The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 23, 1932 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 23, 1932
Page 6
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PAGE SIX Stcdc Society—Personal Mb* «»kye Spekttr We* Ehnwd Broun. • Friends of Miss Rubye Spencer and Mr. Elwood Brown were greatly surprised to learn of Iheir mar' rlago Tussday evening of this week at the home of the Hc-v. A. B. Sad lier. They wen: atlendcd by Wilbert Blrhop and Miss Ollie Lane. The brlif, yoi:netv5l daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Sp:nccr, is n member of the senior class at StPe'.t' 1 high school. Slie is a Icadsr In social and church activities, and a member of the hlgii school basketball team. Mr. Brown is Ihp son of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Brown, prominent farmers of near Stecle. Mr. and Mrs. Rrown will make Iheir home at Stce.'e where Mrs. Urown will continue her school wort. ... Dr. Joe Beasicy has gone to -New Orleans to resume his studies at Tulane University. Xfr. and Mrs. L. W. Weaver and MUs Donnic Smlih arc visiting relatives in Oklahoma. They pi an to go lo Colorado Springs before returning home. Jauk Hanlcy and his sister. Mrs Dixie Crawford of Blythcvllls. shopped in Memphis Monday. Hussell Frakcs was In Memphis on business Monday. Miss Viola .Marshall had as her guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. P.. R. Marshall and Miss Irene Wh!!fle!d and Oolda Marshall and the tatter's guesU. Mr. and Mrs. D U Marshall of St. Louis. Mr. arid Mrs. W. L. Armslroni and children arid Miss Ellen Kelley shopped i n Memphis Saturday, Mrs. Abe Rushing and guest, Miss Flossie Ashcrofl of Ola Ark shopped in Blytlievlllc Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John Parks jr were In Jackson. Mo.. Sunday ' Mr and Mrs. D. J3. Marshall of St. Louis spent, last week-end .here with relating. Mr. and Mrs. John Parks tr shopped in Memphis Monday Mr and Mrs. Doyle sfms of Micola an? t] ie gups t s of Mrs . Sai . Us Baugh Johnson and her daueh- ter. Madeline Baugh. Joe Furst spent last week end in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Burrls were guests of the Jailer's mother Mrs. Ada Carter of Blythcville Sunday. .Mrs. j. 'B. Ncely and daughter returned to their home In Car- iitlierivllte after several days vis- It wth Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Morgan. MLIS Cleo Oanent Is spending this week in Blythevllle as the tu;st of Mr. and Mrs. W L Robin e cin. - : • , Hffss Julia McCalla of McmpWs Wrl«lif 8U "' °' MISs Marlon Miss Margaret Oimcnt relumed Sunday after several days visit In CFceola ns the guest of Earl Roberts.. , : .- . -The Epworth.League of the Methodist church gave a party in the annex Tuesday evening. n ^ r - a»d ; Mrs. A. R. Beckham ni Miss Louise Beckham went to Memphis Saturday and met Miss Flossie Ashcroft of Ola. Ark., who J with (hem for Mrs. G. .0. Travis nnd son Guy Stewart, are..l n . Blythevllle for i lew days, as the guests of Mrs :' B.. Stewart. ,"'» Pauline Smilh of Holly. Mich., is. hen visiting relatives Martha JVilford, small daueh- cr of Mrs. Alma Grissom, is seriously 111. V. H. Williams of Blythevllle ? nd K;,V-Williams of Steele -«-;nt L^l'S °* k TuC5<la y to visit th"lr father, who is seriously 111 J. P. Patterson was called here from Pestus, . Mo., Saturday by tl"> serious illness of Mrs. Patterson. Mr. and Mrs. Patterson will novp to Festus soon as Mr Patlerson, who has been section fore- Plan now to attend the MID-SOUTH * FAIR * MEMPHIS Sept.25 thru Oct.. 1st Bigger and Better Than Ever Before • Thrilling Western Rodeo Real Wild West Cowboys,' Indians, War Dances... all twice daily - 2:00 and 7:30 p. m. • Death Defying Auto Races, Saturday, October 1 \ * EXTRALOW Railroad Fares entire time of Fair— One-half cent a mile on State days • • COKE] Pearl Buck Finds American Woman Still ^Clinging Vine" BLYTHEVTLLE, (AKK.) COtlBIER-NPWg eyes and quiet smile watch life mi calmly, yet so eaprly, think* thit the economic depression his lla advantages Hero the has found distinct changes since she made a short ' ago. 'TeojjJe are sharing more than ,hey used to,' she summarizes. '"Hi* attitude toward money has changed. It seems to me that every nation has to lace the fact as to whether or not Its capitalism is -:n- iLTiiig, t»id search for some con- itructtve Ideas. America is Just en- erlng O n Dial problem, and it is a Ittle soon [o Judge the outcome." She Ijiiows Chinese women, :li<niBh, ns few white women have known them. When she was first narrlcd, for five years she and her nisbaiid livetl in R native village "•':ore they were the only white •'Pic pan ol Die time. Ifcr clos- frlcmte In China are native women. Sistrrr Under the Skin 'Chinese women are surprisingly e American women," Mrs. Buck iists. -The modern, educated Chl- iese woman Ls well-trained In practical affairs, she isn't as prone to impractical Idsals as American women, either. Educated women In Jhlna do very much as tliey please "I think, too, that Chinese men ire surprisingly liberal toward wo- ncn. They accept women ... and I'm-speaking of the educated Chinese women, of course BY 1IKI.KN WELSIUMEK NEA Sen-Ice Writer NEW YORK.-Penrl Duck, famous Pulitzer prize novelist, has come back from China lo discover that American women aren't any more independent than they were when she was a schoolgirl on the campus or Ranrtolph-Mncon College, 111 Virginia, some 15 years ai>o "I don't think that American women Imre grown nny moro | ndc . pendent," Mrs. Buck snys -Per imps they have gained greater life Horn financially, but menially (lie are no different than they hnv ever been. They arc Just as anxlom o please men as ever, which re- wife this mental Independence N, 'Iter what women do. back of ( ™t fact that there u a mar nii'i) whose approval they want H Is true, I think, that women n general don't care for home lit, Th. "f"* lhal "*>• wctf lo. •> are brandling into more fields n, whose novel "The * BS awar ««l Amer- literary honor l nst hn ' ln i .r,rt "-- M_»nd an occasional brief visit. man for the Frisco here for sev- " V,' P ' gEoU ' Ark - umtiy r ; S1 >lpman, supervisor of the school for the deaf at Pulton, was he guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. H Workman one day last week. He was accompanied back, to sclvpol bs p John Elmer Workman, who will attend the school this year. she lins Sjient her life In China. Her husband, John LOMlng Buck whom slie married when hs camt lo China as a young In.slruclor now i:cn<ls Hie farm ninnagemeiu deijarlmeiU at the University o: Nanking. Mrs. Buck and licr two small daughters nrc siwndln;; year in America wllli him, while he docs graduate work. "Women can't detach thsmselvo, easily," Mrs. Buck explains. "They can't be Impersonal atout business." Outside Interests Just the same, she believes lliat they should cultivate some outside interest. She herself goes Into the attic of the old stone house In Nanking and writes or works on ideas from 8:30 every morning until 12:30 at noon. Then she comes downstairs and eaU the Chinese luncheon her part-time maid Ims prepared. Nfrs. Buck cooks breakfast and dinner for her family, even If she is one of Hie world's outstanding women writers. "I think ' every woman should 'lave some Interest outside of her home," she says. "Not all of.her nctlvltles should center around her husband and children. She may do some special creative «<ork. lake an Interest in civic affairs, or hare an outside job." Jllrs. Buck, whose clear blue-gray GREYHOUND LINES 'JVIc|>hnnc Nii 600 New 'JVIc|>hnnc Niimljer WE STATE OUR POSITION ON TIRE PRICES As you read tire a.lvcrlisemeniB emphasizing price, l«ar this faci in mind: Gowlrich hog provided ua ivilh grcalcr values in rach price tlnsg—Safely Silvcrlowiw, tb« Safest Tires Ever Buill—Cavaliers and Com- mandcro. Size for size—quality for quality— we will never be undersold. Our Goodrich Tire fricca bcgiu as low at each (in paire) Main Service Station BILL WUNDRRLICH'S Phone 711 womwi have alutys been more powerful In their homes than the rest of the worn knew. "In time Chinese women will produce literature, music, do things in «]im?s m a manner that shows that They are giving their time and attention to helping in ihe turmoil I that U present In China, When I \ i ,1 s ov "' the ^ lvf!1 *> creative Li dignified, quiet and , that she likes to laugh and th»tv» is a yoiithfulnoss and likes to cook, co read to make dens, and to walk thro'ieli U> ncae villages with She. oni week. Mrs. Heg. HugHjs and little daughter Regliia called on Mrs. Hughes' mother, Mrs. W B Ray, Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Charlie Cassiday and chll- - dren were guests of Mrs. Cassl-' dy's mother Mrs. P. K. Klssell Wednesday. I Mrs. Johnnie Webb and Miss' Maxine Copeland called on Mrs.' R. H. Green Wednesday. j Mrs. Henry chand!?r ami dagnhter, Jeanctte, were Wednesday afternoon guests of Mrs. Emma Pcery. Mrs. JJob TawiLwiid and dnujh- ters V?rclle and liertevc returned "*'""' to their home heio nfter a - Want Ads. Huffman Homer Owen of SKcie, Mo was here Tuesday and Wednesday Mr and Mrs. W. n. Ray and Mrs. n;g. Hughes called on Mrs 1. A. Harrison of 40 and 8 Wednesday afternoon. •. •Mrs. Dfjiig Kay nlul Mrs Man . (ia Bnmson called on Mrs Emma Peery Wednesday afternooii. | Faught. ° Depression Keeps City Jail Empty ij DAVBNPORT, Cal. (UP)— Th? i depression has lafcen such a wal-1 [Joj> at crime here that residents of j I this eommuultv rue wonderiiiu what to do with Iheir Jail. 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