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April 26, 1966

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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Blythevlll* (Ark.) Courier News - Tuesday, April W, WM- Pag* Thr«t Mrs. Myrtle Blown and Mrs: Pleasant Mobley spent Friday in jonesboro and Paragould. Mrs Bert Williams and Mrs. Delia Hill spent several days m week visiting Me. and Mrs Wayne Sickels and James Carroll Hill in Fayetteville. r. and Mrs. Jim David, Mrs MANILA NEWS— iiii!iiiiiiiiil!iii!i!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii»ii»iiiiiiiiiii»iiiiiiiii»^ W. M. DAVIDSON is a member of the group. Manila Sportsman Club's annual basketball banquet was held at the school cafetorium, Friday night, April 14. A black and gold color scheme was used in decorations. jim UBVIU, .».,. The tables were overlaid with cram and Mrs. Ruth white. Streamers of black and visi ed Mrs. Annie D. gold extended down the center VI&HCU m* u. . . ..,.„_ m (,,fr«*l r,nr\f uraca JiJdClCa » ..JAV^U --Coats in Paragould Sunday. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Deaton Easter were Mr and Mrs. James Owen and fam .. M Mr an tUn. FOLLTES WINNERS-More than 700 attended the Armorel School Follies and saw these youngsters awarded trophies for outstanding performances. First place winners in the girls and boys division were Steve Robinson and Judy Ward (front) ; other winners were Cathy Grene, Judy Morris and Lanny Galloway (back row). (Courier News Photo) Blllllllllllllllllllllilllllltllllll^^ ^svbbw »•»• Bride to Open Gifts Beforehand V an. hiren (MeNiufht syndicate Inc.) ••muni! DEAR ABBY: I am a bridesmaid with a problem. The bride has invited over 300 guests to her wedding, and she has decided to save all her wedding gifts to open at the reception. There will be a five - piece band for dancing and I would like to enjoy myself at the reception. lam told that it is cutomary for the bridesmaids to stand around while the bride opens her wedding gifts and "help" her. How can I get out of it? BUGGED DEAR BUGGED: Try to persuade the bride to open her jifts beforehand. If she opens only 150 gifts at the rate of one every two minutes, it will take five hours which is enough to wither anybody'* nosegay! DEAR ABBY: My husband and I were invited my nephew's wedding in Italy, but we could not go. Nevertheless, we sent a gift of one hundred dollars plus the finest casserole set on the market. Last week we received their ihank-you note saying they appreciated our gifts, but they had the "small inconvenience" of having to pay $10 custom duty on the casserole set! I admit we did not consider the duty that had to be paid by the only thing that is worse than a snoop is a liar, and you qualify for both!" J. H. C. PASADENA DEAR ABBY: You should have told ORLANDO LADY not to jump to any conclusions because her husband comes home from work in a different suit than he left for work in. Men sometimes leave their suits at cleaning and pressing establishments near their place of business and change to "fresh" suits during the day time. LOU IN DETROIT Alicia Donner spent Sunday as guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. S, Capehart in Holland. Mr.'and Mrs. I. D. Shedd and Mrs Wayne Shedd and children visited Mr. and Mrs. Monty Grimes in Leachville Sunday. Mrs. J. C. Sandusky of Peters- urg, Tenn., is spending two ieeks with her father, Mr. R. F. liggs. Hattie Mae Grimes circle of First Baptist Church met in the home of Mrs. Dean Pierce last 'uesday evening with 11 mem- >ers present. Mrs. Milton 'owles opened the meeting with rayer. Mrs. L. H. Goodson, circle hairman, presided at the busi- ess session. The business meeting was losed with a prayer for foreign missions and missionaries by rfrs. John Ellis. Mrs. Bud Wortham gave a re- iew on the mission study book, Panama, the Land Between." The hostess served refreshments. The Music Department of r- ansas State College presented he ASC Singers April 13 in a pring concert at Wilson Audi- orium. Mrs. Milton Towles of Manila attended the concert. Her daughter, Elizabeth Ellen. ner and address. Paul Deaton gave the & dinner, Trigger Wall acting as master of cere- Troubled? Write to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal, For a personal -eply, enclose a stamped, self - addressed envelope. For Abby's booklet, "How To Have a Lovely Wedding," send 50 cents to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal. Mr. and Mrs. William Kelch and family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Claud Henderson of Osceola Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William Lind and daughters of Memphis were ;uests of Mrs. A. J. Hill, Sun- lay. Mrs. Walter Wood visited .Mrs . W. Clark Monday. Miss Lalla Ann Callis of Lux. WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chickasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Wilson Done Jr., Plaintiff, vs. No. 16740 Betty Jean Done, Defendant The defendant, Betty Jean DOB*, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the them. But for them to re- | court named in the caption here- __:_J ..*. nC tlitt Ifl nllaro Hlltv «f i«rf eneiimi* the* /»nmnlflint f\f mind us of the 10 ollars duty they had to pay struck a very sour note with me. Wa have always been very generous with this nephew. Do you think we should reimburse him the $10? HIS AUNT DEAR AUNT: No! In this case, the recipients were well able to pay the duty. But this may be an opportune time to advise others to inquire about the "duty" on a gift to be sent abroad before sending it. DEAR ABBY: What's happened to you? Where are the guts and gumption that made you famous? I would have given "UNSTEAMED" an answer something like this: "May r suggest that you tactfully '.'ni your mother that you don', believe her cock and bull story about ^ow she accidentally found your diary in your drawer while looking for something else. Neither do y«u believe that she accidentally bent one of the pages with her long fingernails while moving it, and while trying to straighten it out happened to see something you had written about her. Furthermore, tell her that if she didn't pry and moop «h* wouldn't see things that weren't meant for her eyes. And remind her that those who eavesdrop seldom hear anything good about • , And cap. it with, of and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Wilson Done Jr. Dated this 15th day of April, 1966 at 11:00 o'clock A.M. GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By Geraldine Listen Ed B. Cook, Attorney Percy A. Wright, Atty Ad Litem 4-19, 26, 5-3 10 IN THE PROBATE COURT OF CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Cecil Shelby Me- Adams, deceased. NO. 4347. LAST KNOWN ADDRESS OF DECEDENT: Leachville, Arkansas. DATE OF DEATH: February 27, 1966. The undersigned was appointed administrator of the above- named decedent on the 8th day of April, 1966. All persons having claims against the estate must exhibil them, duly verified, to the un dersigned within six months going president. from the date of the first pub llcation of this notice, or they shall be forever barred and pre estate. This notice first published 19th day of April,. 1966. Bobbie McAdams, Administrator 1937 Lenell Dr. Little Rock, Arkansas Ed B. Cook Attorney for Petitioner Luxora News By Mrs. A. J. Hill eturning to Luxora. , . Mrs. Charles Howard is visit- quivive. ing her daughter, Mrs, Bobby todson of Leland, Miss everal days. and friends in Lexing- on, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. and miniature stuffed lions were placed at intervals. The speaker's table was centered with yellow carnations surrounding a gold basketball. Girls from the seventh and in serving. monies introduced the coaches, Bob Evans and Gaylon Ward, who in turn, introduced the players and cheerleaders. Evans showed films of tha Manila - Rector game after which Mr. Wall introduced the speaker for the evening, Coach Dick Winningham, of Arkansas College in Batesville. He introduced Bill Baxter, a former Greene County Tech all- starter, who is a senior.at Arkansas College. Mr. Wall announced the following to serve as new officers of the Club. President, Ray Blankenship; vfce president, Bobby Bcott; secretary and treasurer, Herbert Adkins, and two new board members, Jack Edwards and Lockard Benson. Astrological * Forecast * _ By CARROLL RIGHTER „ To determine your forecast, not« paragraph opposite dates, which include your birth date. (McNaught Syndicate, Inc.) WEDNESDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: A day when you are advised to take no chances whatever and not to rely upon those who have sudden and dramatic ideas and plans. Instead you can turn today's aspects to your advantage by the resourcefulness by which you use tact, method, diplomacy to good use. Stick to long-range plans and proven principles, methods. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) You find that congenial pals are very helpful but don't trust any get - rich - quick schemers or you lose what security you now .enjoy. Stick to the tried and true. Be careful that you are only with congenials tonight, too. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to I.Iay 20) Keeping promises made to higher - ups is wise, though you may think your own ideas are superior — remember that they have the say - so. Don't argue. Do some studying tonight that can improve your position in life. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Instead of carrying through with dull chores, try to find a better system or better outlets that will be more remunerative and satisfying. Don't be so narrow minded. A more friendly attitude toward others helps great- MOON CHILDREN (June 22 ora, Miss Judy Anderson of Os- to July 21) Steer clear of one eola and Miss Sue Osborne of who wants you to go along with Jlylheville returned to William own ideas, tho he, or she, Hows Vood College at Fulton, Mo., they are not right. Show that Sunday after spending the you have determination. Handle pring vacation with their par ' '""" nts. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Callis ac- own business in a very meticulous way. LEO (July 22 to Aug 21) Be . . .__.. ,....„ „ ompanied them to Fulton and careful to listen to what higher- hen visited in St. Louis before ups have to say instead o c trying to force own ideas that . Mrs. Charles Moore was a could lessen your prestige,, etc. guest of Mrs. Ross Moore in Evening is best for anything of hytheville, Tuesday. a material nature. 3e on the VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) for Don't permit private anxieties svc,,.. u=,o. to bog you down so that you Mrs. W. K, Johnston returned cannot operate well in business o Lexington Tenn., after spend or other activities that mean ng several months as guests of much to you. Do only what is Mrs W C Howard. necessary. Then out to new US. W. *->. riuvTa.u. -•>Mrs W C Howard is visiting ideas, plans and coup d etals. " ' LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) A good pal may not agree with vhat an advisor thinks is your best bet at this time. Your own experience serves you best in solving this matter. Be graceful Ernest Aron-. son of Nashville, Ark., were guests of- Mr. and Mrs. Ollie toward last week. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dickersbn of Chicago were .guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Howard for sev- jral days. They also visited her lather, Arthur Olsen and family at Half Moon. The Book Club met at the home of Miss Eva Cook Tuesday evening with 15 members attending, Mrs. Leroy Brownlee was elected president to succeed Mrs. C. C. Burton, out- Mrs. Burton was presented a gift from the chapter. After yearbooks were distri- cluded from any benefit in the buted, a dessert course and coffee were served. Mrs. Murray Rictiarson, Mrs Ora Wood, Mrs. A. J. Hill, Mrs Welle Raper, Mrs. C. B. Wood, Mrs. Emma Koch, Mrs. J. H Thweatt and Mrs. Jimmy Coch ran attended the WMU .rally held at Gosnell Baptist Church t-19, X Thursday. Spring Piano Classes Now Open Mrs. James Bassham SOS Robindale Call PO 3-0795 HERMON JONES BUSINESS MEN'S ASSURANCE CM. 1430 Dotofi An Phoat &7V4W) Uraiptiu I. TecaMH* Oil) for FTM Cnmulutlon lMunuic« (at Tttttt Pluawt Key Mnn, 'urtnewhlp tn OOr* pomtkm Group. PtnHon, ftatln- merit «nd Bonplttllmtlon. for loyally of friend. Be sociable in P.M. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Others do not seem to agree with your views and much argument could ensue. Keep mum Be courteous. Then you win out and maintain friendships. SAGIT-ARIUS (Nc... 22 to Dec. 21) You have to take care in motion today or you are. apt to break things, cause damages of some sort or another. Solve that problem that is bothering you. Be kind instead of critical with close ties in P.M. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Although seeking pleasure at all cost is uppermost in your mind, don't do so at the expense of loyalty and interests. Be practical in nothing else. Stick to principle and good sense. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) While kin may expect far more of you than you can humanly give, do what is possible and then carry through with .own work, etc.'Be true to your duties. Stop being so self - sacrificing with outsiders, too. PISCES (Feb 20 to Mar. 20) Important you drive with extreme care or you could be incapacitated for some time, to come. Control your temper and be safe. Words must be chosen carefully also or you lose some valuable friend. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY...he, or she, will be one of those persons who will find it very difficult to get ahead because there is an innate stub- borness not to listen to the ideas and views of others. Early teach to have greater regard for fellow man and then much is learned and the success here can be remarkable, especially in fields of art, money and philosophy. Give a good religious training in adolescence. The word "alphabet" comes from "alpha" and "beta" first two letters of the Greek alphabet. • H&D SHOP Wholesale Bait & Tackle • Minnows • Gold Fish • Red Rin Shiners • Wornu • Tuffies • Crickets • Crawfish • Ice • Outboard Motor Oil & Gas • Hunting & Fishing Licenses Open 24 Hrs. on Weekend Ph. PO 3-1467 216 Laclede Blytheville, Ark. R. J. "Buddy" Donner, Manager Special Special 'BIG BOY' Tomato Plants Each in its own individual pot and selling for 15c Each or $1.50 Dozen Also Half Grown YARD PLANTS McADAMS GREENHOUSES 206 R. Davis IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOR THE CHICKASWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. ISAAC BYRD PLAINTIFF VS. No. 16733 ROBERT AND LAURA LOVE AND Lot 28 in Larry's 4th Addition to (lie City of Blylheville, Arkansas DEFENDANTS NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Isaac Byrd has filed in the office of the Clerk of the Chancery Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, his petition No. 16733 to confirm and quiet title to Lot 28 in Larry's 4lh. Addition to the City of Blytheville, Arkansas in the plaintiff in this cause. All persons claiming said lands or any interest therein are hereby notified and warned to appear before the said Chancery Court of said State, District and County on the 27th day of May, 1966, at 9:30 in the morning, to show cause, if any they have, their rights or interest, if any, why said lands should not be confirmed and quieted according to the decree of this Court in this cause. On failure of any party or per-' son, plaintiff or defendant, or alleged heirs or next of kin to appear in said Court to answer plaintiffs petition and set up their claims will be forever I barred. Witness my hand and seal of my office on this 8th day of April, 1966. GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By Geraldine Liston Ed B. Cook Atty. for petitioner 4-19, 26, 5-3, 10, 17, M P»»onalii«d, lasting ttapnc* in ring* that becom* mere ireawrad «ra ehoritUd. A thrill for «iy gift occasion. SPECIAL PURCHASE 140 SWIM SUITS By Catalina -& Elizabeth Stewart Rose/none Reed Just In time For The Season Ahead! Values To $28.95 In Two Wonderful Groups each This Week Only-All Sizes All Children's Swim Suits Catalina and Jantten $^50 $^00 2 each 3 each Values To $7-Sizes 3 To 12 This Is A One-Time-Sale This Week Only SALE STARTS WEDNESDAY-9 A.M. Whitsitt's "Because You Like Smart Things"

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