Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 17, 1969 · Page 8
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Fayetteville Host For French Contest Fayetteville High School was host to more than 400 students over the state for the annual French Contest. Jon Siegel (left) placed second in third level French and Nancy Napitr (second from right, tied for third place in the same level. Both are from the host school. Rhonda De Vore of Greenland was among the competitors and Sue Albright, far right, assisted in the activities Saturday. (TIMESphotos by Ken Good) Huntsville Names Honor Students HUNTSVILLE -- The honor roll for the Huntsville J u n i o r High School has been announced by Robert Stewart, principal. Honor students are: Seventh grade: Dixie Andrus, Teresa Calico. Margaret Couch, Randall Counts. Carol D a v i s , Patricia Dillard. Beth Dorsey, Fcbra Faddis. Mary Goyne. Diane Inman. Johnny Ham. Mary Hayes, Judy Lewis. Michael Neal. Dolf Marrs, Cathy Parson. Dortha Perry, Robot Pitts, Jeff Stroud. D e b r a Watkins. Donna Whittemore. Marquita Woodbridge and Paul Zander. E i g h t h grade: J a m e s Bandoen, Debbie Beasley. Vickie B e n n e t t , Glenda Bevins, Mary Bolingcr, Darla Bowen, S t e'p h e n Brannan. Patricia Canion. Jerry Coleman, Jerry Duncan, Steven Elmore, Diane Evans. Jerry Hayes, Kay Hughes. Kent Myers, Randy N e l s o n , John Patrick, Nella Perry, Lynn Rodges. L y n n Smith, Debbie Stanphill and Linda Watson. Ninth grade: Lana Johnson, Donna Peltz. Pamela Robertson, James S a n d e r s , Janice Tice, Diane Walker, Mary Wilson. Marilyn Shipp and Joyce Phillips. TOP TEN Best selling records of t h e week compiled by Nancy Gilbert, based on reports of teenagers themselves Aquarius--Let the Sunshine In, 5th Dimension Hair, Cowsills You've Made Me So V e r y Happy, Blood Sweat Tears Time Of The Season, Zombies Galvestori, Glen Campbell Traces, Classics IV Dizzy, Tommy Roe Atlantis, Donovan Rock Me, Steppenwolf Brother Love's Travelling Salvation Show, Neil Diamond European Trip Scheduled This Summer Margaret Thurman, member of the faculty of Fayetteville Senior High School, will serve as a group advisor for American sudents participating in this summer's World Academy European study and travel programs. Included in the group from this area arc Helen Barrack, daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. D. R. Barrack. Springdale; Terry Little, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Little. Bentonville; M a r y Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .1. Turner Brown. Fayetteville; H e y den H u c k e, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. S. T. Hucke. Fayetteville; and Karen Cnmhs. daughter of Mrs. Mar- gif Combs. Fayettcville. The group will start their 40- day program in Rome after arrival by chartered jet from the U n i t e d " States. They will also visit Switzerland. France. Belgium. Germany. Netherlands, and England. COMBINATION TOUR W o r l d Academy programs combine study, travel, and recreation appropriate to the interest and needs of American Studen!.=;. World Academy, a pri- v f i l e , non-denominational organization basrd in the United States and Europe, is comprised of college and university after successfully the program. The professors, secondary s c h o o l teachers and principals, a n d others interested in education. The Academy believes that foreign study, combined with travel and recreation, contributes importantly to the student's intellectual and personal growth and to better understanding and appreciation of our own coun try. The Academy's American offices are in Cincinnati, 0. Students may receive credit completing curriculum and course content has been designed to assure a sound academic credit-granting program. The group will participate in demic credit-granting program. The group will participate in a balance of activities, carefully planned travel from country- to country, sightseeing excursions, special tours and time for individual interests and recreation. COMPETENT TEACHERS Classes at the foreign campus are taught by competent American and foreign instructors and are generally held in the morning. Afternoon activities supplement formal classroom study and provide a range of cultural experiences, an important ben efit of the Academy program. In addition, participants have the opportunity to enjoy the recreational facilities of their foreign campus and city, a n d to attend cultural events of interest: plays, operas, music and dance festivals, and lectures. Special weekend excursions are offered in each program, F o r t y-day European programs are provided by World Academy in government, history, literature, art, drama, music, and four l a n g u a g e s : French, Spanish, German, and Italian. Participants in the programs come from all over the United States. Each group ad c h a p e r o n e s usually eight to f i f t e e n students. Their p r i m a r y responsibility is the well - being and comfortable adjustment to the foreign cnviornment of each member ol the group while traveling and on campus at their foreign university or cultura' center. On each foreign campus ar experienced headmaster a n c staff ' and from the United States Europe administer the study and travel programs. Al' details of travel and accommo. dations are h a n d I e d by the Academy offices here and in Europe. Interested students s h o u 1 ( contact Miss Thurman, 335 Wes Cleburn, or telephone 442-5039. St. Paul Honor Students Named ST. PAUL -- The honor roll ir St. Paul High School h a s een announced. Students achieving a straight- a v e r a g e are Kent Judy, ighth grade; Danny Kimbali, mth grade; Henrietta Mullen, Ith grade and John Riddle and atsy Mullen, 12th grade. Other honor students arc: Seniors: Vernon Combs. Jese Parsley, Steve Williams, atty Crouch, Lyvonne F e n n, uc Gullcdge, Leah Haffelder, inda Rucnie, Rosalyn Smith, armella Thacker. Juniors: Stan Allison. Bruce Gulledge. Charles Riddle. Ronie Springslon, Karen Gulledge, anelle Petree. Janice Kobin- on, Jackie Williams. Sophomores: Leon J o r d a n , oe Lockridge, Billy Melson, lelda Glenn. Debbie Hankins, ?renda Warford. Vera Wood. Freshman: Mike C a r r o l l , Bonnie Miller, Gay Caler. Eighth grade: Steven Glenn, teve Miller, Danny Osburn, dike Stephens. Billy Waggon- r, Carol Baker. Lenita Van- runt, Connie Walker, M a r y heehan. Seventh Grade: Gerald Dunan, Mike Glenn, Herbert Joran, Gary Whittmorc, Daniel ams. Linda Baughman, Molly ,ockridge. Debbie M o u n c c. :athy Nelson, Dora Fcnn. YOUNG MUSICIANS ORGANIZE HANI) . . . from left, Larry Staplcton, Lonnic I/atokiiu and Morlie Newman hold prnclice session Newly Formed Bond Leaves On Tour The Arron Shay System Hand, recently organized here, h a s entered the highly competitive field ol professional musicians ·nd left this week on tour. The first leg of the tour will take tliem over Ihe stale of Arkansas and among (heir scheduled performances is an appearance at the Yankee Clipper In Rock Island, III. The group is composed of young talent and has nnc mem- ber, I.onnic Hawkins ot Kayete- villc, who has played in sev- ral local combos and gained local recognition lor his music- ship. llnwkins will play lead guitar for the new group, l.arry Sin- plclon of r'arminglnn is organist and Mortic Newman of Springdale is the fua'tured vocalist. Shawn Paul of Spokane, Wash, plays drums and Christian Me- Kin'lcy, also of Spokane, is bass player. The group lias played rngag ments a t t h e D a w n IT Country Club and the Gaslile Club here. Ploy Cost Selected The cast for Hie senior play at FaycHeville High School has been announced. The play, "Kiss Me Kate," a Cole Porter Sam and Bella Spevack musical comedy will be presented the evenings of May 7, 8 and 9. Members of the cast are Jim Wooley. Earl Williams, Tina Lewis. Jane Scott. Alan Carney, P e t e r Pent?., Ruth Burkett, Mike Waldcn, Luke Coker, Marty Adams, Craig Brown. Gaston Fernandez. Paul Jeske, Greg Gilbert and Phil Leonard. Members of the cast of "The Taming of the Shrew," the Shakespearian play within the play, are Larry Lipe, Kic Dursl Eric Kracmer, Steve Litzinger Warren Reis, Teresa Thurston Cindy Kirby, Ronnie Grippe Noma Austin, David Carnes Steve Halbrook. Steve Ballard James Stallcup, John Crook Alan Dunsworth and Luanne Diffin. Specialty dancers are Vick Mashbur, Carolyn Yunkin, Jan ie Phillips, Marilyn Scroggs Cris Rom and Jimmy Scarbor ough. The singing-dancing en semhle is composed of Janice Clark. Marsha Jinks, Marsha Vandergriff, Nancy Brandon. Linda Long. Sharon Noll. Kath; Earls. Joy Lynn Williams, Pa Gooding, Lisa Pitts and Bar bara Brannon and June Shurtz Mcmhers of the singing en scmble are Pam Hayes. Sara White. Janice Dockery, Connie Hutson, Janet Slack, Kathy lane Johnson. Riddel). Bonnii Merryship, Le Alice Kennedy Linda Abbott, Karen McLemore Suzie Robinson, Debbie Smith Pam Mooney. Debbie McNeil Gloria McPherspn, R o b b i Blackburn, Vicki Keen, Luc Holland. Sally Scott, Fran Fea therston. B r e n d a Hammonc Gale Wing. Virginia Tedford The play begins at 7:30 p.m each day and tickets may b obtained from any senior or re served by calling 443-3481, Ext tension 22 200 Scouts Attend Comporee Cheerleaders Present Trophies Fayetteville High School cheerleaders presented trophies to winners in the Fayetteville Relays held Tuesday night at Harmon Playfield. A b o v e , counterclockwise, are Kathy Ball, Paula Marinoni, Ric McWhorter who won the pole vault competition, Kitty Carnes and Brcnda Hammond. (TIMESphoto by Ken Good) Mail Gourmet Club DALLAS, Tes. -- Richardson High School's all-male Gourmet Club meets once a month to learn and practive culinary art, using no mixes and making everything from scratch, including the pie curst. The 23 boys meet in the school's home economic kitchens and prepare main dishes and desserts. Selected For Trip to Orient Richard E. Lewis Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Lewis Corpus Christi, formerly of F a y e t t e v i l l e , has been selected as one of four high school students for a 10-day exchange program to Yokosuka, Japan. Lewis, grandson of Mrs. Ber:ha Campbell of Fayetteville. is a junior at Carroll High School. The four will visit Japan in August as part of the People to People program and will reside as guests of a Japanese family. Selection was based on personal interviews. GREENLAND -- The honor roll for the second nine-week period at Greenland High School ias been announced. Honor students are: Seniors: Bethel Center, Hanna Reis, Mike Storms, Connie Whillock. Bobbi Tale and Robert Warren. Juniors: Michelle Clark and ladine Parrish. Sophomores: Connie Karnes, 4 point average; Maria Crider, Nancy W i l l i a m s , Terrence Kirkpatrick. Mari Watson, Rolf Wallace, Connie Davis, Debbi McClelland and Pat Storms. Freshmen: Lynette Anderson, RICHARD E. LEWIS to Orient this summer to orient this summer Approximately 200 Boy Scouts participated in the Boy Scout ^amporee held this past weekend at Lake Wedington. The cainporee was directed y Explorer Posts and sponsored by Alpha Phi Omega, ser- ice fraternity on the University of Arkansas campus. Troop 84 of Siloam Springs, vitb scoutmaster K a y Thurman won thepresidential troop award by amassing the highest number of points in the camp- oree. Points were awarded for performance in setting up camp, accomplishments on the "trail, safety, accuracy on t h e compass course and cooking. O t h e r participating troops, listed in order of number of points amassed, were Troop 104, Fayrtteville. Gene P a y t o n ; Troop 105, Fayetteville, Charlie Randell; Troop 125, Faycte- ville. Manny Baxter: Troop 94, Prairie Grove. Audrey Kinion; Troop !)9. Farminglon. ,1 i m Hill; T r o o p 77. Fayeltovillp. Bob Harlnn: Troop 102. Fayetteville. Roger Widder: Troop ill). Huntsville. Ben Edwards; Troop 12, Fayetteville; Troop 91. Sio a m Springs. R e d Arner Troop 1112. Fayetteville. Lee Sharp and Troop 100, Fayetteville, Harry Unwell. Explorer Posts directing the amporec were Post 104 under Itinior Treesc; Post 105. Buck Watson and Post 200. Joe Clay. D u r i n g t h e rampfirc n e w members for the Order of Arrow, an honorary scou'ring organization, were selected. HM:|f»lll!IBMIIIIII»iSlil!llllifll» Jfortfonwt Ariuran* fftftw rW or IEENS Edited by Forrcll Conner IMB«««H!BII11I«^ 8 · Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Thurs., April 17, 1969 .1. ARKANSAS Honor Students Named N a n c y Brooks and Marlisle Warren, all 4 point averages; Lynne Ledbetter, Mike Martin, Raymond Gray and C o n n i Lawson. Eighth Grade: Lynn Hughes. Cheryl Center, Gene Center and Terry Davis. Seventh Grade: Frankie Allen, Kcitli Martin and Palsy Gray. 'Forsass in your salmis, bring on th e... Apple Cider or White Distilled VINEGAR SPfAS HOMEMADE ITALIAN DRESSING, Combine the following hi i jar. Shake vigorously. Vt cup Spjas Vinegar, 1 cup salad oil, 1 teaspoon salt, Vi teaspoon white pepper, V4 teaspoon celery salt, V* teaspoon cayenne, !i teaspoon dry mustard, 1 clove garlic, minced, and dash Tabasco stuct.Stiake again before serving. Yield: VA cups. FREE: VaagtrbacltM With onr CO trtyt lo coo* ·nrf C/MA with vfltffftr* IVr/fo Speas Company, S400 Nicholnn Avenue, Ktnstt City, Missouri 84120. Tickets Welcome RALK1GH. N.C. -- Local police have boon .stopping toon- age drivers here recently, not lo give them t r a f f i c tickets, but to got their names and addresses so that free movie tickets can be .sent them. As part ol a citywide campaign for safe teen driving the officers slopped aboul -15 young motorists to offer congratula- lions on being careful and courteous teen drivers. T E R M I T E S ! Residential Spraying · Roaches ·Certipedes · Spiders 442-7298 ADMIRAL PBT (ONTML P. C. 1ROOKS IT'S WONDERFUL The crowds! The joy! The Truth! The response! The fellowship! Whatever your background . . . no church, friends from other denominations, fellow Baptists . . . we invite you to share this week and these two outstanding young men as we examine the great and thrilling claims of Jesus Christ. Tonight 7 p.m. "We Desperately Need Each Other" Life Enrichment Week Mr. Walker hosts his own radio and TV program in New York City on WNBC, and is minister at large for the metro- politan New York area. Larry Walker SPEAKER New York, City Bob Brown SINGER Kansas City University Baptist Church 315 W. MAPLE H. D. MeCARTY, Partar 314 W. LAFAYETTE Our Part in the Crusade of The Americas

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