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NORTHWCST ARKANSAS TWOS, FayiMtvife, ArtwMM, Men* J, IM2 National Director To Meet With Women Voters League . Mrs. -Waldo E. Stephens, of Oklahoma City, Okla.; a director ..'of .the.League of .Women Voters of the U.S.,'will .meet with the Provisional. League of Women Voters of Fayetteville Thursday, at 7:30 p, m., in 1 the Game Room of the Student Union. Mrs. Stephens is Â· an expert in the-field of international relations. She has been United Nations chairman for the League of Women Voters of Oklahoma, and with two other national board members shares responsibility^ for the League's work in the field of .international relations' She is a Eraduate T jif Ohio Wesleyan University'-and did graduate study at Columbia University and in- Geneva, Switzerland. All'of Mrs. Stephens' work with the League has been as a volunteer. She first became interested in the League in New York City, when her husband was a member of the faculty of the department of government at Columbia University. Doctor Stephens, is now executive vice-president of the Stephens Petroleum Company, and both he and'Mrs. Stephens are known throughout the state as leaders in public affairs. All members and prospective members of the league are urged to be present for this meeting. The program for the year will be pre- sented-and-considered and Â·. tiojial problem chosen for study. Mrs.' Stephens will outline the three national problems selected by the National League from which the choice Is to be made. Mrs. Henry M. Alexander ' will outline the plans for the "Know j Your Town" study which the members will make this year. Mrs. Graham M. Leupp will tell of plans for Voter's Service, and I the budget for the year will be presented for discussion and approval. ' " Â· The members of the local boan of directors of the League will entertain Mrs: Stephens at a cooperative^ luncheon to be held at noon on Thursday at the home of Mrs. Edgar Wertheim. /2 GALLON Vanilla Ice (ream 64c Holland Bros. Locker Plant "Monthly Pains" stopped or amazingly relieved hi 3 oui of 4 cam in doctor*' lists! Â· Chances are you're putting up -unnecessarily--with the functionally caused pains, cramps and weak, "no good" feelings of menstruation 1 ' For, in actual tests by doctors, Lydia Finkham's Compound brought com- flete or striking relief from such distress in 3 out of 4 of the cases 1 LydlaPlnkham'Â«is modern In Â»j action/ So get Lrdla.E. Plakham's Vegetable Compound--or new, improved Tablets WIUVBdded Iron. See It--taken through tbc month--It doesn't give relief trom thOM bickaches. Jitters--help you fee! better be/ore and aimnp your period' Or--If you suffer from functional "hoi lUaties" of "change of life," find out how \ wmderful Plnkfiam's is for that, tool I II Â«Â« a mletliif effec! on State D.A.R. To Meet Here In February'1953 In February, 1953, the Osage district, composed of chapters in Fort Smith, Mena, Van Buren FayetteviUo,. and Eureka Springs will be host in Fayetteville to the 4oth state conferen^ of the Daughters of the American Revolution in .Arkansas. Mrs. R, Paddock is district director. At a three-day meeting just concluded- in Pine Bluff, several from the Marian chapter attended. They included Chapter Regent, Mrs. .L._ L. Baxter, Mrs. Leland Bryan,' Miss Julia . Vaulx, Mrs. J. Norman Payne and Miss Harriett King. At a state officers' dinner, Miss Virginia, Foster of Fort Smith was named president, and Mrs. Bryan was elected secretary. At the close-of the conference, Mrs. H. A. Knorr of Pjn e Bluff was installed as state regent, and the delegation .voted to endorse the candidacy of Mrs. Louis N. Frazier of Jonesboro, outgoing regent, for vice president general of the national society.' With the.state membership of approximately T,300, Fayetteville "is looking fonvard to a splendid state conference," Mrs. Baxter reported today. Don't Dare Try to Guess .T. Where, When or How Disaster Will Strike YOUR Bankroll! Sure, there are lots of kinds of insurance Miy man or business can do without. But are you sure you know ic/iicA ones you dare be'without? ItV" your money you're paying for insurance -- and may lose without insurance. So you certainly have the right to decide what insurance you'll buy. You,need not only policies to choose from hut professional advice about what kinds of policies and which ones give the most, protection* under the Â·pedal conditions that exist in your personal or your business affairs. Then you can evaluate the importance and desirability of each type of insurance contract.. We'll be glad to study your policies, VHhout charge or obligation, and report 16 on which nrc most essential. Only through such service can you be sure your decisions are right. RENNEJU COMPANY, Inc. "Insurance of All Kinds" Phone 236 Mrs. Phillips Entertains For Daughters Mary Lynn Brant and Carol Fay Johnson were co-hostesses i birthday party given for Mai Sue and Linda Lou Phillips, b [heir mother, -'Mrs. Carroll Phi: ips at their home Sunday after riobhi in ; KirrdK?~of'! their; : l l t birthday. , , Â· 'Â· Games were played during th afternoon with "prizes going t 'June . Tackett and Nj-oka Lock hart. Favors of hats and horn were received and' refreshment of cake and ice cream were serve to the following children: Jean and June -Tackett, Lind Shaffer, Kary Gene and Rutl Ann Poynor, Nyka Faye and Jes sie Lockhart, Sue, Norwood Batsy Wages, Carol Rose Budd and the honorees' sister, Caro Ann Phillips. County H.D. Clubs To Meet This Week Washington County H u m e Demonstration .Clubs will mee this week as follows: Tuesday, Rural Builders, Mrs R.L Rogland, 2p.m.', Savoy, Community Building, 1:30 p.m.; Wednesday, -RichUnd, Mrs Vcrnon Phillips, noon, Walnul Grove, Club Rooms, Durham, lommunity Churjh, 2 p.m., Ml. Comfort, Community Building, noon, Friendly . Neighbors, Mrs Albert McGehee; Thursday, Skylight, Mrs. Les- :er Smith, 11 a.m., Evansvillc Mineral Springs, Community Building, 7:30 p.m. -Conneditut Companies Personals Mr; and Mrs. II. C. Hankins have retured from two months in 'lorida and Georgia. While in leorgia they visited granite and narble quarries. Mr.' and Mrs. Kenneth Sulh- ner have returned from Walnut Grove, Mo., where they have n since last Wednesday be- ausc of yic. illness, and death if Mrs. Suthmer's brother, Law- cnce 'Hawk. 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