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Untitled [Newspaper Article (masthead)] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

L T THE IA MISSOURI AN z WE Y FI Y A i IGHT PA PAGE E COLUMBIA u MISSOURI FRIDAY JANUARY II 11 1029 1929 19 T- T LAST EDITION NUMBER no t

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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The Way of Our World [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

Ebe The Way of Our World II Capitalists re J re buying airplanes for f gold SOld prospecting More than shares of stock stocke re e sold in Wall Street last Friday I fifty pairs of meadowlarks were k hip recently from Oregon to Ha- Ha HaWI vail WI A Northhampton Northampton Mass cobbler recentlY lunched with President It n is estimated that tha t there are more than AKan narcotic users in the United States A Tulsa woman was recently robbed of in Jewels at the Mayo Hotel in that city Electric power rates in New York City will educed til-educed be reduced by five to thir- thir tl r- r reeD tees eeD million dollars a year Kan has unearthed an i ordinance which forbids Gild city t the driving of cars down the main mam street A Berlin woman walked into a station and announced that abe Ibe bad d cut out the tongue of her Queen Marie Mane of Ro is ex- ex x- x to play in Hollywood the leiding role in a fairy tale written by herself benel A German professor lecturing on the horrors of the fut...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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And some Humor [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

AND AND SOME The prodigal returned early the next morning Where have you ou been asked his indignant wife if After a moments moment's reflection he ventured The uThe cemetery GOOd gracious cried his wife Who's dead The whole bally lot of em re replied re- re replied plied her husband cheerfully

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Comment on Life [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

COMMENT ON LIFE LIFE- England and America should lead 1 toe way toward to ard naval limitation and anda aoda I a peaceful understanding on the seas We must never n ver be regarded as mili mili- military tary competitors Fred Fred A. A Britten The number numb r of the soldier soldiers killed in the Great War is known The I ht number r of the ideas and beliefs de destroyed dt- dt bv by it remains r still un un- un- un known Gustave Le Bon

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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And some Verse [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

AND AND SOME VERSE ERSE The Th Spur Because of your strong faith I kept the track Whose sharp set stones tones my strength had well nigh spent I could not meet your eyes eves c s 's if I turned back So I 1 went ent on Because YOU jou would not yield be be- be belief lief hief in n me mC The threatening crags that rose my way to bar A t conquered inch by crumbling inch- inch to see seeThe N The goal afar And though I struggle toward it through hard years Or flinch or falter blindly yet within You can can unwaveringly my spirit bear bear- I nd nd I shall win I ALDIS ALOIS DUNBAR J

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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$800 Added to C. of C. Fund in Last 24 Hours [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

ADDED TO C. C OF C. C FUND IN LAST 24 HOURS I J. J P. P Hetzler Says Dis Dis- Disinterest Disinterest Disinterest interest Is Killing I Project CHARGES SUPPORT NON-SUPPORT Says Town Down-Town Property I Owners Have Failed to Help Lack of interest and operation co-operation on the part of the large property owners in the business district of Co Co- Columbia Co- Co lumbia is causing the defeat of the I Stephens College expansion program it was stated stat d at the Chamber of I Commerce offices today when only had been added to the fund by byI I active soliciting committees since sincer I r yesterday es t After four days of active solicitation J tion in m the campaign less than half I I J of the full fun amount is available a while practically three fourths of the ter ter- territory territory ter- ter territory in m the business district has I been canvassed according to the I statement Increase Small Sinai in Four Days I Tuesday of this week when active solicitation started the commit...

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Part of Highway 63 Again Closed [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

PART OF HIGHWAY 1 I 63 AGAIN AGAI CLOSED i Officials State Section I Will Be Reopened Sunday With the announcement that the Columbia Prathersville-Columbia section of Highway 63 north of Highway 40 was opened to local traffic Tuesday the traffic including heavy trucks and busses which were not allowed to go on this his t section became became- so I great that officials in charge cf the I section were forced to close the road I in order to continue their work Weather conditions have not been I favorable to let the cement dry thor- thor Beam tests which are now I being made show that the road roe is not dry enough and will not stand heavy loads R. R G. G Kilp highway engineer in charge of this section reports that this section will be opened o ned Sunday to permit light traffic to pass over This is intended to aid persons go- go going I ing to the governors governor's inauguration I in iii Jefferson City on Monday 1

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Mrs. Margaret Bruce Dies [Newspaper Article (death notice)] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

II MRS MARGARET MARG-AR MARG T BRUCE DIES Funeral Will ill Be Held at Jamestown Jameston I Tomorrow Mrs 1 Margaret P. P Bruce Bruc 81 died die I last night at the home hOlne of her daugh daugh- daughter ter Mrs frs W. W C C. Sexton Sexto Road Mrs Bruce is survived by tw two daughters Mrs 1 and Mrs W W. Grev Grey of BOonville B on Funeral F services will win be held a at Jamestown tomorrow afternoon where the body will be taken by motor moto The Rev Thomas Deacon of th th Mount Zion Church there will be in inchan charge chan e of the services Burial will vill willbe willbe be at the Moss Vine Cemetery

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Episcopal Rector is Coming [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

I EPISCOPAL I RECTOR R IS COMING The Rev Re Sydney Sydn y E. E Sweet s ft Will SIll Hold Two Meetings litre The Rev Rov Sydney E. E E Sweet of Co Co- Co- Co Columbus lumbus 0 O Episcopal rector will ar ar- arrive arrive ar- ar rive nyc Saturday afternoon to conduct conducta a two-day two mission for students and other members of the th local Episco Episco- Episcopal Episcopal pal parish The meetings meeting will be beheld beheld beheld I held Sunday and Monday in the Episcopal Student Con Center ter terIn I In honor of the th Rev Rov Mr l Sweet I members m of the he t Episcopal Student Association A will entertain nt with a tea I at 4 30 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the Student Center I

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The Weather [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

if The Weather J I IFor For Columbia and vicinity Fair tonight and Saturday colder tonight about 6 above zero rising tempera- tempera temperature ture ure Saturday afternoon For Missouri Generally fair to tonight to- to tonight tonight night and Saturday colder tonight cold wave wa ve south and east-central east portions rising temperature Satyr Satyr- day afternoon north portion Shippers forecast Within a radius of miles of Columbia the lowest temperatures t are expected to be abO abo t tas as follows North 0 O. O East 10 South 10 West 6 Weather conditions The weather controls known kno n as high and low pressure waves are moving eastward across the country resulting in tem tern temperature temperature changes as much as 30 to I 40 degrees but neither rain or snow of any consequence A gale of icy I wind is blowing across the Lake region and quite a snappy north northwind northwind wind with rapidly falling tempera tempera- temperature Lure ture t ure is overrunning Missouri At Co C...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Meningitis Scare Based on Rumors [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

MENINGITIS SCARE BASED ON RUMORS State Health Board Re Re- Reports Reports Reports ports No Cases Here One at Capital By a f Staff Correspondent JEFFERSON CITY Jan 11 IL- IL ILI I There are no cases of meningitis in Columbia Col and the one case in m Jef- Jef Jeferson J Jefferson ef- ef efferOn ferson ferOn erson City is progressing favorably Dr James Stewart of the State Board of f Health announced anno today after an- an answering answering phone calls regarding the th meningitis situation in Jefferson City and nd Columbia A rumor to the effect that there were ere additional cases of meningitis in n Jefferson City and that cases had hadeen been een reported at Columbia was given given en n circulation a few days ago re- re resulting suiting in much anxiety according to Dr Stewart There was no basis for or the reports he tie said

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Stephens Girls in Crash [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

STEPHENS GIRL IN CRASH Mildred Harding Escapes In In- Injury InJury Injury jury in Fatal Car Crash Miss Mildred Harding of Woodland a junior at Stephens College escaped serious injury when the automobile in n which sh she was siding riding with five live other ther passengers passe on Jan 2 3 was tal struck by another Car r ar on Highway 3 se be- be between between tween Hannibal and Shelbina The accident was caused It y the cars skidding on the icy pavement and the he wheels of the two cars locking when they collided Denton Owens marshal of Monroe City who was riding ridin in the other car was fatally fatany injured and died in inthe inthe the he hospital the next morning Both cars were badly damaged Those with wi th Miss Harding were shaken and bruised but none was seriously injured Miss Harding suf- suf suffered suffered ered an injury to one knee and a badly sprained ankle and although she has to use a cane she has re resumed re- re resumed resumed her work at Stephens Col- Col ...

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Losing Team Gives Dinner [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

LOSING TEAM GIVES DINNER Rotary Groups Schedule Another Attendance Contest The dinner meeting of the Rotary r Club last night at the Daniel Boone ie Tavern Ta ern was provided by the losing ig team in the attendance contest just jus s finished the team being headed by y Tom Taylor The winning team was as headed by Dr C. C W. W Digges Another er attendance contest with the same captains was announced at last las nights night's meeting and will continue through February Gay Gov Roy Turnbull of the four four- tenth district of Rotary International al who met with the board of ot o di directors di- di directors directors rectors yesterday esterday noon did no not speak at last nights night's dinner due to his being called back to St St. Louis unexpectedly He will return to Co Co- Columbia Columbia Co- Co lumbia in the near future and ad ad- address address address dress the club Prof Marshall F. F Bryant of th the School of Fine Arts of the University ty sang several numbers accompanied...

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Mrs. W. A. McKay to M. U. [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

I MRS W. W A. A McKAY Y TO M. M U. U I Stephens Instructor Will Be In to Extension Division I Mrs Mary Asbury McKay who has been instructor in political science at Stephens College since 1923 wi wIll wUl i leave in February to take up her I duties as head of the division o of public information in the Extension Division of the University Mrs McKay received her B. B S. S de de- degree degree de- de degree gree in Education from the Un- Un in 1908 and her M. M A. A de degree de- de degree degree gree in 1922 She was a student i in political science at the University Univ in 9 22 1 and a Fellow in political i science in 1922 23

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Mrs. John Achengach, 39, Dies [Newspaper Article (death notice)] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

MRS JOHN H 39 DIES DIE F. F M. M Daly Receives Word of Death of Former Resident Rf ld nt Mrs John of Memphis Tenn 39 formerly of Huntsdale died diNt at her home of pneumonia last las night following an attack of enza according to a message re received re- re received I by F. F M. M Daly of Mrs was formerly Mi Miss MiM Beulah Teeter She left Huntsdale I I in 1907 to make her home in tn Car- Car Carbondale bondale Colo Cob and since her h r mar mar- marriage marriage marriage lived Jived in Taylorville Ill until untilla last la t year when the family moved to Memphis The funeral will be held in Ul Tay Tay- lorville Ill tomorrow

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6-Above-Zero Temperature Here Tonight [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

ABOVE 6 0 TEMPERATURE HERE TONIGHT I Weather Bureau Says I Cold Wave Will I Hit Missouri 1 WARMER FOR TOMORROW Degree 7 Drop Registered in One Hour This Morning The temperature here is expected to drop rop to 6 degrees above zero uro to tonight to- to tonight night according to the daily fore fore- forecast forecast forecast cast of the United States Weather Bureau here The Th mercury will rise tomorrow afternoon A drop of seven degrees in the mercury between 7 and 8 o'clock this morning was recorded at the local station of the U. U S. S Weather Bureau The reading at 7 1 o'clock was 23 2 and at 8 o'clock 16 zero Near-zero weather Is entering Missouri Mi uri but it will WUl moderate tomorrow and pass as u swiftly as it came Temperature Tem Takes Take Sudden Drop KANSAS CITY Jan 11 UP A strong biting wind blowing over the he Southwest today was bringing a anew anew new ew cold wave that would force the mercury to low levels tonight The temperature will dip to five degrees above zero t...

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Courts Discuss New Bridge [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

COURTS DISCUSS NEW BRIDGE Boone and Callaway County Representatives Representatives Representatives Meet Today The members of the county c of Boone and Callaway counties met this morning at the bridge spanning Cedar Creek on the Fulton Gravel Road about ten miles east of Co Co- Columbia Co- Co Columbia lumbia and conference was held with representatives of the State Highway Department concerning the th method to be used in replacing the th bridge at this point which was washed out by floods last spring The Highway Department had re removed re- re removed removed moved a steel bridge and replaced it U with one of concrete while this road was being used as a detour before the completion of Highway 40 Fol Fol- Following Following Fol- Fol Following lowing the floods of last spring the department agreed to replace place r the washed-out washed bridge provided the bond issue submitted to voters last fall carried The issue carried and the depart depart- department department department me...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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To be Corporation Head [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

TO BE CORPORATION HEAD Frank Rollins Elected President Pr of Episcopal pal Student Stude-nt Center Frank Rollins was elected president nt of the Missouri Episcopal Student Center Corporation at its meeting held today at the local Episcopal Student St Center The other officers are ar as follows treasurer Lawrence Dorsey secretary A. A R R. Troxell The Rev J. J B. B DeWolf Dt rector r of the St St. Andrews Andrew's Episcopal Church of Kansas City and H. H T. T Poin- Poin dexter also from Irons Kansas City Cit Citer were er present

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Gives No Money to Health Unit [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

I G GIVES NO MONEY TO HEALTH UNIT Welfare Society Hires Nurse Who Works With County A serious misunderstanding has re resulted re- re suited from the operation co-operation opera co-opera lion of the Public Welfare Society and the th County Health Unit it was a 5 said b by Dr F. F C. C Suggett county physician cian clan The ilie idea is prevalent nt he said the that the Welfare Society gives etves Health Unit 2000 a year The truth of the matter Is that the nurse they hire is merely merel allowed to work with us and the money paid her he r for her I salary alary is written Into our budget Thus the state matches our budget t with additional state funds and we weg get g t more money for work in Colum Colum- Columbia Columbia bia bla and In the county The Welfare Society was employ- employ employIng Ing a nurse when the Health Unit UnitI was established said and on I the request of the society OCi ty she was wasI allowed to work under the direction I o 0 the larger Health Unit The pres ...

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Another Use for Pennies [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

I ANOTHER USE us FOB FOR PENNIES Vending Cigarette e Machines May Be Installed Here Clerk Says The city clerk has received an In Inquiry in- in inquiry from solicitors of a firm that wishes to install several cigarette- cigarette vending machines in Columbia The letter was from Taylor Baa Eu- terling Company of Tulsa and asked for information as to the city ordinances covering the installation of such machines and the price of ofa a i license to run them According to the letter Jetter several of the machines may Ins be brought into Columbia and it will be bt possible to put in a cent turn a crank and take out a cigar cigar- cigarette cigarette ette cIte in the same fashion that we can cano canor bott o or get ret a stick of chewing gum or ora ora a It candy ball John S. S Bicknell city clerk searched the city tx tu ordinances but found no provision for a penny cigarette machine He decided that the ordinance covering the matter properly is one ordering a license fee of rf 1 per year ...

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