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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 2 September 1921

i f r k t 1 PAGE FOUR c US MARKETS TO BE FORCE f IN WORLD NOV Sir Edgar Jones Sajs Change Is Result of Vigor and Thoroughness of the People BANKING METHODS POOR America Has Jus4 Learned Its Financial and Industrial Dependence on Rest of World c B Is T Ill Clyde A IJuus he believed lioiicrcr learned thoroughly its financial aid industrial dpenderice on thf rest of the vorld A bankrupt vorld unabliTjto con sume and pay for 6ods saidSir Ed gar is as ruinoni to America as it is to an other country Even raw products like cotton tibial tobnco corper and spel tcr hare brought disaster to all tho e encased in producing uiciu in hS United Staler 1 lie preat rasuufacturing na tions of tlie Old VTorW vtiej the princi pal consumer of Ihoee material and wficn the ret of ihg world filled to ab sorb from tlios e coaittrichlieir m3ru facturid products5 hen there was no raarl ct for the United States material America scared Ecfiiaapes and alane in general- extravagance and luiur and consequently her...

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. — 2 September 1921

L REAL REVOLT LOOKED ON AS THE HOLY WAR jSpam May Be Forced to Evacu ate kind Held binee Lo- lunibus Discovered Islands WIDE INTEREST CREATED Fear Viclory of Moors in This Zone May Find Echo in Africa Asia Minor and Far EjsI Hi Jim OlJnnN WnitiJ Vris Stall ConesponJrnt ln I lail French political and imlitar circle are Matching with kern intercut the prugrcw of the revolt in Spanish Mororeo vhich apparent is de loping to ul1i an extent that the F evacuation In the Spaniards of Meldla i lihh th hate iKCUied the days nt ihij CnliiBiliu Mas divincring the island of the Carnbbean i looked up m jt certain Frtnch militar experts V empluire the cntial unitv of the 4s French ani slanM fronts in North Af nca a weakemnp or collapse ol ore por 7 trliJmp pae pTil for the oth r The rewilt of the tribes rI tlie III is looked upon a a Hoi War Sjcccss is hound to hate a far reaching i feet on the entire world of Ulam During the preat war there was much talk of a Onlat fir nmiliinpil effort nf alt ih...

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. — 2 September 1921

Space six tx V 4 Zf - THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN i Published every evening except Sunday by the Missourian Publish ing Association Ina Jay II Neff Hall Columbia Missouri ALFONSO JOIION Manacw SUBSCRIPTION HATES Gty Cash In advance Ycar4j00 6 month 200 J months 100 ly ihe week JO ceils tingle copies S cents By Mail in Boone County Year 300 6 months 5150 4 months v tl00 Outide the county Year 450 3 months 125 month 45 cents Pavahle in advance Member Audit Bureau of Grcula lions Kutrred as second class mail matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS News 274 Advertising and Circuatinn 53 ROCKEFELLERS SERVICE It is still a great indoor sport with many Americans to criticise our rich men and undoubted a great mam of the rich ones deserve ever more criti j cisra than the receive Bat merel be ing rich should not bring on ones head worlds of abuse a man may lie honctly iiili as well as honestly poor although the majority nf us are from experience without the rich man and vice versa if both ate honest an...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 2 September 1921

- k M 5 I ---1--- - - FOR SALE Girl bicycle Practical ly ncw Call G02 grccn C 6 FOR SALE Girls IiicycleAlniTst new Telephone 1292 pccn ur call at 403 llitt street C If t - FOR SALE Tliree Rood Perfection ---soil heaters two inly slightly used and 1 1- in first class shape 1libne - 527- white - f jSS FOR SALL One pair wire springs tor IS il lit- ioit lie X double ncu - i uunrai FOR SALE IHue rvening dress- Size 56 Call 525 green X FOR SALE Model Eight L C Smith n Pd as new A real bargain at 6500 Fbone 329 grccn after 5 p m R 3lf FOR SALE Mahogany bookcase with glass doors handsome oak dining room cabinet fumed oak sideboard and kitchen cabinet Extra value Phone 41green ir call at Christian College office 10 to 12 or 4 to 6 M 5tf FOR SALE Attractive seven room modern home on Wilson Acnuc hard wood floors newly decorated possession at once 7000 on cay terms Mod crn seven room solid brick bungalow bardwood floors beamed ceiling large jot paved street close to University 8500 Good eight ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 2 September 1921

- ri PAGE EIGHT In the Field of Sport AMERICA WILL DEFEND TITLE SEPTEMBER 2 To Play Australia in Interna tional Tennis Games al Foicst Hills New Jersey 10000 TO SEE MATCHES Same Americans Play Who Won Cup Last Year From Aus tralia Arc Favored to Win Again Uy Hemiy L Farkeu United Prcu Stall Correspondent West Srot Tems Cut Forest Hills L I By Mail On tlte velvet green courts of the West Side Tennis Club surrounded b scenes of picturesque beauty the Davis Cup perhaps llic mot prized trophy in the vvorld becomes tlic spoils for an international conflict Sep tember 2 America vill find her colore on tuo of the grralet players in the history of the game William T Tildcn the worlds single champion and William M John ston the vviry little bundle of California nerves On the sidelines read for call ale Kichanl ISorris Williams the Har vard star and national champion of 191 1 and 191fi and Waton Washburn veter an internationalist Ten lhonand spectators immlieriug the elite of American society...

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. — 3 September 1921

1 3 J THE COLUMBIA FOLKTEENTH YEAR ARCHITECT TO INSPECT NEW JLD BUILDING May Hold Classes in Home Economics Structure Soon Only West Wing Is Complete HAS 8 LABORATORIES Donor of 100000 for Second Half Will I foe His Name Inscribed Over Door J I Jararsnn architect for Ijniversity uildinc will arrive in Columbia In- norm from L Luuis to inpirt the construction ef the new Hume Econom ic buiMing prior to its completion Al though the actual date when tlic building njll be ready for occupancy has not liccn determined it is underMoiMl tliat the net should lie completed in a short time unless some portion of the present construction is condemned so room may le used for clasces this term Tlus building celling 100000 was tniilt exclusivclv for the education of University women and the unusually large enrollment in this department this all lias justified the appropriation b llie Fiftieth and General As semblies which made ossihle its erec tion The tiortion of the building nearing completion is...

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. — 3 September 1921

4wc 11 Wait- u ttr Er T xPACE TWO REFUGEES ARE LEAGUES NEW BIG PROBLEM 2 Flock of Russians in European B WJUIHU13 WU11IU w t Tl -11 1 In fc Immensely JOINT RELIEF PLANNED Commissioner lo Co Ordinale Leagues and Provide Work lo Be Selected al Geneva lii Hrvrv Wood United Press Slajf Correspondent GcMt lv ail What lo do vuth llie 300100 In 400000 liussian rffuceo who arc nov scattprrd tl roujdiout rl most evirv tate in Euiojic will coiili lulc m of the most complicated prob i ins to solved li llie eirnnJ pcncral aemLK of the Lcaeuc of alions which convenes here on SeptrmUr 5 Tlic question nf tiles Fluxion relu fees has novv reached such pmiwrtions tliat it has as an international problem been definitely decided bv Ihe European Flates belonging lo the League tint it ijii no Imp lip handled Ii indiudna govcrnracnls A a consequence llir problem vdl be tagcu up li the Lcasu f Nations villi llie co-op-ration of the lntcrnaiunal League of lied Cro S ciilies and the International I5cd Cross ...

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. — 3 September 1921

I aft BBIBKBHttB3ESBBBBIKmKUnBBBfmEBMBBk i iV Tff s jw p News of Columbia Society 5odrtr editors telephone 320 CnJ Irtnern 9 end 12 oclock The mcralicts of tlic Y W C A en tertained from 4 In 6 oVlock jestrrday afternoon at Head Hall in honor of the new Univciit pirK Miss Anna Iane president of the Y W C A and Alline Smith received tlic puests Others assiting in tlic houte were Mi Eva JolmMon Mis Maude Gwinn Mrs Mar garet Qiambcrlain and members of tlic V W A cabinet Miss Harriet Wanton anil Mis Eileen Lancaster en tertained the pucts with a dance throw ing noccavs to the new Mudents and Mifs Gladvs lira sang ltoc in the Bud Dancing was enjojed tlurinj the afternoon the muic lieing furnished liy Miss Kathrn Campbell and Mi Zcllc Wliilmarh Punch was served to the guests Prcsbvjcrian Mudcnts of the Univcr til were honor guests at a party given at the church from 8 until 10 oclock Thursday eveninp Games were acd and refreshments were served There were about eipht guest The members of C...

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. — 3 September 1921

py t p MK li It 1 i - if- m v I f It t m m TAGE FOUR THE COLUMBrA EVENING MISSOURIAN Puliliilicd ocry mcning except Sunday ly tlie Miwourian Publish ing Association Inc Jay II IScff Hall Columbia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Maacui SUBSCRIPTION RATES Citj Cash in alliance Year100 6 monlli 200 3 month- 100 Ily the ccV 10 cents single copic 5 cents B Jlail in Boone Count Year J3O0 0 months 1 50 4 months il00 Outside the rounty Year S450 3 months 123 month 45 cents 1avahlc in ahancc Member Audit Bureau of Ovula tions it Knlcrcd as ond cIas mail matter jj TELEPHONE NUMBERS It Ncs 274 iv Advertising and Circualion 55 C OF C TOR OPEN SHOP f Jj St Louis industries hac been suffer- ing from strikes and many uho ant to vorl liatc been unable to find em it itiloRicnt It seems ttrangc that vhcn tliliundrrds of derails of the foreign war iiwcrc parading the streets asking for jjjvoik that hundreds of men with good jjljobs refused to ttork The same con ililions cist everywhere to tome extent nien vi...

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. — 3 September 1921

5 r i J FOR SALE Girls bicycle Practical ly new Call 602 green C 6 FOR SALE Girl bicycle Almost new Telephone 1292 green or cill at 403 Hilt street C tf FOR SLE Three good Perfection oil heaters two only slightly used and third in first class shape Phone 527- white WANTED TO BUY J 7 FOR SALE Blue evening dress Size 36 Call 525 grecn X 6 FOR SALE Model Eight L C Smith as good as new A real bargain at 6500 Phone 329 green after 5 p m R 3tf FOR SALE Mahogany boolxase with glass doors handsome oak dining room cabinet fumed oak sideboard and kitchen cabinet Extra value Phone 44 green or call at Christian College office 10 to 12 or 4 to 6 M 5if FOR SALL Attractive sev en room modem home on Wilson Aenue hard vood floors newly decorated possession at once 7000 on easy terms Mod ern seven room solid brick bungalow hardwood floors beamed ceiling large lot paved street close to University 8500 Good eight room modern house one block from University large lot 6000 for quick sale jLossession to s...

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. — 3 September 1921

PA i i I i I PACE SIX EXPECT GOOD I COTTON CROP Missouri Yield Should Surpass That of Any of Cotton k Belt States t The Missouri cu Inn crop a 78 per cent normal on August 25 indicating 11 jirlil of 50000 bale according In E A Logan and JcvmII Mayes of tlir Federal and State Crop Keening 5er ite Ojtton suffered from lack of nhjilutr and cxccsiie lieat tlic earl part of August and during tiie latter part from too much moisture inducing lieav crnulli without setting a ponding number of bolls Shedding has resulted in some places Missouri cotton is in the bet condi tion of an of the cotton belt stales with TrnnrMce and Arkansas following JThc national eottun supply proiiects in tlicate 7037000 bales which is the fcmallrst rotlon crop since 1895 when the jicld was 7161000 bale liuller Unintr condition is la per cuit ieelillc is 90 per cent but it i fpottcd Run crtips being good while olhirs arc badly hurt b drought j Quiln registers 60 per cent but the crop was damaged b drought and late...

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. — 5 September 1921

4 m M w vfmjfgf THE COLU FOURTEENTH YEAR CITY SCHOOLS START A NEW SESSION TODAY 530 in Attendance at C H S Today Scnnir Class Has Fewer Than That of Last Year TTOUK BEGINS TUESDAY Eniollinenl at U II S Nearly 200 Year Opening With a New Principal 9 Supervisors The public reboots opened iliis morn ing with an eniollinent which promises to 1 even larger than llial of last year sccuiilinp to 1 0icr superintendent of schools Although regular school work did not begin todav llic work of organ izing classes in the high anil grade schools was well Hanoi Class work will bcjin tomotrow Enrollment in In ill the high school and llic prade Imitinued all through the day Although the greater part of the students have alread enrolled exact figures for the total enrollment will not he rcodv until tomorrow Mr Oliver a busy all day aligning children to the dicrent ward schools with a view tu keeping the enrollment practically the same in all At Columbia High School toda 530 were in attendance Tlie se...

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. — 5 September 1921

PACE TWO J MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE a Jlr and Airs W C DeWitt and small 1 son of Ardmorc Okla who have been visiting W H liraselton left for their i home Friday after completing a lour of the East Mr DeWitt and Mr Brascllon Here bojliood friends- Mr and Airs A W Forsec left Saturday to visit Mrs James F Barnes 11 el Fulton t Mrs M W Henry of Elbcrrv and j Mrs Ella Arnold of St Louis left for id their homes after a visit villi their J mother Mrs James Young hi J C Abbott has gone to Omaha for Jl viit with relatives there ii Norton Phillipps retnrned to Moberlv after a business trip to Columbia u Richard Spencer 502 Rollins is home from Annapolis for a months vacation Albert who ha been in Co- lumbia ombusincf for several dajs re- turned to Kansas Cit j Saturdav W 0 Dixon went to Mexico on ness Saturdav - G y White of Ahland left Saturdav for Kansas Cit Rufell E Hollows went to son Saturda on bu ine Jesse Turner has returned to Stur c peon after a business trip to Columbia Mrs J P IleMcr l...

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. — 5 September 1921

IE 2 i i sas Ot Charles and Lorcnz FiJicr Cape Citardcau George and Clen Nov ingcr Kuksvillc Frank P Bryam of Harrifonvillc Mo a tuilcnt in the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis Mil was a week end guest at the Pi Kappa Alpha Houc The members of the Kappa Sigma fra tcrmty announce- the pledging of the following Ben Howard Cape Girar deau Forrest Fowler Guv Pratt Gard nel Surface and Champ Clark Gross Hanas Cilv Robert Moore Ted Siibert and Guv Leldcll St Louis Lee Swind ler Mu kogec Okla Tom Branford Oarcnce Island Okmulgee Okla Ran dall llolden Crescent Max living tun Mountain Grove Donald Dowell Maty villc and Chauncv Simpson Bsworth Mo B W Simmons who lias been visiting the Pi Kappa Alpha houte left for Tren ton III to enter the Universil there Miss Gladvs Morris guest at the Delta Delta Delta 1iuum left Saturday for Gallatin Mo It E Thurston left Clark on a bu incss trip Saturdav for Mics Glory Kirk Itowenc Reed and Marjoric Looncv guests at tlic Delta Gamma House returned...

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. — 5 September 1921

ft 1 ubiMied every evening except Sunday by the Misurian Publish ing Association Inc Jay II NcfT Hall Columbia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Manaoui SUBSCniPTION KATES City Year JOO 6 inontli 200 3 month 10 By the neck 10 cents single copies 5 cents By Mail in Boone Count Year 53O0 6 months 150 4 months 100 Outside the count Year 150 3 months 123 month 45 cents liable in advance Member Audit Bureau of Grcula tions Kntcrcd as second class mail matter TELEPHONE NUMBEBS Nevis 274 AdicrtiMiiR and Circulation 55 BOBBING THE HAIR TIIUST Theres a Reason Yc knew there Mas and c Mere confident all the time that eventual we would find it Our Jiicnd vviih bobIed hair have given man ieaons for being in that condi tion their eagerness to give us reasons made us suspicious of their motives A writer to the Open Column said Who sas a girl cant do more efficient work when she hasnt a mop of hair piled on top of her head and suffering from a throbbing hcadaclie caused by that hair Thats a fair question an...

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. — 5 September 1921

J iig - it zoc mier heat 907 n5SSPrST5iSE3SP psrapp - CLASSIFIED ADS rhonc 33 Phone 55 Additional Ads too late to classify will be found elsewhere One Cent a Word a Day Six Insertions for 5c a Word FOR SALE FOR SMX Two burner oil stote CooJ condition Steel range with winn ing tosrt and reR rtoir can be connected to boiler Can burn wood or coal Good l new 317 S 5th St Phone 1071 red K 7 rOI SLE Potatoes Carload in Mondaj 1 25 in len bushel lots S140 in entailer lots E E Scott Columbia S 7 KOI MLE 191G Harlej -Davidson Jlulorcicle with ide car Cheap for cash r tiade for saxophone 716 Mary land Call lliRpinbotham 692 red 11 11 TOM SLE Bedstead sprints and nutrcs in Rood condition all for 10 Phone 301 L 8 I0U SLE Girl bicjcie Almost ne Teleplmne 1292 green or call at Hitt street G 4tf 1011 LE -Three good Perfection oil hbihr Inn only slightly used and tUnl in tirsl -class shape Phone 527 nhitc J7 roi su Moki e ih l c Smith t as new A leal bargain at 6500 Fhuie Jzrem after 5 p m R 3lf 10...

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. — 5 September 1921

PAGE SIX HORSES MAY BECOME MUSEUM CURIOSITIES WITHIN NEXT DEC IDE New York II Mail to UniicJ IreM Tlic Iiore will be wrtually unly a subject for natural lii tor in tlic United States uitltin a ile badr F W Ftnn hccrclarj of tlic na tional nntor trucV committee National Automohilc Qiamlier of Commerce dc clarrd loila Tlii9 animal vlucli lias served man Urnl for aces is disappearing so rapid ly as a result of liis displacement b mo tor macbinrr tlial even row be is al most a curioit in tbe larger citie The alue of the Iiorwr lias dpre ciatitl to such an extent that thousands of farmers are holding on to them mere I because the cant sell them and when those the own at present lose their use fulness the will lie replaced b auto mobiles and Irartors Of coure the race hore will remain villi us but in numbers be i negli gible Kenn taid the forthcoming report of the New Ymk board of health will Iiiih their are approximate 10014 less horses and 1 78J ftwer tlaliic in New York City toda than ...

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. — 6 September 1921

Ir ffll WSSsSSSSmSSSSSmm -v eBtiTOTirrTiPr t t - 5 w THE FOURTEENTH YEAR CITY SCHOOLS BEGIN REGULAR WORK TODAY Enmllnirnl o Far Shows In- ricasc Over Last Year Lale Registrants Expected LEE ATTENDANCE SHORT 57 Sliuicnts Matriculate in High School 1178 Enter Wards and 368 Go to Douglass Regular mImmpI work began loda at the Columbia High School and in all the graJc schools of tlie cit With an en rollment larger than tliat of IaM year and all classes full the Columbia schools liae settled down to another years work The tutal enrollment in the high school is 571 This will undoubted be in creased to more than sit hundred ac cording to W 1- Oliver superintendent of schools This i a decided increase over last year as the total enrollment for the entire year 1920 21 was only 555 Of the total number this year there are 190 freshmen 83 boj and 107 girls 154 sophomores 82 bojs and 72 girls 137 junii rs 62 boys and 75 girls 90 seniors 40 buys and 50 pirK In the grade schools the total enroll m...

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. — 6 September 1921

fcf art i I ttl ft ft L PiJrWf - frjp rs w - 5l i ttf rHWi a If fsf HI to f - I a M t M t -V Vju wt 1 1 tU nt t I Mi N P - - JWyv 1 m PAGE TWO MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE Mr and Mrs F W Graves returned in Sedalia lliis morning aflcr viiiing at the home of tlicir ion F L Graves 414 South Fifth Elmer Windsor went fo New Franklin this morning on business True I Morse executive secretary of the Missouri Fcileration of Co Operative Live Stock Shipper went to Speed Mo this morning to organize a sluppcrV asso ciation there Miss Ruth Campbell returned lodav to her home in Kansas City after vis iting with friends at ihc Delta Gamma Alpha house while on his wa to Wash ington D C Miss Alma Jlaker of Hamilton Tcx lelt toda tor Wallas where she will visit friends She ha been visiting with friends at the fi Ilii house John Dritps left today for iiis Inime in Clinton Mo after vi iling fur a fe das wih friends at the Sigma Chi house Mis Helen Moore returned jesterdaj to her home in Rrookfield Mo- after vis...

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. — 6 September 1921

News of Columbia Society Svcictt editors telephone 320 letneen 9 and 12 oclock 74 Call Ijsi ttrek llie most popular void used nn ihe campus a- I1U5II ltu li nili ami as a rrult of tmicli of the aforc icl li tin trn nationa wirorhies licre the folloHing Ii I f pledge has been an nounetd Mpha Delia Ii Mary Cath erine Polls Gilumbia Lcnore Catsel man Springfield Helen Jackson llan mlial IIie Drjmnn Willow Springs litlen milhnrs Helen Mongel and El tanor lern of Kansas City Helen laniin and Meltina Iamon of Wagner Okla lla Delia IMta Frances Carter Co lumbia Margaret Talnr Gilumbia Nan Alevandtr Qinton Bertha Damn Memphis Lucille Brumbaugh Maurine liaid In tlt Collins Mar Haffner Eliz aliclli Lungan of Kana Cit Lillian f barley Summcrtillc Jean Ileigner Quincy III Ccraldine Walker Pollack La Dill Franklin Iniomille Virgin ia keilh andalia Virpinia Watson Ijkhjm in Nell Walker Cape Cir nideau Flornce Uatis Cbillicotbe Mar Ttdings Moberl Louise Come- Ash rote Annabel Summers Moomington He...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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