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Miss Ethel Nichols Dies [Newspaper Article (death notice)] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

MISS ETHEL NICHOLS DIES Influenza Influent Causes catl of 01 Year 23 3 Year Year- Old Columbia Resident Miss Ethel Nichols 23 years old died of influenza at 2 30 o'clock this I morning at the home of her moth- moth mother I I er er Mrs Bertha Nichols Rogers Street Besides her mother she Is i survived ed by her grandmother Mrs I R. R S. S Berkebile and an aunt Mrs I Joe Bauman I Funeral arrangements have ha ve not notI I been n completed

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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M. U. Student to Teach Geography [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

M. M U. U STUDENT TO TEACH GEOGRAPHY Hubert Harris Elected to Jefferson Junior H. H S. S Faculty Hubert Harris formerly form of Hunts- Hunts Huntsville Huntsville Huntsville ville and now a student in the Uni Uni- University was elected to the faculty of the Jefferson Junior High School I by the Board of Education at its ita regular meeting last night at the Boone County Trust Company Mr 1 Harris will teach geography in inthe inthe Inthe the place of Miss Estelle Blanker- Blanker baker whose resignation was accept accept- accepted ed cd by the board Miss will leave Jan 25 and has accepted a 5 position with ith the Dallas Tex Tax pub pub- public public public lic schools to teach high school mathematics and science A. A A. A Jeffrey asked the board for permission to use a gymnasium or 01 orsome orsome some school room every Friday night for tor Scout meetings One troop tro Is 1 Isnow isnow now using the Benton School gym gymnasium tym- tym and the following committee was appointed to...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Bus Consumed by Fire from Spark [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

1 1 BUS CONSUMED BY FIRE FROM SPARK Driver and Lone Passenger Passenger Passenger ger Escape Escape Traffic Delayed When a spark from a defective ignition system set et fire to the gas gas- gasoline gasoline oline an east eastbound bound Consolidated Stages bus is was destroyed at 5 o'clock this morning about one mile mUe east e t of Columbia The driver and one passenger er who were the sole occupants of the bus buse escaped e cap d without injury but were un un- unable unable Unable able to do anything to put out the fire I I i I I The blazing blazi ng gasoline and tires i caused a heat so intense that all traffic was forced to halt hatt until it subsided the driver drier dri er of a bus being compelled to wait thirty- thirty I five fhe minutes before he he- could safely pass the flaming fin ming wreck pass Bus schedules in general were ere hampered yesterday by a drizzling mist which froze on the highway hi hway j and caused wheels to skid The 7 o'clock Purple Swan bus bm from St....

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Child Struck by Car [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

I Child hUd Struck by Car CarI I Opal Burks year old Jefferson I City girl was as run over Friday by byj byi j i a car driven by H H. M. M Marsh representative representative I from Clinton County Her j I injuries wore were dangerous but her he con con- condition condition is improving ing and the pro I lie inn attorney determined that the ac- ac accident accident was as unavoidable una VO dable f r Yf Y f I 1 AL i

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Temperatures to Remain Low in Middle West [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

TEMPERATURES TO REMAIN LOW LOWIN LOWIN IN MIDDLE WEST Drifts Hinder Charity Work in Chicago Slums LOCAL RELIEF PREDICTED Lowest Here Last Night Was 2 Degrees Snow Degrees Snow Tomorrow The temperature dropped to 2 degrees above zero here last night Moderation is in sight according to the Weather Bu Bu- Bureau Bur Bu- Bu Bureau reau r au forecast and the lowest temperature tonight will be about 12 degrees above zero In Min Mm- Minnesota Minnesota and Michigan the tem tem- temperatures temperatures ranged from 6 to 22 degrees below zero at 7 o'clock this morning Snow may be ex expected ex- ex expected expected here tomorrow with tUh ris- ris rising rising rising ing temperature JEFFERSON CITY Mo Jan 15 UP central Central Missouri today was wasI in the grip of winter and ice cov coy covered covered ered roads were responsible for hun bun hundreds hundreds I deeds of or automobile accidents Jefferson City alone has I seventy eight accidents accidents eve seventy five evet t fi of them l...

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M. E. Meeting Here to Discuss Funds [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

M. M E. E MEETING HERE HERETO HERETO HERETO TO DISCUSS FUNDS Plans for Canvassing State Will Be Consid Consid- Considered Considered Considered ered This Week Plans for a campaign over the en en- en entire entire tire state to raise funds or or the new Methodist Episcopal Church under construction here will be discussed at a two-day two meeting which will be beheld beheld held in Columbia Thursday and Fri Fri- Fri Fri- day Bishop W W. F. F McMurry of Fayette presiding elders of each of the dis dis- districts districts dis- dis districts of Missouri Mi url and a number of ministers and laymen are expected to attend the meeting Manuel Drumm chairman of the th finance committee is in charge of the arrangements Sessions will be held in the morning and the after after- afternoon afternoon afternoon noon of ot both days The noon and evening meals will be served d by bv the tho J women of the church for the the- build build- building building ing committee to the visitors ling Dr J J. J W ...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Methodist Men Elect Officers [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

METHODIST MEN ELECT OFFICERS C. C W. W Furtney to Head Or Or- Organization Organization Organization of Broad Broad- Broadway Broadway Broadway way Church C. C W. W was elected president president president dent of the Broadway Methodist Church Mens Men's Club at the banquet and meeting of the club held Ild last Jut night at the Broadway Methodist Church Other officers are Vice- Vice N. N W. W Burton secretary A A. A J. J Meyer and treasurer J. J F. F Brossart BrOMart The officers were elected upon rec rec- recommendation rec- rec tion of ot the nominating committee com corn composed of A. A A. A Jeffrey E. E B. B McDonnell and J. J T. T McMullan Following the banquet which was wass served s by J. J J. J Pyles Ira McDonnell Frank Leebrick Dr H. H T. T Buescher J. J E. E Hathman and C. C A. A Johnson a program by members of the Metho Metho- Methodist Methodist Methodist dist Student Organization was given liven under the direction of Miss Mias Marian Marten MarianA Avery A very Miss ...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Court Asked to Approve Center [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

I COURT COUR T ASKED TO APPROVE CENTER County and City T. P.-T. A. A Councils Want Nurses Nurses' Work to Go On Both the Boone County Council of Parents Parent and Teachers and the City Council of ot Teacher Parent-Teacher Associations Associations II of Columbia have presented pe pe- petitions petitions to the Boone County Court sing that the court give live the neo neo- necessary j essary approval to the work wort of of the I Nurses Training Center here TIlls This work which has haa been going I on for the last Ute under six siw months Tinder the the direction of Miss Maud Mend of the Boone County Health Unit must mUtt have ha ve the approval of the County Count I Court before it can fl continue Into info the new year The entire expense of the work is paid by the Chil Chil- Children's Childrens Childrens Children's drens dren's Bureau at Washington D. D C. C and the Rockefeller institute through I which organizations money is allowed for the salaries and expenses of Miss I and sev...

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Last Official Acts Finished [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

TS LAST OFFICIAL OF ACTS FINISHED Baker Turns Tum Over Ov r Spanish American War ar Fund and Certifies C Bond I JEFFERSON CITY Mo Jan 15 j 4 UP U P P. The I-The The last official acts acta of Gov Sam A. A Baker Bakr were wert the th turning over of the Spanish American war fund to cloy Gov Henry 8 S. Caulfield ld and certifying ing the official bond of State Treasurer Tn r asure-r Larry Brunk The Spanish American war fund I which was as appropriated by Congress more than twenty years year ago as a aI bonus to Missourians who served in inthe Inthe I the war Increased more mor than 1500 1500 during d uri the administration of Gov I Baker I

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City Collected $108,000 in 1928 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

City Ky Collected in I The total city collection made in inthe Inthe Inthe the year 1928 1028 were ere 73 accord accord- according according ing tog to Grover Lanham city j I tor The following were the sources cf of revenue for the year street main maln- I. I city revenue venue r 43 sewer fund li library Ii- Ii fund

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Democratic Dinner Jan. 28 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

I I Democratic Dinner r Jan 28 2 SPRINGFIELD Mo Jan 15 I 4 UP U P. P Democrats P.-Democrats Democrats Democrat will win gather here Jan 28 for the th annual Missouri Jack Jack- Jackson Jackson son n Day dinner which was postponed on account count a of the illness of Charles Charlest JM t M. M 1 Hay Ha the principal speaker

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Educator to Open School Meet Tonight [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

I EDUCATOR TO OPEN SCHOOL MEET TONIGHT M. M S. S Pittman Rural Authority on Ini mi- Initial Initial Program EXPECTED TO ATTEND A Groups of Administrators to Meet in Independent Independent Independent dent Sessions Prof Prot Marvin arvin S. S Pittman one of the outstanding rural school admin admin- administrators in the country will wilt talk tonight in the University Auditorium at the opening of the five-day five ses ses- session session ses- ses session sion here for county superintendents His subject will be The Pentagonal Program of the Public School Prof Proto Pittman who is director of ot rural education of the Ypsilanti State Teachers College at Ypsilanti Mich has haa spent the last year study study- lag ing the rural school system while on ona ona ona a trip through Europe The program opens tonight at 7 30 o'clock with several musical arise arise- selections selections by the David Hickman High School orchestra Charles A. A Lee superintendent of public schools who will presi...

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County Roads Are Discussed [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

I I COUNTY ROADS DS ARE DISCUSSED State Highway Man Meets Meet With County Court Today County roads and bridges have hav t been occupying attention of the th County Court here for tor the last lut sev sev- several several severa eral era days This morning R. R W. W Hodson of the th state highway department met with 1 the Court in regard rd to the resurfacing ing lag of a road around the county Infirmary which has haa been used as a I L highway detour on No 63 83 The Flu state department agreed to put the thi road in good load condition and to put pul loads Joada of or gravel cravel to a mile mlle on or 1 l the five lve or six miles as a detour The graveling will wUI be done under the direction of the county Last night the final arrangements I were re made with property owners near the Big Cedar between n Boone and Callaway counties for obtaining a way right for the highway and anda an a new bridge bridle to be built across the creek The right of way was wu obtain obtainS obtained ed...

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K. C. Boxer Dies following Bout [Newspaper Article (death notice)] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

K Boxer Bozer 80 Dies DI Following Bout Boat I Kan Jan Jsn 15 UP U P Frank Civella 22 Kansas City fly- fly l I hr f d herO her h r cf r injuries I j I received r in a boxing exhibition with I Steve Selina last Jut night

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Game Tonight States at 8 O'Clock [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

Game G Tonight ht Starts at mt S O'clock The Th basketball game tonight be be- bet between tween t the University of t Kansas and the University of Missouri in ui Rothwell Gymnasium vill ill iLI begin at 8 9 The usual time in previous p lous years for the start of varsity basketball games has been 7 30 For those holding ho student tickets the athletic de de- department department de- de department desires it known that only the student tickets with the I blue covers are good for the game tonight I

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Scout Leaders to Meet Tonight [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

SCOUT LEADERS TO MEET TONIGHT L Will Finish Plans for foi Anniversary Week Feb 8 to 14 The aders of the Columbia Columbis group of the Central Missouri Area Ares of Boy Scouts will meet m t at 7 1 o'clock tonight in the local head headquarters h ad- ad adI I quarters to complete compete plans for th the Scout Anniversary Anui Week Feb 8 to t 14 I The entire ent ire area has plans p ns which i call for a uniform program on Feb 8 the S-the the troop family night but night bu each community plans to devote d vote th the ther remainder r of the week to some ac activity ac- ac activity in which the community wil wilbe wilbe be drawn into the program Plans for the Columbia program will be worked out this evening I A. A J. J Gillette local Scout exec executive ex c. c will visit the other towns in ir inthe I Ithe the area his week eek i and similar plans i I will be arranged lor for the needs o of r reach each community corom un ty

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J. L. Wells Opens Veterinary Meet [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

J. J L. L WELLS OPENS VETERINARY MEET I Weather Conditions Low Low- Lower er Registration for Special Course Adherence to standards set up by f the veterinary department of thi the th University was urged by Dr J J. L L. Wells president of the Missouri Vet Vet- Veterinary Veterinary Veterinary Association at mt the opening of a special sp ial course for veterinarians this morning at 9 o'clock in the i Veterinary Building At 9 30 o'clock about twenty had ha I registered for tor the course This Thia is 18 ii S considerably under the number ex ex- peeled Weather W ather conditions will un un- undoubtedly undoubtedly Undoubtedly keep the attendance down but a much larger registration was I expected during the day Dr J. J W W. Connaway charman of or C the department of veterinary science of the University spoke outlining briefly the aims of the special course The uThe University is Interested in is promoting the veterinary ve science he said and its policy is to help brig any local veter...

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Must Care for His 3 Children [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

MUST CARE FOR HIS 3 CHILDREN R. R P. P Reids Reid's Alternative Is Year in Boone County Jail Roy P. P Held of St St. Louis who ho entered a plea of guilty yesterday on the charge of deserting his hil three small children was wa sentenced sent to one year in the Boone County jail tha th's morning in Circuit t Court Reid formerly lived on a farm three miles north of ot Hinton T R p TT H 4 r A n f i t 4 nf t 1 I L l Reids Reid's h who hu has been k keeping p Reid Reids i three children since the death ol oj their mother about three years ago ala testified that tha t he was waa to receive ve 1 1 i s iday Iday day for their upkeep upke p. p but that Un the last lut payment was made in September 1027 1927 1 27 Reid testified that he was aI makIn makIna 30 a week w k now but was wu married and would be unable to contribute mODe morie for their th lr support but that ht ho would be able to support them if it they would auld go with him to St. St Louis Louil However he will not have to serve...

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End of Treaty Fight Appears near in Senate [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

L END OF TREATY FIGHT APPEARS NEAR liAR IN SENATE Reed Faction to Vote for Pact if Re Re- Report Report port Is Made MadeLONG MadeL LONG DEADLOCK BROKEN J Other Opposition Forces Forc to Follow Missouri j Senators Senator's Lead t 4 Congress Co Today By United Pre Press PI SENATE Continues war anti-war treaty treat de- de bate bale I Rules Committee considers res ree- resolution res- res resolution 1 to hold holdup up proposed Hd re revision ze- ze revision vision of the Senate Chamber Interstate Commerce Commit Commit- Committee Committee tee continues coal investigation Uon Indian Affairs Committee con COD continues Jackson Barnett Case cue Inquiry I HOUSE ROUSE Continues consideration of War I I nt appropriation WU bin billand t tand and additional judgeship hUla bills j f Merchant Marine Committee hearing on radio 1 Foreign Affairs Committee Commutes hearing on resolution to put ut I I House on record as aa favoring ra- ra ratification raI rs I of Kellogg Kellon peace pact f Agr...

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Three Fires in Two Days is Record of Columbia Resident [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

Three Fires in Two Days Is Record of 01 Columbia Resident A defective flue nue which caused a shingle fire yesterday at the home or of f W. W E. E Wright South Fifth JUUl StreEt treet started more trouble this morning when the fire department was u as called twice to put out small tim fires The first alarm was at 11 51 o'clock clock this thia morning and the second at t Each time there theN ws WM a small blaze blue on the roof around the he chimney The was done donery doi by ry the fire YEtte a Y y and was WU increased d by the ones today Lint caught in r t. hot air pipe caus esi- caused ed another r small fire tire a few hours boors later this morning at West Ash AIh Street treet n f fth th residence of Albert Carter arter No damage damace resulted t. t

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