Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 1, 1952 · Page 12
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April 1, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

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AytH I, Rtmembtr way back when the I .Ux Eaittr Bunny ! e i m e e v e r y Ctiter/ and' left candy* E n t e r i tut, fluffy little C c h i c ken « «nd i ' R ' i b b i U a r i d i o m e t l m e i a · h u g e chocolate egg? . .' . For .,,,.,, . 'jwrne of us those .ara part but powlbly you : a child or have children of -.ewn that the Saite^'Bunny BIIM not mu» thla year. ] ^.Tiju may have notKed. gjr dlapiay a t t,he r a , Dn( of Batter Toys and candles They d« have a wonderful ,«elec UaiKpi. Baiter .gifts for the litt] MKH-j ;. , . So.why not stop bj/ iher and leave your order for th Rabbit to vfait .your fa " child. .'. th* center of attraction aloof wl dogi of every color and breed a dark green' background'Toth background colon available). "Do Show" would be the perfect paper for your new rumpus ' room c your inult (on or daughter wou probably love It for hhrof h«r room Dot Show could be, ufei on one wall with one pi we color" in the deilgn 'pkkM up* for th other three walli. Thl« paper r washable, too, 10 finger prln may be wiped right off. The complete line of Nanc Warren and other top lines o wallpaper may be seen at John MB'I. UM Tlam ««Ur. . T^Hy al»o have a marvelou Mtatton of Eaitar Capped choco »t«« for the grown up on your lift Utt. Candy is.alwayi a pleas tpigirt turpriai and mpecially so I *k PaniSirt'a. Yju'il find tha --f .mm* oBiy«a\r»r»t««rUie · ika taal :|M* *f In* Mothtr/you Wow from'tex- p*rienc» that you c;a n-'t h a v e enough of those T-thirti for your ,bby« and girls'... BUT the BMton ·"-" = doei have ·. - a one . for warm, warm cuter, any ·tyto-a|**«y ·», you *M tad all Orlc* ·o.reii.jnabl.v f tw tan buy your entire »up- ght now . . . from JI. 29 to It could bt more appropriate ai an Easter gift lor a imall girl than a doll ..;/ and; what, would " " ' mint, or 1 blue ; Nltey Nile ' baby doll dreued-ln pink, mint, or blue INley Ntle They art pl eccuioh, it .75. Ste them.al J»K«a«i'i Fatal an 4 Wallpaper ·tan at 25 N. Block is featur- Ini one of Nancy Warren't new«t and moat umlaual wallpaper " p a t terna?lt U first Bag Free... IfNutrena Chick Starter isn't the , , red and white attlptd tent Is lIVJUMiiah«l«.marB d Nulrena Mllli, Inc. . AM M MM MTAHI «M«I WniNAt MOMtT MCN ·WUUNIM 5MELSER EASON C( H. tMuchamp, Mfr. WWIWf · . ^MffM 9v4 Old Songs Return With Unusual Nojses «7 UCNARO KUUNH NBA Mitt CwrttMNNlwl New Yoric".(NEA)-"aee. that long take* me batk." ... . · .-..gjrf.'. About the only people wlio don't get that reacting, once' in a while when- they · lUten to popular music these days are people born in 1931.'If you're any older, you're almost certain to hear an old melody sandwiched hetween 'the commercials on disc Jockey shows,. · ^ That's because we're In an era of song revivals. For proof of thi trend, look at the. latest list record hits as compiled by Cash Box, a magazine of the Juke box Industry. Six Exhumed ,..pf the top 25'most-played Juke bint- records, six are songs that M^»,J^en exhumed--"Tiger Rag,' ''Brbke/iVMearted,",, "Charmalnc,' 'UnxJicidedj'!:;-, "Garden in the lain," and "Anytime," Of the top 50 best-selling rcc- rd«, . J2 are old-t I m e r s--the ibove-named six plus-vperfldia," 'Chinatown,'.' "Tenderly," "Jealousy," "Babalu," and "Tempta- lon," The reason behind the -interest n decrepit ditties is obscure. "We are in a 'sound phase' In he record industry," says a top ecordlng official, i ' f f h e r c ' s a iassi6n 'for unique sound effects -like the harpsichord behind Uxemary ClppneyV record uf :ome. On-a / My;' House.' That urnid a rtrictly ordinary song nto a hit."- ' ' ' -.-':' -.' ' ·" . - Itwllng Kveecia, ' ' '-.·' Other,top records rely on unusual noises. One of the:biggest recording stars of the moment is ohnny-Ray, who howls into voice »xe4 and echo chambers to get aiogi'/dueta with hcr- Some of the current popular records have unique sound effects. One lop star, Johnny Ray (above), makes anguished noises in echo chambers. as the revival of r the "Miller- typc" band, patterned-after Glenn Miller's highly successful orchestra of the late '30s. and .early '40s. "All of a sudden," says this theorist, "the bands all want to play like Miller played. And the only arrangements they can get are the stock arrangements made for Mili.er--things like 'At Last 1 and 'Kalamazoo.' So you go to a nightclub and you hear 'At Last and 'Kalamazoo.'" The folk song trend; at its peak about a year ago, made people conscious of old melodies, too. It's slackened a bit,'bK Gordon Macrae's new record is an ancient folk-song, "900 Miles," and is looked on as a coming hit. University Third In Debate Division The among. University placed third the 300 universities colleges entered in the men's division of debate at the 17th an- lual Louisiana Speech Tournament icjd at Northwestern State Gol- ege, Natchltoches,'ta:, March 28 and 2». The · Uhlversity's team composed of Sain Sexton, Jr., of .,-_., How High he MorinT and ."All the;World is 'alt|ng::fqr the Sunrise" were re- Hot Springs, and Tony Boyett vala-ptajvaround with echoes. I Hope,, won three of its four pre- ·rpl«.Bobby Maxwell-current- llmlnary rbunds to qualify for the . i. repre|ented by "Chinatown"-- »es a triple recording to get un' ' ; sual 'effect's. ; , All -Jhis/ preoccupation with )undi,','. ithe record man contln- es (A -'ntt»ni4.that th* sortg^ sec- ry. ·Th* «ong writcf'.Is less . mporfint ,tnah 'the sound cn- neer." . . . . ' . - ' · There Are Other Idea* , · That'i one opinion. Another an layi tht recent movies on 'e 6f «6ng writers, like the cur- nt itory,of.Gu» K«hn, "I'll Sec ou.In,My piisams," automatlcal- brlngs ba«)i'.the songs warbled the film. ';', '^·; '"'·· ''' Another theory -fixes the cause elimination round! The team advanced to the semi-final round, where' It was defeated by Louisiana College. Arkansas entered only, one student.- in-the individual events. Sam Sexton, ···.If."," placed first in the preliminary contests in extemporaneous speaking and first In the initial ^elimination contest. In the final contest he was ranked fourth. The .tournament wnsi attended by approximately 200 speakers from a number of mid-Southern colleges and universities. Artvertia* In the TIM»--It »ya. Bcnlon County firmer Takes Life By Hinging Rogers-(Special)-The body of Luther Gordon, 74, Rogers farmer, was found nangcd about 11 o'clock yesterday morning at his farm home just outside the city limits. Coroner W. F. Burn's said Gordon died by his own hand. Gordon, in ill health for the past six years, left a note to his wife. A native of Brownsville,. Texas. he came to Benton County in 18»8. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Mary Ann Gordon; one son, John Gordon, of Amarillo, Texas; and one Brother, Nathan Gordon of near Rogers. 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