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CKOLONA JIESSENGrS, OKOLONA, IZ.ZZZZZITTI F Cr 4 mtrttnus irarilrimtalilc anil Sutrrrrittttg Snrftruta Si) Ann Srafcforb fcrfibtrrg punnr Xranbfr 23B 0;,, D YI7ITII the coming of real autumn weather, not only have the 'various clubs resumed meeting, but numerous deliphtful parties are being given. On Saturday afternoon, Mrs. L. F. Easkin complimented her mother, Mrs. Cox, of Columbus, with a large and prettily planned rook party. Wednesday morning Mrs. Wallace, of New Orleans, was, i. ...mi., a auxiliary itiet'is Annual Roll Call Day was observed by the Woman's Auxil iary of the Tresbyterian Church on Monday afternoon when a de lightful meeting was held at the church. The president!, Mrs. H. C. Adams, presided over the busi ness session, and then turned the meeting over to Circle No. 4 which is composed of nine at tractive young girls. Miss Linda Milligan acted as chairman pre siding throughout the program. The devotionals were conducted by Miss Daisy Henson; and the program, which was in the form of a Korean Newspaper, was carried out as follows: Editorials, Miss Mattie Sue Johnson; Cur rent News, Miss Virginia Shel ton; Contributors' Column, Miss Mary Shelton; Society, Miss Zelda Williams; Medical Work, Miss Leta Ellis; Want Ads. Miss Dorothy Henscn; "Do you want us to quit?". Antoinette King. At the conclusion of this un usually clever and interesting program, Circle No. 2, of which Mrs. J. A. Rutledge is chairman, served delicious chicken salad and coffee in the church parlors. the honoree at a lovely rook party when her hostess, Mrs. Billie Pahnell, entertained eight tables of players. On Thursday afternoon Mrs. Baskin will give a bridge party. Next week Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Jagoe will have as their guest Allen Cox, of Baldwyn; and Mrs. Ashton Toomer, of Houston, with her house guest, Mrs. A. B. Bon iam, of Ely, Nevada, will arrive Wednesday to spend a few days with Mr. and Mr3. Eric Sed berry. Several pretty affairs being planned for these three attractive visitors. Twentieth Century Club The Twentieth Century Club met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. E. II. Latimer at her pretty new home on Main St. There were nineteen members present and the business session was pre sided over by the efficient new president, Mrs. Howard Mur phree. Mrs. E. D. Elias and Mrs. B. D. Hansell were elected delegates, to the District Federa tion meeting which will be held in Pontotoc next Tuesday. A cordial invitation to the club as a whole has been extended by the Twentieth Century Club of Pontotoc, the hostess club, and a number of Okolona club women are planning to attend. The subject for the afternoon was the play "Abraham Lin coln" by Drinkwater, and the leader, Mrs. Garrison, occupied the chair during the program. Mrs. Garrison,, in a charming and tactful manner brought out the fact that, while the play is very strong and worthy to be studied, Abraham Lincoln is not, in the eyes of Southern people, an ideal type of manhood. Mrs. E. II. Cunningham gave an in teresting biography of the author, while Mrs. B. D. Han Bell's resume of the play was very much enjoyed. Miss Lucile Neubert portrayed the Character Delineation of Mrs. Lincoln and the Cabinet Mt-mbers, and Mrs. E. D. Elias discussed the Drama tie uitf'-est of Lincoln's Charac ter. Every number of the pro gram was carefully prepared and attractively rendered. Mrs. Latimer served a de licious plate luncheon with cran berry ice and hot home made rolls. Friday Bridge Club The regu'ir meeting of the Friday Bridge C' o was hdd la-1 week with Mrs. Frank Herm1' i at her pretty bungalow home on O'ive Street. Th tliree tnliles of members were present and Mrs. A. L. Jagoe wk ilie for tunate winner of the nrize, a lovely hand made garment. Mrs. Herndon served a de licious salad course. Tsianina Rlusic Club Miss Henrietta Beaty was hostess of the Tsianina Music Club on Wednesday afternoon of last week. This was the first meeting of the club year. Dur ing the brief business session the new president, Mrs. F. M. Elliott, in a few well chosen words, thanked the club for the honor they had bestowed upon her by having made her presi dent, and asked their co-opera tion that this might be made one of the most profitable years in the club's history. During a previous business meeting, it was decided that this be strictly a study club, therefore in the future there will be no social hour connected with the meet ings, however, it is the club's intention to give three public entertainments during the year. The president, Mrs. Elliott, was leader for the afternoon and an interesting program on "The Folk Music of Germany" was rendered. Reporter. Mrs. Baskin Entertains Mrs. L. F. Baskin, who has as her house guest her mother, Mrs. Cox, of Columbus, Miss., entertained with a rook party on Saturday afternoon at her home on Jefferson Street. The seven tables for the players were plac ed in the spacious living room and dining room and a number of games were enjoyed. The high score prize, two lovely hand made handkerchiefs, was cap tured by Mrs. Thomas East, of Sanford, Florida, who is the at tractive guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith. The consolation fell to Mrs. W. RGunn;and Mrs. Baskin pre sented to her charming mother, two dainty handkerchiefs. The hostess was assisted by ber lovely little daughter, Mary Featherston Baskin, and Mrs. Eric Sedberry in serving a tempting salad course with apricot ice. Mrs. Baskin will entertain at taiLje on Thursday afternoon. Thursday Evening Bridge Club Mrs. A. F. Wicks wa hostess of the Thursday Evening Bridge Club last week at her lovely surburban home "Myrtle Grove". Only club members were present; and Mrs. A. L. Jagoe made highest score among the ladies and was awarded a lovely set of card table numbers while Mr. Luther Abernethy captured the gentleman's prize, three hand kerchiefs. Delicious refresh ments were served by the hostess. Mrs. B. F. Ro-enstiel nnd her dajghter. Miss Rosebud Rosen stiel, are spending a few days in Memphis. Mr. J. E. Chops, who is mak ing his headquarters in Lexing ton, Kentucky, spent the week end in Okolona. Miss Zaina Glass, who is teach ing school in Verona, was the week end guest of her mother, Mrs. Annie Glass. Mr. and Mrs. Fred McDonnell are visiting Mr. McDonnell's sister, Mrs. J. R. Buford, in Jackson, Mississippi. Miss Josephine Mi r, who is teaching school in Amory, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Miller. Miss Nannie Lou Fitzgerald is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Dun bar Rowland, in Jachsn, Mis sissppi, and attending the State Fair. Miss Marie Cook, of the Con vent of Visitation, MohiV. is spending a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Cook. Mrs. J. E. Edens and her sister, Mrs. Rayheld, of Mobile, are visiting Mrs. Rayfield's daughter, Mrs. A. M. Sublett?, in Memphis. Mrs. E. M. Rubel and her lovely little daughters, Bobette and Miriam Rose, are spending some time with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Hexter, in Memphis. Mr. W. T. Quinn left Wednes day for a visit with his brothers, Messrs. II. I. and J. B. Quinn, in Louisville. He will also visit In Noxapater 'and Philadelphia before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. John Ross, of Memphis, motored to Okolona and spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Wright. Mr. Ross is owner of the Otto Schwill Company and also has large farming interests near Okolona. Mrs. E. S. Elliott and her children, Morton and Evelyn, left Sunday for a visit with relatives in Hollandale, Green ville and other points in the delta. They were accompanied as far as West Point by Mr. Elliott who returned home day afternoon. Princess Theatre Program FRIDAY CONWAY TEARLE j in "SHADOWS OF THE SEA" An adventure story written by Frank Duzey. Love and ro mance play an important part in the picture but the outstanding feature of the production is the; rapid-fire action that is noticed ' from the first scene to the last. ! Mr. Tearle, in the role of a! young soldier of fortune whose principal occupation is the foil-1 ing of maritime laws, is said to enact one of the best roles of his eventful career. Also "Miracles of the Jungle" SATURDAY "SEE MY LAWYER" with T. ROY BARNES Here is a picture you cannot af ford to miss. If you like a good wholesome laugh here are a hundred. T. Roy Barne3 is sup ported by an excellent cast, in cluding the beautiful Grace Dar mond, who plays opposite him. Added attractions: Mayer's Travelaugh and Harold Lloyd Comedy. Irritates th Induftriau Complacency Is good quality ot disposition, but It If aciravatlng B tt.p extreme to the Industrious prrwij who is artiinj? to nee the lazy man get a move uh himself. Aberdeen a City ( Granite. Aberdeen. Scotland, la popular? know-u as the Granite City, from the fact that It tim more buildings of Id granite than aoy other city of 13 alie In th world. r..z cXiflS Weather Js A, Winter time is here soon over. aim unu:3 win ; ear begin to freeze Avoid a lot of extra expense b y having your plumbing fixtures properly repaired and equipped for cold weather. We are prepar ed to make any and all kinds o f repairs on your plumbing and heating outfits. Call us when you are in need of any work along this line. We satisfy our customers. MONDAY VIOLA DANA in "CINDERELLA'S TWIN" A romantic fantasy as sweet as the breath of springtime and all atingle with the swift adventure of youth. FAUCIS PLUMB1HG COtiPAIIY THE NEW PI a Won O 75 TUESDAY, and WEDNESDAY and an a'l-star cast in "THE SHEIK'S WIFE" The story of a Sheik who wanted but one wife. It is a master piece of story telling; a living, pulsating document of the Orient, filmed in Arabia with its desert sands, picturesque cities, spirited steeds and daring deeds. A gorgeous spectacle of the East. Sun ANNOUNCEMENTS League of Women Voters The League of Women Voters will meet Thursday afternoon, October 2Gth, at the Library. All members are urged to be present as officers will be elected for the ensuing yeay. Play for American Legion The members of the Davis Whiteside Post American Legion with Mr. J. T. McKinley as Commander, are enthusiastically planning for the play, "The Microbe of Love", which will be given at the school auditorium Friday evening, November third. Mrs. A. L. Jagoe and Mrs. Eric Sedberry are selecting the characters, and the director is expected within a few days. To Car Cold la One Day rake LAXATIVE BPOMO QUININE (Thl ) h toi the ( ou b end Hreitefhe end wwfci off the f'.oU. E. W. t.iiov S eikueiure oq each box. Su Rev. H. M. C. Martin will preach at the Episcopal Church Sunday night, October 22nd, at 7:30 o'clock. A Minstrel Show, "Midnigh Rivals", will be given Friday, October 20th, at 7:45 o'clock, at the A. II. S., Buena Vista. Public School Opening The County School Board has set the following dates for school openings: e White Schools, Monday, Octo ber 9th, 1922. Colored Schools, Monday, October 23rd, 1922. Geo. D. RILEY, Superintendent. THURSDAY JACK P1CFORD in "THE MAN WHO HAD EVERYTHING" A story unique in its turn, stud ded with humor and crowded with heart-interest. FRIDAY NORMA TALMADGE in "THE SAFETY CURTAIN" A photoplay of plot and action. 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