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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURlAN. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30t 1922
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tain to gucts: Dr. and Mrs. C B.
Bowline, who will entertain two guests;
Dr. ami .Mr. C W. Digge, who will hate
Mr. and Mrs. Cha. Murray and children
of Shelbjullc; Mrs. Earl Reid and
daughter of Moberly; Mrs. L. R. Quick
and children of Halls ille.
Miss Mabel Berr). a student in the
Columbia High School last jear, will
pend Thanksgiving Day in Philadelphia.
She is the firt girl from Columbia to
$921.77 OBTAINED SO FAR .
IN CITY WELFARE DRIVE
two guests; and Mr. C F. MoVey who aen( llle cilrty chav. Sc10Oi at ra,.
will be hostess to two guests.
RET A WETA PI DINNER
AND DANCE FOR GUESTS
The members of the Beta Theta Pi
fratrrnil) will entertain their Homecom
ing gutM at a dinner dance this evening.
Besides tlic alumni and visitors the fol
lowing will lie guest-: Misses Mar) Belle
Mundi, Dorotli) Johnston, Marjorie
Wiggins Ixlia Wood, Maxine Christo
pher, Helen Horn, Helen Miclb), Dor
otli) Turner, irginia Gardner, Louise
lVrlin-. Catherine Morgan. Catherine
Ware, Virginia Dinat, Virginia llarrk
Miriam Merkle, Mildred Boucher. Fran-
re Kcnnc), Corrinne Swisher of Kansas
Cit). Mar) Belle ttcuman of Joplin,
Rutb Tamm of Kansas Cit). Eleanor
Jameson of St. Ixmis and Nancy Cull of
ington, D. C where she is enrolled this
)ear. She i the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. L. W. Berry, 1421 Bouchelle avenue.
COUNTRY CLUll HAS
A dinner dance began the Thanksgiv
ing program at the Countrj Club last
Among those who entertained were Dr.
and Mrs. Guv I Nojcs, Dr. Max M)cr o'
St. Iitiis ami A. C I.anier.
Mi l'tarlc Mitchell had as her guest'
Mi- Eliralicth Centr) of Kansas Cit),
end Ii-s Marion Wilbur of Bethlehem
A. B. Armstrong of McBaine enter
taincd a party of four.
J. ft. Somnicrville was host to a part;
J. II. Dorsey and Dorth) Dorcv alr
The members and pledges of the Phi
Mu sorority will entertain tonight for
their alumnae guests with a dinner par-
t) at lite Ilroadmore Inn. Covers will be
laid for sixty. The Thanksgiving motif
will be carried out in the place cards
and tabic decorations.
Mrs. Dora Ma)hugh of Bethany is in
Columbia visiting her 'son, I!. L. Ma)
hugh. Her sister, Mrs. W. A. Baldwin,
also of Bethany; who has been visiting
in Jefferson Cit), came jesterda) after
noon to visit with them.
Mrs. R. D. M. Bauer has as her guests
during Homecoming, her sisters. Misses
Edith, Dorothy, and Margaret Clark, and
her brothers, David and Charles Clark,
all of St. Louis.
The meeting of the Woman's Extension
club has been postponed one week. It
will meet at the home of Mrs. John
Sheay 1207 Broadway, December 9.
DR. AD MRS. D. 3. CONLEY
GIVE D1WER FOR GUESTS.
Dr. and Mrs. D. S. Conle) entertainet'
with a Thanksgiving dinner Wednesdav
night in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Jocctl
Miou'-c of Kansas Cit). and Dr. and Mrs
Harr) Smiley of Tcxarkana, Ark. Theii
other guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Law
rence Bonfoc) of Quincj, III.; Mr. and
Mr-. Harry Broadhcad of St. Joseph;
Mrs. Charles B. Farrish of St. Joseph"
Mr. and Mrs. C B. Miller: Mis Flor
i nee Gmle) , Dr. Frank Ridge of Kansa
Cit); Dr. W. II. Mook of St, Louis and
Dr. Emmett Kane of St. Louis.
Mrs. N. W. Bauer and granddaughter,
Miss Juanita Crcer of St. Louis came
)eserda) afternoon for a visit with the
former's sons, M. and R. Bauer.
Miss Mar) Sears of Des Moines, la ,
arrived )esterda) to spent Thanksgiving
with Dr. and .Mrs. J. II. Hardy.
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Wilson's pass to McAdams failed. Mc
Adams punted $0 )ards out of bounds.
It was Mioouri's ball on her own 18
Bundschu went in for Knight of Mis
souri at left half. Lincoln bucked cen
ter for 6 ards.
Fowler circled right end for 2 ) arils
Time out for for Fowler.
Lincoln buiked rintcr for 2 vards.
Kansas was penalized 2 ) arils for extra
Krueger went in tor burt ol Kansas
Bundschu went through center for 2
Bond failed to gain when he circled
Fowler punted 10 )ards.
Captain 1 1 if fins went in for Hale).
Wilson circled left end for 10 )ards
and first down.
Spurgeon was thrown for a 4-)ard lose.
Time out for Kansas.
Lincoln blocked Wilson's pass to
Krueger. Wilson's long pass to Criffin
McAdams punted 50 ) arils to Bond
who returned IS janlj.
Flash: Came ends. Score, Missouri,
9; Kansas, 7.
Homecoming Interrupts Canrass-
Only 11 Captains Report $5,500
Is the Goal
Coumbis Marklt Rli-ort
Prices to Farmers: High Low Aver.
MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE
The wedding of Miss Mary Hill of Lo
Angeles to Victor Woolen of Chicago
took place last evening at the home of
. the bride's father, Charles Hill.
-sMiss Hill was graduated from Chris
'an College in 1906, and is a member o
fir- Rh Sinma rimifrnn cnrnriti Sti.
ias visited in Columbia as a guest o'.
Irs. Bernard Hunt. Mr, Woolen wa
graduated from Northwestern University
where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappi.
The) will reside in Chicago.
. r. S. G. A. TO HOLD OPEN
HOUSE AT READ HALL.
The Women's Student Government A
sociation will hold oiien house at Read
Hall tomorrow afternoon from four to six
o'clock in honor of visiting alumnae and
former students of the University. Ever)
University woman is invited to attend
and to bring her guests. The entertain
ment will be simple and will give oppor
tunit) for the renewing of old friend
ships, .Mi,, Frances Pethick is chairman
of the committee in charge.
The Alpha Delta Pi sororit) will enter
tain with a buffet supper and informal
dance immediate!) after the game thi-
aftcrnoin. The house will be decorated
in chrv-anthenums and streamers o!
black and gold.
The Delta Tau Delta fraternit) enter
tainet! with a dance last night at the
chapter house in honor of the Homecom
ing visitors. The guests were: Misses
Ferol Stark. Cathrrine Morgan, Eliza
beth Estes Lula Moss Robnelt. Cora
Mcndenhall. Virginia Reid. Elizabeth
Agee, Beulah Ellis, Dorothy Jones. Janet
Sweet, Margaret Graham, Laura Fran
ces Headen, Doroth) Logan, Avis Keas
ling, Martha Williams Louise Bostian.
Dorothy Cope. Nellie MiHan, Ruth Pat
ton, Lois nightman of Bra)mer, Irma
Newman of Excelior Springs Virginia
Jacobs of St. Louis, Lucille Cherrj of
Ml Vernon. Mar)' Belle Newman and
Constance Bo)er of Joplin, and Marian
Bridgford. Dorothy Roe, Marie Ellet
all of Kansas City.
The chaperons were Mr. and Mrs R.
T. Van Horn, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Busch
man and Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Du)sing.
Mr. and .Mrs. A. N. Winchester and
son, Wellington, of Joplin, Mo., motored
through )esterda) to see the game and
Homecoming celebration They will be
house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Ballenger for the week-end. They will
also visit Miss Mary Winchester, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Winchester, who
lives at the Delta Delta Delta house, dur
ing their stay in Columbia.
Mrs. Alfonso Johnson will entertain
with a luncheon at the Colonial Tea
Room Frida) noon in honor of Mrs. W.
G. Keath of Chillicolhe. The guests will
lie Mrs. J. C Jones, Mrs. Frank Rollins,
Mrs Emmett Smith, Mrs J. E. Thorn
Ion, Mrs. Edgar D. Lee, Mrs. Edward
Thornton. Tula, Okla.; Mrs Earl F.
Nelson, St. Louis and Mrs. A. R. Coburn,
Mr. and .Mrs. G. W. Ketchura of 911
Locust have as guests during Home-
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son Cit); Miss Grace Meliza of Mexico; An interpreter wa called and the famil)
Garth and Iilus Castillo ol llammirg: Iwas reunited,
J. Earl) went to Dearing for the holi
F. H. Chac left )csterday afternoon
or St. Louis.
Harr) Viner of Tulsa, Okla, is visit
ing friends here.
-Miss Mar) Johnson went to Browns
Jacob Batcrly of Moberly was here
on business )cserda).
C. M. Gorman of Hannibal was here
on business vcterdav.
Mrs. A. J. Leount of Ilillsville was
in Columbia )esterday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Carroll nad son
'eft yesterda) for St. Louis.
C H. Thomas of Carrolton was in
Columbia yesterday on business.
Charles Jones went to Kansas Cit)
jesterday to visit Warren House.
Ira Wall left )esterday for San Fran
cisco, where he will visit his children.
Joe "Seiner and Henry Fradkin arrived
)esterda) from Sedalia to attend the
Mrs. Walter Hulen went to Centralia
to visit her sister, Mrs. E. G. Wade, who
Mr. and Mrs. C F. FuJkcrson left
)oerday for Jefferson City to spend
Miss Frances Flournoy of Independ
ence is visiting at the Kappa Kappa
C F. Younger, who has been visiting
friends in Columbia, left yesterday af
ternoon for Kansas Gtj.
Miss May Ellen Carroll of Fort
Leavenworth, Kan, is visiting Miss Lor-
cne Jacobs and Flora Baker.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles O. Mdlsap of
Mount Vemon, went to Centralia yes
terday morning to visit friends.
W. P. Tenne), who has been visiting
friends in Columbia, left yesterday after
noon for his home in Maitland.
Miss Virginia Shinn of Carrolton ar
rived yesterday to visit with Miss Doro
thy Hudson at the Phi Beta Phi house.
Mrs. Lydia Critchfield went to Stur
geon yesterday morning where she will
visit her daughter, Mrs. Donnie Roberts
for a month.
Mrs. L. V. Harold, who has been
working in Columbia, left yesterda)
morning for her home in Moberly to
visit with relatives this week-end.
Miss Geneva Hulen and Miss Letha
Brown left for St. Louis )esterday morn
ing. They will be the guests of Mrs.
Ezra Crosswhite, Miss Browns' aunt.
Miss Hulen will return Sunday and Miss
Brown in about two weeks.
Green peppers, doz. .05
Spinach, lb 10
Egg, doz. 45
Butter, lb JO
Hens, lb 19
Roosters lb 18
Spring Chickens, lb. .19
Ducks, lb 19
Turkeys, lb 45
Geese, lb 19.
Carrots, lb .01
Beets lb 05
Radishes, doz. 75
Lettuce, doz. .75
JUNIOR JUDGES TO CHICAGO
Four Drajmer Hoys Represent State
at Stock Show.
The Missouri state champions in the
junior slock judging contest which was
held at Columbia during Junior Farm
ers' week, left yesterday morning for
Chicago where they will compete with
other states in the fnternational Live
stock Show, December 2 to 9. The team
is composed of four bo)s from the high
school at Bravmer, and i in charge of
E. M. Wood-, a 1921 graduate of the
College of Agriculture, who U tcachin;
vocational agriculture at thjt place.
The contestants, who won the honor
of representing Mis-ouri at the Interna
tional b) defeating all other high schools
of the state here Iat month, have been
on the road for the last six weeks doing
practice judging, according to Mr.
Woods. They attended the American
Ro)al Live-stock show at Knasas Cit)
last week and have been judging the live
slock at the University Farm here for
the last three days.
The bo)s arc: EdwardfReam, high
point man in the junior contest, Neal
Mclice, Nel-on McBec and Joe Davis.
Social Science Fraternity Meets
Kappa Alpha Rho, honorary social
science fraternit), met Tuesday nigU ii
Room D, at the Y. M. C. A. Buildin;
to complete plans for a temjiorary organ
ization. Membership includes seven
men and seven women of the junior and
senior clas-cs, elected from lits sub
mitted by the heads of the social
science department. W. C. iiradfit-ld
was elected president and Carol Hub
A special meeting of the district cap
tains in tlic charity campaign of the
Public Welfare Society of Columbia was
called )cstcrday by Thomas J. Walker,
captain of the campaign, to determine
hour much progress had been made. Be
cause of distractions created by Home
coming, only eleven out of twenty-two
captains reported. The total amount of
money that had been subscribed in the
districts of eleven captains was $921.77.
The reports that were received from
these caains indicated that possibly
the rush of Homecoming and Thanksgiv
ing activities have been a handicap in
carrying on the campaign as effectively
as was desired. Another difficulty
which could not be explained so readily
was that some families had contributed
only 50 cents and $1. Some of these
families were expected to contribute at
least $5 or $10. The committee feels
that there must be some misunderstand
ing, that possibly these people have not
understood that the present drive is the
one that cumes annually to support the
charity activities of Columbia.
This drive must be a success and the
commiiuc is detarminod to make it
a success. The goal fixed for the cam
paign is $5,500. AH of tli homes that
have given but 50 cents and $1 that
should have given $5 and $10 are to be
rccanvassed. The committee, however,
is not discouraged in view of the fact
that the business district has barely been
touched in the campaign up to this time.
Onl) a few firms have been approached
and the response has been good. The
Victor Bartli Clothing Co. and the Co
lumbia Telpehone Co. each subscribed
A plan has been worked out by which
.he busintss district is to be covered in
an intensive way on Tuesday. The ob
ject is to have every business house in
Columbia double subscription. In ad
dition to the business district, the stu
dents of the two colleges and the Uni
versity are to be canvassed and thero
is to be a special campaign among the
The men who were selected to canvass
the business district are: Frank Rol
lins. Edward McDonald, John MeMullen,
0. II. vtilon, Edward Levy, Thomas Mc
llarg, Dr. Virgil Illackmore, Dr. J. B.
wiie ana J. n. jenKins.
The following captains made reports
for their districts; in most cases they
reported that wolk was still incomplete:
District 21, Mrs Tom Stewart, $2L50;
district 3, Mrs. Patterson Bain, $1838;
district 9, Mrs. L. B. Truitt, $1X04;
district 17, Mrs. G. W. Vollner, $21.10;
district 12, Mrs J. H. Pringle, $71;
listrict 4, Mrs. Millard Lipscomb,
$53.20; district 6, .Mrs. H. W. Hib
bard, $125; district 2, Mrs. Lloyd Jones,
$133.50; district 14, Mrs. Clay Schwibe,
$20; Iilrict 23, Miss Mary Jesse,
$171.50; and district 20,' Mrs. James
Patterson McBaine, $260.35.
Remade like new; featherbed made into
We also make new mattresses.
COLUMBIA MATTRESS FACTORY
Chicken Hot Tamales at Jack's Shack. I
LOST In Columbia Theatre or In
tween there and Harris, gold ring with
large Masonic emblem set in black I
stone. Reward. Return to Missourian
LOST Miller envelope containing two
pair black silk and wool hose. Return
to Missourian office or phone 527 white. I
Miss Mina Donald, a Kudent in the
University, left Columbia yesterda)
morning to visit relatives in Atchison,
John Ward, a student in the Universi
ty, left )esterday afternoon to spend
Thanksgiving with his parents in Richmond.
Miss Helen Hayes, instructor in bot
any in the University, went to Kansas
City yesterday morning to visit her
brother during the ho)ida)s.
Friends in Columbia have received an
nouncement of the birth of a daughter
to Mr. and .Mrs. Nat T. Buckley of Mc
Curdie. Mr. Buckley was graduated
from the University last spring, and is
now superintendent of schools at Me-Curdie.
M. P. Blackburn, L. L. B.. class of
"83. is back in Columbia for his first
visit since he graduated. His brother,
C J. Blackburn, who was graduated the
same year at the University of Missouri.
is here with him. Both men live at
Polish Family Needs Interpreter.
Br liutrd Pt..
HoBOkE-v, N. J, Nov. 30. When John
Stemborska met his three children as
they landed here he discovered he had
forgotten every word of his native Polish.
Jonathan Apples for Sale.
Call J. T. Howard, 44-U. Delivered,
per barrel, $5.00; per bushel basket,
L. C. JAUNCEY, D. C
Room 13, Haden Bldg.
Res. 784 Black Office 1548
University Papers, a specialty at
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24 S. 9th..
Chicken Hot Tamales at Jack's Shack
will be held (I
7:30 p. m.
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