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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 1 April 1955

VOTE NOff STUDENT COUNCIL _Reprassnirati ves _' ln "Council _&/ I-f Veale Since there wore only two petitions submitted , one for each vacated office, the nominees were unanimously declared by Mr. Mattarn as council members-. Mary Jane Skcff and Russ Brungard are tha _nevv representatives for the Sophomore and Freshman, respectively,. Finance The Council decided to donate $25 to be _^ i ven with the faculty's donation for the iill Faith Chapel erected at the main campus in honor of the late Mrs. M. Eisenhower, The Fraternity asked the Council for $2 for supplies, but the Council decided that since tho Fraternity is a closed organization, it could not qualify for _Student Governtn.-:,I. Fundss _Alt.hov.gh basketball was terminated before the end of the season, the coach was paid the full _amount, since tharo wer_? only two _wseks remaining, (Cont'd Page 5)

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 1 April 1955

MAT DAT EL2CTT0M The annual election to pick a queen for May Day is being held today, Friday_; _april 1, in the main lobby, The purpose of this election is to choose from among the Sophomore girls, one who will reign as queen on May 14, The Sophomore girl with the highest number of votes receives the honor of being queen> The Freshman pirl with the highest number of votes will be the maid of honor to tha queen. Those Freshman and Sophomore girls with the greater number of votes will be given positions of Heart, Key, Scroll _^ and Crown bearer, and attendants_. May Day will take place on May 14- in the garden at High-acres. Tn the evening a ball for the queen will be held. ff f Everyone is entitled to ** o tos®*_- ?_ov pi oh cTss-a- ox _£_otrr _vertex lv. _a_?.X-. _Chooa® ths _gisVv _whom per.-. T._an1 : for W_.nr' Queen,, ¦ 'flsr&xj vote oonn- ia£ _» so vote now©

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 1 April 1955

(Cont'd from Page 3) _itnonymous - No_, but Elaine Ferko _waa once, Elaine got a big box in the mail. When she opened it and kept finding smaller and smaller _'_ooxep, until she found one about two inches square with a nc/be an it saying ! \*,prll Fool". She still doesn't know who did it, (Could anons be the guilty one_f Elaine'.?) Neither Larry Kowalski, nor Robert MacKir.der could remember ever being an April Fool. (Maybe it's just the April vanity they don't remember being.) Pete Mc'Monigle - Yes5 in high school someone told me one teacher wasn't there and class had been cancelled, so T didn't go to class, The teacher was there and 7 had skipped class.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 1 April 1955

HaZLETON COliEGTaN ¦: April 1, 1955 Pa ge 4

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 1 April 1955

WHAT HAPPENED TO THE M_*5,,E, _C-,_ ? In the past fall semester a Math, Science and Engineering Club was initiated into o_^ar lis t, of extra- -cfjr-riotriar activities * The club toured various industrial and power plants, saw colored slides_, and heard speakers_. Recently a few first semester students have been inquiring about the club, but no one seems to know the whereabouts of it,-. Has interest fadeth and has the club disintegrated'/ Give with the detailed STAFF EDITOR- Lillie M_, Junas TYPIST - Russ Brungard Mary Jane Skoff , Lois Carper, Shirley Ray, Larry Kowalski , Mary Ann Wassel, Mary Frances Veale, Art Teel

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 1 April 1955

Traffic John Mehalick resigned from the Traffic Comndttee because of _insufficient time to do the _^ob well . Mary Jane Skoff was appointed to take _hfs place and the committee will decide as to who will be chairman. The Council stated thab _facult members have assigned places to park and cars are not allowed in the circle. David Drasher reported that the Traffic Committee posted a list on the bulletin board of those who owed fines. A dollar penalty is addad to those fines that have not been paid and _isll appeals must be made within 24. hours , The committee will ' begin to tag cars in the parking lot, as no cars are to be parked in the entranc

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 1 April 1955

1 M P 0 R _TifN T LAST W A _££J_££ Today is the last day to register your car. The registration sheet is in the main office. In the near future cars will be stopped and cheeked upon entering the parking lot. _^^^^ lj_^j_^_OJ>_JW_^_Jim , __.__ ^_^.__£.^_^..._..,r . , .

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 1 April 1955

( Student Council Cont'd) Social Since the Social Committee had not met at tha beginning of the semester, no social activities were held befora Lent. Chairman Mehalick stated that two committees have been appointed for Convocation. Stan _Gruszewski suggested that we hold a picnic and the matter was referred,to the Social Committee.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 1 April 1955

es. Misc The Council approved May 14, for the May Day celebration under Theta Sigma Pi Sorority.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 1 April 1955

HAZLETON COLLEGIAN April 1 , 1955 Fage 5

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Untitled Picture [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 1 April 1955
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 6 April 1955

IT'S _EASTgR By Shirley liay It's s,_pringtiwe IS All around us we sense that wonderful something peculiar to spring, the feeling -mat the, whole world 1s bursting with new life. Trees and other plants that have appeared dead all winter, are showing signs of the full bloom of life that will come later in the season. Many animals that have spent the winter In the death>like sleep of hibernation are awakening. Birds and insects, are again flying about. The world is indeed bursting with the promise of ©ew life., and, with this new life comes new h&pe_. It is this feeling of renewed life and hope that is the true spirit of Easter* On the First Easter, Jesus Christ rose from the dead, thereby _giving inen the promise of life after death, _^just as spring gives to nature the promise of life _aft_^r the death of winter. Many _pleople to4ay do not experience this spirit of Easter, this _wonderful feeling ' of ' new. life _aild hope . To them the figure pf the Risen Qhri...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 6 April 1955

' . ; ' EASTERN HgRE Easter ' s here; He, is risen, .. Easter bonnets; He is risen, _Praises feeing sung, ¦ ¦ Blues. and pinks and _whiter, Christ livosj, He is, risen, . Bunnlssi, baskets, eggs _glisten _Church _tfiells_. being' rung, . Decorated, bright_. Choirs singing; He is risen . Flowers blooming; He is rfsen, Tn a. harmonious, way, ¦ ' . . Cplors bright with hue, ' Churches, filled; _people listen Families visit; hearts _glisten_. To celebrate " this day. ., Easter 's here anew.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 6 April 1955

1955 SORORTTY MAY QUEEN ELECTED Ki _' -ZLSTON COLIKGTAN April 6, 1955 at the annual May Day elections which1 were held on Friday, April l s Eckley _' s Elaine Fefko, president of the sororityj was elected by a large majority as the 1955 May Wueen. Selected as her Maid of Honor was Theresa Bobowski, who headed the Freshman vct^* ?/ary Jane Skaff and Tlona Weltman were elected as the Sophomore attendants to the queen. The Crown Bearer was named to be Mary Rock, while Lillie Junas was chosen as the Scroll Bearer. Elected as the Freshman attendants to the queen were, _fo_'ary Frances Veale and Janet Drumheller« Janeann Rumble and Beverly Rimm W3re chosen as the Key Bearer and Heart _BeaEer, respectively. The Hemlock Chain will be comprised of the remaining Freshman! Florence Bones, Caroline. Brobst, Lois Carper, _Margaret Churilla, Bette Pinos, Barbara Grubbs, Mariene Haegele and Helen Novarnick, Shirley Ray will read the will and Maryann 7_/assel will be in charge of programs. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 6 April 1955

SPRJNQ CLHNTNO-_^HANOES TaKTNG PLACE To all you revolutionists and radicals who have been revolting for some parking space - your dream has come true. Early Saturday morning the Dipple Construction Company began removing the trees, rocks and hills from the wooded section directly north of the present parking lot. Yesterday the site had already been cleared and cars have started to 'break in1 the new lot. Work is being done on the Library and Chem Buildings where the old rain pipes are being replaced with new ones. M. J_, Tomsho, sheeting and roofing contractor, is responsible for this renovation_. Improvements were also made in South Hall, whera room 101 received a new coat of light green paint. The windows, were also cleaned t and now give an invisible appearance.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 6 April 1955

" THE _ffiT ET • ONE" _~ ¦ APRTL Uth The final presentation of the College Arts Society will be shown on Thursday, April 14th at 8*00 pm. The movie will be "The Quiet One " , a drama about a boy Who is unwanted. A Walt Disney short entitled "Olympic Elk" will precede the main feature_. These movies are paid for with your activity fees, so support your Center ' s activities and plan to attend. The public is invited.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 6 April 1955

STAFF Lillie Junas, Shirley Ray, Russ Brunga _'rd, A HAPPY EASTER TO ALL

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 15 April 1955

LTB-_^_RAL _hRTTS T OR aNGTNESR? _^4_^2_|fi oo^*_2> _^ By Larry Kowaj.ski _-"_^-a*****—"" There is an age old ' argun_^t waged between s tudents bare at Penn State _ove_^ which is more beneficial -ir-ar_. engineering op a liberal arts background , while we do not choos-i to bol't_^_la our c _~ _111 ague sip _thg eng_^n_^er_^ .o _urriculian we have taken the lib_^Ft_^ to pre set in thi s _article a _# _-;w of the _arguments used by ¦ tha liberal.arta ' stud ant to fur>th_>r hip _cisrf. ' I_^e student _whj is _^_Qdaf in the >.t.rts and Letters curriculum is _relieving that very kind of c?|u.s?-ation.which more and pore people are daily concluding is. _essentia l in our _modern society.. These students are given a _general background in the social economics_, and political -problems that confront our society, are instructed in their_* possible solutions, _, are acquainted withthe sci ntifie discoveries of the ' we-pld about them> are qiyen an in...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 15 April 1955

_^S_^ _^ _SSI_^_J '_^L _S_? J _t ' kk_?_JJ_$MW_* Last evening the College Artg Society ¦_ppeserted their final movie of the year—" The Quiet ._^_'^¦-in _' _^he Main I-o-_^ge.- DeaFi't'e the bad weather a. fairly large audience en _. ioyod this _draa?| a? _wep. as 4>he added a:f vtra?,tion_; 'i_^_he .p lympic, _glkjl fhich was a Walt Disney nature film , ' , _?he College fry la i_%<_mtyojx® wish, %<_$ th_^nk ' a_^ those who cotoperated with them.by attending the _ninvjeja %$. % they h_'a_,4 _mqm:' t&i$ ' y®%$!i ' P\® crowds h_^y_? been ' larger than _prsy_^p_^ y^?,_^_, and they' _hqpp your; _^nt _eres_^_Will. _pontin_^ to grow. * _(j_^_p two ' _ppevipus ajoyieq wereV "She Ti_^anf and "VojLppng.yf!; ' ,' ¦ " '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 15 April 1955

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