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title: 'The Columbia evening Missourian. (Columbia, Mo.) 1920-1923, November 21, 1922, Last Edition, Page PAGE THREE, Image 3',
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News of Columbia Society
Society editor's telephone, 320. Pleat
nil bettieen 9 and 12 o clock.
LVXCUEOS FOR LADIES'
DAY AT COUNTRY CLUB
The hostes-es for Ladies' Day at the
Ccnnlry Club today were: Mrs. C B.
Hollies, Mr?. Thomas Mcllarg, Mrs. John
E. Skcs and Mrs. Anna Johnon.
Mrs. Margaret Chamberlain enter
tained at luncheon. Her guests were:
Mrs. A. FrcdcndalL Mrs. Derby Bass,
Mr. James Gordon, Mrs. II. I. Bragg
and Mr. S. C Ilichardon.
Mr. M. L. Lipsccmb, Sr, had as her
puct: Mrs. Sterling Lipscomb of Bar
ton. Fla. Mrs. J. C Jones, and Mrs. J.
Mr:. Lo)ce Thompson of Toronto,
Lanaila, was the guest of .Miss Pearlc
Mitchell. Mr. C. F. McVey entertained
Mie. Onille liarnett.
ASOL XCES PLEDGES
The IJcta Sigma Oraicron sorority of
Stephens College announces the pledging
of the following: Miscs Pauline Bran-r-ick,
Kanas City; Hester Engle, Trcn
lo.i; Ellen Donoan, Liberty; Alary AIice
Cor.lcr. Girder; Valletta Poague, Galla
tin: Loner Kcplogie, Carthage; Lois
(".albert, Oklahoma City, Okla.; Julia
Dickson, Shreicport, La.; Maurine
Smith. Ilonling Green; Frances White
siil,. and Winifred Winn, Tulsa, Okla.;
I-crrame McWilliams and Mary Louie
Mrs. I!a)monJ Martin and son, Bay
mord, Jr., cf Kitksville arrived in Co
lunibia today to iit her parents, Mr.
and Mr-,. Gentr' Clark, 1400 Bass -ae-mi".
Twy will remain in GolnmtiiA nn.
til aftrr the wedding of Mivs Do rot In
Uark on December 1. Mrs. Martin was
former!) Miss Mary Clark of this city.
Mrs J. W. Hidings ami Mrs. C E.
IlarkJure were liMcssc, to six tables of
Itrid'f e-Ierdaj afteronon, in honor of
Mr Truman Will of St. Louis, who is
ii-itin Mr. Killing, and Mrs. W. II.
San.llord and Mr. Zclla Wilkins, who
arc the guets of .Mrs. J. W. Caudle.
ART FxmniT r, ,...
AUSPICES OF DAUBERS
A private showing of Balcom's Lin
oleum Print, w. i..ij .
o clock this afternoon in the Archacol
og.cal Maseum on the third floor of
Jesse Hall. This exhibit is under the
.p.ces of the Daubers and the prints
arc shown , k- . ., ,.
.... . lc (.uunesy oi tnc Hom
ing Art Store of Kansas City. A copy
..... i.ui urn ce ,n tne january ,s.
sue of Sz-rikn... r -, ...
-- ..-..w s ..ugaxine. inerc will
J P"b,i showing of. thee prints
..jU.iaj, lnursday and Friday.
Mr. Hf.r1.Mr rtl 1 it rr r-
"" uiumcr ana .iir. ii. i.
Bui assisted in entertaining. One hun
dred visitors called daring the afternoon.
Fred C Trigg of the editorial staff of
the Kancas City Star was a guen of the
ifound table at luncheon todav. M
Trigg came to Columbia jcslerday to ad
dtvs the students of the School of
Journalism. While here he was the
guest cf President and Mrs. J. C Jones.
The Juniors of Stephens College will
lrcsent the "Junior Jollies" at 8 o'clock
Saturdat evening in the college audi-
tcnum. One hundred and fifty girls
will be in tlie cat. Seeral reservations
hue been made for line parties.
Mr. and Mrs. Bay E. Bice, who have
com- from Demob., India, will speak at
a nutting tomorrow afternoon at 3
o'clock at the Christian Church. The
nwctini is for all members and their
SIGMA CHI MEMBERS
OIVE DINNER PARTY
Jhe Sigma Chi fraternity will enter
tain the following girls at a dinner partv
this evening: Misses Alice Sim, Flir
ence Hein. Dornihv Tnl,nctnn !!..:.'.
Harbaugh, Exie Gray, .Marian Clinton,
irma uewjer, Helen Horn, Virginia
Harris, Dorothv Steiinvm T.nms r.;i.
mer, .Mary Banks, Mary Ljons Jean
i-ogan, Anna Katlicnne Sjkes and
Maurine Ma)s; and Mrs. Ella Talor.
MRS. A. L. HYDE SPEAKS
TO FORTNIGHTLY CLUB
The Fortnightlv Club will Imld iia re.
ular meeting at 3 o'clock tomorrow af.
ternoon in the parlors of Bead Hall. The
program will be in charge of Mrs. A.
Lincoln Hyde, who will speak on "The
Mediaeval and Modern Mitprv Pl.n "
The hostesses for this meeting will be
Mrs. B. II. Emberson and Mrs. II. Wade
BoonwIIe and Glade Yoder of Latour
were among the visitors for the football
game last Saturday. They spent the
week-end as the house guests of Mr. and
Mrs. C A. Helm, 1517 Rosemary lane.
Miss Ann Elizabeth Lewis of Howard
Payne College, who has been the week
end guest of-Miss Elizabeth Agee at
the Phi Mu house, returned to Fayette
THE CohlMBI A EVENING MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY. .NnVF.lVTBff.ff 21, 1922
Mrs. C B. Miller will entertain at her
borne on Stewart Road at 2:30 oIock
tomorrow afternoon in honor of Miss
Lucille Evans whose marriage to James
Phelan will take place next week.
Mrs. Frederick Tlilnl.in lSflfl ITniviT.
sity a.enue, entertained a number of
iriends informally at tea this afternoon
from 4 until 6 o'clock in honor of sev
eral out-of-town visitors.
The Library Club will meet Saturday
night in the library of Ja II. Neff Hall.
Miss Lula Testerman and Miss Julia
Sampson will act as hostesses.
The Artillery Club will giie a dance
at Rothwell Gjmnasiura Friday eicninp.
Law School faculty, and Miss Norenel
Conley were dinner guests at the Phil
Delta Phi house Sunday noon.
Mr. and Sir. Sterling Lipscomb, ofi
Bartow, Ha, arrived jesterday to visit
Mrs. M. L. Lipstcmb, Sr.
Mrs. Oliie B. Ware will lea.e lomor-l
row- for Sedalia where she will spend sev
eral days visiting friends.
The Kiwanis Club held their regular I
luncheon at the Chimney Corner today at
Miss Ida Rhea Pearson of Mexico,
Mo, is spending a few dajs at the Chi
Makes your car run better
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Thurman of Kan
sas Gty, Mr. and Mrs. C T. Barrett of
who like frozen
delicacies for des
sert will be de
Fruit Salad Brick."
Mrs. Belle Kirkbride will entertain at
lun-KT thij etenisg at the Kappa Sigma
house fir Mrs. J. E. Thornton, Mrs. C
I. Mcrj and .Miss Pearle Mitchell.
They vi'l spend the evening plajing
Mr. and Mis. A. E. Fouls and their
daughter, Helen, of Trenton, visited
thejr son, Harold E. Fouts, at the Phi
Delta Phi house over the week-end and
returned to their home Monday.
Ask your friends if
they have used this
Tbe Ag Club will give a dance at
Itothv.rll Cvmr.asium Saturday night for
tlr benefit of the stock judging team
tf the College of Agriculture. The dance
is open to the public.
Tlie Mortar Board will entertain with
a benefit bridge from 4 to 6 o'clock
Friday afternoon at the Kappa Alpha
Mrs. Margaret Chamberlain entertain
ed the members of the Freshman Com
milieu with a tea at Read Hall at 4
o'ilock this afternoon. There were about
Mr. and Mrs. A. L Stern entertained
Dr. Edith MaUke and Miss Anna Du
lancj at dinner at the Colonial Tearoom
I f Wears Longest?
Fall & Winter
VAN FIELD, cut a little
higher, is the smartest
of-collars and the fore
most indictaioo of good
taste in dress.
BuTTonrcoDart of repatab!e retail
er. He won't offer Tu ubttlrut e
when you wk for VAN HEUSEN,
He knows tarn tin't aoT
the WoM's Smarted COLLAFi
PIULUPS-IONES CORPORATION. Malm. IMS BtotdwCT. Wen York
Professor and Mrs. J. L. Parks of the ' ll
iwllli 3HI&&I Skill, Speed and Service
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'Civsiii'li MMH ow 'sP'aT ' (e latC5t Plumbing ill
j KTv&S&5sk fSSM an "ca,ice Systems. Reasonable III
PigJHH KEX PLUMBINGT &
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. I A Poet On the Faculty--
III ! The University of Michigan II I
jjlljj employs this poet just for the u I
HI I III inspiration students get from
iyj .! - Knowing mm. rne iacuity oi ll I ill
tjijl1, this university has recognized
e 'nfluence poetry in in---.
terpreting and guiding our
L( ffQ-t-modem life.
vOf' you will have the opportun- I
ity to know Robert Frost, to
hear him read his poems, and III
to discuss "the new poetry." I
University Auditorium II
Next Friday?, November 24 1
' Tickets and Frost's Books at
The Missouri Store mm
I Tickets Are On Sale at 1
I Harris - A Broadmore
Jimmie's Missouri H
JIN College Inn store
,He5bel Taylor's Music 1
Pharmacy . ghop ffl
A 8 p. m. Admission 50 cents. I
i III f!11 Sfpnhpns fTnllprrp Tttminosc OfTixA f , III I HI
I III -" e - -j wm.i mi irasi- III HI
J rations where parties of 12 or more are desired. J 1
dl 'H - '- 1IB
All suits are
marked for a
quick sell. 1-3 off
in most cases.
Morning, Nov. 22
Dainty New Models, both
in the Silk and Cotton.
Specially Priced, 35c to
Ends Wednesday, November 29
A whole week of Thanksgiving Spirit and Special Prices for Our Customers.
Prepare now for Thanksgiving Day, for we shall have a host of visitors and
everything must he in readiness for their coming, and to make for them a pleas
ant memorable day.
Read carefully all the listed items and you are sure to participate in these
SALE STARTS WEDNESDAY, NOV. 22ND.
V HI im I
wSm -: JIM
i x X
You wHl need this new coat to wear
to the game.
Materials of Bolivia, Pollyanna,
... Marvello, Fashona, etc.
50 New Garments makes the assortment most complete, and you are sure to find
the coat that you have been waiting for Beautiful Materials pretty styles,, won
derful fur trimmings that give a charm and satisfaction to the wearer. AH these
coats carry our Thanksgiving price.
$11.95 to $39.75.
A timely shipment in both silk and
wool, better materials, better stjles,
all ill go to add a charm, and at
"the price they will appeal to jou.
Selected from Stock slip ner
sweaters in black, tan, blue and
green, pretty vcacs. Ilegular $2o
values. Thanksgiting sale $1.93.
Make yourself comfortable for the
game, for the weather is cool and
may be bitter cold the day of the
big game. Special quality Sateen
in ill colors at Kc. Belter Ed
$39.50 to $74.50
Staple Merchandise at Thanksgiving Prices.
C6-inch Bleached Muslin, soft finish and free
from starch. Special, yard 51c
9-4 Bleached Sheeting Pepperell quality, a
full bleached and width. Thanksgiving
price, yard 49c
3C-inch Linen Finish Pillow Tubing. Super
ior Quality. Thanksgiving price, yard ..35c
36-inch Indian Head Soft Linen Finish,
Special, yard 25c
64-inch Satin Table Damask pretty Floral
designs, beautiful quality. Thanksgiving
price, yard 55c
70-inch Plain all linen in the full bleached
Thanksgiving Special, yard $2.50
54-inch Indian Head also makes wonderful
table covers, wears like iron. Thanksgiving
price, yard 49c
Napkins, both in the Damask and the pure
linen all are marked special for Thanks
giving. Comfort coverings all pretty new designs,
full 36-inch widths soft finish. Thanksgiv
ing Sale Price, yard 15c
3 lb. Special stitched White Cotton Comfort
Filler. Full 72x90 size. Thanksgiving Sale
In a good assortment that will in
sure the warmth of the youngsters.
Sizes 2 to It )ears.
In the pretty new shades, the new
model. Yoit will need them to
wear with the sui: or separ.it; skid.
For the. Thank-giring Sale. All thi
bats will Ik iaclnded in this tale.