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KSU Mirror TAKEN FROM STATER FILES [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 20 December 1939
KSU Mirror TAKEN FROM STATER FILES ONE YEAR AGO TODAY —The Akron Buchtelite postponed the "Battle of Beauties" until after the Christmas holidays. Paul Ryan, then editor of the Stater, was notified by telegram. FIVE YEARS AGO TODAY—Prof. Roy D. Metcalf, band director announced that Kent State college will soon have a concert band composed of 80 to 100 pieces. ELEVEN YEARS AGO TODAY—Prof. C. F. Rumold entertained 50 students of his chemistry department at his home.
Irving Waterbury Takes Leading Role as Musical Production Begins [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 20 December 1939
Irving Waterbury Takes Leading Role as Musical Production Begins Freshmen continued to dominate leads in University theatre productions, when as a result of final tryouts Friday, Prof. G. Harry Wright cast Irving Waterbury in the leading role of "Jack" in the forthcoming production, "The Firefly." When this musical comedy by Rudolph Friml is presented March 13, 14, it will mark the third major undertaking of Kent thespians this year and for the third straight time, a freshman will have the leading role. In the theatre's first production, "Ethan Frome," freshman Walter Krumm played the part of Ethan, while in the season's second production, "Beggar On Horseback," now in rehearsal, the lead has been intrusted in the hand of freshman Stanley Mouse. Mildred Sukrov as Nina, Geraldine Brown as Geraldine, Jack Jenkins as Jenkins, Clarak Biasella as Sybil, Bob Orpin as Pietro, Rachel Yount as Suzette, Nelson Llewellen as Herr Frantz, and either' Paul Critz or Carl Schlegel as Thurston, comp...
Coeds Act as Santa To Poor Families [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 20 December 1939
Coeds Act as Santa To Poor Families Instead of exchanging gifts among themselves at the Christmas party this year, Englemen women are bringing gifts of food, toys, or old clothing for poor families. The program for the pajama party to be held in the lounge at 10 p. m. Thursday is under the supervision of Mabel Esping. Phyllis. Martin will dance, Virginia Andes will give a Christmas reading and Helen Martin will sing "Santa Claus is Coming to Town" in baby-talk. June Snyder is in charge of refreshments.
Journalists Treat Kent's Poor Kids [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 20 December 1939
Journalists Treat Kent's Poor Kids Forgetting assignments, copy reader's symbols and all the other headaches of the journalist, men of the Kent Stater staff will devote their energies toward a big Christmas party to be given for 15 underprivileged I children tomorrow afternoon from 4 to 6 in room 110 M. Ted Charles, general chairman has made arrangements for a Christmas tree, presents, candy, yes, and even Santa Claus. The erstwhile newspaper men are in complete charge of entertainment for the youngsters, and will see to it that everyone has a good time. The children, all between the ages of 6 and 7, will be picked up in cars, entertained royally, and returned to their homes when the party is over. Others on the committee are: Jack Watts, Bob Kenyon, Bob Seese, Earl Vacariu, Gene Marthey, Hube Briars, Jack Harris and Bill Whalen. The identity of Santa has not yet been disclosed.
Library Will Open During Holidays [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 20 December 1939
Library Will Open During Holidays For the benefit of students desiring to study during the Christmas vacation, the library will be open Wednesday, Dec. 27 and Thursday, Dec. 28 from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. and on Friday, Dec. 29 from 9 a. m. to 12 noon. Reserve books which may be borrowed at your convenience on Friday, Dec. 22 from 7:50 a. m. to 4:30 p. m. should be returned to the library before noon on Tuesday, Jan. 2, 1940.
Glee Clubs Combine to Give Yuletide Concert [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 20 December 1939
Glee Clubs Combine to Give Yuletide Concert Dr. Weldon Williams To Give Piano Recital A combined Christmas concert will be presented tomorrow night in the-university auditorium at 8:15 by the university Women's and Men's Glee clubs. The Women's Glee club will be conducted by Miss Elfleda Littlejohn with Alberta Laughrey as accompanist. Prof. Bruce C. Handley will conduct the Men's Glee club with Alan Cope "as Both groups will I be assisted by Russel Armitage, violinist, and Lloyd Johnson, cellist. Dr. Weldon Williams will give a piano recital which will include "Evening Sevilla," "Curranda," and "Malaguena." Soloists on the program will be Grace Lambert, Rachel Yount, Nelson Llewellyn, and Irving Waterbury. Features of the program will be Protheroe's "Christmas Carol," "Say, Where Is He Born," from Mendelssohn's oratorio, "Christus," and the "Parade of the Wooden Soldiers" by Jessel. The audience is cordially invited to join the glee clubs in the singing of carols at the end of the ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 20 December 1939
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 20 December 1939
Stater Ads Bring Results I •' \ I Exclusive!! To You Men j I Manhattan - Styled \ I Pajamas and Shirts \ Green's Clothing Store N. Water St. Kent, Ohio Courtesy of Kent State High Journalism Class Advertisement by Bette Curtiss Visit Our Beauty Bar . . . For That Special Gift Here you will be sure to find a gift for Her. A gift that will make Her still more beautiful and one that She will really appreciate. It is easy and economical to choose a gift from our wide selection at our Beauty Bar. See the d'Orsay creations, Coty sets, Wris-. ' ley's-Cologne in hobp ijjfl nail bottles, Hudnut, 1 \Jv ) Evening in Paris and A«U j&amp;Sfl^IjAJ J other famous brands. I\j // / There are other small M R gifts too, nail sets, etc. ► cAjB-DES cQ FIFTY CENTS' FOR MEN: McKesson's men's sets at 98c. They include after shave lotion, talcum, shaving cream, hair precious parfums d'Orsay tonic, and toothpowder. There are also many tobacco gifts—Phillip Morris and Old Gold gift packages, ashtrays,...
My Daze [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 20 December 1939
My Daze By Berta Kernen WHEN the frost has been on the pumpkin for some time and bitter memories of deficiency slips fade in oblivion, comes a pause in the years preoccupation that is known as the Christmas Season. Then if ever, come hectic days. Hapless little children recite Blitzen and Vixen and Blinkum and Nod to equally hapless school assemblies, radio announcers hysterically dramatize the dangers of shopping late, coy coeds pilot reluctant swains to jewelry store windows, gaze therein, and sigh significantly, people write columns like this, Christmas carolers swarm about the town like flocks of slightly asthmatic canaries, newspapers satisfy suburban readers with editorials condemning the lack of Christmas spirit in Europe, students neglect their lessons even more than usual, Women's League members accost perfect strangers and beg a penny or two to help dress the poor nekkid Christmas tree, hillbilly bands desert South of the Border for Noel Noel, sororities piously pack baske...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 20 December 1939
It was ■ Tj I &lt; m. M BitaM .4 W, k'i mm. : i)'gTff%y d i:-- •*; ' iSSpfW Mil IST/ your grandfather needed tobacco he probably went to the tobacconist in his community and had a lot of fun blending different types of tobacco together and trying out the different mixtures. HE MAY HAVE FINALLY HIT on a combination of tobaccos that was pretty much to his fancy... that tasted all right to him and wasn't too strong. So the tobacconist, with an eye to future business, would make up this private blend and keep some of it on hand for him. THIS HIT OR MISS METHOD of tobacco blending was never very satisfactory. But it proved one thing to both smokers and manufacturers, that you must have a blend of tobaccos to get better smoking results, because no one tobacco by itself has all the qualities necessary to a good smoke. THE CHESTERFIELD tobacco buyers select and bid in at the auction sales the tobacco types that best fit the Chesterfield blend, which is the right combination of exact...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 5 January 1940
The Kent Stater Volume XV, Number 38 z 568 Kent State University, Kent, Ohio, Friday, January 5, 1940 Whole Number, 612 The Kent Stater Kent State University, Kent, Ohio The KENT STATER is published three times a week, Monday, Wednesday and Friday during the regular university year and weekly during the sumimer term. Publication suspended during vacations. Entered as second class matter, October 11, 1927, at the Post Office at Kent, Ohio, under the act of 1879. Printed by the P. B. Bonsall Printing Co., 1 138 E. Main St., Kent,Ohio. The Kent Stater is a member of the Associated Collegiate Press and Collegiate Digest. (Represented by National Advertising Service, Inc., 430 Madison ave.. New York. Subscription Price — $2.75 Per Year Jack Watts (Phone 4325) Editor-in-Chief Joe Blair, Jr. (Phone 4325) Business Manager Betty Crampton Editioft Editor Business staff: Assistant Business Managers: Mark Treat, Peter Manyo; Advertising Assistants: Walter Wolfe, Charles Erickson, Mary Brandt
Powell Wins Speech Rating [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 5 January 1940
Powell Wins Speech Rating One of Six to be Awarded Plaque In the first national Forensic l&amp;perience progression held in €?hicago, December 27, 28 and 29, John Powell, sophomore, was one of six speakers given superior rating in a contest in ■which 70 speakers from 21 colleges a*d universities participated. The contest drew entrants from Montane to Maine and from Minnesota to Florida, with the discussion ©entering on the question of United States neutrality. The six winners were all rated equally and awarded with gold plaques. Judging was done on the basis of knowledge and understanding of the subject, ability to use evidence, ability to deal constructively with other participants and delivery of speeches. Ernestine Baumgardner, Marjorie Jacot, Jewell Hardman, Milan Frase, Richard McGinnis and Vernon Beal also attended the contest. Two winners in the superior class and the excellent class from Montana university were coached for two years by Prof. James N. Holm when he tau...
Kramel, Fuller Injured in Crash [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 5 January 1940
Kramel, Fuller Injured in Crash Two Kent State students were seriously injured in an automobile accident at 7:35 a. m. Wednesday when a car driven by Leonard Kramel, Hudson, collided with a car parked along the highway on the outskirts of Darrowville. Betty Fuller received a fractured jaw, multiple face lacerations, and a dislocated thumb when thrown through the windshield by the impact. Kramel received a fractured right arm. Both were admitted to St. Thomas hospital in Akron. Kramel is expected to be released within a few days. Others riding in the car, escaping with minor injuries were Minot Johnson, Helen Bush, and Betty Litzel, all of Hudson. »