The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 21, 1966 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, May 21, 1966
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wuner irm — wturoay, fl, — Fi|ttte« Astrological * Forecast * By CARROLL R1GHTEH To determine jmw turctast, not* paragraph opposite dates, which includi your' birth daU SUNDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: You have a wonderful chance now to see the future ahead very clearly and to make progress in spiritual, religious, philosophical, emotional, mental or material avenues of expression, Extend your horizons to take in the most comprehensive course that you can envision under which to operate in the days ahead. Please others. ARIES (Mar. 2i to Apr. 19) Home and family are the core of your existence now, so do your utmost to delight all there, make conditions far more pleasant. All basic affairs can also be made more workable. Good management is the keynote. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Group meetings are your best bet on this free day — lectures of a lofty nature are particularly good. Come to decisions of real import. Impress others by being both wise and kind with everyone you contact. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Thinking and studying ways by which you are able to increase your income appreciably is best outlet for you in A. M., Get in touch with advisors you can trust. They give you excellent advice. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) The planets are definitely on your side now and you can express yourself very well with others. You can expand by being very definite and precise. State your idas in a limple, clear way. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Any- fcing that is puzzling to you can be clarified by conferring with experts quietly during spare time. Then use that fine Intuition to reach greater rapport with loved ones. Be kind and generous. VIRGO (Aug. 22 o Spt. 22) Personal aims can come within your orb easily today by talking matters over with good and sincere friends. Be as social as possible and you find that a worthwhile new ally can be gained. Be very courteous, charming. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Contacting the most powerful person you know early will permit you to get together on some plan or for activities you mu- ually like. Act in such a way that others will be impressed, want to follow your lead. Make this a happy business - social day and P.M. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Fine opportunities are open to you today to make big headway as you most desire and in a very pleasant social way. Some big expert could be in the mood to give you benefit of some fine ideas. Be alert. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to DC. 21) Getting off quietly by yourself several times will give you a chance to get powerful intuitive messages just what you should do in certain affairs. This can be most helpful. Talk over any puzzling matters with mate in P.M. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Thinking over what is t h e best procedure in handling partners who have been rather difficult lately produces right results. A different system is necessary in public matters, too. Find proper one. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Living the Golden Rule to the letter now helps others to do likewise and you can get much accomplished as well. Be sure to state what it is you expect from co-worker. Then there is closer co-operation. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Ferreting out what others desire most to do and then joining them in such will bring closer accord BOW, greater happiness. Don't waste time on those you don't really like. Be honest with your«lf, master of your own soul. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he, or she, will be one of those interesting young ones Whose judgment will be wonderfully accurate and can make big headway with higher- ups by going straight to him, or her and stating ideas, thoughts, •tc. A fine combination here ol materialism and aesthete, imaginative thinking. Any profession dealing with pure logic is fine for this very promising dividual. Be understanding, generous. MONDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES; The daytime is fine for you to nak* aqy emotional decisions Int. McNlulht or to settle any differences of opinion you may have with one of whom you are very fond. Also good for buying or trying out new apparel and to merchandize whatever you have been awaiting a propitious moment to put in effect. Then relax tonight. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Some time spent at finding out what family needs are J»lps you to ingratiate yoursrf into their good graces again. Do not get into arguments. Find way to have benefits, greater security. Study well in P.M. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Making out important reports or statements is imperative today, especially where government is concerned. Important selling or buying can also be accomplished. Start rebuilding with confidence. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Increasing income appreciably is best accomplished by closeting yourself with financial wizards. Any repairs to buildings should be planned and thought about right now. Get figures, estimates, etc. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Using a positive approach will get you what you most desire today. Dress nicely and make a fine impression on those you contact. Use your intuition to recognize the needs of others. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) You can confer with those from whom you want backing and get far more than you had even anticipated. Make your plans for the future very intelligently. The most ideal results will then be possible. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Good comrades have been admiring the progress you have made lately and will give fur- her backing if you need it now. Je sure you do social favors or others who have been gen- rous in the past. Make this era of good feeling. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Inything of a civic nature can le handled cleverly and ethi- ally so that you benefit a great leal from it in your business, etc. A bigwig can be seen quite easily. Get support for your aims. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Vew ideas occur to you that make it possible to handle others more effectively at this time, especially any you consider to be partners. Advanc- ment comes quickly. Growth de>ends on poise. SAGITTARIUS (N o v. 22 t og Dec. 21) If you use precision in dealing with any with whom foa have important dealings, /ou gain right results and full co-operation. Tm's can be in any sphere of your endeavor. Don't lermit any person or condition to floor you. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) It is important that you first ell associates what you expect of them instead of trying to be orceful, demanding. Do so pa- ently and then arbitrate harmoniously. Let there be strength in union. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Utilize that energy to get duties behind you and to make others co-operate with you more readily. Later, take any lealth treatments you need to revitalize your body, your mind. Be sensible. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) i'ou can get a wonderful start today at whatever is your great, est interest, but you must be your most charming self with others. Get evening's appointments set up early. Have a wonderful time! IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he, or she, will be at highly sensitive person who intuitively knows what others are going through emotionally, and can be of great help to humanity at large. However, be sure to give » good practical education since, while the ideas are good, it will take know how to get them across intelligently, profitably. Great understanding and love is necessary here to bring the best out of your progency. •D ear WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chick- What Will Hubby Think? I/ /an (Mcmafkl Uc.) asawba County, District, Arkansas. Mississippi Levada Webster (Col), Plaintiff vs. No. 16775 DEAR ABBY: First let me explain that I have five children (two are not in school yet), a nine-room house to take care of, and no one to help me. When my husband comes home from work he always asks, "What do you do around here all day?" Abby I could sock him! How should I answer this? BOLING IN DOVER, N. J. DEAR BOILING: Don't an swer him. But tomorrow, do absolutely NOTHING! And when your husband comes home and finds the beds unmade, breakfast and lunch dishes piled in the sink, the laundry basket spilling over with onironed clothes, and not a trace of supPer started, he will demand, "WHAT HAPPENED ANYWAY?" Then it's your cue to say, "You're always asking me what I do around here all day. Well, today, I didn't do it!" DEAR ABBY: Some good friends of ours went on an extended trip thru the orient recently and ever since, each time we enter their house, we are a captive audience for the slides they took. The last time we had to be almost rude to get taway at 2:30 a;m. They took 2,009 (honest!) pictures, and at 15 seconds each, I figure we still have another six solid hours of viewing ahead, not counting reruns. Abby, we are genuinely fond of these people, and are interested in their experiences, but if only they would organize their presentation and edit out the underexposed, repetitious, and redundant, the slides could be fascinating. I am sure our sentiments are shared by many. Any advice for us stay-at-homes? FOND FRIENDS DEAR FRIENDS: Yes. Avoid their home until the novelty of that trip has worn off. For some strange reason, friends who accept criticism oo everything else with good humor and equanimity, become hostile when guests take a dim view of their slides. IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOR CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. VERNICE ODLE PLAINTIFF VS. No. 16778 R. J. ODLE DEFENDANT WARNING ORDER The defendant, R. J. Odle, is lereby warned to appear in this Court within thirty days and answer the complaint of he plaintiff, Vernice Odle, and upon his failure to do so, said complaint will be taken as con- 'essed. WITNESS my hand as Clerk cf the Chancery Court of Chickasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas and the seal of said Court this 12th day of May, 1966. GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By Betty Coats, D.C. REID, BURGE & PREVALLET Attorneys for Plaintiff LEON BURROW Attorney ad litem 5-14, 21, 28, 8-3 Walter Webster (Col.) Defendant. The defendant, Walter Webster, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and sn&wtr tht complaint el to» DEAR ABBY: This is for "Love Starved," whose wife wouldn't let him near her for fear he'd smear her make-up or muss her hair. I reme- her something I read in your column any years ago. You said, "If women worked as hard to PLEASE their husbands as they did to HOOK them, we could turn our divorce courts into bowling alleys." If my husband wants to muss my hair, it's okay with me. He's the reason I fixed it. RUTH DEAR ABBY: Another girl and I work at a candy counter. She is a nice girl, but she never smiles. She waits on customers with a long face, and the way she says, "Thank you," sounds like "I hope I never see you again." I always smile when I wait on customers. I think that is the way to get them to come back. My co-worker says people don't care whether you smile or not. They usually buy on the impulse and will come back anyway. What is your opinion? ALL SMILES DEAR ALL: What a cus- WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chickasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. George H. Snider, Plaintiff, vs. No. 16764 Arvilla K. onider, Defendant. The defendant, Arvilla K. Snider, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, George H. Snider. Dated this 5th day of May, 1968 at 10:30 o'clock A.M. GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By Betty Coats, D.C. Leon Burrow, Attorney James M. Gardner, Atty Ad Litem 5-7, 14, 21, 28 plaintiff, Levada Webster. Dated this 12th day of May 1966, at 3:00 P.M. GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By Betty Coats, D.C. Percy A. Wright, Attorney Ed B. Cook, Atty Ad Litem Hi. 21, ag, «4 toraer REALLY wants of • salesperson, believe it or not it courtesy and efficiency, not smiles! The salesperson who is too busy chatting with another salesperson to notice that a customer is waiting, or one who can't maKe change or write up « sales slip efficiently, will never compensate with • smile. But the salesperson who is courteous, efficient, ready to serve, AND smiles, ah! Her price is above rubies, her paycheck shall runneth over, and her bosr will rise np and call her "buyer." Troubled? Write to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal., 90069. For a personal reply, enclose a stamped, self - addressed envelope. 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." HOLLAND NEWS By Bin. Joe Lester The Junior High Basketball Boy's banquet was held Thursday night, May 12 in the Holland lunch room. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Scott were in charge. The tables were covered with white cloths and a centerpiece of fall flowers around a miniature basketball centered on each able. The place cards were lulldogs. The special guests were Tom Bottoms, Mr. and Mrs. RUey Knight and Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Kinder. Mr. Bottoms was the speaker and Mr. Kinder was master of ceremonies. Dollie Atkins was crowned Junior High Basketball queen by James Kifer. Joe Scott, the Junior High coach, presented the Ninth grade boys their basKetball letters. The Eighth grade and cheerleaders' letters will be presented later as they didn't arrive in time to be presented at the banquet. Managers letters were presented to James Moore and Mike Scott. Individual tropheys were presented to Tony Jarbro for the best floor player in the eighth grade and to James Kifer for the Ninth grade best floor player. These were also presented by Joe Scott. Mr. and Mrs. William B. Waldrop and Mrs. Oleda Waldrop surprised Mrs. Jeff Northern on her birthday May 11 when they W6nt tO nCr nOlftC Wltn d DeoUu- ful cake Mrs. Waldrop baked and decorated. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bumpus of Miami, Fla., visited in the home of their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Northern from Thursday until Saturday morning. Albert McGarity of Gobler is at home after being a patient in the Baptist Hospital in Memphis for several days. Visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Raspberry over the weekend were Mr. Raspberry'* sister, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Malti and family of Fort Worth, Tex., Mrs. Lemand Hallmark of Clarkston, Mich., Miss Glenda Raspberry and Miss Carol Logan of West Memphis. Mrs. A. R. Litfie and Mrs. Joe Lester were in Caruthersville Wednesday afternoon. Mr« fllara MrCrarv whft ias just returned from San liego, Calif., went to Cape 3irardeau Saturday to be with icr mother, Mrs. Mary Slaten, who is confined to her bed from a back injury she received from a fall. Mrs. Geraldine Maclin and Mrs. Blanch Gibson of Steele visited with Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Stivers Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Merrick visited with them Saturday. Mrs. Gracie Wallace and her Brother-in-law, Lonnie Fortner of Dexter, Mo., visited his wife and her sister, Mrs. Lonnie Forl ner, at the Barnes Hospital in St. Louis Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Jepk- ins and Mr. and Mrs. Nat Nunnery spent Mother's Day with Mrs. Jenkin's parents, Mr. anc Mrs. Ab Jones of Doniphan Mo. Mr. and Mrs. L. N. kinder spent the weekend in Cordon- ville visiting her brother, Joe Volkerding. Mrs. Andrew Jenkins, Judy Jenkins and Mrs. Nat Nunnery were in Memphis Monday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Flowers of Cooler visited Mrs. Erna Perry Wednesday. Pvt. Larry Jackson reported to Ft. Sill, Okla., Tuesday after spending ten days leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clail Jackson. Spec. 4 Richard Raspberry son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rasp- We're ^^ ._. J _. sL. ~. ,^_i *_*. Celebrating ^•k Our f] 1 1 v ^BS*F f 1 \3ffl PI j dill n esrVjejlfjfJI | THANKS to t who have favored us Thanks to our farmer our friends and neigh professional and bus! those who come in th foods available. . At t berry Sr., has gone to Ft. Ord, Calif., to await further orders. Richard spent 30 days leave here after completing 13 months tour of duty in Korea. His parents entertained with fish fry at their home in his honor. Mr. and Mrs T.roy Tuberville and daughter Bonnie spent the weekend in St. Louis with Mr. and Mrs. Gene TuberviUe. Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Robertson and son Mike of Nashville, Tenn., visited with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Little, Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Little were in Kennett Friday. They GOOSEY'S TIRE SHOP & GARAGE General Auto Repairs Welding • Tractor Tirei Flats • Vulcanizing Tube Repair • Valve Stem LAWNMOWER REPAIR FREE PICKUP 6 DELIVERY 1000 N. 6th PO 3-9734 Rear StrlckUna'i Grocer; stopped ea their wsy home to visit with her father who "to sick at the home of his ion and wife, Mr. and MM. Andrew Jenkins. "Cowpoke" WESTERN SHOP SEE US ... For Noeoni Boots, Siddles, Tack, Grooming Supplies, & Clothing, Driftwood Arrangements Sale South of Blythevillt on Hwy. 61 Roxy Theatre BLYTHEVILLE Open 7 days a'week:,'., Continuous Showing Saturday & Sunday Double Feature "THE PRIZE" With Paul Newman Plus "THE YOUNG AND THE BRAVE" With Rory Calhotm Sot Midnite Shew "What's Up Front?" With Tommy Holdeit:, Rocky's : ; Bait Shop 201 No. Center St. (Formerly Bud and Ira's Bait Shop) Minnows - Worms Crayfish - Crickets Fishing Tacklt lee and Snacks Buell W. Carter, MFA Agent «00 N. 6th Next Door to Dixie Pig PhoiM PO 3-3361 Try before you buy! SKIDMORE PIANO CO. 101 E. Main St. Phone PO 3-7971 Attention Farmers CLOSE-OUT ON Cotton Hoes.. ea. $1.69 Fondren & Sons Hdw. And Gifts 311 W. Main "Free Parking In Rear" Ph. PO 3-4520 Under New Management! LOGAN'S TEXACO SERVICE and the RED ROOSTER INN Serving a Complete Menu with the Finest Chair-Broiled Steaks Between Memphis and St. Louis Trust Your Car to the Man with the Star" R. E. JAQUES, STATION MGR. KATIE JAQUES, INNKEEPER No. 9 Road and Interstate 55 4 Miles No. of Blytheville H Mile East of Yarbro School PO 3-9715 — "We Never Close" THANKS ^to the most wonderful people we know, our customers, "" f J ' '" tant business beyond our fondest hopes, men who fill our dinning rooms at 5 AM; e in droves for mid-morning snacks; the, who come by for lunch ... and to all of - for our extra special service of the finest er Boy, every guest is a SPECIAL GUEST .. every order is a SPECIAL ORDER. Thank you all for a successful and pleasant year of serving you. Come in this week and help us celebrate) our first anniversary. Attendance Prizes Drawing Will fie He/d Each Night at 8 P.M. Register at any time Saturday and Sunday Free Carnations for the Ladies Each Evening, 7 to 9 P.M. and 12 noon 'til 2 p.m. Sunday Private Dining Rooms are the setting for Receptions and parties ef al kinds. Weddings . . . Wedding Receptions ... Civic Groups . . _ Slice Meetings and others are using the Drummer Boy's Colonial dinlnf rooms with knotty pine wainscoating, indirect lighting and objects of are ks abundance. The Drummer Boy has reservations three and four weeks In advance and plans for special parties should be made early. DRUMMER BOY MOTEL AND RESTAURANT 1020 Hwy. 61 South PO 3-8168 ARMY WORMS IN WHEAT 2-Woy Radio - Better Customer Service Gene Hood Flying Service DIPINDABLI — EXPERIENCED — INSURED Blytheville — Phont PO 3-3410, FO 3-4242 Manila — Phone 561-4532

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