Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 15, 1974 · Page 35
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 35

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 15, 1974
Page 35
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u · Northw«tt Arkcmseu TIMES, Wed.. May 15. )974 . ARKANSAS Awards And Scholarships Presented To High School Seniors The Senior Awards program at Fiyetteville High School was held Tuesday morning in Ihe school gymnasium. James Scroggs president of the school's chapter of the N a t i o n a l Honor Society welcomed guests and W. H. Duncan, principal presented the honor graduates. Listed in alphabetical order, the honor graduates are Michael Adams. Gary Atha. Becky Andrews. Karen Ball, Karen Barnes, Dwight Bayley, James Beall, Renny Berry Charlotte Black, G a i f B r a t m a n ; Charles Brown, James Bryan. David Chandler. Melanie Ann Chapman. Bill Cox. Jr., Teresa Flynn. .John Fouko, James Grilfin. Larry Harness, Freda Aim Hcplcr. Anne Hucke. Carl ImiiofI; Lcs Kirby Jr., Annette Kuroda. R u t h Ann Lanier. Leslie Ledbetter. Sheila Me- Whorter, Benny Mayes, Carolyn Miller. Marilyn Miller. Charlene Morrow, Walter Parkorson. L. Hrown Pendleton, Mark Penn i n g t o n . Robert Prenger; Elizabeth Rails. Dale Kam- sey. Dcbra Ann Rca. Laurene Reynolds. Carol Ann Riggs, ~ u r l Horn. Ann Schaefcr. Greg S c h a r I a u , James Scroggs, Russell Simkins, Charles Smith. Chantry Stnith, Rita Jean Smith, liuth Ann Stephens: Mary Ann Stephcnson, James Stewart, A n d r e w Stone, Dcbra Lynn StockUirger, .leffry Lee Stubblefiekl, Ian Sutherland. Mary Sutherland. Vickie Tyson, Donna Vaughn, Susan Ward. William Watkins, Caolyn Webb. Mary Wilkes. Erica Willbnnks, Phillip Williams and Kellc Woody. The presentation of scholarships and awards was made by John Lewis, a member of the School Hoard, and reprcscnta lives of local awarding groups. Representatives included Mrs. Theodora I l a l l i n , Alpha Delta Kappa: Marguerite Cowan. Business Education; Col. Lawrence G. Brown, Civitan. Keith Bobbins and David Moore, Kiwanis: M i s . M a r y Ingalls, Junior Civic League; Davic Lashley. Fayetteville N'oon Lions:' Mrs. Mill! Hood. Fay ctteville Educational Secretaries Association. Co-valcdictorian scholarships from the University of Arkansas went to James Bryan, Charles Brown, M a r k Sutherland. Carl Imhoff. Russell Simkins. Mary Ann Stephenson. Debra Stockburger, and Ruth Ann Lanier. Co-salutatorian scholarships from the same institution were awarded Rulh Ann Stephens. Donna Jean Vaughn and William Watkins. Recipients of Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) scholarships were Renny Berry, David Chandler, and Gary Atha. A FBLA Savings Bond was awarded Linda Harp. University of Arkansas music and band scholarships were awarded James Bryan, Kenneth Cox. Chantry Smith and Charles pjaslerling. Recipients of other UofA scholarships included Melanie Chapman, the Esther Bindursky scholarship; Russell Simkins chemical engineering: Caitlin Collier, physics; Simkins also received a corporate sponsored National Merit Scholarship. James R. Beall and William Vatkins received the Brown Engineering Award from Rice Jniversity. Watkins was also he recipient of Ihe McMullen Jeans Scholarship from Cornell University and the UA valedictorian scholarship. James Griffin was the recipient of scholarships from Oklahoma Baptist University a n d Arkansas Polytechnic College. T h r e e scholarships were awarded Lee M. Kirby Jr. They were from Carleton College where he was named a William Carlelon Scholar; a Nationa Merit Scholarship. and Broward Junior College Debate scholarship. A. Broward debate scholarship was also awardec Mark Pennington. Pennington received, in ad d i I i o n , scholarships from Michigan State, the University of Chicago a n d Loyola University of Los Angeles. A scholarship from Centre College of Kentucky and the eneral Henry H. Arnold Educational Fund award went to Howard Phelps. Carol Ann Riggs received a s c h o l a r s h p from Arkansas Polytechnic College and Ann Schaefer is the recipient of scholarships from Arkansas Stale University and Ouachita Baptist College. A National Merit Rockwin Fund Scholarship went to Mary Ann Stephenson and an athletic scholarship was awarded Lee Stubblefield to Henderson State College. The Johns Hopkins Grant Financial Aid Award went to fan Sutherland and James H. Stewart II received an appointment to the U.S. ' Air Force Academy and'Charles Smith an appointment to the U.S. Military Academy. Jeanie McKinney received J u n i o r Miss Scholarship; Therese Moore the Fayetteville Civitan; Regina Wilks, the Fay- etttevillc Noon Lions Club; and Betty Sharp the Fayetleville Association of Educational Secretaries. T h e O s c a r Williams Memorial Kiwanis Scholarship went to Kellu Woody and-Stevcn Buckley and Ann Schaefer were r e c i p i e n t s of the Club's scholastic recognition plaques. John Lowe was the recipient of the Junior Civic League art scholarship and Erice Willbanks received the high school national honor society award. T h e Daughters of the American Revolution certificate for good citizenship was awarded Mary Ann Stephenson with Becky A n d r e w s and Regina Wilks runners-up. An athletic scholarship from North Texas State University w a s presented Dick Mo- Cutcheon.'. ' ' '. T h e annual recognition program is sponsored by the F a y e t t e v i l l e Chamber of Commerce's · education committee, the school's guidance department, and the Socralic chapter of the National Honor Society. Choirs Combine To Present 'Spring Of '74' The choirs of Fayetteville High School will combine to present the annual concert, "Spring 'of 74" at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in the gumnasium. Choirs performing will include the A Cappella, the Mixed Chorus, Sophomore Girls^Choir, Advanced Girl's Choir also appearing will be the Madrigal Singers, a new group this year, the Barbershop Quartet, and the Choralettes will premeire their newest medley. Special guest conductor for the second consecutive year, Dr. Warren M. Angell from Shawnee. Okla. will direct the A Capeplla Choir with a number commissioned for Don Wright, director and the choir. Dr. Angell will also direct two selections he has composed for the combined choirs. An added attraction this year will be a pre-concert show from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Hobbies will be displayed in the main hall of the school, and exhibitors will be from the school and city. Interested persons may contact the school at for further information. In addition students choirs will present selections in the lecture roorn, near the south end of the main hall. Programs will begin at 15 minute intervals. 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