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THE COLUMBU EVENING MISSOURIAN, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 11, l'J20
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-.lie: '. . I ' nd orchestra miiMC. Trie Epvrorth
fciAT 'THE CHURCHES I LraS..e v.ill be in charce of the Short I
Jv,r-- TWess. a (Indent of Concord!"
"" ;sninary. will conduct the service Sun
o 7:30 p'. ni. at the Fpiseonal Church.
- - Ct "nt,arT 1 Reve-end Crew of
Jj'Wiwille and the Reverend Bseplcr of
-i" " have charge of the services
t ' hich Mm be held res.ula.lv every Sun
,!: ne P"ohc is invited to attend
The services at Calvarv Epicopal
Church tomorrojy will be as follows: 7:30
, Ifolr Communion, 9:43 Sunday School
and at 11 o'clock morning prajer and
Jijious pageant callwj "Advance the
Line.? The Holy Communion at 7:30
..! be a rorporate communion for Jill
1 members cf Gtlvarv pari!i. the snbiect
of the in'ercresions being the success of
thcnation-ridecampairr The uderis
jjlpi'.fll.rneel a i i,vl vi , I'm 'vrailiv
al ,9-5. The m!i -1 i-l the ru
f tors talk v. ill be -The Pai . jr i D all.
rf Chrirt." Instead of -he seTa-m at 1!
o'clock a pageant will be held enacted
br the members of Calvarv parish. The
i'.oftcrings at this time will be devoted to
' the nation-wide campaign. Open House
J'as usual will be held for all Episcopal
Muilcnts at Jaw KaIIum street at 5 n. m.
I i tncl orchestra music. The Epvrorth
League will be in charge of the Short
Course Men. According to indications
i one ot Uie best programs ot the year will
(be presented. Several special numbers
including music are provided for. Under
direction' of Prof. If. U. Loudenhack, the
:ho!r wDJ give the "Meiah': at a Ves.
,er Concert "at 3:30 o'clock. The pub
uc is invited.
Bible school will be at 9:30 a. m. The
morning service will be at 10.43. The
Inter-church World Movement Attain"
will be the subject of the sermon by thoV
Jtev. Walter M. Ilaushalter. Miss Nril
C.l,.nl. 'u.,11 .:,. -n.t.. t..M.l..
The quartet will sing "Son of My SouL'
The evening service will be a Christmas
conttu. The Adoration." The Junior
and Senior Endeavors will be at 6:30
1 1 27 to 30. Other assTciatons meeting a: f-ev-tllcj UiUiam; vic-preitcnt, -Mia
Atlantic Oty as thai time ares .Aacri-1 Madge Cameron and Mi Kill Lee Jen
I can Statifiical Association and the Amer-.JJnsjsrjj sccrcury, MUs. Genevieve .Jen-
7T. Z ! 7ZZ ican AssociaUon of University Instruc'l nuigs and JUss Blanche Longshore;
James Quinn left for, St. Louis Thurv, . lm,,!n" !irniiir Sli Ruih inmmrf and Miss
day night on business. . ,,.,, i,r.n(.h -r ,h. An..n So- Ccorgia Wisget. Any member of lie
& First Church of Chri-t. Scientist.
( -"Cod. the rrcMTier of Man" i the
j. subject of the service tomorrow- at 11
orlock. Sunday school i held at 9:15
. oclock. Vvcaneeday evening meeting be-
'gin at 8 o'clock. The Christian Science
' '5a'?inS room in the irginia Building is
, open from 3 to 5 p. m. daily. The pub.
m lie 'is iavi'ed. A free lecture on Chris
'i.:. c: sii-i.- . .
.. circiicc win ue git-cn 41 .;ju in-
Lmnanw aftemwrn in tlic iljli Theater b
I Clarence W. Chadwick, C S. B, of Ona-
tna, :veo merntier ot the board 01 lee.
lurcship of the Mother Churcli, The,
First Church of Chri't, Scientr-t, in BoS-;
1 -lon, .Mass. lou arc coniiall' invited.
Bible school at 9:30 o'clock. Preaching
at 10-1" oVloctc by the Rev. T. W.
1n1.Bg. The t. ibjCci oj the maining ser
cson will be "Religion for Show." Senior
and Intermediate voung peoples unions
at 6:30 o'clock. "The Seventh Com
mandment" will be the Reverend Mr.
Young's subject in Ids evening sermon
at 7:30 o'clock.
pie social will be given by the Uni
versity Methodist students at Hinkson
Cliapel at 8 o'clock Thursday evening.
The proceeds will be ued for repair and
ether current expenses of keeping up the
'The Academ Club held the last meet-
ing of the year in the University Audi
torium Thursday night. About four hun
dred and fifty members were present
The treasurer reported a balance of
$350. A suggestion was made to give
a dance the fir't part of neit term.
The Dairy Club of the College of Agri
culture elected the following officers at
its meeting Thursday night i President,
Waverly P. Hays; vice-president, incil
11. Davis; secretary. Earl R. Maxwell;
treasurer. R. C Kercheval. The club
appointed a committee for Farmers
The tliirtj -third annual meeting of the
American Econnomic Association will be
held at Atlantic City, N. J December
cicty of 'Agricultural Engineers' is being
organized, here. The organization is a
national one and gives to all its members
the results of experimental and commer
cial woik of leading authorities in agri
cultural engineering. Meetings will be
held on the second and fourth Tuesday cf
A tonsiderable deficit in the treasury
was reported at a meeting Thursday night
of students In the school of Journalism
and students who intend to enter the
school. To make up the money it was
decided to give a Jazzical simdar to the
one last year. Plans will be made to
hold it early next term. Sloane Mc-
Caulcy was appointed to discover talent
for the performance.
The Universit) women's Bible cla of
the Broadway Methodist Church will
Ject officers for the next terra Sunday
morning. Following are the nominations
from which the officers are to be chosen:
President, Miss Nola Anderson and Miss
class wishing to make another nomina
tion for any oScc may do so by apply
ing to the nominating committee, of
which Mi's 'Marguerite Barnett is chairman.
HEAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
The following real es'ate transfers have
been filed in the recorder's office:
Waller T. Ballenger and wife sol J 33 ,
fecr of the east side cf lot If and all I
of Jot 12 in Stephens' Jfjrst division tol
Frances Ml Sanford' W 3XT The)
properly located on the south side of j
rticharcvm f trcet. near rupiey srrcei. j
(4-foot strip on "the east'' tide of 1st S
in the same division was also sold for" J3,.
500. The latter is on the corner of Wind
tor and Ripley streets.
II. II. Hints, trustee, sold a partof
lots 2, 3. 4 and S of Bouchelle's addition
flo Mary Hall for $1500. The lots are
on College avenue and Lee street near
I Wilson avenue.
DALTON COAL COS
Dealers in Be&t Grade Illinois (m
No. ,13 N. Fourth Phone 104il
Fret? Lecture on
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE '
By Clarence W. Chadwick, C. S. B., of Omaha, Neb.
Member of the Board of Lectureship of the Mother
Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston,
Hall Theatre, Sunday, 2:30 p. m.
DEC. 12 The 'public is cordially invited to attend
They Baked du
MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE ( I
J Wilkes Boalcvard.
Suidjv school at 9:30 a. ci. Preaching
by pMor. the I!-v. J. . MelsT, a 11
a, as, mi 7-30 p in. Lpuortii Leagur
. te.ti,ninl, at 0.30 p. m. Prayer roeei-
V.edC-.tiv wgws t 730
coriially invtted tn a!'
-3T frUv tec:an.
, .;' f . Dr. . A. Black. patOnr . f the F;-t
' C JPfbyterian Charth of Lawrencfi Kan-
?&&$ IBiarti- at the owning and even-
jlifi Mtvices 10:15 a. m. and 7:30 p. n.
' . Ajl the member of the ongregation
wJitoy: urged t') be preent and to bring
Sheir friends. Sunday scIkwI at 9:45
C Dnwlc) left )eierdav morning for
Qiarles Rees left jelerday to spend
a few davs in St. Louis.
souri conference of tbe Educational Com
mission in Moberly Thursday.
E. M. Carter left yesterday for Kan
s Tity to attend an educational meet-
Mrs. Kcnyon Harmon left esterday for
Slaysville to visit until after the holidavs
witli her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Robinson went
,. f . Ir. . i . i .1 r
Iu tciuiaiia jcicruay 10 anenu me lun
cral of Sirs. Creay.
I MiVes Virginia Palmer and Mildred
I lav left jestcrday for St. Louis to spend
i- w -i-"d wiih fri-rds.
fJ. K Dunh'.ic, 600 Cor'ioy avenue. I
4one to Salisbury veterdav on busioe.
1 ilir. K M EmDcrsiii jut-nl.tl ilte M.
Ir vVtlliam Ihmws r-iirrned tj Ma.
hall Fndav after visung Dr. A. W.
"l-V!I's;er. While in Columbia. Doctor
'tiii Wt"d the uriversity po'Jlry
iu.nJjy Srhool mert at 99.
iauie, orga.iaed e'ases a
that will plca? jejepupf. jSrwclsl pro.
i-in i- raaiic lot L ni.ri-iij Muucuis.
XlrctKKi of cers for lnirerily men
and lfmverit) women. "The Transfig-
fired Chrfc-t" will br the subject of the
n e school department of the Reming
ion Typewriter Compan) awards a ctr.
tificate to those who pass this tet. The
nevt le-t is the forty-word test for wliich
the company awzrds a tccrccco card case
i'i aJdition tu the certificate. The award .
t for the fiftv five-word test is a solid cold I
Coed n,MaI' "tule success in tue sevent)-wonl
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I'.' .:' ' DIAMOND
V- RINGS j
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; V ' BROOCHES , j
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V 813 Broadway. 1 I
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A Dream ....Charles Hackett
Loe's Garden of Roses
Rose in the Bud, Louis Graveure
I Love You Sunday (Fox Trot) . . . .Ted Lewis Jazz Band
The Hula Blues (Fox Trot) Ted Lewis Jazz Band
Anj Time; Any Way, Anywhere (Fox Trot)
Art Hickman's Orchestra
You and I (Fox Trot) Art Hickman's Orchestra
SCOTT'S BOOK SHOP
Our ancestors baked their bread on ttel
hearthstone. The crust was hard and black, manyf
times the bread was soggy and sour due to tho lacii
of proper facilities to take care uf it.
Today we buy our bread from the baler bel
cause it is easier, more economical, and the flavor I
is. equal to that famous bread that mother used tof
Columbia Maid Brea
Is baked in a sanitary shop with, all the skir
that it ist possible for a baker to have. " ?
Al your grocer's
Columbia Maid j
the bread ihai makes mother GLA1
uiuuiuia aKing o.t
absolute accuracy let results ia the
award, of a new typewriter.
'Misfe Frances Cunningham of'Stcphens
Ccllege left vesterday for Kansas Gt)
to'speml the week-end witli her parents.
The will of Caroline "Byers, negro, was
i min by the pa.-tor. Special I tied io the Probate Court late esterda
BythrchoirT!everen3 J."D. Ran-af ternoon.' It proviJcVTEat all her prop-
erty snau o' to" her daughter," Ella JacV
wn. who is named as "executrix withoir
delphj patKvrvfiriil-preach-Jif the- Evening
tervicc from the theme: Jfe- Are the Salt
oPThe EaftHr"Coniregatipnal singing
2 CLUB PAYS 252?
55 CLUB PAYS $25G&0M
SLNDAY DINNER WITH
-MAKES SUNDAY A BETTER DAY
WE HAVE A LARGE VARIETY OFFLAV
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PLEASE CALL US BEFORE
11 A. M.
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HKBHrarWJitoBHWrAvV m I Ul JMWm tho Psit the same araount each week- 0r yu bsgn with a certain amount, 50c, S1.00, $5.1
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SirSBiEtffeMSu ,-S "HM Club
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Look at the different Clubs in table below and select the one you Trish to join, tiej
lc2c, 5c 10c. 50c. S1.Q0. S5100 or anv nf tliA 'r.1.il. .!, , t ... R-,1- ,'il, ikM
JOLUIV lO L"ntxy iiaymcnu we win maKe you a member ot the Club and give you a Uinst-l
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Jt cosU nothing to join and is an easy way to accumulate money
WHAT THE DIFFERENT CLUBS WILL PAY Y0U
Every onncc of HP Flour is real flour rich in food
valuo and uniform in quality.
Our selection of only the best wheat raised in Boone
.COUntV anj OUT SlKlnil rtf milKnn .n .1- w r.n.M. lt,n n.n,,-
.facturc ot this hupremely tatisfactory flour.
"u.vluax,n Ior 3I6 ny au grocers or cau mo. V
Boone County Milling and Elevator Co.
1st week lc
2nd week 2c
3rd week 3c
Increase every week
by lc Total in 50
1st wjsek 2c
2nd week 4c
3rd week 6c
Incrc .se every week
by 2-- Total in 50
1st week 5c
2nd week 10c
3rd week ...... 15c
Increase every week
by 5c. ToUtl in 50
1st week 10c
2nd week 20c
3rd week ...... 30c
Increase every week
by 10c. Total in 50
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1st week 50c
2nd wecK 50c
3rd week 50c
Deposit 50c every
week. Total in 50
1st week $1.00
2nd week ....$1.00
3rd week ....$1.00
Deposit every week
SI. Total- in 50
PAYMENTS " '
1 week $5.00
2nd week.... $5.00
3rd week $5.00
Depsit every week
So. Total in 50 weeks
You Can Bejm With the Largest Payment First and Decrease Yom Payments Each Week,
The lleasons for the Club
To (provide a w..j for . w of moderate and even small means to bank their money.
To leach "the bdvii-s h. !'l" to' those who have never learned it.
To give young folks a '.ctical education about money by showing them that if
they give up the little things 'ey want today, they cjn get the bigger things later.
lo gte jou a "bank cc jclion ' and s'ao-.v )ou how our bank can lw of service to
Who Gets the Money You Earn
MoneV SDent is mnnnv rnn Tn... D 1J : c i-.ti-v
t, ' i. A - i , -.""i"". '" i& money aavnu. j
It isn t the money you make that counts, but the money yod'save, and there is wT
better wav to acouire a hant nrwv.m. !, i.- ::: i '.' '. . . -i
aci' ,,, rr-.-yrt.i.jF juiuuig uur nnsimas camang Uun.
i...,iiM.:anJMSCaltI,yma" "gothisstart'-hc will tell -you thai he saved aH
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, to our Mart. Octittotlay Come in and join our Christmas Banking Club.
tLAksUAflilrti NATIONAL B
Makers of Red Ring Feeds.
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