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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 19 August 1921

I I PACE 5TX U S SHIPPING SINCE 1914 HAS GAINED MOST Lloyds Register Shows Bulk of Increase of World s Tonnage is Due to This Nation MORE VESSELS USE OIL Worlds Total is 54217000 Tons United Kingdoms 19288000 Tons Big gest Tonnage Bv Alitcd J Wist United Pitts Stag Corteiponient Lo by mail According UOQ Ions an alliance f 570 per cent to Uojd lirgitlcr of Shipping for 1921 1922 tbe bulk of the increase of the -worlds dripping since 1914 is due to the United States hoe sea going mer cantile marine has increased by 10477- The present korld total is 33206 of 61974653 tons made up of 4773 sailing of 3128328 tons Tbe worlds total of sea going steel and iron steam tonnage is 51217000 araint 42514X00 in Jone 1914 of which the United Kingdom owns 19- 223000 and the United States 1214- 000 Tbungli the United Kingdom still jwvwd the largest total the increase since 1914 has onl been 411000 tons again 1 an increase of 10477000 tons or 570 per cent b tlie United States n 1 xriiisii uomtnions ii...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 20 August 1921

-T Hi THE COLUMBIA I- THIRTEENTH YEAR -- 39IAY ATTEMPT BAD CHANGES IN TAX LAWS Hirtli Warns Farmers Acainst Men Selfishly Interested in Con titutional Convention 3IAKE5 TALK AT KEVADA JUrges Organization to Support Men of Highest Standing to Frame stittltinn WjiMiiif the 70m hn he- Jjoof Mi mri liar there ncn be ni3 r in FIMIIII - B iumiiaif the rMitmlUm Tut fcme lime ibefe lu been a jer liMeM iUwii tut s iv rvntliimiii il w itl4 in wme tnfnz we hair out nn ihr mr but If llia i true it etrit the inlet riltf r than tlie rural itrifrill eirjt lumiblr in ll culler if nU ill iloriirnerit wo writlrn tu fll miwb liuifr ftrr Imm wlliline u4 iiipilit than the one in wliirli we um bTr imr lifiiif and il the neri liwi will xmfine ilwlf In llie illllflillK liWd liiiinf the lainpaiKii lit lii in tpl ivil be tny hiitf or aiiliinti Ilui llie UnM i IImI it will ll Mop lliete and ftjl ific llie l Mlfalea ol Irtiiloll ae ffifl up iritaln mIIkIi intrietlt will tk In fn in top in lnllitn llie doc HMTI...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 20 August 1921

If Wv PACE TWO BRINGS TALE OF MASSACRE AT WUCHANG Solilier Handits of China Arc Paving Way for Interna tional Rule at Ichang LOOTERS MOB DISTRICT Three American Two British and Two Japanese Gun- lioals Stationed at Scene Uy Charms Edward Hoclt iUniled Press Staff Correspondent Sh angimi Hi mail Urigandajie txmlrr tlir puie d mililan pmernment In the various inninres muM be check ed li international anion if the coun try is 10 be iacil from a hopec con dition armnHng to Mr J Harnlil Dol Jar lice president ami general manager f the Hobcrt Dollar Company Mr Dollar ha just returned from a trip up the Yangtze Kit it and ha firt hand information a lo romJinon that Jed to the daughter of 1500 so called inulinm soldiers who rre reall mar tr to a treacherous lender and the Jooting of the citie of Ichang and Wau tliang Foreign authorities muld not take into consideration the nicetie of inter national law nhen the are dealing with llie o caled odier here declared Dollar Tlie are dealing with u...

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. — 20 August 1921

i3 1 News of Columbia Society Hiss Edna llaskett and Miss Ruth Tmtm sands editors trill appreciate Tjtijyva it HI telephone society items be Jirem 9 and 12 oclock Telephone 274 Uis Juanita Elkin 313 Christian Sjtffi avenue will entertain next from 2 to 6 oclock villi j bridge tea in honor of Sir- E J irinUemcuT i M uouis virs i in nf Kana Cil Mrs Louis Mes ucvt ljnui and Mrs llilson Elkins J Oklahoma Over two hundred gues ts Jjie been invited James Ilielan in trutlor in pliical Juration in the Vniier ilj who has Jrcn iilniR n Kanas Cilj is expected ioine within the next few davs Dr William Henjamin Smith of New Orleans armed in Columbia last night to be a gutsl at the wedding of Miss fjjlh Miller to the lie William Crowe f St Louis lie is a guest of J C Jones acting resident of the Univcr i and Mr Jones Doctor Smith will remain in Columbia for at least the next k Miss Florence fowler of Lincoln Neb mill arrive in town tomorrow to be the curst of the niembeii of lite Delia Gam ma sor...

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. — 20 August 1921

m f t PACETODR THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening eccpt Sunday by the Missourian Publish ing Asviciatlon Ine Jay II Ncff Hall Columbia Missouri ALFQNSO JOHNSON MAisAcnt SUBSCRIPTION RATES Cily YcarWO0 6 month 200 3 tnonlhs 5100 By ihc week 10 ccnis tingle copic 5 cent By Mail in Boone County Year 300 6 months 150 4 months 100 OutMc the county Year 150 3 month 125 month 45 cents Pajablc in adYancc Member Audit Bureau of Circula tions Entered as second class mail matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS News 274 Advertising and Circulation 55 GO EASY MR WELLS A world filled with people who find their greatest happiness in being human will soon Ioc patience with Mr II G J Wills whore hbit of building upon an extraordinary imagination strange and imposible slates of socict is beginning lu pall Tire brilliant British publicist ha a new idea for the worlds salvation with ever change of the moon and ccr idea motes him to dress the child rtf his brain in cloth covers and send it forth ...

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. — 20 August 1921

k Phone CLASSIFIED ADS Half a Cent a Word a Day FOR SALE FOR SALE Furniture for eleven room houe including Apollo Plaer Piano Private sale Phone 1102 green IM Conlr - B 300tf FOR SLE Hemstitching and plcot ing altacliment works on all sewing ma chines Price 200 personal checks 10c cents extra Lights Mail Order House li x 127 B rmingliam Alahama L 301 FOR SALE Five room house modem except heat full size concrete liasement one acre and half of ground with woven ire fences small fruit started hen houses and good ham Close to school This is a small farm in town that will leed a famil Phone 801 White for par ticulars B 300 FOR SALE Desiring to purchase a closed car I offer at a bargain my 1921 Model Auburn lieaut Six Touring Car used 0 weiks Dr C 51 Sneed 909 Elm Street S301 rOK SLE Attractive seven room modern house on Wilson avenue hard wood flours 7250 Extra good twelve room modern house on Hilt street 8 500 Ileautiful modern south side home close in six rooms sleeping porch and sun p...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 20 August 1921

fir iil PACE SIX 200 STUDENTS APPLY TO Y M C A TOR WOItK Columbians Who Want Emplojcs Are Asked to Notify Secretary Jobs Scarce JInrc llian 200 letters aslinc for worV fcovc Iieen rcccneil b lhe Y M C A cmplm merit buieau from ttiiclcnts wlio will attend tlie Uniicrsilj this fall Few of these students liae been supplied with work All Columbian who liae work that tlicte men can do are aked by W G S jiliensmi of the executive committee of the Y M C A here to communicate with Henry C Pepper at the Y II C A Uuilcliic who is in charge of the employment bureau The repair on the Y M C A arc progressing rapidly It i exierted lliat tlie roofing work will be completed with in three weeks according to I V Wright who ha the roofing contract Tlieii the work of installing copper put tiring in place of the present rusted iron puttering will begin All the Latliroomi are being re model cd Ken futures are installed in most of the bathroom already All shower baths will be copperlined throughout Jlie p...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 22 August 1921

i J I Fv m THIKTEENTH YEAR dk Ty1 1 THE COLUM RGE CROWD i AT BURIAL TO I HONOR HEROES long Procession follows bodies of Joint and Vcrnie Kite lo Columbia l fSQLDIERS LED THE WAY Caskets Followed by Herbert f - Williams Post of can Legion in Charge of Services A pioccssion of automobiles half a mte long followed the cortege which ac- wnfaniril the bodies nf John and Vcrnie Kite Columbia World War heroes to ilrir Snal resting place in the Columbia ai trjncterv vcsicrua aucrnoon 9 1 The funeral procession started at 9 1 ftrltrs undertaking parlors where a iffJVH1 turns gathered to watch the jjifa julllicarers reverently place each aid n a caisson lent b Baiter II first Field Artillery Missouri National Coaid A column of soldiers led the mv followed bv the caissons and the juIuVarcrs Then came a column of American 1 cginn men iii uniform over trji caps and campaign hats A score t utoumbilis followed and then the W branch f the I 0 O F Vcrnie tile was an Odd Fellow jAolonmbili s lined th...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 22 August 1921

3 1 TEACHERS OF COUNTY MEET HERE FRIDAY Animal Two Day Session to Be Held in Auditorium of the Columbia High School TO PLAN WORK OF YEAR Members of District School Boards Will Also Hold Convention Here This Week Giarle E Nnrtlicutt county f upcrin trnilrnl of today made public the program for llic mcctinp of the m IhviI teachers ff llic cit and count ithiih ill Ir held in the iiipli chool auditorium here nrxt Frida and Satur da Ilir annual bcliool nncntii will Ik held in conjunction with the meet ing of the teachers All lR trachcr in the count are re quired It Ian to attend the meeting here nfxl Frida and Saturday At that time learhinc crrlifiratr vill he rc peHril and new certificate iill he grant ed Plans for the school vork of the car will he divusMd at the mrclinp and ariou mrthmN of instruction in iit and rural t chooN will he cnnMdentl A number tf teacher hate Iwen as tiffnwl definite subjects on the program and all the teacher ate expected to take part in the dWusKn The state...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 22 August 1921

wKF to in News of Columbia Society Ifa Edna Uadett and Miss Elizabeth tjrfl vocv editors uill appreciate it Yi vok it II trlepnone society items tie- Wen V CI l OC tlcmooi oiu Jlis Jane Howard of Covington K 1 J tlo llif niwl Mr I IT klJlC ClIL i i -- - - - fcorgc ETJ Kolline Miss Howard ha- Jonir to lyolunlLia l ai St wedding Wednesday morning ol i1if Hormce roller oi wanieison inn and William JaiUon f St Imis ijjgs IiKinl graduated from the Tawcr j nilli a llailnlor of Arts degree fa S- wc H lake ljce in alvar ipivpa Church will t 10 31 Itx k Tlie Rev J H George will return from M I ouis where leen in ebatge of tin- service at jleLatlinlra fjiunli of ChriI thi Booth l offiiuie at the wedding i Mi Flienre Iotti r Bw Hollins Rrttfl cntirlain lhi afternoon from 4 tu 6 oclock with a tea in honor of rJIiS Jam- lliiwtnl of Covington K5 Ink ItiiKutJ will lie Miss loltns maid- ai lirr wetliling net miirsuay Jfa ho - for Ladies Da at tin Amain Hub tomorrow will be Mi Y3J 6mV Mr- Horace Sin...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 22 August 1921

te PAGE FOUR THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published ci try evening except Sunday by the Missounan Publish inj Association IrTcC Jay H Neff Hall Columbia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Maacdi UBSCRJIaN KATES City Gash in adrance Year4O0 6 raintlisi00r3 raomhs 100 By the week 10 cerU single copies cents By Mail in Boone County Year 3j00 6 months 150 4 months tim Outside the county Year 150 3 months 123 month 45 cents Pa able in adrance Member Audit Boreas of Circula tions Entered as second class mail matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS News Advertising and Circulation PROSPERITYS RETURN and success 274 55 Prosperity is on -he r wa back to Co lumbia as well as to the world in general Business experts sa that people arc get ting back to normal and are stabilizing both their thoughts and their method Price readjustment is still under wa but man commodities hae reached hot torn level Tliis reduction of living ex jnn is raaLing it easier for the average famil to exist and as a result a spirit of optimis...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 22 August 1921

w M U T V V rhenc 33 In the Field of- Spozt COLUMBIA WINS FROM MOBERLY Makes Sccnti Baseball Game Won Out of Nine Plaed when Columbia defeated Moberl cs trrdav at lite Fairground before 300 local fans lo the tunc of nine to fix she annexed her seventh straight win mak ing her standing for the season nine games won to two games lost with an av erage of 818 Both fames were lost here lo Wilton The game jesterda was marked by loose plaving on belli ifdes although the locals gave pood support during the first half of the game to Duncan who pitched a giwd article of ball V hen the locals came up for their turn in the first thr poundell Ienn the vis itors moundsman for three hits which Mcrri imo men In Oilumbias half of the following frame a stampede of the liacs was started which ended with three more trjps across the five cornered Iiuard bringing the count to five to nothing In the third the visitors came near scoring when a runner wa adanccd to thud on a wild heac to second but Duncan e...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 22 August 1921

m s tS PACE SIX MILLER SEES ATTACK UPON TURKISH LINE Continued irom page 1 of Pericles and Florence great because of the great men of the Ape of Lorenzo Mis Florence Feaster 603 Sanford place a 1918 graduate of the University has also just returned mm a tour of Southern and Central Europe She trav rled part of the time in the party con ducted by Dean Walter Miller but lcftJ ii party at Brindisi and went to Lugano where she met another party sent out by the Bureau of Unhersity Travel which spent a KCck in Switzerland at Laics IjJCanu Lucema Genoa and Inter laclian Part of the trip was taVen by train ind part by boat At IntcrIaVcn Miss Fca ter took a tide trip to Scliidcgp hhcre scleral girls in the party climbed the Jung Frau From Geneva they went to Paris dherc they armed July 18 and made hcir headquarters in that city for the next Iho cel They visited the Louvre and the Luxembourg galleries and spent half a day at Versailles They also vis ited Chartres famous for the Cathedral of t...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 23 August 1921

w U Jk THE COLU THIRTEENTH YEAR CITY SCHOOLS WIN 12 FIRST STATE PRIZES Fifteen Seconds Also Awarded Columhia Students for Handwork and Art Displays HISS BIHR IN CHARGE Local Exhibits at Missouri Centennial Exposition Carry Off High Honors Mi Ilattie Louise Bilir 507 West Bi idkav upTi ir of art anil bind- ork in the Coluinliia public ecliools f during iIip last vear returned from Se- 4 ilia willi twelve first prizes anil fifteen - i ri - 1 KlTillU mi viiiuiiiiJia MIIOOIS j 3E Iis lliln was- in iharge of three 1 In lIlA iHliLnlinnnl 1 lll WtAc stale fair Slie was honored liy be- Kmg a ked to contribute to a scrap book wdicji a- urmg conipueu ny ine een tury Suciri to commemorate present J eaisioms and costume- This hill le prcseivcd for the benefit of the pie living at the time of the next Mis souri ontMinial Pictures painted b aoJ nK illustrating the piesent da co tnraes of eight nation here chosen for the Columbia pane The hr 1 prize for po e sketch of school game was won by the Le...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 23 August 1921

K PACE TWO NEXT LEAGUE XSSEJIBLY TO MEET SEPT 51 Second Session al Geneva lo Be Nearest Approach to World Wide Congress in History -18 STATES TO TAKE PART To Take Up Reports of Com missions and Old Business May Admit Germany as Member Giaeia H Mail lo United Pres Tlie fcecond general asnibh of tlic Lrjjpuc f Nations fcliiHi vill lirgin a inontir s ittn Iicr on September 5 vill run iilute llie neareM approach to a world uiilr conpress that ha cer tak en plarr Official aKires rrrrhrd h the ec letariat from the foil tight Mates mm mem Into of the lea cue announce that all lull hate delegation present Among llie fort ripht delegations tlicrr vill be representatives frurn at Ieal tuo former cnem Mates namcl Austria and Ilul paria These ture admitted to member ship during the ihMnp huurs of the first cenetal asemlil in December of last tar In addition it U practical certain that IIunpars application fur member ship vliii h hat ahead hern termed uH be accepted in time to permit her jinliei...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 23 August 1921

i J II i -fl J Upr rBffm JJI -I l j iji fifes of Columbia Society fEina Uasketl and Miss Elizabeth gj jonrli editors uill appreciate it S gi telephone society items be iLa fi 12 oclocL Telephone 320 lnl Bertha Husted f Frcdcricklnun VrM iNalhamci 1 nuikicy n navii iil wnmrs in the Silmol of Edu ljcm H e married al J30 nclck Ufdllfd3 morning ai imc imwie 01 ir 1 Oof 70 avenue Waller C UK of ill0 liiMo College will say the rrrcmom Onlj inlimatc Keait ami irlalivrs will lip prc em Vrf Busted vull lie dri cil in a Miil J Kill rarr a bouquet i f Ophelia Jane Clmr will lie llir brides Ji Major M Bauer vill lie the Irgaii Vi Mimel llusieJ of Mo- a mere the bride 31 he th iP bcanr Mic will he igjdJ in while ami mil cam the ring uliilc cushion The house n 31 ie decorated in fall Inner- Imme jtrh after the vcddlng icrcmnnv Mr pJ Mrs- Buckley ill leave fur a thort m Tliey expert to rrlurn to Columbia jg thr I enter n 1ii Tlte will male lior borne this winter at 503 Price av riK Mr and Mr strpl...

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. — 23 August 1921

f PACE FOUR THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every etching except Sunday Iiy the Missouriari Publisli ing Association Inc Jay II Ncff 1 all Columbia jMisjoori ALFONSO JOHNSON JIanIcui SUBSCniPTION RATES Glj YcarlOO 6 months 200 3 months J100 By the eck 10 cents tingle oipics 5 cents By Mail in Boone Count Year 300 6 months 150 4 months 100 Outride the countj Year 150 3 months 125 month 45 cents Pa able in advance Member Audit Bureau of Circula tions Entered as Mrond class mail matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS Ncms 274 Advrrtisinj and Circulation 55 ALUMINUM CARS The latest venture of the countr ml ipccarular automobile manufacturer the man vvho -was refused permission h the Interstate Commerce Commission to re ducc the rates on his railroad has to do Kith aluminum There are several million tons of cla in the vicinil of Ilcnr Fords blast furnaces at River Itougc Mich and for mccLs his engi neers and metallurgists hate been study inp the possibilities of utilizing it Aluminum is made...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 23 August 1921

- KC HUDSON MAXIM AND HIS BEST CHUMS w - J j 1 Safam Maxim the jamous American imentor is shoun here uith his tiro tgjdbmi thats uhal lie calls them Mrs Maxim and their granddaughter jjjctVrt picture uas snapped at the Maxim home Lake llopatcone A Mast iljsms time nhen not nothing on intentions is spent uith Mts Maxim and Of HJHt predicts man startling uar intentions uithin the next six months V CLASSIFIED ADS ftou55 a a Cent Viorq a Day Phone ui FOR SALE FOR SALE Attracme seven riMim i odaijiouse im Wilson avenue hard uJ Boore 7230 Extra goud twilte jzejtwdern hoi e on I lilt street 8 3Butiul modern south side home t a m six rooms sleeping wreli and i ti i n 1 i fit piliur luiunouu luiuin imuufeitti fji U 0U are looking fur a home kjswJjt Carev and Frasier Phone SI C 303 tGZ SALE One of tlie fmet houses aCJuclia fourteen rooms lot 17 1 2 lj 321 507 Stewart road a bargain JUSOO if sold pinmplly Col Joseph FnagJlione 905 Wail 1 F0SALE A good four room house R pnfll street water and l...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 23 August 1921

PACE SIX SOLDIERS TORE CARED FOR AS PATRIOTISM II dimming to do its jiart in th iKpitalizatinn and care of the ill and disabled wddiers with whom its officer bad Ijccome i veil acquainted while nins in the arm hospital in France ami elsewhere this dutj did not con tlitute a art of the public health func tions of the erviee but wa undertaken through rialriolim and because the Sen ile wa the nnl government agenev that bad an organization and ho jiital aiailahlc when the need came Later its assignment to thi dulv as made a roat ter of law J urgeon General Gumming gate out tlie following statement regarding the wl f the L S Public IlcaWi Sen in From March 3 1919 ulra tliis law vent into effect to Ma 1921 when lh hospitalization and care of nearly lulf of these patients was transferred to th Tvar IliO liurcarj the number of for rner militar patients in the cliarge of the Service increased from 99J to 21000 with indication t of mil further increase Jrom the first the number liad increased...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 24 August 1921

m TH1KTEKSTII YEAR ilusi I APPROVE PLANS FOR PAGEANT t i Civic Organizations May Co- - Operate in Centennial ehralion Here in i October raflLDKNTxTTAKE PART jjLComjilrte Program to Be An- nouncccl at Teachers viiitinn Prizes Will Be Given Plan fur a cmlcnnial pageant and tdrbralion here in Oclolier were jitcnrd at a meeting f the Imard of direc tor ol I lw Jmimercial CIuli at noon In da t the Daniel Boone Tarrn Besides the directors of llic organiiinn tlic uccting was attended liy Dean F II llumfnrd nf the College of Agriculture if u Shoemaker secretary of the Slate Historical Siciety and Charles E North roll county superintendent of school The proisl 1o have the question of a public park submitted to a vote of the people of the lit was also discussed at tie mccling All the civic organizations in Giluin til rl lie asked to co operate in the nrriutations for the centennial jijtifflia pageant according to tlic plans I discussed at the meeting Mr Shoe- Baler and Mr Northcutt were named...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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