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2 · Northwest Arkonsns TIMES, Snturday, April 17, 1976 Melcalf, Of Fayetieville Guilty 0! Forgery, Uttering · A Washington Circuit Court jury deliberated for slightly over eight minutes Friday afternoon before finding Lloyd Metcalf, 23. of Fayetieville guilty on charges o! forgery and littering. : The jury of six men and six women recommended that Metcalf be sentenced lo two years in prison on the forgery charge ' a n d an additional two years on the 'uttering charge. Fornral "sentencing will take place circuit court Monday. Metcalf was convicted ot passing a $152 forged check last December. Testimony at the ^Friday trial revealed that he hud signed the name of Morris Collier to the check which was "drawn on a Fayelteville Humane Society account. - Washington County Prosecutor Mahlon Gibson and Deputy Prosecutor Kim Smitt called' five persons to testify al -the trial. Metcalf was defender by County Defender John Barr B-jker and Deputy Robert R. Estcs. Defender Morris Collier of Fayelteville 'testified that he had not pisse "the check to the IGA groce store of Fayetteville las ·December. He stated that he '·was on the board of the Fav ettevllle Humane Society "·was in charge of writing Sociel 'checks for necessary e\pe ·'ditures. -.·i SECOND WITNESS . - · A second witness, Mrs. Mar -fha Estes. told the court tha she had served as guardian ·the Humane Society checkiw, ipnd that a blank cherk ha .been stolen from her home Te."..\ 13. She told the court that Metcalf was her son-in-law. ..-'Fayetteville police invesliga- · tor George Coffman testified that he had taken handwriting samples from Melcalf when he --"was arrested in December. The to inlplcs were forwarded late police ufl.iltle Ro.-k. A handwriting expert .wlio naly'zed the Melcalf samples, :ate police Lt. Howard Chand- cr, said that it was highly robable that' Melcalf's iigrra- ure on the back of the check ad been written by the Fay ttoville man. MctcHll had ndorscd the. check which w a s lade out to himseif. Another witness in Ihe case, 1 Morris, manager of the IGA tore, took' the stand to testify tiat the check had bsen cashed n. his slore. Baker and Esics argued, thai 'circumstantial" e v i d e n c e offered at the · trial could no itficicnlly convict Metcalf Gibson and Smith called fir a conviction in'Ihe case on the [rounds that Metcalf wws guillj j( stealing money by frau dulcnlly signing the check. The jury retired at 2 p.m. .ionday. returning lo the i:ourt room about eight minutes later Circuit Judge Maupiir Cum mings said it was one':of the shortest jury deliberations- he had witnessed in his person; trial history. Pryor Names 19 To Road Study LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Go' David Pryor has named 19 pe sons to a 'committee to stud ihe need for : public roads,-In cost of those roads, and wher the money lo build item ca come from. The formation of the com mittee was requested by th legislature this year. At a news conference Frida; Pryor said he believes th economy will improve and th: he probably will be reluctant propose any tax increase 1977. " The state Highway Commi sion has complained lhat 11 gasoline tax revenue that go tor highway construction ai maintenance is'not sufficient meet the 'stale's nepds. In the'1975 legislative sessio ;|Smilh Presents - 'Trusl Planning' Bank Program Dennis L. Smith, vice-president and trust officer for the First X'jtional Bank o' Fayetteville. will present a 30 minute - program on "Trust Planning" : April 20 at \.Vyalfs Cafeteria : '6n Norlh College Avenue. Topics to be discussed in the · program will be gift, inheritance and estate taxes. Smith .will also talk ubout Implifica-, lions involved in the proper | gallon. r management ot p e r s o n a l ! As the price ot fuel and con -estates. ~ cvrn over domestic energy, sup Following. Ihe program, a, plies have increased, motorists general tax revenue funds we appropriated, for Ihe firsl litn for the highway progra- The .commission has dicatcd it will ask the 1977 se sion for a gasoline lax increa and Highway Director Hen Cray said the increase could as high as 5 cents a gallon. The tax now Is 8K cents Springdale Couple Paid;For land; V Sprhigdiile couple' have on awarded $'^5,OflO"~-by ^ a nshington Circuit Court jury a siimll strip of lan:l which i condemned in 1971 by Die knnsas Uij;h\vay Dcpm'ituent, Jack and Itulh UiH of 4701 vy. 71 south in S[ir : i . ;rc awarded tlic money for 1 ot an acre \vhich was taken September, 1971 by the high- ay department in order (c den a section ol Hwy, 71 uth in the vicinity of the old J. Cobb Western Store. The oUs were paid $15.200 for the nd in October of 1571 but con- dercd the stale land appraisal be insufficient. A jury of 11 women and one an deliberated just over an sur Thursday before awarding e Holts an additional $9,800 r the land. A total of seven 'operlics were affecioJ ay (be idening of the highway. :, Obituary. . V - . pjiiffliiiHiBiiifi!^ Percy Burba and Mrs. Judy Otis, all ot Sprlngdnle; a sister. Mrs. Uly Greenslrcel of Colnm- ,, bla, Mo.: 22 grandchildren; and Smith. Horn Feb. 3. 1889 in ,.26 great-grandchildren. Franklin County, , Ark,, liipi Funeral .services will be held SHIS. F H A N K I E E. 1'UIiKlNS Huntsville -- Mrs. Frankio Ellen Perkins. 87. ot Fort Smith, died Thursday, in Fort Wade daughter ot Joseph Marion' and ; Mary Louvinnu Milton Kelly,' she was a member ot:lhu Primitive Baptist Church. . . ' . . ' Survivors arc two sons. Oscar Lee Perkins of Huntsville and Jessie H. Perkins of Anchorage, Alaska; five daughters, Mrs. Essie Mae Zavitz of Kort Smith. Mrs. Charlotte Hurris of Boise, Idaho, Mrs. Ruby E. Brewer of Tulsa, Okla., Mrs. Georgia Mclntire of Natchez, Miss., ind if?. Doris Lyman of HunU- .lle; 28 grandchildren, 53 great randchildren and ..11 ' great real givuulchiidrcn.. · · : "\ Funeral service will be at 10 .in., Monday at iBrashears uncral Chapel. Uurial will be Morton Creek Cemetery. ORUAT110USE Robert Andrew Grcathouse, ', of Fayetteville died Friday at 10 u.m^iVIoiiday at the First A s s e m b 1 y of God Church. Burial, under direction of the Sisco's Funeral Home will be in the Bluff Cemetery. · M1IS. HESTER A. EUBANKS Huntsville -- Mrs. Hester Ann iubanks,' 74. of Route :,· Wes- (CONTINUED FHOX PAGE OXE) .her members of public boards nd commissions. ; SINGLE H A N D E D "In the 90 - m i n u t e s of Jscussion - prior to the Board ote to conduct that closed door iquir v las t Oc tobe r, Wade ingle-bandcdly battled for open icelings, replying to ever.v bjection raided in favor of a ecrot session, and pressing the s sue for a .'.resolution in fyvo. f an open meeting instead o closed one," the journiusis aid- Wade shared Third Distri' onors with the ^FnyeUc'vi! ity government. The City- ' "ayetteville. .first runner-up i; tale judging, was "also nomi latcd by stoff members of thi apringdale News, That nomi lattonAvas directed "toward al hose people in Fayelteville' city government who have coii ribuled (o development of a Altitude recognizing that goo government springs from ope jovernment." Second runner-up Rep. Mik Wilson was nominated vithin Ihe Second Congressiona District by slaCt members local hospital. Born Nov. 1898 at Con w a y . Mo., e- was the s o n of William nd Mary King Grcathouse. He ·as a member of the Wiggins Memorial Church and the _ .. _ of-. the Jacksonville News. Journalists there cited Wilson's record of support for freedom of information legislation in nominating the Jacksonville allorncy. A two-term state representative. Wilson regularly has advocated and introduced legislation to expand (he state's open records and open meetings law and to provide tor campaign disclosures. Greene County Treasurer .1 mini EC Lou Fisher; Ihe (bird runner-up, won First Dislritt ! competition, t/ased on nomination by statt members of ihe ers ..O.O.F. Lodge. Survivors include his widow Mrs. Elva Greathouse of th lome; two daughters, Mrs 'rcida Brinson of San Antonio ind Mrs. Joan Allen Houston; three sisters. Mrs Stella Scott of Salem. Mo.. Mrs .ucy Willard of Eskridge fon of James [Can. and Mrs. Helen Rollans o N'orth Hollywood, Calif; nin ;randchildrcn; and four, great !randchildren. Funeral services will be a 9:30 a.m. Monday at Nelson' Funeral Home. Burial will b in the Grecnlawn Cemetery Springfield, Mo. DOHA COnDF.S Dora L. Cordes. 82, of Spring-. dale died today at a Springdale nursing home. Born Feb. 17, 1894 at Cold Camp, Mo., she was the da'jgliter of Henry and Mary Elizabeth McBee Weurdc- man, and was a member of the First Assembly oF God Church of Springdale. Survivors include four sons. Virgil, Jerry and Glenn, all of Springdale. and Clifford of Charleston, Ark.; three daughters. Mrs. Ruth Wright, Mrs. died Thursday in Clare- lore, Okhi. Born Feb. 1C, 1902 I Russellville, the daughter of Chester ohn and ''-Elizabeth Blaincy .enry; she was a Baptist.- ° Survivors are her husband, iel, of the home; olio so»i \rnold Eub'anks of Claremore; no ' daughter, Mrs. Frances McFadden Enters. Plea Of Guiliy Orcn · McFadden. 45, ot- Fay- ellcville . pleaded guilty, Friday iftcrnoon in Washington Circuit Court lo a e h a r g o - o t carnal abuse in the first degree. The charge originated from Feb. 10 incident. Circuit''Judge Muupin Cum- mini's ordered ' McFadden to report to Ihc Veteran's Hospital Psychiatric Clinic' at Van Duren tor a six monlh period. Ctim- mings : said lhat Ihe prognosis of doctors al the hospilul would determine if McFadden would later face a prison sentence and Bicentennial Committee Sets Plans For Fourth Of July The Faycltevillc Bicentennial Committee heard an outline fnr tlie celcbi'.vlion of July 4 weekend from Herbert Holcomh Thursday afternoon but took no concrete action lo implement it. llolcomu proposed a city-wide celebration to extol (he themes based on Hie frecdotns secured for U.S. citizens by the Constitution anil identified them as freedom of worship, private punitive fine in the incident County Deputy Prosecutor ' Baugus reTM,"". 1 .! 0 "' ded C to the court that JlcFadden bo fined S250 and lie placed on a fivc-vear suspended prison sentence. He Mlso suggested that McFadden not be allowed to live in Washington County. enterprise expression. He suggested and freedom of an inter-faith no 'daughter Mrs. Frances ' cumm ngs or ercd McFadden people and a fire lidvardson of Oswego, Okla.; ^ C " m '"', ne i 0 | " ,,, the end "Doing things irce, brothers,; Hoyvard ,ai ,ouie Henry of Buckeye, Ariz., ind Reuben Henry of Harbor lily, Calif.; otic sister, Mrs. 'earl Tripled of Tulsa, Okla.; iix grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Funeral service will be al 2 .tn., Monii'.iy at We.iioy Churc 1 ! oi Chrisl. Burial vvill be in Cherry Creek Cemetery under :he direction of Brashears funeral Home. WILLIAM W. KIIIK Huntsville -- William Wyatte Kirk. 100, of Houle 5, 'Rogers, died Friday at his home. Born March 16. 1876 at Clifty. the and Susan Evans Kirk, he \Uls a retired Tanner and a member of the Freewill Baptist Church. - . Survivors are a number oi nieces-and nephews. Funeral service will be at 10 a.m. Monday al Clifty Chapel Freewill ftipfist Church. Burial will be in Rambo Cemetery under the direction of Brash ears Funeral Home. "'/I to report lo him at the end of Itie six month psychiatric examination. He said the possible sentencing a n oiminc pi McFadden would be considered by the 'court at thai lime. Antennas, Stolen Peter lU'agan of Route 1 in Farminglon lold FnyoUovill-j police loday that someone had stolen two antennas from ms car while it was parked around 2 a m a t NIC International House of Pancakes on N'orth College Avenue. He said the antennas were valued at $30. Plant Stolen meeting, an pld : f'ashioned political rally \vilb current candidates making speeches, a picnic complete with games, including some of the "New Games" involving large, numbers ot people and a fireworks display. "Doing things together in n brg city-family celebration without interfering wilh the annual Spi-ingclale Rodeo is possible and 1 am acting a s ' n calalys :o get things moving"' he toll ;be committee members. Dale Oark, director of cit; A pine tree and a planter were stolen sometime Thursday night or early Friday mormng from Ihc Frank Skelton residence of 7 E. 6th St., Faveil* variety which was tour feet heighth. 'Wai! And See' Energy Prooram Speedway Opens Season Sunday ' The first races of Hie seaso will be held .al Ihc Fayelleville Speedway Sunday afternoon, beginning at 2 o'clock. The gates will.open al 12 noon with hot-lapping starting at 1:40 p.m. Late models,, sportsman and mini-stocks will be racing on the course each Sunday unless track conditions necessitate moving the program to even- Ings. Wreckers, push trucks, port able welders-and other service vehicles are welcomed in the pit area. A dcslruelion derby is sche uled for the third Sunday o acing this season as an.added eature. . parks and recreation, discussed tentative plans lo hold soft ball games and other activities at ',akc Fayetieville, including sky lying, urchcry, and concluding ilh fire works. ·;: Mrs. Beverly Melton ot Downtown Unlimiled said plans ire being developed for the lownlown area and were being .clayed in order lo coordinate hem wilh oilier Bicentennial ilans, but stressed that she hud o know immediately what was the docket, because immediate p l a n n i n g was necessary in ·dcr lo gel anything going. She said that under consi- teralinn were lalcnl presen- alions and political rallies-.;but expressed the willingiess oh the organization to coordinate activities. . ' . . ' " · Bol McKinncy, Bicentennial Committee chairman will meet with Mrs. Melton and Clark lo continue discussions: ·· -; FOll DECORATION J McKinncy . announced '.four hydrants inside the ·Squar'e'.and those, on College, trom Dickson to North Street, have been approved by the fire department lo be used for decoration in a Bicentennial motif. Mrs. David Newborn and Dr. Dwain E. Manske were appointed to elect motifs and to obtain oluntcer help to decorate tha re hydrants. McKinney also reported Ijial nation wide "befringing" ercmony is lo be conducted, 1 2 p.m. Eastern Standard line on July 4 and nsked ihat ommittee members try to : get ilizcns to participate. Plans of the National Ceme- ory lo hold a parade and dcve- WHAT'S TO EAT AT SCHOOL NEXT WEEK? Menus Furnished By Area Schools iiBiiiniiiiiBiDiiiiiiimiiiHraiiiiiiniiiMiiiniiBi!"TM!TM!"TM!!"TM! 11111118 TM 1111111111111 ! 11 " 11011 English peas, pear half, sugar nginnniminnei ELKINS MONDAY: No school TUESDAY: -Macaroni cheese, blackeyed peas,' and cole siaw"TMll5 - butter, applesauce cake witli applesauce icing, milk. ' . WEDNESDAY: Hamburgers, trench tries, onion - pickles, chocolate calte with white icms, milk. THURSDAY: Vegetable soup. LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Lead- p e a n u t butler sandwiches question and answer period will be held. Because of limited : seating, residents wishing to ; attend the progiam have been 'asked to make reservations ·'with George Moore at 575-2859 : 0 r Paul Gayer at 521-6123. The program will be held al the regular "=--=-- "'"'- meeling. Para'gouid Daily Press.' Recog-' Energy nizing her as "open -md I learned of the recently 'organized Uhcesei ~ sticks, crackers. Conservation Coalition ; n a m o n crisp, milk, have bought - less gasoline. Highway officials say the present Sax rate is not pioduc- in» as much money as it once straighl-forward;' 1 the journalist commended Fisher on her knowledge of the law, ils function, intent and purpose and noted her willingness to help in recent investigations by reporters. Theft Reported S e v e r a l hundred dollars .vorlhof electronic equipment was stolen sometime Friday from the Auatic Study Center on Lakewood Raid near Lake Appointed to the committee w.ere; . Mayor Neil Stalling* of Jo- Civitan Cluo ne sboro, president of the Arkansas Municipal League: Poinsett County Judge Frank Dean of Harrisburg, president of the A r k a n ^ E County Judges Association; Morris Bosvman of Newport, president ,of the Arkansas ?"arm Bureau Fecter- at 'on · Em me' 1 C,]}mQrf. f»f - o c P - i d n l l,,e ciation; Allen N T ixon of Jones- · Fayetteville, Fayetieville police JV o y 0 ~" pn ; s j dent O f the state '**£.,?*,; i i i *.,,'Chamber of Commerce: Frank . The theft was reported al 4.12 wh|tc of ume Rock] c h a irman p.m. Friday by a school spokesman. The stolen property 'was described as a Wollensak tape recorder, Koduk Carousal slide projector, a Miranda Soligor 35 miil.imeter camera and a camera Ibsii .attachment. Clean-Up Extended ,.;C!eo Dark, a resident Army ; Corps engineer, said today that ' the Beaver Lake clean-up ^project probably be ex- Friday that thn state has adopted a "wait arid see" posture on"accepting any energy conservation program. Four coalition leaders met for about 30 minutes with Gov. David Pryor; 'Ken Casllcberry, director of the state Commerce FRIDAY: Chicken pie, green beans, cole si a \v, bread - bnUer, pears, milk. FAKMINGTON MONDAY: Hamburger . on bun frcnch fries, carrot sticks, tended to April 2$ because of ih'igh winds which occurred in C'the area today. T'.-C'ark said the definite ,"tention to extend the clean-un -.will be announced sometime ','this week. He said original ;plans had called for the '.operation to' be Co Director* of Funaial Service 52T-5000 SERVICES: . Rohtrf An drew -- Monday, 9:3Tj a.m., · at the Chapel. The Rev. Mau -.'.rice Lanier o f f i c i a l i n g . Inler- 'ment Greeniawn Cemetery, 'Springfiold. Mo. ot the Arkansas Industrial Development Commission: . R a j Rohus of Heher Snrlnas. Presi dent of the Arkansas Trave Council hospitality Association: Jack McCoy ot Mali'ern president ot the stale Jaycees; J. Bill Becker of Little Rock, chairman of the Arkansas AFI.CIO: Ssn. Robert Harvey of Su'iflon, president pro tempore of the stale Senate: Rep. Cecil Alexander of Hehcr Springs, speaker ot the state House of R/ipresenatives; Hep. John E. Miller ot Melbourne, c h a i r m a n of Ihe Legislative Council: Dorm a n F, Bushong of Rogers, president of the Arkansas Bankers Association: Ross Pcndergraff of Fort Smilh. vice president of the ,,,, ric-fl Smith of Birdeye, a former .j member of the Highway Commission: Mayor James' Jordan of Monlicello: Robert Reynolds ot Harrison; C. G. Ogburn ol Liltie Rock: - a n d Dr. Ricmond Davis of Pine Blutf. P.M-Tornado Aclivily 25D Petition Opinion Requested 8y Jemipn LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- When petitions are filed for independent candidates the job of election officials is to see if the number of signers meets Ihe law's requirement, an attorney general's opinion said Friday. The opinion was requested by Secretary of State George 0. Jernisan Jr. Chief Deputy Atty. Gen. Rodney Parham, said a 5074 state Supreme Court decision in a case involving petitions for an independent candidate for a county office . spelled out the duly of election officials. The same procedures would apply when the secretary of state receives petitions for an ndependent candidate, t h e jpiniori said, In the 1974 decision, (he court said any challenge to the peli- ions would h a v e to bo in the 'orm o f . a lawsuit aimed al iccpinR election officials from certifying the proposed candli dale. Parham said that the limitcr Department, and Mac Woocl-jp e a c h e s , catsup-mustard' - '- -" "-- -' '-' icklcs-onions. milk. TUESDAY: Hot dog on .bun, frcnch fries, apple sauce, ceJory ward, director of the slate pickles-onions, milk. Er^rgy Office. 1 " ~ -·"· They were Assistant Atty. Gen. Wally Nixon: Tim Hoi- slicks, cheese wedgcs-mustttrd- comb of Arkansas Consumerl c a tsup-rnilk. Research; Anne Crary of thC| WEDNESDAY: Sloppv JOB on Arkansas Ecology Center, .and[ b u i l i [rench fr ics, cabbage slaw. duty of countinf! .signatures anc comparing Hint number with the number didn't mean required election by lau o f f i c f a t r . 212 N. Eatt Av«. FayeHevilte. Ark 72701 PcblUhed dallj and Sunday ext Jannary 1, Jaly 4. ThanV«gK1n2 B Pair] i MF;MREB ASSOJ.IATED PRESJI The r\»sciclated P«M l* «nt:Uprf elnrivdy to the me foi reput;1ic tlcn (A All rcal DCV*^ printed 1n lb cewspapor «« »U «' "H A P ne- SCB5CRIPTIOX RAIE3 Effective November 1. 1V73 Ram i n i l f f t r j ^ Per month by earner , ., P B S!Etfe copy 4*lf? lOc. SnryJij 2Sc In Wafihlnsten. Benton. Madison Oooa- ,liei, A r t . Adalr Co, Oltla.i 3 motllii * » » · momh* .,. U M -1 YEAR ».» Cty Bcr S«cil« WW Outild« abovt ooantlMt 3 mcelhi , ...... U'- w Heorings Schedules IJTTLK ROCK (AP) -- The Arkansas Public Service Commission P'riday scheduled pubic hearings on raf.o increase ppiic;iUoii5 from four utilities. They were; --April 22 on the 455,071 rate ncrcase request of the White liver Telephone Co. at Elkins. --April 27 on Ihc -merits of a S405,:{43 rate increase (hat (ho 'SC has allowed Ihe Soulhv,cst Arkansas Kleclric Cooperative at Camdcn to put into effect on an interim emergency basts. --April 2'J on a $107,841 rait ncrcase request from Ashley-f :iiicot Electric Cooperative, Inc. --May 4 on the merits of an application [rftm the Shurnaker Public Service Corp. at Camden for a $13,800 increase in sewer rates and §35,500 for wa- tcrjic rvicc^ MISSED YOUR PAPER? WE'RE SORRY! If yon rannof reach your TfMKS carrier PHONB 142-6242 Daily 5 to 6:30 p.m. Saturday 4:30 lo fi p.m. Sunday 8 to 9:30 a.m. had lo accept signatures whici obviously had been signed bj the same person. The opinion also said cr's.. signature on a petition for a candidate didn't have to be identical with the signature on the form the voter signed when be was registered ns a volcr. Policemen Killed WALDO, Ark. (AP) -- Two ot the three members of the Waldo Police Department were killed Friday when fheir patrol ear was struck by a Cotton Belt Steve Wilson, president of the Ozark Society and heart of thp state Highway Department's environmental assessment section. Under terms or the Energy Policy and Conservation Act. Arkansas has unti IMay 20 to submit a rcp_ort lo the Federal Energy Administration. The report is to assess the feasibility of reducing projected 1980 energy consumption in Arkansas by five per cent. Woodward said at the mccl- inil that the state Energy Ollice had not.submitted a fcasibilits report because the FEA ha decided to redraft guidelines to be used lo prepare the docii mont. The new guidelines arc scheduled to he published Apr! 23 in the Federal Register, In an earlier Tnceling will Woodward-, coalition . leader said thcv were told that then was a possibility the state couli not accept requirements of th federal act. which include man datnry lighting, thermal government procurement eff cicncy standards and prograrr to promote carpools and pubr transportation. If no plan is submitted an approved. Arkansas will not b eligible for its share of Ihe Sr million in g r a n t s to he admini tercd by the FEA in WJ7. freight train. The victims were Patrolmen ·John Allen and Steven Poctkcr. The third officer, Chief Ed Dunn, reported lhat he was chasing a car through town. Grants LITTLE 110CK (AP) -- Go Daviil Pryor snid Friday he recommending $375.000 in ad [ional funding for the constru lion of Quapaw Vo-T«ch Scho nt Hot Springs. His recommendation goes the Ozarks Regional Comm sion, \vhich is expected lo a prove the grant if the city gc an Economic Development A ministralion gronl of $625.000. The city has applied tor I EDA grant. The money is for conslrucli of facilities lo lirni.se a skill ei Icr which has been establish lo aid unemployed people lea job skills. uslard. jello. catsup, milk. THURSDAY: Cheeseburger on n. frcnch fries, ': pickles. ions, mustard, yellow cake, ssed salad, catsup, milk. FRIDAY: Chillidog on bun. nch fries, catsup, mustard. ars. carrot and celery slicks, ilk. · SPIUNTiDALE MONDAY: Bologna sandwich. canul butter and jelly sand- ich, french fries, apple wed- cookie, milk; THURSDAY: Breaded steaks parsley potatoes, buttered com rolls, fruited jello. milk. . FRIDAY: Sloppy Joe burger frcnch fries; catsup. . green tieans, sweet potalo pie, milk. WEST FOIIK MONDAY: Pigs in blankel pork and beans, cole slaw cookies. TUESDAY: Fried chicken mashed polatoes and gravj beans, sliced breac pudding. WEDNESDAY: .Hamburge pickles, onions, frcnch trie catsup, letluce salad, raisin squares. THURSDAY: Krito pie, brown beans, cole slaw, peach cobbler. FRIDAY: Vegetable . beef soup, slice cheese, crackers, apple sauce, cinnamon rolls. LINCOLN MONDAY: No School TUESDAY: Hamburger on bun with mustard, relish, french fries wilh catsup, cherry cobbler, buttered corn, milk. WEDNF.SDAY: April Bicentennial Menu -- Louisiana purchase, Cajun creation. .Louisia na rice, Pirate's treasure spin ach, river boat salad, frcncl bread and butter. Lewis . a n c Clark cookies. Mississippi milk THURSDAY: Sloppy Joe on bun, Iri talers wilh catsup Mexican style beans, peacl cobbler, milk, FRIDAY: Grilled dices sandwich, chicken salad sand Sehnn' Board Meets WINSLOW -- The Wirislo.TM chool Board will 'meet at 7:3G .m. -April 20 at the school ti dnsider the employment' o rofessional personnel and t ·aft plans for a building trade IMSS for .the 1976-77 sclioo rm. ' ,' ' .· Mrs. .Velrna Duncan has bee named ' to !'^ succeed Totnm. Glenn on - t h e . . Board. Glen es'igned a f t e r ' a questio cgarding residency in tr listrict arose following lr election to the Hoard. op an Avenue of Flags at Ihe cmetery for Memorial 'Chiy jbscrvanccs were discussed. The difficulties in finding a well known speaker at this late date for the inter-faith religious ibservances and speakers For he political rally, suggested ny ilolcomb were poinled oul,: by committee members whn -'also expressed concern U.*.il ' the committee has inel ciii'v nr^ ^n intermittent basis and suggested ibc .need for more regular meetings. , . _: ;: S W I F T $ ZJ North \U/f .\»»t.\.V " SAVE NOW! If You Are Decorating and Need New Custom Draperies or Upholstering JACK'S CUSTOM DRAPERIES SHOP AT HOME SERVICE 751-4614 No High Showroom Overhead - cs, cookie. TUESDAY: Corn dog wilh lustard, potato salad, carrot ticks, strawberriRB w i t h ·hipped topping- W ED N ES DAY: Taco with rated cheese, shredded lettuce, ·uil cup. cinnamon rolls. T H U R S D A Y : Rarbecucd ranks, deviled eggs, celery ticks, onion rings, pear half. FRIDAY: Pizxa, tri lators. iixeri vegetables, applesauce. One-half pint of milk i: ervcd with all lunches. wich, later lots with catsup buttered corn, ice cream, milk. The DERBY GAS STATION 2785 N. COLLEGE WyattVCajetefia FAYETTF.VIU.B MONDAY: No school. TUESDAY: Rarhcr|UCd beef on him. Trench Eriptl notatoes. applesauce, cookie, milk. WEDNESDAY: Pizza, bill- .ercd green beans, carrot and celery sticks, pineapple upside do\yn cake. m i l k . THURSDAY: Chccscbnreer, frcnch fried potatoes, lettuce, onion, pickles, coconut hnr, milk. FRIDAY: Fish'n bailer, tar tar sauce, butcrecl corn, tossed Srccn salad, corn bread, butler, chunky peanut butter squares milk. I'liAlniB GROVE MONDAY: Pig in the blanket mustard, frcuch tries, caUiim shredded lettuce, apple sauce, vanilla uafer, milk. TUESDAY: Pinto beans wilh ham, chilled tomato, seasoned carrots, bread, cinnamon rolls, milk. WEDNESDAY: Hot b e e f sandwich, mashed nofaloes. PIONEER has Homeownefs LOANS $2,0004,15,000 II Okliltoma sfffiiftegi\iui Olds Service Since 1932 -Get Ext'a Cash How Consolidate Debls Cul Your Payments Ho Broker Fees or Points PIONEER FINANCE OF OKLAHOMA INC our OF ro'.vn wit coiuci Siloam Springs 918/2H-6I86 EASTER DAY MENU ed Green Lima Beam Coin on itie CoS Btoccoli w i l l i Clieeie 5suce Buttered Spinach Macaroni and Cheeie U.S. Choke Beef Round a jui Souihe/n HaVed M Heavenly Haih Supreme Up Sluffed Celery iuil Salad d Garden Salad Caiiol and Pineapple Salad eiry o e r Tecan Delict Pie I'jtib Slrawbeir)' Pi* Banana Pudding

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