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UMERSITT JIISSOURIAX, MOMAY, JULY 81, 1916.
SOCIETY NOTES
Misses Grace Dungy and Edna Sher
man and Fred Olds and Harvey
Crouch picnicked at Rocheport yes
terday forenoon. In the afternoon
thej motored to Faette and returned
home at 7 o'clock last evening. The
forenoon was spent in rowing.
The other guests will be Mr. and
Mrs. Basil Gauntlett, Dr. 0. D. Kel
logg and Mr. and .Mis. Albeit Heinz.
I'lhKHS I'KKl'AKE FOR THIERS
The research workers in psychology
will picnic on the Hinkson this after
noon, starting at 5 o'clock. Among
those attending will be Dr. and Mrs.
V. H. Pjle, Mr. and .Mrs G. E
Hreece, Misses Nell Kutledge, Cynthia
Wilkes, Grace Reeves, Josephine En
nis, Helen McGregor, Helen Hogan
and Hazel Summerfield; J. B. Steed,
J. C. Harmon and Paul Phitts.
The members of the Junior Mis
Monar Society of the Broadway
Methodist Church gathered at the
church at 3 o'clock Saturday after
noon and were taken in automobiles
to the lawn of Mrs. Turner Mc
Baine, on Stewart Road, for their an
nual picnic. Mrs J M. Djsart and
Mrs. C O Hancs were in charge
There they plaved games and had
eatables, including sandwiches, eggs,
lemonade, wafers, pickles, potato
hips, and cakes. Fort -nine children
attended.
Mrs. E H. Hedrick will entertain
at a buffet supper at her home. 304
Micks aenue, at C o'clock tomorrow
night in honor of Miss Uula Weeks
WABASH
MARKET
Tuesday and Wednesday
Specials
Telephone 888.
-.Mil Christian College Ave.
.",e Soap, 10 bars i.K1
'."ic Green Beans, can l((c
Good Peas, 3 cans i'lC
13c American Lady corn, 2 cans 2.c
20c Icete, bo 13c
30c Coffee, lb i'.e
10c Corn Flakes, 2 boxes 1.1c
Boiled Ham, lb :i."c
Breakfast Bacon, lb 30c
10c Toilet Paper, 2 rolls l"c
1-o.ik Cake. (Fine) only 10c
Kc Washing Powder, 7 boxes . . 2."c
l."c Splendid B. Beans, 2 cans . . 2."o
We Give S & H Stamps
Washington !'. Football Coach IVn.
sors Waistlines of Candidate".
Here's a little hot weather football
gosip for irate Tiger followers. Coach
Henr F Sthulte pulled a good one
when he issued a newspaper for the
benefit of his 1910 prospects, but the
real innoation in early season train
ing was last week, when Coach Bill
Edwards of the Washington Univer
sit Pikers in St Louis assembled his
squad in swimming suits at the Mu
nicipal Pool in the Mound City, so that
lie could see how much weight his
gladiators had taken on since the com
pletion cf their victorious season last
fall
Seeial waistlines came in for criti
cism by the I'lkewav gridiron director,
and orders were issued that material
reduction should be made in liaj win
dows liefoie the first call for practice
earl in Setpeniber. However, Ed
munds is much pleased with the pros-
HIS BIRTHDAY
Dean J. C. Jones.
Dean J C Jones is 61 years old to
day. He was born in Sharpsburg,
K., in 1855, the son of Daniel Ralls
and Margaret Jones, and received his
A. II. from Westminster college at
Fulton in 1S79. In 1882 he received
his A M , and his Ph. D. in 1891.
He attended John Hopkins from 1882
to 18S3, the University of Leipzig in
1S93-C and the University of .Munich
in 1903-04 In 1908 he received his
LI. D. from the University of Mis
souri Dean Jones was professor of Latin
at Westminster College from 1880-2,
assistant professor of Latin and Greek
fiom 1SS3 to 1SS7 and has been pro
fessor of Latin here since 1S91. Since
1900 he lias been dean of the Col
lege of Aits and Science. He is a
member of Phi Beta Kappa and Beta
iTlieta Pi During the ear 1903-OC
Dean Jones was acting president of
the L'niversity.
In 1SS0 Dean Jones married Miss
Clara Field Thompson. Mr. and Mrs.
Jones have three children, one son
CITY AND CAMPUS
pects for another successful season.
pnu lie is aireauv preuicung mat me jam, two daughters.
Washington-Missouri -game at Colum
bia, October 14. will be a repetition of
the affair on Francis Field last fall
when the Tigers went down to defeat
before the St Iouisaus for the first
time in a score of ears
Meanwhile Editor Schulte of Mar
cellus, Mich , is directing his editorial
campaign for clean sweep of 1910
Tiger it tones, and the merit of two
Mis T. B Lundy of Marysviile,
Kan , who ha- been visiting Miss Car
rie Williams, left for Buckiin, Mo.
this morning.
Mrs A F Quinn and daughter, who
have been visiting at the M. A. Quinn
s.v stem,- of earlv training cannot be , ,,. turned to Hallsville this
passed upon until the Piker-Tiger
fi.ir.is is staged on Rollins Field.
11. r. MEN TI.K 1ilCl'i: cimmhx:
morning
Mrs Paul Davis of Hallsville, who
lias been visiting her parents, .Mr. and
Mrs Jackson I.eanord, returned home
this morning
II. H Trrel went to St. Ixiuis to
day for a short business trip.
Miss Bess Mayfield, who has been
'lliree YKil Nurseries at eilio and
Make Addresses.
Dr J C. Whitten, professor of hor
ticulture. Prof P W Paurot of the ' wsiting Mrs CO Hanes, left for her
agricultural eUension service and ( home at Batesville. Ark , this morning
Piof. Leonard Ilaseman of the depart-i Dr. H M Reese of the physics de
ment of entomology of the l'niversity j partment, and Dr. O Kellogg of the
visited Neosho Saturda as .guests of i mathematics department, will leave
the William P. Stark nurseries , s.oon f,)r a canoeing trip in Canadian
After a tour of inspection of the Utters
nurseries in the morning. Doctor, jISS Ruth Davis of Beaver Dams.
Whitten and his associates addressed j wis . who has been visiting her sister,
a meeting cf grape growers of thatjjilss Helen Davis. 313 Hitt street,
vicinit Grape growing is one of the 'returned to her home today,
coming industries of southwestern j Miss Ruth Hine, who has been the
Missouri. The soil and climatic con- jKuest of Ml,s Kubv Cille for the ast
ditions make it possible to grow the.few weekSi left for her home at Sa
highest qualltj cf fruit, and, ripening .anllal, Mo this nlornine.
early, it can be put on the market at
fancy prices with practicall no com
petition. A great deal of interest his
been manifested in the last two or
fhrn.t ipnrs nnrl innnrl nra limicr .- ..
i Kattiarine
set out in Newton. Jasper and Mc
Donald counties.
Missourian Want Ad
Phone 33.
Department
TWO BIG CARLOADS OF
CHEVROLET AUTOMOBILES
JUST RECEIVED.
MO I
8550 F. O. B. Factory.
Fifty-six of these Chevrolet Cars,
have been distributed to people
of this community this year. Our
best ad is, of course, a satisfied
owner. Talk with a Chevrolet
owner and you will order a car
right away.
JOHN N. TAYLOR
COLUMBIA, MO.
609 Broadway
Phone 576
Mrs T B Geerv and her daughter
and son returned esterday from a
vioit to Joplin.
Dean J. C. Jones and daughter. Miss
Jones, accompanied by
Miss Edith Miller, left esterdav for
Estes Park, Colo, where they will re
main for two or thiee weeks.
Prof and Mrs J B Fitch and son.
Billv P, of Manhattan, Kan, are vis
iting Prof and Mrs J C Hackleman.
Mr Fitch is assistant professor of
dairing in the Kansas State Agricul
tural College He and Mrs. Fitch arc
on their naj to visit their parents
in Illinois and Indiana
) R H Baker, professor of astronomy.
, will leave tonight to spend his vaca
tion in Michigan
P M Brandt, assistant to Dean F.
B Mumford of the College of Agri
cultuie, will return this week, after
spending his vacation in Oklahoma.
Miss Bab Bell returned this morn
ing from Monroe City, where she
spent her vacation with her parents
F L Duley of the department of
soils went to Herndon, Mo, vestcrday,
wheie he will look after the thresh
ina: of an experimental field of
w heat
Automobile tourists through Boone
and Callaway counties sa that the
corn is beginning to suffer. Unless
rain comes very soon, there will be
onl a half crop There i3 talk al
read of making the corn into silage.
Mrs Victor Barth, in company with
Miss Carrie Barth of Kansas City, has
gone to Asbur Park for a two weeks'
visit to her sister. They will spend
the rest of the summer in Atlantic
Cit.v
Mrs Elmira Flint of Fort Scott,
Kan , was admitted to Parker Me
morial Hospital this morning for an
operation.
Miss Ruth Piather, who has been in
Parker Memorial Hospital with ty
phoid fever, was discharged yester
day Emmet Yates, a student in the Sum
mer Session, is in the Parker Me
morial Hospital with typhoid fever.
-Mrs Dolle, the mother of Dr. D.
M Dolle, who has been in the
Parker Memorial Hospital since last
CASH PAID
ForSecond-hand
Books at
llUttoiiri Store
Thursday, when she was overcome
with the heat, is improving.
Roscoe E. Harper, who was a fresh
man in the School of Iiw last session,
spent the week-end in Columbia. He
has been working in Moberly this sum
mer, but a ill go this week to Mexico,
Mo , to work.
Frank King, a student in the School
of Journalism, who is working for the
St. Iouis Post-Dispatcli. came nome
vesterdav for a day's visit with his
I arcnts.
.Mark Andrews has returned from a
business trip to Sullivan County.
Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Severance, Mr.
and Mrs. M. T. Hoberecht, Mr. and
Mrs. P. F. Trowbridge and Miss Helen
Kit's attended the basket dinner es
terday at Bethel Church.
Miss Marianne Garver, who has been
visiting her cousin. Miss Adaline Mc
Holland, left today for Fulton.
Miss Nadine Brownfield returned
Saturday fiom a visit with relatives
at Chillicothe
Miss Emily Schifferdecker had as
week-end guests her sister, Mrs. Fran
ces Schifferdecker of Xorborne, and
Miss Charlotte Iawrence of Hallsville.
E. M. McCarter, secretary of the Mis
souri State Teachers' Association, re
turned Saturda from a business trip
to Maoville.
Miss .Veil Me.ver, a Summer Session
student, spent the week-end with
friends at Middleton.
Misses Xadine Stedings and Jose
phine I'nnis and Bod Lucas, A. B.
Ross and W. Bentley motored over to
Slater Saturday where they were the
week-end guests at the Stedings home.
.Miss Rovvena Phillips, a student in
the Summer Session, left Saturday for
her home in Mississippi, called by the
sudden illness of her uncle.
.Misses Russie Hall and Lola Martin
r wniicviiip an visiting Mrs. Ber
tram Harry at 811 Virginia avenue, j
Charles Roster of St. James, a stu-
dent in the School of Journalism in the
regular session, is visiting in Columbia.
Columbia Camp at 1-uredo to Move.
The Columbia boys at the border are
well and In good spirits, according to
a letter received by D. E. .Major. Cap
itis son. Captain E. E. .Major. Cap
lain .Major said they were planning
to move their camp a few hundred
yards to a better location.
CASH PAID
ForSecond-hand
Books at
'ft&'ffltMoiin State
BERRY'S BARGAINS
PHONE 375
12 lbs. sugar
100 lbs. sugar
20c cherries, can
25c sliced pineapple
30c coffee, per lb.
15c salmon, 3 for
Kellog's corn flakes, 3 for
5c Ivory soap, 6 for
20c table peaches, can
20c Asparagus tips
10c Jello, 3 cans for
10c Kraut, 4 can.s for
10c Hominy, 4 cans for
10c Tomatoes, 3 cans for
10c Baked beans
Aunt Mary's loaf cake (fresh
Ripe Olives, quart
Spring Chickens
2 l2c Soap, 10 for
Lenox soap, 8 bars for
10c Milk -New
Potatoes, peck
Cantelope, large, 3 for
Pineapple -
PHONE 375
12 North 8th St.
The rumor that the police department and Governor Major's ap
pointees are supporting me is without foundation and is merely a
campaign lie purporting to injure my strength. We know nothing of
my such support.
JOHN M. ATKINSOX.
(Extract from a statement in K. C. Star, esterday).
Atkinson Will be Nominated
WHY?
1 BECAUSE-His nomination
assures the electoral vote of
Missouri for Woodrow Wilson.
2 BECAUSE-His record for
ability, honesty and efficiency--for
duty well performed for
party loyalty stands un im
peached. 3 BECAUSE-His platform is:
Economy; Efficiency; Honesty.
4 BECAUSE-The people of this
great state believe in him.
LET'S MAKE BOONE A BANNER
ATKINSON COUNTY
READ ATKINSON'S PLATFORM IN YESTERDAY'S
(JULY 30) KANSAS CITY STAR.
nVHL
BOONE COUNTY ATKINSON
FOR GOVERNOR CLUB.
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