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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 24 August 1921

PACE TWO IRVING KEEPS NAME SECRET M COLUMBIA People Did Nol Recognize the Noted Writer Until After He Left Was Then 49 Years Old DATS LODGING 50 CENTS Chailc Dickens Says He Count ed 14 DNIics at One Time on Table at Planters Hotel - I a 1832 tliwnin a tinted for il Intpitalit a trump mm of Iriicr Armnhng In Walter U iten in the Mioun Historical Roir Giarlc Dickens wrntc of the Planters Hold in l Iiui II i on excellent liouc and ihr proprietor liaic nwt bountiful no tion of proud nip creature comfort Dimnp alnnp nh inv ifoin Iter mn riMim one fta I immtril fourteen iihe upon the table at once aiinjinn Inmg iitctl the old Van Horn Tarrn on the RtnneV IjcK Koad in 3832 Tlir quaint old buildmp utli it quare paned endows near the peak Mill stands in the rcir of a modern rc idence belonpinp 1 Ir Llojd bimpon on the a to Incliriort The ite is m irkrj 1 the Daughter of the Revolution J C Kans CIinMian Odlcpc arnu i a prandMin of J I Van Horn Mr Kvan rrmembeps that In prandfalhc told of Imn...

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. — 24 August 1921

B f 4 I News of Columbia Society tfisi Edna Itaslcll and Miss Elizabeth V it joritf editors in appreciate it na t laepnnnc mooj iremj oe 13 y nnu i uuu i vKpuune ou Mile vvdding f s5 Florence Iottcr Columla lo William Jackson if it is tool plan Iih morning at the Itfrtfi Episcopal Church The Itev jjj II George irrfnrricil llic ccre j Ml Jane Howard of Covington ilt as Hi iiiJiiMii iionor aim v uane cfcson tiritinr in ine prootn vas me man n litlrr was lresM d in liie unpudv ami white satin anil ce6 ul J11 a while prajer pbl Hreamers uf ribbon and iwij llievallev The pray r book a dy Mine mc iliat lr Gentle carried J ulcn she a married Miss Poller was fcninl al Ml- lfrie iif ilia Uuvxaid was in a f jjjt colored oipiniJv lrvs anil carried Uiuqut tit ganii n turners 1 lie t were Iis lldcn Aver- I uf Mpxho mi Miss Havia James i of lUrtfoiil ami Mi s Mar Jams f J Colombia li venlt was drcs scd Pial robins rgg blue organdy dress Mfes Janes in an unhid organd and Hits Jarris n 3 laili coio...

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. — 24 August 1921

r r i la le u 1 AS fn fe PACE FOUR THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published eery evening- except Sunday by the Missourian Publish ing Association Inc Jay Ii Nell Hall Columbia -Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Manacm ouuniiiiun iAJLs Gt Cflsh in advance Year 400 6 months 200 3 months 100 By the week 10 cents single copies 5 cents Oy Mall iin Boone County Year 300 6 months 150 4 months 100 Outside the county Year 450 3 months 125 month 45 cents Pa able in advance Member Audit Bureau of Circu lations Entered as second class mail matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS News 274 Advertising and Circulation 55 MISSOURIS COB PIPE Missouri is famous the world over for three things cob pipes mules and Youll hae to show me Tens of thousands of cob pipe produced here are used in all corners of the globe Ilur a cob pipe in any country on the globe and if you will turn it oer you are sure to find a dicker on the bottom advertis ing the state How far these pipes travel is proved by the experience of a Gdum bian who m...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 24 August 1921

VINCENT RICHARDS WHO DEFEATED TILDEN BMca Iwuv ui Vifrin acnuc liarcj ntl lootv 730 Lilra pood twclc mo modern Iioiw on llm lrrcU 8 SO Ertutifd modern Mtuth side home dare In sil ruom Vepinc porcli and a rtlnr lurdHimii lours thrnuzlmut IjXOQ H u an o tkm for a horn KcmttnlK Gn rrsjrr inonc ill G 306 FOR SIL Oik of llio finest hojcs iCdmnlni f jum r ii riiims lot 197 1 2 ISH4 107 bunart mad a liarpam 1WD if Mild iimmnlK Cul Jovnli Fnii Piwne 013 WatL r 29 ttf FOE SUE good four mom lioue ttfmi Urccl walrr and lot SW fnee SIViOOO -will accept fMrat if 230 cavh and halancc at IliOO fri nrnnth Goml cipht room no 5outh SHr full mmlrm lot 13h rticc SfJiK IIik i n rral liar P Cooil knen room house coi In WWffl c hair a numlMT of pood fjSJtnr talc Trom 130 00 to S12 T L Wwlun liealiy Ompan fcre 3Illln3l Ilnnk lnln w 334 W 290 if rob p i M iva cLI J no ilrrssrrs tno tu Jualf and onr amtan rorch Call II 303 ln en 7 WNjfV i that as Imilt Woflit larfr rwm hath room on ff Son and laator on first...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 24 August 1921

Mv fe IV PAGE SIX CONGRESS ITINERARY FIXED Delegates to Assemble in Chicarjo September 23 The itinerary of the delegates lo the World Ircs Congrces at Honolulu October II to 25 has been ilcfinitcl planned for the entire trip Pelcpatrs from Europe llic eastern and middle United States ami all west ern Mints not Uio far rcinmcd ill as trnilile at Chicago for the Mart on Sep trnibcr 23 Sprcial cars will run from lhse sections from which cnotipli peo pic arc poinc anil a special Press Con press train in two wclions will carrj the part from Chicago to San Fian civo Tlic route to the Pacific will be through Canada ami the Pacific North wet with entrrtainment along the wa MinnraHilis Winniiieg Vaniourr and Victoria will be wsitcd A chartered will transfer the ilclcgates from Vamomer to Seattle and a special train from Seattle tn San Francicn One of the largest steamships in the Hawaiian senice has been secured for the exclusive use of the Press Congress part on the six day nagc from San Ir...

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. — 25 August 1921

r if THE COLUM THIRTEENTH YEAR SHOP TO BRING BODIES OF ZR2 VICTIMS HOME Tlte Utah Asked to Go to Eng- land for 16 Americans Killed in Exploded Dirigible MANY ASLEEPJN BUNKS Commander Steered Away From Hull Toward River Preventing Great er Disaster T I Ill II England Aug 25 RcqueS that llic United Slates battle ship Ulali rnnie here In take home the bodies of the sivlern Americans officers and men who lotl their liics when the ZR2 ell a nam ing mass of tangled wreckage in the Quinine imcr was mailc today by Amer ican naial officers who are conducting an official probe into the disaster It was learned that many of the fort three aUiard who were blown to pieces b the explosion or burned to death were asleep in their bunks when the ac cident occurred The official inquiry has established the fail that Commander Wann steered awav from the city of Hull and toward the run when he first felt the crashing of the machines girders in the effort M avert a disaster which would have been more terr...

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. — 25 August 1921

PACE TWO LORD RIDDELL s OFFERS PLANS FOR PUBLICITY Should Rcporl llic Washington Conference Fully hut Not Verbatim Sajs Eng lish Journalist MUCH SAID INFORMALLY Suggests Three Channels by Which All Nation and New papers May ccic News lit CvDr A BrAis ttjnttrd Press Staff Correspondent Iommin Ity Mail The most liberal jmliit but not full or verbatim re ports is llic recommendation made for the forthcoming Washington conference li Lord Iiiddell vice president of the Newspaper Proprietors Aociatinn of Great Ilritain and one of the bestknovvn English journalist in an interview with the United Press Inl liiddcll a the British official I press accnt at tlie Pan Peace ence ami Mncc then he has pven out to lnilh ItritMi and American cnrrcpon dents vhoe confidence he enjojs the news of virtuall everv international con fidence in whicli England has hcen en Fajml The most beneficial av in which the nv of the disarmament conference could Ie made public Lord Iiiddell be lieves is through three c...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 25 August 1921

News of Columbia Society Wiw Idna Basket end Miss Kliiaheth Bright ionel editors trill appreciate it if you n II lelcplwne society items he i titeen 9 and 12 odocL Telephone 320 llx weddine nl Miss Edith Miller and ll Rev William Crowe of St Louis look place tnda at the Lome of the iiarrnts Dean and Jlrs Walter Mill 1116 Rosemary lane Mi8 Mil Icr ami Doctor Croe aKted in recci inc ilw ytiel More the ceremony There no procession anil there wtre no at tcndjiit Hie lln Samuil It Rraden of In- Pn Jiterian Church informed the niditonv Onl ahout 30 or -10 in lirian friunls were at the wedding Miss lliiler was dressed in a white lace dress of hand maile point appliquee hound in while s atin with a sash of white tulle tin iliil not wear a e In the Hung room was an arch of souihcrn srnilax and white flowers phlox and liwlrangcas Pink ami white flowers wire iimjI in the decoration of the sun pailor jillow lowers were used on the tnilovil iiunli and green and white in the dining room immiilial...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 25 August 1921

r PACE FOUR THE COLUMBIA EVENING MSSOURIAN Published every evening except Sunday by the Missourian Publish ing Association Inc Jay II Neff Hall Columbia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Ma vachi SUBSCRIPTION HATES Gty Cash in advance Year 400 b months 200 3 months J 100 By the week 10 cents single copies 5 cents llv Mail in Boone County Year 300 6 months 150 4 months 100 Outside the county Year 450 3 months I12S month 45 cents Payable in advance Member Audit Bureau of Circu lations Entered as second class mail matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS News i 274 Advertising and Grculation 55 OUR FoTlEIGN TRADE The temporary embarrassment of an international banking institution that has been engaged in financing overseas com merce reminds us that our foreign trade is not what it sliuuld be From South America comes a report that the United States manufacturer and exporter is be ing puhed aide I Europeans In Jul our exports and imports both continued un their stead decline but the months trade showed a favorab...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 25 August 1921

- i iinj ii i ii aula im miw ww I WOMEN ADOPT CAST OFF MASCULINE STYLE CLASSIFIED ADS jiau a a ora a iJaj FOR SALE FOR MLE American walnut period dnung and Icd room srt ior enameled M room set while tnamclcd iron lied ice lmx hbran table Windsor rocker lilthrn table and tliair pas range rnal cil range bicjclc and other thing too rumTous to mention Phone 12 15 Mack 4lS South Stflu M301 lOM SLE ltraclne een room BKMTn House on Wlon atcnue hard wood floors 7230 Ltra pood twclie room modm house on llitl street 8 JOO Beautiful modern south side hojlie cVc in six rooms sleeping porch and coo pallor hardwood Hoots throughout yiBfiT IT ou are looking For -a home KCtatodav Cam and l rajiex Pnonc 51 G 306 i0K SALE- One of the finest houses ia Colombia fourtctn rooms lot 197 1 2 by 32J1 507 Stewart road a bargain 13500 if sold prompll OJ Joseph rrazicr Phone 903 black F 291tf FOR S1E pood four room bouse on paTcd street water and lighti lot TOilW price 5153000 will accept rsimcnt of 250 cash a...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 25 August 1921

m II i V B I f PAGE SIX PROSPECT FOR -FOOTBALL AT M U K GOOD Assistant Coach Jones and Trainer Lawlcr to Ar ij rive Here Before September 1 BLUMER EXPECTED SOON Manv Old Stars Missing pccially From Line but Inch- Players Promise Good Successors With the arrita of assistant coach Jerry Jones ami Irainrr M I Iawer between August 25 and Scptcmlier 1 plans and preparations for the coming football season will be will under way head roach Jimmie Phclan said this morning Doctor Lawler the trainer who acted in the same capacity here a few weeks prior to the Kansas frame last jcar will be with the team throughout the entire season this sear Doctor Lawlcr is at present at his home in Palestine Tex where he is a practicing phjician Mr Jones the new assistant coach i now at Sapulpa 0Ua where he owns and manages the Sapulpa Baseball dub In the Southwestern League He is negotiating for the sale of the club and Is expected to arriie in Columbia with in a few dats Jones comes to the Uni versity wit...

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. — 26 August 1921

s 3 H ill 5j WY IfTTraTniiinimTin THE COLUMBIA EVE THIRTEENTH YEAR Iapproveplan 0FCENTENNI4L PAGEANT HERE Scliool Teacliers of County to Co Operate if Commercial Club Provides Flags and Floats ANNUAL MEETING OPENS Seeral Hundred Persons At tend Convention Being Held in Auditorium of High Scliool Boone County schools -hill co operate in the proposed centennial in Columbia in October if the Com- memal Uuli will provide the floats Sixty Boone County teacliers and ilnut twenty members of rural school luarils attended the opening session this morning Mr Northcutt opened the meeting with a short address explaining the pur pose of the convention and outlined the results which had been obtained through the co operation of the teachers associa tion and the parent teachers association There are sixteen parent teachers asso culions in Boone Count now Mr NorthcutTVaid Following the address of Mr North cutl Mis Ola Morris was elected secre tary for the two day session Chfrfes E orllicuHwas chair...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 26 August 1921

I S m PACE TWO PROGRAM FOR CHAUTAUQUA MADE PUBLIC Annual Farmers Meeting Will Be Held Tomorrow and Sunday at Linden Lake Farm LOCAL MEN TO ATTEND Former Congressman William L Nelson Will Speak on A Close Up View of Congress Tlie program fur the annual farmers chautauqua to lie held at O C Robvs 14ndVn Iake farm two and one half niile rat nf Ilocheport tomorrow and 5undav lias lieen arranged by the com mitter in charge and the acceptance of all persons on the program ha lieen obtained It i also expected to have other speaker The aftcrnion program tomorrow will begin promptl at 230 oclock Prof 0 It Johnson of ihe College of Agri culture will talk on Farm Manage ment D C market expert fori the Slate Hoard of Agriculture and rep resenting the Bureau of Markets of the United States Dejiartmcnt of Agricul ture will talk on Marketing and will ol o give an intere ling wool demonstra lion In till demonstration blankets rlolli and other finished article made from wool grown on the Roby farm w...

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. — 26 August 1921

L r - x Aetcs 0 Columbia Society Msj iVno liaslctt and li Ell olit Bright society editors uill appreciate it if hi telephone society items le jwj J and 12 ococt Telephone 320 Mi s Helen Sdiultzc of Washington Misu ami Garrett Ilarnliart of Car thage Mi ouri were married at the Nnii of the brides parent Mr anj Mr Uni l Sdiultzc on Wednesday morning August 21 On tlic two families attended Mis Esther fiarnliait tistcr of the groom plavcdjhc w idling marches and accompanied by Ir brolhtr Flovd Iiarnhart who sang - auc Tlic liridc wore a dark trailing and liaI no attendants Mi ami Mr- Harnhart liftjolcrdav for Carthage for a short visit after which tlirv will go to tlitir Jiome iu Wcllsvillc whie Mr Ilarnliart will teach Agncul tun and Science in the Wcllsvillc Ili h School Mrs Ilarnliart was a student in the Viiool f Lducation and lacked ul a Jialf j ears credits fr gradnatibn Mr Itainhart j graduated from tlic bcliool of griciilturc last spring ami is a mem her if the Iarm House fratir...

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. — 26 August 1921

B Ri PACE FOUR THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Fubhhed every evening except SunJa b tlie Mirsouriaa Publish ing Association Inc Jay H Neff Hall Columbia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Manacis SUBSCRIPTION RATES City Cashln advance Year 400 6 month JiOO 3 months 100 Hy the week 10 cents single copies 5 cent It Mail in Boone County Year 300 6 months 1 50 4 months 100 Outidc the count Year 150 3 months 1 25 month 45 cents raable in advance Member Audit Bureau of Grcu lations Entered a econd elas mail nutter TELEPHONE NUMBERS News 274 Advertising and Grculation 55 JAPANS IDEAL Dr Samuel H Wamwripht a who has been in Japan thirty thrcc jcars ays that menca i Jap ans ideal and our education business and commercial methods are being im itated b the Japanese He goes further and sa s that the masses in Japan arc more anxious for industrial growth than for militarism The peorle connected with the army and navy in Japan are sup porting militarism but that is true in ocrj country- Mihlaiim is ding bu...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 26 August 1921

-COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN FRIDAY AUGUST 26 1921 page five im UNEMPLOYED SET FIRE TO LUMBER B IrjHp tA vv- arTnMitBaBBBBBBBaraaBBa aBliaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBn I 60 men in fumier jarJ Four tfojuani omfrd Jiis od in Won Mrr CO W been accented the gales uerc xlosed Rioting broke out and soon the lumber tard coiering 17 acres icas a mass ol Harms liens a gen eral ueu ol the fire Lqss J5900j000 W lhone 55 CLASSIFIED ADS FOR SALE Half a Cent a Wprd a Day FOR SALE A ten room houe 60ulh tide 5500 Small pament down rest Lv month Weathers Whitesides Plione J72 TK 303 FOR SALE A number of single bed and springs double beds springs and mattresses i traighl chairs and rockers chiffonniers and washstands Good values Call al office 10 to 12 a ra or 4 to b p m Christian College C 30tf FOR SLE An Understood typewriter in good shape Price 3000 if sold at once Phone 263 or 658 black D 30B FOR SLE Corner lot 50il20 feet paved street good location on South side Reasonable price for immediate sale Phone 1159...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 26 August 1921

Ifl k i K PACE SIX TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY FOR RENT Three unfurnished room apartment for light housekeeping alo one large room for student Apply 104 Doree5 S 303tf FOR SALE By owner full modern fne room house cloe to Unhersity and Stephen College Reason for filing Luing acreage Phone 378 L 303lf WANTED Furnished room for light housekeeping or a furnished boue for a month Phone 983 grcen F 307 FOII SUE Two good Broom mod em houses within one Mock of Uniter iX newl decorated Possession Sep fanner in ery pound of seeds wc buy or srlk C Willhite Seed Company Guitar Building Columbia Mo tember 1 6250 and 7000 Care Fraier Plione 519 or 590 ubite G 306 HOUSEHOLD GOODS FOR SALE 1 drescr 1 wah stand 1 cook stoe 1 heater and zinc 1 ga range 1 daen port and pad 1 dining room set in black miIon 8 chairs 3 rockers 1 iron bed and springs 1 black mission bookcase 2 nigs 10 roller shades 1 refrigerator 1 lawn mower 1 -Indent tabic 1 sew ing table ard furniture Phone 824- black They disregard the ordin...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 27 August 1921

i t SCHOOL WOBK IS DISCUSSED BY TEACHERS Value of Parem Tibaqlier Assb ciations Emphasized Boone County Leads llic State CONVENTION ENDS ODA New Compulsory Attendance Law for Children Under 16 Years of Age Explained Tlic closing day program of tlie annual c nvcntiun iif teachers opened tliis morn ing with ninety two of the ninel -eight Bonn- County rural school teachers in atlenittnce Practically every school mil 1xil district in the count was rep- rcHiifi Special emphasis at the mominc s s lion was laid upon the organization and work of parent teacher associations Ac cording o C E Northcutt county su perintendent ol schools Boone Count has mre of these associations than any illirf count in the state The Rev P 11 Itoberts was sched uled to make the principal address this morning In his absence the meeting was ihrnwn open to an informal dicus smn iif iiarent lcacher movements in the county The results obtained by such work were prcentrd h a number cf the teachers present and the orga...

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. — 27 August 1921

I i PACE TWO PAGEANT WILL GIVE HISTORY f OF MISSOURI Will Show Developments the State Has Made During the Last 100 Years in Manv Lines TO PARADE DOWN TOWN School Girl to Represent Mis i souri as Queen of Pag eant Shoemaker Planning Event General p7an Fox liic historical pageant-parade to be gien in Columbia on tlie public school rally day in October were made public todav by Flojd C Shoemaker secretary of the Stale His torical Stcet who conferred with Charles E Northcutt county superin tendent of schools in deciding upon the dlails of the pageant The details of the parade made public today supple ment the outline of the undertaking dis cussed by Mr Shoemaker at the annual teachers contention here jesterdaj In his talk before the teachers jester da Mr Shoemaker emphiircd the val ue of pageants from a historical stand- oint ihe importance ot histon never has been appreciated In the average cit zen be aid Of all the profession the teachers need more thorough ground ing in and appreciat...

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. — 27 August 1921

LPS 71 11 4l 11 News of Columbia Society A joj rina Daslett end Miss Elizabeth jfeht wcicl editors uill appreciate it jwi mil telephone society items be ixtt and 12 oelocL Telephone 320 Vv Marie Monro and Jese I Camp lil Odea were married at the vjfyia of the bride Aupdst 25 Onlr a 1 intimate mentis were present Mrs ynpbcll as educated at the Warrens bure Teachers College and taught fir tun jcars Mr Campbell is a FT3iluatc of the College of Arricul tore and will tcacli vocational agricul ture tins winter He is va member of tlie rarm House Fraternity Mr and Mrs f ampbcll will male their lromeVlai 109 North Clenwood awmue -St i Mis John A IWs 213 South Garth aienue lias as lier house ruests Miss Ijnna Gdbrj of Pilot Grove anjl Tdiss Lni die Simmons of Ccntralia They will remain in Columbia over the eknd Donald Freeman the small on7of MrJ and Mrs John rreeman 1619 Windsor ftrret cntertaircd a number of his lit tle friends at a party jestcrday from 2 la 5 oclock Yesterda was his clev cn...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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