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title: 'The Columbia evening Missourian. (Columbia, Mo.) 1920-1923, October 20, 1922, Last Edition, Page PAGE TWO, Image 2',
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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN; FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1922'
Missouri State Nurses' Associa
tion Convenes Here Jjext
HAS ELABORATE PROGRAM
Addresses to Be Made by Local
Persons Wabash Will
About 100 dflegalrs are rjpected to
ittend the fiitecnth annual cumentioD
f the .Missouri State Nurses .A-ocia
lion, which will be held in Columbia
next Tuesila), Wednesday and ThurJa
A program including aried entertain
ment lia bet-n protiilnl for the the three
Interspersed ttith the social functions
will come the business sessions of the
association which haie been arranged
under the following program:
8 a. m. to 4 p. m. Registration of
nurses and iitors.
9 a. m. Board meeting.
10 a. m. Imocation b) the Rev. Wal
ter Haushalter; addre-s of welcome by
President J. C Jone of the Uniiersityr
address of welcome to Columbia It. L.
Hill, president of the Commercial Club;
response, Mi-9 Mary Stephenson, R. N,
superintendent of the School of Nurses
St. Louis; president's address by Miss
Mance Taylor; "The IWses Dynamic,
hi -Mis3 Jessie Ilurrall; officers reports
report of the delegate to national conten
tion. b Mis Mance Ta)Ior.
12:15 p. m. Adiiory council lunch-
ron at the Daniel Boone Taern.
2 p. m. Tour of inspection of the
Uniiersit), Mrs. Sadiee llausmann, II
6 p. m. Picnic supper sened by the
students in the Home Economics depart
ment of the University at the Home Ec
9 a. rn. Unfinished business; View
business; report of educational director,
.Miss Harriett L. P. Friend, N. R.
10 a.m. Prnate duty section. Miss
Mary Rjnders. chairman; Priate
Nursing and the Public SeneiL" Mr-. J.
C Parrisli; "Unitertit) Extension Ser
lice and Its Relation to Health," Miss
Es-ie M. Hyle; "Co-operation in Main
taining Standards of the Law, Miss
Harriett L. P. Friend.
.12 Noon Round table. Nurses Out
door Club, Miss Florence Peterson, R.
1 p. m. Meeting executive board.
2 p. m. Business meeting of public
health nursing section, Jliss Grace
Anderron, chairman ; discussion of N.
O. P. H. N. plan for state; organiza
tion for public health; election of of
ficers; reports of districts.
2:30 p. m. Public health nursing
section. Miss Janette Flanagen, chair
man; "Child Welfare WorL in Poland,"
by Miss Mary E. Stebbens; "Sheppard
Towner Bill. Its Application to Mis
souri," by Miss Alma Wretling, R. N-;
"Public Health Nursing in a Rural Dis
trict, by Miss 01ie Chapman, IL N.;
"The Function of the Nurse in the Uni
ersity Extension Senice," by Miss
Saidee Hausmann, R. N. Discussions by
Miss Elizabeth Payne, R. N, and Mis.-.
Gladys Blume, R. N.
i p. m. Tea, with women of Colum
bia as hostesses, at the Daniel Boone
4:30 p. m Round table nf public
bealtli, "School Nursing," Miss Mary J
Heitmann; "Bedside Nursing." Mrs.
Lottie Bennett. R. N.; "Tuberculosis
Nursing and Supervision, Miss G. I
Anderson, R. N.; "Child Welfare," -Miss
M. E. Retzbach, R. N.
4:30 p. m. Round table, private duty.
Men and Women
Miss. Mary Rynder, R. N chairman;
"Striving for Higher Stakes," Miss Olga
Wiegman, R. N.; ten minute papers for
discussion on other topics.
8 p. m. Opening session with Dr. Guy
L. Noyes presiding. Address by Dr.
Frank Nifong; "What Has Bee"vAccom
plisbed in the Constitutional Convention
by the Committee on Public Health and
Welfare," b) Mrs. Walter McNab Mil
ler; "Review and Critique of the Re
port of the Rockefeller Foundation on
Nursing Education," Dr. Richard Olding
Beard, University of Minnesota; discus
sion, opened by Miss Helen Woods, R.
N. Following this there will be an in
formal reception by the Boone County
Medical Society and their wives.
9 a. m. Unfinished business; new
business; election of officers; report
central directories St. Louis Kansas
Cit. Springfield and St. Joseph; reports
of the American lied Cross in .Missouri,
by Miss Emma Warr, R. N and Miss
Alary Coleman; report of hi-tory of
nursing in Missouri, by Miss Charlotte
B. Forrester, R. N.; reports of the at'
filiation of National Federation of Worn-
en's Clubs, Miss Harriett L. P. Friend,
R. N.; reports of the stale conference
on s,cial welfare, Mis Mabel Gray, It
IS'.; "The Trend of Nursing Education,
Miss Carol L. Martin. Chicago.
12 Noon Rotary Club luncheon at the
Daniel Boone Tavern.
1:30 p. m. Minutes of the previous
meeting; unfinished bu-iness; new busi
2 p. m. League session. Miss Eleanor
Keeley presiding; report of the secre
tary; unfinished business; new business;
election of officers. t
2:30 p. m. "Things Other Than
Facts That Should Be Taught .'urs"
Charles Philpott, Junior Gillege, Kan
sas Gt; "The Nurses in Public Health
Work," Dr. Mazjck P. ltavcnel, U. S. r.
It. S.; "Laboratory Methods Applied to
Teaching Nursing Practice," Miss Helen
Farnsworth. R. X, Jurior College. Kan
4 to 5 p. m. Tea at Read Hall with
women of tlie University as hostesses.
7 p. m. Executive board.
8 p. m. State League Round Tab'e.
Miss Harriett L. P. Friend, chairman,
"Opportunities Open to Nurse Education
by the State Teachers' College, Kirks
ville," Miss Emma Louise Mohs, R. N.;
"Value of Institutes for Graduate
Nurses, Mis, Helen Woods "Better
Preparation of Nurses for State Board
Examination." Mi-s Chailotte B. Forrest
er. Uriel discussions on me lonunuig;
Value of Social Director for Schools
of Nursing"; "Crading Schools ot
Nursing"; "Student Government."
The convention headquarters will be
at the Daniel Boone Tavern. The
Wabash Railroad will run special pull-
mans from St. Louis and Kansas City
Monday, these to make the return trip
Thursday evening after all of the busi
ness is over.
All of these .sessions are open to the
public. The discussions are all limited
to five minutes.
D. D. Rice left this morning for Halls
ville. C S. Woodruff left for Cenlralia this
Miss Sallie Elkins left for St. Louis (
this morning for a short visit. j
Mr. and Mrs. C. C Realty left for Mcx-,
ico this morning for a week's vi-it.
Mi-. June Tyler vunt to St. I-ouis yes
terday afternoon. j
Mrs II. A. Ilarned returned yesterday .
to her home at Kansas City.
C A. Cilbert went to St. Louis voter-
day on business.
John E. Davenport left yesterday for
Chicago to sjxnd the week-end.
Mrs. G. W. Schivalie and son. Max.
went to Kansas Litv this morning to
pend the week-end.
Mrs. S. It. Spurgeon and Mi- B. Ter-
rill went to Cenlralia this morning to
spend the day.
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Ray returned
to their home in Callatin this morning
after visiting in Columbia.
Mrs. George R. Barker and daughter
Margaret returned to their home at Kirks-
vil'e this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Rex P. Barrett left for
AT THE HOSPITALS
Those discharged Wednesday were:
Arnold Klerame. Myrtle Walters Eu
genia Dodd and Ruth Chambers. Miss
Dewey Shickles was discharged this
Those discharged today were Alma
Rice, Hulda Kleeman and Selby Swift.
The W. T. C. U. women will have xt
rummage sale tomorrow at Wilhite Feed
Siore on North 8th Street. Adv.
Used Car For
good running condition
Oakland Six Touring
Cook Bros. Motor Co.
Phone 778 N. 7th St.
Kenneth Aleek went'to Bowling Green
W. J. Pollard went to Kansas City
this morning to visit over the week-end.
Miss Irma Bewyer went to Kansas
City this morning to spend the week
end. Miss Mildred Walker went to Han
nibal this morning to spend the week
end. C A. Fulker-on and R. A. Baldry
went to Kansas City this morning to
G. E. Dennis and II. L. Goodwin went
to Kansas City this morning to spend
Carl Bolte. a student in the Universi
ty, will addre-s the Young People's Con
ference held by Protestant Sunday
schools at Meximi, Friday evening. His
subject will be "Dates and Dalers."
Miss 1-ouise Dudley, who was a fresh
man in the University, left thursday to
return to her home in Miami, Okla.,
with her mother, who was visiting her
at 216 Hilt street. Miss Dudley will til
ler the University of Oklahoma.
MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE
Chicago today pn business. They expect
to attend the Chicago-Purdue football
S. C Collins, who has been visiting his
brother, J. C Collins for the past two
weeks, left this morning for his home in
Certral Point, Ore.
Mr. J. L. Hamilton, who has been vis
iting her sister, .Mrs W. M. Eagan, re
turned to her home at St. Louis yester
Mrs. Wilmot Willets left for her home
in Kansas Gty- jesterday. Mrs Willets
'has leen attending the King's Daughters
and Sons convention.
Mrs. W. W. Williams and Mrs. J. G.
Uvingston left yesterday for their home
at Mexico- They had been attending the
convention of the King's Daughters and
Mrs. Paul E. Coil, who has been a
guest of Miss Eva Johnston while attend
ing the King's Daughters and Sons con
vention, rtturned yesterday--to her home
Mrs C F. Johnson and Mrs. S. M. Ha
san, win have been attending the King's
Daughters ami Sons convention, returned
to their homes at Mexitti yesterday. Mrs
Hasan was the guest of Mrs Walter
Miller. . ,
C. W. Kelchum and his daughter. Miss
Bess Kelchum, went to Monroe City yes
terday to am ml the funeral of J. II. Jett.
Mrs. Tom Hook and Mrs. W. R. Sal-
lee, who had been attending the King's
Daughters ami Sons convention, returned !
to their liouit- at Mexico yesterday.
GIVE FOX AND GOOSE CHASE
Each Class Performs at Girls' Ath
letic Association Party.
The Girls Athletic Association of the
Columbia High School gave a fox and
gooe chase at 3 o'clock this afternoon.
The chase ended with a weiner roast.
B. F. FORBIS, D. C Ph. C.
Three-Year Palmer Graduate
Office 516-18-20 Guitar Building
OSce, 1822; Res, 1538-black
Each class performed with a stunt andj
the class which had the best stunt wasj
given a prize.
IS J I
Neatly and Quickly
We call for and deliver
"See 'em Swim"
'Just the thing for a
late lunch at night.
Open 'till 1:30 a. m.
205 S. Ninth
At The Purple Parrot
Saturday Night, October 21
An Enjoyable Place to Spend the Evening.
A beautiful 14 room house, fine for fra
ternity or sorority. Cheap if sold at
once. Weathers Really Co. Phone 27.!
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will be at this store
Casing and Tube
Starter and Generator
Before You Retire for the Winter
Miller Regular Cords
A regular size cord with the Wedge Tread
at a lower price than the geared-
to-the-road oversized cord,
yet with Miller
30x3 at $12.50
Other sizes in proportion.
Cox Bros. Service Station
Willard Batteries and Service
Battery Recharging- Rental Batteries
The Dance Music of The Month!
Columbia Record ,Artists typifying the CT-erflowinj
exuberance of youth and happiness.
A-3697 Coal Black Mammy (St. Heilier) Fox-Trot.
Kildir ElLin-T Oirhestri
Tempting (Gumble & Monaco) Fox-Trot
Eddie I'lLins Orchestra
A-3693 Don't Bring Me Ponies Uto-c.) Fox-Trot
Frank Vttphal and His Orchestra
State Street Blues (Thomjison & Williams) lux-Trot
Frank Wc-lp'tal and His Orennua
A-3693 Mary Ellen (Simon & Berg) Fox-Trot
ICav Miller and IIi$ Onlittn
Wholl Tale .My Place (When I'm Cone). tFazu.li Fox-Trot 5
Kay .Miller and Jli Uftlirsua
A -3639 Suzanna (Davis & Gottjer) Wait. Prince's. Orclietra
Wonderful You (Edwards) Fox-Trot. Hay Miller & Orclu
A-3681 Thru' the Night. (Logan) Waltz. Prince Dance Orchestra.
Love Lament (Piquet) Waltz. Prince's IXmce Orchestra'
A-3694 I'll Stand Beneath Your Window 'Tonight ard V.lii-tlc.
(Benson, Mcllugh,, Price) Comedian. Orch. Ace. Al Jo'simi
When You and 1 Were Young Magjie I'Ilcn (Trust S McHu-h)
Comedians. Orclu Ace. an !. Vhrnrt
Price 75c each.
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7-8 in.A-C Spark Plugs 40C
1-2 and 7-8 in. Simmons Spark
30x3V(: Oldfield Tirqs $7.90
Tube Repair Kits 25c
High Test Gasoline 21.8c
Auto Club Headquarters
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We have the well-known Prest-O-Lite
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1 prize to Womap sending in largest list.
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