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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 7 December 1920

, -"" riL i.,iat --,1 . -- -ss.-yz .. j r PACE rntlR - . . - THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. ' ift A.. - THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20. 1920' THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN fablished every evening except Sun day by the Miaxraiua Publishing As sociation, Ine, Jay H, Neff 1111, Colum Ka, Missouri. ALFONSO JOHNSON. Mat-achi SUBSCRIPTION HATES I Gty: Week, 10 cents; single copies, cent By null In Boone County: Year, PJ2Z; 6 months, $1.75; 3 months, 90 Jtnts; month, 35 cents. Outside the county: Year, $L50; 3 months, JL23; month, 45 co-H. Pay able in advance. Member Audit Bureau o. Qrculations Entrrrrl aa ftee-in-I-Flata mail matter. luccptance for mailing at special rate '. postage provided (or in Section 1103, Acs it October 3, 1937, amhoriied Sep lemucr 26, 1918. TELEPHONE NIMBI RS 274 OCnB Advertising, and - Circulation THE SHOUT SESSION -'uroerocs outtanding bills are press ing forward on 'the short session of Con gress which cammed jestenlay for im mediate...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 7 December 1920

c'?!flEBBflSi5sHB65&i9VBlBlBlllBBllllflBllllllHMMlll '"73 CLASSIFIED ADS Half a Cait a 'VTcrd a Bay. THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY. DECEMBER 2d 1920 PAGE HVE Si Phone U In the Field of Spot t 3SAL ESTATE FOR SALE BOARD AND LODGING FOR SALEr-Slendid building Jot on lOl 011 snnn nn"t . . firi!! Mnirl a-.!" RaaI fVmntv T.ee?iT. lfcrbX,U?.!r.ll - -I rf ' cn." D,ne a, ' " V. ,!,, lDcudttL p'r"' office in CIobUj. SIruri, .Ut 27,1, FOR SALE JOR CUF Mood, rut any length. 1 1009. t It. I mtar 82tf fOR SLl Two tiara 3 piece wool l sue 40; Si Jot the two. AddrM b cue cf Minnaiu ,D-83. -Missouri, en MONDAY. JANUARY 3,fi 1921. when and where, you may apntar and answer or otherwise defend such' action; otherwise plaintiff's petition mil' 'msaS-ST ' HOCKETPOnTS !. r the ashing. supporter. jTT nT f rX . t AiTARDED TO GIRLS ' to chat,,; a Ban which ha, become a T?TSS my hat a, elk of da! k "I" " b," V"" d"in;S"1 k ' .- . mfiixi srwn i ninriiiT 7.rn riv inr v . . TRADE STUDENT C0NTOUEW...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 7 December 1920

' -t m m6 mm r fULTELLOF NOVEL SCHOOL 1T1 , flounder of "Opportunity txt-ii c i , ' Will .Speak at ;, masses Stephens College. tf Miss Era.lv Griffith. rr.rr.na! and .frundcr of the Onnnr.n,. SrW.l JJenver, with an enrollment of more than .seven thousand, will address the Stephens Gllege students tonight and tomorrow night. Thursday night she will give a public address in the college auditorium. Mist Griffith was n teacher in the rade school of Denver trn years ago in the industrial district of the city. She found that the pupils in her room had older, brothers and sisters who had not 'finished the seventh grade. Becoming in- . Jerested ia them she formed a night class 'in the school building. The class became popular and grew rapidly. In time, the school board of the cit) offered Miss Griffith a principalsbip in one of the ward schools. She refused the position and asked that the board give her Instead a certain building for an 'Opportunity School. yTne Opportunity grew and include...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 8 December 1920

i THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN -.- Uw THIRTEENTH YEAR 1 COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1920 FOUR-THIRTY O'CLOCK EDITION NUMBER 84 $? I x A. t f J4 -X - -. a u . .. b'Q IV V 1Kb. is vw,.. - -o-a .ar HERE VISITING M. II. GROUNDS President Hill Conducts Tour of Inspection Through Buildings of the University. SEE MISSOURIAN PLANT Legislators to Attend Tiger Banquet Tonight Round Table Also to En tertain. The Junketing Committee of the Gen eral A-embIy, consisting of three mem bers, spent the day ia Columbia inspect ing the University. The members came at 9:30 o'clock from Sedalia. They were net by President A. Ross Hill who per foully tool, them on their tour of in spection. Among other places visited this iBoming was Jay H. Neff Hall, where 'they were sbwn through the building and the punt where the Columbia Even- iag Missounan is published. This af ternoon they went to the College of Ag riculture. JTojjjeht the members of the committee will gticsa of the business men at...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 8 December 1920

w; sHf; ;-' -: !s jB?"' " -'S!VA-- rain - -a -.vWjh - ' - SKWCE TTTQ : Ki ' . W- St H. S. CAFETERIA GROWING (front Wm Gl, where lie 1m. been' Will Address A. I. E. E. Tonight. ?." '' f ' ' ' 'atlendin;: a meeting -of .the PrrJwtej Mr. Ikthel of the Westinghouse Beet- Are Planirjng to-Enlarge the Koom ' Judrx Association. J,,ir S Mannfacturing Co Pittsburgh. Pa, ,?i Jiiier Christmas. ' Ty . Tiranuson went tu Kansas City t " 'P" a special meeting ni me ' -jiS?S if-!t-fn associate- good . vestrrdar afiei-neri l buy-a loaJ-offAmtrican' Institute, ot Electrical Engin a' Keal viuh tiullir -W.l.. vi . l... . -i. '..! 1 I- nrnt ti.. cers at 7:1S o'clock toniehtln the Engin- . :t."it THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIA. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER S. 1920 Mrs. J. ! li'reps returned to Centra- ? :, 5M7iXr Mrs. W. C Olrvant -returned tu lier Iiome in Oklahoma City, OUa jester da. Mrs. J. W. McCamman went to Cen- ..A'it'Sejniral' costs bctkccn 29 and 33 reatt. iNoth.ng U served cssting more than 5,ent. Some...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 8 December 1920

?5,3,;--! ' ' iiifflMaMBMMMMJMMaManWMMPMMBMPBB -" i THE COLUMBIA EVENING M1SSOUR1AN.: ; WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER G, 1920 FGF rOUK T i fTH -. BT- Fs' THE COLUMBIA EVENING MlSSOURIAN 1 Published every evening except Sun day by tlie MlssoUrlan Publishing As sociation, Inc, Jay IL Net! HaH, Colum bia, Missouri. ALFONSO JOHNSON, JIAent SUBSCRIPTION RATES Gty: Week, 10 cents; single copies, '. cents By mail in Boone County: Yeary A25; 6 months, 11.75; 3 months, SO jents; month, 33 cents. Outside the county: Year, $L50; 3 siontbs, $L25; month, 43 cents. Pay- abte in advance. Member Audit Bureau ot Circulationi Entered as second-das mail matter. Acceptance or mailing at special rate : postage provided for in Section 1103, femi T "17' mhr!led &,';' temiKr 26, 1918. TELEPHONE .NUMDFSS News z:i 5? Advertising and Circulation $314,000,000 IN ROAD BONDS On November 2. vhen MiMuri voted m and approved the proposition for an ' iu.- of 560,000.000 in road bonds foriC!""e the State there v.ere wveral...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 8 December 1920

MMMUIiWB i rW-' ij. hi J.J .,iy, -S-TT r - zr n& toiumrxwmfiG rassstmni, webnesdat. December a iosj W6ETHJOT Prof. and Mrs. John S. Ankeney, 906 Conley avenue, entertained the members of the Sketch Gub last evening with an informal party. Francis Ross displayed sosje xnry att ia& A. Fatio gave several piano selections. -Mi's Helen Gath, .MUs Mona Drown and trs. Hazel C. Newman danced. There ere thirty guet. The pledges ef the Alpha Gamma Rho fraternity entertained last evening with an informal dinner party for the acme members. There were tliirly present The dinner guests at the Farm House Fonda) ere: Dean and Sirs. F. B. Mum ford, Miss Eva Johnston, .Miss Pearle Mitchell. Mis Dorothy Mumford and Mi-s Katherine Mumford. SiTAL TESTS PPEN BOONE COUNTY PTJPI1S I36 - Hdren Are Exnminwi au Mfi --. -Vg "cs io -etermine Whe ther or Not They Are Normal. " r - : 5CHANICAL IN NATURE p",the Systematic Procedure &be Jeeble-minded Are ? Weeded Out for Es- pecial Care. A fourth of th ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 8 December 1920

jriu"V"- iK-T-V!' r -iw1f"sw- " HFl t:it ... .IftSS-jT,.- jy !fi'Cr' apgss- THE COLUMBI V EVENIXG MISSOURI AN,; WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER fl, 1920 BCEFOT v r'"1;1- ' -F '' S" s ? tr -;cr - y8vfi -v --- Phone 55 CLASSIFIED ADS Half a Cent a Word & Day, - Jw the Field of Spot t l'fcunc la i !lwv, 'W.r itaving town &.,.,, ,':,." '" H'" l- ' Monday al'csrt ra. ..... p. -- .. v.m rort salb rOR -Ir Corona Dpewttter. prai- f.TRITT - . . . . i .7 "w. sua "U Iwt water icattd Iwaie and li water at all nm-s: TVFXT 01 T lOi: I U. . ' umeii the" nu mis to the 1921 basket- BASKETBALL PkALTltZ ' bll -b -ml le -laned whipr-icg Ther.tr men r-psnai iw tasktibeil tiie nuter.al a shape for OkHrcnuY nractice Q ll Coittutkuk Ilis-h rchol nt' vs - -i n among ihos- ptac Til v t . c yivvc a petit! t Uciat' n -wu ietlcJ zaca Yci"-. f sc 'a i vAuinuu cntajl FOR RENTF,,. t.i .' ii.-,. 'lo J J. thy, coach, the material is faiiJ) cd .'-e ' '!, wniumu in Datcrabcr WviC: HSj "ArMi - Wlfc The k, . teghj ilfcJ 2tf...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 8 December 1920

s 'A I MUCH TRAVEL INFMWEST : WONDERLANDS "Interior Department Plans to -t Care for Increased Number 'of Tourists in National , Parks. TO HELP IN EDUCATION 5 fT,j -. . .. , Jiv . aUOn W U,nuuu Its Work Rural Problems IB WAVlr lf...l LJw. . av 1? r Becoming Serious. i WiSHMcTox, Dec a The annual re- r&tr4K; that thedtpartmtnt has taken many steps fontard diirinar tfi lnaf lnn tt thft tire-I ..enl.administraUon. k Oct of the most vital questions to -come, up na seen mat ot preserving .the wonderlands of the West by turning .them into national parks. The depart-jeome ment of the Interior has been in a con- uuuuiu struggle wiin me commerciu m- trrests with retard to these lands. Al- .though the economic conditions of the country have been exceedingly trying during the last year, people have en .thusiaatically turned to the national parks for health, happiness and recreation. The final returns show that 919,504 tourists visited seventeen national parks and that j usoi itounsu visited...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 9 December 1920

; .. Mmmmmmm THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN HIRTEEiYTHYEAR KGERS ELECT H. BLUMER AS 1921 captain earn ana ioacnes are llan- i queted by 200 Business .vicji ai xounc luvern Last Night. 'EVERYONE IS -HAPPY i&ristian College Girls Furnish SFnfcrt.iinmpnt FrAelimon If- Team Mentioned as "Shock Troops." Surrounded hv a bevy of good lookin Qristisa College girls, who sang en isced as they went, a stalwart blus' n athlete was convoyed into the pre ! some two hundtrd Columbi tssuie men and others as they cat t faiqurt tab'es in the Daniel Boone Ta a dining room last night. It was th isodoclion to the public of I Herbert Blnmer, Misouri' brilliam uUt, 1921 captain of the Tiger foot. ItH team. The spotlight of fame was turned on (jpttin-elect Blnmer last night when the Asty-third degree football fans of the erf gathered with the members of the fca&all squad and all of the other ath fetes in school to show their apprecia 6a of the victory over Kansas; to lie per again the gridiron thr...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 9 December 1920

iyjiri,nmriirT'mfflui,ataJSKiiOTg3eiSJiJa fACETWO THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSQUMAN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1920 s ATHENEANS TO HAVE BIRTHDAY Will rMark 79lli Anniversary of Debating Organization Tomorrow- Thc Athenean Society Vill celebrate it seventy-nlmh annirtiMrr fnaay night, fhi; celebration will be in thed ,E3icre ol a humorous tleba.e louowcu by a dance, both at the Acacia house. The AUicnean 3m. . t- 'lJiarlv known as the Athenean Debating Society, is trie oldest organization at the Unher tity o( Missouri. Some of tbo most rro tninent men in lissouri arc numbered among 'its alumni,' according to John Caskey, -a member of the present or ganization. According to Mr. Caskey, the .Athen ean Soeiet) as founded as a resjlt of the separation of to factions in the UniTeisity Ureum, a literary society which came into existence at the Uni versity December 10, 1011. One of the factions organized the . Union Literary Society, and Uie other founded the; Athenean Society. August 19, 1812. de...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 9 December 1920

k iwmrinam EviiKfisis&uiitifl, tblhssay. December 9.1920 -KIN YOU REMEMBER? NOW want Y0U4M- KlCrtt IN THrKl 4n) SCfiutf WlRiElf OtOo TNf tK1 Of A 01 COin"" iwo iJMoib vnccks wirwoif; 7amn" a Bih iodhnovv OIUs PAW-TAKEi O.Nf- 0 O. OC' Ms roo- COID! 1 COfii wanIa, LAST Sfll 1RDAYNKrHr. V) 1 DiD' a FEEBLMUNDED MAKE PAUPERS AND CRBDNALS WILL SEND A RIFLE TEAM ALUMNI PLAN .A .MEETING State Survey Shows 30 Per Cent of Prison Inmates To Be Mentally Defective. INSTITUTIONS STUDIED Committee Says Proper Train ing of Children Will Correct Delinquent Tendencies. It. 0, T. C. Marksmen to Compete'at National School in April. A rifle tram will be tent to Caldwell, N. J, next April to eompete in the an nual matrli sprnritin. ., iiinmk af.na " ....Q .v yr.v.VU, .U .. R. 0. T. C headquarter. The team will be composed of twenty-five members of the cadet corps and if they qualify at that meetieywill go to Camp Perry, Ohio, in Atignit for the final shoot. Three companies already have teams, and oth...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 9 December 1920

B gHjiga!-'Li '"T"'!!, iTmimiiih.i...- nwaniiMmmiM-.ir.i . - , --, ,-- nrnnilinlii- m m !lj""'in iiih " , - -inn TTi .mum mm .an inins i ""I p -... iir ...-...- .- , ,.--, .....,,.,. g p---- . .;.'.-r-,r.m-;jjfi.i.ii.. n i ii H - i .roini i Bill iii 11 i - i ... - . - . , -. -. - ,. r ..-. ... .... l'jrJ,,TygwrSgmWffiPJlffMIBM ' hMte r B 31- i'J'JSO i mi i pmmmmtKVW&lum ijiiwiiimiiiiiwfcfc n i wi lanauwaana-aiaajimai, iph .hi i . ' gEaafegMKaj ,ia-n r - -I'ACKfiocn THE COLbMBU EVENING iMlSSOUIUAN THURSDAY, DECEMBER J. 1920 fr.. ft' , ft I . ii I to y i H ii V s . - - . -- - -5 - THE COLUMBIA In ,he Mmr ' ,,,e 0h,'' r,ir. "e -EVENING MISSOURIAN iMl-wuri R"" anJ ,I,e Tenneee Rier - i helped in the development of the states ,1, gl " Sf Spring BonndtsJHere; Many Sport Effects Tn Women's Slippers I hat 1 intimate mal ftora (o-e tie point pi iiuman py PhlW --T LT-.-r--7-rrc.,T. ""P ,a u,c OOCIOIrai OT lur "aics rlmlW An!m.,l nvrUJo-fists. an,! hn. rfiv dv it.. At: r n..uiT lt i. washe...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 9 December 1920

?TJ & tT . EEC- I "f . -Hi IB-' -"""" " ' "hjujij; -i .1 . THE COLUMBIA EVENING M1SSOUIUAN,. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 1920 IK T- W jfe POOM Si CLASSIFIED ADS iui a cent a Wort a Day. Phone ii FOR SALE imtninpriratcfimilr. AU convenience TOR SALE-Wood and Coal .t nnr.h. . w"c lw"u' w8- St. W-85 -. . T. JOR-RE.YMW) furrosbed room I keeping porch (or second emeter. 1 itotenuiy Lane. Phone STl-RcA FOR RENT Three. f.-:.t.-.t for Iisht iotueleeping In modern house. I Call at 13H Pari,. Road or phone 7.' ILK donees, alienees or Immediate, mesne or reacts, voluntary or involuntary. grantee 01 uuu Laruoi.e, arceasea, of Joseph -Story, deceased, of Charles Lucas, deceased, of Abraham Barnes. decearec. of Joseph Micc deceased. In the Field of Spot t Louis FeusteL trainer and I 1 "i rr-r-; :e--g--Sa-g-jjjt ., If ii Bi ?- Ii rut comer Sixth and Walnut. E.' I' die. ehone 373-Black. v.on li. - I ference there is a ruling that no man may urging tbat , 0.Iooked. ECiT INITIATES ctTmiicinVoi'cyscab r.r....

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 9 December 1920

t$- fcr s& Pfe' IACE SK -TELLS HOW SHE GIVES PEOPLE - AN EDUCATION S TJg CQUIMMA EVESOMf MISSQUUiff, i THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1920 SOCIETY HELPS SICK AND OLD 'by helping prevent it. We te careful to (do nothing lint by our assistance might encourage idleness and poverty." 'freight rates to increase 'es will hare special Christmas sermon and music either the Sunday before or (the Sunday after Christmas day. "The I Messiah," which will be given at the Broadway Methodist Church next Sun- ua, .ueinw.i, uu ". nvmuuuu, TJVt.n.!.-. TfeWsmn. tn Til. Maria In will he sunr; at the Christian rhnritv nmgm.iii;n flnm TVnl i .!...-. -i--ii- rim., CnnriaT even! will he ih. """' 6 - -- 4 wiUBuppi TBUVJ.. C ..--. . amstrnassona.serv.ee, of the season, f GlW Help Indiscriminate- f,, Dec 9.-Revi,ion of '.? -y bntillh, rounder 'vfeinbers of the Metbodi.t Church i I)', BUt investigates. I frcieht rales throughout ther Mississippi -?..-. of Opportunity School at uenver, Descnbes Her Tats, Work There. ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 10 December 1920

-A E COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN ; "THIRTEENTH YEAR "ife COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1920 V FOUR-THIRTY O'CLOCK EDITION NUMBER 86 m. f EPISCOPALIANS .PLAS PAGEANT 5EXT SUNDAY I'Allegoricil Ceremony Will Take Place of the Usual Morning Service at K we v-nurcn. liUKE MORALITY PI AYS aracters to Represent Certain Spiritual Forces in the Perish and' the Congregation. I-1 The dim I'uis'ers of the rardieval church, the vi' fin- rie processional and '''r!TT,Tk,,-Iaii:rifeOT,wt n1 f Ry MoBWain 1 n. it the on-(r will hei i. -k. ,,, .,, ..i 'resouDQi' 'i 11 ine nrtir -win uet -noiLed m - ao-iral cerwn, a. th,! '. .-.i j. ,1 ri.i. c..i' K .-fhe na-eail Mill be in tit natnre ol ', - ii.ni, ' --. urui.u onudf. 1 ynbok w ts up and will take 'he place 'of the ' s j! pi imini's semen. This Hype of eer'iri.m ha never beenarren Jibe Calw pis-opal ainrch Were al- Stlocrh it !n( heen ufd hi other Epis- fjTeoptl chunhes m tlie country for about 1 .(he list hM- rears. Acconfiag to Thad- Fdcc...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 10 December 1920

mtsr ti ft H s !f J 1 t ! I BEST WORK IN HISTORY DONE j: BYY.W.CA. Programs at Countv g-Fann Co-operate Willi lied Cross and Local Churches. CAATPAtHAT SUCCESSFUL : - -- wa. K' Changes in Organization Aid in Increasing Enroll ment and Budget for 1920. .Willi n increase in membership, a ilargcr budget, changes in organization, end the enthusiastic support of all its i members, tlie Y. W. C. A. has been able &to start off on a firmer basis ibis jear and as a result has accomplished creator I work than in preiious car. , nccoming to tlie general secretary, Hie cliange in the membership basis is the hmost important new feature of this j ear's organization. Formerly only those who neiongea to frotestant Uiurch were eligible for membership. Now. any girl ?rnar become a member. As a result of finis change the membership has increas .cd to 581. ; The budget of this year which totals approximately $3,400, shows an increase of seventy-file per cent over the $2,020 subscribed last year. VT...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 10 December 1920

THE COLUMBIA. EVENING MISSOURIAN. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 10. 1920 PACE THREE. i?ii .-el .Si)ciety H,',.r7r .. . 7 ,'lrL", :,"' ' "'; !'r "i'f? "'''? tteJ'Murtca tf appreciate U ,f y0o iott .., Tt- oj .e?one, no. .. Tlie dinner puesls at the Phi, Kappa Psi house Wednesday evening were: Miss Alice Jarsailles and Mi Laura Frances llecdon. The members of the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity will entertain from 2 to 5 o'clock tcnorrow afternoon with an infor mal tea dance at the chapter houses Mis FJiraheth Ranson, ihaperon at the Beta Tl eta Pi ltouse. will leave Sun da), Der. 19 for Kansas Cjty to pend the Christmas holidays at frame. llss Florence Potert, chaperon at tlie Plii Gamma Delta hocse will leave Wednes day Dec. 22 for Kansas Gtv to spend Christmas at home. Mrs. Elizabeth llush, chaperon at the Phi Mu house. Kill spend the holidays at Iter home it Mex ico. Mrs. Charles Hale, Mis Virginia Hale and Hrrmlon Hale, S15 Hilt street, will leave Dec 22 for CarreUs.m to siecd the! Christmas Imlidav...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 10 December 1920

m-,njjmowiajitutiaij :m run Columbia evening missoukian. friday. December 10, 1920 M IIE COLUMBIA "' m ?' ' rn.11mr.1VQ Pnhlir T.hfWTf: . swwaa.w - "- - y fEVENINti MISSOURIAN Published every cvniins excent Sun. 5T by- llie JlissourLin TuLliJiin- A I?4'"1. 1". Jay II. Keif Halt, Colum- muwuuri. wage?, llic vorth nf a oLman hqny 4 texmincil by cemparalivc IciII zvA char- - n r-r J- 1 Proving Valuable to Students - tlto save them run starvation, children nmTrpr' rTM T1IYC : i i l.... i? 1.1 1..J....1....... .r... iU. ..... DCnrEUI VVJJllilU nwnniiinTO7i; uiuiwii pu' .''' ents might lire and that they themselves would be cared for these and other similar stories of horror nave become ilj O "JWI.WJV www - .. A TIorstKtEFw's Letter l -... t.r 1 1 . I i "-- - Jn llm ta-b for material ior lera pa- Tuewlav C!ab. which continued in charge .My U" experience icau we .o ue- j commonplace, was, c few iTcivcrsity students are be- cf it until laat fall when tliey turned it licvr that tile ont way ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 10 December 1920

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Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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