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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

TWO THE MISSOURIAN TUESDAY Y JANUARY 15 15 1929 r

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
Source: University of Missouri School of Journalism [Missouri Digital Heritage]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Success for School Bills is Indicated [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

SUCCESS FOR 1 I SCHOOL BILLS IS INDICATED Combined Factors Add Impetus to Legisla Legisla- Legislative tive Program CHANCES ARE FAVORABLE Governor Asks wide State-wide Survey Survey Sentiment Sentiment Is Widespread By a Stall Staff Sta ff Correspondent Correspond en t JEFFERSON CITY Jan Sc 13 S eral factors have combined the last few lew days to add fresh impetus us to the program of proposed state school leg leg- legislation and its chances of at least lea t partial success in the General As As- Assembly Assembly appear favorable Gov Henry S. S Caulfield in his inaugural speech yesterday recognized ed cd the inequality of educational op op- opportunity opportunity op- op in Missouri He recommended recommended mended a commission to survey con con- conditions conditions and a wide state-wide conference to discuss school needs The survey flY he said should be along lines s fol fol- followed followed fol- fol followed lowed by the State Teachers' Teachers Asso Asso- Association spons...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Los Angeles Back Home [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

LOS ANGELES ANGELES' BACK B. B CK HOME JIO Completes Training Trip Down Don the Atlantic Coast LAKEHURST N N. J. J J. J Jan 15 U U. UP P The P.-The The navy dirigible Los Angeles arrived at its Us hangar early today from St. St Josephs Josepha Bay near Apala- Apala chicola Fla after an extended training flight down the Atlantic A Coast Couto Commander Charles E E. Ros- Ros Rosendahl Rosendahl endahl reported report d that the giant craft encountered good flying conditions throughout the return trip and had been aided by tail taU winds on the last 1000 miles enabling the shin to make a speed of or mlle miles an hour hour The Los Angeles appeared over Lakehurst at 12 1230 30 o o'clock clock this morn- morn mornIng lag Ing and was placed in the hangar an hour and a half halt later la t r. r

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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State G. O. P. Editors to Meet [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

State G. G O. O E. E Editors Editor to Meet M t KANSAS CITY Jan 15 UP UPA A meeting of or the Republican Editor Editor- Editorial ial isi Association of ot Missouri will be beheld beheld beheld held the day preceding the annual Lincoln Day dinner of or the socia A-socia- A socia- socia tion 1100 ol ot Young Republicans of Mis Mis- Missouri Sam Clark of or Carrollton is b president of the editorial association

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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On the University Campuses [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

I u il On The University Campuses 1 I TRAINING MEETING PLANNED I I Y T. W. W C. C A. A to Hold H ld Retreat at in March I Tour Tour Is I. Announced Anno Plans were w re made to hold a cabinet t I training council retreat ret some time I during March at the th meeting of the theY I Y W W. C C. A A. cabinet at Lowry TY Hall Halli i yesterday afternoon I Election of new cabinet for the they year y ar 1929 and 1930 will ill take place about the middle of March A one one- day retreat of new and old cabinets I of both the Y W W. C C. C A A. and Y M M. MC i. i I i C C. A A. will then th n be held hed for the instruction of the new ne members m rs in 1 their the cabinet duties I Plan Plans were er also aL made for a St St. StPatrick's Patricks Patrick's to be given by bv the theY I Y W W. C C. A A. on March 18 18 for all allI I I University women Announcement was made of or the I student summer tour of several ral for for- foreign foreign eign countries to be sponsored by the e national org...

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At the Hospitals [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

I At the Hospitals I Boone Mete Meta eta Eitzen and Harry Burnett were were- discharged yesterday Dorothy Ha Hayes es was admitted admit ted this morning 1 ni The following were wen ed es ves- esterday Elmer Sl Sharp arp Loomed Leonard LC nl rd B B- B jer Fay Jean Barbee Sara M M. Rand RandalL Ida Smith Clarence Garrison Bo- Bo Bowick B Bewick wick Rose Ros t Pease a aLyle Lyle and Roscoe Roscor Sally i was vas discharged J yesterday c Guy S S' S rd was d' d yesterday

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Church to Call Dr. Lowe [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

W lIt RH TO ALL LII DR I JOWL 1 Ott L M. M l r. Graduate MT 11 Take Tak Wichita ichita Fa F lor ate After Arter Tour The Con Central ral Church of or Christ in IP Wichita Kan Kari has voted to extend x tend a call to the pastorate of Dr P Frank ank M M. f. f Lowe of Kansas Cit City immediate immediate- immediately ly upon his return urn Irons from a i vord ord v tour Dr Di Lowe Low who WI received n c ind the de degree dl de- degree gree of B D. S S. S in from froni th University of oC in 1919 will ill I sail san from San Francisco Jan 18 lie I has indicated that he will wul consider I a call after n ter the tour Dr Lowe was Ja astor jastor tor of DC the Chris Christian II tian Uan Church at Mexico 1 Mo Io until J JI I the first of the year veir

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Former Students Have Daughter [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

Former ormer Students Stud Have Ha Daughter Mr Ir and Mrs Ralph G u. 1 ia falor lor Longview Wash have ha ann annc n n the birth of a daughter I l. l lacy ic lCY L L. Lon on Dec 3 3 Both Mr lr and aid Mrs Ta Talor lor br were former fonner students student in the Ui Uni- Uni 1 Mrs Irs Taylor was forn formerly forn Miss May lay Lee LN of Bowling Green and oid andis audis 1 is a l member of Pi Pets Pea Pe a P Pin 11 sororitY soror t y

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Bridegroom Wears Conventional Black [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

I I Bridegroom Wears Conventional Black I I 4 t. t 1 i Ii I II I 4 W J January is June Junt for fo I bruit s II 11 rr re r. r r till hit principals in the s seasons season's I. I n first fI t formal affair affairs at T si Math lh ft r and ard ar d many I elaborate dancing ceremonies usher ushr in in the mam JIT SIa season seas

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Death is Victor in Race [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

DEATH IS Ib VICTOR VITOR IN RAft RAE Inhaling Apparatus Arrives Too TooLate Late Lair I. I to Save Sa Yf Texas Child hUd I TEMPLE Tex Tfx Jan 15 UP U P Dath D th thon won on a spectacular s race with tHan nian n in and machine here Sunday I m nl night ht I Airplanes rushing oxygen oxy n Inhaling apparatus to save ave the life of Pres- Pres ten t n A A. A i Sunnie hilders ill with wit h influenza were we're forced down by in Missouri and Ohio 1 The he instruments were wre transferred to tot t trains rains but arrived here after aft r Sun Sun- ie ues ies' s' s death The child was a the grandson of Dr DrA A 1 C C. Scott Se prominent Sun Dr att tt said he was confident the in- in hilin apparatus would have saved tl the e bov boys boy's s life

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League to Hold Open Forum [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

I IrUlE UE tE TO HOLD D OPEN FORUM M Six Sic Local Lal People to Speak at Mexico o Meeting Mf Thursday I Thomas J Walker J. J editor of School I iud and nd Community will be among the thep p eakers kers in an n open legislative l i lati e for for- forum forI I um urn to be held h ld under the auspices of tIle the Mexico League Lea ue of or Women Voters o Ol i Thursday afternoon His subject will ill be Public Legislation In Mis- Mis Misi i Among the he t other persons persona from Co- Co CoI Columbi I who will wUI speak are Mrs Mn Louell Louella St St. Clair Moss Mou Mrs C C. W w. Greene Mrs Mary Asbury McKay Miss Ella Victoria Dobbs and Mrs IF F. F A A. Middlebush Mrs Moot Mom M 8 director of the forum will talk on Jury Service for Wo Wo- Women Women men Mrs Charles W W. Greene on r Work for crippled Children w Middlebush on the treaty Miss Mi Dobbs Dobbe on public of Missouri and Mrs In McKayS McKa McKay child labor in Missouri A dinner and program will wW be b bat hsK at the Hotel...

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Untitled [Newspaper Advertisement] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

Tell and sell U UW with W Want t Ads Ad i l c. 44 i College I Cleaners i I 4 I i III II I 1 i i Catering to io Student Trade Trad We do expert cleaning anti and antiI pressing We Ve specialize in in i mens men's and women's omens alter alter- altering alteri altering ing and repairing Work Woric j called for and delivered i Phone 2340 i 1 COLLEGE COI JI GE CLEANERS L NERS t 29 S. S Ninth i 4 GOING TO Error Leading students Tours Tour visiting British I I Isles les s. s France Spain Bet Bel gium glum Holland Switzerland Switz rland Itay Germany Gt Austria and Northern Europe 1300 up For information write MISS I S DOLLY nOLI Y T TAYlOR T. 07 S S. S enter Center St st. Longview Long Texas 00 i- i v 1 1 t 5 5 t I r-ii r a 5 1 l t z I 4 t 4 f t I i fi t i t i Get Y You f Permanent 1 t. t ii Eugene Marcel Marcelt T t January Special t I 1 10 0 i r t I i I Missouri Beauty Shop t Phone ti tio corri o i Theatre Tha re 5 5 s 5 s I 1 Lw- Lw t. t CAB COe CO COI t j I 1 or V 2 Passengers 0 D II ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

f r THE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN TUESDAY JANUARY 15 1929 4 m kI Aa I F Ne of Columbia Columbia Society f

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Miss Kirtley to Wed in Costa Rica [Newspaper Article (weddings)] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

J Miss Kirtley to Wed Wedin I Costa Rica in Mrs Nral Kirtley South Ninth Ninth street has lias the engage engage- enga engagement e- e ment of her daughter Miss Mary trude to Carl Lyerly of Costa Rica The wedding redding sin San Jose place in m March at the take will American J. J Legation in San Jose Miss Kirtley Kirt ley was W as graduated from I 0 the University with ith an un A A. A B. B degree in 1927 and is a member of Chi II Omega and Delta Tau Kapp soror soror- sororities Ides Last Las June Jun she an I to the American Legation Lega Lega- Legation ga- ga gation I tion in San an Jose Jos where she fihe met Mr Lyerly who ho is the son of Mrs J J. J M M. I L. L Lyerly of Salisbury N N. C C. and is isa isa i a graduate of the University of i North Carolina Mr and Mrs 1 Lyerly will make their their home in IrS San Jose JosP v vere here he heIs he heis heis Is president of the Costa Rican branch of a tobacco company

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Theta Pledges Give Dinner for Actives [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

Theta Pledges Pledges Give I Dinner for Actives I IThe The pH pl iges g 5 of Kappa Alpha The The- Theta i their annual din din- dinner dinner ta sorority rave gave ner and entertainment f for the ac 1 ac- ac active tive five members at the ho house sj last ast night t I Miss Katherine Little of Fort i Smith Ark was in charge chan e of the entertainment The house was i decorated to represent nt the Kite I I Athletic Club Song and dance numbers were ure gum given g Cn b by b the club i members A six tube Atwater Kent t radio was wa presented pr by the pledges as 85 their gilt gift to the h house use I I Dr J J. J L L. Wt WelLs Us of Blue Springs ar armed ar- ar arrived I I rived med las kist la to spend p the week rek here as the guest of Mr Ir and Mrs I j J. J G G. Wells Well's 1404 Rosemary Lane He will leave ue 13 H Friday y I Kappa Alpha Alph Theta has announced the pledging of Miss 1 Eleanor Mauze V of Kansas City Cu I Mrs AIrs Harry W W. Se-rvan Se of St st. Luis Louis came came...

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Belief in Witches is Strong despite Three Convictions [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

Belief B ef in Witches Is I s Strong Despite Three Convictions Convictions' YORK P- P T Jan 15 nj V.P.- V.P. P Yorks f af killing trials ar arC ended and till the t hrC convicted Ct d men will be he gln gl n th ther t r sentences for for- forma form formalI ma m malI II ll this week eek Wilbert Hess 18 convicted con Satur- Satur Saturday day dav ni ht ol 01 second degree degree murder will ill I t l sentenced to from ten to twenty years wars and aid his companions companions- John Curry and arid John pr n n the slaYing Slav me of Nelson t-elson r. r will be given life nt in accord with th jurys jury's s recommendations Revelation Hen la t ion in iii the three trials have ha not served ser to kill the be j be- be belief I lief li f in witchcraft w entertained f. by bv i many in th t this his s region Tf ion Several Se per per- persons perSons fr sons after the tr als told the United Unit Unit- United ed Press correspondent they still Mill t ill believed belic in this relic of the dar...

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King Maintains Progress [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

KING MAINTAINS l PROGRESS Quern Queen QU n Nearly Recovered tr d. d Prince George orge Much Mian Better Belter tt r LONDON LO DON Jan 15 i King U P King George maintained today his lus slow progress toward recovery ery Irons from the I illness s which has kept him bedridden den for almost two months it was said officiallY at Buckingham Palace p today Queen n Mai who has JOtS bot b fn n indisposed since Friday had pra Practically ct i cally recovered it was added and Prince George was aid said to be much better i

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Son Didn't Want That 'Gift-Horse' [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

SON DIDN'T WANT THAT THA T HORSE GIFT Rumor of Sale of State Park Is Reminder of I Incident Here From Jefferson City Capital News Neus The rumor that the penitentiary T P Would be 10 willing to sell the State Slate Park m in ir the eastern section of th the town to t the city reminds us its of ln an n incident that t ha t took took place near Co- Co CoI I lumba last Thanksgiving ivin Dav Day The Th son son-m son law law of to do a farmer had nad mg dinner with his law lather fa in After the bountiful repast the th firmer farmer took his hL son-in- son I Ja law RW over O and 1 nd showed ed him the he t good Pom's Poin s ah about ut an adjoining farm farm- he heI I i h had ad d purchased And after I K upon tipon the tire v value of the farm fann I the firm r said ald Doctor I am go- go goin mg trig in to make Inake you vou and your our wife v a deed ami to t this farm tomorrow i Tie ri son law in m-liw m knowing that hi his if a i th Ow only heir would ulti-t ulti uIt 1 receive f the ...

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Two Women's Groups to Meet Tomorrow [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

II I I I i i I Two Women's Groups to Meet Tomorrow The Fortnightly Club and the W W. WC C c. T T. U U. are two to of the women's or organizations or- or organizations holding meetings to tomorrow to- to morrow Dr A A. G G. Hogan HC will address the Fortnightly Club at 8 t its meeting at Read Hall at 3 o'clock on Recent Developments in Nutrition This will be followed by questions and discussion Mrs 1 W W. G G. Manly and Mrs A A. H H. HR R R. Fairchild will be the hostesses at atthe atI atthe the social hour They will be as assisted as- as assisted by Mrs M M. H H. Cochran Mrs Roy E E. Curtis Mrs H H. E E. E. E French Mrs H H. M M. Garlock Oarlock Mrs W W. E E. i Gwatkin Jr and Mrs W. W F. F Har Har- Harrison HarI rison I The W W. C C. T T. U U. will hold a public meeting and program at the Broad Broad- Broadway Broadway way WilY Methodist Church at 7 30 o clock in honor of the anniversary of the ratification of the Eighteenth Amendment

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Pi Lambda Theata Initiates Fifteen [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

I I I I I I I I I Pi L Theta I Initiates I Fifteen Pi Pt Lambda Theta honorary so society so- so society I for women in the School of ofEd Education Ed cation held initiation last night for fifteen girls at the home of Miss Jessio Jessia J ssi Alice Cline Missouri MissouriA Avenue A venue Those initiated were ere Constance Bo Boyer er Lois Jacquin Helen Winn Elizabeth Lee Mrs Margaret l Tello Margaret t McClanahan Uarda New- New som Helen Jenkins Margaret Nor- Nor Norfleet NorI Norfleet fleet Esther Moris Mor-is Sadie Woods Ernestine Bennett Helen H Gilmore Lucy Lucy Neeper and Josephine Flana Flana- Flanagan gan Pi Lambda Theta will give a lunch lunch- luncheon lunchI eon een Thursday at the Inglenook in honor of Dr Laura asso asso- associate associate associate professor of education at Ohio State University Mrs J J. L L. Stephens who has been visiting in Chicago since be be- be before before fore Christmas as the guest of her I daughter dau Miss Laura Stephens has hasi i returned...

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