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bers of the wedding party will assist.
The house will be decorated in
The Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority
will ge a dinner party this evening
for Miss Helen Williams, Captain
John Rhodes, Miss Margaret Fopue
and Miss Martha Fulton.
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THE EYEXISO MISSOUBIAX, WEDNESDAY. XOYEMBEB 28. 1917.
Mrs. J. P. McBalne gave a lunch
con today in honor of Miss Helen
Williams and the members of her
bridal party. The table was decorated
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stewart are
entertaining the following guests over
the Thanksgiving holidays: R. P.
Royce of Davis, Cal.. Donald and No-
,land Chapman o( Chtllicothe, J. H.
Pierson of Kansas City, J. R. and
Robert Stewart, sons of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Stewart, Miss Mary Grace
Seay of Lexington and Miss Alice
Grace of Chillicothe.
3frs. Henry Ware Allen.
Two Kansas suffragists, Mrs. Edward E. Yaggy and Mrs. Henry Ware
Allen, will address the guests of the Columbia Equal Suffrage League at
i dinner to be given at 6 o'clock Friday night at the Ckrlstian Church..
Mrs. Yaggy is the granddaughter of Mrs. Kersey Coates, first president of
the Equal Suffrage Association of Kansas City. She was second vice- presi
dent of the Kansas Citizenship League.
Mrs. Allen has taken an active part in the chic life of her home town.
She was one time chairman of the El Paso, Tex.. Civic League.
0L0 PLAY REVIVED
BY STUDENT ACTORS
The Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority
gave a Thanksghing dinner party last
night. The guests were: Misses Kath
leen Fleming! Jessie Williams and
Heidi Grove Pleases Audi- ! Geraldine Thompson, and Harry
"ence in Leading Role in
MONEY TO SOLDIERS
Nightshirt Parade Gives Lo
cal Color Recruiting
Talk Between Acts.
"The College Widow," a college
play in four acts, was presented be
fore an appreciative audience at the
Hall Theater last night. As Jane
Wttherspoon, the college widow. Miss
Helen Grove, gained the admiration
of the audience. The part of Billy
Bolton, the halfback, was capamy
taken by Harry C. Stevens
Mr. and Mrs E. S. Stephens
entertain at a tea after the game to
morrow in honor of their out-of-town
irs. lurner .uctiainc win give a
dinner party Thanksgiving evening
for her guests, Mr. and Mrs. John
Sykes, Lawrence McDaniel of St.
Louis, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Kemper
and their party of fifteen guests who
will come to Columbia Thursday in
Mr. Kemper's car.
Joseph, Mrs. S. Black of Kansas City,
Mrs. S. Rubinstein of Hannibal and
The Zcta Beta Tau fraternity will
give a dance at its chapter house, 1401
Rosemary lane, tomorrow night. The
chaperons arc: Mr. and Mrs. H. I.
Walker, Mrs. Louise Truckenmlller,
Mrs." S. Black of Kansas City, Mrs.
J. E. Putter of St. Joseph, Mrs. S.
Rubinsetin of Hannibal. The house
will be decorated In gold, black, red
and blue and yellow chrysanthe
man offenders have been appoined to
serve as a wood-collecting and fire
starting committee and they have
promised a good fire. The freshmen
will be led from the mass meeting in
FRESHMEN' JUST BCHX CAPS
Captain John F. Rhodes, who will
be married to Miss Helen William3
next Saturday night, arrived in Co
lumbia today. Captain Rhodes has
been stationed at Camp- Plattsburg,
YY1I1 Get Emancipation Proclamations
Tonight at Bonfire.
Plans have been completed for the
burning of the freshman caps directly
after the mass meeting tonight. The
student senate will require every
freshman to burn his cap this year
and will Issue an "emancipation proc
lamation" to each freshman as he
throws his cap into the fire. In past
years it has been the "freshman's plea
that he wanted his cap as a souvenir,
but the senate thinks that the procla
mation will be better to keep in a
memory book than the cap itself, and
threatens dire punishment to all who
fail to comply. A number of fresh-
A statement in the account of Prof.
and, Mrs. S. D. Gromer's reception, j
published in the Missourian yesterday,
should have read: Prof and Mrs.'
W. J. Shepard and Prof. H. F. Major
assisted in the living room and hall.
Miss Virginia Ross has as her guests
Miss Ruth McGinley of Kansas City
and Miss Mattie McCoy of Independence.
The following will be dinnnr
will, guests at the Zeta Beta Tau chapter.
house tomorrow night: Miss Lena
Wolf, of Kansas City, Miss Fanny
Gimsberg. Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Loyine, Mrs. J. E. Putter of St.
Colonel and Mrs. A. P. Green of
Mexico will arrive tomorrow to be the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Gray on
University avenue. I
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Letha Russell Mikel
z Exch. Nat. Bank Bldg. Phone 717
Bingham college against hi3 father's , Logan,
wishes. Bolton entered Atwatcr Col
lege through the influence of the col
lege widow and brought victory to
its football team.
The protestations of Fred Edwards.
Atwater coach, against Bolton's
diverting the college widow's atten
tions, elicited laughter and applause
from the audience or. several oc
casions. In the part of waitress, Miss
Martha Schwabe served the punch.
The Kappa Alpha Theta sorority
will entertain at dinner tonight for
Misses Elizabeth Harris and Jane
Harwood of Kansas City, Caroline I
Wirroll Af MoTlpn Tnasfo Will ATfirv
LeavlnK, Lansing. Pauline Jones and Mildred
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Dinwiddle and
their guest. Miss Julia Rugg of Up
land, Cal., were dinner guests at the
Alpha Phi house last night.
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Gordon
have issued 200 invitations to the
reception which they will give at their
country home at Rockhurst after the
wedding, Saturday evening, of Miss
Helen Williams and Captain John
Rhodes. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon and
For Better Photographs
the largest and best to be had at
Academic Hall to the north end of the
campus, where the fire will be built in
the circle at the end of the entrance
drive by a freshman band, organized
for the occasion.
i .,! ratp in tnip Hooveriz-' Dean and Mrs. Walter Williams will I
edstyle and demanded proper respect be in the receiving line and the mem-1
for her position as a woman. een
though she was not one of the stu
dents of the college. After a series of
heart-rending experiences with sev
eral of the freshmen, her affections
were turned again to Matty McGowan,
A Xight Shirt Parade.
H. B. Stonebraker as Peter Wither-
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road, and Reinhardt fcgger as presi-
dent of the State Senate fitted aptly
Into the- parts they played. Converted j
to the joys of college lite, Hon. Elam E
Hicks, the Senate president readily E
forgot his dignified position and pio-
neer ways and even joined the night E
fehirt parade at the suggestion of his
freshman son. Bud, (Edward Thcrn-
Miss Frances Gray, in the part of
Jessie Tanner, a characteristic col-
lege athletic girl stirred the players
to their best efforts by her enthusiasm
and attractiveness. Miss Kathryn
Henry's attemptad readings met with
"howling" success in the presence cf E
her college friends. She took the
part of Louella Chubbs, an aspiring E
George Combs, as Copernicus Tal-
tat, a tutor to Billy Bolton, rivaled
many professors of philosophy in the
manner in which he expressed his E
demands and elaborated his opinions.
Zan Maltland carried the busy un- E
dergraduate part with natural ease E
throughout, and did much to avert E
hostilities between Billy Bolton and E
his father by taking the rairoad presl- E
dent on an auto trip over the city
with a jolly bunch of boys while the
gahie with Bingham, which the
wealthy gentleman had come to stop,
was in progress.
Others in the Cast. '
Much credit for .the success of the
play, the proceeds of which go to
drafted boys of Columbia now in Camp
Funston. is also due Miss Elolta
Stidham. the staid chaperon; Miss
Thelma Fischer., the promising dc-
butante; Jack Fulbright, the cheer
leader: Miss Adalyn Faris. Walter
Stoessel, Forrest Thomas, Miss Olivia
Carter, and Micky McKee. the town
marshal, who was given the job be-
cause on one else would take it.
Melton Foster as Percy Hopper, a
grind, took high honors.
George Hcnncrich told several
stories at the end of the first act. and
S. Frezics, a navy recruiting officer,
talked on the training given in navy
training stations. E
The play was directed by Mrs. Hcl-
n Towards and staged under the
management of Walton Holmesy Jr. A
second performance will be given at
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For teas, "at home," and dancing
and card parties we have the most
complete line of invitation cards
and envelopes in Columbia. We
use the standard Whiting wedding
goods. Our printing in this class
of work is of the highest character.
You will be pleased with any order
that you entrust to us.
WE ARE in the greatest w.ar the world has ever known
and everyone must do his part.
Our people must be fed at the very lowest cost possible, and
in order to do our part, we have reduced the price on our
flour eighty cents per barrel, which makes our price lower
than that of any other city in the state.
We will sell our best H-P flour in 48-pound sacks at $2.80.
In 24-pound sacks at $1.40.
Every sack is guaranteed to give satisfaction and to please 'the
In regard to corn meal, it will be much cheaper in price as
soon as new corn will do to mill.
BOONE COUNTY MILLING & ELEVATOR CO.
IT WILL PAY YOU
TO BUY THAT SUIT OF THE
We handle more clothes
than any other cleaning
establishment in Colum
bia. 4 Suits pressed on
a ticket $1.00.
14 N. Ninth Phone 514 Call us we'll call
Special Train Service From
Columbia Returning To
Kansas City and St. Louis
THURSDAY, NOV. 29, 1917
To St. Louis and Beyond
Special train with coaches and sleepers will leave
Columbia at 11:55 P. M., arriving St. Louis 7:49
To Kansas City and Beyond
Special train consisting of coaches and sleepers
will leave Columbia 10.-00 P. M., arriving Kansas
City about 7:00 A.M.
Reservations in sleepers for Kansas City and St
Louis should be made through Ticket Agent, Wa
bash Railway,' Columbia, Mo.
J. C. ABBOTT
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