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March 4, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

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AfOtUHWIST ARKANSAS IIMSi. 'tafia....11. A;kansm TtMWtay, March 4, 19SZ -- MfefMC 3umnr atmra *VEBI wnr A^llttUj Hlted fcf On FaTetltvllle nith Sca»sl Dogs Meet Lavaca In State Tourney FHS It Tourney Povoritn; R*g«ra N»w District Champs by David Fllklngton The Fayetteville Bulldojrs will meet the Lavava eagerj in the opening rounds of the State Tournament Wednesday afternoon at 2:45. The sports writers from South Arkansas pick .Fayetteville as high favorites in/the State Tourney, and 'this is one thing Coach Stokenberry is afraid of because . the 'favorites are usually knocked off early in the tounrament. Coach also says, "if we don't play better baft' than w e ' d i d in the District Tournament lose the . first game." we will .'All Coach knows about Lavaca, the first team we playj is that-their outstanding player is a tal center and they have a"l9-4 record ' for regular season. .'Coach Stokenberry believes there wa Tournament ^han any other · and that Rogers beating Fayetteville in the finals was the biggest upset. Coaqh praised the officials for the tournament ver highly . and said it was a successful tournament. The Bulldogs lost to the Rog ers Mountaineers in the finals o the District' Tournament 50-43 after defeating Bentonville 53-2 and Harrison 44-42 (overtime) t get that far. la the opening round the Bull dogs had an easy time by romp ing over Bentonville. The re serves played most of. the las half for Fayetteville. When the Bulldogs met Harri son . in the semi-finals Fridaj right, they found the' going a lit tie bit harder. The Goblins lei all the way and it looked like i was going to be an easy win foi them. Harrison had a twelve piont lead over the Bulldogs a the half-time.. Fayetteville gradually cut' the lead down in the second half and at the end o the regular playing time the ·core was tied 42-42. Ray Barnes took the tip-off and dribbled -in and made a lay- up making the score 44-42 for Fayetteville and for the rest o the overtime period the Bulldogs froze the ball. In the final game of the tournament Rogers defeated the . Fayetteville quintet by a 50-4: score. The Bulldogs were never able to take the lead and ..Cable paced the winners with 33 points Russell McConnell and Bit Parker were chosen on the all , tournament team. Bulldog Wag gins Correction! Martha Brockway wants it to be known that Eussell · McConnell did his duties as a slave by doing her homework. He also met her before classes in .the morning. The . drive for the Heart Fund has been going on this last week, each class, having a separate box In the library. Thus far the juniors «re leading the way. Practice up, girls! Cheerleader trybuts are two months away. Cheese! Prunes! Click- Most of .the yearbook -pictures are ready, now for the pages. The yearbook itaff is working full steam ahead. Jack P.outh, president of the Class of '·".3, visited FHS February 25. Jac£ has a 30 day leave from .bis division in Korea. Members of the dramatics class ire writing their,own plays now. They do their own casting and will present the plays to the class. Boost the The State. Bulldogs Through Amethyst Staff Mails 32 Pages "To'be or not to be" that is not the question, as proved by tl 1952 AMethyst staff. An une: perienced onlooker might judg the yearbook staff as maii, but tl tedious worl: and thousands of ui mentlonable mistakes are enoug to make perfectly sane (?) stu dents go around raving Ilk maniacs. _A picture just a wee b olf, a dialogue just 10 words to long, a slanting margin or no roo: for -a margin will throw a sta member into fits right now, whe everything is supposed to be per feet. Brian Miller became so frus (rated the other day that he burs out with "Hiding Down The Pow der River Trail" before warnin anyone of what was coming. Pa Ambrose used to be known for ho been typing for the yearbook, the are 'worn down short. · Students will go to any lengl for the yearbook. Nancy Ree wanted a picture of a pig so sh wen', out in the country to a fan ar;d spent an hour and a haJf tak ing pictures. The whirlwind -of activity ir the journalism' department is no in vain, 32 pages haying already been sent to the printer. The ottie 24 pages are still flying around but all are near, completion. Dear Mrs. Bell The Football and . Basketbal teams and coaches, the Peppers the 26-Club, the Band, the Year book staff, the Journalism group the CEP Class,'the'Traffic Squad the Dramatics Class,. in fact al clubs and the Student Counci wish to thank Mrs. Bell for al the nice' things she. has said about each of us in her. dailj Bulletin, and for her untiring efforts to keep us all in the straight and narrow paths, safi from pitfalls and disaster. We thank her for her* patient attend^ ance at all our performances, fo: ler constant efforts in our- behalf, and last, but not least, her good sense of humor. Just the -teachers signed · this special bulletin last week. All o: :h« High School Students would ike to express their thanks to vlrs. 'Bell, too,' and sign at the )bttom of the bulletin as: Yea, Bulldogs, Sic 'Em The Student Body of FHS D ep Squad Entertains At Spr.ingdale Fracus .... by Daryl Pratt During the Half-time of the Springdale-Fayetteville game the sports fans were entertained by members of the Pep Squad doing i marching routine. The girls m a r c h e d . to the ·hythm of "Roar, Lion, Roar". They formed their ranks 'at the iack of the gym proceeding down he floor with half of, the six ines splitting in equal numbers o opposite sides of the gyrn then meeting again in the middle of he. floor and doing a countermarch followed by each line tak- ng four steps forward and back. Each line then took 12 more teps forward and did a "to the car march".' Then" they marched the back of the gym doing nother "to the ' rear march", igain they marched to the back if the gym and met to march rom the gym floor with each Cheerleader leading her respective me. Hats off to the Pep Squad for oing a fine performance, especi- Uy since they had no whistle ignals and did it strictly on loir own, and to Miss Margaret Wilson for doing her usual fine job by teaching her large group of Peppers such a u-ifficull routine, t Sandlin Is President Sophomore Guides Jim Sandlin was e l e c t e d president of the Sophomore Guides. Other officers arc Marilyn Beinc, vice-president, P a t t y Pyeatt, . secretary, and Jerry Stewart, treasurer. New members' elected to Guides are from Home Boom 24, Billy Cain, George Davis, aiid Carol Hinkle. From, room 21,' Lynn Wade, Leon Bayless, Larry Scott,, and Richard Burasco. Allan Guinn, Stuart Thomas, Janice Phillips, and. Janis Rogers represent Hcfme Room 26. Doug Douglas, Rose Marie Grigsby, Barbara Harp, Betty Jones, and T. O. Spicer from room IB-and Barbaaa Barrett, Dick Blake, Elenor Ellis Gail Snoptaw, and Preston Woodruff also were, elected. The Sophomore Guides will plan a party this spring for the new freshmen of next fall. They will also be'in charge of the Freshmen "Orientation next fall and will help the new students get' acquainted with the other students in Fayetteville High School. Mrs. J. I. Smith is sponsor of the group. Six FHS Homemakers To Receive Stale Degree State Homemaker Degrees wjll e presented to Virginia Stapleton, Shirley Stanberry, Carolyn Dunr avyi Ann Stiles; Anne Whitfield, and Dunna Jo Greer in Little Rock at the state convention, March 8. About 6,000 girls will attend the meeting from 74 counties and 290 owns. Forty girls'from Fay.ctte- 'tlle.wlll attend the meeting with Mrs. Ava Gray, sponsor. The theme for the convention "Future Homemakers Change reams to Realities." Dr. Evelyn JL. Duvall, noted author and lec- urer on Family Life Education, is :ucst speaker. Her subject will be 'T o d a y's Dream--Tomorrow's Tomes." Dorothy Lee, national resident of FHA, from Somerton, iriz., will attend. The meeting will NHS To Initiate Eight New Members Parents To Be Honor Gutsts At Service Wednesday Night Initiation services w i l l be | Wednesday night lor eight new 'National Honor Society members, tnc jServices will be at 7:00. in the activity room with parents as spe- CHERRY PIE BAKING CHAMPION broadcast over KLRA at, 2 Saturday. Six girls from Fayetteville ap- lied for their State Homemakers 3egrees at Russellville Saturday, 'he meeting began at 3 o'clock ith slate., president, Rosalie Bent n charge. Each girl tated and iscussed her qualifications for at- aining the degree. They were raded by three state FHA o'ffi- ers. Mrs. Shaffer, district supcr- isor, was also present.. : cial guests. The eight new members are .five per cent of the junior class. They were elected by the faculty, selection being based 'on' the four requirements: character, leadership, scnolarship, and service. In the fall of next year 10 per cent more n f ' t h e class may be elected into the Society. The pledges Carolyn D'unlavy, Elizr-belh Bridenstine, iZ m i 1 e Sonpcman, Anne Stiics, Alan Adams, Larry Head, Don Lewis, and Alfred Taylor a're serving A one week pledge term. They can be identified by their blue and gold pledge ribbons which they are required to wear this week. At the pledge service last Wednesday afternoon, President Mrma Kennan congratulated the new members after she explained the pledge rules. Pledges were given a copy, of the constitution and will take a- lest on it before the initiation service "Wednesday nisht.. Members voted Monday for. two juniors and two seniors to submit to the Scholarship Committee to represent the Socratic Chapter at Ihe a n n u a l NHS convention to he in Jonosboro April 3, 4 ' a n d 5th. .The 1952-53 president automatically becomes a delegate. 1952 AHSPH Convention To Convene At Conway The Arkansas High School Press Association will hold its 1952 convention at Conway, Arkansas, as announced in the monthly press bulletin. The convention will be at Arkansas State Teachers College, April 25 and 26, with Roberta 1 Clay as arrangements chairman. Each school will be limited to three staff members and a sport- sor. The program will include criticism of the school papers by W. J. Lemke, awarding of certificates, and announcement of winners in the annual AHSPA press contests. Also, 'the 1951-52 Editor of the Year will be announced. Delegate from the Junior Times staff have not been chosen yet, but will be announced later. Senior Curtain Call _ Fire F|M Footlights A resident of Fayetteville High JT one year since coming from ; avis Hirh in Houston, Texas, is eanine Dean. Jeanine has green yes, brown hair,' and is S'S .11. When asked ' if 'she liked :orts, Jeanine replied ."You-'bet our boofs," which seems to be her ominaht expression. She Jikes nglish, strawberry shortcake, Too Young," Mario Lanza, the .lor while, and writing "letters, canine says that gossip is her pet eevc. She plans a career of nurs- £ after graduation. Another loyal Texan who roams US-halls is 5'11%", brov/n-eyed, ·own-haired Jack Washburn. ack is a. four year student and ics "Prairie Jump," Long's Eng- sh literature, Betty Grable, and meal consisting of medium steak, rench fries and milk. He claims s pet peeve is girls. Vocational griculture is his favorite subject id he r-lans to study agriculture len he attends college. Jack has ^en on deck for two semesters, president of the Key Club, and easurer of the American govern- ent class'. Spanish, water sports, and Iccpy Lagoon/' rank on top of e list with brown-eyed Mildred .hannon. This 5'EP/fc" senior likes e color light blue and her pet eve is foolish questions. Mildred has been associate editor of the 1951/Amethyst, editor of the Jf. Times, SC secretary, two-semester , SC representative, and a member I of NHS and typing service. Mil- ! dred plans to major in busines administration at colelge. "Huh?" is the dominant e'xpres sion oC 6'3" blue-eyed Bill Cun ningham. Bill likes waffles am ham, new Orleans jazz, fishing swimming, and trig, and says tha his pet peeve is studying. The Cun ningham Activities have .consistet of 'Leing in NHS, SC representative two semesters, SC treasurer member of the Sophomon Guides, on deck service, and president of the junior class. Bill is going to study, geology after graduation. . Blue-eyed,»brown-haired Katherine Lussky. who has been a four year "resident" of room 25, likes artichokes, olives, fried chicken, and Bach. Chopin's Maiche Militaire is her favorite piece of music and the pastimes she favors arc )laying tennis and the piano.-Kalherine has been an officu worker 'or three years, concession worker four years. She is 'a former FTA teasurer, and yearbook business manager, NHS secretary, and i straight six point student; Study- ng business and math, and major- ng in accounting arc Kalherine's jraduntion plans. OLDEST IDENTICAL-TWINS ARE 89 .'FIRST TRAFFIC SAFETY "OSCAR"-Trafnc Safety's flr«t · "Ostar" tl btlnf displayed In New York by Its donor, women's "travel, editor, Carol Line. A bronze statue of the sculpture will bt exhibited 'at the American Museum of Natural History, In Uw Soulptor'i Oulld dlitplay. It will then tour the'United State* . ai part of the Sculptor's Exhibit, The ttatue will later be awarded bjr the National Saftty Council In a new safety program honorific , -WOMM'S stlu^vMDtDUIn Ufhway ittttr.' FULI Of tit 11 th« wurd on J«nnlt McOIII ( l e f t ) and Lizzie Ward, the nation's oldest Identical twin who will be 89 Mnrcti 3. Chey live in Urbana, 0. Jennie Mi seven children, all living. Uule had une child who died In Infancy. Sb» ouMlved two nutbanda, l*let*al(onal IEAH JANE WITMES'S wink probably means It's a secret, how she linked that cherry pie to become national cherry pic baking ehampiop hi annual contest In Chicago. Miss Wltmer, J8, from Carlisle, Pa., Is xvtn- tier over girls from 48 states, Sbe will present pie to Mrs. MacArtliur and scroll to the general in New York. I International Sm TELLS OF RED UNDERGROUND MRS. BERENIECE SAIDWIN, 4B, Detroit, is shown with Prank de Nunzlo. Justice department attorney, as she appeared before the Subversive Activities Control board In Washington to reveal she posed as a member of the Communist party and Red underground while'serving as an FBI agent for nine years. Mrs. Baldwin, mother of three children, said she was made a reserve leader of a Red group. The board Is holding Hearings to determine · whether Communist party leaders 'should be required to register under the antl-subvcrslvci law. (International) Fnlnt luminous clouds of dust ant) H.I.I, hanging In spate between lYi stars of the Milky Way, arc being revealed for the first time in the "sky survey" photographs lory in California. being taken at Palomar Observa- ' by steam. "he black color at the "imoke" that comes from a volcano usually]: caused by volcanic asth carried* Man of the Year · IF YOUR neighborhood made an on- nual award to .Ilio teen-ager who best demonstrates .Ihe qualities which jnalw lor leadership and good cilizenship--your smiling, hustling newspaper boy would be a popular choice. . . ' · " · ' · For here is a youth .who is malcthg' his ' spare lime do double duly--training hirrt- sell for success and serving his comrnu- . nily as well! ' , . Ho's^geMing valuable business experience as he moels people, makes deliveries, collects accounts, pays bills and obtains new customers!, He's learning, th» worth ol earned dollars, as he uses rouls profits to help pay lor clolhes, sports, hob- ' bios--and to boost his savings lundl And, he's lorming manly habits which males) him a credit to his family, an assat to hit city! ' . ' . - . - . 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