SERIES (^"MEETINGS State Officials of Unit on Tour of State Where Programs Are Given A child welfare program, sponsored by the Leslie Huddleston Post of -the American Legion and the Auxiliary unit of that organization will be held Thursday night, April 28, at the city hall, beginning at 8 o'clock. The ipubllc is most cordially Invited to, attdnd this program, which is one of a scries of like programs being held over htc state on the Child Welfare subject. An interesting' program has been prepared for" the occasion, as follows: Invocatioiv—Dr. W. R. Anderson. Song—"America," by audience. Purpose, of Meeting—Chedlster Hall. Reading of Children's Charter—Mrs. R. L. Searcy, of Lewisville. What our county has accomplished along: 1. Medical Service; 2. Public health and administration. 3. Education Education and training. 4. The handicapped. —Mrs. Ira Hammond, county health nurse of Hemp'stead county. What our county hopes to accomplish accomplish along: 1. Medical service. 2. Public Public health and administration. 3. Education Education and training, 4. The handicapped.—Mrs, handicapped.—Mrs, Alberta Hamm, supervisor of nurses in Arkansas^ , Balance diet for children—Mrs, H. O. Kyler, and Mrs, Harry Shiver. Song—Mrs. Ward Pabney. Address—Jfow the American Legion can assist' in' improving ,chtld"health and protl($Ubnin our county-speaker from Little Rbck, H - ; '\s««i '%fe ' Address—H<5w the 'America!!' He^t Auxiliary, can assist in imprbvi child 1 health and protection ln*;oUr county—Mrs. Jessie Cox, state secre-' tary of Legion Auxiliary; and Mrs, Edna Miller, state .president of American American Legion Auxiliary. Address—How the P. T. A. can assist assist in improving child health an protection protection in our county.—Dr.' Etta E. Champlin. Song—"The Star Spangled Banner." Benediction. i Social. Light refreshments.