The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 28, 1944 · Page 2
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(AUK,) COUK1ER NEWS • FKJDAY, Al'Wf, 28, 1<M<1 Mj-s. Little Entertains j Club Eight Members, At Afternoon Bridge Party Guests Arc Honored A)l memlws of (he cgc. Club attended the P^ty given, yesterday 8ft«rn<x>n by Mrs. C. J, Little at her country Highway 61 North. home on Roses., snowballs and iris were n i Hinged !n the rooms used for entertaining. High score prlz* ITRS received by Mtp. O. :<?. Elklns, second high When Mrs, H. O. PmiXw entertained members of Club Eight yesterday afternoon for their regular weekly bridge game, 6he also was hostess to three guests, Mrs, C. 0. Langston, Mrs. Jes.se M. Wl^le and Mrs. Ralph Nichols. Yellow lullp.5 fanned n colorful background for the small tables ar, . . . , ranged In (lie living room of the wnl.to Mrs. Lenderuile Fw.'cr c.nfli Pnrtlow home, brkigeo'to Mrs. D. C. Frrnn.ir,. ! Mrs. White received high score TJie. hostess .served o (••'..•.'••'•rVvrtee and Mrs. Paul Jolie, second A dessort course was served. pllfe with iced drinks. * * * M'fc. Shane Is Hostess To; Club Members, Guest tils. Tulips'.aiii"' srwitanlls' decorated the entertaining roojns when Mrs. Cecil Shane entertained mem- Uefs of the Mid .Week Club nnd otic filifU,.Mrs,, J,,Hv Elkiris yeslcrdpy afternoon at,''her home -on Wesl Main. - ..,: :•'•;;>••• '_• ... A' two-courso luncheon was sen 1 small/fables arrangert in (lie Church Members Fete Men Leaving For Duty Five young.men leaving for duty with the nnned forces were honored guests nt an informal service qnd "gei-logctlier" Jielil Wednesday night by members of the FMll- Gospel Tabernacle. •'Die affair, held nt the church, ^ .-j.v ~..,-...—, v » »T.*.-.i>w - especially complimented Clyde Dn- hvjng room. . vis,' Lesler Gray, Loren Maxwell, Mrs. B. A. Lynch received high Bill Boswcll, and Marvin Wicker score prize jrr the bridge games Bna WBS O u cndcci jj y a lttrgD E| . OUI> of friends. Refreshments were served nt Hie conclusion of several hours of Jn- during:the afternoon. '' Fqrtnightly Club Meets Yesterday For Luncheon Mrs..E. D. Ferguspn entertained infmbers of die" Fortnightly Club anp two guests, Mrs. E. A. Hale and Mi's. A. M. Butt, yesterday afler- noon with a bridge luncheon. Vases'"of,. Talisman roses nnd wljjle .daisies decorated the living room pf.the. house. where two small (aoles were arranged for luncheon, each centered with a tiny crystal ofjosebuds. ... InJiie'.brJdge games played (luring Hie afternoon, Mrs. M. O. Goodwin,-had: high score. Former Blytheville Man WWed Detroit Girl T!ie engagement of Miss Lydto Elizabeth Taylor,of Detroit, lo John ; Qitfncy Elliott, past, assistant surgeon (Reserve), U. 8. Public Health Service; U, S. Marine Hospital, has been announced by her parents, Mr. anil Mrs. Burt Eddy Taylor of Lake Shore road, Grosse Poinlc Farms'. Er. Elliott Is the son of Dr. nnd Mfs. Frank B. Elliott of Blytheville. He' atteridedLBlythevllle high school and received his degree at University of »Arkruuas Medical College. The wedding will take place early in June. „ Bridge Club Hopored By Mrs. E. F. Blomeyer Mrs. E. P. Blomeyer complimented; members of the Double'Fonr Chjb and two guests, Mrs. Joe Hlighes nnd Mrs. Worth D. Holder entertaining- yesterday afternoon at Jier home, which was bright with inta d' Spring flowers. Mrs. Theodore Logan h?,d high Scdre among , club members, and Mrs. Holder, a recent bride, was presented by her hostess with crys- tn|' in her selected pattern. 4n Ice course was served. » * • Sdn Is Born Monday Mr. and Mre, J. W.. Brooks an- notmce the birth of p. so'n Monday • at ^kallert Clinic, The baby has been named James Wesle., I'mcks Mr. Brooks IB a ships'cook, i-c, in ',1110 Navy, now serving overseas. Mr.s-. Brooks. Is the former. Miss Juanita McAnally. of Haytl. Mo.' formal entcrlolntncnt. r • v Thursday Luncheon Club Entertained By Mrs. Bell Mrs. James H. Bell entertained members of Die Thursday Limcli- con club with whom she often plnys bridge, yesterday afternoon with n luncheon followed by an afternoon of bridge. Talisman roses, yellow tulips and sprays of mock orange decorated the living 'room of (lie Bell liomp, where luncheon was served al small tables. Mrs, E, B. Qce received high score prize and Mrs. Russell pjijl- llps MS second high In [Jic bridge games plnycd. At the Hospitals BlrlhevlUc Hospital Admit led: Mrs. Paul Martin, city, U, L. Bcanlen, city. Odis Qlmnncll, Hillnml, Mo, Fannie Walton, clly. Dismissed: , Godfrey Myers, Canmicrsylllp, Mo, Walls Hospital Admitted! Mrs. John Armstrong. Steejc, Mo. Nellie Sue Moser, Tyler, Mo. Mrs. Finley Perkins, Rt. 2, city. Dismissed: Harry Bansom, city. Memphis Staplls! Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Louise Jones, city. J.,W. Flnnngan, city. Ralph Punk, Carutlicrsvllle, Mo. Menijilils St. Joseph's llusnitnl Admitted: Edgar ifuslck, Joiner. Busman's Holiday EDSON IN WASHINGTON World Money and Mr. White These WAVES took to water as trout season opened at Wissahickcn la Philadelphia. S'2c Marion Kosti ason opene stijje, left, has netted a 16' . , , inch trout which sho shows nil. proudly, to S/2c Mildred' Uathjiruj Bits of News Mostly Personal Button Parade Try onr "Own Made" ICE CREAM Ole Hickory Inn fram Hlf h Sch*8l /( HEAR REPORT TO THE NATION" i cry week this New Time 9:30 P,M. WEDNESDAY ' CBS Net Work Don't Miss It! ARfrMQ POWER CO. iyt'ss .DQfla Mulr jeft last nlBlil for Oinnlm, Neb., wliere she Will Visit hei 1 brother, George Mulr, nml pther relatives. Mr. Miilr Is nt- tclidlng school In Omnlin. Drs. Cnrl and Ednn Nlcs left .ycs- terdny nltemo'on for Little Rock \v\\nc tlicy nrc attending n stntc psteopatlilc meeting. They plnn to return Sunday. Blnucle Perry and Riley Wilson of Little nock, linve returned home after a brief visit here with Mr. Perry's mother, Mrs. Clam Perry. Mis. Irene Woods, Mrs. iienrlet- ln< Joyner and Frank Jllslio. all of ;Detroit, liave nn-Ivcd to be the guests ofi their inoLlicr, Mrs. Jti^it Wnrte, ami* Mrs.'Olara Perry. 1 >'', Airs. W. H. Byron us who has been conflni-'l tr> Wfills Hospital, is now Improving nt her home on 515 North Brondwny. .Robert Hood who underwent an operation recently Is now convalesc- \ng nt Ills honic on Highway 18, East Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred McGh.ee will leave tomorrow for Maryvllle, Tenti., where they will spend two weeks with Mr. McGhce's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester McGhee. Mrs. McGhee will [;o from there to Arcadia, La.., where she will visit for two weeks with her parents Mr. nnd Mrs E. D. Van Hooser. Mrs. Justin Elaine Ncely imd niece Sally Jo Elliott, returned today (o lliclr homo In Memphis after a week's vlsil licre with Mrs. Neely's parents, Dr. nml Mrs. F. B. Elliott. Mrs. Ray Mann and (wo children of Dundee, Miss., spent yesterday here as guests of her parents, Mr. mid Mrs. E. p. Ulomever and family. Mrs. Mniirlcc Goldberg will return tonight from New York, where she has spent two weeks with her husband, formerly of Blytheville Army Air Field, who recently was transferred. liV I'UTEH EDSON Courier News Washington Correspondent One little point the U. B. Treasury experts would like to (let over is that th 15 $8,000,OW,(HIO Intern a ttpnal Monolary Fund proposal they Jiave just uncorked Is not some fancy new panacea vvjjie, but 10-year-old stuff Hut has Ijeen rebolUed with a UUle brandy fortification nnd champagne added to make It fa./,. The Idea was first smiec/.ed out of the grapes of wrath after the financial crash of 1930-32. It was seen even then that something would have to be done to re-estaUlsli currency slnhlll/.ntlon as a means of Increasing world trade. In the United Stales, the first step was establishment o( a 52.000,000,000 stabilization fund In 1932. Two years later it became evident that those operations would have to be broadened In the International field, and In 1935 a stnbHii'.atlun agreement was made between the (J. s., Belgium. The Netherlands and Great DrUaln and France. The next year this was broadened to lake in SwItMi'land. Progress in world currency sttiblllHitlon. was thus jusl getUiig started when war broke out in Euroue. In )9U the United Slates tnckleil the problem from another angle. At the Pan American conference in Rio, a resolution was put through in fnvor of n meeting of finance ministers to consider establishing on international fund for stabilization of exchange rates, corrcctng mal-dls- tributlon of gold and strengthening monetary systems. SJuce that time these ideas have been under constant study, not only by the United States, but by everyone having a knowledge and feeling of responsibility for world monetary problems. Tlie United Slates took the lead by asking United Nations governments to send technical experts to Washington to design a nlun that would meet post-war problems then foreseen. OUR NUMBKK ONE BRAIN Number one brnln for the Uulled Stales in all tills dickering by 150 experts of 34 nations has been Harry D. White, who since 1938 has been director of monetary research in the U. S. Treasury, and has lived with this monetary stnbillation idea all tl)c while. Privately Mr. While tells Ills as- soointes that lie doesn't know why he bothers with all this. He woult) like to chuck It all and go live on (Fholo By Scnolqw Fabrics) TJUTTONS in pairs march up and dowzt this gray suit oJ aralac and spun rayon like cadels on parade. Port white pique bows, slit-inserled through top of walsl- jcoat-cul jacket and again Ihrough : lhe sleeves, repent the fresh while :acecnt of exactly two dozer ;butions. We Are Pleased to AnnounceThat W. o. GEURJN Is Now Connected With HOtT FUNERAL HOME Phope 571 For Ambulance Service HOUSING AND THE WAR NEW DWELLING UNITS IN NON-FARM AREAS CEASED. . STATE COLLEGE, P,r (UP), — During 20 months of war in 1917-18 the Senior Class at Pennsylvania NOTICE OF'FINAL'SETTLEMENT State College Invested SI,500 in The undersigned administrator of Liberty Bonds—In two ycnrs and said estate gives notice that he has! five months of World \Var II, cam- farm—which his friends say lie will never do. While is a technician, admires technical skill. He envies tile way engineers are able to solve thch 1 problems; he wishes human or jjollt }ca! or sociological problems could be solved the some way. He hates protocol and diplomacy. He loves an argument, practically never loses one. At. times he can be pretty sarcastic, but lie has n sense of humor and Is a good companion off the job. After explaining the present proposals of the experts to congressional committees In executive session, when someone mentioned that the Idea had been put, over the hill, White tola about the captain In Italy who led his company In fight- Ing up the boot, over one hill after another, until the men were Just uboul exhausted. Finally the captain rcconnoitcred the next hill, turned and called back, "This is the last hill!" The men all cheered and then the captain said, "The next one Is a mountain!" Getting all the governments to approve the Monetary Stabilization Fund plan is the mountain aheuc) IT'S OUT OF TIMS WORLD Hut even when, as, and if mtlflcd, few people will understand what It's all about or how it works. It's all strictly in the stratosphere of world finance, and only people like Harry White hnve to worry about it. While is 52, of medium height and size, balding, with a gray mustache and rimless spectacles on a round face. Boston born and for six years nn instructor in economics nt Harvard, he doesn't show either one. In the last war he was ;i first lieutenant and for two years was in command of a war-orphans' asylum In France. This war, in addition to nursing monetary stabilization, he is in charge of all the Treasury's overseas operations, which is no small job in itself, and he Is 11 good administrator In addition to being a theorist and a technician. He went to Europe and Africa last year, on an inspection trip with Secretary Morgenthau, and had quite a time. filed Ills final rc[>ort as such administrator In the Probate Court at Blytheville, Arkansas. All persons Having claims against said estate are hereby notified to file the same with me or with the Clerk of the Probate Court within thirty days from this date. Dated this 29th day of February, 101*. E. M. HOLT, Administrator By Virgil Greene, Attorney. Rites Held In Joneshoro For Mrs. Polly C/eve/ond Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cleveland and daughters, Ktitluyu anil Rosanna, attended the funeral yesterday In Jonesboro of Mrs. Polly Cleveland, 28, who ciied as result of an automobile accident four four ago near Blythev;;ie. She wns the wife of Slnff Sergl. Wallace H. Cleveland, of the Army Air Forces, brother of J. M. Cleveland, who has been missing in action over Italy since March 3. Bedfast since she was injured. Mrs. Cleveland was in a hospital het-e for nine weeks "when the accident occurred. There are more than 1000 different varieties of potatoes. pus organizations and groups have exceeded that tola) |jy war boijd investments ofs of 5200,000. Open cold-clogged noseT^ case breathing, give head cold air. caution: use only us directed. Get yeoetro Nose llropa J Let Us Help SAVE YOUR EYES! 209 W. Main St. Phone 2912 MARGARET'S BEAUTY rSFOP 104 B. First Phone 2532 . 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TRY THIS C/UUMEr Speedy Spice Cake d ^ 2 cup* sifrcit Swan* I)o\vn Cate Hour (Nor ordinary Hour) 2 it a spoons Calumet liking Powder Ji tC3$T>txm salt l',i cups sugar I/: icjjpixm rarh cinnamon, cloves, p vtjcialile a time. Return cake to oven and bake 5 minutes longer. Time .may be taken out to » Sift Swans OOTO Cake Flour once; measure into sifter with baking (loiviler, sail, sugar, ami sjiices. Have sliortcning at won, tempera- rcst |,,,, collnt or ,ly acll ,,| |, ea ,| ng Hire; st.r jnst to soficn S.ft , n Hour , ime . Or c{nlnt | wat in s strokes. Al- uii ".•'". J.."";! 3 ,? 5 "' low '(» «'"k" P" niimne. If "" electric mivcr is used, proceed as directeil, usitig low sfteeil. Scrape down bow! and heater often during mixing. Pralino Topping. Mi.v together Vj cup firmly narked brown sugar, 1 tablespoon Swans Down Cake Flour, 3 tablespoons melted hutter or margarine, 1 tablespoon wittr, anil !1 cup finely chojiped nut meats. tgBS, and vanilla. Stir until all tlonr is dampened; then beat / nihiHlr. Add remaining milk, blend, and heat 2 minntri longer, (ireasc- H)xlfl\2- inell pan, line bottom \vitb waxed paper, and grease a^ain. Tnrn hatter into pan anii bake in incidrnte oven (350* I'.) 40 minutes, or until done. Spread hot cjlcc carefully with Praline 'lopping, a small amount at \AH measurements are level.) ' A fWDUC? OF C£NE|1AI FOODS -i,.j -$.!'!!." I*.'**'* !MIIM S'MKt," Cl I ^Iv Last Time Today GhostShip with Richard Dix and linssell Wade Hhorl Subject Saturday MAY"NARDG!BSON( /;-\ Serial "Secret Service in Aiiica" Xo. 7 and Short. Con. Showing Sal'day 1:00 lo li:30 Sunday and Monday Kor News and Short Continuous Showing Sun. 1:15 lo II

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