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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER Pat Alullins, Society Editor Phone 4461 Recent Bride Is Complimented at Osceola Party Miss Bettye Joe Crosii'aithe and her rnolhcr, Mrs. J. A. Croswaithe, complimented a recent bride, Mrs, Ollie Cantrcll. Jr., the former Mi«s Jean Elizabeth Webber, with a miscellaneous shown Wednesday evening. A bridal atmosphere was created by arrangements of white carnations centering Individual tables nnrl a story booh bride-doll standing under a wedding rins encircled with white for-get-me-jiots and miniature wedding bolls, atop a larse hat box revered in tiny paper ruffles. The honoree was attired In a Carlyle Original In all white imported broaclclolh. The skirt which was fashioned on the lines of a rcriingofe and wn.s very full. Handmade crocheted brnid formed nnndar'n collar. She ivas present ed a corsage of red roses. Her accessories were 1n black patent. Traditional Rreen and white was evident throughout the home In the floral decorations and in the Ice course served the 25 Rue.sts. The gifts were arranger! In the dining table surrounding the brhl»- doll. Ladies' Day !s Conducted at Country Club Luncheon was served buffet style yesterday at Ladies' Day at Bly- thevllle Country Club when M.-s Ocorge Hubbard was chairman of the hostesses, •Other hostesses were Mrs E M Terry, Jr.. Mrs. J. M. Williams. Jr., Mrs. Mason Day, Jr., Mrs. Newton Whitis. Mrs. Wallace Hoke. Mi-s Albert Taylor, MM. w. b. Horner nnd Mrs. Weldon Rainwater. Decorating the club were daisies, sweetpeas and phlox used In prolusion. The morning was .spent In plav- ins games of bridge and canasta. Door prizes went to Mrs. Gene Hobson, Mrs. F. E. Utlcy, Mrs. B A. Lynch and ^rrs. G. A. Hale. Marriage Licenses The following couples yesterday obtained marriage licenses in the office of the County Court Clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth Blythe Parker: Bobby Holand earner and Miss Bonlta Poff, both of Blythevlllc. Jack D. Witt ot Jonesboro nnd Mrs. Vlrdelle Mahnn May of Little Hock. Bride-Elect Is Complimented at Country Club Mrs. Joe Pride, Jr. and Mrs. J F. McCalla were ho.ste.sscs at the Country Club Thursdny when they complimented Miss Francos ,\!c- Hancy, bride-elect of B. P. Brogrion, with a dessert brld?e. The four tables were centered with a bride on an allnr surrounded by carnations which were cordages lor each f;uest. Kridal tallies matched the centers. Winning prizes of linen in the bridge gamps were Mrs. Robert Mc- Haiicy and Mrs. Joe Dill Mclfaney. The ho^te.-sc.s presented Miss Mc- Hancy with silver. Guests included Mrs. John C Mc- Hnivy. motlier of the bride-elect, and Mrs, J. K. Lipnc-a ot Mcmiihis, Biic.st, o[ Mr. and Mrs. A K HmH- l.v. For the occasion, Miss MtHaiiey was dressed In navy blue anct snow white. Frances McHaney Again Honoree at Party Here Miss Prances Mclfaney was complimented last nlRht at the'home of Mrs, A, G. Hull with Mrs. V. G. Holland, co-hostess. Miss McHaney Is the bride-elect o! B. F. Brofidon. who is In the Implement business. Tiny tractors were placed at Intervals over the house and were used on tallies. Summer flowers were also usetl about the house. The honoree was given gifts In her crystal. For the evening's entertainment, she chose a blue cotton dress, Is-shioned with lace neckline. ; Bits of News lt j Mr. and Mrs, M. n. Hooper announce the birth of a son at Walls Hospital tills morning. They have another son and two daughters Mr. and Mrs. cliff Bunting and children. Donna Kay and Cliff Jr have retured home to Earlo following a visit with Mrs. Bunting's w,'T," ts ' Mr ' a ' ld Mrs - I"* Stllk While here, they accompanied Mr and Mrs. Stiles to visit nnolh.-r' daughter, Mrs. i,y, m Nidioh Mr Nichols and dauchler, Sandra, of Kalanmoo, Mich Mr and Mrs, Dana n. Gipson of SI. Louis are vlMlj nB ) lcr sister , Mrs. Charies Alford, and Mr. Al- M:lr - v I't'CP y; cc V n<l loft Friday t o ct "«'K'v «'Uh i " d Miss Rut " ,.„.,,,, ,. —Courier News 1'hoto Mftl.fOUimr AN.MVF.RSAKY - Mr. and Mrs. W, H. Potter are ce.ebrating th e,r S4 th wccMin, anniversary. The, arc the par cuts of 12 childm,, , cn of wllich ^ ^..^ .,. eraildchil(|ren> ^ ^ grc.it-Ei;m,Jc)iiJdr™. Mrs, Potter was born and reared near Dlythe- ' v.lb a no Mr. Hotter moved here in 1881 from Texas. They were married near cfosncll in lase and ere still living near Gosncll. Don't Roast— Toast in the Sun By BETTY CI.AKKE AP Nowsfeatures Beauty Editor The big summer broil is under way. From coast to coast feminine pulchritude is exposed to the sun for better—or worse. And many times It Is for worse. If you've ever had a bad sunburn, you need not be reminded of that big fry. Painful experience can make us aware of the effects of too er, who is ill. Miss Eloise Richardson Is visiting Miss Sue Denton in Fort Smith, Ark., for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brown, and son, Valmore, of Stuart, Fla., arrived Wednesday for a visit with Mr. Brown's mother, Mrs. Sue Brown. Mrs. Harold white underwent much sunshine for many years Sometimes we become so fearful of the sun's rays, however, that we dodge the eun even on the way to market. It is possible to corral the beneficial rays of the sun by common sense. The first rule Is to time your exposure lo the sun. The second precaution Is to use a good suntan oil which should protect you from - —the sun's drying effects, a contrl- sur e c T in the Baptist Hospital in billing cause of wrinkles and !r- Little Rock on Tuesday. The Rev. regular pigmentation. I White returned home Wednesday If your goal is to tan. and you fire! and re Ported her condition as 1m- fair-skinned, you will not be able P r ° vcd to accomplish a honey hue overnight. Most girts expect miracles from suntan lotions. As one complained: " bought a sun'.an lotion because I always redden and blister. The first dny I rubbed it on one arm as a sort of test. I burned all LUXORA NEWS The Rev. and Mrs, A. B. Hill and children of Poplar Bluff, Mo,, were visitors here for the day Monday. Mrs. T. I,. Stanford, Mrs. W. C. Howard, and Charles S. Howard spent the day Jn Memphis Monday. Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Castllo left Sunday for Campbell, Mo., for a week's visit with Mr. Castlio's moth- BATURDAT, JULY 12, 1951 Royal Langsdon, and Mrs. Todd as guests. High score WM en by Mrs. Willie Ella, and second was won by Mrs. G. c. Driver The hostess served a dessert course iter the games. Mrs. Laura Koch returntd home Wednesday aft»r a month'* Tlsit with relatives in Missouri «nd Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Tnloc4 left Thursday for a two weeks' v»- :atlon trip to Sea Island, <3a., and i tour of various beaches In Plorld* Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Roaelle »nd children, Ann and B, Mr. and Mr«. Ray Olive and Children, Tommy and Raymond and Peggy Tari returned home Saturday from a weeks' v»- caton In Pensacola, Da. Important to Do Things o Do For Them 'ter flvm Mrs. ..... from West Point, Miss., where Kiipsts of M rs . Reid's Homer Ellis, and rela- Thrifty Sewing For You ' By Sue Burnett Just wrap and tie and you're ready for a busy mornbis. This marvelous style saves time and fabric in the making—can double n* n jumper when cooler weather arrivc-.i. Pattern No. 8820 is a sew-ritc perforated pattern in sizes 12 16 18 20; 40, 42. Size u. 3\ yards of'35- inch. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATfER.v NUMBER lo Sue Burnett. Courier News. 375 Quinry St.. Chic.igo 6 111 Bnsic FASHION tor '52 is filled with Ideas to make your clothes budget go further—time-savin? and economical designs dial are easy to sew. Gift pattern printed inside". 25 cents. Mrs. Foster Is Honoree at Party Mrs. James E. Posicr was finest of honor Inst night at n drop tn parly given by Miss Betty Ann Mullins, Mrs. Foster was married In a double ring ceremony at Hernando on July 5. Mrs Foster Is the former Miss Dorothy Rollison, daughter of Mrs. L. C. Hollison and the late Mr. Holllson. Centering the refreshment table ivas silver candelabra holding pink tapers and flanked on each side with crystal bud vases holding pink carnations. The gift table was centered with a bridal doll in formal attire. Mrs. Foster was presented a gift and pink carnation corsage. For the occasion she wore ri trousseau model fashioned of navy sheer over pink taffeta. Mrs, Ilolllson was a special guest. Mrs. Rose Is , Hostess to Club Mrs. n. T. na<e entertained members of La Finesse In connection with the Ladics's Dny yesterday at the Country Club. Her guests Included Mrs. Jane Carson nnd Mrs. Walter Daniels of Kelscr. \Vlnntni: bridge games were Mrs. Whitney Morgan. Jr., and Mrs. Jack Webb, first and second respectively Officers Elected by Brotherhood More than 300 people were present last nicht nt a meeting of the 3rothcrhood ot Calvary Baptist hurch for an election of officers. Serving as president for the com- c year is Ncal Ocnrlan. Other officers are T. c. Hopper, vicepresident: Jack Tapp, secretary; Sddle Ease, treasurer; BIU Tegetii-! Off. publicity chairman. j Dinner wxi senrrt to members i ind cuesls. preceding the business Cession. mi,i.ht L ' >,°' noll ' !0 » »"d her S'^ursty £«fc™"- ton l 5 , r' °'\" • M " Dcly or Washlng- ~£cr'£rentr^nd\i;? L.. M. Moody. Sr.. of u c ]| while iMovci-Hiir from a recent Illness, Mrs. I, L. Burl^o nof Long View lex,. Is the guest of Dr ami vfrs J. M. Walls. Miss Bonnie Sbc) lp!1 rd.l s , W1 /|,, C( | n her home duo to second and third degree burns she received to an accident on a picnic Cpl. Wllll.m H. Knliint, stationed So ,fT? Chnffce. is ,s,,cndtng his ! 30-day furlough with his Brails vvn.it a Bie.it many modern parents don't seem to realize is that It Is not as imprimm to do tilings for your children as to do thlnes ulih them. . ^ The: Browns ure nn example of i^ Brown works hard to give his family everything he e a n . Mrs. Brown tries to give the children every "advantage." The Browns actually do a lot for their children. But they do almost nothing with them. Night after night the children arc lett with a sitter while the Browns go out When there arc guests the children are out of sight by the time "Hosts arrive. = Ruth Mlllctt along. So actually, though the Bro'.m children have a great many advantages given to them, their parent do very little with them. They are shut out from any real participation in family life In fact there Is no real family life so far as! working and playing together are concerned. The Browns are missin" the real satisfactions of parenthood and their children are missing the real warmth and security of family life simply because the Browns don't realize that what you do with your . children Is even more important than what you are able to do for them. Mrs. Bowen Thompson and daughter, Betty Bowen. who have been in Conway for the past 6 weeks where Mrs. Thompson attended summer school, returned home Tuesday. Miss Marilyn Owens, who completed nor nursing training in St. the over extent my arm—it was per-,. - — n *.... D .. fcctly white. I expected to be tan- i Vincent Hospital. Little Rock. ...» ned b.v the lotion hut found it was j firsl °' July, Is the tiauseguest of | her mother. Mrs. Julia Owens, and her grandparents. Mr. sin! Mrs. R. j C. Bryant. Mrs. Lester Stevens spent last. a \va c te of money." That is a silly letter. The girl found a lolion which prevented a painfi:! sunburn, nermilmg her to , absorb healthful sun rays, perhaps. and she wasn't satisfied. Her sun- . u-eek end in Memphis visiting rela- Mrs. S. S. Patterson'ivlJ| S 'leai-e BTusTn <° »c a patient at the dcrgo surgery Monday. """ Dorcus Class Meets At Baptist Church Member, of ti, c Dorcas-Claw of the First, Baptist church met ,il. •!:30 yesterday at the church when _—-. ... K. Alexander and Mrs H ^. Uhambers were hostc.wes Mrs M. W. Lewis presided over n business se.wion for the 13 present. Mrs. I. L. Burlison, guest of Dr and Mrs. J. M . Walls ,,,„„, , ong View. 'rex, was a guest of the class Mrs,,C.-3: Lemons ottered pravcr to bf.glanhe devotional which w-is "Transfiguration," e i vcn bv Mr . Clntidc RoJand. Refreshment were served by the hostesses. At the Hospitals • .. . Blytheville Hospital .. Mrs. Ralph Davis and bnby, steele Teresh Asevcdo. Armorcl Walls ilns]ill.Al Mrs. Floyd Doyle, nnd baby, Cily Mrs. Leonard Morton. Rt, 2 Mrs. Gloria Morris, city Mrs. Ruth Young. Cnriithcrsvllie To help your child relax nnd sleep on these hot summer nl'hts be sure his lied is equipped with a level, resilient mattress and sprint: that will properly .support his body" moi wnen she is working. And M r Brown doesn't want them bothering htm when he has an occasional free evening nt. home. When It comes time for a vacation, the children are left with n relative or paid sitter, and the Browns go off to spend their vacation with another couple or two They claim it wouldn t be vacation to lake.' their chli Coming Events Saturday Mrs. Blan S. Heath and Mrs. Tom D. Miller are honoring Miss Prar "s McHaney from 4 to 6 p.m. at » > Heath home. Monday Business Women's Circle of the First Presbyterian Church has 8 p.m. meeting at home of Mrs. E B Thomas. Circle One of Trinity Baptist Church'has ,.2 p.m. meeting with Mr Jame KelK nt 2(M^J<,llnnci r tivcs. tan lotion—obviously a good one - i Lester Stevens Is in Memphis, would have protected her and at-! Tennessee, on a business trip for fordL-d n gradual tan. But people ! several days. who burn easily cannot tan over- ! Mrs. Lester Stevens entertained [ii"ht. Most times they are lucky to j her two table matrons bridge club tan at all. ! at her home on Monday night. She A good suntan lotion which .' had a guest table with Mrs. O. C. screens out burning rays can help [Driver, Mrs. Russell Bowen. Mrs. you if u.ied faithfully. But tanning! denends on the skin of the Individual, and there will be many different reactions from the use ot the -same lotion. Be sure your lotion is a good one. Consult your physician but dont' be a guinea pig and trust to a lotion about which you know nothing. There are many good sutl . tan lotions available—one has been approved by the committee on co- rustics of the American Medical Read Courier News classified Ads Lunch irom Vending Machine to Corns Soon NKW YORK l/IV-Pcople who eat on the run soon may be able to get a complete lunch—Including hot sandwiches—from one vending machine. . A device Is being manufactured ' with seven compartments which dispenses, when the -proper coins arc inserted. Juices .hot or cold sandwiches, pics, pastries, coffee and chocolate milk. Twenty - mil e-long Icebergs wore sighted In J9-I8 by Australian air reconnaissance In the Antarctic cle Two at 2 pm Tuesday Country Club Duplicate Bridge League plays weekly games. Wednesday Mrs. Le'.\'!° Henderson entertains Thursday Thursday Rook club meets in the home of ,\fr s . Eugene Brown Blytheville Duplicate Brid"e e.igiie has regular night meeting. Friday Mrs. Marvin Nunn, Jr., is hostess to La Finesse Club at 1:30 p.m. Saturday Blythevllle Duplicate Bridge League plays afternoon games. Mississippi County Singing will be held tomorrow at 2 p.m. Full C.ospel Tabernacle. Leagu FARM LOANS fiom form income wifhou) penalty T/ii.1 /-Vimmj.i FARM INCOME PRIVILEGE i* written inttt your note ir/ip» yon fin re *i loan from TERRY Abstract & Realty Co. 21S Wnlntil Phone 23S1 Mortgage Loans of All Kinds Opi'ii li::«) p.m. Show Starts at Dusk. 2 Shows Every Nile Saturday Only Double Feature 'KIT CARSON' Wil hDana Andrews ANNOUNCEMENT Our office will be closed for two weeks —July 14th through July 27th. J. E. Beasley,M.D. Serial: Riders of Dcalli Valley & Cartoon SUN.-MOX. Coleen Gray Charles 'Bickferd Trances (Vi j I SMS Also Cartoon & Comedy ANCING HTLY! 24 HOUR SERVICE! 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PLUS: "THE STEEL FIST" With noddy .McDo>v.i!l Make use of the earring *,»* wasn't lost by clipping it to the sow of a black velvet ribbon »nd tielng it around your R-rist. Guaranteed When you take your watch to Thompson's, you can be assured of the very finest watch repair work. All work guaranteed and you'll get quick service, tool CREDIT JEWELERS e~z LOCAL cstvir KH LOCAL PfOPl€ SV LOCAL PfOPLf GIFTS 114 W. MAIN Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Admission 9c & 30c At All Times Saturday T)ni)blc Feature ff ASH URUE FUZZY Serial: The Tigerman Also Cartoon Sun—Mon Double Feature ••"— M-E-M ptesenls CLARK Also "Kino of the Congo" Serial & Cartoon SUNDAY and MONDAY FIGHTING RAILROAD CREWS BATTLE FOR THE ONLY RIGHT OF WAY! O'BRIEN • HAYDtN ! AGGER-ELLIOT-BETTGER THEATRt 1'ainmount .\CH-S, Cartoon & .Voveltv Reel RITZ GUESTS .Mr. and Mrs. Pat Tate & Family Mr. and Mrs. Horace Walpole Mr. and Mrs. Mac Williams Mr. anrl .Mrs. S. 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