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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 21 November 1917

-!?'flfiv?r s y " ' r-- ( - Si m m m H Si 4a I le,- i' I? . ris ks- f h " f ft Ifc r i I I. .' t V &gm ' Page Tito THE EVENING MISSOURIAN (MEMBER OP ASSOCIATED PRESS) Tbe Ansoclated Press Is excluslrely en titled to tbe use for republication or all news dispatches credited to It or not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local news published herein. PablUned tttr erenlns (except Saturday and Sunday) and Sunday morninr by The Mlssonrlan Asaoclatlon, Incorporat ed, Columbia, Mo. Office: Virginia Building, Downstairs Itbooes: Business 05; News, 274. Entered at the pastofflce, Columbia, Mo., as second-class mall. City: Year, J3-73; 3 months, $1.00; month, 40 cents; copy. 2 cents. By mall In Boone County: lear, $32-; 6 1 ' .t" -.. i mnntha Wl rents. Outside of Boone County: lear, $4.50; 3 months, $L23; month, 45 cents. National Advertising Representatives: Carpenter-Scheerer Co.. Fifth Avenue Building Xew York; Peoples Gas Bulld- B, Chicago. LET US GIVE T1IAXKS The Thanksgi...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 21 November 1917

M MMm jjpyajyiiw , a. "3pS CCF?f 9 i ?i ij a i I SPORT The Tigers have started secret nractlce for the Missouri-Kansas game. From now on every effort will be made to have all of the injured players In shape. Practice is being held on Rol lins Field in the afternoon and In Rothwell Gymnasium at night, In order to perfect all of the plays that the jayhawkers defense will have to Bass has not recovered from the In torr received in the Oklahoma game. ne is able to play tackle, Urle Jrobably will play the other tackle. Captain Hamilton then will have a chance to play his old position at center. McLane the drop kicker, who has been out of the game all season is In good shape. Schroeder's shoulder is still bothering him and he may be unable to play. If he Is not in con dition he will be replaced by Marshall. Slusber and Urie have been doing the panting this week and both are get ting their kicks awayfast. Thomas Berry Has Broken Nose. Thomas Berry, Tiger left-guard, suf fered a broken nose...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 21 November 1917

4 fHr THE EVENING MISSOUBIAN, WEDNESDAY. NOYEMBER SI, 1917. Page Fonr Yesterday's Late News YIHa's Troops LeTe Ojinoga. OJInaga, the Mexican town captured by Villa last week. Is now almost de serted by his forces, who have left to join Villa In the field. Military and Federal officers are examining all who pass out of Presidio, Tex., which is opposite OJInaga, in search of Mexican politicians aligned with the Villastas. The Mexican Government requests of the United States the 500 Mexican Federal soldiers who are in terned at Marfa. MACHINERY SIMPLIFIES . CAFETERIA'S BIG TASK Arresting Suspected Germans. The intelligence bureaus of the army and navy have charge of arresting suspected Germans, mainly in sea coast and lake port cities. They are acting under authority of President Wilson's new proclamation, forbidding alien enemies within 100 yards of docks, requiring their registration and imposing other restrictions on their movements. Only a small per centage hf the half million unna...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 22 November 1917

w m $&&FFav--'?7'irp ' tT"Wi-yy ,JI)r1fW-tf "S cv"'6i' rsr THE EVENING MISSOURIAN TENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 22, 1917. NUMBER 59. ,? f s 30 WISH 1U Al IbNU NEXT TRAINING CAMP Major Wallace Craigie Still Receiving Applications for Admission. 48 TO GO FROM HERE Camps to Start January 5 Men Here Will Go to Little Rock, Ark. irtv aDnlicatioiiH have been Med ln the office of Major Wallace M. CWe. commandant of rateor en-1 trance to the Third Officers Training Camp at Little Rock Ark. This camp to open wly to graduates and under-j,n graduates of specified universities listed by the War department The quota for the University of Missouri Is forty-eight AU applicants must be at least twenty years and nine months old by January 5, and not older than thirty - one. , .. Major Craigie says that the es sentials for recommendation are that the applicant must have availed him self of the military training offered by the university in which lie was a student, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 22 November 1917

HIHHHI"'' VP- "r-'STJ" 77"Ti" .t 4. "w ' f-T' T"" -SWfiS? Page Two THE ETENISG 31ISS0URUy, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1917. wUNBESSSB&t jHpjsprWF ?rxF -? jg; -&& " If I '5aK JC: ' m $a '-i 3 m m it lis r fe? i& i H- K & fi' THE EVENING MISSOURIAN (MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS) Tbe Associated Press Is exclusively en titled to tbe use for republication of all news dispatches credited to It or not otbernRe credited In this paper and also the local news published herein. rublUhrd ereir errnlnx (except Saturday and Sunday) and Sunday moraine by The Mluonrlan Auoclatlon, Incorporat ed, Colombia. Mo. office: Virginia Building, Downstairs Phones: Business 5j; rtewa, 2H. SOCIETY NOTES Kntered at the postofflce, Columbia, Mo, as second-class mall. City: Year, $3.75; 3 months, $1.00; month, 40 cents; copy. 2 cents. Ily mall In Boone County: lear, $3.23; 6 months, $1.75; 3 months, 90 cents, outside of Boone County: Year, $4X0; 3 months, $L23; month, 43 cents. National Advertising ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 22 November 1917

M W A V THE EVENING 3IISS0tJRIAJi THDBSDAY, jTOTEMBER 22, 1917. SPORT Apparently unable to furnish men (rom the Varsity for the All-American nme scheduled for Rollins Field on Saturday. Coach Schulte late yester day afternoon cancelled the annual battle between Tiger regulars and Coach Johnnie Miller's freshmen. The canceling of the annual pre-Thanks-rivlng game, started here last year, U regarded as particularly significant jue to the fact that Tiger rooters fcnow that the reason for the action is that the Tiger varsity machine is so badly crippled that -there are not enough men to spare for the game, and this, taken at a time when the Tiger team should be in the best of shape, makes some think that Missouri is due for a defeat from the Kansas team next week. It is known that Coach Schulte would not risk such men as Collins, jlider and Hamilton or any of the other first string men against Coach Miller's freshmen who are believed to outweigh the Tigers to a considerable extent, but ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 22 November 1917

THE EYEXIXG MISSOUBIAN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1917. Page Four r- f!H .t ? l Ifl r ;-, L- si Is?- b' K & r . Yesterday's Late News JleClunfr's Case Dismissed. The prosecution against D. C. Mc Clung, former warden of the State Penitentiary, charged with conspiring to obtain money from the state un der false pretenses, has been dis missed by Lee B. Ewln'g, special pros ecutor for Attorney-General McAllis ter. Ewing said the case was dis missed because It would be better to file Information on the same offenses than to Jeopardize the interests of the state by going to trial on Indict ments which might be found at vari ance with the state testimony. Wants Allen Enemies to Lose Land. E. H. Bullock, land reclamation commissioner of the state, has cited to the Missouri Council of Defense a statute making it unlawful for any alien enemy to own land in Missouri. The statute provides that alien enemies can hold land in this state only when their rights are secured by existing treaties bet...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 23 November 1917

! "3Cr"",f " i "gpr'i THE EVENING MISSOURIAN f TENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 23, 1917. NUMBER 60 f jatyy7g-- -pagw j-wt-fH1 iswwwiw! " -jsy, "MJ1"'),w mjjmgyui,- t"V' -1 ."M Ly'""0"JV rS- V?MS9WIRf?i5'l259KSTOsyHP w- W i iili GARDNER HI TBI Final Plans for Homecoming Program Made Last Night. PARADE ATTo'CLOCK Agricultural Students Plan Section Four Blocks in Length. li.me-Conilng Program. WEll.VlNDAl. ....l.. In 1'ttlior.fltir f.uliit. 4 P' on WW Campus. . ,r m-Bit Kanas m-is meeting In ' ' "" r'nlverstt) Auditorium. . -,, . Freslinian Cap Burning a iinmi,,.. f "" ' north ni'l "i -- rth mil of campus, 'Suaies'rnrHtu'S food Administration, will be In Co and visitor, ilumbia December 20, according to ln- 'olioge Widow "h, Hall Theater, formation received by State Food Ad- Till TlcSl 1A l - m -Beat Kansas parade or I anil k.tl1'lntl l'uriilo til . . siomu1 " -.-.-..-. - ....... ... lie formed in front of Rothwcll Cjmnaiilntu ami. on Rollins direct running east...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 23 November 1917

Page Two THE EVENING MISSOUKIAN, FKI1) AY, NOVEMBER 23, 1917. - y . tvl 'A II l' m. - s 4-' t c. K e h u fft IK 11 SOCIETY NOTES Miss Jessie Williams of Boonvllle will come tomorrow to be a guest at the Kappa Kappa Gamma house until fcfter Thanksgiving.. The University men's class of the Methodist Sunday School will enter- ' tain the University women's class with a hiking party and wiener roast Satur day afternoon. . Mrs. L. G. Itlnkle will t entertain the Social Study Club from 3 to 5 o'clock. next Wednesday afternojn at her home, 118 Rosebary lane. Miss Margaret Leonard ot Marshall will arrive soon to be the guest of Miss Sybil Whittle, 1400 Bass avenue. airs. lierry aicAiester will give & small knitting party Monday In honor of Miss Helen Williams. The guests will be: Misses Helen Williams, Frances Gray, Frances and Helen Mitchell, Margaret and Ruth Rollins, Juliet Bawling, Jessie Hill and Mrs. Robert Kerner. team has been running at a high rate of Speed since the beginning o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 23 November 1917

T& sHMIHBEsKSffiRsfsBi3- '. . 5 " "-s,yS THE EYEXLV6 MI930URlA?f, HOD AX, XOVEMBEB 2t,.ttl7. Pagetfkree wrr?--:- '.-' , I ,i S ?: V BOONE COUNTY GIVES LIBERALLY I List of Those Who Subscribed as Much As $1 In Y. M. C. A. Campaign The Missourlan publishes here a complete list of those In charge of the v M. C. A. war fund campaign and those who contributed as much as II to the fund in Columbia Township. The list is an accurate one! com piled by those in charge of the campaign. It should be noted that the jjnes of those who contributed through the public schools and Sunday tchools are not given for the reason that the committee has no record of their names. The subscriptions from the University and girls' colleges vere obtained separately and are not included. Boone County leads the state in proportion to population in the amount given. Columbia Township gave J7.494.23, an average of $7.81 (or each of the 959 contributors, and the rest of the county approximately IgOOO The list of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 23 November 1917

g?!iiy?jT-'VrjTft'i'" r "' oWir.''rSiS arpsay.ftm'x ll S 4 .1 O 5,1 .T-V -. - K Page Four' THE EVENING- MISSOtJBIA, ItamAT.'XOTEMgER S3T191?: 'THE EVENING MISSOURIAN (MEMBER OP ASSOCIATED PRESS) The Anaoclated Press is exduslrely en titled to tbe use for republication of all news dispatches credited to It or not utbernlse credited In this paper and also the local news published herein. I'ublUbrd rttj ewnlnr (except tordaj and Sunday) and Sunday moraine by Tbe MUsourlan Association. Incorporat ed, Columbia, Mo. office: Virginia Building. Donnitalrs I'bunes: Business M; Kews, 27- Kntered at the postofflce, Columbia, Mo., as second-class mall. THE NEW BOOKS City: Year, $3.75; 3 months, $1.00; month, Ml t... nnnvr rptltll itv mnii In noone County: Year, $3.25: 0 mAnii.. i Tr. 3 months. 00 cents. inoi.is Ar itoone County: Year, S4.50: 3 months, SL23; month, 45 cents. National Advertising Representatives: Carpenter-Scheerer Co., Fifth Avenue Building New York; 1'jeoples Gas Bulld- ig, Chi...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 23 November 1917

f" V THEETEXIXC XlSSOUBIAy. FRIDAY, NOTEMBER 2S, 1917. COLUiMBIA GIRL IN "COLLEGE WIDOW Til TEL HOW TO STORE CABBAGE Pnll Up With Roots, Transplant to Cellar, AdTice of College. Numerous inquires have been com ing to the University of Missouri Col lege of Agriculture concerning home storage of cabbage as well as other vegetables for winter use. It is sug gested that cabbage be pulled up with the roots on, and where a cool moist cellar Js aailable, transplanting the plants to the cellar, setting them close together with the roots in a layer of sand or soil five of six Inches deep. This soil is to be kept moist and if the cellar is kept cool enough the heads of cabbage will remain in good condition for some time. Where a larger amount of cabbage is to be stored, or where no suitable cellar is available, pitting out doors is advised. A shallow trench is dug wide enough to hold three or five heads of cabbage along-side each other, and as long as necessary to hold ?he bulk of cabbage bei...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 23 November 1917

Ju 8 L". W tjM & m v-1 WE ti&SZ - sm tmF' - a B' Page Six THE EVENING 3HSS0UMAX, FM9 AY, NOVEMBER 23, 1917. v EW& - .. ..i ' ' ' " ' '" 'Teachers wanted to fill emergency vacancies in all departments. Have calls for teachers dally. Only 3 per cent commission. Teachers' Em ployment Bureau, 208-209 C. R. S. Bank Bldg., Cedar Rapids. Iowa. 12-tf You Will Findlt Wise Econ omy To Buy Your Groceries Here Saturday IVe show a. complete line of FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETA BLES. NEW PACK CANNED VEGETABLES AND FRUITS. We luiTe a large and Tarleil stock from reliuble packers and the-price Is rea sonable. NEW PICKLES In bottle and bulk. Large Englkhed-cured Dill Pickles. Split Sweet Pickles. German Peeled Sweet Picklex. Midget Sweet Pickles etc. We sell Hie NEW YORK FULL CREAM CHEESE. None so good. Try one pound. CAMPBELL'S BAKING PRODUCTS. TWO CAPITAL CAKES for 2."ic. WAR BREAD, made bj the Campbell Snow -White Bakery, Kansas City. You will like It; loaf, 10c. "MAID OF THE WHEAT' the be...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 25 November 1917

SUNDAY MORNING MISSOURI AN . s TENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 25, 1917. NUMBER 61 in ? I si I a. CHURCH CELEBRATES , CEHTENNjAL TODAY Ashland Christian Organiza ' tion Is Oldest West of Mississippi River. COMMUNITY" CENTER Present Structure Erected at Cost of $14,000 Is High School Also. - The Centennial celebration of the founding of the oldest 'Christian Church west of the Mississippi River will be held this morning at 10:45 at the Ashland Christian Church, half way between New Franklin and Rocheport The-first Christian Church west of the Mississippi was established in 1S17. eight Tear atter the foundlnB oI the Christian Church Brotherhood in 1809. The first services were held in a jog cabin. 16 by 20 feet with no floor and called the Salt Creek Christian Church. A second building of frame was built later to replace the old log cabin and the name changed to Ash- j land Christian Church. The present Ashland Christian Church, standing on the same site as the...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 25 November 1917

-J n SUSDAY MORNING 3HSSOUKIAS, KOVEMBEK S3, 1917. Page Two rj a : n si H II- mt Si & ij i. sI I: i 31 'K P4f t T f Rational Livestock Market. I NATIONAL STOCK YABDS. EAST ST. IOUIS. Ill- November 5M. 1917. Tlie llve i.tock market for today was as folio a: JIor receipts 4.8)0. Market, IIlRlier. UgMx. 17-WftJ17.80. I'llta. sibmnzz. Mixed and butcher. $1700QS17.S0. !ool lienvy. $17 7T.S17.03. IlluL $17JQ1".90. Tittle receipts 1,300. Jlltrket, Steady. Native beef steers. $S$1G. Vearllne steers and lielfers, ?7$!tS. Cows. 5QflL Stockcrs and feeders, JOJOMtll. Texas quarantine steers, ?C-75(8$10JiO. I'rime Southern beef fctcers. $9$12.75. ltiw.f enws urn! belfers. SG&SIO. I'rime yearling steers and heifers, $7.00 610. Native calves, $575$13 25. hheep receipts 150. Market, Steady. Kimbi. S13ftJ17.50. Hues $10 $11. Yearlings. fllftfliS. Taunt-rt and Chopper. J.'&fS.TiO. Meeting; of Columbia lied Cross. The first annual meeting of the Co lumbia chapter, American Red Cross, vnll ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 25 November 1917

ff nmon follow. nts requ fresh air. ? K'vcn. The ft rich foods shed pota. earn. Very 'ven. Care allow the enly chilled In all cases. I??? at the followed im. have been "p"5 irom. " weeks lls reason, maintained eeks. raphs idio SUNDAY MORXIXG MISSOURIA', XOYEMBER 25, 1917. S - 1 OPPONENTS OF KANSAS IN TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL CONTEST inii- ??- .11 PEJBHwBBH BBBK '"i. lr 53BPBBBW,v'.3p y K THHpA'firBBPH SPORT Dusk on Rollins Field one night last week saw Coach H. F. Schulte In In a "running-walk" up and down the field, following a straggling looking bunch of light football players. His big, commanding voice every now and then rang out in calls of "Get that man. Kirk. What are you doing there. Ham?" as he followed the dif ferent practice plays. Coach Schulte was fighting for next Thursday afternoon. He was pre paring for Missouri's final effort of the 1917 season. He stopped now and then to talk with a group of men who stood on the sidelines with Athletic Director Meanwell. Despite the "f...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 25 November 1917

Page Four SPXDAY MORNING MISSOPBIAX, NOYE3CBER 55, 1917. t i! I! PEACE SANS VICTORY IN MUST 00 SHARE IN FACULTY DEBATE IN WINNING THE WAR The Two Hudsons Oppose Shepard and Taylor; Dean William Referee. "WORTH THE PRICE" Professors Discuss Ethics of Upholding Side One Does Not Believe In. "The chairman of the evening oc cupies a nrecarious position," said Dean Walter Williams before introduc ing the faculty members who took part In a debate in the, Y. M. C. A. Auditorium Friday night. "Hudsons Effort Being Made to Double the Poultry Production of Missouri. X. U. MAN WRITES FROM FRANCE FEDERAL AID GIVEN Poultry Rally to Be Held in Every County M. U. Helps Campaign. Can Missouri, already the leading poultry state In number of eggs pro duced double Its output of chickens and eggs and thereby add materially to what it is already doing to help win the war? Prof. H. L. Kempster of the are on onei side and the Fords on the ' poultry department of the University other, and all ramble right ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 25 November 1917

SUNDAY MORNING MISSOUMAN. NOVEMBER 25, 1917 Page Fire WHEAT GREATEST J& IS MflOF ALLIES But, Says Dean Mumford, Enemy Can Maintain Mh Flour for Year. U. S. TO SEND SHARE Tn Export 100 Million Bushels, Only if Individ uals Save, Is Said. The Allies need 'wheat more than any other food," declared Food Ad ministrator F. B. Mumford yesterday. -How to get fats is the great problem of the Central Powers, although they, too want wheat. They can maintain their present rations of flour another year, however, thanks to conquered wheat- lands and a heavier crop at home than usual. Their potato yield is good, although not as much as was reported." Dean Mumford gae a summary of the world's food situation: Russia's wheat crop is only 75 per cent of nor mal. Disorganized transportation has further aggravated food troubles there. Moscow, Petrograd and other large cities are suffering for bread because the wheat in the provinces cannot be moved to them. Bread riots have broken out. France raised...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 25 November 1917

i, Page Six SUNDAY XORSIXG XISSeCRIAX, XOTEMKEB 23, 1MZ. til I 4 6.J JI lit "Jii ii H SUNDAY MORNING MISSOURIAN (MEMBER OP ASSOCIATED PRESS) The Axsociated Press Is exclusively en titled to the nse for republication of all ews dispatches credited to It or not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local news published herein. Published nerj evening (except Saturday and Sunday) aad Bandar moraine by The Sllnaonrian Association, Incorporat ed, Columbia, "Mo. Office: Virginia Building. Downstairs Phones: Business 55; Ivews, 274. Entered at the pastolllce, Columbia, Mo., as second-class mall. City: Year. J3.T5: 3 months, S1.00; month. 40 cents; copy, 2 cents Bv mall In Boone County: ear. J3.2j: 6 "mouths. $1.73: 3 months. 80 cents. iutlle of Boone County: Year, H0. 3 months. J13; month, 45 cents. THE OPEN COLUMN National AdvertlslnK Bepresentatlres: CarpJuter-Scheercr Co. Kifth Avenue Ilulldinc New York; Peoples Gas Bulld- s. Chicago." EELIGIOX IX THE SCHOOLS A notable meeting wa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 25 November 1917

K J I 4 Al SUKDAT X0E5I5G MISSOOTgAK, .NOVEMBER 2S, 1917. I "society notes j - iKn Imnnrt.int social CVCntS . coming wee'c will be the in r rmal reception and dance to up ireo In the Daniel Boone Tavern ball zLa Friday night by the Kappa Al r" fraternity in honor of Miss Helen miams and Captain John F. ihodes who will be married at 6:30 vinck' Saturday night. In the re- trine line will be Miss Williams, Si Hhodes. Miss Martha Fulton TTv-ew York. Miss Marguerite Foque , Minneapolis. Lieutenant G . F. !l of the Kappa Alpha fraternity. Z informal reception from S:30 to s o'clock will be followed by danc- llThe guest list includes Doctor A. ps HiU. Dean and Mrs. Walter WIN Z.s Major Wallace M. Craigie. Mr. ind Mrs. Kent Cation. Mr. and Mrs. r C BowltaB. I,rot- aml Mrs- F- L Martin Dr. and Mrs. Dan Stine. Prof, and Mrs C. G. Ross. Mr. and Mrs. Berry McAlester. Mr. and Mrs Ash- uv Grav 01 u iu ----- T J Moss of St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. J" p McBalne. Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Lnhens Mr. and Mrs. ...

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