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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 14 June 1921

gPAGE TWO a MENWpPv MANUFACTURED IN THE FUTURE Prof S Aiictfn Hart nf Smilli P cnnian Intitutf Rlif i Science Wijl Sol c ftlystcry AN MAKE ORGANISMS j Iltlxjulir Modify and IJevelop i Primitie Life Jo Higher T Forms Qnce Creation Method Is Known ffr VmtttJ Frf Washikctoy June H if you arc living couple of Itundred years hence don be startled if joo see a sign some- thing liketliia Smith Jones Gk Manufacturers nf Rats Birds and llu cans Name jour species Pliers rra Knablef Prof Austin IarV Jieal of the bio logical department of the Smithsonian Institute declared today that scientists of the future Kill be able to lure men I Clark was asked to comment on the i mnounced discovery liy French savants of a method of creating organic life rom certain quartz and meteoric stones Maybe its true mabe not said I Qatlc Many able scientists hate been j fooled info believing that they ha Treated life JVearly every other salient mystery of biology lias been solved ex cept this one supreme puztlc Jt...

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. — 14 June 1921

U PAvJE FOU KJ THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSMrIAN Published every evening except Sun iIT by the Missourian Publishing Asso elation Ioc Jay II Neff Hall Colum bia Misouri V i ALFONSO JOHNSON AUrUcu SUBSCRIPTION HATES s City Cash lnadrancc Year K00 6 months 100 3 months A 00 By the weet 19 cents tinglf copies 5 tents By Mail in Boone County Year 300 o months 150 4 months JI0Q Outside the fountyr Year 450 3 jwnths JlOf month 45 cents Payable in ad ranee Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Entered as second class mail matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS Advertising and Circulation SS FOR BETTER RURAL SCHOOLS A law which means the arising of the - - tandard of education for all country reboots in Missouri is the County Unit School Law passed by the last Legisla ture 1st split of ibis fact however ret- rrendum petuions against this law are being circulated in some- parts pf the state by those who apparently do not or kill not understand its advantages to Missouris educational system Chief among the adva...

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. — 14 June 1921

U- JE TNews of Columbia Soctety Uisi Oikw SmiA and Miss Biiabeth Agee society editors Kill appreciate it it you tcill telephone society items beticeen 9 end 12 oclock Jeltphone xti r jrMiss Onnie Haggard and Mis Miry Ifrpwnl 1305 Paris road will tain it tea from 4 to 6 oclock Saturday lalirraoon complimentary to their sister Mrs Price Haggard of St Loois i1k will arrive Friday to be their guest for t Kvtril daya Miss AHie Howard of Slater who has been the guest of Mr Boyd fjicas 907 1 Lowrr atteet is now the house guest of sMrs F T rorri 203 Edgewood She will probably remain another week fc Mm Elizabeth Spencer 207 Edge rwood avenue is in Decatur 111 visiting her Maugliter Miss Christine Spencer rSbe will return next week Mks Ruth Bernard 106 J athrop road entertained at 3 oelock esteniay alter noon wiih a party The guests were Miwes Lucille Coldsberry Lillian berry JiUM Allton Mildred Bihr Het Iiu Eihr Eileen Lancaster and Daisy Smith of Neosho The house was ifii t nriii with baske...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 14 June 1921

Li I of this -week and ed from Phone 35 J ie fe flf g ITT TON TO lr ivi athWwUI be entered llULVn 1U Jte gma Ln orer tfl tijidle this CHICAGO DJEET fajjcr Star Will Compete With tiuu umer nuiieies in Big Games Brutus Hamilton Tiger track and fj star ho hirji point man in e Western Conference meet held in 0ksgo June 3 and 4 will alto compete jj tie National lntercajlegiate Games to leteld in Uiicapo on stagg rield next Sstardajr Hamilton will probahry go to dticaco Thursday evening This an- jMBKeroent was made jesterdaj by Kob j ot I Simpson track coach Brutus was a sensation at the Big Ten Jrd and irlien bis torn came in the rmas in which he was entered the crowd Vvays aaie bim a good hand His per nnance in the Intercollegiate will be ntrhed bjr a great number ot sport crit ics f There were 159 universities and col rges encrcd in the meet up to last Fri iij As the last day to enter is not un lil the middle of the week the list of jcEools is expected to mount to nearly 173 This will ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 14 June 1921

f iTACEiStX riCXIC AT DEVILS POINT Program Giren by Yonng Tcoples Missionary Society A roiscionsry picnic it DctHs Point is carrying the warfare into Stun own territory but tint was the spot selected bv the Young Peoples Missionary So- cirtjr of BroaJway Methodist Church for their open meeting jestcrday Thirty attended -The inupnary tour of mission fields liieti tlw society is taMn this year formed part of the program The meet- inc tills month van on shipboard bound for the Orient The last home mission Hudjr lessen in Serrinp the 4Cclmlnunil was led by Frances Grin- stead A fureirn mission studr bool will fix- taken up next month to be studied hllr the missionary programs arc also in foreign Jands The meeting nas followed by a weenie -am nrhraalto roast and an Iiouf of sincins college soncs at Lovers Leap where the party stopped on the way Miss Ifcinice Irwin president of the - society went to Fulton today to attend t lhe missionary conference which meets jllierc today tomorrow and ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 15 June 1921

BLAG DAY B CELEBRATED IN COLUMBIA lElks Clubhouse Is Scene of i Annual Entertainment Which Is Well At- tended GEORGE STARRETT TALKS Daughters of American Revolu tion Meet at Belcher Home to Commemorate Day The Elks celebrated Flag Day last sight at their clubrooms in their innuil B Hag Day meeting and the Daughters E cf I lie American Revolution commemorat ed the my yateruay auernoon at me home of Mrs J N Belcher The street in runt of tlie Elks club house nas roped off and Mas an vised theater Chairs placed in the taring the lioue formed the pit The terraces and porches of surrounding bumes filled with spectators made the balconies Window uf neighboring bouse were reserved boxes The Colum bia band sat at the foot of the club house just below the great Elk head nth electric lights on its antlers fac ing the audience After several selections had been play- ed by the band Vance Vandirer chair- tun of the meeting introduced Judge Jack Collier who read a history of the lug The band then ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 15 June 1921

if gfc -- PACE TWO sFRESH WATER SUPPLY OF US S ISDEtlREASlNG SF pTHis Is Decision Reached by Unseryauon i onierence Called by Secretary Herbert Hoovers kJlUST tfEEP KEFUSE OUT p2Fairport Biological Station fe Does Great Work Says - v Dr W C Curtis Up fe on -Ills Return TT Dr V C durlM of ine biolop pirtrnent of the University- has jnst re J turned from a conservation conference for resources of interior waters at the Fisheries Biological Station at Fairport la At the conference called by Her bert Hoover Secretary of Commerce the problems relating to llie conservation - of fresh water in America and the plant and animal life which lives fn fresh wa ter were discussed Remedial measures including principles rather than details of legislative protection of animal and fish life were tafcen up at the confer ence Thefact was brought out at the meet- Ings that the fresh water supply was rapidly decreasing or becoming so pol luted by its ese as an economical and convenient sewage way that th...

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. — 15 June 1921

JVfeww 0 Columbia Society Queen Smith and Miss Elizabeth ciety editors Kill appreciate it if telephone society items bctwecit 2 oclock Telephone 274 ftUovIng motored to Ielii Late to clock thit afternoon for a pic W Marr E C bridegrooms grandparents djr Tandy Sigmnnd Blletiger crn Kimpschmidt Mabel Berry 1 Wright Romola Walter Grace Rose Banks Kathenne Barm 1 Miw Mary Dalton 1219 Eait Broad- ilot Springs Ark Dorothy Hed tna Katherine Sykei and Ray Edward Sutton Francis Hulett Hulett Eugene Sandker Earl Fred Hatton Scott Hughes tmilton J P Estes Tyler liar Tin Cannon and Dudley Miller perons were Mrs N D Erans W Kamrmchmidt Mra H II nd iru Harry Walter They will id by 1 crowd from Fayette at Ike Frederick Dunlap and three chil Iwrence Marian and Richard re in about ten days for Pent licit where they have a cottage il spend the summer months l B Alnxtrdt 211 South Garth will leave neat Monday to join jy at Central Lake Mich where spending the summer Hazel Scarcliff ofHoldcn Mo Juest o...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 15 June 1921

- PAtoEFtHtt - i months 1150 4 months 100 fcOtnsioV the county Year 120 3 pionlhv 120 month 45 cents Payable an ad ranee Member Audit Horenu of Circulation l0i Entered as second class mail matter fog Fill TELEPHONE NUMBERS Jews 271 Advertising and Circulation 53 of nfTHB MIDDLE CLASS JOINS IN I if For a good many years radicals have ofneen predicting the war of the classes kV3y that they meant a struggle between zaplial and labor for domination of the inJidustria world The preliminary finishes of such a war have already lut i fm Bat place both sides have made one grave nisia c in gelling reauy lor uieir war Ecf the classes they have ignored one r i rclass Labor organized Jor attack and capital organized for defense hare fail ed to consider a force greater than er capital or labor the great unorganiz ed middle cla s Lack of organization nhas made the middle class seem power lieu About two years ago in England there was born a Middle Classes Union stand ling for fairness all round and...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 15 June 1921

Phone 55 J Jff m SIMS TURNS IN BEST SCORE Plays 18 Holes in 77 Wins M Trophy Final Match ptfr Tomorrow The second night of the finals in the uidaJ handicap golf tournament was plated off yesterdax the first flight bit jn been finished Monday The third HTgtt ia scheduled to be played this af Iternoon Mark Sims turned in the low score of fine Qualifying round his card showing jittiat he nude the eighteen holes in 77 jJKl aijriion was ow one siroite over fSuns ith 78 while Ben Loeb and Bru i to Hamilton made 81 and Ht respective if in the qualifying round These four nen were placed at scratch by James Pnflm assistant football coach -who has charge of the tournament Other qualifying rounds scores are M 0 Atkinson 96 Ed Koyster 9t Charles Lewis 90 Al Bundschu 96 L iVt Swearingen 96 Charles Krause 99 j 5 j J u rosier 00 jonn ivnxfm iu J Hugh Evans 106 Pbelan placed At Unsons handicap at 9 strokes Rojt Iters 6 Lewis 6 Swearingens 9j i Bundsehus 9 Krauses 9 Fosters 5 Kmgks 10 and Evans li I...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 15 June 1921

UlIFTt HkU ssssssBB Ki Ih n Ktj Sib SSanf aw jisteen thousand young women to roll I- their lis and tell you that the line i - iOTAKIANS FOR DISARMING tJ Interest in International Good Will - wuiBiiiiiuiiiK rraiure tr ItoktJ Pint JJWNutncii Scotland June IS Ro fe jp jIaru imlay plannnl to start a cam Tlmr l1 r inlernalional disarmament MP Frank W Woieneraft of Dallas -Tex Mt is prepared lo introduce the necessary - tesolutlon if the resolutions committee not act Worrncraft was instruct fdoe by ihe Dallas Rotary Club to vrork a- for an inlernalional resolution lo be pre 5 tented to the nalions asking lhat an in- v tsrnitinnal diKumament congress bf railed J Ctar interest in inlernalional good j3 - feeling was the outstanding feature of ihe dsy MJon T jVitronomist Wanted in Honolulu v- -II L Chung IL S in Agriculture p - 1917 has written to Dean F B Mumford y3j the College of Agriculture for mendations for a graduate of the college T to lake a iiosilion as assistant agronomist n in lli...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 16 June 1921

IK BAREFOOT MAN ROBS GUITAR BUILDING HERE Burglar Takes 80 in Cash From Offices and Kimono From Osteopaths Desk PLOODHOUNDSTON TRAIL Prints of Hands and Feet Left on Transoms Will Be Used as Clew for Police BULLETIN Die barefoot robber who ransacked hr offices in the Cuitir Building last night Hat still at large at 330 oclock this afternoon when the bloodhounds were taken off the trail at a point just a little east of the cemetery The men in whose charge the doe were intrust eil decided that it would be best to leave the trail until later in the evening when it becomes cool and when a smaller croud would be present The Guitar Building was robbed last night liy a barefoot burglar wbo took 30 in cash from desks and safes a watch belonging to the grandson of E C Anderson and a kimono from the of fice of Dr I If Murray an osteopath Two bloodhounds belonging to H G Strumpfer of were brought here this afternoon to be used in an ef fort to find the burglar Ivan Shelton and George T Grotjan...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 16 June 1921

r K mft U SCHOLARSHIP GIVEN lath Ohraer Stephen Graduate r Has 962 Arrrase sThe Unirtrtitr of Mlasouri scholar hip which is awarded each year to the senior student at Stephens College who fiTgradualed wilh the best record has been awarded is Miss Hath Ubmer ot Wichita Kan Miss Ohmer made an ttirr cetrentaee of 96M daring her course During the first rear of her kKr school nark the arraje Vas 9373 dur jinj the rear just closed her aierage was 991 During her course at Strphcns j College Mis Ohraer made sixty hours E and seren hours of S plus IPfSjIiM Ohmer ranked high not only In jher class work but also in the Variooi psychological and musical tests given the year In the Thureton rintelligence lest she made a jrade of 100 - This same lest U giverr in practically all Jcf the unimsiliea throughout ihecoun jftry and the reports show that the arrr gyare for the University of Kansas was JO or the rennsyltania College 86 anj the Western College or Women Oxford 0- 82 This comparison shows ho...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 16 June 1921

I 8 si i - Mrs w T Anderson Miss Eva John ston Miss Eva Johnston Mrs W S Dorter Mrs J E Thornton Mrs V W Young Mrs J K Fyfer Mrs A F Neate Mrs Charles Hale Mrs Joe Ea rn Mrs Derby Bass Mrs Frank Thompson Mrs R L Hill Mrs W a Kowrll Jr Mrs PD Pralher Mrs Mary Lee Read Mrs Lida Dumas Mrs Eddie Ellis Miss Julia Sampson Miss Emma Cauthorn Miss Mary Fisher Miss Lucille Ruclrer Miss Frances Denny Miss Mary Cauthorn Miss Frances Now ell Miss Emma Crawford Miss Alma Wilhile Miss Dorothy Dorsey Miss Miry Susan Estes Miu Virginia Hale Miss Margaret Prather Miss Bes sie McAlester and Miss Sabra Niedcr meyer Carden flowers will be used in decorating the house Sr7f3 l VirDinia a ffraduat nf the University in 1919 arrived yester day afternoon from Chicago and will spend a week with relatives here For the last year she has been attending the University of Chicago receiving her masters degree there this June She will return to Chicago to teach in the home economics department during the summer teim...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 16 June 1921

W PAtfEtTOCR THECOLDMBIAEVENING MISSOURIAN Published evema except Sua dav bvthe MwuuiiiD Publishing ciatioiiIoc Jay H tfeff Hall Colum bia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Maxicu SUBSCRIPTION RATES ri rli in advance Yrjr UDOt J months JiOO 3 manias -1 00 By the week 10 cents single copies 5 i cents Br Mill In -Boone CounrvrYear 1X00 - - - rf r 35 monthsS150 4 montJn LO0 Outside the county Tfear HSO uHLlslli7a Mntalll jIC jlab DkKktTa ir IWUtUlHt UMUN 1t STUt I JIMM In idranoe Member Amjit Bureau of Grculatlon V Entered is second class mail matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS Kewa VW 274 Admitting and Grcnlation 55 THE GENTLEMANS GAME Coif is a gentlemans came Of coarse all who carry caddy bags around a course re not gentlemen but then they are not all golfers if a man sticks to the game long enough to became a golfer r be is very likely to become a gentleman ind may become a golfer Emerson rays that repose and cheer- fulness are the badge f a gentleman repose in energy The primary rules of golf are to...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 16 June 1921

I Phone SS 2ft ze Field of ort BOXERS BEGIN FINAL TRAINING rinse and Carpcnlicr in Fine Physical Condition for Fight The critical period of the training of Jick Defnpscy and Georges Carpentler Jul arrived according So opens of the mining of the boxing fraternity for lieir fifhf Jul 2 Tlie manner in which die champion and challenger are handled for the neat ten daya will mean a gre seal The fighters will be handled care filly between now and June 30 After June 20 it will be the task of -the train ers to prime them up for the fight bar Jog already built them up to a point ef physical fatness Both Dempery and Carpentier are in fne physical condition at the present time It will be the aim of the trainers sot to overtrain their charges from now en Kearns and Dcscamps barb shown that they ate afraid of thivjudging from the manner in which they hue been handling their men of late It is the general conception that Car pentier has not been doing a terrible lot of hard work that be has been t...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 16 June 1921

4STIIIElirr tfl3fSMlVTSIMSfW Pi 3 - 11--X 2 -- - - - -- - s - r - - ran v rtrf S KAfJE SIX fci STURGEON NOTES IMn J T Troas of MoTm tIv iris the i tmf lir mnlhr Wirti tli i --v- - -- -- - jjtf Woods last week -Miss Kuth Bosh mJm is working inj 4 1- 1 I- - Ci I e ificrorana Rlcm fc wfc m iuicvu VTIIU HCT jUICTJia jfe iillnslon HaMns went nn a short trip lillissrs Mary and Julia Miller of 4 Jntralia visited their grandmother x jure iiciuc jiijucr K wcck Mis CeraUine Ifulen has Rone to attend summer school A 0 Harrison and daughters Jljrtloilllc Oils visitrd relatives Fturpron recently Mrs J T Ilendrii of IlallsriUr visit- JSV ril ricnJs Jicrr Saturday -Mr and Mrs Tom Steward of Van- dalia vfcitcd Mr and Mrs Warren jleward Tuesday v Va Ettljn Fountain of Fayette has VJJn visiting Mr and Mrs Wallace Tejmutir Mr and Mrs William Prowell went -to Marshall Monday to isit Mrs Judab jMllinrnillan wlio was very ill Mrs Mllinliollan died Saturday morning f AUin Street came home last week -from ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 17 June 1921

r r HUGHES BUSY ON A TREATY WITH GERMANY Is Considering Problem From 2 Angles To Restrict Ver sailles Pact or Make Separate Peace FIRST PLAN IS FAVORED Association of Nations Draft Is Ready for President Hard ing Ignores Other Covenants Bf Um14 frtu Waiuicion June 17 With Con gress moving slowly toward a declaratory Hate of peace Secretary Hughes today was understood to be studying the ques tion of a peace treaty with Cermany lie is understood to be considering the problem on the basis of one of the following courses being takeiiafter Con tress has declared a stale of peace 1 Adopting the Versailles Treaty wild the League corenant stricken out and modifications and resolutions addpl ed necessary lo meet the objections of the administration 2 Negotiating a separate treaty of peace with Cermany Scrrrtary Hughes is known to faror the firt course and is said to be studying reservations which will allow Americas acceptance of the Versailles pact x ioainas or nations it t J Vmtlrd JVM WAs...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 17 June 1921

1 i jj M LPAGEtTWl T i r awaay 4- n JJ MMIULL IMu JIUTT lWSFiBnp MSSS1 t II IISSW I Mil Hi iHi SSSSSSS1 SSS1 asMHSSSSSMH JtPWBBWSKVVi sssmaiWi j jTi jigB Mfm T4tlgAl iH ssssMfessfw BgfcJMl JBaaBBmblgBaaiZiaf HiSSatslHaT fs2aili1lwaflB -T WgggE -- From a Photograph Taken br George Bales a Irtitcrtuj Student JTno FlttaSttr the CUy FUI Y U Taylor Ifeineiiaj Afternoon FARMERS LOSE HEAVILY FROM FIELD PESTS Estimated That Insects Cause Loss of More Money in State Than Market Fluctuations ALL COUNTIES AFFECTED Hessian -Fly and Chinch Bug Are the Chief Offenders This Season Faorahlc for Them Chinch btfs anil Hessian flies hate Capitol Grounds Tlie State Capitol Otmmission Board at its meeting in Jefferson City this wrel outlined tlie worl for whichfi0 000 will be used tn improving the Capi tol grounds according to E TV Stepb ens rliairman of tbc board Landmann his bettn put in charge of tbri work f Asphalt drivewa i and concrete walks caused more loss in dollars to the farm- 0 jw put onhc g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 17 June 1921

- - News of Columbia Society I b Hits Queen Smith end Mia Elizabeth Afte society editors Kill appreciate it if i you vill telephone society items between 9 and 12 oclock Telephone 274 Mis Martha Johnson and Miss Bertha Johnson 1306 liosemary lane entertain ed villi a line party at the Columbia Theater this afternoon in honor of Miss W James of Oklalioma City and Mrs Mode Payne of Kultoru Tlie other guests were Mrs W K Stone Mrs J E Hibee Mrs Alex Bradford Mrs D A Rsbaett Mrs Ella D Taylor Miss Eliza beth Ranson Mrs Tom Payne Miss KiU Ellins Miss Estelle Bradford Miss Martha Gertrude Payne Miss Betty Ann Payne and Datid Mode Payns Alter the matinee the guests enjoyed refreshments at lite home of the hostesses Miss Ethel Ses who lias been the guest of Mr and Mrs John Sykes Sll Rollins street will leave nett Wednesday for Washington D C She will viit there and also in Boston before going to New York where she will be in school at Columbia University during the sum mer months Mrs Leonar...

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