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Mrs. Sarah I. Metcalf Dies [Newspaper Article (death notice)] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

MRS SARAH SAUD L METCALF DIES Bad Had Been Resident at 1 for f. Last La- Eleven Eleve Years Mrs Sarah Srah L Metcalf 72 died last lut night at the borne bom of her daughter Mrs J. J P. P Hunt Hun m ton Sexton Road of paralysis She sad bad been Men a resident of 00 Oo- m for ie JOan Most or of ot her life was waa spent in m Mis- Mis Missouri MIssouri soun at M kane tane She warn waa married I twice her second husband A. A W. W Metcalf v dying aboUt lour four years year ego ago in m Columbia She was the mother of four chil chil- children children dren three of whom are still living They are Mrs J. J F. F Hunt of Co Co- Columbia Co- Co Columbia lumbia Emma Humphrey of Mokane and Ollie Grindstaff of Wilton Mag Mac Maggie gie Metcalf died at Mokane in in in- in fancy Mrs Metcalf has eleven grand grand- grandchildren grandchildren grandchildren children and 4 great Services will wUl be held at Wilkes Boulevard Church Sunday afternoon at 2 Burial will be in Me Me- Memorial Memorial Memoria...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Sisson Now Sole Owner of Harris [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

I SISSON NOW NOW SOLE I OWNER OF HARRIS' HARRIS I A. A A. A Millard Sells His i Interest in Business to Partner Stanley Sisson Simon became sole owner of the Harris Cafe today when he h purchased the interest of his part part- partner partner ner ncr A. A A. A Millard in the business Both Mr Sisson and Mr Millard Minard are former University of Missouri students After his graduation from the University Mr Sisson Simon was U man man- manager manager manager ager of the U. U D. D Club and later the University Commons Following his attendance at the University Mr Millard was manager manag r of the catering caterina I department of the Daniel l Boone I ern em The Harris Hams Cafe is two twenty t years old Mr Sisson and Mr Mil Mu- Millard lard became owners of the business on May 1 1 1920 when it was located at 16 South Ninth Street They moved the cafe to its present loca loca- location location location tion on South Ninth Street in 1925 Previous to their Joint ownership of the cafe Mr ...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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To Address Baptist Guild [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

TO ADDRESS BAPTIST GUILD Dr F. F C. C Suggett Will Explain Work of County Health H l. l Unit Dr P. P C. C Suggett of the Boone County Health Unit Sunday evening will address the Friendship and Service Guild of the th Baptist Church which under the leadership of E E. F F. Van Buskirk head of the science department nt at Stephens College and former social service worker in Cin Cm- Cincinnati is making a study of health conditions in Columbia preparatory to an improvement campaign Dr Suggett tt will explain the work of the Boone County Health Unit I and how it is correlated with that of Dr W. W K Norris city health of of- of r. The guild will compare the social work being done here herewith herewith herewith I with that in other communities and learn from this survey surrey what addi addi- additional additional 1011 f work ork is necessary here j

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Keynote for Inaugural to be Simplicity [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

KEYNOTE FOR INAUGURAL TO TOBE TOBE TOBE BE SIMPLICITY SIMPLICITY Henry S. S Caulfield to Take Office Oath Monday Noon WILL DELIVER ADDRESS Speech Will Also Be His Message to General Assembly JEFFERSON CITY Jan 11 Sim pUett will be the note key of the inaugural for elect Henry R s. s fi in fit the nf of the ai capitol at noon Monday ac ac- according ac- ac according according cording to final plan announced last night by the joint Senate and House committee working under Senator Michael Kinney chairman and A. A V. V Adams Witnessed by a joint session of the Fifty fifth General Assembly and hundreds of visitors Caulfield will take the oath of office at the top of grand staircase a short abort distance in front of the executive of offices of- of office offices fice he will occupy during the next four years After Chief Justice J. J T. T White of the Missouri Supreme Court administers the oath of of office of- of office office fice to the Incoming governor and sad other elective officers...

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Richard A. Rees, 33 Dies [Newspaper Article (death notice)] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

tI RICHARD A. A iES REES IS 23 DIES DDS Funeral to Be a u Methodist Church at O'clock Richard Anthony Rees 33 died last Jut night at the home of his hi broth broth- er Alfred Rees Reel Ann Street Mr Rees flees had bad been In Ill m health for a number of years yeara He went to Albuquerque N N. Mf M. M seven teren years yean ago aeo I and returned to Columbia last lut spring much improved The latter part art of last October he was In a acar acar acar car wreck nar ur ar Waynesville and aDd has hu been in falling failing health since then Mr Rees Reel who was wu born bom about four tour miles northeast of Columbia has baa lived U ved here about thirty years yean He was unmarried He is 11 survived by hit his mother and father miner Mr and Mrs Sam Rees Reel four brothers brothen Sam Charles Alfred and Robert of Columbia and by three sisters Mrs Mra Sam Sam Wilson of California Mrs Howard Todd of East St. St Louis and Mrs Mra Carl Patch Fetch of New York Yort The funeral will be held at ...

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Resigns to Enter Business [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

RESIGNS TO ENTER BUSINESS John Riley Leaves Leave University i to te Open Brokerage John Riley who has been connect connect- connected ed ad with the University for the th past put several years In the Extension Di Di- Division Division vision and prior to that as assistant aDt has tendered red his resigns resigns- resignation tion lion to University officials to enter business here it was waa learned today Mr Riley Rile will win be associated with Slater Bla r Bouchelle also of Columbia in the establishment of an Insurance ance brokerage company with off off- offices of fi- fi ces here Plans Plana for the organization organisation of the business have not been an an- Mr Riley is a graduate of the Uni Uni- varsity venity While While a student he took toot an active part In several activities

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Trades Farm for California House [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

Trades Trade Farm F. F for er California Call Hems B. Alex Keith of Lot LoI Angeles for for- formerly formerly formerly merly of Sturgeon has baa traded his farm located one mile south lOuth of Sturgeon to John R. R of Los Lot Angeles for an apartment house boUle there Mr and his family famIl I will move to Missouri and will wiD probably probably probably ably make mate their home ome here

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Small Fire on Paris Read [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

j Small Fire en on Paris Part Easi Lint in a hot air pipe started a small fire fare at the home of W. W B B. Hen Hen- Henderson Henderson Henderson derson 1314 Parts ParIs Road late yester yester- yesterday yesterday ter- ter day afternoon An alarm was sent to the police at Jio to damage was wu done

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Sentenced, Fined on Liquor Charge [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

SENTENCED FINED FINEDON FINEDON FINEDON ON LIQUOR CHARGE Henry Hall Given Year in Jail and Assessment Henry Hall HaD charged ehr d with the transportation of intoxicating liquor pleaded guilty aunty and was fined POI and sentenced to one year in jail ja in the Boone County Circuit Court Cout this thu morning In the case of Carrie P. P against J. J A. A Stewart defendant which has haa been n continued on application application cation of the plaintiff will iU have bave to tb tobe tobe be continued until the next terra term of or Circuit Court as u one ana of the t wit wit- witnesses t nesses of the was wa in the hospital pital ho and unable to appear in incourt court The Paul Strange case cue docketed to appear today was deferred to al- al allow low more evidence nce in the case cue to t be e secured Strange is charged d with reckless esa driving and nd with leaving the scene of an accident without stopping The ease cue has baa not been dismissed or continued but deferred to collect ...

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Hoover Seeks Root's Opinions [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

HOOVER SEEKS ROOTS ROOT'S OPINIONS Confers With Party Lead Lead- Leader er on Secretary of State Choice WASHINGTON Jan 11 UP President-elect President Hoover conferred for foran foran foran an hour and a ball half ai at to today to- to today day pith nth Elihu Root former fora seers seers- Ury tary of state tate long lone a leader in the Republican party and aDd A S champion of international peace movements movement Hoover it U is Sa understood sought Roots Root's opinion opt as to a secretory secretary of state discussing with him those thee he h. had considered for tor this Important post pott lLo Root II it f s known is 11 not on- on onLa La se tIa fee ha in ill In health The two talked of Hoovers Hoover's Latin Latin Latin- i- i American tour which Root Boot also made mad ie some Sofia years ago aro Root Boot was Invited to the conference today taday by Hoover Hooger The former secre secretary tary of state tate was to have presided at Hoovers Hoover's New York Madison Square Ga...

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Vestrymen Are Selected [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

VESTRYMEN ABE ARB SELECTED Episcopal E Has Par Far r- r lab feh Dinner and aad Meeting E. E 1 Logan Prank Frank Rollins RoWna and M M. P. P Miller were wen elected vestrymen of the Calvary Episcopal Church for the ensuing year at the annual parish dinner held Thursday night in lit the Episcopal Student Center About seventy members of the par par- parish lab ish attended the dinner and bust bUll business bustness ness meeting which followed Between courses Mrs Mra Anna Pro Pro- Froman Proman Proman man of the voice department at atm attie Christian College and students from m the department entertained the tie group with a musical and aDd recite recite- a- a program The dinner 11 was abe M aM served by the Service Guild of the lobe be church I

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Junior High Five to Play to Play Tonight [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

JUNIOR HIGH FIVE TO PLAY TONIGHT Team Meets Capital City Jr H. H S. S at Jefferson City Thirteen boys bo will win leave with Coach Clyde of Jefferson Junior High School this afternoon to 0 go 10 to Jefferson City for a tau bas basketball taut t lame game with the Capitol City Junior High School The game lame will willbe be played at p. p m. m The squad will leave here at 5 S p. p m. m in auto autos Tonight's game Ime ic is the fourth to tobe tobe tobe be played by the Jefferson capra The team has lost one game Ime and won two The men who will make the trip are Capt Morris Morri Murray Billy Maugh Earnest Shaper Bill BUI English Bill Nowell Millard Hume Burne Joe Murray Raymond Jefferies Jet feries Gene Gena Jones Jonea L. L D. D Benedict Leon Thompson Dorsey aey Bass Baa and Elmer Porter

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Boy Made Unconscious by Gas [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

S Boy Boy Made U. U fry Q Gas Gu Mrs Mn Joe Craigo who with her grandson dIon rooms over Oft Scotts Scott's Book BookStore BookStore Store was waa nearly nearl overcome and her grandson was rendered unconscious Wednesday night by gas 11 escaping l e train from rom a stove in the store below The stove tove had Jut just ju t been repaired and the burner had not been turned off oft

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Luke McLachlin Naturalized [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

Lake L ke 11 Luke sheep foreman of the animal husbandry department of the University and president o 0 the Central Bank was wu granted natural natural- naturalization naturalization papers in the Boone County Count Circuit Court Tuesday afternoon Michael J. J Canning Central was also alto granted craDled papers A I

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House Cares for Cripples in Resolution [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

HOUSE CARES CARES Es T FOR CRIPPLES IN RESOLUTION 2900 Granted for Jan January uary and February Expenses I SENATE MUST CONCUR j Sum for Biennium Not to toBe Be Less Le ess Than for Last wet j Bill aill Provides Provide 4 Ia la the MiM il Mar Tota r rBy T i iBy By United Prem SENATE I considers amended salary hilt bUT 1 to fix governors governor's lOy salary UJ at O i and aDel other of oen aft ak r 4 C Committee appointments a j Continues introduction of 01 Newly appointed committees meet 4 By 7 B a f JEPPERSON CITY Jan 11 Op 1 J of the crippled childrens children's j mOl at a the Hospital aI during the next few months and aNt an aa appropriation rO aP of an amount amoum not flat lee loss than that of the last Ian was provided for tor by bJ a passed a by the UIt House Houe this anena Under the resolution in tD which the j Senate must concur the state treat tas urea J Sa Is directed to release It for far January and the same eme amount for tor February to pay operetta ex- ex f tf j r...

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Students Hear Newspaper Man [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

STUDENTS HEAR NEWSPAPER MAN MA Jason J alOn Rogers ROlen Talks Talk i Neff Hall HI en on Ad Ad- Advertising lt j Jason Jamn Rogers Rocert of x K ansu City for tor- mar mer publisher of the New and later general m. m or of the Kansas Ka ott City Pod Journal in ID hilt b ad dress dreu to the principles of lag ing class in Jay Jar K If Neff Hall Hail this morning urged especially 1 tar a B re researching searching and aDd better market analysis of the United States by bJ advertisers Mr Rogers RG divided advertising ad in in to three classes chaise c U 1 that which pro produce duce ducu direct reet sales salee 2 3 announcement type and 3 J I that kind which establishes lishes the product such as AI labels at end trade marks marta According ArdIng to HJ isle state statement ment meat too much emphasis baa has been put upon the lest last two end and not DOt enough enoh upon the first Many Man of our products have bare been placed in such mush a position po by adver advertising thing today...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

TWO TIm THE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN 1 if 1 I 1 JI I r On The University Campuses I

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"Bob" is Clerk Both Parties Keep in Office [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

r v BOB IS CLERK 1 I BOTH PARTIES i KEEP IN OFFICE I Democrat 72 Misses I But Two Terms in 50 Years I CHIEF CHEF ASSET HIS VOICE I I Robert F. F Miller 26 of r St. St Louis Is Youngest I r Representative I J I Staff Correspondent t. t FFERSON CITY Jan ll 11 Jefferson City was wa little more r than thana a village when hen steamboats s traversed t ra the Missouri as one of the tho t principal pal means of transportation and when many important caucuses wre held by legislators at the numerous bars in the capitol city Robert Rob rt H H. Bob McClanahan came to Ji-ff Ji r- r son IOn City as a clerk in the Hous of Representatives That was fifty years ago and lince then Bob has rm d only ony two sessions of the General Genral Assembly A one when Hadley was governor and 8 net the other during the Stone admin admin- He is more permanent than the capitol buildings themselves since several have ha ve come corne and gone pono on j I I since the veteran clerk first came caine cameto I Ito to the...

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To Choose Queen for Annual Ball [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

I TO CHOOSE QUEEN I FOR ANNUAL ANNU AL BALL I St. St Pats Pat's Board Decides II III Pictures Pi tures Must Be Bein Bein Bein I in by Tuesday 1 ri St fit Pats Pat's Board of the College of En ir of ot the University Un at ata ata a meeting me Wednesday ay night decided that petitions p and pictures of can- can candIdates candidates for queen n of the St. St Pats Pat's PatsI I Ball BaIl woud have to be submitted by I next Tuesday The Thc board which elects the queen will vote ote Jan 20 George Crow p of the Engineers Club said that it t was vat necessary ry to rush selection selection tion of the queen que n so SC that her picture pic plc- picture ture could appear in the Shamrock annual of the th school St St. Pats Pat's Board is composed of I representatives of each class seniors I Thomas Thom secretary Floyd him hinn president s Herbert Both Bosch Powell Charles Charls Miller l Raymond Pow i Junior members are John Washer I ice i ice vice vice- Ralph Georges and Lester Bauer Sopho...

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Exam Schedule Announced [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

I lX 1 LE ANNOUNCED M. M I l' I. I I l nals linah Begin Rea-In Jan JaD 19 With ith th 11 O'clock OcO k lasses Classes ClassI Th c of the University Jon on on the schedule of examinations forthe for forthe forth the th present semester s has announced ed ro that final examinations will be beI beheld I held from Jan 10 to Jan 26 By action of the University fac fac- faculty fac- fac teachers are required to ta hold 1 either examinations or regular classes during this tins period p The neg- neg alive at i credit rule rul will wi 11 apply to class class- classes es c held in lieu of final examinations I The following is tt tte schedule for u CLASS PERIOD FERIOD EXAM PERIOD 11 Daily D uly Saturday Jan 19 8 11 11 II Saturday Jan 19 8 10 11 Saturday Jan 19 4 2 1 Duy Dai Monday Jan 21 8 11 1 Monday Jan 21 8 10 1 I Monday Jan 21 12 10 2 Daily Dally Tu Ther lay Jan 22 8 11 f U 2 t VF Tuesday Tu Jan 22 22 8 10 2 11 Tur day Jan 22 4 2 3 i Daily Dall Wednesday Jan 23 23 8 11 3 Wednesday edn Jan 2...

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