The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 7, 1966 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 7, 1966
Page 5
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Kytfovffl* (Ark.) Courier News - Tiuridiy, July 7, MM- Up Hvt HOLLAND NEWS By MM. Jot LMUT Alton Kenley of St. Louti and Sim Kenley of Donipah, Mo., visited Mrs. Maude Labile Wednesday. Jack Nonley is a patient in the HayU Hospital. C. J. Atkins is In Doctor's Hospital, room 305. Russell Copeland of Memphis was a guest of his brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Prank Cop'eland, Sunday. Mr. arid Mrs. Claude Smith of St. Louis and family and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Walker spent the weekend at Big Sandy. Mrs. Hardy Gray and children Kiven and Holly visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Yount. Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Allison of Kewanee, Mo., visited with Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Little and Carl Jenkins Wednesday. They also visited with his brother-in-law. Clay Capps, at the Hayti Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lester spent several days visiting their soh : ln-Iaw and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joe p. Samford of Marion. Hi. Their grandson, Glenn D. Samford. celebrated his 17th birthday June 25. Several friends from Marion and a? guest from Chicago helped him celebrate when his parents entertained with a barbeque at their cottage at the Marion Country Club. Birthday cake and home made ice cream was served later in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lester visited with her brother and wife and Mrs. James McCrary o? Hayti Thursday. Other guest were her brother, Clyde Buchanan of Flint, Mich., and Mr. and Mrs. Boyd McCrary. •Carl Jenkins entered the Doctor's hospital Wednesday. Jenkins has been confined to his bed for the past three weeks at the home of son-in-law and daugh ter, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Little. Mrs. Etta Davis of Santa Clara, Calif., and Mrs. Nat Nunnery were at Reelfoot Lake Thursday for a fish supper. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Howard Barnes of Ridgley. Mrs. Geneive Holly is at home after being a patient, in the Hayti Hospital. Mr. and Sss. Frank Donahue and family, Mrs 1 . Jewell Milburn and son Steve and Mr. and Mrs. Danny Donahue and family of Flint, Mich., are visiting their mother and brother and family, Mrs.'.Iva Samford and Mr. Claude Samford and family. Miss Linda Stinnett and Miss Jeanne Masses of Rock Island, 111., visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clell Jackson all week. They went to Reelfoot Lake Thursday. Mrs. Ray Nunnery of Caruthersville and Mrs. Nat Nunnery were In Memphis Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Martin and children, Randy and Philip of Lake Hamilton. Fla., are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Martin. Mrs. Cleatus Bailey. Miss Martha Bailey, Mrs. B-a-rney Self and children and Mrs. Jack Manning were in Memphis for the weekend, visiting Jack Manning who is in the Veterans Hospital. Mrs. Barney Self and children visited Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Mays and family. Mrs. Onetta Smith of West Memphis is visiting her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mose Wilford this week. An aunt, Mrs. Ellie Smith of Peona III., and son Arlin Smith of Colorado Springs, Colo., were also visitors in the Wilford home Wednesday. Mrs. Lila Scott of Doniphan, Mo., is visiting her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Northern. Alton Kenley and children of St. Louis and Sam Kenley of Doniphan, Mo., visited Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Stivers Wednesday Mrs. Henry Jackson is staying in Kansas City, Mo., with her son-in-law and daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Gregerson, to be near her doctor. She has been very ill. Henry Jackson returned to Kansas City Saturday to be with his wife until she comes home. Her sons George and Bill Sorralls of Wamchula, Fla., have been there with her. Billy Tiiberville, son of William \s a patient in the Doctors' Hospital. His father and grandmother, Mrs. Troy Tuberville have been with him. Mrs. Nat Nunnery entered the Doctors' Hospital Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Omer Perry-of Wauchula, Fla., have been vis- itine h!s mother, Mrs. Eun* Perry. They have gone to Illi- nois now to live. Mr. and Mrs. Joe M. Shelton and son Rickey have returned to their home in Memphis, after spending two weeks a n d three days is Pasco,. Wash., with her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Maxwell, and sons Hal, Robert, Tommy and James. They are both sisters of Mrs. Joe Lester. WARNING ORDER Charles R. Thompson and Charlene Thompson, his wife, and Delmar Overton and Christine L. Overton. his wife, are warned to appear in the Chancery Court for the Chlckasawba District of Mississippi County,. Arkansas, within thirty (30) days next after the date of the first publication of this notice, to answer a complaint filed against them by BIytheville Federal Savings and Loan Association and James Terry, as trustee. • Witness my hand as clerk of said court, and the seal thereof, at the City'of BIytheville, Arkansas, on this' 5th day of July, 1966. GERALDINE LISTON- Clerk By Geraldine Listen Marmus Evrard Title Insurance Bldg., 118 West Walnut Street BIytheville, Arkansas Graham Sudbury • 115 North Second Street BIytheville, Arkansas Attorney ad litem 7-4, 14, 21, 28 Astrological * Forecast *• We ttymria* <rvw Conui.. auto Miurapk oMMito «*(«, vfclck Wlud. your blrti 4»U FRIDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: Keep on your toes regarding all kinds of new and interesting developments which men in power and position are suggesting or putting into motion now; You will find you have many opportunities to gain whatever, your secret and private longings happen to be. Make your place secure by having consideration toward others. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Conferring with authorities in your field of endeavor and getting advice from .older members of your clan can prove most: remunerative today. Many outside duties await your attention. Do them quietly. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Social life can prove to be most enjoyable and profitable, prestige-wise. It is up to you to entertain • others who have been most generous and kind in the past. Show that you are a perfect host or hostess. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Make it a point, more or less, to cater to those who are in aposi- tion of power and you find you get along very much better. Don't be lazy. Follow through McNtoiM IB*. with clever thoughts that bring you closer to your cherished aims. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) You are very likely to meet some very interesting personalities now who will loom large on your horizons in the future. Your hunches should be followed in dealing with opponents. Be kind but firm. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) YoU must clear up current . obligations before you sail forth to new horizons. A real show of affection to loved one is necessary. Stop beinfe so imperious or there can be a definite misunderstanding. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) You have fine suggestions to proffer associates which lead to increased profits. Have quick conferences, dine together, etc. Avoid ennui — get out tonight to some new interest. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Planning early will result in. your getting many labors out of the way very quickly. Co-workers will be highly impressed by you. Be sure to get new clothing you like, since you have right slant now on such. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Instead of going out to recrea- tion alone, find rifht companions who can be very helpful to you In the days ahead. Your mate should:accompany you as well. Show that you are extreme ly devoted. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Pec. 21) Put aside those depres ing thoughts : and rid 'yourself of unpleasant conditions, then you can start an uptrend in all of your affairs. Adopt a new attitude. Kin can have fine ideas to give you — follow them. CAPRICORN (Pec. 22 to Jan. 20) Some serious thinking will reveal how to make your work lighter and more efficient, remunerative. Get together with associates. An exchange of ideas brings just the right results for mutual betterments. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. If you get down to practical systems, you find that most of your monetary matters can be handled very intelligently. Advisors can give very fine assistance, advice, support. Build up your security. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Get rid of that shyness and go after what you truly want or another with an inflated ego could get ahead of you. You have excellent ability. The right people will appreciate you more IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY .... he, or she will be highly sensitive not only to persons but conditions about. Slant education along lines that best utilize these unusual qualities. Dealing with the public in general in almost any .capacity is bound to be most successful. Try to build up the body, Which is apt to be a little too slender, owing to the high spirituality in the nature. By J. C. TUXMAN A D» Queen resident has come up with • practical way of helping tourists to find out more about the area they are visiting — and possibly to get them to stay in the state longer. "Naturally, one shouldn't expect a 19-year-old waitress to be able to answer all the questions to be asked of her," says J. R. McKiney. But, if nothing else, he said, each place of business that caters to the traveling public could post on a handy wall the names of people who are more than casually informed on various subjects and who would be willing to take a phone call. "I've heard," an out-of-stater might remark, "that there are old mines in the county. Any of them still in operation." And the waitress might reply, "I really don't know, but my list of references shows Lawrence Smith to be well informed on the subject. Why don't you call him?" The tale is told at Harrison of a lady who started to mail a postcard with only three cents postage printed on it. The clerk explained that she would have to put an additional one-cent stamp on the card. The lady countered that she had bought the card before the postage rates increased. The clerk insisted that she put the extra penny postage on the card. ; Finally, the lady asked him if she bought a can of beans for 15 cents and put them on her pantry shelf, then later the price of beans went up to 19 cents, would he expect her to go to the store and give the grocer four more cents before she ate the beans? The clerk gave up and bought the stamp himself. A Batesville resident returning home from a vacation spotted this sign in the Lone 1 Star state: "You are now leaving Texas...Why?" Body Temperature Drops During hibernation, commonly known as winter sleep, some animals endure prolonged periods of cold. The body tempeja- ture does not conform to that of the air and may go down to a few degrees above freezing, according to the Encyclopaedia Britannica. Read Courier News Classifieds SERVICE TO "" NEIGHBORHOOD WASHINGTON COURT HOUSE,,Ohio (AP) - Chester Hamulak installed a rotor on the atrial atop a 15-foot mast on his home so he would get the very best reception from hi* new color television. -•••*. When he finished the Job, itt found reception no better than before. . . • .» 05 But his next - door neighbor, Herbert Satterfield, repoirtejj that he was getting good pictures as far away as Cincinnati. Two-State City ..^ The Virginia - Tennessee state line bisects the main thoroughr fare of Bristol, separating it, in* to Bristol, Va., and Bristol; Tenn. STRONGEST pain relief you, can get without a prescriptionti ST.JOSEPH ASPIRIN ffii JEAN'S DISCOUNT SHOPPE SUMMER CLOSE OUT Up to 13.00 polish cot- EO. Close out summer . W.M *ullj lined 4 styles 1-U florals, jtripM, designs. 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