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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 2 November 1916

"'l&fflFZ?lgW!&ev- 3P3 w$?fFJscjfi TIIE DAILI MISSOUBIAX. THUBSDAY, KOYEMBEft g, 1916. Page Three P SPORT '.Missouri never questions the the authorities of the school for which claims of any of the Texas players If proper persons." This is what C. L. just before he stepped on the train "Of course, all or the men have to be ok'd by the authorities and not by the coaches. We will not allow any man to play whose name does not ap pear on the eligibility lists. We are playing Texas under the conference rules, and I feel sure that the coaches there are not thinking of playing any men who would not be eligible under these rules." "Will Carlton, the 220 pound tackle, be allowed to play?" he was asked. "There has been some talk of his eligibility, but I know for a fact that he broke his arm in his sophomore year, shich kept him out of the game the entire season. He will be allow ed to play, as will Captain Dittmar if their names are. sent in by the Uni versity of Texas authorities." ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 2 November 1916

Page Four Dr. II. F. SHI to Speak on Chemistry. The sixty-seventh meeting of the University of Missouri section of the American Chemical Society will be held at 7:30 o'clock tomorrow evening. November 3, In Room 3Q2, Schweitzer Hall. Dr. H. F. Sill will address the section on "The Influence of Pressure of Solubilities." All students interest ed in chemistry are invited. For sorority, and fraternity ban quets, dances and receptions, use Columbia Floral Company flowers. Phone 920. Adv.- Academic Sophomores to Meet The sophomores of the College of Arts and Science will meet tonight in the assembly room of the Missouri Union Building. Plans will be drawn and appropriations made for the Texas Homecoming parade. Severance llecelves Bankers' Library. The American Bankers' Association, which has a traveling library in Us New York office, has sent a package of books on trade and finance to H. O. Severance and desires him to co-op-crate with its librarian to acquaint Missouri bankers with the...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 3 November 1916

BaSacatffaMa .---; n THE DAILY NINTH YEAR GOLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY EVENING,-NOVEMBER 3 1916 NUMBER 54 ( 4 ., - . -C- At . - s '. BBWjaW"ssaW -- t jr, " " ? S-i - auaubauwr-BBV & a, V-. m-.-- i w m aw .a - sav I- .inBi"3l II K I A fV ?jf " -' - ' ," mBBBk BB, ft . , , . VL.i I I? -?- I.t V. tuiTSVi: S1TQRS Tffl HOMECOMING DAY Many Festivities, Including Parade, Are rianned for Returning Grads. UNION TO BE CENTER Schulte and Klein to Address Mass Meeting Hawaiians to Give Play. . ' ItOMXCOHIVG PBOGRAX v Friday. 7:15 p. m. Homecoming Mas Meeting, University Auditorium. '8:30 p. m. Reunion of Student and Alum ni, Men and Women, Union Build ing. Saturday. 10 a. n). Automobile Trip for Alumnae, Starting from Academic Hall. 10 a. m. Parade of Alumni and Students by Classes, Starting from Roth well Gymnasium. 11 a. m. Dedication of the Union Build ing. 12 m. Luncheon for Alumnae by Mrs. .Walter Miller and Miss Era John ston. 2:30 n. ra. Football, Texas vs. Missouri, Rollins Field. 8:3...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 3 November 1916

i- && PijeTwo THE DAILT MISSOCKIAN, FRIDAY, KOYEMBEB , 116 S P OR T NEWS and COMMENT Special To The Missourian. AUSTIN, Tex., Nov. 2. Twenty-one Longhorns and the two Texas coaches. Gene Van Gent and "Liz" Clay, left Austin at noon today for Boonville for a day's stay, before going to Co lumbia for their battle with the Mis souri Tigers. Saturday morning they will go to Columbia. Three regulars of the Longhorn team were left behind, two on account of injuries and the third because of the necessity of cutting down the squad. These men were Beall, a back, Fenn, a tackle, and Leachman, a back. The first two played in the game with the Sooners in Dallas two weeks ago. Of the men composing the line, only pltal from injuries received Tuesday, will be able to see Saturday's game with the Texas Longhorns. However, he will be ordered back to the hospital after the game. His condition Is much improved. Tigers, Under Monllaw, Beat longhorns In 1907. When the referee's whistle blows Sat...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 3 November 1916

' , -' " MawaKB imiiiiwii THE DAILY MISSOUMAlt. FMBAY, NOVEMBER 3, IMS FageTkree; I f CITY AND CAMPUS W. W. Charters, dean of the School of Education, went to Chicago last night C.' B. Masterson of Hallsville was In town on business yesterday. jliss Dollle Allison is visiting at the home of Mrs. M. F. Berry, Switzler . street. Mrs. W. M. Harlan of Farmlngton, Mo., is visiting at the home of Dr. E. A. Allen, 900 Conley avenue. Mrs. McElfresh of Bonne Terre, who has been visiting in Columbia return cd home this morning. Mrs. B. C. Hardesty and Mrs. Emily Guitar of Cape Girardeau, former graduates of the University, are here for Homecoming. Jlllss Celeste Noel, a student In the University, went to Kirksville yester day to attend the Missouri, Rural Life Conference. K. C. Sullivan of the entomology de-' partment of the College of Agricul ture, will return tomorrow from a two weeks' trip throughout the state In the Interests of the Hessian fly move ment ' About 250 students and members o...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 3 November 1916

'' ;"'. "" j, toi&&Qf&?&lt '' ' "ft V!' ; THE WAlLmHSMttrklAX. FUAT, KOYEMJEB , MM Pffe'Few Tomorrow Is Homecoming Day !- f . Ei ?'' II 71 We-waiitall'the-Mumni "and Former, Students to come in to see lis, and we also want our old and new "friends and friends to" be ,?KS to know that this invitation is meant for them too. i -- ? . a "'-n . Dont Ask Us About the Team Look at the Record, ,;(, :..!': Hfc i MISSOURI .41 CENTRAL 0 MISSOURI 13 WASHINGTON 0 . MISSOURI ?-4 MISSOURI 0 AMES 0 MISSOURL33 QSLA.14 . ' ri MkZ ftft -TEXAS? r1 c&irit-r? . sr M --" - s.i.r"' -. ffi, We Have That Piece.pf "Old Mizzpu" JewelryThat You Want. jc r7- x - -. - - ?il . J. ..or Take herback 4a ring, brooch';'bar pin," spoon or stick pin which represents trfe ;J1' : Old Alma Mater. We also have a wide selection of other ap propriate Jewelry, Silverware and so forth that will please yourself and your friends. If You Want to Find All The Old Boys 1, - t i ii-" :-!fi: X ,) il s-.Tt GOETZ &am...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 3 November 1916

' WVj-i ' &r s '''" ww1? f.i r '.fi nniii -VjrJFwsHft THE DULY MI8S0UMAN, FMPAY,-lfOTEMBKR ,-ttl PKeHrl AT THE THEATERS The Colombia Theater. "The House of Golden Windows," a l&e Paramount picture playing at the Co lumbia Theater Friday Is founded on an old fairy story. The story Is laid among the hills of California, and tells of Tom and Sue Wells struggling for riches and how Sue goes in search of the house on the hill that has the golden windows only to find that her own little home has the windows of gold. Cleo Ridgely and Wallace Reid are featured In the production. -W fe of Silver or Cut Glass ' " " ' fc I 4 - 1 is what they will need TEA SERVICES, CHAFING DISHES, PERCO LATORS, TABLE SILVER, FLAT WARE, BOWLS, VASES. It is our pleasure to display goods and if you don't know what to buy, come in and'letus suggest something. " HENNINGER 'S . $$& Y I Hall Theatre TONIGHT Triangle Fine Arts Norma Talmadge and Tully Marshall IN THE DEVIL'S, NEEDLE" The Hall Theater. The ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 3 November 1916

WjfcL1pi.wMjiuv '"nr; "W 'rtgttux 1, .THE BAILY jnSSOUWAK. raiBAY. NOVEMBER , MM THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Published erery erenlaa; (except Saturday sad Sunday) and Sunday maralnr by The MtSMarlan Association, laearparst ed, Colombia. Mo, Frank H. Kins, President and Editors A. O. Hlnmaa, Bulani Xaaacer. Address all communications to THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Columbia, Missouri. in bis chosen line, as has the tall Mis sourian. Bat each of as can apply to his field of endeavor the keynote of his success always to do one's best. Office: Virginia Building, Downstairs Phones: Business, 05; News, 274. Entered at the postofflce, Columbia, Ma, as second-class mail. Tear. KM; month, 25 cents; copy, 5 cents Outside of Boone County, year S3; month, 30 cents. The Missourian receives the dispatches of the- United Press Associations. CUT PLAN MNG Columbia Is to be a city beautiful. The City Council, alive to the needs of a small city such as Columbia is, has appointed a city planning com mittee which Is t...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 3 November 1916

ii r - -'W,;''v'',-'."iVH'"'"?''-:"J?--': . - H J THE DAILY MISSOUXIAX, FWDATNOVEJIBER J, 191C Page-Styea TTsThoids AN ASSEMBLY pta, jude to Get Magazines Yogt . Speaks at Mass Meeting. Assembly at Columbia High School erday morning was opened with . I wo songs Dy " "- , I i lan tor securing current magazines I the high school was proposed by J S senior girls who were represented T Z, vast Lorna Montgomery and Miss r"' .-- The nlan proposed LjTthat each member of the high tool should contribute 10 or 15 cents the subscription ot these Klines Miss Sadie Stein, teacher Theory, explained the benefit ot the Lraiines to the history department Miss Boss, English teacher, their vneflt to the English department. i'mass meeting was held afterjfthe ...embly. at which two alumni. Paul VoB. former basketball star. and "D. i Miller former football star, Coach Schooler and Dr. J. E. Jordan were ipeakers. SCOUTS BEGIN WORK FOR DOWNTOWN HOM E Local Patrol Wants Club Room Also to Go After New Member...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 3 November 1916

1 IB, w m. Kfett TSE91ILTXISMUSI1B; rMBAYrHOTBOEK HMK SATS IXTEKTEKTIOK WILL COME XIssioBary Ftob Jfexle Exptelst Coadtttoas to Telufeer Bast. The Rev. J. 8. Cheven, a Baptist missionary In Mexico for eighteen' years, last night told the Student Volunteer Band of present day con ditions In the war-ridden country and of the work of missionaries which is now being conducted there. For the last three years Mr. Cheav cns has lived at Eagle Pass, Tex., be cause of the disturbances in Mexico. He makes frequent trips to his mis sionary territory whenever the rail roads are in operation.,, Although Mr. Chcavens believes that the present policy of the United States In dealing with Mexico is the proper one, he Bays he believes that Intervention will be the ultimate outcome. HanubBrj Couple licensed to Wed. A marriage license was issued, to Pritx H. Begemann .and Miss Alma'C. Schormann, both or Hartaburg, yes terday afternoon. New Dimes For Qtg. Qnesx , HIRTHASKSFARMERS TO VOTE FOR IADS To Dis...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 5 November 1916

femWkT- M THE DAILY MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 5, 1916 SIX PAGES NUMBER 55 nr I J l II l I iril IIIWIIIKIIJIIIII III IIMIIWIIWH t b PEEPLES' KICK WINS 3-1 TIGER VOTY AGAINSTLONGHORNS Tiger Scrub During Last Quarter Boots Ball, Which Hits Goal Post, Wavers and Falls Safely Over. WILDER OUTPUNTS LANG, TEXAS STAR 6,000 Rooters See a Hard Fought Homecoming Game Stankowski Makes Spec tacular 38-Yard Run. Clarence B. Peeples a Columbia boy is Missouri's gridiron hero to day. For all of three quarters and part of the fourth, eleven Texas football players and eleven Missouri football players battled to a standstill, no man on either team being strong enough to put over the points needed for a victory. In the fourth, Peeples went into the game for one play and, stand ing on the twenty-five yard line, boot ed the pigskin between the goal posts for the three points that won the game. Six thousand spectators at this homecoming game had been waiting anxiou...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 5 November 1916

i e ? 'A 5&" Hp ' Page Two . THERE WAS SLAUGHTER ON ROLLINS FIELD m 1 y THE DAILY MISSOUBIAy, 8UKPAY MOBSIJfG, 3T0YEMBEB 5, 1918. I'EEI'LES' KICK WINS 3-0 TIGER VICTORT AGAINST LONGHOKNS (Continued from page 1.) down and then Peeples was shoved into the game for one purpose, to boot the balls over the cross bars. How he did It has already been told. The rest of the game was taken up by the Southerners' frantic attempts to score by the overhead route, but the Tigers' fighting spirit was aroused and the passes accomplished, very lit tle. Texas was put on the defensive again in the last few minutes of play. The figures on the games show that both teams were extremely strong on the defensive and in the punting de partment. Texas made but four first downs, one on a forward pass, three on Lang's pretty end runs. Missouri scored seven first downs, two on forward passes, the others by delayed pass plays and plunges through the line. Missouri's punts averaged 35 yards, those of Texas 32....

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 5 November 1916

SSlifPF During the fine weather of October comes the call of outdoors. Even the bridge enthusiasts desert the table and the moving picture fan the matinee. Every afternoon sees the golf links dotted with the decorative brightness or sport coats and sweaters. Mrs. J. L. Stephens can often be observed on the green, cutting down her score, and Miss Margaret Rollins and Miss Juliet Bowling. Golf Is In deed the coming game In Columbia. Bogie, putting, mashie and drive have become incorporated into the fash ionable vocabulary. If you see a group of people talking all at once with unin telligible words and gestures, you may be sure they are not discussing the election or the latest bridge score. Sooner or later one voice will rise above the others: "Well, I had a per fect approach." The rest may be drowned by: "I told him then if he had used a mashie he could have made that hole in three; personally I nrefcr a nibliK. men Deiore long. by what the psychologists call asso ciation of ideas, s...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 5 November 1916

BMBHHHMMWillii "' i1"11 " ' "Tjys i"i,v:" JSPSf- m- W t fc' r THE DAILY JUSSOUKIAN, SUNDAY MOKtlHO; KOYEMBEB, S 1916. Hi rage Foar B THE DAILY MISSOURIAN p rnblltbrd rrrry errnlnff (except Saturday fif and Sunday) and Sunday morulas by Kt The SlUsonrlan Aavoclatlon. IncorporaC- S; rd. Colombia, Slo., Frank II. Klnr. IK- Imldent and Editor; A. O. Illnman, fig: IiaalnrM Manager. S Address all communications to THE DAILT MISSODRIAN Columbia, Missouri. Office: Virginia Building, Downstairs Pnones: Business, 53; News, 274. Entered at the postofflce, Columbia, Mo. as second-class mail. Venr. $20; month. 25 cents; copy, 5 cents. Outside of Boone County, year $3; month, 30 cents. The MIssourlan receives the dispatches of the United Tress Associations. WHY I AM FOIt (The following editorials were 'writ ten by four men, members of four op posing parties, as a representation of their political opinions and those of their parties.) WHY I AM FOR BENSON No one believes that the Socialist candidat...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 5 November 1916

T T IBv'-iW 2 THE DAILY MISSOURIAK, SUNDAY MORNDfg, IfQYEMBEB 5, 1916. Page FIto 5 SI r; k SCENES IN THE HOME COMING PARADE ri i iJHWWlMfrtrTi'll W ir, " 'W1? tSBHEMiiij n'S5SrJMaaa$ MtKH TaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaflaaaaBBBaBaanaBBlaBlraaaBaE. CPbbbbbbbf" ji ''feh' . " y? rf t j r wv! Photograph OLD (JRAl)S AM STUDEMS JUNGLE AT CMOS BUILDING (Continued from page 1.) words oer the doomed steer before the hungry 'Tigers" fell to. Through streets, flanked by cheer ing Missourians, the "pajammed" and shlrttailcd victory-intoxicated stu dents paraded until 10 o'clock, in cluding a isit to both Stephens and Christian Colleges in their rounds. U. WOjIEX HOLD 3L4SS MEETING Alumnae and Students Gain in Union and Women's Building' Work. It was a real get-together mas3 meeting that the University women and their alumnae held Friday after noon in the University Auditorium. As Auld Lang Syne was played the vis iting alumnae marched to the stage. The women gave Tiger yells and sang the songs of "Old Mizzou...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 5 November 1916

MHaMMBMBMMBMraiMMMM MSr p,. jix - - THE DAILY MISSOUBIAlf, 8UMPAY MOBMXQ, NOVEMBER 6, 1916. : I k i I F r . I- 1 W. D. McKee, club organizer and fanners' Institute lecturer of the State Board of Agriculture, is making a tour through the Ozarks. He started Wed nesday at. Eminence, and will finish at Willow Springs November 25. He is finding Increased Interest in agri cultural organization and co-operation everywhere, he writes. J. Kelley Wright and S. M. Jordan finished a series of country life meet ings in Grundy county and northwest Missouri yesterday. They will arrive home today to remain until Thurs day, when they will attend the Scot land county roundup at Memphis. B. V. Moore and "Jim" Nugent of Kansas City, who were graduated in 1905, came yesterday to see the foot ball game. Among the school of Agriculture graduates, who are back for the game are J. A. Tyson, '14, of Skidmore; P. D. Fehsenteld '15, of Troy, Mo.; J. L. Ingwerson, 15, of Bowling Green; It Q. Brown, '14, of Bloo...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 6 November 1916

-af "T ""a55r"K pf' - A THE DAILY MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 6, 1916. NUMBER 56 q&mtTW? wwsr 1 ' JA-s'v 5 j-"v x'HpfEyW'5? JsIsSfL P tvIt jjffEkt """ " "v DRITY OF COUNTY T E. Sidney Stephens Says 90 Per Cent of Voters arc For the Special Issue. TO WORK AT POLLS Repeal Would Reduce Tax Levy Only Ten Cents on Hundred Dollars. The Columbia Special Road District will receive the support of fully 90 per cent of the voters at the election tomorrow. This Is the opinion of E. Sidney Stephens, chairma of the committee of citizens and farmers who are supporting the district Last week six meetings were held over the dis trict in its support. "Only five men were found who were against the dis trict." Mr. Stephens said today. "Columbia will be organized tomor row to win the election. Workers will be at the polls to work for it. Prac tically all of the voters here will sup port the district. There are about 3,- 000 voters in the district, and of the nu...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 6 November 1916

pr- 5r V "SJ-WK?- raS' " v Page Two THE DAILY MISSOUBIAN, MOMDAT, KOYEMBEB 6, 1816. vt f r PoblUbrd ntrr ermine (urrpt Saturday- "" jj muu Duuiuj morning DT The MlMonrlao Amoclation. Incorporat ed, Columbia, Mo., Frank II. Klnr I'rrsldent and Editor; A. G. Illnmaa' lionlnru Manacrr. Address all communications to THE DAILY MISSOUIUAN Columbia, Missouri. Office: Virginia Building, Downstairs Plioncs: Iluslness, KJ; News, 274. Entered at tbe postofflce. Columbia, Mo., as second-class mall. Year. $2.50; montb. 25 cents; copy, 3 ceits Outside of Boone County, year S3; montb) 30 cents. The Mlssourlan receives the dlspatcbes of tbe United Press Associations. FOK APPROVAL, MR. VOTER Five party tickets will confront the voter at the polls tomorrow, the Dem ocrats offerinB the only complete na tional, state and county ticket while the Republican ticket is complete with the exception of a few county offices. The Prohibition, Socialist and Socialist-Labor ticket Is fairly com plete as to Nation...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 6 November 1916

rs-wPSqpuw ' ;"- jhhj !" g"'t't flu" " l"""f; ?;!?JI3 r '--g r "if -feaEH1 - jyaJO-WMjPHyni.ywMywtr. -K1 THE DAILY MISSOURIAX, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1916. Page Three SPORT The Tigers are still In the running and have almost as good a chance 0f landing the Valley championship as they did last Friday, for though Ne braska would claim the flag through the 3-0 defeat of the Ames Aggies Saturday, Coach Schulte and his men insist that the Cornhuskers are still far from having cinched their fourth successive championship. Nebraska is only technically strong-. er than Missouri. The Tigers com plctcly outclassed Ames, but the Corn buskers did not outclass their oppon ents, even though they won by a field coal. Missouri has two chances of be ing champion. One is to roll up a larger score next Saturday against the Kansas Aggies than the Cornhuskers did early in the season 14 to 0. This will eliminate the Ames-Missouri, Ames-Nebraska "dope." Then the championship would have to be de cided by the ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 6 November 1916

. $ ; K I", Page Four THE DAILY MISSOUBIAX, XOXDAY, KOTEXBEB , W& SOCIETY NOTES Mrs. Jerry C. Caldwell of Danville, Ky., Is the guest of her cousin, Mrs. C. B. Rollins. Mrs.M. D. Hunton of New York City and Mrs. H. B. Shaw of Jefferson City are visiting Mrs. E. W. Stephens. Mrs. Stephens will give a luncheon tomor row for her guests and Mrs. J. C. Cald well, Mrs. F. It. Gray and Mrs. C. B. Rollins. Pink roses will be used as decorations. Gillian were week-end guests at the Phi Mu house. The sorority gave a dinner yesterday. Mrs. J. C. King entertained inform ally yesterday evening in honor of the members of the Alpha Phi sorority. Miss Frances Dorscy gave a lunch eon today in honor of Miss Katherine Ilinton of Chicago, who is the guest of Mrs. E. L. Mitchell. Miss Hinton will return to Chicago tonight. Jeff and Ann Wilcoxson of Carroll ton, Mo., who had been visiting Mrs. E. L. Mitchell returned to their home yesterday. The following members of the Alpha Delta Pi sorority will b...

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