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mQ 1 m IK r SUSDAY XOKXIKQ MISSOUELUi, OCTOBER SL 1917. Society Mrs. Thomas Wood Parry, president-elect of the Missouri United Daughters of the Confederacy, was the guest of honor at a dinner party given at the Sigma Chi house Friday night. Va., is spending a few days with Mrs. W. H. Stone, 1310 Rosemary lane. The Sigma Chi fraternity will have 'a dinner party today for Mrs. T. w. The dining room was decorated in red Parrr. Mra- E1Ia V. Taylor, and Misses and white, the colors of the U. D. C., red and white roses in Dresden bas kets being used on the table. Twenty caron state officers of the organiza tion, delegates and Columbians attend-1"00, ed. After the dinner the guests were taken to the Daniel Boone Tavern, where they attended the Kappa Kappa Estelle Stone, Josephine Newell, Jean ette Ross, Mildred Bartlett, Eleanor Grubbs, Golden Etter, Katherine Mil ler. Helen RIcker and Miriam Glan- Mrs. Curtis Hill of Kansas City, who is visiting friends and relatives in the l l Win o flfnnA i-mad t9 tJAnatflAfit !.... TJJ - k-fl.lv"" ""a " "" 6 " uta.ucm uaimu -. - v.,o " and Mrs. James M. Wood at Stephens dance. I Mrs. Parry was the guest of honor at a dinner party at the Kappa Alpha Theta house on Thursday night and at the Beta Theta Pi house last night. She will be the guest of Jhe Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority at dinner to- College last night. Mrs. Hill is a darth, Nathan Scarritt and Slade graduate of Stephens Collet and Is Kendrlck. a serio-comic erandioso debate was also a feature of the the president of the Stephens lege Club of Kansas City. Col- Mrs. Charlss A. Helm, 504 Hocka- aay, entertained last night with a bunking party for a party of Univer sity girls. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Furtney have re turned home after a visit ia New Orleans. Mrs. falter Miller gave a reception yesterday afternoon at the Home of Mrs. J. C. Jones for the Association of College Alumnae. Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Stephens entertained with an informal dinner party for their guests, Mr. and Mrs. John L. Johnston, last night. The annual fall smoker of the Athenaean Debating Society was held last night Talks on Athenaean history, ideals, loyalty and hopes were given by Bernard Hurwitz, Fred Sud- Mrs. D. R. Daenport, Mrs. Anna Lee and Miss Hattie Bond were din ner guests at the Kappa Sigma house Friday night. Mrs. J. A. Dickson and daughter, Louise, were dinner guests at the Phi Mu house Friday night. The Phi Beta Pi fraternity gave an informal house dance Friday night for thirty couples. The chaperons were Doctor and Mrs. Clark and Doctor and Mrs. Dan G. Stine. The Pi Kappa Alpha rraternity an nounces the following pledges: Har old McHancy and John McHaney of Oak Point, Lester Bailey of Oregon and L. W. Sells of Savannah. Miss Dorothy McCowan will be a dinner guest at the Sigma Nu house today. The PI Kappa Alpha fraternity will have the following guests to dinner today: Miss Vivian Hempfield, Miss Lena Hillix, Miss Marcia Bailey, all of Christian College, and Miss LeLoie Holland and Miss Lotta of Stephens. Edwin McKee and Oliver Steele motored to Mexico Saturday to spend the week-end. Distinctive Styles In Col lege Men's Clothes It makes a difference The way you dress (Something New Every Week) Gordon & Koppel Style Originators KANSAS CITY MO. COLUMBIA, MO. evening. Mrs. Walter Williams returned Fri day from a visit at Hannibal. Dean and Mrs. Williams (have as their guest Mrs. C. F. Lamkln of Keytes-ville. Mrs. Berry McAlester entertained thirty little friends yesterday after noon in honor of her daughters, Virginia and Bernlce, with a Hallow e'en and "shoot the chutes" party. Fate Three To be fashionably dressed you must make over your last year's clothes. Let us help you change them into the season's most beautiful garments. Third Floor K EISTER, Ladies' Tailoring College S Elvira Bldg. Igrixrrrrn rrri nrn rri 1 1 n n i ui n i n 1 1 1 Ln i it 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 tt n rn 1 1 r irn i rrrm rrtn rrrirnTErui-uenrnrta-HTMrEna'crBrHrcr! ! I The Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity will have eight dinner guests today. Jack Arnold and Otto O'Kell are spending the week-end in Excelsior Springs. The Glennon Club gave a dance Friday1 night at the Virginia Grill for fourteen couples. Mr. and Mrs. Ber nard Simon were chaperons. The Alpha Delta Pi sorority will have a dinner party today in honor of Mrs. Philip E. Smith of Berkeley, CaL, national president of the soror ity. Covers will be laid for the active members and pledges. Mrs. Robert M. Reynolds of Marsh all, who has been the guest of Mrs, X. T. Gentry returned to her home yesterday. Mrs. Eldon R. James accompanied her mother, Mrs. Charles R. Smith, to her home in Denver Friday. She will be gone about two weeks. Mrs. John C Holloway leaves for St. Louis today to spend several weeks with her mother, Mrs. E. M. Bennett. Mrs. Jonas Viies has recalled her invitations for "at homes" during the month of October owing to the re cent death of her mother. The Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority will entertain James Dorsey, Ben Shore, Jamie Taylor and Pierce Xie dermeyer at dinner today. Watches and Jewelry A complete stock of Watches, Clocks, Plain and Novelty Jewelry. Attractive desk, smoking and boudoir sets in exclusive designs beautiful ware for the dining TheX Oldest Continuous National Bank In Boone CountjX s2 i I ' if J 1 s . ,-- - - SERVICE AND RELIABILITY A personal interest in all our patrons is shown by the Exchange National Bank, which makes us able to render the most efficient banking service to our clients and de positors. You will find it a pleas ure to have dealings with a bank that realizes the importance of promptness and efficien cy in all dealings. Our name stands for the ut- (ifc . most reliability. KXCHAMOEWAriONALRM nr r" The Bank of Courtesy' imuiuiiuj 1 1 i.i ijiiii u 1 1 umm 1 1 1 1 unn m u mini i n miiiiiu mum nu u 1 1 1 m nrnim i u i iiirmnifrrrnriiiffarari room. SUoocBSPfg to Cloud Wteefer Mrs. Frank Leach of Sedalia is the guest of Hiss Mary Louise Bond, and Miss Jeanette Ross of Kansas City Is the guest of Miss Mildred Bartlett at the Kappa Kappa Gamma house. Mrs. Ira S. Griffith entertained the Bethany Circle at her home yesterday afternoon. Mrs. John Childs of Richmond is the guest of her son. Jack Childs, at the Sigma Nu house. Miss Louise Trask, Miss Esther Robertson and Miss Hazel Babb will be dinner guests at the Phi Kappa PsI house today. Lieutenant Claud E. Stadtman Is spending the dav in Columbia as the guest of his fiancee. Miss Margeret McElroy. Their marriage will take place November 24 at the home of the bride's parents in Kansas City. Lieutenant Stadtman is a former stu dent of the University and Is now with the Fifty-third United States In fantry located at Chickamaugua Park, Georgia. Mrs. W. Emmett Smith, 1306 Broad way, entertained at a small bridge party yesterday afternoon, the fol lowing out-of-town visitors in Colum bia: Mrs. Milo C. Shands, Mrs. Clara Stewart, Mrs. Wallace Todd and Mrs. Curtis Hill. APPLES! APPLES! I will have two cars of fine winter apples on Katy track Monday, October 22nd These are fine River Hills Hand-picked Apples Ben Davis and Gano, $1.00 Jonathans, $1.25 Will be worth double by Christmas. Will deliver any where in city. Have samples at my home. Call or phone 1 179-Grcen. Bring your sacks. W. H. COCHEL, South end of College Ave. refrgNJBsBa , , jSfftfHBfflin ii. AfiKiilSSSSSilSSSilSSWlSJs' TflnSV awftlgftr -JsK&F? JJKB ' T Tmff w IBanii TBWi ' i IttrBfl i iTi "-"-t hb m Mrs. Turner McBaine entertained her Sunday school class of 100 girls at her home, Westover, yesterday afternoon. 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