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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 6 September 1921

JHRpf v- - EiT fW ft - e It i I l PACE FOUR The tgLyMBi advening missourian Published ever evening except Sunday by the Misourian Publish ing Asociation Inc Jav H Nell Mall Columbia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Manacdi SUBSCRIPTION RATES Cit Cash in adtance Year400 6 month 200 3 months 100 By the vieek 10 rents single copies 5 cents By Mail in Boone Count Year 300 6 months 150 4 months 100 Outside the county Year 430 3 months 125 month 45 cents Iavable In advance Member Audit Bureau of Circula tion Kntrred as second tlass mail matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS Advertising and Circulation 55 MR ROBBS LITTLE JOKE Aboie the Brides Door of St Thomas Church on Fifth Avenue is a double panel on one side of which is caned a conventional true liners knot and upon the other a comenlional dollar mark Thee two designs according to E Don ald Robb who drew them smbolize op poite tpes in marriage The dollar mark sjmhol of riches he sas tells the story of the loveless marriage for money On the south on the sun...

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. — 6 September 1921

bP it 16 CLASSIFIED ADS Ihunc 33 Additional Ads too late PhC 55 to clawlfv classify will be found else here One Cent a Word a Day t J bix Insertions for 3c a Word FOR SALE FOK SUX 1916 Hariey Davidson Motorcycle with side car Qieap for rash or trade for saxophone 716 Mary land Call Higginbotham 692 red H ll Toil SALE Bedstead springs and mattrtss in pood condition all for 10 lhone 303 101 SLE Girls bicycle Almost nc Tcleplione 1292 green or call at 408 Hilt street G4if rOR SLi Model Eight L C Smih as good as new A real bargainat 6500 riiane 329 green atlcr 5 p m IWtf TOR SALE A good 12 Hartford Ax minster Rug Call at 507 High street or plione 1271 green Mrs C Willhitc W 9 FOR SLE One 13 foot counter one 9 fiMit flour piece and a few hundred 100 lb flour sacks at 75c a dozen Model llalcry M 8 FOR SALE Mahogany bookcase with glass doors handsome oaL dining room tabinet fumed oak sideboard and kitchen cabinet Extra value Phone 44 green r call at Christian College office 10 to 12 or 4 t...

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. — 6 September 1921

I PAGE SIX ENGLANDS OLD ESTATE BEING DECENTRALIZED Increased Taxation and Great 1 Cost of Upkeep Necessi tate Their Sale liy Owners INHERITANCE TAX HIGH Some Regard Move as Passing of Old Regime Others See No Relief From Landlordism Ih Clyde A Heals United Ircss Stall Correspondent Lom By Mail Tlie auctioneers hammer i rattling omniousl in England rTlic decentralization ot larsc owner tliip accelerated on both tides of the Atlantic since the var i appearing now in the break up of ancient dates Heavily increased taxation nn land accompanied h costs of upVcep far in excess of increases in returns from rent als males the holding of larpc tracts of land not only an unprofitabc hut even a losing proposition In 1920 one firm of auctioneers alenc sold 349695 acres of country propirt This jear thousand if acres of old estates arc being sold vccU All England has just lccn startled b the announcement that the Duke of Portland made in an address to his tenants to the effect that his famil can ...

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. — 7 September 1921

I 4 2 WmL iwx THE COLUMBIA E FOUKTEENTH YEAR ISTEPS TAKEN iffOR RELIEF OF 1 UNEMPLOYED Many Cities All Over Country Follow hxamplc ot Gov ernment by Calling Conferences NOT SO MANY JOBLESS i Herbert Hooer Secretary of Commerce Practically Completes Plans for Meeting it ri Hv lotK sept i unempioment dtlining and public and private pro- fjerts no getting under way will bring ether relief according lo informaliun Ipthertd from cities in all parts of the Ronnlrr cities and states have taken Steps to meet the proposals tl tpe job lea and otliers are about to do so timing tlie example set bj the federal fprnnment in calling an unemploraent Ctonlerence ft Herbert Hoover Seeretarv of Gm- Btrce lias practicall completed plans 01 the conference which lie i to President Harding ftW BROWN CHOSEN AS JOURNALISTS PRESIDENT ty iDein Waller Williams and Alfonso SJJoIinson Talk at All Department J Meeting Irl W Brown was elected president of the School of Journal ism last night when the journalists a...

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. — 7 September 1921

- ii it - S j IiV IP pace two LABOR DAY HAS NEW MEANING JPorkers Have Carried More Than Just Share of Bur den of Depression C Joiln Lent President o the linited Mine JTorl ers o America Written for the Unite J Press Labor Day this car lias a deeper sic liificance for the mcmlwrs of the ornan ized labor moicmcnt tlian in any other Jear Labor Day wa instituted We are all auare of the terrible hesine and industrial depression through viiich not only the people of America but of the itorld arc now passing We know that labor la carried more than il ju t j liare of the burden of the depression that followed lie coin of the most gigantic and destructive war in the history of the world We know that lalior la- paid nd i till pacing more tlian it hare of the price at which the safety of ciiiliiation wa purchanil in that war Not only are we fully cog nizant of ell of these outstanding fact- but we point with pride to the record of lalior in thew trying With out the benefit of a compart body of...

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. — 7 September 1921

Vi News of Columbia Society Society duals telephone 320 Call Irtntf 9 and 12 o clock Cuthbcrt Stephenson son of Mr and T Stephenson of this city and tis Trca Sodcrstrom of Tawhuska be married at the home of the bride the latter part of this month Miss 5oderstroiii attended the UnHersit of Oklahoma at Gorman and is a member ef tic Ii Beta Phi sororit Mr Stephen Kin has been raised in Columbia and s graduated from the Unitersity He it a member uf the Beta Tiieta Ii fra Irrnitj Thc will make their home in Iinhusla Tuesda afternoon was Ladies Da it the Columbia Country Club Lunch eon was served at 1 oclock after which the piests formed bridge foursomes The following were present Mrs John JI Takr Mrs A M Estcs Mrs N T Gentry C HiUon Mrs OMBar Kit Mrs L Hannah Mr C B Rol lins Mrs S C Hunt Mrs J P Mc Baine Mrs I A Barth Mrs A J Estrs Mrs Ben Nowcll Mrs Brown Glenn Mrs Joe Estcs Mrs II II Tan dy Mrs N D Eans Mrs Richardson Irs Lanpmaid Mrs Qiarles V DiRgcs Mrs Frank M Pcarinp Mrs M K Miller...

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. — 7 September 1921

M 4- r m r ti I - j 1 h n 3 i I r M r ir s PAGE FOUR THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Pubishcd every crcning except Sunday by the Missourian Publish ins Association Inc Jay II Nell Hall Columbia Missouri ALTONSO JOHNSON Manaceb SUnSCPlPTION KATES Citj Cash in ailance Ycar100 6 month 200 3 months 100 Ily the week 10 cents single copies 5 centi R Mail in Boone Count Year 300 6 months 150 4 months J100 Outside the count Year 150 3 months 123 month 45 cents Iavablc in advance Member Audit Ilurcau of Circula tions Entered as second class mail matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS News 274 Advertising and Circulation 53 RACE WAR IMPOSSIBLE If those pessimistic Americans who fear a White Black race war or who thiik the countr is rapidl petting into the clutches of the Yellow Race would look over the results of Uncle Sams dccnnial job of counting noes per haps their fears would be allaed In 1920 there were 105710620 noses in Lnitrd Slates Jl822t31 tr which wrrr white 10153013 black 212939 red that is by ...

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. — 7 September 1921

sh CLASSIFIED ADS Phone 33 Phone jj Additional Ads oo late to classify will be found elsewhere One Cent a Word a Day six inscrtions for 5c a Word FOR SALE FOIi UE Gas ranpc and old fash ioned vtalnut bed Call 51 K 9 rOK SLE Sutv acre river hill farm Hirer room house All fenced with vire On pood road Close to school tli re and church About nine miles kjuiIi if Cnlumbia Good land Will make pood fruit farm Price to sell Phone 796 white X ll MI SLE Qnc 9 b 12 Hid Urus ses nip and one 9 bj 12 Persian rug Piione Sil or call -at 918 Walnut E 10 FOK SALE Hanger Bicvcle 24 imh frame 1501 Anthony street G 10 FOK SUE One large chest Cheap Phone 1336 MI RENT Room for block from campus Call cedar Kll 1E Embroidered pray crepe tie chine Never been worn nahic Phone 1336 X 10 I OK MIE White satin gown Lioughl a Worth Vv York Gt Xever been vwn Plionc 1303 while for appoint nnt X 10 KK SLE New u rooms and bath a Gara awnue stucco bungalow Modern in everv Ltcated on liouchelle Immediate possession Sec...

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. — 7 September 1921

Hi- N n PACE 5IX rP - SIS f METHODISTS IN ENGLAND SEEK WORLDS UNION Delegates to Ecumenical Con feience Entertain Hopes for a Univcisal Chris tain Fusion PLAN IS PROGRESSING Gathering to Re in Session at Westminster From September G to 16 Inclusive Ill K Walt London Illy Mail Great linnet for further strps in the fusion of Methodiin thicughou I lie world and for ihe ulti male reunion if all Christendom air ex pressed 1j delegates alreadv here for llie Methodist Li umenical Conference tti lie licld from eplember 0 lo 16 in West minster lirilish Mulmli m lias Mill far In c in this repi it ahhourli siiur llie meet ing of the last Ecumenical in Knpland ttent sear ajo one great slep toward unity ha- heen taken hcn the Melho tlifl Free Church the Ilihle Qiritians and the Methodist New Connection joined together as the Uniled Methodist Church Outside of this there are still the Vlrslcjans the Priiiiilite Mellrodists IkiIi important bodies and other arie ties It is not impossible that this ...

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. — 8 September 1921

i a THE COLUM FOURTEENTH YEAR ROOT MAY BE PRESIDENT OF WORLD COURT Members of League of Nations Aie Privately Informed Thai Acceptance Is Assured I WILL NOT DENY REPORT May Pe Member of American Delegation at Conference on Limitation of Armament CcMiA Switzerland Sept 8 Ulitiu Coot will accept tlic presidency of the intTaalionat mrt of Justice ircinlicr dt the Irasuc of Nations were privately inhumed todav His election is pracli ally assured w The prebabte composition of the wvrld twirl will lie a representative of tlic InUcil Slatev England France Ilaly Jipan lia Germanj Holland Swc rn or Bcnmnk Chile and Brazil llJntIeJ Vrrn Whmiinctoy Sept 8 Eldiu Root af ter two long conferences with Prr sidenl Harding and Charles E Hughes Secre jjrj of State toda declined to den the report that he would become a member of the American delegation at the con ference on limitation of armament UNIVERSITY DRAMATIC CLUB OFFICERS ELECTED Behind the Wattcau Picture Will He the First Play Given This Yea...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 8 September 1921

h j s j r PACE TWO SOUTH LEADS INGOODROAl CONSTRUCTION Virginia Carolina and Missou ri Bond Issues Place South ern States Ahead of Nation FAVOR DUSTLESS Noii clcssness Resiliency and Freedom From Dirt Are Popular Features of Plans A11AMA G ffiy Mail Recent provision by llic legislatures of North Carolina Virginia Missouri and othc southern states for bond issues to pro tide funds for extensive highvtay con firm lion Iiavr placed the stales of the South far to the from in tlic matter of Rood road North Carolina has pro tided a bond isi c of So0000000 Vir ginia 10000000 and Missouri 00000 000 Tcias is alreadj doing a large amount of constriction work having completed 130 new project involving 11061 miles nt a total cost of 7 66JH and now building 192 projects at a total cost of 3269533 Ht Xinctj tuo other project to cost alwut 4000000 more have been approven At an expenditure of 1 000000 the state of Georgia lias com pleted 62 new road project- in 36 co in tics In addition 1G1 project...

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. — 8 September 1921

ft ir ami Mrs I Wl aftrrni n t i im Iim I in lh ir hiiiiur liin rr lalle f X JsJdnglon 1 C vlin lii lusii he pursl nf IMnin Maes 31 ii uj u lpha house fur the just lu ks Lf fur his Imnie rue1 hi lull hae beili isu il to til1 nediliiip 1 Miss lhlnvea Kars ard Tl rrn tuipir Mitihill Jr which will tal pbi t tinesdav S jiteniher 21 at ii In in ill- rcvi at the lnme of tli hnilr s paieit tr airl Mrs ieurpe Ate of Columbia Society ic ifi editors telephone 320i Co it- nu oril J ncIocK n i vho Iiad dinner at the f i L la j wising wine j Irs C Spi nrer who hsd e i i - Mi i Fern Bcvryr r Mh p sin Djv ami I vl J U and llicir f si Mr IVHJeriHi Bain Jr am i Mrs Uirvil Jnms J in loclda win mtcr t t dinner imrt V -S 11 Miller iilm - Km i K i sis Citj Mis Jcamtte jlr liwriih Mi V V tuitar Mii Virginia Iljin t I liilauil jiiilrv Eslille Ctii tai Iudhv Miller Mii T Coidr who had 0 u s Mr and Jits A K Mi- Ihiulinc and their pnrsjs u w J Unit id laledunil and Mrs i iu I van r 1niij Citv OUa il il Vi- I...

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. — 8 September 1921

HFMffPMI ff Biff wWn I f f IW Wbmb Wk wlf it nnl mi I if I PHi I OnSiffiifl f PACE FOUR It JJC m SAYS WIRELESS REACHES MARS Marconi Has Already Sent w Messages According lo J H C Macbeth i Maiconi is now convinced that be has intercepted wireless ine sajres from Mars according to the s tatrwent J If C Macbetli Dncldn manager of llie Mar coni Hreless Telegraph ronirunv Ltd JIr Macbeth iiredicled thai if tins proves to be true it trill not be Inn until science lias invented a method of intcrplanel communication li means of deciphering unknown codes The fact that the inteiccpted messages roine in vtavc lnlhs ahiiust ten times as great as tlwe produced st tl e most powerful stations f this planet confirm th belief of iglior Marconi and ollnr wireless experts and scientists that these rrvEN f r aioth vortd The th v a a h i Ietstrical clis fuziatits uas Hot accepted bv Marconi j became lu mersajes v ere istrcpted regular regardless of di tuibances J Tlie Mjumjm lenpth of vaves pro t clucc...

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. — 8 September 1921

II ill MAY -PURCHASE HISTORIC SITES Movement Started lo Restore R E Lees Mansion - Al Arlington UaSHIVCTONV by niaiU ticnn are licing made that iie Govern ment Iuichase places ofhistoric interest in tin Snutlr and prestne them so fhat ihe traditions n tlie country may be lafrguardcd The feeling that genera lions ul t come should be able to en ju thev smis made famous in Ameri can Iii lr lias caused tfiec suggestions to lale a firm hold upon the tuple A movement lias been darted at Uper UI tn rclure Ittibcrt E Lees maikin at Arlington Tins mansion lands prominently to the front over bioling tli Iotonuc in the Arlington Actional Jrmrterj It is used a an ail lainistralion building by tlie oPiccrs in charge I ile the home of Washington a Mount Wrnoii it olfcis a fine maniple of tin Iatc homes of the South In the ilrs Ilmry W Kcjr wife of Senator Kes of New Hampshire and a native of Virginia it one of the leaders ct the rioup cf women who will attempt to ob lain permission of the Gorrnni...

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. — 8 September 1921

BBHBBBHHBrPSBP Br1 pf PAGE SIX h -v K THE COLUMBIA EVENING MiSSOURIAN Published every neping except Sundy by the MUsourun Publish ing Aociation Iniv Jay H Neff Hall Columbia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Mamceb SUBSCRIPTION RATES City Year400 6 month 200 3 months J100 By the cck 10 cent single copies 5 cents Ily Mail in Boone County Year 300 6 months 150 4 months 100 Outside the rotfnty Year 450 3 months 125 monlli 4S cents Parable in adiance Member Audit Bureau of Grada tions Entered a mail matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS Adtcrtising and Circulation 55 WANTED A PLAN Etidenlly a declaration of martial law i not exactly the right ay out of the West Virginia trouble Mountain eers and miners are bold people and an armed force is not the proper means for cttlins lheii disputes Fair treat ment and arbitration are the only means which will do the work What is needed now i a plan of ac tion which will be agreeable to both em ployer and employe one that will be fair to both one that will not hate any h...

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. — 8 September 1921

ft L4l li - sal jil MV r i jv XjT l j1 J VJ w V - SHOWING A MARCIA GUY AFTERNOON HAT fir proirr hat jor tlie proper occasion is shown in the Maria Guy moid ji Franklin Simon Co for afternoon It is of blade halters plush tcith lace li nswn turning the tcide brim FT It SALE Solid oak dining roam suite Pedestal table 54 inches extend to 6 feet Buffet 52 inches Chairs liave genuine leather seats Entire suite prac licaliy i new Inquire at 1310 Ross St or call 542 white before one or after four oclock B Stf FOR SALE 1916 Motorcycle with side car Cheap for rash or trade for saxophone 716 Mary land Call lligginbotham 692 rcd 11 11 Toil SALE Model Eight 1- C Smith as good as new A real bargain at 56500 Phone 329 grcun after 5 p m R 3tf TOR SALE Mahogany bookcase with glass doors handsome oak dining room cabinet fumed oak sideboard and kitchen cabinet Extra value Plione 44 grccn or call at Christian College office 10 to 12 or 4 to 6 M 5tf FOR SALE A good four room house tin pared street water...

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. — 8 September 1921

f 1 7 PAGE LIGHT WILL PROVIDE AMENDMENTS FORCOVENMT Three Clauses for League of Nations to Consider Arc Recommended liy Commission MANY CHANGES OFFERED It Is Proposal Thai Council Hac Right to Summond Confcioncc Between Members Ih MrMv Woon United lm Stall Cvrieipondait Gzsrw R Mail Willi llic open inc of the second pcncral assrmhl of llic Lrapie nf ISations licrc llip leaguers i hcpin llic reluctant task of amend Jnp tlic covenant i All hopes of the original drafters of the covenant that t was an inspired anil prrfrcl wlinc that would stand un changed the tct of time Ime alread been shattered While the League lias found the env cnant a iK ifcctlj workable instrument it has also found that changes must ln madc in order to meet the progress of nations Although more than a score of am nd menls were offered at the first general assmbl of the League lat Nocmltcr the leaguers took the jiositioii lliat it ua th n too early to think of making ihang cs As a consequence aI proposed amendment...

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. — 9 September 1921

J7 m V THE COLUMBIA EVENIN fourteenth year LIQUOR RAIDER I SHOOTS SELF AFTER FIGHT pFrank J Iilypalrick Commits Suicide in Washroom of a New York Ferry Say Police FOLLOWS RAID ON SHIP seizure of Liquors and Drugs on Kni Alexander Part of New Bootlegging Campaign Tutti hen hew nk Sept 9 A spectacular nil by prohibition ofbceis on the steam 2ap king Alexander was climaxed to Jij by the suicide of the leader of the taicr After taking part in the rummaging u fie vessel in which seven member of the ttriinships crew were wounded and tquor and drugs seiud Frank J Fill fiaicL shot himelf in the washroom of iferr liere according to the police The raiders after a desperate struggle tvrrpowcird the seamen and seized con traband liquor worth 15000 and drugs nhied at 75000 The raid on the King Alexander was to connection with the new campaign duulied here against bootlegging Eight nxn are charged with violation of the Volstead Act Gunfighting stalled afer x proubilion agents had boarded the riJi...

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. — 9 September 1921

wfr jp Sr M t If t I r i ff r i fc r ft fe f Sit PAGE TWO IRISH READY TO RESUME FIGHT Soldiers of Republican At my Convinced British Hae Been Defeated Bv Charles McCa vn JiVtultd Prexs Saj Correspondent Dtnuv By Mail No matter what happens in Ireland a the result of the prevnt peace negotiations the Irish tie publican Arm will he prepared for it Soldiers of the arm are convinced 12 Missouri Counties Now of Missouri counties Have Cow Testing Three Missouri counties arc just tak ing up cow testing agination work lic ginning Stplember 1 arconhng lo II Agent 12 R Keller of Bowling Creeu and Count Agent E L Peter of Tro In Newton County the work was handled entire bj County Agent L I Worm ington In sii of the twelve Missouri counties tuning com tc ting associations organ 7al ion vork lias been completed during 1 tin iimpn pfmlr lir uhllll mplllq ill ii wo j well for the interest being taken bj the dairymen of Missouri in better buines method A Mill further evidence of this is shown b the...

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. — 9 September 1921

Society be new News of Columbia Society telephone 320 C0Wek cndandforcvcraldavslhcy - r j UtVilIl will return iiome thi evening Mrs Warren Fuqua and daughter Dornlhv Ann of Monroe City arc the picsts of Mr1 Fuqua s parents Mr and Mrs W S Dorsc 1215 East Broadway I Tin -will he here for the- neU two i vceks J Edwin Mo Williams 102 Glcnwood j avenue- will leave Monday morninp for i 11 senior term at Culver Military CS1V Mr and Mrs Marshall Cordon leave Srplcmbcr 29 for a tour of Japan and China The will spend three weeks in the Hawaiian Islands going thence lo the Orient The will return in Januar Mim Sara Lockwood will entertain with a tea from 4 to 6 oclock tomorrow af ternoon The guests will be Miscs Frank Itobcrtson Judith Gilbert Ruth Levin Clara Mcltac llright Margaret Garner Virginia Keith Ruth Philips Bess Jane Logan Catherine Ware GUdvs McKirdcv Marian Bahb Kathrn Rurcb Ilcrnice Ihomurc Mary aicrr Mcltvan Mes Martha Cravens Rae Klausncr Canine Qninn and Viviennc Ilargis Mi s H...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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