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H. S. Cagers Defeated by Visitors-Boys 23-10 Girls, 16-11 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

IL H S. S n Cace-n Defeated by Visitor Boys 23 10 3 23 GirU 16 11 The girls girls' and boys boys' basketball earns teanis of Centralia High School hool were ere both defeated at Chance Gymnasium at Centralia last night in a double- double doublehead doubleheader leader header head r with Uh the teams from Higbee High School The boys were de de- defeated defeated de- de defeated 23 10 and the girls 16 18 to t 11 The girls' girls game was the fastest of the two and afforded the best entertainment for the fairly large crowd of spectators toTS The entraIls Centralia team was lending 3 to 2 at the quarter quarter ter and 7 to 4 at the th half but in the third quarter the th visiting team forged ahead to lead 8 to 7 and finished with the score 16 to 11 11 The Centralia boys were leading 6 to 4 at th the first quarter but the Higbee five took the lead soon af after af- af after after ter and easily held it for lor the re remainder re- re remainder remainder of the game The Cen- Cen trails ...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Miss Tollefson to Have Guests [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

Miss MiM to Have Hare Ba G. G O Miss Maude of the eo c ty Health Unit here will have r. r her guests luesta tomorrow Miss Pearl lie Iver state director of public h nursing Miss Minnie Strove to Miss Mclver McIver Mita Mi Mi Lata Olson city nurse at Jefferson cn- cn and Miss liss Eleanor Keeley of tb Boone County Hospital tal

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Centralia Bank Board Elected [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

I Centralia Bank Rank Board Bord Elect The stockholders of the Bank Bant el of Centralia met Jan 8 I. I and elect the following as members of ot tbt board J. J R R. Brown C. C H H. Early a. a L. L Hope W. W I. I Keene R. R p. p L. L T. T Skaggs and A. A E. E Early

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O. Carden Dies at Home near Hers [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

O. O Carden Garden Dies at t Home Near Nes Oliver G. G Carden farmer who lived on Rural Route 6 6 died at hit hIa ii home hom yesterday afternoon at I 33 o'clock l e e is survived by hU hJ wid widow ow 09 Mrs Sarah H. H Carden Funeral pun arrangements have not yet been Made nade

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Untitled [Newspaper Advertisement] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

I When In Inc c doubt cI I bt use us Want a Want Ad i l- l lo o I d WALK SOFTLY AND- AND ANDI iJ II I 01 or p F k- k kI I s I Pleased d to meet rn ct VOLT ou i j Your happy Isar SI MJ r Youre You're Y au re n i 1 n f rc IC c nj J pretty On Goody tar I Ii J Keep a between you and extra They ha have V that the jolts and jars of life hi there style And they wear ear like To walk right feel your best and a laundry bill bi 11 look even better step out on rubber You Yau can tell t ll how v good they are by bythe byI heels tire their wearers the fact that more people walk on but rubber gives and lifts and c Goodyear Wingfoot H ls than on helps any other kind Kind faced shoe And of all rubber heels the repairman puts them on in a ones you want are arc Goodyear jilT iff New Ne' pair of Goodyear Wingfoot Heels They have Wingfoot Heels today t I 1928 11 by Th Tel Goodu Tin TU's 4 Co luc lac t I Charter No 1770 Reserve District No Report of condition of the th BOONE COUNTY NATIONAL BANK B L of ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

THE TUE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN MISSOURIAN SATURDAY JANUARY 12 1929 PAO AO T i Side Glances I. I 1 iL s- s sf f MCA r rOh u a AT orr Oh I think he hes he's s terribly handsome Didn Didn't t you see him in Love

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News of Columbia Society [Newspaper Article (weddings)] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

L I News of J Columbia Society I Women's CLUB CALENDAR Organizations I Monday will meet mett at the thene Readers The Mrs G. G D. D Edwards bO south ne le of 01 Ninth Street at 7 30 p p. p.m. m. m to the Boone Women's Medical soci SocietY ty will me meet t tat county of Mrs S. S D. D Smith at the home borne Broadway at 2 30 p. p 1404 ast JO Y W W. C C. C A A. Cabinet University 4 r Lowry Hall lall at 5 p p. p m m. meet at professional Wom Wom- Women and nd Business will meet at p. p m. m Club ens en's rooms club at the Gordon Circle CircleS Mary will meet at Daughters of sings KingS the home of Mrs p. p m. m at 1202 Wilson Wikon Av A- prank S St. St Clair critic stephens College Club meeting postponed has Leen en Mothers U Will ill UIt War W n at the home It 2 30 p. p p p. m m. at t mt Nowell 1425 Paris Pans or o Mrs W W. B B. Road goad Tuesday Tue Y Chapter of the Del Del- Delphian Delphian Beta Alpha will meet me-et at 2 30 SoCiety p. p m. m at the Preb Presbyterian Stu- Stu Stude...

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At the Hospitals [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

I At the Hospitals I Carl Fredrickson was admitted yes yes- yesterday Ida Cannon Norvell flail DaB James Cook Wilson Norman Franklin Wooster Ralph Peacock Evelynn Hoar Paxton Keeley and andI I Lynn Roach were discharged yester- yester yesterday day Boone ne County Katheryn Foster was discharged disch I yesterday

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Mainly About People [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

I Mainly About People I R R. F F. who ho has been in Columbia on business returned to St Sl Louis yesterday Frank trank Gibbs left yesterday for Mexico Mo to isit visit his brothers and sisters Francia Baird went to St St. Louis yesterday I Misses Pin Phyllis Ills Clay and Peggy Al- Al Alves Alves Alyes I ves yes of the Pi Beta Phi house went II I to Kansas City yesterday Jack Curtright returned to his home in Centralia yesterday L R R. Short who has been in Co Co- Columbia Columbia Co- Co Columbia lumbia the last Jast few days went to St St. Louis yesterday I Frances Berry left yesterday for fori I i Mexico Mo Jason Rogers who made several I talks to students In tn the School of Journalism yesterday returned to I I I Kansas r ansas City yesterday

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Real Estate Transfers [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

t Real Estate Transfers I Harry S S. Rowland and wife toGra- toGra to Gra- Gra Gradie Gradie die White and wife NEU and 50 11 NEi NE Ora A A. Searcy to Nancy J J. J Searcy NE pt Lot 30 original town of Co Co- Columbia Cot lumbia Mo

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Harman to Speak at Conferences [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

I i Harman Hannan to Speak at Conferences K G G. Harman field held crops specialist of the College of Agriculture will be bethe 1 the principal speaker at four district limestone and clover conferences in Cole County on Jan 21 22 The I meetings s. s which will be at Russell- Russell i i yule ville Brazito Wardsville and St St. StThomas Thomas will be preliminaries to the wide county-wide clover and prosperity conference to be held in Jefferson City early in February

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W. D. Jones Slightly Improved [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

i I W. W v. v D D. Jones Slightly Improved W W. D D. Jones who has been seri serl- seriously seriously ill at his home four miles south- south southwest southwest southwest west of Columbia rested well last night and seems to be better today

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Radio Programs [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

I Radio Programs n I. I I Among Tonight's Best Programs 1 6 64 A A Week of the Worlds World's s Bus Busi- Busi- Busi Business ness NBC to W and SM Godfrey 7 Godfre odfrey Ludlow violinist NBC to W 7 1 National Orchestra Coast to Coast NBC System 7 Sam 30 sam Herman x xylophonist NBC to 8 Works of Great Composers NBC to Mildred Mildrd 8 30 Mildred Hunt soprano NBC to Strike Dance Orches Orches- 9 Lucky Lucky 1 i tra NBC to and WOW 10 0 Ponce Sisters NBC to and WOW 10 0 15 Park 15 PITA Central Hotel Orchestra NBC to Tomorrows Tomorrow's s Best B st Programs Copyright 1929 b by United Press Pr ss WOR Newark N N. J J. J 2 CST Philharmonic S Symphony Orchestra EAF and Network 6 CST CST CST- Botch songs Reinald and Network 7 Col 15 Col Colliers liers hers Radio Hour and Network 8 15 CST Nina Nina Morgana soprano and Fred Patton baritone Mondays Monday s Best Programs and Network 6 30 CST CST CST- Roxy and His Hii Gang OR WOR and Network 7 CST- CST The Music i Room WOR and Network 8 30 CST...

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Untitled [Newspaper Advertisement] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

1 Now we have a real public steno steno- stenographic stenographic graphic system Get oar our rates I I TYPEWRITER SERVICE CO All makes bought and sold 17 N N. St St. fp p 1 I I i 1 H I i LAWN GRASS I 4 This is s the t he season of the year ear to sow your lawns lans e We e have ha a fresh supply of seed I BOONE COUNTY MILL The Convenient Place to Trade I Ii i A A Cause C ause for f or Youth Y out h 4 4 i t will viII be the subject of Miss Holts Holt's lesson 4 1 At I 4 f i a. a ID J ii At t The BURRALL BIBLE CLASSi CLASS i i. i 1 i i I Ij j USE USEI I Daltons Dalton's Coal I I Tried Proven Economical I tI t ILLINOIS COAL Dalton Coal Co 1 l 10 1 10 A I I II 4 4 I t A Delightful I eli Sunday Dinner inner I l I Special S. S peca I Duck D uc k Dinner D- D Inner 7 ac aci i Our Re Regular ular Dinner i ii i 1 MUELLER'S CAFE 1 Broadway Broad at Tenth I I 3 i j O 1928 r CJ S durec Js I lure s A. A i f Winter u and here are just the skates to wear The perfect fit and correct bal bal- balanc...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

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Giving without Pauperizing [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

Giving Without Pauperizing In its Ita effort to aid the needy of Columbia and to help h lp them to become independent the Public Welfare Society is Sa performing Dl a s service which should receive the whole whole- wholehearted hearted d support of the community During the last 1st year ear earbe the be society expended in relieving the wants of worthy 11 needy families in personal service and in ad administrative ad- ad costs costa of running the organization This amount does do not include the Conley Poor Fund which I the society administered also Monday solicitors will renew the Public Welfare drive for funds in an attempt to complete the budget for I 1989 A turn sum of remains to be raised A com corn comparatively small amount to be sure lure but a sum vital to the Public Welfare Society's work and the welfare of Columbia This year ear the ion is Ia attempting to increase its budget to in order that its ita 11 work may be carried on without borrowing at the dole close of the yea...

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It Will Still Taste Good [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

It t Will Still Taste Good I Herman Berman professor of physical chemistry I j blasts the idea Ides that softening need destroy the taste of I our water Prof statement is 15 L not based upon 11 opinion but upon knowledge Proper aeration he says i it Sa more mor Important In iD determining the drinking DI qualities of water like that In our city than mineral minerai content bin though tb Prof advocates an experimental I plant before adopting a municipal plant be he does dOM not DOt do doso does i so es from fear that softening will destroy the drinking properties of our water ter He advises this test to deter deter- determine determine I mine how bow rapidly the precipitate will settle after alter the chemical baa has been added This information is II necessary sary essy because the ste s1 of settling tanks tub is Ia of vital importance tance to the soda lime ash uh I I Prof statement is one ODe of many that in in- in indicates ecate cates that objection to a a. water softening plant...

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A Little Virtue Remains [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

A Little Virtue Remains I The first ant bill introduced into the State tt Legislature this aoa and aDd by br the Senate SeDate has bu been passed by the I House after souse some changing The bill to increase salaries el 01 elective state officers will wW now be referred back to the Senate for foe that body's acceptance As Aa the bill has hu been amended by the House the theof alary of the governor and fire flys other officers will wUl be beabout Increased about each Gov Baker last Jut year drew rr o Secretary of State Becker State Auditor Thompson State Treasurer Stephens and I the general attorney The House Ecu reduced the Uis proposed salaries from S for the governor and to the other elective officers to 1000 NO for the governor and aDd IO for the others While those thole who think that the salaries of these the of officials of- of should have M been bem raised railed to the original figures I win WID be disappointed there U Is virtue still left In the bill biD This lisa lies in S...

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A State in the Dark [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

I A State in the DarkA Dark A bill bW has baa been offered in l the Nebraska Legislature I which if adopted would provide for a heavy penalty on oni ox i iy i any aD y piper paper which should publish any news of the state stab C government before it it was flU officially given liveD to the press pres C by bJ state stati officials If it was never given to the press pre I in Sa this way it could not DOt b be b. published Such bills have been offered before in tn different states state a asad sad and nave have been defeated It Is Sa doubtful If U such a law lai V would be declared by the Supreme Court It la Is quite plainly In violation of the Bill flu of Rights in Ix 1 Zie be Federal Constitution which guarantees I the freedom freedon 1 Af of the press prill I But if It were constitutional would it be a good goos I thing for the people of Nebraska It would put the th e state slate government in a position where it would have al almost al- al 1 most absolute power It has been quite tr...

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Spiking a "Whispering Campaign" [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

I Spiking a Whispering Campaign Rumors without foundation have been heard here to the effect that the spinal meningitis Us epidemic had hd broken out in Columbia It is time that these th ae rumors be spiked and discarded as worthless Other Oher than furnishing an admirable foundation for a whispering campaign they are without a vestige of truth Columbia need n d have no fear of spinal meningitis there th re is not nor has there been b n a single case either in Columbia or Boone County Whether those philanderers in good Rood taste and good Rood judgment have ha begun the rumors because of the cheap prestige reverting r to the bearer of exclusive and in interesting in- in interesting news or whether they have gossiped as a part of a whispering campaign to force the closing of the University through aroused public sentiment we do not know In either case the practice should be regarded as poor taste on the part of the gossiper and disregarded entirely Local health authorities merit the ...

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