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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, MONDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1922
News of Columbia Society
Tutwtar-Ladies' Day at the Country Club, luncheon and bridge.
Line parties for "Beau Brummel," 8 p. m.. Hall Theater.
Round Tabltf picnic (or members and their wives, 4:45 p. dl, at the
Daniel Boone Tat em.
Tednesday Rotary Ma-que Ball, 8:30 p. m, at the Country Club.
Dinner at Sigma Chi. houe. for Duke Paltry.
Meeting of Fortnightly Club, 3 p. m., Read Hall.
Thurday Monthly mating of the Daughters of 1812, 3 p. m., at home of
Mrs. Orville M. Barnett.
Afternoon tea at the home1 of Mrs. J. C Jones for the nurses of the
Buffet supper for the congregation of the Episcopal church at the
Members night at Country Club,
frida) Phi Kappa Psi Hallowe'en dance at chapter house.
Acacia Hallowe'en dance at the Daniel Boone Tavern.
Saturday Daubers Bohemian party at the studios.
Sanday dinner guests were:
At the Alpha Kappa Kappa houe,
Mrs. C V. McVej and Mrs. D. 0.' Pat
ten. At the Alpha Gamma Rho houe. Mrs.
Morse of Neosho, Mo, Stanley Crockett,
and 0. E. Allen.
At the Delta Theta Phi houe. Miss
t the DeMolay houe. Mies Med
die Ilomb. Angeline Wilhite, Louis
Cornish and Webster Xewton.
At the Acacia house. Dr. and Mrs.
John PicUrd, Dr. Ida Bohannon. Dr.
and Mrs. V. C Curtis Mr. and Mrs.
C E. Barkshire. and Mi" Elizabeth Lut
man. At the Alpha Tau Omega house. Dr.
and Mr-. C. W. Simonton, MNs Muriel
Eastman, and Mis' Bettj Franklin, and
At the Beta Theta Pi house. Dr. and
Mrs. Ilufflin. Dr. and Mr. J. W. Ran
kin. Dean F. M. Ti-del. and Dr. N. M.
At the Kappa Sigma house, Mis-es
Grace During, Frances Dujsing. Laura
dark, Mary Shutz, Virginia Ueid. Jon
nabelle Hunt, Ljdia Campbell, and Har.
riet Blanton of Paris Mo.
At the Kappa Alpha house. Misses
Tbeodosia Snjder. Neva Nell "Wester.
Dorothy Motlev. Julia Comish, Betty
Barr.ett, and Helen Welsh.
At the Phi Beta Pi houe. Dr. H. II
Charleton, Dr. E. W. E-enberg and
Miss Margaret Paul of Christian College.
At the Dana Press Club, Misses Leo
Hud-on, Mary Guitar, Marjorie Thomas.
Beulah De Hone), and Ann Rucker.
At the Sigma Phi Epsilon house.
Misses Ruth Hombs, Sarah Luhrs
Nelle Simp-on, Marie Gilmore, and
Sarah Be-s Talor.
At the Phi Gamma Delta house. Misses
Catherine l heeler, Ruth N'ewlle. Maiine
Chri-topher, Dean Eta Johnston. Mis
Gertrud Henrici, Mr. M. A. Christopher,
Prof, and Mrs. George Helm and
Prof, and Mrs. W. II. Ester.
At the Phi Kappa Psi house. Misses
Virginia Cardner, Laura Frances Head
en, Frances Du)sing. Virginia Duval.
Marjorie Wiggins. Marian Beal, Edna
BroHn, Maurine Frank and Dr. and
Mrs. 0. M. Stewart and Mr. E. E. Head
on of Kansas City.
At the Sigma Chi house, Mr and Mrs.
George Wolff of New Haven, Mo, Miss
M)rtle Wolff, Miss Euphemia Highlej
man, Mis Helen Davis Miss Virginia
Kodgcrs, and Mr. and Mrs. John Guy
Gibson and Mrs.Lason Price of Jef
At the Pi Kappa Alpha hou-e. Mr. and
Mrs. L. M. Crouch of Harrisonville,
.Mo, .Mr. and -Mr. Harry H. Bird, Mr.
Rusell Holloway, and Misses Marjorie
Newton, Laura Ben Wild, and Marjorie
B.MQVET GIVES FOR
.There were about forty guests at the
banquet given at Harris' Cafe Saturday
eiening in honor of David Lawrence, head
of the Consolidated Press Association and
political corre-pondent. The hosts were
Sigma Delta Chi, journalistic fraternity,
and Theta Sigma Phi journalistic sorority.
The guests were members of these organ
izations and of Gamma Alpha Chi and
AlphTDelta Sigma and the faculty of the
School of Jojurnalism.
A four-course dinner was served, after
which Mr. Lawrence was presented by
Gerald Perrj. president of Sigma Delia
Chi. He gate a short talk, and the com
pany adjourned to Jay II. Neff Hall,
where Mr. Lawrence addressed a large
audience in the auditorium.
SUNDAY DINNER GUESTS
AT SORORITY HOUSES
Sunday dinner guests at. the sororit)
houses jesterday were:
Kappa Kappa Gamma: Mrs. M. A.
ShrUtopher of Kansas City, Mr. and
Mrs. John Houx of Marshall, Mrs. G.
B. Wood of Kansas City, Mrs. J. A. Mc
intosh of Chicago, Mrs. L. E. Wassmer
of Kansas Gty, Mrs. Bert Price of
Marshall, Mrs. J. H. Wright of Joplin.
Mrs. A. P. Creen of Mexico, Mrs. C
R. N'owell of Paris Mrs. J. E. Polk of
Kansas City, Mrs. W. II. Shultz of Kan
sas City and Mrs. II. Mize of Atchison,
Alpha Delta Pi: Mrs. C. Richardson,
Miss Lillie Law son and Miss Gladts
Chi Omega: 'Mis Frances Wetmore
and Miss Velma Barnes of Paris, Mo,
and 0-car Stouts of Fulton. ,
Delta Gamma: Mrs. E. C. Trimble
nf Kansas City, Mr. and Mrs. Rens
Stratton and John Vos-brink.
Alpha Phi: Mrs. O. W. Arcularius of
Washington, Mo, Miss Edith Arcutarins,
Mits Bertha Yates of St. Louis and Miss
Florence Bristow of Kansas City.
Gamma Phi Beta: Nelson Jennett
and Len Hinson.
ctte Asbury, Dorothy Turner, Cora Men
denhall, Anna Kathexine Sykes, Ada
Parrish and Enger ttillix.
Cuests from other fraternities were
Harry Westbay, L. M. Crouch, Lewis
Baker, Cornelius Roach, Dick Sinz,
Howard Rusk, Harold Barr, L. C Kasse-
baum, Gordon "Wakefield, John Quiglej
John Miller, Paul Hausraan, Charles
McAIester and Xowery Dyke.
Formal announcement has been made
of the marriage Sept. 23 of Miss
Thelma Hugo of Chicago, III, and B.
H. Wigbels Jr, of New York City. Mr.
Wigbels formerly attended the Uniter
sity and was graduated from the School
of Engineering in 1919. He is a
brother of Miss Annie Belle Wigbels of
the Alpha Qamma Delta sorority.
Mr. and Mrs. Rea of Carrollton, are
spending the week-end with their daugh
ter, Mis Ruth Rea of the Pi Beta Phi
house. They drove to Jefferson Gty jes
terday for a daj's visit.
DAVID HEENAN LATELY
MARRIED IN HAWAII
Word has been receited of the marriage
of Datid Heenan, Jr, and Mrs. Genetiete
Silk, September 20. at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. John T. Warren in Honolulu,
Hawaii. AH the members of the wedding
party were members of the Honolulu
Mrs. Heenan is a graduate of Wellesley
College, and was on the editorial staff of
the Bed Cross publication until she went
to Honolulu last tear to teach in the
Phillips Commercial School of that city.
Mr. Heenan was graduated from the
Scluwl of Journalism of the Unitersity of
Missouri in 1920. He went to Honolulu
immediately, and was financial editor of
the Star-Bulletin, until he became public
it) manager of the States Theater last
jear. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Da
tid Heenan of Kansas City. The couple
will make their liome in Honolulu.
ALPHA TAU OMEGA GAVE
TEA DANCE SATURDAY.
The members of the Alpha Tau Omega,
fraternity entertained with an informal
dance Saturday from 4:30 to 9 o'clock.
The chaperons were: Mr. and Mrs. FIo)d
E. Jarvis, Miss Elva Plank, Mrs. Flora
Woodward, Mrs. C B. Rollins and Mrs.
George Ross. The guests were: Misses
Dorothy Johnston, Dorothy Martin, Jrma
lieujer, Betty Franklin, Jean Logan,
Catherine Morgan, Julia Cornish, Mar
jorie Harbaugh, Muriel Eastman, Helen
Shelby, Katherine Wheeler, Elizabeth
Agce, Bertha Johnston, Margaret Fithian,
Peggy Kinsella, Virginia Rodgers, Jean-
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to think of
Phone 35 Wesley Blackmore
FORMER STUJDENTS MARRIED
OCTOBER 21 IN MUSKOGEE
Miss Leah Fay Holcombe and Ken
neth Reid were married Saturday even
ing at 9:00 o'clock at the home of the
bride's parents. Air. and Mrs. J. R.
Holcombe, 2116 Court street, Muskogee,
Okla. The Rev. New Harris of the St.
Paul's Methodist Episcopal Church read
the double ring ceremony.
The attendants were: Miss Mabel
Ruth Bandy of Colombia, maid of honor.
Mrs. Forres Dock of Okmulgee, Okla,
matron of honor, and Miss Eva Harrison,
bridesmaid. Luther J. Reid, of Okmul
gee, brother of the room, was the best
man, and the groomsmen were Ret burn
Fearside and Forrest: Dock of Okmulgee.
After a two weeks." tour in the West,
Mr. and Mrs. Reid will come to Colum
bia for a short visit before returning
to Muskogee. Mrs. Jieid is a former
student of the Unitersity and a pledge
of the Alpha Delta Pi sorority.
The guests were: Misses Katherine
Wheeler, Maurine Mats, Ctadjs McKin
ley, Edith Brown, Helen Horn, Eliza
beth Agee, Dorothy Martin, Nell
Cfrvnn, Peggy Kinsella, Maxine Chrit
opher, Virginia Gardner, Martha Hod-
gon and Eunice Woodruff.
PROF. AND MRS. CURTIS
HOLD OPEN HOUSE
Prof, and -Mrs. W. C. Curtis, 208
Hicks atenue, held open house last et-
ening from 8 until 10:30 o'clock for a
number of University students and oth
er friends. There were about twenty
guests. The evening was spent tery in
formally, music and contests composing
the entertainment. Refreshments were
serted late in the et ening.
ferson City arrited )esterday afternoon
to spend a few days with Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Anderson, 1201 Paris road. They
were entertained at dinner at the Broad
more Inn last et ening.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Stamper, Miss
Hazel Braun and Bernard Warner of
Salisbury and .Mr. and .Mrs. W. B.
Sappington and Mrs. J. Z. Williams of
Mexico, Mo, motored to Columbia jes
terday to spend the day with Mrs. C
C Hammond, of the Dana Press Club.
300 ATTEND PARTY
The annual Y. W. C A.-Y. M. C. A.
party was giten Saturday night in the Y.
M. C A. auditorium. The decorations
were Oriental and the people who assisted
wore Oriental costumes. There were 300
The program for tha et ening consisted
of dancing, fortune telling and a special
stunt, "Blue Beard's "Wives." Refresh
ments of doughnuts, cider and ice cream
cones were served.
"It was quite a success" said Miss Lil
lie Law son, secretary of the Y. W. C A,
"and I think it would be a good plan to
hate these Darties more often. PerhaDs
we can hate another at the beginning of
the winter term.
DELTA TAU DELTA
Delta Tau Delta announces the formal
initiation jesterday morning of: Sher
man Morton of Kansas City; Sam Hol
land of Peoria, III.; John Land is of St.
Joseph; and Elmer Van Sickle of St.
After initiation, there was a banquet
at the chapter house, at which the hon
or guest was Dr. D. R. Scott, formerly
a professor in the Uniiers.it)-, who has
been a Delta Tau Delta for more than
sixty j ears.
The Women's Extension Club met Sat
urday afternoon at the home of Mrs. R.
R. Thomasson, Melbourne avenue. The
program decided upon for the first part
of the jear was current etents. A party
will be given Not ember 4, at the home of
Miss Essie M. Hejle, 303 Hicks avenue,
for the members and their husbands.
Mr. and Mrs. J. tl. Wright left for
their, home in Joplin this morning. They
are driving through. Mrs. Wright spent
the last week as the guest of her daugh
ter. Miss Phoebe Louise Wright, at the
Kappa Kappa Gamma house. Mr. Wright
arrited Saturday from St. Louis
Senator and Mrs. W. C Irwin of Jef-
Miss Ida A. Potter, 803 Elm street,
entertained the following fuiests at din
ner at the Chimney Corner last night:
Mr. and Mrs Lester Dribble of Glas
gow. Mo, Mrs. J. T. Dribble, Miss Alta
Dribble,-and Miss Lois Dribble.
Mr. and Mrs. John Houx and Cliff
Coodwin motored to their home in Mar
shall )csterday. Mrs. Houx was the guest
of Miss Ctadjs Houx for the week-end,
and Mr. Houx and Mr. Goodwin motored
oter for the day.
Mr. ami Mrs. John Guy Gibson and
Mrs. T. L. Price motored otcr from Jef
ferson Gty jesterdaj-, and were guests at
the Sigma Chi house.
Dr. C. A. Wells and F. A. Wilson of
Quincy, 111., and Miss Eugenia Dodd were
dinner guests of Miss Betty Wilson at the
Delta Delta Delta house Saturday. Dr.
Wells and Mr. Wilson motored to Columbia.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Stephens of Fresno,
Calif, who have been the guests of Mr.
and Mrs F. A. Neate, left )eterday for
Paris, Mo, where they will spend a few
da)s before returning home.
Wetmore and C E. Nolan of Paris, .Mo.
and Oscar Stouts of Fulton, Mo.
Miss El-ie Dierck. a former student in
the Unitersit), isjhe guest of Miss Fran.
ces Carter, 717 Gentry place. They we're
dinner guests at the Delta Delta Delta
Miss Mabel Ruth Bandy returned
Sunday etening from Mu-kogee, Okla,
where she was maid of honor at the
Holcombe-Rcid wedding. While there
Miss Band) was entertained at several
luncheons and teas.
Selling Old Magazines
Phone 392 Will Call
KLASS COM. CO.
Dr. J. B. Cole
Ex. Nat. Bk. Bldg. 3rd Floor
Miss Dorothy Motley of Bowling Green,
Mo, and Miss Annie Laurie Glazier and
Miss Frances Muncl of Boontillv were
week-end guests at the Delta Delta Delta
The pledges of the Sigma Alpha Epsi
lon fraternity entertained the pledges of
the Delta Tau Delta fraternity at dinner
J. M. Roberts, of Chicago, Grand Re
gent of the Sigma Nu fraternity wtcd
the chapter here Friday. .Mr. Roberts
Mrs. Dudley S. Conley will entertain
the Knitting Club at her home this
Miss Potter entertained a party of six
at the Chimney Corner jesterdaj'.
Dr. Sanford Cole entertained with a din
ner for file gue-ts at the Broadmore Inn
Mr. and Mrs. Will Bright were the din
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Anderson
at the Broadmore Inn jeterday. '
Mrs. Sue McKcc of Hilldale and her
son, Joseph, and daughters, Frances and
Katherine tisited Mrs. McKec's daughter,
Mrs. Margaret Drake, 1113 Unitersity
atenue last week-end.
Dinner guests at the Chi Omega house
jesterday were Mrs. F. W. Flojd of St.
Louis, Miss Velma Barnes, Miss Frances
HENRY N. EVERSOLE
TO BE MARRIED SOON
Announcement has just been received
in Columbia of the marriage of Henry N.
Etersole of Fulton to Miss Ann Clause of
St. Louis. Mr. Etersole was graduated
from the Unitersity of Missouri, hating
receited his A. B. degtee in 1910 and LL.
B. in 1912. He was one of the charter
tnembers of the local chapter of Pi Kappa
Alpha. He serted as captain in the
World War and is now a member of the
law firm of Cate & Etersole at Fulton.
Mi-s Clause is a former.student of Wash
WEDDING OF FORMER
COLUMBIA HIGH STUDENT
Announcement has been made of the
wedding of Miss Helen Elizabeth John
son and Harry Eugene Bowman in Des
Moines. la. Mr. Bowman formerly
lited in Columbia and was graduated
from Columbia High School in 1920. He
is now with his brother in the Standard
Motor Parts Co. in Des Moines. After
a short wedding trip Mr. and Mrs.
Bowman will be at home at 1715 East
Ninth street, Des Moines.
PHI GAMMA DELTA HAVE
INDOOR STEAK FRY
The Phi Gamma Delta fraternity
entertained with a steak-fry jesterday
etening. Games were plajed and later
the guests were taken on a truck ride.
Will be given the privilege of attending
The Masque Ball
The Rotary Club
at the r
' Country Club
Get your dates now
Costumes at Barth's.
Tickets at Barth's, Missourian, Exchange
The American Legion Auxiliary will
meet at 7:30 o'clock this etening at the
Mrs. W. B. Atchison of Ccntralia was a I
guest at the Pi Beta Phi hou-c today.
If you have lost or found some
thing use Missourian Want Ads.
Our first mid-season offering on all dress
models, consisting of dress, dinner and even
for Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
These are all new arrivals and await your
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in Better Quality
Elegance is the keynote of these
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gorgeous trimmings all contrib
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four Inspection Is Invited.
Sateen Bloomers well made, re-in-forced
in colors, green, purple,
black, knee or ankle length.
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From the Maker to the Wearer
ONE MORE DAY
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Quality and Distinction
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Not a Few But Many
of the Newest Styles
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nnTuivtimiip tn nWt furs nf nutilitv and dis
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Red Ring Dry Mash
Certainly you cannot afford to feed a hen that
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