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PAGE TWO ULYTHEV1LLK (AUK.) CQUK1ER NEWS WEDNESDAY, SKl'TEMHER 17, 19-17 Worsted Suit We the Women Italian Strikes Designed to Hamper Premie? Emilv Wixson, Society Editor •hone 4-161 First Party to Honor Sorority Rushees Giveh k To Ixgiu the rushing season, •winters of Alpha Beta Chapter of Epslkm Sigma Alpha met last nlghl 4t the home of Miss Martha Lou Burkes for a scavenger limit In honor of five rushecs. ' The are Mrs. Edna Lee Long, jfiss Mary Louise Wagnon, Miss Mary Woods, Miss Fayon Portei' and Miss Willie Mae Johnson. f Following the hunt, the group gathered • around a fire to toast marshmallbws and sing. * This was tlie first of a scries of ^odals which will be given feline tushces. Bunco Patty Given 6y Mrs. Blankenship I Ayalon iBuncd Club was cntertain- od yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Haskeli Blaiikcnship .Four guests ot:ier than' members present lor U ic party were Mrs. Carol I Blakemore, Mrs/ Bill Ferguson. Mrs. Jack Gentry, and Mrs. Tom Barlow. ° During the games Mrs. Paul.Ma- hen won h'igh, Mrs. Ferguson, lo\\ and Mrs. Blskempre received bunco. * Bouquets of dahlias and roses with qther Summer flowers'decorated cn- textaltting.. rooms of the home. The hostess served refreshments it frosted' drink and cakes. v • -• • • Business Women to Go To Association Meeting '. Plans to attend the meeting of . tlie 'Busincs 'Women's Association fomorrow night In, Osccola were Blade by members of Circle Eight of First Baptist-Church last, night When Mrs.',Vesta Rbwen was hostess "to the group. : Mrs. Charles .Evans gave the devotional and had charge of the slate'missionary'program, on which the' eight .members present participated. - After the session was closed with grayer, the. hostess .served refreshments.. . . .', " Four Girls Initiated . v In RainBow Girls Order f Winnibeth Buckley, Mary Fran- ^es '"Galnes, Barbara Sallba and Lanella Humphrey were initiated into the Order of Rainbow Girls at a meeting last night at th_e aonic Hall. 1 E«yen Masons and Eastern Star inerribers were present for the meeting. • A brief business session was held during which plans for .-the visl ; . e. De> ' { Hostesses'were Mr: " tr, Mrs. Marvin Crltteiideh and Mrs. Love B. Adams. Refreshments *ere served at the close of the fleeting. Limelight-House Bits of News Pelianal Miss Virginia Williams left Monday for Stephens College at Columbia, Mo. She Is the daughter of Mr. and Mr.s. .Sam Williams. Mrs. Max Culland and son oC nbbenflehl, Ohio, are visiting 'Mr and Mrs. Marcus CJalnes and! children for several weeks. Mrs. W. S. .lohtlslon mid duuxh- U-r. Miss Rosejnnry Johnston, will leave tomorrow lor Birmingham Ala., where Miss Johnston will enter lilrmiiujham Southern Cullctji; for her freshman year. Mis. David Seymour. Mr.s. \lan:JLs Galne.s and Mr.s. Max CiUlanct .s]>enl. yesterday in Memphis. Miss Hetty Hlack left today f-n 1 Lynchbiui;, Va.. when; .she will un- ler naiuiolph-Macon College for her second year. She was motoicd to Memphis by her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. F. K. Black. Condition of T. A. i.VU/.ell, who Is 111 In the Walls Hospital, is «i- 1 tisfactory loday. I Mr.s. J. D. Umsford nnd .son and I Miss llea Moore .spent the weekend t In Unlcsvillo as guests of Mi-, and \ Mrs. John Edwards. ! James Coalcs of Pallas. Tex., has arrived lo be the (jurat of Mr. and Mrs. F, 1 . R. Reynolds for several days, 'Mrs. George Groub and Mrs. Bcr- tle Hawks spent yesterday in Memphis. Diane Caraway ol Washington, D. C.. was motored to Memphis yes- Mrs. Bale Shaffer Brings enter- lerday by hnr grandparents. Mr. tallied members of the Trl-Town »"d Mrs. W. M. Lafcrncv, whom she Club yesterdav afternoon at Hotel »™ •*••<"' visiting this Summer. KM Ncb'.o with u' dessert bridge. I wcnt lo Washington by plane from .loan Bii-n!c models the "I.ijjht- house' 1 coiffure, a main feature- lit an Australian hairdressers convention in Sydney recently. A concealed battery actually il- luminnlcs u small bulb in the lower. Tightly woven lifilit wool suit, shown nbovc as piclurcd in lh« September tesue of ftuod LlnuseIvccpi'ii: innguziuc holds lit; shape, takes hard wear, and IK suitable for all day-lime occasions. At The Hoipitals Both MHIeft Mrs. Bnggs Entertains Bridge Club With Party high Memphis. She has also been visiting went llcv grandmother, Mrs - ftosn Caraway, and other relatives in Manila. Misses Nell and Ruth chappell cf Tulsa, okla., are here visiting their brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Chappell. R. L. sherrlek of Memphis is spending this week in lilytheville. . Mrs. O. O. Poetz won high score' Mrs. Gordon Claiboi no of Browns- prize In bridge games last night villc, Tenn., has arrived to be third a party for Club Eight mem- guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wanner bcrs given by Mrs. H. G. Partlow. Adams and laniily for three weeks. Second high went to Mrs. R. B. Mr. and Mis f. M. Castllo are Stout. The hostess sewed refresh- spending several days hi St. l^oul.s. menls of sandwiches with cold They went especially for the ball- Mrs. James Terry held score In games and second to Mrs. Currant Canldlll. : } arty For Club Eight Given by Mrs. Partlow drinks. Party is Postponed The'monthly party of the Path. finder's Class of First Baptist 8f the supreme. Deputy were.made. crulr'c-U..has been .postponed from '"•..T UI * S - rk " tomorrow. night to Thursday, Sept. games. jii.vTiii:viij.i: Admitted: Mrs. J. V. Needham, city. Robert Crenshaw, city. UiKmis.si'd: Mi 1 :;. Ellii-1 Mann, Reiser. Mrs. William Hyatt and baby Manila. R. M. Ilonehlns, New Orleans, l,:i Nan Button, rlly. I Jlirths: Horn Lo Mi", and Mrs. K. K. Pelty. Slcole. Mo., twins, a hoy and girl, this mnrnfiiK. WALLS IIOSI'iTAI, Dismissed: Johnny I.t-e Jones. Manila. Airs. Preston Curtis, Topiato. J. II. Tonilinson, Steele. Mrs. John liarriger, city. . Mr.s. Fred George and baby, Luxora. Mrs. R. I.. Hodge and baby, Osccola. MKTllOIHST noSI'IT.AI,, Memphis Dismissed: Mrs. Sidney Conlney, Osceola. Births: Horn to Mv. and Mr.s. >Charles Farmer. Osceola, a daughter. Coming Events Social Calendar THURSDAY Alpha Alpha Chapter, Beta Sigmn Phi, 8 p.m., -Mrs. Dick Watson, 121 \l'tst Cherry St. J^lly Eight Clulj—Mr.s. Richard Pnchard. ONB Club—Mrs. Joe C. Frazler. FRIDAY Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meeting with Mrs. T. H. Caraway, 2:33 p.m. '.Mrs. Paul Byruni hostess lo CDC Club. BV HUTH MH.I.F.TT NBA Staff Writer 'dlng lo news iten:s from 1'okyo, a former 'Army officer, no 1 . 1 ; Utaclied to Gen. Douglas MacAr- hur's I'opai'alion.s .section at -Allied iead(|Uarlers has married Teruko (Pia) Kurusu, youngest daughter of Sabvno Ku- rusii. the special 'peace envoy" at Wash inyton at the time of the Micak attack on Pearl Harbor. What American, huddled close to his radio on December 7. 1941 would have be- llwi'il that such a llilng rould ever be? ''; liut then there arc other thin wi- might have found it hard biHIeye dniiny the war years. For instance, that two years after UK: war thousands of young couples would still be going through periods of separation bccuit.se ot Hie huusiiiK shortage. Or that with World War II so recently ''.von we \vou)d bj U'.lkin^ seriously of World War *.!. Or even that in 1947 we would ! b(- able to lake, as lishl. amnsin;', siiiiiiner reading, r juicy tidbits un- covfred by Senate invesli^'ttitjii:] into the whys and wherefores "'• ivnr contracts-. INCOSCKIVABI.K 'IHINfiS Many things liave come to PLI-.S and arc huppc-ninu to<lay that, would luivo seemed inconcr-ival)le to vi.-> back in December. 1U4I. 'J }u' marriage ol a farmer Amor- icun Army officer and the daughter ol Kurtisu is just one of many unbi-jfivnble happcninss. In tv;o years the war is very, very far behind us. Perhaps vo;> ftir. Mrs. Sheppard Teaches Lesson at Circle Meet j Mrs. Otis Sheppard, missionary Study clia'irrnan, taught Ihe study last night when circle Seven of First Baptist' Church : met. at the home of Dr. Edna. Nles. She re- ylewed several chapters .of the book, "Thus It Is Written". ' Miss Pearl Lee, preslde.il, v/:is In (harge. of tne arlef business ses- §ion, during which plans were made for a number of members to attend the Mississippi County Federation of Business Women's Clr- (Jles 'of the W: M. U. meeting which will be held in Osceola tomorrow xight.- - '- ',. ' .* They had a, steak broil on the §ack lawn of the Nles home .preceding the meting. Lange P. T. A. Meets Mrs. R. B. Stout gave the president's message, entitled "Purpose That Holds", when the Langc Parent-Teacher Association met ye.s- lerday afternoon at Ihe Lange auditorium. Mr.s. Charles Pcnii gave the devotional nnd Carroll Evans sang two vocal selections, "Somewhere a Voice Is Calling" and "IJima". A brief business session followed and refreshments were served ' al he clcse of the meeting. Superintendent Speaks At Literary Group Meet Double Winner CSCEOLA, the Literary Sept. 17. — When Department of the Condilioaof Mrs. N. J. Neill. who has ben seriously ill at the - home of her daughter, 'Mtrs. George N. Btilwcll, 112 West Davis St., Is slightly improved. Members of the < family who have been here with I Mrs. Nelll and who have returned to their homes are W. L. Waters of Denver, Mo., Mr. and Mr.s. Albert L, Waters of East PI. Louis. l!l., Mrs. Ci.vc-ndolyn Blalobok and Mrs. Jocquclyn Bllck, Mrs. J. B. Jones and Paul Warren, all of St. Louis, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Cordray of Indianapolis, Intl., and Mrs. O. C. Freeman of Hot Springs. Remaining here were Mrs. Marie Warren and Mrs. Vick Neill. both of St. Louis. ~ Miss Mary Ann Smith has been dismissed from Blytheville Hospital, where she underwent, treatment after nn attack of appendicitis, nnd i;lans to leave within the next- several daps for Dcnton, where she will be a student at Texas State College for Women. Miss Smith was en route to school and spendViy u brief time with relatives in Memphis last weekend when sho became 111. Thomas Bell left yesterday for Memphis, where he will attend Civic Calendar THURSDAY Rotary Club — 12:10 p.m. Drunken Pilot Credited With Causing Plane Crash NEW YORK, Kept,. 17 (UP) --- A district attorney t-haiged today that a diunken pilot was at the controls o! an -American Airlines experimental I3C-3 plane- when it plunged inio Bowery 'Hay oil 1 LuGuardia i Field August 8. killing three of >!ie live men aboard. Distrclt Attorney Charles P. Sullivan of Long Island immediately tailed an investigation "lo es- ablish where the criminal ne^li- encc rests." Ho summoned to his office of- icials of American Airlines. '>fli- iuls of the Civil Aeronautics I 3oatd and the dispatcher who \vas n duty at LaGuartiia Pi?ld v:he:i j he plane took all for its fatol j . 'Die two .survivors, Chester j Sail, 24. nnd James Till. 23. both of I York, who escaped as the ' llano sank, also wore: called in. ' HOME, Sept. 17. (Uf'y — Tl-' Communists and left wing S:>?lai- ists Dii'talened today to extend :i .strike of 1,300,000 farm workers HI the North throughout Italy and warned the beleagurcd government for the fifth time that the crisis they had poked might have to l>j ".solved by force." Premier Alclde de Gasperi, who put the communists and .Socia'-i.^s out of his government, three-and-a- half months aso, ignored the agitation publicly, although he had taken .stock of the forces available lor maintaining public order. Government sources said Ihe cabinet /.vas "calm and optimistic" I/clause !'„ believed the real issue wu, Saturday's .scheduled nationwide protest a£;ain.sl the government that i:.c- leftists had c:-2.i:'.:z^d. The "Day of Protest" was n prelude to Tuesday's parliamentary debute on a motion of no confidence the mildly i^hlist government. Tin: intent, or the Communist- 1 ; and the leit wlnt; .socialists, who are ki-tping closo company, and win-, can call a strike at their pleasure through the General Confed- erati'jn c;' I.abo:-, was to force thi-ir w.'.v buck into the cal;iv_':t or n'.ur L^,: jv. it for a U^tist govern-j I nic-:il. . Vctctans Will Assist Council on £ mp/oyment i i-'our Jitytiieville inrn have been | ;':;;;<;mlc:ci niembcr.s of a Veterans | Employment Advisory Council to j : work in conjunction with the Em- | J p!cyme-)t Security Office licre, it | ' V.-LIS announced today. j j The are J. M. Cleveland, manager I I of the- emp'oymeni office here; [ j R. B. Slout, commander of American L?gion Ditd C^rsoii Pc::t !il; Farri.s I NfcCalla, commander of l-lunt-Loyd Post 2211J ol the Vo'.erons ol ?oi[-igii \V:u-.s: and Worth D. Holder, secretary of the Chamber of Orj:vmei\?e. 'I he advisory council v, ill aid in The work of the council also will nclude handling ol job development and Job orders from employer.! seeking workers. Tests for Auto Drivers Shitted to Saturdays Dales for giving tests to applicants lor drivers licenses here and in Oiccola have been shifted from Monday to Saturday, EiaLe ^oilce- inan A. E. Chronistcr announced loday. The change, was made after the re-opening of school for the Fall term lo iwrmit applicants of school age to take the- drivers tests, he explained. Tests will he given here each Saturday nflornoon iroin i iinul -1 o'clock. Tests will be given in Os ceola every other Saturday mornins; from 10 until noon beginning this Saturday, Livestock 23.50; 130 lo 150 Ibs. 25.00-2725' 100 to 120 Ibs. 22.00-2-1.25; sows fully 25c higher, extremes more. Bulk s under -150-lhs. 25.25-27.00' lop sows 27.00: heavier kinds 22.25-24 DO Cuttle 0,500; salable 5.000; calves 1.800, all salable: receipts moderate including about 25 cars of steers, nil natives. Approximately 45 per cent of receipts cows. .Steers opened slow, with a few low medium olfeilngs tit 19.00. and low good light weights 25.50, these about steady, but undertone bearish. Heifers and mixed yearlings opened about steady, but somewhat slow. Cows moderately active and fully steady in early trade with cjinner nnd cutler grades lindini; most activity. Good cows, 11.50-19.00; common nnd medium beef cows, 14.00-10.50: dinners and cutters, largely. 11.00-13.50. ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, Sept. 17. (UP) — IUSDAI — Livestock; Hogs li.OOO; salable (i,500; barrows and Bills steady to 2fic higher than Tuesday's average. Top, 29.50. Hulk of good and choice 180 lo 250 Ibs. 2D.25-29.501 UiU to 170 Ibs. 21.75- Footbtill: • '"-T,.'' Senior High Chicks vs Pnrajoukl here. . • Junior High Paps vs Helena there. Mission Program Given The intermediate Girls Auxiliary of Calvary Baptist Church met Sunday afternoon at the church for state mission program. Participating on tho program were Sue MnGhcc, Betty Carter, l/wi« Hndge. Jeanette McMichuel and Pally Graham. Progressive Club met last night al the home of Mrs. C. M. Harwell. J. Southwestern university Ircshman year. He was Franklin Sanders, .superintendent • dow " u >' hls Parents. Mr. of schools, ,*as guest speaker and in addition to the 2-1 members present were eight visitors. Mr.s. Jim Bunn, Inis. George Abrey and Mrs. VV. V. Alexander assisted the hostess. Mrs. Bunn was in charge of the program. Visitors were Mrs. A. N. 'Mulling, Mrs. Hugh Allen, Mrs. Mvrn Fergus, Mrs. W. C. Mason. Mrs. Spencer Driver, Miss Nell Rhodes and Mr. and Mrs. Sanders. Mrs. Robert L. Nailling and Mrs. Harry Driver became members. The next meeting of ihc group will be held Oct. 8 at the home of Mrs. A. M. Rogers at Victoria. T. A. Dell. Mrs. .T. H. Wnlker and daughter, Lucy, Mrs. Harold Thompson and Mrs. Calvin Hill spent, yesterday in Memphis. J. W. Sykes. .who has been undergoing treatment the past throe weks at In Baptist Hospital in Memphis, has been removed to his home here at 151D West Ash St. Dancer's Murder Trial Delayed in Havana, Cuba HAVANA, Sept. 17. (UPi—The murder trial of Patricia Schmidt sulivy dancer charged with the yach slaying of John Lester Moo, postponed loday at the request o a special prosecutor who said 1 had revived "threatening' 'lele for his plume calls, motored?. Court Secretary Gustavo Gay sai ami Mrs.'! the ' r ' i *l- scheduled to open loda> was delayed temporarily al the re quest of special prosecutor Gustavo F£[-no. Officials said tin; trial probably would be rescheduled tor Sept, 25. eight days fiom the date of suspension. Keno is a special prosecutor employed by Dr. Le.sler Mre, ChK'jtgo, hither of the slain yachtsman. i^ job.s for unemp'.ojLci veterans. The appointments were made by Puriloy Gill, administrator of the Rmploytnent Security Office in Little Hock. THE PROOF OF ITS GOODNESS > ARE ITS THOUSANDS .OF REGULAR USERS/ S ALL VEGETABLE Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. 12i45 p.m 4:3» pju Boi Office Opens at 7:00 p n. Show Starts 7:15 p.m. ' Opens Sunday 1:30; Sta.-tn 1:15 Continuous Shows Bat. and Sail. Bargain Niehl Every Night fc'x«t>1 Saturday No psuues honored on Saudi; al the Rox r I,ast Time Today Too Young to Know u-ilh .loan l.oslie and Itolicrt lluttim Wciinesday Thursday and Friday Man Alive Will! at O'lirieii Thursday ;itiil Fritliiy VAN ESTHER JOHNSON-WILLIAMS i.cu.BALl—-WYW ALso Shorts Cnntltiuous Showing Everyday Selected Shnrt Subjects Miss Doyle Presents Auxiliary Program CSCECT,A, Sept. 17. — Xtfss \farjorie Doyle presented the pro- rram al Monday altcrnoon's meeting of the Woman's Auxiliary of First Presbyterian church in the church parlors. Her subject was "Brace Up Your Mind." After the 10 members present, were dismissed. Ihere was a social hour. Hostesses wfrc Mrs. George Doyle, Mis. Ira Wright and Mrs. A. P. Spiese. ".Morm» LM Axaold. 16, is a <Jou- »bte winner, -tft ,a rtttc the has ;fc««ht <OM*S of polio in her •;rl«M k« «ad woo—for doctors •fjmj ibc win retain oomplcU use ;,il bcr.Uaib MOO. 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