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May 13, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 14

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14"--MO»THWtST ARKANSAS TIMIS. F«yM*vlN«, , wait At Junior aintrs ivu ma Delegates Selected In All Homerooms Ames's View Of Play Day In the election unit currently being sponsored in Fayetteville High School by the American a n n u a l 1'Iay Day at Harmon Play- H a p p y slutlmui . Plenty of zest, a n d rlcar s k i M bc|!an lnf lhird SC Representatives Elected For '53 --,-.-. ------- -., . Government ClasE. each homeroom i field. I, Amos, took my raincoat ' which met Thursday, and - . ·ted two delegates lo the National ' ..,, ,,, ln ll » ''«' event, ping-pong. Convention and ihrec delegates to Dick .Smith and Colleen Stock- the Slate Convention. The SU,^ 'burger, both purples, won. Carole r- !.... -, e t . S i e n h e n g ' s leam won for the Convention Conservative Monday and selected twu d n l n - ! whiles in volley ball and Warren Mtet. at large for the National Burdmc's team for the purples as Convention, and nominations were ; the M'mcs started coming in. made for each of the State offices, i When the whistle blew at noon I M W including the eight presidential! someone almosi steppeo on me in i ^h Your Preesnce Is Requested "The 1852 Senior Class of Fay- ettevllle High School requests the honor of your presence at. the first . senior activity, the senior class day program, May. 14." "I'omii and Circumstance" will make an early appearance as certain seniors receive their diploma* in a special graduation exercise'. These stu-, dents will be graduated rarly in '· ,. recognition of their special abil- ,, r '° rRC ' itie« and a l t i t u d e s . Hillon. Doug but The Liberal party selected one ·'''""" "' ""d 'f 1 ' mi rid e on h i s . uilllll| ana delegate to represent eaih home .shoulder to Ihe lunch counter. Mr. i members of room, at the State Convention. .Willis and Ihe hand presented a j wort j s to tn Tl)Me who w a n t e d , nominations t o . ronm 'l d u r i n g lunch hour. I cn-L, v j O i j ^ either the National Liberal Cnn-!J". vwl "Prairie Jump" more t h a n ! ijihjccnt am e program w i l l include num- Mm. Ellii rUlievM Election One Of Major Important* Student Council election in the! , history of the Fayetteville High ! i School Student Council", said Mrs.' O. C. Ellis, sponsor, referring t o i the election of representatives and ! alternates for next fall. The work: of the !flS2 Stale SC Convention will fall on the '52-'5.1 council. New members and alternates include Leon McClelland, Harlan Head, room 10; Sandra Noll, room I I ; Amanda ,, Douglas, room 18' nicharrt Burasco. Iris Taylor, Lar- America In Peril Because Of Sacrifices Of Principle For Expediency, Women's Club Officer Says At Annual Meeting and Tennessee support the "only! Last year Philadelphia and hospital in the world not con- i Houston put new multi-million nected with veterans service where underprivileged erippled adults can go to obtain health " dollar piers into service. Used by thousand! in reducing Jlets--Junge'« Roman Meal br«»d. 11-19-tf ·«- H* "«' n i l ' w i n j i i r i U M t ; riUITl- ' r- -.·"'» i ijtit by Ihe senior members of t h e , ' ? ' '' TM n m 2 1 = Chnrlotle An' song by the senior! dAe TM n '- Bl11 Carmichael, room " u« r*;..]..' f i «r-i_ · «nita vention or membership hn ' the ' t h r i ft ihnrs hr»cau*o il reminded me j ' O f , " "' me vcimui) ui meniorrsnip nn the ' "HUN .· urtnuM: ii ii'iimiura me j O f "D££n Pufolp" 6tite Liberal Committee spokr i n ! o f P°P convocation. I clapped m y ! Members of the ehs the gym at noon during (hr week. ! hands, too, but nn onr? hoard me j a « i n f f in \i it . , nj%ria " Tft«:8U.*| Liberal Commitlec met ' ^cepl Hcnrotti. Hcnrelti is m y ' · 5 · P Monday to select deloffales to the,' c o u s ' n Irr 'ni up North. She may N«trtnal f^nm'nntlnn nMr.u .-._* ' mm** harlt n o v l vitar V Q M C * eha particip- T*.*,., Liberarcoi^ttee-n^-epl Henrctti. ^Hcnrc,,, is" my ! helvelyn-'Le^'lmie^ ,,",!!'. Diana Wray, .1. C. Norris, Harry Hamilton, Barry, Anne Whitfield, Gilbert A'rnolri. Tom Branigan. Peggy Brooks, Kennelh Crudup. William Myers, Bill Cun- Natfooal Convention, which met .'come back next year 'cause today. | liked Play Day so much Appointments can M i l l be made I'urpien Win to apeak in the gym ai noon, if nud* by 11:30 through Coach Glenn oiokenberr.v. students seek- I she A f l e i noon final results mount- ing any office should make an ap- pointm.m to speak at this time. Sharps -·-·Of FHS Band HOCKS and Ihe 26 Club sold more cold drinks, and the students played harder. Delora Wilkinson's team and Eddie Short's team won At-i/-J C l ^ i f f - ! lhp fio " lal1 f n r 1^ purples; La/ \ l IU I I U l o | V i n i a L e e anrt M a c McArthur w o n the archery championships for the whites; Dcena Mae Cowan and Charles Bogan, both whites, won r: if» r 9 i-»n.,.ni. u i u u . , l n p horseshoes match; Bill Park- B. Th a'emer C ,ar ' t h ^ p tiemfa "'' ""?' «"*«**·». «TM for the Veteran's Hospital with a con-'.I y^*^ Ma^ Lu"'^^ B °won n i n g h n m , Joe Rirhardson, Rosalie Bent. F.velyn Schlcchl, Barbara Shorey, Barbara Johnson, Mary Teter, and Bass Trumbo. Proofs Arrive; In Peace «rt,-1W 07 8. The numbers played included Vavannf," "Dry Bones" . .The .Barri prrscnied an Informal Widctrt for (he nnmia] Play Day, M*y ». The uniforms ranged from white coveralls to chartreuse ped al pusherj. ''It's here! It came!" Yes, t h a t exasperating yearbook f l n a l y came hack for proof-reading last Tuesday, and the staffs work is all Sloan, Shirley WMtehead' I room 23; Patty Pyeatt, Mary I Stiles, room 24; Stuart Thomas, ! Malt Holtzen, room 26; Shirley Slanberry, Bobby Dickson. room 27; Carolyn Dunlavy, Norman Powers, room 29; Donald Duncan, Charlene Higgcns, room 30; Clay- vena Duvall, Marlene Combs Ray room 37; Billic Sue Edwards, Jirri- I Kennan, Dixie Peevy, activity room. Bill Parker, president of the '51'52 council, attended the meeting of the Chamber of Commerce to ask t h a t the date of the 1952 convention he put on the C of C's calendar anti ask the supoprl of all city organizations in making this the best convention of the AASC. Some Like Play; Like Russia does not have to go lo j t h e Socialists and Communists are wir.""'i . ,f ,H"" cd States to I su.b'ly Planting distrust in t h e : w i n , she told delegates to the 61st I m " ld -' i "f the youth of this country ' annual meeting of the General -TM they are beinjr carried a w a v Federa ,on of Women's Clubs, "if from the virtues of integrity and we fail to bestir ourselves, Rus- "»" upon which this nation was sia can win victory from our own founded." apathy. | , "Russians used Rumanians to lake Rumania; Bulgarians to take Bulgaria, and she took Poland with Poles. If Russia takes America, she will take it with Amcri- IS^ = r^ = A = COOL = TWi» U A R K f f i 2 cans." Mrs. Ahlgren, Whiting, Ind i federation vice president urged urge that more accent be placed on th " e teaching of. Americanism ,rom kindergarten through college curricula. She is unopposed for "-presidency in the eleclion to held later this week. "The training school for democracy is m the public schools," she rom be so like to see the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution framed and hung in every Crippled Adults Helped Through Rotary Support Hot Springs, Ark.-W)-Rntarians Irom 31 West and South Arkansas: clubs were told yesterday they helped re-activate some 6,6(10 un dcrprlvilegerl crippled adults a hospital in Memphis. Ln Gldrien of Tunica, Miss., said tarians of Arkansas, Mississipp 1 Dl A I ""·*' " i|1 ' ""-" ni*i 11; andCa r ynS,evensor;n,rpi::;fc; u ^^^ iTnHo'ad a'nd Tarn Tramml i prr " 1 '' readin ' ! was ' u-nti fnr th'n - h i t · T n ' ^ i et ^'^ nr . typist, and o \ \ o n j o i t n c w n n e s . i om oanowich I ^,f ( h n ». AQ ^K««U -, and Sharon Hise won tennis championships for the purples. These . made a total of; purple-90; .., hi ,.. 71 u "" os "· Henrelti and I to thank La Joyce Patrick Smith substl- tutcd in t*^ Gscbaie parade. May 2 for. (',rrai-majorette, Margariit Hudi-ns. Margaret had been sick en* was still convalescing. [ everybody responsible for such a I successful Play Day and especially Miss Karnes for carrying us to to sentative from the Semen Color By SVLV1A VANDERSUCE Everyone's going to be busy this . summer, in one way or another, j I Mrs. Chester Dixon is going to; Emery College and lake courses in .' Library Science. . . Miss Velma I REMODEL -- REPAIR CLEAN UP _ PAINT UP NO MONEY DOWN Up lo 38 Month! lo Htpay DYKE LUMBER CO. Mil SL Charl« DIXIt RADIO r 'UVUCKMITN r 4iDKKStN"PH.I24) Press marie a special trip from j "'"; a s n n r t l r 'P ln Chicago. Oklahoma City lo bring the year hook. The proof-readers were husv Ga.ric Jones, to Florida . . . E d d i e i Riordan, New York City. Mr. Gwaltney, U. of A. for · ' lnc l' la ' flold ' Eaa^uirTvTn Br Gilbcrt^\rnold K TMny DiSplfljf Id Hobbf ClSB The second year FHA girls are painting figurines In oil over shellac and burnt umber. Some of the figurines were displayed last week in Ihe PTA hobby rase. Two Siamese figures were paint- , , GH«, and Da\'id Newhjrn, have played for the Lions Club luncheon, Ute PTA Minstrel. Ihe Veteran's oHspital, and the boys' convocation. "Jud, you're flat," sairi Mr. Wil, , . - se gures were p a n ., ctor ' m hand rehearsal. | ed h ' Anne Whitfield and Martha " ' "Oh." said .lud, "That's easily explained." He thrn reached in Ihe bell of his bass horn and pulled fprth his music folio, a polishing rag, -ond one glove. Harvey. Sue Hilchie, Marcia Veak, and Elizabeth King painted three rotifth anrt tough cowboyi. Three young maidens of spring were painted by Nancy Chamblee. Wanda Terry and Mrs. Bowen. Wllda tor senior band members, c n n - j G a n n displayed "Oswald, the i L. \. j vocation. May 14. will be the last I Rabbit" while Joyce Ann Oshurn I "' , ' d m time they will appear before the painted a small barefoot hov in . ! ? lrls . Bave - -- Kturliinic r,f rue TI,« r _«;-- ...M,! ,... , , _ . _ , . ,-- · " " | Do.vs nave no talent, no handsome- . . . checking through the pages when I Drama Workshop and English. " ..... -...-.--. ..... I - . It was suddenly found t h a t page 4(1 was missing..A frantic search followed and it was finally discovered mixed up w i t h another paire. The proof-readers found to their surprise'that several seniors had changed their names, but it was soon discovered that the pictures had been placed under the wrong names. Other than those few errors the yearbook is shaping up, and, it may be finished in time for the yearbook party May 16. Aspiring Male Musicians Present Original Program Joe Richardson, master of ccre- , - nonies at the boy's convocation, , M "y "' ' d , words after « tt * m «' n '. "the students of FHS. The seniors pl«y "Pomp and Cirnimsl Jor the program. Also thej !uc hlankel. "The orange woman' . nd two children going hiking .·ere displayed by Mrs. Ava Gray. . ye y rs va ray play a short concert preceding and , l-'ave Drain and Pat nrewer paint- after the program ed Iwn slately ladies. Ae We See Seniors -- Go'* On Review MARCIA VEAK. who came from I class is music and for hobbies she Onawa, Iowa, last Cadillac convertibles boy« who are slurk-up. Marrif. has blond hair, is 5 feet seven in- ch«« tall, and has blue eyes: she i ii can no longer be rccoonized by 11,; those long dagger-like f ness, and no intelligence." Some students may believe Joe's statement, but it seems, if the boys want to show off, they really know how. Hay Giles player! "Maple Leaf Rag" and encored with » comedy version of "Malaguena", ending with "Casey .Tones" "Bermuda" wss prewnied by .1. c. Norris ' · " "iw'un-B nltr ] ,i..|c tll'*".t.i-ri hi' 1 f K --^ IXteKWi-KE ^£«"Si . lion she nlans in ,,,,!., D...I dx 'rumoo, w u n tins Mr. Vandergriff and Mr. Stoken- bcrry, Harmon Playfield. . . Mr. Bray, "I wish ah' knew". . . Lois Mitchell, work on Grand Assembly for the beginning of the summer and rest up /rom Grand Assembly for the rest of the sum- ' mcr. . . Jeanine Dean, "hunting" i . . . Ross Busby, work in Watson's | Mortuary. . . Nancy Vanderslice, play around. . . Helen Campbell, camp and travel. . . Barbar Shcrey, moving her family around. . . As for me, I'm going to go to sleep and wake up too late to go to go to school next fall. Golfers Barnes, Poisall Are Class A Champions Ray Bob Barnes and Ellis Poisall captured the Class A medal for Fayetleville High in the high school golf championship rounds, Ma.v 9. Ray posted a 157 total and F.llis a Ifi7 tn frivc the Bulldog boys a 314 score. The red-head All-Slate basketball player not only teamed with Ellis to win the team championship, hut his tallies of 75-72 earned him the Class A medal and the day's best card at the Riverdale Country Club site. El Dorado golfers claimed the 3ig Six golf championship, with PRICES ARE BORN HERE AND RAISED ELSEWHERE Open Each Evening 'Til 9 HILTON BROS. DRIVE-IN FURNITURE Tonite 7:45-9-4 ass-!# Pony )f Miniature Rides Golf Monkey Village PALACE --HOW--TOP HORROR SHOWS TONITE DRACULA'S DAUGHTER ONLY AND HOUSE OF FRANKENSTEIN WEDNESDAY THE SCREEN'S CLASSIC OF TERROR "PHANTOM OF THE OPERA" Color by TECHNICOLOR Terrifying!!/ Thrilling! THI MHMM1 wiUi . LOM CHANEY 1 DICK FORAN ELYSE KNOX., fc SEE THE STARS ON THE SQUARE THURSDAY, 1 P.M. lion she plans to enter Business College at t h e U. of A. KONA MILLER, five feet two hes. e eyes has a and likes people. i hair !ood sense of hu- for is guitar. Hot Springs winning the .singles i Poisall in Tennis and Little Rock High ; School winning the doubles. Jones- music boro captured the tennis singles Q ·-··on-' 1-n.t n t i S i i u * I U mor a n H I H O C lionnln HT * that were fun to watch in tvpint. ! Two" i" h e - favS ., ' For eating fun Marcia likes fried : ,, TM r j ' f ' , "1 " B "" d h chicken and potato salad anri ( ,r Cl - ' w "nP.vs a chicken and potato salad anri | ( ,r w a y s ) ' aml usin ' mus . ml Gilbcrl A T" lri («"t sic ^ »'». »?* "Com, , i i h i, . and : rades" in a trumpet trio turning the _.,,.., ,....._,, nnn iiOUI. Rc3CHnjr his i n u h i c I uvji \j L d j j i u i fii nit; icnnis singles backwards, Ross Busby, with Jim- and Stuttgart the doubles in the my Stubblefield (who reads his'"'-- · music Jrom the middle going both Graduate Hi-Lights Kona's favorite" cia^s i "T" '" " "TT ' n °' A W1tT frnm the ri TM" " '"' TMTM^^^;^^^ ^^^r^^^^^l^^^.^^ .bcin« made Wasson and Jean Ann Stewart. A letter from the University of Illinois slated t h a t Joanne O'Kelly Ferguson, English major, received college honors, highest honors Siven. . S h e dislikes Knglish work-! lj'ke; and° hamh!^^'' W h a t , shc i s " llivln » ntl """ Kemp, clarinets; -J and hoy« who like sl lm K i,-i s .' h e r ' a p p e t i t e H f ."PPTM' to I gave the audience a sinking feel- Barbara has light brown hair and : "Kiss to n n i l r i n '"''"' SnnK is i n K by P' a - vin « " Gfi Lost." Their dark brmvn eyes Her f a v o r i t e ! h e r ' f a v o r i l e cVIri i c m °" · and Presence was reaffirmed hv the =r_-.-==^_^!?l%l212[!|£^ri 7 is^w^^ We . r(V · Hcrpn . 1 , ! *«" «··« obse Bentonville, Rogers LfOnS Meet Together i v u i e u o n s Club members ' " " il "" : "" n rmcKen dinnrr. C, ^ Benlonvillc - (Special) - i.adie« · their wives met with the Rogers j Bryan M o r l n n °' Rogers was in ^^,^^ITI^l^LJ ·- ;T ^ : =-- ·----. ----------T^.-^.-----------_^. i charge of barbecuing the chicken I and J. R. Craig, Jr.. of Bcnton- · ville made the coffee. Non-Suit Taken In WHO FIXES RADIOS? Been Serving You 20 Years SMITH RADIO SHOP I Following the supper, chicken necks, livers, and giwards were ( sold at auction to the highest bid; ders by the Rogers club. The evc- | ning was spent informally. Musk oxen produce wool as well as beef SHORTEST Rentonville-(Kpecian-A $5.0(10 j damage suii ag,iinst the Arkansas j Western Gas Company charging · negligence ended in a non-suit at 1 3:30 p. m. yesterday after the jury had been chosen and three hours of testimony heard. The p l a i n t i f f s . Jessie Morris and Jewel Morris, his wife, sought f.VOOO from the gas company for alleged damages resulting from a fire in their home November 17 l!Mn. In their complaint they charged t h a t the damage to theii home was i-.iusod hy neglect ol the defendant. C R O W N C O A C H r. loimiE ROCK-MEMPHIS Go ir th» weath«r-condilioned comfort of o Crown Super Cooch-ov.r lh. all-pavtd «eenic route (9 Llttlt Rock. 7 convenient ich«dul«i daily lo «rvt you. Comt in or call for tchedulm ond information ,« . . ,, UNION IUS D ^OT 101 If. Collaf* ph |f SHIP YOUR PACKAGES BY BUS! WHITE SIDEWALL TIRES! Juit Rtctived Some NEW AIR RIDE WHITE WALL TIRES BOB STOUT'S SERVICE STORE 111 NO. COLLEGE PHONE HI ·ngin« In the ' ·"«!"· do' 111 tt ^^ '""I · Stroto-Slor V-8 wilt, fr...^ vol.t, and g,,-,o»l ng Automatic *MW AUTOMATIC RIM CONTROL You can pay mor. ... but you can't buy b.ttor! ABSHIER-BRYAN MOTOR CO .17-21 E.,t Mountain Str-t F.y.^i,,., Ark . BMI ~T

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