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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 10 November 1916

.J-.Jf-fjy! THE-DAILY MISSOUBIAN, FRIDAY ETEMDte, NOVEMBER lfr-Htt. Fare Fhe www tjrvmmn&rrwvmsrrr-- I w I, l r M it- '- V COLUMBIA THEATRE SATURDAY, NOV 11 . THE COMIC OPERA OF LIFE AND YOUTH MARTHA With the Famous Five Star Cast, A Wonderful Chorus and the Company's Own Symphony Orchestra PRESS COMMENTS One of the few worth while light opera performances of recent years. Ranks with the Merry -Widow and Spring Maid. A beautiful performance and a great company. S 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50 Seat Sale Opens Thursday 9 a. m. ST. LOUIS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 80 MUSICIANS Max Zach, Conductor Jean Vincent Cooper, Contralto MONDAY EVENING November 13th, 8:15' AUDITORIUM Tickets at Missouri Store and Allen's LOUIS SYMPHONY ST. OPENS Mi ALPHA Concert by Orchestra To Be Given Monday Night In University Auditorium. ZACH IS CONDUCTOR Organization Is Trained Like An Army bach Division Has Its Captain. A great orchestra, such as the St Louis Symphony Orchestra, which is to give the opening entertainm...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 10 November 1916

THE DAILY MISSOUBIAN, FRIDAY EYEWDfG, SOYEMBER 10, MM. Page Six V : r t Sixty Ymk ti Sfamtartf 91 BOONE COUXTIAKS IX U. H. S. warn powDm Midi friM cream iff f arftr dtrivtd frim grapts. NO ALUM 31 Missouri Counties and 4 States Rep j resented Among 137 Students. j The enrollment of 137 In the Uni versity High School shows 94 Boone County students or 70 per cent. C. F. DIenst. principal, says that this Is a result of the fact that the people of Boone County are acquainted with the school. ThiB is no doubt true as the county Is about as well supplied with public high schools and secondary schools as are any In the state. Most of the local students In the University High School come from the rural schools of he county. Plans are be ing made to reach the students in other counties and acquaint them with the school. There are 31 Missouri counties and I four other states represented in the university High School. The counties represented are as follows: Audrain and Osage with 3 each; Call...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 12 November 1916

OTr -vnjpggeggg 3T-- .-- r-i J!v.ft cr;0' i"" 5rp?v v THE DAILY MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 12, 1916. SIX PAGES NUMBER 62 -FIRST TIGER DEFEAT TO AGGIES, 7-6 M. U-'s Championship As pirations Nosed Out by 1 Point at Manhattan. PITTAM GETS SCORE Randels, Manhattan Star, Kicks Deciding Goal in Second Quarter. YEfeTEKDW'S rOOTBAH. SCORES. In The Xfrht. Kansas University 27. Washburn 0. Ames 7. Mornlngslde 0. Kendall 42. Kansas City Vets 10. Itlce 23. Tulane 13. Itsylor 0. Texas A. & M. J. Ohio State 40, Indiana .. Northwestern 20, Iowa 13. , Ohio College 33. Cincinnati 10. Washington 7. Knox . In The East. Harvard 3. Princeton 0. Ilrovrn 21, Yale 0. Syracuse 42, Susquehanna 0. Pennsylvania 7, Dartmouth 7. rittsburg 37, Washington and Jeffer- SSwa'rthmore IS. Columbia 0. Jluehlenburg 0, Lebanon alley 8. I'nlon 23, Amherst 0. Cornell 23. Michigan 20. Pennsylvania State 10, Lehigh .. Army 17, Maine 3. Lafayette 32. Albright 0. Springfield 13, Tuft...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 12 November 1916

yv & riypvsf 1- Page Two THE DAILY MISSOUBIAJf, SUXPAY MOBXISQ, SOYEMBEB 12, 1916. CITY AND CAMPUS Mrs. John Maxwell, who has been visiting Mrs. C. B. Davis, returned to her home yesterday at Latah, Wash. Miss Tynda Wine, a Columbia High School student, is visiting her parents at Hallsville. Milliam Reid went to Sturgeon yes terday on business. Mrs. Wilmoth Jones has gone to Sturgeon to visit relatives. Miss Edith Taylor, a student in the University, is spending the week-end with her parents at Keytesville. T. J. Bryson, went to Sturgeon yes terday on business. Mrs. T. C. McDaniel is visiting at Centralia. I. H. Epperson, a former University student, is visiting his parents at Ma con. Miss Anna Beazley left yesterday for a visit at Sturgeon. C. E. Dunkleberger has gone to San ta Fe, where he will preach today. Dr. and Mrs. Oscar C. Klass of Mus kogee, Okla., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Klass. The third semi-monthly meeting of the University German Club will be held in th...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 12 November 1916

wwyjgjis 3$ JBt i1'! p?yEfis 4 9f . r- "f?Ti vi " ,i'";Pe&?f55SpP? "? --, --$SWn!!'lsaMwPTO I f I THE DAILY MSSOUBIAN, SUNDAY MOBKIXQ, XQYEMBEB 12, 1916. Fge Three - i 1 FB mmmmmwKmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Ht':'mi:: mm iWmmmmmmm mmmmKiwh mAMmmmmmmX 44 Ih,'mm,-:-mmmmmm mmmmmm. Lmmmmmmmmm mmmmmmmwmmmmtlmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm3mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm vB , vr s mmmmmwmmimmmmmJLmmmmmmmmmmmmmt H I mYmmSi:"'smlmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm ! 1 1 EHHKHH BflBBV BtB? -BIBBe : IzBBBIk BBBBBBfl bvbvbw mimt'-mmmm 'nm mmmwiL'mmmmmmi BBbBwJCBVBVBV'sBbBbBbBmBbBbBbBbBbBb1 BBBBB1BBBHBV'?BKBBBBBBBBBB1 3Iifcs Jliriam Glandon For three years the University has been without a "Dramatic Quad Club." Several weeks ago three members of the club which produced "The Hun dred Dollar Bill," Kussel Richards, A. G. Hinman and Walton Holmes de cided to revive the organization. Mr. Holmes was elected manager of the new Quad Club and Bernard Hurwitz was made assistant manager. The club is planning to produce the "Col lege Widow" about two weeks after T...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 12 November 1916

Ktvjpvr?, "gf t I- i Page, Fear l THE DAIIT MSSOUMAir, SITSPAY 3I0KSIK6, KOVEMBEB 12, HM. THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Pobllahrd ertrj errnlnt (except 8tnrdr and Sunday) and Bandar moraine by The MlMonrlan Association, Incorporat ed. Colombia, Mo, Frank II. King-, President and Editor! A. G. Illnman, Business Stanacer. Address nil communications to THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Colombia, Missouri. Office: Virginia Building, Downstairs Phones: Business, 55; News, 271. Entered at tbe postofflce, Columbia, Mo. as second-class mall. Year, $150; month, 25 cents; copy, 5 cents. Outside of Boone County, year $3; month, 30 cents. The Mlssourian receives tbe dispatches of the United Press Associations. AFTER THE SMOKE OF BATTLE Now that the returns from the elec tion from all states have confirmed the re-election of President Woodrow Wilson, the United States will forget its political differences and go back to its work. That is one of the greatest traits of the American people. Before the election it would ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 12 November 1916

&tm;&? slWFWwpy' W9 if " " THE DAILY MISSOURIIS, SUSPAY MOBXINQ, XOVEMBEB 12, 1916. Page Fire V ! ADVOCATES SOOJf-DAY MEETINGS fred Bintlge, Y. 31. C A. Worker, Ad dresses Emplojcs of Slioe Factory. The advisability of holding weekly noon-day meetings was discussed yes terday at a meeting of the employes of, 06 Hamilton-Brown Shoe Factory by ftti. H. Kindge of the Y. M. C. A. In ternational Industrial Commission. "More than a minion xaciury cm- nloyes in me uuucu mih uhcuu - f Al,ln 1-t.wt .., Boon-day sessiuus ui wi wuu ccij day." said Mr. IUndge. The chief purpose of these meetings is to provide for the exchange of ideas among men of various departments and to attract speakers expert in their line to discuss subjects of interest to employes. Sex hygiene, technical training, prevention of disease, first aid to the Injured and religious prob lems are discussed. A shop committee will plan weekly meetings to be held at the Hamilton- Brown Shoe Factory during the next our month...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 12 November 1916

.pagf..: THE DAILT MSSOUBIAN, SUNDAY M0BNIN6, NOVEMBER 12, 1816. WK- Page Six - BW. -KNOW MEN!" SPEAKER'S ADTICE Fred Rindge of New York Tells of En gineering's Hbbeb Side. Striking at the point that three fourths of the modern engineer's suc cess is due to a knowledge of men, Fred H. Rindge, of Columbia Univer sity, New York, addressed the engi neering students of the University yesterday afternoon on the "Human Side of Engineering." Mr. Rindge Is a human efficiency engineer and secre tary of the international department of the Y. M. C -A. "The engineer is at the focus be tween labor and capital," said Mr. Rindge, "and If he can't see in both directions, he is lost. This idea is get ting so universal that the more com prehensive definition of engineering has changed until now it means the art of handling and of organizing men; of utilizing men and the forces of nature for the highest benefit of the human race." Emphasizing the importance of ef ficiency, the speaker pointed out that...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 13 November 1916

';' stff - - --J - -m I ' . Ill ' ' -f -. -1 " . !3e -I - , ' all DAILY NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, MONDAY EVENING; NOVEMBER 13, 1916. MISSOURIAN 1 - .: nttiurfr 'II V E OP With French, Victorious Ar my Drives Enemy From ' Iven in Disorder. FIGHTING TWO DAYS Counter-Attacks by Force in Retreat Are Repulsed,-, Allies Report, fy United Tress LONDON. Nov. 13. Continuing their pursuit of the retreating Bulgarian forces, which were driven out of Pol og on the Cerna front, the Serbian troops have captured Iven, north of Polog. The fighting in this sector has been' continuous day" and night. The Bulgarians, time after time, at tack, and occasionally gain temporary advantage, which they fall, however, to maintain. A most violent battle is raging with continued success for the French-Serbian forces in the region of Big Bend, according to official Saloniki reports to the war office. Fighting has been going on two days and nights. The war office con firms the reports from Serbian head quart...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 13 November 1916

w P E- I" Page Two THE DAILY MISSOUKIAX, MOKDAY ETEKIKg, HOYIMBEB 18, 1818. THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Published ererj erenlnr (except Saturday and Sunday) and Bandar mornlnr tr The Mlssourlan Association, Incorporat i LC1DIDD1S, AlO., inuis u. iking. President and Editor; A. O. Illnman, uinr uuuiascr. Address all communications to THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Columbia, Missouri. Office: Virginia Building, Downstairs Phones: Business, 53; News, 271. Entered at the postofflce. Columbia, Mo., as second-class mall. Year, $2.50; month. 23 cents; copy, 5 cents. Outside of Boone County, year $3; month, 30 cents. The Mlssourlan receives the dispatches of the United Tress Associations. AKE 1VE AGGRESSIVE! Nations, like men, are measured by their deeds not words. Thousands of peace protestations on the part of a nation that is building huge battle ships are less convincing than no pro testations and less preparedness. Is the United States an aggressive nation? Every American answers in dignantly, "no". Wa...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 13 November 1916

THE DAILY MISSOUBIAJi, MONDAY EVEMKe, KOVEMBEB 18, 191. Page T&rec M SPORT The Tigers met a good team Saturday, but should have won, according to the figures. Missouri outrushed the Manhattanites almost two to one and made fourteen first downs to the Aggies' eight, but could not get the ball across. The difference between the Tiger attack and the Aggie attack was that the Aggies did all their gaining at one timje when they made their touchdown while Missouri's gains were scattered throughout the game. Six times the breaks of the game went against Missouri when a little good luck would have meant victory. Three times poor refereeing cost Mis souri the ball, and in each case the Tigers were in the Aggie territory and bad but a jard to go on the fourth down. To the spectators, it seemed that Missouri made the distance. Col lins and McMillan plowed through, but were pushed back, and "the referee, In stead of calling the ball down where it stopped going forward, called it down where ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 13 November 1916

&-if,?7 Page Fosr THE DAILY KSSOGBIAX, XOlfDAY lYElfDfg, HOVKPEB 18, !!. ? W f. f r t CITY AND CAMPUS Mrs. J. E. Petty returned to her home near Thompson this morning, after visiting her sister, Mrs. J. T. Stockton, who has been ill. Mr. and Mrs. F. I. Dunn of Bole how, who have been visiting their daughter, Miss Helen Dunn, returned home today. Mrs. W. P. Palmer, who has been the guest of Mrs. Robert Rogers, re turned to her home at Fulton this morning. Guy T. Felty went to Bowling Green this morning to look after the comple tion of seeral new buildings which he has contracted "for there. He will soon finish a high school building costing about $11,000, a church valued at $18,000, and a negro school, to cost $25,000. I. W. Xixon went to Hallsville yes terday to work on a new house which he is building just south of that town. J. D. Fleming of JUarshall was in Columbia ocr Sunday visiting Mrs, Fleming and their three daughters, all of whom arc doing work in the Unl ersity. Mr. F...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 14 November 1916

THE DAILY MISSOURIAN COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 14, 1916. NINTH YEAR NUMBER 64 BRTfisiTWILL RETAIN AW1ERICANBLACKLIST - Reply to U. S. Note Claims ' England Has Right to Re strict Its Trade. WILL LIST LEADERS Individual Applications for Removal of Names to Be Investigated. By United Trcs WASHINGTON. Nov. 14. England insists she has the right to limit the trade ol her subjects. This is the tenor of the British reply to the American note on the blacklist main tained by that country, it was learned late this afternoon. The reply will be made public by the British foreign office and the State Department to- Y It is understood that England will make known a list of British dealers purchasing goods from Americans, which may have some connection with the blacklist. The British government is also expected to say it will investi gate the merits of Individual applica tions for removal from the blacklist. SAY1TAK PHIZES ARE AWARDED Tliela. and Trl-Delts Sell Most An nnal Sub...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 14 November 1916

THE DAILY JIlSSOUKLW, TUESDADAT EVENING, XOVE3IBEK U, 1916. Pg Two t r THE DAILY M1SS0URIAN I'ubllalird every ermine (excrpt Saturday and Sunday) and Sunday mornlnc by The 3IUMnrIaa Association, Incorporat ed, Columbia, Mo., Frank II. Klnr, I'rrnldcnt and Editor: A. fi. Illnman, ISualnrfcs 2fanaser. Address all communications to THE DAILY MISSODRIAX Columbia, Missouri. Office: Virginia Building. Downstairs Phones: Uuslnes, M; News, 274. Entered at tlie postofflce, Columbia, JIo., as second-clans mall. Year, $2.50; month. 25 cents; copy, 5 cents. Outside of Boone County, year $3; month. 3U cents. and And it by far more remunerative than the usually accepted occupations. The Tigers were showing their ap preciation of Kansas-' voting for Wil- Yes, furs are going up. Last year they were worn around the shoe tops; now, around the neck. The JIIsourIan receives the dispatches of the United I'ress Associations. PASSING OF THE SALOON Half a century ago antlsaloon liter ature was generally co...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 14 November 1916

" 'ityifnyr'' i f THE DAILY MISSOURIAN, TUESDA DAY EYEKING, MOVEMBEB 14, 1916. Page Three rirT8wctwK: T" K SPORT With only four days for Loacn bchultes Held bospltal corps to pre- ,re for the coming of the Drake Du'.ldogs Saturday there will be but little f the rough stuff In practice for the Missouri convelescents who last tent did l'ttIe but stretch themselves following the affair at Manhattan i te this week. According to the Tigers' scout. Assistant Coach Ozark Woody, the lowa agK.B""u" .... iU come to Columbia this week is a heavy, fast eleven, which, once started is mighty hard to stop. Coach Woody saW the Bulldogs in action against Simkins Saturday, and it is his opin ion that the Missouri men will have their hands full on Rollins Field Sat urday afternoon. Sprung, AH-Vallej Center, To Line lp With Drake. The Drake team includes six letter men from the 1913 eleven, among whom is Sprong. all-Missouri Valley center, and considered by some the . ot nn man who has ever performed '...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 14 November 1916

jJ- - ?.-- fS j.jc j.-- : Page Fort THE DAILY vrauiirMAS. TPESDADAY EVENING, NOVEMBER H, 1910. K. of C. Lodge Installs Officers. ' The Knights of Columbus installed new officers last night. District Dep uty W. B. NIrit conducted the Installa tion ceremonies and gave a talk on the alms of the Knights of Columbus for the year. The following were installed: Grand knight. Bernard Gcntschc; deputy grand knight, John Lannon; chancel lor, Lloyd Yoest; recorder, D. J. Sul livan; financial secretary, George T. Kline; treasurer, W. H. Watts; lectur er, Thomas J. Hat ton; advocate, Leo Meyer; warden, A. J. Cassidy; inside guard, George Beuker; outside guard, William Keegan; trustees, Gerard Si mon, P. J. Seeley and E. F. Reuther; chaplain. Father T. J. Lloyd. Added JO io .Moberly Church. Rev. A. B. Coffman of the Wilkes Boulevard Methodist Church returned today from a revival meeting held at Moberly. Forty additions to the church were obtained. Taylor Music House sold 55 musi cal instruments d...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 15 November 1916

r? "gatTasiwygrgyii v Sj, --,- '-.Pf- Ssr-apr'P rv- &"- a 1 "v?2f5C! r ,' f I- THE MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA. MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY EVENING, -NOVEMBER IS, 1916. NUMBER 65 "SHHM1M3HWBIBSBB-v'''"mHHHBHWBBBPHH ' ?WjJHSIiM VMwK5 i . I i in ii i i MiTumrrfninffr nnrainTTwwi - ?HnmstmBK!RKm&5VH9niBflHBs'?ziK -& T DAILY V .- COLUMBIA EDUCATORS TOTEACHERS MEETING City and University To Be Well Represented at An nual State Convention. S HELD AT ST. LOUIS Deans Williams and Loeb Will Give Reports From Important Committees. Between forty and fifty Columbians, some of whom are on the program and others who will go to the lectures, are leaving this afternoon or tomorrow to attend the fifty-fifth annual mee'ting of the Missouri State Teachers Asso ciation at St. Louis which starts Thursday, lasting for three days. There is hardly a committee that has not some Columbia member. Perhaps the most talked of report iill be that of Walter Williams, dean of the School of Journalism and cha...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 15 November 1916

Paje Two THE DAILY 3USSODBIAX, TTEDICESDAY EYEJHSQ, MOYEMBEB IS, 191. k f Nt 1 V- THE DAILY MISSOURIAN iclarc a hol,day " 8,t on 8oaked bleachers for a while giving thanks for I'ubll.brd titrj errnlnr (except Saturday and Sanday) and Bandar morning- by The MlMourlan Association. Incorpornt rd, Colombia, Mo, Frank II. Klnr, President and Editor; A. O. Hlnman, Business Manager. Address all communications to THE DAILY MISSOORIAN Columbia, Missouri. Office: Virginia Building. Downstairs rnones: Business, 55; News, 274. Entered at the postofflce, Columbia, Mo. as second-class mall. Year, $2M; montb, 25 cents; copy, 5 cents. Outside of Boone County, Tear $3; montb, 30 cents. Tbe Missourian receives the dispatches of tbe United I'ress Associations. AFTEB 50 TEARS MHATI "If you die before you are 85 years ' old, jou come to an untimely end," cites Earl Barnes of New York an exponent of longevity. Thirty-five per cent of the world's greatest work has been done in the age decade between GO an...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 15 November 1916

jflpjwjri Pf? X THE DAILY jnSSOUBIAaV'WEDKESDAY ETEKDfG, NOYEMBEE.15, 1916. SPORT NEWS and COMMENT JELLS OF PROGRESS OF JAPAN Only two of the seven regular Tiger linemen were In scrimmage yes terday, for Coach Schulte Is not taking chances of having any more of his jtars out of the game through Injuries. Glltner, Wilder. Groves and Bass stood on the sidelines during the afternoon's work and watched the second string linemen, aided by Preston and Hamilton, tear the freshmen and scrubs to pieces, Schulte is giving most of his time to developing the substitutes. Shan non Hudson, Shy, Whlttenberg and others got strenuous work and show t& up well. But even though the ma jority of the "rough stuff' has been done away witn ior mis wceK, two more men joined the group of "also Injured" yesterday. Joe Shy will be out for a while, and the few specta tors at practice jesterday nearly had heart failure when "Bill Preston keel ed over on the ground. It looked like a repetition of the Muir cas...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 15 November 1916

rmWBKMKBHSESSItmF'K eSFW k - sv , r Pe Fear SOCIETY NOTES Mrs. L. E- Morgan of Wooster, O., is the guest of her sister. Miss Saldee Stean, 1502 Broadway. Saturday aft ernoon Miss Stean entertained for Mrs. Morgan. Those present were Mrs. S. T. Simpson, Mrs. T. H. Hick man, Mrs. Hoy Murry, Mrs. L. G. RInkle, Mrs. L- A. Weaver, Miss Anne Douglas, Mrs. M. R. Arnold, Mrs. ' E. Thornton, Mrs. W. P.'Dysart, Miss Winifred Dysart, Miss Alice Durrett, Miss Elizabeth Arnold, Mrs. L. H. Hannah and Mrs. J. B. Hanson of CIe eland, 0- Mrs. L. A. Weaver entertained In formally jcsterday afternoon for Mrs. L. E. Morgan. The guests were Mrs. M. It. Arnold, Miss Elizabeth Arnold, Mrs. L. G. RInkle, Mrs. S. T. Simp son, Miss Saldee Stean and Mrs- Mor gan. Thursday night Mrs. L. G. RInkle will give a dinner party for Mrs. Morgan. The other guests will be Mrs. M. T." Arnold, Miss Elizabeth Arnold and Miss Safdee Stean. Misses Margaret Norrls and Edna Beasley, students in the University, spent the week-e...

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