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*_--NOttHWIST ARKANSAS TWMS, HyMtavUta, Ark.MW, iiitiMiilimiMxiiwiiiilmiMii imiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiMUi MRS. KATHLEEN DOIIIR "illlltllllllillliilil i m m i i i i i i i i ' i ' i i i " i n i i i i i i i i l i l l HIIIIH "in Daily Calendar of Events First Showing Of Poetic Drama tomorrow Nighi The . f i i s l production nf the poelic d r a m a , "A Sparrow Falls,"' by John Cnuld Fletcher will le; given tnmoirov. 1 and Friuay n i g h t , at 8 nVIurk in tin; University : Theater. The pliiy rrciils with a ' variety of character and revolves! a i o u n d a plane crnhb. , On the production. s.laff are:; V i r s i l I.. Baker, head of Ihe de- p a r t m e n t of speech and (Iranian,.·' rd during the evcnlnK and prizes wen: won by Mrs. C. W. Crook (or brl'lfir, oml Mrs. H. L. Smith for canasta. High cut prize was roi.'clvcd by Mrs. T. E. Ha/on. Hostesses served refreshments of coffee and dessert. Community Chesl Reports On Drive Personals Mrs. T. Kwing Shellon, accompanied by Mr. Shclton and her dauiihler, Mrs. E. .W. Mcllac of M i d l a n d , Texas, left yesterday a f t e r receiving word of the death of her mother. Mrs. James Kinney of Kansas City, Mo. They will remain in Kansas City for a few days. N. H., during Chriitmas. Mit! Carlyn Cl»rk at St. Louis, Mo., arrived (his morning for a week's visit with her parents, Mr. »nd Mri. Troy Clark. Announcements . ,.,,,,,., me ,, inR |f ^ ( , nmm ,.. : .( c ,, c , t ; as , ,,,,,,. , 0 n, iwill( , wcre , n adc new 'Innight . . . A t f i ··- I J u i n c r and Ru.'ine:-s MoellnR, Mrs. IJiirnftt .Sure, n:30 Ai-l-ann.-. Icmorralu:'s Club, FergUMin's, 7 N a v a l ' K C M M V O Kkvliomr Company 8-S Drill, K.asnn H u i d l m g , V Univv.rMly L.i'.v Wr(-.', Student Union, 7:30 Hell" SIRIII.I li'ish Kmcalil, 7::iii Kani'.-i \ l n l i i i I'll" -ll Kail HiH-k Sliccl, T:3U Lvnn Cumuli, Cliai lesion, slaw j ·-""'· "Vllr'.' li DB-imli V o l u n t e e r Air Folce Reserve Training Squadron, 7:30 ,,f an . l( . r . r . Jal . Mc Bonne,. N o r f o l k , | f'\ '.^l^ 1 ,, 1 : \^' S''"'" AM VI. IK. C n i n i l i o u i e . ..I.. ''''^m'-l'^'ca^ki'lV of Prcscull, a n d ' Shoemaker, U n i v e r s i t y ; D i c k M a i i l y n IM/.ing Shrcvepoil. I.;i.,! Burke, Arkansas Western Cas light crew; Paul Phibb. Still- Company; and Mrs. Hcydon Lewis. A report was given by CJ. M. ...irry I.e Marr. auditor, and ot- t h c j f i c - e r s were elected as follows: | Kills ]'.. Shellon, c h a i r m a n ; Dean M i s . Roberta Milbrlght left I h i s i morning with Sam Peck and hi? mother, Mrs. Kula Peck, for Little i Rock, where she will visit for. a | [ w h i l e before going to Pine B l u f f j to visit her son, Jack yulbnjrht, : and f a m i l v . AM VETS There will be a meeting of the AMVETS, Wednesday at 7:30 p. m,, in the courthouse. meet Thursday «t 7:30 p. m.. in the home of Mrs. Marie McClinton, Park and Prospect Streets. Wnklniton Count; Medical Society Auxiliary The auxiliary of the Washington County Medical Society will not meet in January, ana will have its next session in Kebruaiy. The dodo bird. * lurgf flightless pigeon that used to llv« on the island of Mauritius in the Indian Ocean, became extinct during the- 17th century. t The U. S. Army 11 resuming its formal t r a i n i n g of dogs for mili- lary use for the first time since Wo'rld War II. " ilota Club, WiiMiiniilnii Hotel. '- , , ial Garden Club. Mrs. Jack H y l a n d , 1 1 M'ashinfiton School P.T.A.. .2:15 V K W IDft'ii West Crntcr. 7:.'U) fei£*^^ " water, Okla., srr.-nery crew foiellian: Georw: Campbell, PiKBHtt. Miunil e f l c c t s ; members of bnuxc s'.alf. have season tickets may use them. ..V'A U i r f a f f c i s . V . A . Nurses Home, , :30 Kwpa Kappa Gamma Alumni. Chapter House, 8 · -TM Sparrow Kails," University Thcatcr._«_ Music Class At University In Program , Ail afternoon of Music will bo .presented by Iho music history of the University, Sunday at Recital Date Changed By Mrs. Humphreys |D.A,C, Chapter Plans For State Meeting ,.,o recital date oi the pupils of Mrs. Marguerite Willis H u m p h - reys has been chanced from Friday evening to tomorrow evening in ci»« 01 ii. t u,.,....,.. - the First Presbyterian Church at 4 n m in the Concert Hall nf the : WU o'clock. The time has been Arts Center. i chanced due to the Community The program will Include; Entrance Hymn for the Emperor-Chinese, 1000 B.C.; Agnus Del- Trope, 12tb century; Mlra lege, Mlro morlo-Organum; Craynndi/.e- Blonde! dc Neslcs; fj,, 0 ,;, 11 ,",,.', llsh Dance; Comment qu'a Moy- Machaul; Maria Zarl-Schlick; Oa' lion for Three Wind Inptrumcnlt-- Dc Plus en Plus--Bln- Concert at the University Friday , U1 ,,.., .,,,pciirlng on the proiiram will be Dcde Noll, C a m l l l o Adams, Aline ThurhiRcr, Sarah ,. , ^ ,,, Mnrgnret Hobinson, Iliivld Dykes, Margaret A n n Short, .limmv.Smith, Anne Arlams, Hob' n Noll. Judy Hen- Tbc box office will bo open In i John K. Shoemaker, vice chair- Ihc afternoons, and those w h o ! m a n ; Dick H i i r h c , Ireasurcr; Mrs. Kdinond P. Watson, secretary; members of Ihe lioarrl, Ernest G. Ward, Mrs. V i r g i l T. Blossom, M a u p i n - · CumminKS, .J. Auslin Parish, and Clint Waldcn. In the recent Community Chesl j Drive, the tqial amount pledger! | was $10',(I3I.HI7. The first q u a r t e r - j nalcil gl/ls, is ready for disburse-i hated Rift.', is ready lor disbcrse- ] ment In the agencies: , Relief, $512.52; library, $B14.B8; civic emergency, $M2.0!l; Harmon. 1205.119; Boy Scouts, $851.30; G i n , Scnuts. S3B0.33; Crippled Children,; $570.09; Salvation Army, $503.44;! United Defense,' $122.31; total,. $4,232.34. Billy J. Garrioll and Wesley C. lluchc?. both of Faycttevillc, and Charles W. Combs of Combs, with Ihe 142nd Field Artillery Group, have been promoted from sergeants to sergeants first class. I Mr. and Mrs. Hoy liromfield i have returned from visiting members of her family in the East, They were guests of her mother, Mrs. Charles Prichard, in Beverly, rahali Club There will be no luncheon meeting for members of t h e , Pahala Club, scheduled for this; month. World l)»y of Prayer Committee The World Day of Prayer Committee of the United Council of Church Women will meet Thursday at 9:45 a. m., at the home of; Mrs. Joe Brchnan, 225 Virginia i Street. ! funo Concert A piano eonecrt will be given by R u d o l f Kirkusny, Friday evening at 8 o'clock in the Field House. The southern pine beetle is! _ especially troublesome in East! DUE TO e»LDl Tcx»s and Eastern North Caro-, lut-knim him Una. ' TM"*» """·* O . K . S. Social Club The O. E. S. Social Cluh will WAY TO HVI AVMIN TO TOW CHID "Hot flashes" of change of life stopped or strikingly relieved in 63-80%* oMheeatei in daclort' Ictti! .loe Anne Thuringer, I.ea Tsaal Ecn'Mcskin--Dim-fill; O moyf do mal--.lanncqiiln; Hlccr- e»r--Willacrt; Amarllle--Cacclnl; Suite for Five Brass Instruments --Pezcl; niccrcarc del 12 lono-- ., Oavricll; The Silver Swan--Gibbons; O Bonne Jesu--Palcstrlna. On the 'roster will l» Marietta harbam, Mnrjorln Bond, Thomas firny, Marlon Groff, Eva Jnrda, Vlviim JsrgenKCti, Robert Jorgcn- Hcn, Mary Kay Keel, Jack I,a Fevers; Ruth Mosn, Dorothy O.i- wnld,' PrlBtcIln Parson, Penny Hlce, Mack Walker, Mary .lane Watklns, IdH Weir, and Neal Wlcl- (U r. Demeter Garden Club Mecls With Mrs. Englc[| The Demeler Garden Clulvifict last evening at the hnmc nf.-$1r.v K l n r a l d , M a l t h a N a n M c K i n n c y , Guy llrown, Jr., Surah Smith, Klizabcth Ann Hhiilln, Janet Adams, MlnncUe Silvcrman, Dorothy Sllverman. Hchcccii Wasson, Janet Kiifilcr, Marsha H u e Strickland, Krncst Borciim, Mcban Ilarrleon, Janice Butler, Patty Crallcy, Oenlc Mitchell, Marcclla Bcnl, and Susie FlcmlnK. Mrs. Hostess To \V/i\/r« W 1VC! Kyle Englcr, 822 North Avenue. FollowhiB n short business meeting, the group spent the remainder nf the evening painting dried grasses for floral arranec- incnlF, to be used in (heir own homes. On completion of refreshments were : mcetinc adjourned. ^Cwjhileip FOR unit CHILDREN t ; or coilfbi and binnchilK due to coldj you can now.fclCrcomiilJion sptcully prepared for Childicn in » pew pink and blue package ami h« ·""'· (1) Your child will like it. (2) It contains only sale, proven inprcdicnU. 13) It ronlaint no narcolo to nn- 1 t u i b nature's piocc«e. (4) It will nid nnliire lo ^oollic »nu heal raw, tender. Inflamed Ihront «nd bronchial incinbrnncv ihni relieving , Ihe cough and promolini i«t " n j'-l lleep. Aik (or Crconiuliion for Clnl- ditn in the pink and blue r»ckagc. CREOMUUSION FOR CHILDREN trlltrn Cmii, Util Ufc, M' linrkHh Mrs. Phil Krccdnian was host- ·ss at a meeting of the Pharmacy Wivc« Monday nlKhl In ber home. 1002" North Mission. Games of cinisU 'and .bridge were played, mvV » jiflnd; course was served to |h'?il[ucnts. '-:. ,, . i "··Co-hostcsjcs were Mrs.. Virginia Uulngr,. Mrs. Betty Steed, and Mrs Jlmmyc I3ox. The "next meet Ing will be held J a n u a r y 21 at 7:30 |). m. with Mrs. George Pazdcra. The Major Brian I'endletnn Jhapter of n. A. C. met yesterday afternoon for a 1 o'clock luncheon at tbe home of Mrs. Powell M. Rhea with Mrs. F.rhma Mcrlwcthcr !is co-ho^lcss. The projrrnm scheduled for this meeting was postponed u n t i l February because nf tbe absence of four members who were working with t h e lied Cross at the Student Union d u r i n g the two-day blood donor program. Mr.--. Lyle . Bryan, recent, presided during a brief business session, nt which time t e n t a t i v e plans wcre made fur the slate meeting lo be held in Little Koclc in March. hostess "lo (he stale chapters at this mcellni! svilb Mrs. A r t h u r Brown, slate renenl, presiding. Mrs. Morlyu llhca nnd Mrs. Earl llouk wcre guests of the chapter. Engineers Wives Entertained At AfthurBrownHomc A moetmi: of Ihe Enginei-ring faculty Wives Club was held last night at tbe home of Mrs. A r t h u r Brown on West Maple Street, w l l l i Mrs. N. II. Barnetl, Mrs. D. D. Uniilebach and Mrs. II. F.. I.anicr Births Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Case Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Case o f ! Springdale announce the birth of a d a u g h t e r , J a n u a r y 9, at the County Hospital. Bridge and canasta were play- Mr, and Mrs. James I'atterson Mr. nnd Mrs. James Pallerson of Fayctlcvillc a n n o u n c e the birth of a son, J a n u a r y 9, at the County llcunltiil. Mr. and Mrs. Russell II. Benedict Mr. and Mrs. Ilusscll II. Benedict of KnyoUcvillo announce the liirlh of a daughter, January fl, at the County Hospital^ Irritation ·! Exttrnally Cauttd PIMPLES To gently demise broken out Bkin, then nootha itchy irritation, «nd so nid hcnling--me time tented RESINOL'S Velerans Entertained ;!eriS j ^| By Fort Smith Group Acling lor Ihe Fort Smith AMVET A u x i l i a r y , Mrs. Ella nnlierts. Mr?. Gladys Sanders, and Mrs. Irene Stearns of the Fnyclte- vllle a u x i l i a r y , were hostesses Sunday afternoon to p a t i e n t s at the Veterans H o s p i t a l nnd some nf their families. Coffee was served from a to 4 o'clock In the recreation ball of tbe hospital to approximately 250 people. During this lime a priigrinn of song favorites was prcsenteO by | Ibc men's q u a i l c l nf John Brown ! University of Silonm Springs. Following Ihe program, request nuin- j hers wcre sung by Ihe group. The hostesses wen- assisted by t Rev. James A. Burris. chaplain fif the hospital. I l i l l v J. Mnhim nf Fayelleville. w i l b 'ihe 142ml Field Artillery Group, has been promoted from corporal to sergeant. SUFF| E RHEUMATISM. HCADACHCS, WAX KIDNEYS, ARTHRITIS, STOMACH AILMfHTS, NEUR/T/S, D/7ZY SPELLS, NERVOUSNESS, BLOAT/NG, Colon Illustrations SALE! Beautiful Winter Hats 120 Hots Veils - Velours - Vahrics $OOO R * 9ulor O 5.00 to 13.95 O99 Regular O 5.95 to 13.95 $COO R«9"lar 9 10.95 to 16.95 $"JFOO R«9«l««r i 12.95 to 18.95 MILLINERY DEPT. 0»o. Adda. Luck of Encrny. Vltnl ty, Blfcplviw Nlchts. Unrtrrwclulit. rrltivt)lr, nnd complexion. Hurt JirnUi, Ftrtiuont RlblllfC Ht NlBht. New Life HOW I.O.NO IIAVK YOU R I J F F K K E D from Ihrw c»m- pnilnli? Itrsanllrss of what rim bavr trinl In Uir pnst. nr hoir lont you have put "P with (hr«« allmrnts. ynii ran now Imp* for rrllrf with HOI'K MINKKAI. TABLETK. In just a frw (lays, you will we Ihe w»«tc, BI.AClt AS NIGHT he- jin to Iravr jmir bnd.T arid you will fret Ibi! relief »nd won drous rhaiiKC. MIITIIEK NA'nmi; HAS RLENIIEII Irarrs nf KlfTKF.N illltrront mlnrr«K In HOPE M I N E R A L TABLETS. Whrn »chf« and pains «el "" down prrhap* jrnur lioiiy Is trvlnit to tell .YOU U nrrd* thrsr nilnrnils Hopr Mineral will »rt down lo Ihc rool and will «l»rt jour lai) nr»n« worklnr acaln. It wit brlnr back poirrra ynu Ihouth 'working aialn, It wl you nad lost. Free Your Body IIOI'F. M I N K K A I . will rnrlch jour blood, jlvr you prp and rnrrty. anil will b r l p vonr body ilrivc out poisonous waiitr! Tbf wnrtn red clow of brallb will b In jour rficrk« i\nd your rjr will sparkle main. HOW! M I N K K A I . Is nol Ilk othrr nroitucU thai f l v r ton a larie clow of AI.COIIOI. Jlt't Ir «lvf joll a temporary l i f t . ThM MlncraU arr nol man mail mlnrnll. llopr Mineral I (akrn from Ibr rnrth from Na lurr'n Work Shop. II contain ,,nlr Natural mlnrral, n tlopfx, no olli, anil I* not habl 'TAKK NOTK OF voim r.l.lMINATION a frw da; aflrr u»lnr IIOI'K MINKIIAI Whrn Ihf hlark wa«(f hr«inj I Iravf jour hoilv, rtu nol brrom ulamirrt-- the minerals »rp ilu Inn Illflr work. Whrn your or cans arr Irrr of w««r anil Im pnrltlm. you * l l l brslii to frr rfllrf."Tiirn lir t h a n k f u l ;o havr flnall; found IIOI'E W I N r.RAI.. Nature Cures WKTORS W I M . TF. I. VOI), It l»k" lnd and Natur lo do HIP rral and final rurlni Mori- and tnnrr, (liry turn I nature for hrallnt. Thr; nur natural mold itrowtb lo mak nrnlclllln, Ihrj h»vf found (hi raw unions will kill barlrrl. Tke*R and hundrrdii of alne R6CK m~- LIKE 1MPACTIOM IM OESCENDINS , COLON A n s o l t M A l , COLON. Bewiire of thii coa may Itna to ronipllcxtlonl. NORMA1. COLON.* will help kee ir minrlr* nf your eolon firm »od h e n l t h j .·janiplrj prove thai Nature Provide* All we have lo do ii UM what (he often WHEN VOIi ARE DEATHLY TIKED lave no nmhUion. nervous, Irritable lave no appetite and can't ileep at nlfrhf I'AKE HOPE M I N E R A L . When joi lave no eolor anil joll feel and look ol irfore your time and life Deems to hav m Interent for von, four body may b craving theie mlneraU. Guaranteed (Jo lo Tour dm* nlore lodav and lei lollle of Hope Mineral Tahlelv-uf I and If TM are not MIRACULOUS!,' wllitfled, we will refiinl jour mine Thli mtj he the hnt Intnlinent «f J«r lie. PRICE fl.MI fNONE 717 IAST SIM tQUAM « pfeR GALLON, WITH OVERORIl'E ^0^ _AHP IT'S BEAUTIFUL" · Those suffocating "heat waves" -- alternating with nervous, clammy feelings -- and accompanied olten by restless irritability and nervousness -- are well-known to women suffering the functionally-caused distress of middle life "change"! Yod want relief from such suffering. And--chances are--you ran get it. ThrillinR relief! Thanks to two famous Lydia. Pinkham medicine.*! 'In doctors' t«fj,LydItPinklum'« Compound Hnri Tablets brought relief Irom .such distress in 63 and Wo i respectively) of the ca.scs teatfd. Complete or striking relief! Amazing, you say? Not to tbe many thousands of women who knowrfrom experience wh«t these Lydla Plnkham medicines can dol Their action · · «ctually--is very modern. They exrrt a scientifically calming, soothing effect! Try Lydla Pinkham's on the bMis of medical evidence! See if you, too, don't earn hlesscct relief from those terrible "hot flashes" and wea so common in "change of life." H*w Lyrfi* Plakhvm't wtrki It nets through a woman** nym- pmhftic jieri'oi;a system to cn't rfltcl from ihe "'lot } tat he j" end othtr JiiJictiQjianv'raiiStd cfii- (rciira o/ "cltanfff. o/ lift." Don't- ptit it off! Get Lydia Pinkham's Vegetable Compound or new. improved Tablets with added iron (trial sitf only 53t) Wonderful -- too -- for the func- Monal pains, cramps, "dragged-out" reelings and other discomfort of monthly menstrual periods! ANNOUNCEMENT IN NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES LYLE BRYAN MOTOR CO. 208 No. Block Brown Alligator Lizard. Medium Hoi. Advance Showing Black and White India Lizard Opera. Medium Heel. Alligator and India Lizard Here ar* beautiful shoes and has in polished perfect alligator nnd India lizard . . . the mink of reptile . . . long laslinR and elegant. Perfect fashion accompaniment to textured tweed and woolens. We show them in black and white and in brown . . . and how beautifully thf.y f i t . That's the Palizzio tradition. Block and WhiM India Lizard With Strap. Black and White India Lizard. High Httl. 18" Bogs to Match, 16.95 to 17.50 ill -"01 MWMV' trt9 QlftftBW 9Hf9 She* Dtportmtnt--Main Floor Rear

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