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THE COLUMBIA .EVENING MISSOURIAN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1922
NO HOMESICKNESS HERE
Stephens Girls for First Time Re
main 100 Per Cent.
For the first time in the history of
Stephens College not one of the girls
xho have enrolled for this J ear has can
celed her registration and pone home, ac
cording to II. S. Walters, "secretary of
the college. In addition. Mr. Walters
fa, this is the largest enrollment in
the hiiorj of the college, notwithtand
ing the fact tliat the housing facilities
are discouraging to new students.
Mr. Walters Mines this condition to
lie as unusual as the number of pair1
of lin who were enrolled last year
at the college.
meetings of the National Farm Loan As
sociate. B v.
i Miss E!ie Cornell, B. S. in Ed. '22, is
teaching in Central High School, Kansas
City, Mo. Miss Cornell was a member
of Alpha Delta Pi, Mortar Board, Y. W.
C A. Women's Council, Glee Club, and
MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE
Jce Block left for Kansas Gty je-ter
day to iit his parent-.
Mm Maxine Christopher went to KirLs-
ville to visit Mr. Irvin Dunbar.
Mis Mary Keith went to Chlllicothe
ye'tenlay to visit friends.
Carl Pittenger went to llellflower jes
lerday. John Mcllanej went to Mexico for the
Mi's Alice Judd went to St. .Louis es
terda to visit relatives.
Mis Mary Houl left for St. Joepb
vesterda) for the week-end.
Noah Heller went home to Swiler je
terdav. .Miss Hub June Mo v went to Mont
gomery Cit) yeterda) for the week-end.
Mis Ruth Fitzgerald, principal of the
Uniirrtil) High School, is spending the
week-end at ber home in Sedalia.
Miss Helen Clark, who has been visit
ing friends in Columbia, left this morning
for St. Louis.
P. M. Bernard, of the animal husband
ry department, is judging swine in Mont
gomery Cit) thi week.
Mi Hannah Lazarus, a student in the
School of Journalism, left eterda) for
a week-end viit at her home in Si. Loui.
Davis Wall, who has been in Coli
fornia, raised through Columbia jeter
da) on bis way home to Moberly.
J. II. Long, a student in the Universit),
left yeterda to spend the week-end at
his home in Well" wile.
Don Daily and William Bender. tu
dents in the Univcrsitj, left yesterday to
pend the week-end at their homes in St.
L. A. Weaver, of the animal husbandry
department armed in town yeterda.
Air. Weaver has been judging swine at
The Mies Caroline Mire. Lydia
Campbell, and Mrginia Harrison, stu
dents in the University, left yesterday to
spend the week-end at their homes in St.
S. D. Cromer, associate professor of
agriculture, will be in Butler, Dunklin,
New Madrid, Mississippi, and Scott
counties this week attending a series of
E. J. Wiehen is spending the week-end
J. C Weidler went to Mexico this
Miss Frances Quinn left yesterday for
Chicago, where she will slay during the
Mrs. George Nebbe, who has been ris-
iling here, returned to New York yester
day. Mrs. Carrie Hodges of Columbia left
yesterday afternoon to visit relatives in
1 F. Hix of Kansas Gty, who has been
in Columbia on business, returned yester
Arthur Weil and Milton Me)erhardt.
University students will be in Jefferon
City for the week-end.
Mrs. B. L. Cow den and children went to
Hallsville this morning for a visit with
her mother, Mrs. J. J. Walker.
Mis Martha M. Brown of Sedalia is
viiting Mrs. R. H. Crav, 1111 Unhersity
J. Kelly Wright went to .Moberly eter.
lay to speak before the Chamber of Com
merce. Mr. right is fit.d secretary of
Mr. and Jlrs. W.,W. Tucker went to
Hallville today to attend the funeral of
Marion Hulen, which was held in llieUed
Top church at 2 o'clock this afternoon.
Crorge Baldwin returned to his home
near Rocheport yesterday after a visit of
a week in Columbia with his son, Enoch
Baldwin and his brother, Will Baldwin.
Mrs. Emmet t McDowell will go to Kan
sas City this afternoon for a two-week
visit with her daughter. Mrs. J. M. Linger,
Mrs. Ella . Elkins will accompany her
for a visit there.
Albert 0. Woods spent several hours
with friends in Columbia yesterday morn
ing. Mr. Woods is a former resident of
Fayette and is now connected with the
Mosier Safe Co, in Kansas Gty.
T. Howard Groes droe to Fayette
Thursday for the da). With him were
his cousin, Mr. Bratton, who is a guest
at the Croies home, and Mrs. Will E.
Smith. Mrs. Smith is spending several
days in Fayette.
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Allison, who
were called here from McPherson, Kan,
left toda. Mrs. Allison went to St.'
Louis to visit with friend, before going I
home, but Mr. Allison went immediately
Repair on Streets Continues.
The Perkins Construction Co. is still
at work repairing the streets. The
Tania, for resurfacing, has not yet armed.
AT THE HOSPITALS
i The following were admitted: Earnot
F. Flueke and Amber Tanner. Those dis
missed are: Ralph Riche), James Arm.
istead, Val Burnett, Ita) Crimmes and Ed
win M. Williams.
Allie Griggs and Mary- Hunt were op
erated on this morning b Dr. W. E.
Belden at the Boone County Hospital
for the removal of ton-ils and adenoids.
Both children stood the operation well.
L. C JAUNCEY, D.
Room 13. Haden Bldg.
Res. 784 Black Office 1543
Son Born to Mr. and 'Mrs. Parsons.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Parsons. Jr, 815
range line, announce the birth of a twelve I
pound son on Septeirbcr 29, to whom
they have given the name Howard Wendell.
Heduce the High Cost of Living
Neatly and Quickly
We call for and deliver
Try Our Chili With Pep.
Eagle Lunch Room
up over the
White Eagle Dairy.
Copy Work Dictation
Business letters, lectures, depositions.
theses, etc.. hooks opened, osted and
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j DEBATE: Should the ex-service J
III man support Andy I
1 1 Gump for Congress? L
Il -III Foreign Wars
25 cents per passenger
any place in the city limits
Country trips priced right
110 N. 10th Columbia, Mo.
Just Received Today
i 18 Angora Slipover Sweaters
Priced at $5.00 and $6.00
30 Angora Scarfs All Colors
Priced at $4.50 to $8.50
Get yours quick they will be sold soon.
Sfce Majestic Hotel
lltb and Tine Streets
ST. LOUIS. MO.
lierjr Roan with Prirato Oath
and Fre Electric Fan
Single Keom. $2.00 Par Day
Doable - $3.00 Per Day
"COMFORT WITHOUT tXTRAVAGANCX"
Date GcMer. rrr:dcnt mod Maoacer
C. C Swiaocr. - Asst Manafer
We Call X And
For P Deliver
Phone . , R , 325
will again be selected for
Charles Dana Gibson, creator of the Ameri
can Girl whose winsome dignity has for
- years been to the public the acme of that
charming perfection that typifies a beau
tiful woman last year selected the Savi
His selection proved that Beauty is a su
preme achievement for the University girl.
Of whom do you think
when a beautiful girl is
' Don't Envy Beauty
Make it Yours
It is the well-groomed girl who is heedful
of the tiny points who wins. Your com
plexion is your first consideration.
leave our plant at ,.
11 a. m.
Please get your order in
before 11 to insure prompt
You pet service and satisfac
tion at ..usMIP
Shoes Called for and De
livered Phone C3
Annual Statement of Y. M. C. A. of the
University of Missouri September 1,
1921 to September 1, 1922.
Regular rent $7,276.52
Transient rent 305.30
Pool and Candy 1,394.50
Single admissions to pool 45.00
Regular memberships 195.00
Summer memberships 150.00
Key Receipts 47.00
Total receipts $9,578.57
Odd and routine work about
building .' $1,727.46
Supplies about building 655.20
Office Help 550.60
Supplies about office 129.04
Salary of business sec'y 400.00
Salary of president (2 months) 100.00
Water and light 821.48
Coal and Wood 1,340.40
Operating and promotion 432.33
Printing and publicity 183.35
Refund on keys 16.00
Swimming pool 60.30
Old accounts '. 796.67
Rebate on unexpired rent 36.00
Membership campaign expense 99.34
Total disbursements $8,612.34
Net gain for year 966.23
Annual Balance Sheet
September 1, 1921 to September 1, 1922.
Balance on hand September 1, 1921:
Cash on hand $6.08
Cash in bank 1.85
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.
McBaine Phone 14-1
Oh, Boy! One more week of
Dubinsky Bros. Shows
Return Engagement by Popular Request
Starting Monday, Oct. 2
In the Big Tent Next to Postoffice
NEW VAUDEVILLE - NEW
Look, Folks! See This Unusual
"What Every Woman Should Know"
See : Abe Rosewall : See
The Funny Comedian in
Some Unusual Funny Parts
BEIHL'S LADIES' ORCHESTRA
Doors Open 7 P. M. Curtain 8 P. M.
PRICES: Children 10c; Adults 35c.
One More Week of Dubinsky's.
Total disbursements $8,612.34
Balance.on hand Sept. 1, 1922:
Cash on hand $146.16
Cash in bank 828.00
September 14, 1922.
HUGH C. PROCTOR,.
II I " "i i ii BITT'
111 llrMWk Use H. P. Flour
II ill WtaS Enjoy Better Bread
ill II 00 s 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 III II. P. flour or Phone 9.
j Boone County Milling Co.
Makers of H-P Flour.