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Name Committees for Annual Sun Carnival Art Show; Dates Set to- Aft UhlMt « * 3w* Camhr*l INC* <tey to Co** nun**, of the Kl PM» Arti«U AMB. ttue Mweirtoa. tetcther wKh ib* SUB C*r*ir»l M* Te*M WMlM Col!«•«. Col!«•«. it tponMrinc toe e*hibh, DttM for the itewinl hare b*ee set for Dee. It-Jen. • at the Cotton M UM Tew *rr*n« emeate tad *u- wlU be Mto Ver« Wi»e. Teei Mi* Eliot Hermann, Mrs. Loi» Denton, Richard Lieht. Art. Enid AMen, Ml* Elois* Hobble Hobble and Mr. Thuriton. Correspondence will be handled "iy Mrs. Grace Smith. Mr*. Vivian •;«ntreU, Mrs. PtuL.Csiwthorn and 'Jtin Helen BilgerV -:^: X .,., ' A receiving and hanging committee committee is composed of Manuel Acos;a. Acos;a. Misi Molly Thurtton and Mrs. Delores Peterson. Prize* for the exhibit will be handled by M. S. Potter, Joe O'Neill, Bichard Ucht and Mr. Thuriton. Carl Cofar, Gale Llndsey and Alee Cowen will handle publicity. Entry, blanks for the exhibit will be received until Dec. «. Residents of Texas, New Mexico and Arizona, including artists of thete states now living outside of the states, arc elifibl*. AH entries must b* original in design and execution Mr. Thurston Thurston said. Each artist may submit two entries. An artist of national reputation will be one of -the judges. The artist will be named later. Ribbons for first, second and third prize, and honorable mentions will be given to entries. Doctors Get in 2 Ctnts* Worth; Tot Kt«ps Change •v United .PrtM PORT WORTH, Nov. ».—Doctors got in their two cents' worth, but two-year-old Mary Croarkin kept the change. -, The Fort Worth tot emptied her piggy bank yesterday and popped three pennies into her mouth. The child was hospitalized when she began choking, and doctors located two of the pennies with a fluroscope and removed them from her throat. The third cent was in her stomach. stomach. Nature would remove that, doctors Mid. Train Kills 19 Pilgrims Returning From Festival Bv Associated Press IRAPUATO, Mexico, Nov. 22. — Nineteen persons returning from religious pilgrimage were killed yesterday when a freight train crashed into their truck at a grade crossing here, 160 miles northwest of Mexico City. The pilgrims, from Mexico City, had been attending a religious festival festival at San Juan de Los Lagos, near Guadalajara.

Clipped from El Paso Herald-Post22 Nov 1951, ThuPage 4

El Paso Herald-Post (El Paso, Texas)22 Nov 1951, ThuPage 4
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