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BIythevffl* (Ark.) Courier News - Saturday, July t,,lM~ Pa* Arw Astrological * Forecast S?™? 1 ? 1 ™ W 'owt«* Bute 8y CARROLL fUGBTEg SUNDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES! Much of value can be yours 'this Sunday by truly living the Golden Rule and by showing others you are willing to do wmething they : especially like In the;way of entertainment or amusement. 'ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) You are particularly charming and magnetic. today, arid ;can make the right, impression on others so that you accomplish a great deal. Show that you have poise, are a devoted friend. .TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) H you go after .the experts who have the knowledge you desire, you can plan the future more as you want it to be. Persons in powerful positions listen to your ideas. They give them financial backing you require. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Repaying social obligations and showing that you have real poise at gatherings, etc.,; sees increasing prestige and g a o d will; Find new arid interesting friends. Enjoy those you have known for some time, also. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) This is an ideal day to be with infuential persons who have power over your interests. Do what you can to age of these aspects.' ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19! Sitting down with kin will give you an opportunity to straighten put matters of budget, home improvements, furnitui,"\ .- etc Make .sure you pay ii.portan bills, Making collections will. be relatively'easy. , TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20 You are full of vim and vigo now and can do much to deligh those you like and admire;. Social life can bring, fine new per sonalities into your life. Either small or large gatherings are especially good. . - . . ; GEMINI (May 2L to June 21; Stop wasting; time, and carr through with sales, purchases private aims, etc. that are im portant to you. Confer .with ex perls in their respective fields Then you get all problematica affairs handed very wisely. . MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to; Juy 21) Try not to be so independent and give.an ear to what; dynamic .and. good friends have to suggest for your .better merit, ways io advance.' Invite others in for cocktails, etc. Repay kindnesses shown you heretofore, LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Find the finest; system for advanc- nient at this time and: be sure to contact bigwigs who wll please them. Be more interested I help .you with ambitious aims r . . V _ PAnrlifintiM oK/itinri «*MI «ae* MT* in their aims, ideas. Increase credit through civic channels. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Study new interests today that can set your aims very much higher, help you to grow and make you a more fascinating personality. Listen to whal sages have to say. Understand their deep meanings. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Trust your intuition if you want to increase harmony with those who mean a great deal to you. Talk over ideas and plans with yOur mate. Come to that true understanding that is more precious than gold. LIBRA (Sept, 23 to Oct. 22) Conferring wiSi dynariiic partners who have excellent ideas brings about wonderful results in joint endeavors. You are also able to make fine impression on contacts in business world. Dress charmingly. Sunday business is often very important to public in general. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) A new attitude toward labors ahead of you makes them more ' pleasant and you make a fine impression on co-workers, during the week. Live the Golden Rule — be an Inspiration to others. They follow your example. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Being sure to get out to services first will then make the rest of the day very pleasant and enjoyable with congen- ials. Be tile one to make others more cheerful, happy. Show that you are truly devoted. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) If you are devoted to kin and think of their comfort, you find that more harmonious relations are established. Buy gifts that are practical and will be appreciated. Make this a very happy day. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) You are thinking very clearly and have wonderful ideas for increasing prosperity and happiness in all spheres of your endeavor. Get out and call on individuals who can later give backing. Be diplomatic. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) By elevating your consciousness to greater things, you can now plan how to increase abundance to a goodly extent. Be sure to talk with those who know their business about improving property. Be explicit. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY he or she will be one of those fascinating children whose mind is trigger-fast and very logical, but whose physical nature has to be built up early to keep up with the great energy here. Make sure you plan the diet carefully and provide opportunity for sports, and all will be fine. The field of me-r chandising is ideal, whether male or female, and much success should come along such lines. MONDAY . GENERAL TENDENCIES: Changes and new arrangements that have to do with practical matters can now be in operation and you would be wise to use this opportunity to think out sales or purchases projects and then set them in motion so feat you uo take full advant- around you ease up so that you know just how to handle situations. Be diplomatic VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. Step out of that comfortable routine and find the right channels, individuals, systems who can make your life far more pleasant and profitable. Study your paper wisely. Other sources also. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct.. 22) Begin the week properly by paying off pressing debts and collecting monies owed to you, thus acquiring a better credit rating. Make better connections, too. Evening is ideal for romance. •> SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Npv. 2V Showing associates that you are most enthusiastic about new contract, job you are mutualy Interested in, bring about real success. You agree perfectly if you work hard, also. Retire early in P.M. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Jump into work ahead of you this Monday in such i way that others are greatly im pressed and you get just the results you desire. Show allies that you have true ability. Then you get along just fine. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) You can generate much energy now and can entertain your friends in a most charming way. You have a wonderful sense of humor. Whatever is of a creative nature can also be expressed. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Whatever is vital to you can ie handled in a most efficient and charming way, so work lard. Get property in better order. The many duties that.have been hard to handle before now are done quite easily. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) loncentrate upon how . to get regular routines — operating more efficiently and you get along very much better. Others around you will appreciate you more. You can convince them ,o give you support you desire. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY .... he, or she, wUl.be one of Siose fascinating persons who will have great talent where matters of real estate, property the like are . Slant the education along such lines for greater success. Some study of psychology is also very fine. Spiritual education early in life insures ideal, conduct d u r ing adulthood. Give benefit of right sports, also. Be kind. TO: EVA MAY COCKERHAM SUMMERS, MOTHER TO: LEWIS .EDWARD SUMMERS, FATHER OF: PATRICIA ANN SUMMERS, A MINOR NOTICE OF GUARDIANSHIP PROCEDURE Take notice that on the 30th day of. June, 1966, a petition was filed by the Child Welfare Division of the Arkansas State Welfare Department in. the Probate Court of Mississippi County, Arkansas, to have a certain child named Patricia Ann Summers declared a • dependent child and to take from you the custody and guardianship of said child and to appoint further wou luitabl* person u ill, I W/45QN NtWb I • { •••••••••••••••••«••• MM. W. A. BOOAN, Jr. • &••••••••*••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••! Mr*. B* Nelson wu hottws to Mr bridg* club last W*dm*. day afternoon in the Merrill Room of Wilson .Cafe., Special guests were Mrs: Bill Tucker and'Mrs. June Chiles. •• Preceding games lemon let box pie and coffee were served Later in the afternoon candies and nuts were served, v In games Mrg.vO. W; Speck was hlgh^ref; Mrs. £• D BeaU second high ,and Mrs tucker, was bridgo winner. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cullom entertained their bridge club Friday night at their Irani* with all members present. During ganies a dessert course was served. ~ High winners at bridge were Mrs. A. a Williams and J. C Perry. Miss Lois,Kincaid returned to her home in Richmond, Mo. Sunday -after spending the las month in the home of Inez and Bruce Kincaid, and her grandmother, Mrs. C. W v Kincaid. Week-end guests of Mr. am Mrs. Jerry Hays were Mr. am Mrs.; Dea Holcomb and son, Randy, arid Mr; : and Mrs-, Ray Murphy, all of Memphis. The Woman's Society bf Christian Service of tl^e Wilson Methodist Church met Monday night, June 26, at,the church with* 18 members present. Mrs. R. E. Westbrook, president, opened the meeting with a prayer, and presided at the business meeting. Mrs. W. A. Hogan had charge of the program and was assisted by those attending the meeting. Refreshments of cake and coffee were, served by the hostesses, Mrs. Charles Ford and Mrs. Garland Shull. James Nash of Huntington, Terin., spent the July 4 holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Nash. He had as his louse guest his fiancee, Miss Olivia Cook of Leland, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Wilson ol Cainville, 111.-, visited Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Wheeler Sunday night. iThe Wilsons are'former Wilson residents. Jeanne and Mapra Alexander entertained with a party at their lome-Friday night. : Approximately 25 young people gathered for an evening of dancing and fun. Refreshments of sandwiches, pdtato chips and soft drinks were served. 'Guests over the July 4 holidays in the home of Mr. and Wrs. Charles Leftwich were his brother, Gene Leftw ich, his niece, Mrs. Imogene Stewart and her daughter, S h i r 1 e y, of Greenville, Miss. Gail Leftwich returned home with them for a visit. They were joined for the weekend by the Leftwich's daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bo Travis and children of Jonesboro. Weekend guest of Mr. and tlrs. Russie Perry were Mrs. 'erry's sister, Mrs. W. G. Tracy of Munford, Tenn., and her daughter, Mrs. C. D. Corbitt of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Broughton Lovett spent the July 4 holidays in Jackson, Miss., with Mr. Lovett's brother, Quarry Lovett and amily. While there, they at- ended a family reunion. Mrs. Ray Merritt returned lome Sunday after, a two - week stay in the Baptist Hospital in Memphis. Mrs. Clarice Hayries and daughter, Donna Gail, of New Orleans, spent last Wednesday and Thursday with her sister, ilrs. Charles Ford and family. )onna Gail remained for ew days' visit. Mrs. Nancy Koch and Mrs. 'auline Yates spent last Sunday ith Bob Yates and Miss Ella Mae Thompson in Jonesboro. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cummings nd Mrs. Phillip Cummings of jttle Rock spent last week in acksonville and Merritt Island, 'la. They visited with Mrs. Cummings' brother,. Jerry Burns md family at Merritt Island. Guests in the home of Mr. rid. Mrs. W .A. Hogan Tuesday nd Wednesday were her moth- r, Mrs. L. B. Davis, and her ister, Mrs. Vernon Lyle and Mr: Lyle, all of Fulton, Miss. 1m Hogan returned home with hem for a visit with his grandmother and other relatives. guardian with power to consent to surgery. , Now unless, you appear within twenty days after, the date, of this .notice ?.nd, show cause against such .application, the petition shall be taken as confessed and the decree granted. Dated June 30,19M Probate Clerk: Elizabeth Blythe Parker, Mississippi County, ArkUM*. 7*9 Miss Syble Bleidoe of Vanndale spent last, week with her cousin, Mrs. Ralph Thompson. They were joined for the weekend by i Mrs. .Thompson's mother/Mrs. Gladys Grafton, also of Vanndale. Mr. and .Mrs. Harvard Furman, Mary Jane, Bob and Barbara recently returned from Lexington- Va., where they attended the graduation exercises at Virginia Military Institute. Their son, Harvard Jr., was a member of the graduating' class. They also visited friends In Elkton, Md. Barbara remained in Elkton for an extended visit. Bob has returned to Oglethorpe University in Atlanta for the summer term. Chuck Bilbe of Auburn, Ala., is spending ibis week with Tommy Medlin, C. A. Bilbe of Auburn, Ala., was a Wilson visitor over the July 4 holidays. Mrs. Keith Johnson of Atlanta is spending this week with he parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hudsor Wren. Mr. .and Mrs. Russell Nash James.Nash and Olivia Cook spent Sunday in Dexter, Mo. with Mr. Nash's parents, Mr and Mrs. John Nash. They were joined there by Mr. Nash's brother, Marvin Nash and Mrs Nash of St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Bowie o Marks, Miss., spent the. week end with her aunts and their husbands, Mrs. Walter! Keltner and Mr. Keltner, and Mrs. Russell Nash and Mr. Nash. MANILA •iiiiniiliniiuH^ W. M. DAVIDSON fflniiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiniiHiiiiiininiiiiiiiiiH Jbfdr Don't Try Fire! „/ Van B, 'uren a (McNiufhl Sjndlcat* Inc.) lllll!ll!llll]lllll[IB!l!]lilllMIIIIII!hlllill[lllllll«^ $1 to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal., 90069, for Abby's booklet, "How to Write Letters for All Occasions." DEAR ABBY: My mother is a very attractive widow, 62 years old.but she looks much younger. She met a 60-year-old 'bachelor, and they hit it off like a couple of teen-agers. He's a real sport and a big spender. He has told all their mutual friends she's the best thing that's happened to him in years, he adores her, blah, blah, blah. They have vacationed together, he took her to the Derby, and now he's talking about a trip to Europe. Abby, mom is going out of her mind waiting for this man to ask her to marry him. They seem so perfect for each other. She doesn't even look at anyone else, and as far as she knows, he doesn't either. What on earth is he waiting for? It's been nearly two years now. How can mom build a fire under' this man? She'll do anything. HER DAUGHTER DEAR DAUGHTER: Tell your .mom not to build any fires under her reluctant Lothario or she's likely to see the romance go up in smoke. He sounds like the kind of sport who would rather rent than buy. DEAR ABBY: What do you think .of a 22-year-old college girl who has to be continually coaxed and begged to help her mother now and then with an evening meal, to clear off the table, help with the dishes, make her own bed, hang up her clothes, or do her own ironing? When she was away at college, she lived at the ddrm and shipped her laundry home for her mother to do and ship back. During the summer she is not punching a time clock as so many girls do to help pay for her college expenses. Instead she is out having a good time and sleeping late. Ever since she was a young girl she has expected me to be her slave. Why? HER MOTHER DEAR MOTHER: Because somewhere along the line she was given the impression that she could get away with it. And apparently she was right. DEAR ABBY: A very attractive fortyish woman is posing quite a problem among the husbands at our country club. She dances the first dance with her husband, and then he goes into the bar where he spends the remainder of the evening, and she goes around asking the other husbands to dance with her. This leaves our wives sitting and seething. How does a man handle this situation without being rude to the woman or to his wife? NO GIGALO DEAR NO: It isn't necessary to be rude to either. Tell the lone woman that you are "sitting it out" with your frau, but you'd be glad to wa tz her over to her husband. CONFIDENTIAL TO LORETTA IN KNOXVILLE: If you want a miserable life, marry a good-looking man you can't trust who's on "call" six nights a week. Problems? Write to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal, 90069. F6r a personal reply, enclose a stamped, self • addressed envelope. New liberty Notes & News Mr. and Mrs. H. -B. Steven sbn returned home Monday from Elridge, Tenn.. after spending the weekend with Mr and Mrs. Sigmon Hurt. John Banks of Chicago is guest of his mother, Mrs. R. E Banks, and his sister Ruth. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Williams of Trenton, Tenn., were guest Saturday of Mrs. J. C. Williams Mrs. Williams accompanied Mr and Mrs. Williams home for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Joel B. Epper son left Saturday for their horn in Albuquerque, N. M., afte visiting Mr. Epperson's mother Mrs. Edith Epperson, and othe relatives. Mr. and Mrs. William Brit of Blytheville and Mrs. Bur Ross have returned home after spending the weekend with Mrs Ross's daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Mahan and family in Sledge. Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Ira N. Koonce and Mrs. Dean Leasure a n c daughter Jane, mother and sister of Mrs. Koonce of Little Rock, spent the weekend in Norfork. Mrs. Koonce and daughter Laura accompanied them to Little Rock for a week's visit. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Widner spent the weekend with her larents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam JIass of Pine Bluff. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lloyd of lalumet, sister of Mrs. Widner, joined them in Pine Bluff. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Eubanks lad as their guests over t h e icliday. Mrs. Emma Eubanks, Urs. Jewel Strpud, Mr. and Urs. A. B. Dixon, all of Mem- ihis. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Eulanks of Jonesboro and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eubanks of Springfield, Mo. Edward Marshall of. Denton, Ho., was a guest Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Stevenson, fis wife, Mrs. Edward Marshal s a patient in Doctors' Hospital. Mrs. P. E. Eubanks attended family reunion with her son and daughter-in-law's, Mr. and ifrs. Clayton Eubanks in West 1'ein.phis. Bit* to writ* Utters? Send NOTICE Blytheville School District No. 5 Board of Education hereby asks for sealed bid proposals to purchase the following property: A tract of land situated in the W& of NE% of Section 28, Township 16 North, Range 12 East, described as follows: Starting at the northeast corner of said Section, and run thence due South 1445.3 feet; thence West 1727.9 feet to a point on the north boundary of a graded road which is hereby taken as point of beginning; thence North 79 degrees 5?' West c. distance of 227 feet; thence South 10 degrees West 210 feet; thence South 79 degrees 55' East 227 feet; thence North 10 degrees East 210 feet to point of beginning, containing 1.09 acres, more or less, on which the No. 9 school building and teacher- age are located. Bids may be submitted in either of three .vays for all or part of the property: 1. For one building alone with • provision Mr. and Mrs. Orville McCormick and son Jiriimy of Waterford. Mich., spent last week with his sisters, Misses Clola and Ruth McCormick, and Mrs. Blanch Shaffner and other relatives. Wednesday the group attended a picnic in Grand twoer, III., which was a reunion o cousins and friends. Mr. Larry Isaacs of Meniphi spent the weekend w i t h hi mother, Mrs. Ruth Isaacs, am' Publication Presents Retailing Award Building Materials Merchari diser, a trade publication- has named West Cash and Carr Building Matrials "Retail Lead er of America—1966." West, which has an outlel here, is in 42 southern marke areas. it was cited by the Merchan diser as outstanding among multi - branch, mass - mer chandising dealers. IN THE PROBATE COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA D'E TRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUN TY, ARKANSAS. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF WILLIAM LEON ARD SMITH and GRACE B SMITH, DECEASED. No. 4394 NOTICE Last known address of deced ents: East Highway 18, Blytheville, Arkansas. Date of death: November 8 1964 and June 26, 1966 An instrument dated May 8th 1958, was on the 6th day of July 1966, admitted to probate as the joint last will of the above named decedents, and the un dersigned has been appointet executor thereunder. A contes of the probate of the will can be effected only by filing a pe tition within the time provided by law. All persons having claims against .the estate must exhibi them, duly verified, to the un dersigned within six month from the date of the first pub lication of this notice, or the' shall be forever barred and pre eluded from any.benefit in th estate. This notice first published 9th day of July, 1966. Herbert Auldron Smith, Executor c/o Max B. Harrison Harrison Building 217 Walnut Street Blytheville, Arkansas MAX B. HARRISON Attorney for the Estate 217 Walnut Street ' Blytheville' Arkansas 7-9, 16 NOTICE The Democratic Central Committee for Mississippi County, Arkansas, will meet at 10:00 o'clock a.m. in the Circuit Court room of the County Courthouse 31ytheville, Arkansas, on Monday, the llth day of July, 1966, pursuant to statutory call of iaid committee and its respec- ive members by the secretary of said committee. The purpose of the meeting s the selection of Judges and llerks by the committee to hold he Democratic Primary elec- ions on July 26, 1966, and Au- ;ust 9, 1966. Henry.J. Swift, Secretary Mississippi County Democratic Central Committee • 7-9 WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chick- sawba District, Mississippi lounty, Arkansas, forma Joyce Firiley, Plaintiff, vs. No. 16847 erald Wayne Finley, Defendant. The defendant. Gerald Wayne 'inley, is hereby warned to ppear within thirty days in the ourt named in the caption here- f and answer the complaint f the plaintiff, Norma Joyce inley. Dated this 7th Jay of July, 966 at 11:45 o'clock A.M. GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By Betty Coats, D. C. Oscar Fendler, Attorney W. Steinsiek, Atty Ad Litem 7-9, 16, 23- 30 it that it be removed from ie property by some agreed on ate; 2. For land alone; 3. Or or both building without land; . For both buildings and land. All bids are due in the Super- ntendent's Office, 614 Chicka- awba, on or before the llth day f July, 1966. The Board of Education re- erves the right to reject any nd all bids. For further information con- act J. K. Williams, Superintendent of Schools. 7-2, ( his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Oavid. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Johns- ion and son of Luxora spent the holiday with his mother, Mrs. Rice A. Johnston, and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hill and family.. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dean Pierce and children of Farmirigton have been visiting their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Pierce, and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ballard. They came especially to be with Mr. Ballard who has been a patient at Shaneyfelt Hos pital. Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Cassidy and sons, Mike and Bob, of Pasarobles, Calif., Jake Cassidy of Minneapolis, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. John Frank Cassidy and family of Shebaygan, Wis., visited Misses Clola and Ruth McCormick during the weekend. They came especially to attend the Cassidy family reunion at Paymeway. Monday night, Mr. and Mrs. George Adams had as their guests his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Wode Adams of Belgo- ni, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford DeKotk and daughter, Elzina of Elkhart, Ind., spent Sunday night and Monday with Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Davidson. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Adanis and sons of Belzoni- Miss., were weekend guests of her parents, Mr; and Mrs. E. L.- Parks and other relatives. Dr. arid Mrs. Monty Milligan and children of Little ROck visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Milligan, and other relatives during the weekend. The Button family held their annual reunion picnic at the Fariiily Home place Monday. At tending were Dr. and Mrs. Monty Milligan and children of Little Rock; WoodrOw Button of New York City; Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Ray Brock of Memphis; Dr. and Mrs. H. D. Alston and family of Jonesboro. Mr. and Mrs, Milton Towles and family: Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Towles, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Alston, Mrs. Arline Robinson, Mr and Mrs. W. A. Thieme and son Jimmy, Mr; and Mrs. Vaughn L. Shownesand children, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Milligan and Randy Wall all of Manila. Mr. arid Mrs. Jack Brooks and son Randy of Memphis spent he weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fleunau and Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Hamp,on. Mrs. David Garner spent the weekend with her husband, Spec-5 David Garner at Fort jeonardwood, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Smith of Pensacola, Fla., visited his jrandparerits, Mr.'and Mrs. Al- 3ert Scott. Sunday afternoon., First Lt. and Mrs. William 3avis Jr., and children of Frank ort, Germany, arrived Wednesday night for a month's visit with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Davis Sr.. of Searcy and Mr. Crockett Wright. Mrs. Madge Brown, Mrs. Ger- ild Wallace. Mrs. Bert Williams and Mrs. Joe Button were din- ier guests last Wednesday of heir aunt, Mrs. W. P. Jones In {enton, Tenn. Mrs. Louise Hayt spent a few lays this week as a guest of Urs. Madge Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Garrett and hildren of Osceola were guests Sunday of her parents, Mr. and /Irs. E. E. Hart. Mr and Mrs Bob Bartholomew and children of St Louis, Mo., are guests this week of ler parents, Mr. .nd Mrs. Ed rfcMasters, and other relatives. The annual family reunion diner at the house of Mr. and Jrs. Doyle White was held Jonday July 4. The affair was ot-luck and the 37 that attend- d were: Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hardin nd family. Mr. and Mrs. Boby Nowlin and family of Blythe- ille, Mr. and Irs. Arthur Smith and son- Butch, ot Fort Worth, Tex., Mr. and Mrs. WH- am Edwards, and daughter Carole of Dexter, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. William Hedspeth a n d aughter Holly of Parma. Mo., Mr. and Mrs Tyrone Berry oif onesboro, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Villiams arid family of St. Louis Mr. and Mrs. Win Wilams of Brighton, Mich., Bar- and Scotty Fleuriau of Lubock, Tex., Mr. and Mrs. 'L. B. and family, Mr. and Mrs. iarrnon Goodson and Miss Judy- Alexander, all Of Manila; Mrs. John Williams arid Mr. nd Mrs. Algie Kinchin and amily of Plymouth. Mich., are pending tw» wetks with Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Walker., and family., . . •«••'; ; Mrs. F. M. Sweet left Sunday night for Baton Rouge, La.} for a visit with her son and dauifi- ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. f&njt Sweet Jr.. and family before returning to her home in Boulder City, Nev. ?;-;; Mr. arid Mrs. Stephen Johns and children of Blytheville, were breakfast guests of her mother, Mrs. Ida Horrier, Tuesday morning. They were enroute to Noiy fork for a vacation. u " Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Critte*. den arid family attended a farii- ily reunion in Piggott, Ark^ Monday July.4. •. .:;•• ;.',7.';. ROXY THEATRE BLYTHEVILLE OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK Admission 25c and 50c Continuous Showing SAT. and SUN. Double Feature "WESTBOUND" Randolph Scott . PLUS "McHALE'S NAVY" Ernest Borgnine Sat. Mid-Nite Show "TEENAGE DOLL" Best looking jirls from East to West. 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