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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 28, 1920
j MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE
Mrs. XL E. Phillips went to Brown
Sution yesterday to visit her daurbter.
Hirry Buchholz went In Mobetlv' on
W. A. McDowell returned lu his Iwme
U Sullin. A. B. Athy and S. S. Daily
Ml vcstcrday morning for Mcvico.
Miss Emma Crccii went lu Fulton
yesterday o spend ji frw -ilavs.
Mrv James Gordon, who rerenily suf
fered a prainei 'ankle, is icuortcd !
tie and II. 0. Severance, mil of the Uni.
versity Library, left yesterday lo attend
tlie annual meeting of the -Missouri
State LiLrary Association in St. Louis.
Tliey will return rriday.
Dean J. C Jones lefl yelerday for
Springfield, Mo, here he will attend
a meeting of the Missouri College I'nion
today and tomorrow, lie will return lo
Columbia Monday morning.
A hab) gill. Itu'.li Fliubeth. weighing
seven and one-lialf pounds, was born to
Mr. and Mrs. C K. Mangels on OcIuIict
17- Mr. Mangels formerly a student in
the Gdlege of Agriculture here and later
an instructor in ihe agricultural chemistry
.'iiiiut fat'iio, ill wtnu i ..... .
"William A. Hule. of St. Louis went focuartment. is now Willi Ihe llureau ol
lo Jefferson Gty yestrnlav afrer a short
Jmsiness nin lo Columbia.
Bryant Wood wsM to Favclte jester
day to wl.it his grandmother, wlwi i
Robert Watkins returned to hi laime
in Limeiirk after trail-acting Lupine
Le Lred. ami Dr. W. II. M.-re wrnl
lo MeBaine yesterday where ihey will
pend the rest of ihe week hunting
Ernest W. Cupp. recruiting nicer
rationed liere, went to McBiinc vestrr
lay to recruit some iihn.
Mrs. W. U WW of Meiio lell cs
lenlay for her home after visiting her
- lister. Miss FJIie Craliam.
Mrs. D. II. .Morris, who lia- Un
isiting her sister, Mrs. K. Oiasc, lefl
Mrs. T. Ik Iliehman left vcierdav
or Ece"lsior Snrines wliere sh. j,illr
..visit for a week.
Miss fietta Keed. wl. has hern in
Columbia on business, returned, lo tier
home in Centralia vesterdav.
C W. Barney,, who has leen in !
tuinbia fin business relumed to Kansas
City yesierda) morning.
.Miss Sadi- Stean. a teacher in the Col
umbia High School, will go to Arrow
rocL tomorrow to visit relatives.
Mrs. 0. II. Crsiwrll and her.Uughter.
nMay.lw have been visiting ia Gdumhia
for several weeks, lefl yesterday for
their home in Colorado.
Julius It. Edwards, eadiier of ihe
First National Bank of Columbia who
has been in Columbia attending court.
leturned ht his Iiome vesterdav.
Capt. S. I!. Cixulwin. of Si. Ijiuis. win,
lias been making his regular inspection
Irip through this tiart of tin- slate, left
yesterday for St. Louis.
W. W. Steward. J. F. Schwetz ami V.
F. dough. wImi liave lieen in Gdumhia
on business, went to Jefferson Gty ve
terday. Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Brown and two
children have returned to thrir home in
.Mokane after visiting relatives here and
L. L. Hunter of Ituntsrilte has been
in Columbia, on business ihe la. week.
He left yesterday for New Franklin to
transact 4her business "before returning
Chemi-try. I'. K. Department of Agricul
lure. Mrs. Mangcli, whose maiden name
was Clara Sherman, was a studrnt in the
University hi 1413-IS. Tliey live al 101
PaiW avenue, TaLorru I'aiV. Md.
.Miss Mary Welsh lias gone to Cameron
for a wi-ek'a visit.
Miss Caroline Collins'visited in Kan
sas Oty last week-end.
Miss Juliette Williams sprat the week
end in Kansas G't).
L. J. Stadler. assistant in Ihe field
crops department, left yesterday for south
west Missouri to select srrd corn.
Robert Ward of Kansas Gt will ertme
to Columbia for tire bamwarming. lie
will stay at the Mercer Club.
W. II. Rusk is doing extension w-ork
among the hog raisers of Marion County
C A. Helm, associate professor of field
crops is in Maryville threshing oy teans
al Ihe experiment station field there.
of Agriculture. Mr. Sliowengerdt is a
specialist in soils and Mr. Carter is the
field crop specialist.
ness. Miss Stienhargcr etpect lo eturn
neat term. She is taking a rural sociol
ogy course by correspondence.
Emmet Maupin ami Gilbert Edwards,
who are in the lu O. T. G, went to Jef
ferson Barracks yesterday to re-enlit.
0. S. Fisher, specialist in crops and
soils in the L. S, eparlment of Agricul
ture, is in Columbia now- Iiolding a con
ference with P. F. Scbowengerdt and G
E. Carter, both in the University College
Miss Mabel StienDarger lias discon
tinued her work in the Gdlege of Agri
culture, and will return to her home in
Kilksville, because of her hrotlier ill-
The l). L. H, student organization at
the Knights of Gdumbus Students Home,
held initiation Tuesday night for Heibr-rt
Dierks, E. Paul Smith and Arthur Winkler.
Miss Grace Barnes-Misj Florence Cur I
October 22. House warming of ihe
whool of Journalism in Jay II. NeA Hall.
Octidier 2&30 Southeast Missouii
State Teachers Association. Cape Girar
deau. Octolier 24 Football mass meeting in
October 24 Annual bamwarming at
lMober-30 Football Missouri vs.
Oktaluona al Columbia.
November 1 Shot! Course in Engi
November I Short Course in Agri
November 1-r Savitar goes on sale.
November 3 Mjj. Ihoinas J. Dick'
son speaks at the University Auditorium
on "America and the Battle of erdun.
November 3 and -1 The Elks presenl
"Hoop La" at the Hall Theater.
November S Football Columbia
High'vs. Kirksville High at Columbia.
November U Aimisiicp Day cele
bration. November 11 American Red Cross
drive for members begins.
November 12 Football mass meeting
in University Auditorium.
November 1113 Missouri Slate
Teachers Association Meeting it? Kan
November 13 Football Missouri
vs. Washington at GdumCia.
November 14 Designated by Presi
dent Wilson as a Memorial Day for the
Jeau over sea--,
November 16-13 Gmvention of the
Missouri Association of Sun lay schools
November 18-19-Dr. II. D. Curli-.
noted astronomer, will speak on "The
Size of the Universe" at annual public
lectures of Sigma Xi. 8 o'clock at Phv-
sic lecture room.
November 19. Football mass cieelini
in Univep-itv Auditorium.
November 20 Football Missouri
vs. "All Americans" at Columbia.
.-November 21 Dr. A; L." Sheltojt,-rais-sionary
from Tibet, will speak at the
Christian Church. ,
November 23 Reinald Werrenrath,
baritone, under the auspices of Phi Mu
Alpha al the University Auditorium.
November 2k Mass meeting for
Homecoming Camein University Audi
torium. November 25 Football Home
coming game, Missouri vs. Kansas, at
NEWS OF R0CHEP0RT
A musical program his givrn in the
Iiigli c!kkI auiJtloriura Tuesday night ly
a croup of Hawaiian. Part f the prcv
cttiU vritt tn I he Iiifth school and uill
! iis-rd fur uirin and lighting the
An informal dance vtai ci.rn in tlie
lull mir V. W. Scnbirm luip .Monday
nifht. A Hawaiian i.rchrtra furnished
visit with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and
Mrs. Ceorge Champion. Mim O'Neil is
on her way to California, where he will
spend lite winter.
Mis Mamie Sampson, who ha flurp
of the primary department of Rncheport
School, ijted at her home in ji1 umbia
ver the eel-end.
Mr. William F. Angell 11 rruline an
ektendetl itt to relative In Fort Worth,
iun Antonio, and other Trxa eitiei.
THE HOTEL GUESTS
Tlie students of tlie Rocheport High
School wlui come from the countrv have
made ariangements to luve hot lunch
at sfbool. A tluh has been formed and
the expense will be shared equally. Tlie
school lus an oil stove ami all cooking
utensils necessary for ll.e untlertaking.
ll Ihrse Ihings will he turned over to
the club for ils use.
Try a gallon of our apple butter al
JI-23. You will be satisfied. O. W.
Routwell Merc Gi. Phone 681. adv.
Modern Tailoring .
With fifteen years of
Indies' Tailoring experi
ence to hack our judg
ment, and a complete
knowledge of the latest
fashions and modes, we
are in a position to do any
work required of expert
Our prices are nominal
and our work so satisfying
that you will recognize the
wisdom of letting us do
The Only Ladies" Tailor Between
St. Louis an dKansas Gty.
Miller Rldg. Phone 831
Meeting "of the
In Room A, Y. M. C. A.
Friday, October 29th
at 4 p. m.
A new ."well" will be brought in.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Sampson liave
received a lieauliful gift fiom the Samp
son famil) .f Gdumbia. The occasion
was tlir twenty ninth anniversary of
their wedding. The present was an old
piece of silverware given to Mr. Samp
son (lareuls on their Golden wedding
anniversary in Stf2.
11. 11,11 - r.., ., ll.n-.Mi. li:..l.
Cl,. s..) clu.latnt lud irnlta-l il... . . .,!
" i-ass-. . iw luiuiini ill, H" l"Jll-
omore cbss of Rocheport high school.
Prof. Elmer Moore' was' elected one of
Ihe delegates to repiesent' the tearless of
ltoone County .at the Missouri State
Tearlicrs' Association at Kansas Gt), No
vember 11 to 13.
The following persons registered at the
Daniel Boone Tavern yesterday: E. It.
Stewart. Springfield; E. P. Stew-art, De
catur. 11L; W. W. Polmatier, Philadel
phia; K. M. Kline, Milwaukee; I!. S.
I r.rie Nanus v.ny; i u. iraig. jetier
son (3ty; C M. differ. T. M. Hutvcll,
Kansas Gt) ; V. B. Elder. Jefferson Gty.
The following registered at the Athens
Hotel yesterday: Arthur Stuckcv. St.
Ijouis; Mike Whelan, St. Louis; W. I!.
Powell and Ballard Dacvherty. U. S.
N Meiico; W. W. Hopper, Si. Joseph;
Stanley Dullois, Kansas City; R. C Hau
ser. Fori Worth.
Tires and Tubes
llie lirt roadt et -ami north of
niche(Mirt prohahly y Ik impavuble
for -eteral tlj, due lu (he heavy rainfall
Having sold out our tire and accessory business at Cof
feyville, Kansas, we hae a few tires and tubs'jlpft that we
will sell In-low cost. If you need any of the following, you
can buy a real bargain. One Ford touring ear.
The Reverend Randolph Cited his teg.
ular appointment at lbs M. E. Church
(soutM Sunday morning. The nisht
service ws not held because the Rever
end Randolph returned lo Locust Crove
rnurrn wnere lie is conducling a scum
of revival meetings.
The Winona Knitting Mills of New
Haven, (oniL, have an office in Room 3.
Boone Building, and are represented b)
Miss Jennie Harris. They are manufac
lurers of the best hosiery, underwear and
sweaters for men. women and children.
l-eave your orders now. Full line of sam
ples to sflfcl from. CAdv.)
We bu) the Iiest of Boone County cat
tle and liogs for our meat department.
0. W. ltoutwell Merc. Cn! Phone 681.
Norris Samps,tii, a sopliomore in ihe
University spent tlw week-en,t with his
parents. .Mr. and .Mrs. VI. A. Simpson.
Harry Craves slnipd a car of cattle
In St. Louis Saturday night. George
Bajse shippeil a car of hogs.
John F. Mathenev. of alley Paik, is
visiting relatives in Rocheport.
Mis Helen OWeil of Nek York slop
ped off in Rocheport for a few davs
Hand-Tooled Bags and
purses made of calf and
They never u ear out.
See them at
20 PFR CENT DISCOUNT.
On all Royal Society package and
stamped fds for the balance uf the
week. Mis. Britie Hickman. Hubbel
For your Hallowe'en party.
We have a complete line of
favors from which to pick.
.Spanish Club Presents Play.
'Ia llroma," a Spanish play, was pre-
sented at the Spanish Club Tuesday
night. Those who took part were, lien-
Ion Cahbcrt, as Don Antonio. Francis
Pendergasi as lruis Aguitar. lover ol I
Carmen, Helen Navlor as Carmen, dau
ghter of Don Antonio, 'Amelia Palmer
as Adelia. the "maid.
354!s Brunswick Tire.
3-30-.V.4 Brunswick Tires.
1 30v3 llruiiswiik Tire.
2 331 Tula's.
2 303 Tubes.-
2-3fli34 Tube.- -3-
1--32U Cliairw IpJilr).
Phone 1155 for tavi.
Fine Old Giuntry Hams for sale at O.J
W. Boutwell Merc. Co. Phone 681. adv,
Blowout boots coil pi'olectors for Fords, light. globes,
switches and various oilier articles, in the accessary line,
If yotj are in need of any of this you can buy'a real bar--gain
while it last. See me or phone 1110-Whilti.
T. N. KURTZ i
Say ir with FM
Fresh roses cu every j
ing. Also all othec'li
cis in season, aiwai
from our eleven
We are members of
tion and can havei
filled in any part of j
ica within an hour.
All kinds of Palms, M
and other dectiiM
Rememlier "always fJ
flowers" when oifaJ
Seventh and Broadway
a none ooo
Put Your Soiled and:
Wrinkled Ties in i
Laundry ' I
When the Blue Fleet Driver
makes his next rail, let him take
your ties with him.
The neat cravat marks the
veil-groomed man. Gm you
yfford to spoil an otherwise fa
vorable appearance by adver
tising slovenness in the condi
tion of vour ties? I
Put your soiled anil wrinkled '
ties in your next laundry bun-!
And Dry Cleaning Co.
''Where Satisfaction Is the
For the Bamwarming1
You will want to look a little girl agaiiir We can make your liair look bobbed
.mil give you al ihe other necessary finishings for the big affair.
MAKE YOUR APPOINTMENT NOW
12 N. 9th St.
.'From B a. m. to 2-p. m.
Gorgeous Yellow, While and Pink
First come, firs't served.
Number is limited.
If .you can't come, pllone.
Seventh and Broadway Phone 366
FACTORY FLOUR .
Every ounce of HP Flour is real flour rich in food
value and uniform in quality.
Our .selection of only the best wheat raised in Boone
Comity and our system of milling maks possible tliemanu
rnelure of this supremely satisfactory flour,
"" Satisfaction' for sale by all grocers or call No. 9
Boone County Milling and Elevator Co.
Tuesday, Noil 2
i Owing to-the great demand for seats the management has decided to pre
senl "Hcop-la" another night. Thi makes three shows in all Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday nights. "1 i
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- Guod setits can be obtained fur Tuedav niglit's-ishow.
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. ' )!ou w,ont m'?-)yl " ,ne Ehl'on Returns if you come that night. It
has been arranged to have the returns given from the stage! between tlie acts.
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J'0 General admission seats for each performancVwill be on sale at 7:30,
' Ith'c pipht'of the show, at the box office at the Hall Theatre.
;- Remember plenty of good reenedeat left foriTueSday's iliow. ' -;
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makers 01 i,cU King Feeds.
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