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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 16 May 1921

Z1 i - - c i m u - C 2te pace two STW PU C CITNTfYPe PROMINENTIA1 ALLACnvmES Dojs of Class Excel in Basket ball and Football Girls Hac Best Scholar- ship CRESSET WAS SUCCESS 87 Per Cent of Students Plan Higher Education in Col umbia Three Will Be Teachers One liundrtyl tiuilcnti ill be gradu jtnl from Columbia High School Wrtl jirtda 61 per cent of these are girls while only 39 per cent are bos Tliere are- eithteen more in the graduating tlas tliis car than last ear hcn 82 were graduated Only 33 1 3 per cent cre bys or 24 in all and forty eight of them or twice as many were girls Three years ago about sixty four were in the graduating cla Mis Saidee M Stean principal of Columbia High School saji tliat there has been an increase in the graduating classes of from twenty to thirty the past three and four jears and the more noticeable additions came dur ing the war and after SetrntV M of these one hundred sen iors started with the class in tlnj Fresh man car Out of the fortunate one hun...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 16 May 1921

H -- rwsywti JPrrm ttW ItbS T TX vr IMP- if W r Br He s ifews of Columbia Society Miss Queen Smith and Miss Elizabeth Ugee societj editors uill appreciate it if job uSl telephone society items between 9 end 12 oclock Telephme 274 - Sweet girl graduates and June Brides teem to be the attraction in society hap penings just now Commencement davi will soon be here and then the month of June and the many weddings Summer tourists are making theirplans just now and before long the exodus of the vaca tionists will begin This weelk end a great many bians took advantage of the excursion rates to St Louis Some of those that remained in Columbia dined at the Dan iel Boone Tavern last evening Among them were Mrs C V Ross Harold Farrish James C Drake J M Huss Prof and Mrs R J Deey Miss Jane Dewey Mis6 Bernice Thomure John R Morris Isabelle Coons C A Richart Miw Anna Finley Mrs Robert Sheets Miss Ruth Vandiver Miss Helen Bay singer S L Ba singer Mna Ella Wyatt Dr R B Wyatt Mis Mary Cord G W McEehi...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 16 May 1921

f7f8BMW illinlllhi1 ff H I Br isssB - Jc jL B j ff PACE rpUR COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN MONDAY MAY 16 1921 BwK THE COLUMBIA EVENING wouU Wwe kH iWr Any Old Plpce Any Old Time When the Team Playing Home HKtaV MISSOURIAN ens f character just as they cultivate - mm pw w nm in raI arden pp6 - - s i jsa HTEHKE z As iKce enough and we ought fc add ax W ffv i1 kr the Missouri Pubhshiag flKZljj f socianon inc jay ii cu mu mucn as c hu mc mjuiu people are Yy II aPst umtii -Missouri muchmore in demand than the un- wr Ifik s SPs5 if BXtjBI squill people Lets see how many MR L yziys BvMl SUBSCRIPTION PATES squills we can cultivate in our gardens P1 Xw Egg City Cash In advance Year 400 6 V - - - -- 4 VyAS LEyH months 2X0 3 months 1JM f S- T KSZZZffly WjM Bjlht week 10 cent single copies I BETWEEN COLUMNS S tf V BOB BtMi1 in Boone Counlr Year U 00 - fe -v KW WffiJ6ffi B I k - ti oi i jim Harold IJel Wright once a plumber - Z rSM J647Is A Wk O nr Yrti50r 3 fv Ike liundmltliou - S IR A PE 0 B B l5...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 16 May 1921

rF r phone 53 CLASSIFIED ADS Half a Cent a Word a Day FOR SALE Four burner blue flame Alcazar kerosene range blue and white enamel Also bicycle 415 S 6th St phone 1215 black M 203tf FOR SUX Two beds and springs one dresser six chairs tvio rockers Cny Advance range 501 S 6th St Phone 1250 black F 223 REAL ESTATE TOR SALE FOR MIX Good ll room modern hocc doe to University and tyiwn Concrete basement paved street large lot garage Ideal location to keep roorrers x500 Carey Frasicr Phone 519 or 590 whilc -220 FOR SLE Beautiful ten room house on Virginia Ave Price right Weathers 1 Whilcsidcs Phone 272 220 fEAL ESTATE To pay rent for 12 months means 12 rent receipts which arc J worthless We hate 243 houses for sale We feel sure we have what jou want Weathers 4 Uutesidcs Phone 272 223 FOR RENT house with an acre of ground on Paris Road barn AUTOMOBILES TOR SALE FOR SLE 1918 model Buick First class condition F II HoberechL Call 96 205tf dotte hens and one rooter Cal at 1503 Anthony full bloo...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 16 May 1921

It Holla ErJ fACE SIX ssssttaF MAN EXPELLED FROM CHURCH FORSWEARING Record of Bear Creek Institu tion 97 Years Ago Tells of Attempt to Cure Drunkard ONE MEMBER A SUICIDE Yellow Leaved Minute Book of J A Haden Gives Picture of Stem Days in Boone County An U yellow Iearcd leather bound fool llie rrconl of a church founded In 1XH is oirned by A Haden of litis county The book contains a list of the roem Ikis and an account of the meetings of llir Hear Creek Church and later of the Antioch Church from 1824 until 1878 Thce churches vieie about half a mile north of Mnres Snitch Much of the xritinj is faded o as to be almost ihle it is scrawled in a score of unde cipherable bands but to him who is pa tient enough to spell it out it gives a picture of the stern ilajs when a mans relation to the church was a mailer filled with ceremony The initial entry in the boot reads June the 6th IB21 We the under iwtPtxi subscribers being called upon to narainr in to the faith and ability of UrcthrcB lit...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 17 May 1921

i A 5 THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN THIRTEENTH YEAR BcmZENS FIGHT f JUNKYARD AT ASH AND SIXTH tCty Council Hears Objections to Locations unosen oy Qiicago Iron Metal Co POLICE ALARMS NEEDED rjlany Improvements Are Dis ir cussed and Contracts Let for Much Public Work petition containing tne name 01 I ftnj citizen on Ash street between Sixth fJ Swnth streets and asking the city itooncil to Jo all in its power to pre- il Chicago Iron and Metal com- f finy from establishing its junk yard in J this block was presented to the members f of the council last night by E C i t If T 11 1 A rmmtAttim to in nenau 01 an mc FV block The Chicago Iron and Metal company hat already pur rhised a number of lota in this block the purpose ol earning on meir ank business Events of Ash street tho have spent v considerable inoney in improving trus itoUtd residence district object very lierioasly to the establishing of the junk yard in this block Not only would the tidea which are purchased by the junk tonp...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 17 May 1921

l r1 fc I t II Kir o 1 Jr Si 1 ft- I p TWBK PACE TWO 3IISS GRAF It APPEAR HERE STEPHENS RECITAL TONIGHT Devcxeux Companys Leading Lady Likes to lie an Actress MIa Zioiu Graf if a complete and surprise Knowing that she is the leading bdy of tlie Dcvercux Com nv imr rather expects tlie usual suc cessful actress iype which adopts charm ing jrrtt i rainess an a policy But before ior l n talked lM minutes xitli Miss wmanhood a captivating mivture of col lege wwnan and aci ful actress I am 111 His i2n I love it J couiin - aivt ir cl Miss Grjf iimsimm fTiih the lirprirai Players 4AA ami enlntsiel herstalemen with a seri ms Jittle smile I fust acted wtoeii I was going to college in Iowa Tlteri I clwdied in Ilwton at the Emer son College of Pratory And I was a tumnncl lillle gitl at fliSt 1ml when I tautue aecufAntnl In IWlon I grew to like it wry mmli I did m first profes stinal acting there When I via graduated 1 was given a put by Henry Jewett whue rejiertoire ailiinny was playing jhe Bos...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 17 May 1921

News of Columbia Society iMut Qaeen Smith and Miss Elizabeth Iff7 tiamt appreciate it ij j cu tcBl telephone society items between 9 and 12 oclock Telephone m Mrs W C Knigk 1611 University avenue -will entertain from 4 to 6 oclock Jjhursdajr afternoon with a tea in honor orwra H M McPheetera of St Louis no is her house guest In the receiving lue there will be Mr W C Kniaht Mrs H M McPheeters Mrs J E Thornton and Miss Anna Pape Those agisting in the living room will be Mrs H L Bragg Mrs James Cordon Mrs Percy Hogan Mrs It E Lucas Mrs IL L HilL Miss Juliet Sampson Mrs Pru itt Anderson Mrs Marshall Cordon and Mrs Turner Cordon Miss Lucille Evans nd Miss Rebecca Evans will assist in the sun parlor Mrs R II Gray and Miss Frances Denny will serve in the dining room and they will be assisted by Missj L D Shobe Mrs Carrie D Miller Mrs M E Hutz ilis Electra Withers Mrs U A Kobnett Mrs Lv A Fleming Miss Ann Fleming Mrs J J Phillips and Mrs G W Schabe Mrs Milliard L Lipscomb entertain ed jeste...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 17 May 1921

fi m ite 5A e m 14 ft PLAYGROUNDS FOR COLUMBIA A movement to institute supervised kplay on the puLlic school grounds dur ing the summer has been started by the ST Bed Cross Society in Columbia PACE FOUR rgx THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN - - Published every evcnins except Sun tlay by the Missourian Publishing As sociation Inc Jay H Nclf Hall Col umbia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Masacer SUBSCRIPTION HATES City Cash In advance Year J4D0 6 months 200 3 months J1J30 Jy the week 10 cents single copies 5 cents By Mail in Boone County Year 300 o months 150 4 months 100 Outxidr the county Year 40 3 months L25 month 45 cents Par able in advance Member Audit Bureau of Circulations - Entered as second class mail matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS Vews 274 Advertising and Circulation 55 This i a thing that has been needed for a long time bere Heretofore after the schools have closed the playgrounds have remained unued the rest of eummer toasting equipment which could hate been used by children of the neig...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 17 May 1921

Phone 5S CLASSIFIED ADS Half a Cent a Word s Day FOR SALE FOR SALE bicjcle in good condition and cheap 819 Rollins Phune 10J2 hack C 219tf ml SAI F Sjreet nnlatn iilants six diffe ent varieties 50c per hundred One Hock c t of public school Apply to FOR SLE OR TRADE Grocery luiness ali four room residence and store building Address J care of Missounan 221 FOR MIE -One good male Dun hog and one Hereford bull Ernest Huggard Route 9 on Ashland Gravel Phone 43 It 227 I OR SLE Tcam of iron grej mares full sisters 10a will be proud o drive such a team One vearling Hereford Lull cne No 10 DcLaral Separator practically new low wagon cultivators hkwt huggv and harness T II Crowes Phone 33 V 221 FOR SILE Two beds and springs one dresser six chairs two rockers Gray Advance range 501 S fail St Phone F223 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 10R cAIi XmnnI 11 room modern hnuA clike to lniverily and town Concrete basement paveil street large lot garage Ideal location to keep rumeri 500 Gate Frasier Ph ne S19 or 5...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 17 May 1921

IM Ml f J 4 fr ft I PACE SIX GRADUATION EXERCISES SOON C C Commencement Program to Begin May 30 Commencement exercises at Christian Colleee will beein May 30 with the May day festivities Tlie crowning of the May queen Mix Ruth Short will take place in the afternoon She will be crowned by Miss Mary nation tne May queen of 1920 The junior class will bae charge of the pageant and Miss Carmen William president of the class ill lead the procession Miss Eula 1enn Wheat Kansas Gty will sing the May Day greeting song The colors vdiite rose green and orange in the txxlumes of the dancers will be the pre vailing colors in the pageant The following is a Ht of seventy to candidates for graJuation Adlins ISeatricc Bloclton la Ilalbrd Helen Kansas City Iiateman Gale Kansas Gty Belt1 Inez Eufala OUa lieclkwnrth Jovpbine Chicago Emt Lucille Poplar Bluff BracUtt Viola Trinchera Colo Brown Margaret Harrisomille Brown Winifred Okla Gt Okla Carpenter Cladice Ardmore Okla Courtney Wilnw Inola Okla t Cte...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 18 May 1921

C 1- II r I r r I THIRTEENTH YEAR MEW PETITION I FILED TODAY m CLARK CASE Circuit Court at Marshall Is Scene of Latest Activity in Present Suit for Damages DEAN JONES TESTIFIES Declares Clark Was Unreason able and Inconsistent in Attitude Toward 3 Tcfm Plan An amcnilrt petition in Prof George L Calrks damage suits against Presi dent A Ross Hill ami the members of lite law faculty of the University was filed in the circuit court at Marshall yes terday liy Ralph T Finley Professor Clarks attorney The new petition was filed in order to counteract the demurrer sabmitlcd by tlw defense alleging that there were not sufficient grounds for a suit According to Frank C Harris and Boyle C Clark members of the defense counsel the petition was not materially altered the clunge being a purely tech nical one Subsequent to the plaintiff new lion the def ene counsel submitted jj er demurrer before Judge Samuel Dans of Marshall Tlie demurrer was similar t to the fir t one in that it stated that the p...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 18 May 1921

Dt n tr A w5 t r w r I r d m tt m 3- - t Ml KkL war r mr PACE TWO TEACHERS SALARIES RAISED Range Is 75 to 160 a Month Last Years Average Wis 72 Tbe highest salary paid to a Boone County teacher next jear will be 160 a month unless some teacher hired late receives a larger sum Teachers for next year are being chosen daily through the conrtf superintendent of schools The largest sum agreed upon so far is 160 The smallest sum agreed upon ii 75 The average amount paid Boone County teachers last year asv72 Fifty four counties of the 114 in the state paid a higher average salary t and one paid the same average St Louis Count excluding the lily of St Louis with an average of 118 ranked highest in the stale Buchanan County ranked next Douglas where the teachers average on pajing 110 The lowest county is 1 13 a month Boone Countys average was lowered iy the fact that the eleven negro teach - ers received only about H a momn The lowest salary paid a white teacher was 50 and the next lowest 65...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 18 May 1921

News of Columbia Society Miss Quern Smith and Miu Elizabeth dining room were Mra Minnie Sandker Agee society editors upl appreciate it if Mra Roy Broun Miss Mildred Bihr jvi mu leicjinonc society ucms ociween 9 and 12 otlock Telephone 274 Mrs Oirille M Barnctt 603 K Provi dence road will entertain at 1 oclock luncheon tomorrow for Mrs K Eng lander of New York The other guests will be Mrs C F McVey Mrs O B Ware Mrs J W McQaln and Mrs Wal ter Warren Pink snap dragons will be used on the dining room title Prof and Mrs W A Miller South Clenwood avenue will entertain at 7 oclock this eening with a wiener roast party in honor of Mrs Millers brother Thaddeus Brenton Mrs F II Hobrecln 401 South Fifth street will entertain at bridge at 230 oclock tomorrow afternoon In honor pf her daughter Mrs B A Speer The guests will be Mrs Ella Taylor Mrs Inez Clark Mrs John It Estes Mrs B C Hunt Mrs S C Hunt Mrs Miles Elliott Mrs Jonas Viles Mrs W J Itobbins Mrs J W Hudson Mrs M 1- Lipscomb Sr Mrs Margar...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 18 May 1921

I M I t k 1AGE FOUR THE COLUMBIA- EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening except Sun day by the Missonrian Publishing As sociation Ine Jay L Neff Hall Col umbia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Mawach SUBSCRIPTION RATES Gty Cash in advance Year 400 6 months 200 3 months 100 Bf the week 10 cents tingle copies 5 cents Br Mail in Boone County Year 300 b months 150 4 months 100 Outside the county Year 150 3 months 125 month 43 cent Pay able In advance Member Audit Bureau o Circulations Entered as second class mail matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS News 274 Advertising and Grculaticn 55 DRY PROHIBITION August A Busch president of the Anheuser Busch Brewing Association de mands that the House judiciarv commit tee undertake a congressional investiga tion of favoritism and failure in en forcing the prohibition law Air Busch while opposed to the prin ciple of prohibition insists that since that principle lus been incorporated in to our Constitution and statutes it should be enforced to the letter fearless...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 18 May 1921

ft Tii mi i m iTiiiiSifrjrr - ss Phone 53 CLASSIFIED ADS Half a Cent a Word a Day FOR SALE FOn SALK Practically new Coles Hot Blast kilchrn range fix holes Can he seen at 23 Transfer OSce J 223 FOR SALE Boj hicclc in good condition anil cheap 819 Rollins Phone 1042 Mark G 219lf FOR SLE Sweet potato plants six different varieties 50c per hundred One Hock west of public school Apply to George Welbum Roclieport Mo W 223 FOR SALE OR TRADE Grocery husinc alsi four room residence and store building Address J K care of Missourian 221 FOR SLE One good male Duroc hog and one Jlexcford hull Ernest Iluggard Route 9 on Ashland CravrL Phone 15 It 227 FOR SLE Team of iron prey mares foil sillers You Kill 1 proud to drie such a team One jrailing Hereford hul one No 10 DeLatal Separator practically net low tiagnn cultivators mower hugg and harness T II Crowes Phone 38 X 221 FOR SALE Two Ieds ami springs one dresser six chairs two rockers Gray Alliance range 501 S 6th St Fhone 125ahack F 223 REAL ES...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 18 May 1921

t 4 - u -I X IS r Hi 11 alt X F -V W r - y i h M PACE SIX fyrfftn gfc i - - rtbr if sadncrT - U r Sf fl vs 1 -sea s r v- jf t t V 1 - -- V ask rijis w - CsSSFv p w1 H a p p i jar fmi fo PUT a J3S ifO - M - I t repair f KJfeff - IPIMMHIILUI Ji mil ii i jl itin 1iWiHj miii miifi irnii i ii tf 14 Mr McKibbin former secretary and Mr Malang present secretary of the State Highway Board who speak with somcuauthority oil the subject have laid out and recommended for adoption by the state routes which leave Columbia and Boone County out of consideration They both state that their sole reason for such exclusion is the absence of a bridge across the river on the Old Trails route In oilier words if we had a bridge it would be iiripossibc to deny us primary consideration We therefore must have a bridge The cost of a bridge according to estimates of reliable engineers will be something over 8500000 Of this sum S350000 has been subscribed by the people of Cooper and Howard Counties for an Old Trai...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 19 May 1921

WmM f IB 11 mm urges LARGER UNITS FOR SCHOOLS Federal Board Head Says Divi sion of State Into Small Districts Is Not Spend ing Wisely C II S GRADUATES 100 D A R American History and W C T U Prizes Award ed at Exercises Last Night Our school money is not spent iirht when we divide our state into unill school district said Uel W Lamkin buil of the Federal Board for Vocation al Education in his addreu to the 100 students of Columbia High School who wrrc graduated last night at the Hall Theater Missouri cant ret better schools until a morrment for larger h school units is started - The whole public school system of the ie stale is in need -of development accord - lag to Mr Lamkin He urged the dents whom he was addressing to take up educational work not necessarily teaching but some phase of the field which leads to educational betterment in t the state and country The educatiun of the child is one- fourth in tlie schoolroom and three- fourths outside he said Literacy is sot a test of a ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 19 May 1921

HLjST TACE TWO ft I I W r EDUCATION AND LOTS OF IT IS RUSSIAN NEED Taxes Unpaid Peasants Ignore Orders Sent Out by Gov ernment No Organ ized Opposition NEED MUCH EQUIPMENT Newspaper Correspondent Dis favors the Recognition of Soviet Government by U S Education and lots of it is what Rus sia nerds in the opinion of Frank II King Associated Pitts correspondent uho ya one of the first American news Iaper meno visit that country after the Bolshevik revolution Mr King is visit ing with his parents Mr and Mrs II II Xing before leaving for London to re sume his work with the Associated Press Anticipating a question as to the de tails of the ttip Mr King first launched into a dicusion of the Russian situation One thing Russia needs and wants Mr King said is educational facilities for all the people The ills of Rusoia can be traced back to the czars The Rus sian peasant is democratic but will nut brook foreign interference The Uolshe viki liae really stolen the revolution and MAINLY ABOUT PE...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 19 May 1921

T5 The marriage of Miss Oiylain Costolo and Capt H Pierce Niedermeyer will tike place at 2 oclock Saturday after noon at the home of the bride parents Mr and Mrs James E Ilenson in Pop lar BluIT -Miss Costolo attended the Uni versity this last year and is a member of the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority Cap tain Niedermeyer is a son of Mr and Mrs F W Niedermever of Columbia He attended the Universily previous to his enlistment in the army where he was first lieutenant in the Seventy second Field Artillery Eleventh Division He is a member of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity Captain Niedenneyer is now in charge of Battery B First Missouri Field Artillery which is stationed in Co lumbia Captain Niedermejcr left for Poplar Bluff lat night F W Niedermeycr Miss Sabra Niedenneyer Miss Mary Susan Estes Lieut Frederick Nicder ineyer and Mr and Mrs Horace McKim of La Belle left for Poplar Bluff today In the wedding Miss Sabra Niedenneyer will be one of the bridesmaids and Mr McKim will be one of ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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