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TtMK, , (toy WP TOffi UP LArE M FOT TH6N69T-1* AGOOP MAN 1 Â»(Â· !N THE NOT VÂ£T. TWaUS. WE'D BE)IBGROWA WMIUE. DOT Jit* YEAR THE YOUNG LADY'S VERY FONP Of YOU, ISN'T SHE? POOR ' THINS, D1DNT SlEfPAWINK ALL HIGHT. PRETTY, TOO. VMM! IMS KOOM--rr't OtFFMfRT? ac U o o g UNCA DONALD,yOJ\/HUH?..fl BETTER TALK TO /(AWFUL'?. LOUIE...SO.UETHING \\UHATP.' AWFUL'S HAPPENED; . TO HI.U/ r~-i-- Â·rar A WÂ«MT MIH4 fcr~ttÂ» rtntJetfOt Hfc* "School's Out!" For Annual Mayday TtachÂ»rÂ», StudÂ«nh, Amei To Enjoy Food, Fun, flay FHS students, teachers, even Amos, will enjoy a day of fun and play, May 9, as they observe the third annual PLAYDAY. Students will report to home rooms to gel the roll checked, and will then adjourn to Harmon Playfield for a day of fun and play--and sun- bums. Each student is encouraged to S'gn up for one major and one minor sport on the cards in the main hall. A committee will make up the various teams, and each student will become a member of cither the Purple or White,team. Some of the major sport* are softball, touch football, basketball, and volley ball. Minor sports'in- clude tennis, ping pong, badminton, horseshoes, archery, and sack races. Lunches can be ordered from the lunchroom for 27 cents, or they can be brought from home. No student will leave the playfield until dismissal time about 3:30. There will be a concert at noon by the band. The Purple team will have the chance to get the purple flag back on the flag pole this year as the White team is current champion. In the major sports, 11 points are given the winner in each event. Seven points are allotted for each victory in minor sports. At the end of the day the points for each side arc totaled and the winner is announced. The winning side, purple or white, will fly a flag of that color in front ot the gym for the following year. FHS Future Homemikers Frisk, Frolic At Picnic "They took the^ir c*ke and Â»te it loo." Such is the case of the officers of FHA who gave their fourth annual picnic Friday afternoon at the City Park, First year officers, Lavinia Lee, Margaret Myers, Betty Sisemore, Mary Roberts, Billie Sue Edwards, Colleen Stockburger, Mary Jo Davis, and Dclphia Greenwood, were in charge of the picnic with Dortha Burnett serving us food chairman and Sharon Rise as recreation chairman. Softball, tennis, Â«nd other games were played. The faculty, old FHA officers, Stale Degree girls,'and about 70 prospective members attended. New and old officers followed.the tradition of each bringing Â« cake for dessert. Money for the picnic was furnished by. the first-year home economics girls' Hobo Day. They earned about $35.00 doing veriour jobs around town such as biiby-sitting, washing windows, and doing dishes. Mrs. Dixon, Librarian Attends Regional Meet Mrs. Chester Dixon, FHS librarian, attended the Regional meeting of the Arkansas Library Association, May 2. In a forum on "Our Responsibilities As Americans to our Libraries," these points were brought forth. Our responsibility to (1) provide financial support for a library program, (2) provide service lor all citizens regardless of race. (3) provide well trained and efficient personnel, (4) coordinate the work of the various library groups into a progressive state-wide program, and (5) inform our public of our library program. An announcement was made concerning a meeting of librarians and library assistants to establish a state organization of student librarians. Each participating school will send two student librarians and the librarian to the meet next September. Royalty Reigns In Buttdogland . SMWÂ«rt And Arnold El*ct*d TÂ» Sorvo At -Bond Nobility Crowned King and Queen of the Fayetteville High School Band were Gilbert Arnold and. Pearl Stewart at the annual band ban. nuet in the high school cafeteria, May 1. King Arnold and Queen Stewart reigned during the program after their coronation by band director R. W. Willis. Richard Greer, accompanied by John Kane, sang a medley of songs--each time wearing a hat to match the number sung, fol- I lowed by two piano solos by Mr. ' Kane. Fayetteville High's "Dixieland Quartette" played "When the Saints Go Marching In" and "Maple Leaf Rag." The group was composed of drummer Warren Rouse; trumpet, Gilbert Arnold; clarinet, Russel Hawkins; trombone and piano, Ray Giles. "Seeing 5,000 high school band students perform in,one place at one time together," said Mr. E. J. Marty, "was my biggest band thrill." Mr. Marty, University of Arkansas band director, was guest speaker at the banquet. He spoke on his various band experiences --his most thrilling, most disgusting, most satisfying, and most embarrassing. Mr. Virgil Blossom, toastmaster, 'Introduced special guests, among which were fsctulty members, parents of band students, KGRH staff members, and former FHS band students. J/ Wasn't Magic Wasn't that a good set at the senior play ? Of course, but hov/ did it get there? Well, it wasn't magic. It look hours of work to build the.set and do all the things' that made the senior play a good production. Sincere thanks to the director and his assistant, stage manager, prompters, property mistress, and the people who built the set. These people are never seen and seldom thought of when Crudup Crowned King Ftp In Ptiapcrt Day Convotat'on The second annual Peppers Day was celebrated April 30 in a convocation program with Diana Wray, mistress of ceremonies. Escorted by the new president. Virginia Staplelon, K e n n e t h Crudup was crowned King Pep by Martha Brdckway, 1951-52 president. Prince Whoop and Prince Holler, Gilbert Arnold and Davis Duty, were escorted by '52-'53 vice president, Johnnie Faye Mitchell. Honorary memberships were given to Mrs. H. H. Hudgens, Mrs. G. C. Ellis, Marcia Vandergriff, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry. Vandergriff. and Mary Lee Gwaltney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. f. Gwaltney, Anne Thomas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Grover Thomas, was made an honorary cheerleader. Twenty-five new members were elected into the Pep Squad. They are Charlotte Anderson, Patsy Anderson, Jackie Allen, Mary Roberts, Ann Kennan, Jo Beth Phillips, Betty Sisemore, Van Ann Watson, Doris Ann Hughes, Valerie York, Anita Sloan,-Muriel Carter, Virginia Hammond, Shirley Davis, Sandra Noll, Joyce Crider, Billie Sue Edwards, Carolyn Selle, Diane Strickler, .Colleen Stockburger, Mary Lu Wray, Liz Carstaphen/ Mary Ellen. Lee, Sharon Rise, and Kathleen Johnson. They were honored guests at the annual picnic at City Park. The new officers for 1952-53 are . irginia Stapleton, president; Johnnie Faye Mitchell, vice president; Nancy Chamblee, secretary; Nancy Carolyn Skelton, treasurer; Shirley Stanberry, sergeant; and Carolyn Dunlavy, standard bearer. I Virgil Flag team members are Caroline Stevenson. Lavina Lee. Clayvena Duvall, Sondra Morelock, and Marvclyne Rise. the play is running off like clock work, but the play could not have been produced without them. 19 A-Students Lead Honor Roll Nineteen students made a six (homeroom 11 are Judy Albin, Eli?.- Class Heads; 1952 Election Unfit Meek Convention!, Cnucuits, Candidate! To Be Featured . An election unit covering the ;ntirc election process is in progress in FHS, directed by .the'Arher- ican Government Class. Begun in 1936, the unit has been conducted every four years paralleling" the national, state, and local election procedures... . . ' . ; '. The imaginary offices for which the students may run are county judge, sheriff, collector, county clerk, county treasurer;'! county tax collector, county tax assessor, point average the second weeks of the spring term. Among the seniors homeroom 25 leads with three who are Kathcrine I.ussky, Rosalie Bent and Davis Duty. Homerooms 31 and 32 tied with Helen Campbell and LaJoyce Patrick from 31 and Bill Cunningham and Roberta Williams from 32. The leading Junior homeroom is 29, Anne Stiles and Don Lewis being the only juniors in the six point bracket. Sophomore homeroom 11 has three six point students who arc Goldia Brown, Margaret Myers and Lynn Huntinglon.- Homeroom 30 has one six pointer, Mary Lu Wray. Eleanor Ellis, Ramonn Rhodes and Gail Shoptaw from homeroom Ifl lead the way for the freshmen. Homeroom 24 has two with six point, Mary Stiles and Juanita Webb. Willa Charlton is high point student in 26 coutny constable, and circuit clerk. In the state, the offices are governor, lieutenant governor, attorn ney general, secretary of state, state representatives, state senators, circuit judge, prosecuting attorney, and state auditor. National offices will be United States senators, United Staes congressmen and presidential electors.. The platform issues of the con- isnding parties will be. the outstanding issues'in present-day state and national politics. The student body has been divided almost equally into two parlies, the Liberals, and Conservatives, modeled after the lead" ing political parties. Each county, or home room, is to guided through-the election activities by a government class member. This spring the election unit, will be'carried .through the primaries. It started with the payment of poll tax, April 30', and will end with the nominating conventions and primaries May 20. The actual elections'Will be conducted next fall at times corresponding to the national general elections. "Bed Head Brigade" The first In line for the "Red- Head" Brigade is Lynell Smith. Lynell is 5'4", has a sweet, "angelic" face and red hair. Representing room 32, she plans to work this summer and enter' U. of A. this fall. "Red," a member of the Peppers, Treasurer of the National Thespian Society, and former abeth Carstarphen, Frances Cste. I member of FHA, likes to do many Joe McGec, Dennis Masscy, Fred-| things. Sandra Noll, Greg Appearing next Is Herbert die Miller, Payne, Hhonda Rhodes, Mary Roberts, Sherna Will, Paul Bohannan, and Rosemary Henbest. Homeroom 39 has Mary .To Davis, Billie Sue Edwards, Leonard Frederick, Carol Perkins, Betty Sise- inore, and James Snydcr. Homeroom 22 lists Thomas Dockery, Wanda Gaddis, Lois King, Colleen Stockburger, Louis Tragcr, and Susan Melton. From homeroom 30 are Kathleen Johnson, Don Duncan, Carolyn Logue and Shirley Bclote. Homeroom activity lists Virginia Hammond, Jerry Hayes, and Ann Kennan. The Juniors have 34 honor roll students. Homeroom 29 lists Bob Beinc, Carol Carson, Nancy Cham- bleo, Shirley Davis, Carolyn Dunlavy, Davis Hughes, Gene Jones, Suzanne Lancr, Lavinia Lee, Judy McFarland, and Helen Sandlin. Homeroom 23 has Patsy Anderson, 'There are 131 students on the RoÂ» Busby. Buddy Conine Dor- honor roll besides these six point I tha Lower, Joyce Ann Osborn, nonor ro,, Des.ae, uuÂ»u -* -'" M c r n a Robcrts on, Fred Weston, ftmteir^no-nte^s^^ and Shir.cy WhiteheacJ. Home- from thei room 21 has 11 honor roll members. Faith Ellis, Susan Brown, Frances Baker, Janice Hudnens, Paula Morris, Lloyd _Barnhart, Presley Askew, Jr.. Iris Taylor, Wesley Morris, Wilnita Mayes, and Larry Scott. The ten from 26 arc Wallace Crichton. Carol Sue Ci'lr len, Allan Guinn, Matt Holtzen, Karen Kennedy, Jerry Patrick, Janice Phillips, Janis Rogers, Jerry Stewart, and Stuart Thomas, Jr. In homeroom 10 arc nine honor students, Barbara Barrett, Richard Blake, Carmen Coplin, Frances Ellis, Joe Flemming, Harlan Head, Madeline Rose, Marilyn Sharp, and Sue Yoe. Homeroom 24 has five who arc Elaine Berry, Sue Gcarhart, Carol Hirikle, Patty Pycatt, and Marilynn Shipley. From 18 there arc three honor roll members Freddie Elam, Rose Marie Grigsby and Betsy Jones. Twenty-nine sophomore students made the honor roll. From room 37 lists Elizabeth Bridenstine, Marilee Gate, Clayvena Duvall, Lula Belle George, Elizabeth King and Frank Weston! Homeroom 27 lists Alan Adams, Myrle Carter, Decna Mae Cowan, Bob Dickson, Wilda Gann, and Shirley Stanberry. Twenty-nine seniors are on the honor roll, in homeroom 32 are Mildred Bailey, Mildred Bohannan, Donna Jo Greer, Mary Ella Hodges, Louise Mack, Max Powers, Lynell Smith, Sylvia Vanderslice, Anne Whitfield, and Betty Linn. Homeroom 3'1 has Mary Elizabeth Gamble, Barbara. Johnson, Maxine Lierly, William Myers, Jeanctte Richardson, Emma Skelton, and Florence Thomas. Homeroom 25 lists Patricia Ambrose, Margaret Hudgens, Jeannine Dean, Johnic Claterbough, Joe Richardson, and Jamie Cornell. Homeroom 20 -has Martha Brockxvay, Barbara Hall, NormaOrndoff, and Pearl Stewart. ig crop of t chicken, Hodges of room 20, a red head with a coiwagious smile. He spends most. of his spare time on a baseball field. He plans to work this summer and join the Navy in the fall. French fries and cheeseburgers are the favorites of Norma Jean Spillars, another senior red head. Norma Jean is 5'3", blue eyes, and quiel as a mouse (unlil you get to know her). Nprma's likes are typing and driving, -and dislikes "braggers." Sho is a former member of FHA and has worked in the library. Barry Pyeatt, who has a streak of red hair, sleps up. He is a tall boy, all of 5'5" with a big cro freckles. He likes to eat c h i c , spends much of his time in some sort of sport, but he doesn't care for people who gripe. He plans lo .. work this summer but has ho immediate plans for the future. Jusl lo ba different there appears a blond. This small flaxen haired, green eyed, $irl -is 5'4" Barbara Hall. Barbara enjoys Driver's Education, cheeseburgers, and loves the color red. Her pet dislike is "two-faced" people. Barbara's future plans include being a "June Bride" and keeping house. Track Comments "The boys were up against the best track boys in the state," commented Harry Vandcrgriff, coach, speaking of the state track meet in Little Rock, May 3. Larry Trammel ran the high and low hurdles, placing fifth in the low event. Ronald Morris, Alan Adams, Freddy Brooks and , Larry Head ran three relays and placed as follows: second in the 880, fourth in the mile. Ronald Morris placed fourth in the broad jump. Darryl Shipley was elected president al Washington County 4-H Rally Day, May 3. Other officers from FHS include Gene Washburn, vice president,, and Shirley Mhoon. reporter. Kennan, Lois Mitchell, Dorolhy OOfHXJ EH...I KNOW I WOULDN'T HAH/VDUKETO SEE ANYBODY EVEN/ANYTHIN TRY-TO WXE ME I TO OBLIGE, MARRV THAT BIG A MY FRIEND M009CI UXjr.VOU I A-DONE IT, BUT WHEN SHE RUINED M3URLIFEI . , KNOCKED /PU9TEPT1WCHAIRONMY MF* OUt/jf HEAD, I JUST SORTA. LOST CONTROL! Mineral Springs An attendance of 15 members and two guests, including Miss Mar.'? Jano Baker, assistant Home Demonstration agent, was accounted for al the Mineral Springs Home Demonstration meeting held in (he Community Building Friday. Mrs. Hardola Payton, Mrs. Ruth Kcrlcy and Mrs. Bernice Crawford gave the devotion, and Mrs. Alice Malone talked on "Good Grooming." Mrs. Sarah Malone reported on Ihc recent Counly Council meeting, Members voted lo give one dollar cac)i lo Ihc campaign for funds, lo be used in mcetinp: the obli- galions on the 4-H Girls Clubhouse. The money will be lakcn from Ihe sale of the mystery package each month. Â· ' The ladies met last Monday to tack comforts for those in t h e storm-slrickcn area.. Mrs. Homer Jackson gave Ihe tops. Mrs.-Bess Dilon and Mrs. Elizabelh Woolson gave balls, and Mrs. Dyca Darling donaled Ihe linings. Cliff Brinkworlh pave a lamp lo the club lo be auclioncd off. The proceeds will be used in Ihe Rural Improvcmenl Movement. The Rural Improvement Group will meet Saturday evcn'ng for a covered dish supper and business mceling. Mr. and Mrs. Tolberl Mnlone gave a dinner Sunday in honor of their daughter, Tolberta, on her birlhday. Those present other than the honoice were Russell and Billy Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Buckncr and son, Bobby, Jr., of Fayetteville. end with relslivcs here and West Fork. "Waymon Davis and Raymond Tadlock visited Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Davis, Saturday. Thomas Walker of California is visiting friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Malone of Ponca City, Okla,, spent ,hc v/cek- Barbershop Opens In U. A. Student Union The Campus Barbershop, formerly located at 540 Garland, reopened today in the Â· University' Student Union under the management of 0. L. Clalerhaugh. The shop, -with four chairs, tea- lures new and modern equip- - menl. A formnl opening complete with refreshments will be held Thursday from Â·! p. m. lo 8 p. m. T h Â« barbers will be Ed Walker, Leon Martin, and Graylon Gardner. OH, VMM* IN THIS BIG FRISHTfiNIN CITY KIN Mf LI'L WIFE BE?