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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAK. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 27, 1920
?, (". J?''.'.'y '""' " yea tee nicj ial fri 0 inter.
rrfMCotomitoajiifjAet'uwMify.iAe.Uijjoan-.CT appreciate it if you ictfl
tell Mut Vtctt by telephone, A'o. 274, between 11 o'cfocfc end noon, each day.
The romance language department of room ra .lw-nrvi.,1 in ih'unnVniW
the Unnwit cave a studio tea for Mis rose anil while. The pillars of the nan-'Thanksgiving. Dr. Nove said that there.an excellent program. The meeting nill
more or le serious, but repeated en. I vice will be
farewell ,10 Newton T.im 7:J0 oclttk. TJierevitill also h tun.
couragement by member of the staff to J Gotuchall, who n to tail on December j tisrrul and ordination service. Every
have s.tudenu attend to the slightest ills (7, for Java. Several talk and appropriate one. Is cordiilly invited to these errices.
lias Hone much to remedy this state ol music ul constitute the program, fcp- Waller a'. Hatuhaltrr. minister
The hospital staff has compjetrd the
examination of all girls who are new
student, in the Unierity. The boys
will be vaccinated and examined after
worth League will be lead by IWen Bow. t
man. rWerjen Invited. One hour off
good talks, music and readings, and a I
social ten minutes. Intermediate League
comprising all high school people offers !
Frawcs UIlner. formerly a teacher ini tel were covered with lands of erepe pa-.are 1200 n
ihis department. Refreshments were! per and a decorative design covered thelamined thi;
erven, ceiling, extending from the center of tlie
,. ,., . o " , . , . , 'win to the rornera and sides. Tie nil
The Mi'sionar) Society of the rjiri. I .; .... , , . ... ,, ,, .
rl .1 :)1 . ! win wo urvuimcii mm .. i. ana
JOB VJiu" - " a .i.i-r lea IKH V I ,,.1,-
Friday afternoon at tlie Imme ol Mrs. W.
R Palmer. riOTi South Fifth !trc L
lr. and Mrs. Berry McAleier, East
llinkson. entertained Thursday evening
with a dinner part). Tlie out-of.tbvtn
guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mur.
pbj of St- Louis, Mr. and Mrs. Harry j
Broadhcad of it, Joseph, Mrs. diaries
FarMi of St. Joseph, Air. and Mrs. Hen
ry Ess of Kansas Citv. Vr.'and Mrs. Tom
Drsart of St. Louis Mr. and Mrs. John
U Johnson of St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Orbilt of St. Louis. Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney Overall of St. Louis Mr.
and Mrs L-nii Seeord of St. I mis. Miss
Catherine Hock of Webster Groves. Mr.
and Mrs Roy Drum of Fort Smith, ArL,
ir. and Mrs. Robert F-slill of Estill, Mn.
"Mrs. Charles Mi Gregory of Washington,
p. C Dr. Harr) Smile of TexarLanta,
Texas, Mr. and Airs. Ernest Davidson
f Kan-a Cit, Mr. and Mrs. James
One side- of the ceiling
1 was covered with twisted bands of red
new students in all to be ex-
Under tbe new sjstem adopted this
terra by the staff It takes a great deal
longer to complete the physical examina
tions required by the I'nitersity tlian
be lead by J. T. Mc.Mullen, president of j
the League A vesper Organ Recital will
be giien at llir church at 4:00 p. m. by
Prof. Henry II. Loudenbark assisted by
Miss Anna Froman and the Christian
j under Ire system previously used- Furm-
and blue and one side with old gold and i. ,i, .."j,,a -.,,:l t u. Presbyterian.
black. Folds of the color, wm draped "' " T ,"7 e"m n '" Ur" , Preaching at 10:15 a. nv the Rev. S.
over the drop light The dining Zm """""i " ' .!!. hM j. ,,. Y -5
was dccoraie.1 with old gold and 1 black. '"l f" ?"" "rh '' ,c 5unda, S.)sv,I at 9:30 a. m. w.ii. clas-es
A regulation football tied wiih M. V. "TT-ii
colors which was placed on a siher trayl"ch """"''"l-
and'embanVed with fruit was the center-i Tlf ciflfl "av,n f"r exPd,,in'!
piece for the serving table. Twisted rib-.examinations in former ears was tbt
lions extending from the two drop lights I desire to. elinjiiule the p'lj-ically de
were caught up under the tray. The col. fectite early in the term. This has beet
in the refro&mcnt corsc. There vrre'rcconU show that nearly all th unfi j
M-lTntt ruMEta ItfijIW ill lir.lf.J Tit In Pirrv nn I !- clu.l . .-L- l.uita. J
dianeron. we... Mis PI;I.mI. I1..J. ' of l.,:i ,i:..i.:i:.. ,i it. ,. "ilile school meets at 9-M a clock.
a - --t -.. . ..ws ... -. -uj-iui uisii.iiuj suiuutai 11 j ittri
Mrs Friileriik Dunlap. Jrs J. L. Mer-' themsehrs for examination before tin
lam, Mrs. I- . Duiius Jr. -Mis Qiarles tinw they would lie called for .exaraina j
A. KHwood and Mrs t.nirge Sabine. ' lioh. This is tspeeiall trua in tlie casei
ine nui-i-iwn gucsis were: vnsse, or tim. fuuj.t ,0 , rfqUirfm.nt
Lucy and Ann Morton of Piatt Ct.imilitaj.
rauc joruon 01 ol. joei.n, .ian xseii
Bible School at 9:30 o'clock. Classes
for eteryboily. Special classes for stu
dents. Preaching at 10:45 by the Rer,
T. W. Young, pastor. Subject: "Ability
end Answerability." Senior and Inter
mediate Young People's Union at 6:30
The chorus choir, under the direction ot
Sliis Smith and Mrs. Shy of Stephens
College, will gie a song service at 7:30.
The annual every-member canvass for
the church raise the budget for next
ear will liepin in the afternoon at 1 JO.
First Church of Christ, Scientist.
"Ancient and Modem Necromancy,
Alias Mesmerism and Hypnotism. De-The subject of tho rector's ,ialt to the
nounced" Is the soEJect of tho Sunday fadents cbas ia to be: The ??Call
senice at 11 a. m. Srmdar school at
9:45 oVIocJl, WeJnesday eveninjl meet
ing will begin at 3 o'clock. The Chris
tian Science reading room In the Vir
ginia Building is' open from 3 to S p.
m. daily. The public is invited.
or eicry one. ,
Services will be conducte.1 at 7:30
Vclock Sunday night at the Episcopal
liurcn by Mr, Ililperl. a student of
Soulner of St, Joseph. Montelle Dietrich '
s . r c. i..:. si, 1 i ' ol "cosier oroves 1rg1ma .icv.iure 01 .
Urence Dors of Te'xarUnia. Texas , ;VC,U'IV,.Ki'."MT- ! a
Mi., Etbel Wilder of Jacksonville, Ill""P- 'P"10'!: L"" .P..ckso o St,
,, , ,, rt T..i.:. T.... Loia. .Mary Veer of hirkulle, Helen 1
Mrs J. I. Heed ot lexarkania lexas1,. .. V. r 1 , ,
,, 1 -., r. 1 r..- . , v. Hussell of Ca;e Girardeau, Katbenne
Air. and Mrs. hred Hearing ol New . , . ' , , .
1-1 j vi. .J Mr. i.,t.:, n,. . CanlweJI of .New Florence. Ikrlha Lee
tcrk. and Mr. and .Mrs, Maclur Dor-..' , ,. -f .. . . ., . .
L of Texarkana. Texas The town1 "fvt. MjyK sn,i K,h'n-
g7e. w.re: Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Miller. 9,I1,X "f m
Dean and Mrs J. P. McBaine, Mr. and '!;. idH) atl) Frances Mitchell,'
Frank Rollins Dr. and Mtx Duitlcy f , fx fK 150
Conley, S11I110 Rollins, Mr. and .Mrs,
Till Conlr. C I!. Rollins Jr. Miss Jul-1 jIt,. curJev Smitlu -Rollins street and
iet Rowling. Wiinam ll.wling. Mr. and pro,id,ncc road, cnteriaine.1 t,i. after.
Mrs T. Kent Uatron, lr. an.l .Mrs. . ,, ... f
U'iltiam Major of Ithaca, New York.
1 Hiere are special classes for college stn-
lents. .Morning senice is at 10:45'
iVIfick. Sermon, "The Second Advent ,
if Christ," Solo by Mrs W. R. .Nelson
.f Kansas Gl, "Come ie Blessed." The1
iuartet wHI sing "Prepare Ye the fay of '
he Lord." Evening service is at 7:30'
"clock. Sermon, "Tlie Servant in the
1 1 The i'jartet will sing. "God Is Love."'
Broadway Methodist 5"""r, "'' iun,ior, ""u Ea,Jef0"
Sunday Sch, ha, now provision for ' meft . 6:30.,?C,IoC.1: T.hf 8,eCi " ,1,e
.Mi Aiiu 1 1 Jcuion Mill Ix Iniinns Monei from
eeitraj college and uimersily classes anc .. ., . ,-. . , U .rT i
. .. . c Home Mifxs-mn Reld. fltcre will he
v.wuit- u -iuiiriu. uuicinu ivom ( f...- .:- M-.l-,t..
uidivi 11 im 11 1 11 oil nn rt j
AT THE CHURCHES
and goml organization for all others whe 1
' wish to attii.i. fmod orchestra rauk
and inlcriling programs Morning wor
tship at 10:45. The nasmi will tirearh
"ifrom the theme: "The Cltristians Alter.
' native." Special mu'ie. Tlio evening sec
Charles Diggcs Mr. and Mrs Ham S.
KUL Will Gartlu Barton Robnett and
fliere were sixteen guests
W Tlioraton and J. M. Gillner of
Mis, Juliet Bowling and W. f. HlW-'TuI. OLIl- luvr- relnrned borne aflrr
ling entertained with j 1 o'clock lunch-1 ,p,n.ling the Tlianksgiving liolidavs with
eon Thursda. Tlie outof-town guests
were: Mr. and Mrs Robert Estill of Es
lilL Mis-oufi, Mr. and Mrs Roy Drum
of Fort Smith, Arkansas. Mrs Qiarles
McGirvry ...f Wasliingtnn, D. C, Mrs
John Rhodes of llutrliiiis.nl. Kansas. Mr.
and Mrs LawTencc Dorsev. of Texark.
ana. Tex. Mrs llenr
Sir. ThorntonV parents. .Dr. an.l Mrs
J. E. Thornton. 301 I lit t street.
Mr. and Mrs. Ccnrgc'kVlir. 317 South
Fifth street will entertain this evening '
wiih a dinner part for Mr. and Mrs 1
Gray E. Spargo of St. Loui and Dr. J. I
Ess of Kansas A. Chennweth ofJoplin. '
Gt, Girard Blair of Kansa, Cit. Mr. . . C,
and Mrs Lynn Seeord of. St. Louis ilr.NORES,TffDEtTS AR
and Mrs Frank .Mitchell of Kansas Qty, - 'RECEIVING HOSPITAL '
lutrJ'AeX TREATMENT TIUEAR,
Mr. and Mrs Nel-oii B..ir-'of Kansai ( MtrV: Ifudenls arc applsingl for trrat
Gl, Mr and Mrs Tuoous Mmrli "fj&.'itt afPaiker Miru.nal.lbwpiul.llun
t. Iinis Mr. and Mrs James Carpen-,rr l,,rnre. according to Dn Gu L.
ter of Sl l.nuis Mr. and Mrs Arthur Xo, rha.rman ..f the studerit hmlili
Corbilt of St. Juiis AU Catlsmnc rvk friviceZ-ln Wroer )ears it h'js been
ol Webster Groves, Mr. and Mrs John a drauliik t. the service Uut many
L. John 1 of i.L Uiuis. Mr. and Mrs v,uld not ines?m Vlicmsclrct, 'for mn-!
Sidney Overall of St. Louis Mr. anA,utatinn units their conditio', were
Mr Earnest Davidson of Kansas' Cily, 1
.Mr. Randolph Davis of St. Joseph, Ed
Grant of t. Joseph, Mrs J, II. Reed of
Texarkana. Tet. Miss Ellul Svke, Mis
Flhrl Milder of Jacksonville, lit. and Dr.
Harry Smiley, of Texarkana. Tex.
A CAR OF FINE
PHONE YOUR GROCER
Suits tailored as decreed
I)' the latest fashions arc to
he obtained from us.
Accuralencss and exact
less in measure and fit help
make our tailored suits of
And our prices are as
low as is consistent with ex
The Only Ladies Tailor Between
St. 1mis and Kansas Gly.
TOO LAtK TO CLASSIFY
i- """ ' overcoat which was taJ.cn by mistake at '
I - ' e.o 5. n Kenneth Cunningliam ot;milcr in aiemc Hall Thursday niglitj
TAKEN Bi MISTAKE-Owner Of
overcoat which was taken by mistake at
may obtain same by calling at 720 Mis
souri Avenue and paying for this ad
518 College entertained twelve guests at
six o clock dinner Thursday evening.
George Hone, and W. S. Hone return.
e! yesterdav to Jefferson Gty after spend- J LOST-At mixer in Academic Hall
ing the da with Mrs Kenneth Cunning- Thursday night brown overcoat with
n,m- 1 belt. Finder pleae return to 720 Mis.
souri Avenue or phone 1031 O.
d J. j
Helen M. Richards
Two years' teaching in
Normal Department of
New England Conserva
tory, Boston, Mass.
Phone 1257 Black
Dinner guests at the Delta Delta De-
1a house Thursday night were: Mr. and j
Mrs Robert Bridges Mr. and Mr.. liar-'
vey Yantis Mrs E. H. Peabod), Claud
Kelsey, C E. Mathews, Marv Magee and V
Bs Howard. '
Mrs E. H. Peabody left Thursday j
xight for Kansas Gty. She has been the
gue-t of her daughter. Miss Margeriei
Peabod), at the Delta Delta Delta house '
for the last few day's.
Mis. Lela Gross of Cameron, arrived ,
yesterday to spend the week-end with her '
sister, Mis Lucile Gross at the Delta
Delta Delta bou-e.
Selling your Magazines
Phone 392 Will Call
Klass Com. Co.
( REPAIR SHOES
First class workmanship and!
prompt service guaranteed, r
iVork called for and delivered t
without extra charge.
;810 Broadway Phone 315'
Mrs II. M. Belden entertained Iat
hight with an informal dance at the Phi
Mu sorority for the members pledges '
alumnae and ut-of town guests The re
ception ball was decorated with gold and
black. The ceiling was covered with J
the border of the room. The chapter
x. the ceiling was covered witnt
led stripe, of black and gold crepej
r, extending from the drop light to
Warming relief for
HE'S just used Sloan's
Liniment and the quick 1
comfort had brought c. smile
of pleasure tn his face.
(Jood for aches resulting
from weather exposure.
fciTaius, ftrainj, tame oacK,
overworked muscles . nt
trJ.t v." ul tub m All
druggists have iL
Is our and tomorrow it trill
be possible to find places for
most oj our-Jriepds ulio. ap
preciate the comfort of the
Boolli of Romance and the
quality of. Harris' service.
The Kindly recognition on the
part of students and Colum
bians alike of the impossibil
ity of serving all uho natur
ally souglu Columbia's better
and different eating place is
Millard & Sissoii
Columbia, Mo. ,
For Insurance That
SMITH & CATRON
That Waste Material
has Money in it
We pay Highest Prices
Chicago Iron aiid
l3 ' mi
The services at Calvary Cinrtli tomor.
row will be at follows: 7:20, holy com
munion; 9:45, Sunday School: 11. morn-
ing prayer and scnaoa by the rector. To
morrow being the First Sunday In Ad
service will be held for all tlie male com
municants of Calvary tongregatlon. It
is hoped there will be a food attendance.
Prem MiM.trr of Christ." The ib-
Ijm r it, .hmm i tit 11 o'clock serr-
loe wUl ,be "The Advent of Christ and
the Teachings of. Astronomy." suggecJ
ty the lecture of Doctor Curtis Tire
usual open house for Episcopal students ,
will be teld at 809 Rollins at 5 pxra.
Tuesday, which is St. Andrew's Day.,
there Wdl be a celebration of the Holr
Communion at 9 a. m.
r,L. , hiuw. u my ivsiui. o-
row being the First Sunday In Ad-' . T'
and the beginning of the church JOllIlStOll ijIOS.
, a corporate communion at the 7:30 1 v vrxxxxw . a -r.
I Mon., Tues., Nov. 29-30
tQ DVANCE IN PRICES FOR THIS
A drama of Flaming Pas
sion Along the Border Line
When two men
fight about a
AND ONE IS A RED-BLOODED AMERICAN
AND THE OTHER A WARM-BLOODED
MEXICAN AND THE GIRL HALF AMERICAN
AND HALF MEXICAN.
THERE'S A CLASH OFWILLS!
YOU'LL CLUTCH YOUR SEAT WHEN YOU
SEE THE WILD-RIDING DOUBLE-BARRELED
BORDER RAID! "RIO GRANDE" WILL
WEDDING RING -
Getting a Dollar's Worth
There is a business firm in the South
that enclosed a crisp, new one-dollar bill
in their circular letters to show tltqir
sincerity and confidence in their projJosi
tion. They considered it worth the money
to get their readers to give serious atten
tion to their letters.
Jf thev were willing to pay that much''
" just to get people to read their letters
the believed In the value of circular let
ters. And they continued to spend money
that way because it got results.
, Circular letters bring you in touch
with peciple who would be impossible, to
reach in an other riianner and give you
, an opportunity to tpeak to them indi-
idually. They judge you by the letters
jou write. They will draw business in
proitortion to the amount of time and
effort that is exj.ended in their writing
t is part of our business to write and
print business letters may "wc consult
with you? - -":
HERALD - STATESMAN
Virginia Rldg., Dottuslairs Phone 01
. JACK DAILY'S SERVICE
, Suits Made-to-Measurc ; i j
Cleaning Pressing Altering j
Phone 13 f
Boone Co. NtT. Bank Bldg- 8th St. Entrance fl
j LEARN TO DANCE 1
1 Private Lessons By Appointment Only
1 2 ZZ Eaaaaaaalaii
The Famous Shoe Shiner at the
Tiger Barber Shop
Will Shine Shoes on Sunday
From now on we expect to stay open on Sundays
"Henry Shines on Sunday"
III 4?S5?fSs. I
Every ounce of HP Flour Is real flour rich In food
valuo and uniform in quality.
Our selection of only the best wheat raised in Boom
County and our system of mill ing make's possible the mast
facture of this supremely satisfactory flour.
. "HP Satisfaction" for sale by all grocers or call No.i9
Boone County Milling and Elevator Co.
Makers of Red Ring Feeds.
Fill j-our Fontaln Fen with
Stafford's Ink and torzet It.
No Ingulf with your fountain
I1 wlicn it's loaded with bril
liant Stafford's Fonntaln Pen
A unifoim, MeaJy Govt alwaja
It never tlida, euros or rlof i
tbc toj roint or barrt).
"foe scejrt ii in tie clvesucal
formula which has 'marie Sul
fonic finron as
"The Ink that Absorbs Moisture from the Air." j?
Your fonntain pen is 3 drlicalelf
adjn5tel instnuaeot. Mrnt inks
are too lwavjr, ton tnupy to flow
iraootU)' throogh tho point tscarw
mniL Stafford Foantaln Pen Isle
ia made for jrut that particular
purpore- 5It rrrry sutioarr neDs
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1058, 60WOT Vishington St, New
York Chica Office: 62 MT
tie St; Canadian OSce: 9 Dfv
port Road, Toronto. Mai,-rf'
StaffonTf Ink and Wrilra Imf
Pbatu liquid Patte, Trpe,
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