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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, TOESDAY, NOVEMBER 21. 1922
1 1-2 MILLION
Appropriation Is Needed to Es
tablish and Maintain a
STANDARD RANKS HIGH
Patients to Be Brought From
All Over Stale Upon Com
pletion of Proposed
"For he first time vjnce 1910 the Uni
tcrsily of Missouri will ask for an ap
propriatoin b) means of which (o offer
a - four-) ear medical course," an
nounced Dean Guy L. iS'ojes at a meet
ing of the students and faculty of the
School of Medicine held in the Y. M.
C A. Auditorium Ia-t night. "On ac-
criunt of the lack of fund, the four-) ear
course as temporarily upended
1910. Hocer, the high standard of our
school was maintained in the curriculum
of the to-)ear course and today we
rank with the highest medical schools
in. the United States."
"In the proposed appropriation to the
Uniicr!!)," lie continued, "the School
of .Medicine is asking for a million and
a half dollars to establish and maintain
the school on a four-) ear progrm."
Dean N"o)es then told of the new hos
pital now under construction which will
be fini-hed by the beginning of school
next jear. Upon the completion of the
proposed tale hospital patients will be
brought from etery section of the state
and ample opportunity will be giien the
students for stud). About half the coun
ties in Mi-souri are without a hospital of
any kind and patients from these coun
ties will be brought to Columbia for
.There are only ten other two-jear
medical schools in the United State, ac
cording to Dean Nojes. The tuition at
the prhate four-; ear medical school pro
hibits a great many students from com
pleting their work, he said, and when the
full course is giien here, the cost will
he held at a minimum.
Plans for Homecoming were made by
the students lat night and noiel floats
for the parade will be arranged. Stu
dents and faculty of the School of Med
icine hate regular meetings eiery two
weeks, at which time papers on medical
subjects are read and discussed.
i'C L. Deitz, soil specialist, is in St.
Charles County today.
" II. M. Oarlock, animal husbandry
specialist, is in Kansas CiU.
ti'M. J. Regan, dairy specialist, will be
is Clinton County all the week.
John Shear, marketing specialist, will
be in Dunklin County all the week.
R. L. Waddell, animal husbandry
specialist, will spend the week in Kan
JIMrs. Saidee Hausmann, of the home
economic extension service is in Har
if.W. II. Baker, extension professor, is
doing extension work in Nodaway and
"Miss Lois Martin, home economic ex
tension specialist, will do home economic
work in Chariton County all the week.
'Miss Bina Slaughter, home economic
extension specialist, will promote home
economic work in St. Charles County this
Miss Fra Clark, home economic exten
sion specialist began home economic
work in St. Louis County today and will
continue tomorrow and Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Scott returned to
tjieir home in Unionville, Sunday after
a vi'it of several da)s with their daugh
ters, Reva and Waia, at Welch Hall.
! Misses. Irene Vellner and Fannie
Chamberlain of St. Louis were guests
of the former's sister. Marguerite Vell
ner, at Welch HalL Saturday and Sun
day. Peace Disturbers Are Fined.
' Bud Catron, Virgil Blakemore, F.
Houseman, Carl Jacobs and Ed Glass
cock entered pleas of guilty to charges
hi disturbing the peace and were fined
$13.25 each in police court this morn
:f or over 30 years
; O K Ounces for g tt
Use less of
:" than of higher
I priced brands.
The government used
millions of pounds
In and Near
Henry Hall spent the week-end here.
T. W. Gardner was in Rocheport Sat
The ferry boat left Friday for winter
A. G. Spencer, of Columbia, was in
Steve Vroman of Howard County was
in town Friday.
W. B. Hartly attended the sale at Mc-
John Koch of Woodlandtille was here
on business Friday.
J. It. Ambon) and family spent. tlie
week-end at Hinton.
Nelson Evans of Howard County was a
Msitor here Saturday.
Hickman Delia; en of Howard Coun
ty was here this week.
Ceorge l!a)C shipped a load of hogs
to St. Louis Saturda).
Charles Mcuee visited his siller, Mrs.
E. E. Hourigan, Sunday.
Beatrice Cook was the guest of Velma
Lewis Friday and Saturday.
The builders class of the Methodist
Church will hold a bazaar soon.
S..B. Itejnolils and wife of Howard
County were iitors here Saturday.
Fred McKee attended the Washington-Missouri
football game Saturda).
.Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Chum tinted J.
W. White of Rosale?, Mo, Thursda).
H. V. McKce and famil) were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Haines Sunday.
Mrs. Emma Haines and Mi Mary
Canole returned from St. LouN Saturday.
A sune) is being made for the high
way which is expected to pa-s through J
Bawling- are Ia-1
Mr. and Mr. R. A
iting their daughter, Mrs. l'hilipp Simp
ich of Columbia.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hourigan, of Co
lumbia, arc visiting their daughter, Mrs.
B. R. Raw lings of Rocheport.
II. T. Gardener, manager of the ship
ping association here, shipped two loads
of hogs to St. Louis Satnrda). '
Carrol Powell of Mokane was an Ash
land visitor last week.
Ja-per Sapp lias sold his mutor car to
Dr. S. C Estes of Fa)elte.
W. L. Sapp has completed a twostor),
six-room residence on his farm.
There will he an entertainment at the
Martin School Saturday evening.
Friends and relatiies gathered at the
home of Mrs. Sallie Hanie Thursday to
celebrate her hirthda).
Monroe Nichols lias returned to Ash
land. He has been working on the home
of Hamp Tajlor near Columbia.
Paul Sapp, who was operated on fori
appendicitis at Inc. lioone Uounty Hos
pital, returned to his home Friday.
Misses Sue and Laura Hickman of
San Jos, Cal, were in Ashland last
week. They lned here in 1881.
Henry ISartemus and family hae
moved here from McDonald County. The
trip was made in a covered wagon .
The Rev. C C Hatcher, former pastor
of New Salem arid Ahland Baptist
Church vKiteJ friends here Iat week.
Mrs. Barney Bush and pn, Lawrence,
have returned to their home' at Hartsburg
after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Frank
The members of the Ashland Baptist
Church met after the Thursday night
services and extended a call to the Rev.
Alfred Stein and Charles Daniel', stu
dents at the Unhersity, were the guests
of Mrs. Maggie Nichols Sunday night.
They were returning from a hike to Jef
The Rev. Commodore P. Walters
closed a series of meetings at the Ash
land church -Thursday evening with the
following additions: Lorraine Martin,
Sterling Martin, Cora Sapp, Mary Coons,
Pem Coons and Mrs. Sterling Martin.
Tlie Woman's Missionary Union will
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY
meet at the home of Mrs. Edwin Nichols
No; ember 2S. The subject of the pro
cram will be "Jesus, the Creat Mission'
ary." The leader of the meeting will be
Mrs. A. R. Martin. Those taking part
in the program are Gladys Dullard, Mrs.
E. T. Martin, Mrs. J. W. Beazley and
Mrs. T. E. Whitefield.
Mrs. Berkley Etes of' Columbia visited
Mrs. M. A. Turner here last Thursday.
Mrs. Harris of Houston, Texas, is vis
iting her sister, Mrs. Ceorge Miller.
Repair work on the Fulton gravel road
has been finished as far as Cedar Creek.
Mr. and -Mrs. Frank Thompson, and
Mrs. Hamilton attended church at Olivet
Mr. and Mrs. Andy Phillips visited at
the home of Mrs. Irby Fisher Thursday
Mrs. Stone and Lee Stone had dinner
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Milliard Dud
ley and famil),
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Boutwrll of Co
lumbia vi-ited MundMrs. Leland L)nes
here last Tuesday.
Mrs. Ceorge Sapp and Billy Sapp of
McBaine were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
George Cox Saturda) night.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lvnes spent Sun
ila) with Mr. and Mrs. Leland Lynes and
attended Oliiet Church services.
Miss Eh a Mustain, who is emp!o)ed
with the Columbia Insurance & Rental
Co., spent Sunday with her parents.
Archie VlcIIarg accidentally injured
hi ee rndav eienine. It is not et
kno n just llow the ;njury, is.
The Missionary Society of Olhet
Church will hold the next meetinn with
Mrs. Robert Iteid at her country home.
Mrs. Hubert Reid, Margaret Reid,
Charles Iteid, Robert Dudley and Mary
Cordon Ste nbergen spent the week-end
at their homes here.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Wagener entertained
at dinner Iat Friday evening. The guests
were: -vir. ana .virs. u. u. .vie)er, .vir.
and Mrs. W. I. McIIarg, Archie McIIarg,
Mi's Hannah McIIarg, Miss Tillie Mc
IIarg and Denny Grace.
Tlie Slianer Union of the W. C. T. U.
met with Mrs. Ned Cibbs Thursday af
ternoon. Mrs. W. P. D)sart, Sr, pre
sided, and Mrs. Will Crews led the de
votional services. Mrs. F. A. Dalton and
Mrs. Mattie Boswell gae interesting re
ports of the state convention held in St.
Louis October 11.
B. F. FORBIS, D. C. PL G
Three-Year Palmer Craduate
Office' 516-18-20 Guitar Building
- Office, 1822; Res, 1538-black
Our coal weighed on city
Let me supply your needs
for the winter. Prices,
delivery and quality, sat
isfactory. Jt M. Reed Coal Company
1021 Ash Phone 409
For those who care
a white, oxford
cloth, collar at
tached shirt. Tail
ored to fit and feel
PADSKIEV3 DAUGHTER TO WED1
Charlotte Tauscher to 3Iarry Into
Br Vtttei Frut.
that Charlotte Tluscheo daugl4e
Portland, Ore, ft or. 21. Reports
Mme. Johanna Gadski, opera singer, will
marry Ernest Busch, member of the
Busch family of St. Louis, were con
firmed here by Mme. Cadski.
Busch is now in Berlin.
Christian College Notes
Miss Rosa Ingels was the dinner guest
Sunday of Miss Lucy Laws.
Miss Julia Spalding was a dinner guest
Sunday of Mrs. Eustace Baine.
J. T. Embree of Okmulgee, OUa- is
vsiting his daughter, Margaret.
Ita Rice, a teacher in the Bo)g' School
of Demoah, India,alked in chapel to-
Jennie Mchl Henry read at the Chris
tian Endeavor Sunday nigbt,at the Chris
tian Church. I
Virginia Hudson, of. the English depart
ment as entertained at dinner Sunday
night b) the girls jt her table.
President and Mrs. Edgar D. Lee en
tertained Mr. and Mrs. J. Kelly Wright
and the Rev. Walter Haushalter at Sun
.Miss Helen King-lead, of the Expres
sion department of Stephens College was
a dinner guest Sunda) of Miss Harriet
Mrs. Anna Froman ind Miss Elizabeth
Potts were chaperonst for the students
who attended a tea at tlie Parish house
on Sunday night. t
Musical numbers were given by Ellen
Jane Froman -and Ellen Cuffy last night
at a part) at the new home of Mr. Ceorge
Venable on 401 Hilt.
The Breeze Bug orchestra plated dur
ing the lunch hour today. A number of
Christian College girls will attend the
matinee tomorrow afternoon.
Christian College girls entertained a
number of students from Washington
Unhersity, informally, in the parlors of
St. Clair Hall on Sunday afternoon.
President and Mrs. Edgar D. Lee re
turned Saturday, night from Kansas City
where they hae been attending the State
for your radiator.
and after all, what
other cigarette is so
highly respected by
so many nen?
teachers' Association. Dean Rose L.
dUsenby, who also attended'the-meeting,
A meeting of the student body was
held last night after dinner to make plans
oflr the Chrislma, sale that i, to be held
in the Home Economics rooms of Mis
souri Hall on December 4 to raise money
for the Y. W. C A. budget. Candy, food
and Christmas gifts will be sold at that
Talks were given at the Y. W.CA.
Sunday night on the "Successful Girl"
by Ruth Austin and Olga Hudson, Lillian
Applegath made an appeal for the edu
cation of the women of Asia which is un
der the supervision of the World Move-
jnent. Sara Abbott presented a code for
the coming year which was adopted as
the policy for the Christian College Y,
w. a a.
FUGITIVE PREFERS GALLOWS
Would Rather Hang Than Starve to
, Death in Desert, He Says.
Bj XJullti Prttu
Alpine. Tex, Nov. 20. Rather than
starve to death in the desert spaces of
the Biz Bend country, followinz his es
cape from jail here, II. L. Hughes, 20,
Detroit, gave himself up after three da)s
pf facing a fugitive, to return and pay
the .supreme penalty on the gallows.
Hughes was convicted of the murder
bring your date to
the Chimney Cor
ner after assembly
Saturday night for
Waffles and Bacon
Other good things
rcor. 9th & Locust
Let Fat'ma smtlert
liccvnic Mints Tobacco Co.
of C 11. Rogers, who had befriended
him, arid was -sentenced to be hanged.
RofferK. who nwnfvt mnrli nMr At
pine, had fed Ihe wanderer and together
they bad started to the-Facilic coast
The body of Rogers was found in a box
car, and money be earned was missing
A. R. Lyon
Pays highest market
price, for eggs, chick
ens, ducks, geese and
A. R. Lyon
20 S. 9th. Phone 303
Large and Small
Men Women Children
Bath robes might better be called "comfort robes" for
that more 'properly describes them. As a protection
from chilly air before the house gets warm, or for stu
dents during study hours they have no equal. For
Everyone needs a bath robe, and we are prepared to
supply you all at prices and values you have not been
able to buy them for years. Then, too, the sturdy
blankets from'which they are made come in so many
new designs and pretty colorings. A good one for la
dies as low as
TSi -0 1 1 III BLOOMERS
npxJJU Hill SiIb Sat:n.Knit snk a,. ;
Others up to $13.50. tine, Wool at f
II 15 DISCOUNT
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HI . t II i II November Sale Pnce m
I Corinne Griff ith In S
I "Received Payment" Wolff-Berger Co. i
Protect your home hy using;
Asphalt ShingleA Let Morris
repair your roof before cold
ironflinr rnmna "Rncf nf wnrlr
by skilled men. We guarantee
Ill N. 9th Phone 2152
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