Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 29, 1952 · Page 12
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 29, 1952
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I BUT IT 3 RAINING DON'T HAVE TO SPRINKL KNOWS THAT RAIN WATER SNT AS V/ET AS A SOAKING ( DARLING.MDU PROMISED (TO 5PPIW.E MV GARDEN _ . ._ TODAY S THE WEAPONS A WELL-WORN MEATCUTTER'G KNIFE.' BEEN AROUND DOWN THERE'S ONLY THE FINGERPRINTS Jl . ALL RIGHT, TRACV. WES UOe THE DPPER, REAL NAME DUDLEY DOORNE. SAMS GONE TCI PICK UP TONSILS. THIS THINGS LOOKING BIGGER EVEPY MINUTE. APTER SOUVE PHOTO GRAPHED THE BOpV-- TAKE A PICTURE Of THE STUFF IN THIS ROOM-THE SOUND EQUIPMENT GOOW WO ONE ME SNEAk , OF COURSE... TOUR FEWR! A SICK MAN! YOU SHOULD K IN BED! CM, WHY MISN'T OOS£ COME WITH THAT SULFA? CAW 1? I HAVE 'NO MONEY! IM VIRTUALLY* TO TAKE MS HEWi-IUil THIS HFS- ANY LONGER. YOU, YUMA, 8UT._ BUT RIGHT NOW I... I'M KINDA WOOZY. CANT THINK STRAIGHT 27th VKA« , Junior ·t ·mi mar JUNIOR TIMES Takes Second Honors Mitchell And Schlttht Plan In Ntwt, Column Dlviiioni The Kayelteville J U N I OH TIMES won second class honors in -the school set-lions division al the Arkansas High School.Press Assodalion, April 25 and 26, at Arkansas Stale Teachers College. Lois Mitchell won first in the news division and Evelyn Schlecht placed first with the Senior Curtain Call in the column division. Mr. Can-oil McGaughey, associate editor of the Arkansas Gazette, spoke on creative journalism at the banquet Friday night. Mr. McGaughey believes that there is unlim'ilcd opporlunity in Arkansas for creative wroters. Arkansas high school newspaper problems were discussed in an open forum Saturday morning with Mr. J. Talheimer, U. of A. journalism instructor, and Edsel Ford, U. of A. senior, as consultants. The discussion included news writing, editorials,: features, columns, sports, and advertising. The Horn of particular interest to the JUNOR TIMES delegates being the gossip column discussion. Following ihe discussion, Conway High School was elccled president of the Association; M o u n t a i n ome, vice-president; and Lake Village, secretary, in the business session. The site of next year's convention was not named. The luncheon Saturday concluded the weekend activiUes. Al that time the awards for the year's work were presented. Also "living newspaper" was presented as ihe feature of the program. It was announced that the news was so hot that it would not be safe to print in ordinary paper style, and therefore it was necessary to read the stories. JUNIOR TIMES editor, Margaret Hudgens, read a news" story satirizing the conduct of certain sponsors who supposedly played tag in the corridors ol the dormitory barefooted at midnight. The slory was wrilten by delegates, Hudgens. Donna Jo Greer, and Nancy Heed. Alfred Taylor To Go To National Meeting "George Washington" To Visit Roof Gym i?4 ' '* TOV $HOJ // I i -Si;-,-.WOO. //' fefe^i/r r~~ Inventive Latin Students Invent Original Inventions Everything- from elaborate can- openers to machines for inventing ,atin inventions was invented b) he imaginative studenls in the three Latin classes of FHS las ''riday. Some of these inventions vill be displayed on the bulletin joard in room 29 this week. Other features of Latin Week were a convocation presented by [he second year students las Tuesday, and 1 a parly Thursda. afternoon a f l e r school. First yea students had charge of game which included "What the Homan Army Needs" and "Vici" (I hfivi conquered) which is really Lalii Binso. Cokes and Miss Hoggs' fa mous cookies were served as re frcshmenls. The main fcalure of the Lat convncallon was this year's chap tcr of the serial entitled "The Ad ventures of Camilla Marcell Livia". Val Ann Watson starre in the title role, that of Camilla Caesar's fourth cousin. Barret Penick played the part of Quintus lover of Camilla. Frederick Mille was the leader of the Gallic bas dits, and L a r r y - H u n t was Fake Felix, a new villain. An adde attraction was the quiz program '·You Can't Take It With You' Rosemary Henbest was mistress o ceremonies and two contestant Goldia Brown and Ivan Hill, failc to win the coveted prize of a Ire trip lo frozen Lake Geneva. Th program was also sprinkled wit humorous advertisements writte by the students themselves, as wa the whole show. Alfred Taylor has been selected as one of two official Arkansas j high school delegates lo tional Democratic and Republican conventions this summer. He, and a student from El Dorado, will represent Arkansas high schools which are participating in the CEP project. Alfred will be an official reporter for the Northwest Arkansas Times, and will have freedom of the convention floor, press box, and radio opportunities. Eugene Henderson was chosen alternate, and will atlend if Alfred Is unable to go. Eugene will go through the same training period in preparation for the trip. The boys were selected by stu- cnt vote with faculty approval. Alfred and Eugene atlended the Arkansas State Republican Con- enlion, April 25 and 26, as a be- inning for Iheir preparation. Prior o the meelings of the national on'ventions, sludenl delegates will eccive a week's (raining in ob- crving and reporting on political icetings. Expenses for the con- cntion trip are lo be paid by the Columbia Broadcasting System. Six members of the government lass will attend an all day dis- ussion in El Dorado, May 5. The lurpose of the meeting is to ex- hange ideas and experiences in onnection wilh the CEP program, 'he government class represcnta- ives will be Martha Brockway, amie Cornell, M a r y E l l a iodges, Jerome Johnson, Norma Kennan, and Jack Washburn. Sponsors will be Mrs. Bunn Bell and Mrs. G. C. Ellis. Alfred and lugene will also accompany Ihe ;roup. In the regular Lay-Committee meeting, April 22, the delegate and llernale announced, and reports if the past month's work were made. TomCarstarphen, Joe Coddington, Harry Hamilton, Mary !lla Hodges, Jerome John-on, and Marcia Veak gave reports. The CEP class plans lo finish up this year's work with an elec- .ion unit, conducted like the na- .ional, slate, and local elections. Students will run for ficiional of- ices on their own platforms, with maginary parties. The election unit will begin this week. Band To Have Na- AnnualBanquet I ui '·V AWRIGHT,«XJ BOOB, AW.NO... \ EASY, DOY... GErOFF TH' FLOOR/I'M NOT I Y'liETTER. AN' 1 \\1LL HUP /GOIN'OUT \ PO LIKE YOU OUT TH 1 ^ ANYDOOk'J HE SAYS... ...THI5 IS A BAD \ PLACE FOR MEW... TH' BIGGER A N 1 ^ STRONGEC.VHYHHY? WOR5E IT IS! X ^ ·ap-*. SO WHAT? T AIN'V MARRYIN' MARION 15 LOOKIN' FOR A HUSBAND, THA'S WHY.' IN MARRYIN 1 HER,! ALL I WANT 15 TO PAEK THAT Blfi AMAZON IN A CORNER SOMEPLACE/ Congratulations to the trac team for a first place win in the The a n n u a l band banquet honoring members, dates, and will be celebrated May .1, as the bandsmen finish a year of public service and band fun. Dinner will be served in the high school cafeteria with Mr Virgil Blossom as loastmaster. Rev. James Buller.will give the invocation. Mr. E. J. Marty, Uni- icrsity of Arkansas band director, Senior Cast To t* Featured For Abandoned Farm Setting " G e o r g e Washington Slept Here"; the annual senior play, is to be presented tonight in the Root Gym at eight o'clock. The play lakes place - i n an abandoned farmhouse somewhere in New England. Newton. Fuller (Ray Giles) buys a house in the country, and the story revolves around Ihe incidents which befall him and his wife, Annabelle, (Hosalie Bent) while making their new home. Their daughter, Madge Fuller, and Steve Eldridge, her will bring the main address with | boyfriend, (played by Martha Mr. Richard Greer and Mr. John j Brockway and Bill Davis) have Kane furnishing .a program of music an-J entertainment. "Dixieland Quartet", a group of band hoys, will play in an original "Dixie" jazz style. Every year a band King and Queen arc crowned at the banquet. The band students elect a boy and a girl who have done the most outside, special service for band. The present reigning King and Queen are Mildren Shaffer and Bob Jenkins. According to Mr. R. W. Willis, the band will appear in the University of Arkansas Gaebale parade, May 2. Bulldog Waggins Convocation this week will feature the announcement of new Pep Squad officers and msmbcrs, and the coronation of King Pep. After school the Peppers will have (he annual picnic at Harmon Play- field. For those who are wondering 'why a l l ' t h e fcslivilies' the answer is that Wednesday is the Pep Squad's second annual Peppers Day. Paymenl for Ihe senior caps and , gowns is lo be paid during Ihis I week. Dues for the boys are $2.50 or $2.75 if they wish to k-ep. Ihe lasscl. For the girls it will be $2.75 or 53.00 to keep the tassel. Student Body To Frolic At Third Annual Playday The entire student body of FHS will come to school Friday morning, May 9, dressed for a day of fun and play. Afler the roll is checked everyone will go to Harmon Playfield. The occasion--the third annual Playday. For the sake of competition, the students rue divided two groups, the purple and the white. Everyone is urged to sign up for one major and one minor sport. A committee will make up the various teams and each studcnl will become a member, of eilher the white or purple team. Some of the major sports are Softball, touch football, basketball, and volley ball. Minor sports include tennis, ping ponfi, bad minton, horseshoes, archery, and sack races. In Ihe major sporls are given sports, eleven Plans are now under way for the Jr.-Sr. Banquet with committees meeting to make the banquet and dance one of the best ever. Stanley Williams is in charge of the plans for the banquet given by Ihe juniors and Jamie Cornell is in charge of the seniors' dance plans. To night is the big night for the Senior play, "George Washington Slept Here." This commenl may be slighlly premalure but the Junior Times staff offers its con- gralulalions lo everyone connected wilh Ihe play for we're sure Ihe play will be a/success and a credit to Hie school. Tickets are 25c for students and 50c for adults and may be obtained at the door. Thai moan you. hear whenever it's time for a Senior English class can be blamed on Ihe facl lhal they're simply delighted to know the grammar work books are on Ihe way! each evenl. Seven poinls are al- lolled for each victory in minor sports. At the end of the day the poinls for each side are lolaled and the winner is announced. The winning side, purple or white, will fly a flag of that color in fronl of the gym for the following .year. Playday will begin about 9:30 and will continue through the day to semi-finals and finals in the afternoon. The lunchroom will pack picnic lunches lor all who want them at the regular lunchroom price of 27 cents. Studenls may pack their own lunch if they prefer but no one can leave the playgrounds anytime during the North west Arkansas Dislricl Track I day. There will be a concert at Meet, May 27. noon by the Band. Smith To Be Speaker At Chapter Banquet Mr. John I. Smith, agriculture the winner in I representative of the First National Bank, will be guest speaker at the Fayelteville FFA Chapter banquet honoring their parents, according to Phillip Mhoon, chapter president. The banquet will be in Ihe high school cafeteria; Following his speech band and chapter farmers will be presented Only second year hoys arc eligible for the chapter farmer's degree The State FFA Convention will be in Magnolia from June 9 to 11. Phillip Mhoon, Billy Charles Phillips, and Louis Trager will represent Fayetteville as candidate for the state degrees. Mr. Cecil Myers, chapter sponsor, will accompany the boys to Magnolia. their ''lips and downs" all through the play. Kalic, the cook, · (Lois Mitchell) Ihrealens to quit because of the circumstances she has .o work in, while Mr. Kimber, the caretaker, ((Brian Miller) doesn't lighten her task. They are bolh good examples of Ihe local-labor problem, as is Hester, the maid, (Fat Ambrose) who is certainly not the cheerful type.' A dispute over the property line /1th their neighbor, Mr. Prcscott, (William Myers) is cleared when Mrs. Douglas, (Liz Gamble) who is president of the,County Historical Society, produces an ,old deed to the Fuller's property. Raymond (Joe Richardson) the bad nephew of the family, comes to live with the Fullers and causes plenty of trouble. Uncle Stanley, (Hugh Kincaid) the rich uncle, comes to visit his Fuller relatives the same weekend that four of Madge's friends come. Anne Whitfield plays Sue Harrington, J. C. Norris, Lcggett Frazer; Norma Kennan, Miss Wilcox; and Gilbert Arnold, Tommy Hughes, who are Madge's friends. Clayton Evans and Hena Leslie (Tommy Branipan and Diana Wray) are two actors from the city who are playing in a summer theatre nearby. Miss Leslie becomes a good friend of Annabelle since they have the same dislike of the country. Frances I. Gwaltney, director, will be assisted by Evelyn Schlechl. stage manager, and Janel Walker, assistast director. LaJoyce Patrick Smith will be properly mistress and Florence Thomas, prompter. Publicity for the play was handled by Barbara Barretl. Susan Brown, Sue Gearhart, Donna Jo Greer, Barbara Hays, Lucy McAllister, J. C. Norris, Nancy Reed, Jennie Rowland, Barbara Shorcy, Joyce Stowe, and Mrs. Herman Eason. Tickets will be sold at the door for 25 and 50 cents with doors opening at seven o'clock. Senior Class President Announces Committees To complete plsr.s for graduation activities, the senior president, Jamie Cornell, has announced Ihe committees for the Junior-Senior banquet and dance, which is May 22, and the Jusior- Senior picnic, which is May 23. Following are the committees: Senior Class Day Committee: Natalie Hays, Margaret Huctgcns, James Hunt, Jerome Johnson, Brian Miller, and Mae Skclton. Gift Committee: LaJoyce Smith, Nancy Reed. Joe Richardson, Marjorie Samples, Sylvia Vasder- slicc, and Jack Washburn. Decorations Committee: P a t Ambrose, Joe Coddington, Donna Jo Greer, Kalhleen Harte, Natalie Hays. Mary Ella Hodges, William Myers, Warren Ra'mey, Nancy Reed, Barbara Shorey, Florence Thomas, and Helen Campbell. Refreshment Committee: Jim Baldwin, Martha Brnckway. May Giles, Louise Mack, J. C. Norris, 'and Evelyn Schlechl. Be sure to sign up for one major and one minor sport for Playday. Poslers for signing will be up in the main hall soon. LAUGH TIME ^JWr. ''SO-AH MIOHT'G " . WCULGOBICKT 1 DAICV MAK, A-j' kMOPKNSTHI AH BIX5IMS JFE -- SI-IK'S WAITIN' FO' ME., HERF. IN TH' tmidM. SUITE, WMAR AH LF.KT HER-THREE. . DAV5, AGO--WHEN A WAL-AH IS JOPELKSSUY MARRIED-- "Could you call btck?... He's bu«y on uoUur lln«." Believe/tortfot/ t*3*2 \ . . . , . . . _ . . _ ^ Son of KM? Edward! 1 OoVie of na-ffjn of England J WEftEfAftRRl£DM'lteAGEOF4/ \ ANHeeD5VeAR$LAT£QA*RKtWttH** . 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