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Northwest Arkansas Times (Newspaper) - May 23, 1968, Fayetteville, Arkansas farihwert Arfcqntqt TIMES, Tnuri., May 23, 1968 WEST FORK DELEGATES-Selected to attend Girls State, June 9-15 from West Fork High School are from left Sandra Smith and Cecelia Dodson. Sandra is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Smith and Cecelia's parents are Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Dodson. Representatives to Boys State, June 1-8, are Randy Skelton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Skelton and Larry Little, son of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Little. Vest Fork Graduation Set SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENT Dianna Thompson, El- kins High School senior has been presented a scholar- ship from the Arkansas Con- gress of Parents and Teach- ers. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Murl Thompson of Route Fayetteville, she plans to attend the University of Ar- kansas and will major in education. 2 Outstanding Students Hamed Al St. Joseph's Ann McGetrick and Marl Alexander received the out standing Catholic Youth Organ i zation award at an assembl; held Monday afternoon at SI Joseph's School. The students names are in scribed on a plaque kept in th school library and each ceived a plaque with the ir scription CYO Award 1968. Th award is given annually t stunulate leadership and cha acter development, v.jilerit badges for carryin the responsibility of safety pe trpl with honor were awarde Danny Capstick, George Franks Ricky Stone and Mark Alex ander. .Pins for outstanding citizei ship and scholastic achievemen were presented to Melissa Wa ker, Stephen Fox, Susan Buche Ernest Lucas, Andy Luca Ann Woodward, Julie William Paul Leonard, Mark Paulisse: Tojn McGetrick, Mark Prenge Jimmy Stewart, Susan Sea b r o u g h, Tim Ernst, Mar Raley, Ann Brandon, Paul Boli and Terry Ernst. Certificates for high scholas tic achievement in the Natio al Educational WEST FORK The 49th an- ual commencement exercises r the graduating class at West ork will be held Friday at 8 m. in the High School Gym- asium. The program includes pro- "Pomp and Oircum- by Miss Lola Walling; ivoeation by Scott Clifton; ledge of Allegiance, led by rorman Johnson; welcome ad- ress by Ricky Dunbar, senior ddress, by Dorie Keck; "You'll ever Walk sung by haron Martin, Linda Boyd, tartba Mathews, Oarla Benson nd Shirley Nevin and accom anied by Janice Newlin anc ntroduction of Dr. Robert M. ;oelfs of the Education College the University of Arkansas' raduation speaker, by Seth Tiompson. Frank Wenzel, superintended f West Fork Schools, will pre- en t the 26 graduates, James Newlin, member of the Boarc Education, will give the di lomas. The graduates will sing the Alma Mater, followed by the jenediction by Janice Newlin and the recessional, "Hearts nd by Miss Lola Vailing. Graduates include Scott Clif- ton, Delores Cayton, Shirle; Nevin, Janice Newlin, Ricky Dunbar, Dorie Keck, Beverl; Ackley, Bob Benson, Lindi Graduating Class Increases To Four BIRNEY, Mont. (AP) Gov Tim Babcock lunched on bar beque in a driving rain, thei diplomas to the four members of the eighth grad graduating class Wednesday i this southeastern Montana com munity of 20. "I particularly enjoy thi graduation because the class i just twice the size as mine whe graduated from the Cracke Box Creek School System, Di trict 3 of Dawson County, i Babcock, the Republics candidate for re-election .said. The two-room school has students in eight grades and tw teachers, one of whom als serves as principal. tests went to Ann McGetric Mark Alexander, Cathy Mi more, Sandra Stanberry, Terr Ernst and Jim Bolt. Father Edward Maloy pr< Development sented the certificates. oyd, Shirley Drummond, ames Evans, Glynda Everett, onald Fox, Ronnie Graves. Allan Hardin, Delores Hutch- ns, Alfred James, Norman ohnson, Larry Kichline, Ken- eth Lindabury, Sharon Mar- in, Martha Mathews, Deon Mc- doo, Anita Newkirk and Larry tout. Youths Heeded As Volunieers Af VA Hospital Teen-agers are invited to rork on volunteer basis at the 'eterans Administration hospi al here during the summer rogram, according to Karl S Vickie, hospital director. Boys nd girls at least 16 years o age will have an opportunity o work one or more days each week in various areas of the lospitai. The youths will be assigne oth gave birth to their first ba lies at Magee Women's Hospi al. Both infants weighed thi pounds, 5 he mothers are sharing the same room. NEED CASH? Sell your "don't needs" with a TIMES Classified Ad. Phone HI 2-6242. ENJOY A Theake WEEK-END AT YOUR STERLING Evelyn Hills STORE Fayetteville OWN A WEALTH OF BEAUTY IN THESE REPRODUCTIONS AT BUDGET-LOW PRICES! Open Daily 9 to 8 Except Man. Thurt. 9 to 9 Exclusive Framed Pictures Wide Choice of Subjects 99 To 12 99 Compliment your home with these beautiful brushstroke embossed prints 29x52" overall sizes. Each one matt- ed with linsn or velvet. 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