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SUKDAT X0E5I5G MISSOOTgAK, .NOVEMBER 2S, 1917.
"society notes j
- iKn Imnnrt.int social CVCntS
. coming wee'c will be the in
r rmal reception and dance to up
ireo In the Daniel Boone Tavern ball
zLa Friday night by the Kappa Al
r" fraternity in honor of Miss Helen
miams and Captain John F.
ihodes who will be married at 6:30
vinck' Saturday night. In the re-
trine line will be Miss Williams,
Si Hhodes. Miss Martha Fulton
TTv-ew York. Miss Marguerite Foque
, Minneapolis. Lieutenant G . F.
!l of the Kappa Alpha fraternity.
Z informal reception from S:30 to
s o'clock will be followed by danc-
llThe guest list includes Doctor A.
ps HiU. Dean and Mrs. Walter WIN
Z.s Major Wallace M. Craigie. Mr.
ind Mrs. Kent Cation. Mr. and Mrs.
r C BowltaB. I,rot- aml Mrs- F- L
Martin Dr. and Mrs. Dan Stine. Prof,
and Mrs C. G. Ross. Mr. and Mrs.
Berry McAlester. Mr. and Mrs Ash-
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T J Moss of St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs.
J" p McBalne. Mr. and Mrs. Sydney
Lnhens Mr. and Mrs. I. O. Hocka
2? Mr .and Mrs. Berkley Estes. Mr
Mrs H . Kinyon. Prof, and
S G cVscoggin. Mr. and Mrs.
jK Mitchell of Kansas City Mr.
S Mrs R- E L. HHI. Judge and Mrs.
t v Murn- Miss Eva Johnston. Mr.
i I Airs. E-'e. Xelson, Mr. and Mrs.
' Marshall Gordon. Miss Frances Den
nr Aliss Thelma Robertson of St.
jeph. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Stephens.
Vr and Mrs. John C. Holloway. Mrs.
John E. Sykes and Miss Ethel Sykes
of Poplar Bluff, Miss Anna Rummell
0f Kansas City and Miss Claudine
Cossett of Kansas City.
The Phi Delta Theta house opening
nd reception given from 3 to 6
o'clock Friday afternoon was one of
tie largest social events of the sea
ton and was an interesting and at
Cictive affair. About 500 students and
Dispeople called during the after
toon and were taken through the
beautiful new chapter house. The
chapter and drawing rooms, in which
lie receiving line was formed, were
decorated with a profusion of red
chrysanthemums, and quantities of
the yellow flowers were used In the
dining room where refreshments were
served. An orchestra played on the
second floor balcony.
Dinner guests at the Kappa Alpha
house today will be: Mr. and Mrs. H.
H. Kinyon and Mr. and Mrs. E- E.
The Sigma Nu fraternity gave a
dinner dance at the chapter house
Friday night for: Misses Dorothy
JIcKnown. Cecilia Haskin. Frances
Lewis, Olivia Carter, Adalyn Fans,
Jalia MqDonald, Alice Wiedmer,
Dorothy Penn and Eleanor Shartel.
The chaperons were Mr. and Mrs.
Orville Barnett and Robert Steele of
The Sigma Nu fraternity will en
tertain its alumni and other Thanks
giving Day guests at an informal
,, Hon Friday night. November
SO The chaperons will be: Mr. and
Mrs. Frederick Niedermeyer. Mr. and
Mrs. Orville Barnott and. Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Collier. Thursday night
the chapter will give a banquet for
its out-of-town guests.
Mrs. John n7 Belcher will have as
Thanksgiving Day guests Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Harvey and Mr. and Mrs.
Mason W. Belcher and son. John
Crawford, all of Kansas City.
The freshmen of the Pi Beta Phi
sorority will entertain the other mem
bers of the chapter at a matinee
dance next Saturday afternoon. Mrs.
G. W. Ross and Mrs. Iouise Trucken
mlller will be chaperons.
Forty Christian College girls will
give a line party at the College AVidow
performance at the Hall Theater
Ernest Mitchell, who has been at
tending the Great Lakes Training
School at Great Lakes, III., will
spend the Thanksgiving holidays with
his mother, Mrs. E. T. Conian.
Mr. and MrsT Lloyd Ktllam and
son, Robert, arrived Friday from
Honolulu to be the guests of Mrs.
Kllliam's parents, Mr. and Mrs. AA'al
ter R. Craig of Keyser avenue. Mrs.
Killam's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wal
Craig and is well known in Columbia.
Chi Chi Chi, the junior-senior
inter-fraternity organization, initiat
ed the following men Friday night at
the Virginia Grill: C. H. Slusher.
Henry Bass, Joe AVebster, Jack
Scholz, Ralph Dodson. Edwin McKee.
Lyle Willits, AValter Stoessel and
John I. Haldcman.
Carter L. AA'llliams and 'Philip
Brinckerhoff of Kansas City are
nests at the Phi Kappa Psl house
and will remain until after the
-Mrs. Richard C. Menefee of Kansas
City is visiting her son. Ardinger
Menefee. at the Beta Theta Pi house.
their guests will be: Crosby Kemper,
Mr. and Mrs. James M. Kemper, Miss
Madeline Dickey and Kearney Worn-all.
The girls or the cast of the "College
Widow' will entertain the other mem
bers of the cast at an Informal picinic
supper this afternoon after rehersal.
Dana Press Club announces the
pledging of E. C. Adams of Oxly, Mo.
Mrs. H. AV. Maupln ot St. Joseph
and Pror. and Mrs. J. C. Whltt'en will
be dinner guests today at the Alpha
Gamma Rho house. Mrs. Maupln
is visiting her son, Roy C. Maupln, a
student in the College of Agriculture.
The Alpha Gamma Rho fraternity
will give an Informal dance at its
chapter house November 30. Prof, and
Mrs. G. M. Reed, Prof .and Mrs. J. C.
Hackleman and Prof. H. F. Major
will be chaperons.
TO POOL RAILWAY EQUIPMENT!
Official In Washington May Adopt
Ily Associated Press
WASHINGTON, Nov. 24. The plan
of pooling the railroad equipment
and traffic of the United States was
taken up at the conference today be
tween government officials and rail
road heads. The officials realize
radical measures must be put Into ef
fect. The conference was attended by
members of the Railroad AVar Board.
R. S. Lovett, government director of
priority transportation. Fuel Admin
istrator Garfield, Food Administrator
Hoover, Chairman Hurley ot the ship
ping board and others.
' Although the railroads are handling
much larger volumes of traffic than
ever have been moved before, rail
road officials admit that, unless some
thing is done immediately, their lines
cannot carry all that is offered.
CITY AND CAMPUS
Kicketts Wins Billiard Match.
AV. D. Ricketts, representing
Booche's billiard rooms, defeated Or
ville Nelson of Kansas City in the
1,000-ball match by a score of 1,000 to
904. The last 500-ball match was
played in Kansas City Thursday and
Friday. All ivory balls were used in
the last match and it is Nelson's first
defeat in two years.
Teachers wanted to fill emergency
vacancies in all departments. Have
calls for teachers daily. Only 3
per cent commission. Teachers' Em
ployment Bureau, 20S-209 C. R. S.
Bank BIdg., Cedar Rapids. Iowa. 12-tf
Charles Anderson ot Browns was
here on business yesterday.
J. Kelly Wright of the State Board
of Agriculture, went to Carrollton
yesterday to lecture on "Missouri.
Earl Dysart of Hallsville was here
on business yesterday.
Mrs. Frank Berkley and Mrs. Roy
Creed of Hallsville were here
Mrs. J. S. Hanna, who has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. M. F. Rogers,
returned to Centralta yesterday after
noon. Mrs. L. Grim ot 707 Wilkes boule
vard and Mrs. M. F. Crowe ot Maiden
who is visiting Mrs. Grim went to
Stephens yesterday afternoon to visit
Mrs. John Adcock.
Miss Virginia Kelly went to Kansas
City yesterday to spend the week-end
at home. Miss Roberta Herring ac
Harrison Mayes, who has been
visiting Mrs. V. S. Brown, returned to
Fort Sill, Okla., yesterday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. AV. Ryan and son,
Edward, went to Kansas City yester
day afternoon to visit T. J. Ryan.
Edward Faddis of Centralta was
here yesterday on business.
Miss Mary AVilcox went to Macon
yesterday to visit Miss Lillian Garnett.
Miss Lillian Sieber went to Mexico
on business yesterday.
A. L. Wills, a teacher of Chris
tian College, went to Benton City yes
terday on business.
Miss Flora Bryan, who has been
visiting Mrs. V. C. Brown ot West
Broadway, returned to Hallsville yes
R. P. Glenn of Centralla was here
yesterday on business.
Mrs. Harry King ot Stephens was
here shopping yesterday.
AV. R. Carter of Centralla was here
on business yesterday.
Mis Allie May Hunt of Browns was
here shopping yesterday.
F. P. Gardner went to Chillicothe
yesterday afternoon to spend the
week-end at home.
Mrs. Sam O'Rear of Browns was
here shopping yesterday.
Mrs. Ina Fulkerson and daughter.
Ruby, went to Browns yesterday to
visit Mrs. Charles Anderson.
Miss Bab Bell of the home econo
mics department went to Kansas City
last night to confer with Miss Ida
Shilling, urban emergencK.home dem
onstration agent there.
Prof. J. C. Hackleman and Prof. C.
A. Helm of the farm crops department
Miss Esther Hill will entertain
some guests from Kansas City for
the Thankgiving game. They will be:
Miss Martha Hanson. Miss Katherine
Hill and Miss Margaret AA'asman.
Miss Frances Hoose of Kansas City
is the guest of Miss Mildred Bartlett
at the Kappa Kappa Gamma house.
Mr. and Mrs. AA. T. Kemper of Kan
sas City will chaperon a party of
young people to Columbia Wednesday
evening In their private car. Among
WHERE CAN YOU EQUAL
THIS DINNER? FOR
Cream of Chicken
' Roast Young Tennessee Turkey
Dressing A la Harris Cranberry Jelly
Snowlake Potatoes Extra Sifted Peas
Whipped Cream Maraschino Cherry
Chocolate Ice Cream
- RESERVE A PRIVATE BOOTH
"Where Quality Reigns"
will judge corn Tuesday and Wednes
day at Marshall for the Saline County
Corn Show. This is the biggest ex
hibition of its kind in the state.
There will be more than seventy-five
entries and 400 bushels of corn on
Mrs. H. G. Brown has been called to
East Chatham. N Y., by the serious
illness of her father.
The Short Course students in Agri
culture held a .meeting in the Y. M.
C. A. Building last night. Prof. W.
H. Lawrence spoke on "Vegetable
Gardening." Plans for co-operating
with the agricultural students in the
Homecoming parade were made and
the University yells practiced.
Condry Wilson and J. R. Johnson,
graduates of the School of Engineer
ing last year, who entered the officers'
training camp at Fort Sheridan and
later were transferred to Fortress
Monroe, Va., expect to reach Colum
bia in time for the Thanksgiving
R. H. Emberson of the boys' and
girls' club work concluded a series of
organization meetings last week in
Macon County. He and local club
leaders held meetings at Macon,
Athyl, New Cambria, Callao and At
lanta. The good attendance and in
terest in the work, he says, was due
to the co-operation of teachers and
patrons. Mr. Emberson will leave
for Atchison County today.
Half a Cent a Word a Day
ROOMS FOR RENT
FOK ItEN'T To men, one Iarse south,
west room. Individual llRhts and study
tables. Single bed, good beat, SI4. Tor.
South Btli, jiboue i:si3. , Q.gr,
mn iipvt Thn. ..A-., -t , . ,
pa rnonw fnr ThfinLaMvin .!Di.n 1,1
991-Ked. " """"- VS2Z
FOR RENT Two nlcelj furnished
rooms, single or en-sulte. Apply at 317
N. Oth St., or phone 1034-Ked. It-Mtr
FOR RENT One furnished room on
first floor; grate In room, good modern
bouse. Man and wife or men, preferred.
One-half room for men on second floorl
Rent reasonable. 1201 Paquln, 515-Green,
12-1 p. m. and after 5 o'clock.
APARTMENTS FOR RENT
FOR Rent Modern six-room apart
ment, sleeping porch; private entrance;
nenly papered: water and heat furnished:
L'VUitoeks from Broadway, one-half block
6f West Campus. 1'hone SM-Itlaek.
FOR our varied calls. Many war vacancies.
Missouri Teachers' Agency, KIrksvIlle.
TEACHERS AVANTED Good positions
are reported every month In the year.
Mid-year graduates enroll now. Write
for blank and booklet. Central Education,
al Bureau, St. Louis, Mo- W. J. Hawkins.
Mgr. F. 8. 6-15
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Small cold ring In front of
Wheeler's Jeweler. Reward offered. 1'hone
Byrd, 1106-Ureen. B-63
LOST Blue velvet band bag between
Hall Theater and College Inn on Tues
day night. Finder call SRM-Mack. Reward
tiOST A pair of gray mole-skin furs
Return to 701 Maryland. Reward. L-03
WANTED Live mice to feed to THE
OWL at the Tiger Cleaners. T-61
WANTED -V apiece will le paid for the
first four copies of the Missouran, Issue
of Monday, Nuv. 19. Bring to Mlssourlan
WANTED A ly to take care of
furnace for his room rent. 513 South, Gth.
1'houe HOi-White. C5-UUf
WANTED to hear from owner of good
farm for sale. State cash price, full de-M-rlptlon.
D. I'. Bush, Minneapolis, Minn.
44 OIL W.ELLS earning $251,000 yearly
Settled production; now paying IS per cent
dividends. Oklahoma field. Immense pos
sibilities. Shares $1; advance soon. In
formation free. Globe Oil Company, Coiu
nierce Biilldlng. Kansas City. Mo. F-61
High School Teams to Play Here.
A football game will be played here
Thanksgiving morning between the
Marshall High School and Kirksville
High School teams. Friday afternoon
the Columbia High School will play
the winning team.
For Taxi Service Call 953.
Get a Super-Six. W-62
TO THE CONTRIBUTORS OF THE Y. M. C. A.
WAR RELIEF FUND
Some few have not yet paid their pledges to the treasurer, W. A.
Bright, at the Trust Company. As the Committee have been called
upon for their report and the turning over of the entire fund to the
State Campaign Manager, it is essential that these pledges be paid at
once. Will you please pay your contribution Momiay, November
26, and greatly oblige
E. W. STEPHENS, Cnairman
N. D. EVANS, Campaign Manager
BQ1 irtfCu. . ,'yt t mh P"BBBIpiBB
Thanksgiving Day is a "Dress Up ' ' occasion
and calls for smart shapely shoes to match
up or contrast with your Fall suit, Madam.
We can fill all the requirements to the Queen's taste. They
are modeled along majestic lines; superbly styled and fitting
glove-like, these boots will please from first to last.
New Dark Browns, Greys and Fawns.
HOSE THAT MATCH PERFECTLY
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Unique designs in napkins, place cards,
tally cardsand novelties forTurkeyDay.
You will find just the suggestion you
want for any Thanksgiving occasion,
in our store. We invite inspection.
Scott's Book Shop
Rooting in the Big
Place your order now for big yellow mums, Fresh
home-grown flowers. Everybody must wear a yel
low mum and be a real Tiger rooter this year.
Get your order in early.
Large selection of cut flowers for Thanksgiving
Send Flowers Always a Good Idea"
COLUMBIA FLORAL CO.
I Phone 920
Greenhouses. West Ash and West Blvd
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