Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 10, 1972 · Page 13
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 13

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 10, 1972
Page 13
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Gravetfe SC/JQO/ Opens Aug. 24 GIUVETTE -- Registration o( now students who will atlend Gravelto schools in net lor Aug. 21 nnd (acuity members will moot Aug. 22-23, , School officially opens Aug. 24 ngllsht Verno'n Marshall, soul studies and English] John ereberg, Dan Fagla, social .udlcs and Mrs, Josephine Mc- .boo. Bbclal studies, New Members Of Choralettes Ensemble New members and alternates for the Choralctlcs, a girls ensemble at FayettcvUle High School selected !n try outs this spring, arc from led, top row, Elizabeth Johnson, alternate, Jeanlo McKlnney, Lee Ann Dodson, Vicky Gartou, Cozy Bartlelt and Teresa Magutre; bottom row, Teresa Turner, Dehby Stockburger, and Marsha Cravens, alter- nates; Laura Chlsin, Cecily England, Rose Scruggs and Carol Carter. Elliott Begins WYearsAt Sjloam Springs S I L 0 A M SPRINGS - Already on the job, Burton Elliott, is beginning his 18th year with the Siloam Springs School System. He graduated from Charleston High School in 1948, and received, his' BSE degree from the University of Arkansas in 1952. From 1952 thru 1954, El- 'Project Van Will Be Prairie Grove \Vhen Sc/iob/ Starts with classes for all students, Students will attend half-day sessions AUK, 24 and 25 and the huacs w i l l operato a normal schedule, Tho lunchroom will open and a full day at-school will ho held Aug. 28, , Brs. Boulah Shlnpaugh will bo principal of tho elementary school, Wm, F, Smith will direct guidance and counseling am Mrs, Sharon Nereberg will hoac the music department. Other elementary teachers are Mrs, Peggy Floyd, Mrs Pearl Hill, Mrs, Evelyn Hen dcrlch, Mrs. Mary Neer, Mrs Margaret Miller, Mrs, VlrglO Allen;. Miss Margaret :Martin Mrs. Lillian Howard, Mrs, 3 Lcta Brandsgaard, Mrs. Bonnie Chllders,' Mrs. Wandai Harris Mrs, Rosa Crowder, Mrs. Pa trlcla Jenlsen, Mrs. Grac While, Mrs, Virginia Brown and John Brown. HIGH SCHOOI, FACULTY Tho high school faculty Is headed by Principal C. W. Oliver, Other faculty Include Charles Kelly, guidance and counseling; Mrs, Ann Furlo.w, librarian; Jerry Tarzlaff, music department; Bernard McAbee, coach, physical education director, ;and driver education: Larry Bunn also serves on the coaching staff and assists in the physical education ; program. Miss Paula Berridge with'direct physical education for girls. Larry Pruitt has been assigned coordinator of distributive education; vocational agrlcul ure director and Mrs. Betty tricklen, vocational- home economics. Miss Frances Dorsey Is In- tructor for business education; 'ack Galbraith, English; Mrs. Georgia Cooper, English and speech; Mrs. Sharon Rees, Tho two sclenco teachers are Miss Ann Hagmann and Harry Ohlsoiii Robert tea will direct the department of mathematics and physics! Mrs. Wanda Trembly la alto · mttX U»chr and one more math Uach«r li yet to be omp!oy«d,'The reading rogram will ba directed by program win M am Mrs. Katheryn Shook,_ Students and Businessmen Acme Typewriter Exchange Is Your Headquarters For Royal Typewriters ROYAl TYPEWRITERS,..,Th« p»rf«t Buitnw* Mttr maehln*. Tor « lyp«writ«r that will fliv» you many, many y«gr« of wrvlee.., .look to ROYAl. You ean't do better and they're priced at what you would Ilk* to pay. S«« u* today, · Victor Adding Machine* and Calculator* · Royal Typewriter* ·Smith Corona Portable* · Gnletner Duplicates ·Qffic* Furniture Supplle'i PRAIRIE' GROVE -- Five new -faculty members have joined the teaching staff at the Prairie Grove High School and buildings have been renovated during the summer. The renovation of buildings and grounds has been per- f o r m e d by the custodial department personnel with 16 Neighborhood Youth Corps (NYC) employes. Students in:the high school will return to class* at 8:10 a.m. Aug. 21. AH students have been registered arid will be ready to begin work on that date. PROJECT VAN A new innovative program lias been instituted callec Project VAN. This is vocational training' project in electronics, air conditioning anc refrigeration, machine shop anc construction including masonry carpentery and plumbing. An enclosed van will be on .tliercampus each semester and freshmen and sophomores may study in theso areas during thi first two years of high school. Provisions to continue stud; in a selected field will bi available at the Fayettevilli High School, west campus, urine the last two years of ilgh school. . ; ' ; Tha van will have facilities o' teach air conditioning and efrigeration during. ,the first emester and masonry carpentry and plumbing during the second semester. · : : : : .NEW FACULTY. ·'.' The new faculty members are Miss Lissa Thieslng, English and : 'French. She received a bachelor .of arts degree from :he University of Arkansas in the spring of 1972 and did her practice teaching at Rogers High School. Prospects Dim Job prospects for degre holding college students a r i less than they were a few years ago, At the same time only 3 pel cent of jpbs for para professional health worker went unfilled. Also -needed the future are more secretaries computer and pollution, contro technicians. The new high' school librarian Mrs. Deanna Stone,' esldent of Prairie Grove, who raduated from the Univers ity f Arkansas in June 1972. Edwin Staggs, fdrmer :heac ootball coach, is returning tie faculty as head of the socia Indies ·.,'.-' department. Staggs .olds a bachelor of science legree from Arkansas Tech am master of education degree rbm the University of Arkan ias. : ' ' Mrs. Dana Lambert will teach :he majority of the math classe at the.high school. She laugh classes in the math departmen at the University while earning tier master degree which was awarded this past spring. She holds a bachelor' of science degree from Arkansas Tech. David Johnson is the new band director.' He will direct the high school band, intermediate band, beginning band and glee club arid: teach .two music classes at the middle school He received his bachelor of science degree at Arkansas Tech and did practice teaching at Rose City Junior High School in Little Rock. RENT A TYPEWRITER OR ADDING MACHINE . . . BY THE WEEK OR MONTH. Sales--Service -- Rentals ACME TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE Gestetner Duplicators Phone 52T-2250- 442-7672 BURTON ELLIOTT ... educator is active in community activities. · licit.served in the U.S. Army in Korea. Upon returning home, he received his MED degree from the University of Arkansas in 1955, and went to work for ' the Siloam Springs Schools In · the summer of 1355 as a coach i and teacher. [ Elliott was appointed high school principal in 1956, a position he has held since that time ; with the exception of the 69-70 i school year when he took leave ; of absence to complete work on · his Doctorate. Aside from his school duties, Elliott has served as president of the Siloam Springs Jaycees, President .of the United,' Fund Board, Chairman of the United Fund Drive, President of the Benton County Teachers Organ Izatlon, President of the District X Athletic District, . and various other positions with local and state groups. He is presently serving as , 'Chairman of the Siloam Springs '. Library Board, Vice president · of the Siloam Springs Kivyanis Club, President of District. Aci livltles Association, Secretary of the Siloam Springs Bass Club, and Is a Sunday School . teacher in the First Baptist ', Church, Budget Exceeds : $3 Million \ SPIUNGDALE _ Tho opor- { aling budget for the 1372-73 ·} school year for the Springdale School District will be approxi ' matcly $3,200,000 as compared · to $2,210,096 in 1971-72, according to Thurmnn G. Smith, superintendent of schools. Of tho total amount hudget- J cd, approximately two million will be for teacher salaries 1 nnd sick leave. This represents an Increase of approximately seven per cent over the 197172 school year. In addition to thn regular operating budget, the lunchroom program budget will ho np- proxlnmtoty $176,000; tho activity ftccoiml, approximately SlfiO.OOOi nnd tho Title I hud- gel approximately $162,1100. The building fund budget for tho John Tyson clcmninry fn- irtllty In $755,000, Some pny- ments, however, wore mado In tho 1071-72 nchool year. 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