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BEST WORK IN
Programs at Countv
g-Fann Co-operate Willi
lied Cross and Local
: - -- wa.
Changes in Organization Aid
in Increasing Enroll
ment and Budget
.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. VTe consider the
recent campaign highly successful.' said
Miss Maude Cm inn. "in view of the un
animous response to our requests." The
pledges ranged from fifty cents to twen-ry-fiie
dollars, the majority of the sub-
crinliAnt trrirlntw l.ti.i Imir Ami
five dollars. Of the total amount sub
scribed, $283 was given by tlie faculty,
-3120 by tlie Advisory Board, $1333 by
students, and $476 through miscellane
r- The V. W. C A. lias undertaken an
increased amount of social service work
this 5 ear. Weekly programs including
K-Tcadings and songs have been given on
Sunday afternoons by girls in 1. V. I.
A; work at the County farm. These
f programs are greatly appreciated but
according to Miss Gwmn. the) cannot be
regular because of lack of means to take
f the girls out there. Owners of cars liaie
F been a'ked to offer them for u-e for this
I- iune some 5unda aftemon.
At present hospital work is confined
to writing notes and sending magazines '
to tho.se win arc sick. The organization j
is als doing co-oiraliie wark with the '
Ked Cross in triing to furnish shoes toi
school iluldrcn who need them. Teach-j
ers arc pnnideil for club and Sunday j
Scb.il work at llitikson. Oirls working
throuilf the church are sent to visit the
f sick or those confined to the Iiouse.
1UC 1. W. U , IU3 WtU Uf l"Ci
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work of the Lruiersitv committee wno
i liad cliarge of rooms for girls. Accord
'Ipg to Mirt Cwinn they bale JucceeJed
1 in supphing the demand since the es.
t,tablishroent of the bureau. The employ.
; ment bureau lias been working success
fully during the )ear.
Various health movements have been
instigated through posters and question
aires, the mot recent of which urges the
women to sleep eight hours. The bible
study classes in which 150 girls are reg
. ii-tcrcd wererstarted through tlie medium
of Y. W. C A.
, Next term according to Miss Cwinn,
' ijucstionaire. for church attendance will
fMake this an
Givr cifts lhat are useful.
jsEleclrical appliances are the
jlm.ost useful gifts you can buy.
! eThe.v not onlv last a hiettme
Slhemselvcs but they assist in
cutting' down the household ex-
I i penses
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r I ill
1 L" .III
h' WeatherS j HeUlers'
I SjL EleCtriC Shop Minister's
iv. . ... W. H. Mnrr.iv Nnwi- 's T.
Mss-m-T i-.l V1 nn - , .
t4 t. win rnnrtp .-. m i si.c , r, n ...,. h
. J- A. Uouglas r rorbes.o: freeman Ja M.AlcHarg : t V
;, uaiaweiis r: i. LeeDncKS v.i
S j. Crumb & Turner ThevAlaba'ma 0.7
I' J, K. Strode " Wabash Market V.v
f , Turley & McCammon . Si Baumcartriers It
' "Katy Market . i
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'I'C XT f - - ---s --andauhe . ;
: I 2LT U" MOBEL BAKERY 1
Wki P8E55rorv I 1W8N'9lhSt' Phone 1164 .'j
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be MM out to the University omcn for
the purpose of determining tlie number
of students bo attended church regular
Ijr and their reasons for attending.
The most important and interesting
wort, planned for ne term, according to
Miss Gninn. ill be the fulfillment of a
request from the South Central field
at it- Louis to hold an institution here
for the week-end, the purpose ot wlncu
will be la bring the student in ejewrr
relation wi.u ; -w-w -" iuuwumi
situation. Not more than fifty girls will
be permitted to register and only those
;-' ; Y. fl. C A. wrho are interested
primarily in that field of work. While
we uie meetings will be devoted largely
1 to discussion, the plaLS include a num
lier of speakers from St. "Louis among
them Mi's Lillian Davis the industrial
I secretary of the south-central field; a
minister with the social viewpoint; an
industrial worker from one of the
factories in St. Louis; and a professor of
economics are some of the speakers lut
ed for the Institution.
CHICAGO CLEANING UP
New rollre Chief Carries on Dig
Campaign Against Crime.
Ciiicaco, Dec 10. William Hale
Thompson, mayor of CTiicago, called
Charles Fitnnorris former newspaper re
porter, in to his office and gave him the
job of chief of police and this assign
ment: "Clean Chicago up. Put every gun
man, criminal and bootlegger in jaiL"
Fitzmorrie, only 35, is the joungest
metropolitan police chief in the country
and it is generally aammeo. ne is pui-.tiie elementary school are thrown into
ting his new job over with a bang. cIoset'Contact, thus having a better op-
Firt be called his police force in andl-,,,,-, for discwi,,. Khool problems.
id: "tiery man must make good or get,
oat of the department. Chicago must be
Next, Fitzmom's served notice on
gamblers, bootleggers and criminals that
Chicago no longer was their stamping
cround. The demimonde did not heed
him. So Fitzmorris started raids of gamb-l
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found in the places were taken to police
Tlie whole city was invited to come to
lail the next day to look over the crowd
to sec if any could be identified in con- j
nection with any recent crimes. ler-
tillion records were made of every man(,a""oc- ""ides this there are eight
ul, ' small towns in Boone County, eath of
Since then, raids have netted hundreds
and the criminal class is about to "play i
On Fitzmorris first day as police chief
he "scooped" the whole police depart I
ment by going out and arreting a ban
dit who had robbed a bank. The bandit
had been sought by iolice for several
No amount of influence will get any j
Qiicagoan out of a "jam" now, the new (
chief claims. ;
.Tlie best Christmas present you can,
possibly give ocr family is the guaran-'
tee backed up by the New York Life
thaV Santa Claus wjll always visit your'
home as thes; liappy seasons recur even j
tho, Dad's chair may be -rat-ant. '
W. G. Stephenson will be glad to show
you moir about this contract. AdV. S-98
All kinds of repairing Fumilur?,
trunks umbrellas, doors and windorfs,
door locks, rubber tires for go-carts and ,
bah) carriages also saW filing. AH
work promptly done; auto service. 100 j
Dorsey Sl. Telephone 1314-Black. 1
Once jou trj-, jou'll always buy
WTien you call your groceryman for bread, be sure you say
On sale at the following stores:
Consolidated Schools of Boone
Tlie jitls and bojs in the districts of
A.hland and Hallsrille do not lure to '
b,e hc , ( homcs;ckft. in the!
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WIJ III UlUCt IO Vl ! Ulll 3l"WI 1.MW
j canon, uiey can aiienu one o. w.c -o
older. It was founded in 1914. Tlie one
at Ashland dates from 1919.
Each consolidated district takes in
about five rural districts and usually has
the grade and high schools in tlie same
building. Tlie school building at Ash-
land is being used, although it lias not
jet been finished. There is a temporary
root on the first floor and the second
fiocr is 10 be completed when the re -
mainder of the $33,000 necessary for its
construction lias been obtained. Many
girls and bo)s go to school on horseback.
or a little "Henry or a big seven
passenger, as the cae may be.
"The schools are better now than be
fore ron.-olidation." said C E. Northern!,
county superintendent. "Tlie system
for a-louble supervision and consequent
1) a. closer one. with both a county su
perintendent and a superintendent of the
consolidated school. The co-operation
is better because all the teachers in that
district :.work together. This is made
possible by the fact that the teachers of
SThc,consol,daled school is only
of the new programs in education. Its
sdvantape-j shown in that it is a first,
class school, offers four years high-school
work and is apj'roved by the state.
"It is probable that under the present
laws there will be no more consolidated
Boone County soon. Under
our laws now, it. is necessary for the dis
tricts that wish to consolidate to liave
an assessed valuation of $500,000. There
arc so few districts close together in
Boone County that it is difficult to com
bine them so as to have the necessary
con-ouuaira scuoois 01 uouin.- v.um,. , Uie uiark msiricis. c arc not. uuuu j j of j, jyjj and receded Jr of the court house, in the city ol 1
One is at HallsTille (district No. 1) and the old system of taxation. In order toj m BKXtf:irl. fcfc' J25 st page 151 in I Columbia, county of Boone, and state
the" offirV at Ashland" (district 'ho. 2). hanje this condition the County Unit !ie ,,,.,. a 'ia f Jeeds for of-Missouri, tell the above dWribe.1 real
Hallilles coibolidated school is the till will probably-be presented to the , , . ,. n-M,rt t,h T. Wil. rstair si rrablie auction to tlie hixhn' '
I Love You Sunday (Jeox Trot) . . . .Ted Lewis Jazz Band
The Hula Blues (Fox Trot) Ted Lewis Jazz Band
Any Time, Any Way, Anywhere (Fox Trot)
Art Hicknfan's Orchestra
You and I (Fox Trot) Art Hickman's Orchestra
SCOTT'S BOOK SHOP
, sJi HHfflSKw.
Baker, Scheafer, Scott
Johnson & Johnson
Forbes, & Freeman
'which lia a high school. This h rather
u""' 'or -Misuari counties.
"The people here are not a enllm-ia.
tic about consolidated schools tain II, '
j King, truant oEcer. "as they arc m 1
f ,!,. u,heni counties Kh as j
Legislature at its next session. This
tax provides that every child in tkc
county should be provided for equally is
the way of taxation. Tlie tax, which
on the vahption of tLr land, will go
into one common fund and each Khtwi
will get the same hetxfit."
jir. King believes the present system ,
f eorsolidation will b superseded bri
a better one. Ho thinks there shoaH'
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tie one lugti scsooi to every nte square
I . an4 1 r H. . ac County, Missouri, and re- '
1 TODAY'S HOTEL GUESTS !-1fJe ' a p'u swober Z at pagfl number
I ' 1 j 21, in trust to secure tfcr pavnien' of a
"" - j certain promissory note in said deed of ,
The following ruts were reiis'e-ed ; niet julir deribe!. and wb-reas de
at the Daniel B' Tavern veste'da: l' 't hn been raade in the payment of
T. C flalev. II. I. Timmermin, II. II. (MM1 prc-dosorr note both prinninal and
Hammer. W. B Mize. . L. Fimk, E. J. in,r ,, principal and inKrest luve
LancaMcr. J. W. an Valzah Jsmcs V. rce ,iac acc0,d;ng , ,ue Ierms 0f ,he .
Dugter and J. W. Allen. St. Louis; O. . t
T. riiilrott, J M. Kellev C U Kwle- , yhar , e htin ucsttd hy ,he
P . Janes, lenn LeeM. K B,rd ,l j M(fcr M ,o . ,,,,
L O. Qiac Kansas City; Mr. and Mrs. '
Creg Jarrcs Dl'intrra. UiIct T. Carl an-4 , .- u,
A. O, AIcTandcr. Mexico, Mo.; Mr. and i . . r
Mrs..F. C. Johnson and E. I. Taylor
Chicago; V. 15. Qden and J. Lnclwcod.t
Jefferson Gl; J. 11. II. Mote, Cartilage, jfl
Mo.; wm. Harrison, Marshal!. Mo.; S.
A. Jefferi. Sl Louis; Ceyn Ellen Has-i
lis Uahinton. D. C; II. tia'e. lmlun-i
apoliu Ind.; C. DowIe, Enid OLIa.;
L. L. Leake, Akron, Onto; T. G. Kraere
Palmrra, JIo.; Frark Dimmitt, Shelbi
na. Mo. and T, Ferrice, Sedalia.
The following guests were regise-t.T I J
at the Athens Hotel vesterday: K. J. Lan- j
caster, Jas. V. Dugger, J. E. Walker and
P. Davis, St. Louis; Mr. and Mrs
Clinton Smith, John To) lor, and IL II.
Pria, Moberlj; Mr. and Mrs. II. B. ',
IlicLox, Kansas Gty; W. A. Burger.
Boonville; J. E. Bla-or ami J. E. Wil-j
Columbia Records for
A Dream ....Charles Hackett
Love's Garden of Roses
Roe in llie Bud, Louis Graeurc
"r other's Bread."
Mi Ydam & Berkebile
H d MayoV
'. McCrews ,
'. Boutwell Merc. Co.
; End Grocery
I Ihrat, California. Met Louia Stuiber;
Jeffoaon Cit; and J. II
Tte following guests ere refiIered
at Jw entral Hotel jejterday: W. T.
Sicn!ien. Serbia; Jame D. Stenart, Jr
and tiU U. .wins, wiumma. ana r.
J. Cote. .
KOTICI" OF TRUSTEE'S SALE.
xhacK by their deed of tru.t dated
!urr- ? .' Cerrude WiBiams, Ins wife,
cimveyd to the Lndersianed, trustee the
folhnring described real estate, lying,
.!) ami suuaie in me city of lAlum- .
iij mm-, of Boonr. and State of Mis
Lt malwr ogIijygh 88 in Con-
''v and reruns' ubdmaien of part of
el. j BarkwcU Fa, a, an Wfllion to
5 1 e (.ijimbia i'BS'wri ns pe
! o r 'pbt hcrrof, fPeil in the
it', t T ' 5 retwder of deeds within
Until-the last minute to get thct HOME
GOING trim up for ue can't do it all at
Univeisity Barber Shop
jjpig ' BUS
"Pollyanha Chocolate Shop"
s ! -. - - Py --i-,f
' V ' l '' s
Proprietors of ,
Jimmie's College Inn
" Kolumbia Kandy Kitchen
Liberty Candy Kitchen
' - (Formerly thcPollyanna)
We are receiving our holiday candy
now ami will be able to take care of
jour orders for Christmas candy.
For Christmas we
ck of'hoine made
Liberty Candy -Kitchen
CornerNinth and Broadway
Ever- ounce of HP Flour is real flour rich in food
alue and uniform In quality.
Our selection of only the best wheat raised in Boone
County and our system of milling maka possible the manu
facture of this supremely satisfactory flour.
''HP Satisfaction" for sale by all grocers or call No. 9
Boone County Milling and Elevator Co.
Makers of Ked Ring' Feeds.
povfer'of sale in me retted br'.said deed I
Now, therefore, notice is hereby siren ,
Iiat, in pursuance to the power imestcd
in me bj said deed of trust, anJ pur-1
suant to the request of said legal holder ,
of said promissory note, I "ill on Fri-I
day, the 31st day of December, 1920.'
between the hours of nine o'clock in
1 the forenoon and five o'clock in tlie at-
Itemoon of said day, at the souUi front
bidder to satisfy said note, interest and
osts of excuting this tm't.
JAMES W. SCHWABE,
jX insertion December 30.
Gold and Silver Mesh
Hags. The best line at
will have a large
Jimmies College Inn
"The Home of Better Confections''
Get Your Linen for
Christmas is only two weeks away.
You will want your linen to appear in
its very best condition during the holi-
.day week. Dirty linen will spoil an
otherwise sumptuous feast.
We are trying to anticipate the rush
of Christmas linen. We believe we
can give you much quicker and better
service if you will let a Blue Fleet
driver call for your laundry now. The
number is 116.
Before jou forget, gather ifp j our
bundle, call 116 and
Get that Christmas linen
problem off your mind.
Dorn-Cloney Laundry &
Dry Cleaning Co.
"Where satisfaction Is the
LEARN TO DANCE
Private Lessons By Appointment Only
CALTON COAL CO.
Dealers in Best Grade Illinois Coal
No. 13 N. Fourth Phone 1041
The Famous Shoe Shiner at the
Tiger Barber Shop
Will Shine Shoes
From now on we expect to stay open on Sundays
"Henry Shines on Sunday"
Our holiday candy is ar-
i riving every day and ive
now haiea fine line of fine
candy in handsome boxes.
Order y ours today.