oh, such fun being with you." "Then," he spoke almost reflectively, "it might go on being fun always. 1—well. 1 honestly don't see why It wouldn't work." "What. Adrian?" She tried to sound careless, but a premoni- ;ory glimmer brought a suggestion of tenseness to her tone. He smiled amusedly. "You know, of course Women always do. But, that aside, I like you very much, Cora Johnson. And I think you like me. I also think we've a great deal In common. And maybe that's all we'd need; for a start." Adrian," though warned by iremonltlon, she still felt rather 'tint, "are you asking me to marry you?" • "I am," taM Adrian simply. 'And making a bad job of It. 1 <?ucss 1 don't need someone like you, Cora 1 need you." m BUY USED FURNITURE PHONE 3122 Wade Furn. Co. 8HEWHTO MIHWTIC TOMS buric Co.M T«tlM. «il*. r "rt— btarf , fn. touS^i Wffl M »»al.. Kriut. Ir lt «u, jhin, nick. Imnr k.llnc r«li*f to »„£. •«M p.lm. CM fnwlM A.B. P.l. K^f Tablet*. ^ KIRBX DRUG STORES EXPERT WATER PUMP REPAIR Hubbord Hardware Phone 2015 rompt DELIVERY SERVICE Phone 4507 Hoirs: K a.m. to 10 p.m. with Uellrery In 7 p.m. WOODS DRUG STORE IZl West Main Si. RADIATOR WORK • Boiled Out • Repaired • Flo Tested • Re-cored ALL WORK Giutntm* Gravers Body & Radiator Shop 5M Cl. Like Are Fho (Ml WRECKER SERVICE Tom Little Jr. For fast dependable wrecker and tow Mrrlee pleaw call BM I have the largest, best eqnlp- ped wrecker In thli part ol the country . . No Job tee larf* . . . No Job tee mull Ph^ne 4422 Night 0074 Phone 07/4 BLYTHEVILLE MOTOR CO V. U. ft*. U. a frt. 0* »»«. 1M* by HU i *l wa» right! John has bean chosen captain of the debating team—I recognized his genius when he talked me intc a bigger allowance!" PRICKLIS AND HW PHI IN Df LIT'S SK$N\M AUVf/ttK-A- TUK.' BA7OO BOTT5 IS, LEAD- INS A CHEER / YeLUnc=. DREAMEP UP/ :..SUOUSAPUY,SOME . ACTOBS ATBEATRE AND -ClUSTAT KNOW A VOUNG FELLOW GROUP IN TOWN. SUPP06S I A DiEEaoe.' ANN suexsesTONs) FEW i KEITH STERLING, WHO < INTRODUCE -KXI TO KEITH.. reoF. DIXON? /TTPIEI .iNfi?piMs A DBAMWK soiooi ITEMS, EH?)HS HAS DIRECTED PLAVS COLLEGE... MABTW WANTS TO BAiSS SOME LOOT SKONp] THSWS 2* FOR THE RT.A....ISlKScSeSTH3 PUTTINS ON A PLAY. WE ONLY NEED A FEW PM.TCV LITTLE ITEMS TO MAKE IT A REAL /—• OH, DAKLINS! YOU'RE SO CLEVER AT FIXING THINGS" THE TOASTER'S ACTING UP AGAIN! r- u. U IF VOL) VWVMT CLOSE 10UK EVES AMP KEEP VDUK MOUTH 6HUTJ TACKY THOMAS AWAKENS TO FINP HW6H.P WWPEP INI A WJM*ST INFLOW fANVU.LE'5 AKMS--ANP COUP STEEL WSfilWe INTO HIS KI95... LOOKS LIKB YOU'VE ©OT A LAP WHO KNOWS HOW TO SLEEP/ WELL, HERB 1OU Afre,.,CA5IN SIX...CALLME IF Cotr. 1K4b(HEA knlo& tH.T.K •M.ULB.VM.W I W5 KNT\1L PROUP OF [JW W1WW BEMJTY CONTESTS, MO' STARRIH' IM LOCAL PIW5..BUT ITSORTA CHPvWQEP HER! I ttBWa. SHE LOSr INTEREST IN FMUfiS WE COULD BOTH 5HMZE_ DREM/iEP OF SOW OH ffl CT 5EEW«» WOK6 IWPtTIOTWT TO HER MOM rHIVU,,,IMELL, WOT WE MEM ID EACH OTHER! you CA.UT BLAMEK FEELIN'HER TW-Eklfe gEIN' HA5T6P IW 50PP* HOOiR. V BUr I POUT HTMJV PLACE ELSE 1 OPENED THE CASTLE | f ALL HNISHEP/7I'LL SO SEE SLUTZIS .',«•/. THAT VOU DIOASOOOJOS

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