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Protection of Pests Now Makes Possible Extermination in Spring [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

Protection of Pests Now Makes Possible Extermination in Spring Bands Bends of burlap wrapped about trunks of apple trees in tn the Uni Uni- University University University 1 orchard are t cause I Ifor for question and end comment Curt Curl Curiously i they are for the protection during winter of one of the most moat destructive fruit pests the pests the larvae of the codling moth which in re recent re- re recent recent cent years has h- h caused enormous losses loues to Missouri apple crops The bands were placed there in August and serve erve as winter shelter beneath which hundreds of the larvae spin cocoons This nurturing of larvae and the benefit from experiments with them have resulted in a large larae saving in apple crop losses and are expected to furnish a solution to the apple worm problem The purpose of the he ex ex- experiment experiment is 1 to determine the time the codling moth emerges so sprays A used I can aJl be DC uv most ULL effectively AA W J j j I i I i 1 can aJ...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Centralia [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

Centralia James D. D Gibson of Searcy Ark is the guest pest of his grand arand parents Dr and Mrs Z M. M Hampton Miss Virginia Pitta entertained Thursday evening Mr and anet Mrs Prank Frank Darr and son of Kansas City spent the last week with Mrs Darr's mother Mrs Mn Mat- Mat Mattie Mattie Mattie tie Blanton 1 Mrs Harry A. A Jones and son Bob- Bob Bobby Bobby Bobby by spent the last lut week with Mrs Jones' Jones parents Judge Judie and Mrs J A. A Stewart and family of Columbia Mr and Mrs J. J F. F Edwards and I daughter returned to their home borne Sun Sun- Sunday SunI Sunday Sunday I day from Atlanta Mo after a visit with Mr and Mrs Quincy Harring Herring Harrington Herrington ton and family Miss Mill Louise of Mexico spent I the week with Miss Annabel Paddle Faddis i Mr and Mrs C. C R. R Nichols Nicholl of De De- Detroit DeI troit trott Mich Mr and Mrs T. T J. J n Gunn I of Moberly and Charley Smith of of Moberly and Charley Smith of Salisbury were the guests peats Friday of Mr a...

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Huntsdale [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

Huntsdale W. W F. F Senor recently moved to a ahouse ahouse house on Robert Calvins Calvin's farm School opened here the morning after New Years Year's Day Mr r. r and Mrs J. J L. L Boggs Dons are ill W. Mrs Boggs has the flu Du Mn Mrs Robert Hopper and son Billy of Columbia and brother Wilbur Wllbur I Daly of Denver Colo CoIn spent New Years Year's with their grandparents Mr and Mrs T. T A. A Daly I Mrs Nona Hudson has returned to her home at Columbia after a l visit here with her parents Mr r. r and andI Mrs Robert Calvin I Mrs Ronald Jacobs of Columbia was here recently to visit her mother I Mrs O. O W. W Theissen i Mr and Mrs Robert Grissum from fromI Columbia have moved to George Wil Wil- Williams Williams' llama liams' property here I A large number of ot men have gone lone I to work here for the government in inthe inI inthe I the rock quarry the last week I Pw rea d. d n U u. u M M. M DalY ana ano I Pw rea d. d n U u. u M M. M DalY ana ano Marcus Marcua Turner recently shipp...

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President Coolidge's Winter Home [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

I 0 n President Coolidge's Winter Home HomeI I I 4 IL Exterior view of 01 the palatial Howard F L Coffin I t t I. I I I t ard rd nd Mrs Irs Coolidge spent their winter holidays s.

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Rocheport [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

Rocheport Ed Angell and Estill Evans were in Kansas City Friday Priday on business K G. G Minar son of C. C E. E Minar Miner fell on the ice Thursday and cut a abad abad abad bad gash pah above his eye Mr and Mrs A. A B. B Potts and sons eons Alfred and Joseph returned to their home in Sedalia Sedalla last Friday after a three-day three visit with Mrs Potts' Potts par par- exits Mr and Mrs C. C T. T Campbell i Some of the poles of the Roche- Roche Rocheport Rocheport Rocheport port Mutual Telephone Company In Rocheport were broken down due to the heavy weight of the snow and andice andIce ice ce on them Paul W. W Sexton Jackson Miss who was seriously ill with pneumonia pneumonia pneumonia monia is better according to word received here by friends The remodeling of the Baptist Church Is 15 progressing slowly The carpenters are still working although the weather is bad Many of the flu cases in this community have improved and the following are able to be out again Byran Hourigan Mrs W...

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Harg [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

Harg Mrs A. A McHarg is still stin seriously ill A nurse came Friday to care for her Mrs R. R L. L Barnes is in Columbia with Dr A. A G. G Capps and children while Mrs Capps and baby daugh daugh- daughter ter are at the hospital Mr and Mrs J. J L. L Lynes of Co Co- Columbia Columbia Co- Co Columbia lumbia were guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs Leland Lynes Mr and Mrs Ed Johnson and children have ha ve Influenza Ruth Baumgartner a student in Columbia High School Is at home with chicken pox Dan McGuire of Columbia visited Ed Watson Wednesday Robert Baumgartner shipped a veal calf Wednesday William McHarg has recovered from whooping cough and will ill re re- i enter Benton School S hool in Columbia Monday R. R P. P Reid shipped a carload of cattle to St. St Louis Tuesday William Dysart bought a pen of corn from John Grant Monday Mrs William Liddell and son Thomas are with Mrs A. A McHarg this week The Rev Edmund Wilkes who has been visiting his daughter Mrs Edgar Riddick at Walnut Ridge Ark ...

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Hallsville [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

Hallsville Miss Margaret Susan and Miss Mannie Vannie Kemper of Co Co- Columbia Columbia Co- Co Columbia lumbia spent the week-end week in Hallsville with relatives Miss Kathryn and Miss Geraldine I spent the week-end week in Columbia with Mrs Tillie Reid and Mr and Mrs Kemper Reid Mr and Mrs T. T P. P Brown and Mr and Mrs Will Loren attended the funeral of Roy Creed in Colum Colum- Columbia Columbia bia Saturday l Mrs C. C B. B Lawrence Is visiting her hei herda daughters da Mrs Lester and Mrs Marg rrt Mi 11 In m St St. StLouis Louis Lous C C. P. P Archer has luis goal one to Quincy where he is lS to work or on bridge construction Miss Mattie Tate who teaches ir In Keokuk low Iowa Iowa a. a returned there Tues Tues- Tuesday Tuesday day having spent the Christmas va- va vaU udy U y spoilt s mamua L day udy U y having spent spoilt the s mamua va- va vaU cation with her parents Mr and Mrs Ben Tate of Hallsville Ernest Tate of Kirks Kirksville Errett Tate of Keokuk Iowa and Stanley Tat...

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Trip to France Offered [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

1 TRIP TO FRANCE FIANCE Students Excelling in French MM Compete for Scholarship A group of scholarships sc of of o m mand and 1000 each are being awarded aWarded to j college students of high hiah standing standi if U they desire to take advantage of special course called The Juni Ju Year In France Prance offered by the th In Ja of International Education fa ta New York City This course is 11 sp ape ap provided for by this tion which extends to the University c of Paris where the course Is ia 11 Albert E. E Trombly Trembly head of tile tha French department of the Um sity atty says that there Is no why some student here should not Dat apply for one of these scholarship Information In forma tion concerning the particulars lars of the course and the a of the scholarships may be obtained from Prof Trombly Trembly in Room I Jesse Hall Any student may apply providing he has had at least four years study in French two of which have been bee bee taken in college The cost of the ui trip wit...

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Trustees's Sale Notice [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

TRUSTEES TRUSTEE'S SALE NOTICE I WHEREAS Rosa L L. Edwards t widow by her certain deed of trust tru dated the day of March 1911 1111 t tand I. I and recorded in the office of tin ti Recorder of Deeds of Boone Count Missouri in Mortgage Record Boos Bool at Page conveyed to the thi undersigned as trustee the I described real estate lying being sac an a situate in Boone County Missouri a wit to Ten 10 0 acres the east half hair of the west half of the south south- southeast southeast southeast east quarter of the northwest quarter of section 10 riO 10 to Town Town- Township Township ship Forty eight r uc y 48 vo J Ranee Rann rang ship Forty eight r uc y 48 vo J Ranee Rann rang Twelve 12 p pIn I In trust to secure the payment d ot da cia a a. certain promissory note In sail ul deed of trust described and Whereas said note is due and un on unpaid paid default having been made it the payment thereof Now Therefore in pursuance e oJ ci Ji the terms of said deed of trust aw an anat at the re...

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Untitled [Newspaper Advertisement] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

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Sturgeon [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

a Sturgeon E. E P. P of the Smith Mc Company Columbia was waa a at business busine visitor t r here this week The rae social meeting held at the Baptist Church Wednesday da night was well weD attended and aDd proved to be bean bean I Ian an enjoyable affair Light refresh refresh-I meats ments were served at the close of of I Ithe the evenings evening's eves DI entertainment I At a recent election of the Mason Mason- MasonIc I Ic Ie fraternity the following officers officers' I were elected for the coming year I W. W J. J worshipful master muter Wren reD Owens senior warden J. J L. L Bartee junior warden Archie Boothe senior deacon A. A B. B Wai- Wai Wal-I Wal eon lOlI junk Junior deacon Ray RaJ Streeter i chaplin Sims SImI treasurer and Dr K E. N N. Gentry secretary Mrs lira Joe Burns Burris has baa been visiting her sister Mrs Un Ernest Anderson at Moberly The Tb Campfire Girls Group No 5 entertained Friday night with a adanee dance danee at the Opera House HOUle Music was furnishe...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

THE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN WEDNESDAY JANUARY 9 9 1929 H r MOB PAO 3 The N News In the the Field of i Spot Sport tl T Salesman Sam lAOS O uc p. p x BEEM ROUD W t. t S X COUPLE 0 Q Of P Re ji UN-a UN SUe wi W p A COLD COLO LONG LOMO ENOUGH SENT coP OR LoOI c TONSILS BUT aUT wet c cow COMe AROU JD AN fR Th Vi t nt 4 00 M PM t iE 60 GOMM LOOK A OVE J ALL RIGHT T IF If Ic YOU'LL fOLLOW LOW M eW 4 AN floM 1 C OON p 0 00 UM fOft t t t t 4 r I v I I a Y 4 U I t J j Freckles and His Friends a aio V m LL II Me A ME mAT JE AA A PENNY IP you EA l lA A A. eeTEn I TEUL SUE t 1 rAJ 7 2 j is IS 1 j A 1 0 mh tiit ir q t 1 i ii f. f r l' l 4

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One-Eighth of Paris "Plies the Needle" for Milady's Dress [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

I One Eighth Eighth of f Paris Plies the th on Needle for Miladys Milady's s 's Dress p ARIS IS I Last years year's Profits I to be the most enormous j Call u 0 the history of grand dress- dress dressIn dressin I in France and the industry frIlls and flounces advanced to toL to 4 L fourth among amone French trades and even passing I One eighth eighth of all Paris is engaged be e art and science ot of dressing I stylish women of the rest of I world A survey suney by the Syndicat I eral de la In Couture I that persons ply needles needles' ws w's St tIIa t Paris may continue to hold the tile sceptre of fashion the couture a Jon t of all aU the world Mever ver have the costs of dress- dress Citing been b so high and never have finished gowns sold old for such fancy sarares Last year ear there was one firm which had total receipts rec pt of francs with others report- report tog SDI li three fifty-three millions America contributed by far the theof talk of this and helped materially to he...

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Untitled [Newspaper Advertisement] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING I 1 Cent a Word a Day 6 Days For a Word Phone 55 h.- h. Tb The Columbia Columb Is Ii a of The ol or News News- piper JaPe Advertising Man Man- Managers agers which Includes leading 1 news news- papers p en rs throughout t the country and ands andt t s for fee Its alar alaP I the elimination of fraudulent and misleading classified I advertising The Columbia I Han JIan as AI well wen as every other mem- mem bar b of the Association endeavor endeavors to J print J Dt only truthful Want Ads s and will appreciate having its attention I smiled ailed to any an advertisement not con- con conto conI I rEIn to the highest standards of i h.- h. J. J G. G BABB Investment Securities IMs Tiger Tier Hotel First Mortgage Mortgager 6 r Bonds 3 II Exchange Nat Bank Bldr Phone 1862 ii G. G H. H WALKER W CO 0 St. St Louis Mo 1 INVESTMENT SECURITIES i- i it iJ Members New York St. St Louis and andl Chicago Stock Exchanges s lit l Knowledge as to Investment tn val val- vallee 01 ti...

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Bengal Cagers to Leave for Lincoln Friday [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

BENGAL TO LEAVE FOR LINCOLN FRIDAY To Play Strong Corn- Corn husker Team There This Week-End Week NEW UP LINE-UP MAY START Craig Is Shifted From Guard Position to Forward After a rather disastrous invasion Invasion ion on of Indiana last week Coach George Edwards head Missouri Basketball coach has been driving ing ng his charges through a stiff training raining period preparatory to their 1929 Big Bla Six cage debut at Lincoln Saturday night where the Tigers will tangle with the strong Corn- Corn husker quintet The Missouri mentor is 15 not disheartened by the showing the made against Butler and Indiana but buthe he has also said that thit the Tigers must play playa a better brand rand of basketball than they did last week if they hope to capture the initial lI Big Six hoop title However the brace of Missouri de de- defeats defeats de- de feats teats may be explained in a measure by the fact that the interpretations of the cage rules in Big Ten is somewhat different than that Last o...

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Good Sportsmanship Urged [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP URGED i Iowa State Campaign for Audience Courtesy Is I. Began Be A better sportsmanship campaign I Ihas I has been started at Iowa State Col Col- College College College lege under und r the supervision of ot T. T N. N Metcalf director of athletics Director Director tor for Metcalf says that the qualities of sportsmanship are highly desir deem desirable desirable able characteristics in anyone and that he will try to keep poor sports sports- sportsmanship sportsmanship sportsmanship manship from arising He hops that the campaign will have its effects Friday night when the Big Six cage season will be inaugurated at Iowa State College In starting out on this campaign Director Metcalf listed nine points I which in his mind are the requisites of sportsmanship Good sports win without boasting and lose without excuse Good sports accept all aU decisions of officials without question Good sports applaud opponents op who make good plays or show good lood sportsmanship Good...

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Allision to Referee Meet [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

I ALLISON TO REFEREE FEREE MEET Kemper Man to Take Place of Sec See Taylor Here Saturday Sec See Taylor sports editor of the Des Moines Register will not referee the Missouri Illinois-Missouri mat meet here Saturday night as first planned Allison coach of wrestling at the Kemper Military Academy will win referee according to Charles Fisher coach of wrestling at the University

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Sport Briefs [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

I r- r 1 Sport Briefs I IBy By United Press A CHICAGO A spring meeting I of or American League club owners is un un- unnecessary Unnecessary necessary this year according to an announcement from league head head- quarters The business of ot the league is in such good shape that it is not necessary for the magnates to ge together the announcement said ST. ST LOUIS Overcoming LOWS Overcoming a point 7 lead in the second half the Kansas Antes Aggles basketball team defeated Washington University here hero last night 20 30 to 29 I Okla The Okla-The The University University University sity of Oklahoma basketball team swamped the Oklahoma A. A M. M MagelS agel'S here last night 51 to 16 It was the consecutive victory for forthe forthe forthe the Shearer center led the scoring with 13 points Kaa Rett from the longest 10 gast road trip a University UI of Kansas athletic team leans has ever made the Kansas basketball squad arrived this morning from rom the west coast where they had played t...

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Sappington out of Competition [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

I I I l I I SAPPINGTON OUT J 4 OF COMPETITION Wrestling Champion Will Take Up Sport Again He Says F. F O. O Sappington yut yest years year's Val Val- Valley ley icy wrestling champion in the light light- lightweight lightweight weight weICht event vent will wiD be out of compe compe- competition titian this season He gave tave up his t training after being persuaded by b his parents that it was wu best bat for him to take tate his ms last las two years yean of com corn competition petition later Sappington ony 18 years year old ia Is Isa a junior in the School of Education and aDd expects to enter tto th th School bool of or Law This will wW give him an opper- opper opportunity twisty to take tate hit his bi second and third t I year eat of Varsity Vanity competition later He Be will win continue to take tate light workouts occasionally with the wrestling squad to keep in shape w t. t Sappington's decision has bu placed hopes fo fe a Missouri victory victor over the powerful Illinoi...

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Part of Tiger Wrestling Squad [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

I Part of Tiger Wrestling Squad c f 4 I t. t 5 5 1 f 34 I F Bottom row left to right ri ht it Roberts t bantamweight Hi ha it La ut ht it l K-l 1 heavy t ht lust h. i hi ii t Carry I arty rcy middleweight Sap Sap- Sappington Sappington Welterweight Moore torf lightweight Ii ht h h. h t i i hi b ht M Top row left Ift to right right Twit hell hl r. t. t r. r featherweight lightweight Trowbridge middleweight middle Monday Munday bantamweight Baldridge ln right ei i ht I allowa allowa middleweight Other men who are on the first fint squad string squad bantamweight Webb bb welterweight Garrison Middle Middleweight weight Sneed lightweight Boy Hoy lightweight Potter welterweight W Westfall lightweight and Hawkins Ha bul special l weight 4 I

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