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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 27 December 1920

Vi .,- ?PACE tWO THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. MONDAY. DECEMBER 27, 1920. If r? 12 IF-. THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN l'ubhihed every evening except Sun. y by lie Misaourian Publishing A fociation. Int. J4T HNe HalL Colom bia, Missouri "ALFONSO JOHNSON. Mirucni SUBSCRIPTION RATES , Gty: Week, 10 cenU; tingle copies. . cent By mail fa Boone Countr: Year, ' A2S; 6 .ooaths. J1.75; ? months, 90 nu; taooth, 35 cents. Outside The county: Year, U50; 3 months. L2S- no,, 45 eo,. p,,. hie. in advance. Member Audit Bureau i Qrcolstions Entered as second-clasn mail suttrr. Acceptance for mailing at special rate a: postage provided for In Section 1103, Act of October 3. 1917, authorized Sep- lemoer 26, 1918. TELEPHONE NUMBERS ,' Newa 274 i AdvertUing and Circulation 55 4 LITTLE SERMONS WE PREACH All of the preaching in the vtorld does not come from the pulpit. In fact very little of it comes from there. Hardly day pas.es hut what each of us preaches . a little sermon to some passerby. It . ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 27 December 1920

V THE COLUMBIA EVENINCTtfTSSOURIAN, -MONDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1926: M I i : s 3 CLASSIFIED ADS Half a Cai Phone a FOR SALE FOR SALE Two lady's vrinter coals. ;jCi1 as new. Call imtnediatelr at 302 GJlrgc avenue. 1 95tf. ' FOR MIX Best Stove nood and coaL Triers reasonable E. T. Kile, nortbeat corner Sixth & Walnut Sts. la l'hone 373-UIack. K-102 FOR SVLE-Wood, cut Call 1009. E. 1L Cuitar. any length. H2tf LOST AND FOUND LOST Black silk handbag contain ing about $3, glomes, and card bearing name of W. It, Jones. Finder please Ieae at Missourian office. J 98 FOUND Inlerschulastie Meet Medal Owner may obtain same at Misspurian office upon identification of property and pa)ing for this ad. F-93tf LOST Last Keek, tortoise shell glass is. Reward. Phone 937-red. H-87tf. MISCELLANEOUS WANTED Repair work on rubber "tires for go-carts and baby carriages. Telephone 1314-BIack. N86tf BOARD AND LODGING V Mil! KKNT J!nnm for fit!. .1 Iq Al. Jen Place. Phone 1M2 Creen. II LOST A fur belt to a fur ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 27 December 1920

"Wi w -v r'V ir -.'I YKi A f r r,; ;yAcg!Fofeg)- THE COLUMBIA" EVENING MISSOURIAN, MONDAY, DECEMBER "27, 1920'. News of Columbia Society MJ tta JTrutf, sotietj editor, uUl " appreciate it if you uill telephone to--cietj items between 11 and 12 odock. TeitphoWZH.y Dean and Mrs. J. C Jones announce tbe engagement of their daughter, Jlar- jorie Comingo, tfr Patterson BaiiH Jr-i - of Columbia. The marriage will take I place in the early spring. . r Tbewedding of Miss Frances Corlew, daughter of Mrs. J. L. Corlew, 412 Price iyniie. and Roscoe Emmett Harper of 'Norman, OLla- took place at 3 o'clock C. .1 . . ., i. -.: iLuruojr aiiernoon at me wuiiwi church. The ceremony was nerfornied by ,he Rev. W. if. llnashaller. pastor of the church. The maid of honor was Miss Jessie Harper of Trenton,"Mo, who is a sister "of the bridegroom. Earl Cordon of Etarmillr, InL, a former schoolmate of ,tlie bridegroom. Was the best man. J he . bridesmaids were Miss Hazel Hoffman and Miss Grace Lockridge, and...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 28 December 1920

-V "3. f 9& THE COLUMBIA EVENING MSSOIMAN THIRTEENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1920 FOUR-THIRTY O'CLOCK EDITION NUMBER 100 i Pj F ARREST MADE K TAT TTATQTFAr. MURDER CASE Frank Stat ts Is Taken by Sher iff on Grand Jurv Indict- W7 ment Charcinc Guilt tgr in rirsi Degree. VICTIM A DEAF MUTE Slain Man's Body Was Found on Lonely Farm Near Englcwood, Boone County, in June. "Frank Statu waa arrested this after- ion by Sheriff T. Fred Whiteside on a Irand jury indictment. He. is charged faith the first-degree murder of Samuel ilalslcad, a deaf mute, near Enelewood. i Halstead 's lrndy waa found June 24. Sheriff Whitesides left for Englcwood this morning armed with a warrant for his arrest. Sum vs released on $10,000 bond today. Tlie bondsmen were Frank Stalls Charley Hendricks, John C Hen- dricLs and W. If. Hendricks. k Statts' trial wilt come up in the Jana ta dry term of the Circuit Court, which i opens next .Monday. ;. Stalls is a grandson of the murdered nan. ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 28 December 1920

fc VTK5TV ,-J-V5i.- B7."2 srrr a ",. :yt H PACE TWO THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1920. THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN i fubliahed every evening except Sun i day by the Missourian Publishing As ' eocUiion. Inc., lay H. Neff HalLCoIum- , .aintoait. ALFONSO JOHNSON, Maxach i , SUBSCRIPTION RATES City: Week, 10 .cents; tingle copiea. cent. 1 By nun In Boone County: Year, &2S; 6 moaiK J1.75; 3 months, 90 Jenta; month, 35 cents. Outside the county: Year, $150; 3 months, 11.25; month, 45 carte. Pay able' in advance. ABROAD IN MISSOURI AND SIS CHASED ALL OVER TOWN FOR THAT 'MISTLETOE! Member Audit Bureau oi Grcrdations Entered aa tecond-claM mail nutter. Acceptance for mailing at special rate '. postage" provided for in Section 1103, AcJ of October 3, 1917. authorized Se- leraoer 26, 1911 TELEPHONE NUMBERS News 274 Advertising and Circulation 55 COLUSIBIA'S DOORWAYS Columbia is to be advertised by a . booklet that will no doubt giro attcn- l . , tion to civic ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 28 December 1920

U. "TMriB1iniTrirriririiriraiMminniiiim . - - " " .,. . rACE'Tmra 'THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN.yTUESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1920. STORY OF WOE COMES FROM SOVIET RUSSIA .'BircJibark Shoes and Starva- " tion Mark Bolshevist An - uiversary, Says Ex iled Professor. FOOD SITUATION WORSE Stories of True Conditions Are Concealed From Outside World by Those in Power. Bv Russet. Browkinc (United Press Stag Correspondent.) Lennox, Enc Dec. 28. IJvery week or so London colony of Russian anti Iloh-heviki czarist nobility and refu gee bourgeois welcomes a new member. fresh from exciting experiences in fron tier running and bearer of new tale of the imminent collapse of the Kremlin "spiders web. Their stories of inter nal conditions in I'ed Russia replenishes optimism in Wrangdile, Kerensky, and (Russian liberation commissions, .and stirs hope anew fn die virtually intact but stranded diplomatic machinery of the former Russian governments. About once a month a courier from Moscow or Petrograd reach...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 28 December 1920

w Li ii . lir., I, r Ik r :.!. 111 It w MCE,FOUR THE COLUMBIA EVENING- MISSOURIAN. TUESDAY. DECEMBER gJS ' News of Columbia Society Wia-filla .ITyatt, society editor, jcUl .lepprtciatt-U'if.you will telephone so ' -detr items between 11 and Htodock. wfiww Lit. ? Mr. T. & Boalcs of St. Lonl, ho Jim Men risitinz her diuetiter. Mrs. Dud I7 A Conlcy. relumed to her home to day- The roarriiiee of Mta CIadj Udell "and Edward Orr, both of St. Louis, took ijfocc at the hojne of the bride'i grand 'parens Mr. and .Mrs. M. R- Udell, in Sc'.Loui? at 8 o'clock lat night. The Krr. Dr.'tSamsel II. Voodrow of the Pil grim Con&Tegztional Charch officiated. A email reception -was held after the wed ding, folloying lsch the couple depart ed on a irddin trip. Upon their re- -turn they will be at borne at S South Tay lor amine. - The bride ty a graduate of the Univer sity of Miwoliri and a member of the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. Mr. Orr is a graduate vf the Uniiersity of Wisconsin. Mrs. Guy L....

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 29 December 1920

- f ir THE COLUMBIA-EVENING MISSOURIAN n THIRTEENTH YEAR. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1920 FOUR-TfflRTY O'CLOCK EDITION NUMBER 101 T.r.'' i ?.'-'; - ' -v,r -'i -v v ' ..- ' .5c - ;: .--t - ; mm '- ' ' r " : lHI J , ... . & t '&3m 7 - ,ntB ,HdeB NEW GOVERNOR WANTS SPECIAL ROAD SESSION H)de Farors Leaving Legisla tion on 60,000,000 Bond Issue Until Other Mat ters Are Settled. COLUMBIA MEN PLEASED Local Workers for Good High ways Approve of Plan -Announced Today Y at Trenton. A s pccial road bond session of the new State Legislature may be called after the regular session is over. Governor-elect Arthur XL Hyde desires i a special session of the new Legislature to be called to deal entirely with legisla tion providing for the expenditure of the $60,000,000 road bond issue. The following telegram received early today from the Republican State Com mittee ghes the new executive's attitude upon the road bond Issue: TaEKTOf, Mo, Dec 29. Governor-elect Arthur M. Hyde t...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 29 December 1920

53PT" IP: fr1 !"-. 5.J5 KVV- S- jfSh, ;r-i ;" -.'i37jf, 2 SFip JS T- a ' "V K j una-, T - ' JJrvuSSgTJfifr if . .. "1 m ell it 9flH Mi Mil?- H 2v t-PACE TWO g-f THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening except Sun- "I oj IhefMissounan Publishing As sociation, Inc Jay ILNeff Hall. Colum- oia, Missouri. -ALTONSO JOHNSON; Manaci Q , SUBSCRIPTION RATES t -City; Week, 10 cents; single copies, W 5 cen,u- ,( , By mail in Boone County: Year, : - 13.25; 6 months, $1.75; 3 months, 90 f cents; month, 35 cents. n, Outside the county: Year, Jt-SO; 3 -j -r months, J1.25; month, 45 cents. Payable f in advance. Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Entered as second-class mad matter. Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage-provided for in Section 1103, Act of'tOctobcr 3, 1917, authorued Sep tember 26, 1911 TELEPHONE A UMBERS Tfevs 27 Advertising and Circulation 55 THE RECKLESS DRIVER Quite recently Columbia has been the , scene of a considerable number of auto- ' mobile accide...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 29 December 1920

lW.S.GJLffiS BEEN ACffiE DURING TERM Opening of Welch Hall Will Mark Accomplishment of Association's Larg est Task. A HOME FOR 45 GIRLS Organization Favors Honor Sys tem Plans Under "Way for Annual Spring Festival. The opening of Welch Hall, the-new dormitory for women, vtill mtrk the ac complishment of one of the biggest nn-i denakinga cf the Woman's Student Government Association this term, ac cording to Miss Margaret Hawkins, president of the association. Forty-five prls are .now registered for rooms in "J'elch Hall, and there are thirteen names on the waiting list. There will be a formal opening oflhe hall to the faeoltr iTfflSODfcUiAiEVE NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE. Whereat by their deed of trust dated 4e 2iih day of Jnlr 1914, and recorded in raortiace book 125 at page 151 in llic otticc of the recorder of deeds for Uoonc County, Missouri. Hugh T. Wil Lass and Gertrude Williaua, hit wife. ronve)cd to the undersigned trustee thcJ following described real estate, lying, being and s...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 29 December 1920

(('''' " yj-attj-, ., . .... .- w, , j ii(iillMlMMiii i 'tliHPffil r i j M r, r - "; . - y r J ' fga SACEora .- J. THF! rnT.TIMBTA-EVENING MISgbURIAN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 29,-1920: J t --: gPgt,i - ' ,. .-. - ..... .Ja it -rvrvr -r-i - m-iT T zz- ' ; . i r m i- -l . i r SHOWS DECLINE I TTT,mi ' - 1 hi - n w ima lm ii - .. -k. sua -lvH IJH ; II Mir T ': iVews of Columbia Society r Wist Ua JTjatt, society editor, tciliTboas who will assist are: Misses Mary .appreciate it ij yoa mil telephone to-1 jesxj nusjinc jesse and UlroUne Jesse, wr Kemj beticeen 11 taut 12 oaoaciMue. .uara lasienn and -Miss Anna Telephone -ZU.) Miss Katherine Ware, Miss Virginia Iiodgera and Miss Rebecca Evans went to Marshal Snndar to attend a house Party giten by Miss Gladys Hom. Miss, Mary Cherry, Mi's .Mary Kather ine Horinc, Miss Ruth Brown and Miss Marion Stephenson were the dinner gnests Monday evening of Miss Edna and Hazel Hasten, II Allen place. Truman H. Witt, senior in electrical engineerin; and a me...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 30 December 1920

MISSOURIAN THIRTEENTH YEAR COLUMBIA,.MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1920 FOUR-THIRTY O'CLOCK EDITION NUMBER 102 THE COLUMBIA EVENING WARD SCHOOL PLANNED FOR SEXTON ROAD Superintendent W. I. Oliver Will Try to Have It Ready by Next September. TO COMBINE 7TH GRADES Building Campaign Looking Toward Junior High School May Be Developed. "A new ward choo is needed for the district of the city around Sexton road 1 j and an attempt will be made to hare it & I.. K .. CUM ..!.! Wf V F Oliver, superin'endcnt of schools, this morning. "Very toon, I expect to hate ready the data necessary to plan an ex tensive building campaign for 'he schools looking lovtard a Junior High School When the new ward school is completed, the seventh grades of the city will all be placed in the Jefferson School." This year many improvements hjve been made. A new room has been ar ranged la the basement of the Gran! i School, one in the Jefferson School, and one in Lee School, to accommodate the Urge primary cla...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 30 December 1920

--r -, ' .jfitaB?wr-.- ' ,"v- - , , . PACE TWO THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30; 1920 -5 J life THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening except Sun r by the Missourian Publishing At fiian.Jnt, Jay II. Nefl Hall, Colum bia, Missouri, i 'ALFONSCTJOIINSON, ilaujm SUBSCRIPTION RATES City: Week, 10 cents; tingle copies, 5 cecia. . Br mail in He-one County: Year, J3.2S; 6 month. Jl.TS: 3 months, 90 cents; month, 35 cents. Outside the countv: Year. USO: 3 months, 1135; month, 45 cent. Payable in advance. . "-Member Audit Bureau of Crcnlations Entered as second-class mail nutter. Acceptance for mailing at special rate o postage .provided for in Section 1103, Act of October 3, 1917, srlhoriied Sep tember'26, 1918. TELEPHONE NUMBERS News ....r...... 2 Advertising and Gradation 55 LABOR DEMANDS Not limited to the territory of the Unit ed States, but existing throughout the world, is the cry of the laboring class uplifted in protest against the capitalist cl...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 30 December 1920

?LL " ..S1S1 ""7 "'m'coLmfBkEviamro . -.,t,f, 1,paciSM .r ,i' .r' '1 J -cjj j. ' ARMY MULE BORN ON quartermaster. An ironbound niase had ftsaBmsssssssmmBmBsssmamspJt y m weneiuui ovon verdun battlefield z&ztzsi 1 :i ) Phone 55 CLASSIFIED ADS HiUiCettiVttliBir, nouss FOR RENT ;FOR KENT Furnished house; net ' stater heat. For further particular! call 1148-red. K-102 FOR SALE FOR SALE Best .Store wood and coal Prices reasonable. E. T. Kile, northeast corner Sinh & Walnut Sis. Phone 373-BIack. K-102 FOR SALE Wood, cut ail 1009, E. II. Cciur. any length. 82tf FOR nrfdT r. ,, - -.. ...-.,. ucauinie rooms lor mar ried couples; also light housekeeping. 1217 E. Broadway. PhoneSW. J-B6tf WANTED-Bv couple 2 or 3 room apartment; or 2 or 3 separate rooms, one for housekeeping; or -""'1 collate. Address :.K care of .Missonrian. B-108 FOR RENT-IMce,. Urge unfurnished room for light housekeeping, in modern homtCall 1323. M-101 MISCELLANEOUS C1RL WANTED For general house work, to go to a wes...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 30 December 1920

r ' v;i "'tvc-' a" w-t ' ar,kgnw 'zr'wmm ACE FOPR THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1920 r t u f f hi Afews of Columbia Society (MUi Tn m-- .,., -Aitnr r2l - JlnMMjnfa f. It Ft i.l..lj A- vr'Mw M joa ITU ietrivMs - oy ttemj leivem II end 12 ocfoei. telephone 274.) ' Miss Frances Mitchell, West Brosd- r. will entertain Sslurdaj- Jan. I witn I o'clork luncheon for Mrs. D. D. Craft of Chicago and Miss Ethel Sjles. Those Pesent -will be: Mrs. John Sjl.es, Miss Ethel Wylder. Mrs. Dan G. Stine, Mrs. Berry McAlester, Mrs. C C. Bowling. Miss Anna Pape and Mrs. John Rhoades. Martha Ann Martin, 203 Edgewood avenne, Hill entertain Saturday ' noon January 1st ith a movie party tat Anne McBaine. The guesU will be: Katharine Miller, Laura Cail Bowling, Virginia MeAlestcr, Martha Smith, Miss Katherine Welch and Mrs. T. L. Martin. The children will then return to Mar tha Ann's home where tea will be senrcd. Miss Ola Mae Pennington of Burling ton Junction, who has been the fhol...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 31 December 1920

JCSSs- u Tffrn rM fc a !'T if THE rHIRTEENTH YEAR need WORKERS 'IF CITY GETS lROAD BENEFITS ttocal Delegate to Good Roads Convention Says Strong Body Is Needed to Push Claims. J.KEEN RIVALRY LIKELY MRdination to Omit West Half of Old Trails From Pri mary System of Improvements. it. Sidney .Stephens who attended tlie ; ol the Missouri Cood Roads Fed. fciwn in St. Louis Wednesday, emcha- ihe need of a solidified cranlza- ia presenting the claimi of Bonne ntr and other coun&s on the western t of the Old Trails route to a nlace on i prirnsrv system of Toads to be fcuilt r the 60,000,000 road in oe. ""Vhile the meeting in St. Louis re tted in the rejection of, the Malang so far as recommending it to the rjslature is concerned, it nevertheless rreloped two important facts," Mr. Ste. csaid. "In in? first place, it ra bt out that there are any number bderenx routes in Tinous parts of ! lute which are going to contest for t Jocaticn of primary roads. These ; include not only those across...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 31 December 1920

MrfrfltfTf,TimirrrnOiri .'KiTO- h V - - :-V. '-iia' ' -.- -Z-r iR '.ft " - - - VB .JC'-.V?,?? 2J". - ' .."J " ' Sf - Ife"2:--"- - V v '11 lt? - IB it" tr r ', . t tS, THECOLimiBIAEVENINGllISg(HIANt?,FRHAY, DECEMBER 31, 1920 i. .v r""" T ' &"- -- tjl XT ? ENGLANff.USE ;; OEDUTENSILS Domestic Work Disagreeable to v Women Because Time-Sav-, jhg Devices' Are Not Adopted. CObkS WARY OF CHANGES "Beat Eggs With Forks, Squeeze Lemori9 With Hands and . Grasp Ifot Dishes With Aprons. gfjtfjacrf; Dec; 28. Englishwomen dif- c. irom American women in their ideas , tout "cooling more than anything else, unless it U in their kitchen furnishing and' the way they" set out to cook a meal It's a'traditiori here that all domestic work Is by Its very nature uply and dis agreeable. Even the most advanced wri tten 'of today in sach mailers, -omen . wild" Kate served their fie years in hos svJiilal and canteens, are reluctantly re tutninV To old time customs fn their own houses simply because they find...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 31 December 1920

SMlftl8r I'll THE COLUMBIA EVENING MIS50UIUAN,.jFKID'AY, DECEMBER 31, 1920 PACE TUBE- -.! fASKEDTOJOIN- NATIONAL CIM girls' Agricultural Organization May Accept Invitation. Si To promote iniertsl onoDc tjrls in ar- Kriculltiw llmmgHout Acslate j$ thf pur Kyae ol lie Oirls" Agriculiurc Qub ef Juissouri, accoroms 10 aitss vina lacsni. ts. prnudenl ol the club. At present, tlie ; Vaniulion is local, but an invitation to a!ia!r has come from a national organi zation of such clubs. Toe GUIs Agricultural Uub ol the tWtfttr of Wisconsin is the Alpha 'ehapter of this inlctcollrgiaie oreaniza. r Con. Tliere arc now only three other e. t-Jwols in the association. Cornell. Perm. uurrania and West Virginia. The girls e( the Iol club fed that it is a spleml kH' opportunity to be ono of tlie first mswbs prominent agricultural schools in - such an organization. The club is now caniiJeiinc the matter of' the, national . roafJlulion, which it hav not !yet deft. Katelv adopted. - The club ls formed a...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 31 December 1920

M If- It-. r n r - r WCEF0T7K " THE COLUMBIA' EVENING MSSOURIAN.. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 3f. 1920 LAMING GOES" OT IN ALE THE M0NTHS,BUT2 , From February Until November , f Cropsof 'Some Sort Are 1 N Being Started in Missouri. - APRIL- TO JUNE BUSIEST 'July and August Are .the Princi- pal Harvesting Months, Says Report Just Completed. . Missouri farmers plint crops ten months in lie ear, according to a report on planting time Just completed by E. A. Logan, agricultural statistician for Missouri, and Jeell Mayes, secretary of tue State Board of Agriculture. Ine , farmer's only rest from planting comes taring tbe months of December and , January.. The busiest months are April, May and June. , The report shows that farming is not the "hit and miss game, which many pesons think, but that it requires plan ning and investment of capital with the t employment of much skill months anead of "cashing-in time," jnst the same as in other lines of production. Planting real ly begins in tbe fall of the ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 31 December 1920

c i. & ;f "t t ts- 'i- rm -gat''- - .p '3 T " t s1- m-jmw LU.!AT- UNIVERSITY, IS PAPER'S PLEA Kt Louis Times Objects Strong- ly to nan to Make Col- lege of Agriculture Independent. fA "MISTAKE" IN ROLLA fEven School of Alining Should Hae Been Kept at Co lumbia, It Is Argued. From the St. Louu Timet. !-"fl. . . 1... u .utiviuHcuitui uy oenaior -elect Irwin that he ill introduce hill tn oe the School pf Agriculture from Co- jumoia 10 .naryviiie m not eneerine. Such policy is in line with ihe mistake mad' SB mating Ihe School of liming at Rolla Sff separate institution, with the light to TPe should keep the University of MhA won a university. It should be tlie f. lff-boul nhich rm-cial schools all n.rn. Jbere may lip certain departments local, jd rlehere, but only when there is a iond and suflicient rrason. AH slicuM Jje under general control of the Univer. rfSBT. 5 A large investment has already been nace at Colnmtia lor the School of Jlrricullure, including a laree' acreare of fa...

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