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ttH betueen 9 ani 12 o'coeA. CELEBRATES CHRISTMAS
ripAMS CLUH Chrtamas festivities in Kansas City,
rtVES LADIES' SIGHT N- . and St. Joseph are to be well
ladies' JNighl wiih the Kiwanis Club, . . . "BCT "" . "t
which hid been invited wives of the '" .fcaUmne for tbe hohdays to the
i.b.B, was a fast moving, jovial spec 'T .V" ff ,he $,at!' is "f1?1"
ode bt nifU at McAlisters Cafe-1 j. " "T f? . a good Ume that "
rna in ike Virginia Building. It n" T T""1,. ,
Xr,lh', last meeting for the vear. .. 0n Dnler 26, there will be in
THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1922
morning. Edwards, received both the
C. S. and M. S. degrees in Agriculture.
A program of muic and dramatic
Kansas Gty a Gamma Phi Bda luncheon
.. .1 XT M . ...
J, was begun by the club ioininn . . n.w 1. uul M a ""e-party
to -America." Horace F. Major re- fl ,ne P Theater for active mem
Aci three original poems, and W. H. r n "I aUn ? 5?
Ukes-11 followed him with two vocal 1 hy " ,l the Hotd
-Jos. Mrs. Glen C. Davis gave three . ,eW'bac,h- , ,
Ibb. The f.fth number was a' .'" Gamma PU B"a ""
tminute speech, -The Meaning of .eo" the, Leader Tea Room
SSSms- 1 Dean Salter Mdler,.3"'1, "? .DeI,a ?' "'
h was followed by Mr. Milelft ""J1' CJlrfraas d"" at the Ho-
rendaion of a spial Kiwanian air. ''' R"b' A. "" .
iw number on the musical inter-' ' j"0 '" to St- JosePh for
' i i i ' - r -n i '"c dance.
lude was the club - unging of Broth- n n , .
i" " ' December 27 in Kansas Gty the
" K,,,n,an . .... "ao'onal convention of Phi Delta ThHa
At the strain .lied aa) the jingle 'win ,)(.R;n a ,,., MueMeLach.
f sleigh bells a. beard and a eU.lThere -; a , dance j the aftrr.
appointed Santa (Jaus stood before the noon.
,raMy. He: carrie,l a -trumpet and' D;,,a Tau Deka tntemn
i,h lbs proceeded to the front of the a fonnaI dance Mfssjon ,IHlg
jooin nere there was a Llin-Jraas tree. Club.
About the bav of this lay fift.to m;' Marjor!e Hbaugh, 2916 Char-pre-ems,
the gifts of club members, 'htte iu gi,e , bridee, lunclieon '
lch f tn a suppo,l to bring ;n ,. of Rmh Mcht ,, R;u Iw
profession or bu-ines. I St l,,,,; ,,)e a,umn; o Kappa
The robeil polar plutocrat then iJiuf- Alpha will give a formal dance at the
fled some numbered canh and distrib- Chae Hotel.
utrd them to tlie members and guest. In St. Joseph, the Commercial Club
A box of candy went to No. 13, but will give its annual luncheon for all col
the capital prize was carried away b t lege students in tl city ot the Hotel
No. 23, -Mrx C "W. Greene, a beautiful, ' Robidoux. A representative from each
potted liegonia. Each yuet als re- university will speak,
eeivrd a package of biilb, the gift of On December 28, in Kansas City there
J. W. Bernard. will be the annual Pan-Hellenic Chri--
Benunl C Hunt, ntiring prevalent, ma dance at the Jack o Lanfrn Tea
then welcomed his successor, U'. L. Room.
Kelson, and the officers for 1923, who Pbi Delta Theta will give a tea-dance
are: Vice president, N. T. Gentry ; for members, alumni, and delegates to
treasurer, J. R. Lipcomb; district ' 'he convention.
tnrtee, T. J. Walker; directors. Dean The alumnae of Delta Gamma will be
Taller Miller, J. Kel! Wright, Dr. C. at home to the active members at the
M Sneed. home of Mr. James Harkless, 5832 Oak
CRIDIROV BAQUET Alpha Phi will give a tea for their
OS FEBRUARY 14 alumnae at the liome of Mrs. J. Cun-
Sigma Delta Chi will give its second ningham. 4052 Warwick boulevard.
annual Gridiron Banquet February 14, On December 29, Beta Theta Pi will
in tbe ballroom of the Daniel Boone Tav. t si,e it annual Yuletide dance at the
on. Favors ami decorations will follow iioit Bellerive.
tie idea of Valentine's Day. I The graduate chapter of Phi Gamma
Invitations will lie sent to about three , Delta will entertain with a dance at the
iundred guests. The dinner is to be a 'Kansas Gty Club.
fcraiL stag banquet. Phi Delta Theta will give a formal din-
. nr dance, under tlie auspices of tlie
Mus Belle B Andrews, who is teach- Cty a,umni ,he jiHebi,
inj in Birmingham, Ala will arrive soon ! jj0,p
to visit her parents Mr. and Mrs. M. T. " .
Andretts, 311 West Broadway, for the, Mrs. Dan G. Stine and her sishr, Miss
holidajs. Miss Mary Janis likewise a Ethe! W)lder of Jacksonville, IIL, have
tocher in Birmingham and who is also i issued invitations for bridge on the aft
coming to Columbia to spend the hob- ernoons of Wednesday and Thursda),
Ajji with her parents, will stop ofT in St. ( December 27 and 28. ,
Lcaa before coming, here, i . e , . ,
Miss Queen Smith entertained at
Dr. and Mr. A. II. R. Fairchield will bridge this afternoon in honor of Miss
fare as their Christmas guests Dr. Fair-1 Dorothy Mayfield of Washing.on, D. C
rinld's mother, Mrs. S. J. Rutherford, wlio is the Iwuse guest of Sliss Dorothy
and his brother, G. W. Rutherford, wlio Logan.
i professor of Political science in Gnn-
Miss Neva Trowbridge of Fargo, ,N. D,
is spending the holidays with Miss Esther
Severance, 129 Edgewood avenue. Miss
Trowbridge is the daughter of Dr. P. F.
Trowbridge, formerly garicultural chem
Children Ask Santa Claus For NORRIS WANTS
Comforts Rather Than Luxuries! FARM MEASURE
By Vmted Frttt.
Chicaco, 111, Dec. 20. Food and
clothing, and not toys, are the Christmas
demands of children who are writing to
i?t of the University and now, director of Santa Claus this year.
the North Dakota Experiment Station.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Heberling and
Mrs. Heberling's parents tbe Rev. and
Mrs. J. F. Denton and Miss Madolin
Denton will go to Windsor, Mo, Satur
day to spend the holidays with Mr. and
Mrs. R. E. Feater.
The annual Scoop Dance, given by the
students of the School of Journalism, will
take place January 12. The original
plans will be followed as nearly as possible.
nell College. Mr. Rutherford will go
from Columbia to Chicagrf to attend a :
political science meeting.
Miss Louise Smith of Tulsa, Okla. will
irrive Saturday night to spend Christmas
vttth her mother, Mr. Gussie Smith of
the Phi Delta Theta bouse. Mrs. Smith
ill go to Kansas Gty December 29 for
tbe Phi Delta Theta formal dance at the
Mnehlebach Hotel and will return Sun-'
nay, December 31.
Miss Auguala Spencer will return this
week from New- York, where she lias
been emploed by an advertising firm, to
spend Christmas week with her mother.
Mrs. Elizabeth Spencer, 207 Edgewood
ivrnue. At the firt of the year she will i
go to San Antonio, Tex., where she will
continue her work in advertising.
Brice Edwards of St. Charles, Mo., a
former student in the UniversUj, was
married to Sliss Ruby Bowman on
June 12, according to a letter received
by R. L. Hill, alumni recorder, this
Mrs. J. D. Turner, 217 South Garth av
, entertained the following guests
last night with a reception and dinner:
Edward P. Benus, Irwin Vladimir, Bm
jamin Leader, Philip DA Feingold, and
Miss Helen Strong will spend Christ
iras with her parents in Oak Park, la.
Reduce the High Cost of Living
oho Majestic Hotel
llth and Tine Streets
ST. LOUIS. MO.
Etci7 Rood with Private 3tS
and Free Electric Tan
Single kcom, $2.00 Per Dey
Double 03.00 Per Dj
cOMfOIIT WITHOUT CXTAVQNCC"
Davc Gcltlcr! Present and Manasrr
C. C. Swioney. - Awt Mtnaatr
He who loves the Christmas
Spirit of good cheer and happi
ness will find it in our Deli-
cious reasonably priced mixed
candies, Mavis Chocolates,
Hoefler's Centennial Choco
lates, Park and Tilford Choco-
Genuine Crystallized fruits,
boxed fresh daily.
Mrs. Margaret Chamberlain of Read
Hall will spend Chri-tmas with Mrs. Law
rence Bass, who lives 9 miles from Co
lumbia on the Ashland gravel road.
They plead for comforts instead of lux
"It is a bad year for kiddies," said
Santa Gau, as'personified by John T.
McGrath, Assistant General Potmi't-r
of Chicago, in an interview- today.
Letters piling up by the hundreds al
most invariably sound pathetic plead
ings for the necessities of life.
"In other years a large percentage of
tlH letters a-ked for tovs and candies.
This jear it is different."
Santa Claus delved into a huge pile of
letters from children all over the coun
Manj asked for dollies so that they
could go to scltool, otliers wanted fuel Postponement of Attempt
ad Iood- Sidetrack Ship Subsidy
"People are not as ready to help carry I Bill Forced.
out the request of the children as in pre- j
"Few have restionded with volunteered
help in answer to many calls for assist
anqe. However we hope that every let
ter xrill be aiven Attrition ftfn
Inquiry at other headquarters for San
ta Claus confirmed statements made by
McGrath that most letters appealed for
The Salrarloa Army said that prac
tically no letters were received from chil
dren who wanted tovs or other luxuries.
AMERICAN WOMEN ARE
OF WORLD'S DIAMONDS
Major and Mrs. John D. von Holtzen-j
ilnrff will arrive Christmas Eve from!
Fort Sill, Okla to spend the holidays'
with Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Rollins.
Miss Eleanor Denny and Younger L.
Denny of Kansas Gt) will arrive Satur-
Harry Day went to Lexington.
Sam Thompson went to Quincy, 111.,
Miss Amy Cameron went to Hannibal
m:. t.i.i.i t i c. i .l
day to he the guests of their sister Mrs. j . .
Marshall Gordon over the holidavs. . ,, X. . , . ,, ,
' Louis I!. Gnnstead went to Memphis
S. A. Patterson of Ma." ' morning.
Miss Lsther KeiUy vrent to Cliilheollid
Mr. ami Mrs.
con. Mo, will arrive Saturday In 'pend
Giristmas with their Kin, Don D. Pat
terson and Mrs. Patterson.
Miss Elizabeth Hanson of the Beta
Theta Pi house will leave tomorrow to
spend Christmas in Kansas City, return-
ing December 2H.
Miss Ruth Lenox went to Independ-I
ence this morning.
Miss Mildred Walker went to Han
nibal this morning.
Stanley Cytron vvnt to Louisville,
A Christmas- party will lie given by
Mrss Martha Gillian at her home, 819
Rollins treet, at 3 o'clock Friday afternoon.
K.J., this morning.
Miss Lillian Folsom went
Louis this morning.-
Miss Besie . ...
Joseph this morning.
Miss Delia Anne Warden v
Trenton this morning.
Miss Kathenne shoop went
iling her daughter and family, Mr, and
Mrs. Leland Heflin.
The following students left for Kan
sas Gty this morning: Miss Miriam
Merkle, Mis Helen Smilher. Austin
IWinonf; Burt lizard, Miss Vera Dilling-
liam, 1. Davis, .Miss Oneita Willey, Miss
Marie Gurley and Miss Nelle Simpson.
Dan G. Steckdaub completed the two
jeaf course offered In agriculture this
term. He plans lu go into the business
of purebred while chickens. He will
also keep bees and raic hogs. Mr.
Steckdaub fought in the war abroad for
more than eleven months. He was gashed
By Imiui Prns.
to CniCACii, Dec. 20. Forty per tent of
of the world's gold is in American banks
and one-third of the diamonds in exs
tence on the fingers and bosoms of Amer.
Vtiud tttu. 'can women. Dr. Nehemish Boynton of
Washington, D. C, Dec. 20. Post- New York, declared here recently.
poncment of the attempt to sidetrack the t Boynton ba just completed a 30,000
ship subsidy bill for the Norris Farm mile trip to all parts of the world. He
Marketing measure was forced yesterday warned Americans to guard their prosper-
when a group in the Senate announced
its intention of debating the motion of
Norris previously had indicated his in
tention of pressing to a vote his motion
to set aside the ship subsidy for con
sideration of the far mmarketing meas
ure. A warning that passage of the ship
subsidy bill at this session of Congress
means political suicide for the Republi
can majority was sounded in the Senate
late yesterday by Senator Borah, Repub
lican, who urged that the subsidy be laid
aside and agricultural legislation pressed.
Borah declared the electorate had re
pudiated the subsidy and that a move
would be made to repeal tbe bill before
the new Congress is 24-hours old.
"America needs a
ligion," he said.
tighter grip on xe-
If you have lost something try a Mis
ourtan Want Ad.
Real Estate Transfers
Large Enrollment in Bible College.
An increased enrollment in the courses
o'fered at tbe Bible colh-ge is expected
this term. Already more than the usual
number of registrants have signified
their intention to take courses in the
i Bible college. Ten coursr-i on biblical
and religious subjects are offered this
-Mr. V. L. Meng of the -Alpha Phi
linliedli la ill etVAnil I lipiclmna SUjBtls liAe cia. I
iiuu-v. nui fuv.uu Vikiii'siuias mill ti, r- ; . -
... t.. w i .! . vi- lington Junction tins morning.
in, .m-. njiui, id urjungiuii, .110. ,,. . . ...
1 .Miss Margaret and Miss
Mrs. L. W. St. Clair-Moss has as her
guests. Mrs. Sarah Moss Marshall and
small son of Indianapolis.
Mr. and .Mrs. M. G. .Mehl will enter
tain at their home this evening with
three tables of bridge.
Lula B. Chandler to Albert Traxler NE ,
'. 1-4 ot St I-J, iec. 1048 13, JA500.
It St. I Lula B. Chandler to 15. L. Casebolt
'land in Sec. 10-18-13, $460.
nt to'f Lula B. Chandler to Joe E. Strawn and
jT. F. Sutton, land in Sec. 1048-13 (16
i J-exftacres N,11W..
' Lula B. Chandler M Win. Z. Johnson
fcmma and ,f 14 acres in Swv 1048.1S. M nno.
went to Independence this t Cuy N. Berry and wife to Hettie W.
Mrs. E. J. McCaustland and dauglrter,
Allis-, left today for St. Louis fur a slmrt
visit with relatives.
Prof, and Mrs. W. A. Tarr left Mon
da) to spend Christmas with relatives in
monunK- , Malo,. part 11-acre lot 19, Columbia, $6,.
Cotton Albus, engineer "21, who is now 1 50( ,
empioyeu oy Lrenvrr cieciric i.lgiu anu i
Gas Company is spending a few davs
in Columbia. '
W. II. Salle, Francis Moore, Edward!
O. Wynans and Frank Hodges, Jr have ,
. . . ..
rompleteu tlie engineering course this
The supreme achievement of the
Potter's Art. This shipment has just
arrived. Beautiful vases, candle
sticks, fern dishes, flower bowls. Just
what you have been looking for.
$2.00 to $10.00
AT THE HOSPITALS
Benjamin Leader left this morning for
New York, to spend the Christmas vacation.
term. These lour men have obtained
Charles Davis and Gilford Meeker,
students in the University, started on
an overland trip in a Ford this morning,
their destination being Cabool, Texas
Count), their liome.
Miss Marie Parker, who was graduated
Those dfscltarged from I'jrlter Memor.
ial Hospital today were: Roscoe Jor
dan and Ralph Yehle.
Many Students Remain Here.
A large number of the roomers at Low
rj 1 Hall have remained liere during the
vacation. Most of theso are foreigners j vma in 1920.
wliose homes are located at distant Mrs. B. L. Cockrell, accompanied bv
points. Others live in the east and have ' Harry L. Heflin, a student in the Uni
not the time to spend their vacation atjversity, left for her home in Huntsville
home with their relatives. yesterday. Mrs. Cockrell lias been vis-
tHere on Way to California.
C. W. Carnes and L. W. Irwin passed
through Columbia this rooming on the
way to Berkelej, Cal., where they will
enter the University of California. The
.v ca ..1 r ri imi I ""J? n,e Dem siuoenis at i,eorgeiown
from the School of Education in 1921,; j7u .j-,, 1
is now teaching physical education in the j,
citv.scho2l of Baltimore, Md. iss ' i
Paftrrihas-apiitQDf'Jl- girls' baseliall
DR. B. F. FORBIS
Guitar Building. 8th & Walnut
1 Moderate Prices. I I
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The lightweight Corona Portable Typewriter is a gift which will
be used every day by your friend or relative.
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the fact that it can be easily carried from place to place without the slight
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Gifts That Bring Years of
Comfort and Pleasure
Electrical appliances are ideal Christmas gifts. Through
their daily service and comfort they are constant reminders of
your thoughtfulness, your appreciation of the problems of the
household. There is an appliance in this list that will meet your
Electric Toasters Waffle Iron
Electric Irons Westinghouse Waffle Iron
Electric Percolators Electric Curling Irons
Electric Coffee Urn Armstrong Table Stove, with w
We'll Be Expecting You In Tomorrow
John L. Piatt Electric Shop
South Ninth Street .
Pre - Inventory Sale
Of All Ready-to-Wear
NOWIN FULL SWAY
Coats, Suits, Dresses
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Ladies' and Missed Dresses, sizes 16 to 40, Silks and
Wools, colors black, brown, navy and staple shades
ranging in price from $29.75 to 42.50. Your choice now
Lot 2 ' ,
Ladies' and Misses' Dresses, sizes 16 to 40, wools and
some velvets. Colors black, navy, brown, ranging in
price up to $24.75. Your choice while they last
Coats priced at less than first cost'.
All Furs at One-Third off the Regular Price.
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