Campbell Wells of Platte City
HE IS OLDEST IN SERVICE AS MEMBER OF BOARD OF CURATORS C Campbell Wells AMPBELL WELLS, chairman of the Executive Board of the Board of Curators of the University of Missouri, is in jioint of service the oldest memlier of the 15oard. Mr. Wells was appointed a curator of the Uni versity in 1S07 by Gov. Lon V. Steph ns and was rcapiKiinted by Gov. Alexander Alexander M. Dockery. He has served under the administration of Three governors. governors. Mr. Wells' home i in Platte City, where he conducts one of the largest private banking institutions in Northwest Missouri. He is the son of the late State Senator William C. Wells, is a member of the Christian church, and is named for the great leader of that church, Alexander Campbell. Mr. WelN is a thirty-thiid degree Mason and has served as grand master of Ma-oils of Missouri as well as held the highest position in the grand chapter of the grand commandery. He is married and has two children. His daughter, Miss Catherine, is a student in the Teachers College High School in the L'niversity of Missouri. .Mr. Wells was graduated at Bethany College, from which institution many other distinguished citizens of the Middle West have come. His long -civice on the Board of Curators, his fine business ability, and his wide acquaintanceship acquaintanceship with Missouri and Missourians hav0 made him a valuable memlier of the lioard.