Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 25, 1952 · Page 5
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 25, 1952
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iwMTHMST AtKANiAt TIMB, f«»»mMt, ArluHM*. , 1M2 MOSCOW BRASS MARKS LENIN DEATH ANNIVERSARY TOP MASS of Communism Is «hown lined up under mammoth photo of Lenin. to'mark 28th anniveraary of hl death. Scene la tha Bplnhol theater In Moscow. From left: N. S. Krushchev, L. M. Kaganovitch. L. P. Beria. F. M. Pqnom»ranko; :A; L Mlkuyan, M. Suslov, K. B. Voroshilov, A.-A. Andreyev. M. P. Shklryatov..G. M. Malenkov, Josef Stalin, V. M. Molotov. S. M. Bud- ...| [yonny, N. Ai Bulganin, V. D. Sokolovsky. N. M. Shvemik, T. M. Zvyeva, A. |F. Gorkin, I. L Eumyantsev, M. A. Yasnov. At right la latest photo of Stalin, I made on 34th anniversary of USSR founding. (International Sound photon i Column By HAL Hew .York-(/P)-lt was the- evening of Wilbur Peeble's annual reunion with his old .college chums, a stag affair. ; ' · ' "I hope 'you won't be lonely," he ·aid guiltily to · his wife, Trellis Mae. "I may be a little late get- ting-hbme." His .wife looked at him in cold fttlfe f-afl BOYLE silence and held out a small bundle. "What's this?" asked Wilbur, surprised.. "It's your new new ' drinkin costume," replied Trellis Mae. "I made it for you myself, dear." "What in the .world do I need with a drinking costume?" demanded her husband. "I got the idea -from, a news paper article," purred Trellis Mae. "It told about a millionaire sportsman who took it so seriously that he dressed for it like a Viking--in a horned helmet and ,a .suit of mail." "Oh, yeah, I remember," said Wilbur. "The motto of the Viking society was, 'A Viking can always drink one more.' But"--his voice grew indignant--"what has that got to do with me?" . "Welli every time you come home from one of your college reunions you have a black eye, your clothes are mussed or torn, or your shoes are scuffed," said Trellis Mae. "So I invented a -safety drinking uniform lor you." HOUSTON TAYLOR MOTORS 14-22 Ntrth C«ll.g. MYlTTfVKU , Her husband mutely unwrapped the package. Out came his high school football helmet, a suit of green coveralls, some heavy win- ler overshoes, and a pair of heavy leather gloves. Across the front of the helmet was lettered a sigh: "Sjp in safety." . '. ' · "I'm not going to, take along this junk,'! Wilbur said-flatly. 'lYou're being absolutely silly." ··'.; · ·' "You are going to take itl'V said Trellis Mae firmly. "'re ;oing to promise me you won't lake a single drink without first jutting it .on over your . regular :lothes^-or you're riot leaving this house!',' 1 .. After an hour of stirring debate, Wilbur stomped out of the door--carrying the package under his arm. . L . Trellis Mae fell -asleep a few hours later with a victory smile still on her face. At 3:30 a. m. she was awakened by a pounding on her door. She opened it and saw a policeman holding a nightstick in one hand--and the sagging form of her husband in the other. Wilbur was wearing his overshoes and coveralls and blinked owlishly at her from beneath his \old football helmet. . "Does this, thing belong to you, ma'am?" asked the policeman, pointing to Wilbur. "Yes, I'm afraid so," sighed Trellis Mae. "Do you want me to sign for him, officer?". '"No, just take him off my hands," said the cop. "He said he lived here but I thought he was a prowler from Mars or something." with tired gratitude into bed. Trellis Mae lay wide-eyed and sleepless in the next bed. ."Well?" she'finally demanded. "I sure took a kidding from the boys when.I first unwrapped the bundle," said Wilbur. "But after a couple of drinks they all wanted to wear the costume, too. I had an awful time getting it back from them when the party broke up. "H-m-m-mrm,". said his wife · "It made such a hit with the boys they formed a new drinking society on the spot," said Wilbur. "They told /ne to ask you, as a favor, to design another, uniform for us-Mne not quite so heavy. "And what is the name of your new society, may I ask," said Trellis Mae icily. "The. Safety Sippcrs Club," answered Wilbur drowsily. "Our motto is, 'what yo.u sip safely can't hurt you.'" DOROTHY DIX -- CONTINUED fROM PAGE FOUR in a pleasantly grateful manner.. Liven: By this time, you have become one of'the bunch. You go to many of their homes, their parties, and are part of the general group. Don't sit back on your laurels. You must begin to do your part by contributing something to the general welfare. If yo.u have talent, don't be hesitant about con-, tfibuting some o fit. If you. play a musical instrument or. sing, be generous in sharing the gift, but don't overdo it. Gauge the point at which your audience; is satis-i fied, but-not bored,. and : ., stop.' Young.^ jpeople's,^groups J become · restiVe-very oasily.-and/activities ' muit 1 be' constantly, changed. .If! you don't have a particular talent,] develop one. 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