The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 28, 1966 · Page 3
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Blythevffle (Ark.) Courier Newt - HOLLAND NEWS By Mn. JM LMttr Thi Cub Scouts of Troop 219 were entertained by their den mothers and parents with a wei- ncr roast at Walker Park in Blylheville. The Cubs of Pack I who attended were Randal Harris, Randy Little, Randy Pruitl Joe Heathcock, and Robert Graham. The Cubs of Pack 2 attending were: Terry Burress, Randall Swindle, Rondall Swindle and Ronnie Howcll. The Cubs paid for this outing with funds from their treasure. The parents attending were Mr. and Mrs. Markus Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Swindle, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Burress, Mr. and Mrs. Billy J. Howell, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Little, Mr. and Mrs. Troy Graham, Mrs. Lonnie Pruitt and Mrs. Ethel Heath. cock. Mother's day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Markus Harris and sons Randall and Jimmy wore Mr. and Mrs. Porter Harris, Mrs. Laurel Frey and Mrs. Christine Utley and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Harris of St. Louis, Mr. and Mrs. Harbert Hudgens of Stecle, Mr. and Mrs. Barton Harris and Angelia, of Pine Bluff, Mr. and Mrs. Hubberd Methin of Truman and Ben ny J. Harris of Blytheville. Mrs. Joe Lester and Mrs. Ruby Thomas visited in Memphis Sunday and Monday with Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Lester and sons, Bill, Mike, Sam and Jim. James A. (Poogie) Perry ef Livermore, Calif., returned to his home last Saturday after spending ten days with his mother, Mrs. Euna Perry. Jack Kenley and Anderson, Hicks drove him to Memphis where he took a plane. He visited in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Stivers, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall erricks and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Flowers of Cooler and other friends. Lawrence Stivers of Elsberry. visited his parents, Mr. and and Mrs. B. W. Stivers Tuesday and Wednesday. His daugh- THESE BOOTS—And they've carried her a long way. Nancy Sinatra, riding the success of her hit record, "These Boots Are Made for WalkinV to a tour of Europe, stopped off in Hamburg to do some recordings for a German music series. ten, Charlotte and Lorina, visited with him at their grand parents home. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Proctor and children have moved to Shreveport, La. Mr. Proctor's family stayed here until school was out before joining him there. Mrs. Ethel Heathcock and Mrs. Ciail Jackson were at Rector. Ark., Thursday to see the home theJacksons recently bought and are remodeling before moving there to make their home. They also stopped in Ken nett. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Pruitt went to Reelfoot Lake Monday and fished. Billy Cross, Lonnie Pruitt, Ralph Heathcock and Hopper 0. Potts went to Reelfoot Lake Thursday on a fishing trip. Mrs. Chester Higdon visited in Denton Friday with R o s i e Heathcock and Mrs. Myrtle Lester. Mr. and Mrs. Troy Kilburn and son Roger and her mother, Mrs. Clara McCrary, left ttie 18th for Waukegan, 111., where he will have shore duty until he gets out of service in December. On their way they went by Ml. Vernon to see his father, Clayton Kilburn, who has been a patient there for some time. They were overnight guests of her brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill McCrary of Kansas City, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Godsy and children Kim and Jeffery and his mother, Mrs. L. B. Godsey, of Defiance, Ohio, spent Friday .night through Sunday morning i in the home of Mrs. Ruby Tno- imas. They were on their way home after visiting relatives in Hamilton, Ala., and New Orleans, La. The Culbertson Club met Thursday afternoon May 1 the home of Mrs. Homer Smith Sr. There were ten members and one visitor, her mother, Mrs. R.E.L. Smith, present. A short business meeting was held with the president, Mrs. Herman Via, in charge. The eye opener was a vase from Italy, a picnic table she made, and a blue print of a seesaw she was going to make for her grandchildren to play on in her yeard. The hostess served a salad, Ritz crackers, candy mints, punch and coffee. The next meeting will be in the home of Mrs. Ueatus Bailey June 2 at 2 p.m. Mr. Larry B. Archer and Bar- jbra Gale Roberts of Cooler were married Thursday May 12 at the home of Rev. Joseph E. Caxs pastor of the Church of God in Tyler, Mo. They left with his brother Claude Archer Tuesday for Aurora, 111., where he will be employed. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Rogers visited in Terrell Thursday with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jacky Kenley. The P.T.A. entertained t h e rooms who had the high count for attendance at the P.T.A. meeting all yeai-. The high went to the seventh grade for Junior High. The second and third grade tied for high count in the elementary grade, j The Special Education room was also treated and all tea' r ch- ers in the elementary and junior high by the P.T.A. .The ladies who served were Mrs. Markus .Harris, Mrs. Frank Copland and Mrs. Troy Graham. They served candy, fritos and drinks. ON MIKE—Actress Sunn Oliver is on mike, but not for her familiar role on television'* "Peyton Place." A (killed pilot with acorn* merclil licenie, the'f checking In with a control tower. WARNING ORDER^ In the Chancery Court, Chickasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Levada Webster (Col.), Plaintiff vs. No. 16775 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 answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Levada Webster. Dated this 12th day of May, 19«6, at 3:00 P.M. ' GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By Betty Coats, D.C. Percy A. Wright, Attorney Ed B. Cook, Atty ,Ad Litem J-14, 21, 28, 64 Remember Pay Your Paper Boy AUTHORIZED Al SECOND CUSS MAIL MrthttllleJcourMr Nnri BLYTHETILLE, ARK. Zir'- 12311 •UIT W. BiUn, PnbUikM in) at wrtrat i« BVtnnlUi, Ark. PubUthed dally «ctpt SuncUj S*c«nd OaM ixwu** p»td at My UMTIlte, Art.: •ON* BIUTOT Mill to Blrtlwtui* and towai la «w BUrUMtlU* «VMU ttttttorr Dan> ....J....... 900 Mr wtrt BY MAIL MTABLC IN ADVANCB Wltllln M mll« of Blytheflllt •7.00 pel ye*r MM* Uaa so mllM from I FINALLY; GETS DIPLOMA — After 38 years as a teacher in the Caruthersville school system, Redman Dunham (right) gets jiis "diploma." School Board President Noel Dean makes, 5 the. presentation while High School Principal Howard Teeters laughingly looks on. Dunham is retiring at age 62 with 42 consecutive terms of teaching behind him. (Photo by Taylor) mum Wedding or Performance? J Van & wren (McKansht Syndicate Inc.) l[|||||||i|||i|||||i||lll|Ullllllllllil!|]lll!lilllllll]ll;l]|Jlllll[lll!l!l[l!l!IM^ DEAR ABBY: Our daughter is planning her wedding. She wants a big church wedding and we want her to have one. Our son who is in his teens is an epileptic (petit mal), and this may shock you, but we don't want him at the wedding. I feel it might embarrass both sides of the family if he has a seizure in church. I'm afraid I will faint just worrying about it during mass. The last attack he had was almost a year ago. It occurred at a family gathering and it shook up the entire family. What can we do about this terrible problem, Abby? I know bur son will be terribly hurt if we tell him he can't attend his sister's wedding, but we have always put this epileptic child first when he was younger, and now we have to think of his sister, don't we? She is as nervous about this as I am, and it's not fair to her. I realize his absence will raise questions, but we could say he is "ill." Please tell us what todo. NO NAME OR CITY PLEASE DEAR NO NAME: First, talk this over with your Physician. Ask him « there is a medication that could control or calm the boy, and lessen his chances for a seizure during those few., hours. Sarifices are being made daily in the interest of dear ones who thru no fault of their own are handicapped. If a wedding is a big "performance" to impress an audience, then by all means "hide" the unfortunate boy who might mar it. But if it is a sacrament to unite a couple in the bonds of holy matrimony in the presence of those they love, include your son and take your chances. DEAR ABBY: I am 27 years old and very much in love with a 32-year-old man who claims he loves me. He has asked me to wait for him, until he gets all the "running around" out of his system. Well, Abby, I have been waiting for six years, and I am still waiting. I would wait forever if I were sure I had a future with him. In my heart I know he loves me, but he says he's not good enough for me and that I deserve a man who will b« as true to me as I am to him. I could have my pick of many men, but I can't seem to quit loving this one person. I am aging from heartache. I gave up a career in dancing just to be near him. What should I do? AGING FAST DEAR AGING: Thil man may NEVER get the "running around" out of bis sys- Yon continue to wait (or him, so he has yon, and •11 the advantages of being footloose and fancy - free. Unless you want to wind up with nothing but crows' feet and gray hair, relocatt where there ii nothing to remind yoB of aim. He'i right. He'i NOT good enough for JOB. DEAR ABBY: Art there •ny foods or beverages which will help a person sexually? I btv* bcird ihm u« Mv«r«l . -4 BELIEVES IT DEAR BELIEVES: ! Know of none. But if you believe that a certain food or drink will "help you," sexually, by all means, try it. ft will. CONFIDENTIAL TO "WANTS TO BE POPULAR": When you enter a room, do you say, "There YOU are," or "Here I am"? Ponder that a while. Astrological * Forecast > . By CABBOLL BIGBTEB to dtttntta* your foreusi, not* ph oppo«it» dttti, uhlcli jour Mrta dat* SUNDAY This Sunday is a beautiful day for you to see and to be with those you like and enjoy the most and you are ab'e to understand better how to gain the good will of others by a much more cooperative attitude — McNaufht and call on people. State your VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Making surroundings more comfortable, beautiful will make property gain you the respect of persons low, ethical. You are able to feel very mag- because the planets are with you. Get out socially and make big headway with others. Your which others can also express ^ mvitv mi Kt[se of ri g ht . to you. Make sure that you do j enjoy art, music, culture. ARIES (Mar. 21 '•> Apr. 19) Find the right church you want to attend today, as well as lectures, etc. that are to your liking. Do no be stingy with kind words. Make friends that are worthwhile and see their faces Be happy ness will be felt by all. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Concentrate upon gaining your most intimate aims now instead of being critical and supercilious with others in your manner. Your spiritual understanding can certainly be increased. light up. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) You intuitively know what should be done in order to be more attractive, magnetic and SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) If you state specifically friend can be very helpful in what is on your mind, a good some present dilemma. Listen have your abode in more per- to the in g enuitv in the ideas feet order as well. Be loyal to igiven Snow that vou possess good partners. Do something ^ uch oir faire that will please them tremendously. GEMINI (May 2i to June 21) This can be a very happy day for you if you use particular talents you possess wisely in both social and business fields. Be generous in entertaining others. Endeavor to amuse and delight others out of doldrums. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Improving the situation at home is easy if you are devoted and kindly right now. Get surroundings very nicely arranged. Entertain there tonight and have friends in who are trustworthy. LEO. (July 22 to Aug. 21) You are thinking very clearly and deavor. But you must get out CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. This is a good day to learn just what is your true position with higher-ups and how you can become better known and loved with the public in general. Be magnetic with them. Progress quickly. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Travelling for whatever legitimate purpose is best for you today if you want to advance, j right out with what you in mind. Some new hoW be enjoyed with mite in MONDAY GENERAL TENDENCI The very early AM is ex for expansion and travel the day advances, very a< aspects come into being ai need to be very careful to all kinds of accidents am ments. A good day to thin the sacrifices made by p for their country and to to be a better citizen. Concentrate upon strengthen character an philosophy of life. Be vei to drive carefully when are apt to be somewha less. Be safe, not sorry. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to M Take some tune to do that are a bit of a bore b essary, and be of serv those who deserve your tion. Associates may need tain amount of good help it to them generously. GEMINI (May 21 to Ji Although you feel like go for recreation a loved o problems that you alone get into anything that good deal of risk in it. losses of all kind. MOON CHILDREN (J to July 21) While conditi home are hardly to your don't add to chaos by be kindly or riot understa Strive for harmony. Be firm if necessary and a much better. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 2 press others with your and calm attitude when Others are testing you if you are co - operati above board and all tun very well indeed. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Se pleasant with everyo make the big strides you desire i contact today and show th in some direction especially. Be jean be economical, sens sure to drive with care. Think I your activities. By being well before you speak. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) You intuitive hunches are very correct now and you can settle many a question that has been al you get ahead much tho it may necessarily hi be socially now. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oc It's all right to go afte impossible to you ere this. Come personal aims but not fon come alive! YouVcinthe # Pepsi generation! PEPSI-COLA'S SHOPPERS SWEEP 5-Minute Shopping Spree Mrs. Oscar Moore Burdette, Ark. 10-Minute Shopping Spree Gory England Hayti, Mo. Sh< (Tl 5th WEEK WINNERS - MAY 16 THROUGH JSD.OO-Mrs. Ethel Johnson, Osceoto $25.09—Gracie Emerson, C'ville $25.00-Mrs. W. L. Cidlum, Manila fl5.00-Marilee Caraell, Port'ville ?15.0ft-Lorine Northcutt, Steele fl5.00.-Mrs. Guy A. Stone, City flO.Ott-W. M. Barnes, Jr., Steelt flO.OO-Hattie Hosldns, C'ville llO.W-Mattie Brooks, C'ville $10.00-Hayes Craytoa, Hayti $10.00-Maxine Hamlett, Steele $5.00-Mrs. D. L. Webster, City $5.00-Mrs. Frank Hall, City f5.W-Hattie Salter, Wirdell 15.00-H. A. Pur, City |5.0«-Eugene Wright, City U.N-Mn. Luther Covey, L'vllle U.H-Philip Frei, City |S.«0--K»therine Taylor, Manila |S.W-Irtne Smith, Wilton n.SO-Jimmy Hodge, City U.N-Miry Tiylor, C'vUfc $2.00-Margie Bennett, C'ville |2.00-Mrs. Arlis Smith, City $2.00-Mrs. T. A. Reid, City $Z.OO—Mrs. Raybnrn Rill. Joiner *2.00-Dorothy Griffy, C'ville tf.OO-Thomas A. Crowe, C'ville $2.00-Loyd Foster, Bragg City $i.Ot-Maiy Bush, PorUgtvllle 12.00-Mn. W. L. Douglas, L'villt p.Oo-Ruby Brown, City n.Oft-Vtrnon Shaffner, Manila $2.00-Henry Hicks, Manila ft.OO-Jame* Homer, C'ville |2.00-Barb Ellis, City ft.M-Ano Sipei, City U.tO-Ledi Crotts, City 92.09—Alma Johnson, Lnxora ft.W-Mn. Robert Handlty, Haytf fl.H-Brendm Bullough fLM-Mibd Lucas, BAFB »1.00-Fannie Ftoweri, Rayti »l.*»-M»dit Smith, BAFB U.H-IUth Chandler, Joiner |1.0ft-Judy Green, Hayti |1.0o-Barry Darnell, V'ville $1.00-Hattie Lue Bell, Annorel »1.00-WUllam Flowers, Hayti ll.OO-Easter Fearn, City fl.OO-Mrs. Woodrow Cook, City 11.00—George L. Rowland, City fl.OO-Tereu Polk, Dyes) fl.OO-DavId Cole, City Jl.W-Nancy Eaton, Victoria I1.00-BU1 Kerner, Dell fl.M-Mrs. H. C. Horton, Stttle fl.Ot-Mn. Clifford Holt, Steele fl.OO-Liada Lite, Osceola |1.0«-Bill Rogen, Hayti $1.0l-Eljl« Peeler, C'vlll* fl.tO-Evelyn Gordon, City $l.«t-Mary Conner, Bngf City 91.00-LoiedB Hickenoa, Warden fl.OO-Mn. Carolyn Cuter, Hayti fl.M-MaxliM Deringtr, HayU tl.M-Ralph Hall, MM!* MM- hit Pin iinday Toundtril i tain billows Special •cavity tor leaf. Her bwegation of J«ho. walks ara w«* <» m «» more. Age 1 dignity whiclly, traveling repre- will serve he'f', the Watchtower While not? ct S^rf N «w er Park offej ^ Search for for exploitatij area in the ciffrequent visitor to er to some «Mid local Witnes- after the mir,* n . uan « th » w «* k Founders. ? -ouse-to-noust Of course^ we nave :txm i, os . newal. But iived by Blytheville program whit we call to encour- of Walker? Bible study and I Act of 1961 j-*!?^^!* promise for t drafted for \ "grants to asji p ban beautific, . ' open space \ t ^ (A) urban areasnie McSpadden,' 32, 'here early today n i user collided with a View* he chase of a third oper Bill Davidson dden's car collided iven by Paul Mat- abelvale after Mat- The TnternaPU"^ onto ^-^' 7 * governmental £ erg herg saj(J mg operations. Th^ e &?,& McSpad- a $4 million buc'chasing was not sury a respectatthew was not se- per cent. '.-•'hey said. ":':; Of course, t ointment. By iOld Held For renewed passpo^^ o f Jet •lllllllillllinililllllllllllllllkH (AP) _ An lit burban Pittsburgh police custody today /n with the strarigu- a 4-year-old girl. , ly of Braddock was "(day night, a few. r the nude body of dra Scott was found Doily CM hillside near-a D8m V arraigned today Rennet Allegheny County A ruling the otf charge of murder. touri Attorney Of~ Anderson did lit the 1965*nacted . of interest law, p. " !'." affects legislate, ruled that a SU tive, F. E. (Buc Knox County, wi tion of the conf law when he t • : ; part in working . board regulation second extra legi Rep. Robinson has been menti columns before; 1 'his duties in the is executive vii and receives a re. salary for lookin terests of the st while serving ii Assembly. Billboard, sign sort interests Ing the legislativ ended in opposing regulate roadsid'' der to qualify eral road paymf sure was introdu of the U. S. Bu; Roads' warning t; out effective tions were go construction morf' Sam. It was then th son went to wo legislative office fulcrum, for the tion interests. Hi can be seen in came out of the < My- „,; classified State Sen. Clif St. Louis raised; ing debate on the i—. » voting on the pr of his vested — J interests with th< tel Association. was referred to h Attorney General General Ander; Rep. Robinson e certainly comes i of the law, if not ' The point of eral's ruling is the present law i, «ne in the state 1 who seemingly i, about their confli with impunity. T public's idea of si flict law; it shot( legislature's. When the next i, of the legislator* HIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.

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