The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 12, 1954 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 12, 1954
Page 4
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BLYTHETILLE CAMC.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, MAY It l»gi Society News i ftnoiAtv RHitar i PI Pat Mullins, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Donna Dedman ToBecomeBride Of Minister Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Dedman announce today the engagement and-approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Donna Clio Dedman, to the Rev. Jim Lee Stevent of Osceola. The Rev. Mr. Stevens is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James David Stevens, also of Osceola. Miss Dedman is the granddaughter of Mrs. I. O. Westbrook of Blytheviile and tht late Mr. Westbrook. A student at Blytheviile High School, Mi** Dedman is a majorette with the High School Band, and is a ntemter of the Masque and Gavel Society, the Red Pepper Club and the Blytheviile High School Choir. During her freshman and sophomore years, she held memberships in the Newcomers Club and the St-udent Council. A graduate of Osceola High SchooC the Rev. Mr. Stevens served there as president of the student body, president of the Peace Pipe Club, and lettered four years each in track, basketball, arid football, Award for 1951. He was a member of the National receiving the Outstanding Athlete Honor Society, the Dramatic Club, the Spanish, Club, and the "O" Club. He later attended Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tenn., and Ouachita College at Arkadelphia. Now a student at Arkansas State College, he will be a member of the Osceola Junior High faculty after completing the summer term at Arkansas State. He is now pastor of the Baptist Mission Chapel at Wilson. •* Plans for the wedding will be announced. BETROTHED — Miss Donna Clio Dedman is the bride-elect of the Rev. Jim Lee Stevens of Osceola it is announced today by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Dedman. The Rev. Mr. Stevens is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James David Stevens, also of Osceola. Wedding plans will be announced. (Photo by Faught) Ofceola Girl Becomes Bride Announcement is made today of the marriage of Miss Helen Arthur Ward, daughter of Mrs. James L. Ward of Osceold and the late Mr. Ward to Arthur Frazier. son of the Rev. and Mrs. Frazier of Springwield Mo. The couple was'married Friday, at the First Methodist Church at Las Cruces, N. M. Following the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Frazier left for Springfield and Kansas City. They will be at home in Osceola after this week. Mrs. Tune, Mrs. Black Win Country Club Bridge Tournament Last night marked the final session of the annual Country Club Duplicate Bridge Tournament. The two-session tournament was directed by Mrs. C. C. Councille, with the assistance of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Roleson, Harry W. Haines and O. S. Crowell. Taking first place honors and the silver trophy were Mrs. F. E. Black and Mrs. 8. E, Tune, whose over-all score "Was 321 points. Other winners of the over-all tournament were Mrs. O. W. Cop- ipedge and Mrs. Joe Ferguson in 'second place with 315 points; Mrs. E. B. Gee and Mrs. W. B, Chamblin, third place with 312"points; and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Roleson, fourth place with 311^ points. In Monday night's session, Mrs. Gee and Mrs. Chamblin won top honors with 174H points, with sec- Hold Meeting Members of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of Half Moon and Wesley Memorial Methodist Churches met jointly last night in Half Moon, with Mrs. C. W. Garrigan and Mrs. R. L. Hawkins as hostesses. Mrs. J. H. Richardson gave the devotional and Mrs. Garrigan taught the study of Jeremiah. The Rev. J. H. Richardson showed colored slides to conclude the program and following the benediction, refreshments were served. CWF Group Has Meeting Here Mrs. John Burnett and Mrs. Freeman Robinson entertained 15 members of the Love Group of WSCS Members Hold Meeting Mrs. Allen Van Winkle and Mrs. C. M. Baxter entertained 17 members of the Woman's Society of j Christian Service of Lake' Street ! Methodist Church. Monday at the j church. ! Mrs. Mitchell Sanford gave the ] opening prayer and Mrs. Joe Strick- Jland directed the program, "Might I of Many." with the assistance of Mrs. j Billy King, Mrs. Don Lutz. Mrs. V. E. Gregory, Mrs. O. J. Rodgers and Mrs. Joe Thomas. Prayer was offered by Mrs. Thomas, after which a pledge service as conducted by Mrs. Strickland. Guests were Mrs. Nellie Jenkins Mrs. Jackie Elkins and Mrs. John Durham. ond going to Mr. and Mrs. Roleson with 171 points. Mrs. Coppedge and Mrs. Joe Ferguson won third place with 153 points, and fourth went to Mrs. C. W. Afflict and O. S. Crowell with 152'/:: points. Last night's session was won by Mrs. Tune and Mrs. Black with 174 points, and Mrs. Coppedge and Mrs. Ferguson in second place with 162*s points. Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins and Mrs. Alta Cammeron of Steele won third place with 156 points, and fourth place went to O. O. Hardaway and Frank Nelson with 150 Vi points. A buffet supper was served last night preceding the game. Mrs. E. B. Gee and Mrs. W. D. Chamblin were chairmen of the affair, with Mrs. F. E. Black in charge of the trophy committee and Mrs. R. F. Kirshner as chairman of the committee for the buffet supper. The traveling trophy was awarded to Mrs. Black and Mrs. Tune by Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins, who had won the trophy for the past two years. Silver gifts went to other winners of first, second and third places. . . Hn's /V\£?£t ivJO"»-^«. Christian Women's Fellowship of the First Christian Church last! night when Mrs. George Clark and j Members of the Nazarene Foreign Mrs. Al Boyle became new mem- i Missionary Society of the First Ders _ " ! Church of the Nazarene met Mon- Mrs. Robinson conducted the i day night at the church with 15 meeting and Mrs. James Rainwater j attending. gave a report on the United Church-1 Mrs. Oscar Alexander gave the women of Blytheviile and their j opening prayer following group planned work for migrant workers. Miss Luella Alley conducted a singing. A business session and devotional, given by the Rev. J. Louis Emmert, pastor, was followed by program, "No East or West," with j the mission study, which was Miss Jess Srite, Mrs. George Cross, j taught by Mrs. Bill Lambert. Mrs. W. S. Rader and Miss Mar-j Mrs. Harold Thompson dismissed the meeting. garet Wright participating. Mrs, J. C. Lowe played 'the piano for the program. •• . k i V ^1, ,U Following the missionary bene- ri!-l\|-T V-JUD diction, the group was served refreshments in a social hour in which gifts. "secret pals" exchanged Party Is Given For Club Here Members of the Past Maff tron and Past atron Club were entertained at the K. B. Baker home, with Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Baiter and Mrs. Gus Eberdt as host and hostesses. A potluck supper was , c Tved from tables overlaid by madevia Cloths and centered with bouquets of rosebuds. In the rcch s^rSes plajcd following supper, high scores went to Mrs. Love Adams and leward Hosp. Rooko was won by Mrs. .Zella Copeland. Coming Events Thursday Ruth Sunday School Class has potluck supper and business meeting at the home of Mrs. G. C. Bartholomew with Mrs. A. H. Bioghan as co-hostess at 7:30 p. m. TLE Club meets with Mrs. W. E. Cherry. KibitMr Club has meeting with Mr*. Dick J. Whit*, with membtW husbandl M guest*. MFI. R. F. Kir»hn*r la hottest to (he Thursday Club. 1 Mrs, H. H. Houchln* !• h<Mte« to the Mid-Week Club. Duplicate Bridge L*nue meet* at the Country Club. Ibt Dtborftb ClMt if Hit fint Has Picnic Members of the Hi-N-Y, a teen age group of the First Church of the Nazarene, met at Walker Prak for a picnic this week. Elaine Emmert and Steve Eatmon were guests of the 22 members. Mrs. Hazel McWilliams, sponsor, was assisted in chaperoning the children by Mrs. Robert McGhee, Mrs. Ira Gaines and Mrs. Paul Lawrence. Baptist Church has.potluck dinner at 7 p. m. with Mrs. Leslie Moore. Mrs. George Workman, Mrs. Raymond Schmuck and Mrs. Lois Rice are hostesses at 7 p. m. for a potluck supper "at the Workman home for the Mary Martha Class of the First Baptist Church. Friday Stitch and Chatter Club has 7:30 p.m. meeting with Mrs. Thomas Dorris. Organizational meeting of Exemplar members of the Beta Sigma Phi i* to b« held at 7:30 p.m. at the Rustic Inn. Vendredi Club has 7:30 p.m. meeting with Mrs. Sanford Tomlinson. MOX -Theatre- On West Main St. In Blytheviile Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 Sat.. Sun. 1:00 On Our Wide-Vision Metallic Scrttn LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature —AND- Osceola Couple Exchanges Vows InHernando Mrs. Lillian Welborn, has announced the marriage of her daughter, Miss Nancy Ann Welborn, to Charles Leon Adair, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest T. Adair of Montecello, Ark. The marriage took place in Hernando, Miss., Apr. 24, with the Rev. W. C. Whiton, pastor of the Baptist Church, officiating at his home. Mrs. Adair is a graduate of Osceola High School, where she was a member of the National Honor Society. For the past two years she has been employed at the Planters Bank in Osceola. Mr. Adair is a graduate of Dermott High School and Henderson State Teacher's College in Arkadelphia.. He served in the Navy during World War II and is now a member of the Osceola Junior High School faculty. They are making their home in Osceola until the first of June, when Mr. Adair will enter summer school at Peabody College, Nashville, Tenn. to do post graduate work. MARRIED — Mrs. Charles Leon Adair was before her Apr. 24 marriage, Miss Nancy Ann Welborn, daughter of Mrs. Lillian Welborn of Os- pie exchanged vows in Hernando, Miss., at the Baptist parsonage. They are making their home in Osceola for the present. Dessert-Bridge Is Given Here Mrs. Russell Haynes Farr entertained for members of the Tri- Town Club yesterday at the Country Club, when a dessert bridge party was held in the Green Room. A crystal bowl of roses stood on the mantle, with pansies filling a wrought iron centerpiece and Talisman roses centering each bridge table. Mrs. James Terry won high score in the bridge with second going to Mrs. Worth Holder. Mrs. James Guard won bridge. A dessert course was served preceding the bridge games. OSCBOLA — Mrs. Lillian Welborn of Osceola was named mother of the year Saturday in a contest conducted by Radio station KOSE and Osceola Merchants. rsi Welborn is the mother of four daughters, Mrs. Donald Baker of San Diego, Calif,, and Mrs. Charlie Adair, Miss Lynn Welborn and Miss Becky Welborn, all of Osceola. She received from the Osceola merchants prizes including an orchid, $10 in dry cleaning, an electric deep fryer, roaster and server. $10 gift certificate for the theatre, cologne and an atomizer, lingerie, a card table and a pair fo sterling silver and crystal hurricane lamps. Woman's Club //ill Attend Book Review Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester is chairman of the hostess committee for a meeting of the Woman's Club Friday at a 1 p. m. luncheon. Mrs. Joe Pride will be guest speaker and will present a book review. Other hostesses include Mrs. Winifred Wy'att, Mrs. C. A. Tant. Mrs. T. I. Seay, Mrs. F. E. Scott, Mrs. J. A, Saliba, Mrs. O. S. Rollison, Miss Golda Rinks, Mrs. Charles Newcomb, Mrs. F. B. Joyner and Mrs. B. R. Hays. Bits of News n /' f^erAonai \ Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Hughes, Jr., were in Memphis last night to attend the opening of the Cotton Carnival. John Chalk of Kennett has been dismissed from the Chickasawba Hospital, where he was taken following injuries he received in an accident last week. Mrs. Tommie Westbrook and son, Tommie, Jr., are visiting her family in Flint, Mich. They left Memphis by plane over the week end. F. B. Joyner was la Little Rock yesterday to attend the monthly meeting of the Arkansas Real Estate Convention. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips will go to Selmer, Tenn., on Saturday, where they will visit with Mrs. J. M. Haley and Mrs. Patti Knight. Mrs. Knight will accompany them home for a visit here. Jim Gossett of Burdette has been elected to serve as president of the Hendrix College student body for 1954-56. He is a junior and is a member of the Blue Key, national honorary leadership fraternity, Pre- theolog Fellowship, and this year he represented the Junior Class in the student senate, the governing organization for students on the campus. He is the son of Mrs. Cal Gossett of Burdette. Mrs. Fred Hufsmith an dson, Fred Hutsmith, Jr.. and Arvid Sarette, all of Denver, Colo., left .this morning to return to their home after visiting here with Mrs. Hutsmit'n's daughter, Mrs. Jimmie Edwards, Mr. Edwards, and family. Leslie Moore, who has been ill for the past three weeks at his home, is now able to be up. Condition of Miss Gwendolyn Sue Rhoads, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W E. Rhoads. who was injured in an automobile accident a week ago, is reported improved. She was dismissed from the Chickasawba Hospital and is recuperating at her home. There are nearly as many telephones in New York City as in all of Asia and South America combined. At the Hospitals / Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. C. W. Glenn,, City Mrs. J. G. Etchieson, Homers- ville Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Allen Barrett. City John Chalk, Kennett Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times WED., & THURS. Double Feature AUNIVERSAL- INTERN/WON*. PICTURE —AND— Cartoon: "HOUSE BUSTERS" , CAMERON ancHEu • RICHABO DENNING • Sctt« Pl»» by IMWWK ttr*ct nwl ArtKui »o« • rrotoa* tar' •KttoMU • »•«>•« it UJIi torn THURS., & FRI. Double Featuvt A UPKIT nCTUtlt PMSfNTATlON —AND— I**. PLUS CARTOCW The Ideal Graduation Gift: "Books of Theatre Tickets" WED, THURS. and FRI SEVEN DAYS OF THE UNCONQUERABLES THAT FORGED AMERICA'S FRONTIER! THE FIRST PRODUCTION FROM WARNER BROS i*WARNERCOLORANo STEREOPHONIC SOUND umtN PUT rr antCTte *» HMVtY ICMKCK • RU$S£U HUOHtt • MMOWTUI AT REGULAR ADMISSION-PLUS SELECTED SHORTS Engagement of DyessGirl Is Announced DYESS — Mr. and Mrs. A. G. McArthur of Dyess announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Jean McArthur, to Robert L. 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