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2---MOMMWHT MKAHiAI TUMI, r* t tH*,»», Aikem*. Monday, March 10, Iff] Honor Graduate . . ,- MRS. KATHLIEN OOIIH .,. IMIIIIIUmillimilllllMllllillilllillllllliiiiiiillillllimiiilillllllllllMllllllllllllllii Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . . . Business and Protenlonal Women's Club, Ferguson's 6:30 HI SI Club, Clubronm, 7. Waihlhgton Lodge One, Masonic Hall, 7:30. j Planned Parenthood Auoelatlon, City Hospital, 10 i. m. .KJwanls Club, Washington Hotel, 12:00 .· ·: :Llonn Club, Ferguson's, 12:0(1 . , - . O.A.R., Major Bflnn Prnrtlelon Chcpter, l;. r )0 . · , Modern Leclure Club, Mm. Edjar Wrrthelm, 3 .-.'..;;0rd«r Of Rainbow For Girls, Masonic Hall, 6:30 Kavnl Reserve Composite Unit, Eason Building, 7:00 - .· Sub Deb Club, ; Sug Gate, 7:00 Order nf Rainbow For Girls, Masonic Hall 7:OU 4tjD; A. V., Legion Hut, 1 7:30 '. F. W. Auxiliary, Civic Clubroorrij 7.JJ ',06th Military Government Group, 11214 Weft Center. 7;!0 Rebekah Lodge, lOOFJII^l, 6 : 0 0 ' ;,'Girl Scouts Of America Observe 40th Anniversary Arkansas Girl Scouis, orsanlzed cnt program llcldx, and then /'."for 35 years, will observe the 40th .. /anniversary of the Olr]. Scouts of '!.'.'''America this week. The Girl '. Scout movement in Fayetteville ..-begin around 1916 when a troop 4 ",wo formed with Peggy Llghlon \ and Grace McMaken Zoli, as lead,;' ..«», The first Girl Scout Council ·,- w«s formed In Fayetteville in . ,,M»y, 1B!0, with Mrs. A, M.' Ha'rd- , ing as commissioner. to .-'* ' - - A t prttent P'ayettevllle has a n o l G I r l Scouting tries t Vein's." In addition, s p c c 1 a 1 bonuses of First Aid Kits were given to the Intermediate nnd Brownie troops selling the most cookies. Mny--the Girl Scout Little House wns formally opened, w i t h a dedication ceremony, and open ·,... . . . · ·: '·;·- ·.····· bouse fur the community. The attitudes she develops. The sir! Rirl!I scrvc(l ,, hoslcsscs . Again- who replaces her ear of the dark I nu ,. th ,., n|( , ,,, , h bus , f j w i t , nn apprecla ion of n stnr-1,11 ,,,,,, imlh , irira | s whn ham bccn Kn night has "grown' quite,,., much j s( , nnrous ,,, l n n k l n g t he Little ·is t h e « l i l who can Identity a I Kile [ ,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 ' Sutnmer--by f u r the most am deepen and develop special interests by concent rating on one or two of them. It Isn't jiiat what she learns that counts; even more important nrc the appreciations nnd constellations. Along V.F.W. Posts, Auxiliaries Have District Meeting. Cpl. Chiirlcu T. Luwc, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lowe of Faye t t f v i l l c , was one o f ' t h e tnost-re- :enl group of honor graduates of liie Hhcppard Air Force Base Airplunc and Engine Mechanic .School. Mr. and Mrs. Lowe and daughter, Patty, have just rc- lurned from a t t e n d i n g the c'rndur.- tinn. plus B Scout movie "The Growing Scouts ind 62 rcgls- ttrtd adults, There lire 22 active ; " troops, with two Negro troops, one : '··· -.Brownie und one Intermediate. ''" r " The following account is- a re- · 'port of actlvlllrj within the troop ' ''during the p««t year, us given by : the Fayetteville' Girl Scout Coun , . ' . F r o m the wide-eyed Brownie struggling over little favor for » hospital tr«y to the pol.icd, no-Minlc Senior Scout giving adult Mrvlc* as a Nur««'t Aide Is a long lu.iu, Ant? It t«.!(r« a heap of Jrowln'. That growth is what Girl Scouting wants for your girls. They «r* Koliijj to grow up whether they Have Scouting, or not, We w»nt them tijiHh brcW.th «hd 'depth as well'. 5 f 1$ T h e a i m o f GlrlV S e S U , first, to broaden H glrl'n interests by leading hfr Into eleven differ"Hot Rashes" Stopped ·r (Iliklngly iwlltvtd · If you're mlMHblt (ram the "hat fluhw," uid nccompuiylnt IrrlUblt, r»»U«u feellnti of ' chiuutt of life"-TOU mar be imffarlnj tinneMMrUrl- 'fat... In tetii by doorj,.. Cyril* PlnUum'j Compound and TaUleU brought relief from such f tlncllmiitiy- «uwd eurterlni to 63'r »nd M% (rt- ·xetlvcly) of the women tested I complete or itrlklna rtUt/l Tell IUkMr«tl hftt prortd thv*F mrd- lelnr* l/iorouph)v modern In aenon . . . hM tbown you whir* to look for rflltt from thm* dlBtreanlnr, ntrvotu, "out of tortl" ffellnfi of mm-UF« "ch»n^«"l Bo...|f( Lydlt C. rinkhftm'n VftftAbt*' CompnuDd--or new, UDprovrrt ftbl mth »ad«l Imnl ( H'oni«r;ul. 100, tar /ttncllonfit palm o/ menttrual with give your some of. the Intangibles of maturity; self-reliance coupled with the a b i l i t y to cooperate w i t h a group, ah undoriitandlng of good citizenship In a Democracy,' a feeling for international friendship, a eode of ethics by which they ciin live. To foster this growth, our main ! emphasis here In Faycllcvillc this! past year has been on the girls' themselves. The higgeM part of the organizational work lias already been accomplished; us a result practically every a c t i v i t y carried on by bnth Council and the leaders thcrhsulvds hap been centered np the 360 girls who represent Fayctlcvlllc Girl Scouting. Thus, the activities listed helnw cnn stand as the Fayetteville Council's report lo you, the community, nf our -year's work. Individual troop reporls will show what has been accompllthed within- the troops. January--a drama skit relating | to the March of Dimes program Engagement Told Prairie I and Mrs. bltlhus program we have attempted was carried through with fircat success under the leadership of Mrs. Mary Jane Bryan. Brownie Duy Camp was held for four days in June, with 124 Swimming--43 girls look part In a swimming program for hnth Brownies and Intermediates; they j ,, were given eiiht lessons under an ! °' ovc """"""« experienced Instructor. ^ Conking--The Arkansas Western Gas Company conducted a cookinp school in their llospitali- ly Room tor 41 girls. Square Dancing -- Separate series of square dance lessons were given: Brownies--39 girl* had eight lessons Intermediates--2ft girls- had six A meeting of the Posts and Auxiliaries of the Veterans ol Foreign W a i n in District One, was held in Dccalur yesterday afternoon In the high school buildings. At (he Joint openlna, a salute to the colors was followed by the invocation given by John S. Harold, district chaplain. The mayor of Dccatur gave the welcoming address with the response by Lester T. Moody! district commander. H. M. Warner, department vice commander, and Mrs. Warner of Fllppln were present. Warner gave the background of the organization and the accomplishments through the years. He stressed membership so as to be strong enough to keep the things obtained for the .veterans without being branded' "treasury raiders." Department chaplain, Charles L. Davis, told of work at the Veteran's Hospital in Fayetteville-and secured a donation and assistance for the Fourth of July V. A. V. S. Program, The .Auxiliary meeting was in charge of Frances Davis, district president. Questions from various auxiliaries were answered. Refreshments of cake, sandwiches and coffee were served by the Decatur Auxiliary, hostesses. The next meeting will be held at Bentnnvillc June 13. for election of officers and dates for the State Encampment were announced for Little Rock, June 27-29, at the Marion Hotel. Those attending from Kayette- villc v.-cre Charles L. Davis, John S. Harold, Mrs. Nora Mae Ward, Mrs. Irene Powell, Mrs. Jessie Mitchell Mrs. Helen Blackwell, Mrs. Eva A. Putnam and Mrs. Estelle Baugus. lessons Leaders--nine participated Colored troop--six lessons Piny Morning at City Park with 100 girls and 10 leaders. In addition, the girls took over "C,,--..-.,,,.. A n J the mtmlh of July, nt the request I J u m m f =r Al Id Grove-(Special)- Mr. Roy FIHler of Prairie - -.-_ engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Mary K-:abcth, to Troj Wayne Cox, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. n. Cox of Prairie Grove. Miss Fidlcr was graduated from Prairie Grove High School in 1950, and is an employe of (he Farmers and Merchants Bank. She is a member of a pioneer family. Mr. Cox, also a graduate of Prairie Grove High School, Is employed by the Crescent Drug Store. The wedding is plannctl for April. The couple will make their home in Prairie Grove. ui mi: lYimcn n jjimcs program me numin ni juiy, at tne request I was worked tip by an eighth-grade j of the Garden Clubs, and provided troop and presented at a regular | and arranged flowers each week meeting of the Klwanls Club. This same skit was presented at n P.T.Ar. meet Inn a t - Washington School; March--all r'ayctlcvillc scouts look part in the annual Cookie Sale to raise money for the upkeep of their Little House here. The wonderful support of the community made. It. a success. A movie show, given at Washington School, was the Council recognition of the In the chnpel nt the. Veterans Ad ministration Hospital. ' ' October: . A rally day was planned by the girls with the help of the Council nnd lenders. The girls in each troop decided what they would do by the way of a skit or display growing out of their program for thejnll. They also divided the responsibilities j for hostessing, c l e a n i n g ' u p , etc., ! among themselves. This is when Box Office To Open Box office for thf! Tennessee William's play, "Summer and Smoke," will open tomorrow at 1 p. m., at the University, and will remain open until 5 p, m., each day except Saturday, at which time It will be open from 9 to 12 a. m., telephone 2020. "Summer anct Smoke" will be given nt the University ' theater with the first performances Friday and Saturday nights at 8 D.A.C. Members Attend Assembly Mpinbers of the Major Brian Pcndleton Chapter of the Daughters or the American Codfcdcracy, who attended the Stale Assembly of the Arkansas Society of D.A'.C , Friday, were Mrs. Lyle Bryan, Mrs. L. L. Browne, Mrs. . W. F, Thomas and Mrs. Arthur Brov/n Mrs. Ellis Shelton- and Mrs Victor Watts, both of the Thomas Fox of Concord Chapter, ilso attended from .Fayetteville. H. D. Club Schedule Announced For Week Home Demonstration Club meet- Ings scheduled for this week are ~-. follows: Tuesday, Cane Hill, Mrs. N.t Meals, 2:30 p.m; Vlney Grove' Community House, 2 p.m.; Prairie View, Mrs. Vernon Lankford, Big Springs, Mrs. Mae Croft, 2 p.m.- Ml. Zion, Mrs.. Hazel Linard, 2 p.m.; Wednesday, Johnson, Mrs. Everett Luper, 2 p.m.; Goshen, Mrs. Omer Guinn, 1:30 p.m.; Meadow Valley, Mrs. Gus Hcnbest, 11 a.m.; Elkiire, Mrs. J. E. Bunch, 2 p.m.; Combs Chapeel, Goldenrori, Mrs. F. Nonnamaker, 12:30 p.m.; Monitor, Club House, 1:30 p.m; Thursday, Cincinnati, C l u b ..wms, 11 a.m.; Colony, Mrs. W. J Pennington, 11 a.m.; Summers Mrs. Flossie Summers, all day Mt. View; Friday, Gem, Mrs. John Hibbert; 1:30 p.m.; Highland, Mrs Roberta Tucker, all day; Dutch Mills, Mrs. Nancy Swain. Five-Year Service Pin Awarded To Taulby H. Taulby, Jr., service h the Gas Company, received a five- year service pin from Company Vice President and Operating Manager Bill Dalton at a meeting this morning at the firm's warehouse. Taulby'started with the company March 10, 1947, as a fitter and later became night attendant and service man, the job he now holds. 300 Persons Make Pilgrimage To Pea Ridge More than 300 persons from Fayetteville. Springriale, Eenton- vllle, 'and other Northwest Arkansas towns attended the Wash- ington.County Historical Society's pilgrimage to the battlefield of Pea Ridfic. The tour WHS held yesterday In commemoration of the 90th anniversary, of the battle.' The visitors gathered at 2 o'clock at the Datllcfield Museum .north of Brightwatcr, where they were erected by Mayo.- Alvin Seamster of Bentonville and W. J. Lcmkc of Fayetteville. The' tour continued west to the site of Leetown, where heavy fighting "took place March 7, lBG2,*anri where Confederate Generals McCulloch and Mclntosh were killed. - The tour then circled back to Elkhorn Tavern, where the'visitors inspected the monuments on the field and the relics in the tavern, and heard Seamster and Lemke relate Incidents of the battle. Booth Campbell of Cane Hill sang a '"rebel" ballad In connection · with the observance of the anniversary of the battle, the Historical Society published a special "Pea nidge Edition" of its monthly "Flashback." The society's April tour will be to the site of Old Maguiretown and the White River settlements east of Fayetteville. Personals Mrs. Pat D. Brinson and children, Ann and Gary, of Chanutc Field, 111., are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P.. A. Greathouse. Lieutenant Brinson will join the family soon. sume Monday evening and continue through March 22, at the same time each evening. Easter News! hard work done by the glris--thc.v | they brought their pennies for the | o'clock. There will be no perform- salled way- over their goal of 5,000 | Juliette Lowe World Friendship I " ncc Sunday night, hut will re- )oxes. All of the Scouts In town i fund. were Invited to the movie "Swiss i December--A group of Scouts,! Family Hobinson" plus a cartoon . from fourth-grade' up, \ v e r e j I_ ^-u------., ,. , , =^rr^= , trained in Carol Singing, and t^ok I nart in the program on the Square I before Christmas. The younger | . _ . . girls helped in the sacking of t h e 1 I p r l i i r p At" I I A candy for distribution by Santa I l - c - l u ' c ' u u - "· on the Square before' Christmas. I Dr . Kenneth G. Orr, visiting In addition, Scouts took over the, 1 |m) fcssor of social anthropology in trimming of the Christmas trees | | he department of sociology at the Parasol Skirt in a Parasol Print J«t it in April GOOD HOUSKEWNG A whirl ol o skirt with full parasol flan '·patterned in whinisicol porosol print--gay colors 1 ·vhile. It's tho thing lor Spring! A special Eastti treat I So practical, too Ol pro-shrunk puckero! cotton, wrlnUo and soil resistant. with solid color bodies In Sanforized* broadcloth A pocket in «very dress Big a- little Sister slzei: 1 to I. I to t*, 7 lo II 3.11. 4.SI, i,J| P. S. Kelt Gieenwoy's n«w ill* labtl Includes height ourf wtlght rntoiurementi *· ttur* perfect f,t. Pearl Lee Children's Shop 271. CM*** Phone 2005 r\ -r r. Urr I 0 c e p a r m e n o socoogy at te up at Veterans' Hospital, nnd one j University, will give a public lee- l,.*\il* IMlt rn n l t M l « «l*,. /,*.. tli« . ._. _ . ' _ . lure on "Standards of/ Living Southeast Asia," tomorrow night at 8 o'clock in the game r:om of troop put nn a little play for the pntlents there. These then, arc the maior ac- n l ,, ,, t . lol;K UvKies of your Girl S c o u t i | h e Student Union. This is the Council during the past year. With · sccon d-nf a series of four lectures vour continued support and Inter- ! scheduled for alternate Tuesdav est. the Scouting program should ' evenings on the general topic of . Mrs.. A. V. Stevens left this morning for Little Rock, where she-will join her daughter,'Mrs. A. M. Davidson, and Mrs. Gillford Moore for a trip to Natchez, Miss., lo attend the pilgrimage of antebellum homes. Mrs. Stevens will return in about 10 days. Sgt. Marion F. Swaney, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Swaney of Fayetteville, has arrived at the Klgin Air Force Base, Fla.. home of the Air Proving Ground Command, from 21 months service on Okinawa. Dance And Open House For Teen-Agers Slated Mr. and Mrs. James T. Phillips and daughter, Janice, will be hosts to a form.il dance and open house for all high school teen-agers, nexl Saturday night at 8 o'clock in the Phillips Motor Company. Music for the occasion will be provided by Buddy Hayes and his orchestra. UA Low Wives Hove Evening Of Bridge The University Law Wives met in the Student Union Thursday evening for a bridge party. Prizes were won by Mrs. John Walking. Mrs. Ralph Barnhart; Mrs. Vincent Skillman and Mrs. Bill Putman. Hostesses for the evening were Mrs. · Thomas Wynne,- Mrs. Lee Williams and Mrs. Charles Love. Announcements Newcomers Club The Newcomers Club will meet at 1:30 p. m., Wednesday in the Civic Clubrooms. All newcomers to Fayeiteville arc invited to attend and bridge and canasta, will be played! Members L,rc reminded lo bring clothing for fhe rummage sale 2.182. Thimble Club The Thimble C!u* will meet tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock in the home of 'Zclda Heckathorn, 122 South East Street .- Perennial Garden Club ~ Mrs. W.. B. Wail, will'entertain the Perennial Garden Club at 1:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon. Mrs. W. F. Thomas will be'co-hostess. or for* pick up. telephone Fayetteville Garden Club The Fayetteville Garden Club will have its first meetin; of the club year with a co-operative luncheon at 12:45 p. m., Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Ralph Barnhart, C34 Oliver. Co-hostesses will be Mrs. Watts and Mrs. Meriweather. · · · - Peahod.v Parent Tearhers Club The Peabody Parent Teachers Club will meet tonight in eabody Hall at 7:30 o' clock. Dr. Ralph Barnhart will be in charge of the program and Dr. Phillip Trapp will speak on "Competition and Cooperation in the Development of Your Child." Order of Rainbow For Girls The Order of Rainbow .for Girls will have its regular business meeting tomorrow at 6:30 p. m., in the Masonic Hall. Norma's Beauty Shop SALE 50% OFF Cold WIT. k Maehlnt $10 tor !S-tlS tor I7.M tit I,, ill »Mdi« cut ii vcni m ·- 111 W. MMMtaUT REASONS FREE BOOK-On Rectal Troubles Why Ntglect Mcy Lead AtiQciattd Ailmenti To n-p»oj FREE BOOK--(ells facts ihout Piles. Rectal Ahsce.is. Fistula inri other rectal »nd colon disorders: also related ailments and latest corrective treatments. Thornton k Minor Hospital. Suite 37 Kansas city 3. Mo. Let our Clients tell you what GeorgeS. May Service has done for them . Writ* ... GEORGE S.AlAYCo.HPA\v D C«ntr«l Division. 2 You may have poltciM·oonUinihg condiiinns that will prevent you from collecting the full amount of your loss. You may be CD titled to rale reductions. 3 Your policies may not correctly describe the property insured. 4 You may have more insurance than you need or duplication of the same protection in two or more policies. Had Brick in His Stomach 10 Years! A man said for 10 years he felt like he had a brick in his stomach, due to undigested food he always had inside of him. He was weak, worn-out, headachy and swollen with gas. Recently he got CEHTA-VIN and says the feeling like a brick disappeared the second day. This new medicine is helping many Fayetteville sufferers. It makes your food digest faster and better. Taken bc- 'ore meals, it works with your food. Gas pains go! Inches of bloat vanish! Contains herbs and Vita- nin B-l with Iron to enrich the )lood and makes nerves stronger. Veak, miserable people soon feel different all over. So don't go on suffering. Get CERTA-V1N -- Clinchen'j Faycllevillc Drug Store. 5 You may not have the best policy available for a particular purpose. 6 You may fail to comply with the conditions of 8 policy that can void . some of your insurance protection. We'll be glad In ntndy your policies, without charge or obligation, and report to you whether aqy of these dangerou* or cxpeusive conditions exist.' RENNER COMPANY, Inc. "/nsuroficf of All Kindt" Phone 236 Security - Conni-ttKut Compani.. Marvin Melton has returned to his home in Jonesboro, after spending the week here with Mr and Mrs. Virgil Blossom and attending the basketball tournament. Mrs. Melton will remain here for a few more days before returning home. Cpl. Robert M. Greathouse left Friday for Camp Chaffee, after spending a month here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R; A. Greathouse. He returned here a month Ufa from three and one-half years with the 351st Infantry Trust Group in Trieste, Italy. contribute still more this year to the kind of growth you want for your girls. An outstanding flavor--Junge't Roman Meal Bread. 11-19-tl Adrertlse In Ihe TIMES--It p.js! "Anthropological Observations ,,.. the Road to Mandalay," The lecture will he Illustrated with movies. The general public is invited. Mrs. Jay Fuibright will entertain the Wednesday Club at her home on Mt. Nord this week. Sgt. and Mrs. Don H. Cecil and daughter, Judy Ann, have moved to Fort Sill. Okla.. where Sergeant Cecil has been re-assigned after service in Korea with the 936th Field Artillery Battalion. They have^heen guests of Sergeant Cecil's parent;, Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Cecil of Fayetteville, during his 30-dav leave. WHAT ARE K K THRIFT TRADING STAMPS K-K Thrift Trading Stomps ar* the premiums you rtceire on each article bought in the stores having the K-K thrift plan. Each dime that you spend earns one stamp. You will be given a K-K Thrift Saver Book in which to paste the stamps for redemp. tion or exchange. K-K SAVER BOOKS CAN BE REDEEMED 3 WAYS CASH -MERCHANDISE -PREMIUMS YOU CAN GET K-K THRIFT TRADING STAMPS, AND REDEEM THEM AT THE FOLLOWING FAYETTEVILLE STORES- Shoemaker Grocery Northsife Drug Store Hwy. t] W«t »30 N. Pal Milone- Sinclair Ser.Sli. Mix Grocery Hwy. 71 South Hwy. 71 S.ulh Bone's Grocery Lutoick Cmtco Sir. Sla. Bill Gro. 4 Mkt, It I. Center 111 W. Ml Mill St. In pioneer America it took cash to close a business deal. An inconvenient way, of course, but it certainly was safe, for with families trekking from here to yonder credit was an almost impossible thing to check. But now, with our modern banking system, business deals are made easier and more convenient. A check is enough to close the biggest, or even the smallest of deals . . . and then act as legal proof of payment. Membet FAYnTEVILLI, ARKANSAS ««nrvt tniumiHe cerp. toltral Ktitrv* Syiltm ,

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