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WMbs Ella. V.au. uxxiTt&ot. tritf
nppreaatt n you nil tcltphmit $o-
l3ttt iSeim Lttvrrr, 11 gmH 1? nrlnrlr
'jin.iZ. B. Branson, 301 Clenwood
.aWBfie,. entertained from 3 to 5 o'clock
W itCTHOOn trilTi in informal tA tar
Mra,. Hermann Schlnndt who HI .leave
on ior'France to spend two years; The
gjratscre; Mrs. A. J. .Merer. Mr. 0.
K. Johnson-Miis Cnnt H PKIlins. Mi.
J& E. fcrown, Mrs. Ceorge H. Sabine.
Mri C.:XT.1PcW. Mil- M. P. Ravenel,
Ma. W.- a Curtis, Mrs. J. 1L Coursauh.
Mrs. EL J. McCaustLinfl. Mr. I. W. Itn-
Pdi. Mrs. A. t. lljSc, Mrs. l F. Sle
rjAenv'Mrs. Ceorge U QsrV. Mrs. T. J.
IStumrf1 rM if n ai ..j. r tr
C MehL Mrs. W. H. Pik Mrs. Cwrre
RtedetfMrs. A. T.T.jlor and Mrs. JL
r$WwJn M&s Williams .Jus returned
lrom Uie Culver Military Academy to
tfeai tho Qtristmas holiilars nith his
father. Dean "Walter Williams.
Irs. M. D. Thomas of Ontario, Ort,
formerly Miss Anna May Pratber, ill
aftire today to Spend the holidays with
Sr mother, Mr 'E. "M. -Prather, 1315
Miss Florence 3L Totter ill he the
tacit of the Rev. and Mrs. J. II. George.
$9 Rollins trect,tduring .the Christmas
ljn, Marian BabbIrs. Louise Caddom
sad Mrs. Clenwood Sperling
Mr. and -Mrs. -D. A. -Eohneit, -East
Broadway, win leave Thursday for Tin
neus, Mft, to attend a -house pirtrat the
home of their daughter, Mrs. Donald C
Dean and Mrs. J. P. McBaine, will ar1.
rive tomorrow from 'Chicago where they
went to meet their daughter, Ann, who
has been attending school' in Philadel
phia. Mr. and Airs. Shannon D. Smith of
Kansas Otr will arrive the first of next
week to visit Mr. Smith parents, Mr.
and Mrs. F. K Smith. 407 Christian
College avenue, during the Chrutnua hoi
Miss Retta Ixngsfield and Miss Louise
Hechinger of New Orleans, La, will
leaie Monday for St. Louis topend a
few days before returning.to their hemes.
They hate spent th last month as the
guests of Dean and Mrs. Isldor Locb,
CO-EDS WHO RASHLY
BOBBED HAIR PLAN
TO DECEIVE PARENTS
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THE COLIUVIUIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 17 1920
LEAVE FOB HOME IN CHINA 1tbeir manner; but China appeals to me
more," said Miss Frances Ware. "I
Helen. a4Fnmces Wit Sail Jani l0Te"lts ,le1)"ery; lti"deliglrtful?climata
8 tor Vfrt k UC JCMm, ' and the people with their' peculiar cua-
Mtsfes Helen1 arW Frances Ware will 'otas."
leave Colaabia fifiirdaf to spehd'the -' ' 1
Wl SUJSS!- - :Gi HiKERS EXPLORE
U1 AVI T'fHtlMli VOIllW
will be tntcrtiincd
i Sunday evening at
and Sirs. J. 1L Ccorse.
.lewis' C, Caldwell, chairman of the pro-
ram committee, has' arranged to hue
oon Sihn Ahn and Umematsu watada
Jilay the ukelele and sing in their native
The Y. "ir. t A. irill rnlrrtitn with
Jour parties Saturday for the needy
uuioren oi ujcbdu. lue parties wur
fte at the-Kappa Kappa Gamma, Chi
4)mega and Delta Gamma houses and at
ffitad HalL Each .house will he decor
"ated with. Chrietmas suecrstionF. cedar
(itrees, hdis, imitation snow and twisted
iyv tKyi;tm Ilic CIU1UXCU ui fuj
canwe and there will be a distribution of
if resents for all present.
S t:,a Vtl.! C.L TT .n?. ,n4.w
Jrom Lindenwood College to spend the
Christmas holidays with her parents, Mr.
Cisd Mrs. John Sykes.
'Jlm rorlr Mitchell, Ua'wtliorne Du
alez, Rosemary lane, entertained infor
Jpally this, afternoon for ten members
til. the DeU Canuna. orority who were
LdlYe lKfl vrar apt, i1tn Mi4 MilrTiH
jjfas eopeon ,at ae eJupftr houser THef
jneits wer,e; .amescs utory uric, tiira
Teth Weeks, Helen Witlinj," Eleanor
iTood, Gayncll tVcff, Floy and Hope Jos."
Among a certain class of University
students all is not pleasant anticipation
of a Christmas vacation at home.
Many .of the girls who have bobbed
their hair this term did so without thi,
knowledge or consent of their parents.
Now they are beginning to worrjvove,
tho problem of how to keep the deej
dire secret from parental 'attention.
A number of these perplexed maidens
are planning to pin trusty hairnets ove.
their abbreviated tresses and thus .cscap
detection. With this plan in mind the.;
are spending many minutes nightly be
fore tho minor, practicing the perfec
adjustment of a hairnet when the hair I.
covers is short.
This arouses the question of what thi"
girl will do when she accidentally leave
her door unlocked and little sister walks
in unexpectedly before the hairnet is on
The whole matter will be entirely toe
choice a morsel for anlittl0 Sister ti
keep and the result can be imagined.
It looks very much as if the Uintlm
holidays arc going to be quite profitable.
for little sister in the way of obtaining
long-desired belongings of big sUter who
goes to college.
STUDENTS, ATTENTION!. -
Sm R hI:CrlItee chedulo of Cannes
-in Display Jld W Page 5 of this IssueJ
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In appreciation of the splendid Missouri Spirit '"
Daniel Boone 'Tavern
will serve a
consisting of the season's choicest meals 1
SUNDAY, DEC. 19, 6 to 9 P. M.
In lite beautiful Mulberry Dining .Room approfcri'
ately arranged for die occasion. The Tavern or
chestra will play special selections.
Rockaway Oysters on half shell
.Salted Nuts Olives Celqry y
Bisque of Crawfish, Ncptuno
Pate' of .Game la Gourmand
Roast O'Possum Sweet "Potaloes
, Racoon Baked Apples
.,,, w- Fied Rabbit, Southern stylo
i'j'v-.Qjjjjjej Yams Cauliflower au Gratia
" '" v Tomatoes la.Princess
Halquin Ice Cream
Mince Pie Assorted Cake ."
of the Hawaiian fclands: and Ji
pan. on January 0. Both are ctudents in
tho University. Miss Helen will teach
andJlist Frances Ware will do secretar
ial work -in Shanghai..
They came to the United- .States three
and onehalf years ago fromjheir home
la -Shanghai. Their parents ynt to that
city more than thirty-five' yA ago, as
missionaries from the. United Mates a!
though they wrreMtizens of England.
Miss 'Hden; Ware has eonspleted her
work for a Hi S. degree in 'Education.
She speaks Chinese;- French and English,
and is a member of Hie Student Volun-.
teer Band. Bethany Circle, Cosmopolitan
Club, and French 'dob.
Miss Crace Ware, a sister, was grad
uated from the Unisersity in 1911 and
is leadiing French in the public schools
James Ware, a brother. received an A.
B. degree in 1911. Later he attended.
Rush Me-jicat College. Chicaro; "and 1,
now a surgeon at 'Santa Barbara Cottage,
America is a wonderful place, for the
COAL MINE 'MID MANY
SHRIEKS AND MVGHS
Teachers wanted for good positions of
alklnds, for the accon4 semester in the
elctoeniary and secondary Bchools and
colskes. Wc can get you a better posi.
ti'oit ijirollment free. Cline Teachers
Asdncy. Exchange Natl Bank nUr.
people are so democratic, and free inLPhcaie 929. Adiv93
killed or hurt down there."
"The mine has ben in operation three
years'now" andealy one mari'has hiea
killed.: "A Tig rock fell on aaegro dig
ger and crushed' him. Another digger
fell down tb? shaft and .LrokVlotii arms
and legs. But he mended ' all jight.
HeVdown there diggin now. .
Tirac on. nal I'm tamel". and the
:. University hikers steppfd"gfnjerly onto:
the lift and disappeared into tne oiacs:
CHRISTMAS IS EXPENSIVE
Bat AH Students Feel Trjp Home Is
What will Christmas cost the average
safc, and! don't think I would spUl you "udat? JUIs question s.as raised at a
offjthelifu If yon ain't never been down I fi&aua of Lrmversity men last even.
inja coal mine. Id say go. Of course I f1 ." """'"
tne uiacuooi anno ami as nig as some. ""- , ,
Tho chambers and rooms only cover five There were a few Scwges. among the
acres, but still you could see just how a 2.ftJ n0 ."'f1 10. . .Hmnbag-bnt
coal mine looks down i'n the cellar" but the majonty claimed it was worm
!Tell me first if anyone has ever been tne "none).
tne average cat mio jvi jwv Biuuciii
wilt amount to 315 a round trip. 'Inci
dental expenses, going and coming, will
"Wheel How far is it down this black
did Iwle" shrieked the excitable girt
"Eighty-four feet. Wanta go down?"
, "I've read a lot about the 'deadly fife
damp' and I'm afraid 1 couldn't breathe."
' 'We'll. they'a been lots of other Uni-
vttsiky folks, gone down and come back
boost this total to $20. Allowing $20
for Christmas gifts to family and friends
woBld'SsakiTt'te srarf'ioTayTor alPavtr.
t.ge holiday trip hoaeT tboot $40. Tor 3,
eoat of iChristinak will "be S120JXT
er on'"lhIi""one rnanrplainea, "and I',
woold p home. fCfafeOnetday-if I
bad to beat my way.
All University students should imme.
diately file ihtir judentjcards'with the
rcJListrar in "order that grades for the!
I fall terra may ie rccorued proJr.pUt,A
! stamped,' addressetl'cnvclope' slloulj be
encioscu lor ins return oi tne carcv-c -CLAUD
Accurate and reliable, iteaaontblc
rates. Work done .on short n6tice.
3?) Culur Boildins
Phone 1095 and 1090-Grecn
Fraternity or Sorority House
I have for sale at a bargain a large, well built, well located house, prac
tically new, that will make-a splendid fraternity or sorority house. Can make
an especially low price and very reasonable terms, which will be cheaper
than paying rent J. A. Stewart, Exchange National Bank' Building.
LEARN TO DANCE
Private Lessons By Appointment Only
TONIGHT AND SATURDAY i
"Sink or Swim"
A rattlingi'brilliant, clean comedy The story 0f a two
fisted Westerner's experiences 'abroad. ALSO
; PATHEJVEWS MUTT AND JEFF
MONDAY AND TUESDAY
Constance Talmadge in
"The Love Expert"
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Select your gifrf here at a saving oC 2U '
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fiUpytyoiir Christmas Gift list, bring tt
to this store and see how easily you
can Make your selections
Cuff Buttons and Links
- Siik Hose
"Lini J 'Gloves
. -i O-ercoau
t riMen's "mdkerchiefs
t-.sSIi J i5tuds .
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.. Men's Gloves "
Men's Wool .Hose'
Such Pretty Blouses as
These are Sure to Please
Indeed very charming are die new slipover
blouses of velvet trimmed with embroidery of che
nille. They make a most stunning costume when
worn widi a plaid or plain colored skirt. They art
priced at S535.
.Qverblopres are So Chic
Especially vhenthey are developed of georg
ette orAvool jersejvWe ha ve.ruany .variations of this
most popular style priced from $6.95 to $20.
of Vjoile and batiste trimmed jvidi hand-hcrastich-ing
and filet lace are pricedTrom S5.95 to $15.
sary for Service
Ifjhe?g?ftisfor a man or boy, you should
let us supply it
.'TN some fisrxn operations, in many man-
I 'irfaclttring Jines, and, mort' partico-
T" Jarly, m refining and distribution of
- petroletun product large scale operations
are essential to insure maximum economy
The production of crude oil varies but
. little .on account of seasonal changes,
and the refining processes are continuous
The consumption of petroleum products, "
however, varies widely with the season.
In summer, consumption far out-strips i
papduction, while during the winter
months the, reverse is true.
To prepare Jjimsetf Sw the summer rush, the oil
refiaer,who lYambitious to render a maximum
servic, muM operate his 'refrncricjs at fell ca
jMcthrougbout the year, and must provide
adequate st6ragsJ,to take care ofhts surplus out
put during tfie' winter months, end store it cjainst
day of maximurn demand' when .the country
roads and city boulevards are crowded whh ma
chines, and the.farmer has his tractor in the field.
To perform Oris service requires the investment
of huge suras-of asoneyi'sad the'tnaimahumce of
'a coaplete'ortanirition at aH times.
The StandardOil Company (Indiana) is ambitious
tO;be.a.lederuj 'the .petroleum industry. Itv&
amtttious to.rthderto the people "of the' Middle
AVeataa'near tf perfect Service an care, thought,
nd adequate resources out devise.
'In carryins on1 hsjiness. the Company has
Havested- more -than lS. million dollars; it oper-
ttfcurlarpi refi&erUs.in which it manufectares
the many varieties of petroleum products needed
Tby thecontuihuit public.
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"IAMS.tttWons, more than 1000
Jtmag -statjoo; and a fleet of nearly 4000 tank
i?-E?ra,fBt WiMtion consists of about
23,We efficient loyal men and women, work
feganderone baaoV to-render ' a service which
TBw ft petsibte' fcr yea to get aiiBlJoer of' gas
, ,QB of est, er a powid of grease, when
you want'it, and wherever you may be.
Standard vOjl .Company
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