Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 11, 1952 · Page 3
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 11, 1952
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Troops 44 And 45 In Cookie Sale Troop Reports Feature8 During Girl Scout Week This week in - tribute to th founding of Girl Scouting 40 year · ago, the TIMES will publish re ports o£ the troops in Fayettevill on tht:ir activities during the pas year. Today reports from Troo 45 of Jefferson SchooPand Troo 39 of Lincoln School are feature; Friday, February 8, girls o _ Troop 45 prepared for the anxious ' ly awaited trip to the Little House Equipment was gathered am checked for each thing that ou _ leader, Mrs. Ralph Sims, had tol " us we might need. Following a ful day of, school, we met Mrs. Sims Mr«. Nell Pederson, Mrs. Leslie Christie .and Mrs. Virginia Snow at Wiggins Memorial Methodis Church, where we were checkcc · for bed rolls, permission slips etc. Then we started for the Little . House. Several girls had "flu" so only ·13 made the trip. These were Sue Rice, Carolyn Christie, Merleen Mitchell, Barbara Laughlin, Joan Southern, Wanda Trammel, Gail Parks, Peggy Griffin, S a n d r a Jett, Patricia Prince, Sidney Combs, Lola Shoffit and Marie Kinsey. Mrs. Snow could not stay but the rest explored the house and grounds. Mrs. Pederson then left and girls started making down their beds. Next we tix.eC. a box W "caper slips" and each girl drew one which assigned to her a job for the evening. Some gathered , wood for the fireplace nnd others were cooks, housekeepers, dishwashers, etc. Supper that night consisted of hot vegetable soup, crackers, potato-chips, cold, drinks and lots of sandwiches. After the table was cleared and the dishes washed, we played games, guessed riddles, sang songs by firelight and did a bit of dancing. Shortly after 10 o'clock, Miss Marie Edlin came and as she entered the. door, she was greeted with the Girl Scout "Hello" song. 3andy bars were passed and the 'un continued. We were allowed o stay up much later than usual hat night and whispering con- inued until quite late. Finally all vas quiet, and the next -thing we mew, it was morning. The house was cleaned and bed oils were packed into the cars. The cooks went to work in the citchen and soon the smell of rying bacon drew us to the table, ivhere we offered our thanks in rang. With the bacon, pa-icakes, utter, syrup, Vjenna sausage, ggs, milk, chocolate milk, oranges nd coffee for the leaders, were 3rved. After making certain everything r as in good shape,-we went home, oping for a return trip soon. We ave bought a pancake turner for w iT Pi = tU n eCi m , the t0p , . photo are mcm '"« of Troop 44 of Jefferson Junior High School with Mrs W. F.Bel, packing cookies for delivery in the Girl Scout cookie sale. In the lower photTM Mrs Ralph Sims leader of Girl Scout Troop 45 of Jefferson School, is shown Riving a report of the cookie S a?e held, his past week, to members of the troop. Assistant leaders, Mrs. LeslL Christie and Mrs WE Powell, are also present for the. report.-Puska TIMESFOTOS "irisne ana Mrs. W. L. the Little House and will take it the next time we 20. Troop 45 of Jefferson School Troop 39, sponsored by the Auxiliary · Unit 418 of the Ollie McPherson Post, meets each Friday at the Lincoln School at 3.30 p. m. It is composed of nine members, Joyce L. Deffebough, Jinimye D. Deffebough, Mclba L. Smith, Katie S, Smith, Carolyn F. Funkhouser, Flora Ann Hayes, Brcnda Kay Thompson, Mary Alice Watson and Virday L. Ruth Buchanan. We play games, sing, hike and have entertained our mothers. We had a Christmas party. We have learned our Brownie Scout Promise and Girl Scout songs. We went up on Mt. Sequoyah and viewed the city through terrestrial - telescope, which we enjoy very much. We visited the City Water Plant. We have been sewing and made kerchiefs with our Brownie insignia. Now we are working on the cookie sale. Our troop leaders are Miss Minerva Hoover and Mrs. Ludene Deffebough. Troop 39 of Lincoln School Ken o with the fine*--read Ihe T.THE8 dallr Chiropractic Meeting Held In Fort Smith The Northwest District Chiropractic Association met Sunday i n - F o r t Smith at the Goldman -Hotel. Dr. Nora Lindqulst was in charge of the program and gave an outline of the plans for the state convention lo be hold in Fort Smith, April 8-11. At the morning session, slides and a tape recording of a lecture on insurance procedures, by Dr. Hugh Chance, was heard This was followed by a luncheon ot noon. The afternoon was taken with the business meeting, whch time Miss Evelyn Wll'lh. of Van Burcn was selected "cor reel posture" candidate- fro: Northwest Arkansas to compc at the state convention. D George Nettles of Harrison pre sited.. Concluding the 'meeting, D L. J. Carr of Springdale, chora 'chairman, rehearsed the North west District Choral Group in number of songs. It was an nounced that the group will mec March 23, at the Boston Moun tain Lodge. Community Party At * Roof Gymnasium Slated A community parly will b held in the Root Gym tdnigh starting at 7:30 o'clock for townspeople and school students. The party is to raise money for the emergency fund and for the Student Council room in the new high school. The emcgericy fund is for tlje benefit of those organizations vhich represent the school in a district or state meeting, and ave no income or any means of upport. The party will feature a sock op for those who want to dance, door prize, card games, check- rs, and ping pong. Athletic in- ormation will be provided by the caches and a floor show by high chool talent will be given. A small admission will be harged. U.A. Opens Box Office For "Summer And Smoke" The box office opened today for "Summer and Smoke," Tcmiess \ Williams haunting drama which will be presented by the University Theater March 14-23 in the Fine Arts Ccnler._ As in two of Williams' previous successes, the heroine of "Summer and Smoke" is a woman struggling to overcome a. desperate ircdicamcnt. Alma Wincmiller is he vocal-teaching daughter of an episcopal :i small Mississippi town. From childhood she has loved the boy, John, who lives next door and taunts her cruelly. NOOTHWKT AMANSAI TIMit, F. y *t.vlll«. Artam*,. Tmrfoy, Ator* 11, I«J She has grown up into t painful)/ self-conscious young woman, excessively proper, prematurely spin- slerish. When John returns home from medical school to assist his father in his practice. Alma makes a bid (or his affcclions t h a t is doomed from (he ouisct to failure. The Play shows-how through a brood- i"K summer and w: n t er Alma muddles through awkward coquetry ancl needless Woodshed, acekiiu to avoid the loncl;- bleakness t h a i looms before her. 42 On Honor Roll In Engineering College IhiKh Donald I) o I i n g, Pine HHiff, senior in the University College of Engineering, made . a perfect' grade point average during the fall scmeslcr, Dean Gcorg* r. Branl(an ann " y .ccdl H o I c o m b, Sprlnxdale, Slcarna McChristlan, Jr., Billy the dean's honor roll include: .Seniors--.lames liny Younkm. KaycttcvUlc. and Richard Eugene I l l g h f l l l , Silunm Spring!. Juniors--George Eimcn Hranl- gan, r'ayetteville. Sophomores--,locl Kent Riiker, Kngors. mid Clifford Leon Reeve,' Pea Ridge. I'reshinoii--Robert S t c p h i n Lucke, all of Fayetlevllle, and Me Wcntz, Sulphur Springs, · Mr -ami Mrs, O. L. Dailey-'jr are gucjls ot his parents, Mr. and Mrs 0. L. 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