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THE COLUMBIA' EVENING MJSSOURIAN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1920
Miss Ella jr.,,, .i. .J.tn II roii have neus social events of inter.
' est ( Columbia and the University, tie Uusounan toll appreciate it tj you iH
V tali Mist Pratt by telephone. No. 274, bctueen 11 o'deei and noon, each day.
- ftothvrell Cymfiasiura Is being turned
ijinto a flower garden for the party to be
gSi'ea there by Montr Board, honorary
' aenior vromans tociety, tomorrow after
Tnoan, from 3 to 5:30 o'clock. Trellises
covered trith rosea and flowering vines
re being placed around the walls, mai
ling arbors nnder which little tables will
"be set. A white picket fence will mark
off the dancing space.
iTood will be served by members of
'Mortar Board during the afternoon. Miss
Eva Johnston will be the cashier of the
establishment and Miss Helen Gath, di-
"rectt-r of women's athletics, will be floor
-manager and supervisor of the dancing.
Special dances will h riven br Misses
' Mona Brown, Laura Cox, Ruth Higgan
bottam, Evelyn Voss, Vera Hilfer and
Mrs. Ilaiel Newman.
The girls of the freshman class will
t- attend the party in a body, wearing
v "Ilrht-colored oraandie dresses and hats.
-Tbey have been helping Mortar Board
P decorate the gymnasium.
tickets will be cold at the door. Tee
price of admission is IS cents, and the
proceeds will be used in advertising the
need of a woman's building here.
The freshmen of the Delta Gamma
aorority will entertain from 8 to U
o'clock tomorrow morning with a break
fast dance for the upper-classmen. All
of the decorations will be in black and
white. Lattice work, in the color scheme
will be used, with black spiders and
spider webs covering it. Black aw
white balloons will be given as favors.
A black and white note will be carried
out in the confetti.
webs used on the lattice work will be
made of jam and wool. The freshmen
will entertain the guests ith a stunt
and an original freshman song. Miss
Evalyn Voss will give a solo dance and
Miss Elizabeth Weeks will sing. The
table decorations will be in the same
color scheme. The only out-of-town
guest will be Miss Mabel Clarke of But
ler. There will be 104 guests.
and New York City. They will return to
their home in Jophn.
The Knitting Club will meet next week
Kith Mrs. I. 0. Hockaday, 505 Rollins
The Program J'ageant which was giv
en last Tuesday afternoon for the Tues
day and Fortnightly Clubs and their
guests will be repeated at 7:30 o'clock
Monday evening in the Christian Col
lege Auditorium. The pageant will be
raven nnder the auspices ot the Chris
tian College Club.
The Association of Collegiate Alumnae
till meet at 3:30 o'clock Tedneday af
ternoon at the home of Miss Minnie Bra-
shear. 505 South Fourth street. Mrs. A.
Ross Hill will pile a talk on Waldo
Frank's book, Our America.
The freshmen of the Chi Omega so
rority entertained the actite members,
from 8 to 10:30 o'clock last night mth
a formal Danqnet at the Darnel Uoone
Tavern. The decorations were in cardi
nal and straw, the sorority colors, and
red roses. Siher candlesticks were giv
en as favors. Eight freshmen gave a
stunt after the dinner. There were thir
tysix guests. Miss Julia Dale chape
The pledges of the Kappa Alpha fra
temity will entertain with a dinner party
at the chapter house tonight. About
twelve couples will be present.
The members of the Kappa Kappa
Mrs. J. C Jones, 1323 Wilson avenue,
will entertain at 8 o'clock this evening
with an informal evening party for Miss
Louise Hechinger of liew xork and Miss
Retta Lengsfield of New Orleans, La.,
who are the house guests of Dean and
Mrs. Isidor Loeb, Providence roaiu,
The Presbyterian Church will be at
home at 8 o'clock tonight to all students
of the University, Stephens College and
The alumnae and Stephens College
Club will meet at 4 o'clock Monday aft
ernoon in the Stephens College parlors.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bassett, Dumas
apartments, will leave for Chicago where
they will remain until after the Christ
Misses Katherine Hillix of Weston re
turned borne yesterday after a visit at
the Phi Mu house. Misses Ann and
Ruth Morton of Plan Gty, who have
spent the last week at the Phi Mu hot-
returned home this morning.
The spiders and '
mil cc-uu& itu luiuui viiiatuuas
dinner party at the Daniel Boone Tav
ern. The dining room will be decorated
with Christmas trees, holly and imitation
snow. The chaperons will be: Miss Mar
garet Mdler, Mrs. DangerSeld, Mrs.
Bella Kirkbride, Miss Maude Gwinn,
Miss Eva Johnston and Mrs. Margaret
Chamberlain. The out-of town guests will
be: Miss Frances Royster of Inde
pendence, Miss Frances Brinkley of Kan
sas Gty, Miss Teresa Wilson of Lexing.
ton and Mrs. Fred B. Jenkins of Kansas
Gty. There will be 200 guests.
six pairs of wiiys
IN STEPHENS COLLEGE;
ALL IN JUNIOR CLASS
Six pairs bf twins in a group of 500
girls, and all of them in the junior class
is the situation at Stephens College this
term. Light twins and daik twins, plump,
twins and slender twins, but always,
dark or light, plump or slender, in parts
they can be found at this college.
It does not feel any more queer to be
alays with your twin than it Mould to
be with an ordinary sister, according to
one of the sets.
"Sometimes we are mistaken for each
other," another twin declared, ""but we
are used to that. You see, e have
looked alike for seventeen years now."
One of the nicest things about being a
win, every pair agreed, is being able to
near each others clothes. And the
hardest thing, one girl remarked, looking
it her counterpart out of the corner of
ter eje, is always being together, never
being able to do an) tiling by one's self.
"We don't even get a surprise in the
vay of a roommate, for, of course, peo
ple always think we must not be separat
ed. Well, I'd-like it for a change."
Two of the pairs dress alike. Tmo. of
them hate similar clothes, but vary the
monotony of a twin's bfe by wearing
clothes different from the other. One
set absolutely refuses to be similar to each
Mher in the matter of costuming.
The twins are: Mises Velma and
Ihelma Bishop, Jewel and Jewett Trip
lett, Frances and Emily McGuire, Velma
and Zelma Meredith, Caroline and Anna
bel Stipe, and Ann and Nancy Clemens,
To Speck on "Defense of Ignorance."
Dean Walter Williams' BJble class top
ic for Sunday norrung will be In De
fense of Ignorance." The meeting "Mill
be held at the Broadway Odeon aid start
nromntly at 9-45 o'clock. All are cor.
.linllv invited to attend .the class which
is held under the auspices of the Pres.by-j
terian iunaay scnooi.
SCIENCE TEACHER WANTED.
, Missouri high school needs 'teacher of
physics, biology and ogricultur'e'al $150
a month. Ideal Teachers' Exchange, 714
Scpir 9 pounds for $1.00.
Read the raerchandMng story on page
Select your Christmas furs from a
$20,000 stock, of the m-st furs to be
obtained. Call at' room 505 of the Daniel
Boone Ta.ern before 9.30 o'clock to
morrow night. adv.
Fresh Mixed Nuts 35c pound. Kasli
& Karry Crocery. t adv.
I-.rn the facts about prices. Head
the Estes merchandising story on- page
The Home of the Monticello Coffee
50c pound. Kah & Karry Grocery, adv.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
The pork priixs offered now at Helzlers
aire the lowest m the stale for pork from
the choicest yiiung Boone County hogs,
and the quality is guaranteed to be the
highest obtainable. Of 500 hofs brought
to the toujards by the farmers
J Je triers -selects about 50 or CO thus ob-
Etery farmer and shipper knows about
tins demand for quality and they are
gien their pick of the'best.
In addition to the bargain's in pork
Hetxlers are offering low prices on choice
home-killed spring lamb.
Breast of lamb '. :10c lb
Lamb shoulder , 15c lb
Leg of lamb ,.20c lb
Rib and loin lamb chops 20c, lb
"WHERE QUALITY AND SMTA
TION KEICN SUPREME." adv.
WANTED Boy to attend
Room furnished. Call 131J.
Mr. and Mrs. R. IL Gray, 1111 Uni
versify avenue, will leave tomorrow for
Clarksville. Mo, to spend the week-end
with Mr. and Mrs. .Milton F. Duvall.
Misses Frances and Helen Mitchell,
West Broadway, left yesterday for a
week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Mitchell in Kansas Gty.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl C Estes, who have
been visiting Mr. Estes' parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John H. Estes, left yesterday for a
two weeks' trip to Washington, D. C,
GENERAL HEALTH OF
COLUMBIA IS VERY GOOD,
SAYS MAYOR GORDON
The general health conditions in Co
lumbia are good, according to 'ayor
James M. Gordon. They are somewhat
better than they were last )car at this
lime, and the death rate for 1920 should
compare lavorahly with that ot the
preceding year. "
There may be a few cases of the inllu
enza again this winter in tact there
hive been a few slight cases already
but there will not be an epidemic, he
And iliat do you say?
Are you having tire trouble these cold days? ,
If you are, you haven't the right stuff,
The fabric is rotten, the rubber isn't tough.
Oldfield tires are what you need.
On down the road, my, what speed!
They hold the road and never blow out,
The rubber is tough and the fabric is stout.
They have good mileage satisfaction guaranteed.
And we sun fix you in the size you need.
We stand back of every Oldfield we sell,
And the price we charge, oh, well,
It's very reasonableyas to quality received.
So Iput on a couple and with me you'll agree.
They are 30 per cent
Crane's Tire Shop
About one-fourth of the four millions
enlisted in the draft were found to be
nearly or quite illiterate. Ignorance and
illiteracy beget crime and poor govern
ment You, citizens, pay for this, A
fj I wmplete remedy is set forth by the . F.
Bruce System in Colonel rraziers new
book, TRAINING. Read it; it will
Bound In Paper $1.00
Bound in Goth ?2.0O
Jo R.' Frazier, Sales Agt.
707 Stewart Road, Columbia, Mo.
Without a suitable
and artistic frame
jour photograph or
any picture is un-finished.
Personal Greeting Cards
Orders must be in not
later than December 10.
SCOTT'S BOOK SHOP
Ninth and Walnut
THREE HUNDRED IN PROSESSION.
The wonderful story of the -beginnings
of American history told in living pic
tures in the filgiim Pageant at the
Christian College Auditorium Monda)
night, Dee. 6th. Costumed characters o!
more than three hundred. Processional
begins at 7:3a Tickets at Aliens and
the Pennant. adv.
Learn the faefs about prices. Read
the Estes merchandising story on page I
A complete display of furs will be 1
shown in room 505 of the Daniel Boone 1
Tavern tonight and until 9:30 tomorrow
Sardines in olive oil 15c. 2 for 25c
Kash & Karry Grocery. adv.
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s li ? Suits and Overcoats
Made by Stein Blqch, Society Brand, and Langham
factories show such wonderful reductions that will
appeal to.lhe shrew dest bu j cr of clothes. Hundreds
ofLdiem hae been marked down at a lower price
llian wtfcan replace them today.
These well-known makes we are selling from
$30 - $50
And other good makes at less.
We wish to call especial attention to our special
purchase of 200 pairs of men's trousers which we
are offering at, the pair,
t For your Utile gathering or din
ner party a box of our delicious
chocolates will meet wjth -everyone's
Jimmie's College Inn
"The Home of Better Confection"
"We hold no Clearance Sales. We are watching
'the markets closely and any reduction in any lines
oj 'merchandise that ue carry our customers can be
assured that they will reap the benefit"
sions arc based,
usually, on that
part of you which
lies between your
breast bone and
your hair. Can
you -be sure of
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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
County and our system of milling makes possible the manu
facture of this supremely satisfactory flour.
"HP Satisfaction" for sale by all grocers or call No. 9
Boone County Milling and Elevator Co.
TONIGHT AND SATURDAY
The pretty star plays a young American girl who goes
to China as secretary to a collector of antiques and, after
some exciting experiences, discovers her employer is not
quite what he Ipretends.
PATHE NEWS MUTT AND JEFF
MONDAY AND TUESDAY
Charles Ray in
"Homer Comes Home"
You Should Know About
Perhaps it is a little uncommon to use advertising slpace
to tell about the reasons for big business policies of manu
facturers and wholesalers but during the past few
months something has come to pass that should interest
every buyer of merchandise.
When it became evident that prices had reached their
peak and must come down, there was a-wide realization
of the fact that large losses had to be faced by manu
facturers, wholesalers, and retailers until prices got down
to normal basis again. So it became a question of facing
several years of unprofitable business, or the TAXING OF
A BIG IMMEDIATE LOSS and getting back to normal
It must be admitted that most operators were afraid of
the sharp cutting In prices, but manufacturers of largest
vision showed the way, and the decision became very wide
spread to DROP PRICES DOWN AT ONCE to the very
lowest possible basis, so that PEOPLE COULD BUY IM
MEDIATELY instead of waiting and waiting for lower
and lower prices.
They knew that if people would buy the goods they
wanted the industries of the nation might go right on, and
nobody would suffer except those who took the QUICK
BIG LOSSES, instead of the slow, paralyzing depression
that might take the heart out of the people.
THE BIG LOSSES HAVE BEEN TAKEN, PRICES
of many kinds of merchandise have DROPPED DOWN
TO THE BOTTOM.
Now it only remains for the toeople to BUY THE
THINGS THEY HAVE BEEN WANTING, at the new
UNEXPECTED LOW PRICES, and everybody will be
happy and workers everywhere may continue busy and
This is the BIG INSIDE STORY of why we can make
this MONTH'S EXTRAORDINADY OFFERINGS. It 5
is why you SHOULD BUY NOW, and may SAFELY
BUY NOW. And it is only by your possessing the things -you
want, at their lowest .prices as quoted right now, that
the whole accomplishment hoped for by the great sacrifice
thathas been accepted may be made possible.
Makers of Red Ring Feeds.
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