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2 MOtnmmr MHANSAI IIMM, AHMM«. , Merck i«, iw» ·Minim; 1 I; i '!' .?· i- u ·i Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . . . · Chi 6mega Mothers and Daughters Dinner, Chapter House, 6 40 Ciub'Dlnnor Dance, .Uark Bowl, 7 . Naval Rejetre Electronic Company 8-8 Drill, Eaton Building, 7 ' Delta'6l|ma,"Hujh Klncaid,'7:30 Kappa Alpha Phi, 46 East.nock Street, 7:30 (B41sj- Volunteer Air Force Ke^erve Training Squadron, UA Military Dcpt., 7:30 . t.O.q'.F,, IOOF Hall, 8 Thursday . . - Rotary'"Club,. Washington Hotel, 12 Siffma KU Mothers arid wives, Karl Greerihaw Home, 1 Year 'Round Garden Club, Mrs. Howard Wardlaw, 2 Trdfrel arid Sj)ad« Oar'den Club, Mrs. M, L. Price, 2:30 Boy Scout Hoard of Review, First Presbyterian Church, 7 . V.F.W., lOB'fl.West. Center, 7:30 " . ·'Far; Weil Chapter One, R.A.M., MaBdnlc Hall, 7:30 Voiture: 056, 40 and_8,_Le«lon Hut, 7:30 ' Histof ical Society Plans Maguiretpwn Pilgrimage ..Th* board of director* of )h'e» Washington County Historical So clety met last evening «t the horn «.Mr, arid Mrs. W. J. lmke art completed plans for a pllgrlmag to Old Magulr'etown and the Whll River country east of Fayeltevill' . ' '.The. tour will be held Sunda ·fternddn, April .20, beginning tht historic old lodge ,Nall ah MafuJf* Home, where Tom Feath ert w(ll tell the itory of this, plo n«er settlement. The toiir-wllljto at I he Tuttle cemetery, then fol low-the:Rlchl«nd-Creek ·.·ailey t OdtHen. Highway 49 stops will be mitl* at Son's CHapel arid at th Karl Gre*nh«w place, site c. Washlhiton County's tlr»t count, home. The Society will issue (oldr, ^containing map and In farrriatlon about'the lection to be vltltM. . . The Washington County Soviet wilt te represented at the tat ' historical meeting in Little Rock May 10-11 by'M-*.'Leslie StrinC fellow, »r' ··*'- '^··"- " fi 1 ^Torn" ft a'The'rs- 'Snd" W. "J L*mke, Mrs, Read Is a membe of the board of directors of th itate audilation/'MlSi Holcombe to a member of th*."M«fkm-« and Monumenti" committee and Mr L«mke of the "County Orgnnizi lions" committee. Other -Fayette villt membert expected to attenc the Little Rock -netting-are Prof H. M i : Alexander, Who In secri 1 Ury-trctiur4r of the state aniibcl ttion, and Prof. Dorsey D. Jones ··dltor of thi Arkanm Historic! jorees Planned For Westark Troops ' Two:i»or' Bcdtft GiftftftMr A planned'fnr Scout TroojTi~oT:;trn Westark Are* Council, Boy Scout: Of America, according to James S BKkmari, chairman of the Camp hit arid Activities for the 10 coHrily trea of;. Boy Sc6uts. Campdfeei will be held nt the following places--Lake Wedlngtfm near Fas'ettevlIIe on April Ifl anr 19. On the Bwkman Dairy 'Farm near Fort Smith on May 2 and 3 Troops ftill-errlve: at the carhporee camp after school on Friday and will set ".up! their tent camp. Thej will COOK their supper based on n tuggested menu. A big mass camp fir* will;o« participated in by all Scouts and Lenders. Program will consist M longs, stories and demonstrations, Parents and the public are Invited. On Saturday morning after breikfast. Troops-'will enter' as many patrols it they like In tlie . field events.' ' · · · ' . : All'of the' contestit art based on "Patrol participation" and a troop may enter as many natural patrol* ·i they lee fit. "Ribbon Streamers" will be prc aented to Patrols on the basis of points earned. . Aft*r lunch the Troops will break camp after disposing of garbage'arid flrei. JhorlCullo Good Health Th* safe').), fastest way to good health is 16 see yc-ur doctor regularly, and at th* first sign of illness, For drifter*, call us. fill DELIVERY Call 3010 CONYERS PHARMACY U.A. Symphony And Missouri Quartet To Play Continuing a fcrlen of chamber music concerts, presented 4 by the University department of 'music this itjrlng, the University 61 Mis- sourl. StflnM. Qunrtct. .*lll give program Thursday night nt 8 o'clock In '.he Arts Center Concert Hall. The public is invlicd. . , The proRram will consist nt th Qunrtct; Op. 84, No. 5 by Hnydn, Strlnu Qunrtct in F Major, Op. 88, called the American quartet, by Dvorak, and String Quartet, Op. 10 by Debussy,. The -ensemble, composed of faculty members 'of the University of Missouri, has Klvcn concerts In most of the larger cities of Missouri as well as request performances for such national music or- lanlMtlonn as the Music Teachers National A«socintipn, the Music Educators National Assodiitlrm. and the National Association of Schools of Music. H nan given first performances ' of many Amcriqrtn Works. The quartet was founded In 1S34( and the present personnel m boen unchanged since' 1948. Members of triS quartet are Rogers Whltmnrc, first' violin; Ruth Melcher Qunnt, second violin; Ocprge C. Wilson, viola, and Elizabeth Mulchy, cello. Auxiliary Officers Election of officers wns held last night at the 1 Women's Civic Club- ·ooins tor the Jack Tidbnll Auxli- :»ry of Veterans of Foreign Wnrs. Rcelcctcd for the coming year were Mrs. Nora Mac Ward, president; Mrs. Helen Blackwell, senior vicc-presldtmt; Mrs. Irene Powell, sccreinry-trca'surdr. Other officers included Mrs. lewcll FrlttSj junior vicc-prosl- d.cnl; Mrs, Liilic M. Courtney, chaplain; Mrs. Melvada Slanlc.v, wnductress; Mrs. Ruby B. Andcr- spn ( guard; Mrs. Jessie B. Mit- 'liell, three year trustee; Mrs. Uith'A. Morris, tvyq year trustee; . Eva A. Putnam, ..one year rustc'c. Dclejntcs In the district encampment are Mrs. Powell, .Mrs. Courtney and Mrs. .Ulackwcll. Alternates are Mrs. Eslclle Ban- ills', Mrs. Ruth Hammond and Mrs. Jammond and Mrs. Putnam. Installation of offices wll be held oh April 8th. Marie Rushing Receives National Awards Marie Morris Rushing has heen notified by the national contra ehn.irman, National League o American Penwohien, th»t she has won '-HO prizes, in thc.blen nial contest, sponsored by the N.L.A.P. She was l.ic.luded amonj contestants from Hawaii and Ala ka, as wjll as penwomen in th U.S.A. These honors were In short-story urn) feature contests Mrs. Rushing has,been invited to Washington, D. C.,_ April 5-9 where the N.L.A.P. convention will be held. Awards «nd specii recognition will be given to prize winners, April 7, at the Sutler Hole], and National League Headquarters. NFPO(fAindHary Entertained At Johnson Home Mrs, KInley Johnson entertained the Auxiliary of the National Federation of Post Office Clerks al ier new home, 335 North Gregg r'esterday .afternoon at 4 o'clock spring/flowers-were used In profusion throughout the nous*. Mrs. Grover George, president of the auxiliary, .presided during the business session, after which guests were Invited Into the dirilnl room. Refreshments were served rnm a lace covered table with Wrs. George S. RoKere, Sr,, prcsid- K a.t the lea .service. Following the refreshments, the fttess opened gifts, given as a surprise shower hy the · guests. Mrs. Lilly Mashburn was a special guest. . The next mee'lins will be with Mr«. Silas Campbell at her home, 231 .Wall Street. . Hi Si Club Honors Mrs. Tommy Land Members of the Hi SI ClUb mel Monday evening at the home of Martha Ann Mayes for their regular . meeting anrj p a r l y , after which a surprise kitcho.i shower Was given in honor of Mrs. Tommy Land, .the former Miss Dafji Pratt, After gifts were received by the honorec, a dessert course was served hy Miss Mayes and her mother, Mrs. Stanley Maycs. Special guest for (He occasion was Mrs. Leonard Pratt. Local Group Attends Mutual Insurance Dinner More thnn 200 executives and agents of 24 mutual fire Insurance companies. In, Arkansas attended, a 20fith anniversary of mutual insurance dinner in Little Hock last night at the Lafayette Hold], and heard C. Hamilton Moses give the address of the evening. CHvc Bishop, diroclor of public relations for Lumbermen's Mutual Casualty Company of Chicago spoke on the "History of Mutual Insurance." · ^ Attending f r o m Fnyeltevllle were W. M. Hitter, W. n. liitter, Mr. nnd Mrs. George McKlnnc.v, W. A. Gulnn, A. R. Ruppel, Earl Weir nncl M. A. Dornum .On the return trip the latter three flew to Judsonht. Missionary Council Meets With-Mrs. Doke The' West Fork Assembly of .Jod 'Women's Missionary Council net Inst evening In the home of Mrs. Edna Doke vilh nine mem- icrs present. Visitors were Miss Mary Sue Slockburgcr and Miss irglnia Bumgarnor of Vest Fork and Mrs. Julia Dearlng of De- roll, Mich. The devotional, given hy Judy Wliuv war-read--from th* 13th chipttr ot rint Corlnthiansi Thla wt( followed by th« r»MP r*Hat- ing a prayer. After th* business meeting-the group rtad i portion (tf tM book, "Nil* Mother, 1 '.There were birthday gifu for Mils Maxine Peters arid Mrs. Vo! Davis. · . The next meeting.will be April 8, with Mrs. 7x.'lma Emerton. Personals S. B. Wlrigate and hi« ibn-in- l«w and daughter, "lr. and Mrs. Floyd Kerns of Rogers, were recent visitors at th* home ot Mr. Wingate's sister, Mrs. D. R. Eoff, of 720 Douglas Street. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Morse and children havemoved to Tuls»i Okla., ivliert Mr; Morse will he Ih th« air conditioning Business He was the f6ffh«r manager o Morse Mill Company here. D. Windecker, tot tfKi. and MM. FrM V/ind«cker; Charles W. Borer, ion of Mr. and Mrs, M. C. Bayer, all searhari recruits, USN, and Richard R, LeBow, airman recruit,. U8N, §on ot Mr. and Mrs. W. E. LeBpw. Dr. Frank Hlggal! of Prairie Grove, accompanied by his son, Hodney, left today lot London, Ontario, where Dr. Higgalj will receive the key and. scroll of membership to Beta of ^Ontarjo Chapter of A.O.A., University of Western Ontario, The .award will be made Friday by the international honor society in medicine. U.A. Social News Mr. and Mrs. Cnarlti E. Mora and children of 'Ola, Ark:, ar moving here this week t o r r i a k their home. Mr, Morse has is turned the management of! "M~bfs Mill Company. They will resid at 817 North College Avenue. Serving as a 'member of a de tacWmcnt of Composite Squadfo H, at the U. S. Naval Auxlliar Air Station Miramar, Calif., Eugene D. Hart, aviation electr: clan's 'mate/ third class/ USN, c Sprlngdale. Robert F. Howard, radarman third ciass, USN, sori of Benjami F. David of WinslnW, is aboar the destroyer USS Coiahan, whic! has recently returned from Kor«»i combat. zones for overhaul an repairs at San Francisco, Calif. Patricia G. Smith,- yeoman ste nographer first class, USNR, o Faycttevill , will complete he: training duty at Eighth Nava District headquarters Friday in New Orleans. She Is the daughte of Mrs. Floy H. Smith of Fay etteville. Serving aboard the cruiser USS Helena, are Menlo D. Kllhgrrian fireman, USN, grandson of F. D Klingman of Farmingtbn, and Rex H. Smith, seaman, USN, son o Mr. and Mrs. H. H. 'Smith o Spririadale. Thi Helena has cen,tly participated in the exercise Lex Baker One." Ens. Lawrence H. McGIonc USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. John \V, McGldne ot Sprlngdale, Is a nc-mber of Airship Squadron Four vhich is a unit of the Atlantic lect Air Wing, recently ddrhplet- ng major convoy exercises in the Atlantic between Long Island a'nc 'anama. Jorrel D, Mill*, aviation electrl- ian's '.niate,'"aecdnd 'class/-USN, on .of Mr. and Mrs. John D, MI1IS 'or'Sp'rinlq'ale, 'is .a'tttchert o Pati'oi Squadron 49, one 6f 15 nits of th« Atlantic Flirtt Air V|ng now ' engaged In Atlantic lee't cofivoy dxerclsfe. Undergoing recruit training at he U. S. Naval Training Center, ian Diego, Calif., are four Spring- ale Trteri, Robert G, Little, son of Hr. and Mrs. .T.'F. Little; Donald Btwore Coughs Following Flu After the flu is ovtr and gonit,the couyh that follows may develop into chronic bronchitii \( neglected. Creomulsion relieves promptly because it goes right to the «6at of the tfoiiHIe 16 help loosen arid expel germ lAden phlegm, and Mid nature (o toothe and heal raw, teisder. frtflamed bronchial ritefflbranes. No matter how many medicines you have tried Creomulsion is guaranteed to ple*ltt you or druggist refunds niortey. Crtbmulsion has stood the test of many millioni of users. CREOMULSION nlW«i riiinH. CM* CMi, A«M Pre-Easter S A L E ! B^ . . Special Purchase Brand New $C95 I Straws [@ ragulorly 6.95 to 1.95 ; 5 Sailors, Bonnets, Pill Boxes, Cloches, and Derby Styl«s. Colors -- Navy, White, Black, Brown, Wheat, Red, Pink, Coffee. MILIINERY DIPT. Prof. Walter B. Cole, head of the accounting department in the University College of Business Administration, and Franklin W. Mlddletori, Leachvllle, an accounting major;' will represent the faculty and students of the college at the 1932 Southern regional conference of the Controllers Institute of America, to be held in Dallas, Texas, tomorrow and Friday, Students will question a panel representing the Controllers Institute regarding the field of ton- trollership and the r e q u i s it e preparation for it. Dr. John Hicks, director of freshman studies course in humanities at Stetson University, Leland, Fia., will give a lecture on 20th Cehtury literature at the UnivSrsity April 3. The lecture, presented under auspices of the University English department, will be in the Student Union game room at S p. rn. "What makes modern or generating forces in 20th Century lit?'' will be discussed. Dr. Hicks, who specializes in literary criticism', esthetics, modern drama and poetry, currently holds a Carne'g'le grant. Besides his doctoral thesis, "Stoicism of Matthew Arnold," His published Works include "Thought and Experience in Poetry." He holds the Ph.D. degree from the State University of Iowa, and B.A. and M.A. degree fro: Louisville. Lyle Bethune, Furdy, Mo.; Robert Daugherty, Van Burtn; William Duncan, Lonoke; Cecil Melvln rayetteville; and Farren Sadler North Little Rock. The fraternity also initiated Dr. John t, Kane professor of business administration, 'and E. B. Sparks o£ a Fort Smith accounting firm as honorary members. David C. Davis, University Army ROTC cadet from Paris, was selected to represent the University at the joint Army-Air Force maneuvers at Fort Hood, Texas, which began yesterday, it was announced by Provost Joe E. Cbvihg- ton and Col..Henry Neilson, professor ol military science and tactics at the University. During C*. det Davis' stay at Fort Hood, he wili be;a guest of the Honorable Frank Pace, secretary of the army and will have an opportunity to observe the initial phases of Wrge scale maneuver, known as Exercise Long. Horn. The 82nd Airborne Division will open the maneuvers with a mass air drop Upon fiavls' return he will be expected to report on his .bbserva* tions to the Advanced ^ ROTC classes. · ··"· ·'·"·" Announcements Yanng Wivei Circle The Young Wives Circle of Central. Methodist Church will sporisoi a bake sale,' Friday morning at Cook's Paint'Store. Womeri'c Charily League The Women's Charity League will meet with Mrs. Ji A. Williams, 509 Vahdeventer, Friday afternoon for 1 o'clock luncheon. Mrs. C. H. Williams will be co- hostess.- PaHala Club The Pahala Club will meet tomorrow at 2 p. rn.,. -with Mrs. Alden Stru'ebing, 701 East Lafayette Street. Members are asked to bring plants for 'an exchange. The University chapter of Alpha Zeta, national honororary agriculture fraternity, has initiated eight student* in the College of Agriculture. They are: Werner Essig, Parigoulci; Loyd Ford, Cotton Plant; Bill Clower, Montlcello; Grover Dqwell, Cash; Jim Turner, Forrest City; Richard Hudson, Harrison; Don Adams, Richmond, Calif., and Robert Hunter, Boone- vlile. Ten new members have been nitiated into Beta Alpha Psi, lonorary accounting fraternity «t the University. The new initiates are Robert Atterberry, Little Rock; James Huddleston. Hot Springs; Albert Jones, Joplin, Mo.; Kath- ccn Reid, Hot Springs; Sally Jane Anderson,- West Hartford, Conn.; 1'ast Matrons Club The Past Matrons Club of the Order of Eastern Star, will meet at the-home of Mrs. R. A. Long, 220 Ozark, al 7:30 p. m., tomorrow. K.M.Q. Club Mrs.' D. G. Lehn will be hostess to the K.M.Q. Club Friday at 2:30 p. m., in her home, 25 South Duncan Avenue. Mrs. I. R. Hill will be co-hostess. Used by thousands In reduelnf iiets--Junge'i Roman Meal bread. 11-19-tf Vi GALLON Vanilla Ice Cream 64c Holland lr«. t«ek«r Manl Births Mr. u4 iMn. Herbert M. Holt Mr. and Mrs. Herbert M. Holt ol Springdale announce the birth of a daughter, March 25, at the City Hospital. Mr. and Mm. Jake Murphy, Jr. Mr. arid Mrs. Jake Murphy, Jr., of Fayclteville announce'the birth of a son, March 25, at the City Hospital. Mr. and Mri. FMdle Taldo Mr. and Mrs, Freddie Taldo of Tontitowh announce the 1 -birth of a son, March 25,- at the City Hospital. -.·:·'·:;. "·'.'·'· ·'··· -'· Mr. tat MnlKenneth 8l«i«··'·":· .Mr. and Mrs: Kenneth Stone of Lovvell announce the birth of a son, March 28, at the City .Hospital. · Mr. and Mri. William Tucker 1 Mr. and Mrs. William Tucker of Fayettevilie a n n o u n c e , .-the birth of-a^aug'litir,.-'March" 25, at the Mr. aid Mm Jin IrrM.EUlott Mr. and Mr*. Jim Ijv«n Elliott of Springdale annour.fe the birth of a son, March 25, « the County Hospital. . . . . . Mr. and Mn. Gay Oliver . Mr. and Mrs. Guy Oliver of Lincoln announce the birth of a daughter, March 25, at the Count y Hospital: · · · ' . ' " · . · . ' , ' · Mr. and Mrs! Maxlt Blackwell Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Blackwell of fayetteVllle ahhounce the birth of a son Marth 25, at the.Cquri- ty Hospital. r4MM|B Mr. and Mri. f ruhian McCarnr Mr. and Mrs; Truman Mi-Carver of Summers announce -the birth of a'son, March 26,' 'it the County Hospital, · ;·- · ·' "·/;. Aderti»e In the TIMES^-It paya. If Your Stomach Is Like a GAS Factory! When you eat a meal arid -tt turns right into gas,.it's a sign youi food is not digesting quickly enough. H just lays there and ferments. So you are in misery .with gas. for hours afterward. Ma'riy Fayettevllle people used to feel that way before they got CER- TA-V1N. This new medicine di* gi??ts food faster and better. Taken before meals it works with youi food. Gas pains go! Inches of bloat vanish! 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