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t'A'GE'TWO BLTTHEVILfcH.),<'ARK.). COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, MAY 20, NMJ ' Coming EJventt MONDAY Roman's Missionary Unlog,, First Bapllst Church, haunj circle meetings: ^Circle One, Miss Coidella Wilhite: Circle Two, Mrs. Charles Hav ^'eucomb: Circle Three, Mrs J, V:: Henderson:' Circle Pour, Mrs. C. E.-•Johnson: Circle Five, Mrs. E. f Hnidin, Executive Board^ arid i Women's Council of Christian Church, having business meeting at home of Mrs. Tom Martin'-at Dell. Woman's Society of Christian Service, Lake Street Methodist Church, meeting at church, S-SO p. m.' TUESDAY Mrs W. O. Hige'nson entertaining Tuesday Bildge Club Double Ot Club meeting with Mrs. J. Farrls McCalla. G.N.B. ,Club: meeting with Mrs, Bsion Nail. Mrs James Hill Jr, entertaining Woman's Chib at l o'clock luncheon. WEDNESDAY Mi's C. J. Little entertaining Fuendly Seven Club. Town and Country Club meeting With; Mrs. Fred Rutherford. Mrs/.: Elbe'rt' Huffman entertaining A.D.C/Club. Mrs. B. A Lynch entertaining Chapter "D'' P.E.O. for luncheon, l p. n>: Clifti-. Eight meeting- with Mrs, I, S, Benlsh. ' THURSDAY Thursday Luiicluon Club meeting \vlthjMrs Russell Phillips. Mrs. 'Henry .Humphreys, entertaining,Thursday Contract Club. FRIDAY CBC Club meeting with Mis Bake Bread For Breakfast Jam rolls are special breakfast treat. Lcndennie Fowler. Mrs. Jerry Hearn 400 Club. entertaining BY GAYNOU MADDOX NBA Staff \Vrller Warm days nsk for food that tempts the appetite. How iiljout something different In the filled roll line? They nrc so rich; they require no butter. Kolaclies or Jam Rolls Three-quarters cup mllk,"T~yeast cake, 4 tablespoons hike-worm water, 2 tnblesjjoons sugar; 'A cup melted shortening, 14 teaspoon salt, ! .ess bealci), 214 cups bread flour, sifted, V, cup Jnrh or marmalade. Heat the milk to boiling point; cool until lukewarm. Soften yeast n water. Add sugar, melted shortening, salt, beaten egg and softened yeast; to lukewarm milk, sift flour Into liquid mixture and stir lihlll all.Ingredients arc well mixed. C C I/mgston entertaining Fndaj Luncheon CHiu. Knead dough In Ihe bow) imlll It no longcr^stlcks lo sides. Cover nnd let rise- until -double In bulk, toss dough on n floured Aboard; cut Into about 18 'pieces of equal size and roll into sinnl] balls. Let rise until double in bulk; make a Might depression In [lie center of each roll and (111 with Jnm or marmalade. Place the rolls into lliree well grenscd. crinkle edge, heat rcslsl- nnl glass pie pistes, rsnke in n mod- era le oven, 350 degrees F., ubout 15 minutes. If desired, these rolls may be frosted with a confectioner's sugar icing. These delicious rolls require no uutler. For n Mil fr Bits>of News Mr. nnd Mrs. Crawford M. Noble left today for Jonesboro, where the^ will spend several days before going to Chicago lo attend a hotel convention, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Stevens- left today for Montreal, N. O., where Mr. Stevens will attend the Presbyterian General Assembly as a delegate from the Arkansas Presbytery. They also will attend graduation exercises to be held Tuesday at Montreal college, when their daughter, Miss Marjorle Stevens, will graduate f>'om the high school department.. They plan to return here, accompanied by their daughter, about May 30. Mis. J. C. Roach Is spending the weekend In Memphis with Mr. Roach, who Is employed in defense work there. Miss Eugenia Crawford is spending the weekend In Memphis with friends. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. GUlenwntci nnd two daughters, Mary Belle and liclty, 'left this morning for Marl- nmifl, Ark., where they will attend the wedding of Miss Martha Lnngs- ton this afternoon nt 5 o'clock. Betty and Mury Belle will serve as flower girls in the wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Thomasson left this morning for Centralia, 111., toes, and sliced hard-cooked. eggs, Frcricli dressing, triese jam rolls and cottage cheese.' Miss Acton Is Bride } Of Di. Newell Jerome Miss Mnrgorct Jane Acton, daughter of MTS T Floyd H Acton, became the bilde of Dr, Newell G Jeiome in n candlelight ceremonj perfoimed last night, ? o'clock, at First Presbyterian Church ' Tlib Rev. Harvey T Kldd, pastor of the church, read the double ring coiemony in the presence of a large number of guests Masses of huckleberry vines with its delicate white blossoms, weie used, Will in the organ loty, and above,ithe,'Chancel! rnil, .while tall cathedral tapeis arranged In tiered wrmjghtiron candelabra and flanked witl^jfern trees and floor baskets of white gladioli, marked the place loi the *lndal party7i ' ', Slender white alstfe posts holding mor^of the cat\\edral candles nnc lied^vuth white satin bows am •sprays of huckleberry vines, markec the places of the families of the biiddj coupl? Prfcedlng the ceremony n yro- grau) of prenuptial music,'was giver uy Bernard Gooch, organist, anc. Ross' Stevens, vocahit SelecUons pinned by Mr Gooch included t"In- termezzo", Prodost, ' I Love Ttiee", Grieg and "Sylvia ' bj Speaks.' Mr. Gooch also sened as accompanist for Mr Stevens, who sang, "Because ', bj Guy d Hardelat. The Bridal Chorus from ' Lohengrin" by Wagner was used as a processional, with ' I lebestraum" by Liszt, softly Plaved during the exchange of vows Mendelssohn's We^din" M->rch" \vas heard for the recessional. •" During the musical program the » taperi were lighted by the ushers Dr Gepige Cone and Dr Perils Tuirenttae, both of Osceola. Miss Mary Adah Robinson and Miss Ina Jane Heywood of Tulsa Okl», cousin of the bride, served as maids of honor They wore identical frocks of aqua net over taffeta, fashioned with basque waists and very full floor length skirts They earned shower bouquets of yellow rosebuds and v,ore coronels of nqua net and stephanotis in their hair. Mrs George Scott Puryear of Memphis, matron of honor, wore \ellow chiffon made with a basque waist, a sweetheart neckline, and bouffant skirt She wore a coronet of yellow net «jth stephanotis anc carried an arm bouquet of pink rosebuds The bride, given in marriage bv Gordon S Wright of Caruthersville Mo, was dressed In a formal:wedding dress of white chiffon satin. The closeflltlng wntst was sanded at the neck with a deep yoke of real Ince, and WHS buttoned down the back with tiny satin cov- ;red buttons. Long lace mitts cx- Leneled past, the elbow U> the short puff sleeves of the frock, A deep rufllc of self material banded the tull skirt mid extended up the back lo form a bustle effect. Her fingertip length veil of'misty illusion fell from a halo of seed irearls, and she carried a bouquet formed of orchids and white rosebuds, showered with slephanplis. Dr. Quentln Jerome of West Memphis served his brother ns best mnn. Immediately following the ceremony, n reception was given nt the Acton home for members of the bridal party nnd out-of-town guests present at the wending Floor baskets of white gladioli were used throughout the house, while the refreshment table, covered with a laee cloth, t \vas fcaltir- co with a large tiered wedding cake, lopped with a miniature bride and groom. A bridal white arrangement of white gladioli, asters, sweetpc:\s olid ornithoglnm vvns used on the buffet. Mrs. Quentln Jerome of West Memphis.served IVuj wedding c'ake and Mrs. Car) E. Bailey'Jr., presided at the punch bowl. Assisting in entertaining the guests were Mrs. Melvin Halsell and M|ss Patricia Wise, while Miss Foiita Jerome of Wilson, sister of the bridegroom, was In charge of the guest book. Dr. and Mrs. Jerome left later lr. [lie evening for n 10-dny wedding trip before returning here to make their home. For traveling, the bride chose n two-piece suit of soft blue gabardine with which she wore navy and while accessories: ami an orchid • corsage. Alice Estelle Williams To Wed William Shippen OSCEOLA, Ark., May 20.—Mrs. A. F. Williams of Osceola today announced the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Miss Alice Estelle Williams, to William Joseph Shlppen, son of Mrs. E. S. Shippen and the late Mr Shipper). Miss Williams, who was graduated from Osceola high school, has held a position with the Mississippi County Bank for the past year. Mr. Shippen was graduated from Gulf Coast Military Academy, and attended University of Alabama and the Naval Academy at Annapolis Md. He Is a veteran of World War II, having served several months In the Pacific area. The wedding will be a social event of the early Summer. Vfrs. McCool Compliments Lunclieon Club Members ! Mrs. Edith McCool yesterday cu-' lortnlncd nienibors of the Friday Luncheon Club, with whom she often plays bridge, and one guest, Mrs. David Hill of Davenport, "Iowa, riovisegnest of Mrs. James Hill Jr. • .The affair, a bridge luncheon, was lven at the Robinson home on West Walnut, which wns attractively arranged with mixed Spring flowers. ' Luncheon wns served at small tables In the living room, and bridge was played during .the afternoon. ; Mrs. W. M. McKcirzie: received lilgh;scorc prize mid fvlrs.'DavId Hill, second high. •",..' ' , V, "•(', • : , * '.'*'»"!':"'' : • Mrs. Bi-yum Is ; Hostess ':' : . • iLllllcs and roses, frpuvthe colorful gin-dens of Hie -Pa'ui ' Bynim' home w'orc elTect!vely''Vu>c'd lo jdecprate tlie^eiilerlaliiing rooms yesterday .afternoon when Mrs r Byruiii.S,v l ds,hosr less lo members of thc~C. B.C. Cliib. Nlrs. J. D Smith lecelve'd high score prize, Mis C J Little, second high,, ami bi-ldgo. ' Mis \ R A Copeland. A dessert course '.was served. ,' : o * • • 400 Club Is Entertained Mrs. T. J. Price wns hostess to members of lhe'40d Club 1 y6sterday afternoon when she.entertained at her home on Dougnn Avenue. Liverpool rummy was played during the afternoon, .with high score prize nwarded Mrs. Roy Woods nnd second high, Mrs. Tom Mabry. Spring flowers clccornlcd the living room or (he house, and the hostess served light refreshments. Phebean S. S. Class Entertained Last Night The Phcbcnn Sunday School Clnss of First Baptist.. Cluirch, met Insl night nt (lie home of tliclr teacher, Mrs. Theodore.! Logan, for n pol-lnek supper and -business meeting. - ••'-.'-. Mrs. Fletcher King',' class president, presided <ovcr'jhe business meeting when three officers were elected lo replace officers who have moved away. Mrs. Herbert Whltc- liead was nnined secretary nra Mrs. Wade Reeves and Mrs. Haryej Chapman, group captains. Fourteen members and two guests, Mrs. Ted King and Mrs Edna Lawson, attended the affair. Mrs. J. F. Etchlson nnd Infant daughter, Ronnie Fay.-arrived yes- lerdny by plane " from LdiJolla, Calif., for an extended visit with her parents. Mr..and Mrs, Hermon Wnlpole, and C. B. Etchlson. They will be here while Wnrrant Officer . F. Etchlson, .who Is with the an- I-nlrcraft division of the Army, Is icing transferred. R. N. Hill Jr., of New York, nv- •Ived Thursday for n 10-day visit with his mother, Mrs. R. N. Hill Er., nnd Ills sister, Mrs. E. E. Blny- qck and Mr. Blaylock. Sei'Bt. and Mrs. Mnvvin Gene Sykes of Waco, Texas, will arrive icxt week to spend their furlough iere as guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. J.' W. Sykes and family. Mrs. .George. Pollack Jr., under- vent a major operation this morn- ng at Memphis' Baptist Hospital. Mr. Pollock, wh/i went down v;itli' icr yesterday, will return home to- norrow. Judy Williams of Caruthersville,Mo., granddaughter of'Mr. and Mis,' John iWnlden of-Blytheville, is •& Jntlcnl .at; Walls'. Hospital. Mr. nrid.'Mrs.'J. P. Friend and sbuV R.'- A..-,Pi-lend l ,--have 'as their weekend gnest^-M.r.^and^Mrs. Paul Flowers and son,, Frarik/.bf Meni- 1'hls. •.:. ,•;.. ', 'Ay-;- : f Mis. W. H. Dyess of Luxorn, has returned home nftcf spending the Winter months in Hnztehurcl, Miss,, with her daughter, Mrs. J. j. Turner, and fnmlly! In 19-13, 181 hlghw.iy-railroa< grade crossings were eliminated 1 the U. S. ' "\UHITE Icing" is this spring'.; recipe for chic. It makes anj especially tempting style ireai'j when combined with gray as in' the sheer -woolen frock above, 1 ! wilh crisp pique neckline ripples'! and flared cuffs -The big graj* bcrel is also "iced" with piqut] piping and jaunly while feather* At the Hospital* Walls Hospital Admitted— : ' . Mrs. 1 Ollie Wilson, Steele, Mo. Judy Williams, Caruthersville Mo Billy Wicke.' 1 , Manila. William Luther. Cooler,'Mo. lilytlievillc Hospital Admitted— Uicfcie Young, city. , Mrs. James Cozarl, cily. DLsmissed— Lucille Jones, Armorel. ' Memphis Bapllst Hospital Adinltlcd— , •: Mrs. Roy- Gi-ecnwell, Joiner. Mrs. P. M. Ford. Burdette Mrs. George Pollock, city Men In Servic.e Mrs: Earl Sulltvan-has received word of the arrival in Hawaii of her husband, Earl'Sullivan, who ts a seaman 2-c with the Navy. William W. Shcrrlck, soli of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Sherrick of -Blythe- vllle, was among the. recent grad- uales from an intensive course for lorpednnien nt Great Lakes Naval Training Station, III.: He was selected for tills specialized training on the basis of lib-recruit train- Ing aptitude test scores. Word has been received here of the promotion of Paul A. Burks, former postofflce employee in Ely- Ihevillc, to the rank of staff ser- geanl. Sergeant Burks, whose wife makes her home in Blytheville, Is with the Air Forces and Is believed to be somewhere.In England. HeM courier wew» mint * CHURCH S NEWS CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE i First and Sycamore F. W. Nash, pastor Sunday Scbool, 9:45 a. m. Morning worship, 10:50 a. m. "Experiencing a Holy Heart", pastor's sermon. Services for young people, 1-15 p, in. Evening sendee, 8 p. m. "The Time Is Now", pastor's sermon. Wednesday night, 8 o'clock, midweek prayer meeting followed by choir practice. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Walnut and Eighth Rev. E. C. Brown, pastor Sunday School, 9:30 a. m. Philip J. Deer, supt. Morning worship service, 10:45 a. m. Anthem "Peace of God", Acklcy Sermon by chaplain George H Marrs. There will be no services at the church Sunday nleht. The Baccalaureate service of Blytheville high school will be held at the high school stadium at 0:30 p m WEDNESDAY ' ' 7 p. m. Teachers and officers meetm?, 7:30 p. m. Mid-week prayer service. 8:10 p. m. Choir practice. BAPTIST CHAPEI, Lilly Street Sunday School, 9:30 a. in. Russell Baugh, supt. PILGRIM LUTHERAN CHURCH Sixth and Walnut Sts. Sunday School and Bible Class 10 a. m. Morning worship, 11 a, m. "Communion with God In Prayer", pastor's subject. The Rev. W. C. Krueger, Institutional chaplain of Memphis, will have charge of the service. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Harvey T. Kidd, minister 9:45 a.m., Sunday School 11:00 a.m., "The Christian's Race." 0:30 p.m., Young People. 7:30 p.m., 'The Tower of Babel" Wednesday, 7:30 p.m., Prayer meeting. , YARBRO-PROMISEB LAND METHODIST CHURCHES 1>. G. Himlman, pastor YAIIUUO Church School, 9:50 n.m. Pniil Abbott, supt. Worship service, 8:15 p.m. This will give you ample lime to attend the Baccalaureate service at the high seliool stadium. Youth Fellowship, 1:45 p.m. Mrs. Panora Abbott, councillor. PROMISED LAND Church School, 9:50 a.m. Felix Hill, suiit. Worship service, 11 a.m. _/' Youth Fellowship, 7:45 p.m. J.^M Sikes, councillor. -'..•" ST. .STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL •• '"-'• '' \ LAKE '•STREET METHODIST •A;-; . .'•' CIII/KCH ;';•* , ;"-, y;/; J>ales''S'turiy,-pastor . : ., >pliurc1i School?;'3':56't a. 1 - rn.Mver- soh Mon-ls, siipt;^ f" '-'/ " Morning worship, 10:45 n. m.i "Witnesses of Trlumpli", pastor's' subject. Junior, Intermediate and Senior Ypulh Fellowship. 7 p. in. Evening service. 8:20 p. m., following Bnccnlnureat services at high school stadium. Sermon subject, ,"O\n- Heavenly High Priest". , Will go to the chapel for services Tuesday night. • .-Prayer meeting Wednesday nlghl, 8 o'clock. : ..•.. . •• •.•...• : . S.lstri and Walnut V Streets • Thomas B. Smytlie Jr., minister'- i:9:30. a.m., Churcli School..,.; , -f' -,'. 11. a.m.;- Morning prayer and s'er- nipn.'' : ..:j . h'-l'i'.. 5 '!:. Friday, 7:30 p.m., Choir Vehearsal; CALVVAKY EPISCOPAL ''"' ' ., Osceola , J; . 'Thomas II. Smyllie, Jr., minister: 7:38 p.ni, Evening prayer and se'r- moh. • : ' . . .;.'-,' CvtLVARV BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. G, >JV. Archer, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. James Barber, supt. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. "The Church That Jesus Built", pastor's topic. B.T.U. 0:30 p. m. Jim England, director. Evening worship, 7:30 o'clock, "What Must I do to Be Saved", pastor's topic. Wednesday night. 7:30 o'clock, midweek prayer service and choir rehearsal, Edwin Barger director. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES Woman's Clubhouse U1G W. Mafn < . "Soul and Body" Is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be rend In all Churches nnd Societies of the Church of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday. The Golden Text Is: "For our conversation Is in Heaven; from whence also^we look for the Saviour, the Lord Jesus Christ: who shall change our vile body, that It may be fashioned like unto hfs glorious body, according (o the working whereby he k able even to subdue all things unto himself." Phillpplans 3:20,21. Among- the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon is the following from Ihe Bible: "Know ye not that your body ts the temple of the Holy Ghost which is In you, which ye have of God, nnd ye are not your own?" 7 Corinthians G.-19. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Main and Seventh Stmels : S. B. Wilfira. minister • Church School, 9:45 n. m. U. S.- Branson, Superintendent. Morning Worship, 10:55 a. tn. Mrs. W. O. Anthony, of Chicago, will sing'the solo. "The Lord's Prayer," by Mallotte. Intermediates will meet at the church at 4:00 p. in. Sunday for a meeting of their World Friendship Group. There will be no Evening Service nt the church because of the l)ac- calaureate service to be conducted at the high school stadium Sunday evening. Choir Rehearsal, Wednesday, 8 >. m. FREE BIBLE STUDIES Truth brines consolation To those of goodwill "Tiiith Makes Free", study Wednesday 8 p. m. "Wfttchtower" study Sunday 8:30 p. m. •; Jehovahs Witnesses Kingdom Hall ; 503 W. Main Everyone Welcome No Collections IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CHURCH Ash and Division Streets Rev, J. J. Thompson Rev. 3. P. McCoimell Sunday Masses, 7:30 and 10:30 a. m. Weekday Masses, 6:30 and 8 a. m; Sunday evening at 1:30 o'clock' Holy Hour for peace and men and women In service. Friday evening, 7:30 o'clock, Novena in honor of our sorrowful Mother. MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP 1M 8. Pint Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problems ETtnrnp Bj Appotetneal' The Gift Shop Modem'and Antique Gifts COSMETICS BABY GIFTS GREETING CARDS .- NOVELTIES! •A-GUt For Everybody ram. Bide. . : - Phone 225* •' BRYAN 1 GUM Whether you feel sad or Ray, You'll like HOTCIiy gum today. . . - KODAK FILMS Developed and Finished • THREE DAY, SERVICE Guaranteed Work . . . Reasonable Prices O'STEEN'S STUDIO 105 W.-Main -' . • Coffon /s Queen In Spring Blouses BY EPSIE KINARD NEA Sittt Writer NEW YOBK —Some of the dressiest blouses to'chuck a girl under and to step out with companion kirts. tire made of cotton—cotton landled as respectfully as chiffon >y designers but ns able ns baby's rompers to emerge crisp nncl fresh rom suds, chlorine nnd hot Irons. Cotton charmers that you've loved iince your kindergarten days—plain ind striped chrvmbray, neat-and- tidy printed gingham, pastel-colored, figured and white seersucker, ongclotli, poplin, men's shirting, balloon cloth, pique and sheers— are given mannered airs and a worldly-wise look by top-ranking blouse' designers, who endow them with the same trim, cut, tit nnd tailoring that was once lo be found only in fine silk and rayon blouses. Florence Galnor, who puts her designing talents into and tucks her prestige labels on cottons, has turned out a group of style leaders m striped ever-fast chambrny that vie with anything a well-h!oused woman can wear. One ol her newest treatments are graduated self ruffles, used in the blouse at left, to frame a heart-shaped neckline and to edge a side-swung front closure. Bosom pleats, with the starched stamina o£ a mans tux>?do shirt, climb up from the neckline to chin-chucking height.? to give another ktrlped shirt four-star bill Ing. Clean, crisp rick-rack is often th, touch that makes a cotton blouse i«» .M« </T ..iiiT B i 11 lou<:n uw.maices a cotton biousc her chin, lo spill from her ]acket, as | n u^ case 0( lhe striped cham ay, shown right, with Its sharp while trim making the most Ot n cau whiskers bow lodged under tho 511", and of cuffs as exactly tallor- c d as n man's. WAKE UP! Summer Is Here... 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