The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 12, 1967 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 12, 1967
Page 7
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Btythtvffl* (Ark.) Courier N«wi - Monday, JUM II, INT - Pap Astrological * Forecast * 8| CAUOU. «IOH1£B Cecil Ma* flinch and MUl June Little of Pierce City, Mo.; Mrs. Clura Hall of Sikeston, Mr. and Mrs. Car! Allison oi Kewanee, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Lex Baggett and Mr. and rs. Joe M. Shelton of Memphis Holland were her grandmother, Robret Baggett, both of Hum and Woodrow Shelton of Weit Mrs. Abe Burress, Mrs. Thea- boldt, Tenn., and Mr. and Mrs. Memphis returned to their dore Payne, Mrs. Fred Burress Bud Whihwr of Blytheville. HOLLAND NEWS By Mn. Joe Leater homes Sunday after spending a and Mrs. Hershell Burrets. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Burress to d«unalw fou Coieuut, HUM parairapb oppostu <UUi which lacludi TOOT bl«B aw* TUESDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: Forget that urge to strut and get into the little affairs of everyday existence that need to be attended to so that you can have true eperative skill in whatever you undertake to do. You have it in your power to gain the good wil of those who are fond of you bul whom you have neglected, due to business. ARIES: (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Morning is the best time to get future pleasures scheduled nicely, and then you can get right at al! the duties ahead of you. Take time to improve both health and appearance. Dress in good taste. TAURIS (Apr. 21 to May 20) Home affairs need all of your attention in A.M. Later you can be happy at hobbies. Make your life more streamlined, both at home and in business matters. Sell or throw away whatever you no longer need. . .GEMINI: (May 21 to June 21) Handle letter writing, do shopping wisely to A.M. and then out to basic matters in outside world. Complete all in jig time so that you are free to enjoy kin in P.M. Read your paper for information you need. . .MOON CHILDREN: (June 22 to July 21) Confer with experts in financial matters early, then plan to be with good friends in P.M. Be more economical where your full attention, also. . .LEO: (July 22 to Aug. 21) Show others that you are very charming this morning and you can get material matters handled very wisely and well. Acceptance of an invitation extended you leads to fine things. Add to your abundance. . .VIRGO: (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Morning is fine for making good plans for a romantically and personally happy future. Then out to make fine contacts. Get data you need from an expert and put to proper use later on in the day. . .LIBRA: (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Some time spent pleasing good friends in A.M. is wise; then planning for future social affairs also good. You are more aware what your real ambitions are and can make arrangements to achieve same. Assist one who Is ill in P.M. . .SCORPIO: (Oct. 23 to Nov.21) See what a bigwig wants you to do in A.M. regarding some civic matter of importance. Get your pals to assist you in this as well. Then get together for a very good time at some mutually enjoyable recreation. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Be wide awaks to new outlets that could be very profitable to you and then contact some higher-up who can help you to be successful In it. Out-of town letter gives idea how to ad vance publicly. Be alert for such. ..CAPRICORN: (Dec. 8 to Jan 20) Attend to details of some project that partners expect of you to perform right now. Then out to new sites and people. Try to please mate as he, or she, wishes. Make sure you make only th« right contacts during day. AQUARIUS: (Jan. 21 to Feb. 9) Ideal day to make new contracts with any associate that have expired. Make changes necessary, also, and then start work necessary. Strange situation comes up during A.M., but you can adjust all by P.M. ...PISCES: (Feb. 20 to Mar.20) Kight ally or co-worker appears on the scene in A.M. and much can be accomplished together. Then off into the outside world for new contacts, sales, etc. get health bettered before you step out for fun in P.M. IF YOUR CHILD B BORN TODAY...}*, or she, will b« one of those very Interesting young ones who will give much pleasure eo everyone who is .about so be mire to give finest playmates and Ideas to set right pattern for adulthood, when there will be much ambition and desire to labor for the good of the multitudes, big projects, etc. Good background important. "The Stars impel .they do not week in Cyprus, Calif., with Three former residents of Hoi- an( j M r. and MM. Theador* their brother, W. H. Shelton. He land who now reisde in Mem- p ayne wer , jj, Memphis Monis a patient in Long Beach phis were present. Mrs. Edd — HcMuiM feaoaate. U*. compel." What you make of your life is largely up to YOU! Carroll Righter's Individual Forecast for your sign for July is now readv For your copy send your birthdate and $1.00 to Carroll Righter Forecast (name of newspaper), Box 1921, Hollywood 28 California. A.C.S. Lists mm m m Ivl AIT)AM«) 1C 1 IvIIIUl lul) The following list of memorial contributions recently was received from the American Cancer Society memorial chairman, Mrs. Frank Harshman. In memory of John J. Lenti — May Dixon, Jessie Srite and Mable Hogan, Dr. and Mrs. I. it. jonnsuHj Mrs. L/idra i H~ vis; Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Simmons, Mr, and Mrs. Alex S. Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Haines, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Purvis and Mrs. Grade Wilks, and Mrs. Chester Caldwell. Mrs. R. D. Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Whitworth, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Lawshe, Mrs. J. R. Marr Jr. In memory of Mildred T, Odley — Mrs. J. G. Sudbury. In memory of Mrs. R. B. Stout — Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Crigger and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Whitworth. In memory of Mrs. R. B. Stout — Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Crigger and Mr. and Mrs. In memory of E. A. Simpson — LaNueve Club, Mr. and Mrs. Tom A. Little Jr. and Mr. Community Hospital in Long Beach, Calif. They visited in the home of Mr. and Mri. Eual lor and Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Huffington in Rosamond, Calif. Mrs. Joe M. Shelton was dismissed from Baptist Hospital in Memphis last Monday morning. She went to the home of her daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Crews, to stay until her husband returned from California. The home of Mrs. Neal Norville in Memphis was the setting Sunday for a bridal shower honoring Miss Kathern Taylor Sunday afternoon May 28. The home was decorated with spring flowers in different intervals. The table used for refresh- lace cloth. A centerpiece of dif- ments was covered with a white ferent artifical flowers topped with a miniature bride and groom entwined in net centered the table. Among those attending from Hampton Jr., Miss Toni Rose Hampton and Mrs. Billy May. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lester, Mr. and Mrs. Sam L. Lester and sons of Memphis were in Marion, 111., for the weekend. They went to attend the graduation of their grandson, Glenn D. Samford, at the junior high school gym Friday -night. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Little returned to their home in Falls Church, Va., Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. John Condon drove them to Memphis to catch • plane. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Little and daughters Carla and Renne of Falls Church, Va., will remain here with his mother, Mrs. Wll- burn Little, for about three weeks. Among those here from out of town for the funeral services of Russell A. Little were: Mrs. Ed Hamton Jr. of Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Robertson of Nashville, Tenn., Mr*. fllt^ V 1 ' W ^ Sf *& '^ 'W ^IF W Vii F 'III 4 I Hal Boyle J| By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK (AP) — Things a columnist might never know if he didn't open his mat: If your snoring keeps your wife awake, it may be simply because you're too fat. Other causes of snoring as reported by the American Medical Association: allergies, too much smoking, sinus condition, and general poor healih. Unless men learn how to live longer, it's estimated there'll be in million U.S. widows bv the and Mrs. Frank Harshman. pn d of 1975. but onlv one-fifth In memory of James Ward Ray — Employee of communications and relay department and the meter department of Ark-Mo Power Company. In memory of Marvin Purvis — Dr. and Mrs. I. R. Johnson and Mrs. Clara Davis. In memory - W. 0. Hammond — Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Sanders. News Of Men In Service Thurman G. Cope, whose wife 3etty, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Childers of Holland, has been promoted ta Air i^orce technical sergeant at Tyn dall AFB, Fla. He is a graduate of the Holland high school John F. McMahon, whose wife Bobbie, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Howlette of 509 E. Ninth, Caruthersville, las been promoted to staff ser- ;eant with the Air Force at Taegu Auxiliary Airfield, Ko- '63 Read Courier News Classified that many widowers. On the average, a 20-year-old girl who marries a 22 year-old man will outlive her husband by eight years. Tiny Israel, which has a population of only 2,650,000, is one of the most conglomerate countries on earth. In the last 19 years it has drawn a million migrants from nearly 100 ottier lands. Scientists say 12,000 people a day die of starvation or malnutrition disease throughout the world— but the number of people alive on the earth is increasing by 7,000 an hour. Quotable notables: "Education is the ability to listen to almost anything without losing your temper or your self-confidence."— Robert Frost. Folklore: If you see a falling star and say "money" three times before it disappears, you'll become wealthy. Touch- ins second bssc fivsrv tiinc hfi comes on and off the fieldwill bring good luck to a baseball) player. A mixture of ground' beans and bedbugs— ugh!— will cure chills or fever. Cage a robin in your home and you'll have bad IUCK. U.S. farming methods are so efficient that food production has doubled since the end of World War D, although the area of tilled land has declined by about 60 million acres. Women don't have to be behind the wheel to cause traffic accidents. Investigating % drivers involved in mishaps, a Michigan psychiatrist found 20 per cent had been emotionally disturbed just prior to- the crashes. Most of the drivers, he said, "had had violent quarrels, for the most part with women." Worth remembering: "Flattery is something nice someone tells you about yourself that you wish was true." There's such an acute shortage of nurses— of the 815,000 registered, only 283,000 are professionally active— that efforts are being made to get more men to enter the field. At present only 1.8 per cent of student nurses are male. American babies are growing faster. A year-old infant today is 7 per C6nt tsllGt 3tiu from 12 to 15 per cent heavier than his counterpart in the 19th century. Dinosaurs laid the biggest of all eggs — some larger than a football. An ostrich lays an egg about the size of a softbaU. It was Wilson Mizner who observed, "The gent who wakes up and finds himself a success hasn't been asleep." uay LU uc wmi IUB UIVLIICI, wu- lie Burress of Alamo, Tenn. who underwent lurgery at Baptist Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Paul T. Thwnas are in Baltimore, Md., where he is stationed with the U. S Army. He has been here for 30 days on leave. He had just returned from Korea where h« spent 16 months in service. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Sartin ol Memphis spent a week recently with their daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Joe Scott. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Rogen spent the weekend with their daughter and family, Mr. anc Mrs. Jackie Kenley of Poplar Dlitff M/i Thair n7Ai*a all Hin fiiuii, MO. iney were au dinner guests Sunday of Mr. anc Mrs. Sam Kenley Sr. of Doniphan, Mo. They also visited with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kenley Sr. and sons. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Atkins and son Steve went to Haleyville, Ala., and spent the weekend with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Atkins. They all attended a homecoming at the Bethel Church. Mrs. Shirley Honeycutt spent the weekend with Mr., and Mrs. Gene Gillette of Rives, Mo. Mrs. Cecil Mae Hirsch and Miss June Little of Pierce City, Mo., are visiting in the home of her daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Whitener of Blytheville. They are former residents. Mrs. J. B. Tyler and son Lan. ny of Steele and Miss Dollie Atkins spent the week in Atlanta, Ga., with Lt. and Mrs. Jeffery Tyler and daughter. Mrs. Gene Tuberville and daughters Karen, Linda Joetta and Dianne, all of St. Louis, and Eddie Whynn of Cardwell, Mo., spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Troy Tuberville and daughter Bonnie. Elvis Hodgen of Cardwell, Mo., is leaving for duty at Korat Royal AFB, Thailand. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Edwards. A pink and blue shower for Mrs. Allan Emery was held May 29 at the Holland lunchroom. There were 16 persons present. The hostesses were Mrs. Mary ee Neal, Mrs. Kathy Max well and Mrs. Mary E. Crawford. A miscellaneous shower honoring Mrs. Michial Edington was held May 30 in the Hoi- Isnd lunchroom Then ostesses were Mrs. Clifford Jackson and Mrs. Hugh R. Samford. Now Possible To Shrink Painful Hemorrhoids And Promptly Stop The Itching, Refieve Pain in Most Cases. New York, N.T. (Special): Science has found a medication with the ability, in most eases — to promptly atop itching, relieve pain and actually shrink hemorrhoids. Testa by doctors proved that in case after case, while gently relieving pain, actual redaction of the inflamed hsmorrboids took place. The tsecret w Preparation B*. There's ao ether formula like it! Preparation S also soothes irritated tissues and help* prevent farther infection. In ointment or suppository form. HOW TO TREAT IT- ATHLETE'S FOOT ONE BOU», nut 4h> «mi Mutut. VOW M Want a great car deal? Better start with a great car. See your Pontiac dealer for a great deal on a great car. ~r« CARLOCK PONTIAC CO. BtTi ft Walnut, B!ytri«vflle, At*. Both Hays Super Markets in Blytheville Open 8 A.M. Until Midnight Every Day - Monday Thru Saturday POTATOES U.S. No. 1 Reds 10 Lbs. 29 AJAX Detergent 1 Lb., 4-oi. Each 19 Folgera 6 Oz. INSTANT COFFEE 690 Woodbury Naturally Lovely HAIR SPRAY ,490 Johnson's Insect Repellant OFF 6/2 oz 690 Clinton, 11 Oz. Reg. 98c CARJOY 590 Extra Large, 38 Oz. WESSON OIL 750 Schoolday No. 303, 17 Oz. 4 sv. EARLY JUNE PEAS 120 Tip Top 6 Oz. LEMONADE 100 Twin Pet, Lb. Can DOG FOOD 70 Jupiter 9 Oz., Twin Pak POTATO CHIPS 390 '/2 Lb. 71c UPTON TEA , 4 i b 360 Del Monte, 6 >/i Oz. CHUNK TUNA 290 Aliens No. 300, Fresh Pak PURPLEH1 PEAS 100 Charmin 60 Count NAPKINS 100 360z., '/j Qt. DOUBLE COLA,; 990 Half & Half, 8 Oz. Loafs BREAD 2 S f 150 Razorback 22 Oz. Whole DILL PICKLES 290 College Inn, Beef or Chicken & EGG NOODLES,; SI McCormick 4 Oz. BLACK PEPPER 290 Bath Size Bar LIFEBUOY SOAP 250 Hunts No. 300 TOMATO JUICE 100 Texsun, 46 Oz., Unsweetened GPTRUIT JUICE Fo 'r$1 Garden Club Full Qt. SALAD DRESSING 390 BACON Rock Springs Sliced/ 2 Lbs. 89' Fresh GROUND CHUCK 69 C Hays Choice Heavy Calf CLUB STEAK Lb. 69< Lean Lb. CHUCK STEAKS 59 c FANCY FRYER PARTS Farm Fresh FRYER BREASTS Farm Fresh FRYER LEGS Farm Fresh Fryer THIGHS Farm Fresh SPLIT BROILERS Farm Fresh FRYER BACKS .. r«* •. • • lib* Lb. ,. 390 390 Lb.390 290 Lb.150 Tender Cubed MINUTESTEAKS Boneless Rump ROAST Slices and Pieces BACON Beef RIB STEW Home Maid, 8 Oz. Cans BISCUITS Kraft's Pure ORANGE JUICE ,,990 890 Lb L ,490 3 ,,,,250 3 Q , SI Store Hours: Open Monday thru Saturday, 8a.m. til Midnitt We Reserve The Right To Limit Purchase! None Sold tor Rente Prieet Good Mon.-Tuei-Wed. 2 Convenient Locations 200 last Main St. 421 South 21st St.

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