Mrs. Rosa L. Canada, national director of the Woodmen Circle, who has recently returned to Conway to make her home after an absence of seven years spent in Baltimore and Washington, where she was actively engaged in work for the organization, is leaving tonight for Omaha, Neb., to do special work for the home office in that city.
On Oct. 19 Mrs. Canada will preside at a breakfast given for newspaper reporters of the groves represented. At the conclusion of the institute Mrs. Canada will attend a board of directors meeting there Oct. 22 and she expects to be away for three weeks.
Jay Mack Fortner of Conway, senior social studies major, has been elected president of Alpha Chi national honor society at Arkansas State Teachers College.
Fortner is a member of Royal Rooters, Phi Alpha Theta, national honor fraternity in history, student National Education Association and is the vice president of the Baptist Student Union. He also is coeditor of the 1963 Scroll, yearbook.
Felicia Bradley, 2, crawled through a playground tube yesterday while participating in a “Mini March for Cystic Fibrosis” at The Punkin Patch day care canter. Center director Elizabeth Sowder said the children raised $911 in total pledges and donations. The money will be used to support research and care of children affected by cystic fibrosis, a fatal lung and digestive disease affecting one in every 1,600 babies born in America. Cystic fibrosis is the No. 1 genetic killer of children in the United States. Felicia is a daughter of Mike and Paula Bradley of Conway.
Attention match-making mothers, grandmothers and single women looking for an eligible bachelor — one from Conway will be featured on “Regis and Kelly” at 9 a.m. today.
Bryan Haynes, 21, a son of David and Julie Haynes of Conway, has been selected as one of the 50 most eligible bachelors in the United States and will appear on the talk show this morning on KTHV, Channel 11. He also will be featured with the other 49 men in the November issue of Cosmopolitan, according to his father.