The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 23, 1967 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, December 23, 1967
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(Ark.) Oonrtor Ifew* — Saturday, December 2S, 19«7- Page 8«r« Abigail Van Bwen—•— How to Handle Friendly Visitor DEAR ABBY: How does a | girl entertain a visiting male from out of town without getting stuck with the check? We live in San Francisco, which seems to be the crossroads of the world, and someone is always calling me to say "tello" from a friend, and feel that 1 am expected to entertain him in some way. I never know if he can afford to take me out, and if so, wt'.ere he can afford to take me. An out-of-town visitor usually likes to see the sights, and it's up to the "native" to suggest places to go, but I hate to suggest a place that may be too expensive for him. And since I'm showing him around, there's always the chance that he thinks I am treating HIM, and ,1 don't want to get stuck with the IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOB THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. JOSEPH HARVELL, Plaintiff, vs. No. 17460 ELNORA ALLEN HARVELL, Defendant. WARNING ORDER The Defendant, Elnora Allen Harvell, is hereby warned to appear within thirty (30) days in the above named Court to answer a Complaint filed against her by Joseph Harvell and is hereby warned that upon her failure to so appear and defend that said Complaint may be taken as confessed as by law provided. WITNESS the hand and seal of the Clerk of the above mentioned Court this the 14th day of December, 1967. GERALDINE LISTON, cierk By Betty Coats Gardner & Stensiek •. Attorneys for Plaintiff Leon Burror Attorney Ad Litem 12-16, 23, 30, 1-6 check. How does one get around this? I can't keep driving around the city. SAN FRANCISCAN DEAR SAN FRANCIS. CAN: You could save yourself a lot of speculating by simply asking the visitor exactly what he had in mind. It he indicates that he would like to sample one of the better restaurants, recommend one, and 1 e t him be the host. It he says he just wants to "see the sights," show him Chinatown, Alcatraz, and the Golden Gate Bridge. But cat first! DEAR ABBY: I would like your opinion on something that I e«fi*Mi!' t« W very poor taste and laqk of judge- ment. Why do they play our National Anthem at a meal where 90 percent of the people are in their seventies and eighties? Most of them have had to be brought there in wheelchairs, and the others could hardly make it with their walkers, canes and crutches, yet when they .played The Star Spangles Banner many of them struggled to get on their feet to show respect. ALMOST EIGHTY DEAR ALMOST: Unless there is a reason for playing our National Anthem at such a gathering, another patriotic song, which does not require the listeners to stand, should be substituted. DEAR ABBY: I recently found a big box of old postcards and envelopes that already had the stamps on them. Can 1 cut the stamps off and use them for postage on other things, such as packages? I don't see why I can't, as the stamps are unused and good as new. Please answer in your column as my husband opens all the mail If he gets it first, and I don't want him to know how dumb I am. "44-YEAR-OLD DUMMY" RENT An Instamatie Flash Camera At • BARNEY'S • HIWAY • OWENS • MALL DRUGS Complete Supply of Film & Flash Bulbs SPECIAL! rr\rr Roll « f Kodak Color rKtt or B&w Filin with each roll of film developed Barney's Drug Store Hiway Drug Store Owens Drug Store Mall Drug Store Doorways wear garlands of welcome... candles beckon with a hearty glow. The season of good cheer arrives, in all its friendly warmth. May the joys of Christmas be yours! MISSCO IMPLEMENT DEAR "«!" F!r«t, I think your question is 8 good one and I do not consider you a "dummy." Postal regulations prohibit using stamps cut from postcards, envelopes, and aero- grams. CONFIDENTIAL TO ABE I'm with you. I've always been just a little wary of people who treat dogs like people and people like dogs. Troubled? Write to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal., 90069. For a personal reply, enclose a stamped, self - addressed envelope. I'Thot'i No Doll, WARNING ORDER asawba District, Mississippi Co- That's My Daughter' unty, Arkansas. Terry W. Metcalf, Plaintiff, Christmas shipping. "I did pay for it," she Insisted, holding up » paper bag for OGDEN, Utah (AP) —|him to inspect. arm," the detective replied. The doll was 5-month-o!d Monica Hunt, snuggled under her mother's arm in a pink jumper vs. No. 174491"Would you like to pay for that Stella B. Metcalf, Defendant, jilem?" the department store The defendant, Stella B. Met-[detective asked Mrs. Richard calf, is hereby warned to appear Illunt of Ogden as she was within thirty days in the court! • named in the caption hereof! KITKUI, KIDNEYS and answer the complaint of the j plaintiff, Terry W. Metcalf. JSLOW YOU DOWN? Dated this 21st day of Decem-l IM TIIQ^ •> her, 19G7 at 11:20 o'clock a.m. ; ' "' GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By Betiy Coat, D. C. Elbert S. Johnson, Attorney James M. Gardner, Ally Ad Litem Inrrrase rrunlarity o» yrMir IRr b.irh GdlhiK up niirlits. ai'lips and pains may show functional kidnry rtisnrd- ors. Take only 3 gpnllp HIJKF.TS tabs a clay tn help nature KKllU- LATE PASSAGE. TODAY at Kirby 12-23, 30, 1-6, 13 i Dr " s Co - 12-7, 14, 23 "I mean the doll under your!suit, sound asleep. EVERYBODY BRINGS THE TOUGH MACHINE JOBS TO BARKSDALE 325 South Broadway Manufacturing and Machine Works PO 2-2911 SO. DIVISION TO OUR MANY GOOD FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS Time to shovel the walk and enjoy the crisp, cold air of winter... time to think about those we know and like .and those we've enjoyed serving in the past. We are grateful for your patronage, and as the Christmas season approaches, we want to extend to you and yourj the very best of holidays, in every way. First National Bank - DOWNTOWN - NORTHSIDE BRANCH - B.A.F.B. BRANCH

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