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fro niuircw Wphr of 317 South
Fifth street cave a Hoover party
Saturday evening to about thlrty-Dve
guests. Miss Grace Steel of the Uni
versity and Miss Keen Cutherberson
of Stephens College were on the pro
gram. Candy without sugar was
made, and a punch was served in
which no sugar was used. The din
ing room was decorated in 'gold and
black, while the rest of the house was
decorated in the national colors.
Miss noy Ellen Stewart was hostess
at a dinner git en last night in honor
of her brother. Lieutenant Carl B.
Stewart, who is islting his parents,
Judge and Mrs. J A. Stewart. Lieu
tenant Stewart will leave Wednesday
for 1"1' I'0' al L00 sPrinS8. Tex.
The Alpha Tau Omega fraternity
will give a Chistmas dance at the
chapter houe Thursday night, De
Mrs. Alexander Martin will enter
tain her bridge club tomorrow. The
other members are: Mrs. Kate Con
ley, Mrs. Odon Guitar and Mrs. Tur
The Delta Tau Delta fraternity had
as dinner guests yesterday Misses
Harriet Bell, N'orine Nugent and Julia
The Alpha Tau Omega fraternity
announces the. pledging of Tudor
Lanius or Palmyra.
Paul II. Shepard, a former student
of the University, is visiting at the
Beta Theta Pi house.
The U. D. C. will meet with Mrs. J.
It. Wharton, 411 Stewart road, from
12 to 4 o'clock Wednesday afternoon.
The members of the Kappa Sigma
fraternity entertained their freshman
football team at the Daniel Boone
Tavern last night, airs. Mary Tnomp-
son, cnaperon, was aiso a guesi oi
the fraternity. Plates were laid for
EXGIXEERS TO BE EXEMPT
LIVe Medical Students, They Will Not
Be Called Till Graduated.
Students in the School of Engineer
ing of the University will be exempt
from the selective draft until after
graduation, the same as medical stu
dents, according to Washington draft
officials. The University of Missouri
is one of the 117 engineering schools
recognized by the Government.
The draft officials say that en
gineering students In schools recog
nized by the War Department were
granted virtual exemption from the
selective draft under certain condi
tions as the result of a conference
between Secretary Baker, Provost
Marshal-General Crowder and officers
of engineering societies.
The students are viewed as military
assets of the future, and are granted
preferred classification, as are med
ical students in certain cases, so
that they may complete their courses.
They revert automatically to their
former classification on graduation,
and may be called out immediately
as enlisted men of the engineer re
serve. The problem of engineering stu
dents in the draft was presented by
M. S. Ketchum of Boulder, Colo.,
presidant of the Society for the Pro
motion of Engineering, and C. II.
Mann, dean of Massachusetts Insti
tute of Technology. They filed with
Baker copies of resolutions adopted
by various engineering societies urg
ing special consideration for engi
neering students because of the value
of such men when trained to the
military establishment. About 6,000
students in 117 recognized engineer
ing colleges and schools are affected.
Miss Harriett Cravens, Miss Gwenn
Hinerman and Miss Helen Harvey
were dinner guests at the Delta Del
ta Delta house yesterday.
JEFFERSOX CLUB QUARANTINED
Short Course Students Are Kept in
on Account of Smallpox.
The eight members of the Jefferson
Club and four Short Course students
who stay at the Club house have been
quarantined on account of smallpox.
G. II Buscher, a student In the Short
Course, has smallpox at the house.
To Repeat Courses in Home Service.
The courses In training for home
service which were offered In the
Short Course have been so succssful
that It has been decided to repeat
them the second semester. Sixteen
students are now enrolled In these
Would Hare Fraternities Abroad.
Steps to organize the American
Overseas Fraternity Association, to
look after the comfort of members of
Greek letter societies of American
colleges now fighting abroad, were
taken at the opening of the annual
convention of the Delta Kappa Epsl
lon fraternity in New York, according
to New York dispatches.
fif OPTOMETRIST Yja
L ?H GUITAR. BLDG. M
K. ). Mitchell Gets Lieutenancy.
Kenneth D. Mitchell or Columbia, a
former student of the University, has
received a commission as first lieu
tenant at Leon Springs, Tex. He will
be stationed at Camp Travis, near
Teachers wanted to fill emergency
vacancies In all departments. Have
talis for teachers daily. Only 3J4
per cent commission. Teachers' Em
ployment Bureau, 208-209 C. R. S.
Bank Bldg., Cedar Rapids, la. 12tf
Half a Cent a Word a Day
ROOMS FOR BENT
roit KENT One large south room for
tno persona. Business girls employed In
University preferred. 443 Black. 013 S.
APART3IEXTS FOE BENT
FOR KENT ronr rooms with bath,
south exposure, third floor apartment.
Furnished or unfurnished. Will give
posteslnn Wednesday, December 12.
1'lione 101C Red. 72tf
FOR UEXT-My desirable six-room
lirlcl house. Close to University and bus
iness section Modern in every respect.
Will rent rensonable. J. E. Wright. 904
roi: Kent Modern six-room apart
ment, sleeping porch; private entrance;
newly papered: water and beat furnished;
L'Ul.lools from Uroadnray. one-half blod;
of West Campus. I'lione b00-Black.
FOK our varied calls. Many war vacancies.
Missouri Teachers' Agency, Kirksville,
31-31 I (I
LOST Alfp FQUN.P
LOST Bunch pf keys between 714 Mo.
-Vre., and hVlJiler Hall. Finder return to
Vpssourlan o(W. "73
LOST Small tan leather pocketbook
"m initials it. Ifc. uuu .m.i....,'--- t
LOST last night, between Missouri un
ion and Oddfellows' lodge room In Boone
Building, h pair of tortoise rim glasses.
Kinder return to .Mary Margaret McBrlde
at Times office, aud reoehe reward. M-tr
Cross) gloves, lleward. a K, Halley. GK
h Initials 1J. It. and Minneapolis. Cos
is about $5. Dropped between Hets
s and 517 South Fifth. Finder please
I at 517 South J-ifth. rretf
LOST Monday morning at Co-Op
West Campus, nearly new pilr (
Cmeo !,.... .. r T? TTnllPI
, LOST-A Jeweled PI Thl pin. Finder
1:e at Mlssonrlan or call 9S3 Bed. A-CCK
Dancing Lessons. Call G20 or 004. P-03
M roil TRADE What have you to trade
for six acre! adjoining small town, good
Improvements? Address Box ISO, Morris
vllle. Mo. a"i
Ladies' Tailoring College
it so equipped that any woman
or girl can make all her clothes
under our instructions.
Third Floor, Elvira Bldg.
The National Touch
Method and new Vn
flerwoodP for stu
dent use t less tfcM
regular rental cost
After six months
you get a credit refund lor every cent
paid. Bee our agent, R. C. Crow. Y.
M. C A., 6:30 to 7:30 dally.
NATIONAL TIP18T8 ASSOCIATION
Let Holborn make your
We guarantee to please
FINE SHOE REPAIRING
The best shoe repajr shop in the city.
Neoljn Soles a Specialty
24 S. 9th. St. Phpne 339 Red
Saying your old Magazines
S0c 100 pounds
25c 100 pounds
Phone 392. Will call
KLASS COM. CO.
DOES YOUR WATCH
CLOCK OR JEWELRY
If yon bring your repah
work to us it will b re
turned promptly i perfect
condition. JU work guar
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THE EVENING MISSOUBIAN. MONDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1917.
H Until Dec. 15, 1917 5EL.
Style 2 StyleB Style 4
Three Individual Molds
Pure aluminum assorted styles. Send the coupon below with only 10c to
5 ay mailing. Or we will send six molds enough to serve a full package of
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shape also, if preferred.
A Gift for Women
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This Is to urge you to try
Jiffy-Jell perhaps for today's
dinner. You should know this
new-grade, quick, fruity dessert.
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far Salidt or
Then there is Mint flavor which makes
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So we aslc you to buy two packages to try
Waukesha gelatine which costs
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quick desserts and salads with a wealth of ripe-fruit send you three individual dessert molds, pure aluminum. Or
All fruit flavors are made from the fruit itself. They one 50-cent Pint Mold. Or. if you enclose 20c, we will send six
are highly concentrated, so every
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All these liquid flavors come
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You add them when the jell
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new flavors, Pineapple, Mint, Lime, Coffee,
and LOGANBERRY, the Queen .pf them all.
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