Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on January 22, 1952 · Page 7
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January 22, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

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NMTHWtST ARKANSAS TIMK, tayttMvifl*, AriMmm. . JcMmry ft, lll iltli YEAR A WetHt DtMrUBeni Juninr Ultrnw IVF.IT WK0 fcT IW f»y«ittTllle Hltll »**·» Jwriullm Bulldogs Play Host To Siloam Springs Amos Vacations An Exams Arrive Lillii Academy Ends Winning Str.ak With 41-37 Triumph Dear K. H. K., 1 bate lo be a deserter before Ihe ship sinks but I'm peltin' kiiula 1 old so I'm taking a vacation 'till next semester. My old ! bones just CHU'I take the hustle T,. ,, .. .,, l and bustle that KOCS on around Ihe fayctlcvllle capo:.-- are i, ere ;,i tl.e end of the .-emestcr hosts tn the Siloam Spring: f i v e ' s o I'm «oinn on a little dip until tonight in Root Gymnasium. j tliinss are back lo normal. Before The Bulldogs will be Irvine in 1 ' Wl ihou 8 h , ' cl '"= "i" J'°" M ,,,,, ,, ,_..... ..... ; k :a M'.tle "ratherly" advice. another winning streai-- s t a r t - i ' Remember, those sis weeks and ed after having. the ,irsi streak semester .exams aren't much fun, broken in the invitational tourna- · · - · ' · · · · mcnt al Springfield. The Panthers from Siloam · won the Bentuil County lournamem and are rated a stronc favorite in Northwest l and other book.-: to be sure ,,,.. Arkansas .I'hey have also prcvi- didn't miss something You know, oufiy defeated Van Burcn. j some people actually cram for The. Lillis Academy of Kansas : those Ihinf.s, but I know you won't City handed the r's yctiovilic lli^h i coimnil thai grave error. School Icam ils first lob's of the ' Also, remember that date post- hut they shouldn't o.ct you dnwn. You may think you remember everything, hm you might just pjance over those English, math, you FHA Meeting Plans Announced By Bent Council Mtmktrt T* M«kt Coiwtntion; Camp Plant "The stale execulive council of :0 Future Homema!;ers of Artier- will meet in Linle Root;, .laiii ry 2,i," says Hosalip Rent, «tatc . Mdcnt. Twcniy-foiir members or the ·ouncil, together \s'llh the mcm- 'crs of the slate advisory board who will act as cnn/tdtants, will oieet to rnaKC plum tar the slate convention and for summer en- c;:iipiiieiit. The theme for the convention, time lo answer all tho.-c endless which \\jll be March 8, as well They £cl kinda busy at the end of the semester and can't find , season by downins '"c Biilldo",s ' cd outside the libnir door'. 1 That j question.-: right oft. Give t h e m ] 4R-37 in the first same of the in- ; was last Friday, the day all books ] lime and they'll set things t o j vitationaf tournament al Spring- ; '·'· 1 crc .-u.oposed to be in. If. liv · riplits asrain. ! stale licit-. .any chance, you still have a book | In general, kids, just do the best j ; li; bcin^ cxtrn lire lo Ihcm now. Thanks From FHS you enii. Keep Ihc home fires burning ni;d I'll bo back when everything is back to normal again. So long for now, A runs Fayetleville was behind all the K '«"dcriiiE around your clcsl: or way by just a few points It. the i h " mc - lry ln Kct '' '"· ''" hcl Mrs last minutes of the game Barnes' Dixi)n m)uki ·il ) l»«-iatc it. and Trunibo fouled out IryitiR lo . SpeakinR of learners, ynu mishit gel the ball. Thompson of I,i!ljs xvas hia'n point man with in lo bis credit.; Xext was the Bulldog.-:' McCun- I ahLri!! 1 Ji?' H "T S Cit ' IT' i Thp st "" cnts a " [l fi "-- ult - v " [ i Yearbooks are still on sale in ahead to \un the tournament by F ,. ,,, riu'ealinj Springfield in the finals '·"'"· V '" L . . . s, i f. ...lu ni^uit muni. [.,,p|. css their apprccia ion to those who made room in their liomqs January IIS for participants in the K'orthwcit Arkansas Band Clinic. Hard work ami persistence by Bulldog Wagghis School wish to i the main hall and will be sold un-! as plans for stage decorations, program, and for awarding the clcjiree of achievement lo successful candidates, will be discussed. » Four persons will be selected to receive the honorary memberships Riven each year to adults who have contributed to the Future Honicmakcrs organization. The group will al.-o decide on tmv daily schedule, study srou] Occupati Diversified occupations Ends Semester's Work the Student Council ivas rewarded v/itli rooms for every out-of- What (to the Initials 0. O. mean! 10 "' 11 . bnnd "» cmbt: ''- ____ ..... ... _ ........... til the end of February. Please crafts, and recrMlion /or_ the sum- buy them between classes and rturinft study 'hall periods. National Honor Society members are duty during each period, nior camp. FHS first year home economics fiir|s arf U(fri d ,, , . variety of other animals to arid and class pictures- intcrcsl *° thcir * tutl ' of chi!d to the average person 1 . 1 Nni much ' pl ' oviflc . cl , ftn " ^ sluilcnts from 2(1 ( Thursciny, January 31. ere : will be taken lor the ye;trbuok| C''»TM and development. perhaps, but lo the students o r ' t o "' n s rhc Favcttcville Ili°li Srhnnl n n ' c t ' a "d T M»nd" Ibr Diversified ' .·iKitors were register- : homes by the i Norma Kcnnun and J;miic C O c ^^l"i Student Council liousin/; commit- nctt nttcndcri an Excliangc Clubj li; . tee composed of Julinii Stewart, luncheon .January ifi. This activity! ni Barbara Johnson, Ann .Johnson, is typical of what the governmcnti through One purpose of this project is tn hrlp Ihc future hoincmnkers to | Jicalixe that lilllc children's lives lay become richer and happier study of music, »ii, dividual nssi.^nmcnt sheet?, which : Ihanl; thorn for their co-operation sadccl by the music class Frid-ayj tionally. emotionally and socially,"' material lor i l h c hcst provide technical ihrir spccitic job. During the last six weeks the- fcin;? Ihc band meet one of when Ihc music class met in room says Mr.-. Ava flray, inslructoi'. efiistcr and mcrcl flisc. Kach student louk a turn fcllinj: meivhandisi; to Ihe others; the sales talks was recorded nntl played back foi general discussion under Mr. Duncan's guidance. The students who are paininK Rturicnts "played store." cumplcle. DflnnorC with cash refiistcr and mcichan-1 ' C PP er5 Go To Fort Smilh Marching in step to Ihc rhythm of "Roar. Lion. Roar", members of HHI Pep Sqund learn experience in various fields arcj fonnatinns lo t)e ))rcscntcd Danny Rronaugh. Northwest Ar- -saidenls nnd public during half-| kan.vr.fi Times; Doiuild Chandler. time of the Springdale-Faycltr-i The .stuffed Hiiimals and dolls ! If ynu have been hearing strange 1 will appear on display in the hall · noises com ins from the activity) this \vpck-rnd.- j loom the third period, we'd better- Problems of hj;;h school stu- : tell ynu that the music appiecia-! dents such a.-:, "What lime should! tion class is IcaininR to phiy-a dale end after a laic dance?" \ .-- ;inr i "\vhy not entertain more at | ! home?" v.'cre discussed by the j i panel in the January 15 meeting. j Boys 'on the pmiel said t h a t ' I they liked to be invited in to mccl j j parents and l h a t they enjoyed , jftames piayed in the homes. The! The InO picture post cards onisubjcct of whether a girl should! Danny Sullivan Displays toTe Post CarJ Collection Ferguson's; Jay Chnndler and J. vllln ^arno. j display lor (he past week in thc'jjo out to W. Dill. J. C. Pcnnpy's; .Inhnir: During football season the Pep-j I J -T.A Hohby Showcase rcprc.scnl; hunke' was Clatcrb.iugh, Campbell-Bell Dry' pers formed- Irtlrrs cnrrcspondinK' ov ' cr tcn y c;irs n f collccliiiR from! Goods Company; Ruddy Conine.! !o various teams the Dulldogsj hcrc . t»rrc. and everywhere, b - v i Ruth'And Eileen when the date controversial one. Quaker Drue; Lrna Harbison,] played. Not Wiintin* to -"repeat Montfiomory Ward; Tommy I.and.i ihrmsclvrs, Ihc versatile Peppers Land's Grocery; Barry Pyeatt.jwill do a rcgujar marching rou- Fayeltcvillc Country Club, Theo-; tine for Ibis year's basketball sca- dorc Rcnshaw. Combs Grocery: son. Marching practice is bein;; , Jcanette Richardson, McAllister's, held each Thursday afternoon, di- Shoc Store; Loon .Smith, Nchi,\ rcctod by Miss Margaret Wilson. Dasny room '21, Dnnn.v has post cards from cnch of the 48 -states except Connecticut, Delaware. Maine, New Hampshire, North Dakota. South Caro- ina. and Vermont; and To FHS February 18 By NANCV KOCIIKVAR "jMj- Sislcr Eileen" cnmcs In Ihc, Rout Gym on February IB, from, dshi n'dork. A smash hit Hoyal Cro-.vn Bottlinc Company.' The Pep Squad also plans lo at- i L-ounliics nthcr than Ihe United! Broadway and in Ihe movies Ihi and Tommy Stoul, Cy Carney'tend the Fort Smilh-Faycttcviilc. Slates-- Alaska, Canada, Oeri-j 70s tf u | comedy combines sparklini Appliance. .game. Fcbrii.iry 12. by hu?. | mark. En s lancl. Finland. France, romance and'humor lo'produce; Senior Curtain Gill -F ° ur Pl » n .Careen "Ka-nifa-fa-lilllc-fii-niqler" is her husbnnd. Hilda Hester's way of saying she! "for crying out loud", says Is in h'cr best mood, which is most' Hhmchc Itficlar, "everyone kno\vs or the time. Hilda is 5'.V tall, has 1 I like fried chicken and pecan brown hair, and ha/.cl eyes. Work- pic." Blanche is a 4-year sluctenl ins in the library this year, boinjriof KHA. She is n'7" tall, with 2-year member of FHA, Girl's blond hair and gray eyes.. Her fa GcrnKiny. Hawaii, Italy, Ubra-l concoction no one ran resist 1m- dor, Luxembourg. Mexico. Pana- ppfsible situations follow each ma Canal nnrt the Philippines, other in rapid succession In one Some of those (most of the states, sccnC) F ,ilcen leads n con K o line of Mexico and-Canada) Danny P ur-| Mexican sailors who are played by chased is person, and others were; ./j m j e tt. Ross Busbv, .James Har- sent by frirnds or relatives who ( r j Si Ronald Hawkins, and Ray have \'isited these various coun-1 Giles t l*t: ' Mr. Gwaltnr-y, the director, is a Included Jn the collection of 1 well-known figure in FHS. Not Chorus one year, and Drivers I vorite song is "Slowpoke" and she! cards is one in the shape of the! only is he head of the dramatic; Kducntion have kept her busy | collects movie star pictures in her! stale of California, ano) one mailed during her four years in FHS.'spare time, if .she isn't writing to' from the Oklahoma Territory. Curly headed boys who drive '10 I her brother who is in Korea, j making it about 45 years old since j department, but he also teaches Junior and Senior English. During his career, Mr. Gwallncy has Fords are nor one srcal weak-! Shorthand class, playday. and: Oklahoma became a state in 1.007.j directed such hits as "Our Miss nc?s. Hot fudjje sundaes and col- football panics is v.hat she likes! Also in the j^roup is a 19-H Christ-j Brooks'* and "Mother Was a jfe chrrse are her favorite foods about .school. She will 1 attend! mas card from the 5th Armored! Freshman." Assistant director is while she dislikes people who a t C | Business Collcjrc lo be a secretary, friends todav and foes tomorrow.: "Is that ri^ht'.'" Lawrence Division in Italy. ! Carole Stcnseng, a member of Ihc At a P.T.A, meeting January Ifi.! dramatics class and the National After 'graduation she will study! Brown isn't pure but says so a n y - j Mr. Orvillc Hall presided in the; Thepninn .Sociely. Slapc Mananer; rosmctolo.sy. ^ j way. Lawrence is a tall, blue rycd, j absence of President R. K. Brnt. 1 and prompter is Evelyn Schlcchi.i Johnie Clatcrbaujih is a jrirl who; bi'own-bciided boy who think?: \vho was out of town. Devotionalsi who was the prompter for thel is often heard to express hen typing is hi.s favorite class and is i wrrr qivrn by Mrs. Kinley .lohn-j Yearbook Benefit, opinion of a short man with blond extremely fonri of French fries i son in which she paid tribute l o j Heading the all-star cast arc i hair. Johnic is .V4" tall, has brown southern friend chicken, andj The Teacher and what he gives! Norms Kcnnan and Li/, Gamble! hair and blue cycj.. She is now chocolate m.iits. He is a 2-year, to tbe student. There were two! in the roles of Kilcen and Ruth,' learning to be a ^ood driver in {member of FFA and has had one stuck-nl viislors, Jerome Johnson' The student body was tfhcn a Drivers Education class, is a for-, year of .shop. Basketball. '.i2 and Joel Whitcly: Jerome cx-i chance to see,the talented Miss mer vice-prcsioent of KHA. and; Chc\ rolets, brunette pii'Js, and the! plained Hie purpose of American- Kennan in actipn when she ap- has been on several Student. Coun- j son;; "Hcd River Valley" a r c j Government classes. Mr?. W. C.l ueai'cd in Ihe one-ael play, cil committees. She likes to dance,. nmonir bis fa\orites. He also has; RIakc, Chairman of the Study "Sparkin 1 ." Miss Gamble, who is eat friend chicken, drive preen ' t w o hobbles, stamp collecting and J Group, announced plan? for the known lo .students as a pianist, rc- 'Fords, and listen to "Sin". When loafinp.. When graduation is over'student course which will be onj ccntly entered the field of dra» school is out, Johnic' will be in : he will probably i;n to Texas andj Ihe part the family plays in mak-jinatics, and shows great promise Ciimrion. Arkansas, takiiifr rare of lry to lie a cowboy, i"« onnri ftir/onchtn ' ·- ·-- i - · ·*- ·· in« good cili/.rnship. ' in her role of Ruth. PRINCESS ON MERCY MISSION MOTHER, 14, FIXES FORMULAS NINCISI AUCI OF CHIICI, mother of the Hukc or rklinbuigh nnd *olhtr-in-Uw ot Princess f.llirobodi ot Ennlnncl. is inlorvicwcii hjr n*wam«n on her «rriv«l M New Yoik'j Idlcwlld Airport. The Rrtnil- l«u»hlcr of CJurcn Victoria Is in the United Stales to ialc (imHs fir ·» "School ot Mercy," which ihi loundcd in Alhcnj. (/nlcrnollonni; 14.YIAt.OlD MM. Gcr«]dine Hudson flxii formnliis (or hrr new ion, Diinalrl .Irrcmlnh, while her hu.nhnnd, SunfortJ, 1^, holds thft hahy ir New Vorh home. They were married when ihe «»s 1.1. f/nlcrnaiionn;/ A Ihin runt of fresh, white Alimc thr Inwpr !tl (irandr \«l- John Cjuincy Adam*, sixth prr.rl- Tht M»vy [«pirtm»nt shellac applied t» clcnncd lufi.«s IP.V. fovMI nyntprs huve been found ; dcnt nf thf Urtited Slatex. w». rrcntcd; hy. Act of C*AffrtM slimMd keep M from tnrnish'n«. A,;t(l tnchr.i in dininctfr. 'born July II, 1781. »t Hralftirec, .10, 17UI. ; fc . ' _ srpond thin roat of h('ll?f will ' · " Mass, ( 1 1 give Innj; liff to the flnivh. T c Cubd, Ihf "Pfurl nf the Antiltfi", ' · Accordjn^ 1 - icimncd i' ihr largest isljmd nf th West' The mean distance "f thf owwn i-enr-u» with denatured alcohol, indies, llrom Ihf e»rth i. *ht July. 'populJUonjif 10.472.3U. ' 1*90,I Be smart... shop the easy way! Choose now on LAY-AWAY! SMALL DEPOSIT. . . 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