Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 22, 1952 · Page 10
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 22, 1952
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TiMwtoy, April M, 1952 »lk VEAB . Sale Co., Inc. NMTHWBT ARKANSAS TIMK DADOX WHEN YOU G$T MARRIED, WHO IS THE BOSS IN THE HOUSE-THE HUSBAND OR A KEV 15 TURNECtA DOOR HE REACHES TOWVRD HIS BELT, AS TWE MUSC .AND THE SNORING BLEND IN RWVTHM. WHILE THE RECORCHNQ OF TONSILS'. VOICE PLAVS OVER AND OVER. DUDE · · " ' ·'···SLEEPS. · ' · IS OPENED A FIGURE 5H-ENTLV APPROACHES. WHAT? VOUREWTHAT-5 ME, REALLV I IN THE TONSILS? v'V FLESH. HMMM--WE DOWT SEEM SEE wuir j MAN? WO YARDS YOU HAVE TO STOP AND REST. HOW HE WWI...WUW! WHAT tOli NEED IS A FEW WYS'RMT... AND SOW- ON* TO C.«5 FOR YOU. tXJ VE SOT T' SWINS IT UP ) V^fiVHBVOUt! HEAD.,. - TO PUT IT ON.. T'5 AWPULLX, HEKE.HOLD OUR/ YEH, I KNOW. « DIJSr...!GOr /REMEMBER,YOU, OTHER USES WAS CALLED A AWRIGHT NOW, WHO WAS IT CALLED DID THIS HAPTA HAPPEW,AT TH 1 BEGINWIM'O' OUR HONEVMOON SORRV I DCME IT- BUT I CAN'T Junior «TBI ma f ~M» 8«Wc' Jwattm (.'tern C Of C Sponsors Fat Barrow Show Foycftovill* FFA Members Exhibit Twtnty-On* Borrow* Sponsoring the First Annual rat Barrow Show and Sale of the Ozark FFA Federation: April II, 1 at the Washington County Sale Barn, was the Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce. Exhibitors from the Fayetteville FFA. were Joe Salsbury, George Gray; Wade Bale, Phillip Smith, Jack Washburn, and Gene Washburn. They exhibited 21 barrows with a gross weight of 4335 Ibs'. which brought To You From Amos While prowling around the! journalism department, I, Amos ran.across a letter from Mr. W. J. Lemke concerning a polio pledge I decided to investigate and here's the pledge I found. I will remember to: Associate with my usual companions, . Teach my family.and myself to scrub their hands before, eating. 'Never use anybody else's towels, wash cloths, or eating utensils Follow my doctor's advice. Watch for signs of polio--headache, fever, sore throat, upset » gross income of $1049'9l"to"tne! stomach . tenderness and stiffness ·'ayetleville FFA Chapter, and of neck and back 584.38 in prize awards, 19,480 freer, Hudgens, Reed To AH5PA Meet pounds was the entire weight of all entries which totaled S4472.36. Fayetteville members who were n charge of the show are: record- ng awards; Phillip Mhoon. /i m Johnson, and Neil Ingels; assist- ng in the shov.- ring- Leor.j.rd Fredrick, Billy Charles Phillips 'arold Byrd, Harold Byrd, Marion Tohnson, and Lawrence Roberts Calling classes; Phillip Mhoon. The Grand Champion and Pen of Three was won by Jack'Wash- urn who exhibited P o l a n d Chinas. The entry weighed 22( Ibs. alive and 192 Ibs. dressed in shippers style with a carcass yield of 85.3 per cent which Is unsusal- ly high for any breed. Principal Mrs. Bunn Bell, bid 21 cents per pound to purchase a 200 Ib. barrow, grown and exhibited by George Gray. All facilities were provided for the show and . sale b.v the 'Washington County Call my doctor at once when Stirring Drami Presented In Latin Week Activities The Latin class presented an- olher chapter in the stirring drama of Camilla Marcclla Olivia, Tuesday morning in the annual Latin Week convocation. For a number of years the adventures of Camilla have been presented scriallv b.v signs occur, I will not:.. Mingle in c r o w d s or with strangers. Lot myself or my family become fatigued or chilled. Leave my community without good cause. If polio should home, ] would: strike my . Have confidence in my doctor, knowing there is a better than even chance for recovery. Call my local chapter of the National Foundation of Infantile Paralysis immediately for information or help. Remember that financial help for polio care will, be given through the'chapter. There you are, folks. That's all I could find, but I know where you can Ret more information. Just write the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, 120 Broadway, New York 5, New York. Bee seeing you! 1 William A. Myers Named Outstanding Science Pupil William A. Myers has been selected as one of the winners of the First Annual Arkansas Science Talent Search. As a result of his showing in this Search, he "1 be recommended to College JUNIOR TIMES To Compete In School Stction Division r-i . _ .__ The Arkansas High School Press elected ror 52' Assodation wil1 hoid ls annua) meet at Arkansas State Teachers Cheer Leaders Val Ann Watson, Bet'.y Sisemore, and Jo Beth Phillips were elected cheerleaders by the student body, April 17. T'IC three were selected after three weeks of preparation. Thirteen girls met with the old cheerleaders in the gym for the f i r s t practice, March 31. Only eight were present for the second . , practice, April 7. ThOLe eight girls f r a p h to went before a 'student-faculty ,,',. a ."fJf. committee composed of representatives from the 26 Club, , eppers and Student Council on April 10. This committee nominated the six girls who appeared in convocation, April 16. They were Shirle · Boles, Virginia Hammond. Jo Beth Phil;, Mary Roberts, Betty Sisemore, and Val Ann Watson; The three new members lake places vacated by departing s nior cheerleades, Peggy Brooks and Martha Ann Mayes. As a last appearance before the student body, the '51-'52 girls led the group in "Yea Fayetteville Yea Bulldogs." College in Conway, April 25 and 26. Delegates from FHS are Margaret Hudgens, -Donna Jo Greer, story opened this year she was being tortured to force her to reveal her secret. One new addition this year was a quiz program called, "You Can't Take It With You." The prize was a two-day vacation on beautiful Lake Geneva. A regular feature of the program is the news commentary entitled War-front Home- front. Other highlights of Latin Week will be a party after school Thur«- mittees throughoul the nation. William will present a paper on SIMPLIFIED PRODUCTION 'OF NITROGLYCERINE AND DYNAMITE before the joint meeting of the Arkansas Academy of Science and the Arkansas Junior Academy, April 26, in Joneiboro. William is YK».prciUSft of the Arkansas JtdHV tftfy o( Science. day afternoon and inventions In class Friday. As We See Seniors -- Wonde PATRICIA "·EIBLEMAN, from room 20, with irown hair and brown eyes. Her friends gave us some information her that might seryc identification. Her favorite color is jlue and her favorite songs are 'Me Go Where You Go, Amigo' and "You'll fever Walk Alone. They say her favorite teacher is Smith and her favorite subject is dramatics. Her pet peeve s conceited people, and among her ikes, we find boys and dancing ·Corky" plans,- after graduation attend the University of Arkansas, and then, perhaps, marriage. In FHS she has been a member of the Sophomore Guides, Peppers, Flag Team, F. H. A. and rin" 'Round "CORKY' abilities, Ray was All-State Thespian Society. Strayed: RUSSELL McCON- N5LL, from room 31. It is rumored that he may be headed toward room 20. Be on the lookout for this 6', blue-eyed bas!:ctball forward. "Winnie Woo" says his likes are the song "Guilty," law class, color heliotrope, a n d snooker. His pet-peeves are Spanish-speaking girls and studying. who- also quarter-backed on this year's football team and .- tended Boys' State, ' plans to attend a university, but he doesn't have a particular one in mind right now. Stolen: Home room -5 is desperately searching for red-headed RAY BOB BARNES, who has mysteriously disappeared. Although primarily known for his golfing in basketball this year and has also played football. for FHS, and attended Boys' State. His favorite colors are purple and white whii his other likes include the son "Be My Life's Companion," Mis Karncs, trigonometry, and daugh ters of radio station 'Manager His dislike is bad sportsmanshi in snooker and golf. P.ay has sai he plans to enter the Navy Force after graduation but unles he is found soon, he will be unabl to carry oct any of his plans. Sev eral clues have been uncovere and a suspect from room 37 i being questioned. Found: This . morning a blonc chartreuse-eyed senior, who gav his name as MAX LELAN POW ERS, was turned into our Los and Found Department. We found him quite interesting. His fav orite color is black, his favorite song is "Diane," and he continually refers to himself as tin 'Kansas City Kid," (a title which w h i 1 ". Max who hasn't missed a day in his Four years at Fayetteville High was a captain of the 'SI -'52 foot- jail team, and has been in the '26" Club, Key Club Sophomore Guides, on the (rack team, student manager in basketball, and attended Boys' State. His owner an call at our office any lime be- wecn 9 and 9 to claim him 'ositive proof of ownership must )e given. remains unexplained) mumbling "Fae, Fae LAUGH TIME "I'llke It. Why did you have to show it to me to won: 11 Delegates To Girls'State Selected By Civic Groups Students to attend the 1F52-ses- sion of Arkansas Girls Slate, in L";tle Rock, June 7-14, have been seleced by local civic groups. Every year each civic club sponsors one girl. Those chosen this year are: Patsy Anderson, American Legion Auxiliary; Elizabeth Bridcnstine, Womans Civic. Club; Nancy Chamblcc, Business a n d Professional W o m e n ; Carolyn ~unlap, Rotary Cluo; 'Merna Roo- erlson, Kiwanis; Nancy Skellon, Exchange Club; and Caroline Stevenson, Lions CIu'j. Girls' Slate is sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary. The purpose of Girls' Stale is to give students actual experience in good government and good citizenship. Local Teachers To Attend Business Education Day The first Business Education Day in Fayetteville will take place Wednesday, April 23. The Fay- ettevilie S c h o o l s , University Training School and St. Joseph's Catholic School will be represented by the teachers. From Fayetteville High the following teachers wi.'l go to v be different places of business. Craven? and Company--Miss Ecr- nice Karncf; First National Bank --Miss Ruth Boggs and Mr.-. Wilbur N. Bergeron: Northwest Arkansas Times--Mrs. Herman Eason and Mrs. F. E. Mitchell; Coca-Cob Bottling Company -- Mrs. Bun.-. Bell; Ul.Ity and Company--Jlirs Vdma Hall; Southwestern Gas and Electric C o m p a n y -- Mr. George Freeze and Mr. "Francis Gwaltney; Arkansas Western Gas C o m p a n y -- M r . Glenn Stoken- berry; Lewis Brothers Company --Mrs. John I. Smith; Campbell and Bell--Mrs. Ava Gray; C. A. Swanson and Sons -- Mr. Cecil Myers; Southwestern Bell Telephone Company--Mr. H. W. Willis; Shipley Baking Company- Mrs. Maude Blondeau; Cy Carney Appliance Company--Mrs. Chester Dixon; Stump Furniture Company --Mrs. G. C. Ellis; McClinton x Bros. Construction Company--Mr. William I. Bray, Mr. William Duncan, and Mr. James R. Skillern; Arkansas Western Gas Company --Mr. Harry Vandergriff; Cham- »r of. Commerce--Mrs. Mabel Rhodes; Bear "Brand Hosiery-Mrs. Charles Cargill. Eason. The JUNIOR TIMES is entered in six divisions of the'school jections class. . The Administration ' Building '··i!! house exhibits featuring high jchool newspapers, "From Photo- Printed Page" by the Gazette, "Variations in Make-Up" by the 'Arkansas State Teachers College paper; '"Photography for Print" by M .'Paul ·: Faris of Hendrix College faculty. - fDd dark room tours directed by Wilmer Counts. . . . ·'.;. A banquet is scheduled for. Friday night with Miss Roberta GiSy presiding. Dr. Nole.i M.. Irby, president, Arkansas State Teachers College, will, give the welcoming address. The main address will be made by Mr. Carroll McGaughey, associate editor of the Arkansas Gazette. Mrs. W. J. Lemke will make the announcement of the Editor of the Year, Saturday .'morning the main highlight will be a discussion on "Student. Newspaper Problems" with .Terrene McCurdy presiding. This discussion will include news coverage and news writing, editorials, features, columns, sports reporting and editing, advertising, and cartoons. The discussion will Le followed y a business session with Mr, .»mke in charge. "Living Newspaper"--Mrs. Edith .Shannon and Mrs. Leoda Evans, i-o-chairman and the announce- · .nent of awards by Mr.-Lemke will be the main features of the Saturday luncheon. Bulldog Waggins The Key Club held its annual spring formal Fridaj-' night" in the Soot Gym. Buddy Hayes played for the dance. Word has been received from tfancy Kochevar, former student of FHS, that she is now in Japan. In her last letter she gave an interesting account of her sch'oo! and of her new friends. She said that Japan is fine, but nothing compared to the good ole USA. Mr. Gwaltney had four additions to his first period English class last week when he exploded with "fold your papers and hand them in." So some bright, journalism students, who were astounded at the velocity of his voice decided to do what he said. The Play Day committee has been chosen and will begin work, as soon as possible. Those on the committee are Larry Head, Martha Brockway, Max Powers, George Robert Cole, Sug Cafe and Gayle Jones, La Joyce Smith, Alan Adams, Mjss Boggs, Coach Stok- enberry, Miss Wilson, and Mrs. Bell. If you have any suggestions for the improvement tf Play Day, which will be May 9, please submit -them to the committee. School will le dismissed tomorrow for Business Education Day. If some day a study hall window is shattered into small 'simulated diamonds, it just means that romeone from the boys' physical ed. class has hit a homer--through the glass. Peppers Day is April 30th. New members, officers, and flag team will be announced in convocation. King Pep will also be announced. Senior play tickets -.vent on sale yesterday. They may be purchased from many of the seniors. The play "George Washington Slept Here," will be presented April 29, under direction of Mr. F. I. Gwaltney. Believe/* orAbt/ MS PMTOU.EB HIS HAT KKtVEAM ·WWW MKHTtfff

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