The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 25, 1966 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 25, 1966
Page 3
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Blythevffle (Ait.1 Courier NewH-Thundiy, August», INI- MANILA NEWS 'MAS. W. M. DAVIDSON Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Smith and family of Plant City, Fla., have moved to Manila to make their them, home. Mrs. Smith is the former, Miss Marie Crouse of Manila. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Vance and children of St. Charles, Mo., ipent the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Vance and Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Scott. Misses Thelma Louise Ashabranner and Jeaneice Matthews, accompanied their grandfather, Ed Ashabranner, to his home in Pontiac, Mich., for a few days visit with him and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Vastbinder of Leland, Miss., visited her mother, Mrs. E. T. Odom, Thursday and Friday. Mr. and Mrs. J, P. Adkins spent the weekend in Hot Springs. nder, who bad been a guest of Kelleys, returned home with The annual Waddell family reunion was held Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Waddell in Imboden. Attending from Manila were, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Waddell and family, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Mobley and son Eddie, Mra Pleasant Mobley, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Scott and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Scott, and their house guests, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Vance and children of St Charles, Mo. Mrs. W. E. Lawhorn returned Saturday from Catron, Mo. where she had visited her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. anc Mrs. Ranee Perkins, and children, who accompanied her borne. Mrs. Mackie Joe Ashabranner of Lutz, Fla., visited Saturday with his mother, Mrs. Victoria Ashabranner, and his aunt, Mrs Myrtle Brown, and son. Mr. and Mrs. Elvis Baker and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ton Baker of Temple, Ariz., Mr. anc Mrs. James Davis, and Mr. ani Mrs. Hughie Davis of Rogers Ark., Mrs. Betty McRath, am Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Ogden o Grubbs, Ark., were guests Mr. and Mrs. Epter Davis this week. Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Hoog wood and son spent the week end in BatesviUe as guests o his brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Bill Quails. Mrs. J. B. Deaton spent th> weekend in Newport visiting Mr and Mrs. Henry O'Barts. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Mile were weekend guests of Mr. an Mrs. Charity Fleeman at Hebe Springs. Mrs. Paul Deaton and chil dren visited her parents, Mr and Mrs. Vester Owen, and he sister, Mrs. Dale Bolton, i\ Cardwell. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Kelle •nd family of Henderson, Tenn. were Sunday guests of Mr. an< Mrs. Ike Alexander. Judy Alex The annual Donner family eunion was held at Reynolds ark in Paragoiild Sunday. Those from Manila attending r ere Mr. and Mrs. Leo Donner, Irs. Steven Powell, Mr. and irs. Bud Fowler; and children, [r. and Mrs. Gerald Donner nd children, Mrs. Elvina Bul- nger and son, Michael, and fir. and Mrs. Otto Donner and aughter Linda. Mr. and Mrs. John Rodgers of 'ruman spent Monday with Mr. nd Mrs. Harvey Durham and leir houseguest Mrs. Myrtle Sarricklow of Coloma, Mich. Amos David of Caraway visit- d his aunt, Mrs. Lillie Crain, unday. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Lamb nd children of Oak Ridge, 'enn., spent file weekend with er parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Donner, and attended the Doner family reunion at Paragould unday. Mrs. Ike Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Whitley at Clarksdale, Miss., Tues- lay enroute to Cleveland, Miss., o visit Mr. and Mrs. Newton Alexander. Mrs. Harvey Durham and her ister, Mrs. Myrtle Barricklow of Coloma, Midi., visited their irother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Rodgers, in Trumann. Mr. and Mrs. Pinnell Cape- lart and children of 'Holland vis- NEWS BRIEFS PHILADELPHIA (AP) When Jim Stockton found a los dog he decided to find its owner Reading an inoculation tag on the dog's collar, he called a veterinarian in Los Angeles The vet told Stockton the dog', owner had moved to Bethpage N.Y. When he called there Stockton Was told the owner had moved to Plainyiew, N.Y. He called Plainview but the owner, J. F. Brennan, had moved again. This time Stockton found him — just two blocks from hi; home here. PITTSBURGH (AP) - Alber R. Wilhelmy of Cleveland, Ohio has been elected resident o the Florists' Transworld Deliv cry Association. CINCINNATI, Ohio (AP) Susan Henson, a sophomore a Southeastern State College, Du rant, Okla., has been electee Queen of Alpha Sigma Tau a the sorority's national conven tion. WASHINGTON (AP) - Tfo State Department has con firmed that units of the U.S. 6th Fleet have been granted per mission to make an official visi to Port Said, Egypt. WASHINGTON (AP) - A biU to expand a loan program for American Indiana his been ap proved by the Senate Interio Committee. It now goes to th Senatt. banks of Flint, Mich., Mr. tnd Mrs. Clyde Martin and children of Blytheville; ' .< •••;••, Mrs. Neldean Allen and ton Danny of Dell, Mr- «nd Mrs. J. L. Fleeman and son of Rison, Ark., Mr. and Mrs.' Sharon Fleeman and children of Ironton, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Turnbow, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Gannvill and children, Mr. and Mrs. Van Riggs, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Turnbow, Mrs. Lynn Snow of Leachviile, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Keeney; Mrs. Albert Norris, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Keeney, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Selby, Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Brown and family, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Freeman of Harrisburg, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dudley and son Randy visited last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Tenn. Mabry, in McKenzie, ted her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ..eo Donner, Sunday. Mrs. W. E. Lawhorn received word Sunday that her brother, fir. Eugene Matthews, of Hot Springs is a patient at St. Marys iospital in Rochester, Minn. fir. Matthews is a former Manila resident. Among those from out of town attending the funeral of Mrs. *Jora Fleeman Wednesday were Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Keeney, Mrs. Agnes Keeney, and Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Williams of Jonesboro, Mr. and Mrs. Odell Fleeman and family of St Louis; Mr. and Mrs. Homer Will- TRADE- NOW! Wear the newest Bulova! Get a liberal allowance for your old watch! Don't throw away your old watch. Regardless of age, make or condition, we will give you a Liberal Trade-In Allowance on the newest Bulova. There's no watch like a Bulova. One reason: excellence. For example, every Bulova must pass, up to 3500 separate operations and inspections before it leaves the factory. Bring in your old watch today. Walk out with a proud, new Bulova. Choose from our extensive Bulova Collection of fine watches. IT ONLY TAKES A FEW MINUTES TO OPEN AN ACCOUNT AT DREIFUS were Wednesday night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wagner Mr. and Mrs. Lee 'Baker and :amily spent last week in Pwria 111., visiting relatives. Mr, and Mrs. Odell Holsclaw are visiting their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Hatcher, in Kansas City. Thourpson and daughters of Chi cago are visiting their grand- Mr. and Mrs. John Overstreet and children of Scottsdale, Ariz. were Wednesday night guests of EASY WEEKLY OR MONTHLY TERMS Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hill. Johnny and Karin Adkins spent the weekend in Memphis as guests of their uncle and aunt, .Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Swepston. Mrs. Jack Tice and children returned Thursday after a Early American, with Tweed Covers her mother, Mrs. LIVING ROOM GROUP Oharles Shearer, and other relatives in Homer, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Weser and daughter Jeana of Dumas were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kathy and Karla Adkins spent the weekend in Harrisburg visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George Moody. Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Wagner and sons Donnie and Wayne attended the regional Legion baseball tournament in Memphis Saturday and Sunday. and Mrs. M. H. Walker and son of Aubrey, Texas, spent last week with her parents, Mr. BOSTON ROCKER 32.93 and Mrs. Trigger Wall, and her grandmother, Mrs. Ople Dunkin Mike Wilbanks of Blytheville is visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tipton. TOY RABBITS GIVE NEWS BOMBAY, India (AP) - Toy rabbits that give the news? Doubtful police followed a tip and found smuggled transistors 12 Cubic Ft. GE Refrigerator 189" concealed in toy rabbits on sale in Bombay shops. Flick light up and the news is on. PR1V1LEGE3 AUTrruKIZED At SECOND CLASS MAIL BIythertlle Courier Newi BLYTHEVII.bE AJUL Of • .VOtS Harry W aalnes, Publisher 3rd at Walnut Sti Blythertlle Ark. Published dally except eunda; Second class onstage' paid at Bly eheville Ark HOME DELIVEKY BATES In Blytherllle and town* In airtbeulUe trade termorj BUNK OR TWIN BED SET FOAM RUBBER Full Size Gas Range 109 95 BUNKIES 8V MAIL PAYABLfe ro AOVANUK Within 50 miles ol Blythevule $8.00 per year More than SO miles rrnir tlS.OO per year Maple, 3" 4 A Q | | 7 Stock Complete With Big Double Dresser Octagan Drum Table YOUR $ CHOICE Danish Modern Bed Suite Rocker Rediner $25 Delivers YOUR CHOICE 1 -12' Roll Candy Stripe Carpel- CODDESS IP TIME "«*" 17 lewtls. 14K old case, ock-resistint Yellow or white. $59.95 Sq. Yard - Throw Rugs $1.49 Hollywood Bed 39.95 7 PC. Dinnette PAY AS $j§00 LITTLE AS f— A WEEK Mrs. Carlton Huitt of Chico, Calif, flew to Manila to visit her parents, Mr. Mrs. Clyde Milligan. Weekend guests of Mr. Mrs. George Farmer and' sons were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Campbell and children, Vanzaut of St. Louis, Mrs. Mildred Milton of Memphis, and Alexander visited j Mrs. Sarah Hopper of Kennett. They were in Manila to attend ;he wedding of Nancy Farmer and Ronnie Burns, Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn L. Shownes and children s p e n 1 Tuesday and Wednesday in Newark, Ark., visiting his, parents, .Mr. and Mrs. Shownes. Miss Martha Ann .Rayder, who has been a student at Ole Miss this summer, is visiting her parents, .Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rayder, before assuming her duties as a teacher in the schoo system of High Ridge, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Scott spent several days last week in Baton Rouge, La., visiting their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Scott. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Davidson visited fteir son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Davidson, in Jonesboro Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. ston and son of Luxora were Sunday guests of his mother, Mrs. Flora Johnston, and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hill. Mr. and Mrs. John Overstreet and children of Scottsdale, Ariz. at DREIFUS JEWELERS WADE FURNITURE CO. "Trade With Wade And Sav? 112 W. Main P03-3122 1

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