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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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--MOKTHWIST MKANSAS TIMIS. Hvtltavill*, Aikom* Tu.idoy, February 5, 195-i WHAT ARf YOU , COINS IN WAUY PCCEBLE'S ( THE PPEEBLIfS HAVEIfT LIVED IM THIS HOUSE FOf? OVER TWENTY VEAPS MY BEST FRlEMD MOVING WITHOUT TELLING ARE YOU ' IATHONE C WHV DON'T SOU GET SOUR KNOW (TALKING A WHERE \OU LITTLE vOJ GOT I FEMALE --THEM, BABY- FACED BOV FRIEND AMD CO SKAT1WG AND KEEP YOUR NOSE OUT OF MV _ BUSINESS.' ff i- YES. I UNDERSTAND ABOUT THE NICKELS NOW, LARRV.' I READ ALL . ABOUT IT ON MY WAY TO WORK. COSH, MODELS SUCH A FINE OIRL? BET SUES GOT WONDERFUL PARENTS. IVE GOT TO MEET THEM. W *5 '7l TM E TO TUW IN- r?' /'I GUESS I'LL CHECK ·/ XZLiBk THE MEM WI GOT HIM! «T Hit CUM, COOO GOSH, MWVtR! , A BADGE! A SHUT UP! ANP LOOK THRU YOU DOPI.' SIMMS CHANCiTO MAYBE WE CAN FIND OUT WHO HE IS. YEAR Junior I TEXT WEKT nwrtmcal Edlle » Uit Hl«b J««fjiiU»i Cl»m , UNCA . " OH.BO:.. (DONALD/) f i v e M-\DE r W T T DAl.SX CUE S3 » MAT/ I FINALL.V DiD IT.' (.AT 1 |_.\ST I C3AVE 'E.\\ -- ' A CHKilSTAVXS-.. Y'KNOVW»--TH' WAY Y'GOF THAT FEATHER QriCKIN UP IN YOUR HAIR, I'D /I AM AN ALMOST THINK YOU ( .INDIAN, WERE AN INDIAN " fMff...UG, INDIAN?) MY GOODNESS I NO! UG.' ME NO / DO VOU SUD- INDIAN.' UG.' /DENUY FEEL ' I ME MOOVIAN/ ) BADLY SOME K, UG/UQ! /-, PLACF.? HECK.NOM...! MEAN ME FEEL-UM 6WELL, / US.UG/ WHY DQUAW ASKUM.EH? IVE UOOGHTALL THE EXISTING / READV--.f-', CONFEDERATE ) TH'CMQKIM 1 MOMEY.'T'-AWD / DOME NOW, VOKUM. ^3 SUDDF.NLV AHVE GOT A KTTtt IDEA, AUNT NIGHTMARE -AH'M GONNA ·IOW COME ' DOME iUDDENLV TOPPED HANGIW XXLV.SCAW LOU 'Dogs To Rogers; Try For 12fh Win Park«r May $·· Action; Junion To Play Preliminary Trying to make Hie win column read an "even dozen," the Vay- ctleville Bulldogs meet (he nosers Mountaineers loniitht at Rogers, fable, of the Mountaineers, is t h a t teijni'K top scorer and will be the man to watch. As for the Fnyollcvillc team, it s rioubUul that Bill Parker, who las been sidelined w i t h an injured land, will.be back in the game. This leaves the Bulldogs with less than full strength for the third ;ame in a row. The Faycltcville Juniors will' iccompany the Dogs tonight for a preliminary tilt. During the past week or so the HIS cagers added three wins to heir list. Bcnlnnville bowed Gist), January 25, at Bentonville UcConncIl Iccl the scoring for Faycttevilic with 12 points. This game marked the highest score achieved by the Dogs this season. On J a n u a r y 28 the Dogs downed Huntsvillc in another battle away Yom home, in this game the Bulldogs maintained an unusually sjood shooting average. The final score, 54-42. An out of slate opponent, Joplin Missouri, visited Root Gym for fl- eam and Senior names. January 29. The f i n a l score for (he senior ramc was 58-43, while the FHS 3-tcam won the preliminary 3816. Barnes led the senior Dogs in scoring. Coach Glenn Stokcn- bcrry says the first half of that lame was one of the finest e.\- libitiolls of basketball he has seen by the Bulldpgs this season. The ·cscrvcs saw quite a bit of action by playing the entire second half. Tonight's games at Rogers are ichcdulcd for 7:00 and 8:00 p. m. Drivers' Closs Studies Rules And Cor Parts The Driver..,' Education class made a complete study of the general rules of I h c road, a n d learned the parts of the car, and the functions o f t h e different parts d u r i n g the last semester. A thorough study of tlic Arkansas road laws was also made. A stale highway patrol officer gave the students the written part of the test and all passed satisfactorily. The students then took the driving lest and received their drivers' licenses. Mildred Bohannan, P e g g y Brooks, Richard Brown. Johnic Clatcrbaugh ,Joe Coddington, Hilda Gardner, Mary Ann Henson, Hilda Hester, Emile Sonneman, Norma Jean Spillar.-:, Sue Ritchie, tigers Will Be Sold At Spaghetti Supper "Going, going, gone" will ring out through khc Pepper Spaghetti Supper, February 15, as the Fay- ctteville High-basketball team is auctioned to members of the student b:jdy. Although sponsored by the Student Council, all proceeds will be given to the Peppers. Wally [alii, will servo as 'juctioneer, assiilci_ by the Peppers. The Student Council announces the following regulations govern- ownership of a basketball player: Tne basketball player is Lo be a v a i l a b l e io his owner on Monday and Tuesday from 8:30 Lo 4:00 p, m. Any money spent will be paid by the owner. Players must not lie lute for classes, 'layer.-: are not asked lo do any u n d i g n i f i e d nr outrageous duties. introduction of the 1052 Colors Hay Queen will be at 6 o'clock followed by the auction. Other cntcrlainmen' will be Burnished by members of the pep squad. Highlighting the menu is' the .raditional spaghetti and home- nade lemon chiffon pics. Tickets may bo-scoured from any member of the pep squad at the price of 75 cent.-: for adults and University students and 50 cents for high s-hool and grade si-honi students. Preceding the FayctteviUc-Spring- ficld basketball game, the supper wlil be served in the school cafeteria from 5:30 until " o'clock. flic pym will be open early so scats will be available immediately after the meal. Council Installed For Spring Semester and Geneva Wilkinson were en- 11 rolled in the Mass. Library Sets New Record For Checked-Out Books Almost as many books checked out in the first semester as in the whole year of 1949! This ii the record set by the library last scmc.-:ler, according to statistics compiled by the student librarians. Three thousand nine hundred ninety- two fiction, four hundred sixty-four biographies, and nine hundred thirty-seven non-fiction for a total of five thousand six hundred fifty-four books were checked out last seme.-:lcr. The record showed that four thousand six hundred twenty- three fiction, one thousand four hundred thirty-one non-fiction, and six hundred eighty-seven bio- Iraphies were checked out for a total of six thousand seven hundred forty-one books for 1940. In 1051 a grand total of six thousand three hundred nine books checked out; three thousand hundred eighty-six in the first semester and two thousand four hundred twenty-three in the second semester. Eight thousand six hundred twenty-four students used the li- in IS*? 8, comparer 1 -to seven thousand ninety-six last semester. Senior Curtain Call _ Five Like Bosketba |, "Easy to get along with." That's the way brown-haired, blue-eyed Geraldine Harris likes for people to be. This 5*5" senior enjoys playing basketball, soft ball, and phonograph records. Also on her list of enjoyment are taking snapshots, listening to people talk asd horseback riding. Fried chicken, ice cream and .dark-haired boys arc also favorites, along with cowboy SOURS. Her plans after graduation include business college or work." e _ A yankcc* from St. Louis, Tom Sarstarpher · is 6'2" with brown hair and eyes .and weighs 175 pounds. He is a member, of FFA and has played on basketball and football teams for other schools. Tom's favorite passlimc, however, is snooker. Being from another school, Tom is a former foe of FHS, but not so much since FHS won over his school, lie plans to marry some day but he hasn't decided who the other party will be. Betty Guisl admires people who are not stuck-up and dislikes conceited ones. Belly is 5'5", has brown eyes and long brown hair and likes to play basketball and Softball. She would rather spend her time typing nr eating fried chicken and ice cream t h a n any other way except listening lo "Slowpoke." Betty has been a two-year member of FHS and FTA and plans to go to business college after she graduates. Colorado bound! That is the ambitinn of Betty Bushman, who is 5'8", with brown hair and eyes. Among her favorites are Westfork basketball games, frcnch fries, chocolate malts, home economics class and "Tell Me Why'i This former member of TAB and FHA doesn't like people who brag or arc conceited. To Mary Lee Dear Mary Lee: This is just to welcome you to the circles of Fayetteville School. We t h i n k yon made a good choice for a f a m i l y ;md we're sure you'll be happy with them It will be some fifteen years before we'll see you around Kayette- ville High School, hut as students of higher learmiiK," we want U tell you that NOW Is the time to b e g i n striving f o r academic achievement, so that by the time you arrive at this institution, you will be a credit to your father, Mr. Gwaltncy, our favorite dramatics teacher. Sincerely, Students of FHS. Difficult Support Roles Go To Arnold, Jones By NANCY KOCHEVAR Mr. Gwaltney, director of "My Sister Eileen" has given considerable thought to the casting of the supporting roles. He has Iricd to select the people most suited to the different parts,- and in addition, he has done some special reworking, thus adding his own original touch. Most of the parts were cast without any difficulty, but the role of the strawberry vendor proved to be an exception. This part, although small, requires a lalented actor who can give the character the right interpretation. Gilbert Arnold was finally chosen. Another troublesome role was that of Violet Shelton, the "woman of mystery." The dramatics class gave unanimous approval when Mr. Gwaltney announced that Gayle Jones would play the part: One of the reasons "My Sister Eileen" 1 has been such a success is that the play moves along at a rapid pace, so that it holds the audiences' interest. The plot lakes unexpected twists and turns and cumcs up with an ending, unusual and hilarious. , ' Collects March Of Dim*; Plant Dirtctory And Benefit . Spring Student Council members were installed January 31 by Bill Parker, president. The new i members, previous to their induction, collected March of Dimes money at the Fayetteville-Joplin game, January 29. They were assisted by 1he Peppers. Representatives and alternates for the spring term arc: Preston Woodruff, Gail Shuptaw."room 10; Rosemary Henbcst. Freddie Miller, room 11; Freddie Elam, Doug Douglas, room 18; Charles Began, Martha Brockway, room 20; Jim Sandlin, Jerry Lee, room 21; David Stubblcfieia; Charlotte As- dcrson, room 22; Ted Whitelc.y, Morna Robertson, room 23; Billy Cain, George Davis, room 24; Barbara Shorey, Sue Hatfield, room 25; David Ncwbcrn, Jerry Stewart, room 26; Jon Larry Starr, Shirley Stanberry, room 27; Carol Carson, Lavinia Lee, room 29; Mury Lou Wray, Larry Hunt, room 30; Emma Mae Skcllon, Florence Thomas, room 31; Nancy Reed, Donna Jo Grccr, room 32; Caroline Stevenson. Jimmy Blair, room 37; Ivan Hill, Carole Perkins, room 39; Mary Ellen Lee, Leon Grigsby, activity. The fall council sponsored such activities as operating the football concession stand, sponsoring the homecoming a n d Christmas parties, housing students for the Northwest Arkansas Band Clinic, and preparing Goodfcllow baskets. Mild-red Bohannan, Lois Mitchell, and Jamie Cornell represented FHS at the S.A.S.C. convention in Shreveport, Louisiana, with Miss s, faculty delegate, and Mrs. G. C. Ellis, sponsor. Delegates also attended the district convention in Springdale. Activities planned for the spring term include the publication of the student directory, the presentation of the Student Council oenofit, and the auctioning of basketball players on Colors Day. Class Conducts Survey On .Group Influences As a conclusion of their study of,. Group Influences in the community, students of the government class arc taking a survey within the community of Fay- ctleville in an effort to try to find out what influences the citizens feel were, or would be, rnost im- porlant in deciding certain 'local issues. The cta.-:s is divided into committees of two students. Each committee is given a definite area of the town to cover for the survey. By getting about 25 queslion- aires answered from each area, the class will have a good cross- section of the community from which to compile the results of the survey. Questions on the survey are divided into two sections, "Personal" and "Issues and Community Influence," with sub-topics of Traffic aiut Zoning. Such information as the length of residence in Fay- fjttcville, ownership of property, occupation, membership in organizations, and political party affiliation are sought under the personal heading. · Under the Issues and Community Influence headings such questions as "Do you favor this measure?" "Does it accomplish its "I dislike stuck-up senior girls l-ur i f and "What group, was anri good-looking girls that know il." declares Bob "Mclvin" Pearson, who is ,Vn" and has brown hair and eyes. The qualities that Bob most admires in a person arc good looks and money. Although his favorite pastimes are women influential in bringing it about?' are asked. Students will do the survey during their study halls and after school. Any student taking t h e survey during school lime will be provided with "an identification and- snooker, he also enjoys fried card showng he has permission to chicken. His activities run J t l o n g j h e out of school, this line: football, basketball and I rack team member, Student Council representative, Key Club member, deck service, and Thespian Buy tickets to Peppers spaghetti supper now from any Pcp- |-cr. Tickets are 50c and 75c apiece. member. "Melvin" plans to go t o - T h e supper is February 15, 5:30-' college and .study engineering, [ i n I h c High Schnol cafeteria, i Delegates attend the Work shop and A.A.S.C. and meetings. district Bulldog Waggins Marvelyne Rise, Clay vena Duvall, and Kmile Sonneman have increased the journalism ranks [his semester. Right now they are quite lost in the heads, leads, and line counts of the journalism language, and the workings of the yearbook. · · ' , - . Senior boys interested in enter- ng engineering as a life work bad an opportunity to speak with engineerisg instructor last Wednesday after school. Nursing instruclors also visited the school to talk with senior girls interested in nursing as a career. The Square Dance Jamboree at the Student Union Ballroom will be open to both high school and college students. The Jamboree is to be February 8, 7:3(1. Square dance costumes are requested, admission will be 25 cents. The B-team played Rogers B- :eam this afternoon at Root Gym. Staff, members of the yearbook are rushing around and doing a little of everything while trying various brainstorm ideas for various pages. Progress is hcirig made through this muddle. The panels for the front and activity pa^es are finished and senior :iages are near completion. Colors day is coming up and the Color Day door decoration will soon be going up. It is the custom each year for every home room to put a basketball decoration on heir door to be judged by handpicked--judges. The- home room with the most original and us- usunl ideas will win the grand pri?.e of $2.00. A second prize of il.50 and a third prize of 50 .cents will be pivon. . PRIVATE LIFE OF BUCK "Do you mind if I mok« a wggMtion, young man? ... UT'S Gf? SOMf WORK DONE AROUND HfREH" Nearly four million farm tractors are now in use in the United States. Noise is a series of waves that is cither very brief or very irregular in frequency and intensity. MT OUR WAY By J. R. Williomi A FRUIT JUICER, A FLOUR. SIEVE, ANP A MEASUEIN' CUP-- BUT THE REMARKABLE THWS TH 1 KOu COFFEE IS SOOP.' MDU'P THINK. THEY WOULP MARK THEM THINGS--PHAP EVERYTHIWCi OUTOMTH FLOOR HERE.' .-.^.-Jm«. "me woggy WAKT

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