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Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 10, 1953, Tyrone, Pennsylvania THE TYRONE DAILY SEPTEMBER 1953 Reach The SitDown Shoppers Through The Classified Ads Classified Advertising 2 or 3 Bellwood4041 Rale Per 7 Point Line Per Day One insertion Two consecutive insertions lie Three consecutive insertions I OR Four consecutive insertions 9c Five or more consecutive insertions 8c Minimum charge for Transient Adver tising 50 all Insertions not con secutive are charged at single time all Transient Advertising is payable in Mercantile Rates are applicable only to local advertisers on yearly contract no advertisement taken for less than 4 Classified Advertising Is set in 1 poiht type bold face line counts as two lines while space counts ten lines to the inch count five average words to the Classified display charged per column Inch at above counting nine lines per All Classified set In larger type size than 7 point is considered Classi fied Blind or key ads which provide that answers be left at the Herald Office be called for or 25c Classified Ads received prior to will be carried on Classified Page for that Those received after and prior to will be cur rled under Late Classified for that and on Classified Page for succeertlng Rates subject to change at any FOR SALE spindrier washer in good Phone 9t3 Large small high bathinette and Phone 258 913 Fresh Guernsey Joe Gunsa Warriors Mark 9t3 Heavy phone 9t3 Boys gabardine size only worn three Phone 44R after 6 Walnut dresser and marble Phone VOFF RODS Vj OFF OFF REELS OFF OFF LURES i OFF MILLERS HARDWARE 8t5 Universal Electric com plete with timer and used 1 Phone Warriors Mark 37Rll after 6 8t3 Peaches Ripening slowly due to the change in the We will have a large crop of ripe Haie and Elbertas after September WAY FRUIT FARM Port Matilda Phone 27R2 8t6 SALLYS SALLIES King Features world Hes a fair weather Never sneaks to me on a rainy day FOR SALE china hail bench and 2 linoleum 404 Jones 813 all and Stoles evergreen corn for ready Phone Cal and Har old Bald 8t3 New ana Used furniture Bought and Sold 23 10th Phone 574R M28tf Red Jacket coal ton in 6 ton also washed nut coal Deliveries made Call Osceola VEOS PORCELAIN TILE For Kitchen or Bath Ronald Bloom Modern white enamel coal Phone Trained rabbit Call hound for 8t3 EMERSON Radio and Televsion Sales and Services Reinschmidt Kibler FOR SALE Gibboneys phone M2tf Used Tires and Tubes Herringtons Service Station BUSINESS SERVICES MALE HELP WANTED Truck over 25 years of to work for local State qualifi cations and salary Write Box 1062 care of 9tf Washer parts and service on all makes of washers and Searer Maytag Electric 573 FILM DEVELOPING 24 Service MIKES CUT RATE 1606 Columbia 177 AuStf USED CARS FOR SALE 1941 Plymouth excellent Phone Port Ma tilda FOR SALE 1936 Al 913 RADIO TV SERVICE Swfiynes Radio TV Service 815 loth Phone 1G02 AUTO SERVICES Wheel Alinement Wheel Balancing Shock Absorber Service Complete alinement job Dynamic balancing each GILLS BODY SHOP TYRONE WANTED dilSSION ORANGE SOFT DRINKS All Flavors Phone 1306 Racasi 1360 Logan Rear WANTED Room dplderly woman in and board by private 9t3 Wanted custom silo filling with Phone Ger ald 8t3 1 f t v GET THIS M jt CUBE TRAY with coupon Jyst lift the Easy Out lever and out come fullsize cubes Fits ANY electric even old models Limited offer just 59c with coupon FREE OF EXTRA COST WITH THE PURCHASE O Refrigerator i Dairy Bar This5700 Value ATIONAL SILVER SILVERPLAU New 1953 PHILCO Dairy Bar Refrigerator Cited for its contribution to Dairy storage by the American Dairy only give you the Awardwinning Dairy with famgus Cheese Butter Keeper and shelves for quart milk bottles MJY TERMS 736 and up Magnificent silverplate service for eight by National Silver Company in famous Rose and Leaf FREE OF EXTRA COST with the purchase of a new Philco Dairy Bar Refrigerator PHILCO EASY OUT1 ICE CUBE TRAY COUPON Sputial llmiltd No moil or None teld to SINIYDER ELECTRIC 1510 COLUMBIA PHONE 770 J Miller Radio TV Service 1705 Madison Phone 1661J KEARNEY RADIO SERVICE Convenient Central Lorn SCOTTS SCRAP BOOK By SCOTT LOST FOUND LOST Wallet containing sum of money and also envelope containing check and bills between Lincoln avenue and Bayer Gillam Reward if returned to 1356 Lincoln 9t3 LOST reward ior 13year old a female long haired collie partly clipped on light tan with white chest and almost shy and Wandered a way from Oscealo Mills home on or about Has been seen in Bald Eagle area Clear iield County Serial Number 2231 on dog Finder please call AUoona Thank 3to RAL ESTATE FOR SALE Lot 100 foot front by 240 telephone Call 9tG FOR SALE 7 rooms and Owner moving closer Priced for quick 2120 Colum bia Phone 9t3 WARRIORS MARK Machtley and George Goss and are visiting in Mains and her grand have returned to after visiting and David Mr and Brannon and family have moved from the Harpster house to Gilbert Carper and son have returned from the Blair Mem orial Miss Mary Jane who recently graduated from the Philips burg Hospital school of is visiting her and John Elwood Bair and visited recently in Williams The Elwood Ronald Bair and Judy Bair returned after spending a week at Newton Hamil ton training and Nelson State visited and Dewey and Arthur Machtley visited and Clayton Spigel Charles Fry visited his son and and es se and Robert Har visited Mr and John William French of near Philadel visited and Lawrence French and John Nearhoof were stationed together in the army in Korea Misses Joanne Harpster and Jane Ellenberger spent a week recently at the Methodist Training Camp at Newton FOR SALE Frame house in cement new water on Phone Ella 313 WANTED TO BUY Used cars and trucks for Vail Auto Wreckers 220 Bald Eagle Phone Tyrone 1177J or Bellwocd 4t30 Used Underwood Models 3 or Phone 25tf BUILDING SUPPLIES J By Famous Anderson windows on stock for prompt delivery Gliders Pressure Seals Basement Units Flexivents Casement Picture Units buying these Anderson win dow units in carload we pay the lowest possible and pass this saving on to We are the only carload buyer in this Take advantage of our low Anderson HOMMER Lumber Phone 40R2 AH MUttflYl IXPWESSIM6 SOME QUALIFY RELAClO fO A PER40H YAW DID PRIMnlv MAH ust fo CRUDE WOODDl ONLY 1O FMt PU REFOLD PLACED A foMB HUMBER OF VICTIMS WlfK KlS OWM THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY SELL IT THRU THE WANTADS THE SLASS IS BF50KEA1 ON BOTH SIDES WHATCHA BOUT ITiS ONLY A LITTLC HOLE MICKEY THE MIGHTY HITTER 95 TODAYS NEEDLEWORK 7286 ALICE BROOKS Fun to embroider a towel a clay Seven different motifs tell you which chores to do every day of the week Perfect gift for the easy for beginners Dayoftheweek transfer mc tifs from 5x6 to 5x8 inches Pat tern 7286 embroidery Send TWENTkFIVE CENTS Jn coins for this 5 cents for each pattern for Istclass mail Send to TYRONE DAILY 97 Household Arts Box Old Chelsea New York N Print plainly ZONE AND PATTERN TEN COMPLETE PATTERNS to ed right in the Alice Brooks tfeedlecraft Book Plus many more atterns to send for including ift bazaar fashions Send 20 cents now If You Want To Rent or Trade Use Herald Classifieds for Quick ADVANCE NOTICES elvei ky Helen RANDOM Districted by King Oak Ridge will hold meet ing September 10th at Bus leaves green at 9t2 500 Card party will be held at VivV iuuh 11 at m Public wel 9t3 FOR RENT 4 room private Heat Private Write in care of Tyrone Daily Herald Box 9t3 CHAPTER FIFTEEN KIT WAS in the apartment tdk ing off her wet coat when the bell It couldnt be Libby She flew to the It was and Hugo Starting for he met Philip at the train and turned He took Kit by the shoulders in brightly lighted foy Thank His face was Anger stirred in She want his He had lost his right to that three months She freed Nice She said of you to be wor Six room centrally Write box 1U61 3 2001 Adams inquire 533 20th 9t3 FEMALE HELP WANTED Woman or girl Cosmetic coun Hodgsons Phone 8t3 Be Assured of the Best in TELEVISION SETS PRICED FROM Tax Warranty Free 5 Day Trial SCHEDULE FOR WFBGTV TONIGHT Thursday Test Pattern Sign On Movie Matinee till City Desk Civic Calendar Music on Film Riders of Purple Ed news Kochler Sports Video l Boston Blackie Carnival Broadway to T Men in Action Ford Theatre The Big Idea Broadway Theatre News Sign off i BLACKS TELEVISION Phone J or M r 90010 REAR but as you Im all His knew she had hurt why not He had hurt why should she feel sorry He said They collected the money Tell me about I will in five Go into the living room and sit Im soaking and Ive got to What she wanted do was to go to bed and sleep for 24 She felt had never been so exhausted in her She showered and putting on a gray flannel suit and a white silk and went to the phone and talfted to her Philips jubilation frightened He was being too She gave Hugo a careful ac count of what had clari fying her own mind as she did She was practically sure that the candy box had been collected by the people it was intended that it hadnt been haphazardly and that she hadnt dropped it by she got that In the trip through the subway she hadnt any one who was even vaguely Actually the 72nd the downtown was the only place where it had been possible to see at alL She told Hugo about the fat man and the tall woman in the green It darted through my mind that it might be Eleanor it Hugo was suddenly What was this woman on the 72nd platform like Kit I didnt good look at but I can as sure you it wasnt EJeanor Eleanor Oaks wouldnt be caught dead in such my wo man was completely She had a lot of dyed yellow hair in one of those wildman cuts com ing under her and the purse she dropped was strictly from a and worn at Hugo said slowly I wouldnt know whether a raincoat was cheap or but a woman rather like the one you describe walked out through the lobby of the Hotel Bronson where Wijder is staying at around this I was lunching in Creevins with a client today and caught sight of Wilder the I had nothing much to and thought Id tail along with him and sec if any thing He went back to his hotel at close to and upstairs to his I hung around in the lobby until almost VVTiat maae you notice your woman particularly Hugo I kept checking on and like the color of the raincoat caught my the woman was tall and I looked every tall woman thinking of Eleanor Kit I can tell you the woman in the green rain coat on the 72nd platform was not Eleanor She glanced at the clock and got her I dont want to leave Philip Im going to take the 7 Oclock train and Ill probably have trouble getting a cab on night Hjke Hugo said hed drive her Youll get there She hesitated and then had driven up with George and Anita last Wednesday the drive with Hugo was Then they hadnt She and Hugo didnt speak more than half a dozen words after they hit the Rain was still coming dovwn Kit dozed from time to not with her head on Hugos came fully awake only when they pulled into the driveway in Afterwards there was always something dreamlike about that long The house seemed dif Their voices went on tip toe through the hush while their ears listened for the sound of a of Libbyls All attempt at concealment had been thrown Miriam had been Philip said they had a telephone call on That Her aunts reaction was rather Her face went as gray asdt could go under make up and sheall but I cant believe she kept I cant take She went upstairs at The rain kept on fall The clock dragged its Kit and Philp and Hugo kept an unceasing and restless The longest stretch was from 3 until the light began to come at The light broadened and it was full The rain had finally They aat in the living people in not speaking or It was Philip who broke through the leaden He heard the sound Stumbling to his he threw up a his eyes wildly he Kit heard it purr ing of a The big living room window commanded a view of the road beyond the sloping went to the A car had drawn up in front of the They were all three of through the front door and out on to the A man was coming up the path carrying a The burden was Her head hung dang so did her arms and Her eyes were A shaft of light fcJl full on her tilted to the sky The sight was too horrible to be Philip didnt bear He toppled went hurtling down the steps and landed an brick and stone at the strange mans Libby wasnt Her heart was beating but sht was Terry arrivea less than 10 minutes after sne was carried into the house and upstairs to her room and laid on her her face covered with Her tweed suit was torn in half a dozen places and covered with dirt and bits of twigs and leaf Her stockings were her sandals Her eyes remained Miriam came hurrying She took LJbbys Get me a Libby came out from under the herself but so so Blood still oozed from a cut on her another on her Near the door the strange man went on talking to Hugo in a low I was afraid shed die Miriam said to Give me some of that in a small I dont like her They were trying to get the brandy through Libbys flaccid lips when Terry walked The doctor took one look at Lib by and went to the His Lucy had gone to school with Libby and lived only a short distance She was there almost at Terry said that Libby had been heavily She was also suffering from shock and After that they were all excluded from the room and there was nothing to do but Walter the man who brought Libby told his Rolfe was a paper sales He had got a very early start out of New York that morn and because he had to stop at he had taken the siiortcut through In the long stretch of woods beyond the in about the middle of his attention had been attracted by something agitating bushes on a bank above the He thought at first that it was an per haps a deer that had been Getting out to he found Libby crawling around in a circle on her hands and her face covered with She was just barely conscious She kept Thorne over and Rolfe was already on Thorrie and looking at mail he had found the house just before he was going to turn back search for a afraid that Libby would die if she didnt get Terry had insisted on Philips lying Rolfe showed them and said he would be at the Hotel Green in Danbury overnight if they should want When he left Hugo went with him to examine the place where Libby had been Miriam phoned and Anita and George called and Kit talked to both of She didnt go Into She simply said that Libby had been returned early that morning and that she was ill and in George wanted to come up but Kit said and that shed get in touch with him George was he didnt bother her with although quite clearly he was Continued br Helea kr vitH JUKPOV Distributed tar Ktac TODAYS PATTERN ANNE ADAMS So paneled hip line does as much for your figure as a diet Designed to fit and flatter fuller figures Note novel soft grace ful Perfect for your favorite winler cotton or soft Pattern 4894 Half Sizes Size takes 4 yards This pattern easy to sim ple to is tested for Haa complete illustrated Send Thirtynve in coins for this 5 cents for each pattern for Istclass mail Send to ANNE of Tyrone Daily 361 Pattern 243 West New York Y Print plainly 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