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, Mrtwry It, IÂ»SJ .MMjIHtlHNHMWIMHIWINWHHIHMIIHIHIIMMNIIIItlHIIIUIIIIHIHMIIHHl NWS. KATHUIN DOZIM imiimiiilHIIIIimillUllllilllllllllllilliiMlilllilllllimlllllllimilllllimillHIHIII Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . . . Sub Del) Club, SUK Cale, 7 Na^al Reserve C n m p n . s i l r U m l , KiiBnn Building, 7 V.F.W. and A u x i l i a r y , Civic Clubrooms, 7 SDfith Military (ii'vernnieni Gruu|, 112 Si West Center, 7:30 D.A.V., Lesion Hut, 7:30 . D.A.C., Mrf, V. M. Watts, 7:30 Fiyettnvillc Hl|!h School P.T.A., Aclivily Room, 7:30 Rebckah Lods.e, IOOK Hall, a Entrinccrinir Fncull.v Wives Club. Mr/., W. 13. Stiles, B Modern Danec-Lccturc, Student Union, 8 Wednesday . . . Credit Womons Hrciikfasl Club, Ferguson's, 7 t. m. Exchange Club, Ferguson's, 12 Goltknrod Club, Mrs. J, H. Chandler. 12:30 Newcomers Club, Civic -Clubronms, 1:30 Clovtrleaf Club, Miss Edna Darby, 2:,lil Dec nee "Club, Â·! Washington County Democratic Women's Club, Fcrguton's, 7 Â«,h^ 5 Navnl Reserve Electronic Company 8-8 Drill, Kason Building, 7 "JÂ»r 5 Delia Sigma, Hugh Kineaid, 7:30 5** j kiipixi A l p h a I'nl, 45 East Rock filrcel, 7:30 County Home Demonstration Health Leaders Hear Specialist Miss Newman Named Pi K.A. "Dream Girl" "Good lieilth is a family affair," Mist Helen . Hoblntbn, extension hcÂ«lth specialist, told home demonstration health Icadcni at a lunch- con meeting Monday at Ferguson's Cafeteria. Miss Robinson a; '' that both the family and m c d l - . , profession tihare the responsibility R Â» _ _ _ t for fiood health,-, but that the 1(60601 greater responsibility rests upon '""""" the family. She emphasized t h a t line should not expect the doctors City Hospital SJStaff Announces Girl Scouts Have Investiture Sunday Afternoon Mountain Ballad -Is Theme Of Â·Of The III, at the Universily Arts ConKr Miss Khirl Chi Omen;i Sorority was named Dream Girl of Pi K A at the nn'nunl f r a - ternity formal, held here Saturday nlehl. Miss Newman is the d a u g h - icr of Mrs. Blanche Newman of Theater, draws on American folk- i Ue.rr.wlHo, and a member of song material for tlui substance of j s i g m n Delta Pi (honorary Span- thci drama. In the. play the authors i j s h ( r a t e r n i l y ) , Kappa Delta Pi have used Ihc story In one of. the | (honorary education f r a t e r n i t y ) , r | oldest of .the m o u n t a i n balitds as Â· i the plot. In addition, they Tan (honorary English , f r a t e r n i t y ) , Associated W o m e n Â§i N a u "Durk of t h e Moon," which wll open for a five day run February woven Into it a number of. tongs i ia.uucnts, f u t u r e Teachers of and dances, stories and supcrsti- ' TUSSY CLEANSING CREAMS .. I! *m (IÂ«.) Utprmifh, refreshing. Roth thei* (am on i Tuny - Clcanu'iig Cmni* urn on M!D . ...etch lit hudftrt p.imnerin*; price*! Pick the one thit i true to your type .,.**ve! Red Cross Drug North Sid* Square, Phont 4V0 tionft, Â· The slranne liilc of Hnrlwrn Allen mid her wlleh-bny lover runs a tragic course of love und f r t i l l t y nnri \vitchnrnft. Combined with this hre momenta of homespun fiAlnty, folk mtiitlc, donee find sotif;. Special muslo based on trndl- llonnl ballads has been nrraiiRcd by Oltiih 'Bowon, Little. Tloelt, a student In t h e University's department of mtJsie. The choreography has been' prepared by Eleanor Klin, dance Instructor In the department of. spc.cch and drruiuttlc art. PrcKton Mayrudcr IK designing the KC\K and .10 Cm-nor is planning the lighting, Atnohjt Ihe members of the casl arc Sue HedyÂ»rd, Kort Smith, as HarbÂ«rn Allen; Jim Kleiner, Wichita. Kiin'., Â«s Ihe Witch-Boy; W l l - lÂ»m Janney, New York; Mnrijarot Garner, Little Ttorrk; Ifobcrt Smith, : faycttevllle; George K r e c m an , Boh 'Hrtrlan, Faycttc- villc; Harbura Bcnnctl, Fayette- c; Bill Boll, Tcxarkana; Pat Fnrnswnrth, Fort Smith; Will Failla, Gould; Anne Decklcmnn, Du- tnns; . Lois Mcllor, El Dorado; Elnlnn Camphell, Fnycltcvlllc; Dl- America and Women's A t h l e t i c Afisncialion. to perform miracles when conditions and symptoms ore overlooked and Ignored loo long. She stressed that there arc two essential phases of . a positive hcullh program, and said one Is a healthy home environment, to include a safe milk supply, safe water supply, proper garbage and sewage disposal, Insect and rodent control, and weed and stagnant water control. The other essential she listed as Rood health habits, lo Include early recognition of d i s e a s e Symplons, periodical physical check, budgeting foi medical care, the using of cxlslin health facilities, and good nutrl lion. The meeting was attended by 36 health leaders from '36 home demonstration clubn, who were luncheon guests of Ihe Washington County Farm Bureau. Mrs. Eugene Teter, county health leader was in charge of the'meeting. . W i l b u r Walson, service director of me Farm Bureau, and Fara SWORC, district representative o Blue Cross-Blue Shield, discussed and answered questions regarding Glue. Cross. Carl Rose, extension county agent, spoke on the importance ol having dairy cows tested, Mrs. Cole Entertains Friendly, Circle Club The Friendly Circle Club met evening at the home of Mrs. .*Â·' hv.":liiuro service was held Sunday afternoon lor Girl Scout ..u.v ' j , ai me t'cntral Methodist Church. Mrs. W. F. Cooley, leader of the troop, was in charge. Helen Marie Graham, president At a meeting of ,,,. staff of the i Â° dd 'X ^ j^. Sent"! City hospital Friday, It was a n - | followed by the. candlelight service. Laws and promises were repeated by the group, after which Mrs. Cooley made awards of Scout and World pins. Preceding the a \vard of badges by mothers of the Sirls, Scoltic and Sandy Â· Dozicr nounccd t h a t a gift of an iiit'ii- I bator for the nursery was jire- sonlbd by n member of the medical staff, and a heated Mfsinct for use In the delivery room was presented by 'an anonyntpus donor in honor of her son who was a casually In Korean action. Other recent elds arc a. verl highl m , told of w h a t the troop had done to receive the badges. . ,, ,. A " cr tnc ... . . Â· es Uture, refresh- Kverctt Coit Street, South two guests Block Shaffer and Vickie Sue call was . answered with anii Wray, Fayettcvllle; Lynn Carr u t h , Charleston; Don Sprlnxdalc; France?TM icldcr, Fnyeltcvlllc; Boh Truett, Amarllln, Texas, and John Mtv Fnnn, El Dorndo. U A Women's Club Hears Talk By L. H. Burton Members from the School of Law find thu Institute of Science ;imi Ti'tihnuluKY w ^ i c hostesses In the University Women's Club Friday afternoon at the Faculty Club rooms. I.j. H. BurloM, extension horticulturist, prejii'iiled i program on "Landscaping w i t h Plants' and Trees in FnycMovillt'." Mr. rUn-- ton rilM.'USMTl basic p r i n r l n l n s "f design in landscaping. Desirable and unttojiiruble p l a n t i n g s \vjre i demonstrated through lh lisa of \ scale models of houses, trees and .shrubs, The Valentine rnntif WHS u.sod in flocornlions on the tea table, i Tin- first of a .series of three or- The table was covered by a red i Â«nn recital* by Kenneth R. Os- cloth and centered w i f h an n r - j borne, c h a i r m a n of the University Linda Jonc.s. noil each member giving "my favorite pastime," Devotional^ were given oy Mrs. Hugh Jett and thd rest nf the evening was spent in playing :^mcs, Mrs. Charles Banks rceei\\. the mystery package. The next meeting w i l l be at Ihc home of M r s . - J c t f , February 25. Recital Scheduled By Kenneth Osborne ran^ninenl of red g l a d i o l i :md while chryKimlhcmums, combined w l l h red bcarls. Mrs. Robert Lcfliir and Mrs. W. W. Grigorleff [Jaughan-Simpson Vows Pledged fiogers-(Special)-Miss Barbara Simpson, daughter nf Air. and Mrs. |J orrcst Simpson of Cave Springs, nid Harold l l a u g h a n of Garden City, Kan,, were married Tucs- lÂ»y, February 4, in a ceremony n Ihc First Baptist Church in "lave Springs. The ficv. Leo K l l l i a n nerlormed he ceremony. Mr. and Mrt. Lee itlirclianl served the couple as matron of honor and best niiin. | Mr. and Mrs. Jlnushan will li Â·. .'.jU-.Giircicn. City; . poured. Lovcll,! Hostesses for the a l t o noon wore Mrs. L c f l a r and Mrs. Griyoricf.f,' co-chairmen; M r s . Halph narnhar 1 ., Mrs. M a r v i n Ed- niison, Mrs. A. ,1, Meiss, Mrs. Zaboj Hiirvnlik, Mrs. W. .7. Smothers, Mrs. Mnrry Ilcynoiris anri Mrs. Jnmes Pnulcy, Wrrlnrj-iflay C l u b will be entertained tomorrow aftcrnnon at 1 o'clock, tit the home of Mrs. .1. C. FulrHll, 2M North Collrdu Av- CIUU 1 . Division of Fine and Applied Arts, will be presented Sunday, at 4 p. m. in the Arts Center Concert Hall, H w i l l be open to the public, the Os- The remaining recitals in spring series fliven by Mr. borne arc scheduled for March 30 and May 4. On the first recital, Osbornc will ay five chorale preludes on the well-known h y m n tune, "A Mlfihty Fortress Is Our God," writ- Icn by Hanfl, Pachelbel, Walthcr, Johann Sebastian Bach, and Flor Peters; 'i;hc Musical Clocks by Haydn; Choral in B M i n o r by Franck; Sonata 1 by Hindemlth, and Passucaclla and Fuque in .C | Minor by Bach. Ernest Dowcil In honor of Dr. E. F. Ellis; four scrub sinks for the operating rooms, presented in honor of Doctor Ellis; tile around the scrub sinks, presented hy Jack Roberts. During Ihe past year a liift from the estate of I. W. Guisinjfer was used, together with the gift from two anonymous donors, for the purchase of an operating table for i the major operating room. A new electrocardiogram apparatus was purchased by the Art Lewis memorial. Two other recent gifts were a light for the delivery room and an adjustable wheel rtretcher presented by members of the msd- Ical staff. Washington P.T.A. To Observe Founders Day Washington School Study Group under the direction of Mrs. Mearl McKinncy, chairman, announces the second in a scries o! four discussions entitled, "How To Build Healthy Personalities." Mrs. Robbye Kincade of Training School, the Univcrsity be guest speaker In the second meeting 1o be held" fit the "Washinbton school auditorium Thursday at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Kincade w i l l have as her subject, ."Ways To M e n t a l Health," and will be assisted by Mrs. Ellis Shelton. . At 2:45 p.m., the a n n u a l Found over green. Centering the table \ a green taper, encircled with ycl-1 low flowers. Cookies were prepared by the girls as one of the requirements for their badges. Members of the troop arc Mariai. Leonard, Julie Perry, Sandy and Scottlc Dozicr, Beck Kineaid Helen Marie Graham, Barbara Traegei-, and Carol- Cooley. Highland H.D. Club lo Make Sick-Kit- The Highland Â· Home Demonstration Club met w i t h ' M r s . Ben Thomas, Friday, with 15 members and three visitors present. Plans were made to complete the road markers for all the community roads and lanes and 'to begin a sick-kit for use during ill- ncfs of anyone in the community. The fell will contain sheets, towels, bandages, first-aid materials and mÂ»hy other articles necessary for Ihc care of the sick which may not be f o u n d in an average household. Mrs. Ethel Tucker, led the dc- volionals, Riving a review of the Book of Deuteronomy. Mrs. Wayne Smith hud charge of the i tional hour and Mrs. Thon ceivcd a hostess' shower -before the meeting adjourned. tl _ Pie Supper Planned ers Day Silver Tea will be held At Elm Springs with Mrs. L. p. Tracgcr, P.T.A. ircsidcnt, presiding. Featured on :hc program will he a production directed by Mrs. R. K. Bent, entitled "Parents With A Purpose," starring Mrs. O. H. Gamble, Mrs. jcorgc Cole, Mrs. Hugh Kineaid, Mrs. Joe Fleming and Mrs. Orrin "lenbest. In charge of part of the pro- grdm, Mrs. Richard Grecr will live honor to the past presidents of the school P.T.A.. Mrs. Robert ^homas will deliver the Jnvoca- lon. Mrs. Thari Howdcn, hospitality chairman, will serve tea following the meeting, assisted by Mrs. Clarence Young and Haskell Ulley. Mrs. A Valentine pie supper will be held Thursday night at Elm Springs, sponsored by the people's Sunday School t h e Methodist Church. The couple having been married the longest will receive a gift. The couple with the most children present ajid married couple prizes. For entertainment beginning at 7 o'clock, there will be music by the local hand and a one-act play, "Henry's Mail Order Wile,' be presented. The three prettiest pie UA Student Pledges Are Announced Students pledged by sororities at the University at the close of the a n n u a l spring rush were an- ncunccd today by Miss Jeannclte Scuddcr, dean of women. Sorority pledges are; Delta Delta D el ta--Pauline Earglc, Tcxarkana, Ark.; Joyce Reed, Hot Springs; Dorothy Deanc Sonclni, Hot Springs. Delta G a m m a -- J o a n .Claire Brown, San Antonio, Texas; Mary Lena I vaster, Gracly. Kappa Kappa Gamma--Joan Bell, Little Rock; . A n n Deckleman, Dumas; Bette Ann \Vatkins, Mcna. Pi Belli Phi--Marilyn May, Camdcn; Sally Tisdalc, Pine Bluf'f; Joyce Torbctl, Fa^vctteville. Zcla Tau Alpha--Marilyn Moore, Little Rock. Fayel'teville Men Among 24 Joining The Navy Two K a y e t l e v i l l c men were among a total of 24 enlisted by the local Navy Recruiting Station during the first five days of ihis month. Enlistments wore halted temporarily following the processing of these men but have bci reopened on a limited scale for the remainder of the month. The Faycttcville men enlisting were: Wilbert Leonard Cobb and Franklin R. Bonncr. Others included Robert Little, Bernard Brick, Charles W. fioyer, Donald D. Windccker, William Leon Giddcon,.Richard R. Lcbow, Lewis Allen Grccr, Lloyd L. Laninpham and Floyd C. R. Wordcn, all of Springdale. The group also hart men from Bentonville, Gentry, VVestville, Okla., and Barry Coun[y, Missouri. Girls Scout Troop Â·'Â· Visits Little House Girl Scout Troop 45 made an overnight trip to' the Little House Friday, going there from -Wiggins Memorial Church where they met following school. Supper was prepa: id by thÂ« girls, after which the evening was spent playing games, telling riddles, singing and dancing u n t i l bedtime. At this lime a story was (old by one of (he leaders. Those making the trip i/eri Joan Southern, Peggy G r i f f i n , Marie Kinsey, Barbara Laughlin, Mcrlecn Mitchell, Sondra Jelt, i Patricia Prince, Sidney Combs, Carolyn -,Christie, Gale Park', Wanda Trammel, Sue Rice and a new member, 1 Lola Shoffit. Mrs. Leslie Christie, Miss M a r l Edlin and Mrs. Ralph Sims spent the night with the girls and Mrs. Virginia Snow and Mrs. Nell Perl- crson helped with transportation. . The girls will soon add a p.-.-i- cake turner to the equipment at the Little House. Patients Entertained At VA Hospital Patients at the Veterans Hospital were entertained Saturday night with a party, sponsored by Jack Tidball Auxiliary of the Veterans of Foreign Wars of Fayetle- ville. , The usual games were plyed and A u x i l i a r y members who assisted were Mrs. Lillie M. Courtney, Mrs. Nora Mae Ward and Mrs. Eva A. Putnam. Vocal and piano numbers were given by Misses Betty and Barbara Courtney. Mr. and Mrs. .Russell Gregg of Memphis, Tenn., are guests at the Hal Cravens home. An executive meeting will be ( w i l l be selected and owners held at !):3f) a.m., Thursday. I be awarded. THE BLAIRS, STATIONERS Â°-Â« Tht Oldtll Offict Supply Houit in Norlhw.it Arkinln Â«_ .. hovt lh * IT'S VALENTINE TIME H you want, from Ic to $5.00 taeh riyilUTlllt'i LÂ»rgÂ«l S.leclion -- Slyltd by Gibion A R I S E ! Why ill you lhÂ»re and die? TUNE IN KBRS Monday thru Saturday, 6:35 a. m. Sunday. 1 p. m REV. BERYL E. BETH with Rich Maple Flavor! Yes, rxtrp thick, nnd full-bodied! Waffles Flay crisp . . . pancakes stay f i r m ! And vou enn't beat that mellow maple flavor. Serve G r i f - , fin's Waffle Syrup often--it costs so little Delicious on Biscuits And ftiich licht, tender hiscuiU- whrn you make them with Griffin't Flour! Bf Â»ure to nerve them wilh mapl* - flnvorft.1 (Irifrin's Wflffl* Syrun--it's a party trent (or pennies 1 Perfect- for Yoi/r Valentine Who knowj M we ever ogoin will bt oblÂ« to offer you tuch a rart and wonderful buyl Jhot't why we lay drop Â·veiylhing and cofne on the fun becaui* Â« top quality volut like ihil ii ivr* lo be inalched up In record UmÂ«. You'll love everything about thii ttunninp bridal combination , , , Hie diamonds' fiÂ«ry tparkle, Ihe ultra-lovely ityllng, the ex \4K iettingi . , . and, nolurolly, the amazingly low, low Â· Eoit Ctnttr an automatic gas clothes dryer DRIES THEM SOFTER FASTER AND FRESHER THAN ALL OUTDOORS ARKANSAS/WESTERN GAS "Helpi.ng Build North and Wesl Arkansas'