ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Evening Missourian, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 4,349 items from Evening Missourian, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
4,349 results
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 18 September 1918

R- MVS" - -V a - w Page Fonr THE ETEXIXG MISSOURIA.V, WED SESDAT, SEPTEMBER IS, 1913. T OF I W. A. Hook Acting County Agent, Reports 36j,bl Bushels of Grain. ACRE YIELD LARGER Enough to Feed Army Divi sion and 15,000 of the War Stricken Populace. W. A. Hook, acting county agent for licone County, has just completed the work of collecting threshers' reports on the yield and acreage of wheat grown in the county this year. He re ached reports from all of the thresh ermen except Ce, who sent their re ports directly to the bureau of markets at St. Louis. Uecausc the work was started late in the season, it was not practicable for the thre&hers to get the exact acreage, but lie yield in bushels reported is correct for the wheat threshed up to the present time. A total of 363.S1S.5 bushels was reported by the fifty-two who sent their reports to Mr. Hook and it is safe to assume that the five "rtlll rfttmrtml tMmol 1i flio linrniii nf markets threshed an average of S.000 bushels, which w...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 19 September 1918

1 sS3i?iryir?a&&r-- ' " V'"1 Wj!" f.' "OTS:TT "" THE EVENING MISSOURIAN the day lw it she he ruie "I have won ana lown for 'nV' she ' ELEVENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THrRSDAYJEVEXING, SEPTEMBER 19, 1918. NUMBER 16 canned 1 subatl- ink." re. 've some eat cro wed ray to order meat inly one 3 things 1 aH the . already sr cities 1 o lllllll!: iC L NEXT LIBERTY DRIVE County Organization Ar ranges Details of Celebra tion and Campaign. FIRST DAY SEPT. 28 Committees to Go to Nearby Towns to Instruct Local Loan Workers. The Fourth Liberty Loan campaign in Columbia will be opened with an appropriate celebration, including a parade. Plans for this opening and other de tails of the campaign were discussed at a meeting of the county campaign organization in the Commercial Club rooms yesterday afternoon. Tomorrow the various committees of the organization will go by auto to Centralia. Hallsrille and Sturgeon to instruct the loan workers 'in these communities as to the plans made for the...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 19 September 1918

j"--. r- , , 53.1 J5L"! THE ETEXDfG MISSOUBIAX, TIICBSDAT, SEPTE3IBER 19. 1915. Iflk Pace Two K L A FV h. THE EVENING MISSOURIAN a fw dare t0 make a pace for . I benefit or aristocrats ana exploiters; I'aMUtK-d every evening except Sunday .. npvprtheleM 1 know that ripmoe by The Jilssourian Association, Incorpo- Dut nevercneiess i Know mat aemoc rated. Colombia, Mo. Virginia Bids. Down-j racv. which Is putting np the men and stair, ftjones: Business, 55; ew, 271. ' ' . .. . ., , the money, will settle the terms of this En-iH a second-class nail matter. J man whom democracy j aH?r'. 5-T5V 5 ,n.,Ls'n,,Jif. chosen for the Job is a man with rariilh. V) cents; copy, 2 cents. By mail' lu liou&e County; Year, &25; C montkf. a lean, stubborn jaw, who uses a meg tl.73; 2 month. W cents. Outside tte . . wuliV: Year J.M; 3 months, L20; aphone of such size as only democracy month. 43 cents. . , could construct He speaks over the SOCIETY NOTES - heads of rulers, and the peoples of The on...

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. — 19 September 1918

, .JlflplilpljtlljltfJ'f'ljti11111- a1 ."" THE ETEMXG 3IISS0DIUA, TI1P RSDAY, SEPTE3IBER 19, 191S. Page Three Don't be an onlooker this is your fight. Our boys "over there" are pushing the front line nearer and nearer to the Rhine. There is no doubt about their valor and prowess. They are more than a match for the hun. They are beating him man to man, steel to steel. It is only a question of time until America gets an army big enough to smash its way thru to victory and peace. The quicker we do it the less American blood will be shed. Armies must be fed, trained and equipped. Ships must be built, aeroplanes made, tanks constructed, shells and guns, etc., turned out by the million. That's our job we folks at home. If we fail, our boys fail if we delay, our boys die needlessly. It is the duty of every man, woman and child in America to do his full part and do it quickly. It will not take three weeks to raise the money needed now if every person will do his part at once. We all vote in...

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. — 19 September 1918

""BtswsTa-rry if9l "Ji- "SEraww"' - -tT yvJ-tiVW1 L t't t 1 - h Page Four THE EVENING MISSOURIAX, TUP RSDAY, SEPTE3IBEK 19, 191S. T Miss Thyrza Grommet Re turns After War Service in San Juan. 16,000 MEN IN CAMP Natives Proud of U. S. Uni form Flag Display Would Shame Americans. Miss Thyrza Gromniet. u graduate of the School or Jouraulism of the Uni ersity, who went to Porto Hieo last February to do Government work, has ly displayed food conservation pledge in the remote interior, wbu,ld put many educated Americans to shame. Conservation of foods is observed with religious care and wheatless and meatless days are obeyed to the let ter. The slogan of the Porto Rlcans in matter of this kind is "Con men iciines de bocre gauaremos la guerra," which is interpreted "with munitions of the mouth we will win the war." '"The Porto RIcan training camp. Las Casas, is one of the most Inter esting spots imaginable. The camp is built in a cocoanut grove and upon grounds which slopegently to the oce...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 20 September 1918

m 1 ELEVENTH YEAR PROHIBITION DRIVE STARTS IN OCTOBER . W. Taylor, County Chair man, Announces Names of Speakers to Be Here. WILL TAKE POLL To Canvass Rural Districts and Towns to Increase Ref erendum Vote.. Prof. A. W. Taylor has been appoint ed county chairman of the prohibition forces In Boone County which will launch a campaign October 1 for the adoption of state-wide prohibition by referendum vote. Former Governor J. Frank Hanley of Indiana will be one of the speakers who will visit Colum bia and Boone County in the interests of the campaign. "The purpose of the prohibition cam paign to be conducted in every county of Missouri between now and the No vember election," said Professor Tay lor this morning, "is to get'out a large vote at the polls on November 5. We want to secure a favorable vote on state-wide prohibition as a mandate to the state legislature when it meets In January next to vote right on the pro posed national prohibition amendment. "Boone County is safely dry but...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 20 September 1918

t'vmm&rf&KW. ?r- 'sjww-W?p5r r?zsm jscflryY -?:Ri"r"'"sr " . - WE Wi Page Two THE EVEXIXG 3IISSOURIAX, FRID AT, SEPTEMBER 20, 1918. THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening except Sunday by TLe MIssourlan Association, Incorpo rated, Columbia, Mo. Virginia Hide. IJown Btairs. Phones: Iluslness, 53; Neves, 274. Entered as second-class mall matter. City: Year, ?3.75; 3 montlis, $1.00; niontli, 40 cents; copy, '2 cents. By mall In ltoone County; ear, $3.25; C montlis, (1.75; 3 mouths. 90 cents. Outside the county: Year $1.50; Z months, $1.25; tiiomu, 40 cents. The Allies recently captured a box of 450 iron crosses ready for bestow al upon German heroes. There may have been heroes enough, but the did not live to be decorated. afterward to chronicle them and have had to depend on the treacherous memories of old people and on garbled tradition. to agree entirely on the account of an It is hard enough to get two people event or incident that they have just witnessed. But after...

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. — 20 September 1918

SWWPBB ' ' W gSBMMBBWWIBiJlNBq?rWH!HWtl:.-J,'' ' Mffilk r1 f '.- 4 M i t ( THE ETEXPfG MISSOUBIAy, FBID AY, SEPTEMBER 20, 191S. CLASSIFIED ADS. Half a Cent a Word a Day Term-, rath In alliance. The amounts In volved lu want ads are too small to be cliarppil When received over the phone It i with the understanding that the a.H ivllt be paid (or at once. FOR RENT ri'i: 1:1 ST KurnNlitHl room for ladles or i-oiipl- I'ouirnleut to University and barratk- Ideal location for xolillers nlves i r. litUe Iteasonable. Kitchen ette mU' "- " desired. S00 Holllng phone 774 1"1 IMS Foil ltl'NT I"le room buugalovr New and oinn-rti Tlione 312. C-Htf FOR SALE FOtt - tfwl. ' did ". ili.illl M1 lVar Courses to Be Glron at U. H. S. The University High School will open new war courses for students 13 years old or above who are registered In the school. They will be announced Monday and will be open to students about the middle of the week. There are about thirty students In the high "school who have not...

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. — 20 September 1918

jfa-ar.. T? " -'"i.'S $S Sf' rh SPfmftKsisiiwsfjmij, tv-hw f$-s&gBryw i ww S5!V ijNF SWR k H i !' MP K, Page Fonr W. i r I SPORT V I a ' THE EVENING inSSOURIA'. FRID AY, SEPTEMBER SO, 191S. Maj- Be 'o Missouri Kansas Came This Year The Kansas-Missouri and the Nebraska-Kansas football games, the val ley gridiron classics, will not be played this year, unless provisions are made at the University of Kansas for foot ball practice. As the day's work is now arranged football players in the Student Army Training Corp3 will have no time for practice except on Saturdays and Sundays. That means no football at K. U. this fall. Capt. B. T. Scher, in charge of the S A. T C. at Lawrence, told a newspapr man yesterday that in his program arranged by the War Department there is no time for football practice except on Saturday and Sunday. Capt- Scher is said to favor the playing of th- game if there is time. However, at present the program at K. U. holds no place for football and the "Bock Chal...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 21 September 1918

THE EVENING MISSOURIAN busy alN over . . made -; ibing from en- 'ries. ELEVENTH YEAR COLUxMBIA, MISSOURI, SATURDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 21, 1918. NUMBER 18 Utah . tiveg one fi ll s H H s X M g- . I II .' I 5 VILL TRAIN AT President Hill Announces Se lection of This School For a Section. PART OF S. A. T. C. Number to Be Given Instruc tion Depends On the En rollment Here. Students are to be trained for the United States Navy at the University of Missouri. President A. Ross Hill, district educational director -for the S. A. T. C announced today that this university was one of eighty institu tions which had been designated for the establishment of a navy section of the S. A. T. C. The number of students to be trained in this sec tion depends entirely on the number who enroll in the S. A. T. C. Regarding the establishment of these naval sections of the S. A. T. C, Prasident Hill said that it has all along been the policy of the War De partment to co-operate with the Navy Department in the ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 21 September 1918

-1 t " - --?? ,JBHHPPBHHwP9wWPIwSp'r " r$&&3$ - ' ' I r. I m P- Vr U", 1IL? aPri I k Page Two THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening except Sunday by The Mlssourlan Association, Incorpo rated. Columbia. JIo. Virginia Bids. Down stairs. Phones: Business, KJ; New, 271. Entered as second-class mail matter. City: Year, $3.73; 3 months, $1.00; month, 40 cents; copy, 2 cents. By mail in lioone County; lear, $3.23: 0 niontks, $1.75; 3 months. W cents. Outside the county: Year. $1.30; 3 months, $1.23; month, 45 cents. We are hoping that before the ear is over the "Watch on the Rhine" will be an American one. FLY A FLAG The Chamber of 'Commerce of St. Louis is conducting a campaign for a more generous display of the Ameri- j moved to pity at the ''frightful losses can Flag. It has issued a circular of Franca" That is one way of keep which urges- ' inK the German mind from brooding "Please displav au American Flag one that is not torn nor badly soiled every day, both at your p...

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 September 1918

fTTTI ' 'J'',1l!Vi,'"m ','" J"A' "-" " ' " " ' " -' ftv "V '4 IL a- J 1 THE ETEXISQ mSSOUBUX, SATD IIDAT, SEPTEMBER 21, 191S. Page Three r" "$&, IBik k T if . - - Over the top in two days When our boys "over there" tackle a job they lose no time. They wade right in and finish up. They did it at Chateau Thierry and they will do it every time they tackle the hun. It's the-American way. Let's show the same spirit at home. We know that we are going over the top in the Fourth Liberty Loan, so let's make a quick job of it. Let's Ndo as our boys "over there" are doingpush while the pushing is good. Let's show the huns that it won't take us three weeks to do a two-day job. It will shorten the road to Berlin and save thousands of "our boys." Be a Volunteer Buy 4th Liberty Bonds, September 28-29 On these days everyone will be given an opportunity to step up and buy bonds without being solicited to do so. Places will be designated. where rolunteer subscriptions will be received. These plac...

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 September 1918

V s tl i v H I Br Page Fonr M I AT THE CHURCHES j THE ETESIXG anSSOUMAX, SATURDAY, SEPTE3rBER 31, 191 AT THE CHURCHES Broadway Methodist. Sunday school will be at 9:30 o'clock. P. P. Gutekunst will direct the special classes for college and Uni versity students and soldiers. Morn ing worship will be ait 10:45. The pastor will deliver a sermon on the subject. "Go Forward!" There will be special music The Epworth League will hold a devotional service at 7 o'clock. A special rally service of the Intermediate League will be held In the chapel. There will be special mu sic by the choir for ithe evening wor ship at 8 o'clock. The pastor's ser mon will be on the subject, "What Are You Worth?" ClirKtiaii. Bible school will be at 9:30 o'clock. The classes for freshman and sopho more men will be held in the Com mercial Club rooms. Those for fresh man and sophomore women meet in the church auditorium. Morning wor ship will be at 10:45. The sermon will be on "Revenues and Righteousness." At 8 o...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 23 September 1918

"P- tTyfTTTTHOTTrmiTin "!" m im .SriSrFF- " , r-t - THE EVENING MISSOURIAN ELEVENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 23, 1918 NUMBER 19 and au rclal de- J 1 lll noml. 'E,Jler '"Is. Rex ames Jie. Eng. the in- lips. and P VI- sslst r an ncnt IS l- 'es, I 1' g -1 TO RALLY FORTHE LOAN They Will Be Supplied With Subscription Blanks on Volunteer Sunday. SERMONSON LOAN JL H. Banks, County Chair man Predicts Big Start In Fjrst Three Days. The Volunteer Days idea has gained much favor in Columbia according to the statement of H. H. Banks, Chair man of Boone County for the Fourth . Liberty Loan campaign, and he says that a big start toward completing the subscription -will be made on the first three days of the campaign, September 28, 29 and 30. The churches and the pastors of Co lumbia are preparing for the Sabbath day subscriptions. It is planned that every church in the city on September 28 hold a rally for Liberty Loan sub scriptions. The ministers of Columbia will on th...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 23 September 1918

Jfipiwiji Page Two THE EVENING MISSOURIAN, 3IOND AT, SEPTEMBER 23, 1919. C3t P- I felF 3 k - r. ii3 ! K THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Pcbllsbed every evening except Sunday or xue misoorian Association, incorpo rated, Columbia, JIo. Virginia Bids. Down stairs. Phones: Business, 53; News, 274. Entered as second-class mall matter. City: Year, $3.75; 3 months, $1.00: montn, 40 cents; copy, 2 cents. By mall In Boone County; lear, $3.23; 6 montks, (1.75; 3 months, 90 cents. Outside the county: Year fiM; 3 months, $1.23; month. 45 cents. If everything that has been post poned until after the war takes place as soon as peace Is declared, the old world will be a busy place for a while. A JUST TRIBUTE "To the splendid army of 442,000 American Boy Scouts the American Expeditionary Forces send greetings and appreciation for all you are doing for our great cause. Upon you will soon fall the burden of our civiliza- It should have been written by a twen tieth century German; in tone and point of view it ...

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. — 23 September 1918

V '"V& -V Feck. CarroJi. etlns at - nme. s 'eek. u -". well Ton :t me ad flt flUed. mljf, Serr- Iiray 1 S. A. T, C. TO AFFECT GIRLS' STUDIES, TOO Quarter Terms Will Apply to Others Than Student Soldiers. 14 HOURS IS LIMIT Classes From 9:30 to 11:30 Planned Afternoon Class es Unchanged. The new half-semester or quarter plan, providing for the enrollment of S. A. T. C. students every three months, will also apply to women and men who are physically unable to pass the ex amination for induction into the S. A. T, C, according to a statement made by a member of the committee on edu cation and special training today. The entire University must adjust its schedule to that laid down by the Gov ernment for the S. A. T. C. men. Under this new system the maximum program for the S. A. T. C. man will be 14 credit hours, together with his regular military work. The maximum for women students will be 16 hours as under the old system. It is planned that classes will begin in all divisions at 9:...

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. — 23 September 1918

Vf"T- NJ9WJWWmwim&!lt3&eNpP' Kg3j r ',V!IJtSmfvr'rf:':'f v &WSSFZZ? ME EVEXIXG mSSOCBUX, 3IOXP AY, SEPTEMBER S3, 191S. Pago Fonr t n I w Ik lc E.5 CLOTHING TO KEEP BELGIANS ALIVE Campaign for Relief of War Victims Opens in Columbia. WILL TAKE HI1IG APPLICATIONS ILIEUTENANT W. P. HAY WRITES FROM "UP THERE' ALL WEEK s win use ieie- Major C. M. Gordan In s,truced By War Depart ment to Accept Men. THE ELIGIBLE LIST TO LAST Committee; phones to Reach Every one In City. The campaign for the collection of old clothing for Belgian relief started today. IMs hoped that by the end of the week a sufficient amount will have been received. Last Saturday II. O. Severance, chairman of the relief workers, ap pointed a committee to collecct the clothing. It consists of Mrs. W. B. Xowell, Sr., Mrs. C. P. Branham, Mrs. O. J. Mooers, Mrs. B. D. Simon and Mrs. B. McAlester. Each of these will have charge of a sub-committee. The workers will call up all sub scribers listed In the telephone boo...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 24 September 1918

lfJ kWJgP" W V," THE EVENING. MISSOURIAN U -wrg- J 4 I' i R H M ELEVENTH YEAR CITY'S WIRE SERVICE CUT BYJEW ORDERS Western Union Office to Close at 10 P. M. and Drop Errand Business. IS ON CASH BASIS Measures Are Adopted to Conserve Labor as War Measure. As a war measure the Columbia of fice of the Western Union Telegraph Co. has been ordered to close at 10 in the cvening'instead of midnight, to suspend all errand service, to aban don all delivery of packages for mer chants and to suspend for the dura tion of the war the privilege. of charg ing messages. Manager C. A. Raum of the Co lumbia olfice says these measures are all for the purposes of conserving man power. The employment of an opera tor for two hours overtime each night was necessary under the old plan. With the increased amount of gov ernment business it is impossible, says Mr. Itaum, to obtain enough messen gers to continue the old messenger service. From now on there will be no "pick-up" service of out-g'jlng tele grams ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 24 September 1918

K . c1 THE ETEMXG MISSOUBUN", TCESDAT, SEPTEMBER 21, 191S. mf r- - ' R Page Two . I1 m THE EVENING MISSOURIAN I'oMIsbed every evening except Sunday Lj The Mlswiuriaa- Association. Incorpo rated, Columbia, Mo. Virginia Bids. Down stairs. Phones: limine, 53; News, 271. and French school boys: American college men and American rich men's sons from Xew York and California. . "As one reads these letters written home, one finds that he does not think of them as letters at all but as boys; Enzo, Antonio. Robert, Arthur. Gaston. William, Marcel. Harry. Vic tor. And one Is filled with pity that they are boys 'mere men." as more than one of them says, pitted against professional soldiers, experts in the refined arts of modern war. But if one thing more than another is re vealed in the letters. It is that the writers do not want to be pitied, rath er envied. All express In one way or another that death has no terrors for 'the good soldier." (McMillan Company. C4 Fifth ave- Ing has not been rea...

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. — 24 September 1918

1 i -f"J" wjsjuiy jpj-ii w iifflijlMllJipi Pjjj jijl THE EVEXIXG 3IISS0DRIAX, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1919. Page Three M oney Makes the Ships Go! By CHARLES M. SCHWAB, Director General, Emergency Fleet Corporation Despite the fact that we have made real progress in shipbuilding, it must be remembered by every patriotic American that the need for ships increases proportion ately with the increase in the size of our fighting forces overseas. Transporting troops to Europe is only one fourth of the task that our shipping facilities must bear. The other three-fourths is the carrying of supplies and munitions of war. Ships cannot be built without money. In war time it takes a great deal of money. Undoubtedly after the war is over the ships that we are building now will pay for themselves many times over. But the immediate need is money and the. whole-hearted support of the entire nation. If the American people could visualize what has been done in our shipyards with the money that they inv...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
x
Loading...
x
x