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NMTMWIST AUKANtAi TIMU, faytJlNvllta. Arkimt*, Ttmfey, Nbrtwry IX IMt I VCAK Jluninr aimra KVKBT WEU A H'Mfcij pewlBunt Mltcd Dogs Try Repeat Over Fort Smith FHS Beoli Rogert 35-25; Biicj Tulsa Central 51-50 The Faycllevilie BulUio K s will .travel lo Fort Smith lonicht lo meet the 1951 Stale Champs in thc second contest bc-lwcon thc tvol 1 -' 1 ''" 1 ' sornc teams this year. The last li mc the rlc(1 two teams met, tlie Bulldog- -Â·Â·- Â·'-'"iiuwya emerged victorious, but the Grizzlies are expected to go all out to win this one. Thc Fort Smith "B" team and the Fayetleville "B" team will play a preliminary clash it 6:30. The Bulldogs picked up two wins this last week; beating Rogers 35-25, and Tulsa Central 5150. This gives them a 13-1 record, while Fort Smith has a 10-3 record. In the Rogers'game Ray Uamc:; and Russell McConncll led the Amos Returns Here 1 am, back nguln. I had a nice vacation, and am ready for all thc festivities in thc atmosphere around J:'HS. With Color's Day, Valentine's, and a Fort Smith ball same comii; up, 1 couldn't stay away any longer.. 'When I stopped lo sec Mrs. Bell, found that most of my friends made it through finals. I sure am . .,i..,i. .r [h cm n . lc j IT ,e \vor- Colors Day seems to be KcttiiiK Annual Colors Day To Be February 15; Celebration To Include Queen, Auction bigger every year, but, of course, you know all about that. I peeked in on the- Pepper's rehearsal of the entertainment for the spaghetti supper. Also, I hear there are plans for a real swell convocation, but I promised Miss Bogy's I wouldn't tell you about that. Don't forget' Valentine's Day in (In- rush of things. Think of me when you send out thoso valentine.-. I'm going to try to go with the Peppers to the Fort t Smilh game Bul'ldoas" with "l5 "poiriis'each Tlie | Otherwise, 1 hear 1 might not gel Mounlaineers tied the Kame 4 i'" K " u ' c thc SJTM is so small. Well, kids, I gotla (50. See ya I AMOS game 4 times in the first half, but Fay- ctteville emerged at the end of the first half 23-21. The 'Dogs started stalling in the third period and only allowed Rogers four points the second h a l f . In the Tulsa game. Ccnlral was in the lead nearly a'l Ihc way; leadins at the end of the first quarter 1Â«-17 and at the half 2726, but by the end of the third period the score was 43-43. In the f i n a l quarter the Bulldogs gained a four point lead and started the freeze with nearly six minutes left in the game. In the last, minutes Tulsa made one free throw an done field goal. R a y . Barnes was high for Fayetteville with 16 points. Pep convocation was conducted this afternoon by the cheerleaders, Peppers, and band. P. S.--I forgot, to tell you abou my friend Lucifer, Ihc journalism typewriter. All this excitement is nearly loo much for him. HiJ marginal slops just about quit on him, and his "b" is so nervous it jumps when it is touched. He would appreciate your sympathy ValentineHypothosi A two-bit valentine is nice, A f i t l y cent one belter; But if you will take my advice, The kind you ouqhl lo get her Is not loaded down with lace, Or with pictures of a cupid. Only Gcorcc Washington's face; These dames aren't so very stupid. Why a vblcnlinc is red f. tt j i . i i i rv i t i Is so very hnrd to sec, Stuffed Animals And Dolls: objects of dun siTM, m.^ac Have grenlcr appeal for me. On Display For Two Weeks Home economics girls - _stuffed animals and dolls in the hobby display case this week. They are made of bright colored materials and stuffed with soft cotton. The six doits were made by Janelle Phillips, Bca Taylor, Mary Jo Davis, .Vclma Kader, anri Peggy Moslcller. The a n i m a l s include a monkey made by Carolyn Sellc; a bear by Lois King; iwo dogs by Betty Willis and Dorlha Burnett; three kiUcns by Doris Ann Hughes, Camclia Morrow, and Velma Lcc Lacy; three lambs by Rhonda Rhodes, Colleen Slockburgcr, and Margaret Myers; two ciraffcs by Belly Siscmorc and .Judy Albin; and two kangaroo by Billie Sue Edwards and A n n a Layne. This display will remain yp for two weeks. Norman Powers and Kenneth Crudup designed and mnde the two pieces of furniture. Norman made a blond combination magazine stand and table, and Kenn e t h made a walnut coffee table. These pieces were displayed last week along with a landscape pai Here's the mnrnl to my song Bet you've known il all along, , If your valentine is cash have 20 She won't put il in thc trash. "\Vm. iUyers. inting in pastels, a finger palnt- Eileen, Ruth Sherwood Visit FHS Convocation "I'm (jonna wait ............. Day and then punch that old bat right in the nose!", said The Wreck about his Mother-in-law, Mrs. Wade, in convocation, February C, when skits were presented from the FHS production of "My Sister Eileen". Gilbert A r n o l d , master ot ceremonies, gave a descriptive introductory speech about the characters and explained the set which makes up the New York basement apartment. The characters In ihe first skit were Eileen (Norma Kcnnan), R u t h ( L i z G a m b l e ) , The Wreck (Joe Richardson), Helen ( M a r t h a MU.VCS), and' Mrs. Wade (Dicna Wray). In the second skit appeared R u t h and Eileen, Violet lielton (Gaylc Jones), anri sidewalk passers-by ( M a x i n c and Pauline Paschal). . ing of the ocean and a pillowcase The play is to be presented on with textile designs by Nora Lcc ] the evening of. February 25 ln- Parnell. stead of February 18. Senior Curtain Call -Four ln Stor Review "Good evening. This i.s your reporter at the All-Star Senior Ke- view ready lo bring you some information on n few stars of the show. "Stepping forward for tlie first curtain call is Raymond Oshur", a one-year member rf FHS. Ray- Â· mono! says 'After graduation I plan lo marry a rich woman and quil working KO hard. 1 He dislikes people who are always fussing about view curtain for a bouquet now is Dorothy Orndoff. Dorothy, who has brown hair and dark brown eyes, is a member of tlie Girl's Chorus, a former member of FTA and FHA, and says her favorite subject is "boyology.' 1 T l i k e all kinds of food and plenly of it,' said "Ttushin," whose pet peeve is people who come in a store at closing time just, to look around. Dorothy plans lo go lo college in Okla- the. ./ay their food is fixed, cspe- homn. cially when he cooks it. Ray- "The last star to answer a cur- mond chooses sleeping, study hall, j l a i n call this evening is rcd-head- Karo-nul pics, and small, dainty j cd ."Mary Tclcr. A memlcr of FHS girls as olhcr favorilcs. | for two years, she likes short- "Evclyn Lewis, recognized by a j hand, fried chicken, beans, and Ihc friendly smile, slcps Into Ihc spot- j sjng "Anytime." "Red" dislikes lighl next. This Senior Review grouchy people. Business school [tar likes chicken, the expression, I is her plan a f t e r graduation. - 'Shadfrey," and the song "Too; "This is your reporter saying fuung." Stuck up people irritate- 'Curly." Evelyn plans to become ! policewoman a f t e r graduation. "Coming before the Senior Rc- gondbye u n t i l next week when we All-Sinr .'Â·mil light have more stars from the Senior for Kcviev i n t h c interview." Dishes, Math, Themes In Store For Cagers If you should be one of the slu- dents to buy a basketball player at the annual Spaghetti Supper, what would you do with h i m ? This question was asked several FHS students and following are their answers Evelyn Schlecht: j would have him carry my books to classes all day. Lucy McAllister: I'd have them do my homework if any were smart enough. Joe Beth Phillips: ] would have him do my geometry because I can't. Joe McGee: T would have him write my English theme because don't write very well in ink. Landon Drain: 1 would sell him. Ilarlcan Gage: I would auction him off to the highest bidder in (ilh period health class. Wilma Jean Clisson: I would Winners Of Door Decorotioni Will Be Named In Aiumbly I ' u r p l e and. while will blossom all over Bulldoi! land, Kchruary 15, when Ihe fiflh annual Color's Day is ccicbraled in FHS. For four jvars this special day, during basketball season, has been scl aside for the honoring of school colors, and is Ihc equivalent of football homecoming. Dccoralcd doors, 20 Club booster bultons. announcement of thc queen, and the Peppers spaghetti supper all characterize this day of days In the spring semester. For thc 1/ist Ihrce years on Colors Day, Ihc 2fl C l u b has sponsored (he sale of boosler bullons. The. Imtlons are purple and while, have Faycllevilie printed on them, and have purple and w h i t e ribbon hanging from them. They may be purchased from any 26 Club member for 15 cents each. A regular and much a n t i c i p a t e d feature of Colors Day is thc announcement of the Colors Dai queen. The queen is elected by th basketball team and is formal!) announced, w i t h her maids, at the Peppers' spaghetti supper. She wil then reign over Hie Fayelleville- Springfield game that nlpM. Along wilh Its regular menu the spaghetti supper has a new feature added this year. Thc 195; basketball team w i l l he auclioncd one player al a time, to members ot the studenl body for Â» two-day ownership. Although sponsored bj Ihe Studenl Council, thc proceeds from the auction will go to the Peppers. Auctioneer, Wally In- .jails, will be assisted by the cheerleaders. Also, on Ihc entertainment menu for the supper are a few song and dialogue numbers by members of the Pep squad. Tickets for Ihc spaghelli sup- Search On In McAlesler For Killer Of Three-Hour-Old Child nm . ss; ry f n r m s f r o r n M ; i j o r n , j r _ McAlestcr, OI:!a..(/1VChlof 'o(Â«- Pnlicc Hoy Anders imid thc mangled body of an i n f d n t found , ,,,,, A PAST at the University .if on a downtown McAlcclcr street i A r k a n s a s yesterday "looked like t h e work o f . ' ' . ... a maniac." A search was under way lo f i n d Ihe parents nf a thrcc-h.iur old haby boy whn was m u l i l a t e d and I'irown in ihe street wrapped in Iwp cheap hand towels, Doctors called inlo tlie case by thc Police Dcpnrtmenl established that the bÂ»by had l i v e d -- b u t nnly Lincoln Tomb Scene Of Tributes On Birthday Sprlnjfflcld. 111. -/lV TrartiUon- al t r i b u t e to A b r a h a m Lincoln on his birtlulny H t i n i v c i s a r y today for throe hours. It was born, they jcorHerpri 'A his I'.mh in O;ik Tlidiic laid, about R a. m., yesterday and It-'crnotiM-y in this shrine city. lied at fl the sumo morning. j I ' i l K r i i n n K P S nfool and in motor Two snide school Kills s t r o l l i n g : caravans to Ihc b u r i a l pliu'O. illy waÂ« rrrm'nrrt by Mayor Robert VoKl. Tho winners were David Duhbcll and Sherry Wr-.t. To wiri'l j| thc iVtlviUr* the I'.T.A. will jponsor a V a l r n t i r n j post o f f i c e at Contra! School next Thurjid.iv afternoon w i t h Ih" i n'lrn- jnolhcfn JcrvitiR rcrrc.-sbmentB. On Fiiddy afternoon P.T.A. Founder* Day j will bp oircivH \ v i t h Mrs. F L. ! w i t l v l i i of Jldyc-r.'-., riircctor (it Ihc 1 Northuf t Ai l::ms;is district, as me nf thi v spiNikrts. Â·* I The r o t i f l i t i n n of Mir. M.irv Ann ' i Mriimn.il llVp'll.il' v i o w , i . . * l : i . j Hire*! in i i i ) . l U t n i n n l r i i " acri'l M:! [ T t t m d a y rnonitn;: on H i ' l h w . i y 7 1 ' | ;oulh, w.r; i r ported i i n p i D v i n - j I tlt.s Â« a l d ll W d l l i f l I I P : - f i : n f - l i ' . u ' j Before sh" \\ nul't h r - f t i i t 'Â·":! Mrs. Muyht 1 ;; M i f f n i-tl ,i tM-'Â»'-:ni . tnrr* when h'M .-intoini Â·;)!Â·.Â· w,i; Â· Niched in a r n t l h i ' m . have him sing "Too Old to Cut Ihc pcr .,,, 5n rcnls a n d ' 7 B r c n l s a n d Mustard ', my favorite song. i lria , Decna Mac Cowan: I'd lake him lo the movies with me if he were may he secured from any - -,., The lime of Ihe supper has been to the movies with me if he were moved up lo 5 o'clock and Ihc cute, hut if be were ugly, I'd t a k e | Bym doors will be opened at 5::i(l h i m to the auction torn. | so Et ,,, l5 f o r th c K ame can be taken him Janice Hudgens: I'd have wash dishes for me. Scholarship Available To A Future Teacher Discussions on the Color's Day door decorations and a scholarship for a F u t u r e Teacher were the highlights of ihe FTA business meeting February 5, J9r2. Thc FTA will have a decoration on Ihe north door of thc library as part o f - t h door decorating contest sponsored by Ihe 26 Club. "Hyde Carroll is in charge of thc decorating committee with Mary Ella Hodges, Pat Ambrose, Jamie Cornell, and Jerome Johnson as Ills assislanls. A leltcr telling of a scholarship for some Future Teacher in thc state was also discussed. Some senior from the local organization ivill be selected to compete in the stale contest at a lalcr dale. 'All interested senior Future Teachers arc ar.ked to get in touch wilh Miss Velma Hall before Ihe next mceling. A number of FTA members vis- ilerl elementary schools d u r i n g thc vacation between- semesters. Onp group visited Friday morning with Â« second group visiting on Monday afternoon. Reports on tlie visits will be presented at a Ju- .ure meeting. Photographs Of Travel On Display In Room 29 How Rome? would you like to visit H you ran'f, then go to Room 29. On Ihe bullelin board ire pholngraps of Italy. Among early. Students will enter home rooms next week under all kinds nf door decoration for the Colors Day contest. Entries will be judged at noon, Thursday, and winners an nounccd in convocation Friday. Prizes of $1!.00, $1.00 and 50 cents will be given for first, second and third place winners. Climaxing thc festivities Is thc game between thc Faycllevilie Bulldogs and thc Springfield, Mo., Bulldogs Friday night at 8 o'clock In Root Gym. Home Economic Girls Design Summer Frocks Culling, basting, and sewing light cotlon dresses from gay plaids, spring blues, and many paslcl colors are profilablc ways in which first year home economic girb arc gainim; experience in sewing. The first siep is studying weaves and finishes of cloth. Some materials are distinguished by napping and bleaching; others by mercerized and sanforized qualities, sanforized being Ihc most i m p o r t a n t . Suitability for d i f f e r e n t occasions, cosls and the service each frock w i l l give according lo the weave and finish, and new types of ctoth such as nylon and plas- lics arc the main qualities lo have in a light summer dress. Sewing projects range f r o m pajamas to evening. Most of the dresses arc on a general pattern of f u l l skirts and plain, simple tops wilh perl while collars, matching belts, and i;lossy pearl buttons. Dcana Beavers is making lavender casual, Billie Sue Mc- .. , are the r u i n s of the Col- ] cielland a white taffcla evening osscum, ancient calhedrals, and statues. The pictures belonged to Miss Vaomi Williams, a former L a t i n teacher in Faycllcviile High School for whom Ihc Naomi Wil- iains Lalin Award is named. Mr. Strauss, teacher of Lalin al Ihc University, bought them for $10 dress, and Mary Roberts a pencil- slim skirt and bolero jacket of navy blue broadcloth. on a visit lo Rome. Miss H a l l l e Williams, Miss Naomi's sisler, gave Ihe pictures to thc language department. i Massacre Prober COLLECTIVE COTTON CROP--Great mounds of new cotton arc piled up at thc Pakhtn-Aralsk rccclvlnn'clepol In the Kazakh Republic of Soviet Russia. Russia rcporli that her 1DS1 cotton crop, btlnj btled and processed on collective nnd state farms, will top production of thc previous year. (Photo tnd ctpllon material ire from official Soviet source.) !EP. RAT J. MADDEN I D ) , Indlnna. * chnlrman of the Hpocifll Housf Â·ommlttee holding public ncnringi o inveDllRite the wartime man- .icrÂ« b f . 4,OM to 16,000 l'ollÂ»h oldlerl In the Kalyn rorcit, neat -imolrnnk, Runsla. The NÂ»tl ac- ciincit thc RusÂ»lini unit R u i i l n n i accuMd Null r/Hff down Ihc street discovered the body. They called their mother, who in turn phoned thc police. Doctors said thc infant's throat was c'jt. it.'* stomach slashed, and there was a gash unrirr its arm, A lung was also destroyed. Cadet Applicants No Longer Must Take Test Applicants for aviation cadets no longer must take the f i v e hour preliminary screening examination. M-Sgl. F.lmcr Cochran of the Fayellcvillc Army and .Air Force r e c r u i t i n g slation said today. Thr need 'or pilots and other classes of flying officers such as radar observers and navigators has made It ncce-sary lo eliminate this lest. There are openings in all of- Ihc April classes for pilots and a i r c r a f t observers. Qualifications for this type of Irainin.; are: Age 20 to JO'/i, must have completed two years of college, and must be single. Persons interested in Cadet or Observer Training will need a birth certificate and college transcript. T r a i n i n g consists or one month of indoctrination, I n c l u d i n g processing, flying line and academic instruction, and seventy-five hours of basic m i l i t a r y training. .In addi- ] lion Ihcre w i l l be six montlis of ' basic f l y i n g I r a l n l n e and six ! months of advanced pilol train- j Ins. Priority For ROTC Graduates Provided "Qualified collcKe cnifluaten | who have i implclcri '.ho Air Force | ROTC program and whn apply be- i fnrc April 15 will be given first priority, "long with West Point and A" "ipnlls trfiriUfitcK, for HR- ' slftnmcnt its officers. In .ruining," j Col. Hay M. Alford Kitld today. 1 Any Air Knrc ROTC student or \ grmluulu who receives j an Air ! Force commission nnd bachelor's | degree w i t h i n 180 days from dale of Application is eligible to apply. Flight training classes cmn- mcnce every six weeks. Basic pilot j I . m i n i n g for officer studcnls is normally conducted at Randolph /.ir Force Base, Texas, according to Colonel A l f o r d , Students who wish to apply for t r a i n i n g In any of tho three fields may obtain thc speeches, round-table nnd dinners marked t h n Hilrri year since Lincoln's b i r t h in a lop cabin on n f a r m in K o n i u r k y . Lawyers of Sonftnnmn County will w a l k to the tomb f r o m t h e county rourl holier, [ho f n n n c r staicluiusp in which t h r C i v i l War piTSkk-nt made his f n m e d ''hoij:;r divided" speech. They will follow tho route t a k n i by tho Lincoln f u n e r a l procession, Rogers The Central Parent Teachers \KMJuiiition realized $5118 f n u n a k i n g and queen V a l e n t i n e conteM tvhich was concluded last Thurs- lity afternoon, and $100 in a car- lival Friday nifthl when the I Suit Filed To Collect From P o u l t r y C o m p a n y B o n t f m v l l l p - ( H p m : . l * - . \ f l r n t i v ! nilin f i l e d .til) 1 in f ' i t c i : i ! I f r i l l ' h f r r yrv.l?r.'iny in nv,\ cr .V.'ii! I'M i r h i r k o n s by UM- AtK;in:,;if. I'ouJlry ; Company of Ontry. ) j l'Â»ul O'j\'eÂ»l, lint- n( UK- j m r t m , in the f i r m , i.i m-mu i o i i n h i . . i f a f l u i r u c n f m n d r a f t \'.v:. t i l hen: \m.\ F i i d s i y hy deputy l'io:; ocutnr ClinrlcR Got'io. ! Ti;;d;ilo's petition HJiuvis as i l r - ; demlam the Arlian.-as Poultry'. Company, n partncnihip cumpo-srd i of O'Kual nnd I.. S. H o l l a n d , :ind' Paul O'Neal and I,. S. 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