The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 23, 1966 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 23, 1966
Page 7
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IN AND AROUND - BLYTHEVILLE Among those called here due to the death of 0. A. Downing of Calumet were Mr. and Mrs William Downing and family, Mr. and Mrs. Adron Downing and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harold Downing, all of fort Worth; Edgar Downing of Lilbourn, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Downing of Qulin, Mo., Carrol Downing and Verneal Downing of SI. Louis; Mrs. June Colleurs and Mrs. Mona Marsh of Parma, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Owens of Charleston, Miss.; Leroy Downing of Jackson, Miss.; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Downing of Birmingham, Ala., and Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Downing of Qulin. Mrs. Flossie Downing of Calumet visited her daughter, Mrs. Oscar Moore of Burdette, in Osceola Memorial Hospital where she is a patient. Mrs. Lou Davis of Blytheville is a patient in Baptist Hospital in Memphis. Beth Gilmore of Blytheville Is Jj tar Joe Heflin, Mr, Heflin and daughter of Dogwood. Mrs. Tom Brittain and Mrs Christine Milliard and daughter Janice spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Overton Memphis, M. F. Poff of Lone Oak celebrated his 81st birthday recently wilh a supper at the home of his son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs. Burl White, at Sly- theville. Thirty six guests were present. Out of town guests were his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mr*. Joe Pott, of Hoxie. Mr. and Mrs. Burl White visited recently with his mother, Parents Wrong, Not Kids ~4btyai( Ih an (McMtufht Syndicate lie.) Wiiiiilili'ilill'lli'liillllllillllii'lliilllliillllllllilllllllllrtlllllllllillilliiilt Bluff. Nora Wnite > at confined to her home with chicken pox. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Minyard and children spent the weekend in luka, Miss., with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Randy Hud- eon. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Pulley of Blythevills spent Sunday at Malesus, Tenn., with his mother, Mrs. Fanny Pulley. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Helms of Half Moon were in Jonesboro Friday to visit her aunt, Mrs. Jewel Mooney. Jimmy Humble of HaU Moon Is a patient in Chickasawba Hospital. Mrs. Jimmie Welford of Manila spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Lecil Gee. Mrs. Welford was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Maggie Littlefleld and Mr. and Mrs. Eric Quarles this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ferguson and son of Garland, Ark., spent the weekend wiSi his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ferguson, at Dogwood. Also visiting the Fergusons were another son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ferguson Jr., and daughter of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Canard of Bradford will return this week to their home in Leachville. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ray Of Columbus, Miss., visited with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Whittle and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Whittle and Mr. and Mrs. Eric Ray, the Mother's Day weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Forshee and daughters of Jonesboro visited Sunday afternoon with his mother, Mrs. Dottie Forshee, and Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Poff at Gosnell. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Higginbottom and children of Helena spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. W. M. Morrow at Blytheville. Also visiting Mrs. Morrow Sun day were her daughter, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Thieksbn and children of Blytheville visited friends at Hayti and Caruthersville Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Burl*y White, Jr., of Leachville and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wilson visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Poff at Gosnell. Also arriving Thursday to visit were their son, Ansel Poff, Mrs. Poff and daughter of Keokuk, Iowa. A bridal shower honored Miss Pat Hardin at the home of Mrs Louise Hardesty. Co - hostess was Miss Shirley Meacham. Eighteen guests were pres- Cake and cold drinks were served from a table overlaid with a lace cloth and centered with a miniature bride and ent. DEAR ABBV: I am MAD a you. Yes, MAD, MAD, MAD I just got thru telling my daughter that she is not to associate with children of di vorced parents, and then you come along and say people who think that 'way are ignorant! Well, I am not ignorant I am a college - educated Christian woman, married 25 years. If people want to get divorced and drag themselves in the mud, let them associ ate with their own kind. There is no parental supervision in broken homes. The mother is either out working or is too dead tired to care where her children are. And daddy is either honeymooning with his new wife, or out drunk with his girl friend. And meanwhile, the kids are running wild. No, I don't want my children associating with children whose parents are divorced. And if this warps them to tears, I am glad. Maybe it will make them think .twice about what divorce can do. FOR MORALITY DEAR FOR: So yon would punish kids for the mistakes and misfortunes of their parents. You are indeed "mad." DEAR ABBY: What do you groom. Mrs. Gene Carrio of Malvern, Ark., left BlytheviUe Friday after spending a week with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mack Palesgrove. They will also visit their son, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Long at Arkadelphia. think of • college . educated couple who, instead, of hirinj a sitter for their three-year- old son, take him wherever they are invited? I don't mean to a casual bridge evening, but to • late dinner party to which six other couplet had been invited. We don't have extra bedrooms as yet, and Mr, and Mrs. X. show up at the door with their Bobby all ready for bed. (Our bed!) They didn't ask us if we minded, nor did they. make any excuses for bringing him. Naturally, the child fusses a little, being in a strange bed and all, and his parent* take turns running in and humor- ig him, which disrupts the entire party. These people can afford a sitter just like tht rest of us, but .they have taken the child with them ever since he was a month old. Any comments? PARTY SPOILED DEAR SPOILED: If tail couple spoiled ONE of your parties, shame on them. If they spoiled TWO, shame on YOU. Your complaioti art valid, bnt if yon want action, you'd better address them to the offending con. pie. DEAR ABBY: My son has . yean. He has changed his mind several times about what ne wants te main Ms life's work and has also had tough breaks In all four «lleg« he has attended. People keep asking me what my son's "plans" •re. I feel that as long as I •m paying tht bills, it la no concern it theirs. Am I right? HOW should I answer them? A FATHER DEAR FATHER: Perhtpe year frieMs mew oo barn, and are Sincerely toterestM your wm. You are un- derstajidably sensitive, but dM't brittle. Simply tall them you don't know. CONFIDENTIAL TO "MARRIED Tft THE NORTH POLE" W EAS. TON, PA.: Don't fo to ez- tremes. The Sottt pole isn't •ny better. Problems? Write to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, C»I., MOM. For a personal reply, enclose a stamped, self • addressed envelope. Hate to write letters? Send f 1 to Abby, B6x 69700, Los Angeles, Ca!., MM», for Ab- jy's booklet, "How to Write Letters for All Occasions." « Monday, May », wee- P, M SHOP & SAVE AT HAYS STORES CONVENIENT LOCATIONS 200 E. Main Street 421 S. 21st Street Home Grown Strawberries QT. Open Thurs. Fri., Sat, Til 9 p.m. c Qr. vllf II— GET THE BEST FOR US STJOSEPH y^ASPlRlrXl I Buell W. Carter, MFA Agent 600 N. 6th Next Door to Dixie Pig- Phone PO 3-3361 Selects I VIM I I All Mississippi County As Home Test Market For 1966 MAYTAG mnowen Luxora News By Mrs. A. J. Hill Miss Rose Ann George of Siena College at Memphis was a weekend guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred George. Mrs. J. H. Thweatt was a guest of the Mother's Club of Kappa Delta sorority at Southwestern College in Memphis recently when members entertained the seniors. Miss Sandra Thweatt, a student at Southwestern College in Memphis visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Thweatt, over the weekend. Mrs. A. J. Hill attended the 75th Jubilee parade at Blytheville Saturday. Woman's Missionary Union met Monday at the home of Mrs. Walter Wood. "The French in Louisiana" was the topic of the Royal Service program led by Mrs. Idelle Raper. The hostess served a salad plate and cold drinks. Those attending were Mrs. C. B. Wood, Mrs. Elliott Bryean, Mrs. Idelle Raper, Mrs. A. J. Hill, Mrs. J. H. Hughes, Mrs. Walter Wood, Mrs. Jimmy Corkran, Mrs. Jimmy Stevens, Mrs. J. H. Thweatt and Mrs. Murray Richardson. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hughes went (o Horseshoe Lake Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Jim Griffin of New Liberty visited Mrs. Jack Pruett Saturday. Mrs. William Kelch was the guests of Mrs. Inez Stolen of MISSISSIPPI COUNTY MAYTAG DEALERS ASK Would you like to test a New Maytag Washpower Automatic Washer Just for answering a short questionaire? NEEDED 40 HOUSEWIVES No Obligation ... just test a new 1966 Maytag Washpower Automatic Washer in your home for a limited time... then state your opinions on a short questionaire to be mailed to the home office of The Maytag Company. Remember, only 40 ladies can be tested Act Today. I. Mississippi County Maytag dealers have been selected to assist the Maytag Company with this factory sur- 2. All Maytag washers to be tested are new, unused models 3. Testing housewife's only obligation is to answer a short questionnaire will be mailed by the Mayta? factory with self addressed, post-paid return envelope ................... 4. Test home must have facilities for an automatic washer. Dick Osborne Furniture Blytheville, Ark. ••*••*»« Dick Osborne Furniture, Blytheville Wheeler Brot. Herdwtre, Leex-hrtUe McKinnon's, MtnlU Armorel Planting Co., Armorel I >m Interested in helplni the Mertec COMMnf eumr eeoiiuur opinion of the M*;U| Wither. 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