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January 3, 1967

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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BIythevllle (Ark.) Courier News - Tuesday, January t, 196T- Fiji flvt iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiii MANILA NEWS iiiiiiiMiniiiiiiuiiinniiiiiiiiuuiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii' MRS. W. M. DAVIDSON Mr. and Mrs. Larry Bourland of Oxford, Miss., spent the Christmas holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Bourland and Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Ashabranner and family of Manila. Johnny Adkins entertained five of his friends with a party at his home Thursday night. Attending were Stephen Davis, Jimmy Ellis, Roy Lee Ashabranner, Jerry Gray and Bicky Griffin. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Byrd and children of Wynne spent the holiday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elvis Byrd. Mrs. Annabell Bishop of Memphis spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Threlkeld. Pvt. Jimmy Bay Brock of Fort Polk, La., and Mrs. Brock of Memphis spent the Christmas holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W, A. Thieme. Dr. and Mrs. Herd Stone Jr. and daughter Linda of Holly Grove and Herd Stone of Lud* low, Miss., were Thursday guests of Mrs. Arlene Robinson and Mrs. Jimmy Bay Brock. Steven Alston of Jonesboro Is spending the Christmas vacation with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Alston. Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn L. Siownes and children were Sunday night guests of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Shownes, in Newark, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Milligan left Monday for Little Rock to visit their son and family, Dr and Mrs. Monty Milligan. Attending a Christmas dinner at the home o! Mrs. Bob Veacii Christmas day were Mr. and Mrs. Kerry Edwards of Jonesboro; Mr. and Mrs. Russell Edwards and children of Corning; Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Veach and • children of Blytheville; Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Williams and daughter of Fayetteville; Mrs. Lorine Baugher; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Veach; Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Brady and family; Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Veach anc children; Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Williams and son; Mr. and Mrs. Clifforc Veach and family; and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Teusink, all of Manila. Sgt. and Mrs. Doyle Brady and daughters of Denver, Colo., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Ju car D. Brady. Guests this week of Mr and Mrs. Joe Hornberger and fam- i ily are Mr. and Mrs.. John Hornberger and children of Jackson, Miss., and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Keith Hornberger of Fort Hasker, Ala. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Veach end children and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Dobbs and sons left Monday for a weeks vacation In parts of Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Saracini and children of Poplar Bluff; Mr. and Mrs Bobby Johnston and son of Luxora, Mr. a n d! Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rayder. Cain and daughter of Albany, Ga., spent the holiday vacation with Mr- and Mrs. Ira Harris md other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Jan Mobley and children of Leachville spent Christmas day with his mother, Mrs. Pleasant Mobley. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Glover of Blytheville, visited Mr. and Mrs. Wayne McCullough Tuesday. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Veach for Christmas day were . and Mrs Russell Edwards and family of Corning, Mr. and ATS. Kerry Edwards of Jones- ioro, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Veach and family of Blytheville, Mrs. Lorine Baugher, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Brady and children of Manila and Sgt. and Mrs. Doyle Brady and daughter of Denver, Colo. Mrs. John Cheadle of Norman, Okla., spent the holidays with her son and daughter-in- w, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cheadle Mr. and Mrs. J. Milligan oi L-ewiston, Mich., are guests ol his sisters, Mrs. E. C. Fleeman, Mrs. Howard Perkins and Mrs. Lewis Surinfc and their families. Mrs. 0. White of Memphis and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Beasley and family of Forrest City were guests of Mr. and Mrs Bobby White during the holidays. Bobby White was honored by friends on his birthday last week. Refreshments of cake and party foods were served. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Barney Threlkeld Christmas day were Mr. and Mrs. Ray White of Dexter; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Threlkeld and children and Mrs A. B. Corley of Paragould, Mrs. Myrtle Brown, and son, J. B. Brown, Mrs. Hazel Bacon and Mrs. Susie Ashabranner. Mr and Mrs. Jimmy Holsclaw and daughter of Memphis spent Christmas day with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Holsclaw. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Baker and daughter were guests Christmas of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Short, in Leachville. Dinner guests of Mrs. Mary Osborne Christmas day were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fleeman and family of Missouri; Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Osborne and granddaughter, Kim Walters, of Leesburg, Fla.; Dr. and Mrs Merrill Csborne and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Osborne and family and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Osborne and family all of Blytheville; Dr. and Mrs. H. D. Alston and family of Jonesboro; Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Fleeman and Mrs. Flora Fleeman and daughter, Jan of Manila. Mr. and Mrs. Neal Gates and family spent the holidays witSi relatives in Memphis Miss Martha Ann Rayder of High Ridge, Mo., spent the holiday vacation with her parents, Have Son Relay the Facts '.ait I/an (teuren •radicate l«.i iniiniiinn ••niiuiiinii IIIIHIIIIIIII i!iiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiHniii«iiiiiiniiiiiiini iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiini hard to believe that anyone would have to be told to prepare twice as much food for eight as they would for four, but I'll take your word for it. Get your son aside and ask HIM to explain it to her. DEAR ABBY: I am 11 years old and I have always said I wanted to devote my life to acting, Next Wednesday I am suposed to portray an ugly monster named MEDUSA in a schol play. A boy is suposed to cut of my head (my real one). How can I get myself out of this mess? D. D. DEAR D. D.: Tell the boy who is supposed to cut off your head not to take his role too seriously. It's only a play, so don't lose your head, honey. DEAR ABBY: Last week my husband helped one of our friends move some furniture from one house to another. The next day he found a $10 bill in his jacket with a note daughter of Oak Grove, La., and Mrs. James Robertson and daughter of Grenada, Miss, visited Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hill and Mrs. Flora Johnston during the holidays. Mrs. Mary Mills of Harrisburg spent several days this week wiht Mrs. Myrtle Pearson, and children of Gainsville, Fla. and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Me- Mrs. J. 0. Rook spent the weekend in Paragould as a guest of Mrs. Lorinda MePher- son. Spec. 5 David Garner returned to his base at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. Tuesday after spending the holidays with Mrs. Garner and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rayder spent Christmas day in Elaine, DEAR ABBY: Is there any way I can get my daughter- in-law to "catch on" without coming right out and telling her? She has a family of four. My family consists of four, also. My daughter-in-law has invited us over for supper several times, which I appreciate but she will set her table for eight and then serve the same amount of food as she would for four! Naturally nobody takes very big helpings, and she wonders out loud if maybe the food isn't "good." Once I brought her an extra pound of stew meat and she seemed more offended than pleased. "0, I always buy only one pound of meat," she exclaimed. I wanted to say right then and there, "Yes, for four, but not for eight," but I kept quiet. How can I get thru to her, Abby? She's a sweet girl and I don't want her to hate me. DELICATE PROBLEM DEAR DELICATE: It's with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Morgan Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Wagner Christmas day were Dr. and Mrs. Fred Wagner and children of Blytheville, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wagner and son of Olive Branch, Miss.; Mr. and Mrs. Dean Wagner and daughter of Osceola; Mr. and Mrs. Warren Barney and daughter of Wichita, Kan.; Miss Charlotte Green of Leachville; Miss Donita Brady; Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Gray and sons, and Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Wagner and daughter of Manila. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Baker and family of Trumann spent Christmas day with Mr. and Mrs. Lee Baker. Larry Cook of High Ridge, Mo. arrived last week to spend a few days as tSie guest of Martha Ann Rayder. saying, "Thanks for the help you gave me.' These people have helped us with favors like this, but because we were good friends we never offered them money. Now we feel obligated. Should we return the $10 and tell them that friends help each other without payment? Or do you think the next time they help us out we should give them money! This could be an expensive friendship. GOOD FRIENDS DEAR FRIENDS: After treating them to dinner with the $1*), tell them that their friendship is worth more than money and you'd prefer to keep it that way. DEAR ABBY: Please advise "LOVES HIM ANYWAY, that just because her child is retarded does not excuse him for his bad manners. I have a retarded child and even tho I can overlok his faults I realize the rest of the world will not. Any child can be taught good manners, no matter how retarded he is, altho it may take longer and a little more effort. If that mother "loves him anyway," she had better start preparing him to live in the world in which he was born because she won't always be around to make excuses for him. Sign me— "LOVES MINE, ALSO" Troubled? Write to Abby, B 69700, os Angeles, Cal. 90069 r For a personal reply, enclose a stamped, self - addressed envelope. For Abby's booklet, "How to Have a ovely Wedding,' send $1.00 to Abby, Box 69700, os Angelas, Cal. 90069. Mechanic Wanted HEAVY DUTY • TRANSMISSIONS • Engines • Differentials Contact Jack Redmond Charles Reed Buick 3505 Poplar Ph. 452-1105 Memphis, Tenn. Dr. Fred O. Wagner announces the opening of his office at a new location for the general practice of DENTISTRY At 519 WEST MAIN Blytheville, Arkansas Office Hours By Appointment 8a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday thru Saturday Telephone PO 3-1000 A party Dec. 21 honoring Paulett Bobbins, bride - elect of Michael Wagner and her wedding party was held in the home of Mrs. Max Schrader. The home was decorated in a Christmas motif of red and shocking pink. I The serving table was covered with a red felt cloth with pink trim, centered with a large candelabra holding white tapers Silver trays held cookies and candies of all kinds. Mrs. E. C. Fleeman presided at the silver coffee service and Mrs. Jim Cheadle served drinks from a large silver bowl of ice. Christmas music was played throughout the home. Miss Bobbins was presented a corsage of fugi mums in colors of avacado and gold. Special guests were Mrs. Paul Bobbins and Mrs. Jack Wag- who were presented long stemmed mums In the bride's colors. A gift of coffee mugs was presented to tSie honoree by her hostess. Though the human brain comprises only 2 per cent of the body's weight, it accounts for approximately 25 per cent of all the body's oxygen consumption when at rest, according to the Encyclopaedia Britannica. PAYING 100 MUCH FOR PAIN RELIEF? Paying twice what you should? An agency of the U.S. Govt. authorized tests of 5 leading pain relief tablets . . . found none stronger or faster than St. Joseph Aspirin. Yet St Joseph Aspirin costs less than half as much as "extra ingredient" products in test. It's pure pain relief power. Contains no added caffeine or other drugs you may not need. So get St. Joseph Aspirin, and get... HOfK FASTER, STRONGER! More far your money! ST.JOSEPH ASPIRIN HONE SAFER. PURERI AUCTION SALE 10 a.m. Wednesday, January 4,1967 RAIN OR SHINE DELL, ARKANSAS i/l mile east of Dell en Highway 18. At Farmers Gin Co. Several farmers In the area are selling a large amount of equipment due to cutting farming acreage. Late and older model tractors, combines, trailers, cotton pickers, trucks and all types of equipment. TRACTORS 1—730 John Dun Dlcxl I—IHC Super MTA i—me 350 1—Caw 830 Diesel 1—70 J.D. Diesel (overhauled) 1—IHC 560 L.P.G. 1—A John Deere 1—AC Tractor 1—M Farmall 1—IHC 460 L.P.O. I—Case 80S Diesel 1—Case 830 1—MH 85 Diesel 1—IHC Super M 1—Faruull 706 L.P.G. 1—John Deere 730 Diesel 1—John Deere 70 Diesel 1—MH 444 Gas — Clew 1—IHC Super MTA — Clean 1—IHC 560 Gas — Clean 1—John Deere 730 Gw COMBINES 1—M Miner Harm Combine 1—403 IHC Combine 1—1010 Case Combine (loaded) 1—92 Massey Harris Combing 1—72 Massey Hurts Combine (food) VRUCKS 1— B71 Mack Irae. Diesel — 1— 'ffrord U ton Pickup — I — tfeep on track* 1— '59 114 Ton Chevrolet 1— '61 114 Ton Chevrolet DISK-HARROWS 2— Kewutee Dlsk-Harrowi 1 — Springtooth Harrow 1 — Krause 4-Row Disk 1— IHC No. 37 Disk 1— MF 40-bla<« Pick-up Disk PLANTERS I— me 4-MW Planter 1— John Rood Deen 484 punter — 1—John Deere 480 Planter — fair 1—Birch 4-Bow Planter CULTIVATORS 1—IHC 4-Row Cultivator 1—AC 4-Row Rear Mount Cultivator - "New" BREAK PLOWS 1—3 Bot. Break Plow 1—4 Bot. John Deere Break. Plow 1—3 Bot. John Deere Break. Plow 1—3 Bot. Break Plow COTTON PICKERS 1—IHC 2-Row Picker I— J.D. No. 22 — 1 ROW OB fid J.D. MIDDLE BUSTERS 2—John Deere 3-Row Batten 1—IHC 5 Row Butter 1—J.D. 4 Row Bear Mount Batten COTTON TRAILERS 1—24' Cot. Trailer Bed — Wood, good J—Cotton Trallen MISC. 1—* Row Rotary Hoe 1—Wide Ft. End For Cotton Picker — IHC 1—Farmall Tricycle Ft. End I—John Deere 801 3 Pt. Hitch 1—Acety. Cutting* Torch 1—I Row Cultlpacker 1—Buggy* Horsedrawn, good 1—Hone Trailer, single, good 1—5 Yd. Hancock Elev. Scraper 1—Electric Welder 1—1.4" Electric Drill 1—H.4 Ton Chain Hoist 1—Van Dora Valve Machine 1—Paint Spray Gun and Hot* 1—Craftsman Bench Saw Various Other shop Item* This ta only a partial Ilitlnf «f equipment that win be loM. Loading & unloading. Also food, drinka * eoffe* on grounds. TERMS: CASH (Unknown bujeri mint have Cash, Cashier's Check or Utter of Credit. into to in open sal*. H you have equipment to tell contact RaneM Slmpion, JO 4-2479 or Brjce Grant, JO 4-2*06 of Dell Conrad White Oioeol* Arfean*M AUCTIONEERS: W- k (Doc) ranlItobMn* Manila, AikanM Sponsored 1 by Kiwanis of Dell AFTER - CHRISTMAS On Famous Brand Items! •••••••••••••••**««*«******«*<ee«»******e OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF PASTEL WOOLEN SPORTSWEAR Skirts - Slacks - Tops - Blouses - Sweaters, In Juniors, Petite Juniors and Misses Sizes. Complete size range in beautiful soft pastel woolens that are ideal for now and in the Spring. Ladies Winter Sportswear Our entire Stock, offering a large selection. Skirts - slacks - Tops - Sweaters - Matching Blouses - Sox. ACCESSORY SALE! Our entire Stock Ladies Famous Brand HANDBAGS In All New Styles V30« Women's Famous Brand Fine Leather GLOVES All New Styles Reg. 199 6.98 4 Reg. 799 71.98 / Sale of Fashion JEWELRY N<JW Styles — Large Selection $2 and $3 Values All Sales Final No Refunds No Exchanges

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