Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 2, 1974 · Page 3
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May 2, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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FT*- FHS A (appella Captures First At St Louis The A Cappella Choir at Fayetteville High School. Arkansas' lop choral group, added another prize to their record when they captured first place in the Six Flags Over Mid-America Choral contest held recently at St. Louis Mo. The FHS choir was judged top winner in the invitational contest which featured winners in s t a t e competitions in mid- America. Groups representing Michigan. Indiana. Iowa, Tennessee, Kentucky, Illinois and Arkansas competed. Two trophies were awarded d u r i n g the two-day competition between 22 high schools. The FHS Advanced Girls were named champions in their division and the A Cappella Choir took the overall champion choir trophy. Judges of the cnmpetitior were Irora the University ol Oklahoma. Southern Methodist University and Kansas State University. The event completes the choir's competition this year. They were accompanied by Don Wright, director. Perry Thomas and Mrs. Mary Necley (TIMESphoto By Kay Gray) CHORAL STUDENTS ADMIRE TROPHIES .. .members aj the A Capella Choir admire trophies earned al Six Flags over Mid-America Choral Contest. They are, from left, Brian Martin, Tom Pitts, Debbi Harvey and Cozy Barttett THE UNIVERSITY-NORTH ARKANSAS SYMPHONY AU Ballroom, Fayetteville FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1974 8 P.M. Rogers High School Auditorium SUNDAY, MAY 5, 1974 3 P.M. SYMPHONY CONCERT Conductor: Theodor Avitahl PROGRAM: BLOCK, BIZET, GRIFFES, SIBELIUS BEETHOVEN, RACHMANINOFF, PUCCINI, DEBUSSY, GERSHWIN SOLOISTS: Teresa Fream, Glenda Slobt, Ellen G. Hicks, Denise Oler, Lyndall CoHield, John. Purifoy, Rita Savage, Margie Austin, Mike Rice This program was assisted in part by granl-in-aid from the National Endowment for the Arts, through the Office of Arkansas State Arts and Humanities of the 'Department of Planning. ADMISSION FREE City Man Sues Two Over Threat Incident Chris Abbot, 10 Pamer Drive, Fayetteville, filed suit Tuesday in Washington Circuit Court against Don Kelly of Fayetteville and another person whose name is not known to Abbot. Abbot is seeking actual and punitive damages in connection with an incident \vhich he states occurred'on March 18. 1974 on Ra/orback Road in Fayetteville. Abbot says a car driven by Kelly attempted to run him off tlie road; and when Abbol stopped his car. the Kelly car ran into him. Abbot adds that the unidentified passenger Kelly's car seized him am threatened bodily harm. Abbot is asking $150 in pro perty damage. $1,000 in per spnal damages, and $2.000 puni live damages. Education Workshop The University of Aarkansas College of Education will con tluct -its annual Elementarj Education Spring Conference or the Fayetteville campus Satur day, according to Dr. Irvi mscy^ co-ordinator of clc mcnlary education. Dr. Robert G. Stephens, con 'erence c h a i r m a n , said the program will begin at 9 a.m. in h e Graduate Education Building. Keynote speaker for the con 'erence, will be Kerck Kelsey i member of the Science Editorial Services of Houirhtoi Mitflin Co. Kelsey will conduc workshop on the teaching o science in elementary schools with particular emphasis 01 questions and discussion b" workshop participants. BANDOLINO'S Set the Pace For Summer The look is soft, the colors ar» bright and beautiful. A. Stacked heel caslal In red, white, yellow or green buffalo calf 17.00 B. Mid-heel jandal in white or yelloww buffalo calf 15.00 SHOP NORTHWEST ARKANSAS PLAZA Station Entered Georjje Stowe-Rains. manage of the Skull Creek DX service station at Leverelt Avenue ant Berry Street, told Fayettevilli police this morning that thi station had been broken inti overnight. Police said t h a t only $1.50 i: pennies were missing and th office and cash register ha: been searched. Entry to the station wa gained by removing severa sections of glass from a doo and crawling through. 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An eight track stereo tape player also was reported stolen from a car owned by 1 Frances Taylor of Farmington while the car was parked at Campbel Soup Co. on West 15th Street. 10-Speed Stolen Clyde Kellogg of 436 Highland Ave. told Fayetteville police that a 10 speed bicycle was sto Icn from the front porch of his home April 27 or 28. The bike is valued at $30. Boston Stare III SHOP DAILY 10:00 A.M. TILL 9:00 P.M. ROBERTA LEE Costumes 49.99 REG. 72.00 New spring dresses with matching tang coats in 100% polyester jocquordU. ATI in spring tones of ivory, white, melon, pink, blue, mint, navy, and beige. A great outfit for any fashionable spring; or summer' occasion . . . at a great price. Boston Store III SHOP NORTHWEST ARKANSAS PIAZA Northw«i Arkania» TIMES, Thur*., May 2, 19/40 93 FAVITTIVILLI AMKANtA* MOTHERS The very special way to remember. COLLIER DRUG STORES TOO W. 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