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Miss Elien Carns Returns [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

Miss Elien Cairns Returns Miss Elien Cairns rn returned rf t Mon Man Monday Manday day from fren Coulterville Ill wh where re rC he hr has been spending the holidays with her mother Mrs. Ida M. Cairns

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
Source: University of Missouri School of Journalism [Missouri Digital Heritage]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Untitled [Newspaper Advertisement] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

LOW I Week End Fares I ITo I To St St. Louis and Kansas Karnas City f t I via VIa viar I r WABASH I St. St Louis and mId return I t i Kansas City and return Half fare for children Tickets on sale sate for trains leaving ing Columbia 4 1 0 03 ti p. p m in m. m t t Fridays and 1110 11 10 Y a. a m. m Saturdays Saturday good return mi an aD returning 01 un on Sin trains S up to and including trains rains t leaving lea n St. St Lm Iu va ft a. m. m and Kansas City v 9 00 JT a a. a m. m in Mondays fri lug date of saI sale For f full ll information app apply j to t l J. J 1 C. C ABBOTT Wabash h Ticket Agent or 4 I- I R. R WILSON RIISON I l I Jon I a sen er Agent A. A gent 1 l Ala Mo I v i H 4 l Missourian Want Ada Ads give guc g e s r Phone Phon 55 Talk of n the he Town Toan Sale Sale Sale-Johnson's Johnson s weighted floor polishers 50 value L Hardware Hard Co adv I Talk of the Town Sale Mary Man Ann t Aluminum Cake Pans Laugh Laugh- LauthI Laughlin Hardware Co adv dv S j- j 1 I Radio diO ...

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Optimistic for King's Recovery [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

OPTIMISTIC FOR KING'S RECOVERY England Sings as New Year Is Born Monarch Unchanged t LONDON Jan 2 A spirit 01 ol optimism over o the condition of King George org e-org which found its it ex- ex pI es i. i ion on in m the t h songs of the people as u. u the New Year was vas born bom yesterday continued ren t today on the strength of off f further jit her bulletins from Buckingham Palace Pa li ceo i An official bulletin Issued at atI I Buckingham Bu Palace Pa lac-e lac today said In UIn rite 1 lie cf of a restless night the conch condi- condition tion cf ot His fIts Majesty remains un mm- unchanged changed from last e evening ng f The bulletin was man signed by b Sir Stanley Hewett Sir Hugh Rigby and Lord Dawson of Penn. It was mas timed at 11:15 am rim Two T bulletins and an official an- an from the the- kings king's bed bed- bedd bedd d. d d d- d yesterday gave ga encouragement I to the crowds assembled a at the gates S rf cf the tl c palace p p. The last la t of o the but but- buth...

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Two Held on Liquor Charge [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

TWO HELD ON LIQUOR CHARGE Sheriff Brings Men Here From Carrollton I Sh Sheriff Clyde Ballew returned to to Columbia C trout front Carrollton yesterday esterday with Aith h Gene Gray and William Roberts erts who were w indicted here last October bv hy the grand jury on a charge chaise of violations of or the liquor laws la j Gray and Roberts have he been en ser serving serin serin ing in in the Carrollton jail lor br liquor violations Their cases ca s will willbe willI I be he h tried during the coming session ot it the th Circuit C Court which goes oes in 5 session wn neat r. r t Monday londay Release He 1 on en bonds of and respectively ely were offered to Gray 1 anti and Roberts s but they could not riot make te bonds and were put in Jail

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Transferred to Jefferson City [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

Transferred to Jefferson City W. H. Oliver 1 who has been local project engineer with w th the Missouri t hi sl te tt Highway lh hwa Commission has ha been transferred to the th offices of the commission n rim Herson Jefferson City G. E. Wolf Wul will wilt be bC the project engineer in charge of work wok in iii this th section

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500 Visit New Service Station [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

500 visit it New Service Station J. A. Stewart said this morning that about 500 persons visited the new Park Hill Service Station yesterday I A box of candy and a carnation were given to each visitor The new service station is located at nt the corner of Broadway and Garth Avenue

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Mrs. Etha McBride Leaves [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

Mrs Etha McBride Leaves I i Mrs Etha McBride of or Eureka Springs Sprin Ark who has been en visit visiting trig Mrs J A Stewart went ment to Centralia today to visit Mrs A. B Chance Jr

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Mrs. J. C. Schwabe is Improved [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

Mrs J. C. Schwabe Is Improved Mrs J C. Schwabe 12 College Avenue A who has been b n ill with influenza and pneumonia is reported d 1 slightly improved

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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To Give $25,000 for Repeal Plan [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

TO GIVE $25,000 FOR REPEAL PLAN W. R. Hearst Asks for forWay forWay forWay Way to Change Dry Act NEW YORK Jan 2 UP Wil I Wil William Randolph Hearst publisher to today to- to today day offered a prize prise ri of for forthe forthe forthe the best plan to repeal re al the eighteenth amendment and substitute in place of prohibition a Ia more liberal and more American measure In making known his plan in a at telegram t to Edwin J. Clapp of ot the Durant Motors Inc. Hearst Heartt said Aid It never has been n possible and never will ill be possible to prevent I traffic in compact and concentrated alcoholic drinks J His offer follows closely upon a aI I demand front from W. C. Durant donor of $30,000 in prizes for the best beat plan to enforce the the- eighteenth amendment merit ment for the appointment of a con cnn congressional Ci gressional committee to determine I why hy the eighteenth amendment has not ben been n satisfactorily enforced I I do not believe belle bell e prohibition eve...

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Cass Co. Farmers to Meet Feb 6 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

I Cass Co. Farmers to Meet Feb 6 It I HARRISONVILLE Mo Jan 2 3 I c UP The v-The The annual Cass Cau Coun County ty clover and prosperity conference will wilt be here Feb 6 at the court count I house F.E. Rogers county exten exten- extension ion sion agent announced today For For- ForI I ty two delegates are expected to attend I

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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F. A. Denton's Funeral Held [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

F A. DeNTON'S FUNERAL HELD Centralia Man Body Brought Home from colorado for burial Funeral services for Punk Frank A. Denton M 26 years year old wr were held at atthe atthe the Baptist Church in Centralia at 2 30 o'clock Jock yesterday afternoon in charge of the Rev Rev. B F Heaton of Holden Mo a former Centralia pastor Mr Denton was wa th the won son of Mr and Mrs Sam Denton of Centralia and a graduate of the high school there For Por the past put six years rears he ht had been connected with the Ex Ex- Exchange Ex- Ex chance change National Bank of Colorado ColoradoS S lags Cob Q where he died Sat Sat- Satin in oay after two weeks weeks' illness Wn- of or influenza and pneumonia The body was w. w accompanied home be his law brother Ed Allen and d dby by Mrs Sanders Sander of Colorado Springs Besides his parents parente Mr Denon is survived by hla his widow Mrs Dorothy Allen Denton Dnton to I f whom he was wu married last lut April

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Former Sheriff to be Salesman [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

Former Sheriff to Be Salesman Sheriff Roy Creed Creed who was WU sue suc succeeded in office yesterday by b Clyde Ballew will travel as aa a salesman for tor forthe forthe the American Disinfectant Company of Sedalia beginning about Peb Feb 1 The territory which Creed will wUl cov coy cover cover coyer er has haa not been determined

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

THE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN WEDNESDAY JANUARY 2 1929 News of Columbia Society

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Four Women's Clubs to Meet Tomorrow [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

Four Women's Clubs lubs I Ito Tomorrow to o Meet the women women's organizations lions g the I are meet tomorrow h h will the Margaret Elwang women's s Extension tenson Club Elwang circle of Kin Kings King's s Daugh Daugh- Daughters pitt g the Clover Leaf Bridge Cub Club ten and the Council of Columbia r P T A Club will 1111 Tt The Women Wom Women's ns n's s Extension tt at t 2 30 o o'clock clock at the home of Mrs H M. Garlock 1619 University Miss Julia Rocheford lit t Avenue w with ith Uh ton ford in charge They will discuss laws affecting the Property Rights of women in Missouri the Margaret Elwang circle of at Kings King's Daughters will meet with 1319 1310 Anthony Anthon Mrs Hummell Mrs Hummell Humme 1 street at t 3 o clock win be assisted by bv Mrs Mr Gentry Clark end Mrs MT I L t. t E E. Dey A talk on The Thc TheAd TheArt Art Ad of Helping will 11 be given guen miss Ada Niedermeyer lir Mrs A B. Long will be hostess to th the Clover Olover Leaf Leal Bridge Club which meets at ...

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Birthday Party Given for Karl Maneval [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

Birthday Party Given for Karl Maneval I Prof and Mrs. W. E. Maneval 305 Westmount Avenue entertained last night from 8 to 12 o clock o'clock in honor bOnor of o their son Karl Maneval the occasion being his twentieth birth birth- birthday day Games music and refresh refreshments were the features of the evening. Those present were Misses Ruth Almstedt Dorothy Meyer Margaret Almstedt George Ewing Henry Baker Franklin Johnston William Jeffers Otto Meyer Mever Nobu T. Kawai Eliseo Gomez Yao Wensang Tso Shin Warren Hahan and Hourshid Reshid

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Alpha Beta Delphian to Meet on Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

Alpha Beta Delphian to Meet on Tuesday The Alpha Beta Delphian chapter met yesterday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock clock withMrs E.S. Haynes 1408 Rosemary Lane. Mrs J. T. Quinn presided and a discussion was held heldon on an Thompsons Seasons sons Spring Summer and Autumn The quarterly review meeting of this chapter will be held at 7:30 o'clock clock Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. L.T. Ralston Stewart Road and West Parkway with Mrs E.S. Haynes in charge of the program

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Local News [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

Balloons serpentine and confetti featured the New Years Eve dance dante danceL L which was given by bv Miss iss Mary Marv Mar tar Martha Martha tha Catron and Miss l Ethel Barton b Estes stes at the Kappa Alpha frater frater- fraternity house Monday l night from 9 to 12 i o clock The cha were Mrs Joe Estes Mrs T. Kent Catron Mrs Dora Fitch and Miss Cleveland

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Local News [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

I Miss Eleanor Halley of Kansas t who has been the guest of Mr Mrs G V. Head 203 Edgewood Ave Ave- Avenue nue for several days davs returned to Kansas City yesterday Miss Halley I Iwas was LS graduated from front the Um in 1916 and is a member of ot Alpha Phi sorority

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Local News [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

S W. Hurst of Tipton arrived here yesterday to visit with hIs hit daughter Mrs G V. Head 209 Edgewood wood Avenue He will be in m Co- Co Columbia 9 lumbia for Zor several da days s

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Local News [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

Mr and Mrs A C Koch enter enter- entertained Mr and Mrs Ted Montee with a wedding shower at the Kochs Koch's home five f ve miles suites east of Columbia last Thursday Mrs Montee before her marriage recently was Alma Koch Mr Montee formerly lived in n Parsons Kan A large number num r of friends and relatives attended the shower

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