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The Starkville news. (Starkville, Miss.) 1902-1960, October 01, 1920, Image 11

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I SOCIETY II
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BEGINNING THE DAY
Only fools and hypocrites make
lamentation.— McGrath.
“What matter the sort person one
has been, or the life one has led, if
he has come out of it with the knowl
edge and the wish to use it well?’’
“Moral courage is the rarest of
Qualities and often the most ma
ligned.’
“In the race of life endurance is
of more importance than speed.”
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* SOCIAL CALENDAR *
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Friday— The Young Women’s Bi
ble Class will meet at the Baptist
Church at 4 o’clock. Mrs. Paul
Castles will teach the lesson.
Friday —The Campus Bridge Club
will hold their first meeting of the
fall with Mrs. S. 0. Elting.
Monday— T h e regular monthly
business meeting of the W. M. U.
will be held at the Baptist Church at
4 o’clock. Mrs. John White will be
the leader. , .
Tuesday— Mi’s. Harry Critz will be
hostess for the Tuesday Bridge Club.
Wednesday— The Wednesday Rook
will meet with Mrs. J. 0. Gunn.
Wednesday— The Wallace-Miller
wedding will be solemnized at 4 p.
m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mil
ler at Trim Cane.
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* NOTICES *
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There will be an election of offic
ers for the Bible Study Class this af
ternoon. All members are urged to
be present.
The D. A. R. will meet Thursday
at 3 p. m. with Mrs. J. M. Beale on
the campus. All members are urged
to be present. Officers for the com
ing year will be elected.
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Tuesday Rook Club.
Tlje members of the Tuesday Rook
Club held a delightful meeting Tues
day afternoon with Mrs. J. D. Mal
lory at the home of Mrs. Eckford.
The apartment where three tables
were arranged for Rook was artistic
ally decorated with cut flowers. Af
ter the game an salad
course was served. Mrs. Eckford
assisted Mrs. Mallory in entertain
ing. The guests were limited tb the
* club members. Mesdames W. W.
\Magruder, Jr., T. H. Peters and A. S.
are lovely additions to the
rlub.
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W. C. T. U. with Mrs. Foster.
The W. C. T. U. met Monday af
ternoon with Mrs. John Foster. Re
freshing punch was served by Mrs.
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Harry Foster as the guests arrived.
In the absence of the president,
Mrs. T. W. Woodward, Sr., Miss
Montgomery presided. Law En
forcement proved a live topic for dis
cussion. Mrs. T. Howerton read
from the Commercial Appeal an ex
tract from the address of Gov. Milli
kin of Maine, on the advantages .of
prohibition, delivered before the Fif
teenth International Congress on Al
coholism. The annual election of
officers, the featurb of the meeting,
resulted in the election of Mrs. Bet
tie Gillespie as president, Mrs. Wood
ward who had for so long held this
office refusing to stand for re-elec
tion. With this exception the other
officers were retained: Mrs. A. B.
Barrington, secretary; Mrs. G. T.
Howerton, treasurer. The advisabil
ity of calling together the women of
the town and campus for the pur
pose of organizing a good citizenship
league was discussed and authorized.
The meeting adjourned with the
Aronic benediction.
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Miss Louise Saunders Hostess.
The home of Miss Louise Saunders
formed a lovely setting for a bridge
party Wednesday when her guests
included the members of the Wednes
day Bridge Club and a number of
other friends in Tionor of her at
tractive house guest, Miss Annella
‘Abbot of Tuscaloosa. The apart
ment was converted into one and
beautifully decorateu with baskets
and vases of golden glow and golden
rod carrying out a yellow color
scheme. Two attractive guest prizes
wore given. Among the other honor*
guest were Mesdames Gus Hogan and
Raymond Goodman, two recent
brides and Miss Wiener of Carlyse,
Penn., who is visiting Miss Mana Blu
menfeld. A delicious salad in tones
of yellow was served at the conclu
sion of the game.
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Mrs. John Saunders Hostess.
Mrs. J. S. Saunders was hostess to
the Matrons Bridge Club Tuesday
afternoon. This is the beginning of
the fall season and was the time for
the election of officers which result
ed in Mrs. D. A. Saunders, president;
Mrs. Gabe Utz, vice pres.; Mrs. Max
Goodman, secretary. Bridge was
played at three tables, Mrs. D. A.
Saunders winning the highest score
was awarded the -club prize. Mrs.
Raymond Goodman was given -the
guest prize. Mrs. Saunders served
a tempting salad and ice course, as
' sted by Mrs. Thomas Katz and Mrs.
Magruder.
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Pretty Card Party.
Mrs. Donald McClure entertained
at a pretty party Tuesday afternoon.
Bridge was played at two tables in
ma frMßfcVtxXfc (kte.) NteWfe
the living room which was simply
but effectively decorated with cut
flowers. After the games a lovely
ice course was served.
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Susie Thomas’s Class Entertain.
; The members of the Susie Thomas
Sunday School class entertained at
'their regularly monthly social Tues
day night. Delightful sandwiches
and fruit punch were served after
the business meeting. Plans for pre
• ing for the revival which will be
conducted in the near future by Rev.
jb Jones of Montgomery were dis
missed. Several other important
matters were brought up but defer
ed until the next meeting.
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Personal and Notes.
Mrs. J. M. Peden of San Angelo,
Texas is the guest of her brother,
Mr. R. S. Wilson.
Mrs. Robert Gunter who has been
•isiting her daughter has returned to
Columbus.
Miss Annella Abbott is the charm
ing guest of Miss Louise Saunders.
Mrs. Alex Ames is visiting rela
tives in Alabama.
Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Wells, of Co
lumbus, were week-end guests in the
home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. S. Saunders last wo k.
Miss Jernne Sage, of Columbus,
spent the week-end with her sister,
Mrs. Frank Hogan.
Dr. and Mrs. Eckford and Mrs. J.
D. Mallory spent Monday in Colum
bus.
Mrs. H. D. Oakley has returned
from a visit to Greenville.
Miss Mary C. Gladney, of Artesia,
spent teh week-end with Mr. and Mrs
ohn Gladney.
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Hogan have re
turned from their wedding trip and
arc with his parents.
Mrs. A. B. Harrington spent Tues
day in Columbus.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moss and Mr.
and Mrs. H. R. Weston have returned
from a delightful visit to St. Louis.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Magruder, Jr.
will move this week into their new
home.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Goodman
have returned from their wedding
trip and have taken a cottage on
Main Street.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Locke were
visitors in Columbus this week.
The “High Y” held the first meet
ing of the fall Tuesday afternoon at
the school.
Mrs. R. L. Bowen entertained a
few friends at bridge Thursday night
SCHOOL BOOKS CASH
On account of the rigid rules un
der which dealers are placed in hand
ling School Books, we must continue
t c Sell SCHOOL BOOKS FOR CASH
ONLY. This rule applies to all, re
gardless of financial standing or abil
ity to pay. Please do not embarrass
us and yourself by asking us to make
an exception of your case. We glad
ly charge Tablets, Pencils and other
School Supplies to those who have
accounts with us. R. K. & F. L.
Wier. 21-3 t
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X SAND CREEK LOCALS x
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Mr. Will Woodson and family
have returned to their home in Eo
line, Ala.
Mrs. Ed McMinn had as her guests
Thursday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs.
Doc Nabors, Mrs. A. Shaw, Mrs. S.
Adams and Mrs. O. C. McClure, of
Ackerman.
Mr. J. C. Woodson and family vis
ited Mrs. U. Kellum at Big Creek
Sunday.
Mr. J. J. Cutts and Ola Mae spent
Saturday afternoon in Ackerman.
Mrs. R. D. Woodson and family of
Reform, visited in the home of E.
M. Woodson Wednesday.
Mr. Lee Adams and family were
the guests of Mr. John Ivy Sunday.
Mr. Curtis Long, of near Reform,
is visiting his brother, W. G. Long.
We are glad to report that Prentis
Green, who is ill with typhoid fever,
is some better.
Miss Nola Adams is seriously ill.
Ed McMinn and family visited in
the home of J. H. McMinn Sunday.
Mrs. W. Cutts and daughter, Maggie,
gre visiting relatives in the delta.
Mrs. Olivia Woodson has returned
home to Big Creek.
Miss Jennie Hannah, of Memphis,
is visiting her parents for a few days.
Mrs. Love, of Ackerman, has been
the guest of her son, Rufus Love.
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X LITTLE HELP LOCALS x
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Mr. J. H. Pugh, of Louisville, spent
Wednesday with his daughter, Mrs.
Edna Jackson.
Mr. Corbet Jackson, of Bradley,
spent Sunday in the home of N. R.
Jackson.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Heflin were
the guests of Mrs. Bill McHann Sun
day.
Mr. Pat Jackson and son are in
this community this week cutting
hay.
Miss Carrie Sanders, of Bradley,
who is teaching school in the con
solidated school of Craig Springs, is
boarding with Mrs. Martha McClel
land.
Mr. and Mrs. F. B, Merritt spent
Sunday in the home of Mr. Yancy
McHann.
Mr. John McClelland and family
were the Sunday guests of Mrs. Ru
bye Ferguson, near Bradley.
Mr. Mack Speir left Tuesday for
Birmingham, where he will secure
work.
Little Eugene and Lurlene Jack
son spent F'riday night with their
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Pugh.
ECHOLS—JORDAN
A pretty wedding was solemnized
a short time ago at the Methodist
parsonage, the contracting parties
being Mr. H. A. Echols and Miss Myr
The Real
Hat Show
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of Starkville
Never have we been so adequately prepared
with such an unusual showing of decidedly dif
ferent and original creations. Beautiful de
signs in Hats from the best makers.
We cannot even begin to describe the special
features—one must see to appreciate the com
pleteness of the Hat Show of Starkville. ,
Colors are Black, Brown, Henna, Taupe, Etc.
Starkville Millinery
Company
HOME OF “KING BEE” HATS
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“Quality Remains Long After Price Is Forgotten”
CUT GLASS
should be clear as crystal, artistic in design, and finished
by the most skillful workmen, to insure the excellence
which such articles require.
We buy only the best, for that is what you want
when making a selection for a wedding gift or for your
self.
You will be pleased with the variety and quality to
be found in our new stock of Cut Glass.
Wier Jewelry Company
“The Gift Shop of Oktibbeha”
tie lordan of this city. Rev. Md-
Cafferty performed the marital rites,
after which the couple departed in
their automobile to tour the northern
part of the state and will be absent
several weeks.
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The groom is a young man of fine
character and has one of the finest
fetock farms in the county) while the
bride is a young lady of splendid at
tainments and lovable character.

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