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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MSSOURIAN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1. 1922
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rCW'' anJ J- F""ter Iol;lnJ of Cam"
'boh. Mo, lo"1' I''ace ''"s "lorninR at
o 30 o'cl 2t ,c lome " le bride's
nircnlS HW "3-5 alcnue- The cere
n a rcaJ l ''ie 'ev- '- O. Shew-
act 0f the Preb) Irian church. Only
and immediate friends were
The sun p3rl(,r " "le ClarV liome as
(anted i''' a hackrkund of palms and
ferns, and a e'or -chcine of yellow and
j,u a carried oat with chr-anthe-
a Lohengrin's wedding niardi wa
pt,jed b M- Q Smith, d Ml U(mECOmiiG GUESTS-
MISS Ei'ANS TO MARRY
JAMES PHELAN TONIGHT
The maniage of Miss Lucille .Evans
and James Mervin Phelan will take, place
at the home ol the bride's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. George Albert Eans, on the
Ashland road, at 7 o'clock this ewning.
A small number of relatives and iriends
will witness the ceremony, which will be
read by the Rev. Walter Haushalt.;r, and
there will be an informal reception imme
Miss Eans will be attended "by her
sister, Mrs. T. C Mitchell, Jr, cf Kan
sas Gtj, as matron of honor, and 'fiy Miss
Katherine Conley and Mi-s Exie 5ray as
bridesmaids. T. C. Mitchell, Jr, will act
as best man for Mr. Phelan.
ng "At Dawning." The
r.nlj-e Wiley an
bride wore a daik brown dinetyn dress,
jiul canicd brides' ro-es and lilies of the
weddin? breakla-t wa sened im
mediately after the rcremon, alo uing
..lli. nm white scheme. The
bride's si-ter, rMs. It. A. Martin, pre-
sided orer tne uininsroum, assiieu ay
Misses Mar) Gentry, Nadine Gentry,
Mildred Downing and Dorothy Logan.
The hride's traeling costume was of
nit and blue nicotine.
Mrs. Poland is the daughter of Mr. and J
Mrs. Gentry Clark of this city. She was
mduateJ from the Columbia High
School, and received a B. S. regree in
Hwne Economics from the University of
Mi'souri in 1921. She was a teacher in
the Cameron High School lat year. The
poom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Poland of Cameron, and is a graduate
of leslc)an College. He i at present
fojijrd in the furniture business with
li father in Cameron, where the couple
till be at home after a short bridal trip.
Out-oftown gue-ts at the wedding
tere Dr. and Mrs. Itajmond Martin and
son. It. A. Jr, of Kirk'ville; Mr. and
Mrs. Wiley Comtock of Si. Louis; Miss
Tilma Trenclurd of Hardin, Mo.; Mr.
tad .Mrs. Tom Clark of McCredie, Mo.;
Miss Mildred Downing and Martin
tTNed of Cameron; Mis Atossa Gentry,
Miss Elizabeth Gentry and Harrison Gen
try of Kanas Cit; and Mis Elizab-th
Coleman of Oklahoma City, Okla.
BlQUET GIVEN FOR
CHI OMEGA ALUMNAE
The members of the Chi Omega soror
ity will entertain at dinner this evening
at the chapter liou-e. The guests will
le the members, and pledges and the
city and liJting alumnae. The houe
mil be decorated with yellow chrjsanthe
Bums and candle-light will be used. Fa
tors will earn out the Thanksgiving
The outside guests will be: Mrs. Wil
liam Sopp, Mrs. Milton Bitter, Mrs. S. T.
Smpson, Mrs. C. W. Trac), Mis Sara
Lockuwd, Mis Clara Haggard and Mi
Marie Bradford of Columbia; Mrs. E.
A. Mejer, Mis Dorothy Collins and
Miss Allene l!ichardon of St. Louis;
Miss Nelle Cochran of Kansas City; Mi-s
Velma Barnes and Miss Frances Wet
more of Paris; Mis Lucille Ross of St.
Joseph; .Miss Clads Bray of Marjsville.
mCHEON GIVEN FOR
Mrs. James Caudle and Mrs. Anna
Armil entertained with a 1 o'clock lunch
eon toda) at Mrs. Caudle's home, 504
Sooth William street. A centerpiece of
fruit and appropriate place cards car
ried out a Tliarksgiving scheme.
The guests were: Mrs. W. S. Arm
strong and Miss Maxine Cortoff of Mar
tinsburg Mo.; .Mrs. Charles Hubbard and
Mrs Harry FMier of Joplin; Mrs. Robert
Shelton of Salisbury, Mo-; Miss I,e,cP
McGregor of Salina, Kan.; Mrs. A. K.
Sanfield of Jefferson Gtj; Mrs. C. E.
Barkshire, Mrs. Willard" Ridings and
Miss Ruth Fisher.
AT READ HALL
The following are guests- of the girls
at Read Hall: J. L. Shousc, Miss Nela
Hancock, Condon Maffry, Katllicrinc Har.
rion. Mr. an J Mrs. C. W. Chandler, Mrs.
W. S. WeedfaH, Miss Irene Striker, Miss
Dons Cywnne, Miss Nancy Toll, and
Mr. and Mrs. .Phillip Toll of Kansas
City; Miss Doris Maffry, Mis. Doris
Maffry, August laffry, Mr. .ind Mrs.
tuwin Deraeter, JUr. and .Mrs. Kobert
Lyons, of Macon r Mis Paula Mincke
and Miss Saide Maigulis of St.' Louis;
Mi"-s Irma Shelton, Miss Lois Ituckert
and Miss Iivna Hargrove of Mt. Vernon;
Mrs. W. Heidleberg and David Hcidle
berg of Independence; Mrs. II. 11. Fish
er, and Miss r ranees Roman ot Jop
lin; Mis Patsy Hawkins of Gower; Mis
Ether Kain of Sedalia; Miss l.'onora
Buinelt of St. Joseph; Miss Flossie M.
Cook of Excelsior Springs; IMiss Naida
Clark of Kit's City; and Mr. and Mrs.
N. W. Hawkins, Mis Vallc Hiigenbot
torn and Mr. ajul Mrs. Mehille Paul.
ALPHA GAM.VA RllO
TO GIVE HOUSE DANCE
The members t of the. Alpha Gamma
Rho fraternit) will entertain with an ir
formal house dance this evening, in hon
or of their Homecoming iitors. The
decorations will be indicative of the sea
son. The girls attcndingtbe part will be:
Mijscs Lula Moss Rnbnelt, Margaret
Thomp-on, Mary Grortes Helen Men
gel, Hazel Weaver, Frances Regan, Mar
guerite Prather. Lorance McKiddy, Na
omi Kirtl), Rachel Violet, Lorothy Geers,
Margaret Smith, Frances ILubbard, Hel
en LeMert, Naomi Pollard and .Mrs.
George Johnson. Mrs. M. J. Regan. Mr.
D. B. Branstetter and Mrs. C. C. Davis.
ta Bratton, Margaret Boggs, Jane Enloe,
Vivien 'Morrow, Cecile and Clara Dimi
ter; Leslie Gateley of Kansas City, Rob
ert Schuette of St. Louis, Wayne En) art
of Callao, Don Ta)lor of Campbell, and
Lawrence Jones of Independence. The
chaperons will be: Mrs. E. L. Berryman,
Dr. and Mrs. Charles W. Green and Dr.
and Mrs. Guy L. No)es.
AT HEBERLING HOME
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Heberling. 602
South Fifth street, entertained with a
Thanksgiving dinner last evening. The
guests were: Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Feaster,
Miss Lucille Feaster and Miss Ruth Feas-'
ter of Windsor; J. M. Kendrick, Miss
Elizabeth Kendrick and Miss Mary Ken
drick of Knobnoster; Robert Hill of
Clinton; Adolph Heberling of Warrens
burg; James E. Campbell of Kansas
Gty; the Rev. and Mrs. J. S. Denton and
Miss Madeline Denton.
COLUMBIA D. A. V.
TO HOLD SMOKER
The Columbia chapter of Disabled
American Veterans will bold a Thanks
giving smoker for its members at the
It. O. T. C headquarters this evening.
Major Llo)d Jones has arranged for a
radio concert to furnish part of the even
DR. AD MRS. THORNTON
GIVE BUFFET DINNER
Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Thornton enter
tained with a buffet dinner last evening
at their home, 301 Ilitt street. The din
ing room was decorated with Ophelia
ro-cs and yellow chrysanthemums were
used in the living rooms. After dinner,
the party went to the Country Club for
There were about twenty guests. A
number of alumni of the Simga Alpha
Epsilon fraternity from Kansas City were
among those present. Denny Estes of
Oklahoma Gty was also a guest.
Mrs. C. D. Steinhauser of Mexico was
a guest of the Camma Phi Beta sorority
for Homecoming. She will leave soon
for Little Rock, Ark., to join her hu-hand
who is doing special work in tree surgery
there. They will spend the winter at
points along the Gulf Coa-l. Mrs. Stein
hauser was formerly Miss Ruth Brown
ing Phillips of Marshall, Mo, and was
a student in the Universit) last )ear.
ALPHA KAPPA KAPPA
i HO MECOMM G DANCE
T!ie Alpha Kappa Kappa lratemit)
will give an informal house dance tins
evening lor their iiomeconunp sra-.
The guests will be: Misses Lucille Ro3
of St. Joseph. Lulu Kerr ot Spnngfclci,
Gadys Bray oft Mary ville, Mclba Schcld-
rup and Mildred Calloway ot .Monctt,
Phidilue Strong, and Ljda Kenny of St.
Joseph. Mary Joan Parks of Kansas Gtj,
Josephine Smith. Thelma hairy, juani-
Homecoming guests at the Phi Beta
Pi house were: Jack Sterling and Ford
Harrison of St. Louis; William Krelibirl,
! Norman Wesllund. D. J. Hall, Fritz
i.Mevn, anil W. L. Heggarty of LawTence,
Kan.; Dr. E. T. Gaugh of Richmond; Dr.
II. II. LaForee of Carthage; Dr. and Mrs.
II. Saunder of Chicago; Dr. and Mrs.
Sn)der and Dr. and Mrs. Testman of
Kansas Gty; Milton and Boone McBride
of Paris; and James W Hawkins and P.
11. Dewey of Shelbina.
C McCri). O. B. Long, B. 0. Haun
buelle, Smb Kreeger, Ed Montgomery,
Howard V. Patterson, and Bus Williams
of Kansas City; Harold Otto of Fredonia,
Kan.; Eph E. Powells of Jefferson City;
ugene C. ITdll of Chicago; Gayton D.
Judson of St. Joseph; F. S. Jennings of
Winfield, Kan.; Jack Homer of Howard,
Kan.; Gene Hart of Kingman, Kan.; R.
H. Hall of Rolla; Elliot C Spratt and
Wa)ne II. Spratt of St. Joseph; Law
rence Bostin of Independence; and
Charles S. Lewis of Excelsior Springs.
At the Phi Delta Phi house the follow
ing were guests for Homecoming: Attor-
ney-Ceneral Jesse W. Barrett and Strat-
ton Shartel of Jefferson City; F. Rich
ard Weber, Victor S. Weber and W. C.
Hock of Kansas City ; Fred Maughmer
of Savannah; W. E. Miller of Sedalia;
Ben 1), Jr. of Hannibal; C L. Moore
of Memphis. G. T. Uptegrove of Kirks-
ville; D. Van Agee of Louisiana; D. M.
Cuthbertson and Scott Fox of Fulton;
Lee Eldean of Moline, 111.; Gene Arnold
of Braymer; A. G. Thurlo of Browning
and R. C. Coleman of Kansas City.
Federman were cuesis if Mr n I! Wil
son for ThanksEivinr. The Mnmnl
yesterday to their home in Kansas Gt).
One of the events of the rtjrL.P.Jjn.l
nuptials' was a dinner given by Mr. and
Mrs. N. T. Gentry at their home, 506
Rollins street. Other cuesis wer. Iir ,,,.!
Mrs. It. A. Martin and W. R. Clark.
Mrs. LeRoy Robertson, of St. Louis, is
visiting her mother, Mrs. Lois S)lve-Ier,
315 Christian College avenue.
The Alpha Camma Dilta snmriiv .-..
nounces the uledsini nf SvKi.i I ;nl.
John of St. Joseph.
The Sigma Alpha Ep-ilon fraternity
ill entertain with a dance ai ilu. rl.in.
ter house this evening.
Miss Mary Evans and Miss Frances
Wayne Allen will entertain tonight at
the borne of Miss Evans with an infor
mal costume dance in honor of Miss
Mary Anna Hubbell and Elmer Haider-
man of Kansas City. The chaperons
will be Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Evans and
Mr. ami Mrs. Wayne B. Allen. The rooms
will be decorated with yellow chrysanthe
Mr. and Mrs. John FIjnn, 914 Rogers
street, entertained at Thanksgiving din
ner; Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wilcox, and Mrs.
Rose Derge of St. Joseph; Mr. and Mrs.
T. Armstrong nf Ames, la.; Mr. and Mrs.
Ovid Trigg of Fulton; Prof, and Mrs.
II. II. Loudenback of Christian College
and Mr. and Mrs. D. Patton of Columbia.
Dinner guests at the Phi Delta Phi
house last night were: Miss Elizabeth
Kitchen of Mound City, Mr. and Mrs.
Manning Stevens of Chillicothe, M-vs
Grub of Kirksville, Miss Rowena Pierce
of Kansas Gty and Miss L. Huff, of Car
MUSSOLINI STANDS FIRM
Demands Compensation Helping In
By ContoUditrd Pitu iisn. (Ccpynglit t9i:).
home, ucc. I 1'remier Mussolini's
policy' of demanding compensation for
adherence to inter-allied schemes and
definite!) ending, in theory at least.
Italy s position as a "iMior relatioi"
seems to disconcert the Al'ies. It is
said in Rome tliat no definite results will
be reached at Lau-anne becau-e the
Italians demand absolute ami definite
possession of the Dodecanese Islands and
equal position in the control in the Dar
danelles and the Bo-pl.orus an.! com
pensation for the Mcsopotamian and
Syrian mandates as the price of adher
ing ta Allied unit) again-t the Turkish
Premier Mussilini lias pronounced
definite!) in favor of a Bulgarian outlet
to the sea in western Thrace.
At the Delta Tau Delta house Home
coming guests were: Ted Sanbourn of
Lawrence, Kan.; Robert Ili!!ard cf Law
rence, Kan.; Harry Montgomery of 'St.
I.ouis; Richard W. Beil of Beloit, Kan.;
S. P. Border of Shreveport, La.; Carl
Hamilton, Charles A. Miller, Jr, Harty
Mrs. S. T. Simpson had as her guests
for Thanksgiving Mr. and Mrs. Mark
Beaslcy and daughters, Anna Lee and
Frances, and Conger Beasley, all of St.
Joseph; George Beasley of Kansas City;
and L. r. tiurres ot bar), Ind.
.Mr. and Mrs. Enoch BidJ 306 North
Eighth street, had j tlcir gUets for
Thanksgiving. Miss, f)rtle Zumalt and
Harry Gibblcr, who, mot0red here from
The Girls' Circle 0f ,he presb)terian
Church will have a canj M,. at uran.
ham's store tomorrov m0rning. beginning
at 10 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Thomason return
ed to. their home iif Jfoberly this morn
ing after visiting E and Mrs. D. L.
Gribble of 1312 HoLmar). Lane
Xliss Elizabeth urrall and Miss Ruth
ALPHA CAMMA DELTA
The Thanksgiving dinner guests at the
Alpha Camma Delta house were: Misses
Sylvia Litllejohn of St. Joseph, Mar)
Chandlers of Mexico. Helen Bowman of
Oran and Opal Pctherbridge, Lois Fer
guson, Pearl Pugh, Kathon Kenned),
-Madge Hanlin and Mrs. Hanlin, all of
L-wrrnre. Kan.; Wilbur Sheperd of Han
uibil, Paul Stalling of Barnard and
lugene Dntt of Cahlornia.
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Star of the North-Prayer antl Barcarolle In French
S j- rp.'nni.ni) f5i vejiTi-ioseuii in jiuuu
H Her I Love Her So (Weatherly-De F.ye)
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V ' OrvilIeHarroId'66100
'- - . . 1 v II .T ..!. U . WI 11 SKI I
Co Pretty Rose .QSUs-b) Re hVald Wrrth 47M
SontCrdeB.-&P(Mar,et5 In French , Nellie Melb. 88662
Aa Mt VN MELODIOUS INSTRUMENTAL "
FondRHecUcn. oP)W;nSo,o , - g52Z$g&
sLCt?sSame--0ertureV (WoU-Ferrari) T.canini and La Scala Orchestra 66081
f'f'tVSlELSeetbS (Elgw) Violin Solo Ef rem Zimbalist 66101
SalutDAxnourOvertmE, V thatri Arthur de Creef and 5.55
Hungarian Fantase-rart 1 r 0nhatn RoyaI Albert HallOrch.55'58
Hungarian gt"l"j J I PiarSymphony Orcheitra Arthur de Greef and iccico
Hungarian " V pJUJ9.5yBpWorshcsUa RoyaIAIbert H.lIOrch.f3159
BSSKS2JptI . VietorSyrnphonyOrche.tr. ,895I
: " i-i .. rt.rtitre Part 11., lor Jjnnpnony urmenn
Magic nute-Orcrture.l'Kt . . The Coldman Band! laQ
The Goldman Band
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Creation-With Verdure Clad g, ,
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Christian., Awake, Salute the Happy Morn
Watchman, Tell U. of the Night
Santa Clau.Tell. of Mother Coo.e Land-Part I
SaUta Clau.TeU. of Mother Goose Land-Part II
XS.- v- '"" -"- ' ' Henry Burr'
M??' P.eL rt-ii n Edna Brown-Elliott Shaw,
NMiL Kelly " Love You (From "Little Nellie Kelly") American Quartet,8957
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Yankee Doodle Blue.
Lewi. James-Elliott Shawl
ni.T-nr-nnc Mis. PatricolaJ
UATIV.C ts.E.K.UIlL'Jl -
When You Long for a Pal
Trail to Long Ago
AH for the Love of Mike
. . -r .-! r.AtU...rfit Trol
Toot, loot. .oo.c. v ' Ben,n Orche.tr. of Chicaio
Blowing Bubble. All Day Long-Fox Trot (from -fetter Tm.es ) Wh'tem.n and 1 mM
JuT Long a.You Have Me-Med. Fox Trot (mghun Gnl ) H.. Orche.tr. I
morro-FoxTrot . Th great White WayOrche. trAmM
s, , Ma Your Heart hoi I rot iraurcai nmw njrun.n.iiii
I W.h 1 Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate-Fox Trot The Virginian.U8965
LW,?S ... s. Hm- Alone Fox Trot TheVtrBini.nl
CarX. in tn. Morning-Fox Trot Paul Whi tem.n .and gU Orche.tr. ,82
Cow BelU-Fox Trot
AU Over Nothing at AH-tox Trot
Lovely Lucerne-Waltz (Yodel Chorus)
Romany Love Fox Trot
Benton Orchestra of Chicago! toqw
Zez Conf rev and Hi. Orchestral
Paul Whiteman and His Orchestral
The Great White Way Orchestra I
The Creat White Way Orchestral
Paul Whiteman and Hi. Orchestra
ADVENT SUNDAY, DECEMBER 3 !
The Delta Dtlta Dtlta son.riiv ill
hold its Founders' Da) bamiutl at the
uaniel lioone Tavern this evening.
Mrs. II. F. Crinstead It ft tudat for
Fort Worth, Tex., to spend a few wctU
Columbia Churches Request Mera
bers to Be Present.
Advent Sunday. December 3. is the be
ginning of the sea-on of Advent, or that
period among millions of Cliritian be
lievers throughout the world, of prepara
tion for the due observance of the day
which marks the birth of the Savior of
Advent Sunday is considered among
mo-t of the churches as the beginning
of the church )ear. On that day these
churches hold special communion and
request lliat all of their members be pres
ent to partake in the spiritual celebration.
To all Christian believers, Advent,
measurably speaking, is to Christmas,
what the Lenten season is to Eaer. Al
though secular celebration of Christmas
has become almost universal as a time
for feasting, rejoicing and giving, to the
great mass of the people, perhaps by
rca-on of hs universalilv, the spiritual
significance of the day is frequently sub
merged in its more worldly features.
The churches in Columbia request that
all of their members be present Sunday
to help observe the first Sunday of the
ihurch )ear and its significance in rela
tion to the Christmas season.
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Tommy Frazer, net a crook
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Breaks with the old gang.
Works a year to line up the
haul. The money's in the vault.
So is he.
The girl's waiting. They can
get over the borderline tonight.
But something won't let him
take the cash. Can't under
And then the gang breaks in
to get it!
That's just the start! Fol
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