The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 19, 1930 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

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!did nD'. vote for lilm. This ve.ir | [• Regular Alabama-Democrats Inrie- ' him from tlieir primary. "Jeili'i-- sonian lantl-Smi'.hi Driiion-af;" nominated him lu succeed liiinsol' on an independent ticket in the No- vuubcr elections. .Kunil Teachers Attend Summer Is Old Time Politician Willi- School Sessions Genius lor Oratory. Not; n ,. S| ,, le many - 0 7 Mississippi co.m- Lcoislalion, 1 ime Finds. ; '>' schools havinK summer salons. ^ ' tnelr icacliers lUiendcd colleges i The firsl of a series of thumbnail : dllr '"l! [*'•"• vai-ntlcns. 1 According to a report tnmiiibd Mis.s Winnie Virgil -| ni-m-r. :county Mipi-i-vi.-;;.-. 40 Ic.ich'rs in 30 nirj] Mho Is wore in rcllcne liiK :aummi-r where- i!»-y studied llu- •!!oin: James Thomas ("Tom- ,h»^'. mt'.hcds ol edumllon. Tom") Hcflin.. Loinna. Ala. Apv] . ' I!l '- v ;ll<1 - 1V;1 V school. Miss 0 ISM rnola Morn.nn. .loncsljoro eolieue; ' 'Slarl In Life: Mayor of Lsifay. Etowi.h, .Miss l.ellal Mike. .St;ite cue. Ala. ' • ''^cliei-:- jolicue at Memphis, Miss Career: Never in pecuniary need, '-''"a Mm-dllli. Jom-shoro A. nn'l he was forced by his Spavlun fi:t!i- : M - : l!:ilf Mo"". Mrs. Cassie Cald- IT. richest Randolph cotiuly lane!--*;:" Ii: tr.-;m. Jyiu-.sboro A. .md M. bit-graphics of urcimiu'iit ('oiiKn-ss- . nirn crnlpilrd liy the editors or,"*' •Time, the Wi-ckly Niw: and printed by special permission claimed "Give me liberty or yivr me death" at tile nearby seliool- housc; aged 12, ho had read a! owner, to plow and pick in 'the pa- ' Mi ' s l ' :llil _ Illdi:i-.v .luncsburo <-o]|;->;<-; i(:iniil cottoa plantation, weed i;ar- ; 1-one O.\k. Mis c. S. Hngijett ;m:l dc:is milk cows with his six broth- [M- s -s E^l> r-'ield 1 .. Juicsb'.ro A. and IT.-., one Mster. ARCS! 10. he A>- M.; Mai Lake. Miss lltntrlce liar- : a "< ; , you. .Jom-.sboixi iHllegc; Hickman. 1):)l " Miss Jan? McGhoc, Jonc.sbwo A ana M.; Huirman. Mr. nnd Mr,. Hruvus. I line Mountnin, Miss'-' nuynl-n. Mr.s. iiulia Pierce, W. W i Or.v, Josii-sboi-H A. and M.; Hound : Lake. Mi.ss HCS'.CT Robinson. Jones- i! bora A. and M.; Uiiukley, MiV Man- iirlnkk-y. Jui'.e.'boro A. aiii'l M.: HUM Ktcier. MLss Ruth i(a\vl-; ' Jone.-.bnro A. am! M ; Mullimiii' llwii!.;, Miss Vclina Williams .lonrv txiro A. and M.; Clear Lake. Miss Annie Lee David. Jonosboro A. umi '. M.: West Ridge. Mrs. Cjuinn. 'MI-S '• Clii-ismantl. Jono.'b-jro A. nnd M • i Frazier. Miss Hiisle Ural. Coiuvay I Teachers collcft.-: SUIIman. MIS ! Mattii' Mlildlelon. Tc.ii-hcrs ™l- ! le^e at M.-mphts, Mi. ss i-Yeshour I Jonosboro A. nnd M. : J}|. w Hope' Miss Cloln .\rt-Cnrml,'k. -i-eacl^is j college ai Memphis; ,\|j : . s i^ ri j; I Nenltiiiin. .Iniu'.sboro A. niul M • i ao.-nrll. Mr. and Mrs. I^nfesl^ ! JOIICSUUI-D A. anil M.; I'nwhren. Mi^s ; Joy UBW-IIS. Jcncsixiro A. ami M ; I Shady Grove, Mr. and Mrs. V. A Murphy. Jrai.^stjeu-, A. anil M • "! Untehei-. Mis. Anna Davidson, I Miss Florriifv S|ieakes. Mrs, Rose'. Tencher.s onlleftc at Memphis- D.u:gherly. Mrs Ellis lliiilson : Jc.nesboro A. nnd M.; Sli.iriy Bend i Miss Iron... \Vatkins. Jonc.'boro col- leiic; Rocky, j. A. McKeu/li-, Jones- ' boro College: Ekron. S. T aim,,, i son. Teachers c;:llese at Coiuvay i Number Nine, Miss May Hatlcy Joiusbcro A. nnd M.: "noimoocl ! Miss Arreim Ofl?. Toai-hers college ! at Conway; Siiady Lane, Mi« Edin Ueen, Mrs. p,.;,r] Hill. Joneslxiro wild M.i Ilnrdette. Miss Tatlen T. Aulry, Miss Parkinson! leach.?rs college ni Conwiiy Mrs Jicteon. Teachers culleue at Mcm;ihis: Hlghlower. Mr. and Mr< Sliaiv. Teachers college at Mem-' nhis. ,! IO:KI u ill ciiiisume l. r iO in- Ill-id tins year tlian .s',:- nl 1300. ac-cnrdhi-; i: an Id-srarch l-'ounila- •--..!. Irii::;;. fal. 1 ;. and 01!-. iu-ti'.c 1-. ;irc l]'!n» cali'ii |i'.i ni 'I, United Slates" ciiniii ; assumption u! •:ii::;it"-il at abant Ifn :s year. co:npiiri.'d wit' pi-r i-apiia in ludy. I'.ir Hi:: tins year, coin- paii-d with '1-1 iKiiituls a ls i-nr.silmptilill ll;r :irji; lilu gn.ijiids to l.or frcsii :iui:.s fniin HXI to 19.' "Meal i'n:i>.-.:iiipiiflii hiis shown li'-- !!c- viiniiiniii. ]-:iiti;iii>; from H2 t.; 1-15 pouniK n year per pcr.sun. ••nsjin-hiij :ln- IIIL-KMSCS uilh the decline, (in- avern'jc p?r capll. foxl eon.suniplion shows a gain o. 150 pounds annunlly In the lasl'-snl yeais. "An Inciraslni; preference fo; or.crsy and heat prtKliicing foods Is evident in the modern American dietary. SiiKar larai-ly supplies PH. crijy, Mhilc- lats are netd.^siuy i Brneratiiu: heat and power for [I-,- j body." Lloyd Adcock Honored at Oklahoma A. and M. l.lr.yd Adi-'.-'k. a ;;radiiali; ol thn | iliy hish scliooi. has brcn p!:i'./"l | nn tin- Drtins' llsl of I)l^.^jn{;uisl](•.•i ' S'.iidi-nt.s at tlif Oklahoma A. an'! ' M. i.o:tf[;i' ai Jjtilhviitev for Hi. srcond .v-ir.i'.'.r-r i,'. l(i2'J-:in, II-• was also oj] /or lhr iir:.l M-nir:i.er. 'i'his n i (jf-'iiitinn is accorded lo tlio.se sludf-nts \\iio have passed in :.!! courses ink.-n with an averaj!" o! nut lii'A-cr tlinn Sri Only cne out of every la .sludi n:s altiiin tin- dJMhietlon. aicimlini; >lo Henry C, Ui'iinclt, iircsiciein. i.ivi- DOVRR, o. <UPi— When rjovi-r youths v.-i-ri' brtnifjiii ijcfort- Mayor \V. H. HtucXy an u rimr^ of raising t'n> ima-ii ;«-lnorH;p." in a local ihi'iiler. lit: luld Ihem to s:..; I heir own semi'iit-i's. They eim- I dtinncrl ihpnwlvc.s to cniuh:emenl ! in the ImincilluK! vlt-inity of theii , homes alti-r r, o'clOLk in the sve- Jamrs Tbonns Helliu available lomes on the American Revolution, much Shakespeare, in preparation lor an oratorical carter. AI- Southern University iGrrensboro. Ala.) nnd at the A i r c M. Cotleqe (Auburn. Ala.K he rtohaled. oral"d. played selionl ivjl- ilics. Gr.-iduatln?. he moved lo l,a- ri'^'eMe. Aln., (here sludird lav.-, was r.dmlitod to (he bar in .lanuarv IFns. Two months later he wn* r-lfclcd mayor of Lafavetlc. youn"- r"i >23) in the town's lilslorv. Tp Ifn'i he married Minnie Knt« Fchne.-sler. now dpcensed. who b^ 1 -" )i : rn rinn sin .lairds Thomas ir, T-Tr- has h<>]rt nublic otTire ccinllnnouslv r,.-. Pr-aislrar in Cbancorv. Rtai'- Lc?if:.i(/ir. Stale Constlliitlonal n"l- enair (1901), Alalnnn Secrelarv (if f.iain I13W-41 v. S. RenresTi'n- li'-" from the 5th Alabama District onn^-sni. u. g. Sr-natnr («inr« 'f'°fll. His" term expires March 3 We Must Streak-0-Lean 10 Pound Limit With Purchase of SI or More Great Northern IQrlRlfT Very Fancy 2 Pounds ISJCIKIl/t fn Full Head ib. 5c Chicot Rid ge News i Tti Conbross: He Is one of the most voluble sneakers, best raconteurs, in either House. Enterinc lh>- P^nrite. he became a vinlent criM'- nf the Federal Reserve Sv=tem a"' 1 its 1920-21 donation nolicv. if claimed to have driven Kf.se 1 ' 1 " Beard Governor William P. Go"'- 1 Hardin" finale-h<ind"d rad of office. Allied with ihe Kn Kluv Kh" he nexl turned savfi^clv imon tb° Kn'eht! nf Oolumhiif. charged I hi- Rom&n Catholic Church with no- litji--<l nlots aea>Tist 'hr> U. R. Wrek- Iv he bellowed his hate*; and fe->" a"ain?t tho Romnn Pone, innd" himself notorious throuchoul t h " land. H» susiectixl papal plot; against his life. becan)e wary r where he went, what he ate. He voted for: Tmmternllon Restriction (1923). the Soldier Bonus (1924). Tax Reduction (1921. 192fi 1928. 1929), Farm Relief '1927. 1928. 1929). the Boulder Dam (1928) the Jones (Five & Ten) Law (1929) the Navy 15-Crulser Bill (1929). He voted against. Reapportion- mer.t (19291. He votes, drinks, and speaks Dry. Kis attitude on foreisn alfairs i.~ \Vi!soni3n. Chief legislation bearing his j name (as co-anchor): the bill ere- : - atir.g a national "Nfother's Day." I Tall (6 ft.), massive (215 Ib.i. h- aflocts th» appearance of Ilic old- school Southern colonel. HLs ey-t in z broad face that flushes crlm- ion in the heat of debate arc steely grey. 'His hair, parted near the middle, is a thin, sandy grey, lit dresses in a black froek coat, grey tro",i?ers. cream vest, pince-nez on a laree black ribbon, wide-brimmed blacV. felt hat. H:s voice Is nil orat tor's mighty organ, strident in nttacV: soft and tender in appeal Artful is his use of language. His runner Is violently emotional, demagogic, with heaven-splitting gesture? and flying coat tails. His reo- cti'ious li.'ades which make him perspire freely drive most of his I'llow- Senators from the chamber. A. pious Methodist, he believe Gcd guides his actions; he give- penerously to charities. Ho does not rmjks or chew, use cofTre or tea. Outside Congress: Ho lives with hi? ion at the non-fashionable Con- linf-ntal Hotel when in Washington; whtn in Lafayette in a co- lonial-lype tree-shaded mansion, owas: no automobile. His one diversion: watching baseball games He is outside Washington smart .'ociety. Impartial Senate observers rat" him thus: an oratorical genius, a'i eccentric, no great legislator. An oldtlme politician whose personal magnetism has overridden his leg- iFbtive deficiencies, brought him. ifiloifiil, (o. a drab mcdern Con- CKS5. He bolted, bated Democratic .supporters ot Roman Catholic Alfred Emamiel Smith in 1D28 Mumnod for President Hoover, bn; Misses Kalhryn and Jewell Baker and Corrinnc Thome were the :nesls of Miss lle.ssie Cassidy o[ Huffman Saturday and Sunday Douslas Wilson, son of Mr» and Mrs. Arden Wilson of this community. broke his arm Saturday while trying to crank a car .Mrs. Claudi.-. Cnitcr and daughter, visited Mrs. Merlin Ray last Friday ' Misses Jewell and Knthryn liak- er, Joe Cassidy and Lynn Baker I attended the dance nt the Guhol-c Hall Tuesday night. I Miss Jevv-ll Baker .spent Tnesdav • with Miss Corrinne Tliornc Owendolyi, Naves, small daughter! of Mr. and Mrs. G . R. N i>v « , s I spending the week with her g , aml '. ["rents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Nuvcs Little R. ? x nakcr jr., cut his foot whlK- iilaying Monday. Mrs. A p. jjurks visited her mother m uragg citv lriM lveck Therefore it will pay you to watch our SPECIALS Cane Chairs Our Best All Cast Iron Range The well known Black Diamond 50-lb. Banner Cotton Mattress Not (he .ir> I-'limsuv Kind Simmons Iron Beds Best quality, 2-in. post Read Courier News want arls Beautiful all enameled green Range Wood King Heaters 22-inch AS! Cast Laundry Stoves or Carnation ge or|6 Small Cans 10c BACON Ib. 13c No. 2 Can Standard Libby's Delux No. 2 1-2 Can ISc CRACKERS K. C, Baby Beef We Don't Substitute lt's*Genuine Black Hawk 3 pound Limit Brookfield or Cloverbloom All Cast Iron Coal Heaters \J P TO your ears in work— every nerve at hiRh tension. ftO wonder you snap at the wife and bark at the children. Watch out! Overworked nerves may lead to Sleeplessness, Nervous Headache, Nervous Indigestion and a host of other unpleasant disturbances. Why don't you try Dr. Miles' Effervescent Nervine TaMels? Just one in a half g| ass O f irater makes a pleasant, sparkling drink delightfully soothing to over-taxed nerves. Dr. Miles' Nervine is now- made in two forms—Liquid an-i Effervescent Tablet. !)oth are the same therapeuticaliy. Large Package $f.OO OR.MtUES* NERVfilE MHES JSUIb. IDclOBANCES "*a 17J C Stal Large Jumbo Oak Heaters For Coal Golden Ripe, Extra Fancy Maple Rockers $1.95 Furniti ,

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