The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 4, 1966 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 4, 1966
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Blythcvine (Ark.) Courier News - Thursday, August 1,1«M- t mmmmmmmmmmm a. ar Get Smart, Treat Him Van & ivn <*cN«a»Iit DEAR ABBY: I know that according to the book of eti- quet the man is supposed to treat the girl to dinners, movies and in fact — everything. I say these rules were made before women went to work and earned money. Now that rules should be changed. Why should a working woman bank her whole paycheck while the man pays for everything? I once said to a girl who earned more than I did, "I have treated you quite a bit, when are you going to take ME out to dinner?" And her answer as, "You must be nuts or something." What do you think? ON THE LEVEL DEAR ON: I think you have a point. A working woman should occasionally "treat" a man who has entertained her. She could suggest a picnic and provide the goodiet. Or surprise mm with tickets to some special entertainment. Or invite him to dinner. Or knit him a sweater. And the wise ones do. DEAR ABBY: My parents were divorced when I was 5, and I lived with my mother until I was married last year. I hadn't seen my father in 12 years, but I found out where he was living two months ago, so I called him and invited him and his wife to visit us. They stayed the week-end. Now they call almost every week and ask if they can come up. (We live in Long Beach and they live in San Diego.) We have a one - bedroom apartment, so my husband and I give them our bedroom and we sleep on the living room sofa. I put the cushions on the floor for my husband and I, sleep on the frame of the sofa. My husband doesn't like this arrangement, but I'd feel just awful asking my dad and stepmother to sleep that way. Is my husband fair in asking that dad's visits be cut down? We have a lot of catching up to do. "CATCHING UP" DEAR "CATCHING:" You had better reshuffle your values. Your husband's comfort is more important than the comfort of a father who disappeared for t h e twelve most important years of your life, and a stepmother whom you owe nothing. If yon want to "catch up," let them rent a motel for their visits, and you and your husband sleep in your bedroom where you belong. DEAR ABBY: The daughter of some friends of ours is having a church wedding. My sister attends the church where the wedding is to be held and she said the minister issued a blanket invitation from the pulpit "to all who cared to attend." Since I do not attend this church I don't feel that this is a proper invitation. My sister said the bride's family are too busy to call people and this is the way they are inviting folks. I just don't think I'd feel comfortable attending a wedding under those circumstances even though we have known the family for years. What do you think? "???"INLAWSON, MO. DEAR "??:" If you want to attend and this is the only kind of invitation they are issuing, go. You'll be as welcome as every other guest. CONFIDENTIAL TO BILL WHO LIKES A 7EW: Stay off the sauce. It's difficult to stay single when you're Astrological * Forecast * CARROLL KJGHTE.H ffo determine Tour lurecai ph opposite dates, Tour blrtto date paragraph opposite dates, which <nclud. -'FRIDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: You have a whole new fresh start to be and to have success now and it is urged that you accept a chance now present to take your most special talents to others and let them see that you are willing to do whatever is needed in order to increase their scope and to so place yourself to the fore that success follows. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) You can plan for the future more wisely now and gain added prestige, more success, find new outlets that are lucrative. Show cooperation to alies, gratitude. Then they further your ambitions. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Your intuitive i a c u t i e s are working very well today and you can ameliorate conditions around you appreciably. Initiate a better modus operands. Be more co-operative instead of insisting that others do as you wish solely. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Doing some favor for friends will assist them to get started on some project that may have HcNautnt Srnaiote. Inc. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22 Associates are in a mood ti give you just about anything yoi want, provided you state aim specifically and give support t theirs. Working in unison i your best bet. Don't try to tab on too heavy a load yourself. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21 You are able to accomplish i great deal with that Martiai quality you possess, if you jus put it to its best use. Forge recreation for the time being Keep busy at the practical sid of your life, get all in order. SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22 t Dec. 21) You can be very ingen ious now and should put asid the dull duties and have a won derful time doing what you truly like to do. Plan to be with Keinf double. Problems? Write to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal. 90069. For a personal reply, enclose a stamped, self - addressed envelope. Hate to write letters? Send $1 to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal. 90069, for Abby's booklet, "H o w to Write Letters for All Occasions." Library Memorials In memory of Benjamin A. Bugg — America the Beautiful n the Words of Henry David Thoreau, Mr., Mrs. W. J. Polard. In memory of James M. lathy — Stability and Change n Human Characteristics, Mrs. Mary C. Crawford. Miss Florence Moore, Mrs. George Wiggs and Mrs. Ray Clouse. In memory of James Walter Coggin - The Washington Wits, Bill Stovall and family. In memory of Mrs. Lillie M. rant — The World and Its People: Paraguay, Argentina, Edith Nabers, Grace D e a s o n and Pauline Brown. In memory of Miss Beatrice Hargett — The Best of Friends and The King Who Was Too Susy, Flat Lake Home Demonstration Club. In memory of J. E. Jones — Parables. Blytheville Woman's Club. In memory of J. E. Jones — Generation, Mr., Mrs. Mike Yates. In memory of Mrs. Roy Mann — Good Housekeeping Book of Today's Etiquette, Mr., Mrs. F. E. Black. In memory of Fred L. Patterson — American Heritage, Mrs. B. Jarratt and Mrs. Edith Spperson. In memory of Fred L. Paterson — A study of American Indian mythology, Mr., Mrs. Mike Yates. In memory of Fred L. Patterson — Nine Plays, Mr,, Mrs. R. G. Edwards SAVE MONEY PAIN RELIEF Don'tov«tp«yl No other tablet In government-sponsored test of 5 leading pain relievers gave stronger or faster pain relief—than St. Joseph Aspirin. Gentle as buffering, cost» less than half as much BI leading "combination of Ingredients" products. Contains no added drugs or Ingredients you may not need! ST.JOSEPH ASPIRIN mainut!»£»i_ In memory of Fred L. Patterson — Paul: A Man Who Changed ihe World. Mr:, Mrs. Mclvin Halsell. In memory of Baker L. Wilson - Robert E. Lee: The Man and Soldier, Mr., Mrs. W. J. Pollard. WARNING ORDER No. 16887 The defendant, Opal Cochran, is hereby warned to appear in this court within 30 .days and answer the Complaint of the plaintiff, John W. Cochran, and upon her failure to do so said Complaint will be taken as confessed. WITNESS my hand as Clerk of" the Chancery Court for tha Chtckasawba District of Missl*-' sippl County, Arkansas, and (h« Seal of said court this 2nd day of August, 1966. • • GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By Donna DiCicco, D.C. 8-4, 11, 18, 28 SPECIAL „, LARGE DIAMONDS CHOOSE THE SIZE YOU PREFER '/2 CARAT,... ..... $179 3/4 CARAT ......... $279 I FULL CARAT ..... $399 1 1/2 CARATS ....... $899 2 CARATS ........ $1499 3 WAYS TO BUY • CASH • CHARGE • LAYAWAY charming people amusements, etc. at sports, Be dynamic. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) You are cognizant of the desires of own kin and can do much for them as well as get their aid for your ambitions. Find new outlet that will give you a more secure position for the days ahead. Be ambitious. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Thinking along financial lines is fine since this will help you to formulate plans with seemed difficult in the pastjright persons for your greater Being more social - minded can make your life far more success ful. Dress in fine style. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Your ideas are very clever and others give support you need but you must be gracious in accepting it, also Sieir suggestions. Show that you have fine principles. Then you get excellent results. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Doing those things that make associates respect you more is wise, but be gracious to get best results. Your romantic lean ings can meet with excellent results, also. Be highly ethical, however. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Plan to do whatever will truly please an ally of long standing and get together on all ideas and make right decisions. Your mind is filled with new plans. Analyn Mofa wall ud carry m. success. Find data you need. Keep your appointments of a professional nature. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) You are now able to get. your life operating on a more successful basis and increase your bank balance, if you get to work early, are practical. Get bookkeeping records more precise. Use talents wiselj'. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY he, or she, will be full of imagination and will be able to find new and better ways of doing old things, but the emotions bere are quickly aroused, so be sure to give enough spiritual training early or there is trouble later. Cut the apronstrings eary so that your progeny becomes self-sufficient and can express self during day and then be happy to be at home and wilh kin at night. lenneiff ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY ** S \. LAST 2 DAYS! 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