The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 23, 1967 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 23, 1967
Page 4
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Blythevllle (Ark.) Courier News - Thursday, February 23,1967 - Page Seven Astrological * Forecast * ww _ By CARROLL R1GHTER _^^ f u determine your forecast., auu paragraph opposite dates which Include ro»* birth date FRIDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: Today's full moon brings much information on just why you are not more successful and what you can do to eliminate whatever does not suit you, as well as the art, music and-or beauty you can place about you that will bring you a feeling of well being and a delight during your moments of recreation. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Use all that energy to handle situations that have k e p t you quite frustrated for some time. Analyze well and then use the direct approach. Quiet recreation is possible after a hard day's work. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Ideal day to be with good pals and relations for a day of hobbies, recreational and social fun in P.M. Show that you do appreciate them. Closest tie needs to realize that you are truly devoted. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Conferring with influential persons who can help you better your position in life is wise in A.M. Show that you will cooperate with their aims, also. Inter- hyndlctto. Inc. est in civic matters can help you to attain greater prestige. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 ;a July 21) A certain amount of travel is necessary now if you want to a d v a n c e, make real progress. Newcomers may be just what you need for greater inspiration. Show that you are a friendly and ambitious person. LEO ( J u 1 y 22 to A u g. 21) You have been pushing certain obligations under the table and now is a good time to clear them up. Be sure you pay what is owed. Evening can then be ideal with your wife, or husband. Be cheerful. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) You have just the right solution to some misunderstanding with a good generous friend and should carry through with it. Everyone concerned will be satisfied. Use your intellect re some civic matter of importance, also. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) With all the duties ahead of you don't waste any time. Be sure to assist others who are having difficulty with their work also. Study new fashions well, then improve own wardrobe. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) You have some tree time today io get to places of recreation which you really like and bring you true happiness. Getting talents before the right people is wise. An excellent opportunity would be yours. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) There is much that can be done to show kin you are very devoted and have their welfare at heart. Have a positive attitude with one who can be of tremendous value and help to you. Get ahead. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Corresponding, visiting etc., just fine if you want to get ahead faster, provided you are very practical in your approach. Talk over with regular pals where and how you plan to get ahead in the near future. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. MANILA NEWS MKS. W. M. DAVIDSON . 19) Handling financial affairs more intelligently will give you greater prestige in the trade etc. Collect monies owed to you Consult with some big business person and get right advice. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Any personal relations with associates can be nicely resolved today so that you get better results" in the future. Getting out socially will bring fine opportunities to get ahead. Be charming, a good conversationalist. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he, or she, will be ene of those very fascinating young people who quickly sees errors in detailed work or projects, and will assist others in rectifying such matters willingly, gaining prestige and making money as well. Any job where the prerequisite is precision is The Manila Home Extension Jlub met Wednesday, Feb. 15, at the home of Mrs. Lea Donner with eight members and one guest, Miss Pat Cole, Home Extension Agent of Blytheville, present. Mrs. Richard Gates, president, called the meeting to order. The devotional was given by Erma Stallion and eye openers shown by Mrs. Mattie Bradberry and Mrs. Donner. Mrs. Louise Files, secretary, read the minutes of the previous meeting which were approved. She also called the roll which was answered by each member telling her problems in pattern buying. Miss Cole showed the group slides on "Landscaping." The group filled a basket will fruit for Mrs. L. T. Broom who was dismissed recently from St Bernard's Hospital in Jonesboro. The hostess served ice cream, cake and coffee. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Mattie Bradberry at Lost Cane. Ruth Isaacs present. Due to the absence of the president, Mrs. Leo Donner, the irst vice president, Mrs. Johnny Homer, presided over the meeting which was opened with the club prayer. Roll call was answered with a lint on planning and preparing ;he soil for spring planting and fertilizing. Mrs. Raymond Scott, secretary and treasurer, read the minutes of the previous meeting which Were approved. The annual flower show was discussed with a date to be announced. The group voted to send two delegates to the annual district meeting which will be held in Marked Tree Feb. 28. Mrs. Horner closed the meet ing with a prayer by Rober Louis Stevenson. During the social hour the hostess served refreshments. The Manila Garden Club met Thursday, Feb. 16, at the home of Mrs. George Dillon with 11 members and one guest, Mrs. fine here. Send to the finest college in your area, since your progeny is pretty much a homebody. Gregory Adams, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Adams, was honored on his 3rd birthday with a party at his home Saturday afternoon. The living room was decorated with different colored balloons which hung from the light fixture. Around the wall were placed small tables representing elephants. They were made of cardboard and sprayed silver. A party hat was on each trunk and balloons on the head. Each child was served rc- reshments of ice cream, cake md cokes at the tables which hey later took home with them. The dining table was covered with a white cloth and centered vith a large cake trimed with i multi - colored border and :ircus animals. It was surrounded by white ace hearts and comic strip characters which were used as favors. "Happy Birthday Gregg," was inscribed on the cake. Attending were Lesa and Blake Vickers, Tony and Sandra Hawkins, Brenda Redd and Justine Minion. Mrs. Adams was assisted with the party by Mrs. Bennie Minton and Mrs. Norman Vickers. Mrs. Gene Holt took colored pictures of the group. The Lydia Circle of First Baptist Church W.M.U. me Feb. 14 at the home of Mrs Blythe Childress with 14 mem- iers present. The chairman, Mrs. Erma Stalion, presided at the meeting which was opened with the group repeating the watchword in unison. Mrs. Ed Griffin offered prayer. Minutes of the previous meeting were read by the secretary. Mrs. Richard Gates reported about the work being done with the needy family that being sponsored by the Circle. Mrs. Childress announced the mission study meeting will be held March 2. This will be an all day meeting to study the book, "Forest Trails to Urban Jungles." Mrs. Lloyd Lane led the program, "Home Mission Work in Baptist Centers." She was assisted by Mrs. Carl L o o n e y, Miss Irene McMichael, Mrs. John Parker and Mrs. Fred Davis. Mrs. Dora Walker closed the meeting with prayer. During the social hour the wstess served refreshments of pie and coffee. Miss Patricia Weaver celebrated her 12th birthday with a party at her home Feb. 4. Attending were Geneabeth Shaneyfelt, Terri Workman, Judy McMinn, Deborah Hall, Mary Stanford, Charlottee Lambert, Teresa M o s b y, Dixie Bright, Anna Vandiver, Kathy Morris and Pam Miller. Game winners were Dixie Bright and Terri Workman. Refreshments of ice cream, cake and punch were served. Manila students attending Arkansas State University and being listed to the honor roll include Elizabeth Bacon, Michael Bellinger, Tommy Nuchols, Ilizabeth Shaneyfelt and Jimmy Wagner. Mrs. Ike Alexander and daughter Judi and grandson Butch Simpson and Mrs. Lee Carter visited Mrs. Alexander's mother. Mrs. Alice Fleming, at Carson Lake recently. Miss Martha Ann Rayder and her fiance, Larry Cook of High Ridge, Mo., spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rayder. Mrs. Madge Brown, Mrs. Gerald Wallace. Mrs. Joe Hutton and Mrs. Bert Williams are visiting for a few days with their brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James Wright. Mrs. Bill Crowell and son Joey of Leachville were recent guests of her mother, Mrs. Georgia Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Rainbolt of Wichita, Kan., spent Saturday night with her mother, Mrs. Gledis Hester. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Gordon spent the weekend in Memphis with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Count- ;ss, and son David. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Ogden and - *rs. Betty Williams of Campbell, Mo., were week-end guests of Mrs. May Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wright and family and Mr. and Mrs. Billy Joe Roddy and family of Jonesboro, spent the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Holt. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Donner and children visited Sunday with Dr. and Mrs. Leonus Shedd and family in Paragould. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Pierce spent Sunday in Dexter, Mo., visiting Mr. and Mrs. William 5d wards. Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Holt visited Carl Tipton at the Baptist Hospital in Memphis Sunday afternoon. THE EXTRA CARE WE TAKE TAKES EXTRA CARE OF YOU I STOCK SALE ENDS SATURDAY NITE, 8 P.M. Guaranteed Savings Vi OFF EVERYTHING GOES DURING THIS SALE-EVEN NAME KROEHLER, BROYHILL, LANE, SERTA, STRATFORD, G.E., TELL CLOSING THIS SALE IN A BLAZE OF PRICE-SLASHING! 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