The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 8, 1966 · Page 3
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""•"•WM^^ ^' Think First, Speak Later an <n (NcNuifbf indicate Uc.) iHlllllllllllililil ...... iiiiiNfiiiilnliuiiiii DEAR ABBY: Please, print this in your column. It may save my marriage. I can't mention any names as I don't want to ruin my husband's good name, but he has been seeing another woman. I hope I can reach that woman's heart and ask her to PLEASE stop seeing my husband as I love him very much. It just, about kills me to know that someone else has taken my place with him. I have always been true to my husband and have been a good wife and mother. 1 would do anything for him, Abby. We have four children who love him, too. I am in hopes that the woman believes in God and will stop seeing my husband. PRAYING DEAR PRAYING: Your husband's conscience won't take orders f r o m the "other" woman's heart. Try to reach your husband's sense of decency, morality, responsibility, and honor. He is not being held captive, yon know. Don't nag, beg, or drive him oat of yonr home with threats or hysterics. Make every effort to reason calmly with him until he comes to his senses. And keep pray- tag. _ _ DEAR ABBY: I am a 16- year-old girl who has read your column for years but I've never seen a problem . like mine. I know I am too forward with the boys, but I can't help making a fool of myself. I am always bumping into them accidentally, on purpose, being loud, and making silly remarks that aren't ladylike. I flirt and try to be real cute, but am always saying the wrong thing at the wrong time. Afterwards I see what I did wrong and I feel just awful. I don't want to be known as a flirt and boy-chaser, Abby. I sure need youi help. How can I overcome this? BOY CHASER DEAR BOY CHASER: You are intelligent to realize that your problem is and honest to admit it. Now in order to overcome your forwardness, bear this in mind: When you are in the company of boys, THINK before you speak. Don't talk b e c a u s e you HAVE TO SAY SOMETHING, talk because you HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY If you sit as a iady, walk as a lady, and talk as a lady you will sosn be considered one. DEAR ABBY: My husband kept nagging me to let HIM do the marketing because he thought f spent too much for what I got. Well, I let him do the shopping one day, and he came home with the biggest eggs I had ever seen. I asked him where he got them, and he said from a farmer out near where he worked. He asked me to boil two for his lunch bucket the next day. I did, and when he came home from work he said, "I never tasted anything so terrible as those eggs in all my life. "They were DUCK EGGS. I was biting into everything I could get my hands on all day long trying to get that awful taste out of my mouth." So, Abby, please tell women who have husbands who think they can do their wives' job as well as their own to just tune the poor boobs out. From now on, my husband does his job and I do mine. LAST LAUGH Troubled? Write to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal., 90069. For a personal reply, enclose a stamped, self - addressed envelope. Astrological * Forecast * 8y CAftROLL Vo determine yout foreca&.. nuta paragraph opposite dates, whlcb 'iiclude your blrtb d&tt SATURDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: A day and vening to use much care and caution. Avoid making any new arrangements for they are apt to cause you a considerable amount of trouble as time passes. An argument should be avoided or you find that you get involved in a big hassle. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Try not to express that discontented feeling or others will not be pleased with you. Others need encouragement themselves so do not add to their woes. Show that you have strength of character, are helpful. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May .20) Don't permit any secret anxieties to keep you from carrying through with constructive plans you have been making in a business or personal way. Improve image. Others have greater problems — help them. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Avoid most of your friends today, since they are apt to be in a bad mood or want to pressure you into something. Show courtesy, though. Keep busy going after own aims with enthusiasm and wisdom. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Making sure not to take any risks with others will insure your getting ahead. A good day to clarify any misunderstandings with others. Be cooperative, considerable and conciliatory. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Forget about jumping into new interests you know little about and carry through with whatever is standard, proven. If you have to take a short trip, do so. However, be very careful in driving. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Keeping promises made in a very precise way will put intelligent persons in your corner In the future, since they will be highly impressed. Kin may not react as you desire. Be patient. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Spend some time planning how body beautiful, MvNaucht Syndicate. Inc. to please your associates more, since they are pretty upset right now. Keping promises precisely is absolutly important. Regain lost ground with all. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Small duties await you that should not be put off, so give up thoughts of going out for a little fun. Some health problem should be looked into without delay. Be a stronger, happier you. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Forget that temptation to go off to some very expense and hardly worthwhile recreation that could prove to be a very unhappy one. Get into that hobby you like so much instead Be heartwarming with those who are in trouble. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) You have to be very diplomatic in handling some home affair, since others are very sensitive just now. Get rid of tensions in the best way you can. Objective thinking is the key. AQUARIUS (Jan. 2 Ito Feb. 19) Although criticism may be justified, it is best not to allow yourself such a luxury now or it. can turn into a real hassle. Get busy working on reports, statements, etc. Be sure they are precise. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) If you first think out what is best for you, it will be easy to follow your inclinations later. Improve real estate,. do career work with precision. Take inventory of your holdings — be sure all is operating nicely. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY .... he, or she will be one of those persons who will want to vacillate between a regular job and jumping to other interests at the drop of a hat Teach to persevere and com- jlete one project first, and then go on up the ladder gradually, when it is safe to do so. Then the success becomes steady and the future very promising — there can even be frame in this chart. The mind Is fast, the |rr ) ^v:r';*'i '•V v l" ] " l .-'V. ' ''^'''.'^^-r'-v^Vi^^ .'•'*''.•_-M '^ •'•ii'>L_'' 1! _k"i ; 'v 1 'jL.''.'-'. ; ',''V"; • '""i ''''•'•'• * J '' ! 'tiii L '''it'ii'^•'•'•'''-'I'''"iai iiiiaW"m^ r ' ? ' ?i M Vl'ai' -"?*"••£ j Bjythevllle (Ark.) .Courier Ken - Friday, July. 8,1988- Pag» A DRY LAKE—Osceola's Lake Neark is shown above in its driest stage since it was formed about two years ago. The lake was made by damming up some of the Mississippi River's channels with rock and cement. Most of the nine dams have been broken by flooding waters in the past year. Only a month ago many people fished in this area but now only puddles remain. Charles Coleman, chairman of the lake project, hopes to get more help from the government in the near future. (Courier News Photo) Luxora News By Mn. A. J. Hill Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Wolfe and children of Newport were dinner guests of A. W. Walls Sunday. Miss Margaret Moffitt of Lexington, Term., is moving back here this week, Mr. and Mrs. Lealand Maxwell of Memphis were guests of Mrs. Walter Wood Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William Kelch accompanied their daughter to Arkansas State College at Jones boro Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L. Hill and Mrs. A. J. Hill visited her brother, Mrs. Willie Lind of BIytheville, Wednesday. Mrs. T. D. Wilkerson of Burdette spent the weekend with aer sister, Mrs. C. E. Milloway and family. Mr. and Mrs. Milloway and Tom Cole spent Sunday in BIy- theville to help celebrate Mrs. Andy Milloway and Mrs. Vernie Leigh's birthdays. Mrs. Faye Carter Criss is a patient in Osccola Memorial Hospital, She entered the hospital Friday after suffering a heart attack. Mrs. J. W. Clark was the guest of Mrs. Walter Wood Sunday afternoon. Mrs. H. C. Worsley, Mrs. Paul Jackson and Mrs. Paul Hanshaw spent the week in San Antonio, Tex., visiting Mr. and Mrs. Paul Worsley Jackson. Mrs. Jimmy Corkran, Mrs. Joyce Gurley and Mrs. Pauline Allsworth gave a baby shower for Mrs. Charles Howard Jr. Sunday. Fifteen guests were present. Cake and punch was served. The table was decorated with a center piece of orchids. Six junior girls of the First Baptist Church attended camp at Ravenden Springs last week. They were Dale Sims, Sandra Seaton, Cindy Stevens, Melody | Bryeans, Shelia Bryeans and Katherlne Reed. Throughout the year)' Department of Interior's Bureau j of Land Management auction* <!' off thousands of small traets'un-:! suited for public development? Vacationers buy them for'Jish-S ing, hunting and cami ing^re-ji treats. The land is within The ;l government's 460 million aWesf of public • domain land mostly? In 11 Western states and Alaska. WHATTSBEST FOR AHEADACHE?= No othtr tabtti In government.""" iponiored test of 5 leading pp.m llJlf - reflevert gave tlronger, faster pali'o;" relief-then St. Joseph Aspirin.,. .'. 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