THE .COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1922
In and Near Boone County
Golden Wedding at Centralis.
From "the Centralia Fireside Guard.
guest of Billy Hart and family near
"Uncle Peter" Marshall and wife cele
brated their golden wedding Monday
Miss Ilallene Stolte, a student in the
Jefferson Gv High School, is spending
their Christmas with relative- here.
Mr-. Turner Coonce of this place re
turned home Tuesday. She has been
and had gathered around
children and friends. Practical!) all of
the children rrtade the same kind of a
gift, a $5 gold piece. The following Ui'iting home folk in Columbia,
were present: S. J. Sturgeon and wife; ! C P. Jone and family and Mr. and
Ed New-man and wife; Lou Ei-ele, wife -Mrs. 1 J. Jones motored to Ashland
and baby; Newman Bugg, wife and .Monday night to visit B. B. Han and
rhildren; T. A. Chase and family; Oliver famil).
Marshall and famil); Bourbon Esteppe The Rev. II. P. Cheaven preached his
and family; John Roberts and wife of farewell sermon at Mount Pleasant
St. Loui. There were 24 grandchildren Church Sunday morning and returned to
present. hi home at Columbia.
-Mr. and Mr. Lawrence Ilondurant in-
Lenora Powell Weds F. Alexander. , ,le f0nv,ing guest to a goose
Frank Alexander of Perche commun- ,j;nner Saturdaj: Mr. and Mr. I). C.
ity and .Miss Lenora Powell of Harri- j;ice anj Mn larl,. Hick Armitage,
burg were married by the Rev. TTalter rH 5iate Horace Maddux and Bill
Gibbs of Columbia at 6 o'clock Sunday Maddox.
afternoon. The bride is the daughter of ;,. y-a Quinn. daughter of Mr.
Mr.'and Mr. George Powell. They will
make their home with Mr. Alexander'
mother, Mr. J. T. Alexander
Linden Residents .Married.
Pearl Calvin and Mi' Margaret Hud
son, two well-known )oung persons of
Linden, surprised their friend, b) going
to Columbia and being married Thur-
dav On the same da Edwurd Max
well of Linden and Mi- Settle
Howard County were married.
Truly Level butchered hog-. Thursday.
Man in Stone spent Friday with
Mi3 Dora Stone spent Friday with,
Miss Ruth Barnett. .
Mi Dora Stone and Marvin Stone
are iiting their father.
Howard Southard. on of Ro- South-!
ard, is seriou-ly ill at hi home.
Mrs. J. W. A-hlock and daughter.
Glad)., spent Tueda in Columbia.
Mr. and Mr. J. 0. Southard vi-ited
their on, Rose Southard. Thursday.
J. O. Southard and hi- little grand-on
spent Wednesday morning in Columbia.
Fielding Level and family spent
Thursday with hi brother. Truly Level.
Scotlie ToaIon spent Frida) and Sat
urday with Mrs. T. E. Barnett and fam-
Porter Wood and some of hi neigh
bors sawed wood Wedne-da) jnd Thur
Mr. and Mr. C A. Au-hurn spent
Friday with their daughter, Mrs. Parker
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ashlock and fam
ily spent Thursda) with Mr. and Mrs.
W. D. Level and famil;. who spent the
holida)s with W. S. Toalson, hate re
turned to their home.
.Miss Glad)s Ahlock, who spent the
Christmas holida)s with her parents, has
returned to her school.
Mis !lad)$ Ashlock is spending the
Christmas holidays with her parents.
Mr. and .Mrs, J. W. Ashlock.
William and Frank Bamett spent sev
eral dav on a hunting trip and brought
in a large amount of game.
W. S. Toalson. who has been visiting
his brother, John Toal-on of Audrain
County, has returned home.
L. R. Stone and son. Millard, who
visited several days at Brown Station,,
have returned to their home. .
W. E. Barnett is visiting with his
mother in Columbia. His brother and
family of St. Louis are al-o there.
Miss Ella May Crowley, who visited
with her grandmother a few dajs, has
returned to her home in Columbia. j
Miss Beatrice Barnett returned to Co-i
lumbia Tuesda) afternoon. She will be'
there until the latter part of the week.
Mr. W. E. Barnett and her daughters,
Edith and Ruth, visited Thurda) after
noon at the home of Mrs. W. S. Toalson.
and Mrs. l!a Quinn, died at her home
in St. Louis of ncumonia. Funeral
-enices were coitductrd b the Rev. G.
M. Baker Tue-day afternoon. She was
buried in Mount Plea-ant Cemeter).
home here after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. vert were the guests of R. M. Cibson their parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Rob
Sam Hudson of Columbia. , and family Wednesday. 'inson.
, Essie Brown, and family visited Mr. Mrs. J. R. Warren was the guest of' E. D. Allen was a Columbia visitor
and Mrs. Orid Jacobs Thursday. Mr. and -Mrs. J. A. Turner Thursday. ' Wednesday and Thursday.
.Mr. and -Mrs. .Meade Cook visited W. D. Thomas of McKittnck, .Mo, The students of Judy School visited
James Cook and family Christmas day. lineman for the M. K. & T. Railroad, Potts School Friday afternoon.
' Mrs. James Belcher and daughter of j here making repairs on telegraph Homer and Chester Young are spend
Columbia visited Mrs. L. E. Burk lipe-s. Jng Christmas with their parents.
Thursday. . Mr. Goodman of New Franklin was Mr. and Mrs. Hal Conley and daugh-
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burks entertained lere Thursday making repairs on the ter, Dorothv, were in Columbia Saturday,
the fo lo,.ng guests at a turkey dinner electric block signals for the M. K.ST. . Hal Conley entertained with a
Thurda):R.T. Cento-and family Mr. Railroad dinner Thursday for hre relatives of
and Mr. George Peeler; .Mr. and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ta)lor and Columbia
Herbert Peeler; C. A. Gentry and fam- family of Providence are the guests this y,m Allen spent a few days before
,I; Porter Hunt and famdy; Mr and week of Mrs. Tajlors parents, Mr. and Christmas with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Everett Rice; Mrs. James Belcher Mr. J. I. Bradshaw. p p en
and little daughter, Martha Frances. ' Mrs. Cljde L. Shepard had as her Mise, Grace and Stella Udell attend-
guests Tuesday Mrs. R. L. Hill and e, ,he Chritma, program at Crandview
McBaine daughter, Wg.nia Lee and Mary saturi!aj. r;?ht.
C.)de Barnes wa, here on business ' T'd. w" ,, J." " "" frf
r.:,i,,. ., , . lie guests 01 .vir. ana .Mrs. nai uoniey
"'" .Thurdav after a visit of several .l-n ti....i -...
Miss Alta Jone is spending Christmas
week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
r i- !,. ,.r ii,ii;it
F. B. Wllliam-on and son. HamM i.r '... i . . ". . , , .
tt" II ll..i,-l,i. ,,f ;, In.iii ti t.r , r i .. ,--, . .vns rnoeue .vnen ot Columbia is
" ,oug.la "f Sr-..Lou ,iere the gue-t- of the Rev. and Mr. Henrv ....: ri;..m ...t :.!. t,
IVJ... 1-. r..-...B ...,...... -v.. ,...-
W. II. Hern of llunlsdile was here on . -.1. I: " I. .... ... .- ...... ' inursua)
- nun in ti.fii-ni-r vir ii r !
E. C Ander-on of Columbia was here
on buine-s Thurday
of near Columbia.
Mr. and Mr. J. A. Gilpin and Mr
The -m of Lutlifr Hullowa), who has
0f lieen ver) sick with diptheria, is iruprov-
Mr. George Peeler of Walnut Crove
viited Mrs. C M. Boggs Thur-!ay
C. L. Torbit lia- in-tallei! a rat' in
hjs re-idence. This i- thr- fir-t radio tw
be in-talleil in thi- iieiglib,irhoud.
Mrs. Nan Ilu.Uin nturnrd to her
spending the ho!ida)s with relative.
Mr. B. Arnold has been confintd to
her home on account of sickness for sev
Mr. and Mr. J. E. Ballenger cele
brated their fiftieth wedding anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Thornton were
tin- gue-ts of relatives at Huntsdale
The dance at W. T. Bradle)' Thurs
da) night wa well attended and ever)'
one reported a fine time.
J. G. Carrard and Mrs. L. B. Car-1
rnrd were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
J. D. Garrard of Columbia Wednesday.
Mi- Erma Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Everett
Ballenger and Mr. and Mr. Ceorge Cal-
ent, Mr. and .Mr h. u. Alien.
Mr. am! Mrs. Hal Conley and daugh-1
ter, Dorothy, were the guests of Mr.
and Mr. Fenton Weldon of Columbia
The guest of Mr. and Mrs, E. D. Al-
Mr. Towels ill.
Potts School will re-open Monday
Miss Lollie Thompson is visiting her len Chri-tmas dav were: Mr. and .Mrs. F.
parents this week. p. Miller t,f Columbia, Mrs. Clarence
Mi--e- Nancy Alice and Jane Robin- Fi-her, David and Berttine Allen of Deer
son are -pending Ciri-tmas week with Park.
Will ou let it in? For the firt len da) in January I am going
to make special price- and term- on Park Hill Lots, the new and beau
tiful addition to Columbia.
The prices will be $850 and $1600 including an interest in the
park and the perix-tual park maintenance fund. This i just lialf wliat
the-e clore in snd well arranged lot should and will bring. But I
want to -til a limited number ju-t to get things started. After January
10, the price will lie higher. Terms: 10 per cent down, 1 per cent
per month until paid for, with privilege of paving a much more a )ou
wi-h. When )our lot is paid fur I will either build you a home, or
finance )ou to build vour own, and let )ou pa) for it ju-t like paving
rent. D.m"t mi-s thi- oppfcrtunitv of starling the new )ear right.
J. A. Stewart
Exchange National Bank Building.
LawTence Bondurant and family vis
ited A. C Bledsoe Monday.
Tom Martin and family were visitors
of Ed Martin and family Monday.
Mr. and Mrs, Jerry Burnett have been
visiting relatives in Callaway this week.
Mr. and .Mrs. James Shaw were the
guests of Charles Stolte and family Sun
day. Miss Margaret Lohrey of Jefferson
Gty has been visiting relatives here this
The Christmas cantata given at the
Jones School was attended by a large
Air. and Mr. Cleve Coonce were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Louie Coonce
Miss Stella Johnson relumed to her
home Sunday. She has been emp!o)ed
at New Franklin.
Nolan Coonce and family were the
OF ALL KINDS
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'905 Bdwj., Ground Floor. Phone 239
There's no need to
worry about cold
If you are using the high powered winter
gasoline that is being distributed by
Filling stations on both sides of
Broadway at Fifth.
You Can Still
And Have Money
Bring in your first deposit today. You can start
with lc, 2c, 5c, or 10c and increase your deposit the
same amount each week; pr, you can start with 25c,
50c, SI, S2, S5, S10, S20 or more and deposit the same
amount each week.
What the Different Clubs Amount to in 50 weeks.
Increasing Club Plan
, . . .iTOi.nrra.
lc Club Deposit lc the first week, 2c the second week. Increase your
deposit lc each week. C 19 75
In 50 weeks you have "
2c Club Deposit 2c the fir-t week, -lc the second week. Increase
)our depo-it 2c each week. C OK l?Q
In 50 week- )ou have "
oc Cluli Deposit 5c the first week, 10c the second week. Increase
)our deposit 5c each week.- C gQ 7K
In 50 weeks )ou have "
10c Club Deposit 10c the first week, 20c the second week. Increae
)our deposit 10c each week. S127 50
In 50 weeks )ou have
Decreasing Club Plan
You begin with )our largest depo-it and decrease each week ac
cording to the Club )ou have juined.
Even Amount Club Plan
25c Club Deposit 25c each week. In 50 week )ou have .
50c Club Deposit 50c each week. In 50 weeks )ou have
$1.00 Club Deposit $1 each week. In 50 weeks )ou have ...
$2.00 Club Deposit $2 each week. In 50 weeks )ou have ...
$5.00 Club Deposit $3 each week. In 50 weeks you have .
$10.00 Club Deposit $10 each week. In 50 weeks you have
$20.00 Club Deposit $20 each week. In 50 weeks vuu hav-e
$5000 Club Deposit $50 each week. In 50 weeks )ou have 2,500.00
JIUU.00 Uub Deposit $100 each week. In 50 weeks )ou have 5,UW.W
Ever) bod) invited to join.
Exchange National Bank
Boone Count's Oldest Continuous National Bank.
Drive your car in and let us inspect your
We Recommend and Install
Made of Pure
Unconditionally Guaranteed! Will not boil in
summer. Will not burst in winter. We re-core,
H. J. GRIBBLE
24 North 9th Phone 249
Your New Year Will
. Be What You Make It
Self-evident as this statement may seem, it is one well worth
considering on the eve of a new year. This year has nearly.
passed and with it both the mistakes and the successes you have
made. Nineteen and twenty-three lies before you unsullied and
unspoiled waiting for your molding influence.
The general indications are that 1923 will be a period of
greater economic stability generally, but it will not be for you
unless you, as an individual, make it so. Economic stability
means "money in the bank." It means the knowing use of such a
financial institution as the Boone County Trust Company, its ad
vice and its service.
Starting a bank account with this institution during the first
week of 1923 is the laying of the cornerstone for a structure of
independence and happiness not only for the New Year, but for
all years to come. Make the first deposit on January 2. Every
day wasted is a day lost.
On the Eve of the New Year We Wish
You Increasing Prosperity, Good
Health and Happiness.
Bopne County Trust Co.
"A Service Built Institution"
Available Resources $2,000,000.
iCOLUMBIA THEATRE Wednesday, January 3
PRODUCER ofUGHTNNTtfE FR&T'YEABt
i TURN TO THE RKsHTdK mJWK- U " 0ffRS
A GBEAT STAB IN AGREAT PLAY
B f - H H
IH TfE NATIONAL COMEDY TMiM
flfllrf 1 1 v J 9 F i
SMEPM THE IISKMII LAUGHTER
Comedy of Good Cheer for HoIMiy Season Don't Mis it!
(Second only to "Lightnin'" as a record-breaker. This is not a motion picture.
Prices: Resened $2. $1.50 and $1, plus tax. Unreserved 68;, plus tax. Seat sale Tuesdav at 9 a. m.
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