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Wrestling Match Put Off [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929
WRESTLING MATCH PUT OFF Contest st ith Illinois May Be BeHeld BeHeld Held ld Jan 12 The wrestling match scheduled sch by the Tigers Ti ers with the University of Illinois lor tor Saturday evening c Jan 5 5 has been postponed it was an an- announced announced flounced by Chester L. Brewer di director di- di director director rector of athletics this morning ng Mr Brewer says that it was thought it was advisable ad to postpone the th game until sufficient time had hadj hadI j I elapsed to survey the influenza situ situ- situation situation situation in m Columbia and avoid a pub pub- public lie lic gathering so 50 soon after the re reopening re- re reopening reopening opening of the University tomorrow i The match will probably be rear- rear rearranged rearranged ranged for January 12
Funeral for Ernest Chase [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929
i Funeral Held for Ernest Chase Funeral services were held yester yester- yesterday yesterday yesterday day in Farber for Ernest Chase son of Mr and Mrs A T. Chase of Far Far- Farber Farber Farber ber and nephew n phew of Mrs M E Gililand South Tenth Street Co- Columbia Chase died last Wednesday 1 at the thc home of his brother Warrie Chase in Pasadena Calif after a short illness inness He had gone gon to Cali- Cali California 1 I forma fornia to soend the winter Mr Chase attended Westminster College in Fulton and Central College at Fayette Besides his parents he is isby survived by a sister and six broth brothers
Will Cut Platte River Channel [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929
Will Cut Platte River Channel i DEARBORN Mo Jan 2 UP CUPI An An organization here will attempt to put an end to flood losses Josses along the Platte River by a plan advocated by Walter T. Brooks Kansas City engineer I The river now enters Platte County in a tortuous channel I that continues until the water flows into the Missouri It is planned to cut the channel of the river half of its Us distance of four forty-four miles Benefit districts will bear the cost I
Kansas Enjoys Successful Year [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929
KANSAS ENJOYS SUCCESSFUL YEAR 1928 Brings Greatest Farm Prosperity in inStates inState's inI inStates inState's I States State's History i TOPEKA Kan Jan 2 UP I With 1928 as the greatest agricultural al year in its Kansas history Kansas I I I farmers are going into the new year 1 in a better condition than at any anytime i time slam since sin before the tha war var according to the annual inventory issued by by J C. Mohler secretary of the state board of agriculture The summary states that much of the th cash already received from the years year's operations has gone into debt liquidation and expansion invest Invest- investment ment and that many Kansas farm farm- farmers farmers ers are now out from under Tinder a load of past due paper and have ha a sur sur- surplus surplus sur- sur surplus plus of working capital The total value of the years year's agri agri- agricultural agricultural agricultural cultural productions is placed at Kansas harvested more acres of offield offie offi...
The Rev, Wilson Arsdale Buried [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929
The Rev Wilson Arsdale Buried Mrs G. V. Head has returned from Tipton where she attended the fun fun- funeral funeral funeral eral of the Rev Wilson Arsdale Mr Arsdale was the father of Mrs W. H. Maclay of Dallas Tex who i was as May queen at the University in 1924 and a member m of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority Mr and Mrs Maclay l also attended the fun fun- funeral eral Mr Maclay was graduated 1 I from the College of Engineering of the University of Missouri in 1911 J
To Examine Applicants Jan 12 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929
ToExamine Applicants Jan 12 Residents of the eighth congressional congressional I district who have filed ap- ap api i with Congressman W. L.Nelson Nelson for appointment to West Point or Annapolis should report at atthe atthe atthe the Postoffice Building here Jan 12 at 9 o'clock in the th morning An ex examination ex- ex examination examination will be i given to aid in the selection lection s of appointees
Local News [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929
Talk of the Town wn Wood Sale Sale Wood Heaters Wilson type Laughlin Hardware Co adv ads Talk of ot the Town To Sale Sale Oil Oil Cook C ok Stoves greatly reduced Laughlin Hardware Hard ware Co adv ad Talk of the Town Ton Sale Toys Sale Toys and gift ift ware reduced 25% Laughlin Hardware Co adv Talk of the Town TO Sale Sale Fire Fire Place Sets and a nd Andirons greatly reduced red I Ll Hardware Co
2 Negro Scout Troops Forming [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929
2 NEGRO SCOUT TROOPS FORMING To Be Known as No.'s 19 and Work Under Prof. Coleman Membership 1 certificates for boys in to two t wo troops of negro Scouts in in Columbia were issued this morning by the local Boy Scout office. The two troops will be know as Troops 19 and 20 the former former being connected with the Broadway Baptist Church and the latter affiliated with tire St. Pauls Paul's African M. E. Church On two occasions Boy Scout national field men m n have visited Columbia in the interests of developing I Scout work among colored boys A training course was held for colored leaders and the troops have been in process of organization for several months Lately the two groups of boys have been meeting regularly I end have passed their tenderfoot tests I Work among the th colored boys in Columbia is under the general g supervision of a committee headed by Prof J. B. Coleman Stewart Parker is commissioner Several other officers have been elected and committees committees have bee...
Governmental Expenses Will Exceed Budget [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929
GOVERNMENTAL I EXPENSES WILL WILL EXCEED BUDGET 58,000,000 More Than 1928 Is Voted for 1929 Projects i j i STATISTICIANS WORRIED Appropriations Greater by Than Sum Figured On WASHINGTON Jan 2 UP 5 Congressional appropriations author author- authorized authorized for government expenses next l ext year have hae thus far exceeded by near near- nearly nearly ly Iy the appropriations made for the same governmental gO de de- departments de- de this fiscal year ear a tabu tabu- tabulation ta tabulation u- u ula lation la compiled today by the United Press showed showe-d. The figure represents pre nL f more mort- than authorized by bv the bud bud- budget budI I get bureau b au and marks the th first time in several years that tha t Congress Con resa has ha exceeded the limit limtt of 01 expense set by ay the bureau Government Go statisticians are art wor wor- worried or ned ried about the increases in view of President Coolidge's warnings at attoe atthe atthe the toe start of Congress that...
"Modern Women Dress Rest" [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929
MODERN WOMEN DRESS BEST Doctor Believes Feminine Clothes More Sensible Than Men's SPRINGFIELD Ill UP Women are far more sensible than men in in their present day mode of cold weather dress according to Dr Isaac D. Rawlings state health director in an interview here on winter health fashions Clothing ought to be such as to provide protection against chilling I the body while the individual Is outside and to prevent heat stasis excessive perspiration malfunction of the skin and too much relative
Philippines Hero Celebrated Today [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929
PHILIPPINES' HERO CELEBRATED TODAY Jose Rizal Died Before Spanish Firing Squad 32 Years Ago MANILA Jan 2 U Jose Rizal outstanding historic hero of or orthe I the Philippines ua honored i- i I out th Christian in n of the archipelago arch pc 8 o Monday on the thirty thirty- second anniversary Vf of hs h death be before b b- b fore a Spanish h Ling ring squad Da Day y i. i i t the greatest day of the islands parade civic meetings athletic events concerts and library competitions t L all parts of the world hawaii martyred Manila's central cen ral observance ob r took place on what hat was formerly Bagumbayan field and is now known as a athe the Luneta near the shore of Manila Bay A monument marks the spot where Dr Rizal was as as exe exe- executed executed While Rizal was as less s the fiery revolutionist than the protestant against injustice his writings served ser s r ed I in tn large measure to arouse the Fili Fili- Filipinos Fili- Fili Filipino pinos pino to a t a sense sen of unit...
Business Good in Eighth District [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929
BUSINESS GOOD IN EIGHTH DISTRICT Federal Reserve Report Shows Industries Unusually Active ST. LOUIS Jan 2 While exhibiting some rather sharp contrasts business as a whole in the Eighth Federal Reserve District during the past thirty days continued the record of gradual improvement nt noted each month since last August according to the monthly report of Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis A particularly good showing was made in industry states the report with activities at a higher rate than a year ago and many important lines Une exhibiting less than the usual seasonal slowing down and some recording actual gains. In the iron and steel industry the reports continues 4 and through the metal working industries generally activities were at an unusually high rate for this time of year. Through the South improvement was general in the textile in industry in- in many mills operating at full capacity capacity Building continued in inI I I relatively good volume without door operations being ...
Crossed Pacific 348 Times [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929
CROSSED PACIFIC TILES TI ES Ships Ship's Chief Steward ward still Held by Sea Sfa After Arter 52 Years Year 1 ft n SAN FRANCISCO U Fifty P two years ago E L Hawes then then thena a ayoung ayoung I young oung lad with a taste for the sea shipped aboard the bark Pride for his first cruise on the th Pacific I Today Daddy Hawes Ha chief chi stew Uw steward stewart ard art of the Dollar Liner President Harrison admits the sea has got me mc and declines to spend his old ago aRr ag on shore shor t Hawes record includes 348 trips across th the Pa and eleven trips around the world
Washington Mo., Child Dies [Newspaper Article (death notice)] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929
WASHINGTON MO CHILD DIES d. d I Funeral Services Were Held in Sturgeon geon leoD Last Week I Mary Ann old 4-months daughter lof of Dr and Mrs F. G. Mayes of Washington Mo died died la t week k at ata ata ata a hospital in St St. Louis The body I Iwas i was brought to Sturgeon n to the i home of a Mr and Mrs D. G. Spelman luau Mrs Mayes' parents par Funeral r cc were conducted by the Rev P. G. Seyfarth Interment was in i I Moura Mount Horab Cemetery I Those Tho e from out of or tow town n w who ho a 1 tended the funeral were Mr and Mrs. Walter Otto of Washington or o 1 I IMo Henry and Hanora Hammel Mo Mo nd oid llanora lIanora Hammel Hamm l of L j S S S. LCJ s Mrs. A. E. Brown oi of I p ld Springfield Ill Il C. L. Robinson of Marshall nr r h Mrs Lyda da McDonald of Jefferson City J E. Brown of Mexico Mr and Mrs 1 P F. F H II Brown of Boonville M- M Mand f and Mrs Obe Truesdall Tru s- s daB dall Mrs Obe Ul ll James Truesdall Jamrs Jam s 1 Tru of Clark Mrs Kenneth I Watts l of Kirksvil...
Sturgeon [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929
Sturgeon William Dickerson of Moberly and Miss Mary Ellen Gardener of Clark married Dec 23 at the home of Mr and Mrs Charles Bartee in Sturgeon goon geon on The Th Rev Walter Sutton of officiated of- of The couple was accompanied accompanied I by bv Mr and Mrs Ferrel sister ister and law in of the bride bride- bridegroom groom Mr and Mrs Dickerson will live Ii f m in Moberly Mr and Mrs George Toalson and daughter of Mexico have been spend spend- spending spending spending ing a few days davs with Mrs Toalson's sister Mrs Everett Carr and famil family and other relatives I A home talent tal nt play pla sponsored by bv bythe bythe the members of f the Pisgah W. P. F. A. was presented prE Wednesday night at Pisgah School house to a large au- au James Pollard of St St. Louis is the guest gU sl of Mr and Mrs Duke Moynian Miss Evelyn Carr of Moberly spent Tuesday with her parents Mr and Mrs Clyde Carr J. W. Schooling return returned 1 l home me Wednesday from Boone County Hospital where h...
Centralia [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929
I I Centralia i Barnes Ridgeway of Hannibal spent a few days das da s 's in Centralia the tiie last las h week k Miss fi Helen Robb Brown entertain entertain- entertained ed a number of fi lends friends on Thursday evening Mrs R. B. Hulen entertained nt the th members mem rs of the Pastime Club Fn FrI- FrIday Fri Fri- Friday day dav with an day all-day meeting and luncheon George Mackey fack y of Kansas City is visiting relatives here Chester Park of Fairfield la Ia is the th guest of or his parents parent Mr and Mrs C. J. Park Mrs Gussie Eddings of oi Moberly is the guest Ruest of her brother John Sames and family Mrs Clarissa McAllister of Poplar Bluff is here the guest of ot her hr sister Mrs S. C. Wilson Mr and Mrs Lee Roberts of or St Sl St. Louis Louis spent s nt Christmas with his moth moth- mother er Mrs R. R. Roberts and Mr and Mrs Ernest Lay Lav of Quin- Quin Quincy, Ill. are here visiting J. E. E An An- Angel Angell gel gell I and L L. W. Angell V. G. Doty came home Sunda...
McBaine [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929
McBaine C F Douglass returned to St StLouis S Louis u Tue day evening after a spend spending tug ing several se days s da s here h rp with wills his i father.W H. Douglass and Mr and Mrs J H Cornelius 11 us I I i I Mr tr Mrs. Clarence Ballenger and her uncle Bob Itoh Douglas were wre guests u of nf I Mrs Ballenger's frs s parents Mr and Mrs Jim Neal N aJ at Armstrong Mo 1 M Mover over u time the weel weel wf end k- k endA nd 1 I A B Petty Pett P tty foreman of the M K T. concrete gang spent pent Christ Christ- Christmas huts mas with WI Wit t ii h hi h family at Denison Deniso I Tex T x Est 1st Estill Snodgrass Of orrick Mo 1 M 1 spent MM nt Chris mas Day Da here ith jib his wife Mr and Mrs A V Ferguson son 10 n and fa i 4 I Mi Mr and Mrs Monroe Sappington 1 U in of St Lou s were rt guests of t S Sand and friends neb her here Christmas Christina I 1 C C. C Sapp and Dee Crane i pa lied them home I Miss Linda Mae Gibson n of Omaha Neb is t here hen spending the holidays with her fathe...
Coolidges off on Vacation [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929
Coolidges Off on Vacation Cares forgotten and play-time ahead. President and Mrs. Coolidge with a lucky White House pet are shown on the ear platform of their special train just before leaving Washingtom for a few days vacation under the southern skies at the magnificent estate of Howard E. Coffin offin auto- auto automobile I mobile manufacturer on Sapelo Island off ofT the th- th coast of Georgia
Russia to Send Display to U. S. [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929
RUSSIA TO SEND DISPLAY TO U.S Art Exhibition Valued at to Open I in N Y on Feb 1 MOSCOW UP u U P A I-A A remarkable collection of the finest products of ne n new post revolutionary post ry Russian paintings drawings in s and sculptures t I as well uell as a rich array of artistic artistic industrial i Industrial goods no now no are ar on the way to the th Unit United States where they will be b exhibited first in 1 New New York N York York and later in other oth r urban centers e- e n- n j i tersA I A million dollars according to i Soviet spokesmen n here is t a modest estimate of the value aluf of the materials sent over r. E Immense Immense floor pace space h has s been rented in tn the t h new n w General Gen Motors Buildings In New Nf York ork it is announced to accommodate the e cx- x- x I which is i scheduled to open open I February 1 t 1 II Purpose Is Better Relations Similar exhibitions though thou h on A smaller small r sc l won wide public at- at att at I It t in tn Tokio ...