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J CITY AND CAMPUS
Leo J. Meyer left yesterday after
noon for St. Louis to take the final
examination for entrance into the
.Mrs. Ruth Kindred left yesterday
for her home in St. Louis after vis
ions her mother, Mrs. W. E. Linsey.
.Mrs. E. M. Price went to St. Louis
yesterday to visit.
Mr. and .Mrs. J. A- Woodson and
little daughter went to Centralia yes
terday afternoon to visit E. V. Wood
son. Miss Ruth Simon left yesterday aft
ernoon for her home in St. Louis aft
er visit at Christian College.
J. C. Wood worth returned yesterday
to his home in St. Louis.
Mrs. Jessie IUbks returned to her
home at Centralia this afternoon aft
vr visiting her lather, G. P. Norris,
who is seriously ill.
. Mrs. O. P. Nfchols returned yester
day afternoon to her home at Halls
ville after visiting her daughter, Mrs.
I. V. Jones.
C. L. Criger of the E. W. Stephens
Publishing Company, left yesterday
afternoon for St. Louis to take the ex
aminations for entrance into the
United States Navy.
W. D. Vandiver returned to St. Louis
yesterday after visiting his son, D. V.
Miss Norma Haines of St. Iouis. who
has been visiting Miss Effie Graham,
1002 University avenue since Thanks
giving, returned to her home yester
day. Mrs. It. W. Bates, who has been vis
iting her brothers, J. 15 Cant and J.
P. Cant, and her sister. Mrs. C.A. Fin
ley, left yesterday for Excelsior
Floyd Baruhart. who has been visit
ing in Columbia, returned to his home
in Kansas City yesterday.
.Mrs. George L. McCutcheon, who has
been visiting .Mrs. Charles Powell, 903
Virginia avenue, returned to her home
at Canton, Mo., yesterday.
Mrs. II. II. Broadhead" and Mrs.
Charles Farish of St. Joseph, who
have been visiting Mrs. C. B. Miller,
.returned home yesterday.
Miss Viva .May Held, who has been
visiting Miss Meletta Elham at Steph
ens College, left for her home in Cairo,
Mrs. C. W. Digges left yesterday for
.Mrs. T. J. Talbert left yesterday for
Keytesville to visit friends.
.Mr. and Mrs. V. H. McCleod, who
have .been visiting here. left yesterday
for their home in Colorado.
.Mrs. Alex Klass and Mrs. Sydney
Levy left yesterday for Kansas City
to visit friends.
Mrs. Henry Iteckert left yesterday to
visit friends in Quincy, 111.
Mrs. F. E. Russell left yesterday for
Bellflower, whep; she will visit her
son, the Itev. V. C. Itusscll.
Mrs. J. B. Gant left yesterday for
Kansas City to visit her sister.
T. M. Purk of Hall.svillc. who has
been here on business, returned home
.Mrs. A. I). MtGrath left yesterday
for Mexico, Mo., where she will visit
Thomas Wade, who has been here
on business, returned yesterday to
his home at Hallsville".
R. E. Harper left for St. Louis yes
terday where he will visit friends.
Mrs. J. T. Pittam, who has been vis
iting her son. Radford, at the Phi
Kappa Psi house, returned to her
home in Kansas City yesterday.
Miss Elizabeth Bechan. who has
lecn visiting at Christian College,
left yesterday for her home at Clarks
ville. Mrs. Lyle Willets, who has been vis
iting In Columbia, left yesterday for
her home in Kansas City.
T. H. Heller went to Stephens yes
terday on business.
R. L. Vandiver went to Clark yes
terday on business.
Lacy Roberts left yesterday for St.
Louis, where he will take the navy ex
amination. R. G. Scott, who has been visiting
here, left yesterday for Fort Madison,
la., where he is stationed.
Miss Frances Sanford went to
Paris, Mo., this morning on busi
ness. Mrs. J. L. Creasy and daughter,
Nathalie, went to Moberly this morn
ing to visit Mrs. Creasy's sister, Mrs.
Mrs. C. H. Weaver went to Halls
ville today to visit her brother. S. M.
Miss Martha Evcrman returned to
Centralia today after visiting her
brother, Thomas Stephens, in Ash
land. Miss Ethel Yancey returned to her
homo at Armstrong today after
spending a week with Mrs. Joseph I
Estes, Sr., on Providence road.
Dr. and Mrs. R. H. Lymer, who
have been visiting their daughter,
Mrs. G. M. Reed, 266 Hicks avenue,
left for their home in Santa Barbara,
Mrs. M. T. Pigg went to Hallsville
today to visit "her daughter, Mrs. J.
J. H. Pearson, a senior in the Col
lege of Agriculture and a member of
the football squad, left today for his
home in Keytesville to spend a few
days before going to Chicago to enter
the naval service.
W. R. Peerman, accompanied by J.
K. Old and L. B. Franklin, left this
morning for Detroit; Mich., to drive
back three Dodge cars for the John
N. Taylor garage. The cars cannot
be shipped because of the shortage
of freight cars.
Miss Ethel Pixlee of Kansas City,
who has been visiting .Miss Leona
Petty of Stephens College, left for
her home this morning.
.Airs. James Wilson of St. Louis,
who has been visiting Mrs. Lizzie B.
.Morris, 110 South Ninth street, left
for her home this morning.
J. N. Belcher went to Centralia to
day on business. .
J. W. Combs, who has been in Co
lumbia on business, returned to his
home in St. Joseph today.
Mrs. J. C. Jones and daughter. Miss
Margery, went to Kansas City today
to meet Mrs. Jones' son. Captain
Lloyd Jones, who is returning from
W. J. Hetzler Jvent to St. Louis to
day on business.
Mrs. F. C. Hetzler, who has been
visiting W. J. Hetzler and J.. P. Hetz
ler. returned to her home in St.
.Miss Katharine Norris returned
yesterday from Mexico, Mo., where
she has been visiting at Hardin Col
lege. Miss Nan Cravens or Gallatin' is
visiting her sister, Harriet, at Chris
Miss Mary Lay returned yesterday
after spending a few days at her home
The Texas Club elected these of
ficers Monday night: President. M.ss
Ruth Woods; vice-president. Lester
Levy: secretary and treasurer. Albert
J. Winkler. Students in Christian
College who live in Texas will be ad
mitted as members.
Lieutenant George R. Bryant is
visiting at the Kappa Sigma house.
Lieutenant R. B. Rutledge is visit
ing his brother, Wayne J. Rutledge. a
student in the University.
Miss Dorothy Mackey, who has
been visiting Mrs. Searcy Ridge, re
turned to her home in Sedalia yester
day. Miss Jennie Snider, a student in the
School of Education of the University,
returned to Columbia Monday after
spending the week-end at her home
at Campbell. Her brother. Dr. Sam
uel II. Snider of Kansas City, first
lieutenant in the Medical Reserve
Corps, also spent the Thanksgiving
holiday at home. Doctor Snider was
graduated from the University in
1912. Afterward lie took a medical
degree from Washington University.
He expects to do X-ray work in (he
Miss Bessie Combs, traveling secre
tary for the Methodist Mission Board,
will speak to the Student Volunteer
Band at 7:15 o'clock tomorrow
night at Lowry Hall.
Miss Helen Chamberlain of Pelrcti
SHOES TO SUIT
every foot every taste
and every purse
Moving Picture Stars in the Plays That Made Them Famous
COMING, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
THE EVENING MISSOUHIAX. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER . 1917.
City left for her home today after a
visit with Miss Jane Howard and
Flavia James, students In the Uni
versity. Mrs. Fred C. Edwards of Kansas
City will come Friday to spend the
week-end with her daughter. Miss
Zella Ella Edwards, and her son,
Fred C. Edwards, Jr., students in the
Miss Helen Parr, who was oper
ated on for appendicitis at Parker
Memorial Hospital Monday, is recov
Edward Groh, a former student in
the School of Law of the University,
entered the University Monday.
Robert Holloway, a student in the
College of Agriculture, returned
from his home at Belton yesterday.
Lieutenant R. C. Bond, who has
been here on leave of absence, left
yesterday afternoon for Claremore.
Oklu. He will return Saturday.
Lieutenant Bond will go to Camp
Green, N. C, December 15.
SARAH PAINTER TO WED
Former I'nlu-rsity (Jlrl Will Marry
Hudson Cooper of Carrolllon.
News has been received in Colum
bia of the engagement of Miss Sarah
j Painter of Jefferson City to Hudson
Cooper of Carrollton, the marriage to
take place December 19. Miss
Painter is a daughter of former
Lieutenant-Governor Wi'liam R.
Painter. She is a former student of
the University and a member of the
Pi Beta Phi sorority. Mr. C.ioper
! was also a student here and a mem
i her of Beta Theta Pi.
S. V. CIICRCII HAS SMALLPOX
l'ix- Students Under Quarantine lit
GOT Sniifurd lMnce.
S. P. Church, salesman for a pub
lishing company, is ill with smallpox
at his home 607 Sanford place. His
case is not serious. Besides his wife,
five University students are held in
the house by quarantine. They are:
Prank Ledbetter, Corbctt Ranisey,
King U Jcnes, Hermine Wright and
Max M. Kcsterson
College Art Association Will Meet.
Dr. John Pickard, professor of his
tory of art and classical archaeology
of the University of Missouri, has re
ceived from the printers the third
bulletin of the College Art Association
of America, of which he is president.
The seventh annual meeting of the as
sociation will be held March 28, 29
and 30, 1918. The mission of art in
the universities and colleges of the
United States will be discussed.
Can He Baptized Next Sunday.
Those who joined the church during
the recent revival at the Wilkes Boule
vard Methodist Church and who de
sire to be baptized by immersion, will
be baptized at the Baptist Church
Sunday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.
Vesper organ recital by Dr. Her
mann Almstedt, assisted by Glen
wood Spurling. ce'list, and Miss
Myitle Parker, soprano, at Hie Cai
I vary Episcopal Church. Sunday, De
cember 9, at 4 o'clock. A-fi!)
Teachers wanted to fill emergency
vacancies in all departments. Have
calls for teachers daily. Only 3
par cent commission. Teachers' Em
ployment Bureau, 208-209 C. It. S.
Bank BIdg., Cedar Rapids. Iowa. 12-tf
This is for the woman who
wears severe costumes yet
likes to retain the feminine
touch. We have it in such
effective styles as Brown,
Gray and Black.
$9.00 to $ 1 2.00
Coach Fielding Yost of the Univer
sity of Michigan says:
"Modern football with all its compli
cations, is now as uncertain as base
ball. The Giants may .be beaten 8 to
1 in one game by the Pirates and then
win three straight. A football team
may be a world beater one Saturday
and a poor team the next. That
change was rarely possible under the
old game. I have gone out one after
noon with my first team and have
beaten the scrub team 40 to 0. The
next afternoon, with exactly the same
men. my first team couldn't score.
Where everything .broke properly one
day nothing broke properly the next.
Against Nebraska Michigan looked
like a great team, for we played be
yond our normal strength. Against
Peiiii we look like a poor team, a much
poorer team than we actually were."
VIOLINIST PLEASES AUDIENCE .
Theodore Splering hes Well Select
ed Program in Auditorium.
A representative audience of citi
zens and students was present in the
University Auditorium Monday night
for the concert of Theodore Spiering.
violinist, accompanied by Kurt Wan
ieck at the piano, as the third pro
gram in the annual Phi .Mu Alpha
series. The artist presented a well
selected program from leading com
posers, including Biethoven's 'Ro
mance in G", two selections from
Tscliaikowsky. the "Humorcsque" of
Tschaikowsky-Hartman and two num
bers composed by Kreisler in collali
orati n with Pugnani and Dvorak.
The interpretation of all these mas
terpieces by Mr Spiering gave evi
dence of the ability of the artist, who
by European War,
I'lnjiiiir at the
TONH.'HT and TOMORROW
Will Also Show
lite Final Episode of
"The Neglected Wife"
FRIDAY unit SATURDAY
Florence Turner in
"East Is East"
TONIGHT AND THURSDAY
America's Most Versatile Theatrical Celebrity
Geo. M. Cohan
"Seven Keys to Baldpate"
ALSO VICTOR MOORE COMEDY. MATINEE 3 P. M.
FRIDAY Lyman H. Howe's
had been studying abroad for several
years when the war broke out. His
style is marked by a dashing accuracy
which made such selections as the
"Slavonic Dance in E Minor" by Dvo-rak-Kreisler
peculiarly well suited to
his interpretation. The short sketch,
"Ripples", composed by Cecil Burleigh,
head of the music department at Uni
versity of Montana, captivated the au
dience as a result of the artist's able
interpretation of the theme.
The next number in the Phi Mu Al
pha series will be given .by Iuis
Graveure. baritone. January 21, 191S.
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Seats on Sale in
I H Operated on for ThroatTronble.
Nile Davidson, a student in the
I University, was operated on this
j morning at Parker Memorial Hospital
I for throat trouble. Miss Katherine
I Edwards of Centralia underwent a
, similar operation.
Plant Iinlb Now.
' They have just arrived. A fine
stock of hyacinths, tulips, narcissus
crocus, etc. Now is the time to plant'
bulbs for early spring flowering.
Phone 920. Columbia Floral Co. C-49-tf
the Morning 9 O'clock.