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February 11, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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MOHMMHT ARKANSAS TUNIS, fayotttvM., ArfcmMh *U«U«y, February II, Iff! League Of Women VoteKS Organized Here Saturday An organizational meeting of* the League of Weaken Voters of' Fayette,ville was held on Saturday at 2 p. m., at the Parish House of the Episcopal Church. About 30 women attended the meeting, Wisconsin Professor To Speak At U. A. ... . . . , ,, - Prof. William B. Hcsseltine of which was pressed over by.Mrs.| t h e historv dcpartrne nt at the Uni- George McKmney. An informal! vcrsit of wisconsini wi il spea k tea preceded the business session, j on .. History f o r t n e Common Mas," ...... Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock in the Game Room of the Student Union. Professor Hesseltin.!, a former member of the teaching staff at the University of Arkansas, is the author of several books and numerous articles on the ^istory of the South and the period of the Mrs. Martin A. Rqw of Dallas Texas, a member of the nationa board, addressed the group. She explained the purpose of the League; which is a non-politica organization striving to stimulate public interest in good government. Mrs. Row assisted in procedures of organization and told of the achievements of Leagues in other cities. The by-laws, prepared by Mrs, Elizabeth F. Moore, Mrs. Henry M. Alexander, and Mrs. Augusl L. Freundlich, were read and adopted. The following slate of officers and board members was elected: President, Mrs. Ralph Jones; second vice president, Mrs. L. L. Baxter; secretary, Mrs. W. G. Chamblee; treasurer, Mrs. William Jackson Welbqrne; action chairman, Mrs. Henry M. Alexander; . membership chairman, Mrs. August L. Freundlich; Publications,. Mrs. A. J. Meigs; public relations, Mrs. V. O. Tansey; voter's service, Mrs. Graham' M. Leupp; bulletin chairman, Mrs. Alex E. Jones. The League of Women Voters has a membership of 100,000 in 775 Leagues in every state and the territories ol Hawaii and Alaska. At present there is no ttate organization in Arkansas, but the first local League was formed in Pine Bluff, early in January, followed last week by North Little Rock and Fayetteville, and to be joined this week by' Fort Smith, Little Rock, and Hot Springs. Leagues have been . requested by interested groups in Helena, El Dorado, and Magnolia. Membership is open to any woman citizen 21 years of age. Civil and Reconstruction. 'Professor Hesseltine, a native of Virginia, is on leave from the University of Wisconsin and is making a speaking tour of many Southern colleges and universities. He will speak under the sponsorship o! the Department of History of the University. The lecture will be open to the public and there will be no admission charge. · Announcements · Kappa Kappa Gamma Alumnae Kappa Kappa Gamma Alumnae will meet Thursday evening at S o'clock at the Kappa House. Esther Sunday School Class The Esther Sunday School Class o Ithc First Baptist Church will meet tomorrow at 7:30 p. m. with Mrs. W. R. Pugh, 739 North Sunset Drive. Mrs. Mack Liles will be co-hostess. Pre-School P.T.A. · The February meeting of the Pre-School P.T.A. will be held tomorrow at 7:30 p. m. at Jefferson School. Dr. Jennie Lou Milton, with the University department of education, will speak on the subject "Parents and Children Face Problems." All parents of preschool children are invited to at- i tend. N§w League groups go through a provisional status for one year, during which they learn how to give service on a P"n-o;:r ' basis. First they make a town w ewconlers QIID study and 'learn now to encou.· , i h Ncwcome rs Club will meet citizens to vote. The League be-| . the heves that if people have all the _. . - , ,, · ; ,, ,, ,,*,,,«,,,= ,,,;,! peopli facts they will ca: -and if they tare .enough they will act. The League of Women Voters was founded by Carrie Chapman Catt, and grew from the suffrage movement. Its purpose is to prom o t e political responsibilities Civic Clubrooms. Hostesses will be Mrs. Witt Carter, Mrs. J. R. Armstrong, and Mrs. H. R. Scarborough. Bridge and canasta will be played. Daughter! Of American Colonists The Thomas Fox of Concord through Informed and active par- '"f In °TM s . f ° x °\. ? L ticipation of citizens in govern- cha P ter * D( - A - C ' *.'." h f v c " s I, regular quarterly meeting tomor- nlenl. ,,:,,!.« _ i n.tn n TV, in 4 n a '·'· and Mrs. Ernest Standlcy ·nd Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Boston are attending the Jce Follies in Tulsa, Okla., today. Cooked Fine Dinner; Threw if TO DOG! · One lady used tc throw her own dinner to the dog most of the time. It made her sick just to look at food. She was swollen with gas, full of bloat, felt worn-out. Finally she got CERTA-VIN and says she now eats everything In sight and digests it perfectly. This is the new medicine that is helping so many stomach "victims" here in Fayettevillc. It helps you digest- food faster and better. Taken before meals, it works with your food. Gas pains go! Inches of bloat vanish. Contains herbs and vitamin B-l with Iron tc enrich the blood and make nerves stronger. Weak, miserable people soon feel different all over. So don't go on suffering. Get CERTA-VIN--Clinehen's Fayctte- ville Drug Store. Store. row night at 7:30 p. m., in the home of Mrs. V. M. Watts,'University Heights. Election of officers will be held at this time. Delta Slima Mothers Club "The Delta Sigma Mothers Club will .meet tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock with Mrs. Heyden Lewis, 410 Gunter. Mrs. L. L. Kemp will be co-hostess. Goldenrod Club Mrs. J. H. Chandler will entertain the Goldenrod Club w i t h ' a luncheon at 12:30 v o'clock Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. L. S. Chil- cult and Mrs. Alya Rush will be co-hostessus. Members s h o u l d bring potted plants for the Valentine shower at the Veterans' Hospital. Delta Gamma Alumni The Delta Gamma A l u m n i will meet with Mrs. Larry Bird, -415 Forest, at 7:30 tonight. Rainbow For Girls The meeting of the Order of Rainbow For Girls, scheduled to have been held tomorrow night, has been cancelled. There will be Don't Dare Try to Guess.., Where, When, or How Disaster Will Strike YOUR Bankroll! Sure, there are Iota of kindt of insurance any man or business An do without. But are you sure you know which ona yots dan bt uitnonl? It's your money you're paying for Insurance -- and may IOM without fcutirance. So you certainly have the light to decide what insurance you'll .kiy. You need not only policies to choose sVeaa but pcolnsKnal edvk* about what kinds of policies and which ones give the most protection under the special conditions that exist in your personal or your business affairs. Then you c«n evaluate Ihe importance and desirability of Neb type of insurance contract. NVe'll 1* g|«d to study your policies, without charge or obligation, and report to you which are most essential. Only through such service can you be aura your decisions are right. RENNER COMPANY, Inc. "Insurance of All Kinds" Phont 236 S e c u r i t y - C o n n e c t i c u t Componirs a meeting of the Order Saturday Bight. Eniiaecriii Faulty ^Vives Cliik The Engineering Faculty Wives Club will meet .with Mrs. W. B. Stiles, 432 Adamc, Tuesday at I p. m. Personals Mrs...Earle.Bates is a patient in Hermann Hospital, H o u s t o n ; T "xaj, where Mr. Bates is with her. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Adalr returned last night from New Orleans, La., where Mr. Adair attended an insurance sales conference. Mrs. L. A. DeRieuX and son, Billy, were guests of her sister, Mrs. Grace Tarvcr of Tulsa, Okla., Saturday night. While there they attended the Sonja Henic Ice Revue. Sgt. Raymond J. McFccters, son of Mr. and Mrs. James McFeeters of Fayetteville, is currently serving at Pepperrell Air Force Base as an aircraft technician, according to Col. J. G. Pratt, base commander. U.A. Social News Two books have been added to the University Chemistry Library collection in memory of Peter N. Bragg, Jr., young research engineer who was killed in an explosion in the Philadelphia Navy Yard on September J, 1944. The library collection waj established several yc-jrs ago by Mr. and Mrs. Peter N. Bragg Sr., parents young scientist, and the Misses Bculah and Isabella Smith, his aunts. New books are added each February 6, Bragg's birthday. Seven students in the University College of Business Administration have been elected to membership in Beta Gamma Sigma, honorary organization of business students. Membership is composed of the 'upper 10 per cent of the senior class. New members are: Suzanne S. McWhorter, Fay- ctteville; Franklin W. Middloton, Lcachvillc; James N. Davis, Jr., Dicrks; Charles R. Belva, Beaver; George W. West, Waldron; Lylc E. Bethune, Purdy, Mo., and Billy R. Jones, Meria. Sigma Pi fraternity at'the Uni- versity has elected Gerald Tlmf. Tuckcrman, sage. Other new officers arc: Max Alexander, Joncs boro, first counselor; Don Skelton, Marked Tree, second counselor; Roy Mock, Pocahontas. third counselor; and Homer Saundcrs, Harrison, fourth counselor. Helen Marina Rayburn, 17, of North Little Rock, who has received honorable mention in the l l t h national Science Talent Search, will be invited to address the Arkansas Academy of Science* at a meeting in Jonesboro on April 25-26. Miss Rayburn, a student In North Little Rock High School, v;as one o' 260 outstanding science students In 36 states who received honorable mention In the national search. They were chosen from among 14,886 "entrants. Of the group 'ecclving.thc honor, 57 were girls and 203 were boys. Ralph Mackcy, University of Arkansas College of Pharmacy student from Hot* Springs, has been named president of the student branch of the American and Arkansas Pharmaceutical Associations. Other officers, who will serve this year, are: Charles Harris, Pargould and Lloyd Nelson, Morrllton, vlc! presidents; James' Mulllns, Lake Village, secretary; i Richard Stanford, Hope, treasurer; rOf H. D. ClUDS Joe Bruce, Cmackover, social chairman; Thell Bowlin, Mulberry, i Home Demonstration Clubs arc publicity chairman; C a r o I y n ; scheduled fomcct this week as Mann, Carlisle, reporter; and Mll-!j o w s , ton May, Rose Bud, editor of The I Razorback Pharmacist, ! Lecture To Be Given By Dr. Friedman Dr. r. G. Fricdmann o( the University department of philosophy Tuesday, Cane Hill. Mrs. Stirman Kflines, 2:30 p. m.; Vincy Grove. Community Building, 2 p. m.; Prnirle View Community Building, 2 p. m.; Big Springs; Ml. Zlon. Mrs. C. E. Williams, 2.p. m.; Wednesday, Goshcn, C'ommunl- wili give a public lecture-in the !* Bu , ild jng. ""On; Goldcnral. Game Room of the Student Union i Mrs '., Hu ° crt Chandler. 12:30 p. i.t 8 o'clock tomorrow night. The title of the lecture is "The Social Sciences and Foreign Policy." m..; Meadow Valley, Mrs. George L. Berry, II a. m.; Klkltu, Mrs. Wade Barren, 2 p. m.; Combs Doctor Friedrnann went to Italy Chnpcl ' Mrs ' Oarn et Lnncy, I I rooms, noon; Colony t Mrs. W. T. in February of 1950, on a Ful-! m ' ; Monilor . lllncn ro °m, 1 p. m.; bright Fellowship and in Febru- Jonnson . Mrs.-Olllc Crum, 2 p. m.; ·y of 1951, lie received a grant rhur «'W. Cincinnati, c l u b irom the Rockefeller Foundation to continue his work in Italy until September, when he returned lo the University faculty. His work has received tin commendation of Ihe state department and the Rockefeller Foundation. The lecture will be sponsored by Phi Alpha Thcta and Alpha Kappa Delta, honorary history and so- clolr^y fraternities. Braswcll. 11 a. m.; Summer*; M · "*.v: - . - · ' · · - ."'; ··,";·.. -^ Friday, Elm Springs, Mri. libel* Orirrrir.y, 10 a, m.; Sonora, Mr;-? »" day: Apple Blosi torn, Christian Church basemen!; .... ....... tlarl Mhoon, 1:3 ; ; ;n.; Home uiverj, .Mr«. BU/ Caldwell, 12 o'clock noon. · Ti-rrc am at least.69 differen kinds of salt. . .' : Ifntii 1951. Nepal, on.Tibet'j'i southern border, had been govern-!, cd by a hereditary prime mlnl»t«if [ for lOVyeara, . i'' An outstanding flavor-- Junge'r Roman Meal Bread. 11-li-n , MOORE'S FUNERAL CHAPEL When new drugs or. old fail io 'sl .. your cough or chest cold don't delay. Creomulsion contains only safe, help- : ful, proven ingredients and BO sar - - coticj to disturb natuic'i proem. It · goes right to the seat of the troubte.to . »id nature soothe snd heal raw, tea- .-, der, inflamed bronchial rocmbraM*. 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