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title: 'The Columbia evening Missourian. (Columbia, Mo.) 1920-1923, October 20, 1922, Last Edition, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4',
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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1922
FOKTNIGHTLV CLUB IS
NOW AT 30 YEAR MARK
Organized to Unite Wires of the
Faculty Now Has 300
In and Near Boone County
The Fortnightly Club is thirty jear
fjd. It was tire first woman's club in Co-
Inmbia to become a member of the Na
tional FeJralion of Women's Clubs.
Nearlr all of the charter members
vere present at its fir't meeting of the
jear which a helj this month.
In 1892 the Fortnightly Club, with
Mrs. R. II. Je-c as the first president,
was organized to unite the whes of the
faculty members in a closer relation-hip.
It met at prhate iiomc and was orig
inally a '5halci3rc club. '"Coriolanus"
has the first play to be read. Papers
vere alo contributed.
Since tlien the programs have been
tarietl, dealing eicciall) with problems
of Interest to nniiersit) nomen. Topics
of ciw, political, ami hvgirnic imor
tance ate tlitni'ytl. Muicale anil
dcmon-lralioii work are a!-u gien.
The membership no" '"ludes almut
3)0, tbo-e iliii!e Iieing facult mem
bers or ie of faculty memlier or aI
mHii'tratite bead. thn.e connected with
tlie L'imeritv Ilipli S-Imol, the Klemen
tary School and the library staff.
(Continual From Page Thee.)
oh' of town: William Arm-trong. Jaifc
Baldwin. Robert Hart, and Eicrett Patter-on
will fft to St. Louis; Paul Higgle.
AVarwicl. Uenedict, Ru--ell Rallis and
Arthur Adam will go to Kansas Gt;
Ceorpe Spin and Ijmbert OWIalley hac
gHe to Lincoln, ?eb.; Robert Sm-her
al I!od HarwoiKl Iiae pine to Chicago;
(.Iiarles Hell is li-iling at his home in
Marshall; Esmond Ilirkej will go to S
italia; ami Uimaril EUtnr will go to St.
Mis Lucille Coleman is very ill.
C. L. Rice of Columbia i'ited B.
Rice Tuesday night.
C C Torbit delivered several bead of
cattle in Rocheport Tuesday.
Mrs. Robert Calvin is ill with tonsili
!i. .Mis .Margaret IluJ'on is limiting hr
brother, Edwin Hud-on, in Columbia.
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Cork were guets
Tueday of Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins jn
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Douglass and son.
Richard, and C. L. Torbit were in Co
lumbia on business Tuesday.
Mi-s Matilda Bondramit attended the
funeral of her uncle at Ashland Tues-
The members of the De Molay chapter
(us Centralia attends the meeting of the
De Moby chapter in Mexico, Thursday
Mrs. Ethel Younger and daughter hate
returned to their home in Long Beach,
Calif, after an extended visit here with
Mrs. James Morris entertained Thurs
day afternoon in honor of her daughter
Margaret's fourth birthday. There were
twenty guests present.
W. S. Draie i- in St. Louis altendin,
lb" meeting of the Crand Masonic Lodge
of Mi oiiri. Jeanctte Uliite is teaching
in bis place during his absence.
Theta Searcy, teacner of domestic
science in tre Centralia High School, had
an observation for the mid-week club
Wfdnesda, to show the work of the pu-
SPURNS FORTUNE TO WED
Anna Laura Wilfiite. daughter n Mr. ,pdsof the cking and sewing class.
fiirch Wilhite, has a very .-ere ca-e of
Mr. and .Mrs Dewey Clerjcns ware Tnlnmhi;! Thlirs. firh 9Rih
, . . w
recent guests of Mr.
Mrs. Robert Cahin.
Clemen' motlwr. '
Musician Promised Daughter $100,
000 and Violin
Bf L'luleJ ft
Uostov, Uci. aj. "i-aui isworth a
million. declared Drettv Mrs. Paul
White, wlio eaie tin a fortune nf tlnl'.
000 and a $20,000 violin to marry Paul
White, voun? eotnnoser .itirl tfiMiir -it
the Boston Conservatory of Music
Bohemuir Krjl, noted musician of CJii
caso. had Dromised bis daupdter Sinn .
000 and the violin if she would not marry
until she was 30 jears old.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Foundations for Memorial Tower.
Sealed proposals for the construction
of Foundations and Corner Stone of a
Memorial Tower at Columbia, Mo., will
be received by the Curators of the Uni
versity of Missouri until 11 a. m. Sat
urday, October 28th, 1922.
Plans and specifications may he ob
tained from the undersigned or from
Jamieson & Spearl, Architects, St. Louis,
The right is reserved to reject any or
Edward E. Brown,
Business Mgr. Columbia, Mo.
October 18tb, 1922
Final Oct 28.
You get service and satisfac
Mrs. Sallie Cook returned Jo her nn, 1
Leslie Cook, after a week's vi-it iutli'
Mrs T. A. Clemens.
Mrs. Emmett Williamson went to the !
hospital TucmIj). She will have an
X rav taken.
Selling Old Magazines
Phone 392 Will Call
KLASS COM. CO.
Mi-s llie Drjraan and Mi- Lenora
Cl-lflMn of Spring field. Mo, are week
end gaels at the lpha I) Ita Pi house.
They arc form-r I'niier-it) students and
came to attend the ISarnwarming tonight.
Mhh Alice Mirsillcs is spending the
week enil in KirKille, Mo.
Mfs IjiHi-c Toben left today to spend
the week-end at lier home in RWmfield,
Miss M. M. ISraslK-ar, liad as her gue-t
lier M-ter, Mr-. J. M. Barker. Mr. Bar
ker left for Kirksille today where she
will visit her mother for a few da)S and
then leate fober home in Sandoint,
Mis Laura Stephens left today for Lin
coln, Neb , where she will be the gue?t of
the Kappa Kappa Gamma sororit.
Mrs. C. D. ForiKce and children were
visitors in Columbia Fridj).
Mr. and Mrs C E Meffert were vi-i-tors
in Columbia. Thurdav.
Mrs. Ijiuis Ilulen and daughter, Ceral-
Jine vi-ited in Moberlv, Mondav.
Mrs. I). L. RoImtIs and rniither, Mrs.
illazlett hate Municd from a visit with
the former's itcr in South Dakota.
The Twentieth Centurv Club ealer-
taineil with an a!l-da meeting Thursilav
at the home of Mrs. W. I Creen.
E. S. Curtright anil famil) anil Air.
and Mrs. . II. Owing-, of Mulicrl mo
tortil to Jeffer-on (.it, ttetlne-lav.
Jennie Carpenter entertained the P.
E. O. club at her home, Tue-sljy afler-
T)ra M. Creen and famil) were the
week-end gifst- of Chester Green ami
The Social Needle Club met at the
home of Mrs R. I- Roberts Tue-dav. Re
freshments were served.
Dr. and Mr. O. I). Grin-tead enter
tained with a 6 o'cltK-k dinner, Monda) in
honor of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rarlelma.
CAN GET R.
John L. Piatt's
17 South 9th
Copy Work Dictation
Busineis letters, lectures, depositions,
theses, eta, books opened, posted and
Baldwin & Edwards
300 Cuitar BIdg. Phone 1762
Wall Paper, Painting,
Old Floors made new.
Phone 1691 White
si S''i-a.-- .
Tenth Year Hera
Elvira BIdg. Phone 35
University Papers, a specialty at
Rho Crews Walter
304 Guitar BIdg. Phone 1560
Do not neglect the landscape gardening that will make it the home ,
We will be glad to help ou arrange jour shrubbery and bulb pb
Say when and where 111 be there.
Bernard "The Florist"
p'hone 2121 Xo. 12 IWth Ninth Strtt
McRorie & Ornburn
Morris' Machine Shop
Welding and Machine
Hard-to-Find Auto Parts
Made to Order at
9th&Ash Phone 1223
O You Ags!
Perfection it Confection.
Millard & Sisson
Stephens College Girls
Will Be Allowed
t To Attend the Performance
Tuesday Night at the Hall Theatre
Make Your Reservations
At Once at Heibel's Pharmacy. f
GET A DATE
After today there will only be a few good seats
left. Get yours now.
Boy Scout Shoes
We have the regular soft toe Munson last
army shoe without hooks, so puttees fit good.
Also the outing type shoes that will wear" well.
Either style is good looking for school wear.
With each pair of shoes sold we will give
you a pocket knife FREE.
$2.50 to $4.75
"ics We Repair Shoes
The percolator will berin
to bubble at midnight
"'"s. . sharp and
We'll be ready to serve
the Barnwarmin' bunch
until half after one Satur-
Just Say Palms 1
The Great Heart of Music
Is best expressed by the mellow, sweet singing appeal of the violin
that soul stirring and elevating instrument.
An American, who has received the applause and appreciation of the music
critics of Europe the world's severest comes to Columbia as a master
interpreter, a violin virtuoso.
Oct. 23 at 8:15
You owe yourself this evening of emotional enjoyment. You can obtain it
for a minimum amount, fifty cents, by the purchase of an
UNRESERVED SEASON TICKET
This ticket gives you a choice unreserved balcony seat for the Phi Mu Al
pha's greatest concert series MacMillen being only one of manv artists
who will appear for
Single Reserved Seats $2.00
Single Unreserved Seats $1.00
Tickets on Sale
TOMORROW, OCTOBER 21
We Call X And
For P deliver
Phone R 325
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Phone 13 22 S. Ninth
Auto Raidiator Repair
All work guaranteed.
In Cook Bros. Garage,
on North Seventh
Heat With Oil
Wortbinglon Oil Sana
Less expenshc, ftr, keel
cleaner Fits an fnnuct
Far easier than the oldfuHsl
troublesome fj. I
See demonstration each rrestl
7 to 9 p. m.
C. W. Vanatta
im Shop 112 Nortl!
24 S. 9th.
Shoes Called for and De
livered Phone 63
Sweat Baths, Massaging
For Your Health
Virginia BIdg. Phone 1941
Office hours 8:30.12; 2-6; 7-10.
M. Pike Lawler, Masseur
Office hours: 8-10 a. m.
1-2 TV m
Evenings by appointment
Office Phone 2065
Our coal weighed on of I
Let me supply your ne I
lor the winter. n"i
delivery and quality, j
J. M. Reed Coal Coaf-!
1021 Ash Pho
Kes. .Phone 2040
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