Page Fourteen -Blythcvllle (Ark.) Courier News - Friday, May », MM ^ ANNIVERSARY ALBUM SPECIAL MENTION-Judges at Blylhe- said its theme failed to qualify it for a prize. : viUe 75th anniversary parade Saturday de- it was sponsored' by City Beautiful. (Conner scribed this float as best in the parade, but News Photo) SECOND PLACE - Rebekah Lodge 18 Newcomers Club was first. (Courier News sponsored this anniversary parade float on Sat- Photo) urday and won a second place. Blytlieville EX-MAYORS—Wils Davis, Harry Brown, ors who were on hand for dedication services Doyle Henderson, Dan Blodgett, Churchill of City Hall Sunday. (Courier News Photo) Buck and Toler Buchanan were former may- mDtar Looks too Ducky! -Abiaait Va an ren (McNaught Syndicau Inc.) iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMniiniiiinHiiiiiiiiiiiiinHiiiu DEAR ABBY: I am a gal | wait until "next time"? Since you are the one who uncovered this petty chiseling, you should let the chise- Icr know that you are on to her. You need not be apolo- who is over 21, minds her own business and wishes other people would mind theirs. I have a friend sho pays my rent and buys my groceries. In return all he gets are home cooked meals, believe it or not He's in the process ot getting a divorce and he hates to eat out. II works out fine for both of us. He has stayed here over a few week-ends because he's afraid to drive after he's been drinking on a c c o u n t of he doesn't have a driver's license Some of my neighbors have slipped some very insulting notes under my door. I haven't done anything to be ashamed of. Have they a right to blacken my name? DEAR GIRL: Your neighbors can't be blamed for thinking there's more cooking at your place than home- cooked meals. If you don't want to be mistaken for a duck, don't walk like a duck, quack like a duck, and don't shack up with odd .birds. getic to call a crook a crook. DEAR ABBY: How do you tell your daughter - in - law, whom you love, to take more more care in the dressing of her two small daughters, who are my grandchildren? I love to buy for them, and I have sent them lovely, expensive clothes, but I have yet to see them wear anything I have bought them. My daughter-in-law is a wonderful, intelligent person, who dresses tastefully herself, but the girls always look like rag- THE GIRL NEXT DOOR i amuffins in their faded jeans and mismatched blouses. Don't misunderstand, they are not neglected, they're clean, but their mother doesn't seem to care how they look. GRANNY DEAR GRANNY: If, when you drop by her home, the girls are Playing, of course they'll look more like ragamuffins than fashion plates. But if they look that way at church, calling, or places where little girls are usually dressed in their pretties, And if she's as "wonderful and Intelligent" as you say DEAR ABBY: I work in a factory, and everytime there is a collection to be taken up to buy a cb-wbrker a gift, this one woman always does the collecting and buying. Recently she bought our supervisor an insulated jacket. She said it cost $14, and even showed us the price tag. I liked the jacket very much and went to the store to buy myself one. There I found it was marked $10.88, so I asked the manager if the jacket had been marked down. He advised me it had not, and they never had one even similar at any other price. In checking the prices of some other items, I found that this woman had helped herself to a few more dollars. I told some of my co-workers and no one wants to mention it to her, and neither do I. Next time a collection is made, how should this be handled? BURNED UP DEAR BURNED: Why N CVrO "' «« ||||||||B||||||||||||||||||I!I11111 " mm MiiniiiNiiHMin ii«»iPwiiffliffliiiitiiiiiii]iiti«iiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiim»iii!iiiiiMiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiw MRS. W. M. DAVIDSON she is, she'll appreciate the reminder. CONFIDENTIAL TO E. G. C., PRESIDENT OF THE CORNELL CLASS OF '45? The gentleman doth protest too much, methinks. When it came to being truly irresistible to women, 'tis rumored that Young Eric led the rest. The home of Mrs. Jack Tipton was the scene of a party Friday evening when Wesleyan Service Guild of First Methodist Church honored a member, Mrs. A. W. Smith, who with her husband will be leaving for Jonesboro to make their home. Mrs. Tipton led in a game after which she presented Mrs. Smith with a lamp and casserole dish from members. Pie and coffee were served. Mrs. J. 0. Rook spent several days last week in Paragould visiting Mrs. Lorinda McPherson and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lynn and children of Paragould were guests Sunday of her mother, Mrs. Frances Reynolds. Mrs. Jimmy Shreves of St. Louis is spending two weeks with her grandmother, Mrs. Mary Crouse. Mrs. T. L. Riggs is a patient in Rodman Hospital in Leachville. Mr. and Mrs. George Rook and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rook of West Memphis were guests unday of Mrs. J. 0. Rook. Manila Schools presented fourth grade, junior high and high school choirs in concert at the junior high suditorium Sunday afternoon under the direction of Mrs. Diane Simpson. Accompanists were Misses Linda Ford and Missy Stahr. Mrs. Russie Stokley of St. Louis is visiting her brothers, W. E. and P. G. Ballard, and her sister, Mrs. J. E. English. Hattie Mae Grimes Circle of First Baptist Church met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. John Ellis. After reading a list of missionaries on the prayer calendar, Mrs. Edith Homer, led in pray- er. During the business session, the circle chairman, Mrs. Lois loodson, presided. Minutes of the last meeting were read and the treasurer's report given by Mrs. Dorothy Towles. Names were taken to receive cards. Eaeii member was to take a covered dish or some flow- rs to a person on the list who is ill. "My Family — Witnessing," was the theme of the program led by Mrs. Elizabeth Rice which was closed with a prayer by Mrs. Towles. The hostess served refreshments during the social hour. Problems? Write to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal., 90069. For a personal reply, enclose a stamped, self - addressed envelope. Mrs. Lina Frcy of Ladenburg, Germany, and Mr. and Mrs. Henrich Frcy and son Thomas of Kitchener, Canada, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Byrd and children. Mrs. Lina Frey is an aunt of Mrs. Byrd and Mr. Frey is a cousin. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Byrd and daughter Gwynnae of Los Angeles were guests last week of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Byrd. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Adams and sons of Belzoni, Miss., spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Adams. Mrs. Virgil Pate and daughter Cindy of West Memphis were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn L. Shownes and children: ' rs^ R. W. Malloy presented 47 members of her kindergarten class in graduation exercise Sun day afternoon in Leachville Elementary auditorium. Pupils from Manila were Lori Leigh Shownes, Candese Towles and Timmy Sandusky. Attending from Manila were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Alston, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Towles and daughter Amy, Mrs. Lorine Blackwood, Mrs. Walter Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn L. Shownes and their houseguests, Mrs. Virgil Pate and daughter, Cindy, of West Memphis. ttememoer Pay Vcur Paper Boy SAVE MONEY PAIN RELIEF Don't ov«rp«»l No other l«bt»t In flOvernment'Sponsored test of 5 ftadlno pain relievers gave stronger or fiittr psln relief—thin St. Joseph Aspirin. Gentle » buffering, coils leu than half «s much at leading "combination of Inoredlents" prod- uctt. Contains no added drug* or ingredients you may not need! pure pain ST.JOSEPH mnuamftitti Hate to write letters? Send $1 to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal., 90069, for Abby's booklet, "How to Write Letters for All Occasions." Astrological * Forecast * By CARROLL RIGHTER _ ent fire. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY he, or she, will have to early be taught to complete what has been started instead jot jumping from one thing to another and accomplishing very little. The mind, however, is very good and once the discipline in the school is learned, and much education given there can be a really big success in this interesting chart. The trouble shooter is especially prom! inent here — even a police! • WINNERS^-Rusty Widner won the cos- Craig took prizes In the horseback division of iume division,'Mrs. Jimmy Barksdale, as an (he city's 75th anniversary parade Saturday. -'Arabian princess; Karen Hatley and June ..(Courier News Photo) To determine your forecast, note paragraph opposite dates, which include your birth date SATURDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: Only by expressing your most charming and attractive qualities will you be able to turn aside some pretty annoying conditions with others this Saturday and you can get rid of those discontented feelings that surge within you by thinking of some pleasant things to do for others whom you like and who need you. ARIES (Mar. 21 lo Apr. 19) Don't jump around here and Siere but try to do something amusing that will give you relief from present tensions. If you curb tendency to criticize others, this too will be helpful. Be kind. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Any feeling or show of martyrdom is to no avail and will only alienate others, keep you from! benefits that are possible now. Objectively go after what has to be done. Then you win out. GEMINI (May 21, to June 21) Be careful not to lose your temper with others because you feel you are not getting ahead as fast as you would like — or talk in a pessimistic way. Just keep working at your special job. Tiien all works out fine. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Private worries could cause you to fall down on obligations you have assumed if you don't early rise abve them. New contact expects a good deal of you, so don't be disappointing. Get on the beam! Produce. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Offending those you contact in social life could be well-nigh disastrous, so postpone attending such if necessary. Find a better way to get ahead just at this time. However, don't confide in others, VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Concentrate upon how to make bigger headway with bigwigi on GIFTS For The Bride! For The Graduates! For Those People Who Already "HAVE EVERYTHING!" AT THE NEW O'Steen's i 6 *?''* 105 W. Main & Gift MOfC Located Next Door To Fred's Dollar Store McNaught. Syndicate, Inc. this free day. Be most circumspect in all feat you do or you get into a whole bushel of trouble. Show that you have wisdom as well as intellect. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) A day for analyzing new interests so that you know which are best for you to enter into seriously later. Don't be forceful with those individuals you feel are fascinating. Give situations time to mature. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Keeping promises you have made whether at home, in busi ness, culturally is very wise. Avoid making some radical change that you might regret later, or it may be that this is not the right time. Be cautious. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Concentrate upon how to please your associates instead of badgering them unnecessarily. Certain situations may come up that hardly please you. Handle them wisely and they become stepping - stones to greater success. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) You have to be ingenious in working out conditions at own home and much careful thought will bring real improvement. Think wisely where your fundamental affairs are concerned. Get all in .order. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) This is a good free day to go after the recreational fun that you like, but be sure you are not too extravagant. Taking chances with some new and seemingly fascinating interest could cost you more than you now realize. Use caution. PISCES (Feb. 20 lo Mar. 20} Concentrate upon how to get your basic affairs operating more efficiently today or you can get into trouble soon as you arc progressing. Disharmony may exit at abode. Don't add any matt fuel fc tin pm- Move up. 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