The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 19, 1950 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 19, 1950
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PAGE FOUR Sacietu /\lewA (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Jin« Shelton, Society Kdilor / Phone 4461. Martha Ann Lintzenich Married To James Madison Gardner M* 1 . and Mrs. James Madison Gardner are now on an caslcrn wedding Irlp following their marriage at 10 a.m. loday al the First Baptist Church. Tlfc bride is the former Miss ^.larllin Ann Mnlzeiilc-h, riaiightcr of Mrs. Fanny Lihtxcnlrli and the late c. I,. LlnUenieh of Blytheville. Mr. Darner, who Is of Wynne and Blytheville, Is ihe son of Mr. and Mrs! Henry Gardner of Wynne, y.The Rev. E. C. Brown, paslor of the church, officiated* at the doiible ring ceremony. ;- Focal point of interest was a large wrought iron arch which marked where the wedding party gathered. Feathery fern was laced through the arch and 2 large while satin puff was suspended from the center directly over the wedding party accessories. Miss Helen Gardner, sister of thf? groom, wore a maple sugar wool gabprdlne suit complimented wilh brown accc.ssoricK. Both pinned arrangements ol yellow carnations tied in satin hows of harmoni/inir shades at Ihe shoulders of their fall costumes. i? their relnrn from an T _ branched iron candelabra eastern .vrddltig trip Mr. and Mrs holding lighted cathedral laprus Gardner will be at home at S^S N stood at either side of the arch.; Division. Swirls of greenery were entwined Oiil-of-Trm-n Ouv.sCs along the candelabra. Set directly Oiii-«f-io\rn wedding guests were in front were larso floor baskets Mis. 1 . Gardner of Wynne Mrs w filled with white gladioli and tied P. Garner. Miss Patsy Jones Mr.s In .satin bows. Hairy K. Giirdnor. Mr. and Pink and Blue Party Given for Mrs, Whittle ' Pink and blue bows marked the chair in which Mrs. Gene Whittle was scaled last night at the nil Brxswcll home for the layette shower given In her honor by Mrs Boswell and Mrs. Bill Rakcstraw. I3fcnra!»ons of the home were li further emphasis ol the pinlt am blue theme. The thirteen guests spent Ihe evening Informally in games and con- lesls wilh prizes going lo Mrs, Johi House and Mrs. Whittle. Pink and blue candles provide, Ihe lighting for the dining tnble from which assorted party foods were served buffet. Layette articles were upon Mrs. Whittle from the group Mrs. Homer Guest With Club Eiht - terday with club Eisht when Mrs ' The bride «.- (S crartuaied from Kere *»» m > t * »'«= •« y.hevillc Hii-h school where si," ™ nct " sl °" of "" same. . - moiiizlng black accessories nnd pin- j Bl lied a single lavender orchid at Ihe (was a member of Ihe Re,| pimnVr" pll^i.lrln.- *,f \ _..:i i f, _ ., . __ *«.V.H 1 H'P' *. A tailored hunlei green .suil com- Garden and Beta Clubs and at tlic time of hor marriage was employed al General Motors Acceptance Corporation. Mr. Ga Vanndalp pleted with brown accessories was chosen by the bride for hor marriage. The fitted jacket was clo;cd vanmnip m«h q,-]mni .,,„• ,, ., to the waist with" gleaming rhine-.^!° ol "1*1™, 4,? , f , stone buttons. Her small frit hat! He ,Va, a memt ir f n• £ had .a crown o( crushed brow,, ncl! ternilv »nd Ih n ,c i" M sprinkled with seQUons and com- """*- ""* lbc lAw Kcy ' law plcted with a single brown tcalhcr. ;, She carried a Prayer Bcok adorned with a white purple throated orchid tied In a profusion of satin streams. Entwined In the many white streamers, were dainty white blossoms; ' - ;H. - Jernberg of Van'ndale . t . nae served Mr. Gardner as best man /Entering before Ihe wedding party was Ihe bride's mother. Mrs Lintzenich, who was dressed In a suit fashioned of a .smal brown and yellow checl^ and K-orn with brown , '" He Is a member of the Blylheville Jaycees and is engaged In the prnc- Uce of laiv. Mrs, Bill Boyd Res -Sumes La iVtieve Membership Mrs. Bill Boyd resumed her membership in La Nucvc, a weekly bridge , club, and met Tuesday club and with the At The llosoltals Hlylhcvillc Hnspllal Di.smLs.scd: Lawrence Ha.vscll, city Charles Ragsdale, cily Mr.s. Frank Wagner. Sleele \VaIls Hospital Dismissed: Mr.s. Gale Dehney and baby, Hay- Mrs. L. J. Jett and baby, Stecle Mrs. Tom Crawford, Steele Hughes, at the Razorback. Mrs. Newell Jerome was hostess for the dessert bridge. High score prize in the bridge came was won by Mrs. Ben Mac White, with second high going lo Mrs. Rouse .Harp and bridgo to . IT...,. JJHIJI [II] guest. Mrs. Lynn Mrs. Colemaii Stevens. For 3 Days Only Feinberg's Brings You This Important SPECIAL PURCHASE » Beautiful, New Fall GABARDINE COATS Hci-f'.s a rail liny for you in a lovely Gah'- arclinc Coal. Kcinlici'jr's hnui;hl Ihcm up months !i K( . hpforc prices soared, .so you have an opporliniily lo share in their savings. Cluiose f,,,,,, L .,,| nrs ()( - w .; nc c <>'• Bi'cen...sixes 10 (o 2(1. ' ~\t THURSI^AY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY FEINBERG'S Ten Guests Gather For Birthday Party Ten little guests gathered al the Forrest Jarretl. home yesterday for ihe party given In compliment In the fourth birthday of Peggy June Jarrett. Prize winners In the parly games were Sharon Kay Parks. Karen Sue Drugmand and Paul ixing, Jr. The afternoon was spent, in the oallooj) bedecked entertaining rooms of the home. These balloons were later presented the guests as favors. The three tiered pink and white birthday cake topped the linen •draped (fining table from which Ihe party foods were served. Gifts were presented Peggy j unc from tn guests. Mrs. Jarrctl was assisted by her sister, Mrs. Paul Long. * • 4 Miscellaneous Shower Honors Mrs. Lanhnm Mrs. Gene I.inham. a recent bride, wa.s guest, of honor last night at the II. II. Richardson home when Mrs, Richardson and Mrs. Inez Campbell were hostesses for a mis-' cellaneous shower. / Bridal games and contests made up the evening's activities for the guests, who were seated in the flor- •il adorned entertaining rooms. Miss Ma.xie Overman. Mrs. Pat Chitmon and Miss Gwcn Smith were prize winners among the ">t guests. The hostesses served parly foods and Iced drinks after which Mr.s Lanham was presented assorted gifts. • * • 18 Attend Luncheon For lennessean Eighteen guests attended the 1 p.m. luncheon-yesterday at the P M. Terry. Sr.. home given in honor of Mrs. J. L. Blnford of Brownsville Tenn. Mrs. Binford Is visiting here as este of her sisters, Mrs. Terry and Mrs. Edwin Robinson, who were hostesses for the event. Small tables were spaced around the entertaining room of the home which was filled with vases of yellow chrysanthemums and low bowls of cameo pink gladioli. The cutwork and lace laid dining -able at which the remainder uf the guests were sealed was lopped with a low bowl holding mixed fall blossoms In a myriad of color's. The hostesses were assisted bv Mrs. James Terry and Mrs. E M 1'erry. Jr. ' * • • nests Attend Initial Fall Club Meeting' Mrs. Marvin Nunn and Mrs. j. H. Elkins were guests Tuesday with members of the Town and Country Club when Mrs. G. G. CatJdlll was hostess for the initial fall meet- ng following a summer disband- menl. Yellow chrysanthemums and pirik •osebuds were placed in the room n .which the club and guests were seated for the bridge game. Mrs. Cleo Lang.ston was high THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1950 Among Ihe out-of-town guests who attended the wedding of Miss Martha Ann Lintzenich and James Madison Gardner this morning at the First Baptist Church were Helen Gardner, Mrs. w. F, Gardner, Miss Palsy Jones. Mrs. Harry K. Gardner, .Mrs. H. O. Jernberg all of Vaniulalc. Ark. Ciipt. Gordon L. Linlzonich of Hampton, Va., and Mr. and Mrs, Jim Berry of Memphis. Mrs. R. G. Kosohrough of Scna- lobia, Miss., is visiting here as guest of her daughter. Mrs. Johnny 11 White and Mr. White. Mrs. Richard Phillips and Mrs Mary Homer of Stcele arc Ihe Thursday guests of Mr. and Mrs Edward crain. Clyde southern returned today from St. ixjtiis where he had spent several clnys. Mis.s Eloise y.-itcs, who Is connected with the Dreifus Jewelry Co.. in Memphis, Is spending this week at the Blytheville Store Miss Yales Is a former Blylheville res'l- dcnt. Miss Peggy Holdren of Memphis will arrive tonight to spenri several days as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tucker and family Honald Curtis Freeman, .,„„ of Mr. and MIS. Joe Freeman, underwent surgery last night al St. Joseph Mospil.-il in Memphis Mrs Freeman is in Memphis with her son. Mrs. J. L. Binford of Brownsville Fcnn.. Ls visiting her as guest of Mrs. E. M. Terry, Sr., and Mrs Edwin Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald M. Mattes of Slkestou will be the weekend fa'mii" ° f M "' LUC " !e Carson and Judge and Mrs. Roy Harper of st Louis will be the weekend guests of Mr and Mrs. K E . Black and daughter. Miss Betty Black. Mr. and Mrs. George O. Yates will spend the weekend in Jackson rcnn., as guests of Mrs. Yatos brother, H. w. Mitchell a,),} family. They will return home by nuther ford. Ten,,., where they' will also visit with relatives Mrs. Harold Wood Gives Devotional Mrs. Harold Wood presented the devotional at the meeting of Circle Seven or the First Mcthodisl Church last night nt Ihe Sanford Boone home. Mrs. Harry A. Halnes. chairman conducted the meeting ol the 10 members. Mrs. T. H. Caraway wa.s leader lor the program, "Women in Prayer." • J Mr.s. Wood adjourned.the session with a prayer alter which a social hour wa.s held. Fall blossoms weie arranged throughout the home . / National Officers Of Auxiliary To Visit Here Two officers of Ihe Nations! Association of Junior Service Auxiliaries will arrive in Blytheville Tuesday for an Inspection of Hie local branch prior lo the national convention to be held Nov. 4-5 | n Hatlicsburi:, Miss. Mrs. Glenn Cooper, executive sec- rclary and Mr.s. Clriir Davis, expansion chairman of the. national organization, will arrive In Blytheville Tun'day. Inspection of a chapter Is a national requisite for admitlance to Ihe ranks of aciive chapters. The Blylheville Chapter which was a petitioning chapter from May ui\lH November or 19<I9 and a provisional chapter from November until the present, time will be up tor approval as an active chapter at the convention. The olficn-s will be entertained Tuesday night wilh a dinner and Wednesday morning they will meet I liie entire membership at a collect at the home of the president-elect Mr.s, Monrce Grain, Jr. At present Mrs. Oscar Femllcr is Ihe presiding ofticer. following the meeting Mrs Cooper and Mrs. Davis will go to Jonesboro to Inspect the jietilioning chapter llicre. The Joncsborc Auxiliary was organized under the auspices ol the local group, with M rs j Fan-is McCalla of Blylheville a." expansion chairman. T. H. Webber, Jr. Presents Recital OSCEOLA, Ark. — Thomas H. Webber, Jr., music director of the idlewlM Presbyterian Church In Memphis and a well-known musician was guest artist last night for an organ reelta! given at the First Methodist Church in Osceola. "A'$15,000 Moller organ, for.which funds nnd installation were sponsored by the Women's Society of Christian Service of the Church, was used In the program of classic music, The initial use of the organ for worship services will be Sunday morning. The Rev. Garland Taylor, pastor, gave the Invocation and benediction for the 400 guests present. Gue.sts from Blytheville, Luxora, Osceola, Kei-ser and Wilson attended. score winner In the game with second high going to Mrs. Elkins. Refreshments were served. Miss W. V. Turner Is Guest Speaker Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, elementary school supervisor, discussed Amendment 41 yesterday at the monthly meeting of the Central Parent-Teacher Association at the First Baptist Church. The Parent-Teachers prayer opened the meellng followed by, a business session conducted by Ihe president, Mrs. E. J. Cure. The school Amendmenl 41. was discussed by Hie guest seaker after which Mrs. j. Cecil Lowe Introduced the devotional leader. Mrs John Burnett, who discussed "Beauty." ' The president's message was reviewed by Mrs. F. E. Scott'. The by-taws of the 'group were given in the form of a question and answer program followed by the attendance co'.mt in which prizes were awarded the third and fifth grades. -. The second grade mothers were hostesses for-a tocia! hour. Program Given For WMU, Guests "Every Unsaved Person A Sinner" the program presented Monday night at Ihe weekly meeting of the Armorel Women's Missionary Union. Mrs. Henry Berry wa.s hostess to the 17 members, tour guests and one new, member. Mrs. J. L. Bassett who met nt her home'.. Mrs. Ted Fnughl directed the program In which Mrs. Roy White Mrs. Charlie Brown. Mrs. N G. Pal- BWCs Conduct Business Sessions Business Women's Circles Three and F-Ynir of Calvary Baptist. Church met Tuesday night In members homes fpr brief business sessions. Mrs. Elmo Cormcll was a guest with eleven members of Circle Three, who met at the home of Mrs. A. H. Wallace. Mrs Leland Hodge opened the meeting with a prayer followed by fl discussion of officers duties led by Mrs. P. II. Jernlgnn. Mrs. Hubert Polsgrove led in the closing prayer. Mrs. Murk Anderson was hostess to members of Circle Four and one ne\v member. Mrs, J. W. Rambo. terson and Mrs. Berry participated. The program was followed with prayer by Mrs. White after which Mrs. \V. L. Smith adjourned the session with a prayer. Refreshments were served by the hostess. IMPORTED Holland Bulbs TULIPS, DAFFODILS, (HYACINTHS, CROCUS, Etc. ese are th« choicest of bulbs, Imported rftrect (o as from Holland. PAUL BYRUM Hardware & Seeds 1M K. Main Blylheville Mri. Larry Byrnm led In th« oo enlng prayer followed by * lesson from the BWC Guide taught br Mrs. Raymond: Belknap. Mrs. Belknap' presided over th« business session. Social hours followed each mect- Mslen lo KI.CN al 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. dally for our program announcements. Boy Office Opens al 1:4S Sliow Starts 2:00 p.m." Continuous Shuu-in« Kvcryday Thursday & Friday I'aninioiml News & Selected Shorls x Office Opens 6:<I5 Show Shu-Is 7 P.M. TJuirsdav & Friday IJOUBI.K I'EATURK ' Blue Sued* Oiiei'R Pump TCIack Sued* Mid-Heel Sandal also in black calf Black Calf Bow Pump also in red with high }, ec j IvluJ im CROSS SHOES> Cola Brown .Walking Pump Sec the new, easy fiinplicity of Ilicsc. smart fashions— so ]irctly with your slim fall suits and dresses. Yes, and discover ho«' wonderful—every style is "fil-fiishioncd" to jecl just as beautiful as ii looks. Come in... choose, now, from our lovclirM-cvcr autumn arrivals. Ilv.CMMEM Dark Brown Calf High Riding; Pump Am erica sitnchu\lcn£r:l!.hi>at<il<ic V Q Q S ff) ^kl 1 QS * .*.^*n'ra« .Vad'onoJ Kij Ctoa FAMILY SHOE STORE L.,.,, ...

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