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!?!- Powtta Hartshorn tad Habart
,4Mt .Delp were married it Ltmgmont,
(4i August ct.
W-Mt.BI i. M former .lnrlM l tfc
.tjWiilTCrKtjr, fm which be received his
!gt at 5 'Wtncuitwf.
BSTg-Ji "j-,"wrn. vets wui be at nome at
w auoamae. Mo, when be will teach -vo-.
catieWl agriculture in the high school.
rAanenaceaent has been .made of the
: marriage of Homer A. Dye, Jr., and Miss
Bessie Wilson, both of whom are gradu-
t Mr. and' Mr Dye were lomerly of
St- Joseph., The couple are now at borne
on Oku MO-acre. ranch at Uplon, Wjo,
THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOtmiANf MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 13. 1920.
where the gro7mhTjoTnTVwner oTTuews-
Mr. Dye was a atndent lo the School
ot Journalism and was noted for hit skill
as a cartoonist.
The following were guests at the
Phi Gamma Delta dinner party renter
day: Kalhrrine Davis. Mary Stone. Dor
othy Limerick, Dorothy Plums. Helen
U'atson. Susanna Dickson, Rowena
Woods. Maggie Lee Bell, Martha Mar
tin, Martha Sue Woods and Gladys Per.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar E. Riley announce
I the birth of twins, a son and daughter,!
.on August 20 at their borne tn New
(York Cty. The babies hate been named
I Dealer and Rosemary. Mr. Riley is a
graduate, rfjhe School -of Journalism
Ol Hie fT&lwrrall Mm ! nnw mfi,r
of die Japan Society with headquarters"
in. new i or a uty.
Dean J. IL Coursault of the School
of Edncatioa of the University enter
tained members of the faculty at a
smoker at his home, 212 Hicks avenue, to
tneet'ProfJ M. C. Ncale,a'new member of
the School of Education faculty.
for Philadelphia where. KibbewOl aaea
two more years in the study of medicine.
PendtKivVira Adams, Rae Waasner. Sdaa
Stein and Maunne Mays.
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Carpenter New
York announce the birth of a ton on
Antntt 3ft. Mr. f!srneter'i was mji..
J ed from the School of Journalism in 1913
and is now in advertising work in New
Miss, Abbey Hudson and J. Halbert
Kibbe were married at 9 o'clock Sunday
rooming at the home of the bride's par.
ents in Fulton. Both are graduates of the
University. Kibbe finished his work in
the school of Medicine last year and Mrs.
Kibbe was graduated in the class of "19.
They left, immediately after the ceremony
The following were dinner guests at
Read Hall Sunday: Misses Auaa.Cies-
Emily Lois Fitch and Fred B..
Jensffc, Jr, win be married October 9.
at'Usf home of the bride's parents Mr.
and Mrs. Charles. Fitch at Mt.- Washing
Miss Fitch is a former student in the.
University. She will have Miss Esther
Robertson of Kansas Gty for maid of
honor and Mrs. Donald Fitch, formerly
Service for the Ladies-
'-"' The ladies like the men but they do not always like the food they' like
f '6r'flie''noon and evening meal. And therein is where our new-secret lies.
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Everybody is saying we know what the "fellows" like. And we know
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that is true or the "fellows" wouldn't smile so after they spend half an
hour or so at one of our. tables.
Today our dining room is being improved that we may best serve the
lady guests. The two extra tables are being put in. The latter part of the
week the first three tables will be -reserved for the. ladies. Special waiters
will know what you want when you seat yourself at the reserved table. And
service is yours.
Columbia Catering Co.
Over White Eagle Dairy.
Just a step from anywhere
Whether you are the kind that
likes to wear gloves or the kind that
. justvwears them for convention you
wilf ioye the new gloves at Eslcs.
There are the short gloves, gaunt
lets, three-quarter and long lengths,
and. all seem to be in vogue this sea
TrVheautiful pair of gauntlets
ire fashioned of dark brown kid.
PI ' A white pearl button forms the. clasp, and the
stitching is white. They are daintier than most of the gaunt,
lets, and are priced at $6.75, The gauntlets with gussets of
contrasting color are' good -kpking also.
Y . LADY JANE.'
Helen Robneu of Columbia, ae matron
of honor. Misses Marion Hasfetd and
Dorothy Clarke will be bridesmaid.
The couple will be at heme after
October 9 in Kansas Gty. Mr. Jenkins
will take a position there with the Jen
kins Musis Company.
Mrs. R. K. Van Horn of KaasasCliy.
is visiting Mjss Amanda Beaumont of
the Dumas' apartments.
.a. r. p. v. ara wkm
ttarrMW M. LetkweW fa Ximti
The Baptist Yomsg Peoples' Union was
organized for the faH 'term-last night
The following oCeers were -esectedr
President. Clarence D. Locliwbod; cor
responding secretary,' Carl C Gentry;'
Secretary, Charles V.. Bryan; treasurer.
J. J. Reed; Chorister, Charles L-.Pol-
wfd; pianist. LaciHo Johnson. Thre
vice-presidents -will be appointed by thf
president to serve, ss beads of the com
FOR SALE Overland
four touring car. A
bargain. W. C Bowling,
8th and Cherry, Phone No.
TONIGHT AND TUESDAY
In another of those "speed" pictures
"EXCUSE. MY DUST
Assisted by Theodore Roberts as Thc Bear," Ann Little and
If you enjoyed "Double Speed," you'll simply eat this
picture up. Also
The first of a series ( of, "Edgar" comedies
WEDNESDAY, AND THURSDAY
Mabel Normanrj. in. "Slim Princess"
A PLATE OF SOUP
OR SOME SPAGHETTI
AND A1 HAMBURGER
OR MINCED HAM .
SOME REALf PIE'
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Shirts that Match
A .Desired Taste
. -'Shirts that are essentially serviceable and shirts that
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always give a distinctive appearance sucn stuns, are to
be seen here in a wonderful fall review.
Whether you desire roa'dras, silk crepe or pure silk we
have the kind of shirts good dressers seek. '
Initial shipment of Manhattans received today. At.
tacnea ana unattacnea cottars.
PRICES: , Jf
: $2.60 to $10.00 f
Everybody s. Store
5. a I
WHERE M. U.'S WHO'S WHO GATHER
Text: Ty Cobb had a pipe named after him long before Robert Burns'
picture appeared on the cigar wrappers.
The Piilm-was the symbol of friendship long before Columbia became
the home of the Gold and the Black. - . , , .
In the days when Cleopatra was a flapper and the desert people were
restless, roaming about looking for likely sites for pyramids in those days
when persons met the sign of friendship was an extended palm branch.
Today,, we only say it but it means the same. Just say "Palms," the
home of superior drinks and pleasant memories. '
At The Center of University Activities
Text: "A straight line is the .shortest distance between two points?'
The Palms, "the sweet-sho with a personality," just across the street
from the south entrance of Academic Hall.
The meeting place of friends. i.On your way to or from the links or
tennis courts, or when going to orfrom town, just say "Palms."
In vacant periods between classes, make the "Palms" your headquar
ters. Fountain tastics that appease and'appcal, music that soothes and satis
fies, and personal service that will please1 the most fastidious.
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THE UNIVERSITY OASIS . .I
Text: Some wise bird once said, "History repeats -itself.
The Egyptian desert-traveler greets artT)Hwrthjrayer.A As the
camel-caravan rocks slowly over tb sun-baked sar. it. iswrtiLgreatest joy
, they greet the shout of the look-out "The Palms."
Egypt "hasn't a thing on" M. U. Just say "Palms." i,
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Nearest, most convenient and most solicitous foriy our "comfort
Drinks with a "pep," music with a"step," and service wilJi a'"pep."
Of College Days
Text: "Seventy-five per cent of
University benefits are not received
in the classroom." John 'Hays'
Some of your happiest memories,
of Old Mizzou will be of the gath-
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ering of the clan after that hard
exam has. ben finally laid away;
-when the grid-iron battle has been ,
won and the game is replayed in the
cool booths of the Palms.
Start your memory files of '20-'21
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in the proper manner. Make the
Palms your rest-hours headquar
ters. Just say ."Meet me at the
Palms," where eraything's cool
but the welcome. Confestioneries
that are toothsome, music that puts
an arch in knitted eye-brows and
service that cannot fail to please.
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"The Univtisity Oasis"
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SOCIETIES TRYSTING SPOl
Text: "A book; a. jug of wine beneath the bough." Omar Khayam.
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Omar had to park his book and jug beneath a bough before he would call it paradise. - Botanists and! good judgment tell us that Omar in his i'
Persian home might as well have said "beneath a palm.'!;V' ' v $jt '-'--' '' " " '
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Through the ages the palm has been art's symbol of peaceand coatentaeat 7 . ; .. - .- - .'- -
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It's not all poetry, however, when we say that a Palms' Special. with,' crest of whipped marshmallow studded with pecan meats is the origmal
gloom-chaser when served in the'eool booths of the Palms. Just say ,f. -' , , '""" " ' v' ": "" ' -" " ' ' "'
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Text: "Some ancient gfnk once
said, "Better late chanerer,."1 ,
- Early classes are' an exception.
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owi'forfekissg'yflaitmiod grirka by
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