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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 11, 1943
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BLYTflEVILLE COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1943 Suffer Parly Honors £' - "Bride-Elect, Fiance v _ Mr. and-'Mrs. Harry W. Halnes entertained with. a supper party Sasl* nlglit complimenting Miss Elizabeth Phillips and her fiance, Second- Lieut. Robert Oliver Phillips. The • 12 present included meiny hers ;0f > the family and out-of- town guests. They, ^ere served buffet style from*the.dining tflule which' was centered with n flat,, crystal dish of floating Magnolia blooms; .flank- ed'with'while lighted tapers 1" crystal • candelabra, Va<;es of regal lilies also decorated the living room nn'd'.'ih'e three small tables placed In . the Jiving room and on the porch held tiny vases of mixed Summer flowers. Out-of-town guests were the brtcie-clect's aunt .and,cousin,- Mrs. Patli Knight and Mrs. J.. M. Hallcy, of Nashville; Miss Nelda Mnjurc of Meridian, Miss., and' Miss Julln Wade ' Kochlltlzky Miss/- 1 ", : of ' Columbus, NELL' 1 BEAN DAVIS WKDS SKltGT. JIM5IIB E. JAMES Announcement lirts been made of the marriage of Miss Nell Dean Davis, .-daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Larry C. Davis/to Sergl. Jiminlc B, James of Blytheville Army Air Field,'son of Mr. and Mrs. Jhnmtc James of Polkville, Miss.. The -ceremony was solemnized Friday morning by the .Rev. E. J. Bowers, pastor of the First Church of the .Nazarene in Pnragould, at. his-home. - • i • • •pie bride wns ; graduated from Dell High School In 1940 and Is now a student nurse at Blytheville Hospital. Sergeant, James was graduated froreu Polkville High School. Before enlisting In the Army two ycnrs ago "he wns with n construction company in Mississippi. : He cnme to - Blytheville last July when the air base was activated. They arc at home at 138 West Ash. Wis s Tompkins Announces Wedding Plans, Parties Miss Mnrlnn Tompkins and her 'innce, Second Ueul. Ambrose Kuene Toaford of Osceola, have set iext Thursday as their wedding date and u'number of Interesting affairs have been planned since he brldegroom-lo-be has secured ils leave for Ihls date. Because ot the short time before is leave begins, plans for a formal church wedding have been nban- doned nnd the rites will e solemn- red nt the country home of Miss Tompkins' parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. 'hrislophor Fiirrnr Tompkins at Burdcttc. Tlie Rev. O. J. Chastnln, pastor of First Baptist Church, assisted f. the Rev. Harold D. Tlllinnn, pastor of the Baptist church in os- ceola, will perform the service ul 5:30 o'clock in the afternoon. Miss Sue Ramey will serve Miss Tompkins as maid of honor nnd Edn'nrd Tenford of Osceolii Is (o tm his brother's best man. Miss Tompkins will be given In marriage by her fiUher. A program ol music will be given by Mrs. James Tull, cousin of the bride, nnd Miss Wynette Shepherd, soloist. A reception Is lo follow. Miss Tompkins, who lias been n member of the Dwdctlo School faculty for tlie past two years, was president ot tlie Delta Dcltn Delta, national social sorority nt Unlvcr- ly of Arkansas, PayctlevlJle, from here she wns • graduated after aving been valedictorian when she as graduated from Blytheville Ugh School. Her fiance, in the Infantry, now tatloned nt -Camp. Robinson, wns raduated from the University of \rknnsns after having received his igh school' and curly college work t several other schools. Parties which 'began with n unchcon and handkerchief show- r given by Mrs. E. F. Fry, will be ontlmtcd until the • day of Hie Chooses Khaki Mrs. Muriel Kiibb.trd, 40, Ki'itnddnuchtcr of the Inte John 1). Rockefeller, joins her cousin Cnpl. Winthrop Rockefeller ;is member of the nrrncd forces, 'having become n WAAC auxiliary ;it Ft. Devins, Mass. MUS. SCOTT HAS OCTA'-RRinGE CLUB. '"Mrs Ehyood Scott "entertained the Octa "Bridge Olub Tuesday al- ternoon with Mrs. Eugene Kraut? Mrs. Roy Rac, Mrs. F. I,. Husbands and Mrs: T. J. Bnrnes ns guests. Summer'.flowers decorated the entertaining . Toorris where the guests played 'bridge, with hlgl; score prize awarded to Mrs. EC Cook, second high to Mrs. Vlctoi Stilwell. The traveling prize wni awarded to Mrs. T. J. Barnes. The three tables . where the guests were served a salad cpurs nnd Iced drinks, were 'centered .witr bud vases of mixed'flowers.' DINNER COMPLIMENTS* MISS NELLIE JOHNS. Mr and Mrs Louis George' o Osye'ola entertained'with n'dinnc paHy" for six at,.the Peauody Ho tef, Monday night, honoring Miss Nellie Johns : whose marriage to Tech. Sergt. Roy R. Brnntley Jr., will occur soon and Stall Sergl. and Mrs. Eddie. Saliba of Wichita Falls, Texas,- who. hre the guests of his parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Saliba, The dining table in the Sky-Way was centered with a miniature wedding cake with individual cor- ECiges marking .places of the honor guests. •? •;.-" Dancing*on the.-Plantatlon Roof | followed the dinner. KAYMONI) E. BKI.I. WEDS IN CAI.II'XHtNIA Tlie marriage of Miss Tliercsn Vaycttc to Raymond E.'Bell, yeoman 3-c In the Navy, son of Mr nil Mrs. C. L. Bell, wns .solemjiiz- d Saturday night, 9 'O'clock, a Oakland, Calif., home of the bride Mr. Hell wns educated In the ubllc schools in lilythevllle before nlcrlng tlie Niivy lust July. He Is iow stationed M Treasure Island, ;alif. Mr. and Mrs. Bell will make their ionic In Oakland. iassclt.Gii'l Is Bride Of Tennessee Soldier Miss Wynette Shepherd awl- Miss Mnrtim Frances Stevens en- ertalned Inst, night nt the home >f Miss Shepherd's parents,' Mr. ud Mrs. Odis Shepherd. Tlie 12 guests played bridge with Miss Blllle Smith winning high and Miss Molly Guard, secoiid, be- 'ore they showered the bride-elect vith gifts in the pattern of china ihe selected. An out of town guest was Miss Lueile 'Uttou of Boyle. Miss., houseguest ol Miss Blllie Leggctt. A salad course wns served in Bits of News Mrs. J.-P. Lenll and son Jack re- urned today from Memphis where nek underwent a minor operation ,t Memphis Baptist Hospital.. Miss LaFclra May, dauhter of Mr. and Mrs. i.aFayetle May who s a student at Southeast Missouri, Stale Teachers College ,Cape Glr- nrdcati, Mo., has enrolled there for lie Summer <|unr(er. Miss May who s .1 junior nl the college will enter he Memphis Methodist Hospital n August, to begin training as a In medical laboratory City Plans Cleanup CAIIUTHERSVIUJ3. Mo., June U.--TI1C City of cnruthersvllle this wee Inaugurated a "clean-up" cam- >aliji] for Hie business section, and vlll be .carried on' hereafter on a' monthly basis. Merchants and 'Inns will be assessed u siiiall fee .o pay for trucking away the defuse gathered • In the business scc- ,lon. and these assessments will >e placed on the water bill each' inonlh for regular collection. America Salutes Food Producers cchnlclan vork. Mrs. Byron Rhodes Morse of Lll- Jc Hock, Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ilyron Morse. Mr.s. O. N. Robertsof Detroit, i Mich., Is the guest -of her sister, Mrs. I,. O, Gill, and family, for'a week. Stic plans to return home Tucsdny. Mcs. Parker Johnson,ha. 1 ; returned to the home of her parents', Mr.' and Mrs. George O. Yntc.s, from Cimiii Sibcrt, Ala., where she has Jaycees Hear Peal CAnUTHEiiSVlLLE, Mo., June 11,—Elmer Peal, was guest speaker at the 'Junior chamber of Commerce meeting, speaking on "Tlie Responsibilities' of a Civic Orga- nisation In War Times." He urged the Jayccts to keep on with their civic work, citing ninny of the things the club has done In the past that Were of civic Import- mice and Improvement. Four new members were present, Bub Spraguc, Russell Holmes, Vev- land Slubbs and Cobb McAilams. President Jerc Klngsbury nnnounc- ecl selection of committees to con- ilucl the Annual Jaycec Oarnlval. Ten dollars was donated to the Woman's Club to aid them in a day recreation room nt the Maiden Air Base. To Advance Postoffices been. visiting her husband, Pfe. CARUTIIERSVILLE, Mo., June 11.— -'t'hrec I'omiscot County |x>st offices will be advanced to presidential run July 1, when iibout 1200 In the nation arc given this Pavkcr Johnson, who was stationed i i e |. -s railing. Presidential class poslmn.';- appointed - llicrc. Private Johnson has been I pcmiscot offices lian.sfcrrcd !o Fort. Sam Houston, ! cooler ami Holland. Sun Antonio, Texas. Mr. and . Mrs. Fred Hanna and for life. The eBraggadocio, son Fred Jr., have to Mor- rllton, Ark., to make their home. Their house here hns been rented to' Lieut, and Mrs. a F. Malhls of the Bh'thevllte.Army Air Field. Mr.s. Eurl Sullivan who underwent u major operation at Memphis Methodist Hospital Is recovering rapidly it was announced today. Farm Machinery Still Rationed: Street Carnival Planned June 19 r With (he s»me llcnlm she ostfl for » perky suit r>116r, Helene Gtmell recrfalcsj the , olct-fttliloTitd smbonncl ln| BIB 'model pictured above. There's \ hnge, mitcWng envelope bar f." 'i-ith i*. which the snme shades were used as seen In the garden flowers arranged In the living room. "'• Mrs. J. R. McDonald, the former Miss' Wlmtred.'JC'rnwford, will entertain with a coca-cola party''Mon- day morning at her apartment foi Miss Tompkins. All of the Tompkins' families who live nt Burdetlc plantation, wil be^ guests of Mrs.. George Hale cousin of the bride-elect, and' Mi- Hale for n dinner party Monday light, at their home. \ Miss Rttmey will be hostess to n imrty Tuesday with plans incomplete pending her return from Nor- fol, Vn., where she was maid of iionor this morning in the wedding of. her sister, Miss Hcloke llamcy and Ensign' Fiske Miles. Mrs. E. B. Woodson will entertain Wednesday morning with n bridge party nl her home, followed by n luncheon. Mrs. E. A. Tenford, mother of Lieutenant Tenford, will entertain with n lea Wednesday afternoon at her home in Osccoln. Mr. nnd Mrs. Mnrlon Williams will have a dinner pnrty Wednesday night nt their home. Several other affairs will be :rowded into the brief time left if possible, with del nils to be announced Inter. * * * MRS. BYRON IHOKSK ENTERTAINS CLUB. Mrs. Byron Morse cntertninec ,hc Thursday Luncheon Club yes ;erday afternoon with Mrs. Otti Kochtltzky ot Columbus. Miss-., Mrs Paul Qutnn, of Smyrna, Tcnn and Mrs. Byron .Morse of Will Rock as guests. Summer flowers decorated th living room where the two smn' tables were placed for lunch. In the bridge games, high scoi prize was awarded lo Mrs. R. r Klrshner with second high to Mr C. W. ACTUck. DOUBLE FOUR CIAJ1! MEETS YESTERDAY. The Double Four Club mel yos- :crdny afternoon with Mrs. Ivy W. Crawford when Mrs. W. B. Garrotl became a new member. In the bridge games, high score priie was awarded lo Mrs. Roy Rca with Mrs. John Foster winning second high. A dessert course nnd Iced drinks were served' at tiie conclusion of the games. OSCEOUA, Ark., June 11. — A vcdcling of Interest to Bassett and South Mississippi friends was that of Miss Edwjnn Juanlta Johnson, laughter of Dr. nnd Mrs. R. L. Johnson of Ilassett, to Scrgt. Arnold Taylor Billion, son of the ate G. L,. Brilln of Kerrvllle, Tenn. The ceremony was performed nt •i o'clock Sunday nftcmoon June (i. ;it Ihe Basstlt Presbyterian Church by the Rcv.'L. T. Lawrence of Os- ceoln, pastor of Osccola ami Bas- selt churches. Baskets of pink gladioli nnd ivhltg carnations against n background of greenery decomlcd the church for the candlelight cere-, inony. A program of nuptlnl music and Ihe traditional wedding marches, were, played by Mrs. J. M. BuineUof Joiner. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a dress of while satin and mnrulsette with sweetheart, neckline, cnlln lily point- sleeves nnd finger-tip veil of illusion. She carried pink rosebuds ud gardenias. Miss Mildred Brlllon of Ken- ilc r slslcr of the bridegroom, was mid of honor and carried pink nd while carnations. Hugh licn- ilx of Memphis wns best man. Miss Ruth Billion of Kerrville nd Miss Lonnie Moore Johnson f Bnsscll served ns usherettes ,'Hh -little Jnnlcc Johnson smug ns ring bearer and Miss Donna Sue Johnson lighting Ihe candles, lie Inlter three arc sisters of the bride. All wore while street length Iresses. CAR.UT11ERSVIL.L.E, Mo., June II.—The animal Street. Carnival of the Junior Chamber of Commerce will be held here Saturday evening, June 10. from O p. 'in., on, it wns announced Wednesday by Cecil Book nnd George King, co-chairmen of the crnivnl comhiiltee. It I be situated on East Fifth Street. Colored lights will be strung- overhead, nnd public address system Installed to acquaint visitors with the locnlton. Games, booths nnd special features will be prepared and operated by tlie Jaycec members. A special feature will be ail auction sale of Imrd-to-ijet items, such as alarm cities, flashlight.";, clcclric wire, coffee, sugar, bacon, rifle mul shotgun shells, and olher itenis that wartime reslricllons have = made scarce. Faun machinery Is still rationed on a stnle basis according lo Ray A. Waters, with the Agricultural Adjustment Agency in Blytheville. It Is still necessary for the farmer to have n certificate in.oi'dcr to purchnsc most any type of farm equipment. There- are no county ([iiotns at this time, how- over the farmer who wishes to pur- chnsc equipment mast first locate the equipment before members of the Farm Machinery Rationing Committee, are authorized to issue ii certillcatc under Ihe New rood Production Order. 'Ilie farmers, should locate the equipment prior to making application since no application will be nclctl on until the equipment is located, 11 wns pointed out. WARNING ORDER IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF C11ICKASAW13A DISTRICT OP MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. Thomas W. Langfoid, Plalnllff, vs. No. 8320 Louise . Lnngford, Defendanl. The defendant Louise C. Langford Is hereby warned to appear within thirty days In the court named In the caption hereof nnd answer the complaint of the plain- till Thomas W. Ltmgford. Dated this 1 day of June, 1943. HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk By Doris Mulr, D. C. Percy A. Wright, Ally, for Pltf. Claude F, Cooper, Ally, ad Lllem. Mlerolies Mini's Frlernl I,O3 ANGELES, Cal. IUI>>— Human life is absolutely depcndenl on baclerla, which olherwlse would kill all planl life on which human life, he slates, derives its food from life depends, according to Dr. 'heodoi'e D. lieckwlth. All plant acterlal activity. The usual population of one ounce of lop .soil In cultivated field, lie says, is more him IEO.000,000 bacteria, while in he top foot of sol) of an acre field re 1,500 tons of bacteria. "The Microbe Is man's uesl friend," he .sserts. The bride wns graduated from Slinwnce High School and Mississippi Synodlcni College nl Holly Springs and also attended Missis- ippi State College for women nl Columbus, Miss. The bridegroom Is mnster ser- ;eant with the U. S. Army Air 3orps and stationed nt Tampa, Fin., where they will live for Ihe present. Following the ceremony n reception for the bridal party nucl friends was held nt the home to Dr. nnd Mrs. Johnson in linssctt. At The Hospitals Itlytlicvillc Hospital Dismissed— Mrs. J. W. Cox, Hermpndale, Mo. Mrs. Andrew Taylor, Calfon, Wo. Walls Hiispilul Admitted— i J. W. Fowler, city. Dismissed— •Mnrthn Ann While, ctly. Memphis St. Joseph's Hospital Admitted- Archie Champion, city. Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted— Dnisy Joyce Ilaynes, Wilson. Memphis U.iptist 1Ios|]ita! Admitted— Mrs. Odic Smilh, Holland, Mo. Mrs. Melvin Halsell, cily. John F. LeiHI, cily. 'Mrs. Lee Wilson, city. Crop Penalty Abolished Farmers have been advised that the penalty of $15 an acre on war crops has been nbollshccl, accord- Ing lo Ray A. Waters, senior field assistant with the Agricultural Ad- juslmenl Agency in Blylhcvlllc. Tills riieaiis that there will no •penalty or pnymcnt on soybeans liarvesled for beans. However, it is pointed out this crop should lie cnrcd for and harvested for oil purposes since it is in urgent need for war purposes and food. Every available acre of land h Mississippi County should be \isei for some type of crop, it has beer olntcd out. Pool To Open Sunday OARUTIIERSVILLE. Mo., June 11.—The Cnrutliersvillc Municipal Swimming pool will oi>cii lor tin IDW season next Snndny afternoon, June 12th, at 2 o'clock, it was announced loilay by Mayor \V. D Byrd. To Krr -Is . Human HOLLYWOOD, Cal, (UP)— Lionel Bnrrymore mnkes a very convinc lug physician In his series of "Dr. Cllllesple" pictures bul ns a self- imposed diclilan he is not so hoi. lie allowed himself lo get poisoned on his favorite dish of spaghetti and meatballs and spend days In a hospital that wns not a Dliony one on the sound singe. Gifts for WciMing.s and all special occasions. Lamp Post Shop Ilgwy. Bl, 2 Miles So. Prone 2798 YOU GIRLS WHO SUFFER Distress From Which Make* You Cranky, Nmwts- Ttil h«ed if voa, ll!c« so manr women »nd Blrts, h»vc all or otiy one of the« tymptoms: Do sou on such d»j« nitfer CTWtipa, hwaschcs, b»dk- »cl»,»»»k, ntryom !«clIBE«,<tistrt«« ot "ImgutartUM", pcrltxu of tlie bluet-flue to liiacuoial monthly ABod? . BUrt It OK ft—tn Lrdla C ' l^^x\taanme^si^m^. naklMfcTi CompgUB* u 1mm, , t* Mien msotMy pain , net- «0«ot on cm or wo»t»>f8 JIOCT IK?O»T»«T ontit*. Ttten regularly—Plnkhim't Compound h tips build up reilsUnco &g&l7ut neh nmptomc. Thousands upon UiouHndt ot women hive re- portad bt»fit. LytUa Plnkh&rn's Compound ti ftl- «o • Hn« Hom«chlc tonlcl Oct » bottfe rtcht aVkjr from your druc- gut. Follow Ubel dlrKtlooi. Netherlands-o»-Coasl SAN FRANCISCO. Cnl. (UP) — hlscltyhns now tecoine Uic hciiil- invlcvs of the Netherlands Mcr- mnt Marine nnd «11 ils ncllvrtles re (lircctcrt from Uere. U w the enrcst San tt'nncisco has lo a ;ovcriimcnl-i»-esilc." . No AVaiiin^ N&W SACRAMENTO, Cnl. (UP)'—Mnv inge in California for til t time in years arc Vjcing so! on a cnsh and carry basis. This ha leen made po.ssihlc by Lhc rc of the "gin mnrriagc" law, wliic 'equiretl npplicants to gi\'C Hire lays notice or intention to wed i order to make certain they wei lot under ihe influence of gin Ihe time. TVFO inspiring: bands anfl no glamour of uniforms and decorations J-' cheer these, unsung heroes, ot World War II. With patriotic determination dairymen toil long hnurs UBfler serious handicaps of labor ana material shortages to produce Rod so vital to the winning of the war. Dairy foods are of front-rank Importance In keeping fighters and workers fit, says the National Dairy Council. Food production is the nation's most critical problem. Fighters on the farm are as essential to the war effort as those in munition plants or on the firing line. NO ASPIRIN cnn do more for you, so why pay more? vyorhl'sliiriicsl seller at l<V.:Uilablcts2(y, 100 for only •&£, Get Si. Joseph Aspirin. •^^^"^^^•^™^^™^^™^^™™^ MI/ Continuous Shows Every D»y Box Office Opens 1:41 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 9:M un. 12:45 pm. 1:30 p.m. WARNING ORDER N THE CHANCERY COURT OF CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OP MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. lolin Slivka, Plaintiff, vs. No. 8191 El cf c Slivkn. Defendant. ThG defendant Elsie Slivka is icreby warned to appear within hh'Ly days in the court named in lie caption hereof and answer the complaint of (he plaintiff John Slivka. Dated (his 20 day of April, 1943. HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk By Doris Muir, D. C. Virgil Greene, Ally, for 'Pltf. Lucien Colcman, Atty. ad Litem. G/2-9-1G-23 Bought Island tor Two Hals NANTUCKET, Mass. (UP)—Nail- lucket Island, now a swanky summer resort valued nl $13.000,000, was purchfiEcd In ifrtl by Thomas Mnyhew from Ihe Province of New York for the price of two beaver, lints. Lust Time Today For Me and My Gal with Judy Garland &• Ceorge "Murphy Paramount News & Short Subjects Saturday GEnemiTRY BEllS" BEAT! rnsli irritated skin — IhrilbtothctoucliofMn- THE formerly Mexican Up A I .'""^"'"'vdcr. Forsooth•"'""*'•• ing help, get Mex&una.. •' ' •"* . -,. . • stones Kansas Cily grain mills grind between 80 and 90 million bushels of Kansas wheat annually. Kill Mosquitoes Spray room with Bee Brnnd Insect Sprny, 15 minutes Inter, sweep them up. Kills flies, bed bugs, too. Sorry, our Bee Brand Insect Powder cw- taHid fof dura- V' H °°Wnen I came out to this ; n the Funeral nd believe me, itssn lUed to «se Calumet! Serial: "Perils of Nyoka" No. 10, and Selected Shorts Cont. Showing Satur. 1:00 to 11:30. DANCE Saturday Night 9:30 to / O'Clock In the Beautiful Blue Room of the HOTEL NOBLE A1U CON01TIONBI) For Cool Comfort! Admission 66c Per Person COVERS WALLPAPER FAST! EASY! INEXPENSIVE^ Thi» magic ecw On Pont p*!ol thioi tfawMtr>^'> if *° mlnutesl Idnl for w«llp«p«-, wallboird, plaster, brick, «C; t gilloa of Spttd-Eaij ptxt make* up to 1W gallons of paiot ,—toough for the aytrmgn toota; And John Miles Miller Co. Distributor 123 W. Ash .rhone Z001 •t to the men!" Rate answers. But I v, onder if your miners know what ™kes Calumet so •iepondable. It's because Calumet , s doubl e -ac(ir,g- works once m the mixing bowl and again in the oven. 'h "Surprise your boys with this temptm- dessert. The first tirne /fried it, the ordersfo rsecon(f came so fast, I n | mosl m , sscd getting some myself!" Sunday and Monday 'A Yank At Eton' with Mickey UoonPy and Kdinond (i we un. Paramount News & Selected Short* ROXY Bargain Nltht Every Night Eicei* Saturday. Box Office Opens 0:45 Show Starts 7:00 C«ntlnn»o» Shown gat. »ni So*. 2 cups $ifl«d Swans Down CoVe Flour 2 teaspoons Cnlumet Baking Powder l /2 teas;nx>n salt 4 tablespoons shortening *>i cup mi!k Melted butter 1 \'z cups fresh blackberries 6 tablespoons sugar • Sifl flour once, measure, ndd baking powder and salt, ond sift again. Cut in shortening. Add milk nil at onco nml stir carefully until nil flour ia dampened. Then stir vigorously unlil mixture formi n soft dough and follows spoon tiround bowl. Turnout immediately on floured bonrd nnd Imcad 30 seconds. Roll Yt inch thick. Brush (.All mcfljuremcnri arc level.) $ willi melted butler, cover with blackberries, end sprinkle with sugnr. Roll (is for jelly roll. Moisten edge and press against roll. Place in greased loaf pnn with edge of roll on und«r side» btusli with melted butter, ond bake In not oven {400° F.) 25 to 30 minutes. Servo hot with cream or any hot dessert sauce? Last Time Today 'Hold Back ihe Dawn' willi Charles Boypr ami Olivia ]>l'H:lvill:iml Selected Shorts Saturday (in cor m WAiior AND sraol I OF GttUHD-MHJMIHtl \ iimiiiimiiHiimin EUSEIiCtE.UDLFOilDS CALUMET Serial: "Vantslitnj Men" Ne. 3 anil Selected Short Subject Continuous Showing Sat. 1 to 11:3* Sunday & Monday 'Sergeant York 1 wllli Gary Cooper and Joan For, Ncwi Continuous shoving Sun. 2 to 11:

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