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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 23, 1966
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Pate Two - Bhrthevllle (Arfc.) Courier New - Thursday, June M, MM Not Much of a Man J&itJI Van & Wen <McN»ufht iyndlciw '»«•> - DEAR ABBY: I am 20 and have been going with this guy for over a year. He is 22. We have to keep it to ourselves because of his parents. They eve very narrow minded. They disapprove of me because I Wade a. few mistakes in the past. Once when I was 14 and again when 1 was 16, but 1 gave both babies away. Anyway, this guy says he will marry me in time, but right new he can't he seen in public with me. I hate all this hiding and sneaking around. I know my reputation isn't so hot, but I am not a criminal. I don't go with anybody but this one guy, and I want to get married. What is your advice? TIRED OF HIDING DEAR TIRED: A guy who can't be seen in public with the girl he intends to marry is a long way from being man enough to marry her. H it's a wedding ring you want, don't count on him. Change your address, and the farther from the scene of your "mistakes," the better. DEAR ABBY: You were much too lenient toward that tombstone »nan who stated WILSON NEWS Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Getchell of_Pine Bluff are visiting in the home of their daughter, Mrs. 0. E. Sadler, Mr. Sadler and children. Joe Cullom Jr., Joe Collum Sr^and H. A. Nicholson spent the; weekend at White River on a fishing trip. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Perry wejre in DuValls Bluff over the weekend to visit her parents, Mfj and Mrs. J. A. Welly. Mary Snipes, Kay and Nan H6|an and Lois Kincaid of Richmond, Mo., were guests of Inez and Bruce Kincaid at Eden Iste last Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Mrs. John Ellis and children, Liliby and John B., drove to Krjoxville Tueesday for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P.-G. Vestal, and other/relatives. Her nephew, Keith Jones, who has spent tfte last two weeks here' accompanied them that each gravestone must bear the dates of birth and death on it. In a word, he was a chiseler. You made a monumental boo boo, Abby but don't get stoned or potted over it. Your words of wisdom and wacky wit are a source of joy. You are the flower of the earth,— you blooming idiol. YOUR L'VILLE PUN PAL DEAR PAL: Call not a blooming idiot one Who cultivates the lowly pun; Each thought begins with our Creator, I'll plant you now and dig you later. DEAR ABBY: Not long ago I read an article in the paper about kooky weddings. It told about how people got married on horseback, water skis, and even while free • falling out of an airplane with a para- ehuie. \ wotfio. Hfce W how you feel about such weddings, Abby. Can these people be serious? CURIOUS DEAR CURIOUS: I can understand (barely) how ardent horse • lovers can be serious about wauling to be married on horseback, but that is where I would say whoa! Jumping into the sea of matrimony on waler skis leaves me cold. And the same (oei for taking the plunge in * parachute. Kooky weddings and publicity go together like ham and eggs. I personally Prefer rice and old shoes. DEAR ABBY: When some poor, ignorant, unimaginative clod p6ints to the work of a serious modern artist and asks, "What is THAT suppos- THU * *8iuf Htote GM CONOCO SERVICE ASB * DIVISION OIL CO. Holiest Brand Colni AFMtriTbe Going ;^i Gentian!*) one* CONOCO! ed to be?" Row doei the art- CONK6UNDED DEAR CONFOUNDED, The iriltt tell. the clod what he had in mind when he put the brush to the canvas. t( he can remember, that it. Problems? Write to Abby, Box 8WW, Los Angeles, Cal., 90069. For a personal reply, inclose a stamped, self - addressed envelope. Hate t6 write letters? Send $1 to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal., 90089, for Abby's booklet, "How lo Write Letters for All Occasions." "HONDA" SUPER-SUMMER SALE Pr!iesCutl*r6m$10to $30 on All Liffht Weight Model*. Big Discounts for Cash on all Models. Low cost Financing Available. All Models On Display — At BLYTHEVILLE HONDA SALES 667 E. MAIN • MRS. W. A. HOGAN, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Reed who are at Ole Miss this summer were in Wilson over the week end to move to Jonesboro wheri he will coach this next year. Lynn Smith and Jack Snipes, who represented Wilson at Boys State this year, gave the highlights of their trip to members of the Lions Club Monday night at their regular meeting. Mrs. J. W. Spradling, of Pine Bluff, Dee Jones of Oklahoma and Mrs. Jerry Dennie of Minneapolis, Minn., were called home last week because of the serious illness of their father, C. V. Jones. Mr. Jones is rapid-1 ly improving at the Chickasawba Hospital in Blytheville. Several members of the fam ily of Sam Noblin gathered at Wilson Park for a family picnic Monday. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Noblin, his daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. home. Mrs. Ellis will drive to Oscar Davis; his niece, Mrs. Tuxedo, N. C. on Monday to pick up her daughter, Laura, who has been in camp there. Laura will join her mother in Krioxville for two weeks before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Williams •were house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Nichols in Brinkley over the weekend. Mr. Williams and Mr. Nichols were first place winners in the championship flight of the member-guest golf tournament wfilch was held Saturday and Sunday at thcj Brinkley Country Club. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hogan and children spent the weeekend in-Jackson, Term., with her brother, Frank Davis, Mrs. Davis and children. Nan Hogan re^ mained in Jackson for a visit with her aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ford entertained their bridge club Friday night at their home with all members present. Preceding games a dessert course was served with dips, chips and party foods later on. High score winners at bridge were Mrs. Ford and John Grain Jr. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Wiley was the setting for a family reunion Sunday, June 12. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Don Ledbetter and daughter, Louise and, Mr. and Mrs. Damon Morris of Obion, Tenn.; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ledbetter of Troy, Tenn; Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Harp of Parsons, Tenn.; Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Ledbetter, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Jackson and children, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mayne and daugh ter, Cindy, and Ginger Walker, all of Memphis; Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Carter of Luxora; Mrs. ' C. L. Wiley of Lufkin, Tex,, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wiley of Lufkin, Tex.; Mr. and Mrs. Billy Wayne Wiley and child Janet and Steve, of West Helena; Mr. and Mrs. Russie Perry of Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bourland and children, Julia end Jay, of Jonesboro and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mclver of New Castle, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Left- well and Gail spent Sunday in Jonesboro with Mr. and Mrs. Bo Travis and children. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Moon Monday and Tuesday were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Cate of Lonoke, and her niece, Phyllis Ann Cate and nephew, Mark Love of L1111 e > Rock. Mrs, David McCullar returned home Saturday after a week in Panama City with her parents, Mr. and Mis. Moove of Osceola. Helen Rossi and children, John ny, Ronny and B o n n e y of Youngstown, Ohio; his brother, W. H. Noblin and Mrs. Noblin of Jonesboro; his sister; Mrs. John Riddle and Mr. Riddle of Walnut Ridge. Mrs. Rossi and children were house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Davis Monday night. Mrs. Bernice Cummings, Mrs. Lucille Carr, Mrs. Pauline Yates, Mrs. Lonia Adams, Mrs. Pauline Corkran, Mrs. Catherine Bussey, Mrs. Winnie Lou Wiley, Mrs. Tommye Cash, Mr. D. D. Cash, and Mrs. Virginia Whiteside went to Blytheville, Ark., Saturday night, June 18 for the official visit of Mrs. Ruby Caplinger, worthy grand matron of Eastern Star of Arkansas, to Blythevillee, Osceola, and Wilson Chapters, joint meeting being held at Masonic Hall in Blytheville. Banquet was served at 6:30 and regular meeting was 8. 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