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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MlSSOURIAft, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 20, 1922
r. PACE THREE
News of Columbia Society
Society editor's telephone, 320. Plcast ' ALPHA TAU OMEGA
jbH bctaeen y ana no ciock.
UAH A MESS CLUB
The Dana I'rc-s Club entertained in
l,nnr of it-, chaperon. Mrs. C. C Ham
mond, with a tea from 3 until 5 o'clock Mu,;c m be furnisIlcd br
this afternoon at me coapiw nouc. "M rangleorcncst
!rorations were indicative of the eawn, ., .
and were carried out with autumn flow
ers and bright colored tolia?e.
In the iccenm? line-were: Mr. Ham
nond. Dr. nil-worth .Mood) t.f Joplin.
Mrs. Wallace Smith, Mrs. J. C Tones,
Dean Eta Johnston, Mr. C B. llollins,
and Harold It. Cro-.
At the senin? table were: Mr. A. F.
Neate,.Mi Frances Denn, Mr. C F.
McVej, Mrs. Turner Clinkscales, Mrs.
j. A. Stewart. Mr. Will Smith, Mrs, J.
E, Sjlcs and Mr. J. B. Heberlinp.
Amcnp the as-itants were: Mrs Alex
ander Martin. Mrs. Ceorje Ko, Mrs.
Tom Kinp, Mrs. Herbert II. White, Mrs,
R. L. Sawer; Misses Jane. Kodgers,
Catherine Ware, Catherine Bell, Florence
Baler, Helen .Morrow, Elizabeth Creen,
Elizabrth ?ct. Molly Morpan, Margaret
Bopp, F.uth Ean, GlaJs McClain,
Qaeen Smith, Cladjs McKinIc, Virginia
Cardner, Dee Dalton and Mjrtle Stewart.
; PIU DELTA T11ETA TO
A nuirber of the members of the Phi
Dtlta Thcta fraternity arc entertaining
their mothers at the chapter hou-c this
wcrk-oml. Tlie Rue't', mot whom ar
rived imlai, are: Mrs. J. P. Henderson,
Mrs. H. II Beek Mr-. A. I. Custin,
Mr. .M. C I'aaton and Mr-. Adilie II.
Owen of Kansi- Gh ; Mr-. W. A. Dall
"mcver. Mr Charle- Tweedie and Mrs.
A. T. Duirm of Jeffer-on Ciu ; Mrs. M.
1 Ru-l Mr-. V.. I) Harn and Mr-.
Thomas McUee of Broolfield; Mr-. V.
II. Brown and Mrs. S. Sommers of St.
Louis; Mrs. J. C Mclaughlin and Mrs.
Crant Crawfml of Scdalia; Mrs. S. F.
McEwen of St. Jo-eph; Mrs. F. L. Staf
ford of Wind-or, Mo.; Mrs. W. P. Byram
of lchi-on, Kan.; Mrs. Dennj of Cree
Coeur, Mo.; Mrs. C T. McConnell of
Houstonia. Mo.; and .Mrs. M. W. Burke
of Fulton, Mo.
There will be a reception held at the
chapter house at 8 o'clock this evening.
The ri-iting mothers, a- well as those
who lire in Columbia, and Mrs. Cusie
Smith, the fraternit) chaperon, will form
the receiving line. They will be assisted
by Mr. C B. Miller, Mrs. I. 0. Hocka
Azy, Mrs. John E. SjLe Mrs. Florence
Kline, Mr-. A. F. Neate, Mr.
Frank Bearing, Oean Eva John
ston, Mrs. Sidnrj Bollins ami Mrs.
Dudlev S. Omle and Mrs. Will Conic).
There will lie a luncheon at 1 o'clock
Saturday -at the country club, given for
the mother- b) the wives of the Phi Del
ta Theta alumni who live in Columbia.
The Ubles will be decorated with chrys
anthemums. An informal reception will
be held afterward. The hostes-es for
this luncheon will be Mrs. E. Sydney Ste
phens, .Mrs. C C. Bowling Mrs. Frank
Dearing, Mrs. Frank Rollins Mrs. Frank
Conley, .Mrs. Sidney Rollins, Mrs. Dudley
Conle) and .Mrs. Villi Conley.
Saturdav afternoon there will be sev-
cral small matinee partio and motor j
rides, and the visitors will be honor j
guests at the tea for the vi-iting Kappa j
Kappa bimnu mothers at the Kappa.
Inii-e from 4 until 6. An informal din
ner will he given at the chapter Iiouse
Satunlay evening, after which the gucts
ill go to the Baser dance.
Sunday morning the mothers and sons
will attend church together .and later
hare 1 o'clock dinner at the chapter house.
-Most of the guest- will leave Columbia
Mrs. J. T. Johnson and daughter, I
iiii-e, Jir. L. F. Mitchell and Mrs. Or
lirdo Worrell, all of Mexico, were the
pie-ls ol .Mrs. C. C Hammond at the
Dana Pre-s Club jesterdav.
Dr. Ellsworth Moody of Joplin is spend-
'"S several uavs as a euct at the Dana
Press Club. Dr. Moody is a former Uni-
ciN.j siunent, ami a member of th
Chi Chi Chi, uppcrclass inter-fraternity
ai-ocialion, announces the pledging of
"ie loilow.ng: Herbert Pruett, Jack
bating, Urn SIuher and Bill Cilgcs.
Alpha Dell.l Pi innminrH iI.a fn,M.I
initiation of Miss Kalherine Sannibeck
t Mexico, Mo, Mis, Katherine Freeman
W Joihn, and .Miss Mary Frances Noel
i ivansas tity.
DelU Theta Phi announces the pledg-j
"gof Houston Buckle) and Alvin Schutz.
The Reverend and .Mrs. W. O. Shew-1
Drier entertained with an informal tea;
atternoon for the Presbyterian girls
f Carinian and Stephens Colleges.
Mrs. J. E. Wrench and Mrs. M. C. Mehl
"rai to Louisiana ,Mo, this morning.
Tmt are delegates io the fourth district
lie Missouri Federation of Women's
Mrs. Florence Williams went to Chilli
he to spend the week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P.. Boswell went to St.
Joseph this morning to make a visit.
Dr. V. H. R. Fairchild went to Centra-
ibis morning where he will make 3
Ms Marie Miller is the week-end guest
Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Tarr, 1316 Ro-e
street. Mi8s Miller is a graduate of the
""wsJty and a member of the Alpha!
j ' soront). She i now teaching in i
" mgn school at Independence, Mo.
". W. C. Manly will entertain
fj this afternoon for Mrs. A. A.
? f Tarrenshurg and Mrs.
Umstopher of Kan-a City.
TO GIVE TEA DANCE
The members of the Alpha Tau Omega
fraternity will entertain with an infor
mal tea dance from 4:30 until 9 o'clock
tomorrow. The chapter house will be
decorated with autumn leaves and flowers.
The chaperons and patrons will be Mr.
and Mrs. FIo)d E. Jan is Miss Elva
Plank, Mrs. Flora Woodward, Mrs. C B.
Rollins and Mrs. George Ross, the frater
The guests will be Misses Dorothy
Johnston, Doroth) Martin, Irma Bewyer,
Betty Franklin, Jean Logan, Catherine
Morgan, Julia Cornish, Marjorie Har
baugli, Muriel Easlman. Helen Shelb),
Katherine Wheeler, Elizabeth Agee, Bcr.
lha Johnstone, Margaret Fithianj Pegg)
Kinsella, Virginia Kodgcrs, Jeanette As
bury, Dorothy Turner, Cora Mcndcnhalf,
Anna Katherine S)kes, Ada Parrish and
School of Medicine in the University,
and is a member of the Alpha Tau Ome
ga fraternity. Miss Moore is the daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rutherford
Moore of East St. Louis. The couple
will be at home in Kansas City after No
FORMER M. U. STUDENT
MARRIES MISS MOORE
Announcements have been received of
the marriage of Miss Susie Lee Moore of
East St. Louis, III, to Dr. Alvan Sach
Rowitz of Kansas City, on October 14. Dr.
Sach Row iu is a former student in the
DELTA TAU DELTA
TO GIVE BRIDGE-DANCE
At the Delta Tau Delta bridge-dance
tomorrow, the guests will be: Misses
Gladys McKjnley, Eleanor Ren fro, Eliza
beth Agee. Dorothea Burbach, Betty How
ell, Virginia Reid, Elizabeth Enten, Mary
Ceraldine Holmes, Laura Frances 1 leaden,
Frances Dujsing, Emily Baca, Mr. and
Mrs. Walter S. Ritchie, and Mr. and Mrs.
James S. Williams.
Bridge will be plajed from 2 o'clock
till 4, and there will be dancing from 4
o'clock till 6.
HALLOWE'EN DANCE AT
KMGHTS OF COLUMBUS
The students at the Knights of Colum
bus student Home will entertain with a
Hallowe'en dance tomorrow'evening. Thi
Quadrangle Orchestra will furnish tli
music. The chaperons will be: Mr. and
Mrs. W. II. Sweeney, Mr. and Mrs. B. D.
Simon, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hcibel and
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Tchan.
The following members of the Beta
pui . puads li XiiujaiEJt ;j riaiij
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Underpribing Sale of
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Values to $12.95
Black Eanne Velvet Hats
' Black and Colored Lyons Velvet Hats '
Velvet and Metallic Combinations
Beautiful Duvetyn Hats
Hats for every age, type and taste. Small, medium
and large effects, trimmed with feathers, ribbons, bows .
and fancv novelties. All colors and combinations are in
Choice Saturday $5.95.
From the Maker, to the Wearer
Are Designed to Flatter and to
For the women of Columbia and vicinity who. desire to purchase
Furs of any description, we have 'arranged to have a representa
tive of America's leading Fur House put on display at our store a
$35,000 stock of the world's very newest models in Ladies' Furs
and Fur Coats.
Beginning Saturday afternoon-Monday, October 23
and Tuesday, October 24
See Our Windows-818 Broadway
An opportunity to select Furs of quality and distinction at a pronounced
saving, from the largest fur stock shown in Columbia. Furs can be de
livered immediately or a reasonable deposit will hold a garment for future
delivery. Remember, you are buying direct from the manufacturers,
thereby effecting a big saving.
Don't Forget Our Extra Special Sale of
Suits and Dresses
For ThislVeek-end Selling
$39.75 $44.75 $54.50 $89.50
Suits for Suits for Suits for Suits for
$29.75 $34.75 $44.50 $7$.00
$29.75 up to $34.75 Dresses For $24.75
Another Rack of Dresses at $19.95
And Another Rack Marked $14.95.
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