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May 8, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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1 .\MUNSAt TIMU, ArkoHM*. Thwtdoy, Mvf I, 1*11 til I 4 · imi « sdii 'in If The Best For LESS Fdger's CoHcc lb 74e Miiwell House lb.'. . . 72C w 25c jato Jack Sprat Mind Beans 27c 2 -- No. 2* Com I ' J«k Sprat Eirly June Peas 2 cons . 33c Svitikiitf Vinllla Wafers lOxn. lax 27c Pttir fan Peanut Butter, 20-01. Jor 48c PflMenti , RAISINS lb. . . . 19c Heinz Catsup 23c Gainti Dog Meal 5 I B s . . 63c LEMONS Doz. . . 35c Whit« Grapefruits for; . 29c JUICE ORANGES Doz. . . 19c Bollard's BISCUITS Con . . lOc I Corn King f BACON lb. . . . 33c ; Fancy FRYERS lb. . . . 39c round Beef lb. . . . 59c We Reserve the Right to Quantities MISSION STREET IRY To Students Scholarship Keys PresentedrTd Six; ', Convocation Held · Senior, scholarship keys .-- the highest academic honor awarded to any University of Arkansas, student-- were presented to six scholars this morning »t the 12th annual Honors Day convocation. ; Recipients of the keys were .the highest ranking senior students in their colleges. They were: P«tr!ri» Ann Smith, Fayettei'tlle, College, of Education, who had an accumu- litive' grade point average of.-S.H out of a possible B point! Hichard B. Naugie, Focahontas, College M Engineering, who had a ! grade point average of-$.41: W. Dane Clay, Little Rock, School of L«w, who had a grade point of 5.112; Howard McCartney, Barber, College of Agriculture, who had a grade point of S.S3; Waller Page Henry, Pittsburg. Kan., College of Business Administration, with a. grade point of 6,93;. ad Charles Milton Mclntosh.. Little flock, College of-Arts «nd-Sciences, with a perfect plnt grade average. Both Clay and.McCartney were graduated from the University In February. Clay is now associated with a Little Hock law firm and McCartney is a graduate student in the College of Agriculture at the University. Other awards given during the Honors Day convocation, at which Dr. Haydcn C. Nicholson, dean of University's School of Medicinei was principal speaker, were: Anon -Foundation medal and pin (or outstanding musical ability and achievement, to Bobby Jo Dunn, BooneviUe. Summer scholarship to the New York City financial district,- from the Joint Committee on 'Education ot the Graduate School of New York University and. .the. New York-Financial District, to Lewis' Cnllison, Rogers. · - · · · . Wall Street Journal award to the outstanding student In finance --BUI Rice. North Little Hock. Alfred Tile . Company '.accounting award of a $100 bond--George West, Waldron. H. G-Hotz award of f 100 16 the outstanding junior or senior'ln the UNION BUS DEPOT (03 N. Colltflt Phoni IS CMrttr . Bui for Oroup Tripi Go To Seed Brown Bros. Where You Can Ott Fresh Quality S«td Alio Bnby Chick. Hutched Ersty Tutidiy and Friday WEST CENTER ST. FAYETTEVILLE College of HuciHon--Billte Jo Moore, Hot .Springs. · Kippi tulti Pi awird of $Z5 to in outitandlng" lophoihor* -or junior in the College of Education --Henry Emerson Wood, Bentonville. Arkunsas Society of Professional Ensineers award to the dutstfnd- in| «enior engineer--Don Boling, Pine Bluff. TheUr Tau award to -the outstanding senior engineer -- Don Bolint. T. C. Mullini scholarship awards id an engineering junior--W. Donald Vamderalice, F»yct!eville, and engineering senior -- Edward K. Hensley, Texarkana. Tau Beta Pi award to the freshman engineer with the highest grado point--Robert Stephen Hoi- combe, Springdale. " ' Wir.nerr Ttmmrdtd Forensic Society awards to winners of the intramural debate tournament -- first place, Joe Goble, Parks, and Tom Richardson, Salem, of Acacia fraternity; aecond place, Margaret .B'jUard. Little Rock, and Flo Martin, Fort Smith, of Pi Beta Phi sorority. ..Fayetteville Community Theater award of $100 for the greatest artistic arid creative contribution to theater art during the year -Jo Carner, East Chicago,. Ind. .. Panhellenic trophyto the pledge class .having the .highest grade point--Pi Beta Phi pledge class, Margaret Bullard, president.'- . ' Alpha Lambda Delta award to the senior member with the highest grade point above 5--Patricia Ann Smith; certificate to senior member with a 5 point grade average or above, Nancy Lsne, Fayetteville. ;·' .. · ' - ' Delta Delta Delta scholarships --Rachel ·Reed,..Hindsville; Wanda Brewer. Malvern; Marie Morrison, 1 Huntsville, ... Fayetteville-A.A.U,W. Maude-E. Bunker award to the Junior or tenior woman on a basis of scholarship', siriniuneis of purpose, and contribution to University life -Betty Ann Lowe, Briggsvlile. Mortar Board .$100 scholarship on basis of scholarship, character and need--Jcari Button, Kunts- ville. .Alpha Zeta scholarship key to th^ male agriculture freshman with the highest grade point -Paul James .Thompson, Springdale. Phi Upsllon Omlcron award to the freshman home economics student on the basis of high grade and outstanding ability -- Nelia LUcrs, Fayetteville. Sigma Gamma Epsllon .W. A. Tarr.award'.toia geology student on a basis of. scholarship, personality .:and . leadership--Jacob Van Den Berg, Ridgewood, N. J. , Alpha Epsllon Delta- award to the' best premed itudent of the year--Jim Hatch, Balch. . Washington County .Medical Society award given on the basis of scholarship and character--Wayne Myera, Flushing; :;Long Island, N . y . · ' ···-.-,·-. · : .PHI Slgmi certificates to out- itanding.. uruSents. ' in biological ·clenciw--Wayne Myers, senior; Ruth Naomi:§te).wart, Clarksvilie, graduate. ' ; · - · ' . . . , f . Alpha Chi Sigma award to the outstanding- senior chemist or chemical t englnecr, James C. Emery, Little Bock. .. . Alpha',, Chi-- Slgm* ireshrfrsn chomjstrj'. 1 ''ejtam award--Howell Loming, Fayetteville',' Sigma Xi plaque for. research ability In .science--ftutledge Fred- crick' Ford, Hamburg. · Sigma Pi Sigma award to the outstanding-· student.. In general physics .-- Stacy /Stephens, Fort Smith. . - , - " · · - Pi Mu F,psilon Bob McAnich award for first place in a competitive calculus examination -- Joel Kent. .Baker, Rogers. . Evison-Risgall award to the outstanding jtsychology. student Emerson Foulkc, Joplfn, Mo. .Evison-Riggall award to the outstanding stulent in philosophy -William Ripley, 'Little RocX. Felix Christopher. M c K e a n award for poetry-r-first place, Carl Sclpji, Sparkman; -second · place, Edsel "Ford, Avoca'; honorable mention, Muriel West. West Fork. John Gould Fletcher award to a student in English, Irene Carlisle, Fayetteville. Chi Omega Jobelle Holcombe English a w a r d ' of $100 -- Jean Kratz, Winslow. .Sigma Delta Pi award to the member with the highest grade point, in Spanish--Robert Donald Rhea, Springdale. · Chi Omega award .to the.out- standing senior girl with a .minor in the Social studies--Jayne Poore, Little Rock. N Alpha Kappa Delta award for scholarship in sociology--Marjorie Button, Huntsville. Alpha Kappa Delta award for creative work in sociology--Cindy Shnw, Fort Smith. Many aquatic animals are easily killed by sudden changes in temperature. · Nests of many birds are built in the six-day period .required for forming and developing the first egg. .' An outstanding flavrfr--Junge'i Roman Meal Bread. 11-19-ti Ken "I with th* Umn--read th« Time* FREEDOM--Mil»*i Branovic rhide . international iwws refuting to ; return behind the Iron Curtain to his native Yugoslavia following the European tennis championships, at Rome. The 26-year-old star plans to live .in South Amer' ic», (NEA) . For 111 The rr Challenge Top ,,Party Command In Empire State Albany; N.' Y.,-OP)-S«ii. Estes ..-,,--. . _ Mff-liy iup'port amohi'New York State deletttek to-th« XMmocTttic National, Convention, opens .'state campaign headquarters' «6H»y in New York City. On ·» foray yesterday into rural Upstate New York, the Tennessee ttemocrat tossed a challenge .at, the'sUte's Democratic high command,' ifhich is' ieekiiig to corral New York's .94. delegates for its favorite son, candidate W. A'verell. Hariman. · Kefauver said he was "doing everything I can to get all the -votes .in New York." He; said that fiov. Thomas K Dewey's state would 1 go Democratic next fall if he, Kefauver were the'Democratic nominee, ..·'-·· ' · Earlier, the senator had declared his showing in the Florida and Ohio primaries Tuesday "practically assures my nomination." ,,' A t ' a Schoharie County Democratic dinner last night, Kefauver MORTON K l D I Z I V SALT ' f LAIN OR IODIZED I What are spring vegetables without Morton's? W H E N I T R A I N S termed himself i ^devout believer ' " He at- n . g r i B - . . e at- sertei ilhitr. the .people' htd the right not only to elect but to select their candidatei for, president "and not have their choices made ' ' FOLGER COFFEE, lb. . . 79c · , SWIFT'S Aljsweet Margarine iGgt your Sterling Silver; iSf half "price J ' r; ^2'MJ3.. 25c Country Fresh EGGS, Doz, ; . 29c SWIFT'S PURE LARD 3ct ' nb ; 39c Summer Is Here! Mexican Sugar Loaf Large Pineapple, each 49c In season agojn . . . a treat to put in your locker.... * . Velveeta Cheese, 2-lb loaf 79c Mi racle Whi p, qt. 45c BOr^iDEN.BiSCIUTS Makes for an easier job this summer 2 Cans 15c SWI FINING |Swift / srceCrearn,halfgallon69c| Fresh Green CORN A Chicken A Day Keeps the Wolf Aw Ay I Save the Chicken Industry of Northwest Arkansas Listen to KGRH "Food For Thought" daily at 10 a.m. for details of our gigantic chicken contest, .«" Try.it Today ·AKUt iOY CONNECTION ROU "mrM'i HUM nHM Mkt" 6 Ears 39c Green Beans, 2 Ibs 35c i Fresh Black Valentines * Iceberg LETTUCE Firm, large heads 2 for 25c Cucumbers, lb. . . 15c Firm for slicing MOTHER'S DAY · CONTEST ; 4 Lovely Potted Plants To Be Given. FREE To The Following: 1. The oldest MOTHER shopping in ^ the store this week-end. i2. The youngest MOTHER shopping in ' the store this week-end. 3. The MOTHER with "the most children shopping in the. store this week-end. ' . 4. The MOTHER who travels:the longest distance to shop at the Shopping Center this week-end. No Strings Attached--Just Be Sure To ·Have Mother' Come By 'and 'Register Thursday, Friday or Saturday. . Bacon Ends Pieces 5-lb. JQ · box / "C 'Excellent to season that poke salad and fresh greens that we^have in our produce department. Swift's - lb. Sweet Rasher Bacon, 35c Fresh Pork Liver, lb. 27c FRYERS 43c lb. Remember our fryers are cut up at NO extra cost. Packed ready for your locker. The price.is lower, the quality the Tost* a Sample ot Our Store This Weekend OMrtM* C(MMy

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