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Is Elected Vice-President [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

IS ELECTED VICE-PRESIDENT VICE H. H T T. Poindexter Chosen by Episcopal Student Staden Center C Corporation H H. T T. Poindexter of Kansas City was elected vice-president vice of the Episcopal Student Center Corpora Corpora- Corporation Corporation tion for the diocese of west Missouri at a meeting of the organization yes yes- yesterday yesterday yesterday afternoon in addition to the following officers who ho were elected for the entire state President Frank Rollins president ice Richard C C. C Beckett secretary A A. R R. Troxell treasurer Lawrence Dorsey Mr Poindexter r and the Rev J J. J B B. DeWolf Kansas City members of ci the corporation will vill ill present the situation of the student work here and the need for funds at the Coun Coon Council Council cil cit of the Diocese of West Missouri in Kansas City Tuesday

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Centralia H. S. Contestants [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

H. H 8 S. Contestant Contestants in tim the annual anna 1 Medal Contest held by High School on Washington day were chosen Thursday are Freshmen Helen Rob ftc and Billy Carlburg sop Charles Fordyce and Virginia juniors Bert Doty and andWard andWard Ward seniors Clyde Louise Wisman Wisman-

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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John C. Stapel is Club President [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

I John C C. Stapel Stal Is I. Club Pr John C C. Staple graduate o School of Journalism in 19 elected president of the p Community Club recently fer first six months of 1929 The Theer er officers are as follows ident Id nt W W. C C. Hanly secretary 0 Clifton

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Untitled [Newspaper Advertisement] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

FLU GRa F LU- LU GR 1 Check before it S sr Rub on on- on inhale on-inhale inhale yap va s I- I 4 t 4 t 1 1 i Me M i y 5 i 4 4 i 1 The Tailor 4 4 i 4 4 5 4 i 18 Past Years With i I I I I 1 Sykes Broadhead I 4 4 4 I 4 I II I I f Fine Fine Tailoring and andI I jj i i iI I I I Altering I Ii I i Next door to the i I i Columbia i I Telephone Co 4 i i I II I C I Lost anything Phone 55 5 4 t Ii Our 0 ur 1 t it I Sunday j II I 1 I 1 Special j 1 will WI ell be b e 1 ill U Peach 1 1 II 1 Ice 4 t 11 1 Cream CreamS j 4 1 i guaranteed 4 I f to please Pease I 1 1 CENTRAL j I 4 4 4 ill i DAIRY 4 4 j Phones 11 i 1 1300 tit I t 1 Ii A Sunlight If I Sanitary Factory I 1 i H t 4 l I i MISSOURI Monda londa Monday Tuesday and Wednesday JANE and GINGER GINER ROGERS Direct from the he t Paramount Theater N. N Y Cit City Also O Other Oher Big L 2 Ad Acts s of Vaudeville audeville and and and- SUBMARINE i IN SOUND SOl D. D o. o I- I I I Only one full day daJ dayto to Florida j F it io- io E Save Saoe time wh...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article (masthead)] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

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The Way of Our World [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

I I The Way Wa of Our World Ii Tennis balls will be colored a vivid iud I Karlet this spring King Tut famous dog clog movie actor has had his face lifted Italy has established its lint first Ju- Ju Juvenile Ju u venue venile court in Milan Mexico has adopted the metric system of weights and measures Cost of or maintenance of French roads is fourteen times that in m 1913 A pearl diver near Sydney N. N S S. S.W. S.w. W. W found a pearl valued at A Boston man stopped a run a runaway runaway way horse hon e tv v chasing it in his taxi China has only about one mile of railroad for every square miles nules of its era A thief smashed a window in Harrisburg Pa to get gt ge a 25 woman womans woman's s wig A newly found document says sa sav that Christopher Columbus was born near Madrid Spain Trained Chinese maids have ha ha e re replaced re- re replaced placed colored maids on sonic some w wes wes- western ex extern tern railroads A year old woman in Santa Ana Cal from leprosy y twilled will...

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And some Humor [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

ANt ANn AND SOME bOME HUMOR HIMOR Hl First Schoolmaster Have e you any I abnormal boys bos in your class Second Ditto Vitto Yes two they both have ha ha e excellent manners

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Comments on Life [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

COMMENTS ON OS LIFE LII The deserts are an much too beautiful ful Lu to be spoiled by crops America should cherish her wild spaces Col spacEs Col- Col linson 11 Owen Dont Don't encourage anyone to think that tha t it ft is either smart or clever courageous or honorable to outwit your government government gO Thomas N. N N Carver

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And some Verse Burning Brush [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

AND AND SOME OME VERSE ERSE Burning Brush The Woodsman gathers up UI the brok brok- broken broken broken en twigs Then Thea burns burn them and them and in smoky periwigs They mingle with the clouds cloud to fade away Into the distant skies skies yesterday If all our bitter thoughts thou could be destroyed Like burning brush brush and and cast cat unto the void I sometimes think the world would w know less pain But Thoughts like bucl bui K r.- Lt turn t urn again Hall Hall Finch 1

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500 to Attend School Ass'n. Meeting Here [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

ij 5 00 TO ATTEND SCHOOL MEETING HERE Michigan Educator Will Address Ses Ses- Session Session Session sion Tomorrow CHAS HAS C A. A LEE TO PRESIDE Dr N. N L. L Engelhardt of Columbia U. U Is Also on Program About five hundred d county super super- superintendents i city cit y superintendents and high school principals are expected expect d to t o attend at tend the th sixteenth annual meet meet- meeting ing ng i of the Missouri State School Ad Ad- Administrative Administrative ni c Association which con- con convenes enes venes in Columbia this week w k The l day e session s for county superintendents which will open at 7 30 o'clock tomorrow evening ening with a meeting meting in the University Auditorium will be tended by county ad- ad n according to Dr M M. G G. jN Neale dean of ol the School of Edu Edu- C cation Prof Mr 1 Min m n S S. S Pittman director dire 0 of ot rural rura I t of Michigan 1 State i Teachers rs College Ypsilanti Mich a and an outstanding man in United t United...

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To Begin Building Hotel in 10 Days [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

i I TO BEGIN BUILDING HOTEL IN 10 DAYS i I Pierce Fierce Corp Will Invest t t in Tourists' Tourists Inn on No 40 Construction of a new hotel on oi m Highway 40 will ill start within ten tei n lda days s according to Edward E ward D. D Levy i president of the Pierce Petroleum m Corporation of St. St Louis the or- or orga organization ga niza tion which plans to construct land and operate the new hotel It will be built on a acre 27 tract of land opposite the aviation field formerly owned by E. E C C. Clinkscales The rise consideration for the land was as not given The Pierce Corporation plans to erect a tourist hotel garages and filling fillin stations costing about The tourist hotel will have hae ha e a large lobby and find dining room as well w H as asi i bedrooms The Th garage will be main main- maintained I tamed in connection with the busi bust business business I ness ns for the convenience con of patrons I Further expenditure of nearly is planned for construction dur dur- durin...

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E. E. Swain Heads Newspaper Group [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

1 E. E i K F. t Swain ain heads Head Newspaper S palMr Group KANSAS KAN AS CITY Jan 14 UP UPI I Members Member r of the Missouri Associated As 1 Dailies meeting here today elected elect d i the following officers for 1929 Pres Pres- PresidEnt ident F F. E F. Swain of the Kirksville P press s president wee ce 1 re J J. J H H. s Poplar Bluff American and treasurer secretary-treasurer treasurer L. L M. M 1 White i j Mexico Ledger

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The Weather [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

T II The t e-t Weather e J For Columbia and vicinity Snow Sno tonight and Tuesday colder late to tonight to- to night n mid cold wave Tuesday with zero 1 I cold by or before night For Cloudy probably snow east and south tonight and Tuesday and northwest tonight colder west and north portions to tonight to- to tonight tonight night colder cold r Tuesday cold wave tonight or Tuesday temperature 0 to 10 below north 0 to 10 above south portion Shippers forecast Within a ra radius ra- ra radius dius thus of miles of Columbia the lowest temperatures are expected to tobe tobe tobe be Zero to 10 lObe below low west and north zero to 10 above south and east eMt Weather conditions The center of the cold wave has crossed the Mis Mis- Mississippi sis ippi Another low pressure pr Is centered over Colorado giving over over- overcast overcast cast threatening skies sides and rising temperature east to Missouri Still another high pressure is starting south from the Far Northwest which means another...

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Corn and Seed Show, with 302 Entries, Open [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

CORN CORN AND SEED SEEn SHOW WITH ENTRIES OPEN Judging of Specimens I Is Continued This Afternoon I 1 I 1000 i IN PRIZES OFFERED Special Short Course to tc Begin Tomorrow Will Last Two Days The State Corn Com and Seed Show opened this morning in the Colleg College of Agriculture with entries In It 1 all the classes An unusual part of this years year's show is the certified seed sd growers growers' S class which includes a get reI corn com sample ten ear sample and a apeck apeck i peck sample of shelled corn The germination sample was started about two weeks ago and Is now j big enough for demonstration The Missouri Corn Growers' Growers As As- Association Association Association has offered 1000 as awards In the various classes The Judging of the specimens continued through- through throughout out the day with the winners to be announced late this afternoon The I Judges of the show are C. C A. A Helm C. C E. E Carter and K O. O Harman of i the College of Agriculture The entries in m...

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W. C. T. U. to Hold Public Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

W. W C. C T. T U. U TO HOLD PUBLIC MEETING Miss and Prof Hearn Will Be Speakers Miss Ada will speak on I prohibition at the public program which will be given by the W. W C. C T. T U. U at 7 1 30 o'clock Wednesday eve eve- evening evening evening I ning at the Broadway Methodist Church in honor of the anniversary y of the ratification J I of the Eighteenth Amendment The Liquor Traffic Has Had Its Day will be the sub sub- subject subject j ct of Miss address aUb 1 which which will wUI be divided into sub-heads sub on the community t the state and L the nation Prof Walter A. A Hearn will speak on the subject Let Prohibition Have Havea A Chance in the Home in the Com Com- I in the Court and in the theLt Legislature Lt Mrs Peyton Pe ton Stephens will lead a devotional dt service Special music will consist of a quartet under the th direction of Mrs G G. 0 C C. Beery I i A collection will be taken for the I legislative work of the W. W C. C C T. T U. U U

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Hallsville Building Sold [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

I Building Sold The shop building and hall in JIn owned by the Odd Fellows was ass as sold old at public auction W V. v. v V. V Ewens bought the building for 1 75 I

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Below-Zero Weather on Way to East [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

ZERO BELOW-ZERO WEATHER ON ONWAY ONWAY ONWAY WAY TO EAST EASTIs EASTA 1 Is s Expected to Arrive A in Missouri Late Tonight STOCKMEN ARE WARNED Wind and Snow Whip Whipping ping Mercury Down All Across U U. S. S S Keep the home fires burning was las the advice given Riven to Colum Colum- Columbians Columbians blans by an official of the local weather bureau in m predicting a new cold wave which is due tu to reach here h re about tomorrow night Yesterday was the coldest day da v of the winter so far the th weather weather bureau announced the average temperature beng being 6 de degrees de- de degrees degrees grees above zero The lowest recorded was 3 degrees above and at no time between 4 a. a a m and 10 p. p m. m did the mercury ever go higher than 8 degrees decrees above From 10 o'clock last night until this morning the temperature rose ro slowly until l it was 18 degrees above zero at 7 o'clock By 2 o clock o'clock this aft aft- afternoon afternoon afternoon the mercury had climbed ...

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Field Artillery to be Inspected [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

FIELD ARTILLERY TO BE INSPECTED Capt M. M A. A Stuart Will Visit Headquarters i Battery Feb 19 Regimental headquarters of the I Field Fie ld Artillery of the Missouri National Guard today that Headquarters rs Battery located in Co Co- Columbia Co- Co Columbia lumbia would be inspected on Feb hb 19 by Capt Moore A. A Stuart field artillery who is stationed at Olathe Kin Kan I On the annual inspection ins of th the National Guard Capt Moore will cover lf also the posts at Boonville J City Cit Albany St. St Louis Burlington Junction and Sedalia I Headquarters Battery at Columbia I i L 1 composed of six fifty privates and two tao officers and is commanded by Capt Chas Cha E E. Barkshire Bark hire with First t Lieutenant Ll Fred S. S Hanna as his as as- as Col Cu Co John F. F Williams with vilh head head- headquarters headquarters headquarters quarters in Columbia commands t t t mure On his staff are Capt Rolf Roll Raynor regimental gim ad adjutant ad- ad adI Capt N. N E E. Wade medical ...

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E. M. Prather, 69, Dies at His Home [Newspaper Article (death notice)] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

IE E. E M. M PRA TilER PRATHER 69 l DIES AT HIS HOME Boone County Resident Is Survived by Wife and Five Children E. E M. M Prather 69 of the e University dairy department died of ofa ofa f a complication of diseases last night t at his home 1315 Rosemary Lane ie lie is survived by his wife Mrs Margaret Conley Prather and five c i children who are Roberta Harlan and Shannon all of Columbia Mrs i. i M M. D D. Thomas of Paris Mo and d Mrs M. M I. I R. R Hoberecht of or Lees Le s Sum Sum- Summit Summit mit Mo Other survivors are two twos sisters s Miss Cattle Prather and Mrs R. R F. F of Hallsville t and anda a brother C. C C. C Prather of Tulsa Okla Okia Mr Prather was born on a farm five e miles north of Columbia Dec 3 3 1859 He was the son of the late Mr l and Mrs Kirs Samuel Prather Up until lint 1915 Mr Prather owned a farm near his birthplace but since then he has lived live in Columbia in order ord r rtha that tha t his children might complete their education For Use last years h...

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