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Jefferson City Tribune-Post (Newspaper) - May 7, 1927, Jefferson City, Missouri Students who desire to attend the closing funcstion ore requested to pay Charles Carson class treasurer thefirst of the week The refreshment committee will appreciate all suggestions offered as o the likes and dislikes of the aiious members Please inform Richard Kieseibach as to whether you wish onions or garlic on sandwiches W H Henby Head of the Missouri Association of Public Utilities Discusses the State CAPE GIRARDEAU May AP Missouri has become through use of modern highways and public utilities a semimetropolitan area W H Henby new president of the Missouri Association of Public Util ities told the closing session of the associations twentyfirst annual convention here today Good automotive vehicles railroads electric railways the tel ephone telegraph electricity gas and water supply service have reduc ed in 1927 the physical proportions of the Missouri of 1840 to those of an averagecounty in the later pe declared Henby Fixed urban limits are no more The walled city of the Middle Age has passed away Public utilities are statewide or districtwide no urban or suburban in their operation In planning for the the president said towns and cities must consider areas from 30 to miles around plan boulevards streets roads parks to accommo date the business which good roads I and public service companies By setting aside large areas lor public parks Missouri has wisely recognized that the entire state is semimetropolitan area The next important development in utility service which is now un der way will be extension of electric service to the farmer In this huge effort large econom ical central stations based upon cities and towns will prove of ines timable value By enabling the large electric companies to serve the rural districts the city can assist the farmer and make further important contribution to the development and enrichment of the Whoever bone had tumor named it the Funny a mighty poor sense of Weather and Roads St roads fair St roads muddy roads good roads good roads rough roads fair Kansas roads mud dy Poplar roads fair roads good Cape good RADIOSiRIALTO New By The Associated Press Compiled by the Chicago Daily News Central Time i Legion night p Chica Hoteland Jack Chap mans Orchestra and Kata and his kittens p Ukelele club Fort in cash prizes Delicious and Refreshh AContest like WatcK for CocaCola advertis the CocaCola cash prize contest Complete announcement of it will appear in The Saturday Evening Post May 7 Literary Digest May 14 Colliers Week ly May 21 14 Life May 5 To the winners The CocaCola Atlanta will awarcl 635 cash prizes The first prize is For the benefit of our customers in this city arid calling special attention tothis cash prize Visit our plant and well be glad to give you full information about it MAT EIGHTH All Elemental Schools and Jr and Sr High Schools to Hold Exhibit Fri and Sat MQERSCHEL PRODUCTS CX Bottlers of Genuine Coco Cola Bear Facts The school children of the ele mentary schools and the Junior and Senior High Schools are having an exhibit of work accomplished during the year The exhibit starts this evening at and will be open tomorrow Saturday at and I Each school will have an assigned room and will be in charge ol a teacher from that school The school principals who have been responsible for the exhibit are Miss Fulcher Broadway Miss McGinley Central Mrs G Suggett Moreau Heights Miss Reneau Fairview Mrs Settles West End and Mrs Furbett Park Mr Chas C Cross TvMte and Mr A H Kazda This ig the first year that a school cs habit has been conducted this plan and the public is cordially in vited to attend Saturday evening between five and six hundred school children will give a short musical program The program 5s composed of songs which were taught as regular school work during the year by Miss Helen Mani fold supervisor of elementary school music to all CREVBUT HblVIE FURNISHERS 106 West High s Phone 343 Class Meeting Called Wednesday By The President Charles Love From Bear Facts Wednesday noon the Junior Col lege students held a business meet ing for the purpose of planning a picnic Plans were made to hoid the frolic at Moreau Park before the close of school The meeting was called to order by the president Charles Love The following committee were appointed entertainment Boob Malion ami John Gablcr and Dorothy Auten reith Refreshments Dorothy Rob ters Charles Carson Janice Green and Richard Kieseibach and Trans portation Howard Drane Miss Lucia Nolen the only 1927 graduate will be a gviest along with the college professors Miss Edna Robinson Miss Margaret Robinson Miss Rice Miss Miller Mr Linker and Mr Kazda Gbps dues are fifty cents and all 1 i CAR DEALERS RECOMMEND THE NEW GABRIEL SNUBBERS Car dealers are urging buyers to install New Gabriel Snubbers be cause they know only Gabriels can gwe greater riding comfort over all of their new antipre loading break Profit by the experience of men who know and sell cars Investigate the New Gabriel Snubbers and learn how you can enjoy riding comfort on good roads as well as bad x Gabriel Snubbers Are Always Sold On a 30Day Money Back Guarantee Places Value of One Million On Mrs Coolidge WASHINGTON A value of to the can party has been placed upon Mrs Calvin Coolidge In a speech before the Womens Universal Alliance Miss Vera Bloom daughter of a New York Democratic congressman evaluated Mrs Cool idge that amount and declared grace and charm are real assets hi the white house and contribute much to the prestigeof the adminis Saved Three Billions NEW YORK The 67 savings S5 banks of this city have nearly on deposit representing nearly accounts SAVE AND HAVE New Installment Shares are forsale in the Cityj Rational Building and Loan Association between the 1st and 15th of each month Let us TO CITY NATIONAL BUILDING LOAN 306 Monroe Street WM H GUNDELPINGER President Secretary v DIRECTORS Wm H Gundelfinger A Linxwiler Phil A Dallmeyer Carl F Schultz Henry V Guhlenian James C Bacon Thorpe J Gordon Wm E Zuehdt It doesnt take a very bright worn There is no sucess without an to dazzlesome men ness rsr Dorsey W Musick Gabriel and Service CREEDONS SMITH Proprietoi
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