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Elected Pastor of Centralia Church [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

Elected E ted c-ted Pastor of entraIls hurch hurc The Rev R v. v C C. Allen Alln Burrus of Van- Van cila ll d a vas as ns pastor o of the C n of be- be nun Mardi March 1 1 at a meeting of the th board of o th Church Monday londay 1 night

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Missouri First in Growing of Strawberries [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

I I MISSOURI FIRST FIRSTIN IN GROWING GRONG GRO NG OF STRAWBERRIES STRA 1927 Fruit Shipped to Cities in U. U S. S and Canada APPLE PRODUCTION HIGH Horticulture Professor Says Orchards Should Be Sprayed Now I According to the 1927 state farm I crop report Missouri is the leading i I producer of strawberries in the Unit Unit- United led I ed cd States and in that year ear shipped I directly to cities in ln the time United I States and Canada In Missouri strawberries rank second in m malue alue value 1 I among the commercial 1 horticultural products A bulletin bull recently r issued and written by F F. L. L Thomsen and G G. B B. Thorne of the Missouri Col Col- College College lege of Agriculture points out that great improvement in marketing methods in ill Missouri l has been made with the localization of producing areas in m the Ozarks Besides strawberries stra Missouri 1 ranks high in m apple production According to estimates it costs only 75 cents to plant a tree When it is one year...

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

Linden I BarniE Barme Rice suffered a slight par par- paralytic paralytic paralytic stroke last week I Mr and Mrs rs Omer Orner Maxwell and their mother Mrs James Maxwell left Thursday for their home in Haines Ore after a two-months two visit with C. C C C. Maxwell and family and other relatives They expect to visit relatives in Oklahoma Texas and Arizona on their return trip I O O. C C. Roby shipped forty fat hogs to St St. Louis Tuesday Ray visited Frank ank Stephens St and family of New Franklin Tuesday I night Miss liss Edna Calvin visited Mrs l CIa CIa- Claton ton of Boonville over the week end II Mr and Mrs frs Ed B B. Maxwell 1 vis visited vis- vis visited relatives in Howard County re re- re reI I i Ray spent sp nt the week-end week with Mr and Mrs l Le LeiS Les L iS lS Brushwood in Columbia I Ralph Rice is home from Arkansas where he has been the last three months working for the government George Harper mail mall carrier earner on onI I Route 1 out of Huntsdale was un un- ...

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Modern Jesse James and His Captors [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

I I j I Modern Jesse James and His Captors I I 1 I I 5 S 1 s1 i. i r One of or the th greatest Missouri url manhunts since the day s da s 's of se Je-se J it f e James Jam came a me to end cad nd when wh-n Ei Kit Brooks Brook left Ifft and his son Harry C. C n e of near Calwood captured Tom Davis 25 23 leader of the t n t trio that lied hed hf d up UJ u uthe the First National Bank of Mexico Mo and fled with i h Davis suf suffering suf- suf suffering ur- ur fering from pneumonia after hiding in the woods is shown hon fn In the inset Another of the bandits was captured and the third Killed hilled by a posse po se

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Alumnus is Publicity Director [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

I Alumnus Is Publicity bli it Director I W. W W W. AM A. A M. M IJ 2 2 has hasI I I been appointed director d rector of publicity for the Col Cole County Boy BoyI j I I Scouts of America according to a aj j notice in the Jefferson City Capitol CapitolI i News N ws Mr Gibbany v s we s graduated I from the 1 School of Education in 1 1918 received the degree deg of ot B B. J J. J in j 1921 and completed requirements r ns j J for a Masters lasters degree de ree in 1022 1 2 At present he is working in the tI e State S ate Department of or Education at Jeffer- Jeffer Jefferson Jefferson j son City Mrs ts Gibbany formerly j I Eliza Eiza J J. J Henderson wes vvs w s graduated d from the School of Education in i 1 1919 19 and at present pr is librarian at ati i Hickman High School

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

When in d doubt bt use a Want Ad I TRUSTEES TRUSTEE'S S LD I NOTICE TICE i WHEREAS Sl S. Rosa Roi-a RO l L L. Edv Edwards ards a widow by her certain cle d ded d of trust elated dated the lith day of or M. M l 1918 1018 j I I and recorded record d in the 1 OtrIC of the th I Recorder of D cds of Leone Boon n County C Count I Missouri in Mortgage Record Bool BooI at Page j I conveyed to undersigned as 88 trustee the described real estate lying being ai situate in Boone County Missouri Ml wit to-wit 00 t Ten 10 acres the east halt half haltof ha of the west half of the south south- sout I east cast quarter of the northwest i quarter of section 10 10 Town Township ship Forty-eight Forty 48 48 Range RanKe Twelve 12 In trust truet trU t to secure the payment 01 a 1 promissory note in g uj m deed d ed of trust described and Whereas Wheres said note is due and un u. unpaid paid default having been made ic the payment thereof Now Therefore in pursuance ol ot the terms of said deed of trust a...

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

1 1 r THE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN FRIDAY 11 Ii JANUARY 1929 io M i I Parent Parent- Teacher Parent Teacher Associations I I n. n Salesman S m By Small u n r p I ULO S OE-S t 6 Gee LOOK T u L l t I 44 pE ouR MAM NoTe SOMe ERE LtV o TW GOODS gt UKE k Kisses tES St-tES S. S S.e. e. e o p. i WA eRe WHAT s WAT WWI S t SE 5 O N 00 50 E S s e. e W C c 7 I LL I 2 4 r r Freckles and His Friends Bl B os f I. I IJ I O T WHY ILL GOT GOTA C D L NO T TIOU IOU sk A T GO GG LJ A LOT OP OF TAT FAT JUST La WE rr Do I LN sc yot J LEFT 11 k z jl I

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Will Present Bill to Curb Lawlessness [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

WILL win PRESENT BILL TO CURB LAWLESSNESS tA Rep Krause Proposes Measures Against Bombing ASKS DEATH PENALTY Other Provisions Strike at Racketeering and Banditry JEFFERSON CITY Jan 11 UP An An aroused Missouri citizenry to today to- to today today day was in action against racketeer racketeer- racketeering ing and bombing the pastimes of gangland on the battleground of the State Legislature As the terrorism of gang war spread through Kansas City and St. St Louis and was found in smaller cities of the state legislators moved to halt the rapid spread of criminality Following the introduction ot of a bill yesterday by Representative e J. J Mar Mar- Marvin Marvin Marj vin j Krause of St. St Louis which would make bombing a capital offense Rep Rep- Representatives Representatives Williams and Miller of St. St Louis Lows today had a bill prepared against racketeering Representative c Krause in his bill bUl provides a death penalty as a max max- maximum maximum punishment and thirty years ...

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Rocheport H. S. Club Elects [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

Rocheport H. H S. S Club Elects Elect Ele tl Carl Rapp was elected president of the English club of the Roche- Roche Rocheport Rocheport Rocheport port High School at a meeting of the club Monday night Other of officers of- of officers chosen cho en for the coming year car were Vice president Frank secretary and treasurer Miss l Opal Smith

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German Club Gets Elaborate Cake as Christmas Greeting [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

German Club Gets Elaborate Cake as Christmas Greeting A picture ure of cake ke representing the friendship hip of Germany and the Unit Unit- United United United ed States was received ed r yesterday by bythe bythe bythe the German Club as a Christmas gift from ro Germany The cake was sent by Arthur Voigt a manufacturer of 01 Koenigsberg who was in Columbia two years ago and I became acquainted with the club members in the University He has been an honorary member ever since The cake cak was wa sent in care of Henry G. G Kroehler secretary of the German Club On one side sid in fine detail is lS the castle of Koenigsberg I bearing the he t German flag and on the other a modern skyscraper pre pre- presumably presumably modeled after the Flatiron Flatiron I Building Flying between the two is isa isa t a Zeppelin copied after the Graf Ora t Zeppelin The background is of I white icing and the c buildings are also ot at t icing tinted ed to natural brown shades thades hadl s. s In diagona...

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Joins Post-Dispatch Staff [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

n. n I Joins Po Post Dispatch Staff C. C K B. B 13 J. J 20 I formerly political reporter for the Chicago Daily Journal has left the I staff to join the staff of ot the St. St Louis Post Di

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To be Choked with Concrete [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

I To Be Choked With Concrete I L se E L LA A view of the the- canyon anon of or the Colorado r r w lo r work will i ill il soon oon be started on the Boulder lam Dam the greatest rin undertaking k int since the Panama Canal anal a nat This ibis gf gigantic antic chasm will be lu filled ith a mammoth con con- concrete conI concrete crete dam to a height of feet The work stork will cost 04 o I t. t

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Bad Teeth and Tonsils Lower Child's Weight [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

BAD TEETH AND A TONSILS LOWER CHILDS CHILD'S WEIGHT Other Causes Indicated Also in Examination at Benton School I SHOULD HAVE MORE MILK MILKA A Fourth of Underweight Children Are Older Than Classmates In examination of the thirty thirty- seven s en underweight ight children in Ben Ben- Benton Btu Benton ton School made by Dr F. F C. C Sug- Sug Suggett Suggett gett ett and Mrs Adde Kempton health nurse a comprehensive study of causes and conditions has been made The causes according ftc to Mrs Kimpton were wert Fourteen t ourt cn of the children had certain ct enlarged r glands twelve e had bad teeth cbs dis diseased d i- i eased tonsils were wen found in twenty five did not get enough sleep four had defective ears pars and one ne child had an organic heart lesion In n nI I five cases casts constipation seemed to be one one of the chief causes ea uses Eight Ei ht children drink no milk mUk and seven sten others drink only small quan- quan One child did not drink enough water In four ...

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P. T. A. Discusses Training Habits [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

T. P.-T. A. A DISCUSSES TRAINING HABITS Main Topic Is Self Reli ance and Self Con of Child The conduct of the grown child chUd is determined by the training he h re receives re- re receives ves from infancy on according accordini to the discussion on Self Reliance and a d I Self Control of the Child ChUd at a meet meet- meeting m meeting t- t ting ing yesterday of the Lee e School Teacher Parent Par Association Reading Circle I Mrs E. E L. L Cox spoke on Self Control of the Child It Strength of I character may be said to be win will willpower rower power orr and self restraint self con j ti-el ti must n be bf kept in to the foreground fo round of all n 11 training t ra of the thud child Mrs Cox said Mrs J. J T. T Quinn in her talk on Self reliance of the Child stated that if the parent began t n training the II child In tn regular habits in infancy a self reliance would be bt pt that would last through old age ag Mrs Irs A. A B F. F in discussing I Training the Mental Habits of or t...

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To Give Thrift Week Programs [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

TO GIVE THRIFT WEEK PROGRAMS Teacher Parent-Teacher I Will Hold Meetings i j Jan 17 and 18 j The The- Pa Teacher Parent Associations of ot II I Columbia ure ore sponsoring the ob- ob 55 nn fr of National Thrift Week W k by having thrift programs at their week week- weekly weekly ly Iy meetings on Jan 17 Each year an effort is made to extend through all the months the thought of thrift a n roused aroused during January Thrift Week V tk was AS first observed td in 1916 as 8 part of the ft program of at the war I The Teacher Parent Por Teacher t-Teacher Association believes be That Tha t we e should do all an in I our power to exemplify in ourselves I and in our children the ideas of thrift that we should systematically I order our lives hv s so 80 that we do not notI waste time Home and school gar gar- gardens aard gardens I dens d ns should be encouraged fn as a. thrift measures according to The Missouri Bulletin of f the Teacher Parent-Teacher As As- O. O II Five Ft regular r-gular ...

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Democrats Nominate Stigall [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

Democrats Nominate Kigali I ST. ST JOSEPH Mo Jan 11 U U. Us Mayor Louis Louts V. V of St at Jo Jo- Joseph seph was placed J in nomination by f the Democrats late yesterday as aa the successor to the late Charles Charlea L. L Faint Pa- representative e in Congress from the Uw fourth district Stigall will e opp David W. W Hopkins superintendent of schools here who was nominated by the Republican committee n U

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

I CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING 1 Cent a Word a Day 6 Days For a Word Phone 55 65 n. n I L- L L- L The ne Columbia 1 a of The of New News News- Newspaper Man- Man paper aimer which Includes include leading new news news- Acers agers ell throughout th Ui country coun tr and anet rt nD OT the elimination of for It its Ita aim fraudulent and nd ml leading classified The Columbia nan a well a II as every other mem- mem bet of the Association tatt on endeavors to L print only OY truthful Want Ads Ada and will win appreciate having hanDI Its Ita attention called to any not con con- conforming forming to the highest t. standards of M. M J. J G. G BABB Investment nt Securities S Tat Tut Tiger TI r Hotel First Mortgage 6 t Bonds Bond M IOS-M Exchange e Nati Bank flank Bide Phone 1862 I I G. G H. H WALKER V CO 1 I St. St Louis I Mo M I INVESTMENT EST SECURITIES Members M n New York St. St Louis Louill and Chicago o Stock Stork Exchanges Investment val val- values values val val- Knowledge Kno as to ...

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

THE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN FRIDAY JANUARY 11 11 1929

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

HOUSE BOUSE CARES FOR CRIPPLES IN IX RESOLUTION from Pae hie ODe Os TIle provides for the ro- ro roto to have headquarters in inthe Inthe the state te capitol capital and to furnish and 1 keit bI available for peace officers in in- information in information formation necessary for the de de- detection de- de of crime ertme and identification of criminals The 1 bill biD declared the police force Is I necessary for the immediate I. I preservation of the public peace and I safety my and carries an emergency clause snaking making it effective on passage i I iI Pay Bill BID in ID Delay pIn Again Although a measure was flU passed by byu I Ithe the tbt u House BoUIe yesterday to increase state I elective officers officers' salaries the bill billis billIs billIs is not DOt expected to pass pus the Senate in InIta its Ita present form Senate leaders pre pre- predicted today The me House Bouse cut the heart out of the theu 1411 u late yesterday by eliminating the th emergency cr clause and r...

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John Curry, 14, is Found Guilty [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

JOHN CURRY 14 IS FOUND GUILTY Jury JUlY rw Recommends Life Imprisonment Trial Imprisonment Trial of Hess Hes Begun YORK RK Pa Jan 11 John cUp John 14 It 14 second defendant in the I witchcraft slaying of Nelson Reh- Reh meyer year old recluse was found I guilty IQ tJ of ot first degree murder by a jury jw today The e jury recommended u. u Imp ment WIllert Hess Bela It II 1 third defendant for f the murder was brought br into court as u soon lOOn as the Curry Jury filed flied out at 1045 10 45 o'clock this morning Haroy Gross on supplemented W. W W. W Van Vim Baman man at the defense counsel table and aDd Hess Bees trial began at 11 o o'clock o 0 o'clock clock fifteen minutes after Currys Curry's trial ended aDded

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