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PR. AND -UKS. O.YES
CIV E RECEPTION '
I'rrstdent and Mrs. J. C Jones enter
tained from until 11 o'clock last night
hi tb tbe annual fornul reception siven -t
the prcsidrnt's house. Nearly 600 invi
tations vtere isucd.
In the receiving line were: President
end .Mrs. Jones, Cul. and Mrs. W. E. Per
n. Dean and Mrs. F. M. TisdcU Dean
Waller l illiams Dean and .Mrs. 'Waller
MiIIct, Dean and Mrs. F. B. Mui-iord.
Dean and .Mrs. J.'H. Coursault, Dean and
Mrs E. J. McCauMland. Dean and Mrs.
Guy L. rvoje--, Dean and Mr. I'idor Loeb.
Dean and Mrs. J. 1. .MclJainc, .Mr. ana
MY.. C B. Itol!in. Mr. L. E. Thompon
and Mrs. Lester Parker of Jefferson Citj.
Maj. Llojd Jones and Capt. Richard
Tindall rrccied the guest, and precnlcd
Jliwn to the rrceivine line in the tet par-
Jo. llcfrolimcnts were erved in the
dfv-i!S room and coffee in the jraj recep
tion room. At the cofee taMe were: Mrs.
Margaret Chamberlain. Mrs. S. L. Kich
arftan, Mrs. Ricliard Jce, Miss Pearle
Milclicll and Mrs. Alec Martin.
The decorations were indicative of au
tumn throughout. In the reception rooms
there vtere autumn (lowers pampas gras
r bittersTfcet and French crabapple
liranclie. The fruit centerpiece on the
lining room table had for its f I ndation
a rare old Siamese bowl and was sur
mnnded by tall candle'. The table cloth
was Siamese embroider). The porches
jml terraces weie lighted and a large open
diuirnav led out from the dining room to
ihe garden where a number of the guests
were -crved. An orchestra in the recep
tion hall plajed classical selections dur
ing the evening, and there were two vocal
solos b) W. H. Mikesell. Late in the
ei ruing there was informal dancing.
Thoe who assisted in entertaining the
guc-ts were: Mrs. Florence Willis, Mrs.
II. S. Bill. Mrs. W. G. ManI), Mr.
Cccrgc Lcfcvrc, Mrs. C B. Miller, Mrs.
Ikrry Mc lelcT, Mrs. J. L. Meriam, Mrs.
John 5kes, Mrs. LeIie Creene, Mrs. Rob
ert Kerncr, Mrs. J. L. Parks, Mrs. Henry
1 looker. Mis. Robert Moulton, Mis
Frances Mitchell Miss Helen Mitchell,
.Mrs. L. M. Defoe, Miss Pearle Mitchell.
.Mrs. 0. M. Stewart, Mrs. M P. UaveneL
Mr. J. S. Ankene). Mr-. J. S. Branham,
Mr. Frank Rollins, Mrs. Lloyd Jones,
Mr. A. F. Kuhlman anJ MtJ. Patterson
Miss Pauline Carter of Kansas Gty is
is"ting her s-ister, Mis Helen Hubbell, at
the Mallett Press Club.
Sunday dinner guests at the Alpha Chi I
Omega hou-r will be: Dr. and Mrs Sim
Bratton. Dr. Ida Bohannon, Mrs Ella Ber
tjman. John Henry Vossbrink. Eleanor
pUe and Edna Centr).
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WEDDING VEXT WEEK.
The marriage of Miss M irgaret Lohman
and Barton Roh nett.;thteli. will take place
at the home of the bndes 933 Smlli Jef
ferson avrnue. JWferxin 'City, at 9 o'clock
Wednesday montng, is o? especial interest
fin ilumbia. Jtiss lo jman recei z. W,
degree in, journalism last' spring, and is
a memDcr oi ine fi ueia mi suioni).
Mr. Itcbnett is o.lo of the well-known
voung business merri of Columbia, and a
member of the Beta. Theta Pi fraternity.
The Rev. Walter M. Jlaasballer will per
form the ce- moi
In the wedding party there will be a
number of former University students.
Mis Alice Wiedmer ctf St. Louis will be
the maid of honor, and Mrs. Herman
Blocks of Sedalia will be matron of honor.
Miss Vary Lee Farrii of St. Louis and
Miss Jane Spencer oE Jefferson City will
ibe bridesmaids. Mits Mvrene llouchin
of Jefferson City will play tho-wedding
Dudley Robnelt will act as bet min
for his brother. ThePisher will be: Lake
nan Price. Dave Leach, C B. Rollins, and
Louis Lohman. Wtfpple Newell of llie
,Plii Delta Theta wiH be one of the or
t There will be a r rceplion and dance
immediately following lbc ceremony." The
'couple will be at homo in. Columbia after
ALPHA DELTA PI WAS
TEA THIS AFTERNOON
The Alpha Delta Pi saroiity entertained
from 4 to 6 o'clock this- afternoon with a
tea for Mrs. Linda R. Me)scnburg. The
rooms were decorated vdth tea roses, gar
den flowers and palms. More than two
hundred called during the afternoon.
In the receiving line were: Mrs. Mr)
senburg. Mrs. J. C Jones. Miss Eva
Johnston, Mrs. W. H. Pomraer, Miss Ma
bel Ruth Bandy and Miss Marie Beech
wood. Mrs. John E. S)ke$ and Mta Frances
Denny served and were asistrd by: Mrs.
A. F. Ncnte, Mrs Dudley S. Conley, Mrs-.
Herbert White, Miss Norine Dorgan, Mis
Elizabeth Upton, Miss Grace Welkex,
Miss Willie Lightner and Mi3 .N'elle Mae
Alpha Camma Delta sororitvjnounces
the pledging of Ruth DeLee of Kansas
. The Order of DeMola) will gje an in
formal dance at the chapter houe Octo
j Dinner guests at the Delta Delta Del
ta sororit) houe tomorrow will be: Prof,
'and Mrs. J. W. Hudson and Prof, and
Jlrs. Jonas Vile.
Ra)mond Springate of Marshall. Mo
is spending the week-end a: the Farm
House. " ' " '
October Selling of Furs
For Monday and Tuesday, October 2 and 3
At 1-5 off the Regular Price
Sumptuous Furs, Coats
Wc invite you to see this selection of ( luxurious Furs all the
popular skins are properly matched and developed into sumptuous
Coats and Scarfs.
The graceful lines of the season's vogues lend themselves par
ticularly well to soft, supple Furs, and you will find our display truly
Coats in-Coney, Martin, Marmink, Muskrat, Sealine, and French
Seal with trimmings of Opossum, Beaver, Squirrel, Racoon and Fox.
''Neck pieces of Squirrel, Fitch, Mink, Kolinsky, Stone Martin,
These special prices will enable you to have the Fur Piece or the
Fur Coat that you have always wanted.
Coats, are priced in this sale
From $49.50 to $450.00
with 1-5 off for this Special Selling.
Remember also that a small payment will hold any Fur or Coat
Goldman -Bamford Co.
, THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOimiANfjATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1922
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MISS HUNT ENTERTAINS
FOR MISS BRIGHT
Miss Frances Hunt entertained inform
ally at 3:45 this afternoon in honor of
.Miss Jean Bright. Tea was served to tbe
following guets: Miss Bright, Mrs Hor
ace McKim. Mrs. M. A. Bright, Mrs. J.
E. Thornton, Mrs. Fr3nk Rollins M"s
Elizabeth Spencer, Frances Bright. Cath
erine Ware, Elizabeth Bright. Elizabeth
Estcs, Eleanor Ta)lor, Franqes Mitchell,
Catherine Conley, Helen Mitchell, Alma
Cottou, Jane Rndgers, Elizabeth Held and
Mrs. Pierce Niedermejer.
MRS. THORNTON GIVES
BRIDGE FOR MISS BRIGHT
Mrs. J. E. Thornton enter,in-d at
bridge jesterda) afternoon in bopor of
Miss Jean Bright. The houe was deco-
. I :.U ....w find w onl hittr.
IUICU wild tfuiuiiiu .-.- .... wow.
sweet berries, and a daintv lunche-n
was served. Miss Bright was presented
with a silter sandwich trav. Miss Elean
or Ta)lor won a Chinese incene bui.ier.
the favor for high score; and Mrs. Frank
Rollins cut the consdation, a deck of
Mrs. Frank Rollins will entertain with
three tables of bridge next Tuesday after
noon, at -Cralands" her home on Prov
idence road. Miss Jean Bright will be the
Mr. William II. Grant, who has spent
the summer witfisjirr iter, Mrs. K. C
Clink-calc-, will return to her boms in
Kansas Gt), Sunday irorning.
Mrs. J. lkHeberlinj
street, is viMting Iri
Fcjter, at vindor.
; of C0Z South Fifth
si-ter, .Mrs. los
Mrs. C 15. Rollins will entertain mini
bers of the Rollins Street UilgcGub at t
1 cr home on 516 Rollin street. Mondav
Miss Johnn) Lou Lake was a dinner
guot at the Kjppa Mplia houe last even
ing. Mis Camille Itoeson of Jefferson Gty
is visiting Mis Virginia Booth, a student
in the Univcrsitv. M-s Roeson was a stu
dent in Christian College last year.
Joe S. Denn) of Muskogee, Okla. ar
rived bw evening for a visit with his sis
ter. .Mr. N. T. Centr). 506 Rollins street.
Mr. Denn) is a former student of the
Universit) of Missouri. He will return to
his home on Tueda).
Mr. and Mrs. Allen White, both former
student of the Universit), motored to
Columbia this morning from their home J
at Mobrrly and are spending the da)' as I
gueMs at the Sigma Nu house. Mr. j
YV hire is a member of the Sigma Nu fra-
ternit). Mrs. W hile's brother, Ralph M.
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lioKin, also'a former student of the uni-
Tertitr. t i f U- C t wtk at Tient.
Miss Jane Hackney, who received! hSr.
A. B. degree from the University in'I92t,
Lwas married September 18 to Albert Pa-
vis Porter, she is now living at 270SEast
twcnty-tliird street, Kansas City. '
The hostesses for Ladies' Day at , the
Country Club net Tuesday will be: Mrs.
1 John Now ell, Mrs J. D. Elliff, Mrs. W, E.
Smith and .Miss Alartna Johnston.
Tlie members of the Alpha Delta Pi
sorority will entertain this evening' with a
dance for the pledges. The rooms will be
decorated with roses and palms. Mrs.
Linda R. Meysenburg w"S fhaperon. Sev
en!) -five guests are expected.
Frank Wakefield of Kansas Gty is a
week-end g"est at the Alpha Kappa Kap
The members of the Alpha Gamma Del
ta sorority will entertain their pledges
with a picnic Monday evening.
rtmnor iriii-st ai ih V, K.nna Alnli
house tomorrow will be: Mr. and Mrs
S. D. Newton, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Casted,
Mr, and Mrs. L. R. Cannon, Russdl Hol
loway, Mrs. Florence Girdner and Miss'
The Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity an
nounces the pledging of Steve Balding of
Albuniuerque. N. M.
Miss Lnurcna Brown, who has been vis-
titing at the Alpha l'tit liou-e lor a week.
left today for her home in Kansas Gty.
i Mi-s Anna Payne of Mexico, Mo- will
tbe a week-end guest at tbe Alpha Phi
Miss Marzaret Moss of Jefferson Gtr
will be a dinner guest at the Alpha Pjij
The Twelfth Night Club was organized-.
at Christian College last night to pre I re
for the first open house. OEGcers elected
Columbia Funeral Home
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
Motor Ambulance Emergency calls a specialty
Our years of experience and our modern
equipment enable us to render a superior
A.-ijL.Vii''j,--Jf' j ..?'f Ua'mf.tC'r
were: fresiaeni, iuarian ueorge ot auv.
Selct Ky.: rice-president, Dorothy French
of Like Arthur, L.; secretary-treasuier.
Margaret Brulngton of Pawnee, Okla.
The first open house will be held at
Christian College on Monday
The W. C T. V. will meet at the home
of Mrs. F.'IL-Searcy, 302 College avenue,
at 2:30 o'clock, Monday afternoon.
.Miss violet unver win ue a dinner
guest at the Alpha Phi bouse this even
Mrs. Lester Parker of Jenrson""City is
the house guest ,of Mrs. J. C Jones. She
jcime ot attend the president's reception
The dinner guests at the Alpha Gamma
Delta house. Sunday will be: Frances Gib
son, Lucille Taulcy, Marie Weisenbom,
Miss Rover, Sadie Mae Neal, Imogene
jCurtright, and Dr. and Mrs. E. R. lied-
Stephens College will hold its annual
'. barbecue picnic Monday afternoon at
Evans' Lake. Games and stunts will pro
vide entertainment for the afternoon.
STEPHENS CONCERT SUNDAY
First of Series of Eive
Given by Faculty.
The popular cuncert at Stephens Col
lege tomorrow afternoon is the first of
a scries of faculty recitals to be given
there on alternate Sumlajs. 1 lie sec
ond, October 15, will present a pro
gram of classical 'muic made up of th
compositions of Beethoven, Brahms and
Mozart. October 29, romantic com
posers, including Schumann and Tschai-
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kagle Lunch Room
up over the
White Eagle Dairy.
iTry Our Changes Every Night
Open. day and night
bbbbt AJm1!bV'm X iff S i vx
te j . Jr laaftiaT r
kowtky, will be played, The workijof
Percy Crainger, Fritz Kreisler, J. A.
Carpenter and other contemporary must-'
cians will constitnte the program for
Basil D. Gauntlett, director of (be
conservatory tt Stephens College, will
give the fifth number of the series Nov
ember 26: The last program, December
10. will consist of both classical and
modern music and will include the
'Kreutzer Sonata" of Beethoven.
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