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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1022
News of Columbia Society
Society editor's telephone, 320. Please LADIES I) IY AT
cell lelueen 9 and 12 o'clock.
i ALPHA Pill TO EXTERT.UX
j on xew soiuiiES
The Alpha Phi sorjrily will entertain
' iMturda) afternoon from 4 to 6 with a tea
I-ifor the members of the Aloha Camma
! Delta anl Alpha Gii Omega sororities.
Country Club liad its usual Ladies l)aj 'Tho-e in the recciiiiig line will lie: Miss
luncheon today. ,irgin:a Lee Mepg, Mi- Eta Johnston.
-Mrs. V. G. Manlet, Mrs. J. L, Stephen-, J Mi Edith Hammclt. Mi-s Leona Mor
Mr. S. I Langmaiil, and Mr-. A. K. Mow ami Mis Florence Hein.
MISS ''. t 11ART11 ITEDb
'0UnECE I). 1.0EI1
Won! .i nieited in Columbia todaj
r .1 ... . -r i. ..f li Sijri I Hurl I
Lrth. ...u-.n f 1-adore Barth of ,M "'"" e luncheon gue-ts at lhe
ritt. I" l.irencc I). IhIi. cou-in of
Dean 1-idor Ijin.li "f the Liiitersitt,
Iih!i '.""k place in,, IS-ioiuiNe t-xlay
Elder, wln were married Saturday after
noon by the Kev. A. VT. Paslcy will be at
home on Ilidgcuij -tiet. Mr. Elder is
an tciploje of the Columbia Horal Corn
pan, and ta- bride is a djitsl'trr of Mr.
arul Mrs. Will. m Ca-tics. of the Koc.'ic
DRAMATIC ARTS CLUB TO
r I Country Cluli
i Mrs. W. T. Conle) entertained four
' Fuets at luncheon.
it: . n...t. l.. i;. In R,.m;ili. U ' -lr- 3n" "'- J"1'" r- !" hail a,
, .I,n... ."f .1- l.,-i. riungWr guest. Mr. and Mr. J. II. Wc"s
an . B- AT"' and a H. S. degree in,of - K
l'H-1 frnn l'i .-iliool "f Education. Mr.
Mi Mcrwin Tsishtlh of llctier. Mo
i- t. siting Mis- Price Rowland, a student
in the Unitersily. She motored to Columbia.
Campairjn Starts This Week Aim
Is to Make an Organization
of Play Lovers.
!fff ir r rimnt
U;il ES UIXXEIl PARTY
i Mr- W. C Curtis v.ill entertain with at Tom Wood Parry, Sr ha-, returneil to
dinner at her home. 203 Hicks atcnuc, Kansas Gty after tiiting scleral dats
t th:- ctcnin3 in honor of Miss Loui-e Letts '
nith his son.
at the Sigma Chi
ti J' graduated trom the I niter
hit in I'JIT. receiving an A. 15. degree.
JO Ml IT wMonnoir
Tl.i- r". itn .ilitli Club
j MISS OLIVE PROCTOR
TO MARRY C..E. FIF
Announcements ha.e lxcii receited of,f,',r("' aml -Mrs- Margaret Chamberlain.
1 the marriage of Mi's Olite Proctor of
I Doniphan. Mo, to C. E. .ff. of Gait.
.Mo. Mi-s Proctor wa- graduatiil fn
i the I nitcr-itt in l'JIti. and -Hire that
I The pu.-ts ,il be: .Mrs. R. H. Jest,'
'Mi-s Man Je e, Miss luth Fitrperald. Mrs. Tom Parr. Sr., cf Kan-as City
'.Mi-s Deane Dulaney, .Mrs. Georce 1--1 1. ill arrite this afternoon to be the
;ue-t of her son, Tom.
M-. 1. I- Hill and Mi-s Man Jar
tlltll till tf fifiolPoofx. tit fti niein!i'. ..f
ill I...M it,,. Mo. Mi-s Proctor a- Sra.l.ull from ., .. ( ,, 2:30 limomiw afl " , ,
f,M r.T-1 1' " ! the .-ar in the "- ymcrsu, ,v.o -' ""'- ,al ,. 1me of Mr R. L 11,11, 706 Str
parliir "' l; "I """ " SiiVlwl. Wnlne-'"me la '' 'n ' '' Home l.o-Jart ria,
,ji alitruK.-i. 'I In- h..-t,.-rs for the nomic departmtnt of William Wo.hU Co!-. "
mcrtiRi: 'H b- Mr-. C. 1! Mouhon, Mrs.peS" amI Iromc demonstrator of the local) The llroadway llriilpc Club uill mctl a!
. F. Mill'T. and Mr-. It. J. Kerner. The 'farm bureau. 2:."0 Thur-da) aftcrnooi at the horn" ot
iram ill ! in tliarpe of Mrs. 11. L.i -Mr. Arff a at one t.me a count i Mr-. IS. M. Djcr, 1306 Ea-t liruadni.
Mr- t. r. Miner, Mr-, lion-1 -" .-i iu h-jioioj: tueuuo.i-1 - -
,, and Mr-. II. V. Ilibbard. !al apriculture in the Gait -.hooU. Th- Mr- aI"1 M'- ." A- ! Vj-
f..r tli.- afternoon will be I "'? mil take place --on, and the,-"" "".'" """, "V".1- wl
couple will live on the .Vff farm near a"" m"tirl"? inron-n ijiunilna on twir
l!ethan. in Harri-on ("ornn. I v'al '" indianapoli-. were puois at the
Air. and Mr-. Joe Estes of 1308 Wil--i.i
acnue will entertain at dinner this
ririiii for Judge Daid II. Harris of
I'lillou, and Will I laden of Ijs Vega,
?i. M. There will be eight guest5.
rrt li-i'n- .
a. at.n I tm nit-."
lhse ." U'H a--i-t at tea will be
Mr-. S T. Rrallon, Mr-. Fl..d E Janis,
Mr-, J. V. Singleton, Mr-. A. L. Hde,
jmi lr-. I.J. l!oilliu-e. All new facult
m ien -' urced to attend.
Bible College Now Has Sicn.
Ill" Bible College has put up a sign
which reads "Biblc College of Missouri"
n the side of its main entrance. Vine
bae rutereil the name of the Bible Col
lege where it is caned in the stone of
F. Svhestcr of L)s nge
and Mis- Mattie Bronii of Ndali' are
the bou-e guesu of Mrs. It. II. Ora, 1111
I'niier-it. .Mrs. Jennie Brown aid Mis
Man- Schultz. who Ime al-o been i-it-
?ing with Mrs. Cra left this afternoon
r .Mexico, where the will attend the
' gma .u houe c-tcrda.
I Mi-- Jane Harwood of Kan-as Cil was
a dinner gutit at the Pi Beta Phi luu-r
ec the new- York model Console
llrunsw irk only $150.00. Talor Music
The Dramatic Arts Club, in opening
us icuiui successful season, is putting
o-i a campaign for increased member
s'l.p. 17i'.s membership drie begins this
TJTe purpose of the Dramatic Arts
CIlIi s- outlined by one of the members
is f unite all lers of g(wd plas in an
ora"i.alio.i that sliall encourage ami-t-rr
talent at home, and that shall bring
tm? of tire best aijilablc companies
b-t!i amateur and professional, from
The prtgram in tl.e pa-t lias included
l las, ne rarli trriii. pre-ented by
m.n's of the Uul; a-d ti.o iilas. one
ar?i term under llw: management of the,
ili'Ii, presentel tithr lit pnifrsional I
ecsepanies, or by the Artist,- Guild of
SI. Louis, or the t meily (Jeb of Kansas j
Citt. Aside from these regular per-
for. ance it brins- otlur comiianics!
b' re. l-o iherr are eteral j.ritate plas
piten lacb -ar by t'i- ii-inber. which
are open onlt ta oth-r members.
One etening each nnnth is detoted to
the reading of a i.lat, the parts being
prcii'usly a'-igr.ed to tarious members. I
This is done by the play reading section
of the club.
Membership in the Dramatic Arts
Club, including admi-sion to the four
plas on the regular season program, and
all private performances '- open to all
residents of Columbia, except under
graduate students. The initiation fee is
$1, and the yearly dues are $5. Mem
bership also includes the pritilege of at
tending the ph-rcading section which'
charges a fee of 25 cents to tho-e'
not members of the club.
French Club Meets Tonight.
The French Club will meet at 8 o'clock
tonight at the Chi Omega house.
See the new York model Con-ole
Brunswick only $150.00. Talor Music
31. Pike Lawler, Masseur
Office hours: 8-10 a. m.
1-2 p. m.
Evenings by appointment
Office Phone 2065
Res. Phone 2040
rontention of the Daughters of'trH-Am-
Retolution before nturninc to
C. T. '() Hill 1 i.7i7f-.$
IICTORI t IIOI FMAX
The wedding of Mi ictoria Hoffman
cf Nnlaha and Glenn T. Pollard will take
jitae at in toi.wrrow at the home of encan iietoiution bclore
the brut. - pannts. Mr. follaril is a i "'"r Me in jctuiia.
lr.-llr .1 -.ant Pollard of the Hopper-'
ilVIUrd ins omicn5 f this citt. He '"- ?solIi- 'unyan. chaperon of the
scned w.l'i the . F 1". in France, and is I Cl'- 0cil"a worit. left this nwrnmi; for
at pre-.nt mpl)l in (he American!""10" "d the Missouri Mate Con
E3rhany L'ank at ."-eilalia. Itention of the Daughters of the Ameri-
ln- ',.!,!. .-.ftrr the wedding ,1, ican Betolution. Her place w.ll i- tilled
i..tij' .vill l.-ate for a bridal trip
Mr-. Walter Luca-, 2 Luea- Wa has a
ht r gue-t for seteral da- her mother,'
Mr-. I". K. Schilling of New Btoomfield, I
Mr-. Mattie Fi-her and William 11.1
Selling Old Magazines
Phone 392 Will Call
KLASS COM. CO.
' icttiMnrtriii. lit. 1, . in I , 1 (.,....1
S.-VBJ .Mls vUia - IfcHtni.
.-a-t. and on their return
II -.i it Mr. Pollard's moth-
l..M. .1 V
er. Mr-. Ella Pollard 'of Hall-ti.le.
ftharter membtr of the clupt. r.
Alpha Kappa Psi. honoran i-oinm.-rce
fraternit. held initiation ti-t.r.ia af-terno-m.
followed b a banquet at Har
ris" for the new members. The follow ins
were initiated: F. McCord. Robert Has.
Koliert Stewart. Lewi- E. Baker, ernon
Wright. Bert Etan-. G'a.ldui Cier-. F.I
Marshall, George Bate-. Oliie Ilanrir
lFlh'l 'I PIRTY
KM li! -r CL EsTS
Mi 1!. II. Cra entertained informally
at lor b..mt. 1111 I niters'!, at 3:30
imLmI t r.!at aitern'Kjii in honor of
rrr boa e gue-:-. Mr-. Jennie llrown and!
M.s- M-r Schultz ef Seilalia. The J and Owen Ogden.
fucst- included a number of relatite- and '
fcm.-r Ndalian-. The were: Mr-. C F.i M'- Helen Rcbin-on. of Hardin G.I-1
'Mfei. Mr. 0. M. Birnttt, Mr-. F. F. 'e?" returned to FaCtte te-terdat jfier.
Stephens, Mr-. O. B. Ware. .Mr-. Datid ' i-itins Mi-s Alan C.rote- at the Delta1
Tillu'.-. Mr-, rlhur Fcrgu-on. Mr-. P. J. ' Delta Delta hou-e. I
ii.. 1.. I jn.' Mi-Pearle Mitchell. I ,, ... ... c. ,. , ,. '
Mr. and Mrs. C W. Sietckmg of ?tew
Mr-. 1 . il. Brown, of Colorado Soring-. I -"'bant, .Mo, bate returned home afti
-' h. r daughter Mr-. W. R. Black-
u ti-it wilh Mr. and Mr-. E C. Meteking
and daughter Gwin.
5' J Wis (LLP. TO MEET
Tin- s, .,...! (Jub will meet
ciloiic liiar-dat evening at th.
Theta Pi hou-e. Tl.e program will con- j
si-t of -hort (ontcrsalion- in Spanish .
awl tjlls In tlie m-mbers. .Miss Mar- '
garrt Milton will gite a tiolin sdo. The j
mettins- of the club are jopen to all !
-tedents wl... hate b?d ten hours of j
-pam-h in the initer-itt. i
William G.rliin, of Kan-a- Tin i- the
jpue-t of his brother Ju-tm Corb.n at the
at j) i Sgma Chi hou-e. i
$SG complete with ca4
Writing is a
When you use the Corona. A standard typewriting
machine, portable, easily handled, an ideal time-saver,
it insures perfect legibilitj
It weighs 6 1-2 pounds I Easily carried to the lab
oratory or home.
W "GETTHEHAD1T" i
ZS0 ncalttt aith com
Coming to the Hall Theater This Wrek
Mr-. V,. I! Polk of Wcton returned j
Km tin m.irting after a ti-it with her
ik'u-liur. Lll.-Ji Polk, at the Phi Mu i
"TV ni i.i!t-r- of tin
:t v.iil .ni'-tiaiu w
Ocltixr 21 from "i to I
. will entertain 1'an
at dinner tomorrow et-
Vlplia Phi v.,r.
ith a tea dance
Tiie i'lii Ijnil.da Iheta. a profe ional
lttrati.ii Iraternilj. held a bu-iness
Kiting a- tin b. in. of Mr-. C II. Wil- t
lam-. (t?t I'rc.ti.l. r. road, bupir j
las crt i t.. th. tv.entfite memliers. '
Mi-s I .Hun Hart, a student ill William
".d- Junior (j.Ilege. who -pent the
Hfk-end Ihtp. tl-iting friends, was en- j
tcrtainM bt -eteral members of the '
n;er it during lier -ta. Mi-s Hart .
is tlie daughter . f tl.e I!ev. and Mrs. Mad- ,
itn Hart, now of Dantille, K., who I
Vere f.,rm-ri, residents f Columbia. I
SST & -Z. -..
BmsmmtzmmmM -- ' JW -zr&zz -.
i.r&& &&fc.'s "" sC (4
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315S' i'tt. ?
The memlH-rs of the Round Table bad .
I"ir regular lumheon thi- noon at the
baaVI U.one 'latern.
Miss Willie Lighlner will entertain at
r Iwme tin- etening with two tabic- of
Tl- S.p!iom..re Cabinet of 192.3 will
wtcrtain the Freshman Commis-ion of
1923 Wedaesdat afternoon from 4 to 5
o'clock at th- Phi Mu house.
Mi-s Thrlma W lialet. Chi Omega hou-e,
ft th - afternoon for her home in Web
ster Croie- where -lie will be a member
if tlie wedding part of a former -chool-sate.
she j , jj.ji ,er parent- until
vs.' & -
i-. 3? K
.'Q ftr"J4t."w V
to wear with the sweater
makes a most pleasing cos
tume for school and street
wear. Fancy silk mixed
prunellas, wool eponge, and
other fancy novelty woolen
$5.95 to $14.95
Are quite the rage with Novelty and two
tone weaves in every fall shade.
The collarless ones being most preferred at
this time of the season and Fashioned of medium
weight all wool yarns.
$1.95 to $9.95
"From the Maker to the Wearer"
One of the Scenes in "iTnt ZJoirn Ea;t, :chich uill be shoun at the 'Hall Thursday, Friday and Saturday oj this ucck.
Our Mavinello bleach given
y our Marinello Graduate
restores the original white
ness of your skin, though
the summer sun has played
havoc with vour complex
Broadway at 10th 535
For Wednesday Selling
Ladies' Pure Silk Thread Hosiery
Full Fashion And Every Pair
These hose must give you entire satisfaction, otherwise
return them to us and we will gladly give you a new
pair in exchange for them. Come in all sizes; colors
cocoa, nickel, brown, otter, swade and black. These hose
are well worth the regular price $2.00 each and every
pair guaranteed. Special for Wednesday selling
5 A Pair
'III ns oits.imf it frio avtramolir mnrh prtcf rtf tViia
s-iJ-ii,..-. nw!iA? nf iIrvticcirTt mll r&
III JJH.I.U1C, IJ11V.CO Ui UUUUCillUH tw ws..
Matinees 30c Evenings 30c 40c
Come Early First Show 7:15 promptly.
Thursday, Friday, Saturday
D. W. GRIFFITH'S
greatest picture since "The Birth of a Nation"
Head a most imposing cast.
Special Selling of
i -Sit Vt 7KwSi I
if there is one thing that shor.Id bc
"sanitary" it is the pillow jou sleep on.
The pillows in this special sel'.ing are
made of absolutely sanitary feathers
and besides are the "Sanita rj" brand.
Those who appreciate better pillows
all pure down or part down will be
especially interested in these offerings.
Kxtra quality finest pure Northern
Goose Down Pillows in an all linen
striped tick, size 2228, tcry specially
priced, each -...$1.50
Good quality Zephr Coo-e Down Pillows in pure linen and fancy ticks,
size 2227, eecially reduced for this week's stjling. A tcry pro
nounced talue, choice ............. ...........................32.95
A special grouping of four different numbers in fancy tick pillows filled
with "sanitary" goose and duck feathers in sizes 21x27, a ery extra
talue jou must not mi-s. Choice ....$1259
An extra quality low- priced pillow is this one covered with a fancy ticfc
and filled with curled "sanitary" feathers, at each $1.00
Let Winter Come! '
With all the wicked blasts it
can muster. E'ankets aren't
Iiolhcrcd. Lotely Wool, Wool
Hcece, Wool-nap, and Soft Cotton
Blankets like these will add their
cosy warmth and mike cold
nights a sweet dream of comfort
and rest. Soft fluffy comfortables
will al-o add their bit in con
tributing to the night's -warmth
and the thoughtful housewife will
alwajs bate one folded en the
foot of the bed.
Soft, fluffy, firmly woien blankets for twin or single beds, assorted
fast colored borders. A pair i3
Standard double bed size blankets, soft finish with blue, pink, and as
sorted woten borders. A pair S2.19
Extra quality heavy double bed ize cotton blankets in plaid and block
patterns. A very special value for this week, a pair S2.95
Very special extra hcaty double bed size wool fleeced blankets in
broken plaids, weight 4 1-2 pounds, size 72x84. A tery extra talue worth
much more money. A pair Jo.9j
Pretty plaid double bed size Wool-n3p blankets, a wonderfully fluffy
warm blanket, a pair $3230
Blanket Comfortables, a real two-in-one blanket. a beaty a any one
pair of blankets, tery soft, tcrt TlI' r id .r. ..ntt "naj. and Yack
ima pattern, in a liberal range of price. S3.95. $4.95, $3.95, $6259, $7.93.
One case of extra heavy two-in-uuc Wool-nap lilanket Comfortables in
rich plaids of blue, pink, rose, gray, tan, latender and jellow. Each $3250
Two-in-one heavy wool-nap lilanket comfortables in woten plaids of tan
and brown with Batique design borders. A tery beautiful and sen ice
able cumber. Each ........ .....$5.75,
Standard size heavy bed comforts, silkaleen cotereil and pure white cot
ton filled, special each ....... ........ $2250
Extra quality large size comforts, covered with best grade challis, in
pretty floral patterns and filled with soft white cotton, each ....$1.00
5 lb. high grade fancy comforts with floral sateen borders and s;.I
colored sateen centers filled with high grade white cotton, a tery dec
oratite number, each n ..$5.00
Extra fancy and decoratite large size comforts in a variety of especially
pretty colorings all filled with finest quality cotton and down with
shirred corners, each $7250
Others priced at $12.50
Then feed the producers
the best balanced ration
Red Ring Hen Feed
Red Ring Dry Mash
Certainly you cannot afford to feed a hen that
is not a good layer or a pullet that is not properly
developed. Get rid of them, then feed for eggs
and you will have a profitable flock. Get Red
Ring feeds from your grocer or phone No. 9.
Boone County Milling and
Makers of H-P Flour.