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jSROSGS OF GUESTS
jbe inn" i'-- -" w - j- -
Anting 'n rver fralern'y and sororit)
' tge in tovtn. Old grads and ormer
Iiots tear through the lulls of their
Ajrter houses as the) did in da)s gone
u and jojoudy vthoop in chorus with
5, active member- at each new arrival,
fsiting families and friends are collect--.
the spirit of the -ea--on, and are as
jjaeiastic as the re-4 of the parties,
tjojf mind-, sleeping: on cots or ira
arised floor bed?, and meals snatched
rhuffel fashion taste just as good as
tjjjjl dinners. And the formal dinners,
gu, dances open houses smokers ban
,KU and receptions are nol lading. The
jlinksgiving guests are here, and the
jjpnizations are upholding their Mand
ptb of ho--pitalit).
X nnmber of the guets are as follows.
;Hoiecoming P"51 at ,ne Kappa
fupa Camma lmue are: Misses Fran
ks Flournouj and Margaret Cogswell
J Independence; Harriett Blanlon, of
fins: Frances Groves of Corder; Jea-
-utte Maxwell and Harriett Jacquin of
Iwiijiana; Mar)" Hopkin, I&abelle
brother, Marion Humfield, Mary
lleserrey, Catherine Kelley and Mrs.
BJ Hodge-- of Kansas Gty; Eleanor
1 Jameson of St. Louis; Kuth Norman of
Joreka, Kan.; .uargarei r.ngie oi i ren
tes; Ruth Cauthorn, and Mrs. Margaret
Cive of Meiico; Mrs. J. Rud Van U)ne
,f Sedalia; Mrs. J. II. Wright and Eliza
Irth and Margaret Wright of Joplin.
Guests at the Mpha Delta I'i house
tit: Mi- Mar) McKec of Excelsior
Springs; Florence Cux, Sedalia; Dor
iea VTarren, Alalia; Margaret Came
im of Hannibal; Jesse llrenizcr and
Frances Owl. of Independence; Mabel
Kmley of Howling Green; Mildred
Crawford and Katherine Crawford of St.
Joseph; Elsie Cornell, Marjorie Starks,
llildred Galbrcaih, Amie Lou l)Ier and
tan Evans of Kansas Cit) ; Mary Lamon,
Malvina Lamon of Wagoner, OUa.; Ma
rie Ellington of Muskogee, OUa.; Susan
Jiewberry of Hannibal, Ruby House of
Cuton, Frances Warren, Laurence, Kan,
and Hazel Cary of Kansas Gt).
Cuests at Pi Beta Phi house are Misses
Alice Wiedmcr, Mary Lee Tarns and
Jean Harris Wilson of St. ouis; Madge
Carry of Nowata, OUa.; Phyllis Thomas,
' Frances Zimmerman and Mary Virginia
Doerscheuck of Kansas Gty; Virginia
Maughs of Fulton; Betty Mitchell, and
Canine Burrcss of Joplin; Margaret
King, Mary Burton Ceorge, Helen Burch
of Springfield; Lillian Harri-on of Jeffer
son Gty; Mary Lee and Mary Edwards
of Bowling Green; Willcne Crewdson or
Louisiana, Mrs. L. T. Johnson and Mrs.
Josephine Hale of Canton, Mo.
Guests at Gamma Phi Beta house are:
Misses Elizabeth Hawkins and Beulah
Dennett of St. Josepli, Farley Bertram
of California, Ruth Phillips Steinliauser
of Mexico, Lucille Johnson, Bernice
Bridgens, Glad)s Danielson La Berna
Branaugh, Betty Sue Stripp, Mrs. R. T.
Bridgens, and Mrs. Elmer Stripp, Mrs.
R. T. Bridgens and Mrs. Imer Stripp of
Kansas Gty, and Mrs F. O'Bannon of
Cuests at the Delta Camma house are:
Misses Mar)" Emma Dunnavant of Kirk
Mod, Nan Frazier, Mary Emma Terrill
and Aline Tuggle of Moberly, Virginia
Perrie and Ruth Tamm of Kansas Gty,
Catherine 'Moore of Laclede, Mrs. Wal
ter L. Jackson and Misses Mary Belle
Xexman of Joplin, Marion Bridgeford,
Dorothy Hodgdon of Webster Grove;
Margaret Kenney, Helen Merkle and
Marian Wright of Kansas Gty.
Cuests at the Chi Omega house are:
Mrs. E. A. Me)er and Misses Dorothy
CoHins, AUene Kiclurd-on and Mildred
Johnson of St. Louis Misses Nelle Coch
ran, Marion Humfeld and Beulah Ellis
of Kansas Gt) ; Mrs. R. Lee Alford, Mrs.'
Ella Corder, Miss Genera McCune and
Miss Villa McCune of Vandalia, Mrs.
Ed.Cett), Dr.II.V. Inloe and Miss Thel
nu Aylor of Eldorado Springs Miss Vel
ma Barnes and Mi Frances Wetmore
of Paris Miss Judith Gilbert of Nevada,
Miss Lucille Ross of St. Joseph, Miss
Cladys Bray of Ma)sville, Miss Helen
Shepard of Union Star, Miss Jean Ca
tron of West Plains Mis Catherine Var-
Special Values in
For Friday and
ner of Palmyra, Miss Ida Rhea Pearson
of Mexico and Mrs. Anna Millekan of
Guests at the Delta Delta Delta house
ere: Mrs. A. N. Winchester and son,
WiUington of Joplin, Mrs. J. A. B. Keith
of Vandalia, Mrs. E. N. Survera of Kan
sas Gty, Misses Melba Sheldrup of
Pierce Gty, Marjorie Peabody of Kan
sas Gty, Susie Crockett and Bernice
Childs of Stanbury, Nina Alexander and
Shirley Gutridge of Qinton, Annit Laura
Glazier, Annabelle Summers an? Mary
Summers of Boouville, Katheryn Rey
nolds of Canuthersville, Lena Plummer
of Alt. Vernon, Lillian Charles of Elk
hart, la, and Martha Longan of Kansas
Cuests a tthe Phi Mu house are:
Mises Katherine Pontius, and Sarah
Pollard, Kansas Gty; Eleanor Long, St.
Joseph; Arminda Lbbaugh, Ginton;
Louise Dickson, St. Louis; Stella Cart
man, Middletown; Maurine ilone, Knox
City; Lucille Chen)-, Jit. Vernon; Vir
ginia McCIure. Atchison. K'uns - Mr.
j'oiie Henr), Ta)lorville, III.; Mrs. L. U.
Wilson, fet. Louis; Mrs. A. J. Gar.
Hoxie, Ark.; and Mrs. Kc-rntz, Richards,
Homecoming guests at the Alpha Chi
Umega house are: Misses Margaret
Stewart, FJla Daily and Catherine Rem-
of Festus Mo; Virginia Morrow of Cal-
lao, .Mo; Evelyn Hanrey and Aenes At
terbury of Kansas City; Katherine Bel
cour of Elvins Mo.; and Ruth Fenis
and Henrietta Boliman of St. Louis and
Mildred Schoeder of K. C
isitors at the Kappa Alpha Theta
house are: Misses Ruth and Lois Har
ris of Houstonia, Lucille Ethridge and
Frances Dunwoody of Joplin; Dorothy
and Caroline Worrell of Alexico; Marie
Spratt of St. Joseph; Lucille Ashworth
of Neosho; Marian Haire ,of Qinton;
Mary Louise Angle of Clinton; Josephine
Thurman of Joplin; Alice Kurtz, of St.
Louis Mrs. Lee McPheeters of St. Louis;
Marie Ellet, Dorothy Rose, Emilie Corn.
jCorrinne Swisher, Mary Miller, Marga
ret Daniels, .Merle Smith, Mrs A. Duv-
sing, .Mrs. Louise Bushman, Mrs. Robert
Vanllorn, of Kansas City, and Beula El
lis of Kansas City.
Cuests at Welch Hall are: Mrs. Ceo.
Meisner, Bern, Kan.; Mr. and Mrs. Par
ker Perry and Miss Persis Perry, Inde
pendence, Miss Julia Pollak, Louisiana,
Miss Grace Evans Kansas Gty, Miss
Serelda Zoff, Jefferson Gty; Mrs. Jo
seph Watts Detroit, Mich.; Mr. and
Mrs. William Keller, Palmyra; Miss
Florence Leech, Sedalia, J. S. Palmer,
Kansas Gty; Cornelia Brubaker, Seda
lia; Olive Woodward, Cainsville, Austin
Scott, Unionville and Grace Loughead,
At the Mallett Press Club are: Mr.
and Mrs. W. R. Wilson, Kansas Gt) ;
Mr. and Mrs. Crumley, St. Louib; Mrs.
John Thurlo, Bosworth, Mo.; Miss Zela
Mathieson, Bosworth, Mo.; Mr. John
O'Keefe, Kansas City; Mrs. C. H. Clarke
and Mrs. T. E. McKiddy, Kansas Gty;
Mis Elizabeth Harrington, Keytesville,
Mo.; Miss Edith Curtis St. Joseph; Miss
Ma) Pennington, Hickman Mills, Mr.
JoVi S. Case, Wright Gty, Mo.; and
Arria Murto, Carthage.
At the Kappa Sigma house are: S. W.
Coglizer, E. D. Wilkinson, William
Mann, Thurston Patterson, A. A. Jus
tice, Leon Albus, Wanen Fuqua, Her
man Wagner, Leon Noel, Leo'ColIins,
Eugene Young, Forrest Lyman, Ted
Packw-ood, Ernest Tate, Damon King,
Baxter Bond, Rajmond Barnes Louis E.
Cobaugh, John Roney, Harry Messick, T.
B. Perry, Lee Simpson, William Sermon,
M. G. Bonham, T. A. Johnstone and
Guests at the Pi Kappa Alpha house
Phone 13 22 S. Ninth
THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1922
are: Ceorge Burns Appleton Gty; A.
J. Strathman, Norbome; Roland E. Bru
ner, Jr, Kansas Gty; Sterrett Titus
Kansas Gty; Paul Glahn, Palmyra; Nel
son Hillix, Weston; Ceorge NoTinger,
Kirksville; Cyrus A. Slater, Kansas Gty;
Tad Simons Trenton; James W. Price,
Princeton; Lee M. Richards St. Louis;
Russell Holloway, Columbia; Tom Baird,
Cape Girardeau; Howard Chilton, Kan
sas Gty; John Bracket!, Kansas Gty.
At the Beta Theta Pi house are: Mr.
C E. Jenkins and Charles and Edward
Jenkins Richard and John Van Dyne,
David Powell, Clifford Van Dyne, all of
Sedalia; Edward Jacquin of Peoria, HI.;
Albert Fellows of Springfield; Charles
Palmer of Sturgeon; Edward Klein, J.
Kircher, Mr. Goodwin, W. H. Armstrong,
E. Saunders Llo)d, A. Klein, M. Pear
son, Mr. Wolfers, all of St. Louis; and
L. Waddell, George Williams Norman
Twitchell, Carl Bacchus Selby Neff,
Gale Thornsbury, Cordon Baltis, E. A.
Adams Robert Mann, Rudolph Ejssell,
Harold Lawry, Mr. Shepard, Mr. Comer
and Mr. Vouches all of Kansas City, J.
B. Hemdon of Alberquerque, N. M, and
C 0. Meloy of Joplin.
At the Sigma Phi Epsilon house are:
Miles Hale of Dearborn; Avery Alcorn
of Hardin; Charles Farnham of Law
rence, Kan.; Alvin Floreth of Monett;
Edmond Montgomery of El Reno, Okla.;
Thomas Donahue of Joplin; Harold and
Cliarles Junker of Sedalia; and LeRoy
Van Hoose of Webb Cit).
At the Kappa Alpha house are: Frank
T. Armstrong, Robert I. Henderson,
Ralph K. Weinrich, all of Sedalia: Frank
W. Ha)e, Foster Mcllenry, Clifford II.
Fisclier, Cecil Raithal, Huston McWon
ald, all of Jefferson Gty; E. Kemp
Carter, Harold Hudson, Jess W. Bell,
John W. Hudson, Joe G. Webster, E. P.
Hume. John A. Selby, James S. Reber,
Horace D. Paine, Cliarles Murry, Ben R.
Hall, Frank Mitchell John Kramer,
Charles F. Cunn), all of Kansas Gty;
Johnson Hill, E. C Meade and Robert
Hums of Tula, Okla.; C E. Brummal
of Salisbury; Roger Baily of Sikeston;
Edwin C Morris of St. Joseph; K. C
Patton of Bowling Green, la.; Middleton
Grayson and Milton Duval of Garks
ville; John O. Robert of Marshall; Paul
F. Barnes of Trenton; Paul Biggs of Ar
row Rock; J. Dan Hull of Sullivan, Ind.;
Russell Glass of Holden; I. J. Bowles
At the Alpha Kappa Kappa house:
Mrs. II. B. Dunham, Robert Schuette of
St. Louis; Wa)nc Enjart of Callao;
Leslie Gateley of Kansas Cit), Don T)
ler of Campbell; Lawrence Jones of In
dependence; Mr. and Mrs. Long of King
Gt) ; Miss Mary Joan Parks of Kansas
Cit) and Miss Winifred Napper of Hoi-
comb. Dr. Emmett T. North and Dr.
William II. Vogt of St. Louis are also
guests this week and are inspecting the
At the Alpha Camma liho house are:
E. M. Woods of Braymer; Koff Welch
of Laclede; Gerald Thorne of Purdin;
. - .
If that ice cream
Tasted better than any that you had ever eaten. If
it seemed to have an elusive but positive deliciousness
that "just hit the spot."
It was Frozen Gold
And Frozen Gold means to ice cream what Sterling
does to silver. It's the best that can be made in any way
by anyone. Our many satisfied patrons are our guar
Ask Your Dealer
for It Always
We Make It Just As Itjs.
White Eagle Dairy Co.
Alva Hill of Ames Iowa; and Merrill
Dunn of Kirksville.
At the Phi Kappa house are: Miss
Elsie Bauer, Miss Marie Moore, Mrs. A.
P. Droege, Mrs. II 0. Gove, Miss Dor
othey Brown and Miss Elizabeth Grove,
all of St. Louis; Miss Lucille McGuirk,
Miss Helen Falraschek, Earl Schweizer,
Dan Sullivan, and John Creagen, all of
Kansas Lay; Dave Fette, Thomas Fett
and Mr. and Mrs Scott Meyer of Hanni
bal; Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Northhurst of
Marceline; Frank and Thomas DeGroat
of Slater; and Mrs R. E. Stewart of
At the Phi Gamma Delta house are:
Jack Foster of Kansas Gty; Phillip
Lyon of Waslungton, D. C; Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Hayes of Sweet Springs;
Mr. and Mrs Prigmore, Miss Elizabeth
Greiner of Kansas Gty, Lee M. Egan of
Kansas City, Mr. Stemmins of Hous
tonia; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Yancey,
Rajmond Hall and Mr. Baldwin.'all of
At the Sigma Nu house are; Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Johnson and Mr. Abbington
of Joplin; Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Fn"
and Late Johnson ot Alexico; .Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Schmidt, M. E. Foster, all of Jefferson
City; R. E. Steele, J. Boyd Ewing, Mr.
and Mrs. Levens, Miss Peggy J. Levens
and Frank Mefford. all of Nevada; E.
O. McFarland of Little Rock, Ark.; Fin
ley Muir of Willow- Springs; Jack Chil
ton of Hannibal; Jack Coffey of Paw
huska, Okla.; Mr. and Mrs-D. V. Moore,
Sam Shepherd and Harold Willis of Kan
sas Gty; Glenn Threlkeld of Shelby
ville; Tobey Likens of Edina; Mr. and
Mrs. Newton Allison and Harold Dean
At the DeMolay house are: Mr. and
Mrs. II. R. McMillan of Independence;
Miss Beulah Worman of Trenton; and
Charles Da), Merlin Sparks, Elmer Dor
fey, Edward Wakham, Mrs. Hazel B.
Rathbone, Mr. and Mrs Robert II Small
fcldt and daughters of Kansas Gty.
At tlie Dana Press Gub: Mr. and Mrs.
Truman Witt, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Davis
Carl P. Selker, E. C Adams all of St.
Louis; J. B. Glass, Holden; James
Wight, Moberly; Byron Johnson, Mexi
co; Wallace Roberts Memphis; R. M.
Kinney, Chicago, III.; Russell Schmidt,
Berger; Cecil IleiTod, Webb Gty; .Mr.
and Mrs Harry Booth, Perryville; and
Ceorge Edwards, Monroe Kemp, Lester
Swearinger and II. O. Smith, all of Kan
AT COUNTRY CLUB.
Tonight members of the Country Club
will give a dinner dance iq honor of their
guests. A number of large parties will
end the Thanksgiving program.
Mr. and Mrs. C E. Estes will enter
tain the following: Mr. and Mrs. Theo
dore Overman of Jefferson City; Mr.
and Mrs Frank Evans and Mr. and Mrs.
'Robert Ramsey of Joplin; and Mr. and
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.Mrs. John l,uy Gibson of Jefferson Gty.
Mr. and Mrs. Brown Clenn will have
as their guests Governor and Mrs
Arthur M. H)de and their daughter,
Caroline, and Mr. and Mrs. Laurance
Hyde of Princeton.
Mr. and Mrs C. B. Miller will enter
tain .Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Bonfoey qf
Quincy, III.; Mr. and .Mrs. Jouett
Shouse of Kansas City, and .Mrs. Charles
Farnsh of St. Joseph.
Mr. and Mrs Frank Dearinc will be
hots to Mr. and Mrs. Waller Robinson
and, John C Crover of Kansas City, and
.Mrs. j. w. suddath.
Others who will entertain cuests are:
J. R. Sommerville, who will have a party
of six; Major Loyd Jones, who will be
lost to Jour; Mr. and Mrs R. L. Hill,
who will have four guests; A. C Lanier,
who will have a party of four; Elizabeth
Lstes, who will entertain three cuests:
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Rollins, who will
have two guests; Mr. and Mrs Frank
P. Rollins Mr. and Mrs. Horace Smith,
who will have a table for twelve; Mr.
and Mrs. C B. Bowling, who will enter-
(Continued on page six.)
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you enjoy romance
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rears of ichich I uould choose to
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writes Norman S.
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New York of a generation ago. in
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in presenting i
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ests of a 'shoddy imperialism,' and
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Since the days of the Civil War the Boone
County National Bank Has held a place in
the minds of the people of Central Missouri
as an institution of strength and character.
In 1857 this bank was established by R.
B. Price to fill a business need in a grow
ing community. Every business day for
the past 65 years, this bank has been open
and has served the people of Columbia and
Several generations of Columbia people
have found the Boone County National
Bank of great assistance to them. The
same helpful spirit of co-operation is to be
found here today.
R. B. Price, Pres.
Under U. S. Government Supervision.
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