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THE COLUMBIA EVENING M1SS0UKIAN, TUESDAY, OCTOBEK 10, 1922
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I System Originated by Elenien-
tary School at.M. U. Is
j Praised by Columbia
LIFE LESSONS ARE USED
Missouri School for Deaf at Fill
y ton Sends Fie Teaeli
3 er. Here to .Make
1 Study of It.
U Hie facIiTS from thf Mi-fcouri SchKI
Sfar lh' Iaf rre in Columbia Ist Mon-.
(tilav frt li.if tfi. P!mtlir rIlKI ami to
, . ... ...... , ------ -
tudv iIk- Menara 'Vftcm uf hilucation '
lt in thfir plan to introduce litis .trra
ir thf wh'v' M f'i'ron a much pf-
iriblc In commenting on ilia vork f
ft'fKl. J. L. ..ciuai, -ii fij.I.r Jara-on, i
i instructor in th" rtimar ilrpartment if
the necessity for going out into real life
and Eettine materials needed for school
The National Society for the Study of
Education, in its twentieth jearbool, has
collected several hundred uggetions
from many teachers a to ho various
phages of public school oik can meet
present day need. Eiamination shows
out of school for work in chool. In the
Among the People of This Vicinity
was formerly the pastor of the Christian
.Mrs. Robert Reed is 'pending this week
Pep Meeting at Ashland School.
A short talk by a member of each
clas in the Ashland High School was
gien in the high rhol auditorium Fri-ion the farm and attending the meeting
da, at a pep meeting for the iia'kethall at Olhet.
these teachers are collecting work game that the Ashland Eagle were to. Joe young. a student in the Universit
f school for work in chooI. In the p!a with Harri-burg. The sneakersi!; 10 lt Columbia, spent the week-
initial stages, outside material is u-edjlrom trie .unerent cu were: senior, em ;,h jjrjjnt Page.
l t r . . ir.r I - . !!. I Htruul nininr llnr ril!
a minrwn m i famine iraiimonai oik . ." -.i. j- -...... ,
PLAY HEADING IN ONE
CLUB KEQUIItES NO STAG
Section of Dramatic Arts Organiza
tion Interprets Leading I'lajs
ful alignment of parts to the different '
member-. Each reads and -tudies lii
part and interpret1- it in hi- own way.
A no -tape mechanic- are emplojed. 1
the ie i- the important agent of ex
pression. A majorit of tl.e brier written p!a
hae been read in thi- organization in
Among them hae
Tenth Year Hers
EIrira Bldg. Phone 2.S.
Called for and delivered.
Call 1S20 cr C22
in school but the traditional w.irk i-, sophomore. Dennis Crump; and frIi
' . .. . ... . . i . l :- f I... .....
)jrjding to thr more laluauie sluu oi
life artiitie- out of -chool.
In Gilumbia, the Elementry School has
been adtrcating thi work for the pa-t
Iwt-Ite or fiflrf-n jrar and ha lieen one
t of the leader- ill the moement to de
This organization is
play reading section
man. Joe Sjpp. Mann Murphy, cap- an, ri. Lo Wrgrncr at dinner Si
tain of the Urts athletic a--iciation, I Jj.
also said a few words of encouragement
to the tram. It was a disappointment to
th Nhool when it wa- decided later
that the game could not lie pla)ed lie-
selop the rltild along normal line,
work lia lieen er succe--ful.
Tliecau-e tif rain.
Qiristian College News
Mr. and Mr. Clarence ISrulon of Siles
ton and the Iie. Walter M. Hauhalter
were gue't at d.'nncr la't night.
The I'hi Thela Kappa tea, which wa
to have lx-en given 12 Sunday afternoon,
j To .Make a Community Survey,
i Prof. Owen Unwell, of the rural life
'department of the College of Agricul
ture, went to Ashland eterda to make
arrangement- tor a cmniunit ure in
cooperation with the ela- in sociology
at the Ashland High S-hool. The rural
In the Dramatic Arts Club there
exists a section which exact no memon
work, needs no costume- and rrnuire. no the la-t two jear-
been L'nnkwaters Aliratum Lincoln. ,
known a, the Fu?ene 'ei"'!' "'f5"ni ,i.,.I,or:;
of ihe rir,,,; " tn' -iauamr. u...u.i.
Mr. and Mr-. Joe Baumjartner enter- a r;..t. .n.l :, .t;,-.l i n.. "Tche llundreil a Year," and "Alice-'
tained Mr. and Mn. O. D. Meyer and Mr. ' t , . n.!! former .f ,.( ;.,ln. Sil-I-Tlie-Rre." I
It lias a membership of alm.i-t 250,
mi.., ..f .. Ii..n. n.u fXtl,.- fi.tt all .a
Iai.v-l Ul ni.'lll dtv invuili tu. .t.-.
affiliation with the Dramatic Art Club
iiiti.tii t.tlli smiL tlivm nkmTira j.f
Mi-s Catherine Dullard is attendine .1.: :... .:.. 11 ... r:.
11111 piiiiivuiii. -vti. dttfuu 1 " i j -t ....
ttf thee, however, Wong onl) to the deception for Uniierily Women.)
Ia"'"r- , The Columbia diwmn of the Ameri-I
The play reading section was orgsn- ran A nciation of Lnier-it women wi.l'
il before the Dramatic Arts Club a llot,i a reception for new meml-er- at ,
estdhli-hed and lu- two ohiect-: to 3.7a ..Vluck Thur-dav aftrnunn at.
The fir-t meeting of tl.e jear will be
heM vime lime this month, and although
definite arrangement'Iiaie not ct been
made, the neit pla In Ie read will proli-
ablv lie "The Fir-t Year,' In Frank 1
-ociolog) cla-s under E. L. Morgan.
the College of Agriculture, will
Stephens College in Columbia.
Clifton Nichols of Columbia vi-iteil
here Ial week.
Mr-. Nan Jones from Oklahoma is the
gue-t i-f Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Martin.
Mr-. Victoria HI; the went to Kan-a-Gtv
Tue-!av to visit relatives.
Mr. Mary Martin and daughter, Joella,
I ha- been po-lponed until October 13. AtlA-hland to work witli
f ;vi-iteil relatives near Clavsville last week.
tol I lark iirawner of Cabool, Mo., was
Hie .-ilissoun stnooi tor me neai, 'am, .i,m. ,i, m,mi, ,.r pi,: Tt,-?, VT-.,,
"I am very enthu,iatic over the Meriam ( pj uiU ho.tr , ,h f3tuly and the
idea of iilucation. When in G.lumlna ,I1nor .tudrn airi,,;dn CoII,.e.
l'nivers.t, .ew- Jorl. 1 itv. tat summer. ... , , uim;Uu- na,.0,,i ,,,
11 was referred to the Meriam scbi
J the model of its kind. I think
Supply much of it in our work
I of the Y. W. C. A. for college, spoke at
the work in the I niversit) High School
and Elementarv School, has recently re-
turned from California and the .North
west where he ha- spent the past ear.
He gave two sen'-- of lectures in Mali
"I find evidence of a marked tcmlencv
to put normal life into our curricula,""
said I'rofe or Meriam. "and I liebeve
the dav is loming when our school- will
stud) the proLlems iif actual life in
stead of the excrci-e', of the traditional
chool. The dav of the three H" as
uch, is pa-ing. Tliere mu-t be training
Propoition Will Cost $30,000.000
To He Finished in 1927.
Cr Vnitti Pren.
1 Cliicsxu, Oct. 10. Th entire subur-
in as many normal activities as pos-ible. j ban sv-tcm of the Illinois Central Rail
The modern siliool mu't meet the needsjruad out of Chicago will he electrified
of moilern people." ' b 1927, Charles N. Markham, pre-ident
rrofesor Meriam im-n told ct a tourth 0f the road has announced.
Igrade teacher in a. Diego. Calif, who I T,,e ,.,..,. 1.,, 2cet.IeJ ,he com-
liad hrr class tud the oil mdu-trv a a phtrd 1hns m ,he llan,r anJ fclA ,ia.
part of the course in p-ography. Jb'reI)WI1 MartfJ on xhe irj(.CI A Umil is.
was an exhibit of different kind, of oils" SU(. of $30,000,000 wa- recmtlv floated
dernck, and picture' 01 well-. I lie stu-,l0 financ. ,,1(. iion iarlham al.
urnis v.ere a-trw-ii in
itli the high hool j ptr-t at the home of Mr. and Mr. Klyj
. A -une of civic J Bnn-pgar recer.ll.
He Can j .L T-1flr rlian-! r.f riiriti.in Csrr
. t- 1. .! - -n J- " -
I fill On. . frt,I-, lJtfc IlirrtiltnnV DiKiiVf V'-sje TTi Illlikit. it.rj-iifir.n rtn.l L.lin Hi.
1 iiifi.n iiist 1.1 miinin kiiriit-i v.ii.
Prof. J. L. Meriam. who lias charge of.pn,i:,. ,.1 i,-
Mis- Julia Hamilton will lie the honor
guet at a dinner party tonight given bv
President and Mr. Edgar D. Lee. The
other gue-t- will nclude Mr-. Edith Jone-,
I Mr. Marion . llertig. Thelraa Lnder-
I doow. pre-ident of the student council.
and Sarah bbott, pre-ident of the Y. Yl.
RAILROAD TO IiE ELECTRiriED.
lacation Mr-. C C Pauley and Mr-. Maggie O.
Nichols went to Fulton last week to at
1 lend n street fair ifi.,.-
A. C. McKibbin Speaks at Ashland, j The women of the Methodist church
A. C McKibbin. president of the Cap-' will give a tacky party for the benefit of
the general church fund next Saturdav.
vi-. -ecretarj of the association. poke Uitre-hments will be served.
to the people of Ahland at Fraternity j Hubert Sidney Martin and Miss Mar)
Hall last Saturdav on the subject of thejE. Willis of HalUville were married at
improvement of the highwa) from Jef- lb borne of the Rev. S. S. Keith at 8:30
ferson City to Columbia through A-Ii-' ""dock lat Fridj) evening.
land. Ihev a-ked for the co-operation of A ba-ketball game between the Ash-
the citizen- and told of benefit- that A-h-1 '3ni' ES" aid Sturgeon la-t Wednesday
1 . 1. , . .... .
land would receive. The) were heartilv 1 " in a tie. M to 2'j. the two.
team will play in October at Ashland. I
1 The tam will . t Mukane Oclolier U
faniiliarizc the reader with the good
p!av which have i3il long and sucie
ful runs in New York and London, and
tu cultivate a better appreciation of
worth-while pla)-. It therefore deal-
especially with the more recent plavs.
although some time has been given to
The manner of procedure is rather in
formal. Although comim-ed mainly of
members inlere-ted in the Dramatic Arts
Club, am one but a student who is in
tere-led in play reading i- eligib'e y
member-hip. The section meet- oice a
month for the reading of a plav. Mi--Dudley,
a- director, -elect- the pla) n
be read for the )ear and apjHiints a
lasting committee wtncli makes a care.
(ohimbia Hall. Stephen- College. I'lan
for the state meeting to Le 1'd here
October 20 to 21 will lie di-cu-ed.
24 S. 9th.
Ross-Kinloch Hat Shop
11 North Tenth Street.
Columbia, Mo., Oct. 10, 1-02
You know everybody really ap' .'
ciates good millinery. That's why c'.e
Elzee hat is so easy to sell. It has re
value, more style and less price.
We are "receiving- new patterns eve
day and do not want you to miss see'rr ;
one of them.
Aunt Alice and Inabc!.
Robert Reed shipped ho,;s ve-terday.
Archie Mcllarg spent Sundav at home.
Mrs. Jame, Reed iient Sundav at the
Mr. Mord Lvne- vi-ited relative in
town la-t Thur-dav.
I Howard Mcllarg had a birthdav and
donated 10 cent- to the Sunda) -chj(d.
Ixland Lv n lii.(v(-.l in a car of cattle
Mct of the farmers in thi- community
AT THE HOSPITALS
tudvin" the .; i "---." , -I win nni-ii H.wing wneat tin. week.
luu?,Me llr L,, i.iH that the fremlit &emee ni.rlli of t i , ...
,,i. industry they forgo, the geograph) j 1!wfIt rua(J ,,, eWtrifieJ ft !- - -n - "
for whith the oil indu-!rv lieeame
more valuable -ub-titute. I
Prrfessi-ir Meriam al-,i told of a fifth
grade eachr in Detroit. Mich, who!
wanted to intere-t her pupil- in arith-j
metic. A viaduit was about to be built j
a-ross the I). troit river. The teacher had
her pupils figure out the length, height, '
eo-t of various material, amounts of
material and toll cot. Then in the
manual training cla. a miniature via-
luct wa- ron-triKtid. rithmetic !o-ti
(its prominence in that da'-. I See the
Profes-or .Meriam believe, that the tra- Brunswick-
ditional subject- are not meeting our in- Co.
tcre-ts. ls-ons trom actual hie are J ..m
found In lie very valuable and very interesting.
Prof. Frank Kibbil! of the I niversitv
of Giirago, in advising duinges in the
kIhmIs Of Ijis ngele-. li-t- I.fUXl fill
jectives lor scIiiMiN to ai-iomplish
Among these are phv-ica! efficient), ef
ficient ritirensliip. social coutatts and
relations, practical labors -uth j- mend
ing chair leittom- and other furniture.
operation and fare of eleitric lighting.
planting and care of a lawn, earing for
potted flowers and plants and dipoal
of ruhbi-h. Such work as this -ati-fie
Real Estate Transfers
J. T. Mitchell and wife to J. 15. and
Mar) A. lilanton, Lot-. 3 and 4, block
6, Centralia, $800.
Jewett C Phillips and wife to Thom
as Robnett, East part Lot 109, Columbia,
new York model Console
-only $130.00. Ta)lor Mu-ic
Sweat Baths, Massaging
For Your Health
Virginia Bldg. Phone 1941
05ce hours 8:3012; 2-6; 7-10.
Will D)-art attended the fair al Fulton
Mr. and Mrs. Ladel and son, Thomas,
'pent Sunday with the Mcllarg f31r.il.
Mr. and Mr'. Leland L)ne- were the
gue-ts of Mr. and Mr-. Joe L. I.yne- Sun
tla. The Reverend Wilkes will leave Friday
for Sweet Springs, Mo., where he will
vi-it Dr. and .Mrs. Jarvi. Mr. Wilke-
I Tho-e admitted to Parker Memorial
1 bo-pital sestcrda) were: Mrs. Helen j
1 Kamp-chmidt. Mi Mary Sheets, Albert
' Rowlan. Ij.renz.i Do)el, Lrm M. Ilowat.
Harriet Meranda, Ernest Fi-her, Allinel
niitli, Ethel E. Waile. Jane Knloe, lj.i-
E. Poimlextir and Deane A. Mi Gird.
J Tho-e di-charged were: Mr. Lawrenie
Craig. Albert . Zaph. Katherine Col
1 lin-. Charles Calle-on and Mae Kuhne.
I The-e patients were admitted to I'ar-
kir Memorial Ho-pital this morning:
Wilbur Lander-. Leonard W. Caddum.
Jo-ephine Smith, Mildred Scott and
Mr-. Nan Ingold, 200 Thill) avenue,
wa- li-ehargeI )e-lerday aflerni-on.
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