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PACE TWO
THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, ' SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1920
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. BOONE COUNTY
SCHOOLS ARE
GIVEN HONORS
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Hid&rGrdve Is Recommend-
-"Sir -rr, fni- -?titf IiirftTirtr
'List Vawter to Stan
dard Class.
much Progress shown
Score by'Condition of Building
and 'Equipment, and by
Ability and Training
of Teacher.
Two more Boone County school bare
reeired",bonors.
. The Hickory Crore Schools, of school
district 52 his been recommended (04
the" Irate list of superior schools brCE.
JMorthcutt, countr superintendent of
schools; and the Vawter School, of dis
" tiict 64, has been recommended for the
list of standard schools.
The Hickory Cnne School was not on
the standard list until the beginning of
this school year. To be placed upon the
superior list a school must fulfill all the
requirements of a standard school, and
musVin addition comply with the follow
ing rules:
jThe teacher must have a first grade
certificate, or better. She must hare had
.a four-rear high school coure or its
eqatralcnt. Her salary must be at least
185 a month.
The schools library mul contain at
least '200 books.
There must be at least four community
meetings in the school district during
the year.
The schools must score at least 90 on
a chart which allow maximums of 20
points for condition cf the school budd
in-"l7 points for the condition of ap
Daratns and eauipment. 13 points for
grounds and outbuildings, 25 points for
the course of study, and 25 points for
the ability and training of the teacher.
Xliss Ethel White is teacher of the Hick
ory' Crore School.
In order to be recommended for the
standard list the Vawter School, taught
by- Miss Allie Crane, had to fulfill the
following- requirements:
At'Ieas" 100 volumes suitable for school
use must be in the school library. There
must be at least fifty agricultural bulle
tins.
The school must have at least an eight
months' term.
The teacher must have better than a
thirdJ grade certificate. She must take
part in teachers' reading circles, and
mut attend all county or township meet.
ings
The school "board must appropriate at
least's cents a pupil for the school li
brary, each year. It must attend the
school board convention.
' The state courts of study must be fol
lowed, and a program of recitations and
studies must be posted.
Instruction, organization, classification,
and discipline in the school must be satis
factory. The buildings and grounds must be
adequate, clean and sanitary.
Tbeheating system must provide for
circulation of air.
The school must score at least 80
points on the chart mentioned.
jThese are the provisions of the state
regulations. In addition, Mr. Norlhcutt,
requires, that erery standard school must
furnish the children with individual
drinking cups. He thinks it would be
a good plan to require the firming- of a
parent teachers association. Such an as
sociation was formed- at the Vawter
school a few daysago. .
- Children in standard and superior
schools are allowed to take their final
examinations in their' own schdoV building"-
, Children from otherjchools hart
to go to some' town where the examina
tions are held.
Boone County now has ten schools on
the superior list and twenty-four schools
on the standard list. ATI the suoerior
schools hare become so during this wbool
ear, as have eight of the standard
schools. Last year, JJrT l&rtncutt'a.fiW
year as superintendent, ten school, were
placed on the standad Bat. Before, that
lime tire" county hid only six sFandard
scnoois, ana no superior schools.
MORE.Y.M.C.A.'
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UNIVERSITY NEWS
Prof. A. W. Tavlor is out of tlv, elf.
lecturing in various .parts of the stale
He will return Sunday.
If. S. Hunter went to his home in
Owensville this morning to spend the holidays.
F. H. Miller, an instructor in electri
cal engineering, went to Kansas Gty
(his morning. '
Crace Dulaney. assistant club 'leader
of the agricultural extension service, will
spend Christmas at Slater.
F. L. """right, assistant leader of boys'
and girls' clubs returned to Cninmhts
Students May Apply at State
Headquarters oraY County"
,. Legion Post
, The war w6rk-of the Y. M. C A. is not
ever. What is left of the educational
JuMtwmbrJered!.,ti-sr-iBH,
Jthjcn can be'obtiined by, former aeiinee
Tnejj'oLBocne;l(jQifittjr and of .lie TJnIrer
L't- -- ,e f J it-
r A state officer of th Y. M. C A. -Ms
In Columbia this, xeeko arrange tjVfrrr-"
Tnag heae.ictolanhips.'iHe.jU jmttr.:
a tour of the"'. American Legion potta' of
the rourrry seat towns for .similar, pur-
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blank which can be secured from J. A.
Douglas, pOtt-cjBtnarleroflhe Amer
teal Legion, sottetinje oextweek, TTbe
dat?wrtrbian33uncedjsiter! , ,
pSSyABOUT PEOPLE I
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Mrs- Earl Monisjweju to-SuXonis this
morning' 19 visit her 'ialhtHand mother.
Mis.-J, D. Jameson flisgabe to St.
xxuis rouyisiiiaenos sor a. iciriiays.
MtssRoss Roscithal-will spend the
week-end ,& Slater. yf
EUHtdacielrStfLouU was in Co
lutnbiaryesterday 00 bastaesiA.
iL,M.Sleinabury went lo.Mcberly yes
terdlfjon business: l ' , -,
ill. ni-Mn. X. Ttllereait. returned
to .their home In Centralia today, after
visiting J, Freeman. ,v
Mra F. W.'Roblns lefFthis morninx
for her "home in Wllianrsburgj Pa, after
'When money for educational purposev visiting Iter son, WvJu.Rpbrn
was collected 6y tne I. At, W AOoang Mrs. Oeorge Hutchinson and daughter
the war, more was reeeiTed'thuCjlod of Macon City, JJL, are visiting Grundy
in Montgomery and St Louis counties.
Dr. feorge Leferre, chairman of the
department of biolorr- of the I'niveni'v
01 -irissourl. -uno has been ill at his home
for more thsn three weeks, met his class
es Tednesday for the first time since
late in November.
Lieutensnt Walter Drujg, a ocationar
student in the School of Business and
PubU; Administration, left Thursday
night for Palo Alto, Cab, to attend Ice
land Stanford University next term. He
came to the Unirrrsirr last June to take
business courses.'
Miss Crace Dulaney, assistant leader nf
boys' and girls' clubs is veiling Miss
Mamie Saropon of the Rocheport High
School and training demonstration teams.
From there she will go to Bowling Green.
to assist L. ii. Keiler,- county agent, at
a club leaders meeting.
been expended at the Umeef'the arntivl
.; Hi,-. 1-;-! 1 j.1 i J-
ike. irc fcmauiuia; innii uc urius, uc
toted to the education of former senlce
men who. can npt continue their Jfork
otherwise?
The money hu been distribnted among
he states by the national haadquarlers
of the Y. M. C.A, accprdJng."o the ptp.
nlatioa of the various, states andnhe
amount each state gave to the educa-
tionaUftmd. The state headquarters is
yeslenlay from vifitin; county nanti t distributing, the funds to the. counties In
i NEWS OF McBAINE
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Miss May Rader of Jefferson Gty
Tisiting relatives here this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Firmer, who
were married in Columbia last Saturday
are spending thtir honeymoon in iic-
Baine.
Mr. and .Mrs. G. M. lxton of Mober-
ly are visiting Mrs. Claxtons parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. C Canard, this week.
Miss Anna 5appington of Christian
College is at borne spending the holidays.
Thomas Sappington was in Columbia
Thursday on business.
Mrs. Fannie Richardson Tisited her
parents in Huntsdale Wednesday and
Thursday of this week.
Mrs. Wdthme Hancock visited friends
in Columbia Wednesday
Miss Jessie Richardson was in Colum
bia Tuesdsy on husine.
Miss Mattie Sappington was shopping
in Columbia Wednesday.
TEACHERS WANTED.
Teachers wanted for good positions of
all kinds, for the second semester in the
elementary and secctniary schools and
collges. We can get you a better povi
lion. Enrollment free. Cline Teachers
Agency, Exchange Natl Bank BIdg.
Phone 929. Adr-93
COLUMBIA ' I
THEATRE Dec23nl
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I"- SEAT SALE, DEC. 22. Prices: 50c to $2, plus tax II
, Augustus Pitou, Ind, Presents
THE DISTINGUISHED AMERICAN ACTOR ' I
1 "WALKER
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oca siL KiagiDKi's' oiiEn2)i
ROBLHT LOUIS STnrcNCOM'c
:Wtii msfrMimzym&wi mmGH-ssti mm?,
mmmmiim
(J'Superb Ncv YorK Cast.
1 Splendid Scenes
Note Mr. Wrt'iKM .' tt. nv will 3m nt
ithe Grand Theatre, Kansas City, week of Dec 26.
THIS IS NOT A MOVING PICTURE
Mr. Whiteside reoucsl flint all mtmnn he sftafed before
vrise of curtain at 8:15, owing to importance of prologue.
lire same way..
Any Boone Countv former service man
who .wants a scholarship should apply to
the local post of. the American Legion.
He must prove that he cannot finance
his studies without the scholarship. His
application will then be passed upon .by
a committee of fire members of the lo
cal post of the legion. The scholarship
will not .exceed J100.
'University students who served in the
war may obtain scholarships from state
funds. Their applications should be'
node through the American Eegjoir post
in their home county or town, ii such a
post has been organized. If not, they can
rile 'directly to the St. Louis headquart
ers, ibey also must prove their need
for the scholarships. A maximum of $75
will be awarded. The number of the
scholarships is practically unlimited.
Applications for both county and Uni
versity scholarships are to be made oh
JorfcU.
Mrs. E. M Carter went to Auxrasse
this morning to visif bet sister, Mrs.
Hughes TMaupby , . , v
MisSiKyhrine Edwards of Centralia
spentThursday evening sjub 'Mrs. M. T.
Robinson at 513 South Sirjh street.
Mr. 'and Mrs. Raymond Ceilings left
for -Princeton, Mo, this moraing-to visit
their parents. -
W. H Calvin, who ha! been, visiting at 1
his. old heme, near Ashland, returned to
his home in Kansas. Gty today.
E. C McCune wbajias been visiting
in Columbia, left yesterday or his home
in Denver; Colo.
The Rosenthal School of Commerce
closed for the holidays yesterday. Re
port cards were given to all the students.
The schooj will open January 3, 1921.
Ed J. Hannon, chief petty officer, -bo
has been in charge of (he loeal branch
of nary recruiting, returned to -St. Louis
yesterday. Hannon has. been is Colum
bia ilooking the towm over aa a prospec
tive locatijn for a Nary recruiting sta
tion. If the. Department.decides to open
a station here, Hannon will probably be
in charge of it.
THE SHORTEST DAY
SEEMS THE LONGEST
TO MANY COLUMBIANS
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The shortest day in the year is Tues
day, December 21. That is, it is the
shortest day, according to the astrono
mers, who bare, figured out aud can act
ually prove to you that on that uif the
sun, for some reason or other, will be
farther fromjhe earth than on any oth
er dxv on the calendar.
Bat all the astronomers and all the
customs of the sun added together can-
rot shorten that day for those hundreds
of students in Columbia who will hare,
finished their examinations and ate ready
to leave for home on the next day. Be
fore mxUtiall of that last day, which the
Astronomers claim Is going to be so short.
e'are sure that it will be no trouble
at, air to find students whe will snear
tat the hands on the deck never moved I
so slowly.
STUDENTS. ATTENTION!
See Bible College Schedule of Courses
in Diplay Ad on Page 5 of this issue.
adr.-94
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A scprefbfways to use bread.
It isotif BestfoodZ-eat thore ofit.x
Good-bread is an essential of every man's table. There
are many ways in which bread may be used: toast, pud
dings, and so on.
Cbrufiffifci Maid Bread
" Is a better bread, manufactured in a sanitary shofp that is
open to your inspection at all times. It contains only the
uest mgreuiems mat me marcei aiiorus anuis maae to sat
isfy our customers.
It is easly obtainable for it is to be had at any grocery
store in Columbia.
,
Columbia Baking Co.
"TKe breast that makes mother gldcF
Suits and Top
Goats Now
Made for As
As $50
"STV,
Materials are of our cLiIcest'ajf.'
tema. f"r J
Good fit and excellent workaai.
ship- gnaraateed. - j
I. WoHstitf
The Only Ladies' Tailor" lletwtta .
M. Louis and Kassu city.
Miller Bldg. Pboaa Mt-
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Visit Our
Chrilmas Floral Shop
STUDENTS. ATTENTION 1
See Bible College Schedule of Courses
in Display Ad on Page, 5 -of this issue.
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When We Come to Christmas
By
Dean Walter Williams
SUNDAY MORNING
AT THE BROADWAY ODEOfr
Be There Nine FoHy-ftve
i In appreciation of the splendid Missouri Spirit ,
I Daniel Boone Tavern I
I . serve - V.- HI I
Game. Dinner I
II ? ' to i III I
ii consisting of the season's choicest meats
SUNDAY.DEC 19, 6 to 9 P. M.' -
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in ' I It
1 - In the beautiful Mulberry Dining RoonrapprcrprN
ately arfangedlfolfuiei occasion. The-Tavern:or-
chestrawillplayispecial selections. '".". ir. '
( '. Mem
si:' i
B Rockaway Oysters on half shell
1 Salted Nuts Olives " Celery'." T-. I
B, Bisque oT Crawfish, Neptune ' H
H Pate of Game la GjurmanrT
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L Ro'ast'OsPdssum . v-eel-Pota'loes5 -
I Racoon' Bak -a Apples . ,,
Fried Rabbit, Soua -rn style " V. 1
fl . Candied-Yams Cjulio erauGratin;V M
H - -' '. ?- .4 , si - m
. Tomatoes la Pn'fc.ss ffl
. .. ,, H .
' III
'rt ' , Halquin tee Ci i:n "'. jfj.
I Mince Pie "Jr ' Ak'irted'&kViv'- ' I
D. rfV ' " l ' -tut? ' . HI
I . ' ' Coffee : I
rtrCo-IncSl
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Klii
ORDER
TOUR CHRISTMAS ICE
CREAM NOW
SPEOAL.ORDERS TAKEN
Central Dairy
DOT &PPINGTON. Frop. i
m,. ttia 6 N. 8th St.
CHRISTMAS TREES. PINE
AND CEDAR
Loose Delaware Holly with Berris
Red and green roping.
Southern Needle. Pines.
Southern Wild Smilax.
Poinsettia Flowers.
Mistletoe.
Cedar Roping.
WREATHS FOR XMAS DECO
RATIONS of every description.
Delaware Holly
Red Russus.
Magnoba.
Levcothe, etc
FANCY CORS.CES
Roseu
Sweet Peas.
Violets.
Lily of the Valley.
Orchids.
CUT FLOWERS
Roses.
Carnations.
Sweet Peas.
Violets'
Narcissus.
Lily of the Valley. ',
Easter Lily
Daisies.
Steria.
Poinsettias.
Calla Uly.
Snap Dragons.
BLOOMING PLANTS AND
FERNS
Fancy Cyctamens.
Begonias.
Boston Ferns.
Asparagus Ferns.
6prengeri Ferns.
Fancy Table Ferns.
Calla Uly.
Vincos, etc
BASKETS OF EVERT
DESCRIPTION
For plants and cut flowers.
Handsome plant stands and trays.
Fancy bird cages.
Fine canaries.
Cemetery roses.
In ordering cut Sowers we ask.
that your order be placed not liter
than the. 20th. as we cannot proatsc
anything definite atoc that date...
AH orders are numbered and
cared for in the order reccired.
No .Christmas dinner table is com-
plefe without a bouquet or pretty
blooming plant.
Columbia Floral Company
7th and Broadway Phone 366
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Christmas Suggestions
Christmas will soon be here and you may not know what to get
for mother, father, sister, or school pal. Before leaving for home come
down to our store. Here you will find many" things appropriate a's gifts.
A few app'ropriate gifts for Christmas:
Bill folds
Mesh Bags
College Jewelry
Christmas Cards
Kodaks
Books for the Kids
Writing Sets
Felt Pillows
Vanity Boxes
Leather Pillows
Missouri Pennants
and Banners
Eversharp Pencils
Table Lamps
Stationery .
Skins" of all Kinds ,
Conklin Fountain
Pens
Dolls'
Candle; Sticks
Picrure of Columns
Leather' Writing Cases
Framed Pictures
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Joe Janousek Mrt Shop
Virginia Buildng
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