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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1922
News of Columbia Society
c,Vv editor's telephone. 320. Please
tall between 9 end 12 o'clock.
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The Pan Hellenic guest list
.:,. houses for tomorrow
Alpha Chi Omega-MaJine Chri-t-,Pher,
Fhoebe Louise Wright and Kose.
.UI White from the Kappa Kappa Gam
ma house; Mildred Walker, yueen DlyNER F0R
Smith and MV Ke.lford from the 1 1 M THOMAS
fleta Phi house. Prof. S. R. Hradcn nitcrtained with a
Alpha Phi Be- mitli, .Mar) ter- jjnnrr at j,js ,ome ,,;s evening in fionor
,l,hne Holmes and Enger Ilillix fromlof Dr D Thoma.
lln. M,i Mil house; Thelma Whale), The Ruev9 !ncIlllie,i: prc.;j(, j. a
Mary Houl and Ernestine Adams irm1J(mps Dcan Xah William., Dean Walt
way, 307 McBaine avenue, were married
at 8 o'clock last night by the Rev. A. W.
Pasley at the home of the bride's parents.
A supper was served after the ceremony
at which only the immediate relatives of
the bride and groom were present.
The bride also celebrated her seven
teenth birthday )esterday.
The couple will make their home on a
farm wet of Columbia.
.1,. Tlii Omeia buue
Gamma Phi Iieta-Florence Mci-ner,
Agnes Thum-er and Helen Morrow from
the Alpha Chi Omega house; Edith
Hammock, Mabel Me-icV. and Lorine
Jacob- from the Alpha Camma Delta
r. i. rmm Margaret Hudson.
TheodoMa Snyder and Frances Petbick Bridge Club, w
from the Alpha Phi hou-; Mary Stall- j evening bv Dr.
cr Miller, Dean F. M. Tisdel, Dean E.
J. McCau'lland, Dr. a A. Ellwood, Dr.
Ji. L. Ramsa), the Iiev. W. 0. Shew
makcr and Dean W. C Gibb.
BRIDGE CI.UIS lipLDS
At the meeting of the Rollins Street
hich was entertained last
anil Mrs. Stanlev Smilli.
Enger Hdl'X and Elizabeth Ageeilc lajies prize a awarded to Mrs.
from the Phi Mu house, jjohn Syke-, while .Mr. Syke won the
Pi Beta Phi Hazel Mclntvre, Irma , meI1s prize. An extra table of guest
Ucwyer and Atline mnii iruru me r.ai.
Pa Alpha Thcta house; .Martha llodg
on, Loui-e Bo-tian and Helen Heiser
from the Delta Gamma house.
Alpha Gamma Delta Leona Miller.
Agnes Thuroer and Helen Morrow;
Cornelia Compton, Marian Mcintosh
from the Kappa Kappa Gamma house.
Phi Mn Elizabeth I pton. Lucille
reek and Helen Mengle from the Alpha
vita Pi house; Ernestine Adams,
Margaret Garner and Mildred Dean
i tl. Thi Omesa houe.
aii rMt, Pi Amv Xell Walker,, g'nia College
Man- Winchester and Kullt Evans from
the Delta Delta Delta house; Margaret
Huston. Cladys .McMnley anu
Corhin from the Camma Phi
was composed of Misses Elizabeth Spen
cer and Dorothy. Logan, and Midshipmen
Richard Spencer and Frank Monroe, Jr.,
of Sedalia, Mo. Midshipman Spencer
won the gue-t's prize.
OMa, lias been the guest ol Mrs. A. W.
Kampschmidt, 1304 Broadway, for
several days. Mrs. Kampschmidt enter
tained for her yesterday with a small
luncheon at Harris. There were ten
The Alpha Kappa Kappa fraternity
gave a smoker last night at the chapter
houe for all pre-medics in the Univer
sity. Oland D. Russel, who has been visiting
at the Alrha Tau Omega house left today
for his home in St. Joseph, Mo.
The Acacia fraternity will entertain
with an informal dance Friday evening
at the chapter house.
Mrs. Jonas Vile, 5H Rollins street,
will entertain the Women's Auxiliary of
the Calvary Episcopal Church at 3 o'clock
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Demetcr, Mr. and
Mrs. R. P. Lyons, Mrs Gus Maffrey, and
August Maffrey of Macon, Mo, were the
week-end guc-ts of Clara Denuter and
Rachel Maffrey of WrMi Hall.
The Women's Athletic Association of
the University will give a picnic Thurs
day afternoon. All members of the organ
ization who wish to attend will meet at
the Women's Gymnasium in Jesse Hall at
MNs Sarah Stcenbergen and Miss Cath
erine Stcenbergen will leave Thursday for
Roanoke, Va., where they will spend the
winter. Miss Sarah Stcenbergen, who
has been a special student in the Univer
sity, will teach house furnishing, ad-
jvanced sewing and dre design ill Vir-
Mis Catherine isteen-
bergen will be enrolled as a student
there. They will spend a few days on the
Emily i way as the guests of Dr. John II. Steen-
Beta ' uergen oi Huntington, . Va.
1 Dr. L. M. Defoe, Dr. I). S. Conlcy, and
Dr. Dan G. Stine arc hosts at the Hound
Table dinner tonight B. F. Lcngficld of
New Orleans is a guest.
Pi Beta Phi held formal initiation last
j night for: Misses Ruth livelier, Christine
Clark, Helen Hill and .Mildred Walker.
Mrs. Louis Cook of Louisville, Ky., is
visiting her father and mother, Mrs. T.
W. Whittle, of 1400 Bass avenue.
Hyatt and Forest
iif Favette, were
i i .
flou T- w , i -Vllss
Kappa Kappa Oamma-r-uici .- Ferguson
field. Kutn wiener anu ..(.."- " married in Mobcrly lat Saturdaj. .Mr.
cr from the Pi Beta Ph. house; Hazel f Unierei re.
Mclntvre, Sallie Love Ban.s and Crace i R & he rf .
Duysing from the Kappa Alpha Inetai d ,,ublic.Adn,il,i!tralio1 ,a.t Jear He
0115e- , r m I i-a member of the Alpha Tau Omega fra-
ai Omeca Crace walker, Dovie -Ic-' ., , . . . ,.
l uaiej.d v" , , ... ternity. The couple will live in Kansas
Tmnsk and Fern Brooks from the Alpha . ,, . .
imon, anu it"i " City wliere .Mr. Bell has a position with
Delta Pi house. j ,,,,. iroclor & Gamble Soap Co.
Delta Delta Delta Emily Corbin, r
Lois Maupin, Glads McKinley from George Berry and Ted McDcrnund.
the Gamma Phi Beta hou-e; Edith Ham-, students in the University la't year and
mock, Georgia Jennings and Ruth Cook members of the Sigma AIpln Epsilon
from the Alpha Gamma Delta houc. i fraternity, sent the week-end in Colum-
bia befoic departing for Princeton.
where they will go to school this fall.
Both live in Kansas City.
Mrs. Harold E. Gates, who is the guest
of her sifter, Mrs. O. S. McOnath), is
leaving tomorrow for Iict home in San
Mrs. N. J. Givan has moved from 113
South ninth street to 1316 Bass avenue.
Herman Wighells rcturncvl to his home
in Lexington today. He has been visiting
his sister, Mis Annie Belle Wighells at
the Alpha Gamma Delta house.
IN AGRICULTURE .MEET
Veterans' Bureau Explains Project
Training Talks Given by
About 150 men attended an informal
meeting called by the Veterans' Bureau
last night for the purpose of explaining
project training to the vocational stu
dents in agriculture who arc eligible for
W. W. Lewelling. supervisor of agri
cultural training in the Iinth District,
made a short talk on the relation of the
Veterans' Bureau to the trainee on pro
ject training. lie discussed the reasons
why the present plan of project training
is in operation, and the length of time
that a student might expect aid from the
government afltr he leaves school on a
F. B. Mumford, dcan of the College
of Agriculture, made the next talk and
told of the relation of the University to
project training. He told why a founda
tion of university training is iiece-ary
to a man before he goes out and tries
to farm without having gained the ex
Following Dcan Mumford's talk, P.
II. Ross told the men how they could
best co-operate with their county agent.
Dan Steckdaub. a vocational student
in the University, told wliat he expected
his training to do for him.
Otto Ernst, a former student in the
College of Agriculture, who is now out
on project training, told what his pro
ject training was meaning to him.
Ernst is now successfully operating a
farm of his own.
George F. Reeves assistant supervisor
of agricultural training in the Ninth
District, made the final talk of the ev
ening. He told about some of the men
who are out on their own farms, ami
what the Veterans Bureau expected
of the men after they had finished their
M. R. Murrav, local co-ordinator for
the Veteran's Bureau acted as chairman
of the meeting.
The Alpha Tau Omega fraternity will
entertain with a dinner dance at the
chapter house tomorrow evening.
The Sigma Nu fraternity announces
' the pledging of Hugh OWeil of Webb
Ladies Day at the Country Club today
was unu-ually well attended de-pite rainy . jrs. Lj.'ia C Tildcn, and her daugh
ter, ,vns vv inured liiiicn, who nave Iiecn
the guests of Dean and Mrs. Walter Mil
ler, 1516 Wilson avenue, left yesterday on
a motion trip lo'their home in Ames, la
Miss Tilden wdi resume her work as di
rector of the physical education depart
, ment of Iowa State College at Ames.
Mrs. A. J. Estes entertained Mrs. W. T.
Band; and Mrs. William Taylor of Roan
oke, Va, Mrs. John N. Taylor, Mi's
Eleanor Taylor and Mis, Elizabeth E'tcs.
i i .... ..f Trc V T. nMilrv
... Mrs. E. II. Guitar. Mrs . E. C
nmVsrales. Mrs Turner ClinWales, and
Mrs. R. L. Grant. t Welch Hall, University women's dormi
Mrs. A. W. Kampschmidt entertained I lory on Stewart roid, will hold open
The first party of W. S. G. A. will be
Sheld at Welch Hall from t to 6 o'clock
Friday afternoon. The party will be in
the nature of an autumn fete, anil vari
ous surprises are promised. All Univer
. sitv women arc invited to attend this par
' ty. Misses Margaret Houston, Marjorie
i Ilarhaugh, and Elizabeth Agee are mak
t ing all plans for the afternoon.
several guests in honor of Mrs. Gertrude
E. Buckeley of Poteau, Okla.
house for University- men next Friday
evening from 9 to 12 o'clock. The pur-
.Mrs. G. R. Summers had as her guest, ' po-c is to enable the new girls to meet
Mrs. Louis Cook, of Louisville, Ky. other students. This opens the winter
Mrs. E. R. Richardson was the guest1 social season for Welch Hall, the next
of Miss Pearl Mitchell. I ,,cm ng a arl for all University
Mrs. Harold E. Gates of San Domingo women.
was the guest of Mrs. James Gordon.
.Mrs. II. I. Bragg had as her guests.
Mrs. John Nowell and Mrs. Ben Now ell.
Miss Lura Lewis made reservation" for
The marriage of Miss Alice Marie
Champlin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Her
bert II. Champlin of Enid. Okla, to
Doyle W. Cotton, alc of Enid, took
rhce in that city last Thursday.
Mr. Cott'm was graduated from the
University in 1920. He was a member of
the Phi Delta Thcta fraternity and sever
al honorary organizations. He was stu
dent president his last year here.
Mr. and Mrs. Cotton will make their
home in Enid where Mr. Cotton is in
business with his brother, Cecil Cotton, j
also a graduate of the University.
Mrs. Gertrude E. Buckley of Toteau,
Y. W. Hoard Elects Officers.
Miss Nancy Taylor was elected chair
man of the advisory board at a joint
meeting of the Y. W. C A. cabinet ami
board at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon
at the home of Mrs. II. O. Severance, 116
Edgewood avenue. Mrs. Margaret
Chamberlain was chosen vice chairman
and Mrs. Samuel Braden secretary.
Other members of the lioard are Miss
Emma Cauthorn. Miss Margaret Miller,
.Mrs. J. A. Stewart and Mrs. II. O. Severance.
HISS SELVIDGE IS
CUEST AT LUNCHEOX
Miss Ella Dobbs gave a luncheon to
day for Mis, Minnie Selvidge of Kan-
II run lljf mill C llllll, HL Ill's: in ! '
of her brother. Prof. R. W. Selvidge.
1 lk Tl.. ....... ir i vi p r
uw feu:9is wnc. i lui, miu ,'ii-. 11. " -
Selvidge, Robert Henderson and Mrs.
Charles Ruter and Miss Helen Rittcr
of Junction Cty, Kan.
HISS ERMA T. MELLOWAY
AM) C. F. HALL MARRY
Clarence F. Hall, son of Mr. and Mrs.
B. F. Hall, and Mi-s Erma T. Melloway,
daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Mello-
We are open from 7
o'clock in the morning
until 6:30 o'clock at
night on week days,
and from 7 o'clock in
the morning until 10
o'clock at night on Sat
urdays for your con
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FOR WEDNESDAY SELLING
Ladies' Silk Hosiery
Colors Cocoa, Caramel, Otter,
Nickel, Black, White; sizes 8V2 to
10 and out sizes.
Exceptional wearing quality. The
heels and toes are reinforced, and
the soles are double. The tops are
double where the garter should
Prices for Wednesday 89c a pair
ANOTHER BIG FEATURE
FOR WEDNESDAY SELLING ,
IS ALL KINDS OF.
New Fall Umbrellas
Ranging in price from 98c up to 21.00 each.
All the new Fall Colorings and btyles.
HEAI. ESTATE TRANSFERS
1'erlie E. Tucker and wifc to Ira
Wall, parts Lots 17 and 18, Wellington
Cordon Subdivision of parts 7-18-12. in
Mary E. Hartley et al to Manlius T.
and Myra Watson. Northeast Quarter
of Southwest Quarter 4-18-13, J3.500.
W. J. Watson and wife to Mary E.
Hartley, Lot 3, F. C. Harris Subdivision
of North part Lot 7, Christian College
Addition, Gdumbia, 53,500.
Edward Gordon and wife to C A. G'lt
lle, Wilhite Addition, Columbia, $i230.
Mary E. Hartley a widow, to Mandy
EaIey et al, Lot 3, F. C. Harris Sub
division of Npt. Lot 7, Christian College
Addition, subject to life estate of
Mary E. Hartley, guardian and cur
ator of Wilford Hartley to Manlius T.
and Myra Watson, 14 interest in and to:
Northeast Quarter of Southwest Quar
ter 4-18-13, J350.
James W. Wilcocn and wife to Oak
Icy Nichols, Bond for deed to South
west Quarter of Northwest Quarter 13-16-13
and roadway, $900.
pies and baked ham
sandwiches are found.
15 South 9th
Phone 13 22 S. Ninth
Tenth Year Here
Elvira BIdg. Phone 353
Selling Old Magazines
Phone 392 Will Call
KLASS COM. CO.
Neatly and Quickly
We call for and deliver
Opening Wednesday, September 20.
Parties a Specially.
Tri-Weekly Dinners on Wednesdays,
Fridays and Sundays, from 6:00
to 7:30 reservations only.
Regular Luncheon from 11:30 to 1:30
Tea 2:00 to 5:00 Daily
202 South Ninth Street
SYNDICATE HUYS 226 SHIPS
Wooden Harces to He Dismantled
Br Vniltd Press.
St Fiumjsco, Sept. 19. America's
wooden ships numliering 226, built on tin-
Atlantic coast during the war under the
Government shipbuilding program, will
tc dismantled, sold as barges maybe a
few refitted for coastvi-e trade anil a lot
of them will be turned into junk.
25c Bottle of Refreshing
With every purchase of the big economical
50c tube of
KLENZO DENTAL CREME
Hopper-Pollard Drug Co.
The Rcxall Store
"Quality goes in before the name goes on"
Phone MM Haden Blilg.
"Watch the papers for date of our One Cent Sale
to be announced soon."
Ross-Kinloch Hat Shop
11 North Tenth Street.
Columbia, Mo., Sept. 19, 1922
Yesterday ive received a new
supply of hats with scarfs to match.
Colors red, orange, King's blue, tan
A nifty hand bag in Boarded
India, silk lined ivith vanity, mir
ror and card case. A good many
other bags for your inspection.
Aunt Alice and Inabel
At this season of the year value giving in coats
will be appreciated, for without the aid of the
manufacturing end, we would not be able to
offer the astounding values quoted.
Featuring for Wednesday only, Coats that were
made to sell
for $34.75 to $39.75
For Wednesday Only
The materials of Bolivia, Marvella, Normandy
and novelty weaves in styles of wrappy, belted
the flaring sleeves as well as the blouse models
are in the lot.
The fur trimmed garments in Raccoon, Caracul
A limited number of 12 coats so that it will
stand you in hand to be early.
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