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Miss Ella ITtok, society editor. II roa liaie news ol sachd rtmt, inm.
e.t fo Columbia and the University, the Musourum rn.Ul appreciate it i ou itcill
call Miss Wyatt by telephone. No. 274. between 11 o'clock and noon, each day.
Mrs. George Lefevre, 703 Maryland
place, entertained, al 1 o'clock luncheon
today for Miss Retta Lengneld of New
Orleans, 1a, and Mis Louise Ilechinger
of New York who ate the guetts of Dean
and Mrs. Isidor Loeb, Providence roai
A bowl of cut flowers formed the center
piece for the dining room table. Besides
the guests of honor and their hostess
were: Mrs. Guy L. Noyes, Mrs. Isadore
Birth. Mrs. C. R. Moulton, Mrs. J. P.
McBaine. Mrs. II. D. Hooker and Mrs.
H. R. Glascock.
Mrs. Ellen S. King of liilozie, Mis?.,
returned home yesterday after a month's
visit ilh her sister, Mrs. Alexander
Martin, 902 University avenue.
Miss Genevieve Norri, 203 Edgewood
avenue entertained from 3 to 6 o'clock
"this afternoon vi H a Tuistnrss party.
The dinirg room !able -.cs dseora'ed
with a small rhrisanas tree. Streamers
of red crepe paper extended from the
drop lights to the corners of the table.
Softly shaded red candles were used on
the table and the lights were covered
vtith red paper. Miniature Santa Clauses
v. ere given as favors. Christmas suz
gestions were carried out in the place
cards. Imitation snow v-as ued in the
decorations. The guests were: Mises
Sallie Barth, Sophia Meyer, June Mer
iam. Dot Betty Johnson, Rose Collier,
Conine Harper, Anna Catherine Dorgan,
Marjorie Baker and Mary Graeme Ruth
ber wore a symbol to show what kind of
"nut" he was. A program of stunts mu
sic .and moving pictures was given.
The Bessie Belle Combs Grcle of 'the
Broadwar Meih;i rtmr-h ;li WiA ;,
last meeting of the year at the home of
.Mrs. u. li. Wilson. 1111 Walnut street.
at Z: o clock Wednesday afternoon. Of
ncers will be elected for the coming
The Maria Layng Gibvm Grcle" of the
Broadway Methodist Church elected the
following officers for the coming year:
uiairman, airs, inco Sexauer; secretary,
Mrs. S. A. Jeffers; treasurer, Mrs. W. R.
The students and faculty of Stephens
College who have had a birthday during
this semester were given a dinner last
night in the new dining room or the col
lege. The decorations were in the
new dining room of the college. The
decorations were in the Chris'mas colo-s.
Small individual cakes were placed be
side each plate. Green and red candles
burned during the dinner. The college
orchestra furnished muic There were
one hundred and forty guests. Miss
Eva Johnston, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Davis
and Mrs. Roy Davis and Mr. and Mrs;
Iva Johnson were honor guests.
The marriage of Miss Gladys Knott
Udell to Edward Burr Orr, both of St.
Louis, is announced for December 27,
at the home of the bride. The ceremony
will be attended onl by 'he immediate
family and will be held at 8 o'clock.
A barnwjrming was given on the farm
of R. J. Sbvrock. one mile northeast of
"Wimbi. a few nl-hts aco. Mr.
Shr-cck has ius; completed the new barn
in whtch he cave a dance to a number of
Boone and Callaway county folks. Coffee
and sandwiches were served.
The teachers of the Columbia IH2I1
.school gave a party at the home of Miss
Juliette Moss, Ashland crave!, this after'
noon from 3 o'clock until 5, in honor of
Mis Frances Carlew, who has reimed
as teacher of history and English in the
The regular meeting of the Tuesday
Club will be at 2:30 o'clock next Tue
day afternoon in the Y. M. C A. Audi
torium. The Rev. W. M. Haushalter will
speak on "The Conservation of War
The campfire girls will entertain with
a tea tomorrow afternoon in honor of the
Misses Esther and Anna Schlundt,
daughters of Prof, and Mrs. Herman
Schlundt, who are leaving for France
the end of this moi.lh.
Mrs. J. li. Richards, 406 South Ninth
street, entertained with an informal
dance al her home for her siter, Miss
Susie Myers, last evening for the fol
lowing guests: Mies Leta Fairbairn,
Myrtie Day, Helen u J. Richards, Delia
Miller, Iva Mae LewellvrCMarion Put
man, Margaret Seaton, Crevdon Boyd,
Alger Body, Moss Gill, Burrel S. Bufor'd.
Frank Blackburn, Hubert M. Parker, Ed
win McElroy, Byran "Kindell.
The Round Table Club will give its
annual dinner at the Daniel Boone Tar-
Miss Udell is a graduate of the" Uni-! ern nert Tueday night.
versity, was a member of the Kappa
Kappa Gamma sorority, and during her
senior year was president of the Univer.
sity Women. Mr. Orr is also a gradu
ate of the University and a member q(
the Phi Gamma Delta, fraternity, Dui"
ing the war he served as first Ileujnwl
ant in the Marine Cdrps- '.. 't
Mrs. Robert Rogerv'403 ColIrt3rfe
nue, will entertain at .7 o'clock Monday
evening with an informal dinnef'party
for Mrs. Walter Palmer of Fulton, who
IS Tisiung nerc.
Mis Pearle Mitchell, Hawthorne
Apartments, Rosemary lane, will be ho
tess tomorrow evening for a reunion ot
school friends from the 'Walter Grove
neighborhood near Rocheport. where she
and the guest of honor, Mrs. Walter Pal
mer of Fulton, were reared. The guests
will be old residents of that place now
living in Columbia and other friends of
the honor guest. Those invited are: Mr.
and Mrs. J. T. Mitchell, Dr. and Mrs.
J. E. Thornton, Mr. and Mrs. R. H.
Gray, and Prof, and Mrs. Walter A. Mill
er. Mrs. & E. Smith, Mrs. Ella Shtpe,
Miss Cassie Thornton, Mises Sampson,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rogers and Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Babb.
The members of thcSigma Nu frater
nity jrifl en'crtaln this evening witjt their
annual Christmas dinner' dince- atthe
chapter house. The dining room will be
Mr. and Mrs. John T. Mitchell, 506
West Broadway, are spending the week
end in Kansas Gty.
Miss Pearle Mitchell, Hawthorne
Apartments, Rosemary lane, will enter
tain a few friends informally tomorrow
afternoon for Mis Louise Hechinger of
New York and Miss Retta LengsSeld of
New Orleans, La, who are the guets of
Dean and Mrs. Isidor Loeb.
The Men's Club of the Broadway
Methodist Church will hold i s rezula
social meeting in the church parlors
Monday evening. The women of the
church will be guets of the club that
evening. A special program of music
and other entertainment has been
A party was given by the Epworth
League in the parlors of the Broadway
Methodist Church last night. Each mem-
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decorated with miniature cedar trees and
streamers of red and green crepe paper.
Christmas suggestions will be carried
out in the decorations for the living room
and for the reception hall. Mrs. Inez
Clark will lie chaion. Tho guests will
be: Misses Mary Bess Meservey, Frank
Robertson, Amelia Calmer, Catherine
Campbell, Lucy CUIt, Jano Swotiord,
Helen ttilkins. Jean Logaii, isatieii
Strother, Martha Martin," Katherine
Ware, Gladvs Hox. Margaret Baiter,
Ruth Cauthorn, Gladys Balsley, Eliza
beth Millet, Marion Phipps of Scdalia
and Natalie Ross of St. Louis.
War Mothers' Club to Meet.
There will be a meeting of the War
.Mothers' Gub at 2:30 o'clock Monday
afternoon in the Commercial Gub room.
All mothers who had cons in the service
are invited to attend.
The Arkansas Gub will hold a Razor
back social at the Y. M. C A. Jluilding
GREEK AND THE SCIENCES
"Resolved, That the President of the
United States Should Be Elected By the
Direct Primary Method" is the subiect
of a debate by the M. S. U. Debating
Society at 7:30 o clock tonight in the
Law Building. The affirmative, will be
debated by Frederick Maughmcr an.d
Rusell Cooley; the negative by Monroe
Epstein and Paul Howard. Election of
officers' for the next term will be held.
The Students Medical Society will
meet in the Zoology lecture. room. Biol
ogy 112, at 7 p. m. Monday, December
13. Dean Noyes will talk on "Some
phns for the School of Medicine."
There will be a brief business meedng
of the Dramatic Arts Gub preceding
the reading of plays by 'the play reading
section of the club in the Faculty Room
of the University Library, Monday even
ing, December 13, at 7:30 o clock. The
play reading section of the club is the
successor to the Play-Reading Club, and
includes the members of both clubs. All
interested in the reading of plays are
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY I
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Innovations in the Courses Offered
Greek is being put to practical use
in the University. The students of the
different sciences are being given an op
portunity to learn the real significance
of scientific terms by learning their de
rivation. It is a well known that scientific terms
are derived largely from Greek words. A
student Finds it a help to know as many
as possible of the Greek roots from which
lhee terms are formed. A course is
now being given by the department of
Greek which give an opportunity to do
this. It is being taken by eighteen st
dents of medicine. There is no study
study of declensions or of rules of grim-
mar. After Iearmns the alpliabet, which
is considered easy since most at the let
ters have a corresponding letter ra tng-
lish, the student proceeds at once to learn
Greek-words and the scientific terms de
rived from them.
The work is given In hree sections.
one for, students of medicine, one for
students of zoology, and one for students
if chemistry and .geology. The sections
meet once a week and the credit is one
Another innovation is in the course in
tlem-ntary Greek. This course is no
longer a mere preparation for reading
the Anabasis, but aims to give the stu
dent a vocabulary of Greek words from
which English words are formed and to
teach the English words so derived. Tha
vocabulary is confined to words of that
kind and students find little difficulty Lt
remembering them, because they have
something familiar with which to asso
ciate them. Along with this are taught
the fundamental. principles of grammar.
so that in a abort time they are able to
read easy Greek.
Loans undoubtedly rood
on real estate security
Overdrafts by solvent
Bonds and stocks at pres
Other real estate at its pres
Furniture and fixtures ....
U. Su Bonds and certifi
cates of indebtedness ....
Due from other Trust Com
panies and banks, good on
Checks and other cash items
Cash on hand (currency.
gold, silver d other coin)
AH other r
CaDlta stock raid in
Undivided profits, less cur
rent expenses and taxes paid
iposits subject to draft
a. igm uj irusi companies,
banks and bankers 77531 .36
Deposits subject to draft at
sight by individuals and oth-
... lI-l:.... J I ,
civ, juwuuiug ucaiaou certi
ficates of deposit 816.52JL52
Time certificates of deposit 54,78652
Customers U. S. Bond de
posit account 571.300.00
Bills payable 200,000.00
All other liabilities- 787 37
Reserve for War Profits Tax 1,000.00
Slate of Miswuri, County of Boone, ss.
We W. A. Bright, president, and S. F.
Conley, secretary of the Boone County
Trut Company, do solemnly swear that
the above statement is true and correct
to the best of our knowledge and belief.
W. A. Baicitr, President
S. F. Comet, Secretary.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
9lh day of December, nineteen hundred
and Twenty. Witness my hand and no.
tarial seal the date last aforesaid. (Com
missioned and qualified for a term ex
piring Noiember 22, 1922.)
FaAct!, N. Bricht, Notary Public
D. A. Kobvett
L. D. Snout
M. F. Glilin Directors...
Over one ourth of the millions exam-i-cd
in tic drift were found to be phy.
siially . eficien These can no more do
tl-tir far. fully in civil life than in mili
lai y. Their deficiencies are a burden
upon themselves and all the rest of us.
The J. F. Brtce system, as set forth by
Colonel Fraaer in his new book
TRAINING, shows the way out.
Bound in Paper - J100
Bound in Goth 12.00
Jo R. Frazier, Sales Agt.
507 Stewart Road, Columbia, Mo.
Official Statement of the Financial
Condition of the Boone County Trust
Company at Columbia, State of Mis
souri, at the cloe of business on the
7th day of December. 1920.
Loans undoubtedly good
on collateral security 98299.32
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Because of the unprecedented demand from the Christian College,
Stephens College and Columbia and University High students, as well as
the great demand from the residents of Columbia for seats, many will be
disappointed when they try to get tickets.
As a Unhersity production we want all University students to have a
chance to see "In Tigertown" the four-reel film which is destined to make
Missouri famous. Of the three vodevil acts presented, two will constitute,
distinct novelties: Faucett W. Ross, late of the Gertrude Hoffman revue, in
his first appearance before a Columbia theatrical audience and the Univers
ity Glee Club in their first appearance of the year. The other, act presented by
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If you plan to get in, buy that ticket early.
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Dance and Party Calls a Specialty
Day and Night Service All Big New Cars
Seats are on sale at
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