Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 27, 1952 · Page 8
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February 27, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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OH, OLLY--I TO SNEAK IN HER ROOM ) AND PUT A DIME UNKP HER PILLOW HERE IN THE VWHERE PI-ONE BOOTH, I THE SOU DOPE'x-iJ DOUGH ? - 'RCeREDTO MEET MER FUGITIVE BROTHER TO IVE I-VM MONEV, MODEL ES THE APPOINTED PLACE. / H O W IWE YOU SPEAK TO I MV DAUGHTEP WITHOUT V HAVING BEEN ISN'T SAFE ON THE ANY MO£E.' HSY! WHAT'S WHON6? NOW THE SAUSE SAYS I HAVE ONLY A qUARTIR Of A TANK . OF GAS! HMiW! BUT WHAT GOOD'S A MAP WIEM I DON'T KNOW WHERE I AM? AIL I KNOW IS I'M IOMIWHERE 1 IN SOUTHEASTERN UTAH, ? THAT COLORADO'S EAST, ARIZONA'S SOUTH, J AND THERE'S NOT A TOWN OKA RAILROAD WITHIN 100 AVL6S. IB MTTIR TAKMTOCK, tHAVi A n.»Nt, HALF A TANK OP SAS u -' O OUR PSTOLEM IS THAT OUR MSN CONSTANTLY WATCl T H E CLOCK .'j ~ . " ru-SOLVE IT.' WHYNOTfMYSTAKS.Wl veor roo 15 PULL DOWN AN' 6HOVE UP TH1STHING-A-MA-DO BUT ALLEY CANT HAVE ^COURSE HE ~ QONEONATIME-TRIP/JlHaPKD'IMGOlI , ONUS, HOW DO YOU KNOW YOU HAVEN'T KILLED / ^., HIM? KILL OOPf SURELY OOOLA.YOU'RE HAVIN'nJN...FOR YOU MUST KNOW f THESE HKMWUW SUMS WILL AND O E T A MILLION DOLLARS' WORTH w FUM OUT Uitrily Thfl Uim.nity Journalism Club Cardinal's Chirps Miss Green has received a letter from Joslon Company saying that the junior class rings will arrive April 1. Several girls in the lunch room received quite a scare Thursday when Darliene Steel swallowed a piece of glass off the top of a coke bottle. Darliene called t h e doctor, and he advised eating lots of bread. Darliene obeyed him by eating 12 slices of bread and three donuts, but she said she could still feel the glass. Several films have been shown lj the biology class during their study of the human body. Included in these was a film on digestion and a f i l m on the complete process of blood circulation. During.their study 01 different cuts of meat, the Home Economics H class made a field trip tr Krog- cr's Grocery, where they were g'vsn a demonstration on meat cutting. The junior and senior girls physical education class is now at v.-url: on a ' u n i t in badminton. Individual, skills are being taken up, one at a time. The. class will spend four weeks on this unit. The freshman sophomore class is continuing basketball. After this unit they will study stunts and tumbling. The freshman and sophomore boys phy. ed. class has been taking up tumbling for the last few weeks. There were a few casual- tics because of the strenuous exercises. There . were a few boys with sore necks because t h e y landed on their heads Instead of their feet, which goes lo show you how much they use their heads in class.'They will start working on the trampoline next. The junior and senior, boys phys. ed. class has s also been working on tumbling, with a few casualties. It's not that they don't use their heads any more; it's t h a t they use them too much. They also wi\ start on the trampoline. Five New Students Are Interviewed University High has gained five new students this semester. They come from various places. Doris Campbell, a junior, hails from Springdale. She is an only child in her family and lives on a farm on East 45, which her father has recently bought. She plans lo do library work when she graduates. Thelma Brady, also a junior, comes from a 900-student high school In Chattanooga, Tcnn. She is the oldest of four children, and her father is a carpenter. She is planning to do secretarial work upon her graduation. Junior Nickcll, a junior, comes from Elkins. He lives on North Lcverett, and his father is with Johnson's Plumbing Co. Junior plans to join the Navy. Bob Lewis, a sophomore, is from Porlales, N. M. He lives on Missouri Avenue. He plans lo join the Army soon. Lee Ward is a junior from Rogers. His father is in Ihe College of Education and they live in Terry Village. He plans to enter college H You Ask He We students at University High School are gratified that the east side of our building is being beautified with evergreens, hedgej, shrubbery, and grass. This work has been needed to be done for a long time, for the approach from the east to .Peabody has not been attractive. Now the hillside has been sown to grass, and it is about this thai we want to write. It seems to be the habit of the students to cut across from Peabody to the Women's Gym directly, thus beating a path that discourages the growth of grass. They have no Idea apparently t h a t they might use the sidewalks with less disastrous results. We should demonstrate responsibility and respect for public property, and we should respect those who are trying to do the right thing. So, come on, kids, what do you say we get down to business and show our appreciation of this work of beautification. Remember this is our school building. Are you honest? Before you say, "Sure", examine the question. Are you really Honest? You say you haven't stolen anything from anyone. Or have you? What about that exercise you wore to do for class yesterday? You copied it from someone else's paper? Of course you did. But didn't you know that was stealing? You took his thoughts and claimed they rfcre yours. You cheated-and lied. You were unfair. You were unfair to your teacher; you were unfair to the student -from whom you copied; you were unfair to the rest of the students in the class; and most of a l l , you were unfair to yourself. You have put down a root into dishonesty. Let's look at another angle. Maybe you didn't copy from someone else's paper. Maybe you allowed someone to copy from yours. Is that fair? You encouraged someone to do wrong. You placed yourself in a position where you might say, "Well, if others copy from me, why can't I copy from someone else?" Let's sum things up in one brief statement, "Cheating is Stealing." Cardinals Lose To Fayelfeville 6 43-29 University High Cardinals lost to Fayetteville B-team by a score of 4(1 lo Ii9 in the game played at Root Gym last Monday, February 18. The Cardinals were practically held scoreless in the first half of the game. The main offensive pattern of play for the Cardinals is ball handling which requires a lot of crib shooting, but their ball handling was o f f . They were also held well behind the foul line. However, the Cardinals, having changed their offensive pattern, came back to put up a gallant fight In the last half of the game. A large crowd from University High attended the game. or Merchant Marine Academy when he is graduated from high school. Senior krapbook A prominent senior this year is Anna Dell Kin?ey, a transfer student from Fayetteville High, and a three year student of U.H.S. Anna Dell sang soprano in Mixed.Chorus for two years; is a two year member of the Drama Club and- F.H.A.; and a one year member of F.T.A. She is also the secretary of the senior class. Anna Dell plans to enter business college after graduation, A.four-year student whose good humor and wit has won him many friends is Dallas Hale. He is a two-year member of Inkslingers and has'taken an active part in F.F.A. for two years. He js this year's F.F.A. president. Dallas has been on the Cardinal's basketball team for two years. After graduation, Dallas plans to enter either the University of Arkansas or a mechanical training school. 'And So To Sleep Again'? A sound resembling a foghorn (not impossible in this weather, but improbable is this part of the country) came bounding. out of the door of the band building to meet any unfortunate person who might be passing by. Possibly this is the beauliful m u s i c ( ? ) being made by Billy Barr and Kichard Ledbetter on their baritones. Intermingling with this was a blast conjured by Henry Kronenberg, Gaylon Hall, and Donald Hahn, and their trombones. A somewhat milder blast came out of the cornets and trumpets of Carl Major. David Chamberlain, Elmer Boyd, John Arterburn, and Henry Kronenberg. A hish pitched squeak issued from the clarinet of Don Barrett, who, we might add, is the sole clarinetist. · Mr. E. J. Marty, the Razorback band director and also a very good French horn player, sits at and pounds upon a desk as. he says softly to himself, -"B flat, man, B flat." He says this in regard to the "A" that Learthur Fields, the lone French hornist, is playing. Each Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday at eight o'clock these boys meet and try to blow their brains out, but they never succeed, much to the despair of Mr. Roger Widder, the instructor. Miss McCutchan, however, thinks they may have succeeded better than they realized. Please notice that we said "boys". For some strange reason no girls have been attracted to the band building. Traveler's Tracks When some one asked James Wilson what he thought the outcome of the St. Faul-11. H. S. game would be, . he replied "I don't know for sure, but those guys are so lall you have to reach up to shake hands with "em." During the physics teacher's lecture on the distillation of water, it seems that Lee. Ward and Billy Barr persistently asked questions about what would happen if mash or corn were added to. the water. We hope boys, that you're not planning to go into the-uh-business. A certain freshman boy, after having listened to a long disciplinary discussion by Miss McCutchan, said very politely upon taking his leave, "I'm sorry, Miss McCutchan. that you've wasted so much lime wilh ".Tie." HeiHh (toss Tikes Field Trip To Bikcry · The freshman-sophomore health class made a Held trip to the Shipley Bakery, February 14, during their study of food sanitation. The class was shown through the bakery store room, and also through the room where the dough is beaten and allowed to rise. Tha process that the bread goes through from baking until it is wrapped was also shown to the class. The class made field trips to the University Farm and the City Sewage System during the food sanitation study. Miss Wadill and Miss Bradley are the class instructors, hshrdlu etaoi shrdlu shrdlu hrd Valentine Parfy Held By F F A AND F H A A valentine party given by the University High F.F.A. and F.I1.A. chapters was held in the agriculture building February 5 at 7':30 o'clock. The main feature of the evening was the crowning of the valentine king and queen. The king, Darrell · Ledbetter, was crowned by Kuth Games, president of the F.H.A, and the queen, Wanda Speck, was crowned by the F.F.A. president, Dallas Hale. Both the king and queen wera chosen by vote several days prior to the party. The valentine motif was carried out in the games, decorations, and refreshments. Games played were step on a heart relay, cross questions and silly answers, balloon burst relay, and barn yard. Refreshments consisted of ice cream, cake, and randy hearts. Special guests at the party were Mr. and, Mrs. Charles Cross and a number ot practice teachers. Leap Year Party Planned By Juniors A leap year party to be given February 29, at University High School, was planned by the junior class at a meeting held February 20, in room 207. Entertainment and refreshment committees were chosen k* the class president as follows: entertainment--Donna Weathers and Cliffie McCurley, and refreshments--Marva Xirsch, Bobbie Eldredge, Keith Broccard, and James Wilson. The refreshment committee plans to have cokes and homemade cookies. The party will be held at 7:30 o'clock. All junior practice teachers will be given a special invitation to the party. New Display In Library The display board in the library is advertising several new books ' of special interest. The board, itself, is very attractive. Ked letters, spelling "Read All About It," have been pinned upon a background of pieces of newspaper that edge the display board and are cut to form a jagged circle in the center. Pinned inside the circle are jackets of the following books: Conquest of Space, From Galileo to the Nuclear Age, Television Works Like This, Glass House of- Prejudice, How to Be Happy Though Young, and Behave Yourself, This display was made by, Georgia Lea Whorley and Mary Evans. STAFF Co-Editors Donna Weathers Cliffie McCurley Associate Editor ..Marva Kirsch News Editor Braxton Mairs Feature Editor ..Darliene Steele Sports Editors John Arterburn Braxton Mairs Make-Up Editor --John Arterburn Proof Readers __.Marva Kirsch Bobbie Lee Eldredge Sponsor __ Miss Mary McCutchan'. Obituary Mark D. Counts Funeral services for Mark D. 'ounts, 83, lifelong resident of Vesley who died Sunday at his home, were lo be conducted this afternoon at 2 o'clock in the AVes- ley Church of Christ by Guy Couch.-, minislcr. Burial war. to be in Wcslc cemetery under the direction of Moore's Funeral Chapel. Pallbearers were E?.ra Eubgnks, Lnwis Samuels, Vcrd Shofncr, Eu- gene Counts, Gus Counts, and Jv.lian Counts. Georgi Wofhington Seranton George Washington Seranton, 83, resident of the Thorncy community, died yesterday afternoon at 12:30 o'clock in his home. He was a retired farmer. He was born April 4, 1868, in Shclbyville, 111., the son of Albert and Dianitha Seranton. He is survived by his«wife, Mrs. Daisy Seranton; four daughters, Mrs. Esther Robbin of Cannon Creek, Ark., Mrs. Mary Sherry and Mrs. Annie McFcc, both of Thorncy, and Mrs. Bella Paschal of Le Port, Texas; five sons, Noble. Earl, Harvey, and Vcrnon, all of Thorney, and William of Fullerton, Calif.; 22 grandchildren- and 25 great-grandchildren. ' Funeral services will be held tomorrow at 2:30 p. m., in the Mt. Olive Church by the Rev. Noah Robbin. Burial will be In the Mt. Olive cemetery wit'i arrangements in charge of Moore's Funeral Chanel. Keo ·» with In* Umn-- nut lh« TIMES iiilr NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES C L A S S I F I E D ADS LEGAL NOTICES N«tice Off Annual §chc*l lltctivn Notice is hereby Riven that the annual school election will be held in Greenland School District No 95 of Washington County. Arkansas on the 13th day of March 1952 for the purpose of hjiving the qualified voters elect 1 direclor for term of 5 years and vote on the question of a levy of · school tax of 44 mills annually on the assessed valuation o* the taxable property of the district M which V, mil], will he used for operation and 9 mills to retire cxfstlnf Indebtedness. Witness my hand this '12th day of February, 1952. Sinner) Walter E. Brooks Superintendent Greenland School Claude Ross Secretary Board 20-27 March 5-c NMtafl Of Annual tckMl ltocti«n Notice is herrby given that the annual tchno] election will be held in Went. Fork School District No. Hi of Wruhlngtoi County, Arkansas on the ISth dty of March 19X2 for the purpose of bavin* the qualified voters elect one direclor for term of 5 years and vo!e on the question of a levy of a school tax of M milts annually on the assessed valuation of the tax. able property of the district of which 2.) mills will be used for oprraiton and IS mills to retire existing indebtedness. Witness mv hand this 19th day of February, 1152. Signed Buell B Woods Superintendent West Fork School 20*27 Mwrch_5-c MMlM Of AMNttTMtMTlltttiMI 1* IHilm tcltwt DUtrkt N*. » Of WMfllHfltt* CMfltr. ArftMUM Notice I* hereby Riven that the annual school election In- Ihe above named district wilt be held on March IS 1932,.for the following purpotti: ,To fleet one direclor for a term of % yearn. To submit the ajUMtlon of voting · total'tchool tax of 3ft mini, «s ««t out In Ihe DUtrict'R nudge I, which In- cludM. In addition to 17 mills for operation and maintenance of the whoola. a continuing building fund tax of 1,1 mills annually, to h* voted fnr in* Buriwat of paylnt th* prln. clpil and Inwrcit of · propond bond tPGAL NOTICES Issue of $50,000, which will run approximately 20 years, to be issued · for the purpose of refunding valid outstanding bonded indebtedness and constructing and equipping new school building, and said 1.1 mill building fund tax will constitute a continuing annual levy until the principal and in.erest of the proposed bonds are paid in fuli, with the provision that the mrplus each year arising from the building fund tax. a f t e r providing for principal and interest maturing that year and the next six months' interest on all the outstanding bonds, may be used by the district for calling bonds for payment prior to ma- | turity or for other school purposes. The polli will open a* H:00 o'clock a. m and will close at 6:31) p. m. on March 15, 1953. nt the following polling places in Ihe District, to-wit: GIVEN this 14th day of February, 1932. ' Board of Directors Elkins School District No. in Of Washington County, Arkansas By: L. M. Canfleld. President And: B. E, Fauhus. Secretary 20-27 March 5-e ~NMke Of Annual SchMl Bltctlvn Notice is hereby given that the annual school election will be held in Washington County School District No. 20 of Washington County, Arkansas, on the IStJi day of March, 1952 for the purpose of having the qualified voters elect 1 director for · term of .V years and vote «oon the question of * levy , of a school tax of 3ft mills annually on the assessed valuation of the taxable property In the district, of which 26 mills will be used for operation and maintenance, ,1 mills for the re. tirement of bonds already outstanding, and one (1) mill for a proposed liuue of $*,000.00 In school bonds, to run for a period of approximately 1.1 years and If the tax Is voted this mllUge will be' a continuing tax an- nuall;* unlit Ihe bonds and Interest of the proposed Issue are paid In full. The surplus, each year arising from the Debt Service fund taxes, after providing for principal and Interest maturing lhat year and th« next six monthj' Interest on all Ihe 'ovtstind- In* bonds may b« used by the dls. trlcl for calling bonds (or payment* prior lo mi turity or for other school purposes, i wttnei* my hand; January 4, 1152. Signed J. ft Kennan Superintendent of School! Hugh Smith, Secretary Hoard ' rebruarjr I, 1MJ M March l-c

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