Stella Brizzolara food

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DEMOCRAT FORT .SMITH WOMEN PLEDGE FOOO SAVING Members of Clubs Agree to Purchase Supplies Only As Needed. Vnrt Smith. Deo. . Soecial.l Fort Smith housewives at a mass meeting of women's clubs at Carnegie Library yesterday yesterday afteruoou jiledged their support to couserve inou so mai me uuuru States would be enabled to meet the de mands of an increase of . 10,000,000 tons of food products for the allies in r-u-nme. r-u-nme. r-u-nme. r-u-nme. r-u-nme. This conservation is to be ac complished without past restrictions be ing placed on tne purcnase oc ioous, the Fowl Administration being convinced convinced that the people understand their duty aiifticientlv to accomplish the purpose once they have given their word of honor to do so. Allan Kennedy, food administrator for the Fort Smith district, outlined the aims and hopes of the Food Administration Administration to the meeting. He stated that people were expected to purchase rood only in such quantities as were required, that they were expected to practice food economy for an indefinite period or until the peoples of the allied countries had become self-sustaining self-sustaining self-sustaining in the matter matter of foods. Sugar, flour and fats were the essentials for the allies, Mr. Kennedy Kennedy stated, especially fats, of which there was a world-wide world-wide world-wide shortage. That the South should be particularly particularly conservative with its foods was Mr. Kennedy's assertion, because, he said, the allies are heavy purchasers of cot-tou. cot-tou. cot-tou. "The South cannot sell its cotton with Europe in rags," said Mr. Kennedy. Kennedy. A typical food conservation program was carried out. The exercises opened with the audience singing "America," followed by the reading of Herbert Hoover's message to the American people people to conserve food. Excerpts of President President Wilson's November 11 message on the food question were also read. Following the food meeting new members members for the County Council of Defense were enrolled and Mrs Stella Brizzolara spoke in favor of the proposed new state constitution, declaring that the equal suffrage and state-wide state-wide state-wide prohibition prohibition planks should be sufficient to carry the constitution at the election a week from Saturday. a

Clipped from Arkansas Democrat06 Dec 1918, FriPage 18

Arkansas Democrat (Little Rock, Arkansas)06 Dec 1918, FriPage 18
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