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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. SATURDAY. OCTORER 3n 1920
son, I'ercjr Houston, alumni members,
and Mr. and Mr Gifford Van Dyne of
Miss Ella JTrett, society edilr.r. II vni. hm. ..,.. r tfi.i .. .. . ...
... .,.. J .1 rr i ... . ""- "I -w ri-w u inter- w.inj miu i-iuciiam ai i ociock wis
Tir r ' ' I v ""' "W"' '"' ' af'cTfniDK with a builel dinner dance, fori
The members of llie Beta Tlieta Pi fra.
tcmitv will entertain at 7 o'clock tliii
call Miss ,ck oj telephone, Ao. 274, beluem 11 o'clock and noon, each dcv. the vi.iiine alumni and for the Oklahoma
rt. ., , .. ,, . , (members hn came to attend the game,
man .and Mrs. Ella TI The out-of- floats, a larpc Lm.1 of r.es forming the
Qty. Ceorge Smjtff arajri-omas Me- ,lble. The Columbia cue,, will be:
Manu .f WrntkfirUiSUlBlaiv AeanVnviMl r n..l r-t-.i.. II ii.
1 iv . . ' , , ' isi-s jaur itixiprr, i.ial)S I10UX, f.
- """" " -' """ .in Will.;
The freshman members of the 5igma
flu fraternity entertained at 8 o'clock
this morninc with a breakfast dance fcr
the active members of the fraternity. The
house was decorated sviili .autumn leates.
The fire-place, doors and n'nclovvs vtre
craped ith foliage. The guests vxre
Jlis'es Mary Stone. Marjorio Ilcnrj. llcl
rn Na)Ior, Mary Belle Mundy, Eunice
TVhiteii!es, Helen Ludlow. Martlia Siev
rns, Kveljn Frank, Zell Whitmarsh, Angc
line Itea'le), Martha Martin, Inna lievv
jrr, Kathrrine Kelly, Until clirtsnn, Mar
tha Sue Wood. Sell Cochran. Harriet
Jaquin, Marjorie Patterson. Alice Wied
raer, Juliet Price. Marparet Wa, Marga
rrt Fithian, Itutli lla)inan, Frances Zim
merman. Florence Ko&s. Kuth Haperman,
Helen llmfjiain, Irene Christy, Kathcrine
tins, Virginia Cunningham, lie-
Ti n, . , becca Evans, Martha Sue Woods, Ceorgia
ThePhtCamma Delta Fraternity Mill' Fran,,.. Cora Miley. Lorraine lloufel,
tmenain the follovun ueu at dinner 7.11 ttl,:im,t. ,.i r ..:. d-.i.
,. . - rTuiiiiMisii 4iiiii at iiliiiic lulls,
,?'""W: '..," M.arT S"'.n' Mar,'otie TI- OUiboina guests -will be Miss Pau-
crn, Jlartha Sue U'wmU tmd an Slew
art, Dorance Itoderick, Marfellus Prie,
Elmr r .Moroncy and Itus-Wl kwier of the
L'niierit i.f Oklahoma.
Misses Helen It.winan and I'JIili ll.im.
ui. euienain'd ia?t ii,luviili a parly
ai me norne ol Mrs. w. H.
boutli lourtli treet,
Purses and Bags
Long Wearing Qualities
' 813 Broadway
Fiif couples iscre
Muldrow, M. V. Minjion, W. If. llamm.
W. W. I!ogers(. S. Mwolls, W. W. Pot.
tr. 1). II. Johnston. F. V. I'..l.Wman. J.
M. Hickey, Ted Colbert an.l William Cul-
ten. Tlie alumni guests will be: George
rt, I'ogers Crittenden, Charles I). Kol-
(itsrui, Arthur llufhrs. L,le Nelson,
Percy llou'tmi and Mr. and Mrs. Chflurd
Van Din; of Sedalia.
IN FAVOR AT
Miss Hennrictta Stewart Is
Crowned 1920 Harvest
Queen by Dean F.
Say it with Flowers
Fresh roses cu every morn
ing. Also all other flow
ers in season, always right
from our eleven modern
We are members of the
florist telegraphic associa
tion and can have orders
filled in any part of Ameri
ica within an hour.
All kinds of Palms, Fems
" and other decorative
Remember "always fresh
flowers" when ordering
Seventh and Broadway
Oak and poplar Uiis still lie used in
the decorating hine l..nt!a at I'ri.fc-i-or
ami Mrs. !dne Calitit' hou-e, 817
Gillege au-mi.'. !re the Fpivnpal slu
dents of Caliary i.nfscpati:t will Imhl
their llalloneVnTn.iiCiiirN. Clack and
)tllow vircaiwrs and bnteriw vill com
plete the 'di-corations wl.icfi are in cliargc
id Helen Smith. John Caliert, Malcolm
Latimer anil Frank FVId-n.
The inldins of M;s nivstll." Hsukin
to Harry E. Clark of Sedalia will take'Pcnd the veek-end villi .MNs Margant
place at the Fir-t Baptist Church tonight. illnin, its Missouri avenue. They
After tlie ceremony a reception will hi I HCrr a" ldini at UuiMian College last
In Id at the home cf Mrs. F. W. Brand, hear.
13)7, Parjum meet. " : I
- ' I The Kappa Alpha Theta sorroily en
Mr. and Mr. M. U Lipscomb, 2i)lilrtjinl the fiehintu of the -.rmiiv with
Mis. J. H, Dtincaii nf St. liuis re
turned lioiue tiMhiy after a tatsk'i. xiii
hith Ir. b. . SiuiiLr. 2i)J S.)iiih Ninth
Ihe Mplia Tau Omega fraternity Hill
enicttaiu the following guests at dinner
tomorioH: William llaney, F. F. Cil-
liam. Scott P. Niuires jnil W. T. Moore.
Mi-s Iluth Johnson and Faye Oierlesv,
ulio ar attending the UiiiiirsUy of
Oklahoma this year, armed todjy to
Paris road, lutp inied ,the Columbia
patients ami a lew Iitenrfs o Dr. hu
. -. I .? I r . i -
wjiii oauuiieis i,i
ting at the home of Sfiiilur and !rs. Ben
M. Allder.ll. S
i.f t. 1jiis. to an informal
'J to 11 ViIm L this even-
I The marriage of l Marvin" Mar
igarrt Cainpliell. daui.j'tcr of Mr. and
.Mrs. John 1'. Campbell d Doniplian. Mo,
to Albert D. SheppanP of Poplar Bluff,
Ma, took place Tueilay, Oct. 26 at the
home of tlie bride paritsriii T)onipluin.
iioth Mr. and Mr. ShOppard are gradu
ates of the Silio.il of ,Jiurilalhra. Mrs.
heppjrd is a member, of the Kappa
Kappa Caniuu soronrv. and .Mr. Shep
pard is a memlier of the Delta Tau Delta
fraternity. They v. ill he at home in Ver
ton, Tcias. ,
The Delta Tau Delta fraternity will
a Hallowe'en parly Thursday niglil.
Tlie nurses ai.d student niir&es .f Par
ker Memorial Ho-pital will give a Hal
loiie'eii ma-ipte and infotmal dance to
night at the nurses home. (00 South
Ninth jtrret. The house Hill lw ilei-orated
with leaves. cirntalks and other decora
rions nhicli will lend to the Hallnue'en
Miss Laura Cail BoHling. More's lioule.
ird. Hill entertain nitli a fancy dress
party from 5 to 7 o'clock Monday at I he
horse of her patents Mr. and Mrs. C C
Bowling. Hallowe'en decorations will be
tL-id. Autumn leaves will lie drajicd over
the doors and nindows adding a color
i:ote of brown and red. The guests will
be: Mies Flora and Helen Conlej,
Helena Wrench, Elizabeth Fsfcr, Mar
tha Ann Martin, Virginia Lee, June Mer
iam, Nell Henniger. Jean Hibbard. Vir-
'Brandt and Tullv N'eltleton nf the L'ni.
ierit nf OU.ihnmji.
... ..,, .,
Dbiner guests at the- Bfti' Tlieta Pj
house rurmay will ber 0. F. Muldrow.
F W. Fddelman. Ted C.lliert. J. M.
Hickey. 1). II. Ju!mton. W. . Potter,
M. W. Minpon. W.'lt'Haomi, V. V
Rogers C - Shoults and William Cul
len of the I nive r-itv of Oklahoma and
Ceorgc et, Kogers (iiitlenden. Arthur
Hughes Lye Nel-sin, Charles 1). Bobert-
DECLARES FOR HARDING
Tells 900 Overalled and Ging-
liamcd Subjects Tliat She
Henrietta Stewart, the 1021 Hanest
Queen. Hore her liair in the hohhed
manner. Her dress was of field blue
gingham, tied with a blue and while
sah in a big- how. Therefore, bobbed
liair and blue gingtiam was in favor at
ihe PJ() Uarnwarmiug of ihe Cidlege of
agriculture. Hindi Has lulil in Bothwell
Cyiiina'ium from five uiiuules after the
rlosing of the im.i nii-eling at ihe lllii-
virsity Auilitonuin last night until ilev.
i ii minutes after 1 i.'i lock this morning.
"I'm for Harding," announced the
ncwlxrowneil ,micn to her court.
which was meeting in the southwest cor
ner ol Ihe liarn between the second and
Ihird dances. "I feel like a million and
jou ran hardly Inld me." Then, as if
she had fouml a u-e for tier royal power,
""It may help if 1 d everyone who I'm
for, for President." Proving thai tier
course in Home Economics has taught
her other things besides how to keep
house and make her own coronation dress.
"She talks like a real ijueen." said a Pig
tail to an Overall.
down the ciiirrr.s tun wrT
At tUS o'clock the Overalls (most of
Ipeni w-re a washed blue this year) and
the lioMiei! Hair and the Pigtails began
walking around the rear of the Barn lo
nard the mammoth bed of coals nhere
Hciiues, apples, iiiarshnullows and Barn-
Harming conversation Here being toast
ed by the early comers a they .sat around
llie oen lire on bale of straw.
At 8:t0 o'clock the four hundred and
fifty Pigtails and Bobbed Hair, clad in
blue and white and calico and rags and
lags and overalls and sunbonnels were
giving little shrills of esrileinent as they
prepared to slide the chules into ihe
lasemcnt nf the Barn. All of ihem land
ed in the piles of hay at the bottom
Through a subterranean woodland,
tuch as is found nowhere in nature save
at a Barnwarming, the Overalls and the
roienual I'atclies ro.de their way to
Cftr' .'? &" Hi--
'il. .- ii ii eenier iinmeo.
we up and fell to the floor. Those
" wiinessct the accident are reported
lo have said that it was- the orchestra.
Someone put the 'possum lack to sleep
- -' "nr. iiie tirst nance went on
witliout a murmur above the siglu'ng of
the horns the singing of the fidille. the
staccato strumming of the open-face pi
ano and tlie accelerated looming of the
uruta-plo, the shuffling f., ,,. lmA.
red pairs of feei mu-,.. it. .t:-i t--
- . - -- J ,. i.r -II. KT-IIII
floor. . "1
Erangclital students are
Tlie program at the Broadway Melb.
odist Church tomorrow will be as follows:
Sunday School at 9:30; morning service
at 10:13. Tlie Ker. J. D. Randolph will
preach from the text, "Redeeming the
Times." Organ recital at 4 by H. II.
Loudenhack. assi'led b? the choir. Siu-.
rial program at ::0C by the Stedent Vol
unteer Band in which fureifn students
will appear in their native costumes and
till of the work in their countries
Froman will sing "Night Sinks on The
Way" and "Oh Jesos Thou Art Standing."
Christian Endeavor at 6:30, Miss Jessie
Harris leader. Mr. Tibbe will sing. At
the midwrek service Wednesday esenint.
7:30, more reports wilt be given of the I
convention in St. Louis Waller M- Hau-,
nting out for dinner, a.l.lir, ':
moonlight dances, id IsnnA..i ".i..
dusting of David Fette and his jiggers First Church of Christ. .Scientist.
the stories and imneroniiir.n ..f -r ,, I "Everlasiinn Pnnltt,mjni" :. ,1,. ...i.
ties" Burrus, the dance lateil a short i f ihe Sunday service at 11 a. ra.
ume longer, or until the moon was al:an,"y School, at 9:43 ocIocL Wednes.
nine aoove the liarn and the clocks sai.l
'lialf-pasl one," when the Pigtails and
the Bobbed Hair and the O.prstlc ..
home yawning in Ihrir faei.
AT THE CHURCHES
day evening meeting will begin at 3
St. Luke's .Methodist,
Sunday School at 9 JO o'clock. Preach,
ing services at II o'clock by the pa-lo'r.
D. J. MitilielL Subiecl: 'Negl.it "f
pworth League at 6-M o"ilnck.
Preaching enices by the pastor at 7:45.
Subject: "Grace lifted the mortgage.'
M.C.T.r. UliLItS JIllfK ELKCIIOX
The sertuis, at (lilvarv rimr.1. .........
row will be as follows: 7:30. Holy Com
munion; 0:ij Sunday School and at 11
morning prayer and sermon by iIk- rei-.
lor on tlioughts suggi-sred by All Saints'
Day. Monday, being All Saints Day.
there will be a edebration of the Holy
i-oromunion m Calvary Church at 9 a.
Wi, The students of Calvary congrega-l
tion are lo hold a Hallowe'en festival and
nance at the house of Prof. Sidney Cal-
veil on i-oucge avenue this evening. The
students' class will meet with the Sunday
School tomorrow as usual at 9:tj. The'
subject of the rector's talk will he "The
Opening Scenes of Our Iird's Ministry."
There will be open house as Usual at
S09 Rollins, slreel al .1 p. in. Sunday even,
ing for Episcopal Students
o'clock. The Christian Science reading i Particular Instruction.;
room in the Virginia Building is open v , ,
fr..m t e r i xi , , . . A oters on Atuendnicul
irom 3 lo j p. m. daily. The public is ,,
v..- .xi.o.,1 ai -Jiiii a. i Mi,,rt cr,ur-
men are invited to join tl,e tiudeni class.
es. Morning worship al 10:J5 o'rliL
Serin..ii: "The Christian Conception of
Heaven," by Walter I. Haushalter. Tlie
juartet will sing "Oh lu.nl Tliou Art My
5frtnwtli f!ii- PA I.. If... ti
-. ft.. ,.,- ttanvr IJU4UIJ1I Hill
fif a irjlin il. K.nmiK uorvJup al
:30 ocIocL, imnn: "Thr Moral Nuej
if ihe Klcctton. A bcM from Chr!.!
un College under llw direct wm of Mrs. j pon.
( ieirnuy ar.i vif ua wiore "r
Luy day at the W. C T. Ii. lieadqiuil-rr-f.
?(Vi tt'rtl Ilrta.lwjy. They are roii-
iduriiiin inoi L tlt-ciiMii frcm 2 nUcV. li
z ochMk. tvf-ry afirriHMiiu Tli-y luv
judge aiul tlrtV jiM ihe jhv a al
ihr rrpul.ir eItvtHn.
Iitrurtinns arr hclnc fien all the
r-ropo-iihiii that ar- t Jh- led ujin.
But, nwre (lartiruLail) nn Amendmfnl 1.1.
rhJp a I Miwmri dry rnturcement lau.
A retzular merlins nf the v. C, 1. li-
vill he held at 2 o'clock Momby after-
Tli.'tl's a Sunday afternoon nuesl
lion among students that is al
tnii'st as important a "Wltere do
. Flist BaplM.
lbhle Scli.! at 9J0. Classes fr n
eryboily. Preaihing jt 10:43 o'.Uk by
the pa-tor. the Rev. T. W. Young. Sub-
eci. -ine 1 luril Commandment Tlie
Habit of Swearing."
Senior and Intermediate Voung Peo
ples Union al 650. The Rev. Solomon
Cinshurg will give a stereoptican lecture
on Brazil at 7:.T0 i.'cliKk.
PICTURES OF THK
entertain the followingtrweek-end guests:
Freeman Scott of Rearfvlo, and Joseph , ginia and Bernjce Mc.Vlester.
floor of the Barn.
No music. The canopy ol Irost-tinged
t.ci.,i. "i.' .1 i. r i si:i Iohw hung motionless above the heads
of the Pigtails and their tenners. In
the loft, at the north end of the barn
at the orchestra, clad in brand new
cveralls. The lights, sheathed in com
huk. dimmed and brightened. Tht
jars of cider Iiad few admirers this early.
Down at the south end rf llie Rani ihe
crowd was packed around the fool of
llie dias and empty throne.
At K:IS o'clock Dean K. H. Muniford
stood al ihe wrt approarh to the throne
Ii - ' Oueen Elm Henrietta at t'other. At her
i Mr-. Turner (ordon entertained wituirlbow her tonort, ('Juries Brown, wh
. .e theater n.irl for Mr Kml flih-ll. of i nrrml I.isf tiitnnl, imnArtm.H !.i. l..
)Is Angeles CaL, wlm is visiting Mrs. " bobbeil hair and reminded her that he
Charles Hale. Iiefrchmenls were served had the first dance. "Bill" Angle, pre-
afterwards at th. Cordon Cafe. The sident of the Ag Club, iuraned un to the
" ...s.i.cii. ivaiociiiic t . . .
1 Miller. Caroline Parks. Martha Cilliam,!"1 f ' s,r" up "' on, ,ne dance
Margaret Terrell. Masme Allen, Anne
Lee Prather. Mabel Cotton. Pcail ,
'srhwalie, Sarah ami JIary Conlev. 3Iil-
dred ChamUer, Ro-alind McPherson and
Virginia and Miss Keith and Mrs. Kitk
Dr. and Mrs. J. K. Thornton will en
tertain Dr. Edward Saunders at dinner
this evening at llie Djniel ISoonc Tavern.
Mr. and ,Mi. Berry McAlesitr will en
trrtani Or. Kdwar.l Saunders at dinner
Tuesilay evening .
Sunday Sclion al 9:30. .Preaching
.crvices by llie Rev. S, It. Ilraden at
11:15 o'clock. Evening services at 7:30.
The Reverend Braden will preadu
The Sunday ScIkmiI has clas-cs for
Services VviU be conducted by the Rev.
A. L. Crewe of Boonville Sunday at 7:30
?. ra. at the Episcopal Church. A re
ception for Lutheran and Evangelical
students will be given Monday evening
it the; honft-ef Mieses Olga and Lauretle
Hothchild,02 South William street. All
Ags and Engineers!
Who's going to win the
campaign . .
May we ansucr them both bv
suggesting the "caf with supper
.'hours from 5:30 to 6:45, of
mlr ? ,i. rn ? i
icnng me luiiowing menu,
Asparagus on toasi .06?!
Ma'.lied Potaliits 04
C.J r in ?
sjuiiiiiiu oimiiriir ..,; ,1V v
Chicken Sandwich 10!
Rll-pil Annln lfi'?fe;1
rr . . .n m
noi iocoa u jsa
"On tlie University Campus'
We expect to have a full assortment of alliinds of
picturo of the game today between Missouri and Okla
homa. You will be able to get these pictures tonight and
Sunday. We are open Sunday and will Mijiply you with
lhe.se piclurrs and your Kodak need.
I (.ucsls were: Mrs. W. T. Anderson, Mrs.
Iiirrcnur. .itrs. . v. .loovr, .virs. rsaic
(xrdey, Mrs. Alexander Martin, Misses
Lmma and Mi Ha Strawn. Mrs. J. C
second slcp of the dias blew his whistle I
and announced the election of the soon
to-lie-crowned ruler. Tlie Pigtails Bob-I
bed flair and Overalls opened then I
Jones, Mis3 Laura Matthewr-, Miss Pearle, mouths and cheered earnestly. "Bill'
Mitchell, Mrs. E. E. Evans'Mrs. Charfes, Angle stepped down. The coronation be
Hile and Mrs. IJrl OdelL jgan.
THE QttEs, lPOV T)IE TiinONE
Joe Janousek Art Sho)
Airs. It. H. Cray. 1111 University-
avenue, entertained with an informal din
tier turtv last niidit for Airs. Earl Odell
m.1 1 .lw n rr ATia bh.i ta tl.A rnl ..r 1 rs
VI O.- IkllVll Hll'l 1 BUS Sd fc III H
Qurles Hale, and .Mrs. W. I'. Svlvestcr
of Los Angiies wlm is lier house, guest.
The othir guests were: Mrs. George
Evais Mrs. Eula Alexander, Mrs. Clurles
Hale and Mrs. F. W. Niedermeyer.
Reil Cross s-rvice affords relief, readv,
effective care of the sick, instruction in
hviene. enii.uragemcnt to the ilisheart
mcd. D.rfN n,it rvrrvb.Hly wi-h to help?
From the east came llie uncrowned
queen, clambering up the steps of stravr
to the chair of-yellow and red corn. From
the west came Dean Mumfor.L The
queen al upon tin- throne. The dran
made a little spcudl In the etfect tliat
poies use.1 to crown Harvest Queen 1ml
that, lately, deans were more in favor.
He pui the crown of flowers, berries and
leaves upon rile Queen's dark liair, 3
Rj-hlight glared, nine hundred Barn.
warmer jumped with nervousness ihe
queen unselllriL her crown, re-arranged
it comfortably, smiled sincerely and with
dazzling iffect right at the spotlight
then Ihe orci'jitra rose lo demand at.
tcntion. They pushed air through their
horns in the "I m a Son of Old Mizzou
tunc; the Dean helped the Queen down
tlie front stens of her throne, the rrand
'march from the south end of the ham
'to the north end of the barn was on.
I Queen Henrietta's nint hundred overalled
and gingliamed ubjects swirled into line
All the lights were on. The orchestra
it-lf interrupted the song about Mizzou.
The trombone memb-r put up a Number
One on the edge of the loft. His broth
ers of tlie bars took a breath; the Pig
tails Bobbed Hair arid Overalls look a
Lreatli, individually and collectively.
. THEN l-.MIt 1:30 A. M
A moment later one of the two nos-
Why a Groceteria?
Because the vast territory
south -of Academic Hall has a
greater and more immediate
need than any downtown store
can possibly satisfy.
Place your order jut
"around the comer"
Groceteria and Lunch Room
"Where Tigers Eat"
: REPAIR SHOES
(First class woikmanship and
prompt service guaranteed.
Work called for and delivered
without extra charge.
,310 Broadway Pjione 315 !
Shoe Repairing System s;
Columbia, Mo. . ;
That Waste Material
lias Money in it
We pay Highest Prices
Chicago Iron and
For Insurance That". !
Insures - ?.
SMITH & CATRON. '
REALTY CO. 4
Tires and Tubes
Having sold out our lire and accessory business at Cof
feywlle, Kansas, we hae a few tires and tubes left tha't we
will sell below cost. If you need any of the following, you
' can buy a real bargain. One Ford touring car.
LEARN TO DANCE
Private Lessons By Appointment Only
Tliat Keep Time
Finest Swiss and American
Makes of Watches.
Our Watches arc Made for
the Future. They Last for
813 Broadway ,
1 35xlJ4 lininswlck Tire.
3 30x3& Brunswick Tires.
130x3 Brunswick Tire.
2 30X31, Tubes.
3 33x4 Flaps.
Tiger Taxicab Company
Dance and Party Calls a Specialty
Day and Night Service All Big New' Cars;
Dlowout Iwots coil protectors for Fords, light globes,
switches and various olher articles in the accessory line.
If Vou are in need of any. of this you can buy a real liar
gain while it last. See pic or phone 1110-White.
T. N. KURTZ
JACK DAILY'S SERVICE
' . Su'ts Matte-to-Measure
Cleaning Pressing Altering
Boone Co. Nil. Bank Bldg. 8th St Entrtace
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