The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 7, 1966 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 7, 1966
Page 2
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I . . i- Page Two - Blylhevllle (Ark.) Courier Newa - Tuesday, June 7, 1968 -NOT IN THE SCRIPT—Paul Newman zeroes in on target during a snowball-throwing contest with Sophia Loren. Not in the script, the slinging session was one way the stars relaxed during breaks of filming "Lady L" in Switzerland. [^ £ VV w iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiniiiiiiHiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiininiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiNiinninniiiiiiHiiNniiiiiiiiiniiniiiiiiiiiiaMHS. VV. M. DAVIDSON • Mr. and Mrs. Odell Fleeman aad family of St. Louis spent tie' weekend with his mother, Mrs. John Fleeman. Other guests of Mrs. Fleeman Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Homer Wil- baiiks of Flint,, Mich., who will visit for a week, and Mrs. J. T. Tiirnbow and son Jimmy of teachville. :: Charles Frazier of San Diego visited last week with his moth- er.rMrs. Mattie Frazier, and his sister, Mrs. Pete Stanford, and family. •Mr. and Mrs. Wayne McCul- loli'gh and sons spent the weekend vacationing at Kilo Vesta. /Mr. and Mrs. Billy McCain and children, Mrs. Earnest Bedwell and son Ernest, Jr., and Ed' Ashabranner returned to their home in Pontiac, Mich., Sunday after spending two weeks visiting relatives. ••Mrs. Russell Files returned home last Tuesday from Baptist Hospital in Memphis where she had major surgery. Her daughter; Mrs. Kenny Baugher, of Fayetteville remained .with her at the hospital for a week. She was accompanied to her home in Fayetteville Saturday by Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Baugher. ; .Mr. and Mrs. Ray Robinson of. Little Rock visited the Methodist Churches in Manila Sunday morning. Mr. Robinson spoke during the worship service on behalf of the Gideons. ^'Misses Kay and Gay Bearden of 'Leaehville were Saturday night guests of Miss Rosann Holt. • Miss Faye Holt is visiting her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. George Adams and son Gregory in Dumas this week. She was accompanied to Marianna Sunday by her mother, Mrs. Gene Holt, and her brother, Gene, Jr., whgre the Adamses met her. ,- Mrs. Lois Hatcher of Detroit, Mich., is spending two weeks \yith her sister, Mrs. Russell Files, and family. • The Senior Class of Manila High School left Monday morning,' for a week's vacation at Hidden Valley near Hot Springs. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ashabranner, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Eye, James Andrews and Miss Jan Moore. -•Mr. and Mrs. Everett Adams spent several days last week in Belzoni, Miss., visiting their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Wade Adams. Mrs. Bernie Contrella of Fayetteville returned home Tuesday after several weks with her mother, Mrs. Nettie Lay, who has been ill. Mrs. Lay accompanied her home. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Crow and daughter, Patricia, of Des Arc were, Sunday guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Curtwright. Mrs. Tommy Brannum spent the weekend with Mr. Brannum at Norfork, Va. Miss Patricia Crow of Des Arc is spending this week with Miss Sheila Ashabranner. Dennis Flippo of Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Tex. is spending a ten-day leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rice. W. H. Ballard of Pocahontas spent last week with his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dial Ballard. Sunday guests of the Ballards were Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Woolard and children of Petersburg, Tenn., and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ballard and children of Dalton, Ark. Mrs. Imogene Gallegly of Lookout Mountain, Ga., spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Dan White. Mrs. Gallegly and Mrs. Dial Ballard visited Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Watts in Caraway Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Bo McCann of West Memphis visited relatives in Manila Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Lewis of Jonesboro spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Wortham, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. James Hatcher and daughter Sherri of Kansas City are spending two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Odcll Holsclaw. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Donner visited last week with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Donner in Sikeston, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Patz In Red Bud, 111., and Mrs. Agnes Brightfield in St. Louis. They returned home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Phillips of Arnold, Mo., spent Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tipton. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Veach spent several days last week at tbeir lodge in Hardy. They were joined by her sister, Mrs. J. R. Shaekleford of Wynne. They visited Mr. and Mrs. Harry , Shaekleford at Ozark Acres. Mrs. Charlie Wright of Har- «MMinni«llllll!«H!l«^ HI I HUOHHIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIU Tip May Button Her Lip /an mren (McNautht Syndicate Inc.) lM iniiiiiiiii .nun iiittiiiuiniiiiiiiuiiiiniiii iiiimuiwiiiiiwiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiininiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii *«»• button her Up, and the only words you arc lively to hear before a long silence will be, "You just made a deal, risburg is visiting her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Donner, this week. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Ohilcutt and son of Jamestown, Tenn., spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Fleeman. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Veach attended commencement exercises at Corning High School Thursday evening. Their grandson, Kerry Russell Edwards, was a member of the class. Another grandson, David Edwards spend the weekend. Mary Allyce Quails of Blytheville is spending this week with Mr. and Mrs. Tom, Fleeman. Dr. and Mrs. Leonus Sfiedd and daughter of Little Rock spent Thursday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Shedd and Mr. and Mrs. Dan White. They came especially to attend commencement exercises at the high school Thursday evening. Miss Paulette Robbins was honored with a party at the home of Mrs. Gerald Donner last Friday evening. Guests were girls of the sen ior class of Manila High School. Misses Debbie McWilliams and Brenda DeSpain won prizes in the games played. Refreshments of sandwiches, cookies and drinks were served. DEAR ABBY: How can I get it across to my hairdresser that I wish she would keep quiet when'she is working on me? I have changed beauty operators three times in the last year because all these girls do is talk, talk talk. I am not interested in their private affairs and I have no desire to talk about my own. My husband says it is the same way in his barber shop. The barbers talk the men's ears off, too. People who work in offices and stores can't be jabbering to their customers or clients about everything under the sum. They have to keep their minds on their work. I would appreciate total silence s o much while I'm getting my hair done that I would gladly pay a double Up for it. How can this be accomplished? QUIET, PLEASE DEAR QUIET: Offer your hairdresser a double tip to Mr. and Mrs. James Felts and children of Benton spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Felts. They came especially to attend the funeral of his grandmother, Mrs Garner, in Osceola, Friday. Mrs. Wayne Shedd and children are spending this week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Davis, in Little Rock. I. D. Shedd underwent major surgery at St. Vincent Hospital in Little Rock, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Wagner, Mrs. Maude Wagner and Bill Wagner spent the weekend in Sullivan, Ind., visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wilburn Andrews and Mr. and Mrs. Oren Self and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Newt Beard of Trumann spent Thursday night with Mr. and Mrs. Lee Baker. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dudley, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bibbs, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Bibbs and Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Baker spent the weekend at Norfork. McKlNNON'S your WiSTINGHOVSl Dealer Manila, Arkansas ' Drive a Few Miles! SAVE A LOT OF DOLLARS Biggest Selection! Biggest Bargains! In This Entire Area! Home Laundry Equipment 25 Model To Choose From • Demonstrator models are in OPERATION on our display floor! Let us show you how they operate! Choose from .Top Loaders, Front Loaders, Under-Counter Models Stack-ons, Single or Mulli-speede Models! If it's THE BEST in HOME LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT ... WE HAVE IT! Pay a Few Pennies a Day on Our Easy Terms? Lady." DEAR ABBY: My husband's boss wants him to opr.n a store in another town about 300 miles from here. It's a bigger town and would be a promotion for my husband, but Abby, everytime I think of moving I burst into tears. I have even put off going to because I can't stand the thought of leaving this town. I've grown up here, my whole family lives here, our childrens' friends are here, and we have just built a lovely home. I know I sound selfish but I can't help it, Abby. If I need a good lecture, let me have it. "ROOTS" DEAR ROOTS: You rattled the right cage! An ambitious husband has no greater asset thaa a wife who is truly in his corner. Your children will make new friends and so will you, if you try. Your "family" are your husband and children, Be a good wife and help your man get where he wants to go, and you shall home that his "jack" built. DEAR ABBY: I am absolutely stuck for a solution. I have a 16-year-old son, and while I don't.usually brag about my children, HE is something to brag about — and not because he's good- looking. He's mannerly, respectful, a good student, and has loads of friends. A very good friend of mine has a daughter who goes to my son's school. This girl is a little boy-chaser. (She's telephoned my son many times.) She is not very popular, which I realize is hard on the girl, Lut here's the problem: The girl's mother has called me several times and has BEGGED me to ask my son to ask, her daughter for a date. Abby, can I ask this of my son — even as a favor to me? (He doesn't care for the girl.) But how can I tell this to a mother? STUCK DEAR STUCK: It's enough that YOU are "stuck," don't try to stick your son with a girl he doesn't care for. Tell the girl's mother you've never toW your son whom to date, and you don't intend to (tart now. (P.S. I think 1 know here th- girl got her aggressiveness.) Troubled? Write to A b b y, 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, Lol Angeles, Cal., 90069, for Abby's booklet, "HinV to Write , Letters for- All Occasions." Bailey Bridge The Bailey bridge, a new type of bridge, was developed during World War II. 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