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PA&E TWO F1UDAY, JANUAUV 12, 1<J<1S Bridge Luncheon Given .' Mrs. W. L- Horner wns hostess to members of the Mid-Week Club and three additional guests yesterday afternoon when she entertained at her home with a bridge luncheon. Guests, were Mrs. Hunter Sims, Mrs. \V. J, Wunderllch and Mr§. P. E. Black. Guest* were served at small tables In the living room where bridge wns played dining the after- n<>on. , High' score prize among club members was won by Mrs. H. H. Houchlns and among the guests by Mrs.-Sims. Mrs. Rose Is Hostess " Mrs. R. 0. Ro»e, <••'-> members ot the Octette Li: Club yesterday afternoon nt her co'untry home at Roseland, also wns hostess to Mrs 'Fred V. Rutherford and Mrs Loy Welch. A three course luncheon was served at, the dining table, and later the guests played bridge for several hours! • High score prize was won by Mrs. J. C. Ellis nnd second high by Mrs. C. G. LangsUm 4 • « Club 28 Has Dance Mr, and Mrs. C.'E. Crigger Jr., Mr. and Mrs Fred Fleeman and Mr. and Mrs Earl Buckley entertained members ot Club 28 and a large number of guests last night at a supper dance at the American Legion Hut Following the buffet supper, served at 8-30 o'clock, the guests do need for several hours. tJuesls tn addition to club members included Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Stevenson Jr., Mt. and Mrs. Hloh- ard Norton, Mr. and Mrs J. L. Ashcraft; Mr.- and Mrs. Bill McDaniels, Pfc. »nd Mrs Phillips Robinson, Bernard Allen, Mrs H. G. A.D.C. Club Entertained All members of the A.D.C. Club attended the party given for the group Wednesday night by Mrs. Sanford ShcHon, who entertained at her home. In the' bridge games played during the evening), high score prize was won by Mrs, Toby Long and sccoiid high by Mrs. ShcHon. A sandwich plate with iced drinks was served. * • • S. S. Class Has Party Seventeen members of the Fidells Class of First Baptist Sunday School attended the pot-luck supper and business meeting of the class'held last night at the home of Mrs. Alvin Huffman. Following the buffet supper, Mrs. W. J. Rodgers presided over the business session. Keeping Up With The Men In Service Bits of News Mostly Personal Condition of Mrs. Pearl Hires, who is spending several months -In Union City, TcmY, with her daughter, Irfrs. J. W. Dunn and family. Is Improved. Mrs. Hires, who went to Union.City laic in December, became quite ill after her arrival there, but HOW js recuperating.' Miss Marguerite Dolen Is visiting friends in Little-Rock, after having spent several days in Kansas City. Flight Officer John Nicholson spent, several days hero with his parents, Mr. nnd Mr.s. W, B, Nicholson, en route to his new asslgn- Pfc. Bert L. Slldhaiii, member of the 81st Wildcat Division now in the P.ilau Islands In the 1'liillppliics, has entered 'u'hospital there for treatment of a back ailment, according to a message received by his wife of Blytheville. Pvt. Stldharn has participated In two major engagements since going overseas In July. * n • Sergt. Curtis. Perry, son of Mr. mid Mrs. Hugh Perry of Dell, Is currently assigned to the redistribution station of the Santa Ana Army Air Base, Calif., after serving overseas with the 14th Air Force as in armorer. Ho entered Local Methodist Groups Attend ' Rally Yesterday.: A large delegation from Method ist Church In and near Blythc vlllo attended (lie district Criisad for Chrls'l' r,-,));^,hold yesterday lit First MeiliqqlFl .Church In Jonesboro. Prcsent,'.,u]Kci were delegates from approximately CO other churches In Hie- J.?ncsboro District. Principal speakers at the rally were Dr.- Qallhcr Warflcld, for many years -a minister in Poland, nnd Bishop Paul E. Martin. Dr. Warllcld, Interned early In a Russian prisoner ot later was released to the war In war camp, returnee! ti Warsaw to continue his work, where ho spent most of his lime ministering to the starving peoples of that city. later Dr. Wnrfield wns arrested anil placed In a German concentration camp where he was tried as a spy. JohrvHalstead Awarded Medal For Heroic Act John D. Halstend, technician llfth grade In the Infantry,' has been awarded tlio Soldier's Medal for heroism not Involving actual conflict with the enemy. The action for which he v/as cited occurred on Sept. 7, 1944 In Italy when flood waters sweeping down during the, night threatened to engulf .the postal Installation nnd curry valuable mall and equip- mcnt downstream. Tech. 5-gradc Ilalstead, a mall clerk, quickly alerted the entire' personnel of the section, then sntsred the tllspatcl tent, already weakened and near collapse froiniithc .swift current and at great personal risk laborei In (he darkness to remove mai from distribution cases awaiting dispatch, and cnrry It to higher ground. "His bold disregard of danger and high devotion to duty are In keeping with the high traditions of the Armed Forces," according to the official citation received by the service man. Intermediate • Girls' Auxiliary. : * * *,-* ' •. The Mcthodl&t Society of Clu-ls- lon Service met at the home of Mrs. If. W. Spann.and Miss Florence Rush for; their first meeting. The main feature of the meeting was an interesting discussion of the society's plaits for the year's work, Miss Rush, president, as dele- ;atc from, the society, will attend the Joriesbbro meeting of the current nationwide movement, "Crusade for Christ." The hostesses served a refreshment plate during a fellowship' hour. ' » Dr. arid MIS. Hudson were hosts to the members of their night bridge club liavjriB Mrs.. S. J. Smith as player. Mr. and' Mrs. R. C He Is the son of Mrs. Myrtle Hnl- stcad of Stccle. Mo, the service In June 1011 and went overseas January, 1012, serving In China and India. '•At The Hospitals niythevlllc Hospital Admitted: Jackie Allen, city. Barbara Nell Hlggins, city. "• Mrs. B. W. Howard, city. Dismissed: Raymond Wilson Jr., city. Mrs. Dyer Garner and baby Since being country, Dr. repatriated to thb Wardcld has been ment in Memphis.. He recently was -- . -- - • : , gindiinicd from Douglas Army Air Partlow, Lleilt (] g.) Butler Barks- J;-i cUt Aviz dale, Charle* Albright and Mr. T11 ' e j, e ^ nml Mrs R E slmp . Cook. £0n w uii return tomorrow to their , * * home In Orossett, Ark., after n visit BUnCO PartV Is GlVen of several days with Mrs. Simpson 1 :! ^ ' Sister, Mrs. A. O. Hudson and Mr. MriClMideBrlUy,- and Mrs. Jarnes Hudson. CozaAVnUrtalhed members of the I Cnut - and Mrs. W. l>. Phillips of Friendly Eight Club and two guests M Here ford, Texas, and Scigt. Vcrnlc _ , . « . _' _\i — . *W i •** iv T\ ' TllillHitc nf I clt-v city. Admitted: i Patricia Hilton, CarulhcrsvlUe, Mo. . • Luclle Rlcketts, city. Dismissed; Jesse Bond, Deerlng, Mb. Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted: Curtis LnRue, Bnssctt. Temperatures Smith', 'yesterday afternoon with bunco party at the Briley home. Traveling prize was won by Mrs. H. ; E 'Smith, bunco by Mrs. Harry Weedman abd low by Mrs Briley. Light refreshments were served. • " * * Mvs. Banister Entertains 'Mrs Walker Baker played bridge with members oi the Thursday Contract CVub jesterday when Mrs. fc I/ Banister was hostess at her home foi luncheon ffollowed/by ah after--, noon of bridge.' ' \", ' '''"' 1 A centerpiece for the dining-tn-. ble where luncheon was served wns formed of an epergne filled with yellow jonquils and white narcissi with more of these Spring blossoms used to decorate the living room where bridge was played during the afternoon kigh score prize was awarded Mrs O. W. McCutchen and second high, Mrs Baker Entertains Bridge Club Miss Jane Branson was a guest of. Miss Virginia Martin last night \?hen she entertained members of the .Thursday. Night Bridge Club af her home on West Main Street. 'Miss Nancy Kirshner had high score for the evening, with Miss MBrtin second high The hostess servcO «. .dcwoiL course. Club, Guests Entertained 'Mrs E H Kirby, Mrs R. L. Stoc- kctt and Mrs Robert McArthur of \ inston-Salem, N. C, were guests of Mrs. C, .W.'Afflick yesterday when she also entertained members of trie Thursday Luncheon Club nt her will arrive tonl«ht for a visit with friends and relatives here and in Ne'wbcrn. Tcnn, Mrs. Louis Cherry Is spending two weeks In Helena ns ; thc guest of her parents. . Mrs. Cecil Shane Is 111 nt her home on West Main Street, suffering from a severe cold. Mr. nnd Mrs. Sherwood Hollhoif have-as their weekend guests his brother, ; Herbert''-Holttiorf' "niid Mrs: Holthoff of Washington, ,D. C. Mr. Herbert ' ' Atlanta Birmingham . Charleston ". .. ChatUinoogft . Chicago 'Cincinnati . .. Denver . Detroit Jacksonville HI Low 64 50 going throughout the church as a crusader awakening the people at home lo the need not only for reconstruction of the world..that has been destroyed, but also for the necessity of Christianizing trie world if civilization is to last. Bishop Martin, In the Jonesboro district for the first time since he was assigned lo the Eniscopal Area, is a .veteran o( the first war, and I he delivered an appeal for. ,n I Christian world order as the 'only native to a third world war Hint would probably destroy civilization. Those from Blvllicvlllo and vicinity who attended the rally Were; the Rev'. S. B. Wilford. James L. Guard, J. L. Gunn, Mrs. Jnmcs Hill Jr., Mrs. W. A. Sllcknwn, Mrs, Roland Oi'cen nnd Mrs. H. L. linrp from First Methodist Church; (he Rev. and Mrs. Bales Sturdy, Mr. raid Mrs. Georgosiilwrtl,'.Jim- my Sunders. H. G. McHnffcy, Mr ond Mrs. Robert McHnffey. Mrs Oeorgo Shanka, Mrs; H. E. Tinker G/ee Cluh Entertains Rotary Club Yesterday Members of the Blytheville High School ijiee club, under the direction of their lender, Mrs. J. Wilson Lnngston received high score award A salad piato was served after the games.. . -.' Luxora Rotarians had the opportunity to heqr.nt their last meeting Sergt. Cletis O. Oyerton give a resume of his experiences In'the Pacific vte area. Sergeant Overton was introduced, by Handle W. Nlclv ols, program lender. Mrs. A. .B. UozelUvand Mrs. El mcr Hall were co-hostesses for th Wesley an GliHd meeting held in th -ecrcatton .i-pom of,the church. Th highlight 'i.e.! tyils 'meeting was ,th talk ma'dc. by:jthevpastor, a gues the -Rev,V. Charles I^iWis, on "Th Oix;n Doors" 'jiy relation to. the ap oortunitlcs •oft.ei-ed , : in the year vork of';trie /Guild. Following th 'lencdictlpn .' p'rayer, * a social hou md i'effeshments j were enjoyed. sans several selections lor lilythevlllc Rotarians who met yesterday noon at Hotel Noble. Guests at the luncheon meeting Included W. R. Myers of Stecle, llu- Rcv. R. E. Simpson .of Crossctt Ark., Pfc. Marshall Dlacknrd, O. C Wood and Jimmy Purncll, junior Rotarian of the month. g rooms for the serving of the wo course turkey dinner, by the osls, assisted by their daughter, /Irs. Maxine Brown McHaney. At the end of the four progrcs- ons of bridge following dinner, Mr. nd Mrs. Sam Bowen were high :ore holders. * * • Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Corkrnn ave received word from their son, Corp. William "Bert" Corkran, that e was notified upon Ills return to Camp Fannln, Texas, January 2, to iroceed to Fort Meadc, Md. Mr, and virs. Corkran have four of their five sons now in service: Charles, u 'eteran of nine years In the Ma- •ines, now a .staff sergeant, is n combat photographer In'the Pacific irea; Sergt, Lexic Corkran is scrv- ng In the Army Air Forces in Pan •una; Pvl. Fred Corkrnn, armorer, division of United States Army, For Knox, Ky.; and Corp. William Corkran Is in the Infantry division. Then second son, Joe Corkran, Is In do fanse work nt Flint, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. W, E. Head, thel: son, Junior and daughter, Martha \'ell, were guests Sunday of Mrs. Frank Hudson, o( Memphis. WHAT CAUSES moui doclori on iHil inlereilins >'jb]«tt. will b< i«nl FREE, while Ihey jail, to onyj r«od«f wriling lo lh« Educational Divlilan, 1 5J5fifiliAv«,,NewYorl,N.Y.,D,ept. A-122 Office Training Shorthand, Bookkeeping and Typing : MRS. L. M. BURNETT 1010 Hcaru Phone 3270 . 43 . 38 . 31 . 57 . 27 . 55 Mrs. W. U Stnnlon and Green, Mrs. Alberl Mrs. Iverson Morris Coining Events SATURDAY A.A.U.W. meeting with MlssMar- orlc Warren, 3 p. m. Lnxora Society—Personal Mrs, .Verrion Mitchell was hostess L o the members • of ' the Pideils class if the Baptist Ch'urch, and one ;uest; Mrs. .£,'•>£.• . Tucker, at a so- •Inl-business . ineetlng at her home Monday night' 1 for a hot tamale sup- )er. , '..''• Mrs. 1 JOhn Thweatt, teacher, pre- •Idcd. over the' b\rstness of electing i new p'reslde.nt to lake the place >f president Mrs. John L. Williams, vho has .moved .to Osceola to make ler home.^ Mrs' Mitchell was elect•d presldbnt and Mrs: Julia Owen Ice-pregldent. . ' ' Various' go,mes were plnyed before ic dessert course -was served. Over he dessert course ah informal dis- usslori was held on plans for land- Civping thfc rear chiirch lawn, .arid ompletion of ' fdorri decorations. i'.'. ' * '- »'' 1 The. largest' party '. of the New Year was given, by 'Mr. and Mrs Kansas City ........ ..... 58 Macon . Memphis . .. ,11am! ilontgomery . lew Orleans •^ew York . Snn Antonio home; '.Gardenias floating- bowl formed the centerpiece for the luncheon table where the guests were served. 'In the bridge games played rtu.r- irig the afternoon,' Mrs. McArthu won high score prize and Mrs. Stockett second high. • * • 'Doll Party' Is Given Because Delores F^carre, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Escarre, was four years old yesterday, she entertained se\en of her young friends with a. "doll party" at the family home on Hearn Street. Each little girl brought her doll arid games were played .for an hour arid )»\er the children listened to stories read by Mrs. Glenn Ladd. Refreshments of birthday cake • and Ice cream were served and each giest was. presented with favors ol , paper doll books and caridy soils. A pink and ^hlte color scheme was carried out throughout the party, with vases of pink carnations and pink rosebuds arranged throughout the entertaining rooms. -., -;.~ r ..„.---,,,--. ;chiefS.guii,ncr's mhfo'in the Navy, recently has returned after three and a'.hair years overseas duty. : Ijieut. Joe Bcasiey, who has been stationed In Bcrnnuia will) the Navy arrived Ifcro Wednesday nlglit to ipcnd'hls leave with'Mrs. Beasley nnd their daughter, Molly Jo. A. P. Dietrich is improving nl Walls Hospital where he underwent a major operation Inst week. Warrant Officer and Mrs. l?o; Etcheson and daughter, Ronnie Faye of Leesvilld, Lit., have arrived for visit, with their parents, C. B. Elchc- on nnd Mr, nnd Mrs. Herman Wai uole. Mrs. Etcheson and Ronnii ^nyc will remain here for an in- efliiite visit when he returns to Camp Polk. Robert E. Holland, n.m.m. 3-c sta- loned at the Naval Air School. Ottuinwn. lownp Is sending a few lays here with his uncles, Oakley 'ummlngs nnrt L. D. Cmnmiugs md their families. Pfc. and Mrs. Phillips Robinson vill leave this afternoon for Litle Rock after a visit of several dnys here with relniives. After a brief visit in Little Rock ns guests of Charles Oglesby aiv.l family, Private o.na Mrs. Robinson will rc- :«rn here N!outlay for n short time before going lo Nashville, Tcnn,, for a. visit with Mrs. Robinson's in a shallow family there. Private Robinson, "who recently returned from 10 months overseas service In the European war zone, will report Jan. 21 to Miami Bench, Fla.. for reassgln- ment. Tnmpn . .. Washington Dallas, . ..'. Jackson . .. Little Rock . Shrcveport . 58 58 GG ... SO 05 OS ' 2fl 04 . C8 32 37 ?.7 21 28 25 33 22 3!) 35 33 48 50 ., 34 Thc'Rcv. Mr. Wlltord 50 ed in the mownm,, ns did Nobli 21 I Gill, who snne "ThrV Lord's' 'PrayDJr, 1 ...rnmnnnicd K " >'»'••• onvK'nT- ,-•• 34' •14 23 5-1 •IS 52' from Lake Street Methodist Church The Rev. nnd Mrs. D. G. Hind man, Mrs. Edi>nr Uovd. Mr, and Mrs. J. R. Lninber, :?.!r:,.nnrfi-Mrs. Koonce and ' Mrs. Henry 1 .".-' Voutiu frdin Ynrbivi; Mrs. J. R. Gill. Noble Gill, Mrs. Dswp.v Shopnrj!-. tiie,Ri>v; »rr! Mrs, Liithnr K. .'Wilson from iDoll. nnd Miss Jenn Snrbor of Bly'-. CliUKCIl GKOUl'S MEET. The Baptist Woman's Missionary Society .held'their first business meeting of the year at the home oi Mi's. C. B. Wood. The annual flnan- clnl and the quarterly reports were submitted by the secretary, Mrs. C B. Wood. Mrs, Byron O. Wiikin resigned as president of the Societj effective February 1 meeting of "so clety. Mrs. O. Howton and Mrs. S. Smith were appointed as a noml jintlng committee. Mrs. O. C. Hick was welcomed ns n new member, an accepted the Counselorship of th 64 I nccpinpinlccl h.v Miss Snrb'er. KIDNEYS War Prisoners End Strike At Memphis MEMPHIS, Jnn: 12 (UP) — It has been disclosed Hint over a hundred German prisoners of war engaged in a brief strike over the weekend at ll>e Memphis Army Service Forces Depot. 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