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Huntsdale [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

f H Huntsdale le I i Mr lr and Mrs J. J O. O Allen enter enter- entertained enter 1 tamed at their home recently their i daughter Miss 1 Laura Allen Mrs Nellie Hunt from Higginsville and Mr and Mrs Frank Quan tock of Fayette Mrs L. L R. R ay and daugh daugh- daughters daughters tars Olive Ohve and Irene have returned from a visit with relations in Co Co- lumbia Mr and Mrs Russell Calvin and son Harold have ha ve returned to their home in St. St Louis Mr and Mrs Charlie Coats and andson andIOn andson son IOn Marion of Boonville were re recent re- re recent recent cent guests of Mr and Mrs War War- Warren Warren ren Martin Mr and Mrs Rufus Rut us Jacobs went to Hinton Christmas to visit isit Mrs Jacobs Jacob mother and sister Mrs Susie Hume and Miss Fannie Grant Mr and Mrs Turner Haden and andson sons son visited Mr Haden's father east euto of o Columbia during the holidays Mr and Mrs J. J L. L Boggs enter enter- entertained I tamed at their home recently Mr and Mrs Horace Odom and da...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Centralia [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

Centralia I I I Mrs H H. S. S Rowland Mrs Irs Donald Stone and Mrs S S. S L L. Roberts enter- enter entert t l lCd on Friday evening with a din din- ll r at the home hom of Mrs Roberts MS l Luther Luth r Crump cf St. St Louis Louts un Wa a Centralia visitor l Friday 4 r Mr and Mi Mi D P. I 1 1 Roberts enter- enter i M f n vi with h a s dinner I f r h u- u n Mi tr Mv Magpie I 1 Rob- Rob 11 Mis Katie Early Earl Mr tr and Mrs 1 1 V. V L. L Todd and Bernard Early of Chillicothe Miss Mias Lucy Jones of Colorado is the gue guest t of her parents paren Mr and Mrs Mra Espey Jones Mrs Harry Phelan of Parsons Kan is the guest of her brother Virgil O. O Doty and family Mrs Ella Lanham and daughter Mrs Rachel Phelps Phel spent s nt Thursday and Friday in Columbia with Mr and Mrs Mr Berman Herman Holloway Honoway and family Mrs Chapman Meffert entertained the members of the Pastime Club at her home Friday afternoon The town out-of-town guests guesta were 4 rs Ver- Ver Vernie V r- r rile nie Olso...

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McBaine [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

l I I i t I McBaine M Henry Ridgel spent the past week visiting relatives and friends near Fulton Mo I II John Rader and James Walden of I Columbia were guests of Mr R. R M. M j Again and family Sunday Clarence Douglass of St. St Louis was I called here Sunday night by the se serious se- se serious serious rious illness of his father W. W H. H I Douglass who is suffering from t dropsy at the home of his daughter Mrs J. J H H. Cornelius 1 J G. G M. M Claxton of Moberly visited home folks here Sunday I Mr and Mrs J. J T. T Richardson spent Sunday with their daughter I and son in Mr and Mrs Bax Bax- ter Nichols at Columbia Mr and Mrs Roy Beckerman of I I I St. St Louis came Saturday and were guests of ot Mrs Beckerman sister I I Mr and Mrs Roy Again until Tues Tues- t I Iday day I Billie I Little Sapp spent several I days of his vacation the past week i with his grandparents at Columbia I Mr and Mrs G. G H. H Cox i j Mrs Thos G. G Clark is visiting her heri i i parents Mr and Mrs W. W ...

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Masons Will Initiate 25 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

I I MASONS WILL INITIATE U 25 1 Meeting of 01 Centralia Council No 34 to Be lie e at Mexico Mesko Mo Centralia Council No 34 a branch I Ilof lof of York Rite Rl Masonry Vh sh h mem mem- membership I of 2000 covering two twenty-two II counties of central and northeast Missouri will hold a special meeting I in Mexico Mo Jan 16 for initia initiation I tion of a class of twenty five candi candi- dates I Officers for 1929 elected in the j i December meeting at Centralia are I Master B. B J. J Carl Columbia deputy Ity ty master F. F P. P Briggs Brigga Macon principle conductor of work L. L J. J I Grave Mexico captain of the guard i Roy R. R Wright Columbia conductor conductor 1 tor of the council Guy C. C Million I Boonville Stewart Luther Wilhoit i t Macon

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Hallsville [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

Hallsville I Misses MiMeS Margaret Susan and and Kathryn and Ralph Ad- Ad Adkins Adi AdI Adkins 1 i I kins were in Columbia Saturday Mr and Mrs Fred Welch moved I to the Jefferies house in east ea t Halls Halls- villa ville Wednesday Miss Effie Acton of Columbia spent the past week with Mrs R. R I A. A Cook and Mrs Turner Tucker Misses Mattie Mattle and Mildred Barnes s r and Donny Barnes of Columbia spent I Sunday with Mr and Mrs Turner Barnes I Miss Geraldine made madea a business trip to Centralia Sat Sat- I J. J R. R Anthony and family return return- returned ed home Sunday after spending the week near Hinton Miss Jewell returned r to toI I Hallsville Monday after spending the the vacation with home folks in Ma Ma- Icon con Miss Bernadine Bryan has returned l I to her home in Columbia after spending a ft few days here with Lu- Lu Lucile Lucile cile cue Asbury George Asbury Is ill Mrs Ben Austene has returned home isome after visiting in Kansas City Mr and Mrs Henry Brown were Co...

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Harg [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

Harg I Mrs A A. McHarg is improving very slowly from a severe attack cf c in in- in inI I I IThe The Rev Edmund F mund Wilkes left Fn Fri I Fri Fri- Friday day for walnut Ridge Ark to visit I his daughter Mrs irs E E. J. J Riddick i iwho i who is ill Mr Wilkes spent the night in Kansas City with his son ron t I Edmund and family Ed Watson Waton Is ill with influenza Marie Betz has scarlet fever i William Wllliam and Wilkes McHarg have ha ve whooping cough I Ethalee Watson WatOn has chicken pox I Bryant Page spent Christmas with relatives near Eudora Kan I Mrs R. R P. P Reid entertained with witha a family dinner Christmas Day I I Mrs R. R L. L Barnes visited Mrs A. A G. G Capps in Columbia last week Sam Barn Martin of Auxvasse was the guest Sunday of 01 Mr and Mrs Ed Turner Mrs Sam Este Elites and daughter Mar Mar- Martha Martha Martha tha Jane were week-end week guests of ci Mr and Mrs J. J L. L Lynes I Dollie Fisher Ruth Baumgartner Ethel and Elizabeth Lloyd and Mary Mars MaryI r ...

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Sturgeon [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

I j i J I I I I I I 0 I Sturgeon I Mr and Mrs Ruby Hulen and Clyde Proctor and family entertain entertain- entertained ed Christmas Day at 6 o'clock turkey I dinner for the following guests Mr ir and Mrs Mr E. E R R. Kelley and little littleson son Arnold Mr and Mrs V. W. J J J. Toalson Mr and Mrs Velpo Woods I Mr ir and Mrs Elmer Montgomery I Mr and Mrs Ray Hutchinson and daughter Hilda John Herman Mr 1 and Mrs Gordon Lawrence and hun hun- ily lly and J. J C. C Proctor and son sonAI bert and Wayman Mr and Mrs l R. R E. E Kelley enter- enter 1 I tamed Saturday evening in honor honorof of the fourteenth birthday of Miss 1 Norma Hulen Other guests were ere Mr and Mrs Elmer Montgomery ry Mr and Mrs Ruby Hulen and daugh- daugh daughter ter Bonita and Clyde Proctor j Sturgeon schools opened Monday j Dec D C 31 after being closed a wee wco for the Christmas holidays Mr l and Mrs Will Elkins and andI daughter of Browns Brown's Station were re I recent r guests of Mr and Mrs Ar- Ar Ardell d...

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Clark [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

Clark Mrs Irs Mag Map Truesdell and Laura Appleman entertained with bridge and Rook Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs 1 Truesdell Tru After the thega games ga mes refreshments were served Mrs Nannie Roberts Rob scored high hith for rook and Mrs l Reynolds and Miss Pearl Truesdell were ere low for rook Mrs l Walter Lamb and Mrs 1 W. W F. F Cleeton tied for high in bi bridge idge Those present were Mrs Nannie Roberts Mrs Hat Hattie tie Haw flaw Hawkins kins Mrs Cocoa Owings O Mrs Opal Green Mrs Inez Reynolds Mrs Mildred Robb Miss Mi s Pearl Parl Trues- Trues Truesdell dell and Mrs l Bett Truesdell Mrs 1 Nannie N Lamb Lomb Mrs Olene Carr t Mrs Myrta Toalson Mrs Elnora I Reynolds Mrs Erma Bradley Mis Edith Shores Mrs Lena Cleeton and Mrs Elsie Fountain I Mrs Ray Truesdell Tru and Miss Mis Maude Adams entertained Friday I afternoon at the home of Mrs Hay flay Truesdell Tru Rook and bridge were played until s r crr t served by the hostess Miss Irene 1 Stickney was high score and Mrs L...

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Linden [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

I Linden I Jack Burks and family of Cooper County Count y were dinner guests guest of Mr and Mrs O. O V. V Hopper Christmas I Day Mr and Mrs rs W. W H. H Coleman en- en entertained the folks with young oung a Christmas Chri tree Dec 24 After r the tree trec rec refreshments were ere served and games played Those present were Christy Burks and family Mrs Rothel lothel Burton and children Mr fr and Mrs Pel Bredlove Mr 1 and Mrs Charlie Morgan forKan Misses Agnes Tay- Tay Taylor lor br or Anna Coleman Marie arie Morgan Thomas and Jack Jak Morgan Willie and Bradford Bredlove e Hickman II Hollova Roy Calvin ln Charles Tay Tay- Taylor Taylor lor los and anti Earl and Taylor Coleman Mr and Mrs Elmer Grimes and andRoy andRoy andRoy Roy Powell owell of Kansas City visited natives here the past week ek Mrs Pel Bredlove e and son Wil Wil- William Wilham liam ham visited Mr and Mrs Elery Douglass in Sedalia Sedalla over o the week week- end I W. W H lI Coleman Coltman sold Mr Robertson I of cf ...

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Rotary Officer to be Here [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

ROTARY OFFICER TO BE E HZ District Governor Go Will Visit Vial Club dob l Next Ned Week Roy Hoy Turnbull governor of U. U fourteenth f nth district of Rotary Inter International national is 15 making his inspection tour of the clubs in this district and aDd s. s will be in Columbia ColumbU next Thursday Th night as a guest of the Rotary Club here ht The winner of the attendance con coa- contest I test which closed cled today is the team captained by Dr C. C W. W Dine Digges Tom Tala R. R Taylor was captain of the k lot loa ing tag team The December attendance of the Rotary club was wu the best belt that tha it has been for a number of years ears The program at yesterdays yesterday's meet meet- meetS lag ing S ng consisted of talks by several eral of the club members rs Visiting Rotarians ians lens were G. G O. O Perry and aDd Louis Louta Klein of Moberly and Howard Tay Taylor lor br of Chickasha Other visitors of ot the t club were wert George Georae Wickman of Sedalia Wit WU- liam ...

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Chamberlain's Book is Here [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

CHAMBERLAINS CHAMBERLAIN'S BOOK ROOK 18 IS l am UE The rb Taken Take Child ChU Received I- I at Mb lie Uc Library With Five Others Oben The Taken Child by George Ag Agnew AI- AI new Chamberlain a book boot which i is 11 receiving r extensive reviews is one is of the new books Jut just received at the tho Public Library Other new books boot are Captain Java Louis Moresby From Prom the Middle Border Garland The World Does Move JotIe Cocks Cock Feather ther Kath Kath- Katherine critic erine Newlin Burt The Hounds of God Sa ba

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

tAO AOI o BIZ em THE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN FRIDAY JANUARY 4 4 1929 1929 dU I 1 I 1 I On The University Campuses 1

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Fuel Changes Cripple Soft Coal Industry [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

FUEL CHANGES CRIPPLE SOFT COAL INDUSTRY Conservation and War Economy Contrib Contributing Causes DEMAND IS DECREASING I Mechanical Improvements and Invention Mean Cheaper Power By Frederic J. J Haskin Haslun WASHINGTON D D. C The C.-The The vicissitudes vicIssitudes of ot progress have completely turned the tables in the bituminous coal industry and where only a few years ago the great profits of the coal barons were looked at askance by newspapers legislators and the public generally today Congress is wondering what can be done to as assist as- as slat a crippled industry The great soft coal properties have deteriorated in value to their owners and the thousands of miners who derived a livelihood from the industry are working either ei on part time or are wholly out of employment Bituminous I coal COl is 15 sold at the mines at around 2 3 a ton although freight rates the selling price in cities clUes to a higher figure The march of progress is responsible responsible sible aible fo...

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Three Generations of D. D. Mosses [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

I I I Three Generations of D. D D. D Mosses Mc 1 1 H H I m 4 i r V 4 ThIs Thin photograph made madr Nov No 28 25 R. R 1978 shows show of three generations CI of the th D. D 1 D. D Moss loss family D. D D. D Moss o s. s Jr i left I. I as born horn at Cedar edar Lawn Lan Boone Boon County July 1 18 9 Daniel no y Moss loss III Ill f center C was born at tort ort tt nr n Ind lad I If Ie ec 6 C. C 1924 19 4 and D. D I D. D Mo Moss Mos s. s t right i. i was as born bom at Springfield Mo June 26 26 1855 l. l

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Student Leaders May be Named [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

I I I I STUDENT STUDENT LEADERS MAY MA Y BE NAMED Will Be Chosen by Dis Dis- Disinterested Disinterested Disinterested interested Committee for The Sa itar this year will name nam a group of prominent student leaders if discussion at a board meeting of the year-book year this afternoon n ma ma- materializes materializes as is expected Particulars Particulars Particulars lars of the innovation other than that the leaders will win be bf selected by bya a disinterested committee are arc ar at present unknown The board also discussed the con con- constitution constitution of or the which has been in an undefined condition conditio sine changes change were attempted last fall tall The system of rating raUns of ot staff members of o circulation of the books and the advertising policy were wre also asu n so considered Members of the th S beard at present are ure Frank Knight student president Ralph Schmitt editor of the book last year Melbourne Melbourn Scherman Scherman man business manag...

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Pistol Club Seek Medals [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

I Pistol Club Seek Medals Medal I E. E V V. Kerr coach of the Pistol Club has announced that the I Pistol Club will 11 begin firing on Jan 15 for the National Rifle Association tion qualification medals I The Pistol Club is now doing all allI I of its firing on the new indoor I range recently erected under the Rollins Field bleachers The new i schedule for or firing hours of ot the club is now from 3 to 5 o'clock on Mon Mon- 1 day Thursday and Friday after- after

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Rifle Club to Meet Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

I Rifle Rine Club to Meet 1 Thursday Thu day There will be a Rifle Club meet meet- meeting meeting meeting ing next Thursday night at 7 30 o'clock in the rifle range in the 1 garret of Jesse Hall

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Orchesis Club to Meet Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

1 J Club cl b to Meet t Tuesday Y The Club honorary dane dane- dancI I ing organization will have its first meeting eting of the year next Tuesday evening at 7 o clock o'clock The program for the next next- semester will be planned The officers of the club are arc president Elin Elm Cairns vice vice- president Hertha Beck and secre secre- secretary secretary secretary tary and treasurer Barbara Temple Miss l Elizabeth Minton instructor 1 in m dancing is sponsor for the club

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Apple Judges to Hold Banquet [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

I i Apple Judges to 0 Hold Banquet I I Plans for the annual banquet for tom students competing in the apple- apple judging contest will in be made at a special meeting of the Horticulture Club of ot the University at 7 30 o'clock tonight J J. E. E May lay is president of ol the club The banquet will be held heldI I Jan 11 1 1 at the Tiger Hotel Hote and the judging apple apple apple- judging contest is scheduled for next Monday A final report on or 1 l the annual Horticulture Show held J here Oct 22 to 26 26 whIt willi be made b bJ by J J. J E E. Rutter manager A A. A L. L Gie- Gie Gieselmann 1 of St St. Louis County as- as assistant assistant Distant manager for this years year's show j I will be confirmed as manager for fox forthe forI I the exhibit next year

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