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Woman Made Deaf in Girlhood Finds Work in City Quiet [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

Woman Made Deaf in Girlhood Finds Work in City Quiet By Julia Blanshard Nea Service Writer NEW YORK YORK lOA A handicap may prove a blessing in disguise Its hIts benefit depends upon one ones one's s at attitude at- at I I Consider any so called handi handi- handicap handicap handicap cap carefully from every angle of life before you bemoan it You may live to thank your for for- fortune fortune fortune tune for it It This s is the optimistic philosophy of an artist who lost her hearing 14 years ago She was a young girl living in Utica N N. N Y then dreaming of the day when she would be a sculptor Instead of becoming bitter over her loss she sheI packed up her things and came on onto on onto onto to New York to enter art school I Today Mrs Louise Wilder known for the prizes she has taken I II with her charming little figures of I children from the sidewalks of New NewYork NewYork York says of her total deafness It ioU has enabled me to carry the peace of the country with me into the ...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Book is Aid to Beginning Cooks [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

i I I BOOK IS Is AID AiD TO TOi i BEGINNING COOKS Gives Recipes for Man Sized Meals From Kitchenette An invaluable text and cook coot book boot bookfor bootI bookfor for one just beginning to learn leam how to cook coot and who does not want to depend entirely on the can opener but wants to meals m als which rare are a foundation n for vigorous men men- mental men mental mental tal and physical health is Man sized Meals From the Kitchenette It is written by two kitchenette cooks who have studied expendi expendi- expenditures expenditures expenditures tures in a far from theoretical fash fuh- fashIon ion Margaret Pratt Allen and Ida Oram Cram I Hutton The book boot is Ia divided into chapters I which read like lite a story to the eal- eal eager ealler ler er beginner The first chapter What You Need is 11 a relief in it- it itself Itself self for it tells tella the bewildered j i Kitchenette Cook Coot what pots and pans pans she needs what to put on the t shelf how to keep food and wh...

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Choose Light Walls and Dark Floors [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

II I Choose Light Walls and Dark Floors I I c i iC iS i'S C S 'S t L. L S 1 S S. S y Jil i E ES S 'S S S' S T I 5 55 1 5 t I This Illustration on shows show rug rag and anel walls walk harmonizing with room t Walls floor and ceiling should receive first consideration for with- with without without without out out a suitable foundation and back back- background backI backI background I I ground no furnishing scheme can canS S be made attractive I Generally speaking walls and ceilings should be light and the floors dark Rarely indeed should a ceiling be as dark as the wall I because the dark ceiling Ct makes the room room appear top heavy top heavy about to drop from sheer m weight eight Whether the wall be papered or I textured plain white should be bea avoided voided a except in the wood trim A pale tint of one of the primary colors must be introduced into the coloring of the wall to give gi gi e it tone to form a background for the room This with matching and contrasting shades in ...

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Is Detained by Japanese [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

IS DETAINED BY JAPANESE Snow Former M. M U U. Student Is Held to Halt Rail Ball Investigation Edgar Snow of Kansas City a aI former student of the School of I Journalism of the University was detained by Japanese military of officers of- of officers officers in Shantung Province for more than a week recently to prevent him and two companions from mak mak- making making making ing an investigation of Japanese de- de deI detention I of trains owned by the Chinese government Snow is employed by the China I Weekly Review an language English-language newspaper supporting the Chinese I government He has held the post peal position I tion about three months

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Perche Creek Frozen Over [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

Perche Creek reek Frozen Over Ov r I Residents of McBaine and the surrounding country have been hav hay having having haying ing difficulty in crossing Perche I Creek which is now frozen The ferry was not able to run I

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Probably Last Coolidge Cabinet Picture [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

II Probably Last Coolidge Cabinet Picture I II 4 e S 4 S w. w Ak S S. S S 5 A I 4 I. I I. I i S S S S IlL S i t ar 1 S J C T I This is the last Sl pu Ij l tur un ou s 0 uti U will o ill MO et e of f Pre i C. C C i iI II I u r ro dt Iod d b l tin the me m I 0 rs 0 of f h Iii his j bind lucy posed for r the cameraman eft en s the White bite hIte House Boust lawn la n ii at the end nd tf of f an in e utu left Ift t to right front fr ont row rou ire are lf of ot ar r h t I F. F 1 DIMS Davi Da js secretary St of State Frank B. B Kellogg President C Secretary of the Treasury ury Mellon and Attorney General ral John Sargent Sar tnt Back Bark row rou left to right Post Peg master General Harry S S. S New e Secretary of Labor James J J. J Daj Secretary of ef f Commerce William F F. F hItting Secretary of Agriculture William Jar Jar- dine Secretary of the th Interior Int Roy West and secretary S of the y Navy Curtis Curt s D S. Wilbur

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Ends His Life under Train [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

ENDS HIS LIFE UNDER TRAIN Farmer Commits Suicide at Benton City C itt Leslie O O. Boswell a farmer living near Benton City Audrain County committed suicide last Sunday morn morn- morning morning morning ing by walking in front of a fast Wabash passenger train at Benton City A verdict of intentional death was returned by the coroners coroner's Jury Mr Boswell had gone to Benton City for his Sunday paper and while there he stopped slopped sk at the railroad sta sta- station station sta- sta station tion to inquire about a train He walking up the track ac according ac- ac according according cording to witnesses as the train tram approached and as he met it step step- stepped stepped stepped ped in front of it it His body was carried to the side of the track and badly mangled Mr Boswell is survived ed by his mother his wife and four children Business worries were given as the apparent cause for his suicide Bu Bu- Burial Burial Bu- Bu Burial rial was held Tuesday afternoon at Liberty Ch...

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Providence Man Convalesces Here [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

Providence Dee Man Convalesces Here James C C. Longstreet of Providence is in Columbia this week convalescing convalescing convalescing cing from an attack of influenza

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Challenges Her Critics [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

I CHALLENGES HER CRITICS I I Mrs 1 Houdini Asks Them to Brio BrIn Being Through Messages I NEW YORK Jan 10 UP Mrs frs 1 Beatrice Houdini today answered with a challenge critics who ha e I cast doubt and insinuations upon I her sincerity in accepting as genuine II IIa a purported spirit message from her dead husband Harry Houdini mas mas- master master ter t r magician and former foe of all traffickers in psychic phenomena mas-I mas There are two more prearranged messages which Harry Houdini prom prom- promised promised promised I to send she told the United I I Press They are in the same code I as that received by me on Tuesday 1 One lOne is to be sent to Sir Arthur Con Con- Conan Con I Conan an Doyle of England and the other j I to Remegius Weiss of Philadelphia hI I 1 consider it a fit tit challenge to ask task I the magicians and psychics who I I j doubt the genuineness of my mes roes message sage to bring either or both of these I through i I I

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Case to Speak in Fulton [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

I CASE SE TO SPEAK K IN IV I Editor Will Be Heard at Kingdom of Callaway Supper I John F F. Case of Wright City u well well- ell ell- known agricultural authority and andI journalist has been secured to I speak at the twenty fourth annual Kingdom Kingdom of Callaway Calla way Supper to be I I held in Fulton next Thursday it has I been announced Mr Co Ca is a native of Callaway I County bs b. b has never taken part partin partI I in the annual county affair He is editor of the Missouri l and andI of the I was vas re-appointed re president Missouri State Board of Agriculture I by bv Gov Baker last week M M. M M. Duncan now nw of Montana l another native of the county is the theother theother theother other speaker on the program Railroad Workers Laid Off Of The M M. MK K and T T. Railroad con con- concrete concrete crete gang located at McBaine and the brush gang at Providence have hae ha e ei I i been laid off oft for a few weeks wc ks on oni i account of the weather The men 1 II hav...

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Harg Road District Raises Levy [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

Harg Road District t Raises Rai Levy I Floyd Bamer B mer was re-elected re road rOld commissioner at a m tn ng of the Harg Special Road District held yes yes- yesterday yesterday yesterday at Harg The other members I of the commission are E E. E Stone Stolle and andR R R. L L. Reid It was voted that ti the e elevy levy from the district would bera be rai raised d di i from 10 11 to 20 cents There were I about bout eighteen present at the meet meet- meeting ing j

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Trustee's Sale Notices [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

I TRUSTEES TRUSTEE'S SALE SAIE NOTICE OTICE WHEREAS Rosa L L. Edwards Edward a ai i widow by her certain de decd d of tru tru I dated the day of March 1911 I and recorded in the office of the Recorder of Deeds of Boone County Missouri l in Mortgage c Record Boot Book at Page conveyed to the j undersigned as trustee the following described real estate lying being and andI I situate in m Boone County Missouri wit to-wit Ten 10 acres the east half of the west w st half of the south south- southeast southeast southeast east quarter of the northwest quarter of section 10 10 Town Township ship Forty eight 48 Range Rance Twelve 12 I In trust to secure the payment of ofa I a cerui certain n promissory note in said aid deed of trust described and j Whereas said note is due and on- on paid default having hang ha ng been be n made in m inthe mI inthe I the payment thereof I Now Kow Therefore in pursuance of or orthe o othe the terms of said deed decd of trust and at the th request of ot the le...

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

4 4 f j i iIi Ii Columbia Business and Professional Directory i No matter what kind of service you need theres there's a Columbia institution ready to render that service i 3 1 Consult this Business and Professional Directory often You'll find it useful 4 HMM f 4 WASHING MACHINES FURNACE CLEANERS CLEANERS CLEANERS' DECORATING UNDERTAKERS KERS I ft- ft L. L I D 6 SON PLUMBING CO Does es Your Furnace F Smoke S mue Let Us U Estimate Your Y oar MAYTAG MAY M A Y TAG T A G I Call Can HATTON BATTON BROS Ue We have a I I 1 I I WALL WILL PAPER AND I I Specialties Specialties Ave c. WILLETT WI I I Large Larre Electric Furnace Cleaner PAINTING JOBS I I IFor For Demonstration Range Rane Boilers and Laundry Stoves UNDERTAKER ER N D E I HATTON RATTON BROS DECORATORS GLASS DECORATING CO j Call 1140 Phone SIt Day 1109 Night I I. I I Phone 7 Wain St Hi P. P a I Phone 2270 1 3 1 3 LADY TELEPHONE ATTENDANT p 5 2 I 1914 OSTEOPATHS Me Mc MeTHE MARINELLO O BEAUTY BE TY THE TAILOR T. SHOP AMBULANCE A. SER...

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

r 1 THE TH COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN THURSDAY JANUARY 10 10 1929 MOB PA p II ip The News In the Field of Sport SpOTt Salesman S l Sam Sam I 1 Ii U I t COULD oe ID I'D WHAT M Gee ML LL c. c L ORA OD DID DD Ot NO ERE gE UV W iW fl UKE MOW p WT SS S fA Wf W E e. e WHAT S ts T WH I ctEt ou I T 00 oo so aO e e. S se TS P ou Pr 4 i i 4 a i. i I S LL S 'S 1 L T f Freckles and His Fri Friends ends 87 ti i GOT GOTA i It JUST A LOT OF TO LEFT JE you oo t PATSY P i j E S S. S S

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To Hold Annual Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

n. U UTO TO HOLD BOLD ANNUAL MEETING We Historical Society Sot Hill IS fe i Assemble emble Here HSIe Jan Jn 21 annual meeting of ot o the State society will be held at atthe atI the tile afternoon of Jan 21 OCl I 3 of the University Li- Li M the U rooms rOO WI here j a metIng of the executive com com- come te will wiD he be e at 3 30 ma be state tate and Boone County his his- S1 societies will give live a joint din- din at Harris Cafe at of the evening will willa Palmyra a and Its tta Historical w at k t by F. F H H. of ofa Lexington Historic a and nd B. B M. M Little of Lexington

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Mrs. Joann Stipp, 93, is Buried [Newspaper Article (death notice)] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

u. u Mrs Bin Joana 93 3 H Ia Burled Buried Mrs Joann Stipp 93 83 93 died at the home of her daughter in Mrs lIla W. W F. F Stipp in El EI Reno Ok Okla Okia la on 00 Jan 4 The body was u brought to i Centralia Monday and after a short abort service by Elder John Green was I buried burled in Union Cemetery She U it survived sW by two sons ions C. C J. J Stipp j I of Centralia and Henry Stipp of El ElI Reno I Okla and a daughter Mrs I J M. M Denham of Hydro Okla OkIa Mrs j Stipp lived in this community until i about eleven years ago After her herI j I husbands husband death she moved to Okla Otla- horns homa I 6

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Break Looms between Big 10 and A. A. U. [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

BREAK LOOMS BETWEEN BIG 10 AND A. A A. A U. U Northwestern U.-C. U. A. A C C. Swimming Meet Is Cause CASE GOES TO GRIFFITH Conference Commission Commission- Commissioner er Is Studying Situation CHICAGO Jan 10 UP U. U PJ The The controversial feeling which has baa ex ex- existed tiled isted for years between the Amateur I Athletic Federation and American universities and colleges finally has i been brought to an open fight with I Northwestern University as 8 the storm center The trouble started when a swim swim- swimming ming meet scheduled between North- North Northwestern Northwestern Northwestern I western and the Chicago Athletic Club was canceled because it was found some members of the North North- Northwestern Northwestern Northwestern western team competed in American Amateur Federation meets last sum- sum mer mar The A. A A. A U. U has hu no control over these events and the Northwestern swimmers immediately were placed on its 1 ts suspension list Prior to Northwestern Nort...

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Notre Dame Defeats Wabash [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

NOTRE DAME DEFEATS WABASH Irish Outclass Little Giants 42 19 CRAWFORDSVILLE CRA Ind md Jan 10 UP Displaying an offense which consistently worked the ball ban near the goal Notre Dames Dame's basketball I team experienced little trouble in defeating Wabash 42 19 last night Colrick Irish center took individual individual dual scoring honors by garnering six field goals and two free fr throws Both Smith and Donovan also playe good games for Notre Dame and Howell looked best for tor Wabash

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Nebraska Coach [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

I Nebraska Coach I I 1 L' L S r. r l 1 V I 1 Z t t L Coach Dana X Bible becomes head football coach at the University of Nebraska of Lincoln Neb after eleven years Jean of successful coaching at the Texas TeDS A A. A A II M. M where he led his teams to five titles Coach Bible succeeds Coach Ernest E. E Bear Bearr Bearg who goes roes to Washburn College at Topeka Kan as director of athletics athletic Coach Bible signed for far three years yean ean at Ne Ne- braska breaks

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Scoring Offense Kewpie Objective [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

SCORING OFFENSE KEWPIE OBJECTIVE Local Prepare to Invade Boonville Tomorrow Working hard on a scoring offense each day is the program Coach R. R A. A Brunk followed this week in pre pee preparing paring parina the Hickman High School for their invasion of Boon Boon- Boonville yule nile tomorrow The game will be called tomorrow evening at o o'clock o 0 o'clock clock and will be the conference opener for the The local will meet strong opposition in tackling the Boonville high team due to the fact that they have no football team to interest the athletes and all attention is 15 placed on from the open open- opening opening opening ing of school The squad this year had four letter men to start the season with According to present plans Coach Brunk will leave Columbia Friday afternoon at 5 30 o'clock with ten tenor tenor tenor or twelve players who will see See sen service ice in the game What the Kewpie lineup will be is still uncertain but the five who started the game against U. U H. H...

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