The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 8, 1950 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 8, 1950
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PAGE FOTTK (ARK.)' COURIER HEWS Jane Shelton, Society Kditm Miss Lintzenich Weds j*l In Kentucky Rites Miss Carolyn Llnlzcntcli, dnugh- fer of Mrs. Prannie Llntnenlch and the lato C. L. Lintzenich, of Blytheville, became the bride of Jim Berry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Z. B. Berry of Manila In a ceremony performed June 1st In Lexington, Ky, The announcement of the single ring ceremony is made today by the bride'.s mother. The Rev. Rlley Wllkerson of the Immanuel Baptist Church officiated Mr. nnd Mrs. R. B. Hodge. Jr., of Lexington were the couple's only attendants. Mrs. Berry was a member of the 1950 senior high class and while in hiph school was a member of Ihe Red Pepper and Garden Clubs nnd served as maid to both the football and senior class queens. She attended the 19« Girls State in Little Rock. Mr. Berry was nlso a member of the 1350 senior high class. He R member of the Ohlr-ki-saw football tram and the "li" Club, HP served as 1949 basketball team cau- taln. Mr. Berry will enter college in September. • * t Drop-la Compliments Patterson Houseguest A drop-in at the s. S. Patterson home on Main was given yesterday afternoon from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Jor Miss Jo Ann Lloyd of Jackson. Miss., houseguest of Miss Vivian Patterson. iMAHIUAGE TOIJ) — The June 1 e x- chaiigc of imp- lial vows of Miss Carolyn I. i n t 7. enich, (In 11 gh t or of Mrs. Fa n n i e rjntzenicli and the late C. L t-/.enich of L''-. B I y I I) cville f/ with Jim Berry of Manila, was announced tort a y b y the bride's mother. Approximately 25 guests called to greet Miss Lloyd. Misses Patterson and Lloyd received the' gue-ts in the entertaining room of the home, which was decorated with bowls of pastel shaded blossoms. Assorted party foods were served from the refreshment table, whicl was presided over by Miss Vivini Taylor and Miss Joann Tricseh mann. A low bowl of vari-huec blossoms intermingled in grecnerj centered the table. Miss Phylois Crank of Louisa Va., houseguest of Miss Betty Blue was an out of town guest. • • • Club, Guests Meet; Mrs. Sudbury Hostess Mrs. Graham Sudbury was hostess to members of club Eight and three guests yesterday at her home fo r the weekly dessert bridge meeting. Mrs. Gene Bradley, Mrs. C. W. Garrigan, and Mrs. Sam Owen Were the club's guests.. Mrs. H. G. Partlow won high score for trie bridge .game,, with second high .being won-by MrsrCvlO. Poelz •nd bridgb by^/Mrs. Jesse MV White. Mixed summer blossoms were |>laced : In the room, in which the »roup'was seated uid throughout the home. • * • At The Hospitals HcwplUl Dismlzstd: Catherine Louise Patey, Cooler Worth Neely, Huffman. Mrs. Frank May, city. James Seymore, Maud. Okla. Wills HospiUl Dismissed: Phil Grady Smith; City. Clyde Talklngton, Steele. SQUARE DANCE TOGS Miss Long, Honovce At Birthday Dinner Miss Frances Long was guest of honor Tuesday night at the monthly meeting of the Y. M. Birthday Oltib. The eight members and two guests, Miss Doris Clark and Mrs J. W. Bagwell, were entertained at the home of Mrs. Charlie Hicks. A pink and white linen clotli overlaid the dining table from which dinner was served. Following dinner, the large white birthday cake, bedecked in florcttcs of pink and holding thn club's traditional six candles was cut, and served the guests. Remainder of the evening was spent in games, with prizes being presented Mrs. Clexton Eubanks and Miss Clark. The club gift was presented Miss Long. • • • Misses Black, Crank Feted With Luncheon Miss Betty Black and her houseguest, Miss Phylois Crank of Louisa, La., were honored guests yesterday wh'en Mr*. Joun Caudlll'and Mrs. s. E. ! Tune entertained with a 1 p.m. luncheon at the Country Club. Cynbldlum orchids were presented the honorces from the hostesses for the occasion. These were pinned at the shoulder of the pastel hued afternoon frocks worn by the guests of honor. Miss Black was dressed tn pink linen, while Mlis Crank selected a printed design. •'The glass topped square arranged tables were topped at the center point with a flat bowl filled with shaded pansies. Miss Virginia Williams of Osceo- a was an out-of-town guest. • • • The chief source of the world's supply ol amber is the Baltic coast of Geimany Lithuania and Latvia. Missourians Wed In Home Ceremony STEELE, Mo., June 8—Before * background of white gladioli and fern, Miss Mary Alice Pritcnard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs W. L. Pritchard, Holland, became the bride of Francis Hodge .Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hodge, Steele in a home wedding, May 4. The double ring ceremony was said by Ifayden Mahon. minister of the Holland Church of Christ. Mrs. P. A. Coleman, sister of lr__ bride, served as matron of honor and wore a dark green sheer with touches of white. James Hoy Marshall attended Mr. Hodge as best man. The bride wore a yellow suit with white accessories, and carded a spray of gardenias on a white prayer book. After a bridal trip to points In Florida and Gnlfport, Miss., the young couple will be at home in Steele. • • • Coming Events Thursday Mary Martha Sunday School lass of First Baptist Church meets at home of Mrs. Ben T. Mays »t 7 p.m. Jor politick supper. Friday Mrs. Farris McCalla «nd Mrs. Robert Porter entertaining Friday Club at the Porter home with 1 p.m. uncheon. By Sue Burnett Your young daughter will do a grand 'swing your partner 1 in this full circle skirt that whirls gjyly to the fiddle music. To match there's a be-rutfled blouse that's the easiest kind of sewing Pattern No. 8G09 ts a sew-rite per.'oraled pattern for sizes 6 8 10, 12 and 14 years, size 8, skirt Ii* yards of 33-Inch; blouse, l-n' yards; S'.j yards ruffling. For this pattern, send 25 cents m COINS, your name, address sirt desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier Ne« 530 South Wells Street, Chicago 7 Send 25 cents now for the Sprlnp «nd Summer FASHION. 48 pages of new styles, fabric news, apecia: features. Free pattern printed Inside the book. •ox Is No Apple CHICAGO. (XP) - Patrolman Jharles Schuenemann of the sub- irban Riverside police is no apple polisher. But the fox he polished off served the same purpose. He shot and killed the prowling animal near the chicken coop of his boss—Police Chief William Bartels Miss Jo Ann Lloyd of Jackson Miss., is visiting here as guest of Mas Vivian Patterson and her mother, Mrs. S. S, Patterson. Mis. B. p. Gay has as her hou'e- guest Mr. and Mrs. Ben H. Green and family of Hot Springs MLss Maureen Morris, has arrived home from Nashville, Tcnn., where she was graduated from St. Cecilia Academy after having been a student there for five years. Valedictorian of her class, Miss Norits also received several other honors. Sho was "Honorable Lady In Waiting" for the May Day program and participated in the Class Night, p|ay At the play, a song which AiLw Morris composed, and was later adopted by the class as the class song, was sung. She received a gol'l medal for the top scholastic award _aftcr presentation of diplomas. She received an award in an area essay competition. She served as editor of the school nnnual, president of the Music Club and vice-president of the National Honor Society. She was accompanied home by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel P Norris, who atended the commencement ceremonies. Mrs. Rube Seville, Mrs, James Nierstheimer and Miss Margie Be- vilte, will return Saturday from Detroit, Michigan, where they have been visiting as guests of Mrs. Be- vllle's brother, John Bl'yeans Mrs. Mollie Abbott of Dexter, siscer of Mrs. Bevllle and Mr. Bryeans, also accompanied the group to Detroit. Miss Ruth McKisson Is reported in satisfactory condition following an appendectomy at Memphis Hospital. She will be removed to her home at Netlleton this weekend. She Is 1950-51 secretary of the Blytheville Band. The Rev. William B. Martin will arrive here Saturday to spend several dnys as guest at the rectory, pud of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Roberts. Mr. and Mrs. Roberts will entertain with an Informal reception at their home for him Sunday from 2 to 5 p.m. The former Blytheville man was ordained last week and celebrated his first high mass last Sunday In Boys' Town Chapel? He will say 10 a.m. Mass here Sun- flay at the Immaculate Conception Church. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mahon left yesterday for Memphis where they will spend several days as guests of Mr. Manon's sister. Mr. and Mrs. Mahon recently returned from St. Louis where they attended the bait games and visited points of interest. They were accompanied by Mrs. Lester Bailey and daughters of Hay- Mrs. Howard Hamfa of Cooler Is spending five weeks here as guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Nelson while Mr. Hamra attended the summer session of Arkansas State College. Jonesboro. Bob Goodrich of Oak Ridge, Tenn.. and John Thomas of Knox- vllle will be the weekend guests of Mrs. E. A. Goodrich and Mrs. Thomas who Is spending the week with her mother, Mrs. Goodrich. ' The Rev. Paul Bujarsky of De- Queen and Mrs. Paul Bujarsky. 5r. of Little Rock are visiting here as ;ucsts of the. Rev. Bujarsky's and vlrs. Bujarsky's sister and daughter. Mrs. Richard Roberts, Mr Roberts and,family. They came cs- necially for the christening of the Roberts' Infant daughter, Mary Martha, today at which the Rev- Roberts will officiate. Mr. and Mrs! C. W. Garrlgan and vlrs. Graham Sudbury are In st Louis for several days. They will motor to St. Charles. Mo. to «(•• SNIPER'S SPECIAL MENU AIL YOU CAN EAT $1.50 Air Condilioneri Dining Room -Fridcy & Saturday Fresh White River Catfish & Hush-Puppies French Fries Combination Salad All You Can Eat .50 $1 You'll Hfc our speedy «m«, tasty dishes an d low, low prices • • • after one visit you will be saying, as many others ,ay . . . i-ef'i go to Snider's." SNIDER'S RESTAURANT North 2nd Phone 2462 THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1950 —Courier New» Photo MISS BI,YTHK\1M.K CONTKSTANTS-Shown receiving a novelty name card Is Miss Myrtle Sexton, a contestant for the Miss Blytheville of 1950. Miss .Sexton Is receiving the card Irom Dei hostess, Mrs Rouse Harp, others shown left to right arc Mrs. Jack -Jhamblln. also » hostess at the party yesterday afternoon. Miss Freddie Garner, another contest ant for the coveted title, Mrs. Harp, Miss Sexton, and Mrs. Doyle Hen derson, wife of Mayor Henderson, and a special guest. Get Acquainted Party Petes Entrants In Miss Blytheville of 1950 .Contest • Miss Blytheville of 1950 and her comely runner-ups were entertained yesterday afternoon at a party at the Jaycce clubhouse.. Miss Blytheville Is yet to be selected, but as the candidates for the title arrived for the affair each was aware that In the room was "Miss Blytheville of 1950." Mrs. Rouse Harp, whp Is directing the pageant activities and Mrs Jack Chamblin, whose husband Is general chairman for the Jaycee- sponsored event, were hostesses for the informal get-acquainted party which was the first of Its kind ever held for the contestants. Miss Blytheville will be selected Friday night at Haley Field at 8 p.m. .. Mrs. Doyle Henderson, wife of Blytheville's mayor, was a special guest for the event. As each guest arrived, she was received by the hostesses and presented a tiny name card made of a doll dressed in a bouffant formal gown and wearing a banner on which the guest's name was written. Party foods were served throughout the afternoon from the made- ria draped refreshment table. Centering the table was a silver bow! from which arose daisies and summer blossoms set in beds of fern. H was centered with a tiny doll dressed in a scarlet gown and bearing a banner "Miss Blytheville" A tiny arrii bouquet completed "Miss Blytheville's" costume. Crystal and sterling table appointments were used. • The pastel hues of the afternoon frocks worn by the guesLs and hos- company Mr. and Mrs. Garrigan a daughter, Miss Gay Garrigan home from Mndemvood College. Condition of B. M. Matthews, who has been a patient at the Memphis Baptist Hospital for the past seven weeks'. Is reported as lerious. Condition of Mrs. Edd Foster, who was injured last week In a fall at iier home, is reported as improved. Mrs. Foster underwent surgery for the Injury last week at Campbell's C'intc in Memphis. Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Kirby have as their guests for several days Mrs. Kirby's nephews, Bobby Wilbourn 3f El Paso. Texas and Jimmy Conner of Baton Rouge. La. They were accomnanled by Bob Hill also of Baton Rouge. Condition of Miss Mary Jo Hall who suffered a broken left arm tn an accident last week at her home n Hampton. Vn.. Is reported as satisfactory. Miss Hall nnd her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. G, Hall of Blytheville. had just returned from a vacation, when the accident occurred in a fall ut Miss Hall's apartment. She underwent surgery yesterday at a Hampton hospital for the In- .fuiy In which the arm was broken in five places. Her parents will remain a week with her. Mr. and Mrs. Claire Miller returned from Hot Springs where they hnd spent several days. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Miller's father. R. T. Berry who will remain for a visit. Buddy Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Miller, remained In Hot Springs for a visit with his srjindporents, Mr. and Mrs. Hester Miller. Service Program Given for Circles A Roys! Service Program, "On The Rock or On The Rockj" was presented the n members and two guest* of Circlet Three and FVnir of Calvary Baptist Church at the meeting held Tuesday night at the church. Misses Dorothy Lee Rollison and Janet Sue Boyd were guests. Circle Four was In charge of Hie meeting, which was opened with group singing and prayers led by Mrs. Janey Ross and Mrs L. C. Rol- Il.-on. Mrs. Vernon Boyd of Circle Four directed the program will) Mrs. Marie Matter, Mrs. Raymond Bclfc- nap, Mrs. Lee Powell, Mrs. J. D. Widner and Mrs. p. H. Jernigan participating. Mrs. J. D. Widner is program chairman. Mrs. Luclan Galnes presented the devotional after which class singing and prayer led by Mrs. Hubert Pokgrove, was used to close the meeting. Light, fish Studied NEW YORK-W-on Btmlnl, a small tropical Island In the Bahamas group, 60 miles east of Miami, American Museum of Natural History researchers are Investigating in fish the relationship of light and hormones to growth «nd cancer. . \ The scientists divide their time between the museum's laboratories in New York and the Lerner Marine Laboratory, a museum field station, on Blinini. Their project is supported by research grants from the American Cancer Society. It has been found that fish kept In darkness develop abnormal growths, including several types of cancer. The light factor apparently reduces activity of hormone-secreting glands of the fish. The hormone ACTH is being injected Into the cancerous fish and its effects on the tumors are being studied. tesses added a summer touch to the scene. The afternoon was spent in discussion of rules for the contest and any "pointers" or bits of advice the contestants might desire. "The contest will be both fun and good "experience for the girls, each of whom I personally feel Is qualified to competently serve as Miss Blytheville," Mrs. Siarp said. Old? Get Pep r Vim , WOMEN ?&•>£, __mteO. Talse Oilrei. ContalDi !eil &Jier 40— by Ixxliej olil Jim tn -.., .ron; pliwcalrtum. Vitamin J)]. Thousand! now J r 7'WPV M f iyD( J n?er - Tr) : 0 = UelToo!c '*"»bM3 TOI»A\. Gfl Introductory ilie now for only Me. At alj drug mores everywiierp — tn Hlycheviiie at KJrby & Woodi- Drug SPECIAL SALE! 3 DAYS ONLY • Friday • Saturday • Monday Reg. $8.99 Summer Cottons &$$? ifbtes^ Choose Yours Tomorrow! This li not a clearance. Thes« dresses are pretty new lummer ilylcs taken from oar regular stock and specially priced for Jnst ihes* I days. Tuesday they to back U Ihclr regular price of $8.99. All are crisp, cofll new nnmbcrs . . . famonx nationally-advertised brands. So d« come In—Friday, Saturday or Monday. FEINBEKG'S Joseph Morrison DISTRICT LEAGUE SPKAKER— Joseph Morrison, a Stuttgart attorney, will be guest speaker this evening at the District Laymen's League Meeting to be held at the First Christian Church in Blytheville at 7 p.m. it was announced today by Billy Boone, local president of tiie league, "jimmy Sanders of Blytheville .will speak first on the current issue of the home rule amendment. Thli address will be followed, with a talk concerning "The Big Deal" by Mr. Morrison, who is state Laymen's League President. Mr. Morrison Is a former member of the Department of the Public Utilities of the State of Arkansas. He is active In civic and religious affairs of Stuttgart and at present is serving as department judgt advocate for the Stuttgart American Legion. *'&•• —- -^si Letter Opener Momenta CLINTON, HI. -<#•)— A friend went to .Niagara Palls in 1933 and brought back a letter opener for Mrs. Bernard Kolp. That started her collection of letter openers and paper knives. She now has 150 of them—most of them souvenirs of trips other people made. . Last Times Today FINALLY, at last, after a 3 year delay, you can see THE OUTLAW-/ Selected Short Subject* Friday Only Thursday & Friday —DOUBLE FEATURE—

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