Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 21, 1952 · Page 8
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May 21, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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Wednesday, May 21, 1952
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MLme SUPPOSITIONS nwr #« fltraiu suwsei AN'/MWTW SUWWITIONS GIVF TWO DOZEN KXJGHNUT5, , PLEASE IN oral? TO BWMG ] HOME A DOZEN DOLO'NUTfi HAVE TO BUY TWO DOZEN V c -^--^---^ ( I U«NT EACH OF SOU MEN TD GIVE SOUR NAME ADDRESS AND VEAQ OF BIRTH --., NATURALLY DOT VIEW. SINCE THE MEN HAD MASKS ON, MXI VKXJLDtfT RECOGNIZE V. PACES. BUT NGU MIGHT fj REOOGNIZH A VOtCE. I MEANWHILE-- HE HAS BEEN \MAMMA," 1 BADLY HURT. LETS \ THIS GET HIM INTO THE I ISN'T BEDROOM. 2. RIGHT. AND THE NEXT GUV I SEE CASTING GEHVE5 AT THE WACS BARPAOffi WILL GET KP FCR WEEK? ·JACOB ANO JAMES J. HAWKS, EM T OWE CXWM TOTHE STATIOJ. WE r C R - WAMTTOA6K ANV- SOME OJESTIOWS.VWOH6, OFFICER? MPEP owHO'n - -u Biis'^ TO SEVEN 1 / PL*- - or.\y, f NDRED.'/. I HUET) J GUESS U HW. BATTIV, A\ ERAGE. UP , TO_J TWO · ' Edifed ty Th« University High Journalism Club Cardinal's Chirps If You Ask Me... A f i l m on the development of electririty was shown to the physics class during their study of electrical measurements. Thr junior-senior girls' physical, How many times have you be- education class is now in a unit come perfectly, or maybe not so on archery. Tho third year English class is c o n t i n u i n g their study of public speaking. Traveler's Tracks Billy Bnrr was heard to reply to the teacher's request that the Commencimenl \ Activities Announced The University High School commencement is to be held in the Music Hall o( the new Fine Arts center at 10 a. m. ( June 4. Dr. Robert M. Roelf of the College of Education, will be the main speaker. The U. H. S. mixed chorus will sing "From the Land of the Sky Blue Water" by Cadman. Mr. Cross, director of the Training School will present the diplomas. Baccalaureate Planned room be quiet in this manner, The baccalaureate will be held "We can't t a l k across the room ! at the Wiggins Memorial Meth- and be quiet." j odist Church on June 1, at 7:30 - I p. m. The mixed chorus will sing, Teacher: Did you see nny words i.. J( , SU| Son of God" and - D e a r heard some. might have «"" TM her ° ( M «* lnd -" Rev. Arnold Simpson will bring j the message, A unit of Softball has been fin- perfectly, exasperated with someone? People do things that you can see no earthly reason for. A s ) ,1 matter of f a c t , it makes you j u s t ! plain mad. W h a t do you do w h e n ' you're angry with .someone? If you j Dallas: I started to put "yes" j i for that answer, but I put "no." ' I I t h i n k you should give me credit Billy Barr said th? safe to j u m p out ishod by the third and fourth y e a r 1 arc like some people I know. YOU ! dow ^ u '! th * ^ ind ? v \- sl ?^ de r ° rd "round his neck to hold him up. boys physical education class, throw a bonk or mnybc a brick £ They are now t a k i n g up a unit of him. Maybe you issue forth a long tennis. i strine of "cuss words." Possibly · | you rio \vhat some psychologists j c |ptrons. The 11 and 2 o'clock American suggest. You draw an ugly p i c t u r e ] novelty, history classes are now studying of ( h e person who annoyed you j t h e progressive movement under so much. Those violent expressions i the presidents since Theodore may not apply to you. You may i Roosevelt. j say or do nothing to the person! involved. Instead, you lake it out! We heard the physics teacher Junior-Senior Banquet , Plans Almost Complete The junior-senior banquet committee completed most of the plans for the banquet at several meet- something about, positive! ings held this past week. That would be a Ah! Late Again The first year Home EC. class i s . on everyone for the rest of the day ! (or preparing lunches in connection ··-"- J: ; "--- ' with their unit of cooking. W with a sour disposition. 'not "my f a u i t (hat i m ]ate though. If the Class* " ' value whatever. They only serve The second year algebra class )o simv vour ]ack ,,, fc if: contro i attended Honor's Day which w a s , a n d do n o t hing to relieve the sit- May S'.h here at the University. I u a tion. If you can't prevent your- I self from becoming angry with The Home EC I I class is study-; 50meonc vou m j g h t try t n j p | an ing a unit on yard improvement, j ( n a t Abraham Lincoln suggested Few of these methods have anT i teacher of the class .lust before 1 English wouldn't keep me in late, ] could make it on time. 1 saw someone put a tack in my The committee announced that the banquet will be held at the Washington Hotel on the night of June 3 with Mr. Randolph Davenport. supervisor of the science de- parlment of University High, as special speaker. Cliffie McCurley will be mistress of ceremonies. Entertainment at the banquet will include several musical numbers, both instrumental and vocal and also group singing. Plans for a party after the ban- The senior English class is now l a k i n g up a unit on Victorian poetry. The freshman English class ha completed a unit on oral reports. Miss Grider recommends that all students take out a card at the public library so t h n t they can do some reading on the side for book reports. Graduating Senior Boys Attend Rotary Dinner The Rotary Club held a d i n n e r ' help. to get up and move the thing. I get complete as yet. th» eye from the teacher! OhJ Committees planning the ban- well, I'd r a t h e r suffer the results quet are os follows: dinner com- hair- R u t h .xton D. W s ' N e W chair- because she broke my, , h a n q u p t i c l i f f i c sp " _, j i i .u : man . Emma Gilfoy, and Dean Tis- Carved on my desk Is the n a m e ; , , In Library of one of those cute freshmen girls, address included, but -- oh, worse luck -- she doesn't say what her telephone number is. If she has to carve on the table, she could at least carve something in^, ,., ; forming. And besides, it's hard to The library science class of the I writ ,, when vour de5k j s a ii carved University prepared a new d i s ; u p like t h n t ! play for the U. H. S. Library. The j Ths clas _ s is to(1 h a r d anyway! theme of the display is "Summer i I'd j 0 ; n f n c foreign Legion and I PaReant." The display portrays i get away from all this if it weren't f l y i n g birds, two of which are at- j for the fact t h a t you've got to be j y r tached to recommended books. ' a forlorn and forsaken lover be- j nOlllv CCt These books are "Homing Pi- fore you can join. i the teacher ·. !*· rd working 10 The committee for entertainment at the party is headed by Darlienc Stcele and is divided into two sub-committees as follows: games, Dallas Hale, Carolyn Blackwell, and Donna Weathers; refreshments, Georgia Worley, Keith Broccard, and Alice Hass- mussen. geons". by Zim and "The Talc of the Wild Goose," by Kane. Below arc five books in I hope some day the teacher will see that poor ha 5U ' dent5 l i k e me nelrt '" n a v e a for the E r a d u a t i n a senior boys at I fcnr( , f m m a , i n n rnnm ,cted' h y i l i t t l g rest once in a while. noon at Ihe \VashinKton Hotel on paper vines. There are tissue car-! Thursday. May IS. The senior boys na |i ons hy t h e hnok-posts. | n J f*l from both Fayetteville H i K h The hooks recommended a r e DQnU VlQSS School and University Hiph School "Birds ,-md Wild-Flowers N a t u r e . were present. The president of the club. Herbert ''Buck" Lewis, was master of ceremonies. Mr. Lewis is president of First National Hank. Ray Adams made a speech based on four statements by Thomas Jefferson. "I place economy among the first and most important virtues and public debt as the greatest of dangers to be feared. We must, make our selection between economy anrl liberty or profusion and servitude." "Agriculture 1 , man- u f a c t u r i n g , commerce, and navigation--the four pillars of our prosperity, arc the most thriving when left free to i n d i v d u a l enterprise." "Honesty is the first chapter in t h e hook of wisdom." Study," I l f i n s m a n ; ''Flowers o f . Prairie and Woodland," Clements; j "Plants", Zim; "Beginner's G u i d e ) to \Yi!d Flowers," H a u s m a n ; and "Flov/ers, 1 ' Zim and Martin. To Give Concert A brass concert by the University High band class will be given at the Concert Hall in the Fine Arts Building. Friday 23 at 7:30. The music to be played is "Cossack Invocation and Dance." 'Choral in F," "Lone Scout March." "Ivan and Irena," "Choral in B j The annual coffee for University High supervisors, teachers, and guests will be given by the third and fourth year Home EC. class Thursday May K, from 8 t o 10 a. m. The invitations made by the class were cut from material in squares and the information concerning the coffee was written on small pieces of paper and sewed to the material and then folded over. Refreshments to be served with coffee are: snowball, peanut U. Of A. Band Honors Hiflhl Visited \TM-" "America?' "6n'"th"e Moa-! butter, chocolate chip and maca- * ! Hr,nf M^t-r-ii " ··ric.mtv.i W a i t - r " snH roon cookies, and strawberry pie. Honors Day Planned Honors Day for University HUh ,5ld in room 207 in Pea- .Tnhn Art or burn and Henry Kronen burp, members of the U. H. S. band, wont as delegates to the U n i v e r s i t y of Arkansas band Honors Night held A p r i l Ifi at the Unrk Rov/1. The o u t s t a n d i n g seniors of the I dow March," "Doremi Waltz," and "America the Beautiful." Members of the band and their respectve instruments are Don Hahn, Gaylyn Hall, and Billy Bnrr, playing trombone; David Chamberlain, John Arterburn, "\dorc God reverence and cher- University of Arkansas band re- ih vour parents and home, love *»'«» the University of Arkasnas as yourself, and ! blankets. Among the seniors was vour neighbor , country more than yourself.; Bobby Joe Dunn, president of the Be iust be true " Mr. Adams said University of Arkansas band, and that the first thre of these state- practice trai'her of the U. H. S. mpnts have not been followed and | hand, T^ie o u t s t a n d i n g juniors re- that our only hope as a nation is : cciveri jacket?. The nutstandmp . ._ _. the reviving of these three and t h r .sophomores received two stripes ·. apologize for the omission of f h e j The s fourth. We n e e d , and a key; the freshmen, one name of Emma Gilfoy, junior, day wi and Henry kronenberj!, playing; .. Thlir ,j. v May 29 t r u m e t Learthur Fields l a i n bmt} Hal1 ' f s ! ' . trumpet; Learthur Fields playing french horn; Dave Emmo'ns. play baritone; Don B clarinet; and Jar ing bass drums. , .. ,, Members of the National Honor ii i*iiiu n i t i i i , jjiive £ j i i t i i i u u b t piu - j j ing bass horn; Lee Ward, playing! Society will be announced and '·--" "-- larett. playing ' awarded by Mr. Charles Cross. In's Wilson, play-; itiation of journalism students into Quill and Scroll will be made instructor. following of the f o l l o w n g o e o u r . e . , men with honesty, initiatve. and ! stripe. The University High band depcndahlity. This is the only way I plans to have an Honors Night · ' ' ' · - - ii---:--*-- - - - - . - - - - to success and real happiness. beginning next year. Mr. Roger Widder is the class , hy Miss Mary McCutchan. Pres- I c n t a tion of junior degrees in, I home economics will be made by to 1 Mrs. Margaret Thompson. The seniors will hold their class ith the class will, history, and prophecy during this period The Traveler staff wishes frnm the Honor Roll in the last issue of the Traveler. Emma made the required grade of 4. Churches Plan Union Service At Goshen of Decoration Day, the Rev. S. M. Yanrny, pastor of the Methodist Church, ha? announced. At I I a. m. the Rrv. Mr. Fielder, pantor of t)ie Ka?nrene Church. w i l l preach. At noon a basket dinner will be served on the church lawn. A)l friends are invited. The Methodist and Na?arene i Mr. Yancry. retired superin- chiirrVn^ H I Gnshcn will hold a ', trndent nf the Mt. Sequoyah union service Sunday in the Methodist Assembly Grounds, be- Melhodist Church in observance, came pastor of Ihe Goshen church also and be presented with various class honors. ; I OONT MIND THilN 1 \WHATA BABE SHE fOU THM WIID-EYED HllflgMJD/WAS.'M30HOOHOO! HUNTING GAL BACK TUCCt IN POTSHOT GULCH HAP ME WORRIED MOW LOOK, FOOZV. LE'3 NOT HE KTON' ABOUT OUMP1N THAT MAKES ME BREAK OUT IN A COLD SWEAT OIIII5 ME.OOP. I'D kX A PICT...OF UB3TANTIAL PUACE AN' QUIET.' DON'T TAKF TH'OOB, KiD.T-TMAr MOVIE.'STRtLTCAB NAMED PER' SPIBC: waives THOSE THEN AOERS ISJTO A FRtNZV.T- THEVUL TRAMPLf 1OU TO b-MATH.'.' NO. f . r -AH«OTW STAV HERE MAH NAME WERE Ll'LABNCR YOKUM- ITS GOING TO BF. VMUC.NCXT WltK, KlD. r . r -- UOHNNV · WRECK, THE CRYIUG CROONER, IN PVOOHf. HE MAKES MMONS OUTOF 1 EW.'. r - MAH EVE ON \ DOIN' J TH'SHMOZELAWO WA«- BALLROOM, "I'd like some ilcKik In a company thtt'n wllUnf to Uk« a litUc advice one* hi last October. The cburch is cnmpletinj: a modern new parsonage in preparation for a new pastor. The pnrsonaop will be completed in June. The new building and | the church building are debt-free. | Today's Market-St. Louis Livestock N a t i o n a l Stockyards, lll..-(/P)- (USDA) - Ho^s 7.500; uneven;! weights ISO Ibs up mostly 25 hiffh- | er t h a n Tuesday's average; in i stances up 25 or more; 170 Ihs down strong to 50 hiphcr; sows f u l l y 25 higher; bulk choice 1BO- 230 Ibs f u l l width of grade 21.851 22.35; several loads mostly choice| Nos. 1 and 2 under 225 Ibs 22.4050; choice Nos. 1, 2 and 3 240-270 Ibs largely 20.75-21.65; 280-300 Ibs 20.00-50; around 450 Ibs 17.75; 150-170 Ibs 20.50-22.00; 120140 Ibs 18.25-20.25; sows 400 Ibs down 18.15-75; few 19.00; heavier sows mostly 17.00-18.00; stags 14.- 00-lfi.OO; boars 13.00-15.10. Cattle 1.200, calves 700; trading very slow on steers, heifers anci cows; opening sales confined to few small lots good and choice heifers and mixed yearlings at 30.00-33.25; virtually nothing done on steers; very few cows about steady, most bids unevenly lower; bulls 25 higher; utility and com- , mcrrial 2400-26.75; vealers steady l! and activj; good and choice largely 31.nn-36.nO; sorted prime 38.00 ho all interests; utility and commercial vealers 23.00-30.00. Sheep 700; spring lambs fully steady; Rood to prime springers 28.00-31.2S; including one 29-head lot mostly prime at 31.25; not enouph done on old crop lambs to fully establish price trend; earb undertone bearish on lower grades, both clipped and wooled larphs; some pood to choice wooled lambs mostly Rood, 27.50; load utility to Rood No. 2 skins 24.SO; slmiRhter ewes steady; cull to Rood shorn slaiiRhter ewes 7.00-12.00. t 4

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