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Image 2 of The Kentucky Kernel, April 27, 1956

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TIIK KENTUCKY KERNE!.. Friday. April 27. fi Ifl.-.- Clark Named Prexy Of Historical Society Dr. Thomas. I). Clark, head of tlio Department of History, lias lx'cn elected president of the Mississippi Valley Historical Association. This association is generally authorities on the South and the recognized as the top historical so- frontier. His new book. "Frontier ciety in America. America," is scheduled for publicaDr. Clark was elected at a weektion this summer by Charles Scrib-ner- 's end meeting of the association in Sons. Pittsburgh. He succeeds Dr. EdAmong ward C. Kirkland of Bowdion Col- books are: Dr. Clark's best known "The Rampaging Fronlege. tier;" "The Kentucky," one In the Dr. Clark, who holds the rank of "Pills, "Distinguished Professor of His- livers of America series; history Petticoats and Plows," a tory," served In numerous rapaci- of the Southern country store; ties in the society. Among other "The Southern Country Editor," a positions, he was study of the rural weekly newsand councilman. paper in the South from the Civil On May 9, Dr. Clark will travel War period; "A History of Kento the University of Oklahoma for tucky;" and "The Rural Press and the observance of the first two the New South." volumes of the "Southern Tribal A native Mississippian, Dr. Clark Series," of which he is the general holds a A.B. degree from the Unieditor. The historical writings of Dr. versity of Mississippi, an M.A. from Clark have won him recognition as here at UK, and a Ph.D. degree one of the nation's outstanding from Duke University. vice-preside- nt Sigma ChVs Announce Ad Contest Winners Sigma Chls "Rcad-the-Adcontest, held in conjunction with the Best Dressed Contest and Style Show, was won by Mildred Lewis, 218 Arlington Avenue. The first prize was a free wash Job, grease Job, oil change, and ten gallons of gas at Fucci's Standard Service, and an orchid from Foushee's Florist. Second prize of a cuff link and tie clasp set from Kessler Jeelers was won by D. L. Rlcknell, 101.1 East Cooper Drive. The five third priies of a free Five-Min- it Car Wash by Jimmy Butts went to Nancy Boggs, 428 Kingsway Drive; Diana Gray, 620 Mitchell. Avenue; Judy Stoothoff, 129 East Maxwell; Bob Monarch, 340 South Broadway; and Jo Ann Axton, Keene-lan- d Hall, University of Kentucky. FOR THE FINEST IN REFRESHMENT TRY s" Kappas Purchase Lots For House 1 Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority has purchased two pieces of property, lots 43 and 44, on Rose St. opposite the UK tennis courts for the location of a new house. The property has been approved by University officials. The new house, which will be designed in modified colonial style, has been estimated to cost $125,000. will house from 40 to Vice President Frank 1). Peterson was recently honored by 48 girls. It Peterson Honored For Outstanding Work J fee cream Block from University 820 S. Limcstono St. High St. and Cochran 944 Winchester Rd. 7 the Southern Association of College and University Business John T.Gillig andAssociatesx PetOfficers in recognition of his outstanding work in management architect, met with Frank D. plans erson this week to discuss md finance. for the new house. Peterson was presented with a plaque by the association during its annual three day meeting at Memphis, Tcnn. on April 12, 13, and 14. The award, the first of its kind given, read, "The Southern Association of College and University Business Officers wish to place on record their esteem for Mr. Peterson. As past president and outstanding leader in this association, as the chief business officer of a jjreat university, as a director of the National Federation of College and University Business Officers' Association, and as organ-i7e- r of a meritorious program in management and finance, lie continues to serve the South and the Attention Students, Faculty and Graduates! DO TEXT BOOKS Oj ON ALL P fr'- - V Vation. 'Imagination, straight thinking, perseverance, loyalty, unselfishness all these qualities characterize this distinguished gentleman and jreat friend." The Southern Association of College and University Business Officers is one of four such regional organizations in the country. T- SUBJECTS! JJ ' v.--- ! Education V English Commerce a I or-- h Vt . lv' '- rig -:"" ' " If yv 5 ' " ' t n Lj 5 Economics x w Excellent Reference Books - Rf $.' What a Ag riculfurc f Government Chemistry BRIDE Candlelight gleaming on satin . . . a mist of tulle soft as starry eyes . . . your Wedding Portrait is the only way to catch and hold the loveli ness of your Wedding. Day. Plan your Portrait as Carefully as your wedding. Visit our Studio now, ee what a beautiful bride YOU will be . . . in your Wedding Portrait, too! Your Portrait Deserves The Very Best! Adorn Pcpiot Studio Wellington Arams PHONE 2-74- 66 THESE ARE DISCONTINUED BOOKS AND OLD EDITIONS BUILD YOUR LIBRARY AT THESE BARGAIN PRICES! ... History Thousands To Choose From! J Q Q BO EC 405 SOUTH LIME ACROSS FROM SUB

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