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SUNDAY, MARCH 30, 1952
ME DAILY TAR HEKL
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Jf , SIX TOP-HOTCH AUTHORITIES in press and commercial
photography and in the science of photography who will serve as
instructors in the Southern Short Course in Press Photography
to be sponsored by the Carolinas Press Photographers Associa
alion here on April 3, 4, 5.
Tojk row left to right: Joseph Costa, photo supervisor. New
York Sunday Mirror magazine and chairman of the board of the
National Press Photographers Association; Joe Copps, vice-president
and general manager of. the famous Steve Hannagan press
telations organization; and Ion Mohler. General Eleclrics ad
vertising division, the "Clown Prince of Flash Photography".
I Bottom row: Ewing Krainin, roving cameraman who con
tributes to Fortune, Holiday. Town and Country, Vogue and
other publications; Adrian I TerLouw. head of Eastman Kodak's
camera club and school service, and Bruce HoerieL Washington
JT&ureau, Nev York Times,
Session Is Here
With several changes and addi
tions listed, the program was com
pleted today for the third annual
Southern Short Course in Press
PhotocraDhv to be held here
April 3, 4, 5.
Advance reservations indicate a
record or near record attendance
of press and commercial photo
graphers and picture editors of
the Southern states,, according to
Russell Grumman, director of the
Extension Division, in charge of
Fifteen nationally known ex
perts in various photographic
fields have accepted invitations to
serve on the faculty of instructors
-Topics of special interest to
newspaper executives who edit or
hand out the assignments for news
pictures will be featured at the
opening day's . program Thurs
day. This has been designated
"Editor's Day," and, while the
picture editors are urged to par
ticipate in all three days, their
needs will be given particular at
Lecturers for "Editor's Day
will be G. W. Churchill, manag
ing editor of the Nashville Ten
nessean and former picture edi
tor of Life magazine; Dr. Gelolo
McHugh, professor of psychology
at Duke University; Harold Car
ter, former Life cameraman now
with Sylvania Electric; and Ad
rian TerLouw, head of Eastman
Kodak's camera club and school
service; and Joe Copps, vice
president and general manager,
Steve Hannagarf Organization.
Daisy Mae Scragg OfDogpaizli
Becomes Bride Of Li'l Abner
Daisy Mae Scragg became the
bride of Lil Abner Yokum, son
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statute on academic eligibility,
does not have his name on the of
ficial ballot. It is not knows whe
ther he will take part.
Hortorf argued Wednesday in a
Graham dorm . discussion " to re
turn student government to the
students and rid it of the "clique."
The clique is described by the UP
nominee as a small group of old-
time campus politicians who still
run things from behind the scenes-
Barton, also in the dorm talk,
said he was not attempting to
win office, just to continue and
extend the policies that have been
carried on by the past three pres
idents. He proposed social rooms
for all dorms, completing the fac
ulty evaluation report, a uniform
cut policy, and a civil service plan
for presidential committees.
of Mr. and Mrs. Lucifer Yokum
of Dogpatch, Ky., yesterday morn
ing at the home of the groom.
The $1.35 ceremony was per
formed by Marryin Sam, we'.l-
known love-knot tier of Dog-
The bride wore a thigh-length
two-piece dress of otton: featur
ing an off-the-shoulder blouse of
green with black polka dots and
a black skirt with ragged hem
lines Her shoulder-length veil,
half -fashioned from a local onion
sack fell from a tiara of fresh
daisies. She carried a small bou
quet of daisies.
Red shorts designed with navy
blue and white polka dots and a
wide white waistband completed
the attire of the groom.
In attendance for the ceremony
were the groom's parents and his
uncle, Future Yokum.
Following the ceremony the
couple left for a wedding trip to
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