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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, June 25, 1966
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Viyttwvnw (Air.) courier - aituraty, Jim» m, mt - THTM Astrological * Forecast * CARROLL K1GHTEB to ntUmlDt JOM WMCM.. aott MrajMpB opposite datef, wWcl> mtlud. jour tUtth d«U SUNDAY ENERAL TENDENCIES: An unusually good Sunday to get in touch with whomever you wish closer contact in the days ahead and for working put a new cooperative agreement that can bring more harmony and better understanding between you and them. A day for enjoying the company of persons socially that have been difficult to reach for some time, either because you had no time, or they. Be active, be happy. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) If you and associates reach thai happy point of agreement, you find that it will be much easier to cope with outsiders. Study calculus in your spare time Join in some civic duty that can be most rewarding. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20 Living the Golden Rule can be most inspiring to those arouni now and be sure not to neglec your health or appearance. Tak( the times to plan new week' special doings. Avoid the pure ly frivolous - time is costly. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21 First to church in A.M., the: eff to the fun and frolic you s desire, but be of a happy an jovial attitude. Don't depres others instead. Think senousl how to better please your love ene. Don't be a dull'un! MOON CHILDREN (June to July 21) Make your horn the focus for your fine idea and where you place your cha liable desires, attributes. Ou siders hardly ever apprecia your thoughts, anyway, tertaining at home. ien you know who «e able back your, personal talents nd skills and let them know vhat you have in mind for hav- ng more success in the days head. You are able to investi- ate and uncover whatever adds o your success. Think before ou make your contacts, since ou could easily go in the wrong facts on hand By Lines You (EDITOR'S NOTi; Thi» column to for us« by the readers Material submitted will not be returned. All Sal should b. typed and double-spaced and is wMeot to editing. Writers should sign their names and in the cases of students, should give their age. Names will be withheld on request.) Mr. and Mrs. Bill Davidson of Jonesboro were Friday night [uests of his parents, Mr. and TUNE HEAVEN IN | word "Believe" so simple, an< Do en- LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Pay attention to what speaker has to say whether at church, meet Ings, etc. Don't be hynotized into sleep at the wrong time. Learning is the key to far greater things an better living - get on the ball! VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) By raising the level of consciousness in which you now are in a rut, you find that you get highly inspired ideas for big success. Get, abode more charm Ing. Study paper, news weeklies for opportunities. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22, You have a sparkling and attractive eprsonality today and ghould get out to social functions where you can make a fine impression on others. State your aims, desires, ood friends are very acquiescent. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) You are able to get the data you require provided you go to specifically what you want. Evening should be spent quietly, Either enjoy pleasant light recreation or conversation with those you like. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Close ties, friends, understand your motives, good qualities now and will co-oper ate in any aims you. have ir mind. Don't neglect social af fairs that are charming. Com. in contact with right persons. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan 20) Going directly to higherup who are in a position to giv you backing for your fines projects will result in just that Attend business meetings tna are necessary. Some socia function in P.M. can also b helpful. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb 19) You gravitate toward spm new, charming friend who ca certainly be the means of open Ing up new doors of opportur ity for you. State your fin ideas. A whole new circle c friends can be accumulated. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. Concentrating upon how to c ment even closer relations wi one of your most beloved Men may reveal that kindness is tl keynote. Better get in touch wi an authority for advice you d sire. Don't rely on mere a CHILD IS BOR irection. Test with logic. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Make sure in A.M. that you do lot default on payments to gov rnment, banks employees, etc. department stores, etc. Get ev erything cleared up. Then thi evening can be more ideal with mate, family. Be good. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20 5 artners demand much from ;ou now, so consider all detail of any joint enterprise and then : ull speed ahead. Study how you are faring in relation to others. Are you making as fins an impression as you think? GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Plot your daily routine carefully and you will find that work becomes » pleasure. Use that new system. Co-workers will appreciate it. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Putting those special talents to work can soon bring you more leisure time, greater income. Pals will gladly join you in favorite recreations. Be generous of spirit as well as monetarily. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) You have to be more thoughtful of arid devoted to kin if you desire to have true harmony at home. Be sure to show business ties (hat you have good sense. This measures the amount of your uccess. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) If you fulfill professional duties early, you can then give your attention to personal matters Much enjoyment is possible ir both. Just make up your mind to get results! LIBRA (Sep. 23 to Oct. 22 Thinking constructively now helps you to add to presen undance. A straight - thinking pert you know gives righ inters. Then carry through ethodically and with purpose e adroit. SCORPIO (Oct. M to Nov. 21 ! talking over with others wha tu most desire, whether i usiness or personal relation ips, you get right response iose in social life can find yo ery persuasive now. Be ou ling. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 t ec. 21) Think more along line Oh won't you tune yourself into heaven? Please set your channel right. Don't heed commercials from a cruel deceiver, Just trust in the Lord's delight. He's ever trying oh ao hard to reach you; How it must hurt, to see your heart confused. Oh clear the way and give Him one free station; Give Him your Heart to use. You'll find there is no finer broadcast, And none more joyful tp hear, Than God's own message of salvation, His precious plan prepared to draw you ar. Please consider Him the uest network; Most valuable mmunication known. There ay at times be some small terruption; But soon the trou- e all will be gone. Set your dial now, don't wait notber day; You never know hen conflict may begin. Just pen up your heart and God rill show you the way To tune 11 Heaven in. He's ever try- g oh so hard to reach you; ive Him your heart today. Beeve Him, and he'll tenderly eceive you; Yes, God will show yet so different said. I saw the darkness turn to light; I felt my soul washed clean. I felt Hi love flow through my veins, knew what Born did mean! My shameful tear* were wiped away, to never more appear. For always now I too can know that Christ my Lord i near. For through His mercy by His blood, His own I'll eve be; I thank praise His Him still, name an for saving MANILA NEWS Hiiui HiiiiiiiiinwiwiifliiiwiiiiiniiiiiMHHiiiiHiii iiiiiiiiii!iii»i»»iiiMRS. W. M. DAVIDSON MllllllllllllltfllllWKWlllllNlllWIIIIIIIIWIIBlllllllHIMM Mrs. W. M. Davidson. Mrs. Allie T. McNorton and "even roe." Thou knowest how to find a way through things I cannot see. Thou knowest all the an- ou the way. MISS YOU I think of you Mama, so often ach day, Of things I would how you, and things you would ay. I want you to see the kids rowing so fast, Who speak of ou daily, remembering the ast. The places we go ... the eople we meet, I want you to and good times to re:now, wat. My heart bleeds inside, from leed of your love; Tears fall can't hide ... Do you see from above? Do you know of the heartache, the agony felt, With each passing daybreak, from he deed that was dealt? So of- en I forget you're gone and see •ou waiting there, For us to come running in home, in answer to your prayer. I ache to write you letters, ache more, for yours to me; But the ones 1 have in the bureau drawer, is all there'll ever ie. I want to buy you dresses, when 1 see the kind you wore... swers, though to me no answers be. In deepest gloom Thou sendest light, though oft' I fail to ask, And many times throughout the night, I'd fall beneath the task. Oh Jesus Christ, Thou perfect One, that could not yield to sin... And yet upon that cross You hung, to free me from within; How can You look upon my soul with each new passing day, With imperfections new and old, and still show me the way? Oh how it must so grieve You, for all that You save done, To see me yet go leave You, and try the way alone. Oh how can flesh get in the way, how can my will deceive? How can I fail to hear You say, that You wilt still relieve? Oh Jesus, I am sorry, again I have to cry, For failing to employ Thy blessings from on High. Please turn Thy face to me again, I pray, smile down en me? And give me faith and strength within that 1 may walk with Thee. Oh not forever from this day without a care to know, and ne'er regardless come what son Daryl of Gary, Ind., spent the weekend with her pareats, Mr. and Mrs. Will Griffin. Mr. and Mrs. Neal Wayne Gates and children spent the weekend at Norfork Lake. Mrs. 0. A. Martin and children of Rives spent Tuesday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gates. Mr. and Mrs. Amos David of Caraway visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jim David and Mrs. Lillie Crain. Mrs. Jimmy Scott and children of Baton Rouge are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Scott. They will be joined by Mr. Scott this weekend for a visit before returning home. Dennie Farmer and Gene Benson of Millington Naval Air Station spent the weekend with ;heir parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Fanner and Mr. and Mrs. Neal Benson. Billy Wayne Ross of Little Rock visited Saturday with his aunt, Mrs. U. S. Griffith. Dale Briley of Benton Bar- parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Willmuth. Miss Martha Ann Rayder of Ole Miss and her guest, Larry Cook of Chaffee, Mo., spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rayder. Dean Wagner of Osceola spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Wagner. Miss Sandra Downing of Mem pbis spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Rose Downing. Mr. and Mrs. George Adams and son Gregory of Dumas are visiting this week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Davidson, and his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hill and children of Holly Grove moved last week to Manila to make their home. Both Mr. and Mrs. Hill will teach at Manila Schools next year. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Johnston and son of Luxora were Sunday Blytheville. She has been named Robin Machelle. The Hamilton! have another daughter, Ginnie, age 3. Grand parents are Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Hamilton and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Shackleford. Wesleyan Service Guild of the First Methodist Church met at the home of Mrs. Amos Decker, Monday evening with 12 mem. bers and one guest attending. Vice president, Mrs. Dial Bal lard, presided at the business meeting at which time volun leers were solicited to serve the MYF Sunday evening. Mrs. Ballard read a part o the report of the North Arkan bor, Mich., spent Sunday nigbt with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Veach. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Ray Brock of Memphis spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Thieme. as Conference held In Searcjr ecently. Mrs. Chloe Garner was pro- ented a life membership la ecognition of her service. Mrs. Louise Ashabranner pr«- ented another session of thi itudy of the book of Acts. Mrs. Myrtle Pearson and Mrs. 'leasant Mobley reported on tht weekend spent at the meeting on Mount Sequoyah. The meeting was closed with prayer. The hostess served ce cream, cookies and punch. Mrs. Georgia Davis left by plane from Memphis Saturday for a vacation with her son,and family, Major and Mrs. Paul D. Davis and children at Bermuda. .:- < Mr. and Mrs. George Adami and son Gregory moved to Manila Thursday to make their home. Both Mr. and Mr*. Adams have accepted teaching positions in the Manila School System. __ IIIill«^ guests of his mother, Mrs. Flora Johnston. Mrs. W. E. Lawhorn and her houseguest, Mrs. Frank Sweet, of Boulder City, Nev., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ranee Perkins in Catron this week. Mrs. Hugh Miles, Joann Redmond and Ann Bacon visited Mr. and Mrs. Roland Wells in Turrell Friday night. Joe Hornberger left Saturday for Mineral Wells, Tex., to visit Mr. and Mrs. Joe Keith Horn- Mrs. J. R. Shackleford ol' ber g er . From'there he left Mon- Wynne spent several days last for shl . eveport to attend i_ ;ii_ U-M M*IAV TLJIt*e HrtV •» _ . . . _, . ••._ _i_._._i__j; week with her sister, Mrs. Roy Veach. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Webster of Flint, Mich., were guests Tuesday night and Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Holt. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Davidson Friday were Mrs. Laverne Fudge and children, of Rockford, 111., Mrs. Sallie Barnum of Benton Harbor and Mrs. Dora Barker of Manila.. Miss Bernice Curtis, a nurse at Little Rock and a sister of Mrs. Wayne Shedd, has moved to Manila to make her home. She will be a member of the nursing staff at Shaneyfelt Hospital. Tuesday night supper guests of Mr and Mrs. Gerald Don- 'Cat' Didn't Dig the Food J U Jan >uren may do I expect to show... No| n er were Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Lamb and family of Oak Ridge, Tenn., Mr. and Mrs. James Felts and family of Ben ton, Ark., Dr. and Mrs. L. L. Shedd of Little Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Donner, Mr. and Mrs. D Shedd, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Siiedd and family, Mrs. Elvina 3ut the ones you beneath my .bed, had, boxed tells me getting problematical affair eriously straightened out ead of concentrating on pe mal projection. Show real di otion to loved one. Don't t 6 independent. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Ja 0) You have a good friend wh help to make life less dif: ult for you, provided you sta our ideas and problems clea , honestly. Be sure to social! P.M. Congenials are in fin ettle, also. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 9) Though you feel that on the urface, everything is going 'our way, you must be careful o observe conventions more, tave respect for formality. Be more helpful to higher-ups. An attitude of altruism is admirable. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Time spent studying current and new trends can bring in fine benefits in the near future. Some new contact can shed much light on various subjects. This is your time to really expand. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY he, or she, will have excellent talents, but will be one of those strange youngsters who early will hide them from everyone, even the parents, so it behooves you to quickly point out that these are God-given gifts that need ep- pression, otherwise they will be lost. The forte here, however, you'll need no more. It's to empty now without you, I can hardly find me way; But oh , Mama do remember that I'll friend, because you see, I know weakness whatsoever, no chance to fall away, No struggle in decisions I must make. But with Thee ever in me, and by Thy side I stay, I know Thou wilt defend me, for Thou cannot forsake. LONELINESS There is a different kind of happiness for everyone; There are so many lonelinesses, that we can't discern betwixx the two, and often do deny that it is so, But tune me in, and listen see you some sweet day. And because you were so good to me, this prayer will e'er be mine; That like you were, I'll learn to be, and pray my God, that you do see Our love is still entwined. EVEN ME I was alone and scared. I feared each day to meet The trials it would bring: the ferver of the heat of choices I must make and principles to claim, Were far too great a load for me to bear. 1 sought to solve my problems all, but in dismay each time would fall. I knew I know how it feels to be lonely, alone and without any love. 1 know all the signs of losing, including the Light from Above. Through the darkness my life I have squandered, And many a dead end I've trod. I I know ... for long ago I wandered, far away from the ray of God. You may say through the day that you're lonely, Because your children are grown. Do you know what it is to be lonely, for children you've never known?" You feel that you're all alone when your loved one now asleeps; But can you know how it feels to have that there must be a greater Power somewhere. My blindness lay in how and where to find no loved one gone, And no one behind you to weep? Ah yes ... 'tis so sad to be and needful of just Bellinger and Mrs. John Ellis, all of Manila. Mr and Mrs. James Felts and children left'for their home in Benton Sunday after a ten- day visit with relatives. Mrs. Curtis Davis and daughter of Little Rock were Wednesday and Thursday guests of Mr and Mrs. Wayne Shedd. Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Gammill and children of West Plains Mo., spent the wekened with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Gammill and Mrs. Hazel Bacon. Rev. and Mrs. Houston Moran of Kenton, Tenn., were weekend guests of Mrs. Lee David and Mrs. Lorine Blackwood. Mr and Mrs. Alonzo Fleeman and Mrs. Bud Jolliff visited meir mother, Mrs. Nora Fleeman, at St. Bernard Hospital in Jonesboro Wednesday. Mr and Mrs. Ray White of Dexter were Friday guests of Mrs Myrtle Brown and J. B. Mr. and Mrs. Dan White visit- the Louisiana State Postmasters Convention. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Glover and children of Blytheville were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne MeCullough. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Vanzant visited Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. George Farmer. Their daughter, Kim, remained with the Farmers for a longer visit. Mrs. Jim Pirtle and children of Titusville, Fla., are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. MeCullough. They were joined over the weekend by Mr. and Mrs. Macky MeCullough and children of Memphis. Mrs. Neal Benson, Mrs. Nelson Benson and Mrs. Joe Hornberger accompanied John Hora- berger to Memphis Sunday afternoon where he boarded a bus for his home in Jackson, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Wells of Turrell spent the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tillman Wells, and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Miles. Mrs. Myrtle Pearson and Mrs Pleasant Mobley spent the week end at Mount Sequoyah attending the Wesleyan'Service Guild South Central jurisdiction meet- Woman's Society of Christian Service met at the home of Mrs. Ruth Issacs and Mrs. Jim David Tuesday afternoon with 21 members present. Mrs. W. M. Davidson, program chairman, presented the program 'Chosen for Action.' If « vw»» •" . IUJJL. me IUI 1C licic, iujfitT^i, TODAY he w she, will bej js i(] thg fjeld of Wgn . gra( i e de- one of those very fascinating persons who will attract almost everyone with whom he, or she. comes In contact, and for this reason can be a power in the world for good, since there is much desire to establish order and harmony where there is just the opposite. Give as much academic education as possible, and the field of medicine, psychology and the ministry are fine here. MONDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: Contact th* moat Inilutntitl ective work, research, or whatever requires secrecy. A very artistic nature. WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chick asawba District, Mississipp County, Arkansas. GLYN D. ROE, Plaintif vs No. 168M CHRISTINE R. ROE, Defendar The defendant, CHRISTINE R. ROE Is hereby warned to «] pear within thirty days tn th court named in tht caption ben- y in how and where TO nna lone , yj and Bee(1M O f 5us t a lis One so strong. This One| {rjend Can you g ues5) can you knew deep down inside could s ot ^ UK ] one ijness, And of hield me from all wrong. I tried to pray, and tried to ay the feelings of my heart. ut how can any soul portray what love does not impart? I nly knew that worse I grew, nd life more dark became. I ealized my unworthiness to yen speak His name. In des- jeration finally, I thought, "Oh Lord, I'm through. I want no part of this old world, but I can't get through to You." Then suddenly around me, be ievers came to plead; To pray me through to God above, and show Him my great need, For ove within my soul to dwell and faith to make me whole. I felt me hand of strongest faith upon my poor bowed head. The of and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, GLYN D. ROE. Dated this 2nd day of June, 196« at 1:15 o'clock P.M. GERALDINE LISTON, Cletk By Betty Coats, D.C. Elbert S. Johnson, Attorney 215 W. Walnut Street, Blytheville, ArkansM James M. Gardner, leing alone in the end? Of see- ng your lifetime ending •-... and knowing the world whisks Of having no time left for mending, no tomorrow, your ways to atone, And knowing at least you are spending, your final hours ... all ... Alone. Sherry Harness My Teacher From the starting of the semester then on through the year, "Miss Hargett" we loved you for you were a dear. You taught us to read and print and sing pretty songs, the Psalms from the Bible and to always do right and never wrong. Now God has called you up above, where he has lots of children for you to love. I cannot say, 'good bye' lor w».» - »»"• * . _ . ed their daughter Mrs. L. L. Shedd, in Paragould Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dial Ballard were in Pocahontas Sunday to visit his father, W. H. Ballard. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wallace and children of Jacksonville, Fla are visiting their parents, Mr "and Mrs. Clyde Parker and Mrs. Gerald Wallace. — Flee- Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Alomo man visited her niece, Robert Hamilton at Doctors Hospital in Blytheville Sunday David Joe Wright and Mrs. Madge Brown spent several days last week in Tyler, Tex., ***•? ** _ _ . J * * T««*e , ygi am, U..V.U.... — - . She was assisted by Mrs. A. T Pierce, Mrs. Claude Crain, Mrs. Albert Scott, Mrs. Madge Brown, Mrs. Vaughn L. Shownes and Mrs. W. A. Thieme. Mrs. 31enn Holmes, president, presided at the business session which followed Mrs. Madge Brown, secretary, read the minutes of the previous meeting. The group voted to continue the fall rummage sale. Mrs. Holmes read a card from the Wesleyan uild expressing their thanks for help given them in their recent country dinner. Pledges were collected and the meeting was closed by the group repeating the Lord's Prayer led by Mrs. Albert Scott. The hostess, assisted by. Mrs. George Dillion and Mrs. Vaughn Shownes, served Ice cream lopped with strawberries, cookies and lemonade. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harm!- (Mc.N.oihl SjuilMU me.) yiliUllilliyiiliiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiBHiaii'i" 1 " 111111111111111111 DEAR ABBY: My husband's brother is the kind who will walk into your house, head right for the refrigerator and help himself. It has always burned me up, but I've never said anything. Sunday Ned did that stunt again. He took out a bowl of liver and mashed potatoes I have scraped off everybody's plates and had mixed with cat food. I was saving it for the neighbor's cat which I am feeding while she is on vacation. Well, Ned made himself a big sandwich of this stuff, got himself a beer and seemed to enjoy it. I never said a word until he got all thru, and then I told him what he ate. I am not going to tell you what happened after that, Abby, but I laughed so hard I cried. Ned isn't talking to me and neither is my husband. Did I do anything so terrible? The stuff was fresh' and wouldn't have killed anybody. ELSIE DEAR ELSIE: I think it was hilarious. But you could have waited a few days to tell him. DEAR ABBY: Please tell "Bob's Common Law Wife," who lost three husbands and therefore feared to marry number four, the following story from the Bible: Sarah, the wife of Abraham, lost not three, but seven husbands on the first night of her marriages. Foul play was su- pected; she herself thought that the devil had been destroying her bridegrooms. Prospective husband number eight was told by the Angel Raphael not to fear to wed her; that when a man and woman love and worship together, the devil has no power over them. They married; Sarah's father sadly arose before dawn and dug a grave for his prospective son-in-law. But lo, the bridal couple greeted him at their door! And they lived happily ever after. So, please tell "Bob's Common Law Wife" that where there is the presence of God in a marriage, they need not be DEAR BELIEVER: t affl deeply indebted to you far, your 'beautiful letter. While a newspaper columr makes interesting reading for many the answer to all problems can be found between the two covers of the B i b 1 e. "Seek and ye shall find." DEAR ABBY: My husband and I have had a mild disagreement going on 20 years. We have three children, 18,.16, and 12. My husband is a good provider, a wonderful father, and really ar, ideal husband (almost). But there is soriie- thing that has been bugging me ever since we were mar- rie. He has always dressed and undressed in the bedroom closet. He insists that just because people are married they do not have to lose their modesty. I believe in modestyi too, but after all these yeari I am not quite that naive. Am I wrong to insist that he coma out of the closet? FREDDY'S WIFE DEAR WIFE: Let him hide in the closet. What's the difference? He doesn't SLEEP there. ~ DEAR ABBY: If your name were not Mary, and in ons of your most tender and intimate moments your husband whispered, "0 Mary," what would you do? T NOT MARY DEAR NOT: I'd probably: do what you did, and spoil everything. afraid. A BELIEVER ROXY THEATRE BLYTHEVILLE ., Adm. • 25c and 50c Continuous Showing . SAT. & SUN. Double Feature "AT GUNPOINT" with Fred MacMun-y PLUS "THE REBEL SET'! with Beatniki — "uncut" Sat. Mid-Nite Show "THE NAKED KISS" Shock Star; of » Night Girl 'isiting Wright. you are in my heart, My First Atty Ad Litem M, 11, II, » Grade Teacher "Miss Beatrice Hsrgett," who gave me my start. By Myra Gall McCammon A»e 1 Yean Remember Pay Your Ptpw Boy Mr. and Mrs. James ton announce the birth of their second child, a daughter, born CARD OF THANKS We would like to express our most sincere thanks to the ,r.any wonderful friends and neighbors for the cards, visits,. food and flowers during tht iWss ind death of our mother. Mollie Lan«. May God bless all bf you. THE FAMILY June 18, at Doctor's Hospital in Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Lamb left Wednesday for Memphis to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Lamb, before returning to their home in Oak Ridge, Tenn. Supper guests of Mr. and Mrs Wayne Shedd Friday were Mr and Mrs. James Felts and children of Benton, Mr. and Mr» Gerald Donner and children and Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Shedd, all of Manila. Joe Chapin who recently underwent surgery at the ; Baptist Hospital in Memphis, U reported to be Improving. Miss Kathy Willmu* ef Memphis visited Sunday with her You Are Invited To Attend A GOSPEL MEETING June 26 through July 3 Each Evening At 7:30 Sunday 9:45 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Praaehinf by Edgar Dye of Orange, California EASTSIDE CHURCH OF CHRIST 300 N. Ruddla Road BlyrtiiviHi, Ark.

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