The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 11, 1966 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, June 11, 1966
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T« ~»y«ievffl« (Art.) Couritr Km - fttutfry, ftm> «, MM "* Astro * Forecast logical CABBOLL KIGUTER f« attermln. jour laneu., nptj ftttfcgraph opposite dateS) which Wllld. your birlb dlt« SUNDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: Until Midafternoon refrain from taking any risks or chances or for putting into effect any new plan for your judgment is certainly not good. However, you find the rest of the afternoon and evening is unusually good for using the energy that is released to advance all «f your interests. See friends this Sunday, P.M. AIRES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Morning services are fine and also lending others a helping hand in A.M. Then get into personal interests with vim and alacrity. Know what Is going on in your community. Join in social affairs. . TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) During morning everything seems to go wrong for you, but BCCU13 w 6 V " => " ,« j if you meditate awhile, you find that all will come out just right later. Assist the afflicted. Later be with experts who give wonderful pointers. GEMINI (May 21 t» June 21) Try not to argue with allies during day and you find that evening soirees, etc. are replete >1I1I5 tjvi» Y""» j with happiness and ways and means of progressing. You are not sure what you want in A.M. Later all clarifies. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Day hours are not very good for whatever has to do with the social or being with Bigwigs or you get into arguments. But evening is just ideal. Take time to rest and improve your health. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Yoi must early get to services «f your choice for inspiration before you get into those big ideas and talks with others for your progress. Forget worries Your intuition Is very good at this time. • 'VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Forget hunches which are apt to be erroneous and see to it that you trust your judgment mainly. Evening then proves to be very successful. Others may be quite demanding. Take in your stride. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. Very dynamic partners can make matters very difficult for you today if you permit, but by P.M. all has been smoothed over nicely. Come to full accord. Be very diplomatic with everyone and get their approval .of you SCOKPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) While you may be pverloadec with work, do not endeavor to palm it off on others or there is trouble later. Be methodica and you make a big dent in it Others will appreciate you more Evening can be very happy. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Although you desire to have fun early in the day, this is not feasible, so get right down to business at hand. Get all o your affairs in better order Then you can relax at some good hobby in P.M. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan 10) Although you may not re lish the work family has set ou for you, it is best you get it done in good spirit, and in P.M you can entertain those you like Smooth over any differences with kin. Be cheerful. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Reading fine philosophica works or attending lectures am services is best in A.M. so tha tonight you can have happy time with congenials. Don' waste time on telephone. Leave conversations until tonight. -PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Anything of a monetary natun should be postponed until after 3 of the afternoon and deal with Idealistic matters earlier. Con tact persons who can uplift your spirit. Financial experts are in fine mood later. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he, «• she, will be one of those fascinating little «nes who early gets Into one kind of mischief or the other md It does no harm to let the little fingers burn a bit, since these experiences will be very helpful in the future. The nature her Is a pioneering one but. proper method and application* must he taught early, for real success during lifetime. A fine positive manner of doing and saying things will soon be apparent. MONDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: A beautiful day and evening to put Mo effect your plans for «elf. expressions In the days McNtutht lyndlcit*. Uu. ahead. Get out in the world of action and state your ambitions n articulate, positive ways. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) By being friendly you are able o bring your finest talents be- ore the persons who can help you most to commercialize on hem. Be sure that your health s good. Wear your nicest finery and make the best possible im- iression on others. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) You must plan quietly now with advisors and experts just what you most want to achieve in ;he days ahead. Your intuition will tell you how t» deal with one who is difficult. Say nothing ;o ethers but carry through with it. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) If you ask a dynamic and intel- igent pal, he will give your ideas you need. Put them in operation with alacrity. Much social gadding about will also 3ring progress. Start new up- trend right away. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Your reputation can be enhanced now if you do no procrastinate on some clearly visible opportunity. Get aheai in all phases of your endeavor Show that you are on the beam that you can be very charm ing. ..LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Mak ing new contacts of value wil mean that you can show your finest capabilities and make th< most of present outlets and in terests. Contact those out-of town, also. Show that you com prehend all that is being pro posed, composed or suggested VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22 You have to be more up-to-date in taking care of work that you have undertaken on your own initiative. Show loved one tha you are most devoted. Be kind. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Express your own ideas to dynamic partners. This brings Beater accord and understanding. Future can prove to be more successful. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Now is the right time to analyze work ahead of you and know low you are going to handle it most expediently. Co - workers are very cooperative. Accept their help with grace and courtesy. Retire early tonight. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Your creativity and brilliances is outstanding today and much can be done cleverly, while P.M. can be very happy from the romantic standpoint. Bring fine talents before those who can assist you. Show altruism as well. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Think over what your true position is at home and do your utmost to make it more pleasant and harmonious. Then be sure you start an uptrend where your basic security is concerned Show practicality. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) You are thinking cleverly now and know how to acquire those material things that have been impossible for you to get ere this. Make those contracts and calls that are necessary. Be on time and show your talents. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Your income needs to be in creased so this is a good day to find ways an means of doing just that. Contact that big business person and get advice, ideas that are helpful. Put best through veiy quickly. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY he, or she, will be one of those fascinating youngsters who can easily almost see through other persons and know what they are thinking or planning, since the mentality is very quick and the intuitive faculties highly advanced. There is a tendency not to complete what is once started, which could be a serious failing, provided you do not early teach the lesson of perseverance. Then all goes nicely and success in whatever the forte assured. A family reunion picnic wat held at Walker Park Sunday af- ernoon to welcom* Bobby Richardson, son of Mr. and Mrs. iene Richardson, who is home from Viet Nam. Among the 20 who attended were four generations of the Richardson family, Mrs. Birdie Richardson, grandmother of Bob by; her son and family and their children and Bobby Richardson and Brenda McDermott and family. Others attending were Mrs. Vera Ferguson, Mrs. Pauline Hulsey and family, Charley Richardson and family and Quincy Richardson, Mrs. David Conner and family, Jerry Wayne Lucas and A. Lucas of West Memphis, IN AND AROUND .... BLYTHEVILLE Mr. and Mrs. Cloyce Sutton and family of Blytheville were in St. Louis over the weekend to visit his sister, Mrs. Jean Kirkpatrick, who underwent surgery last week In a St. Louis hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Howard of Hammond, Ind., and Claren- cene Helms of Grand Rapids, Mich., spent the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Helms, at Half Moon. Janette Helms returned with them for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Reed of Mississippi, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reed of Blytheville and Cleo Reed of Lone Oak, were in Thayer, Mo., for a few days to visit their father Jim Reed ; who had a stroke. Mr. and Mrs. Eric Ray and grandson were in Dexter over the weekend visiting Mr. an< Mrs. George Ferguson. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Chapman of Blytheville were in Little Rock over the weekend to mee their son who was returning from Fort Worth, Tex. Mrs. Paul Collins of St. Louis arrived this week to attend ser vices for her brother, Sam D Whittle. Miss Barbara Brackin of Ely theville visited Mrs. Linnie Tucker at Half Moon. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Edelen of St. Charles, Mo., are parents of their second child, a son, jorn in St. Joseph Hospital. The baby has been named Russell ,ee. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. R. W. .Warren of St. Charles, formerly of Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Warren and Mrs. Larry Edelen of St. Charles spent the weekend in Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Sage of Blytheville are parents of a son, Jason Channing, born May 25 at Chickasawba Hospital. Grand parents are Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sage of California and Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Petty of Charlotte, Tenn. Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Norman Sage over the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Lee Sage and Mrs. Carlton Petty and children of Charlotte. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Clarence Sage. Imogene Taylor of Los Angeles visited last week with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.- Von Starnes. They spent the weekend In Paragould with their parents, Mr. and Mrs R. H. Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Starnes accompanied Miss Taylor to Memphis Monday where siie returned by plane to Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Backoff and children of St. Louis left Monday afternoon after spending the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Thaxton, at Blytheville. Also visiting Mr. and Mrs. Thaxton over the weekend were their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Thaxton, of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Baker and children and Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Baker and c h i 1 d r e n spent the weekend at Sardis, Miss. Buster Higgins arrived Thursday to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Higgins, before leaving for Camp Chaffee, Fort Smith. He was accompanied to Jones boro by his mother, Mrs. Higgins, and Billie Jo Page who visited Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hat- field. On Sunday they were guests at a family reunion at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alford Mayhan at Jonesboro. Ottiera attending from Blytheville were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gibson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Gee of Dogwood were in Hornsby, Tenn., Saturday visiting her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Lavoid Jernigan. Mr. and Mrs. Wilburn Grigsby of Chicago spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Grigsby at Dogwood and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charlece Renfro, at Bly- thevUle. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Collins and baby of Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hood and son of California arrived Wednesday for a visit with their father, Allen Hood, at Dogwood. Mrs. Doyle Ruston and ehil- ./TO0<f.. M Wake Up to Reality alf Van ren (McNauibl Syndic*!* Inc.) UiiiijniiiliitiJiijIii.liiiiiiiiiJIiiJijnil.niiliiJinjIllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllBlUlillllilWI dren of Blytheville spent the weekend with her mother-in- law, Mrs. Louise Ruston of Centerville, Tenn. Mrs. Ruston returned home with them for a visit. Mrs. Herbert Forsnee and son Pete of Fort Worth, Tex., arrived Friday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hamp Austin and Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Poff at Gosnell. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ward and daughter of Charleston, S. C., is visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Guthrie and Mr. and Mrs. T. R, Ward at Gosnell. Mrs. Glenda Ross and sons of Santa Ana, Calif., are visiting her mother, Mrs. Novella Whisenhunt, at Blytheville. Mrs. Ben Ray of Blytheville visited over the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Smith at Dyersburg. Mrs. Bill Estes and daughter, Mrs. Louis Davis, and daughter spent the weekend at Tuckerman with her mother, Mrs. Alva Binkley. Mrs. R. L. Hawkins returned from Union City, Tenn., where she visited her son, T. C. Haw- iins, and Mrs. Hawkins. Mrs. Fannie Michael of White- laven, Tenn., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bill Michael. Jerry Michael has arrived DEAR ABBY: I am on the verge of a nervous breakdown and it's my own fault, but I can't help it. I was 20 when I married V.'oodley. He was 29 and completely bald except for a little fringe of hair around his head. It bothered me then but I told myself I'd get used to it. Well, I never did. It kept bothering me more and more. I finally made him get a toupee (it cost $200), and he looked 100 per cent better, but I was STILL ashamed to walk beside him. p rom a distance he looked fine, but from close up you could HI he was wearing a toupee. He said he didn't care if people knew he wore a t o u p e e r not, he thinks it looks better than no hair at all. I am so shamed of myself for feeling like I do because he is the dearest, sweetest man in all the world. And the best husband, father, and provider a woman could ask for. I just hate myself for being dissatisfied with him just because he's bald. What can I do? Sometimes I think I can't stand it another day. WOODLEY'S WIFE DEAR WIFE: Your problem is that you obviously have never had anything important enough to worry about. A handicapped child, a helpless parent, a bus- band with a drinking, gambling, or chasing problem. The real problem is YOUR head and what's not IN it. Accept the realities of life if you cannot change them. And ignore the nonessentials in an otherwise good man. of Ar- summer :rom the University <ansas to spend the vacation. Mrs. Opal Riggs of Blytheville spent Wednesday night with Mr. and Mrs. Leon Riggs and son. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Riggs and daughter Renee of Bastrop, La., spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Raymond Riggs. Mr. and Mrs, Henry Lynn of Blytheville spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Odis Seratt at Dogwood, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Daniel of Union City, Tenn., and Mrs. Frank Osborne and Eddie Daniel of Champagne, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Gardner of Chicago spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Billy Gardner at | Mr. and Mrs. Jones. GENERAL MACHINE WORK S WELDING • TOOL AND DIE WORK • HEAT TREATING • ENGINEERING And DESIGNING Manufacturing and Moc/iin. Works PO 2-2911 BARKSDALE 325 South Broadway DEAR ABBY: There is • old guy in our town who is driving everybody nuts. He'» about 75 years old. His trouble is he can't keep his, paws off women. No waitress will get within six feet of him. When he comes into the restaurant the cashier has to go over and take his order, and the cook comes out of the kitchen to serve it to him. This guy went to a doctor for a check up and the nurse told me if he ever came back :' T was going to have a pair of handcuffs ready. Everybody in town knows about him. can't understand why they let a man like that run loose. Isn't he dangerous? SMALL TOWN GIRL DEAR JIRL: Probably not. If everybody in town knows about him, they're safe. It's the ones they DON'T know about who are dangerous. NOTICE APPLICATION FOR: WINE PERMIT Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has filed with the department of Alcoholic Beverage Control of the State of Arkansas for a permit to sell wine manufactured in Arkansas to be carried out and not to be consumed on the licensed premise described as Route 2, Leachville, Mississippi County. The undersigned states that he is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never ben convicted of a felony or other crime involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell intoxicating beverages by the undersigned has been revoked within five years last past; and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the 'aws of this State, or any other State, relative to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Application is for permit to be issued for operation begin- My Commision Expires: Dec. 14, 1969 Grand Falls en Labrador's- Hamilt on River is North Amer-, ica's second largest cascade in volume of water. The river drops 1,038 feet. Blytheville. Mrs. J. T. Kennedy of Blytheville returned last Thursday after a week's visit with her daughter, Mrs. C.A. Sallis at Fort Smith. Also visiting C. A. Sallis of Fort Smith were Mrs. Jimmy Sallis and son of Blytheville. Guests in the home of Mrs M. P. Jones over the weekenc were her son, Mr. and Mrs Floyd Jones and family of Chicago; Mrs. Dartha Smith anc daughter, of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Jones and family ol Cole Ridge, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Jones and family of Searcy, Mrs. Fanny Rigsby, Mrs. Edith Jones, Mrs. Reba Jones, Mrs. Laura Jones and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Rigsby, all o£ Blytheville. Mrs. Mary Aycock of Blytheville was admitted to Doctors Hospital Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Otha Kennedy and children of Nashville visited recently with his parents, Mr and Mrs. J.H, Jones, at Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Jones will arrive next week for a visit with DEAR ABBY: Why are certain people always late? I know two. A man and a woman. The woman has no excuse whatsoever because she has no job, no children, and all the time in the world. The man is self - employed, and his reputation fo. tardiness is so well - known that when h- m-.kes an appointment it is assumed that he will be anj where from half an hour to an hour late! And he always is. But he never has the courtesy to apologize or explain. I am always prompt. My time is every bit as valuable as anyone else's, and I resent being ke.,t waiting. WHY, oh, why are some people always late? ON TIME DHAR ON: Show me a person who is "always late" and I'll show you a person who is selfish, in. -isiderate, and emotionally imature. Like children, they live in a timeless world, and couldn't care less about the inconvenience ; hey cause others. Occasionally, one who is meticulously punctual will be made late thru no fault of his own. But those who are chronically tardy are bound to be immature and inconsiderate in other ways. H.: The only way I know of to double your money is of to double your money is put it back in your pocket. Problems? Write to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal, 90069. For a personal reply, enclose a stamped, set - 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." nlng on the 1st day of July, and to expire on the 30th day of June, 1967. Mary Francis McElroy Applicant Subscribed and sworn to before me this 8th day of June, 1966. Charles A. iindman Notary Public (SEAL)' CAREER MEN SALES PROMOTION AND PUBLIC RELATIONS In Blytheville, Osceola, Manila & Leachville Are you selling as well as you would like, and are your commissions showing It? Arkansas* largest Kfe insurance company, National Old Line Insurance Company, is now engaged in a program of nation wide expansion. A new concept In specialized merchandiiing Is the basis of this expansion program and Is providing sticces* to the salesman with an eye on greater earning power. If you must earn $750.00 or more per month, need fringe benefits of family hospitalizatlon, group life insurance, stock options and retirement plan, and believe in your ability to earn them, contact.... Mr. Jefferson Raney 8-13 a.m. & 1-4 p.m. Tttcs. & Wed. Holiday Inn For Appointment PO 3-70S1 ^ For Sales Women Interested in Public Relations and Sales Promotion. Opening for ambitious and agressive saleswoman in Blytheville and surrounding 1 areas, with well established, highly respected multi-million dollar company forty years old. Applicants must be versatile, self-reliant, with ability to converse freely with people in all walks of life. Ages best suited 30 to 55. Employee benefits include family hospHal- fzation, group life insurfance, unexcelled retirement plan, and stock option. For interview please call Eldon Cook, Holiday Inn between 8 a.m. - 12 a.m. and 1-4 p.m. Tues. and Wctl. PO 3-1081 Bronchial Asthma Formula Doctors Prescribe Most-Stops Choking Attacks in Minutes Opens Up Locked Bronchial Tubes and Keeps Them Open. Restores Normal Breathing Fast. Calms Panic. ;cription in most states. Just ask CONFIDENTIAL TO J. F. New York, N.Y—There's a bright new outlook on life for asthmatics. Medical tests proved this modern formula actually ends attacks and restores normal breathing in minutes. Prompt use helps prevent severe attacks from even starUng. This formula is so effective doctors prescribe it more than any other. Yet it's so safe, taken as directed, it can be sold without pre- scriptior for Primfltene® Tablets. . Primatenc promptly opens up locked bronchial tubes and keeps them open. Trapped air is released. You can breethe in and out freely again. It loosens phlegm. Calnit panic..Brings you back to normal fast. So look forward to freedom for hours from asthma Bpasma. Always carry Primatene with you. NOW SERVING EVENING MEALS 5-7:30 p.m. Westbrook's Cafeteria PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER Open Mon. - Sat. 7 AM-7:30 PM (Sun. 7 AM-2:00 PM) BOX STORAGE Cold Storage! CALL TODAY — DO NOT DfLAY PROTECT Your FURS and Woolens from Moths and other Summer Dangers with Professionally safe Vault or Box Storage. FULL BOX $2.95 PER BOX Includes $100.00 Insurance valuation. 2% added for each additional $100.00 valuation. NU-WA laundry-Cleaners m N. Second SI. HUM PO 1-4474 OPEN NIGHTS TIL 8:00 Airplane Spraying ** 2-Woy Radio - Better Customer Service Gene Hood Flying Service DEPENDABLE — EXPERIENCED — INSURED Blytheville — Phone PO 3-3410, PO 3-4242 Manila — Phone 561-4532 your WiSTINGHOUSE 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 *re in OPERATION on our display floor! Let u «how you how they operate! Choose from ,Top Loaders, Front .Loaders, Under-Counter Models Slackens, Single or Multi-speede Models! If it's THE BEST in HOME LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT ... WE HAVE IT! Pay a Few Pennies a Day on Our Easy Terms!

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