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$24,355 Raised in Stephens Drive [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

RAISED IN STEPHENS DRIVE Still Needed to Complete Campaign for Funds The total oW Ie 4 the Stephens College drift at neon today was S. S This is 11 an aD in increase 10 crease of 05 over the amount rt- rt reported ported yesterday and leaves a total of yet to be raised to com com- complete complete the drive Four committees from the Chamber of Commerce are conducting the drive and an effort i t being made to complete the campaign by the end of this thi week The amounts subscribed by noon today are White Eagle Dairy Co A. A F. F Missouri Beauty Shop Clark Boggs Bod- Peterson Pe Oak Beauty Barber Shop 50 5 H. H I. I Bragg 50 W. W S. S Wm F. F St. St Clair 25 Newman Hardware Stove Co 25 J. J P. P Gant 25 University Barber Shop 25 Knight Quarles 25 W. W M. M Dinwiddie 20 A. A R. R Troxell 10

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Two Banks Name Officers [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

TWO 1 BANKS NAME OFFICERS Bonus Granted Employee by Ex Es- Exchange change National A bonus equal to one months month's sal salary ary was wu given to all employ and a semi annual dividend was declared and paid to stockholders at the reg rea- regular ular meeting of stockholders of the Exchange National Bank which was flU I held on Tuesday Officers elected for the ensuing year were as u follows C. C B. B Bowling president J. J L. L Lynes vice dent W. W E. E Smith cashier and M. M F. F Thurston assistant cashier The following directors were elected C. C B. B Bowling J. J L. L Lynes James Gor Gor- Gordon Gordon don Charles a Bowling W. W H. H Gui Gui- Guitar tar and Prank Frank B. B Rollins At the Boone County National Bank the following officers were re- re reelected elected elec R. R B. B Price president C. C E. E Rollins vice president A. A O. O Spencer cashier J J. J R. R Libscomb and r. r S. S Dysart assistant J. J J.L. J.L. L. L Schwabe on the board of directors tors Ut wt year ...

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Four Speak before U. D. C. [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

FOUR SPEAK BEFORE U. U D. D C. C Revolutionary War ar and Robert eri E. E Lee Among Amone Subjects Subject on Program Mrs Fred C. C Brown traced the general cause of the Revolutionary War and summarised the govern government ment of the colonies under English I control and after the separation of I the colonies from the British Em- Em Ipire j in tn a talk yesterday afternoon at a meeting of the U. U D. D C. C at the I home of Miss Annie Burroughs lo loi Hitt Street t. t i Mrs L. L E. E Hill talked on Gen G n. n I I Robert E. E Lee telling of his charac- charac j I ter and personal life as well M u of or his military career and Mrs Mn Walter Robinson spoke on Confederate Of or Officers II Who Have Been in tn the United States Army Anny Mrs L L. D. D Shobe spoke poke on The Separation From Eng Ene- England land and the Union Colonies Mrs O. O F. F assisted Mia Mial l I Burroughs as hostess

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To Address Men/S Club [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

TO ADDRESS MENS MEN'S CLUB an A. A J. J Will 10 Speak Str at Meeting NUnc Monday M. M N. N Making the Men's Mens Club Function will be the subject of A. A J. J Meyers Me address addre a to the Yen Men's Club at Hi regular monthly banquet and Met meet in to be held at the Broadway Methodist Church next Monday night at 6 I According to E. E A A. chairman of the th program am committee there will be discussions by C. C X E. Northcutt J. J E. E Hawkins Judge Jud J. J A. A Stewart and N. N W. W Burton The music will be furnished by members of the Methodist Student tion Uon Those who will serve lene the ban ban- banquet are as u follow J. J J. J Ira McDonnell Dr H. H H. H C. C i A. A Johnson JohNon and Prank Frank Following the banquet and pro rO-e program gram there Win will be a a. business meet meet- meetIng Ing me at which officers for lor the new hew year will be elected

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Former Columbian Dies [Newspaper Article (death notice)] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

FORMER COLUMBIAN DIES Mrs 1111 Matilda r. r Hale Bale Barfed II Here Yesterday y Mrs Matilda Freeman Preeman Hale of Fay ette former resident of Columbia died Monday morning at the home cf her daughter Mrs H. H C C. Penn PenD PenDor of or Fayette Payette with whom she he lived U Mrs Hale Hal who was M as years old was stricken with paralysis a week before Thanksgiving and has haa gradually ally aUy failed Funeral services were held yesterday morning in Fayette Dr W. W M. M Alexander officiating Burial was waa in Columbia She is survived a two daughters Mrs Penn and Mrs Mary MalJ H. H Lafon Laton of Rumson R N. N J. J Her husband the late W. W B. B Hale died in 1890 1 The family resided in St St. Low Louis for tor some years then moved to Columbia Mrs lira Hale has lived at Fayette Payette since 1904 1804

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To Fly Question Mark to Capital [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

TO FLY FL QUESTION MARK TO CAPITAL Crew to Start Tomorrow on Southern Route to toW Washington ashington W LOS ANGELES Calif Jan 10 UP The The army monoplane Ques Question tion Mart Mark and its ita crew of five holders of the world sustained flight record will tate take the air again apin tomorrow on the tint first of a of short abort flights which will wW carry them to the nations nation's capitol Maj Carl commander of the crew which new Hew the Question Mart Mark for more than 1 hours houra plans to leave from the Metropolitan Airport before noon today for tor Rockwell field San Dieto The Mark will be accompanied d Jy a re refueling fueling plant commanded CI nr L Moen J r The wll at Rockwell Field only enough Yen three new motors to be installed and It then win will proceed p ed to Washington D. D C. C by way of Tuc Tuc- Tucson son Arts Ariz Midland Tex T x Shreve- Shreve Shreveport port La and Montgomery Ala

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Will Discontinue Annual Payment [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

I WILL DISCONTINUE ANNUAL PAYMENT Centralia Aldermen Cut Boone County Health Unit Allotment Payment of 1200 a year to the Boone County Health Unit was wu dis dia- discontinued continued at the r regular lular monthly meeting of the Board of Aldermen of ot Centralia Monday evening in the city council room The regular monthly business b was transacted and Mayor R. R p. p Price appointed a committee of ot Joe K 1 Green and Smith T. T Dawson to as assist as- as s1 Postmaster Ed J. J Schmidt in finding a suitable location for a sign for airplanes City Emma Collector Collector I Emma was wu instructed to put a penalty on all aU taxes not no paid before Jan 15 A motion carried to change the mOunt amount of 01 minimum deposit required of ot the water and customers as u uI follows follow domestic service 6 power 5 S light 5 water to remain 9 N. The city dt water and light depart depart- department department ment is to keep a separate book and hank bank account of all deposits depo tl made a...

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To Head Sturgeon Bank [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

TO HEAD STURGEON BANK E. E B. B Stewart Elected Last Lad Friday eton Directors Are Ch sea E. E 8 6 Stewart of Sturgeon was wu elected president nt of the Batik Bank there at a meeting held Fri Priday day William Prowell was wu elected vice president H. H E. E Davis cashier Manil MansU Sims Rims assistant cashier and Robert King Kine Directors elected at this meeting were E. E 8 Stewart Burrie Burne King H. H E. E Davis Dam Mansil Sim W. W W. W Price William Prowell and H. H H. H Long

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Mrs. Italia Goar Dies [Newspaper Article (death notice)] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

MRS lOtS ITALIA IT ALIA GOA DIES DIES- Was Waa Daughter Dah r af of Mr Mn Frank West W Formerly of eI n Dr A. A R. R McComas and mother of Sturgeon received a report this thil week of the death of Mrs Mra Italia at ather her home In Houston Tex Mrs Mra Goar was the daughter of Mrs Frank West formerly Miss Bet Bes Bessie sie aie Mayer who lived in Sturgeon I Burial was in Houston HoUlton

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James Hendren is Arraigned [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

Jamet JamN Hendren U Arraigned James Hendren was wu arraigned thil U I afternoon before John 8 justice of the peace on a charge ol oi forgery in connection with passing a check on a Fayette bank at t the Proctor Motor Company Bond fox tor his hb appearance for preliminary hear hear- hearing I ing ai a 10 JO o'clock Saturday morning j was waa set let by b Judge Judie at 1000 ti

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Leaders Think Bill to Raise Salaries Dead [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

j jr r LEADERS THINK TI J j BILL TO RAISE SALARIES DEAD Measure Defeated in inHouse House Yesterday 71 to 46 CAULFIELD SWAYED VOTE Amendments Rejected Rejected- Efforts to Revive Act May Be Made By United Pms la Ja the be Senator Casey CUe president pro tern tem n committee appoint a t- t ment Senate 1 Bon aon parole report 0 Adoption of rules t HOUSE Reconsiders salary increase measure defeated on m a roll roU call J f t flate late yesterday t t Pour Four additional committee to tobe be announced Continues Introduction of bW I JEFFERSON CITY crry Jan 10 UP V. The The Senate today adopted the re report re- re report port of the Rules Committee which included the consolidation of 01 two committees and the creation of I new one A committee on flood control w created Committees on Oft j jand and private corporations ware Merged 1 ed eel into one and committee a elee eleemosynary and aDd educational and penitentiaries and reform reforma- tortes tories were consolidated The Senate adjour...

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Jason Rogers Will Speak [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

JASON ROO WILL I Former Kansas CHy CIt Ma U Ie Cesae Here Jason Juon Rogers of 01 Kansas City 01 for gr former mer manager IDDA of the U. Kansas City Journal Post win speak to the dents dent of the School aI of Jo of the University tomorrow in J. J H. H Neff Keff Hall I Mr Rogers Ro will arrive in Colombia tonight

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W. C. T. U. to Celebrate [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

W. W C. C T. T V. V e e. e The local kul chapter of the W. W C- C T. T U. U will celebrate the anniversary of the passing of the rt Amendment with a public program Wednesday Jan 6 I at o o'clock i services iB In be held at the eM Broadway Methodist Church

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E. J. McGrew Here Today [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

C. C J. J Here T E. E J J. Mea of Islington a i iber ber bel of the Missouri Highway Com M- Commission mission was waa a Columbia visitor WalCot to to- to day cia t t.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

PAGE TWO THE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN THURSDAY JANUARY 10 1929 I

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Junior League Hears Talk by Ella V. Dobbs [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

JUNIOR LEAGUE l HEARS TALK BY i iELLA ELLA V. V DOBBS Educational Inequality in Missouri Is Dis Dis- Discussed Discussed Discussed cussed 1 I II II TAX lAX T AX INCREASE NEEDED II I i I I i I I Reorganization R of 0 f Dis Dis- Districts D. D Districts 15 Into Units Also Str Str I sed sed In a ft tak talk before a meeting of the Junior League of Women Voters yes es y yesterday esterday afternoon In Jesse Hall Miss Ella V. V Dobbs said wd that inequality of educational opportunity and dif differences di- di lf- lf in the tax rate constitute Missouri's educational problem Inequality of educational opportunity opportunity opportunity as it exists now Miss liss Dobbs lie 11 11 in the difference in tn o i of 01 the the school hool C-hool- term between city and rural schools In the city the school period varies from nine to ten months montha while in the country the school term lasts la ts only eight months and in some districts only on 1 tour lour There are two districts in Missouri which...

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Plane Has 17,228 Miles to Credit [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

i PLANE HAS HAS 1228 n MILES TO CREDIT f t Allton's Ailton's Waco Ship Makes r i 1845 Flights in 17 fj m S Months' Months Operation i f During seventeen months of op- op operation opI I watton the Waco biplane operated l. l by the All AUtOn Allton ton Air Service has coy cov- covered ered more than 17 28 miles in 1845 I flights fUchta according to R. R F F. Mont- Mont Montgomery I t gomery pilot Moat of the trips were vere r i pleasure flights he said although a afew afew few lew inter city trips with passengers j. j S have bye been made Mr Montgomery ry I I 1 estimated that 1122 passengers have ha ha haveS e I l' l S been carried B. B Nearly a third of the total mileage mileageS J. J i S baa has been covered since Sept pt 1 I 1 1928 t r when the Allton Ailton Flying School was IS opened Mr Montgomery said After i that date data and before the first of the year the plane had flown t. t miles and carried passengers in i a total of flights I t f Mr Montgomery said that in spite r i of...

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Sets Air Mark [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

I II II I II I I i i I I I Sets Air Mark I H Hi II I I It t i Pilot dmund Matucha Matuch once once a 1 plow Jo ki broke his hi own air airmail airS S mail flight record cord by traveling the between Kansas City and j j Chicago in two to hours hou and 37 min min- Uk ute t

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M. U. May Offer Dentistry Course [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

M. M U. U MAY OFFER DENTISTRY COURSE Proposed Bill Would W QuId Establish New Curriculum Curriculum Here HereBy By Bv a R Staff Correspondent Corre CITY Jan 10 UP T chaj ij of dentistry will ull be added to tl tie c e curricula of the University I cf f Missouri Ii if a bill bin by e R George W W. Williams cf cr St St. Louis meets with ith success dur- dur durin inc in the th present pre ent session of the Gen- Gen Gent t 1 l A en en bly Si ri i he p measure re Is substantially the theS 1 S i H ns n one introduced in the legis- legis m lr by b two ye years r ago c nil nd x d M i i iO 10 cr only on authorize but buten en t. t c rin 1 rin courses in 11 d d- den- den n- n nU nt U t t. t vo w be bt established cst by the theL L i 1 n t nd each of o the state t 11 l' l t c t. J gen Ti l Vi s stated as I ir l- i a lud ard d cr dl cr r i 1 j th Board of or Cura- Cura i lor ori ri cf f the t. t i it l end r nd ad B B. B art l o of i ins ns cf c c. Cl Ci c cz ct the t c ac s t ci cic q c to t...

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Booth Will be Asked to Retire [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

BOOTH WILL BE ASKED TO RETIRE I i Salvation Army Leader Would Be Given Title I of General I THAMES ON England Jan 10 The UP The high council of I the Salvation Sal Army has hu decided to ask Oen Gen Bramwell Booth supreme I commander to retire it was announced ed officially today Booth will ill retain the title of gen len general eral the announcement said Id I The outcome of the extraordinary meeting of the high hiah council was a aJ J victory for Commander Evangeline Booth head of or the army in the Unit Unit- United United I ed States Sta tea who was leader of the movement to remove her brother from autocratic control of the army II because of his ill health I The official announcement said the the high council had decided that 1 its president vice presidents and five members be delegated deI gated to visit Gen Booth at Southwold Sussex f where here he is ii ill Il and suggest his re retirement re- re nt The resolution r suggesting that Gen Oen Booth retire was vas adopted unanim...

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