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PAGE FOUR New* Put Mulliiis, Society Editor Phone 4461 Couple Exchange Nuptial Vows OSCEOI.A — Announcement is j made today of the rji;irna,-o ul M::^ i Donna Fine? -S(r-])!icn:>, tl;ui':h:rr of : Mi-, and Mrs, K. H. Stephen, to, George E 1 . Wallace, son ol Mr. ;>::<) i Miv. George W. Wallace of pocti- f honttvs, ! The ceremony \vns per formed in Blytheville Aiitr. 31- \ ?,: For her niariiar^. the brick- -.vein 1 u^ a navy blue nylon frock \vith \\hu-li she she \vore maiching iuv-i'.ssone.s untl. xii- Bits of News lfij / erjoncil .Silencer Alix.indcr underwent Nil ...My Tuiiiii'y ill Walls Hospital. 1H-, nmiuiuiii is reported to be i^. E. n. UM H(i.-|)itiil in Memphis, where umlciueut major surgery on -cJ;iv. First Meeting Of Season Held JBLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Politicians Seeking 'Women's Vote' But Do They Know What that Vote Is By CYNTHIA I.OWRY Al' \cwsfcafures Writer Now Is the time for women who are Important enough politically lo Is.sne statements to Issue the same old one: Women can control the Women today are as concerned ss men about such matters as taxes costs of living, foreign and domestic' policy, education, general welfare and-above al-peace. And women genernly have as wide a range of pinned a cor-ute of gardenias at i Mr. turn 1 Mr.v Wilson Forrest of i her shoulder. Mrs. Wiulare ',vas pi-ad uatecl trim'. Osccola HiBh School ond from Arkansas State College wlir-re, .'.he received a USE dc-jrcs. in June. Sh" cie nre riiore potential women Yesterday marked the first rncol- [ T ! 1C Statement, which I seem lo »»! of the Dettonian Chapter of; " nvc ll(1|?l > 'radius annually for the the Delphian Sorloty for the new' Iast "> years, worries me nnr! ,«,' season at Hotel Noble. Mrs. Jerry Cohen nj-csirlcrt m - rr » short, business .session, ami Mrs Alvln Hardy, leader of l!ie day's j program took charge o.' the session Lloyd of Yarbro is in ! to Went, "The Citizen nnd 'he Community." j Mrs. W. D. Cobh spoke on "f)em- |ocracy and the citi/en," which v.as ««• parllcs Bcek io • )OTre women to (ret out and "" .sl'nn r " kl "P worrylni;. nut if th' vote. e major rr\s accepted a position as tf': 1 .':hcr in St. Clitli. Mo., •.vhcrr. Mr. Wnllac,: mrikes his home, lie sr-tveii trmv ye:trs in the Tacitic Theaue d'.:nir, World Wai II. Chairmen Elected By Baptist Class of Cim inisatl a ! curs. Mr nnd Members of Mary Martha Kim- : M : ,jor Norton day .School Chips o! the first Bap- ...j!] :fj !.u lt i ]K.I list Church held their annual elco I i;r. nnd Mrs tlon of chiiirmen in a business ?<s- ! } jr( . n i n( . ', ljr sion conducted by Mif;. Adol]»h^ c'hanili Hcinicke, president, nt the home of Mrs. E. L. Hair Tuesday. Chairmen who were eUvred Include Mrs. G, V. Da\vs. feUov.«h[p: Mrs. J. J. Cookston, stewardship: • Memphis nre visiting his parents. Mr. p.iul .Mrs, O. N. Forrest and fam- , ily this \u-ck. i Mr. ai.d Mis. Clyde Bunch are s|M-ndir.;c loriay in Memphis with Mis. 1-;. n. Lluul at the Baptist Hos- pnai. I)..'!.' Hunch v.as admitted lo Walls tlo.'ii;it:il jv.surday. j .\;i,s. K:mi.iil Hi:rry and son, Jer: ry. 0:u", M ison. clovis Gai-nctt. and il.riny !-:::;i''. r left, today for F.'iyette- ; villc. where tLe boys will be student's at Univci'Slty of Arkansas, Mrs. W. N'. Norton and children „.,. , b y "Choosiim Government umclals, given by Mrs, H. \v. Wv- lie. "City Government" was dis- cus.wrl by Mrs, j. w. Raydcr nnd Mrs. oien Hall .spoke on "How Good Is Your Communltv?" The c]o«!n'< part was given by Mrs. Cecil l/jwel nnd. entitled. "City County. St-ite! Perspectives." domos In either or both politir-al parlies believe there really and truly is such a thinf as "the women's vote." I shall continue In fret I halo t 0 u,i,,k ti lal our two h(r ; attract the women's votes, they'll have to do It within the framework of their ptlch to some of the other stance, to find a Southern woman all riKht. but she's also part of the Southern vote, the independent vote, the labor vote. Most women mil i-ote as citl^ns. and better Informed ones than ever before. And maybe a little more cynical, too. Dessert-Bridge Given for Club Mrs. 3. C. Owens entertained mc-mbr-is of Club EinM nl Ivr home vlsiUni? liur par- yesterday with a ctc.sserl-brldKe Mis. Ross Stevens. Quests Included Mrs. H. W. \Vy- trought them, nnd ' h"e, and Mrs .Pan] Pryor, who later. I l>!avc(l bridge wiih members. P. L. Tlpton have The hoste.ss used foliaRe and pot- of Mrs. W. L. Plants to center her curd Inbli's. decorate the entertaining. tliiiiR as n "-.von.en's vot»," although Iliey Ijcith have women's divisions I'll admit that women don't turn up at the polls in the proper num- bc-rs-unt nnin don't either, as the pretty liorrifj-ina fl»iires on the 19)8 election shew. Hut political n-'riles in ^ abimt a bloi; of votes which they refer lo blilhr-lv as the., "v.-omn'i's vr/1-," it liiri.rali'.s to me thnt Re- nuljlicnns and Democrnts iililce believe that (lie woman's vote Is a thina ouiie rmrtrt from Hie "ii'rie- nenck-nt vnl"." "t 1 ^ Inlior vote." "the Southern vote" or "the farm vote." women will be drawn Into camp by their own ideas ol what the parly or candidate stands for. And for proof of divergent opinion, I suggest that our male opiiti- , cinns make a little. Informal survey when the O n thconinlons of any four women t on talking , on a fifth woman's hat. nd nre leaving today, are former Blytheville resi- Frlday Rebecca Lodge has 7:30 potluck : -supper at the Oddfellow's Hall. Con- Unfoi tunalelv, or maybe forf.m- j ^ f ''' rln " °^ decrees follows supper, nlely. votes ai<">'t tabulated bv the Stitch and Chatter Club has T. Coming Events Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Leech pending loda.v in Memphis. Cecil Lov.e has returned home Jtrs. Hnle. membership; Mrs. Ray- ( from St. Louis, where he %vas with mond Schmurk, personal ministry: hi.-; son. James Cecil Lowe, II. who Mrs. E. B. Woodran, secretary: Mrs, lias entered medical school In C. S. Bagcctt. assistant secretary; Washington University. While there. Mrs. Joe Waddy. chatrman of as- M,-. L t mc nccompanlcd his son to sembly suppers; Mrs. J. M. Clevc- a barbecue nt Lazy Ranch Farms. and to rooms. Winners for the afternoon were , re ] guests, Mrs. Wylie, high, and Mrs. Pryor, second. land, chairman of the yearbook. \vhleh was glvrn lor medical sln- A politick supper was served on dents anil faculty. While attending the lawn, from a long table, which j mctllra] siibnol. he. will make his was centered with a mixture ot! home at 12 Kmgsbury Place In St. Bummer flowers. '- Lonis. . C. S, Letnons wa.s n guest of 1 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Young and members and presented the devotional to the 17 members attending. Card'Club Has Guest Player Mrs. Scott Mnnley wns plfiyer yesterday witli members of the Semi-Canastn Club Tor tho RGmi-monthly games, tit the homo of Mrs. OJen Grounds. ' Zinnias, ranging in various shdries and colors were placed nt Intervals In the entertaining room. Assorted party foods nnd Iced drinks were served during the utl- crhoon's games. -*•?-. Winners were Mrs. Bill Hrabov- eky, first plnce, Mrs. Travis Dccn, eecond, und Mrs. Mnnluy, low. son, Tommy, have returned from SprLnrcfteld, Ore., where they visited their daughter, Mrs. Jodie Estrs nnd fnmlly, relatives In Huntington Bench, Cnllf., nnd enronte home, they visited the Rev. and Mrs. D. G. Hfncltnnncl of Fort Smith, formerly of Blytheville. Mrs. Guy Walker of Mnyfleld. Ky., Is the Riicst of Mr, nnd Mrs, Henry :ucst! Young, Mrs. Snmucl F. Norrl* nnd daughter, Miss Heen NorrLs, find Mrs. Marvin Robinson will lenVe Monday for Chapel HIU. N. C. where The New Step-in Frock Miss Norris will enter the University of Norih CnroUna. Russell PbHUps, Sr., is -hi Memphis today. Mrs. Bernlcc Woodward and Miss Prances McCuUmn nre nttcndliiR fin nrrrountnnls meeting at the Peabody In 'Memphis today. CIB Club Is Entertained Miss Vcrn Goodrich entertained members erf the cm Club lust nif,'ht nt her 1 home wfth a dessert bridge. Mrs. W. M. Norton of Cincinnati, who Is the guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. Ross Stevens, was a guest. Tnklng lop honors in Ihe bridge Raines were Mrs. w. H. O'Kcefe. fir.st and Mrs. Norton, second. Bridge went to Mrs. Jnne Cnrson. Ladies Day to Be Held Tomorrow Tomorrow will uc hdles day at Blythpville Country club for a 1 p.m. hmrhrnn, which will be followed by nn nftfrnoon of bridge. HixMcsx-s for tl>c occasion In- clutlc Mrs. A. H. McMnmis. Mrs. Ocnc Atkinson. Mrs. P. E. Utley. Mrs. Gene Bradley. Mrs. Geiic Montaiulon. Mrs. T'hll Robinson. Mrs. EviRrnc Still and Mrs. Baxter Southern. By Sue Bur lift t j A poocl-l(i .V.i:-.:: ;;..;> f,i v :icnnn! W^:;r t!l:lf .^:-.'n - SL-..IM; ;L;!;U v.lLil its front oustoilir.j. ;ir..i is cu,-y on! the llijkcci). too. i-V.v p.,t;ini pioci's ; er.i\bie yuu lo t-.irn H 01;; m no time. ' Partirn No. 8S3:"! 1'^ a . [ .—.v-ri:e per- ffTau-d paticrji iii si;:. - :>> 3,1 3$ 38, 40. 4J. -IS, 10. S.zo 24. i : -- yanb of 3D-lru-h For ihi.i pnttCLn. sc:;*' "Qc in ' COIN'S. yui:r n:\ir.r. nr[;!;v.s. s.ic • desired, a':<l iho PA'l'JTKN DUMBER to Sue Biirr.c-tt. Ct,iir!rr .News. 375 Quinev St.. Chir;iin C. III. Ready tor you nnv. --B.-sin FASHION lor 'S2 Fall :.nrt \Vintw. This new Issue is filled with ideas tor : smart, prnrticul sc'Ainir [or .•>. new season: cift pattern minted inside the book. 25.\ I Rose Emma Chilclvess To Hrad Soi)homores In nn election held yrslerdny nt Buvdrn,. nicli Scbonl by the snph- onioro efcs. Ho e Kiiinn Clilidress \vas rlmscn prrsiclont lor the comIII.E: year. Other oificers include Bcncy Hie- L'in.s vice presklnu: Nancy Dixon. ^e.ieli'rv: Rctty Tvve. treasurer: Amy !!:-i;vvcll. reporter: and Pegsy t.yr.r, V«:m:. cheer leader. W. B. Hohson is sponsor c) f Hie class. Parsonage Is Scene of Meet Members ot the Promised Land • Women's Society of Christian 8cr-1 vice of the Methodist Church met! yesterday at the parsonage, with i the Rev. and Mrs. Carl Burton, with ]0 attending. Mrs. Geor B e Young wns a Ruest ami Mrs. Barbara Pcmlcrsiist and Mlns Dixie Button were Introduced ns new meinbcrs. Mrs. Mnrcus Gaines read nn ovciiinp; prayer, and Mrs. Burton gave the worship service. The first session of a study course on "African Heritage" was given by Mrs Felix Hill. Mrs. J. J. Moore dismissed the meeting w'lth prayer nnd refreshments were serv'cd. the ECXOS hi a nalionnl election so actually the u-nv women I'oto is lln- cluccclr iithtr than known. Tlicre is lilcnly of evidc-iico around, howcvor, that "the women's vole" can no more be arllvrri'd by sncdal nnnoal tlinn can somethins which mii;ht be —but never has h»cn— referred to ai "tlip inen'R vote." I imd-r°laivl that Ihcri- are rou'dlly 101) rnilHon :30 p.m. meeting with Mrs. Prank Perkins. Mrs. Jack Webb Is hostess to members of the LaPinesse Club. Yarbro PTA has 2:30 p.m. meeting at school, preceded by Executive board meeting at 2. Ladies Day at Blytheville Country Club begins with I'p.m. luncheon followed by an afternoon of bridge. Blytheville city Council of Par- -XrY Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Mllnn Hastings, Steele Fred Green, City Mrs. Howard Cnldivcll, City Mrs. Ira Gray. Citv Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Joe Martin. City Polluted Drinking ' Wafer Discovered AUOKLAKO.._Ncw Zealand W>— Some of" IffSTpeople of the small New Zealand mining town of Ohai have been drinking their own bath water, diluted, and are none the worse lor It. Water for the miners' hostel nnd 16 houses was being drawn Irom a stream Into which, higher up- flowed water from the miners' bath houses. FLASH Cameras for Rent Tnke ivnmlrrful Inrfnor pictures wilh a flash ramcni frnin llar- nry's Dm?. [. n \v rates. All kinds of camera Mipplies are available here. Barney's Drug CAJ1KRA HEADQUARTERS* J006 W Main rtionD 3817 In vole In Hie November elections, i ents-Teachers Associations has 2 rf cvcrylmilv «-hn was entitled lo a ! 1>J". meeting at the First Methodist vote wen I (n Ihe pnlls. 51 million ; Church. M-iimrn would casl Ihcir linlrol and I Saturday •W million men would ilo likewise, j Beta Si»ma Phi sorority has Bake lakinf; the l!|is results as a par-! Sale at Arkansas-Missouri Power ti<-iil.irly pnnr evamulc of the voUni: ''• Company at a-30 a m mlerest of the peonlc-nnlv about | Mr. nnd Mrs. Lewis Henderson .<i |ier cenl of Ihe elh-iWcs look the: Mr. and Mrs. Bill McCaughey are rnnlilc I,, ballot ~ it seems thai i hosts and hostesses for the Variety thcrca rtvjilcnfv of ncople renrc-] Club Dance at Jaycces Club at 8:30 Hinting (he men's rnlc. who didn't I p.m. get to the (mils cither. Maybe Ihe apparent belief that wom e e,v a ' ly , iS 1° mCll ,' inB Ca " Crt UlC mCCtin 8 at th " ^"^ High School women s vote Is a handover from! Builriini! the early post-.suffrnge riays when the wholel dca of women actually in politics scared the living day- liBhts out of male politicians. American men seem to be frightened ot the prospect of unpredictable females fooling around in preserves marked off for the male sex. I suspect male politicians had bad jitters when they realized that n woman's vote was going to count exact- donan—scene of "the "only "baTtle"In ly as much as a man's vote. The Winnipeg's history--has been filled obvious solution to that problem was to create a special department where women's political interes'ts— whatever they are—could be coped with by experts: other women. Today, however, these special Monday Band, mothers have a 7:30 p.m. Homes on Historic Si'fe In Area of Winnipeg WINNIPEG </p)_An historic site here has lost out in the scramble (or desirable building lots. Seven Oaks -Creek In suburban West Kll- n filled In nnd new homes are being built where Governor Semple was slain Kith 20 of his men June t9, 1816. A simple monument, stands on ihe bank of the creek in their honor. The battle climaxed four omens departments In the polit- years of bitter feuding between ical parties are as old-fashioned as j Nortb-West Company fur trader* the reticule and corset cover, excent and colonists sent out by Lord Se! for fund-raising and leg work.' kirk In 1812 Open 1:00 p.m. Show Starts »t Dusk. J S"it>ws Every N'lfht THURSDAY & FRIDAY I'he battle of Texas ... and the battle of the sexes' Also Scleclcd Slinrl Subjects FOR SALF, Concrete culverts, 12 Inch lo IS inch, plain or rccnfnrceil. Also Concrete Biiilclin? Isloc^s clir3]i- cr (lian lumber for hums, chicken houses, pump houses, tenant houses, tool sheds. \Ve. deliver. Call us for free estimate. OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO. fiione C01 uinie cJLc STUDIO Piano Classes FOR BEGINNERS & ADVANCED STUDENTS REGISTER NOW Studio—807 Chiekasawba Ave. Phon. 2994 Make Friends '* By Being Eager To Join Others Many older women wall that It's! hard to make friends at "my age." Yet one older woman I know, mov- ! Ing to a new to«-n Just a year ago,! has made enough friends on her own so that she Is busy and happy, and she rarely I spends a lonely day. How d I d she manage it, when to many older women In the same town sit around lonely „ ,, . and feeling neg- Ruth llllleu Jected? Well, the most Important thing in her favor is that she Is ready and I willing to eo at a moment's notice Perhaps the little excursion she is asked to share Is not particularly inviting:, being more in the nature of a dull errand than anything else That doesn't make Mrs. s. hesitate a moment. She says sure she'd like lo go, and she can be ready to set out in 10 minutes. That trip might not be much fun. but she is making a friend while she LS making the little trip. And when something more cx-iiing come.s along it is remembered that she Is always pleased to go, and gels invited. i Then. too. she scrupulously re- j turns all favora and hospitality. She | doesn't expect people to be nice to | her simply because she is an older woman living alone. When they nre. she tries to do something Ju=t a? nice in return. And she isn't sell-conscious about her ase~feeling out of pincc with any woman who isn't in her own age group. She is likely to be downtown shopping with a young neighbor as with an older one. she isn't constantly referring to herself as of any certain age, so her age isn't ! important to others. j She Is a good sport .too: not one ' to complain when things go wrong.! Nor does she bore her friends with ' tales of woe. She has been able to make a place for herself in a new commtl- i nity because she is eager enough to ' make friends to accept every opportunity that comes along to be with others. That attitude Is what It takes at ; any age to get to know people when you are a stranger, but determined not to stay one. i Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Admission 9c & 30c Al All Times LAST TIMES TONITE 2 Hils! CAL NJTES 2 For ['rice of One KETT THE "KEPT MEN" OF BIG TIMK —Plus— "irs A JOKE, SON" Henry Delmar & Una Merkel Also Cartoon FRIDAY & SATURDAY Double Feature AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION THURSDAY & FRIDAY Plus Paramount \evvs & Scleclcd Shorts RITZ GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. \V. W. Booker Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Thrilkill Mrs. Clarence Wilson ' Mrs. Ilaltic Quinlon Serial: "The Tigcrman" -Also Carloon * COMING SOON: 'King Kong" The Greatest Thrill Picture of All Times! WATCH FOR §T.IOW D ATI'S THUJtSDAT, SEPT. 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