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Mrs. Cynthia McHarg III [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

I Mrs Cynthia McHarg III Ill I Mrs Cynthia McHarg English I teacher at the David H H. Hickman High School Is absent from duty because of illness inness I

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Untitled [Newspaper Advertisement] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

V n Want gl e Ads give service I Phone 55 I I I I I l j I I I I j i jm W I I I I j The Columbia Missourian Offers a Booklet About How V to Heat the Home Plan your J heating this winter vinter on the most practical basis as s and keep your our home at the right temperature for fot forI i I health S Sue e to it that the ventilation is properly ar ar- arranged I ranged lang the air a l' l of reasonable moistness and that I draughts are eliminated I The heating problem of either a house or apartment involves both expense and health as well as comfort I This booklet prepared by United States Government I engineers gives simple practical facts to help every Tery everyone I 3 one secure better and cheaper heating one I i Use the coupon to get your copy i H i Frederic J. J Haskin Director l i iThe I The Columbia Missourian 1 Information Bureau Washington D. D C. C I enclose herewith ith four cents cenis in in n coin or lor tor a cop copy of the booklet HOME IIO fE HEATING I Name Namee t Str...

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

r 1 I THE MISSOURIAN THURSDAY JANUARY 10 1929 r Ii I On M. M U. U l Campuses C Cp p ps s 1

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Stock Profits Dependent on Methods Used [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

1 STOCK c K PROFITS I I DEPENDENT ON i I I METHODS USED I I I I 1 L Beef Hogs and Sheep Used for Tests in I Woodlandville W ALL PAY GOOD RETURNS Orin Young W. W H. H Gard Gard- Gardner Gardner ner ncr and Semon Bros Lead the Work Beef cattle demonstrations demon con con- conducted conducted conducted ducted during the last year by bv Orin Young W W. H H. Gardner and Semon Brothers all farmers of or the Wood- Wood i community in Boone Coun Coun- County ty showed that cattle properly bandied handled would pay more than the market price for feeds and leave mo most of the fertility on the farms This demonstration was a part of the livestock program which the Woodlandville Woodland community in co cooperation co- co cooperation cooperation operation with T T. A A. Ewing Eing adopted in the fall of 1927 to be carried through 1928 It is used to study the trie methods of producing livestock which would give them maximum returns from their farm fann operations The program included beef cattl...

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At the Hospitals [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

I i L I At the tb Hospitals I Virginia Kulmus Audrey Smith Mrs Mary Stuck Sara Bodow Bedow Ches Ches- Chester Chester Chester ter Paxton Keeley and Mil Mil- Mildred Mildred dred Edwards were admitted yester yester- yesterday yesterday day morning Annie Huggins and Kathryn Steg- Steg ner ncr were discharged yesterday morn morn- morning ing tug Mrs Novella Calvin Lynn Roach Oliver ver Kepner and James Cook Wil Wil- Wilson Wilson son Ion were admitted yesterday after after- afternoon noon Fred Pred Boyd waa was discharged yester yester- yesterday yesterday yesterday day afternoon Boone County Mrs Sallie West was I. as admitted yesterday

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Deadlier Form of 'Flu' Feared [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

DEADLIER FORM I OF FLU FL U FEARED May Follow Present Epi- Epi Epidemic 1 demic Says Surgeon- Surgeon I General t WASHINGTON Jan 10 UP UPI I Health officers and scientists from twenty states gathering here today I were ere warned that a more severe type t pe of influenza with a higher mor- mor morI mortality I rate may follow the present I epidemic in a paper prepared by byi i Surgeon-General Surgeon Cumming Gumming of the theU U U. U 6 S. S Public Health Service I Cumming Gumming was stricken by the dis dis- disease disease dis- dis disease ease three days da s ago and was unable I to attend the conference he had called to ordinate co-ordinate information on influenza and to establish a basis for future research

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Floral Welcome Greets Them [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

I Floral Welcome Greets Them I U 5 1 t 0 I tm I ss I r 1 It was a floral welcome that th t awaited M Mii l is s a hu new chief chirr fX executive CU- CU tive Frank G. G Allen AUro when he lie entered the chambers in Boston Boton on hia hi hi lint first day In office Pictured with ith him here t is 15 the th first l lady of the Bay Eay state the two of or them surrounded by bv flower from wishers well i

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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S. R. C. to Bring Speakers Here [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

IS S. S R. R C. C TO BRING SPEAKERS HERE Dean Graham of Oberlin Will Address Banquet on Feb 23 Dean T T. W W. Graham of the Graduate ate School of or Theology Theolo y of Oberlin College will ull be the th speaker for lor the annual Students' Students Religious Council banquet to be held Feb 23 accord- accord accordIng log Ing to an announcement made yes yes- yesterday yesterday esterday afternoon at the meeting mee of the executive committee of the coun coun- council cil cli Announcement ment was vas also made of the coming of several other speakers sp akers who will appear before University audiences soon Dr John Timothy Stone of ot the the- Fourth Presbyterian Church of Chicago to be brought here under the joint auspices auspice of the Columbia Federation of ot Churches and the Students Students' Religious ious Council will speak at a University erity convocation convocation convocation cation on Jan 29 Dr O O. W W. War- War Warmingham mingham of the department of re religious re...

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Miracle Plays to be Presented [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

I MIRACLE PLAYS TO BE PRESENTED Century Adam and Eve on Program Here Tomorrow Night NightA A group of medieval miracle plays will be read at a n meeting of at the Dramatic Arts Club tomorrow eve eve- evening evening ning at 7 30 o o'clock clock in the Missouri State Teachers Building Budding The char char- characters characters characters in these plays will be por por- portrayed portrayed portrayed by bv members bers of the club lub faculty ty s members and townspeople Prof Pro R R. L L. Ramsay is in charge of the program A play Adam a an Eve Ev by an unknown John Erskine of ot the Century Cent will wi be ury presented Abraham Abra Abra- Abraham I ham and Isaac one of or the most mot famous English miracle plays of or the and loth centuries will also I be on the he t program I St bt Nicolas and the University I Student Stud nt a brief but exciting play I from from the repertoire of the Pandering Pander Vander- ing Scholars of the th l 1 th Century is to be bt the the- final liml ph...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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M. U. Examines Grades [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

M M. t 1 EXAMINES EXA GR UES ts tsI I ru tory ill ill Be to Eliminated Iron From Loan I oan fund LeslIe sHe Cowan secretary sr of or the th Uni- Uni announced today that an ex examination EX cx- nn nation of grades of students who are borrowing borro money from the th bu Stu- Stu Student u- u dent Loan Fund was in progress Ho He H said that students st who have hac ha c not made an fort effort to do good work will willbe willbe be bf eliminated because of the In- In Increased Teased creased nimber n who are arl requesting aid from the tho fund He also al said that there th rc would probably probably probably ably be enough h money m available n to pay fees f cs of ot those tho e who apply Mi 1 ir Cowan estimates that 2000 more has ha- been en loaned loan d this hIs t semester than luau was loaned during the corresponding period last lasi year ear

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Life Saving Tests Planned [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

Life LIf Saving Savin T ts Planned The Girls Life Saving Corps of or the University er made plans for lor the end end- the semester the or-the- str mr life life- saving sa tests tr ts to tobe tob tobe be b given by bv its members at ut its meet meet- meeting meeting ing Tuesday afternoon according to Miss Misa Ruby Cline instructor in in charge The member will give girr tests to a high school class of girls girl as 88 aswell aswell well as girls enrolled in swimming classes f It If was wn also de decided de- de decided decided at this meeting In that tin the th corps should buy a section in the S SHur S Hur

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French Club Gives Program [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

French nh Club Gives Program A musical program was given by bythe bythe the French Club at n tits its meeting last la t night Miss liss Sarah Connelly played s several piano selections l se and mid Sam Barn Barni i Luttrell played violin numbers of I French composers

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Pathfinders to Hold Initiation [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

Pathfinders Pathfinder to Hold Initiation The Pathfinders Pa hiking hikin club of the Women s Athletic Association will hold hold initiation this e enniK in inthe inthe inthe the Women Women's s Gymnasium ium at 7 30 o clock The club plans to initiate about eighteen

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Orchesis to Meet Saturday [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

i to Meet l 1 ft Saturday The sis dancing club of the University will meet Saturday morn morn- morning morning ing at 10 o clock

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Real Estate Transfers [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

II I Real Estate Transfers 1 I S S. M M. Myers to Jasper Jasp r Griffin and wife A A. A Wj W NW and N SW 46 25 2000 Hollis Harris to William H H. Harris Hams W of E Lots 39 42 and 44 QUinn fe Conleys Conley's Sub of Lots 44 45 and 46 Oarth's Garth's Add Acid and of or Lots 24 25 and 28 Garth's Garth s Sub of Garth's Garti s Add Columbia Mo Harve and wife to Frank H H. Mendall and wife wile S S. S 20 ft Lot Lt 60 and N N. N 30 ft Lot 61 61 LaGrange Place Add Columbia 10

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Christain College Notes [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

Christian College Notes I i New Books book touching on almost t L' L t from t setting lo to lothe the t care ar of or the fur coat have ha been recently added to the library libran of i Christian Chr st l n e Among the tit titles Jr 5 1 are ire th lv t following n Table Settin end Service Lutes Luts Great Hunger Bojer ArtificIal W 1 Hygene La Rue Hue Collect Collect- Collected I cd rl Poems Lindsey Swan Song Dogs of All Nations Nation on Fur Truths Gottlieb Ru- Ru uRl Icy 11 1 Gold Keely The Ugly ess s Adult Learn Learn- ing tig 1 lg Thorndike The Outline of History of Art and und Par ParI I int nt and Teacher Mason

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

p In kw J Vew Orleans Americas America's Gayest Greatest Carnival An astounding spectacle of All 11 carefree gayety gayety brilliant brilliant floats floats floats- parades parades gorgeous gorgeous Expense Ex pense milling throngs of masked Tour 7 ur revellers and revellers-and and me the fascinating old streets of New Orleans as asa a there background background there's theres 8 nothing 7 77 7 7 else like it in America See from ST. ST LOUIS Mardi Gras this year year week week weekending MISSISSIPPI GULP ending February COAST INCLUDED Special Train from St. St Louia Louis n I Panama PI Limited I- I Illinois Central Eleventh Mid Mid- MidWinter Winter w Vacation a tion Party to New Orleans Oilcan Crl 1 direct or via Viol Missie- Missie The last word in elegance and lux luxury sippi Gulf Coa Coast t leaves leave u St St. Orleans 17 ury 17 hours bours to New ury I Loui LOwa Saturday February P I on six day J y trip to Mardi Gras Gra Leaves St St. Louis Louts daily 4 35 5 p p. p t. t m ...

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

r PAO SIX MX THE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN THURSDAY JANUARY 10 1929 m 0 0 r Written Wp for fop Women You dont don t have to walk the streets I looking for a jol Use Job Use Missourian Want Ads

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St. Louis Girl is on Olympic Team [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

ST ST. LOUIS LOUE GIRL IS ISON ISON ISON ON OLYMPIC TEAM I Dee Boeckmann Talks of I I 1928 Games While I in Columbia A member of eight championship basketball teams one of them the winner of the world championship at Edmonton Canada in 1926 a vic vic- victor victor vic vic- victot tor tot In the meters event at the Olympic Games Omes at Amsterdam last August and the possessor of two other other world records the and 50 yard dash dub these are some of the i I I 4 Dee i v iner honors that thit Iti t l to Dee Boeckmann us UI 01 St t. I 1 Miss Boeckmann v was is III ti Coli mini during Homecoming when hen thi St st. Louis Hockey team played the University Missouri alumni team Of Of the forty-five forty Nations com com- competing competing competing in the Olympic Games the United States won the most events said Miss Boeckmann So besides our Olympic Team medal we re received re- re received received one shaped like a globe rep rep- representing representing representing resenting the wor...

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Has Unique Dressing-Gown [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

I HAS BAS UNIQUE GOWN DRESSING Mrs JIn G. G W. W Ketchum Is I. Owner of I Remembrance braDee Kimono Everyone has baa heard of wishing rugs ru and invisible cloaks but how many maD people can boat a remembrance braze brance kimono And yet the joys joy S of f the be remembrance kimono are areno areDO no DO test Jell wonderful than those of the wishing rug rue and aDd invisible cloak Mrs lira G GO 0 W W. Ketchum Locust Street is 11 the owner of such a ki ki- ki S mono Mrs firs Ketchum has bas sewed since she abe was twelve years Jean old spent all aU her spare time after school watching and learning from a ar aI r I neighbor who was a dressmaker all t. t of the art of cutting cuttina fitting and andS S stitching For the last twenty six years MII she ahe baa has been a dressmaker in Columbia Beginning with little services for her neighbors her work 5 increased until at one time Ume she was wasY I Y directing a dressmaking establish establish- establishment establishment ment mont with t...

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