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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7. 1922
In and Near Boone County
T. T. Killr in Colomuii on iu-1
Sitnrdij- and Sunday vrrth Mr. and Jb.
E. C Nichob.
Chirli Richardson recently parcnued
a motor car.
Mrs. J. TP. Morrjr and children, Mer-, wa, unhurt but thr furniture was prac
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Smith and family
visited the home of "William McMicUe
Emmi Burks had a narrow escape
Ia't Thunday while moving Hi house
hold furniture. The team he a driving
became frightened and turned the load
over a hieh embankment. Mr. Barks
CltMm Wfracirtf and flmilr vrefi
Gambia tea Friday. ,cfe and Lawrence, f pent the week-end
Chsrl Ma)l u the Missouri- '" " ottj - parenia, .vir. ana .vira.
Kantao piine at Columbia, Thankgiring. T- E. Crump ... MiftMnwi'
John Dam Mi.rtrd tan Jo. OJn-. ' ' Buckler and daughter, MKtMetOlUl
Lia to 1 dipped by the FanW Ship- Clara spent the tek-ed ! Mrs. A Winn-tutchered hop Friday.
pin5 Auti-i. Dodder, daughter, Mrs. J. H. Hartman, a j, ynlon KeM'fr.HaU!,;jt.jlGn.
John fa.: ar..l John Ilarri cut a V eat of A.hland. Jjy -
tree on UfJ-. G"Ur Saturdjy from which I ; '. Mn. Cencral Boone .Vchoh ,. j an j fajn;j jB &ntra.
lhT f-nr6I 12S rounds of Cm tins " "'r al '' Frederick J;a ,,,!,.
Iit. "T""" ? Wfc? ?' J cThank-' E. S. Strange and family visited Fred
If. V. Muiian arI hi family vere'f Mr. and Mil .J. .V Sapp ,p;ne SundjJ
u-t. f Mr. and Mrs. ll,!e JUppeto ""J"1 Sapp filled hit regular Cwpe j,,, UJs -n naUi;,Ie FrI.
near Co,Vn. MiixIa. anj attended appointment at Cohen church Saturday, jj n hut;Be,
church there. d fondv. Mr. and Mn. Sapp and q j anJ fma fa
TV teachers of liobntlt School are try- ". L. T. Jr, spent Sunday with Mr. , ,W!stnje FMa7
Sng out tV hot-lunch plan. The first and Mrs. T. R. Taylor. I F. M. Gordon went to Sturgeon Sat-
lunch include, fried rahbk, and accord- Mrs. Je Harmon, Shady Harmon, J urJjy vn La,;n.
-ir. ana .nit. viexanucr uiccrson, , . , .. r, yt--ii-
,. j n mi n- i t r- i i ' 5Ir- anl -'"s- ooe Williams were in
ISoss and Omlle Uiclerson of Columbia n . -i. c... ..
. . . . . , ,, , llallsiille Saturday.
T'l vkg'"nf fWMM ' aD! il Tkmlo of Sullivan County usited
W. E. Echols and family. 1Raj. wk
John Lewis Brkeley went hunting Inez, Frances and Gladys Hindman. An.
Thursday. 'nie Stewart and Russell, Liwrence, Gene
itowoe uium5 snipped caltl ilon- and Uudley Glenn,
daj"- Mis"- Inez and Frances Hindman and
William Strange was in HaUsiffle- Jane Robinson were Columbia visitors
The guests at a ocial at John Stew-
StlirgeOH 'rt' Thursday night were: Nancy Alice
and Jane Robin-on, Irene and Mildred
FJrao Tailor sold a cow and calf for uilMo. Mr' I',-.,-, n-i. r.
I. . ' I " .-. w.v, 1IUU) 1 UiUUVU,
)i7.fJU. Ewuta McQain. Diirothr Cs.nn Rnc
Dewey Ro!yrt sold a .calf to Luther' 511 SDd Ijwrence Clenn. I!- ,A
i.reen ior t-io.w.
it was juit like moth-
inz to the pupil
Frank IJaamyarlnfr and family were
gvt at the birthday dinnT at th'
home of Mr. awl Mr-. William Ashlock
of Miller-burg Sunday. The dinner was
in honor of Mr. Wilock' (Mi birth
day. A largr number of friends and rel
atives were present.
Ben Coff sold a calf to Sam Spelman
at 8 cents a pound.
Martin Tumwalt, who was hurt a few
wetk ago, i impnuins slowl).
James McCauley oIJ fie calws to
Sam Spelman at 8 cents a pound.
Certrudr Shearer was the guet of
Henri'tta Kent oer the week-end.
Mrs. James Tucker is si-hire: her
brother, Shannon TaIor and famih.
Walter In-jnolds, Glenn Cros-white,
ArtLur 1'ulis Odens West, Clen Welch,
John Singleton and Cecil HilL
JIareus Martin Slowly Improting.
Marcus T. Martin, who ha teen very
R. W. Fisher Gets Marriage License.
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ii joa are wassirr a frin i. r
Reuben W. Fisher of Columbia oh- see rae for Rj!m R.t?
A at his heme. 503 Locust street, is lained a license esierdsT to mm l;i ' r,.;, T1 n. T"t.
slowly improving, although he is still Ola Mae Pomie of Miilersbure. " Miss Teleohones 322. H 1 cn."
low. Mr. Marcus has been sick Pomie was under age and had the con- Cnnard it-i;-. r tttt.- cT t'i
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for about two weeks.
sent of her mother, Mr. J. A. Pomie.
Mi- 0!a Norris iited Opal Hardin
in Columbia la-t week.
A sn was bom to Mr. and Mrs. Itan
McCrar la-t Sundav.
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r.l.l n-M j r:i.. i.r. r-i I - "ugn:er was uorn to .Mr. ami .Mr.
L.uaiu nvin aim lujuut iril IUd) Jc
tor Kana- Lit wLere they will lire.
am Jolinvn Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Tons Palmer, with their
Dewey Roberts moved to the farm be-:f,. , """--"7 "'r c- 'i . . .
;.,. !, n.I.l 1,., ,.V 'ami' "-'rd K. K. Singleton last
longing to John Reid lat week.
Sam Stx-lman purcha-ed seven cowsi
from Ceorge. Heath at 5 1-2 cents a '
i Mm. E. M. Woodwarth returned Fri
. day from Banard.
Mrs. Liza Crosswhite is spending the
I week in Columbia.
! Lana Stice, who is attending the high
school at Centralia, is visiting htr fatb
' er, Cleveland Stice.
T. Barnes and Otho Barnes were
in Columbia Saturday.
Ceorge Prowell and Will Whitman
were in Gdumbia Saturday. . T. J. IL'ndman receive.! a
Mr. and .Mr. F. M. Cordon visited W.'C!.rn at Brown Monda.
B. Wtin and family Thursday. .Mr. anj Mr. ai CoIej-
.Mrs. L-nna uicnard anu sons visited amiii visitor- Saturdav.
Potts School house
Mi's Catherine Stamper
wck-end in Centralia.
Mrs. Sallie Ha)nie pent Thanksgiving
day with her daughter, Mrs. Will Doug
las. The Mise Catherine Brown and Edjth
Sapp visited in Centralia Tlianksgiving
Croup B of the H. Y. P. U. will be in
Everyone is in-
Taylor Coleman is on the tick list.
Jack Hud-on is ill with pneumonia. ,
Florian Nau-r "I1 two hogs to Ray
A baby girl lia? arriveil at the home j
of Mr. ami Mrs. W. Rice. - i
C I- Torbit and family visited Ed. ,
Lan and family this week.
O. C Roby was called to Kansas City
Tuevlay b th i!-aa of his brother.
Mr. and Mr. Marvin D'l-jglas were re
renlly gue-ts of Claries Duuglas and
Min Ruby ElKott of Howard county
was a Wftk-end gue of Miss Wallace j charge Sunday evening.
O. V. Hopper and family spent The Rev. Eddie Calvin preached at the
Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Ceorge Ashland Baptist Church at 7 o'clock Sun
Williams of Midway. day morning.
Miss Matilda Bandrunt resumed Members of the Baptist Church have
school duties at Linden Monday, after decided to hold praver meetings each
spending the holidavs with home folks j Wednesday evening,
near Favett'-. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hatlunan and
Charles Ontry and wife, and R. F. son, Ho-coe, spent Sunday with Mr. and
Gentry wr-rc Thanksgiving guets of M. 'Mm. Arthur Murphy.
I'. Tavlor and famil). Mrs. Barney Bush and son, of Harts-
Mrs. Robert Bulk and Mrs. Eddie burg, have been vi-iting the former's par
Rice attend-d tlv funeral of Mrs. James ents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Martin.
Walon at Midway Wedn'-day. The members of the B. Y. V. U. will
Mrs. George S illiams Jr., and Mrs. j m-t at the home of Miss Frances Nich
B. C. Centry of near Woodlandville, vis-jols Friday evening to practice new songs.
ited C C Torbit ind family a few daysj A number of slides were shown in the
the la-t work. high school auditorium Tuesday morning.
The meeting at Huntwlale conducted describing scenes in the Yosemite Valley,
by llw Reverend .Mr. Walters and the , Mrs. A. C. Martin returned Wedne
Reverend Mr. Cheavms will continue! day from Columbia whre she lias been
this week. There were nine conversions I visiting her daughter, Mrs. Hollis Jiich
Sunday night. iols.
Th-pie supper at Linden netted the Mu, i)mjm wa, eu,..! ;n ,,
club U0. Mis, IVatnce OxiV won the righth graJe ,;, tnL he is making
box of candy for the most popular lady, ' h nm. wUh her uncIet MorrU Cn
wrhile Warren Brown was awarded 'helj winter -cigars
for the homliest man. j ,. , . ,
Ennis Burk, died Saturday morning at '"termediate room has received a
1.1. Ii,.m- in Humsdalr nfier a linrrrine cenincate irora me siaie supennienoem
Bert Winn and familr Friday.
Irt Winn and famil) visited J. D.
Fenton near Hallsville Sunday.
Mik Mary Cibbons of Columbia vis
ited Mi-s Mary Winn last week.
Cecil Mitchell of Mexico visited
George Prowell and family Sunday.
Mrs. J. M. Jones and daughter, Ger
trude, wrre in Hallsiille Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hedges vWttd
Clarence Ander-on and family Sunday.
Mr. Fannie Williams and family vis
ited Walter Mitchell and famil) Sunday.
Mrs. Fannie Bibb and n, Rus-ell,
Mr. and Mr. Fred Hud-on were visit
ors in Centralia Saturdav.
Mr. and Mrs. Tonj Palmer were
gi.rsts in Columbia Saturdav.
Johnnie and Harold Hudson were the
gu"ts Sunda) of Mo'e Allen.
Robert ami Dudie) Glenn were Colum
b: vi-itors Thursda) morning.
Mi's Ola .Nonis wa the guet of Mr.
J. II. Peak near Gilumhia Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving.
Mi's Jennie Allen of Columbia 'jient Mr. and Mrs,
Mr. and Mr. T. T. Palmer, and the
Misses Crace and Stella Liddell, visited
'Columbia Ia't week.
Mi-s Lallie Thompson, who is attend
ing the University of Mi-souri, spent the
week-end here with her parents.
Miss Lurline Ooding returned Mon
day frcm Columbia, where 'he attended
the Mi'-ouri-Kan-a- football game.
Bernard Gibb-, who U teaching at
California, .Mo. spent the Week-end
with .Mr. and Mrs. J. C Cibb.
Ch-ster Young, of the University of
Mi-souri, spent Saturday and Sunday
here with his parent', Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mr. and Mr. J. T. Cibb, Jr., of
Hunt'ville, vi-ited Mr. Cibbs' parents
One Way To Save
is to buy where the price is right
We have a large se
lection of wool
dresses which we
are going to sell at
Special Gifts For
and this same re
duction will be made
on every sweater in
Standard Mercantile Co.
Mr. and Mr-. J. T. Cibb-, Sr.,
illness from dropy. He leaves a wife
and three son', Gu), M. R. and Marvin.
Also, a father, three brothers and two
siters. The funeral was conducted at
the Hunt'dale Baptist church, of which
Mr. Burks vas a member. Burial was
in the Mount Nebo cemetery.
Evereue McCarty is ill.
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Wilcox and fam
ily spent Sunday with Wilton Criffin.
The Rev. E. S. Calvin preached at
Oakland church Sunday afternoon and
at Ashland Sunday night.
Ceorge Harmon has returned from
Kansas Gty wliere he has been employ
ed for the pa't few months.
Miss Loy D. Crump pent Thanks
giving and the week-end with her par
ents Mr. and Mr. E. B. Crump.
Mis Jov-pliine Baumhoefer has re
turned from near Jefferson Gty where
she visited relatives and friends.
The Rtv. and Mrs. E. II. Calvin were
entertained at dinner Sunday by Mr.
and .Mrs. T. If. Wilcox of near Oakland.
Mr. and Mrs. T. I.. Nichols and Miss
Ruth Todil of near Englewood spent
of schools which places them on the list
of superior schools in the state.
The following Sunday school ofiicers
were elected at a business meeting of the
Ashland Baptist Church Sunday morn
ing: Shannon Jenkins, superintendent;
Miss Mary Donohue, secretary and treas
urer; Miss Mary Coons, pianist. The
church officers elected were: Harley
Sapp, secretary and treasurer; Mrs. J. M.
Mrs. Alfred Cook, who is ill, is no bet
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Todd and son,
Kenneth, spent Sunday -with Mrs. D. P.
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Vanlandingham
and son visked relatives in Woolridge
over tb; week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. Forest Hutchison and
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Todd visited at the
home of J. P. Turner Friday.
Several friends and neighbors of Mr.
and Mrs. A. Trailer enjoved an evening
of music at the Trailer home last Sun
day. Mr. and Mrs. Harris and family and
S- mla with her parents Mr. ami lr.
V. It. Allen.
t:.. i!.,ti, At! .,.i tv..r. r-A-.
vi-iteil Mrs. Manday Barnes Thursdav. , . , ... ... , ",',
. ,, , i -i r r- i i- "-"' "" ''"" FUrIs of Mi-' Phoebe Al-
-r- ...ic- ami mull, ..I i-uiuiiiiiu , , ,.,..,- t,,....,..
.:.:.! n v-i.: .1 .1... I... -' "' -"""" . .u.uu,.
B. F. Fenton, J. L. Berkley anil Glial
mer Mave, hipjed cattle to St. Louis
Will Whitman and family suited
Major Brink and family near Sturgeon
F. E. Powell and family were in Cen
tralia Sunda) visiting T. R. Combs and
famil) and I.ee Molher and famil).
William Strange, Curtis Winn and
Mr. ami Mr. Brown Glenn of Colum
bia -ent Sunda) with Mr. Glenn par
er.;. Mr. and Mr. Mode Glenn.
Mi-ses Nanc) Alice and Jane Robinson
wlio spent Thanksgiving with their par
ents, Mr. and Mrs II. A. Robin-on, re
turned to their school in Columbia Sun
day. Mi-se, NanC) Alice and Jane Robin
son entertained the follrwing gue-u at
a wviner roa-t Saturday night: Mie
have been vi-iting .Mrs. V. E. Thompson
ami other relatives, hava returned to
their home in Arkansas
The fallowing farmers shipped hogs
from Brown- Station on Monda): W.
P. Palmer, Jr., eight hog, averaging
2H pound; C W. Palmer, four hogs
averaging 217 1-2 iounJ-; U. K. Single
ton, ten hog-, averaging 210 pounds
Selling Old Magazines
KLASS COM. CO.
Remade like new; featherbed made into
We also make new mattresses.
COLUMBIA MATTRESS FACTORY
WE SELL THE
WORLD'S GREATEST LEAVENER
Th Economy BAKING FOWPER
Sophomore Election Changed
TO FRIDAY, 4 O'CLOCK JESSE HALL AUD.
Vote the Missouri Ticket
FLORRIE FOWLER, For President
HARRY FERGUSON, For Vice-President
PHOEBE LOUISE WRIGHT, For Secretary
STOCK SOMMER, For Treasurer
THEY WILL PROMOTE A UNITED MISSOURI SPIRIT
4 O'CIock Every Sophomore Vote 4 O'Clock
A spectacular drama of the South Seas, with a
touch of the city. This picture is directed by
Webster Campbell, a former student at Missouri
Harold Lloyd Comedy
The walks are open now; so that you can get to
the University Cafeteria on a direct line from
any point without making a detour or watching
for bridges. Take advantage of this, and eat at
The Commons. The food is better and costs
On The Campus
Breakfast 7:15 8:45; Dinner 11:3012:45;
A. R. Lyon '
S)B IrftasSBlfiEsiafsO v' H ,e"aya aVaSisEn Br rVA m f-5 XJ
It is time to be thinking of Christmas-only seventeen more days
and they will go quickly. Make this a sensible Christmas by buy
ing furniture-the lasting Christmas. It will be doubly appreciated
for this reason. We are ready with our Christmas stock, and
suggest that you make your selections now. We will hold your
purchases for Christmas delivery.
16 N. 10th
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Flout Winter's Cares
by going to Texas. In San Antonio, Gal
veston or Corpus Christi, and along the
Gulf Coast of Texas, you'll forget the
calendar and find each day some new,
delightful surprise in the outdoor freedom
of sunny skies.
Golf motoring hunting fishing;
no need of a single idle hour.
for tickets on sale daily, put the trip within
reach of all; long limit stop-overs.
Through Pullmans and Katy dining cars.
Ask tho nearest Katy Agent, cr wnto
17. 21. r.nwirlc, Geocrtl Puionr Aglet
1. Ik. A 1. B7-. At. 44ait 19.
Auto Storage Wanted!
Nice, new and heated $5.00 per month
will be the charge. Our gasoline and
oil can be obtained at both the old stand
and the new place. "-
E. C. Clinkscales
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