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THE COLUMBIA -EVENING MISSOURIAN. FRIDAY," OCTOBER 29, 1920
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Miss MareurriiA Wlhii-, l-ft TMi-.T,v
fur Su Louis to fpcml tie weck-cml visit
ing licr narrnit
Josephine Bruce, Betty Campbell. Kav
cicman and diaries Vance le't.todar
fur Kansas Gty to speod the week-end.
ine Mcnorah dull will meet at 8
o'clock Saturday evening in the Y. M.
C A. Auditorium.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Catley will spend
e fr-fwl with Mr. Gatley's parents
F. L. Wriaht, assistant ttate hovV ami
girls' club leader, is in Lawrence C-juntv
"llrndins the pi? club round-up.
M. C Runvon has been obliged to re
turn to his home in Sheridan. Mo.be
laov; of sickness He will resume his
ivvoik at the University next term.
si I Miw Mabel Sleinherj;er left" jester
rZ, -""Jay for her home in Kitksnlle vvhetc the
Jj will remain until the opening of the v. in.
I P. F. SchoengerdtfsoiU peciah&t. is
in Knox County in the interest of a ram
paign to secure more seneral use of lime
stone. JS. L. Waddell, extension assistant pro
fessor in animal husbandry is in Ralls
County visiting the demonstrations of the
sheep farm co-operators.
Paul Naylor, assistant county agent
leader, vent to Howard County yeterday
to talk at the Farm Bureau picnic on
on Farm Bureau work.
A. C BurnelL SDeciabsl in cnlomol-
)gy, visited Lafavette, Jackson and John
son counties this week planning cam
' raigns for the control of the hcsian fl
and the chinch bug.
Medical students will elect their officers
next week. The juniors hae called a
meeting for 4 o'clock Mondav, while the
seniors will bold their election Tues
day at the same hour.
Scabbard and Blade, an honorary null
lary fraternity, initiated seven men
vesterday. The candidates were forced
to walk puard around the Columns and
to call tlie corpora of the guard at inter
vals, or whenever a member of the fra i
- Irrnitv gave the fraternity whistle. The
initiate are: Robert Newberry, Howard
Uuk. John J. OTCecfe, Framis Foster,
.- Charles Caino, J. W. Cale, and George
At a meeting of Kandijpli County
students at the Y. M. C A. Building
iuesday night a Randolph Couuty- Club
was foimed. There are eighteen stu
dent in the University from this count).
The student in the Srhool of Edu
catien met at 1 o'clock Monday aftT.
non and elected the foIIowtng-'oDicers:
Pirsident, Isabel Ivawu; sue president.
Ruby llulctt; tccrctary treasurer. Aria
G. W. Hervcy, etenion aseulant pro
' tenor in poultry rai-inf, vint! La fay.
ette, DeKalb and Andrew counties this
week for the purpose of selecting hens
"for the certified poultry breeding rro
jeet. Hoy Kirkpatrick, extension instructor
in field crops is in Atchison County this
week judging agricultural exhibits at
the community fairs and walking in the
interest of a belter seed project. ,
V. If. Rusk, extension ax-istant pro
fessor in animal husbandry, is in Marion
County visiting the farmers who are co
operating with the College of Agricul
ture in keeping records of the hog feed
. Ralph Loomis extension assistant pro
fessor in marketing, was in T3ole County
Tueday, assisting the Farm Bureau in
' organizing co-operative elevators at Mela.
, Yesterday and today he was in like
For your Hallowe'en party.
Wc have a complete line of
favors froip which to pick.
, , Modern Tailoring
With fifteen years of
Ladies' Tailoring experi
'eiice to back our judg
f'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 db
The Oily Ladits" Tallot Between
- St. Louis ag dKamss City.
VsiiUetlds. rhone 831
County assisting the county agent, E. R.
Kcllar, in organizing co-operative associa
tions. The Academ dub distributed large
desk blotters tu students in Academic
Hall this morning. The blotters con
tained advcrtuments and the schedules
for all of the athletic events for the
scar on them.
John II. Caey, a graduate of tlie
School of Journalism, will leave soon for
Japan to do advertising work fur the
i rans-racibc in lokio. lliere are mi
other graduates of the School of Journal
sim in Japan.
II. M. Garlock, extension iu-iiuclur
in animal hu-bandr), was in Lincoln
County Wednesday, atting the county
peent in a better sires campaign. lie
was in Frcderiektown jesterday to jiidt.e
the animal husbandry exhibit at the Fred
crickloun Fair ami to talk on live stock
Tlie Boone fjiunt) Club met at 1:10
o'clock this afternoon in the Y. M. C A.
Budding. Organization uf the club was
completed with ill d Club. Tlie fol
letting ofliters of the cluli have alrradv
Lecn elected: Proident, Frank E. Btl-j
den; represeniatiw to the Ad Gub.
Carland B. Ctnle).
-Rcolvcd. llut the Twelfth Amend
ment In the Constitution of the United
Slates le so amended as to provide for
the election of the president and siec
preidcnt by popular sote." will J- the
subject of the debate at the Athertaean
Wc hae a complete assortment of Hallowe'en
fa ors. , k -
Dance 'Programs Place Cards
Tally Cards ' Faor
Scott's Book Shop
Tuesday Night Nov. 2nd
- ( Election returns will be announced from the stage tlut
night. v -
Tlicrc are plenty of good seats left for Tuesday night
r as well as tlie other nights. '
S. K. C.
Society meeting Saturday night in thcY.
M. C A. Building. Frank Belden and G.
Morrison will support the affirmative, anil
T. J. Anderson and John Arnclt the ncgi
tNe, E. JI. Harmon, exten-ioa asistant pro
fessor in dairying, visitel Greene County
this week tu discuss methods of feeding
dairy cows with members of the Greene
County cow icling association. Tuesday
and Wednesday he was in Webster Coun
ty helping the county agent, R. R.
Thomaon. tonduct a dairy tour over the
county. The people interested in dairy
work visited the farms of the county
where they liad made a good icvord in
on testing woik.
A. F. Kuldm-n, assistant professor of
sociology in the University will rijd a i
paper .before the Missouri Stale Con j
icrrncc for Social Welfare, which meets I
in Siaha ftovcmlier II, 15 and 16.
Professor Kulhman's paper will he on I
"The Need for Trained Leadership in t
Social Work." James A. Qiiiun, graduate
selndar in 4ieilogy, "will present an
original rrseaah stud) on "Desertion
and Child Abandonment." Mrs. A. Kuv
Hill i vice-president of the conference, I
to winch IJoctor Lharles A. tllwond ha ,
Uxii turned a delegate by Governor
Talks by students in the School of En-'
gineenng will constitute .roost of the pro-'
gram at the meeting of American Insti
lute of Electrical Engineers Monday
iiight. D. Hasenrilter will talk on "Pow.l
YOU CANT. AFFORD TO MISS
Big Elks Show
Those who had tickets reserved at the Box Office by-
phone will havcto call andvget tliem before 9 o'clock Sat
urday night. If they are' not called for they will be put
back on sale.
LEARN TO DANCE
Private Lessons By Appointment Only
MRS. JAMESON .-
cr Rates, Sales and Contract Specifica
tions." R. L. Findley will tell of his ex.
perienres with the Wagner Electric Com
pany during the past summer. At the
beat meeting, November 15, -W. C, Wheel
er will read a paper that 11. BUShaw,
formerly dean of the School nf Engineer
ing, presented at a recent meeting of' the
Society for the Promotion of Engineering
Education. Mr. Shaw is now head of
The Dohertv Training Schools. The sub
ject of the paper is "Educational Cooper
ation Between Universities and Public
Utilities." The Mechanical and, Elec
trical engineering societies will Wet to
gether at this time.
New Sirchuuu $1.50 per gallon. Ka-li
& Karry Grocery. adv.
Puffed rice, 18c per package. Kah
4 Karry Grocer), adv.
1 Pretty Millinery;
'' Special for
Saturday and Monday Selling ,
" -1-5 'off - '''
A new lot of pieHv hats arc here for jour inspection ami to iiiakeyour
bit to tlijsdrparlinelpt.more certain we will offer as a special inducement for
Saturday and Monday. I
Choicry'of anyhat-in tlie ilepartnipnt for One-Fifth Off the Hcguljr
Ballelln On Mre-ms To Be Issued.
The Engineering Experiment Station
of theUniversily of Missouri is planning
the publication of a bulletin on the wa
ter resources of "Mis-juuri. T. J. Rod
house, professor of civil engineering, has
been earrying on investigations for tlie
lat ten )cars. The work includes tlie
cuaguxg of the now of a number of
springs and rivers in tlie Ozarks region.
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; Too Late to Classify 1
LOST Diamond ring Tliurxlay after
noon iu vicinity of I3asr Cauipu. llr
wanL Leave at Misouriau Office. 11-52
FOR RENT FumiJied room for men
etuilents- 502 S. nilliam Street. Phone
HAS THE ENROLLMENT
at tlie '
UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI
ConiiMrcil with oilier public
Sec articles in today's) issue of
On sale where magazines are
' The Missouri Stores
Tailjrc Made Suit for
$45 1 1 $50 $55
"Thcy'ie written us telephoned
us: "Is it true?"
We'n tell the world it's true.
- Tliink this over
snappy Fall patterns made up
inlojatty one of 250 styles any-
fthing you want you select the
"Vgods-r-we make the suit and guar
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"1 ieciug is believing don't write
don't phone just drop in today
- .'liiil.lrMik ui o(r.
1921 Savitar. staff, abandoning the
idea of a queen contest at the request of' the
students, plans to sell the Atmual this )ear
through the nine schools and through the coun
ty clubs. Each school, and each county have
a quota of books to cell.
llrlp your organizations out by buying
early! - r ?
The sales campaign 6tarts "Monday.
our f A
all wool fabrics
22 So. 9tli St.
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