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News of Columbia Society
Society editor's telephone. 320. Please
call betaeen 9 and 12 o clock.
MRS. SUDD iTH AND MRS.
UEARISG TO ENTERTAIN
Mrs. Frank W. Dearing and her moth
er. -Mrs. J. W. Suddath, 307 Thilly aye-
nur. will entertain at luncheon at J
o'clock tomorrow. The color scheme.
vhiie and yellow, will be earned out in
the centerpiece of fruit, in the candles
end shade and the various courses of
The guests will le Alias Laura Mat'
thews Mi Marion Wilbur of Be! Me-
hem. Pa, Mr. Philip Campbell of Go
liad. Texas Mrs. F. P. Spalding. Mrs. C.
B. Bowling, Mrs. W . C. Manly, Mrs. J,
C Jones, Mrs. Florence Craj, Mrs. Wal
ter F. Williams, Mrs. O.M.-Stewart, Mrs.
Margaret Qiamberlain, Mrs. Anna John
n, Mrs Kate Conley and Mrs. Turner
D4SCE IN JESSE HALL
The Cosmopolitan Club of the Univer-
sit) of Mi"ouri will ghe a dance, tomor
row night in Jes"e Hall. The muic will
be furnished b) the ""Columbus Orches
tra" and the dance will art at 8:15
o'clock. The following will be chap
erons: Mr. Charles A. Ellwood, Prof,
and Mrs. K. J. Kerner, Prof, and Mra.
i. F Wrench, and Dr. Mary Doer. This
dance is to take the place of the "Inter
national Night," which, according to the
jrogram committee, will be.gien at the
beginning of the next term.
MORTAR BOARD GIVES .
DEHEFIT BRIDGE TODAY
The Mortar Board entertained -with a
LencSt bridge frcm 4 to 6 o'clock this.
afternoon at the Kappa Alpha. Theta
house. The proceeds will be used to send
a delegate to the national comeniton of
Mortar Board, which will lie' held 'at
Swarthmore, Penrk. next January.
Thoe who had tables were: Miss Ea
Juhncn. Miss Margaret B. Chamber
lain. Dr. Edith Malzke, Miss Doris Bers,
Miss Marjorie Carpenter; Miss Margaret
Miller, Mrs. A. H. It. Fairchild, Mr.
Herbert Longan, Mrs. Curtis Rollins and
ibe Kappa Kappa Gamma,' Pi Beta Ph
Alpha Delta Pi, Kappa Alpha Theta,
A'pfca Phi. Phi .Mu, Gamma Phi Beta
and Gamma Alpha Chi sororities
TACKYDOM REIGNS IN
Under the guise of a benefit party for
the Womens' Athletic Association last
night, the womens' gymnasium in Jesse
Hall was turned into a playground for
Tackj-dom. Strangely assorted couples
promenaded about the hall, thronged the
concession booths where apples and ice
cream were sold, visited th fnrtnno.i.11.
er and payed their fees to enter the dance.
noor. a gorgeous Dinah. rMwd in rl
and purple, and festooned with jatds of
white lace, danced with the southern
Plantation, cake-walker. A fcewhiskered
Jesse James with a black eye swaggered
about, while a toothless lady clung to his
arm. Sunburned maidens in aprons and
wirnless or crownless hats, slatternlv
Lousewnes with their hair in curl papers,
tamps -with feather duster headers ami
slinky skirts mingled with society belles
in nee-curtain and couch-coier etening
. There were special features durinz the
evening, in the way of an old fashioned
Virginia Reel, by scleral peppy couples.
nu a clog dance by Miss Virginia Myers
Dean Eva Johnston. Dr. Edith Maukr
Miss Ruth Dulaney and .Miss Ruby
Cline, the chaperones of the nart. add-
ed to the spirit of the etening by appear
ing in costume suitable to the occasion.
CHI OMEGA IT ILL
CIVE HOUSE DANCE.
Members and pledges of the Chi Ome
ga sorority will give an informal dance
at the chapter house tonight. Yellow
chrysanthemums will form the decora
tions and a Quadrangle orchestra will
Ihe chaperons will be Mrs. Nellie T.
i Runyan, Dr. and Mrs E. B. Branson, Mr.
and -Mrs. L. W. Stephens Mrs. Jane Hur
ty, and Dr. Herman Schlundt. There will
be about sixty-lite guests present.
Mrs. S. C Hunt. 904 Conlev avenue.
has returned to Columbia from attend
ing the general convention of the United
Daughters of the Confederacy in Bir
mingham, Ala. She has been gone two
weeks. On her way home, she spent
seieral days in St. Louis as the gue-t of
Mrs. Howard Bailey. She was joined
there Monday b) her daughter, Miss
Frances Hunt, who accompanied lier
THE COLUMBIA EVENINGMISSOURIAN, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 24. 1922
Margaret Miller had charge of" the re
freshments and Elizabeth Sykes, Maxine
Allen, and Ruth, Margaret and Regina
Almstedt served. Cames were played.
Miss Sara Lockwood entertained the
members, pledges and alumnae of Theta
Sigma Phi last evening at the Chi Omega
house. There were informal talks dt the
officers of the organization and other
guests. Light refreshments were, served
late in the evening.
give a dinner at 6:30 o'clock this even'
ing at Harris' for the officers and employ
ees. About twenty-five persons will be
Tlie mtmbirs of the Round Table held
a special luncheon at the Daniel Boone
Tavern today. Louis T. Colding of St.
Joseph, the honor guest, addressed th
J. Harrison Sims of Little Rock. Ark
will arrive tomorrow to visit his sister,
Mrs. F. C. Harris, 605 West Broadway,
and his daughter, Alice Sims at the Kap
pa Kappa Gamma house. He will stay
for the Homecoming game.
Camma Phi Psi, honorary literary
fraternity, entertained with a luncheon at
the Harris Cafe today, in honor of Rob
ert Frost, the New England poet, who is
to lecture tonight in the University Auditorium.
Mrs. O. M. Stewart, 211 Hicks atenue,
entertained two tables of bridge this
afternoon. The honor guest was Miss
Marion Wilburn, who is isiting her sis
ter, Mrs. F. P. Spalding.
Mrs. Herman Schlundt and her two
daughters, Anna and Esther, have sailed
from Europe and are expected to arrive
in New York soon. They have been
abroad for two years.
Mrs. Guy L. Noyes will entertain at
luncheon tomorrow in honor of Mrs. J. C
Geiger of Chicago, who is the house
guest of Mrs. Mazyck P. Ravenel.
The Spanish Club banquet which was
to hate been given last night at McAllis
ter's Cafeteria has" been postponed until
Miss Elizabeth Harris will arrive home
tomorrow afternoon after a six weeks
visit in Little Rock, Hazen and Briscoe,
County Council To Meet Tomorrow,
The. Boone County Council of Parent
Teachers' Associations will meet at 2
o'clock tomorrow afternoon in the court
house. The subject for discussion will
be "How Our Organizations Can Co-op-crate
with the Teachers." All members
are urged to be present.
County Recorder Is Recovering.
John L. Henry, county recorder, who
was operated on yesterday at the Boone
County Hospital, is recovering well.
Mrs. George MacWilliams of Kansas
Gty is the guest of her niece. Miss Leah,
Spratt at the Kappa Alpha Theta house.
Phone 13 22 S. Ninth
Columbia High Holds Mass Sleeting.
The students of Columbia High School
held a mass meeting this morning" to
arouse enthusiasm for the football game
with the team from the Deaf and Dumb
School of Fulton which was played here
$2 to $5
Others as low as $1.
Miss Mary Worrell, Miss Hazel Mcln
tyre and Miss Barbara Reatis have gone
to -Mexico to spend the week-end.
Dr. E. W. Saunders of St. Louis will
arrite this etening to be the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. M. L. Lipscomb, Jr.
Mrs. Fannie Powell of Rolla, who has
been tisiting her daughter, Sjbil, at the
Phi .Mu house, left today for St. Louis.
Her daughter accompanied her and will
K4PPAS GIVE DINNER
PARTY FOR MISS EVANS
The mtmbers of the Kappa Kappa
Camma sorority entertained at dinner
list etening in honor of Miss Lucille
Evans, who-e marriage will take place
next week. The table decorations were
basket cf white chrysanthemums, and
the dining room was lighted with tall
white candles. The place cards were tiny
copids. There were several guests be
side the guest of honor.
DR. AD MRS. RAVENEL
EbTERTAIN AT DINNER v
Dr. and Mrs. Mazjck P.Rave'neI will
entertain with a 6 o'clock dinner this
evening in honor of their house guests,
Dr. and Mrs. J. C Geiger of Chicago.
The guests will include Dr. and Mrs. Guy
L Noycs and several of the visiting doc
tors. Coters will be laid for ten.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Veldx ofr Peoria;
III. will come Sunday to be the guests
of Mr. Welch's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. B. Welch, mitil after the Thanksgiting
The nurses of Boone County Hospital
will entertain the medical staff and the
board of the Hospital with a masque
dance at the Country Club tonight.
The Kappa Sigma fraternity announces
the pledging of Clen W. Huddleston of
Miss Marie Marks of Kansas City was
the guet of honor at a dinner gitcn
last night at tlie College Inn by Miss
Catherine Crumley, of the Mallett Press
IJnh TTi- (,Ma u.r.i Micu. f.:..
Marks, Katherine Thurlo, Besse Marks!
and Helen Hubbell.
Miss Jessie Burrall and Miss Anne
Douglass will entertain the members of
the local P. E. O. chapter and their
guests at Missouri Hall of Stephens Col
lege at-3 o'clock tomorrow- afternoon.
The meeting will celebrate Educational!
The following will be dinner gjests I
tins etening at the Phi Kappa Psi house:
Misses Dorothy Johnston, Frances Duy-
sing, Dorothy Martin, Marjorie Wiggins,
Aileen Hutton, Dorothy Turner, Elwyn
Bridgens, Katherine Wheeler and Shirley
The Sunday school of the Episcopal
Church entertained with a party at the
Parish house this afternoon from 4 to 6
o'clock. Miss Dorothy Logan and Miss
LEARN TO DANCE
At Pemberton Hall
Mrs. Jameson, Instructor
Assisted by the best dancers in the University. Private
lessons only, no classes.
Phone 626 for appointment.
Say Merry Christmas
' with your
jfl"" Wesley Blackmore
1 Phone 35.
Your Own Personality
Should be shown, in the greetings you send to your
We have some very nice -engraved, specially
decorated cards which may be used with your
visiting card plate. We will be glad to have a
plate made for you. The ordinary card lacks that
personal touch, so necessary in a greeting to a
The Boone County National Bank will
Wanted to Rent
Furnished room or apart
ment for young married
couple. Call Mr. Esterle at
the Tavern. Room 506.
The finest Xmas
gifts any woman
or hope to receive are
Fuller Brushes: Hair
nicurc brush, Clothes
brush, or any one of
for either personal or
household uses as
many as you want or
as few as you want,
and put up in attract-
ive holly boxes
in sets for Christmas
Write or phone melo come
to your house any day most
convenient to you.
303 C C Avenue
Tel. 573 Black.
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The Purple Parrot
" Saturday Night, Nov. 25
The Bengal Cubs
Sale on Table Linens
Linens of the finest quality for your table for
both round and square tables. These table covers
are hemmed and hemstitched.
$5.00 covers $2.98 and up.
Napkins 85c to $3.98 per dozen.
Tomorrow is bargain day.
Standard Mercantile Co.
You desire to look your best at the
We Provide a Marinello
"Beauty Aid ForEvery Need"
Broadway at 10th Phone 535
Make your appointment now with
,1 Parsons Sisters for a Shampoo and
We give the Mineralava and Boncilla
facials, Wildroot and Fitch shampoo.
1005 Broadway Phone 795
Now in Full Blast!
Making special inducements in all departments.
Extra Special for , New Shipments of
Saturday. COATS and DRESSES
HATS AT $2.49 Be Sure to Get
A Special lot for this Yours for the Game,
sale. Just 5 days off.
They are home grown and fresh.
No shipped in stock prices:
50c, 75c and $1.00
Columbia Floral Co.
Across from Postoffice.
20 Hats at ?1.O0
4 II lift
SU!mmmmm&L tS&MljI miStimr
Lot 1 Hats $22.00 to $18.50 for $12.50
Lot 2 Hats $1850 to $12.50 for $ 8.50
Lot 3 Hats $15.00 to $10.00 for $ 5.50
AH Children's Hats 1-2 Off!
Scarf Sets Greatly Reduced.
All hats trimmed free with trimmings bought
tomorrow at the
Ross-Kinloch Hat Shop
Will Make Thanksgiving
Get a Victrola in time for Thanksgiving
let the world's greatest artists add their
part to the day's pleasure. Listen to old.
familiar songs or set feet a-gliding to the
catchiest of dance tunes. Whatever your
taste in music there are Victor records for
you. We have a full stock of Victrolas and
the very latest Victor records. Your order
will be filled at once. '
VictroUs and Brunswick in all models
and finishes, from J23 op. Sold on easy
TAYLOR MUSIC CO.
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