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Northwttt Arkanwi TIMES, Sun., Aug. 18, 1974 FAYITTKVH.LI, AKKANIA* 9A SELECTING CRAYONS FOR NURSERY SCHOOL A RAZOEBACK T-SHIRT TOPS THE SHOPPING LIST . . . Kettle Jenkins, 4Vz, with the help of her mother, Mrs. Kent Jenkins of Rogers carefully ponders the decis- - - - o f Larry Chipman, of. Mountain Borne -- a junior at U of A and member of Sigma Pi fraternity -- who ion. This will be Kellie's second year at nursery school. Â» assisted m his selection by Vicki Florer of Fayetteville, a V of A freshman Students Selecting Pena'/s And Paper And Pads Back to school shopping -seemed to be an enjoyable task for area students "caught at the chore by TIMES photographer Ray Gray. With the aisle of every store lined with school clothes, shoes, note book paper, pens, pencils, lunch pails, dorm room furnishings, etc. even the decisions for the proper colored notebook (with 96 colors to choose from) can take a little while. Nevertheless it is time for back to school shopping with classes to start in' area public schools August 26 a n d registration at the University of Arkansas August 27. The general consensus of students interviewed by the TIMES, ranging from nursery school to college, was that summer vacation has been fun but excit- ment of starting a new school year runs high. SECOND GUESSING "IN" FASHIONS ... are (l-r) Donna Devault, freshman at Farmington Junior High, Debbie Ricks, freshman at Doodland Junior High and Maxi Harp, Sth-grader at Farmington Junior-High SPACESHIPS OR SNOOPY? which lunch pail design to choose poses a problem for (l-r) Jed Shreve, 9, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Shreve and David Handle, S, son of Mr. and Mrs. David S. Handle. Both boys will be in the fourth grade at Root Elementary School. TimesPhotoes by Ray Gray RECORD ALBUMS ARE BETTER THAN SCHOOL BOOKS ... to this group of high school students who took time out to browse through the latest albums, (l-r,) Hoi Marshall, sophomore at Fayetteville High; Steve Black, junior at Fayetteville High; Lisa DeVault, senior at Farmington High and Tim Byrd, sophomore at Fayetteville High.