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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1920
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M! Kirlccn Pinker, cUochtcr of
.Annie Pallwr. and Andrew AlUlon
pre, of Sptabufg,f S. C were nur
tdfat neon today at the home of tie
KeVuioiKer, oa Pari toad. Rev. T.
lVocn. otfici.tei!. m the cerenwnT.
Ktte.wrddint; tie bride and groons
II', for Atlanta. Ca and other southern
ftfita 'far in . -tl nj?,? ?r,1tlinr trio.
BtT.plsn to male their koine in Spartan'
n iraJoatcJ from the Coliimbli High
School and attended the Umlrenir
where he was a membor of the Kanpa
Tbiti Sipnl Phi. honorary sorority for
von)' in in journalism, held ini Union
T l,v Virlif for the folloine: Llmr
JUe Xlauiner, Corinne MacVey, K atfcryn
Bur-b, Berruce liiomure. .Marian liiLb,
f Rnn fAt- 7Ir1ra Goodrich, unifi
i 'Wniteside and -May Uierry.
it, .where Mr. Dupre h associated with
:sChafleston 4 South Carolina Kai'.
iTiCcmM'ny. Thev-.vrill be at home to
ends after Janiiarv .
Mrs. Herbert V?. Smith. 115 Stewart
lad entertained at four o'clock this
rternoon with a Christmas party for her
nr'Herbeit ShcrroiL xbo celebrated
sjtccond birthdays The dining room
-ttdeccrated in red and while, Christ-
Bilbells carrrinc out the color scheme.
.jvtfLthe dining roofii table hnng festoons
MUirisUnas snsscs&o'cs and bells. A
' birthday cake formed the center.
Bece for the, table. The guels were:
J Mann, Dorothy and Catherine
I1!. Kjse Collier, Tlioebe Alice
. y. William Etheridge, Richard
hil Oierton Kidines, Lin-wd
"ftcr, Jaltn Ifcnry Bamngartner
is sitliers' Club of Lee School met
uhl afternoon at the school. The
oe science' department ol tlie Khoot
lerred tea. The Mothers Club of Grant
ol Hill meet this afternoon at the
The annual Christmas party, which is
tiren by the members of the Y. W. C A.
Tjit;Stephcu College, wa held last niyht.
f Following the formal dinner in the din
B' ing roc la. a pageant vas gken by groups
h bf twenty-fiie to thirty girls. The first
4'troop peiformed the ceremony of hang-
if ing' of 'the greens, in which they wore
ntliolly wreaths ana Iinng nolly over the
Sin-sun and the chandeliers, llie sec.
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he vtXKl cathtfrcts, m hich Hie tins
;atronEht in the lighted yule tog. The
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.iniru eivdii cat: uic tnciiwii, v, un
fire, in which they earned forth the
torches and placed them around the log;
'iind the fnurtlf ctoud. the ccremonr of
Jthe candle lighters, in which tliey light
ed Uk candles aronnd the one big Christ-
After the pageant, the various groups
gathered around the fire rlace in the
dimnz room and. with the remaining
Viit wjH? fiad not taken part in the
cerenxnies, received their presents from
the Cbristmis tree, which were in the
form of jokt-s on each one of the girls.
After the party, Roy T. Datis, secretary
of Stephens College, ho took the part
of Santa Uaus, pjssnl out candy and
iD rorn'to all the gills.
Following this annual arr, according
to tho custom which is generally observed
among the girl, various groups in the
College" had their bunking parties, feasts
d small Christmas trees.
-The custom of singing carols through
the corridors of the dormtaries on the
campss and through the bouses off th:
campus was observed early this morning
before the girls departed far their homes
for the Christmas holida)s.
Afiss Catherine Drain was a guest at
: Phi CammaDeha house at luncheon yes
The "members of tbe Sigma Alpha Fp-
f'filon fraternity ejiiertained fifteen boys.
whose naics were supplied by the Led
Cross. Willi a dinner party last evening.
After dinner names were played and each
"boy wai-prcscntcd wilh a knife and inon-
; ey aa a uurisimas llu
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-tDr. Walter C Cibbs was a dinner guest
-at the Beta Tfceta fi house tut evening.
!'' Jin.. Dudley Conley, 001 Sauford
place, returned last evening from a week's
.visit with tier mother, ivtrs. w. s, uoaies
'E'in Su Louis.
." Miss Hcanor Inuy and Y. K. Denny
"of Kansas City iu arrive next week to
spend th- Christmas lulidavs wilh their
" sister. Sirs. Marshall Cordon.
"' lJcut-'CoL William E. Perons rave a
farewell dinner toda; at tlie Daniel Boone
vTaTern-Iu honor ol ueuu-lxjL i it.
a-SIuller, whohas been here inpecting the
fTL O. T. U th ra't t ). Jlajor
Lloyd Jones, Major 0. 5. w oods and the
'deans of the" various divisions of the Uni--wsiry
were invited. Colonel Muller left
' at 1:15 o'clock for St. Louis University.
Sir. and Mrs. J. E. Gaskm. 7002 Micki-
nan avecue, St. Louis, have made fonsil
rnnouncement of the engagement of their
ilaushter. Miss. Inea, to Dr. Lee Potter
of Louuvillr, Ky. I he marriage mil take
.'place January 1 at the liome of the
brides parents. .Miss baskiU as grad
uated from the School of Education of
the University of Missouri in 1913. Dr.
iPotter was graduated. from the University
of Missouri in-1917 .and later as gra.1-
iialed from the ttashingtoi University
hoot ol .lleuicine
I UNIVERSITY NEWS I
jjlisj Marjoric Quinn. daujditer of M
iV.Jobn vT. Quinn of 61U College areni
rand Murray Howell, also of Columbia,
g-will lie married at 1U30 o clock Tfed-
E?n'csday, December 19, at the home of the
bride' tnolher. After be eeremonv ifce
couple will leave for a short trip to St.
Miss Quinn lias been deputy circuit
clerk cf Boone County for the last to
years. She is a graduate of TfJlEaa
' Woods College at Fulton, also of the
voice department of Stephens, Coilea;,
and attended Cie University for three
Mr. Howell is the son of ,Mr. and Mrs.
r. Itoneil o( Crecnwood avenue. He
1L G. Crawford Iuft yesterday -for Ids
horns in Atlanta, Mo.
On account of extminstions, athe Ar
tillery Qub dince lias been poMponed
until the first week in February.
Mrs Paul Johnstor: left yesterday for
Kansas Gty, after virfling Paul N.'John
stone, who is a studknt in the Univer
A current iscuo of the A'orth Shore
Br.teze, a fociety wcikly published at
Manvhestcr-by-the-Sca, Mass, conlllnj a
story, "When tho Winter Loses" by' Miss
Florence E. Whittier, of the School of
The members of the Y. M. C A. iiead-
ed by A. C Pepper arc planning a Stay
at-Home Club for the students wli t will
atay here for the Christmas holidays.
Babbit bunting and hiking durrtg the
day, amusements and games in the even
ings, and perhaps a dinner on Qistmas
Day will be some of tlie features cf their
Acting as cooks and waitresses for their
guests, eleven University girls members
nf Miss Susan Blakey's ftiod problems
class gave a dinner party, Tiiestlay night
at tuo Practice House. .Tins trances
Dunwoodie acted as hostco, while the
other meiibers of the class, who had each
invited a guest, prepared and rvcd the
time later. The iniury is not serious.
Dots Paris,. publicity? director of the
1921 Missouri Centennial Fair, and JI. V.
Carroll, secretary of the Sedalis Chirabtr
of Commerce, were in Colombia yester
day Ja the interest of .the 1921 State
Mr. and Mrs. L. C Smith of Jefferson
Gty, who" have been visiting the past
week at the home of Mrs. Smith's father.
John Clark, returned home -yesterday.
Mrs. Charles Shelnntt, who has been
.visiting her father; Dr. C W. Cobnee,
206 Broadway, returned to ber home in
ATTENTION! SANTA,. CLAUS
JIAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE f
There -will be a rie supper tonight at
the Wilkes Boulcratd MethodUt Church.
E. C Sims and W. C Sims of Fulton
were in Columbia on business vesterday.
Miss Alberta Austin went to her home
in Huntsvilfe yesierday.
M. J. Harris went to Kansas 'Gty ves
Dr. W. J. Huts of Kirkjvillc and Dr.
It. W. Young of Columbia left yesterday
for Jefferson Gty-ou h'utincss;
W. E. Beech ami Paul Goldberg left
yrstcrdar afternoon to spend the Iioll'
days at their homes in Los Angeles, Cat
Sntll P. Keenc siKJahral a wrenched
back yesterday while crssktng an auto
mobile. He: did not ,rttice the injury:
at the tine, but began to feel pain some-:
Here la an Order From -Richard Ar
nett, 105 WllUa-t.
That Santa Clans will save a place on
his Christmas list for the "orphants" of
Columbia, is the hope of little Richard
Allen Arnett, 10S Willis street. No doubt
a circus wagon, a tram on a track and
some good story books' can easily be
lucked into Santas big sleigh and left
at this addre-s on Christmas ere, after
I:e reads tho following letter addressed
to him, in care of the Evening Mis-.
Dear Simla ClcuK
Please bring me semt food Uorj
books, a little train on a track, a circus
icacon, some candr and nuts ad any-
thing rise ou u-cnt.mc to have. Please
don't forget cny o iheorphants.
1 our little friend,
Richard Allen Arnett,
The big candy manufacturers liavc not reduced
their prices on candy a hit, but in order that every,
one-may cat candy for Christmas wc arc going to
hold this big candy sale tomorrow.
All our fine home-made chocolates (the finest
in town) will be sold tomorrow at 60c a pound.
Buntes' Candies arc also going at prewar pices.
AH sizes of Happy Home Jars at prices that
arc the lowest price we have offered litem in four
Wc are (preparing and ready to sell a very fine
slock of Marshmallows at 50c a pound.
We have prepared and are selling now a very
fresh home-made Christmas mixture composed of
Fancy Bon Bons, Cocoanut Bon Bons, Chocolate
Bon Bons, Cream Fudges, and other home-made
Lots of oilier randies at 3d and 40c a pound.
"Wc have a large stock of Fitncy Boxes at re
duced prices. Don't get your Christmas boxes un
til you see ours. Come early and don't be dis
appointed. Jimmie's College Inn
"The Home of Better Confections"
Liberty Kandy Kitchen
9th and Broadway
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workbags, and purses aro all
here in a glorious aray for
. Beads, pins, dorincs and
jewelry riovclties.will help out
your Christmas list.
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Your Splenlid Patronga tMsJMnth
We have lightened our stocks, as the changing market has requir
ed, and you have received many things that you have been "wanting to
Of course wc have had to face a large immediate less to achieve
the desired distribution of our goods, but the benefit has gone to wtr
good customers -which is most gratifying.- So we arc looking to the
future with large optimism and present losses are to he forgotten.
Fine Dress Silks
For the Holiday Season
Women who want another handsome gown
or blouse or want to give one for Christmas or
just the material will find this sale of - silks,
splendid news. And what woman does not?
The collection is mostly newly purchased
silk of ever- fashionable variety with specially
interesting groups of black silks and satins
and best news of all, lie prices are a third to a
half less than they have been.
Of course, some of the lots are small and
you'll be best advised to come early to get wid
est choice of this remarkable assemblage. These
chief groups are offered.
Crepe dc chine of the better qualities in prac
tically all popular colors, 40 inches wide, are
priced at $1.95 and $2.50 the yard.
Shirting silks are priced at $1.50, $1.95 and
$2:50 the yafd. y-v
40-inch charmeusc in all colors is priced at
S2.98 the yard. '"..
Pussy willow in. a splendid variety of pat
terns 4or kimenos, fancy, linings and dresses is
priced, at the yard, $3.
Silk poplin Is $1.23 the yard.
Black taffeta, always-popular, is now just
SI. 40 ilw vnrii.
Salin Iloyals, beautiful heavy weight'1 satins
In all popular colors are priced, the yard, $350. '
The 'December 'drive is to be wound irp in a blaze of still mdre start
ling economies. . &4tEJUFMXHMttti
A drive for lower (price, fo'r you. ' .
A drive for larger sales for-us,,
A drive to do our part to stimulate indastrv for the nation.
There's a New Joy
in Giving this Year,
Because Your Money
Buys So Much More
Our store is brilliant with the
giftjlhings that fill every section of
ouVbuilding, and ihcrq is a new de
light in. selecting holiday remem
brances when one can choose arti
cles of so much greater worth than
heretofore and pay no more for
jhem. Then those who have found
Christmas such a tax on them in the
pas't Xfill discover that very much
less money will provide the supply
of gifts that will gratify them and
make their family and friends
happy for the great occasion. Buy
noiyi t Shop in tlie forenoon when
yo'uwill)havc more time and a bet
ter .opportunity to look and avoid
the rush' arid Crowds' in the after
High Grade Woolens
, ' Beautiful cloakings, 54- to 58 inches wide, in velours,
Jbroadclodis and zibjelincs a.S3.9p. tlie yqrd.. '
!j Duvelyns, bolinas dndVotljerttovel cloakuigs'grcatly rcduc- ',
'edat Ae' yard,, &0q. j; j; h Jj.,.,' , "J:
Bolivia in dark blue and brown.' Tlie inost popular-cloak-' "''
ing of'lhe season is-now spccially.priccd at $8.50.
Extra quality .French n rjituniish serges, 54 and 56 inches 1
wide, are priced at $3.95 ahtT$4.95 the yard ' ' '
Half wool and all wool serges and poplins In many staple.
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A Gift from the Apparel
More persons than ever are going to give apparel
this year because past experience has taught-tliemhat
it is the one gift that is "just right." The styles of the
coals, suits, and dresses are most distinctive, and jthe
price tags arc no longer formidable. i
The suits arc priced at $19.75, $25, $29.50,1 $39.50
and tip lo $59. "
The coats are $14.75, $19.50, $25,- S35" and up to
$59. v . 1 is .
Dresses of all sizes from 16 to 46'are all' radically
reduccd in price.
Heavy duckling fldeccd or print
ed1 flannelettes for' kimonos or
dresses. Specially priced at the
Women's heavy union suits in
several styles. Made by the' Forest
Mills forscrvicc and durability;
Specially priced at $1.95 for regu
lar sizes, and $2.25 for extra sizes.
Buy Bedding Now
At These Low Prices
Solid grey Nashua blankets 72 by
80 wilh clear assorted borders, very
specially priced, the pair, $3.45.
Extra heavy woolnap blankets,
size 66 by 80. Silk bound and a
lankct you will be glad to own at
j low a price. The pair, S4.39.
Extra heavy large size woolnap
Jankets. 72 by 84 Inches. Fancy
id staple plaids. The pair, S5.95.
A splendid quality grey blanket
' r single beds in assorted woven
' jrders. Very specially priced at
; e pair, $1.59.
Large bed comforts, silkoline"
uvered, pure white cotton filled.
A remarkable value at $3.95.
Extra fine silkoline covered bed
i-omforts with solid colored border,
72 by 84. Filled with new white
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ia Trf wraHiP
carded cotton. Very specially pric
ed at S7.50.
Best grade soft down filled bed
comforts, fine printed sateen cover
ing with solid color borders. Very
specially priced at S14I95.
Daintier and more shapely than
ever, and yet, these silk undergar
ments, once counted a luxury, are
today quite as necessary to the well
dressed womanYcomfort and sense
of correctness as silk stockings or
Trie new lines of die garments";
the clever lace adornments and the
exquisite Hnls of the tissues, are
most fascinating. Yet most women
already know that they arc the' most
economical garments in the long
At Interesting Prices
Women's extra heavy pure silk
hose, four-inch clastic top, stop run
garter welt; full fashioned reinforc
ed high spliced heel, six thread sole
and toe; black, white, brown; very
specially priced, pair $2.50
Womerfs jfine-, silk hose, in black,
while, grey-; brown, with the stop
run garterweltj clastic double top;
fashioned leg, reinforced heel, sole
arid tod Priced, pair $1.95
Women's. heaVy; fleeced lined
bUck'hosc,"fi&inch garter l6p, Full
se'ahil'essi double-heel, toe1 and foot.
Specially priced, pair . . . 25c
Women's heavy black, wool hose,
with f fve-irich ribbed garter top, two
thread heel and toe; a wonderful
value at the pair 85c
Women': fine wool Hose in black,
green and brown heather mixtures,
plain or ribbed; 'a verv SDeeial of.
fer, the pair $1,95
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