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Acton Free Press

May 1, 1958, Page 6

Acton, Ontario, CA

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Auburn Plainsman (Newspaper) - February 7, 1939, Auburn, Alabama Tuesday february 7, 1939 the Auburn plainsman Page three 6 delegates from Auburn at Kip meet in Georgia six delegates represented Auburn at the regional conference of Kappa Delta i National education society on saturday feb. 4, at the University of Georgia. The part that Auburn students took on the program was in the form of a panel discussion on a function of Honor societies in College delegates from a. P. I. Included Camilla Newberry Chancellor j. B. Brackin Headland c. V. Lyle double Springs i. Byrd Ozark s. R. Brannon Midland City prof. Edna j. Orr of the Auburn school of education. Objectives of Kappa Delta i were discussed by or. E. I. F. Williams Tiffin Ohio National recorder treasurer. Greetings to the delegates were or. Harmon engagement of miss Charles to or. Williams announced the engagement was announced sunday of Frances Taylor Charles daughter of or. And mrs. Francis Robert Charles it. Meigs to London Williams of Montgomery. Or. Williams is the son of mrs. Tallulah Mcgehee Williams and the late Clanton w. Williams of Montgomery. He is a graduate of Davidson College and of Alabama Caldwell president of the University of Georgia or. Walter d. Cocking Dean of the Rouege of education. University of Georgia Joe we Liams president of the Beta Kappa chapter. H. B. Ritchie Counselor of the Beta Kappa chapter presided Over the conference ence. Delegates were also in attendance from Tuscaloosa Montevallo Tallahassee fla., Durham n. C., Gainesville fig., Jacksonville fla., Rick Hiu s. C., and Nashville Tenn. I should patronize the Ideal laundry because it employs sixty seven negroes who Are either free of social diseases or under weekly care of clinic and who earn a fair wage and who come under the old age and unemployment insurance provisions Iota Alpha of Theta Upsilon to Honor National president miss Lillian k. Pontius of Philadelphia National president of Theta Upsilon sorority will arrive Friday feb. 10, for a visit with Iota Alpha chapter at the Alabama polytechnic Institute. She will be the House guest of miss Eleanor Horne. Many courtesies will be extended miss Pontius. A Buffet supper we a be Given by the chapter at the sorority room on Friday. On saturday a luncheon will be Given at the cupboard in Opelika honouring miss Pontius Patr Nesses faculty adviser and local alumnae. A Model pledge service jul be Given saturday evening. Miss Pontius we a be formally introduced to the College and faculty groups at a Tea sunday afternoon at the Home of prof. And mrs. F. W. Apples one. On monday she w�o1 be honoured with an informal luncheon by the Active chapter and on the same evening a theater party we a be Given. Mrs. William d. Sims or. Dee Foster of Birmingham former president of i chapter at Birmingham Southern w�o1 visit Iota Alpha chapter with miss Pontius. Mrs. Sims was appointed sex col Legio officer of province ii at the polytechnic Institute. At a. P. I. He received a degree in pharmacy and is now associated with the firm of Mcgehee Brothers in Montgomery. He is a Mem Iber of Alpha Tau Omega fraternity. Right or wrong a 2-minute test for Telephone users 1. The Bell system handles a ont 2. One of the first uses of vacuum 48,000 Telephone Calls per minute tubes was in telephony years before commercial radio telephony. Right a wrong a on the average. Right a wrong a 3. The largest Telephone Cable used 4. The Bell system employs about by the Bell system contains 2424 As Many people As live in the City wires. Of Dayton Ohio. Right a wrong a wrong a 5. This is part of a Page taken from a Telephone Fli rectory published in the United states. Right a wrong a 6. Lowest rates to most out of town Points Are available every night after 7 p. M. And a Day sunday. Right a wrong a Olin l. Hill announcing his new Spring line tailored suits $22.50 up miss Lillian k. Pontius sorority convention in Chicago in june. Miss Pontius has recently visited i chapter at Birmingham Southern and Alpha Alpha chapter at the University. She win go from Auburn to Atlanta for a City association conference and then to Lambda chapter at Tau Hassee Florida. Oracles is Host at Tea at Smith Hall wednesday oracles Honor society for freshman girls was Host at the women student Tea wednesday afternoon at Smith Hall. Sandwiches and cakes were served to several Hundred students who called Between the hours of 4 and 6. The color scheme of Emerald and Gold was carried out with mints and Flowers. Tea was poured by Francene Breedlove president of oracles and members assisting in serving were Christine Blackburn Louise Hays Mary Irwin Claudia Wein Nemer Doris Copeland Emma Lou Farrior Jean Cogburn Emma Nell Parrish Jean Beasley Jule Tisdale jewel we son and Annie Lyde Lewis. All graduates in vocational Home economics have jobs a four girls graduating in january from the department of vocational Home economics education at Alabama polytechnic Institute have already been employed. Prof. Edna j. Orr of the school of education announced that Thea Dunn Daviston has accepted a position As teacher of vocational Home economics at five Points Almeda a dredge Liberty As teacher of vocational Home economics at Athens Lucile Gaines Crossville As teacher of vocational Home economics at new Brockton Mary Hulsey Oden Ville with the farm Security administration As assistant farm Home supervisor of Franklin county. Dorothy Summers who we a Complete the vocational program this summer has been employed in the Colimbus a City schools teaching Junior High school Home economics classes. Classes in dancing Are now offered to professors professors it Alabama polytechnic Institute May soon abandon the Waltz Lor Rumba Fandango or Lambeth walk. That is if the Learned pedants take advantage of the Opportunity proffered by aug bump a physical education department for brushing up on dance Steps. Scene of the faculty dancing class w�o1 be in the girls gymnasium every monday night. Instruction will be Given those who wish to Leam new Steps and to beginners. A if you can to dance come we a show you How a reads the invitation of the physical education department. I Kappa Phi sponsors dance Friday night amidst the colourful surroundings of Bibb Graves Center the i Kappa Phi fraternity of Auburn held its annual dance last Friday evening. It was a gala week end for the i Kappa Phil a their dates and their guests. Included in the entertainment besides the formal dance Friday night was a Buffet Slipper after the dance and a Tea dance saturday it Moon. The members pledges and their dates also attended the a a a club dance saturday night. Miss Sarah Catherine Walker of Jasper led the dance escorted by George Hiller president of the chapter. All the members and their guests were unanimous in their enthusiastic approval of the dance As one of the most enjoyable of the formal dances Given on the Campus this school year. The committee was congratulated upon the Lovely entertainment during the week end. A of the dancers expressed their Delight As the Auburn knights orchestra strutted their stuff in a program of swing music. Favors were Diamond shaped Mother of Sirearl lockets bearing the coat of arms of i Kappa Phi. The Mem Bers were identified with Gold medallions bearing the coat of arms. The dance was chaperoned by mrs. Stela Foy Wiliams their Chaperon. Assisting her were or. And mrs l. N. Dim can or. And mrs. Ral ii Draughon or. And j. M. Robinson or. And mrs. Paul Irvine Dean Zoe Dobbs mrs. L. Y. Dean mrs. Janie Reed mrs. Ruby Hart and or. And mrs. Herman Jones. The picture was completed with the presence of a great Many Young ladies from Over the state among whom were Martha Mcrae Flor Ala Betty ferret hurts Boro Euzabeth Duff Americus a. Jean Gaines Dolton Ruby Morrison Auburn Gene Clark Opelika Alice Townsend Montgomery Evelyn Hiuer Jasper Inez Huggins Montgomery Laurie Campber Taylor Tuskegee Ceuta a a Lingsworth Montevago Sara fort Hairston Haynes due Lucy Frances Payne Birmingham Margaret Smith Birmingham Annie Moon Ashland Doris Greene Lagrange a. Margaret Lindon Leeds Sarah Cathrine Walker Jasper. For rent Small furnished or unfurnished apartment. 342 South Gay. Phone 551-j. Lost Black and White dip design vacuum Type sch Affefa Fountain pen. Return to 238 East Glenn. Phone 471-w. Coal phone 11 Consumers Coal co. Room for rent for 2 boys. Gas heat. Very close in. 153 Burton St. Phone 520-j. Auburn a most modern cafe tasty foods prompt service Auburn Grille air conditioned biological aspect of War to be lecture subject a lecture a War in its biology cals aspects a we a be Given Here by or. James g. Needham professor emeritus of the department of biology and entomology at Cornell University on feb. 17 at 8 of clock in Langdon Hau. Or. Needham an authority on water insects is in route to Florida and the West indies correcting them. He was retired As professor at Cornell three years ago. The Auburn concert series is sponsoring or. Needham a lecture which w�o1 be free to the Public. There we a be a meeting of the business staff in the plainsman office wednesday night at 8 30. Milk shake 5c malted milk with ice Cream 10c Tiger Coffee shop next to Pitts hotel to her j heart Send a Valentine february 14 Burton a Bookstore a something new every Day soda sandwiches cigarettes a 15c per package popular brands Cut rate drugs Rothenburg s Walgreen Agency drugs Opelika Ala. Kodak Bantam spec i Deans Standard Black and White enlargement size 2 3-4 x 4 inches. Compar rapid shutter 9 speeds 1 to 1 500. When dosed cover protects Range finder elements As we As Lens and shutter. Extra hard Brilliant enamel finish with raised aluminium ribbing. Stainless steel and chromium fittings. Robert Littleton Johnston prices Kodak Bantam special Complete with Tan sole leather sportsman a Field Case $87.50. Tan leather combination Case for camera and 3 Lens attachments $7. Kodak Fum no. 828 8 exposures plus a super xxx anatomic a or infrared $.25 anatomic or super a $.20. Kodachrome film no. K828 k828a for photo flood lighting8 exposures $1.35, including processing. Burton s Bookstore a something new every Day 8282828282828 old j. R. Moore jeweler amp optometrist Opelika a phone 120-j All makes of watches silverware a diamonds repairing a specially or. Starling Johnson eyes scientifically examined glasses correctly fitted broken lenses duplicated 828282828282828282828282828282828282828282828282 Valentines Day february l4th the a Iii est How of Candy in America we recommend Whitmen a Sampler richly decorated for Valentine i Day.l7oa.-$1.50. Also 2. 3. 3 lbs. The Hest Hom of Candy at $1.00 in. Here is the oot standing Box of Candy in America at its Price. Velentine decorated 1 sl.00. Also 30c, t2. <3 and �?�3 tires. And heart boxes starting at Soe filled with Whitman s of Mont confections. Ord Newl Benson s we Lead a others follow ;