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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 16 December 1917

- arTP?" sssaasSKSBaiswwiS"311 !! SUNDAY M0RN15G MI880UMAN, DECEMBEB M, 1917. Page Ten iiiliiiii1iiiliiiniiii...i.iii lilllllliillliiliiiiliiimiMliiiiimi;i 'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIllllilimilllllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII tj y. ? ' -" Mf. - -.i.-Jt- : . ... 5' r- IWS-."' ""-V ' JOIN :t 4 1 s'i t"K '-'v-'' f THE RED CROSS NOW ,, $ - For Humanity's Sake Last June, 10 million Americans registered in the National Army to protect our country. Next week 15 million men, women and children will register as membersof the Red Cross Army to aid those who go to the front. Monday, December 17, is Volunteer Day. Volunteer your subscription and do not wait for someone to come for it. With each membership will be given a Red Cross Button and a Red Cross Service Flag. Let every Boone County citizen show his colors in this great work. Make a Christmas Gift to the Boys in the Trenches. 4J, :.. r.'rti n BE A VOLUNTEER FOR HUMANITY'S SAKE JOIN NOW i ' 5 . rt?J ' '&' ?lJwi " ,-- s 7 No Fi...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 17 December 1917

z"l "TT"1 --., '. r THE EVENING MISSOURIAN 1 TENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 17, 1917. NUMBER 79 FORMEMBERSOPENS Rnoths Opened This Morn ing in Many Places-200 Students Working. BANKS ALSO ASSIST ' 500 Join at Meeting in Hall Theater No Figures Ob tainable Today.' Volunteer Day in the Red Cross drive for new members started early nd strong this morning with booths !? the principal buildings, 200 stu dents of Columbia High School work ing ta the business section, Univer sity memberships being taken by fif teen girls and a11 the Danks taking applications. Wherever a person rent down town today he found a Rea Cross worker. Special teams are assigned to the Courthouse, Daniel Boone Tavern, Athens Hotel, Postofflce, Guitar Building. City Hall and Exchange Na i (jojai Bank Building. Membership applications may also be made at the Stephens Publishing Company. House-to-House Canvass Later. No house-to-house canvassing will be done until next Thursday morning, says E....

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 17 December 1917

rcfep.' j fk ?.. ajgamwtriw p- ', "" Pair Two w. SijS . a . , i--egfp TJIE PVF.XfWfl MISSOUBIAK, MOXPAY. DECEMBER 17, 1917 THE EVENING MISSOURIAN (MEMBEB OF ASSOCIATED PRESS) The Associated Press Is exclusively en titled to tbe use for republication of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. t..t.ll.tia vr-r mwralnr fexCCDt StMTlajr and Sunday) and Bandar mornlnc by The MlssourUn Association, Incorporai' ed Colombia. Mo. nin.? Vlrclnla Bnlldlne. Downstairs Phones: Business 55; News, 274. Entered at the postoffice, Columbia, as second-class mall Mo., City: Year, J3.75: 3 months, $L00; month, By nSll in BSoneCount: Year. U!3; 6 months. JL75; 3 months. 90 1 cents. r....i,i or itnnne.Countr: lear. Iiw: 3 months, U3; month, 45 cents. v.i.,i Ailrortlslnir IleDresentatlves rwrantpr.Srtiwrer Co. Fifth Avenue Building New York: Peoples Clas Build MS, Chicago. TIIK CHIUSTMAS .SI'HtlT "Lo. I bring tidings of good joy,...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 17 December 1917

'UUMjF?9Ji' '"tlt " T-!fflfMW'WVt fryiw -r "JHI.'"3;tfiger -"-saTrS 11 GARDNER AND M'ADQQ HERE FARMERS' WEEK Annual Agricultural Gather ing Will Be January 14-18 This Year. HQOVERMAY COME Unless War Complications Prohibit, National Food Head Will Be Here. Fanners' Week, the annual state wide agricultural gathering, will be held this year from Monday, January j4 to Friday. January 18, inclusive, ,rith the College ot Agriculture, the State Board of Agriculture and the State Associations of Missouri cooperating- The program list will in clude speakers of note from the rjntted States, a soldier fresh from the French trenches, a member of the presidents cabinet and Governor Gardner of Missouri. On Wednesday and Thursday, January 16 and 17 the War Council of the Missouri Council of Defense will be held. The Sixth Annual Ham and Bacon ShoV and the Corn Show "will be held daring the week. Prof. J. C. Hackle man has charge ot the premium list for the Corn Show and Dr. P. P. Trowbridge will h...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 17 December 1917

"'wi55.i -";-' '?' . vr : Ufcr Page Fonr SALE OF BABY BONDS IN SCHOOLS PLANNED Every School District in Boone County Will Have Organization. PORTER IN CHARGE J. D. Elliff and S. C. Bright man Will Conduct Co lumbia Campaign. Chairmen and secretaries for the ninety-seven school districts In Boone County hare been appointed for the sale and distribution of War Savings Certificates. County Superintendent of School George T. Porter is county chairman. Those named to have charge of the sale of the baby bonds in the towns of the county are: J. D. Elliff and S. C. Brightman. Columbia; George W. Husted, Ashland; Elmer Mace, Rocheport; Ida E. Graham, Harrisburg; Janette White, Georgia Robinson, Hallsvillc; W. V. Long, Sturgeon; P. G. Hale, Ccntralla; Paul Parr, White District; E. W. Hagan, Hartsburg, and Ruth Wilks, Hunts- dale. The chairmen and secretaries- of the various districts are as follows: 1. J. W. Bryson, chairman. Contrails; Iteverly Majes, secretary; Centralis. 2. C. r. Palmer, c...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 18 December 1917

."jvi'J-",y " s"".v. y&v -"" THE 'rfa n?m MISSOURIAN TENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 18, 1917. NUMBER 80 EVENING i M m T.l & ! 11 3 000 JOIN IN FIRST 'i CROSS HE Tjaf of Boone County's Quota Assured on First Days of Week! AND MORE IN SIGHT Columbia Has 2,225 Mem bersRed Cross Flags Ap pear in Business Houses. Approximately 3.000 person made application for membership on the Red Cross Sunday and Volunteer Mon day, according to an announcement j,r br- Is'dr Loeb, Boone County manager for the American Red Cross Christmas 31embershlp Campaign. A strong effort will be made during the remainder of the campaign to bring the total up to 6,000, the quota as signed to Boone uouniy. Iii some cases memberships were xken for every member of the house hold. Mount Pleasant Church took a membership for one of Us Sunday School students, who is now in the Army, and plans to do the same for each member as he enlists. Many business houses in Columbia took memberships fo...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 18 December 1917

m fi vr Ij THE ETENING MI380UKIAX. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1917. g&i". 8 P Page Two , Ik it,- Ik i 5 1200UEST SENT OUTJACH DAY Notice Showing Order of Call Is Posted in Court house Corridor. LAW FACULTY AIDS One Year, Maximum Sen tence for Failure to Re turn on Time. The local exemption board will post a notice each day in the corridor of the Courthouse giving the order of the questionnaires which are sent out on that day. The questionnaires are sent through the mail, but all registrants are advised to call at the Postofflce if there is a delay in re ceiving them. Delay may be caused by the fact that the envelopes con taining the blanks do not have the street address, but merely the name of the registrant One hundred and twenty blanks are sent out each day. to be returned within seven days. When all the blanks have been returned, the regis trants will be classified according to the Government plan. "Failure to return the blanks with in seven days," says the Government notice, "con...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 18 December 1917

ssewTOflJK?;? "" i i i ii i , in.,, iiiHaiiiii ihii i -,- ..,.., "3S?'!ap-.,si5K. ' jWBESK' .Tfc, --y , -- p ti'L'L. jm. m . i !! TyManwii4iiwrilififfTTirffSiHE'"Tr mf tir ' vi n i n ' tr fiSrrffiiiWdffirSBsSBWBSBrTFTTgfffflB ifv IV THE EYENIXQ XISSOUBIAX, TUESDAY, DECEMBER lg, 1M7. K. C. AIUMXAETOHOID REUNION plans Made for Reception on ew Years Afternoon. The Kansas City chapter of the Mis souri Alumnae has made plans to hold a reception on New Year's afternoon for past and present students of the University of Missouri. Bertram Harry, business manager of the Mis souri Union, has received several .let ters from Miss Eleanor Kleeman, '12, who has charge of the reception. It will ibe given at Drexel Hall, Hunter and Main streets. Stunts will bo given by alumni and students, after which dancing will take up the after noon. "Hooverized" refreshments will bo served. All past and present University students are invited to at tend. To further this plan among the Uni versity students, a c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 18 December 1917

:MgT5ST" ' isssssssssssssssssMl PHPrfW ' ' " J i TTrPrTn i i I III II 1 mm i lsri,'TTTrTTWiyT31T'Wi'1W,tftTJT H'M1 P' ' ""si - t f f y 5 PT Page Fonr y j HR - " THE EVENING MISSOPMAN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1917. THE EVENING MISSOURIAN (MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS) The Associated Press Is exclusively en titled to tbe use -for republication of all news dispatches credited to It or not otherwise credltAin tils paper and also tbe local newt published herein. rnblltbed ererr eTenlnr (except Saturday and Sunday) and Sunday morning- by Tbe MUtonrUn Association, Incorporat ed, Colombia, Mo. Office: Virginia Building, Downstairs Phones: Business S3; Mews, 271. Entered at tbe postofflce, Columbia, Mo as second-class mall. City: Year, $3.75: 3 months, $1.00; month, 40 cents; copy, 2 cents. By mall In Boone County: Tear, $323; 0 months, $1.73; 3 months, 90 cents. Outside of Boone County: Tear, $150; 3 months, $L25: oontb, 45 cents. National Advertising Carnenter-Scbeerer Co. Representatives: ifu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 18 December 1917

THE EVENIXG MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1M7. CITY AND CAMPUS t o Winda went tn St TjuiIi Mrs. I'. & " " " - on business yesterday afternoon. ' Frank 0. Harris went to Centralia yesterday afternoon on business. G W Whittle went to St, Louis on business yesterday afternoon. K M. Bandy went to Fulton yester day'on'bnslness. Mrs. Katr Buescher went to Mober 1 today o business. Mrs. Benta Whitaker and daugh ter .Miss Grace Whitaker. went to Kansas City yesterday for a visit to Let Holborn make your PHOTOCRAPHS We guarantee to please HOLBORN STUDIO 910a Broadway Kg OPTOMETRIST Yj L 214 GUITAR. BLDG. M ft COLVLMBIAMO.J0W I A 500 P 3 Btt Fireproof Dopm-r I 12rejrom'2GD I t UndndwKmoiu DimlKM rf 5 SJ.WhihnoreJapKRdi1 relaUves during he Christinas holi days. Mrs. E. M. Carter and son. Proctor, went to Auxvasse yesterday morning for a visit to relatives. Martin Corlis and daughter of HallsvIIle were shopping here yester day. Willie Pemberton of Cheyenne, Wyo., is visiting Mrs. J. W. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 18 December 1917

? - i'TiMS9t,'! sfiniiiniitniiiiiiiuiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiuiiiiiifiiiiniiiniiiiiiiiiiiHtiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiit iiiiiuiiiiiimiiiiiuiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiH m imimm imiiiiiiiiiiiiiiim miniiimiimiimiiiiii iiiimiiiiiiiiii iimnnagji COLUMBIA'S FINE NEW DRUG STORE 5-fS Buying Opportunities Too Good to Be Re- peated. Opening Day Only. S HiHkv o2.-; "-i ," - " ' ?vr '?Ta .yjvSp ' - fiSwwr yS9vSe!s0nf99SSFfKivSvf'V 3b Siflg-. 'pre Six - THE EYENDiG JHSSOUMAJT, TOES DAY, .DECEMBER rJ8. J917. T- tJW ! "SMk- 1 m: m y S Opening Day Specials OLIVE OIL SPECIAL Imported French Olive Oil in full quarts, pints anil one-half pints. Quarts, regular price $1.50, Opening Day price $1.00 Pints, regular price 75c, Opening Day price 30c pints, regular price 40c, Opening Day price 25c CANDY SPECIAL Vassar and Nobility Chocolates in fancy boxes in pounds and half pounds. They are delicious. One-pound package, regular price $1.23, Open ing Day price 30c One-half-pound package, regular price 65c...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 19 December 1917

w 1 - .J EVENING MISSOTAN ' TENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY EYEING, DECEMBER 19, 1917. NUMBER81 THE . RE o cross cum IN Work Must Be Speeded Up to Get 6,000 Members, Says E. S. Stephens. ' INTEREST IS GOOD Difficulty Found in Reach ing Farmers Negroes to Be Canvassed. The Red Cross drive for members must be speeded up If this district Is to reach its minimum quota of 6,000, E. Sydney Stephens, chairman of the campaign for this district, said today, Exact reports are not yet obtainable. but the chief difficulty seems to lie In reaching the farmers. Mr. Stephens said that It Is worth noting that the farmers, where reached, respond well. In one church Sunday, 45 members were gained out of an audience of 30. Some joined for others not present. The. schools and churches are the best and nearly the only places where the farmer can bo reached. There has been some- confusion- on account of the number of campaigns for mon ey. Sir. Stephens said that when It was made clear that the R...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 19 December 1917

HHIlllBllliBIHflllMBWMIBIIIISlll Br BHv - - -V" .i ' -v .-. i a bF Page Two I 1 oTrunnDiiDUCDQ ad THE ETENPfS MISSODBIAJf. TTEDNESPAY. DECEMBEB 19, 1917. ' Jll T - T. E WANTED EVERYWHERE University ofMissouri Calls for Them, asADo All Sec tions of Country. WAR NEEDS MORE College of Agriculture Em ploys 18, and 10 Are Used in Extension Service. Wanted Stenorapners with ex perience and ability. This Is the call from all over the country Just now, and the University of Missouri Is calling just as loudly as any other employer, with the ex ception of the Federal Government at Washington. The Government Is In need of 5,000 clerks and stenograph ers and up to this time hut com paratively few have answered tne call. Civil service examinations for stenographers aro held every Tues day at the I'cstrttlce, and the salaries range for $1,000 to $1,800. The increased amount of work Drought on by the war has caused this great need for more stenogra phers and the University, doing its bit, shares t...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 19 December 1917

y ' A lJK.flfyp.- -""sr T?T,'i:'r''' " S'jtWI' iH WH&pisi" ' "V.! W J 4 11 ri II i CWILIAH CLOTHES GO UNDER THEin Soldiers and Sailors-to-Be Sell Unwarlike Things at Auction. , LOW PRICES PREVAIL Olive Drab and Navy Blue Has Attracted Many at University. "Two dollars, gentlemen, I am of fered for this $7 silk shirt, guaran teed not to fade and to fit any neck; worn only twice and equal to any thing that can be bought in Columbia for ?10 Do I hear two-fifty? Who said two-one? Gentlemen, just feel the texture of this goods, gentlemen. Notice the sheerness of the article. Gentlemen, it is going at two-one, go ing at two-one, going at " A freshman is the center of attrac tion. Around him is a great pile of clothes and paraphernalia of all de scriptions, from white flannel trou sers to a heavy winter overcoat, from kodaks to poker chips. Around him are crowded young men, some of whom are lucky enough to have mon ey to buy the bargains that are of . fered, others who are there just to...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 19 December 1917

jfcrray9frwftffTHrenhmT59agaE h - ,' Page Four THE EYENING MISSOUMAX, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1917. ' W to. 111 X iR, m r .1 THE EVENING .MISSOURIAN (MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS) Tk Ainoptitnl Preii is exclnalrelr en titled to the use Tor republication of all news dispatches credited to It or not otberwlse credited In tils paper aDd also ine local new puDiunea nerein. PublUhed ntrj Teniae (except Sturdr ' nd Sundmy) and Bandar morula- by Tbe MUioarlan Aaioelatlon, Incorporat ed, Colombia, Mo. Office: Virginia Building-, Downstairs " Pbones: Bnalness S5; Kews, 27. 1 Entered at the postofttce, Columbia, Mo. as second-class mall. i City: Year, S3.75; 3 months, $L00; month, -40 cents; copy, 2 cents. By mall in Boone County: lear, $3-25; 6 . months, 11.75: 3 months. 90 cents. Outside of Boone County: Tear, 1150: 3 months, L25; month, 45 cents. National AdTertlalnc Bepresentytlves: Carpenter-Scheerer Co, Fifth Ayenne Building New York; Peoples Gas Build ing, Chicago. i- TIIE BALANCE SHEET ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 19 December 1917

I IHI ETESTOQ aDSSOPBIAJf; TTEPyiSDAT, DECEMBER 18,-1917. 1.1 CORNMEAL DELICACIES " REVIVED FROM 1850 The appetising smell of the baking Johnny cake or corn dodgers real delicacies of a half century ago la again issuing from the kitchens of Missouri housewives with the return to favor of commeal. Once relegated to a minor position, the necessity for the conservation of wheat and the 'bumper" corn crop has brought the meal back to Jfs own and many per sons are beginning to realize Just what they have denied their palate by formerly limiting the use of the corn product. Commeal is somewhat higher Jn Its food value than wheat flour, ac cording to experts, containing a greater amount of fat and mineral matter. When combined with milk or eggs it forms a well-balanqed food for the body and may advantageously be added to the dally menu. Here are some recipes prepared by home economics experts of the Fed eral Food Administration for Mfs souri for the use of commeal and the conservation of w...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 19 December 1917

HBWyKfla.WU.P'wiiiramg'iirn 1 V THE ETENDfS JOSSOUBIAlf, TTEDIfESDAY, DECEMBER 1V1917. ."fM?8k Ui Mi . i P! "FABEWElL FOB H. J. WATEBS .- Forn? r 3t U. Bean, to LeaTe Man- - 'tattan Janaarj-1. " " Monday was "farewell day" at Man . hattan, .?Can.", for Dr. H. J. Waters, formerly dean of the College of Agrl--culture here, who has resigned his position as presldenj of the Kansas ""State Agricultural College to become .editor of the Kansas City Weekly Star. At the college Doctor Waters deliv "ered his farewell address to the stu dents. This was followed by a luncheon In his honor given by Pro fessor Crawford of the School of In dustrial Journalism of the college. President Waters founded this school when he came to the college. -Monday night In the department of domestic science the entire faculty miTA nnMnr Waters a. Tecention which was attended by the student body and the people of the city. In ms lare well address Doctor Waters said he would-be in a position not only to carry out hi...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 20 December 1917

Hti ' "RV :w&-t THE EVENING TENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 20, 1917. NUMBER 82 t A T J33 MISSOURIAN 1 r k r 9(1 PER CENT CLAirl DITJPPTIOI Lawyers Giving Aid to Reg istrants Rushed With Inquiries. SHOULD "COME EARLY Wives Accompany Men to Swear. to the Information Given. Fully 90 per cent or the draft ques tionnaires turned in so far to the draft board have claimed exemption, Columbia draft officials estimated this afternoon. About 150 men, women and children waited their turn dur- ing the day to get the assistance of the four lawyers who helped them fill out their blanks. The number was ' so large that several county officials put their work away and also helped. It is the advice of the draft board that men needing help on their list of questions should come to the Court house as soon as they receive the questionnaires, as the length of time granted every man makes certain that hundreds will try to crowd In the last few days. The majority of the paper...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 20 December 1917

"V'f ? kn& 2m r?;, 4 v a r u I n t t M W ! Page Two THE EVENING MISSOUEIAN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1917. CITY AND CAMPUS 1 Mis3 Christine Spencer arrived frpm (Decatur, 111., today to spend the holidays with her mother, Mrs. E. Spencer, 207 Edgewood avenue. Mrs. C D. English left this morn ing lor Jonesboro, Ind , to visit her parents. Mrs. E. S. Harrell went to Cen tralia this morning to visit her par ents. Mrs. J. H. DIngman has gone to Sturgeon to visit her sister. Mrs. Everett Buckler went to Cen tralia this morning to visit her mother. Miss Lizzie Baumhoefer went to St. Louis today to visjt relathes. J. W. Jennings and Miss Itena Jen nings left this morning for 'St. Louis, where they will visit his daughter, Mrs. C. K. Davis. Mrs. W. II. Hunton went to Browns this morning to visit her mother. Students in Stephens College left for their homes today in special coaches at 10:30 o'clock on the Wa bash and 12:30 on the Katy. Their holiday will last until January S. Mrs. J. L. Cr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 20 December 1917

.??j- -mys -i'nrrrk7iWrWMTK' ''y$m:s ""z "- -I I VI THE ETEKISQ MISSOUMAX, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1917. 1, 1 C. A. ID ARE AWSWINT The Rev. J. H. George One of Nine Men Chosen for France. IN A CLASS OF 53 Rector Tells of Importance of Work Done tjy Asso ciation at Front. -Adaptability." That was the ono word with which the Ker. James H. George, Jr., rector of the Calvary Episcopal Church, summarized the work and purpose ot the T. M. C. A. school at Chicago for the training of war secretaries. "The situations in which we will be placed in the fighting regions," said the Reverend George, "will be entirely different in each case. And the school at Chicago and elsewhere are training men to adapt themselves to the given situation." 'There is one definite instruction that was given all, and the training tended toward that end. That was: To supplement the army, to increase Its efficiency by keeping the men mor ally and spiritually fit in their leisure time. It is by the socializing method t...

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