Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 24, 1969 · Page 6
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Production Crew Announced; Play Set For May 1, ft And 9 Local Debate Squad Takes Sweepstakes The Faycttevillc High School Debate Squad finished its year of competition by m a k i n g ;i clean sweep or Hall High School Invitational Tournament at Little Rock last weekend. The squad took both first and second place in debate and won nine individual trophies. The debate team of Marilyn Scroggs and Bob Haley defeated Hall High and Larry Lipe and Scott Stephens defeated Springdale in the semi finals to share top honors. The best girl debater trophy went to Miss Scroggs and Stc Kina! preparations are underway for the presentation of "Kiss me Kate" at Faycttevillc High School. The production crew is preparing the 17 scenes used in the Cole Porter musical which will be presented by the senior class at 7:30 o'clock on . the evenings of May 7, 8 and 9 at ;hr school's student center. Bill Lavender, state manager announces the following technical staff: Greg Gilbert is assistant stage manager and the crew is composed of Joy Lynn Williams. Nancy Roach, Marcia Vandor- griff. S a l l y Scott. Janice Gab bard, Ann Gray and Phillip Fine. Janelle Buchanan and Tores* Thurston are hookholders. and Bob Haley and Jerry Smith arc lighting chairmen. Julie Sisemore is in charge of the costume committee com posed of Margaret Mullins Shcryl Michels, Janet Masterson. Gcraldine Stephens. Pam Skclton, and Sherry Hardy. Debi Kreie is chairman of the properties committee and is assisted by Donna McClelland Lori Orion. Barbara Frost and Mellie Brown. Make-up is under the direc tion of Ann Gray, chairman. Jan Brooks, Jayne Gregory Pam Sharp. Debbie Hudson Sheryl Smith. Linda Dockery Kitty Carnes. Pat Gooding Donna Davis. Linda Slaughtei Marvin. Sally Scott. Missy Pool. Jindy Kuls. John Crook and levei'ly Wheeler. Doug Myers is house manager and ushers are Joel Easley, Sheri Geiscr. Don Bohannan, Lyn Heiple. Windy Austin. Steve hooper, Mic Wommack a n d Buddy McCutchcon. Tickets may be obtained from any senior or by calling 4431481, extension 22. for reserved scats. and Cindy Ferguson. Handling publicity is Steve Collins, chairman. Joan Me Donald. Pam Stiles. Mike Wai den. Sharon Anderson. Cathj Frnns. and Mondella Beaty. Cindy Tuck is handling tick ets for the production. Her com mittee is composed of Kenny 1EENS 6 · N«rthw«it Arfconta* TIMES, Thun., April 24, 1969 FAYJTTIVII.UI. A»KAN«»« . . SWEEPSTAKES WINNING DEHATE SQUAD /rmi! Icjt. fop. Linda Grcgor;;, Joe Cofldecll. Bob Haley, Scott Stephens, and Larry Li'nr. Bollom photo. Randall Oxford. Marilyn Scrogfls and Linda Fur.si, wil/i siuccpsfakcs trophi'. (TIMESphotos by Ken Good) Talent Contest Set Flans are being formulated lor the A r k a n s a s Teen Jamboree Talent contest w h i c h is h e l d ' c.ch vcar in connection w i t h e r the second six week period t'-c Sta-c Dairv Festival at L i t - ' o f the second semester for hl- k i n s School has been announced. Honor students arc: Seventh grade: N i k k i Relote. Jo Ann Brown. George Carpcn Elkins Honor Roll Announced El.KINS -- The honor roll , Drummoncl. Leonard Gabbaro. tie Rock J u n e 1020. i n d i v i d u a l s and groups who v.iiit In p a r t i c i p a t e in the con b l . i i i k i n Il'.c i-ouniy extension i 01'ice- in Bcnlonviile and Faye-i submitting i Awards Made IIL'NTSVILLE D o n a l d Beverly Hankins, Ronnie Harris, Ivclla Hatch. Rcgina Judy. Kelly Lewis. Rebecca Tannchill, Dehi-a Toney. Janice Vinson. Duane Whetham. Sonja Ward, Tina McGuire. Murlonc Runyon. Eighth grade: Geneva Carpcn ter. Carol Stewart. Jon Tanne hill, David Laton. Susan Stewart, Carolyn Easley. Laura Gox- ter Ellen Hattubaugh. Brenda Hughes. Sandra Springston. Alela Wilson. Shawn Hancock. Ninth grade: Mary Ziohr. phens was awarded best boy debater. Also adding points for the sweepstakes trophy were the teams of John Alexander and Stephen Spencer w i t h a three- one record, and Barbara Brannon and Marsha Vandergriff with two wins and two losses. In individual events Fayctte- villc had two firsts and a second in oralory obtained by Linda Gregory Kandall Oxford and Joe Cogdcll. Miss Gregory and Oxford also placed second in oral interpretation and Cogdell won first place in extemporaneous speak ing following by Linda Furst who was second. Bccki Carson participated in oral interpretation of prose and poetry. The squad is coached by Mrs. Wallie Ingalls and was acco- lanied by assistant coach. Miss Patty Howe and Mrs. Sybil Lipe The public is invited to at- end the speech department's mnual award's night May 1,1, ·U 7:30 o'clock in the Student Center and the Showcase Assembly. Wednesday, May 14. at 8:30 a.m. Banquet Held HUNTSV1LLE - "Tahitian Holiday" was the theme of this year's Junior-Senior banquet of the Kingston High School held earlier this week at t h e Crossbow Restaurant in Hunts- ille. W. R. Hart was the featured speaker. The room was decorated with red and white streamers and featured an is- and of palm trees, grass hut. lula girl. A water mural, behind the speaker's podium, also carried out the theme. E a c h $ucst was presented a lei. Music for the prom which fol- owed was provided by the 'Backdoor Men." SI, Joseph's Names Winners E i c k Stubblefield and Ann B r a n d o n ninth graders at St. Joseph's Catholic School, were named winner and runner- up, respectively, in the school oration contest last week, held under the auspices of Modern Woodmen of America. Rick is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Stubblefield and Ann's parents are Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Brandon. Each will receive an engraved plaque and their names will be engraved on the school's permanent trophy which lists winners from 1965 through 196!). Commemorative gold pins will be awarded Maureen Strobel. Jeff Montgomery, Marti Charon, Peter Reagan and Mary Gayle Alexander, ranking finalists. Honorable mention goes to Debbie Walters. Judging contestant's orations on, "Family Unity in Our Changing Times." were Joyce Rutledge, Lou Rand and Bill Strickland, graduate students in the department of speech at the University of Arkansas. Decatur Names Honor Students DECATUR -- The honor roll for the fifth six-week period at Decatur Schools has been announced by C. A. Evans, prm- "': i -,',!» {.'.c ;'·{* i'i each ..... .r:.". w : : i compete in tiie slate'Stone was named Star r a r m c r , Ku tJPn lom p S0 n. Connie King. i - - : i v i : l . of the Huntsville Chapter r : Georgia Stephens. Ronnie Be-- F u t u r e Farmers of America a t i l o t o . Ruby Stokenbury, Robby Council O f f i c e r s .« l'a,,quc-t held earlier this'.Turno ! i l i i s month. , l l l t h grade: P a n 1 e 1 1 c . . . i Fields. Bruce Joe. Jo Carter. K Other FFA awards went to! K»d,, Carol Allard. Me- Hit!h School Student Donald Jones, f a r m incohanics: held last GreR T;)V | m . livestock: Keith ' M u r r . home and f a r m ; Ronnie ' · ' · i c - s lor the McCoy, leadership and Billy MV':- ,-n- Kubv Thomas, dairy. 'im-ider.t anil A w a r d s were j-rcsenlccl by | ch-iar. u-easur-jKrnPst Spurlock. chapter ad .visor. __. _ TOP TEN Hth grade: Linda Carpenter Carol King. Debbie Springston Joyce Turner. Kathy Clark, Oe lores Stephens. Jim Vaught Sandra Smith. 12th grade: Paula He-skew Susan Miirlcy. Nina Pitts. Donna Lewis. Pain Shaekleford Chis Walker. Lonnie R o a c h ·i ,.i '.he v.e'.-k compiled by Nancy Gilbert, based :^crs t h c i r . f o l v c s . :'.ins:rne In i V i - y I l i i p p y 5th Dimension Cowsills Xombirs Rlood Sweat Tears Glen Campbell Tommy Koe Classics IV ( i a r v P u c k e l l / U n i o n Gap Simon A G n r f u n k e l Sleppenwolf Entries Accepted For Miss Teenager Girls in Northwest Arkansas area, interested in competing in the 1969 Arkansa Miss American Teenager Pageant my secure entry forms by writing the director Mrs. R. E. Hale. P.O. Box 804. Brinklcy. Ark. Conteslants must be ,,.and between Ihe ages of 1.1 and Delegates Named SILOAM SPRINGS - Four students of the junior class at Siloam Springs High School have been named delegates to attend Girls State at C a m p Robinson June 8-14. They are Jean Elizabeth Terry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Terry: Debbie Mae Finn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Finn, Mary Catherine Nokes. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Nokes and Ruth Ellen Wood, daughter of Mr. and . Honor students are: Seventh grade: Keith Addington. Bobby Austin. Judy Brown. James Duncan, Rebecca Gates. Viah Goodlett, Kenny Johnson, Bill McCollum. Billy Montgomery, Larry Moore. Clara Re- ne'au. Paula Wilmoth. Eigth grade: Steve Amos, Jan Austin. Ton! Brandon. Leand Denard, Ronald Foreman, Ronnie Guss. Mrs. Clayton Wood. Mrs. Ray Henry Girl: State Chairman for the Siloam Springs American Legion Auxiliary. Other sponsors are K ; wanis Club and Rotary Club. Guthrie. Nancy Harrington. Jackie Haw sins. Donna Hoffman. Mike Ke enom. Pamela Redmond, Kenny Russow. M i k e Stellmon. Finis Wilmoth. Ninth grade: Buddy Austin, JoAnna Edmiston. M a r t h a Evans. James Moore. Rita Rankin. Chuck Wilmoth, Ralph Wilmoth. 10th grade: _-. Glenda Dickinson. Patsy Knox Lisa Leeman. Donna Meigs Jonve Ncuwirth. Sandra Siler ORATORY WINNERS . . . Rick Stubbtejield and Ann Brandon, this gear's Woodmen of America oratorical contest winners. (TIMESphoto of Ken Good FFA Plans Annual Rodeo *h* second annual rodeo, .ponsored by the Fayetteville High School Chapter of Future farmers of America will be held Alay 9 and 10 at the Washington County Fairgrounds. The show is scheduled to start at 8 o'clock each night and first and second place buckles will e awarded. Entries open at 8 a.m. on Friday, May 9, and close at I p.m. An entry fee of $5 will assessed. Judges for the event, open to all high school students, are 'rank Scaramuzza and Bill L,ewallen. The arena director is Bob Sutton and secretaries are Oleta Mabry and Marlene Ceil Phillips wffl b» Qi» announcer and Larry McCarver the rodeo clown. Stock producer is Kenneth Moms pf Westville, Okla. Events include bareback ride- ing, calf roping, barrel racing bull riding and ribbon roping. A special event, open to Fayetteville FFA boys only, to a shovel rac«. ^^^B F»r UN In Mtn's Formal Wear Rtntak- MR. TUX MZN.WettAT*. -- K1-3M! OVER 150 PAIR Women's and Children's CANVAS SHOES Great Assortment Of Colors and Styles Made by U.S. Kcd Reg. 4.99-5.99 Sizes: Narrow and Medium 3hoe*ii Tree Evtlyn Hills -- Downtown Dolly Smith, Karen Wilmoth. , llth grade: Vikki Addington Patrick Becker, Karen Browning. Tom Edmiston. Linda Fore Denny Jackson, Brenda Knox, Bev Meek, Betty Mont gomery. Pam Morton, Mel Smith. Martie Swcetland, Sher ry Tucker. Kenny Webb. Terrj Wilmoth. 12th grade: Vcrnon Austin 4-H CLUB NEWS Elkins Club discussed a prac tice barbecue, dress hoeft. Jimmy Brown demonstration day at the April Browning. Peggy Corbin, Dor Frank Leeman, Larry Manos leaders and one new member. Barbara Meek. Judy Neuwirtti Reports were given by Patsy 17. The Arkansas pagenat will Debbie Peterson, Dorothy Rus Byron Smith. Rick Wald and David Laton presented in Little Rock, June 6-7, rip. Janet Wilmoth. The pageant girls residing in areas where there have been no local or area preliminaries, such con- This shoe has gusto! at the April meeting held at testanls enler on an "at-large" Sunset School. There were 10 members, t h r e e leaders and sanctioned preliminaries Bicycle in the park or stroll through the country in Emerson gave a demonstration also compete at t h e state Hiirold Smith. Kurt Doege Jovcc Rnelil. Charles Ziehr. this handsome shoe. It's the look you want w ; th pant$ and pleated skirts. IN I I I ICI LL II1S Two new things afoot...status things... pant suit things.. .in the thick of things for doing your own thing with a flair! Personality designs gleefully Bone and Bourbon I DOM DAD Of Sizes: 5-10 B.AA-AAA Colors: · Black · Goldtnrod Tree Evelyn Hills - Downtown Evelyn Hills -- Downtown

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