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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1922 ,'.
News of Columbia Society
Society editor's telephone, 320. Please
call beltceen 9 end 12 o'clock.
Mrv J. S. Uranham and .Mrs. W. S.
liranham entertained informally tills af
ternoon with a tea at Parson's Studio. A
numlxrr of guutt were present for the"
program at i oclock. There were read
ins hy Mis Iva Mae Uuellen, an inter
j.rctalne dance by Utile Virginia McAl
e:rr, a local number by Mrs. C C Bw
J.nji and an interpretalhc dance by Mi
Fileen Lancaster. Light refreshments
were served late in the afternoon.
MISS HELEN MITCHELL
ENTERTAINS AT BRIDGE
Miss Helen .Mitchell entertained at her
home on West Bfoadwa) this afternoon
t nun a uwuc jun, iiiiiMut:iitai j iu
.Miss Jean Ilright. A light luncheon was
sencd after the ttridge.
The guels incloded: Mis Bright, Mrs.
FranL Rollins, Miss Frances Bright, Mrs.
Horace McKim. !Mis Elizabeth Bright,
Miss Elizabeth Srxncer, Miss Roy Bright,
Miss Catherine Ware, Miss Frances Hunt,
Mis Exie Cray. Miss Elizabeth Harris,
Miss Eleanor Taylor, Miss Elizabeth Etes
and Iis Frances Mitchell.
S1GU4 Pill EPS1I.OX
The Sigma Phi Epsllon fraternity viill
entertain with a dinner party this evening
for their pledges. The guests will be:
Corrine Uurrr., llazil McClure, Doie
Mclritetli, Nelle Simpson, Daisy Sweeney,
Christine ClarL, leanor Harrington. Jolci
abdlc Hunt, Helen Williams and Jose
C. IMPFIRE GIRLS
70 HAVE HIKE
The Campfire Girls are planning a
hike to McBaine next Saturdat. which
will include a picnic lunch on the way.
Tlf party i- in charge of Miss Mary Reed
end Miss Hazel Miller. The girls will
be accompanied b) Mrs. M. F. Miller,
whci is the sponsor of the local organiza-
Jim DkI. Killion of l'ortagnille will
IHiid the week-end at the Pi Kappa -1-,
Mrs. Rjlph Horine left today for her
home in Sai Bernardino. CaU after a
two months' :wt with her father, V. T.
Toler. 708 Stewart road.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Spencer. 502 Rol
lins street, and Mr. W. T. Stephenson
motored to St. Louis today, accompanying
Midshipman Richard Spencer, who will
go on to the United Stales Naval Acade
my at Annapolis Md to resume his
studies there. Mr. and Mrs. Spencer and
Mrs. Stephenson will return to Columbia
Mrs. Dan G. Stine, 214 Thilly avenue,
will leave Saturday for a two weeks' visit
with her brother. L Newton Wvlder. at
his borne in Kansas City. She will be
accompanied by her daughter, Miss Ellen
Farland.Njulia Smith, Adelaide Freer, M'
bel McMahan, Esther Reilly, Nelle Sailor
and Max Oliphant.
Miss Ruby Dill Ilulctt of IUllsville
and Miss Orian Johnson of Liberty, wro
have been visiting at the Chi Oracfa
house, returned to their homes yesterday.
Miss Johnson came to Columbia from
Halifax, Nova Scotia, with Dr. Chcvcs
Perky's adopted son.
Mr. and Mrs. James M. Daily, who
are the house guests of Mrs. S. M.
Banks, 415 Hilt street, left today for
Marshall, Mo to spend a short time
with Mrs. Daily's aunt, Mrs. William
Divon. They will then return to Co
lumbia for another visit with Mrs.
Banks. They are traveling by automo
the following Tuesday. She will join a
party of. girls who will make up a special
car for National Park Seminary, Wash
ington, D. C where Miss Niedermeycr
will be a student this winter.
Mis Vera Jane Fay arrived yesterday
from Tulsa, Okla, to enter Stephens Col
lege. Members of Delta Camma will enter
tain their brothers at dinner tonight. The
guests will Ik: Charles Bell, Leon Corder,
Jose Baca, Lawrence Babb, Virgil Cole,
Jimmie Thompson, Arthur Browning, and
George S. Stroud of Kansas City en
rolled in the School oi Commerce this
morning. Stroud was a student in the
University two years ago. and is a member
of the Sigma Chi fraternity.
Hnriens Guisleman. Rath Marv Packard.
Alma Rifland, Gladys Judge, Emily Beca,
Frances Tedford, Manna Williams, Cath
erine Wheeler, Carol Cilmore, Mary Tib
bitts and Marlon Warnock.
At the bridge-shower given for Miss
Jean Bright by Mrs. Horace McKim and
Mrs. Pierce Niedermeyer yesterday after
noon, Mrs. M. L. Lipscomb, Jr., won the
favor for high score, and Miss Marion
Humfejd was awarded the consolation
prize. Miss Bright was presented with a
small cedar chest, filled with the gifts
brought by the guests. Although the
shower was miscellaneous, the majority
of the gifts were in the nature of house
MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
The fallowing real estate transfers
were recorded yesterday:
Hyble J. Nichols and wife to N. Raw
lins, npU lot 16 and npt, lot 17, Welling
ton Gordon's Subd. of part 7-48-12. at
Oyama and Gordon street.
N. M. Baskett and wife to Jennie
Turner lot 98, Smithton Add. on West
F. E. Engle and wife to W. E. McDon
nell, lot 3, Nifong's Add. and subd. of
lot 1, McAlester's Add., Columbia; subj.
to deed of trust, $1.
C If. Early and wife to Albert Burton
NE 1-1. NW 14 nd part NW 1-4 NE 1-4
6-51-12; subj. to deed of trust $3,206,
Elijah J. Crump and wife to T. E. Gar
rett Sl-2, SW14, NE1-1 18-46-13,
Mr. and Mrs. S. C Hunt hate returned
from a visit with Mrs. Hunt's parents,!
Mr, and Mrs. W. A. Bright, at ExceMor)
Mr. Frank Meckel of Tojieka. Kan-
is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. B. Nowell, 1425 Paris road. She will
remain here for orae time.
.Miss Eva Johnston and Miss Helen
Strong will be dinner guests at the Sig
ma Nu house this evening.
Miss Mary Allen, a former student in
the University, who has been visiting at
the 'Pi Beta Phi house for several weeks,
left yesterday for her home in Fort
Tha Daughters of 1812 will meet at the
home of Mrs. Walter Miller, 1516 Wilson
avenue, at 2:30 o'clock tomorrow after
noon. Dr. F. F. Stephens will give a talk.
All members elsewhere are invited to at
, .Mary Allen, who has been visiting at
the Pi Beta Phi Inue since the first qf
September, left yesttTdav for St. Louis
where she will visit a few days before re
turning to Little Rock, Ark. Mi-s Allen
attended the University Ia-t year.
The members of Kappa Kappa Gamma
will entertain with a dinner at the chap
ter hou-e Thursday evening in honor of
Miss Jean Bright.
Pi Beta Phi will entertain with a
dance on the evening of Not ember 3 in
honor of its pledge.
ljilu Camma Rho announces the pledg
ing of Lloyd Gutting of Kahoka, Mo.
Alpha Gamma Rho will have a "cider
Idist" for its pledges Friday night in the
Tiie. dinner guets at the Alpha Phi
house this evening will be: Mrs. W. E.
ickers cf St. Loui, .Mi-s Ruth ickers,
Mrs. H. O. Severance. Miss Esther Sever,
jire, Mrs. W. P. Nowdl, Miss Louise
Nowell and Miss Margaret Nowell.
Howard Moore and Ortille Knapp will
be dinner guests at the Alpha Tau Ome
ga houe this evening.
Marian Humfeld of Independence, Mo,
was a dinner guest at the Chi Omega
liou-e last night.
Mi Marian Williams was a dinner
gutst at the Sigma Nu hou-e last night.
Mrs. E. O. Bratton of Muskogee, Okla-
came today to be the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. T. Howard Groves. Mr. Bratton will
arrive tomorrow and they will remain for
the rest of the woek. Mr.-and Mrs. Brat
ton were former residents of Callaway
County. Mr. Bratton is a cousin of Mr.
Reservations at the Chimney Corner
this evening hac been made by Joseph
Simpich who will hae as bis gurts Mi
Gladys lloux, .Miss Catiierine Ware and
Capt. John Faulconer; and Isadure Barth
who will entertain a party of file.
Phi Gamma Delta announcers the
pledging of William Abbott, and Thomas
Tegran. both of St. Louis.
Theta Phi Alpha sorority entertained its
pledges last night with a wiener roast at
Gordon Lake. The following were pres
ent: Misses Mary Farnen, Kathryn
Myers, Vivien Myers, Olivia Ruclher,
Marie Ruether, Clotilda Peitz, Mary Mc-
Aliss Sahra Niedermeyer will leaie Sun.
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day for St. Louis where she will viit until I
Mrs. C C Hammond of the Dana Press
Club will entertain the following guests
at dinner this eiening; Julia Price. Hel
en Caie, Elizabeth Green, Helen Heizer,
Mary Worrell, Hazel Mclntyre, Catherine
Sanncbeck, and Olivia Noel.
The Dana Press Club will hold its an
nual Founders' Day Banquet at the chap
ter bouse at 6 o'clock Saturday p-rening.
Miss Neva Nell Wester and Miss M)rtle
WolIT will be dinner guests at the Kappa
Alpha houe this evening.
The Delta Tau Delta will entertain
with a ha) ride Wednesday evening, Octo
The dinner gueMs at the Delta Delta
Delta bouse this e filing will be: Marga
ret Holdin, Alma Kagland and Geraldine
The Wctmount Women's Bridge Club
will meet Monday evening, at the home
of Mrs. Edward E. Brown, 209 Edgewood
Delta Gamma announces the formal
pledging of Marion Ca-kc), Beatrice
Clark, Doruth) Corder, Dorothy Cope,
j Mr. and Mrs. George Stout went to Car
I rollton yesterday to vi-it relatives.
A. B. Chance returned to his home at
Miss Katherin Bain left yesterday for
St. Louis where she will spend the
Mrs. C C Turner and Mrs. D. C. Crag
head of Browns spent yesterday morning
shopping in Columbia.
John Black of Fulton is spending to
day in Columbia. He is the guest of
S. C Hunt.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward T. Allen returned
yesterday to Chicago. The) were here to
attend the funeral of Dr. E. A. Allen.
Miss Carol)n Boone arrived )c!crda)
from Jacksonville, Fla- to enter Stephens
A. Ankrom, of north of Hallsville, whu
has been visiting his son, T. 11. Ankrom,
cast of Columbia, returned home y ester
day. Mr. D. Kuns returned )eterda) to Mc
Pher'on, Kan. He accompanied his
daughter Roalie here where she entered
Mrs. Evans, of Centralia, who has rc
ccntl) brought her niece, Anna Maude
Evans, from Colorado to attend Stephens
College left for her home )cslcrda) af
ternoon. .Miss Betty M. Baker went to Hall'vilte
yesterday to attend a Methodist meeting.
C W. Heady left yesterday lor his
home in Seymour la- after a visit here. 1
L. C. JAUNCEY, D. C
Room 13. lladen Bide.
Ilea. 731 Black. Office 1548
B. F. FORBIS. D. C Ph. C.
Three-Year Palmer Graduate
Office 516-18-20 Guitar Building
Office, 1822; Res., 1533-bIack
We Handle the Best Sellers
This Freedom Hutchison.
The Country Beyond Kerwood.
Flowing Gold Rex Beach.
Home Land Carter.
Babbitt Sinclair Lewis.
Covered Wagon Emerson Hough.
Cappy Ricks Retires Peter B. Kyne.
and all the latest fiction at
Dinner guests at the Phi Gamma Delta
bouse last night were: Capt. John Faul
eoner. Mi-s Virginia Gardner, Midship
man Richard Spencer, Miss Dorothea
Burbach and J. D. Wild.
Mrs. Isidor Barth scored highest at the
bridge parties which were held at the
Country Club, Ladies Dai, yesterday af
ternoon. Mrs. J. L. Stephens won second
Extra Special for
Ladies' pure thread silk full fashion Hose. Silk all the
way up, garter top. Our regular $2.50 Hose, black and
white; sizes 8V to 10. Our extra special price
$1.59 a pair
Ladies' pure thread silk Hose, lisle garter top, toes and
heels are reinforced and double sole; colors, cocoa, car
mel, otter, nickel, black and white. Sizes 8V- to 10 and
out sizes. Our extra special
89c a pair
Ladies' fiber silk boot lisle top; comes in black and
colors; sizes 8' to 10. A regular $1.00 value and an
exceptionally good wearing quality, worth the money.
Our extra special price
59c a pair
Ladies' lisle hose, garter top, sizes 84 to 10. A regular
50c value. Good quality. Come in black and colors.
Our extra special price
39c a pair
Ladies' black cotton hose, a regular 39c quality, fast
black only. Sizes 8V to 10. Wide garter top and an '
extra special value at the sale price
29c a pair
Ladies' black cotton hose, garter-top, size 8' to 10. A
regular 29c seller. Very cheap, but well worth the
money. Extra special sale price
22c a pair
Children's school hose, fast black, sizes &y to 10.
Heavy quality 2x2 and 4x4 rib. These hose "are worth
29c. Extra special sale price
19c a pair
"Home Cooking Sencd in Home
Thursday 11:30 to 1:30
Orders filled promptly
202 So. Ninth
Ross-Kinloch Hat Shop
11 North Tenth Street
Columbia, Mo., Sept. 27, 1922
Have you seen the new Sheik Turban?
It is one of the smartest and most ad
vanced styles for mid-winter. Made in
toast crush velvet combined with gold
cloth", trimmed with'f eather pom pom.
We have in a lot of new vanity puffs
in all the dainty shades to match any
Aunt Alice and Inabel.
Tax Free Investment
To provide for the handling of an increasing
volume of business we offer for sale at par plus ac
crued dividends the small amount of preferred
stock remaining in our treasury.
The dividends on this stock are 8 per cent pay
able semi-annually, January first and July first
It is tax free, just like bank stock. All taxes
both income and property taxes are paid by the
company. This makes it a net eight per cent in
vestment. Liberty Bonds taken in payment at- their mar
Available in amounts of $100.00 or more.
Full information at pur office.
E. W. Stephens Pub. Co.
There Is An Outward Grace
from within. But
there is an out'
ward grace, a poise, a
consciousness of style
fitness, which has untold
power to waken and
coax to the surface all
the latent charms that
lie in the soul of woman!
That outward grace is
the grace of dress!
A coat soft in tex
ture, wrappy in line
touched by the magic
of artistic design, warm
and snug may clothe
one in an outward grace
that transcends even
beauty! And such are
the coats you will find
here for fall and winter!
New! Smart! Chic!
For week-end showing we have 50 new dresses, both silk
and wool; 50 new coats both self and fur trimmed. Spe
cial showing of new fur trimmed sport coats.
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K mti jBEJa,, - . I I ii Z3ZH
To All The Girls;- l3fe
of Stephens " . -f
College And 'wk't
Best Wishes For " ' s 4
The Year. A?
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