The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 3, 1967 · Page 1
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Blythevllle (Ark.) Courier News — Tuesday, January 3, 1967 Page Three Astrological * Forecast * By CARROLL R1GHTER ffo determine your forecast, nut* paragraph opposite dates which include vour birtli dat«. WEDNESDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: Until Sundown is no time for anything that is risky or in Impress upon suspicious friends that you truly have their interests at heart, and then get busy which chances of any kind are taken, so be sure that you do watch what is happening about you and keep out of However, the evening trouble, finds a decided change for the belter taking plac and you are able to get lots done in most any direction U wish. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Partners are more interested in operating by themselves and you should not interfere for now. Just go ahead with own plans. Tonight settle problems nicely. Then be happy with considerate loved one. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Showing fellow workers that you will not impose on them is wise, since they are very much rushed right now. Delays are apt to come up, but take them smoleate Inc *•••«••••••••««••«§••«•••••••••••»•••••••••• WILSON NEWS .... MRS. ff. A. UOGAN, Jr. Thirty-five members of tlie.sas are spending the Christmas arrived Friday for a holiday crs College, Conway, is spend-j visit with her parents, Mr. and ing the Christmas holidays with Mrs. C. L. Denlon, Sr. at Den- her parent, Mr. and Mr. W. A. Lindsay. Junior High School group gathered at the home of Miss Donna Beth Lawrence last Wedcsday night for one of the holiday parties. Refreshments of dips, chips in P.M. and see how to im- j en d of Mr. and soft drinks were served to the group. Guests over the holiday week- holidays with their parent, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cullom. They were joined for Christmas by Mrs. Cullom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Regcnold of Kennett. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Williams and sons, Andy, Charles, Jerry and Joe, left Tuesday for Oklahoma City where they were M w T Joined by other members of Mr. MIS. \> . 1. ilf;,|;,, mr ,, f,,,,,;!,. {•„,, „ ..Jr-U prove your financial position. Improve your health. Get out socially in P.M. for a while, also. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Private anxieties could have you in a dither during the day, so take hold of yourself early, and then tonight all is fine. Avoid trying to put new ideas in operation. Evening can be very pleasant for you. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Instead of getting into a terrible battle with one who does not think as you do, think of Voltaire. Be friends. Avoid the social during the day. Evening is best time for that sort of thing. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Don't get ill-will of higher- ups during the day or your reputation, downgrades alarming- Floyd were their children, Mr, Williams' family for a visit. 1 1»->YU WGI Vi IU VI I l_m««.n.«."i" — •, and Mrs. Milton Floyd, and Di-' Mr. and Mrs. F. S Reese Mr and Mrs. Ellis Floyd spent the holiday week-end m andMicheal, all of West Memphis; and Mr. and Mrs. David Lee and children, Susan and Patti of Sikeston, Mo. Reggie Cullom of Vanderbilt University and Peggy Jo Cullom of the University of Arkan- Memphis with heiather, mother, Mrs. Dora Walker. Miss Mary Flo Lindsay, student at Arkansas State Teach- Mrs. Jane Blodgett and children Betty Jane, John and Ann, mer Wilson resident. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Forrester and children Bobby Joe, Patti and Jan of Newport spent the Christmas holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Greenwell. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Gentry of Little Rock visited with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold McDaniel, during the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Germany and children spent Christmas and daughter Patti of Memphis, night in Paragould with li i s returned Tuesday from Talla- parcnts, Mr. and Mrs. Johnjhassee, Fla., where they spent Hollis. Kim, Curt and Chris re-j the Christmas holidays with her Jim Pittman and Mrs. Pitlman jmained with their grandparents j sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and her sister, Mrs. Helen - ' • -"- - ' _..,.-. Smith. Mrs. John Harmon, .Sherry, wood. Mrs. Blodgett is a for- They were joined on Friday by Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Lindsay, of Newport, for the holiday wok-end. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Darling, and sons, Scott and Rex, of Jonesboro, and Mrs. George Grove of Itasca, Illinois, spent Christmas eve with Rev. and Mrs. Waymon Hollis. Rev. and Mrs. Waymon Hollis I while Rev. and Mrs. Hollis at-1 and Mr. Robert C. Driver, and tend the 14th annual Christmas ; family. Technical School at Burdette last Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Ford of Marvell spent Christmas Day and night with their son, Charles Ford and family. They were joined for Christmas dinner by Mrs. Ford's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A, M. Stewart of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Railsback and Mary Edith of Pine Bluff spent the holiday week-end with her mother, Mrs. J. E. Grain, Sr. Miss Judi Crain was home Tina and Walker spent Monday conference for young ministers their wives in Nashville Harold demons and E. D. Beall attended the dedication of Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH With More Comfort FASTEETH, a pleasant alkaline powder, holds false teeth firmer. To eat and talk in more comfort, Just sprinkle a little FASTEETH on your plates. No gummy, gooey taste or feeling. Checks denture breath. Dentures that flt are essential to health. See your dentist regularly. Qet FASTEETK at all drug counters. from the university with her mother for the holidays. American Indains were making a crude beer long before the arrival of the white man. 'thrust-Back Collar' TOILET TANK BALL A™tri<o-i torgelf Setter The efficicni Woler Moslfir instontly ifopi the flow of woler offer each flushing. 75( AT HARDWARE STORES in Manila with Mrs. Harmon s »[JL LW (-wine up, uuv tone niv-ii.. ulauun. uuwngfaaes aiarming- m your stride. Evening is won- |i y . YOU have much social work derful, tho, recreationally. to do tonight, so be enthusiastic. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Although your mind is concentrating on recreation, there are more important things that need the doing, so get busy. Get health improved. Handle creative matters wisely, too. Take time to relax in P.M. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Although those matters at home seem almost insoluble, by being patient, you find they soon right themselves. Be very earful with money matters during day. Invite guests in or to theatre, etc. tonight. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Care in motion is most necessary during the day and better order about terribly important now. Go over any statements very carefully, also. Relax with- home tonight — make kin happy- VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Thinking straight -now will show you how to ameliorate financial position during day and you will be free to join congenial in P.M. Be sure to get important bills paid. Free yourself of worry. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) State your aims specifically then. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Some analyzing is necessary with partners during day if you want to start an upswing in all of your affairs. Evening is best for civic duties. Be sure you complete one project before you go on to another. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Being sure to follow through with important obligations is imperative before you go out with loved one or a close friend. Don't follow faulty intuition during day. Keep working steadily, then out for fun later. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he, or she, will be one of those young people who is so interested in bringing about harmony among others that often own affairs are neglected, own happiness. Early teach that charity begins at home, literally, and that it is best to teach others to help themselves. Then the chart becomes very successful and the personal life can become ideal tho marriage may come rather late in life. i News Of Men In Service TSgt. Gerald D. Huffman, whose father, E. J. Huffman, resides on Route 4, Blytheville, is serving as an aircraft maintenance technician in Vietnam. The sergeant is a veteran of the Korean War. Pvt. Billy J. Copeland, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Copeland of Manila, is serving as a helicopter field maintenance man in South Vietnam. He graduated at the top ten of his maintenance class at Port Eustis, Va. His wife Joan, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis A. Riddick of Steele. SSgt. Jerry K. Talley of Blytheville is now serving with the Air Force in Southeast Asia. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Raymond W. Talley of Route 3, and his wife Wanda is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ausie Young of Route 2. He is a 1956 graduate of Burdette High School. Pvt. Jimmy L. Cook, son of Mrs. Annie L. Piggie of 1109 Myrtle, was assigned Dec. 11 to Camp Radcliff, Vietnam. He is a 1965 graduate of Harrison High School. Pfc. Arthur P. Terry, 20, USA son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. His wife Micki?. resides at Dell. | Terry of K ennett| has been as _ signed to Vietnam with the 9th Infantry Division's 3rd Brigade. Second leiutenant Allen R. Earls, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond L. Earls of Kennett, has completed Air Firce pilot training at Laughlin AFB, Texas. Remember Pay Your Paper Boy Get IN STEP with your INCOME light now, ihop. vpl drag your fitt until April 15. (tot your tax doto tog«th«r food. Tofc* if to 111. n«arby BLOCK offiit. Your rompl«t«, OKurote r.lurn will b* r«ody In jlg-timi. 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