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Plenty of Men for Ford [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929
Plenty of Mem for Ford DETROIT Jan Ian 2 I V.P.- V.P. More than 25,000 shivering men stamping their feet and burning newspapers pen to keep warm wanD stem a It the plant of the Ford Motor Company this morning as hiring of 30,000 the th Q GIO new employees to be added to the Ford theFord the theFord Ford payrolls bet D. D n. n A K Wilson son employment manager of the plant estimated the crowd to number 12,000 and as additional men arrived he believed men were went waiting Five hundred men will Win be N hired daily dally
Men's Club Gives Dinner [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929
MEN'S CLUB GIVES DINNER Three Speak at Wilke's Boulevard M. E. meeting dean deaD of cr the College of ot Engineering t Iad d on the tut natural resource of last Jut night at the monthly dinner of c the Mens Men's Club of th the Wilkes fiot Methodist Church in the theof of the church J. Kelly Wright member of the faculty of Christian College gave ve an talk Th The following men were called on and gave ave short abort talks L. L E. Slate of secretary the Columbia lumbia Chamber of Commerce Jo Jo- Joseph T. Harris clerk cleft of the lot Court and IL B. H A. Collier judge of 01 the Ute Probate Court William Arrandale dale presided at OM t The serving committee com t cond of the he following members Charles E. Northcutt chairman J E Barnes T B. Hickman Bradley Beary Dr C. M Sneed J M. Ore Creber William Arrandale Roy Creed V A. Phillippe M P Strawn W H Vandeventer A R. Pitser A F Guibert and W.E PhIlippe L The next dinner d C the Hit club dub will wID willbe will be be held Feb 5
Coolidges Return to Washington [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929
COOLIDGES RETURN TO WASHINGTON Last Day of Vacation Spent Posing for Portraits Portrait ABOARD THE Presidents EN ROUTE TO IO WASHINGTON Jan Jab 2 3 V.P. and aDd Mrs Coolidge at Wash Wash- Washington Washington ington early this afternoon after alter An overnight oven Journey from runswick Ga where they entrained last Jut after A weeks week holiday at ai p lo In Sapelo IsLand land the shore oft of or Howard E. Coffin vice president of ol i the Bud Thid L son IOn fl Hudson Motor Company The rho providential presidential party tell left Brunswick at 30 o'clock The Coolidges left len Sapelo Island mid afternoon Tty They soave Zapala I land An info Informal New Year's Dinner was served m leaving the yacht cht th the dent and hi his immediate party pty board boarded ed ad motor cars that took toot OWl ov r the causeway to Brunswick Despite I a light rain a large 1118 crowd Mem am a m- m bled at the station to the Coo- Coo farewell The president spent his hii last Jut da day Af Afat at Sap...
Car Hit by Wabash Train [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929
i I I r P I I i CA CAR HIT BIT BY WABASH TRAIN K Chevrolet Struck Strack In ia Occupants Bessel Mr and Mrs and Mrs. Sam Denton of Centralia and a Mrs. Sanders Sanden of Colora Cobra Colorado do Springs Colo Cob w were re injured yes yes- yesterday yesterday yesterday when the car in which they the were riding WAS wu struck by a fat fast passenger train on an the Wabash Rail Rail- Railroad Railroad road tracks track at North Collier coUter Street in Centralia The Dentons o And Mrs. Sanders Sanden I were returning home from the eta stA- Uon Ion about 5 30 o'clock ye yesterday Afternoon Af at- when the accident occurred Dentons Denton's vision WAS U obscured by A I WabAsh freight house hoUM and smoke from other trains In tn the Centralia yards yarda And he supposed thAt the UM train had Already passed The Tb train trairI struck truck the rear of hi bits Chevrolet coach and turned it Around The three occupAnts were All aU badly bruised And Mrs Mn SAnders received injuries to her arm ann...
Law Firm Changes Name [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929
LAW FIRM CHANGES NAME Mcaine and Clark CIa A L Peterson Peters One of the oldest tow law firms firma In ID the tbt state of Missouri will WiD be known to 1 its it clients client under un r A new name in the future with the announcement by bJ bythe bythe the law Jaw firm of Clark Boggs Peterson terson tenon that the nAme of the firm to II toto to be changed from thAt of McBaine Clark to Clark Boggs Peterson The firm of McBaine Clark WAS wi-s organized organised in l 1101 And it is oxie of the pioneer law firms finns of the state Boyle G Clark hA hu been ted with the firm finn for tor the last Jut eight yeAr ears f and Paul M. Peterson has ball ballI I been with the firm during U the e lAst but seven yeArs yean while Mr Clark WAS wu instrumental in its Ite twenty one yeArs Jean Ago aco The Th change In the nAme of the firmWAS I bout about by the fact lad thAt James P. McBAine who ho hAs hu been connected with the firm AS u associate counsel wn el during the time to be was wat dean of ...
Plane Passes 24-Hour Mark in California [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929
PLANE PASSES 24-HOUR MARK IN CALIFORNIA Fliers Trying for New Sustained Flight Record ARE FIVE MEN Aboard Refuel Ships Ship Take Gat Ga Ou Food Supplies By United Press I to Aviators By y p Pr Three attempts to lo s set new endurance records United Slates today Back and Dd fut faith rth toe Los Angelos and San in California Diego to let flaw re-feuling in mid air Its ita it ore craw of five mn d to Ia kp keep its tune these motors weakening rw until crack The Mark Mart had bad cott- cott o pitted in s. l tot ANt f f tw W beaus hoars in ta Inthe th the air sir at a 1164 s se L and neither ern nor noted motors gave gar any aar signs sign of From ft a snow covered o Sett t. t Marshall Mo Me a n U It the be took Oft Off ci at 11 I I Is Lan i OTT t P ti tit aloft tor hIlA horn bent Kama ansu OW w f cI these e filM ra fuel with a gasoline onto pro th U plan ground In tuxhorn's relief pilot Bobby Trout pilot Major Spata Whiner BUtner A woman entered enter th UM the theat at t Lox Los AD An...
Missouri Plane Also in Flight [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929
MISSOURI PLANE ALSO IN FLIGHT Tiny Monoplane Aloft to Break Record at Marshall Mo JIo MB Nn t I t. t A An small monoplane apparatus snow covered field the ground took look off at M 4 8 am a.m. m IL today tody from a in an attempt i to te break lbs worlds world's record airplane sustained d fUiks br by ac in aIr It i oud toy by Blaine M. Tuxhorn inventor pilot Kan Kansas City oC the tM will ends uto above IbIs to In in D att attain to CD bring heck to the States the tbt ce record by ft flyers en With Within D DID in ID th the lOhl fl t is II LeaD LeaD- srI ard M. M boil iol aviator ti wIll wIllI I at th the Th The off hop H. Rhiner local aviator Belgian flyers was esad thU WI n ing aig NB-3 Plane after aft the be night had bad twin beet put pot sines oI Monday Mendip ou count of bid bed A enow w storm that UI b ba ard at times hold held the th plane plan to tale tto 11 I but afternoon afta s teet tsa wr were mode made so 10 o M am to b be ready rady to toas 10 o oat at as soon as th ...
Casey as President Pro Tem [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929
Casey C J at as President Fro Tm JEFFERSON CITY Mo Jan 2 Shortly fore the opening o of the Fifty-fifth General Assembly today the democratic I senators in caucus selected M. M E E. Casey Cas y yot of ot Kansas Cansas City president P es dent pro tm tern t nl of the upper body 1 Senator Nick T T. Cave Cuve of Fulton bras i-as as selected major major- majority ity iy it floor leader j Senator Sentor Richard E. Ralph of Val Val- Valley VaI I Icy ley 1 1 Park was selected Republican floor leader ann an Senator J.G. Morgan gin union gan mas w I named caucus chairman The Democrats performed their or- or w Wk tk smoothly with no contests contest ari fig
Democrat Temporary House Clerk [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929
Democrat Temporary House flo Clerk lerk I Ik k JEFFERSON CITY Mo Jan 2 U. U lines lanes were tre disregarded today in hi the selection of temporary reading clerks in the two branches of o the general assembly In the House which is overwhelm overwhelm- ly controlled by the Republicans Robert H Bob McClanahan of County Count a Democrat act act- acted ed cd as reading clerk at the first sen- sen sion aion McClanahan who has bern been b n reading bills in the the- Missourilegislature1833 is slated sla to be i elected an assistant reading rending clerk I when the permanent organization of the House is formed I McClanahan who knows know aU al 11 of the th I House Houe members rs by their the fir fIrst t name fixture II is regarded as a. a a permanent in the Hou Hous HousOn House j jOn On the Senate tc ide id which is con 1 con con- controlled trolled b the Wilbur F. Maring of Kansas City a Republican can acted as a temporary reading clerk today toda i seemed d to be b a ascar scarcity sca...
Sentenced to Hang Feb. 11 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929
SENTENCED TO HANG FEB 11 Mangiareina and Messino Accused of Murder of K C Patrolman KANSAS CITY Jan 2 cUr I Tony Lollypop Lollipop I Mangiarcina 1 and andi i John Messino were sentenced form form- formally formally all ally v toda today to t ht Feb 11 II for the I I murder of patrolman n James H Smith 11 in II th th Home Trust Company holdup i staged here during durin the National Republican Convention t Judge Charles P. Woodbury pro- pro pronounced pronounced sentence se after aft r he had over o overruled ruled a motion m tion for a new nev trial It i- i is i regarded certain r. r that the hanging 11 ill be stayed ta ed by appeals app al to tot toj toto j t to Ute the supreme court Mangiarcina nonchalantly yawned In court as was vas being pro- pro I ed and Me ifs l blinked his eyes when he h wa W l told tod he was to ban bant between tao tac incurs hours of 6 o clock o'clock in inthe j the th morning and 6 o'clock in th afternoon within the walls of the j 1 I county jail I I Messi...
Plane Passes 24-Hour Mark in California [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929
PLANE PASSES 24-HOUR MARK IN CALIFORNIA Continued from Page One Onet On fling the fuel from ground d to the flying plan Only 25 gallons Ballon of of ofa c pa a hn x were ere in tIe the t tanks a- a athe tm the te t left the ground this t hi The Th pl nr ati iti u th flight ll ht is i the Barling NB-3 Nfl which had been here tinder the iMon n nt Walter H Barling engineer for the t h Royal Air Forces of Great Britain dun l' l the Ite t I h World War r and atul dp d t l ncr ner of the fa fa- fai i motis Barling Bomber The Tho plane JH i is said to b be the smallest ann in h c l I 1 an endurance record has lu- been at attempted at- at tempted ten i This Th s will be b b the first time that an attempt has been made to corn com 1 pl refuel a a. ship hIT front Irom the ground i f while the plane is 15 in m flight The ejector device by b which the pilots hene to t gain their provisions is a ai i cylinder balding four gallons of ga ita ga- ga oline which will win be picked up at cne one I ti...
To Defend M. F. A. in Trial [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929
TO DEFEND M.F. A. IN TRIAL T.H. Talbott and R.M. Hulen Will Oppose Libel Suit J.H. Talbott and Ruby M. Hulen of Columbia wIth four Kirksville lawyers rs are defense e attorneys is In the trial of the libel suit of or 1 Charles A. of Kahoka Mo 1 against the Missouri Farmers' Association which began in Kl ks nc on Monday lIon ny Kilkeny charges harge that libelous statements were re published h d in several s. ra 1 farm publications June 7 1923 The defense alleges that s kilkeny's suit sut ii tt bin financed by independent ind cg egg eg dealers l shipper r and otner o ner ct ci toe tiC cooperative coop tati e I the state Leol r L j I norms dealing with this ca caie e were u niccie about a t year cai ago in Columbia I i t Attorney Helen It told the the- court I i Monday InGlr n that the defence de i would make a n general denial of the th charges seeking to prove c that Kil- Kil KilI I leny keny had misquoted nH the farmers farmers' t. t j contracts that he had called caU d mem- mem me...
To Open Here Tomorrow [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929
TO OPEN HERE TOMORROW Creamery Short Course Draws Students from All over I. I l' l S. S The Creamery Cr a short horl course offered oU r d iby by the College of agriculture t 01 v Win WinI ij j I open hrc h n It is lS on one tf I Ithe I the most pop popular r ilir of th the hou hort courses cours and ard draws students train from all ail allover over ever c r the United State States The equipment t of the i I which is iv complete includes churns ri r a t bot bat bottle filling and capping machines i v large capacitY motor driven s-m- s i to duto ator mind and n r u darr machines nes The Th cost of or attending att the course rn r I ranges from froll 1.43 to 1.93 a n da day
Club Signs May be Erected [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929
CLUBS SIGNS MAY BE ERECTED Civic Organizations Considering Boards at City's Entrances j I The three e civic luncheon clubs lubs in Columbia j are norr considering on n a pr lr po o ci d i iI j I plan to erect Ct l at a h ef 1 f the four to the he t h c n t ti v i I Hie signboards will bear bar the tim name of or orI each of the clubs club its symbol arid and I its time t m and place of cf cI c meeting The Th I plan v as d to twenty six 1 I members rs of the L Lions Club at t ir ir regular rc- rc luncheon h ld today at on t I The club withheld action actton on in the tiu tiuI J I proposition until the t ne meeting
Church Meet Postponed [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929
CHURCH MEET POSTPONED State Commission of disciples of Christ to Convene Feb. 5 a aAn j An annual nn meeting ol ot the Missouri church Educational Commission b of disciples of Christ Christ Chri t which was w s tn to b bh be beheld held h ld here wr next Tuesday TIle da has h. bern been postponed until unil Feb Fb 5 About ft f t v p pr rons rOS ons are expected t t- attend the meeting Time The new date int has been arranged because o oman man many members are at the t hp present t time a attend other ether o hr meetings
Sturgeon Couple Married Here [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929
Sturgeon Couple Married Here Gilbert Barnes and Miss Lena Robinson on both boti of ol Sturgeon eon were married morning bv by Judge J. S. Bicknell justice of or the the peace 11 Torn Tom Barnes father bridegroom bridegroom groom and arid Mrs. Mattie Robinson nn mother mot ol ci the bride gave ga their con con- cons cons' s' s nt to the marriage The ThC was wit v.-it tt Bt ss d U by Willie Selby und rind A.W. Pasley
Fined after Theft of Milk [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929
Fined After Theft of Milk J.O. Gray about 35 years old was arranged in police court this morning and fined 35 and when he pleaded guilty to a charge of being intoxicated. the fine and casts totaled $13.25. Gray who works for the M. K. T. Railway Co. as a laborer at McBaine, was arrested tuesday night after he had taken milk from the front porch of a residence here. he said that his home was in texas.