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

L FACE TWO -1922 BHQJE SCHOIM SPILL BBS Elected Man Wjll Se Chosen December v 3 JtOjInter Oxford in QcDbr4922for3 4 U -MEN HONORED Josdph T Hunt Fornier Stu i ent WqnihcAppoint ment Frtm Arkansas UiXastXpar The next election of -Rhodes scholars lor Missouri jcill he held -on the third day of December Tbe scholar electee at that time will tnlerflifordin October 1922 TOiodei scholarships are three jrear scholarships at Oxford Unirersiljr Ox ford England paring jt present 50 pounds year They -were founded bjr Cecil Rhode the British Empire Build erL in order to promote jietter relation between England and lbeUnited Stajes Betide scholarships for erery tate in the American Union Rhodes proided similar honors for the British possessions in all ports of the world and for Ger many 1 tie berman scholarships were terminated by the war A Rhodes seliolaT is appointed for the following jjaalificalions Qualities o manhood force of character and leader ship literary and scholastic ability and att...

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. — 2 June 1921

3 la s c 3 this morning - The Margatet Bewick Missionary Gr cle of the Baptist Church will meet at 230 oclock tomorrow afternoon at the home of Mrs R C Harper 108 South Sixth street Mr and Mrs A FJfcate 614 College avcrrae hare returned from California whero they hie beep visiting for the last few weeks Miss Margaret King Miss Ruth Esther Miss Lucille Wilson Frederick Barbee and William Angle returned yes terday from California Mo wljere they attended the Cole Sylvester wedding Mrs W L Nelson of Columbia went to Bunceton yesterday to assist Mrs Ar thur W Nelson of Eastwood Farms near Bunceton in a reception which Dr and Mrs Arthur Nelson gare this afternoon In honor of Mr and Mrs Nelson Leon ard A number of people from Columbia at tended the reception Miss Ruth Esther Miss Margaret King and Miss Lucille Wilson left Tuesday tnm P1tfrai Mn tt tfnit tfi wmt -- - V Qing oi Miss ivameryn uoie wiuiam Sjlvester Miss Julia Hawkins of Buffalo Mo is visiting at the Sigma Iota Chi sorority Ift...

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. — 2 June 1921

S IV 5 rr l i iVrfi 1 l rfradrviiirftfSmvyiflffT msh tMVffiS I I II ll -- J f m j acta 71 THE pOLUMBDr EVENING MISSOUBMN r Published -every evening except Sun day by the MissoimWPiitlishing As sociation Inc Jay H Neff Hall Colum bia Missouri ALFONSOjJOHffSOM Maj acoi SUBSCRIPTION BATES Gtyr Cash iMovtocet Year H00 6 months J200 3 months 100 By the week 10 cents single copies 5 cent By Mail in Bocae County Year 30b 6 months 150 4 months 1X10 s Outside the county Year HSO 3 rnontbs E25 month 43 cents Payable1 in advance Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Entered as second class mail matter I 1 TELEPHONE JiUMBEBjSr News 274 Advertising and Circulation - 55 RALLY ROUND THE ROAD The truestion of whether or not we get a bridge over the Missouri River at Boomille js far more than a traMiion of personal profit or loss It involves the Commercial future of every town on the Old Trails road betveetf St Louis and Kansas City Columbia among the rest The lack of a bridge mar lead the Legislature...

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. — 2 June 1921

V COLUfflkEyfl FAgJEOE Phone 55 nmncmmTiitr SIT FOR SALE FOR SUE Golf outfit counting of tag midiron and putter HhW used boot a month -Call George 64Z 232tf FOR SALE Good 5 rootn house with large sleeping porch real close to Unl rersuy paved street Urge lot garage JWOO S250 down anil balance monthly Catey and Frasier Phone 519 or -235 FOR SALE Good 9room fully modern house full size concrete basement gar ate lot 90x180 two blocks south of Broaday close to Universal Quick jjc 500 Garey 4 Fratier Phone 519 or 590 white 233 FOR SALE One roll top office desk and one office chair iln J Wfigfa 412 9th St Phone 688 bladc G 228lf REAL ESTATE FOR SALE A REAL HOME JHRCAIN A 6 room fully modern house one block from Imrersity This house it priced in sell and w consider it a rare bargain for anyone wanting a small home veil located Let us tell ou about it T E Wisdom Exchange National Sank BIdg Phone 256 W233lf AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE FOR SALK 1918 model Buick class condition F IL Hoberecht Call ofi...

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. — 2 June 1921

f 1 m sV is PESIX t rm a- i I DEFENSE GIVES TESTMONYM STATTS TRIAL Continued from page one rAone to the conmer Her bnsband call ed up Ak said vrlile Frank and M re standing with Jier on tie porch Sir Richardson leaned cut of tbe win do after Hiking to Cobmbia and uid Iiatthe ciders ere coming At that Frank Statu jumped up frightened the irdlOd and cried Oh mj Lord hat Mill 1 ilu and rathed out of the yard Mont Little a farm hand at the Richard sen plifr corroborated Mrs Richard sons tettimorrf holxdVt lot AWAT Sam Haves anullier neighbor vra call riun the land late in the afternoon lie uid that he told Frank after the tnarder that he should get out of the cwialry and that be had a ranch out AVctt where he vouId five hira a Job He said that Frank anrrcd that he wouldnt po since he did not have any reawm to run avrav - rrd VTiiitesides former sheriff and Ired Rruvin present sheriff were both on the Hand Tliey both recounted the ratft Ml evidence and related how they bad fired several ...

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. — 3 June 1921

it Wfek nTTirmnnTT - m THE COLUMBIA EVENING THIRTEENTH YEAR STATTS FATE IS IN JURYS HANDS TODAY Versions of State and the De fense Summed U Before Noon Final Instruc tions at 1210 EMOTIVE IS QUESTIONED Jefcnse Says Statts Had No Reason for Murder State Claims Circumstan tial Evidence BULLETIN At 3 oclock this afternoon the Jiry was still out No word had been sent to the court from the jury r room The jury trying Frank Statu was given it final infractions today at 1210 oclock by Judge David II Harris just tore it retired to render a decision The forenoon was spent by the attor neys for the state and the defense giving their Tensions cf the case to the jory Proetmtie Attorney Knby M Halen for state explained to the jury what JjfrwKUuied first and second degree mar- An ana aim cxpiainea inai rizns isiu cosld be convicted of the marder of Sam net Halstead on circumstantial evidence f The counsel for the defense N A Cave and Frank C Harris then gate taVir version of the case to the Jury ...

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. — 3 June 1921

renauaaat norr i ui ill u IK w 11 t tti Mi HI wl III W 1 I f v- I z to P s I MAINLVAB05t PEOPL eE m Hl Mr M j Miss Mary AaVn has gone tdher hoae Jn Little Rock Ark I J Lauderdale went to Quia yes terday MtkWjgMnM Jr went to Kin aa City yesterday on visit Odon Cujtarwent to St Louis on busi ness Wedm Mrs Virgil ena and children rt turned to llaUsviIle yesterday after a abort visit in CokimWtl Mis Nova Fraierwent lfrBrovriVSu jtion yesterday to visit her -sister Mrs Iter Dayis Mr Mary Baker and niece Miss Mary Phillips have gone to St Louis to - Mit Mrs Bessie Ateliers Elizabeth Hap of Fort Collins Colo Teturoeii home yesterday She has been visiting Mrs F W Brand Frank Better who has been working in Columbia went to Kansas Cly yes terday Mrs J R Miles of Columbia went to Kant Ctf yrsterday to spend the week end Miss Opal Hiilett of Kansas f Gty who has been visiting H R Itulett of Co lumbia returned borne yesterday Mrs F V Ragsdale of Paris who has fen visiting Tier sister Mrs A F Nea...

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. — 3 June 1921

i 5J s f Iffa Queen Smith and Miss Elizabeth society editors Kill appreciate it if Ilpt tall telephone society items beticeen The marriue of Miss Caroline Jesse Wter of Mr - Jc mo IIU avenue 10 jonn uiaries wrrl of FranUin Ind took place at I oclock today at tlie borne of the Wide 1 be nev oamuei nraaen reaa lire foeatoal m me living room necoraicu villi Wey futile asparagus fern and jjjues The brides dress was fashioned J while tare and trimmed in orange IJotpMns She carried a shower bouquet J hides roses The matron-of-honor Jrs George Hearne of Poplar Bluff was jrttted in pink organdie combined with iochot lace Miss Mary Jesse was dressed in apricot organdie jad Miss Adeline Jesse who sened as bridesmaid wore a green organdie Lit lie Polljanna Hearne of Poplar Bluff Messed in a dainty frock was the flower jirb Patterson Bain Jr acted as best jan Before the ceremony Mrs Patter nn Bain Jr sang Believe Me If All Pe Endearing Young Charms and f Lore You Truly Z accompanied by Mrs John...

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. — 3 June 1921

fiWSSSSSiSiSBtMSBKMSKSrSSMMKKBKSSmm Jlfe PACETOUR mm I the Columbia evening IP MISCJURIAN arH5 lVr w If K i li M U I I Ill M VI H ft 1 I iii 9 w s w fc f Published evening except Sun day by the Missobtiah vinWihini As sociation Ina Jayfl Neff HallCoIum 1 Ilia Missnnii ALFONSO JOHNSON Mimcri -T SIIBSCR1PTT0N RATES Gly Year WOO 6 aombs 200 3 ntH IM By the week 10 Single copies i cents By Mail in BW County Year 300 j months I1S0 4 months tl 00 Outside the anility Year 45 3 months 125 month 45 cents Payable la advance Member Audit Bureau of CTrculations Entered as second class nail matter iSews TELEPHONE NUMBERS well 274 Advertising and Circulation 55 A NOBLE CENTENARIAN Jut nonh of Academic Hall stand he weather battered monument whicb Thomas Jefferson designed for his own grave In the vault of the secretary of the University encased in glass is the tablet which goes with the Jefferson monument On it are the words Here was buried Thomas Jefferson milkor of the Declaration of American I...

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. — 3 June 1921

- - Jttfe asa AiXV - - Ibone 55 CLASSIFIED As Half a Cent a Word a Day FOR SALE FOR SALE 1920 Model Sludebakcr Special used three -months and is- in good condition Anyone interested call 1235 grecn or come to 1002 University Ave S-235- FOR SALE Golf outfit consisting of bag midiron and putter lias been used about a month Call George 642 232tf FOR SALE Good 5 room house with large sleeping porch real close to Uni versity pated street large lot garage 3300 230 down and balance monthly Carry and Frasier Hione 519 or 590 white 235 FOR SALE One roll top office desk and one office chair Mrs J E Wright 412 S 9lh St Phone 638 bIack G 228tf REAL ESTATE FOR SALE FOR SALE Nine room stone bungalow- sleeping torch liot water heat acre and half of ground small bam Walter Ridgewa 706 Stewart Road A REAL HOME BARCAIN A 6- rtxim fully modem house one block from InneTsity This lioue is priced to sell and we consider it a rare bargain for anyone wanting a small home well located Let us tell you about ...

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. — 3 June 1921

il - 4 C i aTO ns E fJ KTlfo k STATTS FATE IS M JURYS HANDS TODAY Continued from page one matters not cmrred by i direct examination ihc defense In STUDENTS SAIL FOR EUROPE Tramping Trio Have No Trouble Getting Work on Steamer James Bovlc Forrest Blanknship and Horace Fellon the tramping trio of UnhtTil students are aboard the S S Salvation Ias bound for Cuba 1 ivcrpoJ and Hamburg according to a letter received this week from Horace FeW The letter sajs that they had lictle trouble in getting jobs since the seamans strike caused a great scarcity of men on tlw shins The letter was written on board ship in Philadelphia jut as they were ready to sail Jvever saw such a rough bunch of men in my life Felton writes but they are good natured and would do anything to lielp u e have almost every na tionality aboard and I am rooming with two Spaniards who are teaching me their language Tlie tramping trio left Columbia with 20 in rah determined to take an ocean tTdj age They bummed their way fro...

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. — 4 June 1921

W H MURRAY SELLS HOME Buys Harrisburc Farm From Men to V horn He Sold House Mr ami Mrs W H Murray sold to - ivewman and James Phillippe a residence on Hinkeon avenue for 5600 Mr and Mrs C W Newman and Mr and Mrs James Phillippe sold to W H Murray an 80 acre farm six railer south t of Harrisburg for 5000 Dr C L OBryan to Convention Dr C L OBryan secretary of the Miouri Stale Chironractnrs Assneiatlon fell today to attend the annual conreii turn of the association next Mondav at the Baltimore Hotel in Kansas City Doc- inr Ulinan will make the resnonse to Major Jon gill s address of welcome at Ibe meeting Monday morning W C T U to Sleet Monday The W C T U wiH hold a meeting at 2 JO Monday afternoon at the borne of Mrs Ella FJkinl 302 College avenue Fkiver Mission Day will be observed Ji f W WWB ii II i THIRTEENTH YEAR iSTATTS GIVEN TEN YEARS IN MURDER CASE Yerdict of Guilty in Second De gree Returned by Jury After Deliberating Six Hours NEW TRIAL TO BE ASKED Defendant Breaks Down When ...

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. — 4 June 1921

lv lr M V PAGETWO The Rev S S Keith went to Perche esterday A M Major of Kansas QtV went to Sedalia esterday Mr and Mrs A L Crump went to Jefferson City yesterda C Merideth vent to Uberty es ttrday on a week end visit IL I Colborn went to Boonville yes terday to spend the week end ilrs H McFarland went toSr Louis yesterday to visit Mr McFarland Miss Floy Newland jof Troy was to live today to visit Miss Flavia JamesT Mrs J A Jliom went to Hallsville yesterday to visit her daughter Mrs C T Asbury J D Garrard made a business trip out in the country near Columbia yes terday G B Bowling and his -son v C ijWrV 1 izM AJk - Li - -- ffV J NEW HOME roRTHEKAPPAALiHAFRATERNITY x L t t T aBBBBaBHaWr V 8 ff 1 CSt9IKwflEMvtjvtr3IIF fr tI ft JaUKaiHa JbbLLLbR J New K A Home Will Be One of Finest Fraternity Houses Here The new home for the Kappa Alpha fiatermt fchich U under construction I ilie present time will be one of the nt and myst modern fraternity houses in Columbia The location which is on ...

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. — 4 June 1921

News of Columbia Society r tit fluren Smith and AfUi Flimhtth teee society editors uiU appreciate it if ou Hill teltpnonc society urmi oriuren land 12 oclock Telephone 274 The nodding of Miss Anna Ppe nj lerbert M iieese will take place iCePi Beta PM tororiljr house at 8 lock this evening The Rev Waller Hiushalter will officiate and Mrs J Hudson will sing Siler Ring by ainade and My Heart at Ihy Sweet from Sampson and Delilah by l Saens Prof Hermann Alnuteadt ill accompany her will alo play wedding march- Miss Frances Mil- ill will tene as maid-of-honor and Dr H Dolley will be the best man Lit- Junes Blair Green will act as flower and Wallace Potts and Kobert U of St Louis will bold the ribbons will form an aisle lor the wed- j party A reception will follow the Cpg I The dinner guests at the Sigma Chi l - f T nl bjose la- crwii wcic iiso jauc mw Ens Miss Exie Cray and Miss Margaret riiijn i Miss Allie Howard of Slater will Monday to spend a week as the xt of Mrs Uod Lucas 907 Lowry ...

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. — 4 June 1921

te ass- v v Vv Pulilithnl everr rveninz except Sun day by the Misourian PubUhing As sociation Int Jay II Neff Hall Colum bia -Missouri ALFOISO JOHNSON JIanwio SUBSCRIPTION RATES Gty Year H00 6j aonih 200 3 months J1CXL By the week 10 cents tingle copies i cents By Mail in Boone County Year 300 i month 150 4 months 100 Outside the count Year 150- 3 nontlis 125 month 45 cents Payable in advance Member Audit Bureau of Circulation Entered as second class mail matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS Vews 274 Advertising and Circulation 55 A GOOD BEGINNING The propoal of the gas company to a new mains in the districts there the iced is greatest is being received with iitinct approval by Columbia citizens j whom it affects Any such measure wjuch promises to allevfcle the gas which has been extremely bad here for the last year is naturally welcqmcd irith joy b gas consumers The new mains which ihe company is The Polish insurgent army suffered its greatest humiliation when a mother who found hex 14 year ol...

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. — 4 June 1921

I r Phone 55 CLASSIFIEDADS Half a Cent a Word a Day FOR SALE FOR MLE1920 Model Studeliakn Special utnl ihrce irmnths and is tn rood condition Anyone interested call 12JS green or come to 1002 University Ave S 235 FOR SALE Good 6 ronm fully mod ern house lunlwood floors full sire base neat brge lot poml street South side tloue to Inirersity Price 5250 Car ey 4 Fraier Phone 519 238 FOR ALE Uaby Lurnr 1207 Broad syt C 235 FOR SUE Tlie IlaninM New one of the best weekly newspaper pro poition in the entire slate Plant is scell equipped villi all kinds of material including a Model L Linotjpe Owner has been in fame 20 years and vants a change Anyone with 2500 cash and good references can liandle this deal No lease considered 1 alo own practically i fireproof building occupied by office and a six nvhii residence which 1 will e J to punliaer Any information furnish- ed mt request Fred M Sanderson j din Missouri 235 r0lt SALE Coif outfit consisting of ljag midiron and puller lias been used a...

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. — 4 June 1921

fr TACE SIX fev Bam m r1 W V ffiJjgy awjif SENIOItS GET COSTLY GIFTS Iist Includes Long Vacation Tours and Diamond Wrist Watches Diamond rist watches and long va cation trips in the Soutfi or in Europe ire tome of the gifts received by grad uatn f tlie University of Missouri and lhe two local pirls colleges this spring Diamonds in clusters are also popular But supposing jou were not to be grad uatcd until next car bow would jou lite a trip around the world that would extend over eight or nine months Win Alice Wiedmer of St Louis re- reived one ol lite writ watcnes and vus Drtliy French of Christian College is ttie owner of a diamond and platinum rin given to her by her parents Wt graduation gifts do not confine rttemselves to trips and watches and nfi Mis Ella Wyatt of Ailjnsas was ptrvntnl with a Haines car While he is enjojing it Miss Frances Dunwoody of Juplin will be in Egvpt or London or India fur a trip around the wwM was a gift to her this spring Not a a graduation present fo...

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. — 6 June 1921

I hi 3PMlgWBfiBMMIHM - - - -B - f i 1 f - a 3151 THIRTEENTH YEAR DR CHARTERS TO GIVE TALK TO GRADUATES Stephens Commencement To morrow Crowning of Joy Queen and Senior Step Singing Tonight 1921 CUSS IS LARGEST Dr Mullins Gives Baccalaureate Address Says Vision and Task Are Needed for Great Life Ir W W Charters arrived yesterday from Pittsburgh Pa and will deliver the commencement address before the grad uating clavt of Stephens College at S c lock tomorrow morning in the college auditorium The time for beginning the exercises have been changed to 9 oclock to that the students will be able to catch the special train learing Colombia at noon Tins evenings exercises will be the crowning of the Joy Queen at 7 oclock on the college campus and the Senior Step Singing ceremony which will take place at 9 oclock at which time the steps will be turned over to the keeping of the 1922 cas Dr E Mullins president of the Louiwlle Baptist Seminary and one of the most noted religious leaders of the ...

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. — 6 June 1921

up ftP cost I -v PACElTtf GOING iBJER CONVENTION OF Comjjiercial Club Joining Willi Herbert Williams Post to Bring World War fMen Here 1922 The Commercial Club is joining with the American Legion In a strenuous ef fort to bring the -1922 state contention of the -American Legion to Columbia Scleral hundred letters are being mailed out Jy the Herbert Williams Post re questing the support of various posts at the St Joseph contention in September In addition to mailing out these let icrs the Commercial Club has prepared a large number of booklets giving infor mation about Columbia and ten reason why the state contention should be brought here These booklets and let ten are bound together cad mailed at the same time The reasons advanced for Columbia at the desirable location for the 1922 contention are as follows 1 Because of its geographical loca tion delegates and visitors can attend the contention in Columbia -with less expenditure of time and money to them selves collectively than el...

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. — 6 June 1921

t v tlfiT S J V iVfcws 0 Columbia Society l Miss Often Smith and Miss EHzabtth jgte society editors Kill appreciate it if - mil telephone society items berueen 3 end 12 oJoch Telephone 274 The wedding of Miss Anna Pape and Prof Herbert Reese took place t oclock SaturJay evening at the Pi Beta phi house The Rev Waller Haushal ttr officiated The house was decorated Pi palms ferns vines and nicker bas kets lieu wim corjopsis poppies uu pink gladiolas were placed in the differ ent rooms Before the ceremony Mrs J TF Hudson ang Silver Ring by Charai tsie and My Heart at Thy Sweet ice from Sampson and Delilah by Stint Saens accompanied by Prof Her mann Almstedt who also paed the wed ams march The btides dress it fashioned of hite chantilly lace over white satin and trimmed with white satin ribbon She mre tulle veil which was fatened by i coronet of orange blossoms ihe car ried a boquet of valley lilies sweet peas and purple orchids The maid of honor Miss Frances Mitchell wore a frock of ii...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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