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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, MONDAY, OCTOBEft 23, 1922
- Tvi nitrl TJonv Tnnvto CnuiitM
Head of M. U, Extension Di
vision Finds Poverty and
C II. MJ'iIliams, director of the Exten
sion DivUion of the Uniwrsily. lias Jut
returned from a tno months trip in Eu
ipe a delegate for the National Edu
cational Association to enlNt the co-operation
of foreign countries in a world-
Hide moement for a more unified pur
(tow in e-ducatiun.
J j minion included inlrrvIeninR the
ministries' of education ,and its prominent
leader ,in England, France, Cermany,
Helium, and CzeclWMnvaL.a. and seel
ing to liave thvir countries represented
In a orlJ conference of the N. E. A.
Each country expree-d its interest and
willingness to upport t.iejirojMed con
ference evctpt Germany.
Mr. Williams bald. "Although the lead
ers of education in Germany are for us
th teachers are poorly paid, and with the
tremendous fall in "the value of the Ger
man mark. It would he impossible for
them in partitipate."
Out of the man) objects for the world
conference, there are threyouletanding
cnr, ;aid Mr. William. "F1rl, it i
tlie desire of the conference Jo perfect a
wnrking'tor?anization and closer co-fipera-lion
aiming the teachers of t.iee coun
tries econu, to arrange for trie organ
isation of a Hurld'Ytide hureau for re
search and exclfanjre of educational Ideas
Third, to take Mep to encourage the
training of peace Let ween nations through
the nhool children.""
In Kjteaking, of conditions in general
i in foreign countries Mr. Williams said
there had not teen much improvement
since tho car ago when he was there.
Although the territory devastated during
the war is lieing improved, in all the
countries except Germany there is a great
deal of unempIoment and puiert). In
Germany ever'ne h working', factories
are running al full capacit), and the
soil is hting tilled as he fore the war, hut
the great foreign indebtedness and the
pressure brought by the gtmfrnment for
taxes keeps the people destitute.
Clauili J. Modlin'anJ Kil3rJ L. Her
ding of Si. Loui enrollel lh! morning 39
0r3tinnal 'tuJenls in the Collepe of Ag
riculture. .T7. Mudlin ill study green
house management .and Mr. lierding will
The firt chearsal of the Glee Club
i!l lie held 'in .Room 305 Jee Hall at
4:15 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. All
men hose names are posted on the
Clee CluL bulletin board and thee who
hate not tried out are expected to be
there. Dr. -Hermann. Alrastedt js the
leader of tlaTCIee Oub tbU jear. 1
Harry Him of Harrisontille, a former
student in the Univerit, sxnt 'he week-
nd at the I'i Kappa Alpha house.
Judge and Mrs. Crouch of Harrison
ille spent the eek-end with their son,
ljeslie M. Crouch, at the Pi Kappa AI
plia house. -
Mis Elizabeth Alexander vent jester
ila) to Paris, Mo, for the week-end.
Miiq Dorothy Alexander went yester
day to Pans, Mo, for the -week-end.
Coe Sappington, a strident in the Uni
versity, n spending the week-end at his
home in Centralia.
Mis Lolita Scbaeperkoetter, a student
in Hie University, rs spending the week
end at her home in Corder.
Leonard Otto, a student in the Unhcr
eity, left yesterday afternoon to spend
the wok-end at his home in Centralia.
Paul C Lyda, w-ho receiied the degree
f.f LL. I!, from the University in 1912,
spent the we'k-end in Columbia. He is
asociated with T,H. Mastin Co, of Kan
George Semon was here Friday.
C C. Boggs was in town Friday.
James Hewitt was here Thursday.
Henry Cardner was here on business
II. Shutter shipped a car of hogs from
Mrs. Annie Chinn returned from Co
Carl oardper ot Moodlanurille was
in town Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Warren announce
the birth of a son, Henry Lee.
The HarrMiurg basketball team de
feated liocheport Friday, 35 to 2.
E. V. Little of Woodlandtille was
E. W. Drake and wife attended the
basketball game here Friday.
Norris Sampson of Columbia spent
the .week-end with home folks
V. IS. Clark went to New Franklin
Wednesday, where he has worje.
Mr. J. McMillian of near Iiosalee i
selling pecans at twenty cents a pound.
aMis Matilda Bondurant spent thi
week-end with her parents in Howard
It. A. Tindall of Boonwlle was here
be first of the week meeting old acquaintances.
The small son of Edward Rice, who
had a recent attack ot diphtheria, is
Miss Itanett spoke in the interests of
the Democratic Party at the Methodist
Church Wednesday afternoon.
Miss- Inez Theissen of Iluntsdale was
the guest of .Mr. and Mrs. !!.' M. Raw
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Crews of New
Franklin isited their daughter, Mrs.
Charles Uayse, last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ceorpe Champion had
as their guest last week Mr. Champion's
sister, Mrs. Turner of Jefferson City.
Mr. and Mrs. Joel McQuitly- of near
WoodIandille gave a shower at their
home Saturday night for Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. F. W. Angell, .Mrs. W. E. An
gel), Mis BesS Angell,' Mr. William
Haines and Kelly Haines shopped in
Columbia last week.
Albert Settles, who has been in the
Boone County Hospital for the last five
weeks Is slowly improving and will soon
be able to return to his home.
Mr. and Mrs T. J. Canole. Mrs. R.
B. Chinn and Mrs. Annie Chinn at
tended the Juneral of George Dinkle in
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Simpich and
daughter of Columbia spent the week
end with Mrs. Simpich's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. R. A. Rawlins.
Miss Mary Lpuixr Settles entertained
the M and M Club at her home Thurs
day afternoon. Those present were:
Mrs. Kelly Haines, Mrs -T. J. Canole,
Mrs. It. B. Chinn, Mrs. James Hunting
ton. Mr. G. B. Young. Mrs. R. B. Raw-
lings Mrs. Aubrey Settles, Mrs. .Wallace
Gibbs Mrs. W. A. Seobee and Misses
Mary Slade, Grace Wiswall, Sallie Bell
and Eunice Bell.
I8TH GRADE IS
Fred Jacobs, one Is a child of William iiUi-4 iixij.j XVyJ.1
Morgan and the other Is a child ofi
Alexander Hurst. To Institute Longer School
Ralph Baldwin returned Thursday' Hours Willi Less Work
from a few days stay in St. Louis ' , 11
!..- or.. .1.. I... 1 :n Ul Jiome.
L4JUI3 luir, miiu Ud ucu.iciy ju
with diphtheria, is improving rapidly,
membership committee made a report and
submitted a plan for a new members'
campaign, which was approved by the as
sociation. It was also decided to take
steps toward affiliating with the state or
ganization of the general parent-teachers
After Mr. Oliver's tafk he answered
question's about the work of the school
board and the plans for improvement.
lViten4 1 1, iff limd fid AVhl.iniul ft, 1A
The nlr&ical welfare of nubile srhnnl . '.- . . ....... .
James Belcher of Columbia visited In piI, will increase in proportion ,0 the I T ' -'T T lW'n ",e lonS
i,' neighborhood Wednesday and finance given organized athletics." I " lmUrS .'" -Ch 0' ' - .' Aot" .nn
r i r.i 1 r r. . nour as 10 uiic-c uii as inucn (ionic
said . I. Oliver, suiK-rintendent of Co-1 . ... ,. ,,.. ,, .
Inmin imlilie selinnls H- n.iV ,i (lia!-
On account of so much illness there
was no community meeting at Iluntsdale
While moving Thursday Mr. Helm fell
from a load of furniture and suffered
an injury to his chest.
Mis Louise Hnrst returned to her
home here Friday- after a six months
slay in Colorado Springs j
The following persons are ill: Nancy,
Dorothy and Lucille Coleman, Mrs. Rob
ert Calvin and Dorothy Hunt.
Lssie Brown is having several hun
dred barrels made for apples. He will
put the apples in cold storage.
Miss Leola Grindstaff was shopping in
Mrs Robert Crissum was a Columbia
G. W. Scliack of Cape Girardeau, is
visiting his son, Martin Schack and
Mrs Willie Jones and daughter, Beu
Iah, of Tul-a, Okla, were the guests
of I. C Sappingtoa several days this
Mrs. A. M. Thornton was in Columbia
Little Ruth Hainan, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. John Hainan, is on the sick
Richard Basnett and wife were the
guests of .Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Thorn
O. . Joslyn of Charleston, Mo, is
visiting bis daughter, Mrs. Clyde Shep-
Iiard, thii week.
Little Clara' Lee and Margaret Cun
ningham, who have been sick, are much
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Reed and family
of Columbia were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Reed Thursday.
Mrs. W. T. Bradley and daughter,
Allene, left Friday for a visit with her
mother, Mrs. Boggs at New Franklin.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rader had as
their guests Monday night Mrs. Rader's
parents, .Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hughes
Telephone Company Plans
Service for Public.
The Columbia Telephone Co. is run
ning an undurground cable from . the
Corner of Ninth street and University
avenue to Jesse Hall through a Uni
versity tunnel. This is buing done, ac
cording to Kenneth Cunningham, assist
ant mnaagcr of the company, to relieve
the cable in the south part of town so
that better service may be given to tele
phone users in that district.
C G. Boggs made a business trip to
Georee Lone is building a tenant
house on his farm.
John Taylor visited P. M. Hunt and
family Thursday night.
John Pickering delivered apples to G.
L. Rice in Columbia Thursday.
Mrs Charles .Coates and son are visit
ing her parents near Rocheport.
Four new cases of diphtheria have
Iieen reported. Two are children of
Officers of S. S. Class Elected.
The Laura Evans Sunday school class
of the Methodist Church at a business
meeting last Friday elected the follow
ing officers for the new year: Presf
dent, Mrs. Mattie Boswell; vice presi
dent, Mrs. S. R. Barnett; secretary,
Mrs. J. M. Hughes; treasurer, Mrs. J.
H. Laughlin. Mrs F. A. Dalton was
elected teacher and Mrs W. II. Rusk, as
sistant teacher. The devotional service
was led by Mrs I. B. Jackson. A social
hour was held after the meeting.
monthly meeting of, the Lee School Par
ent-Teachers' Association Thursday after,
Mr. Oliier congratulated the parents
upon tl' attitude they bad taken toward
the athletic program which is now being
put on in the public schools and akrd
that this spirit be maintained. He added
mat ioiumuia was one ot tlie lew cities
in Missouri having an official athletic director.
Speaking of the efforts to combat the
lack of suuicicnt rooms for the number of
pupils being taught, Mr. Oliver said, "In
only one grade "school in the city are
there sufficient rooms to allow a room for
each grade. As we have seven grades and
in all the other buihlirgs there are but six
available rooms, one grade in each school
generally the seventh, is compelled to ue
some old room utterly unuited for class,
room purposes. To comjiat this, next
year all seventh grades inlhe city will be
grouped i.i one building, probably the
Jefferson. This will leave a room for
each grade in the other schools Also
nt year we are going to start an eighth
grade. It wilt' also he held in the Jeffcr
son School. It will be merely another
year of slightly advanced work for those
students who finished the gr-ide school
with an average below normal. Those
students leaving the grade school, who
have an E. S or high M average will go
en into the high school as usual."
'Mr. Oliver al-o spoke upon the ad
vantage of the junior high school system
which has Iieen adopted in so many
schools in the state. He stated that it
gave the child a dunce to enrich its store
Real Estate Transfers
W. I. Sapp, widower, to L. P. Stephens
Lots ;!, 55, 56, 57 and 58 in Bank's
j Subd. of Lots 33, -16, and 47 of Garth's
, Subd. of bits 49 to 72 of Carth's -Add,
I Camilla Switzler Branbam. widow, to
Esiill L. Edwards ($600). Wpa Lot 23,
Bouchelle's Add, Columbia. $600.1
George W. Smarr and wife to L. P. Ste-
phen., Sw 1-1, NE 1-4 and E 1-2, NW 14,
Luther M. Defoe anil wife to James M.
and Edna II. Garth, Lot 66, Westwood
Add. Gilumbia, $1,250.
Taylor . Jennings and wife to II. Ev
erette and Viola Jones Wpt lots 6 and 7,
Farley's Addition. Columbia, $1,650.
Isidor Lfltb anil wife to Jesse T. and
Amanda Ellis McBaine, Lot 201, Smithtoh
Add. Gdumbia, $100.
Lida F. Dumas widow, to J. B. and
Bertha McBaine, Wpt Lot 60, Bouchelle's
Add. Gilumbia. $900.
Charles W. Wil-on to Lucy- L. Wilson
Ept NE 14, El-2, NE14. NF.I4, SE
14, NEW, Npt NEW, SEW Sec. 31
and Nw pt NW W Sec. 32, all in 46-11,
J. S. Fenton and wife to' R. W. Mans
field W 1-2 Lot 3, John A. Stewart's Sub.
of part 1248-13 and of part Carth's Add.
David P. Hulen ct al to Ella D. ITulen,
all of undivided interest in and to Lots
13 and 16, Block 37, Cen'ralia, $3,000.
J. A. Douglass, single, to Ruby M. and
Anna Hulen, part Lot 20, Subd. of Lot 23,
Stephens 1st Add, Columbia; Subj. to
$2,050, $1. j -
We, the undersigned, in order to give
our customers better and more syste
matic service, will on and after Novem
ber 1st, receive orders up till 2 o'clock
p. m. tor delivery in the afternoon ot
Tenth Year Here,
Ebira BIdf. Phone 35
L, C JAUNCEY. D. a
Room 13, Haden Bldg.
Res. 781 Black Office 1548
After that, time orders will bei
received for delivery following forenoon,
Broadway Milling Co.
Boone Co. Milling & Elevator Co.
Smarr S Algeo.
CHICKEN PIE DINNER
The ladies of Broadway Methodist
Church will serve their annual chicken
pie dinner Thursday, October 26, 11:30
to 2. Tickets, 60 cents 1 1-50 !
JUST in a new and
complete. assortment of
Aluminum Cooking Utensils
Pure safe economical.
Preferred by women who are no less proud of the
utensils in which food is cooked than of the dishes
in which it is served.
NEWMAN HDW. & STOVE CO.
The Harlequin Players Present
of eiperiencc and to find itself, while get
ting somewhat ued to the new system jt
will meet in the high school. ,
Mrs, W. O. Shew maker, president of
the association, presided at the meeting,
at which there were about sixty members
present. The committees appointed for
the ensuing year were read for the first
time in the meeting, the members having
been previously notified individually. The:
$1",000,000 to Loan in
l represent one of the largest and oldest
building .wd loan a-xociations in Mis
souri. 0er $15,000,000 assets Why
i pay- rent, let us loan you money to buy
or build a home or if you would rather
change your loan to a monthly- payment
plan we can do that for you. No loan
too large for us.
Weathers Realty Co.
Phone 272. '
Why the Nation
John L. Piatt's
17 South 9th
University Papers, a specialty at
Rho Crews Walker
301 Guitar Bldg. Phone 1569
Reduce the High Cost of Living
ohe Majestic Hotel
llth and Pine Street!
ST. LOUIS. MO.
Ererx Room vith Private Bath
and Free Electric Fan
Single Kcom; t2.00 Per Day
Double 53.00 Per Day
'COUrOKT WITHOUT CXTRAVACANCC
Dave Getucr. rre:dent and Maaagrr
C C Soionry. Asst Mioif rr
UR trust service ranges
from the care of real
estate to the execution
of a will. Patrons are assured
of competent performance of
difficult and confidential mat
ters in a personal, human way.
We welcome the opportunity
to serve you in any trust capacity.
Boone County National Bank
Under U. S. Government Supervision.
--because it has rrtore thanij
the" "ordinary leavening'
strength; it raises millions of
bakings every day to a light
perfectly baked perfection
that cannot be equaled.
because.it contains white-of-egg
the vital element that
gives the housewives .protec
tion against using a baking
powder that has lost its origi
nal leavening strength. It
assures light, tender, tasteful
things every time you bake.
because it is economical
pure, sure and wholesome.
That's why the sale of Calu
met is over 150 greater
than that of any other bak
A pound can of Calamet con
tains fall 16 ounces. Some bak-,
ing powders come in 12 ounce
instead of 16 ounce cans. Be
sure you get a pound when you
BE A U.
A masterpiece in drama by the late
Clyde Fitch. The most elaborate pro
duction Columbia has ever seen,
ably acted and staged.
PERFORMANCE BEGINS 8:00 P. M.
me fecon.mv BAKING POWDER
We hope you will be able to secure tickets. There are
some good ones left, at
Those who have asked that tickets be held for them should either notify
us when they will take up their reservations or take up the reservation's
by 7o'cIock Tuesday night to insure that they will be held.
THE WORLD'S GREATEST BAKING POWDER
Wall Paper, Painting,
Old Floors made new
Phone 1691 White
Heat With Oil
Wortbington Oil Burner
Less expensive, safer, better,
cleaner Fits any furnace.
Far easier than the old fashioned
See demonstration each ercning
7 to 9 p. m.
I "iM MMM Wil
-III MJUCSiZMal fi ff I 'rW DIIIMBIklftj
III .A A. ( 0ur coal wished n city Shoe Repairing INI
! ' nf,nm(. ti
. hhiiiiiiv :HHiim.iK n ui osat mi 111
I HleHiyfleHriA' ffl
Protect your home by using
Asphalt Shingles. Let Morris
repair your roof before cold
weather rnmps Rnc nr .,.ir
by skilled men. We guarantee
Ill N. 9th Phone 2152
Let me supply your needs
for the winter. Prices,
delivery and quality, sat
isfactory. J. M. Reed Coal Company
1021 Ash Phone 409
Skill, Speed and Service
are at your command. See our win
dow display of the latest 1'IumHng
and Heating S) stems. Reasonable
REX PLUxMBING &
Phone 1835 409 Broadway
Neatly and Quickly
We call for and deliver
LEARN TO DANCE
At Pemberton Hall
Mrs. Jameson, Instructor
Assisted by the best dancers in the University. Private
lessons only, no classes.
Phone 626 for appointment.
112 North 8th.