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Joplin Globe Newspaper Archives May 20 1923, Page 4

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Joplin Globe (Newspaper) - May 20, 1923, Joplin, Missouri Declares morale of average Home in America is in state of jazz by the Assoc Alf a press. Rontrell n. A my 19.-"the Norale of the average american Homo is in a stale of jazz. With .1azz music jazz amusements jazz via Dir jazz , jazz Orn ments jazz dress Liow can sanity sobriety and dependability be expected to the world when the Homes keep pouring such poisoned streams into it this statement with its accompanying question is the Climax of a report of Tho permanent of Ommittee on the Saphath and family religion before the general Assembly of the Southern presbyter Len Church in session Here today. Asserting that the Christian Home Iff the greatest thing on Earth greater than a City greater than a slate greater than .1 nation the report makes extensive recommendations for the of the alleged condition giving Jesus Clorist As the Only the document hrs referred to a standing committee. Referring to causes which go toward breaking up the Homes the report says in St.tte.5 covered by Oiw churches there Wero 343,618 marriages and 34,352 divorces in one year or almost exactly one divorce for every ten m a ridges. West Virginia is the Only state in our territory showing a decrease in a ten year period. In texa.9 the proportion of divorces to is about one to seven. The number of divorces to every 100,000 of population in our territory is As follows Arkansas. It Texas. Los Oklahoma 16s Florida Lul Kentucky 12? Tennessee. 127 Missouri 171 Mississippi. 104 Alabama 101 air Ginia full . 7s West air Ginia. F.9 Maryland 74 Georgia. O4 a Orch Carolina. 31 and Tho District of Columbia. 13. South Caroline has no divorce Cannon Chase according to the report Points out that the rate of divorce in the i United states is increasing 3 a Tinie As fast As the population and at this rate the end of this Century three fourths of All marriages will terminate in divorce. Joplin Globe sunday May 20,1923 Chitwood items mrs. Alice Miller is visiting her son Roy a Luller. C. Or. Gilbert who has been ill the past week is improving. Miss Norma Eggleston visited miss Ethel Montgomery last sunday. Afro. Pail Baker spent Friday with mrs. Roy Miller. Sirs. C. W. Cox and Little sons spent monday with mrs. F. L. Cox. Or. Ai id mrs. Taul Baker and Jar. And mrs. Ben Baker spent sunday fishing near Alba. Mrs. George Crane visited her grand Kotlier mrs. Anzui Scott in South Joplin wednesday. Imi. And mrs Glenn Orem and children and r. And mrs. James Pattison and children wore dinner guests wednesday at the Home of or. And mrs. Charles Barbour. Mrs. Austin Gilbert and sons. Harvey and Charles spent sunday with her Mother. Frs. G. M. Peters of Cotton Wood Springs. Jars. Marie Smiley of Trenton. Mo., spent sunday with Oleta and Clara Cox. Or. And jars. Alvin Thompson announce the birth of a baby boy born Friday. May is. Mrs. Geor. Okla. Jar. And mrs. Glenn Orem and children spent Friday evening with or. And mrs. W. 1. Coffman Duenweg. Wanted poultry Zaun a Market i902 a Iii St. Phone 1641. I just arrived in Tow Carload of a Kitchen cabinets your Choice this week Only at spec Iid Low paces Are Ofifi a bet Kitchen work is Palling i Sponyoe. Esbo Are wading Vii Baia the help of this great Modem labor and Tiane Saver. You women who Wool keep yarn a Tamsi health and Beauty tvs is Yoor Chance to own one of rom rarest a Bani Cal seem res in Moo a i Rica. We have a test mad sed an entire

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