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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1922
News of Columbia Society
Society editor's telephone, 320. Please ROBERTSOX-VAX IIORX
,11 between 9 and 12 o'clock. EXGAGEMEXT JXXOUXCFD
The encasement of Miss Frank hob-
EAR1. CORllOX MARRIES aUon u( Kanas Gtj to JSobrrt Van
MISS MILDRED EVERLY um ,,f Independence. M... was made
Tlir wedding uf Earl Cordon and IU,;C jterday. The wedding will take
Mi Mildred Kvcrly tool, place Satur.j ( ar(. ;n KansJS City JVovcmher A. Mis
day. evening at the Ii-nr of the bride'-1 KoLertson was graduated from the
parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Evcrl), 718
Mifouri avenue. TIic reremony wa-ieiferm-d
b Or. W. 0. Shcwraalcr.
The bride wore an eiuiite while t-
gumi aim carricu a ut w
School of Journahem of the University
of Missouri last pring and wa a mem
ber of Kappa Alpha 'Tbeta and Th-ta
Sigma Plil sororities and alo of Kap
pa Tau Alpha, honorar) journalistic
1326 Wilson avenue, returned jelcrday
from a visit with her mother at Fayette.
Miss 'Mary McFarland, a student in the
Unhersity, has returned from a week-end
trip to Mexico, Mo, where she visited
her parent-, -Mr. and .Mrs. Fra.ik McFar
.Mr. and Mrs. V. II. llulen, 620 North
Third street, hate lud as their guests
Mr. Will Carter of Hickory Grove.
book and a --hotter houijuel of lilies f Ifralernitv. Mr. Van Horn also attended
llit valley. The attendants were .Miss
Mary Gordon, a -i-ter of the bridegroom.
who wore fleli-coloreil satin ami car-
the University, and was a member of
jip Delia Tau Delia fraternity.
rie.1 pink roses; and Tom Everlv. 2! Mi-s Lourena Drown of Kansas Utyi
1.....I... .. .1- l,r,.lr. Mendelssfdm's a gue-t at the Alpha Pin house. .Miss
INC O....C. ....-." ,- - - - . ,,-...
wadding march wa- played b) .Mi-' :ra ' lirown wa grauuaieu irom me ulu..
llan-lx.rough. and Mr-. Lucilc Adams, las', year. ,
sang, "Oh I'romise Me.- j Mf anJ yUf ,. T Jaco, ra,rrla;nrj
ILc !.u-e was beautifully '"' j lhc 0f ,,e .lfha Delta Pi soror
will, palms ard cut flowers A ' ! iIK an,i olIl.r uc., at t!.c:r suburban
,-ourse upir was siwl after the .-,. j ' SunJ rninF.
iling. and the couple left a! oner lr
Chicago. The bride's traveling suit wasj TJi- Alpha Delia Pi Sorority announces
dark blue, with a cor-age of pink rose-; ,e pledging of Mi-s El-ie Rowland Proc
lud and lilies of the wllev. j ter of Independence, Mo.
Mr-. Goiduii is a graduate of ll-e l'ni-1 .
ver-itv. hating received her 11. S. in Those who had reservations at Crnmney
Education in 1917. She ha, taught for Corner Sunday evening were: Miss Ma
two vears in the high !..! at Evan- W Uont "d 1$ " P1
villrlnd. M,c ha man) friends adJlm Huconer and Miss Helen Toomay;
acquaintances in Columbia. -Mrs S. K '''j,11"1' d?r'
Mr. Gordon received his degr.e fr"ml C,c-,ng and Herbert Ubr.ng; jer
the School of llusiness and Public Ad-jO Sift: Kalph I.eed and M.ss Cladjs
mlni-lratiin in J9J0, ami is at prc-ent ,Mck....cj.
the V M. C . secretary -at Grand" memh, r p,; l!cU p; medical
Kapids Mich. After a hort wedding fH,fnl;t) IirI initiation at the chapter
trip the couple will be at home in tha' ( h(lIce Saturday ni-ht for John' Currence,
r IRMI101SE F.,TERTAIXS
KITH II.IYKIDE S4TURD4Y
The Fannlnue fraternity entertained
with a lia ride Saturday evening. The
following were guests: Lourena Brown,
Frances Hudson, Catherine Howell,
of Tiffon, Ohio. Mr. Curmice left Sun
day afternoon for St. Louis t continue
his study of medicine at St. Louis University.
Dinner guests at the Chi Omega house
I Sunday were Miss Dorolhv Kauchcr, Lu
cille Pauley, Marie Weisenbaum. Orian
.Marian Clinton. .Margaret Hoggs Mary Johnson, Chillicnthe. Mo.; Ruby Dill Hu-
Kedford. Virginia Walkins Agnes Thum- Ic-.t, Hallsulle; Dave Stutcsman, Mireve-j.-r.
Dorothy Downing, Zilpha Lewis, pert. La.; and Bob Sdiuetle, St. Louis.
Alice Thompson, Lulu Moss Bobnelt,
si ,- . c r ! I;C -Miss Margaret Miller of the Kappa
Mar Gentn, Mary Suan L-tcs, Lois - . . - i .i .
... " . . . ... , -n,, ricio! Kappa Gamma lau-c entertained the
Chamberlain, Margaret Ihoma-, fcl'ie ?
ii t- i c .. c.r.i, ll;-lnt- Mowing guests at a luncheon at the
Pr.K.tor, tvalyn Sutton, Sarah Hickok, - " n ..
.Miss Jennie llockaday will leave Fri
day morning for Washington, D. L
niter., die ill kiifml the winter as a
student in tlie Martha Wa-hingtoii Sem
inary at Oakolale.
SI'XDAY DIXXER GUESTS
AT MATERXITY HOUSES
The dinner gui-sts at the various fra
ternity liou-es yesterday were:
Alpha Taa Omega Catherine Wheel
er, Ada l'anish, Ed Marshall and Mr.
Beta Theta Pi Mr. and Mr-. 15. II.
Gray and Mi-s Exie Gray, Mr-. V. T.
Stephenson, Catherine Bell, Mary
Shutz and .Mrs. K. L. Crai?.
Phi Delta Theta Gladys Hoax, Le
ila Wood ami .Maud McAfee.
Delta Tau Delta Dorothy Morris
Djroth) John-ton, Virginia Kcid, Chris
tina Patl, Eleanor Harrington, ind Fe.-ol
Kappa Alpha Catherine Ware, Louise)
Dudley, Catherine Blantun and Helen j
Zeta Beta Tau Mr. and Mrs. Max
Meycrlurdt and Harold Mcycihardt of,.
Jeffer-on City and Dr. and Mrs. M. P..
ii Kappa Aloha Olivia Noel, Besset
Britov and Katherine Bojtrite.
Farmhouse ElizaLeth Estes, Lourena .
Broun and Mary Lee Simp-on. 1
Phi Gamma Delta Margaret Kincella.
Cladjs McKinley, Lieut, and Mis Paul'
Kcllog and Oscar W. Newman of Co-1
lumbu-, Ohio. j
Sigma Nu Marie Gurlej, .Mr. and
Mrs. Casteel and Mrs Gcrber.
were Mrs. John A. Cook, John Philip
llamcl'and Lewis Lyda.
Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Cotton and their
daughters. Mioses Alma, Mabel and Caro
line Cotton returned Saturday from a
short motor trip to Marshall, where they
Dr. Ida ltohannon entertained Friday
evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F.
F. Stephens in honor of the Christian Col
lege girls of the M. E. Church. There
were twenty-eight guests
An open bouse for Epi-copal stu
dents was held at the Parish House frum
f until 7:30 o'clock last evening. There
will be a dance at the Parish hou'e
Friday evening for Episcopal students.
Sigma Chi will entertain Thursday
evening with a farewell dinner in honor
of Miss Jennie Hockaday, who will Icve
Friday morning for Washington, D. C-,
where she will be in school.
Mr and Mrs. rthur Buchrorder and
Mrs. Ida Freet motored to iioonville yes
Krila). They visited their sons, Henry
Freet acil J John Arthur Buchroeder, who
are attending Kemper Military Academy.
the Country Club, will.be Mrs. J. E. Fair
bairn, Mrs. A. Fredcndall, Miss Frances
Hunt, and Miss Elizabeth Estes.
Mrs. A. G. Spencer and her son, Mid
shipman Richard Spencer, 502" Rollins
street, returned last evening from a motor
trip to Fayette.
Mr. and Mrs. N. II. Hickman have re
turned to their home on Hubbell's Drive
after a visit of three weeks with Mr. and
Mrs. Itudd Hoard of Ardmorc, Okla.
The Delta Tau Delta fraternity will en
ttTtain with an informal dance at the
chapter house Friday.
Mr. William II. Grant will enter
tain with a bridge and informal tea at
the home of Mrs. E. C Clinkscales next
Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
1215 E. Broadicay
Miss lichen Mitchell will entertain with
two tables of bridge at 2:30 Wednesday
afternoon. Miss Jean Bright will be the
Frances Turk. Ruth Beaven. Gladvs Mc
Lain, Ccrtrudc Martin, Mary Lee Simp
son. Crnevra Bcluood, Ruth Wcedfall.
Amber Sloner. Mildred Campbell, Esther
Bebout. Mary Underwood. Parilee Stew
art. Irene lrescn, Grace McCormick, Marv
Vrnatta and Rua Wil-on.
Mr. and Mr-. Robert I. Simp-on were
."(;0;rr. tTERT l
l)l.ER CUESTS AfAD IV
The fellowin were dinner guc-t- at the
soiorit) bouses s.unJaj :
Alpha Delia Pi-Mrs. R. M. Handv,
Mis- Mjbel Ruth Band) ard Miss Willie
Delia Cammi Mr. and Mrs. James
William-, Jlrs. R. Bvar- of Kanas Gty
snd Mi-s Dri- Bvars.
Chi Omega Mi Marie Weis-enborn
and Mis- Lucille Pauley.
Phi Mu Mr. and Mrs R. K. Walkins
' and Mi-s Jcanette Waidin
Alpha Gamma Delia Mi-s Lillian Wil.
son, Girtrude Martin, Anne Goodwin,
Carol; n Shcetz and Dr. anil Mrs Max
Gamma Phi Beta Mrs C II. Williams
end Mr. and Mrs. S. I. Langmaid.
MISS SPEXCER CII'ES
JIRWGE FOR MISS BRIGHT
Mi-s Elizabeth Spencer was hostess at
a bridge party thi- afternoon in honor of
Mi-s Jean Bright, whose wedding will
take place in a few day.
The guests included: Mr. Horace Mc
Kim, Mrs. Pierce Nicdermcjer, Mrs.
Turner Clinkscale, Mrs. Uu-sell Clink
svles; Mis-cs Helen and Frances
Mitihell, Margaret Fithian, Jane Rod
gtrs, Eltanor Tavlor. Mary Allen, Fran
es Hunt Elizabeth Estes Katherine Con
lev, Exic Gray, Catherine Ware, Maxinc
Christopher, Gladvs Houi, Marian Hum
feld. Margaret Lewis and Elizabeth
AG FACULT) STIVES
HAVE FALL PI CMC
Approximately thirty members of the
Ag Faculty Wives Club were entertained
with a picnic at the home of Mrs. F. F.
Miller, 309 Hicks avenue, Saturday even
ing. A fall picnic is given annually bj
members of the club.
The club will hold its first regular
miding October 18. at the home of Mrs.
1- A. Weaver, 1301 Wilson avenue. Mrs.
W. J. Bobbins is in charge of ihc play
reading which will be part of the pro
gram. MRS. E. G. SIEVEKIXG
CII'ES SEITLSG PARTY
Mrs. E. G. Sieveking cntTtai.-d Sat
urday afternoon at her home on. Bjuchelle
avenue in honor of her guest, Mrs. C W
Sieveking of New Albany, lnd. Thep3rty
was informal, mot of the guests doinf
sewing and other fancy work during th
afternoon. The guests were Mrs. Sieve
king, Mrs E. A. Trowbridge, Mrs. Earl
Henderson. Mrs. J. M. Allen, .Mrs. R. P.
Hnley. Mr. Wavjand Ford, Mr. Mack
M. Jones and Mrs. J. S. Dentnn.
Chimney Corner Saturday: Mrs. O. B.
Ware, Mrs. B. J. Dangerfield, Dean Eva
Johnston. Mrs Margaret Chamberlain.
Mrs. J. S. Branham, and Mi's Mance
Mis- Olive Miller spent the week-end
with her si-ler, Mrsi, 1L II. Picpmcier, in
JefTerson City. Her brother, Louis A.
Miller, who was graduated from the
School of Lav. in 1918. Ma- there from
Dr. ami Mrs. Frank C: De.nncy enter
tained .with a card partj:Sa.urrlay- even
ing. The gucts were Dr. and Mrs A. E.
Steams. Margaret Moore. Lorraine Pen
nington. Delphina Morris and Bryan Carter.
Mrs. William II. Grant will entertain
her friend- with a card party Thursday
afternoon at the home of her sister, Mrs.
E. C Clinkscales, Mrs. Grant will return
to her heme in Kansas City about Octo
Mrs. J. E. Thornton will entertain at
bridge in honor of Miss Jean Bright at
3 o'clock next Friday afternoon.
Mrs. W. II. Crant. who has spent the
summer with her si'ter, .Mrs. E. C
Clinkscales, will leave for Kansas Gty
Mrs. C F. McVcy of the Dumas
Apartments will entertain tonight with
two tables of bridge.
Miss Ruth DeLce, a student in the Uni
irrs.it, scnt the witk-end in Kansas
Gty with her father, W. G. DeLce.
Miss Lorena llrown, of Kan-as City, is
v:-iting at the Alpha Phi bouse this wrek.
Mi-s Brown attended the University last
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Boschert r Dunce
ton, were the week-end guc-J.s of their
daughter, Mrs. W. L. Nelson. 1309 Wilson
Sigma Phi Epsilon Alma Ragland
Corrine Burress, loni De Vault and Hazel
Phi Kappa Psi Mary Lee of Rowling
Green, Mo., Frances Duysing, Virginia;
Gardner, Helen Horn, Alice Simms, Dor-j
othy Cope, Shirley Welch. Ernest Thie-'
mcer of St. Louis and Mr. Pal Cowan
(of Mobile, Ala. j
COUNTRY CLUB GUESTS '
AT DIiXERSUXI).4Y j
There were several dinner parties at
the Country Club jestcrday evening. t
Midshipman Richard and Mr. Harold !
I)j) had a; their guests .Miss Elizabeth '
Spencer and Mi-s Virginia Gardner, i
Mi-s Effic Craham entertained the fol
lowing guest: Miss Lois Day, Miss Vera
Drillingham. Mis Alice Adams Miss
Margaret Chiles Miss Ruth Lenox and J
Mr. Robert Rogers. t
At other tables were Mr. Joeph Thorn-1
ton and Miss Laura Clark and Mr. Louis
Rjrnett and Miss Catherine Ware.
; Hostesses for Ladies Da tomorrow, at
24 S. 9th.
Wall Paper, Painting,
Old Floors made new
Phone 1G91 White
Auto Radiator Repair
All work guaranteed.
In Cook Bros. Garage,
on North Seventh
I iaiuiJ j
Use H. P. Flour
Enjoy. Better Bread
No food is more satisfying and wholesome than
home baked bread, especially when H. P. Flour is used
in the making.
Because it is in such great demand all grocers sell
II. P. flour or Phone 9.
Boone County Milling and
Makers of RED RING Feeds
Mr. ami Mrs. W. F. Shipley of 601
Sanford place have had as their guests
Mr and Mrs Wc-lev Mas and Mr. and
Mrs. W. S. Shiplev of Hallsville.
Mrs. II. E. Stephenson and children of
Kodaks and supplies,
and enlarging. Twenty
four hour service. Ko
daks for rent
109 S. Ninth Street
We have something
worth while in ivory
goods, regular $1.50
and $2 values, 98c.
109 S. Ninth Street
And York Imperial
For sale at the toward
Orchard, six miles south.
Just west of University
Good sound apples 50c bu.
First class cider apples,
20c per bu.
J. T. Howard
Mrs. Sallie Ldia, 203 College avenue,
entertained with a dinner at the Rroad- j
more Inn Sundav evening. The guests
L. C. JAUNCEY, D. C.
Room 13, Haden Bldg.
Res 731 Black Office 1518
One Hundred Years Ago
Schoolboys hunting among the leaves for apples
which had lain on the ground all winter first
called the attention of the owner to the tree now
known as "York Imperial."
Today this apple is a favorite over much of the
"First for Flavor" York Imperials
Because they have received the best of care since
the time the trees were planted, assure you ex
cellent keeping qualities as well as flavor.
York Imperials and Ganos
Are now on sale at the orchard for 50c per bushel.
Culls, 25c per bushel. Bring baskets or sacks.
of all kinds.
bought and sold
Ground floor Phone 259
There Are All
Kinds of Lines
lint thut right?
But there are, painted on the
south sidewalk on Broadway,
some lines that lead you
into Jimmie's where you can
get an honest to goodness meal
for a moderate price under the
most sanitary conditions and
with the ljest of sevrice.
Jimmie's College Inn
!" ' .""'"
Saleswoman Wanted ,
Experienced saleswoman in
either ready-to-wear or dry
goods. Address box "K" care
Missourian, giving experience
and references. i
Make yourself a parly dress or perhaps you need a suit
or top coat. You can make these while you take a
course in practical sewing. Special arrangements made
-- Ladies' Tailoring College J
LEARN TO DANCE
At Pemberton Hall
Mrs. Jameson, Instructor
Assisted by the best dancers in the University. Private
lessons only, no classes.
Phone 626 for appointment.
Do You Know?
Fall offers a magnificent opportunity for planting all the
Hardy Ornamental Shrubs, Peonies, Iris, Climbing
Roses and Vines
Peonies in particular should have your immediate attention. Good
varieties of great merit are now available at a nominal cost. I have a fine
and valuable list.
Iris offer a widely different range of color and even a greater variety
of type and season of flowering than Peonies. I am offering many new
and beautiful varieties. Hardy Ornament Shrubbery adds greatly to the
beauty and value of your property. Will be glad to advise and help you
arrange your shrubbery planting.
Prepare plans for planting Dutch Bulbs, such as Daffodils, Jonquils,
Hyacinths, Tulips, Lilies, Crocus, Frecsias, etc.
Paper White Narcissus for planting in bowls of water, sand and gravel
for Thanksgiving and later blooming, should be planted now.
Phone or call for my New Fall Catalog, covering all
Office and Sakvs Room at 12 North 9th St.
J. W. Bernard
This is the time of the year when
the morning and the evening makes
it known that one must have a wrap.
The coat that you buy must be
right for now and lateYon in the sea
We are showing a large range of
styles, Blouses or Belted as well as
the straight lines and Sports Models,
in the wanted materials of Fashona,
Velverette, Normandy, Bolivia and
Valouer. Fur trims of Caracul,
Beaver, Fox, Wolf, Neutra and
Beverette. Also are to be found the
plain and Mannish coats.
All are specially priced .
$16.75 to $79.50
School Coats for
the Little Miss
Her taste must be considered
and she also wants a coat that is
in style and that has that "Com
fy" for her trip to school these
Our Children's Coats 2 years to
14 years and priced
$5.95 to $19.95
"From the Maker to the Wearer"