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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOUftlAN, MONDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1920' -
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fiNeivs of Columbia Society
University Hieh School, Saturday even
Accurate and reliable. Reasonable
rates. Work done on short notice.
520 Guitar Building
Phone 1095 and 1090-Creen
Selling .your magazines and papers.
Phone 392 Will Call
Klass Com. Co.
ing at the Delta Delta Delta house. About
twenty-Eve guests were present.
THE COLUMBIA GRAFONOLA
Brings Happiness Into The Home
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South Fosrth street. Miss Hedrick is di-
The engagement of Miss Isabel Nason,
of Kansas City, KatL, to Clarence Terry
rector of the north Dakota Library Com
mission. Bjjb, betctat 11 end 12 ccfoefc.
Kansas City, Mo, was announced at a
dinner party given Saturday for the mem
bers of the Alpha Phi sorority. Cards
bearing the announcement and Ameri
..k flashliclit pictures
t -- PACE THBEE .. is3
Mrs. .Emily Guitar returned to her
home in St. Joseph today after a short
Lfcunai puties are among the di.
'CTJTrnJ waen not cramming for
, met Christmas boxes are
Jb, to arriTe lor tiuaenis woo irui
. t--l:l.. In Ionium!- and
1 !n sharrJ by those who will
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mat off at omee, resulting in
i'e noise and cxritemenu
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r, home, 509 South -Mn. Saturday
After dinner tin- gurais, ucr
rX Stoaeni uoaruoi, - --
. . . .k.tfTntr thrnt in the par-
jjonk Coot acteJ as SvWU Claus
.. .irihnird the presents.
ISmiU had each drawn tv names
a sack and Dougni appropi -
il ff the persons who -Mf
f 1 Kntlr nA dancine ft2rnii.hea
Ln'umr-' tfcrouhout the oening.
bTfaiA Hoffman gave a wedding
Sarsrajy afternoon in honor of
fttece Corlew who will be mar
ine afternoon of Christmas day to
8 Harper ot Norman, uut
tnt a dozen cuests. Miss Emma
1" ih entertained at luncheon Sat-
b honor of Miss Corlew.
Corlew is a graduate ol the Uni-
of Missouri and is at present
r is Colombia High School. Air.
leaches at the University of Okla
The wedding will take place Sat-
liicmooc at the Christian Church.
irifl be at home at Norman, Okla.,
tie fcu of the year.
- 1,Mh Rnnt and Miss Ella 'Wheel.
h vn leave tomorrow for Wichita.
Llo spend th holiday.
1 firTcttn Sneneer. who is teacl
it T,ttm Millikin Univeraitv. Deca
, will arrive tomorrow to spend
EpencCT, 207 Edgewood avenue.
with her mother. Mrs. Eliza.
1 Eugene Hume and son, lack, of
. HL arrived Saturday to spend
Uvs with Mrs. Hume's mother.
llaftrcaret Ehea in the Dumas
Lud Mrs. D. D. Craft of Chicago,
: arrive Thursday to spend the
1 with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Sykes,
if J. L Merram, 204 Edgewood ave-
ned at 1 o clock luncheon
rr, for Mrs. Herman Schlondt who
L'ta, 1 for France to stay two. years.
f decorations were red and green
memoranda books were the
t'-Jt ihe close of the-luncheon' a
nnriate steamer gifts was pre-
lt the gnest of honor. Those
it- were- Mrs. Herman Schlondt,
: R. Htvlrlck; Mrs. C W. Greene,
f. S. Williams, Mrs. A. W. Taylor.
eth" Spencer, Mrs. 1. T. Ior-
. 0. R. Johnson and Mrs. H. O.
1 Agnes HeiW. who has been
5 domestic science at uouna lake,
ita. returned W her home In Co-
jesterday, to spend the holidays
parents alr- oa -"" J -
s Beta Thrta Pi fraternity gave a
19 party for its mernners late
. MM;n 1I1 rhaDter house.
itlnr wtrn used as decora-
fssd there was a large Christmas
"Wen with presents. me pits,
a were tors, were given to poor chil-
m.-A. ItInVV, of Bismarck.
rrit-t in Cnlnmhia SundlV tO
the Christmas holidays with her
, Mr. and Mrs. 5. Hedrick, mi
visit in Columbia,,
MrS. Ffpd TVflrinf- -Urtu, 1,,, tiMn ,t.a
truest of Miss Laura M.itthw, left twt,
for a Tiait in Santa Fe, N. M.
Miss Ella Wheeler Smith of nJ,,l
O. arrived Satnrdav in iit Mi kAA
Root, 915 University avenue.
XT!, Plititt. n:u...jtrL. ri.j
Deacy entertained for their classes at the
can Beauty roses were placed at each
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' Miss Ethel Wylder, a sister of Mrs.
Dan G. Sane, will arrive from Jackson- j
lille, 111, this week to visit in Columbia. I
R. O. T. C. students leaving school may
sell their clothing receipts to C C Tuck
er or"Norris Sampson, 1211 E. Broadway,
Phono 66. S94
New Table Damask Will
Enhance the Christ
So many housewives have allowed their linen siipply
to run very low, because of the former high prices of lin
ens. Now, with the greatly reduced prices every chest
can be well stocked again, and there is no better time to do
so than before the holiday season, or to assist in this re
stocking by presenting linens as gifts.
Extra heavy pure linen satin damask', 72 inches wide,
is offered at the very Special price of $4.50. the yard.
All linen damask, 70 inches wide, is priced at $2 the
A most excellent quality of linen weft heavy satin
damask is offered at S2.95 the yard.- .-"-"
Mercerized. dainaskris-priced atSl theyard: - -
Extra heavy imported highly mercerized satin da
.mask, 72,incheswide, is $1.95 theyard.
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Derryvale pure Irish linen tablecloths and naipkins are
the supreme choice of linens. The.'cloths, 70 by 70 inches,
are 16.75, and 70 by 88 inches are $22.95. Napkins
22 by 22 inches are priced at $18.95 the dozen,
A towel is a gift that is always appreciated. There
are fancy embroidered huck and turkish towels trimmed
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hi wnue or cotors, aim uiso uic luwcts oi iinen uatnasK.
These are priced at 75c to $2.
Silk, Fibre and
Of course you are aware of the high grade
shirts we carry and you will bc'astohishcd at
the low prices we are offering.
Silk Shirts as low as $6.00
Fibres as low as - $3.50
Madras as low as - $1.25
If it is a shirt jou are looking for and you
,want the value as well as price shop here.
The largest lines of useful holiday gifts in
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For Your Choice
How nice a box of Chocolate Sh'op Candy
would be for her.
fc.' re have them in any size you want-
. if "Sffe will be 'glad to send it out on Christ-
r mas Day. Orders will be received now.
Tavern Drug Store
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WTten the family gathers cozily indoors on these
crisp Winter nights, that's the time one yearns for
the voice of a famous singer, the car pleasing mel
ody of a band or orchestra or the tuneful measure
of the dance.
The marvelous natural and life-like tones, artistic
cabinet design and thorough Grafonola excellence
will quickly convince you of the superiority of our
Truly the Columbia Grafonola is a welcome addi
tion to the home at Christmas time. May we in
terest you in our selection.
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THE automobilist appreciates good gaso- . '
line most when he steps on the throttle
and notes the efficiency in performance
of his engine blueprint efficiency alone
means little to him.
Knowing this, the Standard Oil Company
(Indiana) has devoted much of its energy to
the development of a motor gasoline which
not only stands the grueling test of research
laboratories, but which has proved its effi
ciency in thousands of cars operated under
every-day road and weather conditions.
The Company has studied the needs of the
motorist at first hand, and has developed Rerl
Crown, its motor gasoline, to a point where it
meets exactly the needs of the automobile en
gine operating under conditions obtaining in the
Middle West. t
The efficiency of Red Crown symbolizes the
spirit which animates the Company as a whole
in its endeavor to. render an intelligent, efficient
service to the.public generally.
The tremendous increase in the number of auto
mobiles and trucks from 1,253,000 in 1914 to
7,459,507 in August, 1920, has made more ap
parent than ever (he absolute necessity of a com
prehensive; dependable system of distribution.
The development of such a system has changed
from something merely desirable to something
vitally necessary. The best gasoline in the world is
useless if you cannot get it when you want it
Every step from refining to final delivery is of
such importance to the Standard Oil Company
(Indiana) that its interest never abates until its
gasoline is delivering maximum motor mileage; -until
its lubricating oils are helping do the
work of the vorld to the satisfaction of the
The greatly increased yield of gasoline which
this Company has been able to recover from,
the crude obtainable has been accomplished
without sacrifice of quality.
Red Crown and Polarine performance are the best
proofs of Standard Oil Company (Indiana) service.
Standard Oil Company
910 So. Michigan Ave., Chicago
Above Ali-A Man's Gift
': Should Be Practical
Mail's a practical mortal to please him, your gift must be (practical.
Under the. heading of practical gifts, shoes take first place-r-specially
when a collection like ours assures getting exactly the' kind he likes.
Sec our special line of Men's Shoes at
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What Could You Enjoy More
This Christmas Than Candy
. ' A box of our candy is always a
gift of joy to those who receive it
BeauU'fully designed boxe3 with
carefully selected "Sweets" natur
Our stock of home-made candies
is one of the best that we have eVer..
had. We have all kinds of stick
candy including candy canes for
the "Kiddies" Christmas Stocking.
. Jimmie's College Inn ;ll
"The Home of Better Confections" . ' 'r 't H
Liberty Kandy Kitchen - SSsM
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