Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 10, 1972 · Page 33
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 33

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 10, 1972
Page 33
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Norihwott Arkcmitii TIMES, Thurttlay, Auguit 10, 1972 A R K A N S A S State VICA Officers Three students ul Fayelte- opening of this school: term, were licM at (he spring state wile High School west campus They are from left Barbara . meeting In Hoi Springs a n c will assume dudes of slate Sharp, president! Cnrol Jan- officers Inspect an exhlhl leadership positions In Voca- way, reporter, and Cynthia; ' d i s p l a y e d at (he meet tloiinl - Industrial Clubs of Adams, treasurer. Elections {TIMESpholo by Ken Good) America (VICA) with t h e Local High School Designated Exemplary Demonstration Center Fayeltevllle High School has 1 been designated as an exemplary demonstration career-development center by the State Department of Education. Innovative techniques will be ·smployed in all subject areas to emphasize career fields in which the study o f . a particular; subject is necessary. The school accepts the broad concept that career .education is a : personal matter! and is the sum total of all'of an indivi- ; duals experiences; including ac' ademic, extra cuiricular, and vocational. : The school's administrative ' and supervisory staff members have visited area business ' places, industrial plants a n d studied training institutions during the summer to better acquaint themselves with t h e : opportunities the Fayetteville .' students will have for employ; ment and further training. ; 'The staff will work closely ; with teachers to initiate ways : for .using the present curricu- · lum and staff to import infor- ' malion to students' and to involve them in relating the subject area they are teaching and studying to the World ol · W o r k . :-. . NEW EQUIPMENT N e w materials and equip ; ment funded through the Ar'. kansas Division of Vocational, I Technical,.- and'.Adult Educa- · t i o n ' a r e housed in the guidance department and a r e available for use by students parents, and community-wide use. Materials to^ assist students in self understanding arid de cision making have been given priority. Specific career a n c occupational materials Includ ing;job finding and job holdinj Information has been assemblei and is representative of some o the better resources in the rm tioh. Filmstrips with cassette com mentaries are available in straight forward' sex educa tion, drug related problems ollege planning, job Informa- on technical and specialized chool.; training opportunities ud motivational areas. Equipment, and materials nay be checked out -by any- me for use at home or in ommunity ; grbups,-.Materials are in open shelve? and invite irowsing. .Study carrels have )een equipped with a variety jf informtipn that may be reviewed by using earphones.'in private. Equipment will be a 'ailahle for classroom use .ant ipecial collections will be as iembled on request from, class room teachers. . PARENT PARTICIPATION Parents are urged to take an active interest in the plan ning of their sons and daugh ers by helping them explon 'nterest areas. Plans should 'hi 'lexible and subject to change jut the motivational aspect o sound planning is a factor to ward -becoming a happier bet .er adjusted student. Secondary school counselor lave participated In seminars workshops, and In - servic meetings during the summe for specialized training in cur riculum founded career educa ion. Members, of .the counselin staff and assignments are Mrs Lillian Woods, Coordinator an high school, Mrs. Brenda Bow lin, West Campus, Mrs. Pair cia Meisner, Ramay: M r , s Martha Hileman, .-Woodland Mrs. Lois Cooksey and Mr Kent Detmer, high school, Mrs. Tomalyn Backus h!T resigned and will be replace at Ramay by Mrs. Mefsne who has been with the Fa, etleville counseling services fo the past four years. Mr Cooksey, whose husband, Da vid Cooksey is with the Un versity of Arkansas financi aid office, will .begin her fir year of counseling. 1LVE Principal Starts Second Year At Siloam Springs SILOAM SPRINGS -- D o :azel will begin his second year s principal of the Middle chool when classes resume ere for the 1972-73 school year ug. 14. The Middle School will be Id- ated .in the old high school uildlng on West Tulsa Street. Haxel moved to Siloam prings with his parents in 1945 nd attended local schools be- ore entering ' Oklahoma Mili- ary Academy and graduating rom Northeastern State Col- ego at Tahlcquah in 1961. The':same .year he .was mar led to Miss Brenda Peters am riey moved, to Amarillo, Tex vhere he . spent eight years eaching and coaching in the unibr high school. He returned to Siloam Springs n I960 and taught for two years lefore becoming principal. They mve two children, Nash 10 and Jo Carole. 7. DON HAXEL ... starling second year as prln cipal of Siloam Springs Middle School. FOR BACK TO SCHOOL "BACKS WE1UNS Tan and Navy Blue Burgundy, Navy $20.00 $20.00 WOMEN SHOES~Sir«ot Floor Today thru Aug. 12, you will receive a FREE SILVER DOLLAR for every pair of boys', students' or men's Jeans you purchase from our Bargain Basement. Buy a pair--Get a Free Silver Dollar; Buy 5 pair--Got 5 Free Silver Dollars, "· Cash or Charge, Put 'em in Lay-Away--It Will Maka Your Down Payment.," OVER 4,000 PAIR TO CHOOSE FROM We're Headquarters For LEUIT Bell Bottoms or Toper .Legs Blue Denim Bell Bottoms Students 26-30 ..-,-., $8.00 $7.50 501-Shrlnk lo Fit Denims Butter Fly Taper Leg Pre-Shrunk, Zipper . .,.,. $6.98 $7.50 Your Choice Of LEUIS-CAPERS-RAPPERS Boys Sizes 2-14 Slims- Regulars Student Sizes 26-30 We Carry a Complete levi's Student Range Men's Sizes 28-42 Denims -- Brushed Denims -- Corduroys - Velour Corduroys -- Light Weight, Button Front Denims and Many Other Fine Fabrics. Regular Jean Flares -- Bush Jeans -- Hip Huggers -- Sextant Bells -- Multicolors and Fleeces £ Save $1 to $1.50 each on Our Fine Belts. Styled for Jeans or For Dress Use Our Big Forking Lot In The Back. Our Basement' Door Is Your Entrance To Big Savings and Shopping Pleasure. BARGAIN BASEMENT

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