The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 19, 1966 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 19, 1966
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Blytheville (Ark.) Courier News - Monday, September 19,19M- f»» Thnw NEW YORK (AP)- Things a; olumnist might never know If e didn't open his mail: If you don't make 591 phone calls a year, you're below the American average. You probably learned in high school that U.S. Grant, Civil Var hero, was more than a bit ond of bourbon whisky But do '<m know the favorite drink of lis chief rival. Robert E. Lee? Well, on or off the battlefield, Gen. Lee generally preferred OLDSMOBILE 4-4-2 - New functfonal hood louvers and specific markings in several areas identify the 1967 Oldsmobile 4-4-2. The equipment comprises a 400 cubic inch V8 en- gine, 4-barrel carburetor and dual exhausts. Look for the cars Sept. 29 at Sam Black Motor Company. ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••e WILSON NEWS .... MRS. W. A. HOGAN. jr. Club 10 Canasta nierhbers met last Monday night at the home of Mrs. J. T. Driver. A special guest was -Mrs. Ray Pemberton.; : • . • Preceding, .games a salad plate was served. In games, winners were Mrs. Larry Bishop high, Mrs. Levi Cissell Second and Mrs. Russie Perry third high. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Forrester and children, Bobby Joe, Patti and Jan, of Newport visited with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Greenwell; Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Hollis of Paragpuld visited with their son Rev. Waymon Hollis and family, over the weekend., Mrs. Ralph Thompson -and children, Johnny and Cheryl and Tim Hogan spent the weekend with her m o t h e r, Mrs. Gladys Grafton, at Vsnndale. Mr. Thompson spent the weekend at National Guard Camp at Searcy. Mrs. Virginia Whiteside, Mrs. Pauline Corkran and Mrs. Pauline Yates attended an Eastern Star meeting at Leachville Fridy night. This was honor night for Mrs. Evie Alexander, Grand Representative to Saskatchewan from Arkansas, who is a member of the Leachville-chapter. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Beall entertained their Tuesday night bridge club last week with supper preceding games. Winners at bridge were Jerry Cullom and Mrs. A. H. Williams Mrs. E. B. Chiles Jr. and Mrs. Horace Moore Jr. were special guests lasl Wednesday when Mrs. 0. W. Speck was hostess to her bridge club. Preceding games home-made ice cream and chocolate-coconut cake were served. In games Mrs. E. D. Beall was high scorer; Mrs. Owens Sadler second high and Mrs. Chiles was bridge winner.' Mr. and Mrs.'Phil Gentry of Little Rock spent last weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold McDaniel. Mrs. Gentry remained until Wednesday when her mother accompanied her to Little Rock. Mrs. McDaniel returned home Thursday. " ""• Victoria Whiteside of Arkansas State College s.peri.t the weekend with tier parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gerlad Whiteside. She brought as her houseguest, her roommate, Loretta Simonton, of Maynard. Mrs. B. E. Moore, of Osceola, Mrs. Charles Ford, Mrs. John Crain Jr., Mrs. Fred Denton and Mrs. T. J. McAfee Jr. Preceding games Mrs. McCuI- lar served a salad plate. In games Mrs. Donnie McDaniel was high; Mrs. McAfee second high and Mrs. Denton was bridge winner. Sgt. Bobby Floyd arrived in Wilson Saturday for a six-week's leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Floyd. Bobby has just returned from 13 months in Vietnam. : : . , Among those from Wilson registered at the University of Arkansas Ms term are Judy Crain Terry Carr, Steve Wilson, Bill Nicholson, Bill Goodson, And y Williams, Ranny Cullom and Peggy Jo Cullom. Elmer Floyd and Mary Lou Wiley returned to Arkansas State last week. Also going to Arkansas State were S t e e 1 e Catching, John Pierce, Larry Bussey, Gail L e f t w i c h, Sam Jones, and Lloyd Smithson. Gilbert Wiley who has spent the last four weeks in the Baptist Hospital .where, he underwent major surgery, returned home Saturdayy. Mrs. R. H. Cummings returned home Wednesday after a week in the Baptist Hospital in Memphis. "Treasury of the World's Coins' by Reinfeld and "Blaikston's New Gould Medical Dictionary" Of special interest to high school students and their parents are "You Can Win A Scholarship" by Brownstein; "Barren's Profiles of American Colleges"; and "Lovejoy's Prep School Guide." Mr. and Mrs. John Mooring entertained with a cook-out Saturday evening honoring Mrs Mooring's sister, Mrs. Wayne Bussey on her birthday. Guest included their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Goble Sr. and the Wayne Bussey family. Wilson Parent Teachers Association will honor the Wilson School Faculty with a tea Thursday ; night, September 15, at p.m. in the school cafetorium Hostesses will be the executive board of the PTA. Going to Arkansas Tech last week was Mary Flo Lindsay and Tommy. Medlin. Mary Ann McRae will be a student at Arkansas State Teachers College in Conway this year. . Mrs. Maybelle Haynes of Ripley, Miss., and her sons, Ed and Dewitt, visited with Mr., and Mrs. W. T.'Floyd Sunday. Mrs. Haynes is Mrs. Floyd's sister. Mrs. John Crain Jr. and W. A. Hogan were high scorers Friday night when Mr. and Mrs. Johi) Ellis were hosts to their bridge club. Preceding games a dessert course was served. Mrs. David McCullar was hostess to the Tally Bridge Club Tuesday night at her home. Special guests were her mother, Two volumes have besn placed in the Wilson Branch of the Mississippi County Library in memory of Mrs: Ray Merritt. They are "The Woman's Day Book of American Needlework" by Rose Wilder Larie given by Mr. and Mrs. R. E. L. Wilson, III, and "The New Book of the Art of Living" by Peterson given by Mr. and Mrs. Jim Germany. Other non-fiction volumes recently put on the shelves are: "Amy Vanderbilt's New Complete Book of Etiquette"; A LOVELY JAPANESE lass, Mie Kama, carries a lead role opposite Sean Connery (James Bond) in the new movie, "You Only Live Twice," now shooting in Japan. Mie adds just the right touch to Agent O07's derring-do. WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chickasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Ruby Young, Plaintiff, vs. N. 16933 Robert Young, Defendant. The defendant, Robert Young, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the cour named in the caption hereof anc answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Ruby Young, Dated this 9th day of Septem 1966 at 11:00 o'clock A.M. GERALDINE LISTON, D.C By Donna DiCicco, D. C. Guy Walls, Attorney Ed B. Cook, Atty Ad Litem 9-1?., 19, 26, 10-3 Every 3.4 days a new tnus eum is opened somewhere ir the United States. UJXURY SEDAN — Oldsmobile's wholly 4-barrel Super Rocket V-8 engine. The cars rcstylcci ,'•''' an even greater, can be seen at Sam Black Motor Company degree of elegance and luxury. The it's ara Sept. 29. buttermilk. Psychiatrists say that daydreamers tend to be sensitive, nervous and perceptive. But when I was a boy, Pappy just told me I was lazy. * * * Gout afflicts between 500,000 and a million Americans, and physicians still aren't sure why this painful affliction strikes more often in the big toe. They believe it is because this toe walking or running. Here's a fact of life which we've decided to put far down on our list of things to brood about: Since a fly's longevity- span is only 6 days, it's middle' aged in a month. The United States boasts more Nobel Prize winners than any other nation: Quotable notables: "Lying in bed would be an altogether perfect and supreme experience if only one had a colored pencil long nough to draw on the ceiling" - G.K. Chesterton. Fickle femmes: Veteran cops say most lady snoplifters don't steal from actual need but to better their standard of living. suffers more wear and tear in | They steal most often beauty aids, stockings, cigarettes, candy and meats. Macabre warning: Highway accidents have become so commonplace that some doctors advise it's a good idea to have your, dentist make a mold of your teeth and jaws. Then you can get a better restoration job if your face is smashed in a wreck. * ¥ * If you hate your first name, it may be a sign that you hate yourself, too. A study by Columbia University found that persons who felt their names fitted their personality tended to have a higher self-esteem; those who disliked their names often were also dissatisfied with them- selves. ••.-.•;•. •• Worth remembering: "It's 1 little things that annoy us mostiS we can sit on a mountain but; not on a tack." 1~: It was Wilson Mizner who observed, 'We all have something fall back on, and I neverS knew a phony who didn't land;; on it eventually." Jjf After wheat was cut and stocked in fields, threshers sen-;; arated the grain from the straw- and the wheat from the chaffy- Threshing crews and machine*)5- naw are largely things of ttii" past. 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