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BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Jane Shelton, Society Editor New& Phone 4461 Navy Blue, White Party Continues Bridal Events Handmade tallies of navy bhip and white Hriomed 7,'ith miniature anchors last night were used by the three tables of gupslj? who attended the 8 p.m. desert brLdpe at the Paul Pryor home, feting brirlr- el«t Miss Mary Sue Crnfwn. Miss Crafton will be married Marrh 15 to Ens. G. A. Mines. Jr., nf Norfolk. Va. MUs Melba Pryor and Mrs. Lillian Frank ttere co-hostow.os for the pre-nuptial party and the dwen scheme was repeated in the arrangements of M'hitfi mrnatiom and gladioli in crystal VB-SPS. A mjnifititre map of the state »f Virginia, where the honorep will make her home following her marriage, was done in the selected colors to designate h«r place at a smnll table. Bridge was played wiili Mr.*,. F, E. (Jtley winning hieh .score. Mrs. F. L. Husbands, second high s n d Mrs. Don Kerboiich, bridge. A supdp cloth ensemble of beiye and watermelon pink was worn with harmonizing accessories by Muss .Crafton for the occasion. She wa-s presented white carnations, a gift- of the hostesses who also gave her Jfnen for her new home. Mrs. Rupert Craiton. mot her 01 the honoree, was a special guest. |Dell Supper Club 'Meets at Hut OJitler sprinkled grr-ej) b.ll.s .'rom which extended tinted Breen carnations tind while shamrock clusters | and set In a circle of plistenin™ for[ e.st prec-n shamrocks decorated the i American Legion Hut last night tor' i the monthly supper-dance of the i I»l supper Club. • Mr. and Mrs. nil] Slovnll, Jr.. and : Mr. and Mrs n. B Cran-Ior!) were hosts anc! hostesses lor the event.; | for which they had chrsen a St. • : Patrick's thcmo. \ \ The reception anri ballrooms were jstiulrtetl with the holldny flower ar- I ran^einrnUs and burning atop the .'rustic ljr<!lroorn mantel uere preen ; j tapers at eitlu-r side of the lloral j i study. The lireplaces of the rooms in xvhlch the IflO members undj »m'sLs were entertained held roar- : int lo« fires. Miss Charley Ruth Blnnkenship ! of Dell and Mi.-s noris Sione, Miss! ; Illankenship roommate at Memphis ;.S!.ile ColJofie were tajf-Ms for flic 1 I e^'enint; and san^ a medley of Irish I folk ,nn^, ! j Following dinner, I ho evi'niny wn-s, i ;;pi?nt \n rinnritif? with a iichl su [per being served at midnight. Bits of News llloittu l Surprise Shower Given in Home Mr. and Mrs. C. C. McCllle last • night were host, and hostess at their home to members of the St. Stephen's Episcopal Cruirch Choir and their husbands and wives following choir rehearsal, at a surprise lay- ttte shower honoring Mrs. A. A. Predrlckson. The guests spent Ihe evening informally during which Rifts were presented the honoree. Mrs. McClue was assisted by Mrs. Richard BecXer tn serving party foodj. Mrs. Lynn Hughes Entertains at Club A dessert bridge at the Country Club yesterday wns given by Mrs. Lynn Hughes for La Nueve club members and guests. Mrs. Sanford Bhelton, Mrs. Leonard Oldham and Mrs. Bob Warren. Jonquils and Spring blossoms were arranged on the sunporch of the club where tre guests were reated. Prizes in the afternoon's game vent to Mrs. clarence Webb and Mrs. Ben Mac white. Style-Right For Matrons By Sue Burnelt New and sparklinc !or a busy season — a handsome afreiuoon frock that is the latest news in styles for The more nvuure fienre. Rows of dainty lare trim the waist top. scalk-pi edge sleeves atic. from closing. Pattern No. 8818 is a srw-iue perforated pattern in sizes 36 33 40.42. 44, 46. 43. 50. 52. Size 33 W yards of 39-inch. For this pattern, send 30o in COINS, your nr.mo, aricirc.= «. MZC desired, and the PATTERN xtM- BER lo Sue Burnett. Courier Xcivs 375 Quincy St.. Chieaso 6. 111. Basic. FASHION for '52 i= Sir.™ with ideas to make your clothes budget co further—time-savmc nnri economical riesiens that are ca.-y to tew. Gift pattern printed inside K cents. Bridge-Luncheon Given at Club Luncheon at the Country Clubj and nn nffernoon of playing bridge*/ ycslcrday er^tertninetf T h \i r srj n y i Cluh tn embers niul one giipst, Mrs.; H. C. Sims. j NSrs. E, B. ace took hiRli score in] the bridge game followtnR Umchcon,' with Mrs. R. D. Hughes, winning second high. Mrs. Frank Seay Joins GEO Club Mrs. Frank Seay last night became a new moinber of the, OEO Club. Mrs. J. C. Ellis. Jr., enter- ! tamed club members and I'm guests.] Mrs. Orady Maijce ancl Mrs. w. H. | b'Kecfc at her home for the weekly evening of bridge. Mrs. .lames nosers took hitrh score In the Kime. with Mrs. Scayj wlnntnp; second high and Mrs. Har-: old Davis, bridgo. Damons Honored At Housewarming Twenty pncsts last nicht cnllect nt the ncv home of ^^r. nnri Mr.-;. Emit Dnmnn on North Spconri Street for a surpri.w house warm- Inc. A buffet pat luck supper was served by the guests. Gifts for the new home were prpsenteri nnri the remainder of the evening .spent in party gnmcs and informal enter- tnSnmcnt, Mrs. Speck McGregor htid chnrpe of arratiKement-s. the Mid-Week Club Meets in Home Lunrhron nt th*> Chick a^a Avenue home of Mrs. Harry ITfllncs yrsterrtny pr eroded weekly ^ftpnioon nf plnyinp; britUp lor Micl-\Vcek Chih meinhrrf:. Senlcct at tho dinintr Uble for the two foiu.se luncheon, a Sprlnp air was ndflrrJ by the rontrnl drsfcn of colorful jonquils, whicli brimmed Irom a low bow!, Mr*. M. O. Usrey took hich score In the bridge Rnme. with Mrs. Cecil Shane winntnc second hish. Mr. and Mr*. U. S. BlanXenship had as their Thuiv-day guests, their : dfuiRhtPr, MUs Charlf-y Ruth Blank- fnship, and h*r roomjnate at Mem- jihi.s State College, MIA.S Doris Stuie Kdwin W;i]],ice, son of Mr. and .Mrs, W, E. Wallace. Billy Efj'-varrK , ; r>n of Mr and Mrs Shields Kd- v.;u-ds und Charlf.s Booker, .son of Mr ,T!irJ Mrs. Uplon fk.'-ker airivod kt.'t nj^ht from the University of Arkansas where they nr? .student. 11 ; to spend the weekend with their j Mr.-. I'arvui McOcnnott hn.s been j jvnxnrMl to her Jiome IITIH -M-'Hiphw : Mcluoili.st Hospital where .she had I licen n patient for thn-e weeks, Her ! ("iiclition is reporfd n* improved. | M i o S;ira Maii'i.-on, who Is a | .'.t.iciriu, at Arkniif-nK Tech, Kusjsoll-| ville is (,hc wcckrmi RUOJI. of her i paR'iiLs-, Mr. and Mrs. GJu^ Hnrri- :-viii. Kr. I Cii;n'lo,> Rjiy .VeutTJiiib xva.s n(i- > initu-d to Memphi-t Rapust lias- ! pil.il tn'tiny. j M:ss J-;nnn TWNIT nf Yazoo Cit.y.i ,\ti:s , ,niTivcd today ro be the weekend ijupst of P. D. Footer. Jr., ntid his parenu. Mr. nml Mrs, P. D. Foster. | Mrs. B. A. Lynch Is in Marlanna' today to he Ihe overnight ciin.st of her brother. Louis Mann Mr. Mann K . e uprTlrH<?nden£ ol Ihe Marianna P'ate Walliire, who has been ser- inusly 11! for the pa-st week has been admitted to Walts Hr.spltnl [or treatment. His condition 1.5 rerrortcrt as slightly improved- Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Brewer will have n.s (heir weekend cviest.s Dr. BrtH'er'.s sister, Mrs. Chnrlo-; Fer- ptiRon and brother. J. L- EJrower and Mrs, Brewer of Smithland, Ky, Mr. nnd Mrs, Aubrey Comvny will return Monday from St. PPtcr.sburi?, Fin., where they huve been vac a-! lioning for several works. Fns. G. A, nines, Jr. will arrtve Sunday from Norfolk. Va., "'here he is .stationed, to he th« guest ol Ills fiancee. Miss Mary SUP CrnfLon anri her parents, Mr, and Mr*, Ru- prrt Crnfton. Mw. Cet:il Shane and Mrs. H. H. Ho«.ichins are in Memphis today and w LI 1 r e t u r n torn or row. , Mrs. EdEfir O.slin arid daughter, Karen, of Little Hock are visiting here RS une.sfs of Mr. and Mrs, C. L. ncnnctt. They will return home Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. ftiiwell Phillips will return from Df?Iray Bervch. Fla, Monday where they have been va- oal.ioninc. Mrs. Jack O'Keefc and dniwhter. inn of Memphis are the weekend guests of Mrs- O'Keefe's parrnU. -. and Mrs L ...\Y, M. Burns. Head Courler'Kcwx Classified Adi Guests Meet With Kibitzer Club Three cu^-ts piayrd bnrisp xvilh j Kibilzpr Club mrmhcrs yrstcrrt.iv | when Mrs. ,Mr.\ Ciivlis CIUPI•t.uiicrt i with n dessert brlrtse nt hrr home ! near Manila. Mrs. Enrl YViMy. M[.<s Nanry mielies anri Mrs John S. M\iri<nn were the rluh's SUPJIS and for (he event. Sprins b!:'f.--ft;ns in p.n,-ir! tonrj dcooralorl tlic cntrriMnmc Mr?. Griircr Hubb.irrt. Jr.. lm>l; hisrh .=r,n-o ui :he hridr.o catnr. \<ut\ M:.s. Unny A. Hnines \\inn1nL; sri-- • find rush anrt ^tr5 Robert G. Mr- ' I H^Jiev. brideo. i Mr«. Hixisnn. \vh.i mnkcs her ', \ lioinc 1 ill FT, Piifo. Trx.. anrt is vis- ! iilliMT her ii.tirnts. Mr. and Mrs. E. i • I!. \v<io<isoii -.VAS an out-of-town ! :Mrs. Grover Wren jJoins Rook Club i 1 M:? Grn-,rr Wren of O^ce-la :,es- (eiriav hr.-iirr.r a nrv niemhcr nl i ihe Tiiuv.-dny R(vk Club, vvhon Mrs .Neville Bl.ikriv.ore was hos!e,-r !nr • i the \vcrkly ?e>sio]l. 1 ! fv.i;rd m a flovvpr .idorned enter- : ' ta;nin! rro:n. nviV: was played with ' ; Mr.=. W. ». M 3>,) -..iniiim h:;hi scnrc. Mrs. T. O, Hury. second hish | anrt Mrs I.eon Schcrer. rrokn. A dosser: course -Aa.> ser\c<i. AMAZING VALUE! fine cosmetics For you want the fi]ie« in eo?- metlcs, consult Psiilf.ni tor Luzlers' perranali7«-cl beauty service. In Blythevillc, come to Paulean's V SHOP 1521 Krsrn — Phone 2SS!> HELENA RUBINSTEIN'S NEW S? AY- LONG Lipsfick Sampler 5 fabulous colors for only SJH'I i.il otTor from Helm,! KiiNui-lrin! Try ") fli;ulr« of S[;u--I.o:ip l.ip^lirk in fl'rci.ilfiwi— for on lyoOf ! 5!ay-r.onc ii tlir firel truly rrrfTiiry iiuJcliMo iip- ?lirk tlinl stay? on all rlay Innsr! It KIIII'I come oil on your ciyarcllr, napkin or gl,i?5 — nc\er rlhr.f lip?! ICarl\ onr 15 a flilTrrent, cxcitinj! .Sprine jliaiic. Try .ill ftvo. See whirli onr? do tlio tno?l for you — ami for your favorite rostunic! l.imilcd iinaiUity ! Rothrock Drug Co. Mrs. Joe Neeley Entertains Club Mr«. Jot Nwley last nl?)il was' hostess at her home (o TLE Cluh members for an evening of playing bridge. Mrs. QUo Scrape look hich KOIC. with Mrs. Neeley winntns second hiBh and Mrs. Hnrman Turner bridge. A dessert cnur.sc vras sen-ed and for trie event, clusters of Sjirini? blossoms marked the entertaining room. 1 ; , I£u7.elian Class Meets In \V. R. Oenniiig Home Fraycr by Mrs. A. T. Hays last mght opened the monthly snmi and business meeting or the EUM- llan class of First Baptist Church when Mrs. w. R. oennlnif was flans hostess at her home. Mrs. E I. BO?KS and Mrs. Une Nov.-oll were co-ho.5te.«es. Mrs. w. w. Mitchell gave the de- votlonnl after which Mrs. James Lumforcl led In prayer. The business session, which was composed of reports of oflu-crs chairmen and group captains closed with a prayer led by Mrs. Joe Flamey. si. Patrick ihpme came.'; later were played In ihe .social hour and in the game til fashions. Mrs. Dar- irll Swannr-r was a prize winner Capsule friends for February were levelled and names drawn tor March friends. The* hostesses served refreshments to the 19 members and one guast, ,\frs. Terry LOUR. To conserve aluminum foil, wash It In soapy water; rinse, pat dry and smooth II out ready for use again. nrnrt Courier News Classified Ads. Armore) HD Club has Potluck Luncheon Meeting Twelve members and eisht guests "i (he Armorcl Home Demonstration Club met yesterday at the home of Mrs. w. o. Anderson for a potluck luncheon-business session. A devotional by Mrs. C. c. Elliott preceded the addre.ss, "Poultry" given by MM. Anderson. | The afternoon's "oye-ope.ner" *-as : a leather jacket and woven bas- j Ifet .shown bj 1 Mrs. VV. L. Smith. A demonstration of interior decorations and color harmony vvas fhott-n by Mrs. Gertrude- Holimnn. I county home demonstration agent j and Mrs. Coady n. Eaton, color ! stylist for a local store. ' Mrs. Ifoliman s|mke on cleaning j upholstery and the meeting closed '.vith repeating o! the woman's ,' creed. | In the pnrnos followini?. Mrs. W. E. Edmonrtson was a prize winner. Door prize was won by Mrs. Stan- ! ton Pepper. FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1952 Children's Personality Faults Might Be Traced Back to Parental Managing ' little demons all to start pushine her children r "They've been •. e ' umrt ~° « v « ' ocrr.lh« • i > Monrt h hor t»-oyon.iB- ! courteous requests, to scold before to a mend, who had offered to „-.,;, i,,,, .„„».• look after the children while the ,, j . JL tn , BctK t " e u ' holc itor >'' lo mother entertained her study cl"b y ° busy whcn the child '— ..... -'•-- League Plays at Hotel; Winners are Named A six-table Howcll movement last nicht was played by the Bly- thcville. Duplicate Bridge I^a»ue, will) Mis. >oy Ktchipson and Mrs. Ge-onie Wisas winning first place honors. Playing nt iloti'l Nohle. -Mrs. O. W. McCutcheon and Mrs. Jim Roleson took second high and Mis. Au- drcanell Freeman and Mrs. Harold Numi, third score. for hmcheon. The two "little demons" were an- uebc for the Iricnil. This sort of thins; happens to mothers so often there must be a lot-ica! explanation tor the phenomenon. Haven't you often haci a grandparent, a babysitter or a neighbor tell you how well - behaved y our children are. when you know they've been behaving like wild Indians around home? Sure you have. " Ruth"Mlllclt E v e r y mother 1ms. So there must be a reason for it. Perhaps It's that others see our children at their )j<?5t because they treat the youngsters with more courtesy, respect and tact than -xc do. tn the hurry and bustle of the day's work it is easy for a mother would act the same way. That's the accepted explanation.. Isn't it just an excuse we mothers have concocted for forsettinB that children are reaily little people, who resent unjust scolding, being pushed aside, and being made to feel "in the way?" No wonder they act like little demons I asks for companionship In a reasonable way, VOL'H CHJM>KFx DKSKHVF. COIJRTKSV Perhaps, if «- c (ricd alv3yf to ; treat our own children with as! much courtesy as we treat other i people's children, It would be a! different story, j the" 5 '"' 1 ' VC t/> ° °' lcn Shr " E ""''' that if anyone else had them for any lensth of time, the yotmastcrs Coming Events Salurday Informal dancing at Country Club beginning at 9 p.m. Mrs. J. M. Walls and Mrs. Ralph Nichols entertaining Miss PiSnry Sue Craffon with morning party. Dessert bridge a; Hotel' Noble honorinf; Miss Mar.V Sue Crafton. Read Courier News Classified Ads. Cash & Carry Week-End Special! Gladiolas - Carnations The FLOWER SHOP ttlcncoc Hotel Blylhcville A l the Hospitals Blyllicvilll! Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. -Vola Powell. Leachville Jo« Alexander City Ours Alone In Blytheville SOFT Cy»..,slendcrlj' designed ... for Half-Sim in Juillinrd's SHAREEN. Now diAinond-vvi-avr texture, Klingrilc-lailorcd into Tine slr.iiglil lines you love to wear li.wttm.iric arrowhead tln.nl <1t | apc ] noirhr, and su.iv,- ,)o< krts. Si/rs 12/, lo 22/, in muted Gold. I'mk or Blue. 69 95 its WHITSITTS "Because You Like Smart Things Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 9c & 30c At All Times LAST TIMES TONTTE PAL I»ITKS 2 For the Price of One 2 Ree! Comedy & Girfoon SATURDAY ONLY! Double Feature —PLUS— Charles BtCKFORD Barton Matt AN E! Cavloon & Serial I'iraCcs Harbor SUNDAY S MONDAY Double r'ealure CLIFT-TAYLOR «* WINTERS. GEORGEy SoM h, (HAS. S. I.KMONS. FlirnKure I • So>iifo<,i«n CuoronKtd RECLEANED SOYBEANS MEAN GREATER YIELDS! l-d I's Cli-.iti Your Scot! Snylx-ans. \Vc Have 'l«o Modern ClMncrs. Inrrpa'se the I'uritv of 'our Seed, Have Them Kudrnncil. 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