The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 18, 1930 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 18, 1930
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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1930 ELYTKRVILLE. (XJtk.) COURIER SEIIEBIIL SMALL A1 Capone's Soup Kitchen Feeds Chicago Jobless (Continued Ironi page one) ; ilitlons that might arise! Banfcs receiving Oils money, it was said, a;"! not involved In financial difflcul-: tics of any l:!n<l but arc merely I making preparations to nice', any I possible ' demand upon their re-1 sources. .-'••• i '.State in' Sound Condifijn State leaders,, including Gover- Hnrvey Pdrneli' and Senator Joseph T. Robinson today repeated statements of confidence in the "sound financial condition of Arkansas." Senator Robinson expressed t'vt belief that closing of banks yesterday wns the result or a "v.'sve ct liysteria" causer! hy Hie financial difficulties of CaUKvcll and cnm- pany, Nashville, Tenn., Investment bankers. Sixty iat First Class for Sunday School Teachers IVilson i Society— Persona] Misses Nnrlon Ealon, Louise Edllli MUlicaii nnd Minnie ^L". anil Mrs. Paul Wiggins of Hnyti, Mo.. spent Sunday here \vliii j Mr. unu M rs . Q. porter and fnnilly. Miss Ju.inlla Oreer, of OscL'Oh,, sjii'sn Saturday with friends here.' Sl'.e iva.s iictompunlcd home that evening by Lowry Pace nnd Misses Cuvsie Clayton and Lcsta rorlcr. Mr. ,111,1 Mrs. Clyde Ferry ami small sou and Mr. Perry's mollier intended the show In Osceola Pi'l- ' dny night. | Wiley Hu(.snn and Miss Gladys j Baiiun ntteiuled the show In Osec- Sb:ly teachers and adult mem- i beis 'if Sunday schools throughout! the city attended the first of a ser-1 ies of lectures Monday craning at i the First Presbyterian church when ' Mi'.-i Willie A. I.-mvEMi spoke. . j Practically ever church 'was rep- rp-iinted in the audience which heard the county supirintemlon'.'c ncldress on "Characteristics of a Teacher-" In giving the present day qnalificitl'tt* she lifted char- 1 acter. cultlvntlon with, manncr,s • speech and brains under' this requirement, humanism with cheer- : rnlness ciiscir«d as a sub-topic I yenoral and specific knowledge c-I I Ihc pixfes./:on aud professional | ethics. | In quoting .Miss Lucy Cage she i raid: "Philosophy is the thing that — V-'llis me see through a.situation. I KABIilT MEAT DRIVE I'l.ANXCU v out. and beyond it." ' "Teaching Phlhsopliy to:iiah The pictures here'show the latest and most surprising venture attributed to Chicago's notorious Al Cnpouc---'.he- opening of a soup kitchen where free meals arc ICTV cd clcily to ihousaiuls of Jobless iron In the upper photo a lineup ff hungry men is seen waiting lor Ihp doors of the kitchen to open; below, part of the crowd Is shewn at supper. Attendants in ihe pb-:e ieui.:d to give their .•untie.c note how the man behind the counter, at the right, In the n-iuii 1 s.nvl. is concealing lib face 'ir.Hi tk.; camera. The free meals consi.-: of soup, meat, bread, coffee and doughnuts. Reports say the place is- tjlng financed by Capone Ihc noted gang chief. Vvllllonl relumed home Sunday frum Little Hock whore they hail altc-mlcd (he stale teachers meet. 1 Orvii Ross, Fred, Harmon Wilson, Charles lieall and E. Y. Fitch left Saturday afternoon for Kansas City to spend the next few days. wiglLi Anderson was In Osccoln Friday evening. Lowry Pace and Miss Cassle Clayton were ill Osceola Fildav nlglit. H:i!|)h Rnney is reported Improving, lie has typhoid fever.. Junior Harmon is rapidly Improving from 11. minor operation. Miss Dorothy Gideon eiilerlnluc:! Hie following with a bunkinu party at lier home Sunday evening: Orown, death last Saturday morning at •Malier. W;W in -U» Oonernl hospital. He H. L. Sleele of Jontflboro spent lltl(l !».'».sick for some time but Sunday here. Mr. Stock was for- the seriousness of his case-was not incr malinger ot the flour mill here. ,'realized, n6 wont to his sister's Roy Drown Is In Cairo, III, where i !asl - Saturday to be under Die care he Is now employed. ol "• <loclor there. He became worse Byron and nnlnh Robinson vis- !™ ursci: Y nlul clll «'«l U>e hospital, lied in Osrcoln Snliirday niglit. l Tilcre llle doctors snld he had A. P. Glascoe of Mcl'errcn, visited here Friday evening. Mr. ami Mrs. Herbert Dacus attended the show in Osceoln 'Iliura- (hiy nlghl. H. E. I.. Wilson Is Improving nnd Is expected lo be able to return home soon. Mr. nnd Mrs. Curtlss Freeman spout Sunday In Mnrlnnim with relatives of Mr. Freeman. J .H. Clnylon spent lust week- id In Mississippi with.Ills father ho Is seriously ill. The many friends of PAGE THREE—, severe case of typhoid fever, lie put up a great fight but was unable to overcome it. Funeral services and burial was mude In Ca- .ruthersvllle, Mo. Mr, Klrkpalrlck was manager of JO-AD Lake farm and well liked 'by all who knew him. Patrick were sorry to hear of his I TJv:y did TAKKS KIRK TO K1HKMKN NULL, Muss., (UP) — Wild Rlmrles IMtu 1 automobile caught I lire on a. 1 -cal street lie drove lo I flre headquarleis and r«|ue.' Bcu Kirk-1 firemen lo extinguish the blnze FREE PROCTOLOGY CLINIC All rivlal diseases i:c Hemorrhoids (Piles), Anal assures. Ulcers, etc.. examined nnd treated without charge. Tills Imilinnu is non-surijlcnl and does not. confine one to their bed. Clinic hums each Wednesday from I:OD lo 3:00 P. M. Varicose Vein cuaes will also \K ncccptrd and treated. DRS. NIES & NIES 5M Mttin 1'himc ( J8 Mrs. Myra Dougan Noted Culirrary Ex-; pert,-, has .chosen the' Eiois Beauty Shoppe at IJorum's Balcony ; 1 for;-beauty treatments while she is 1 in ,the FACIALS::' • GENUINE. EUGENE -.' ,1'KUMAN.ENTS SI'KCIAI, SCALP ' TREATMENTS ': JUNIOR I'RRMAN; KNT WAVES' ., MANICURES I'hone 5«5 For 'The Public Appreciates" DEI.niERATIONS UION'T TELP llifine for to:iiaht.V lecture which is to begin at 7:30 o'clock and will continue, for 45 minutes. Sponsored by the'Sunday school of the First Presbyterian church evory-ine is invited to attend the thre nigiH-, course arranged especially for Sunday schcot tcaclitrs. The general thought is the applying cf pv3fe<>ional methods to Sunday school teaching. Hold Health Unit Clinics at Rosa and WhiUon | BOSTON, (UP)—A Suffolk county ury deliberated for 11 hours and then reported u disagreement In | the car.? of Joseph baskey, 23, al- in (he everyday diet. County dute . legctl robber. As soon as the dls- CONCORD. N. H., IUP)--A cum-1 ave telng .irLnnlKcS to aid in thi:. j agreement had l>een announced, paign has been ynui:r?hcd in Nee >(,' r«l tlissc will send delegates the defendant admitted liiu guilt Hampshire with a view to elevating . lo (he Now England Federation of and wa 1 ; civon u five-year Jail sen- rabbit iroat to a prominent pr.'.cc \ ":rbbit Breeders ' ; tcjicc. Clinics ore beinu held at Whii- toa and Rosa today by Dr. A. TU. Washbumj director, and Miss Snl- He At. Crowe, nurse, of the county health unit. Miss Crow examined students of tlie Leachville school Monday. K'n. Elliott Williams of Luxora Hurt in Fall LDXORA, Arfc—Friday evenins Mrs. Elliot'. Williams was severely Injured when the slipped fin the doorsteps and fell on the concrete walk as she was leaving the residence of Dr. Tlios. F. Hudson. BESTHEDICIIE EVER Any \Vondcr This Man Is Enthusiastic Over New Compound Of 32 Ingredients! MR. JAMES McGAW Front by experience—tens of thousands of them—like fhU of , Mr. James McOaw, 1504 Van Horn ! Road. Independence, Missouri. Read ! every word 'thoughtfully: "For tun years I suffered from constipation and stomach trouble, but Konjoia soon put an end to ' my suffering, it Is the besc medicine I ever used. Every meal \ brought on gas, Woatlnj and a terrible burning. I was constipated; tired and without ambition. Three bottles of Konjoia made a wonderful improvement in my health. Gas and constipation are ended. I have ambition to do my work, and 1 cat hearty meals without the least distress afterirard." Konjoia goes to work swiftly, yet it Is best to take a complete treatment of from six to eight bottles for best results. Konjoia is sold in BIythev-llle, Arkansas at Klrby Drug Stores, nnd by all t'nc best druggists In all towns throughout this entire section. are iKivitedlto Attend . •. > » :'• ••••-ty.:~s!f->fj-'ry^l.:i:,'-..i.-,,.-.. ',i : .:;', Courier News COOKING SCHOOL BE SURE AND NOTICE Mrs. Myra Bougan's DEMONSTRATIONS USING AKIMO 25 Ounces for 25 C SAME PRICE for Over 40 Years The cfemonsrraioi' will show you that in using a Double Action baking powder such as K C you get Fine Texture and Large Vctume in your bakings —that you can use less than you do of high priced brands. You will realize that it is not necessary to pay war prices for baking powder. Then try K C yourself. Qivc it the oven test and judge by results. GOVERNMENT OUR MILLIONS USED OF POUNDS Says EMIL E. FUCHS President Boston National League Baseball Club Former Deputy Attorney General.. of the State of New York "The trend of modern • industry is towards iakr ing ihe public into its: confidence. That is why •• r 'l "know- you ar.e wise to state frankly to the public the /acts of the- use of the Ultra Violet' Ray in Toasting the LUCKY STRIKE. I have found the public appreciates confidence?' Everyone knows that sunshine mellows-that's why TOASTING includes the use of the Ultra Violet Ray. LUCKY STRIKE-the finest cigarette you ever smoked/ made of the finest tobaccos -the Cream of the Crop-THEN-"IT'S TOASTED." Everyone knows that heat purifies and so TOASTING removes harmful irritants that cause throat irritation and coughing. No wonder 2O/679 physicians have stated LUCKIES to be less irritatingl " It's toasted Your Throat Protection - against irritation — against cough Consistent with its policy of laying the facts before the public, The American Tobacco Company has invited Mr. Emil E. Kucha to review the reports of the distinguished men who have witnessed LUCKY STRIKE'S famous Toasting Process. The statement of Mr. r\ichs appears on Oils page. t, The American Tobacco Co.. Mfn. -. '. - ' :. .: • ; ' . -

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