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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 13 May 1955

TOMORROIHJAY DAY_AT_ HTGHACRES --«» ' . . _- ——A^|~~3_^l_$O tomorrow afternoon in our _beaxWful garden overlooking ConynjgteSm/Valley, the The\ta Sigma , Pi Sorority will presen:_^hei_\ eleventh annual May Day-Coronation Ceremony, with the_^roain feature being''-naturailj\th3 crowning ofjhirs year ' s_^queen by the I954\queen. _^--. ' \ _^ / \ _^ ~- _^ _.y \ _^ i Students, faculty, friends, and neighbors, are "irfvi tad to view the affair. Refreshments for all will be _served by the F>S_,U_. Auxilliary in the cafeteria immediately fallowing the ceremony. Anyone wishing to tour the campus may _jao so at his own risk, but the nuxilliary and students will be available to act as gtti/des. \ ' ' Dances foV.the program were taught by Mr. Savario Saullo, a Hazletok High School faculty member\ and music will be provided by Mr. Freddie _Houssr, a noted regional Hammond organ _artist. _aIso taking part in the ceremony besides the Sorority girls are ROTC drill team _numbers who wi...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 13 May 1955

A PAT ON THE BACK This center is what the students make it. Everyone' s cooperation is needed to make things run smoothly, and this is _axpecially true in our library. &t the _beginning of this semester, an article in this paper called to the students' attention, the need for them to do their part to make the library useful to everyone. Rules ware listed for taking out and returning books both when a library aide is on duty and when one is not. The results of this announcement have proved that the students at H-_'ghacres possess a large amount of college spirit. Students have been making themselves responsible for the books that they take out of the library. Many books taken out while no library aide was on duty, have been signed out properly by the _parson taking them and have been returned safely and on time. The library belongs to everyone, and you as students have been doing your part to show that you realize ittherefore, the library aides wish to commend you for t...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 13 May 1955

«;..... ,, _ __ _ _ _„ AWARDS NOT _DISCONTINUED In answer to a statement published in last week ' s Collegian concerning shcolastic awards, the Music, Language and Biological Science Awards ware not discontinued. In the past fow years, the advisors of these subjects have fait that no one has so excelled in them to _raceive consideration * The giving of awards is left to ths teachei who knows best how each student reacts to his course, and if he thinks someone has met the best standards this y_^ar, then awards will be made.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 13 May 1955

CONFERENCE ROOM? D5d you know that we have what Is called a conference room at Hlghacres? Tt is situated in the basement of the Main building, next to the drawing rooms. It was the former library storeroom. During orientation week, we ¦ were delighted to hear that this roomsince it contains a _largs round table, will probably be used by discussion classessuch as Phil.-Pol. Sci., and Soc. But the year is drawing to a close and thf conference room is still there where we saw it in September, just in case you were wondering.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 13 May 1955

HAZLETON COLLEGIAN 13 May 1955 Pa _Se2

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 13 May 1955

ROT C H/iZtETON COLLSGTAN May 13, 1955 Page 3 i -— - x < _^_Zy*_-^>- > -_^_-_^ _^ _^ ' —*^ 1 On May 21, the annual _s _^ _" _^ , A_^ _*Z)^! _^ _^ Armed Forces Day parade will be held in Hazleton. _s_^ Xitiis yearmany\ _^ _^ innovat ions have been planned to make the day morel _^ _^interes ting and more\ _^ _^NSignifleant to everyone. A one-hour parade has j^^ _/_tfeen planned with a jet x_. y fly-over during the day. The parade, which will start at 1:30, will move from N _^ /McKenna's Corner in West Hazleton to the end of Broad Street in Hazleton. The Hazloton Center _Detachmei of ROTO will march in the parade, with the drill team inarching in lead position so that their different routines can be axecuted effectively. On Sunday, May 22, the Hazleton Airport will be dedicated, with a Brig.Gen. from the Marines, slated as the principle speaker. At the airport, the Navy has placed two aircraft, an AD type and an F2F Grumman fighter. These planes will be ...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 13 May 1955

FINAL EXAMS Spring is sprung, The grass is riz. I wonder where The students is? This seems to be the saying of all the teachers here at Highacres lately. Before too many more days pass, you'll probably hear the teachers _reciting this little verse in class and their answer won: t be long in coming. In just two short weeks, tho final exams will begin. The schedule for these exams has been published and is not available in the main office. Pick up a copy and check it for your exams. Tf you find any conflicting schedules, please notify the main office before May 18.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 13 May 1955

_HA?8_t _CF_?J_ _HAZT_^TpN LLEGI AN May 13, 1955 . r " ' ~* pa _6 e * All the _comments that were heard af sorry that more of you couln't come to s; a model show, Bobby Bove surely would ha twice to see what it w_$s under that flat on his face*. Although only four girls s games and tennis—girls and boys, We o more time at the field, but due to class Now the precedent is established, went over _awei.1, so you freshmen who wil all had on Wednesday and you may make th: running around- on foot and on the truck to the House Rules Committee" on their s ' : ' ; Af fcwr such a fine and enjoyable affair as the House- Rules _Committee held on _Wednesday afternoon , wo definitely want to cong?_. -atulat-e them J5m _Ditaler,, Bob Ecve, Don Kellners Russ Brn.ngard, Mary Jane SkoffLil Junas_, and their advisor, Mr s* "k" ? . for _q wellplanned jobu To Mrsfl Smith goes a big thanks for preparing the food;, that is, making the Bar B-Q and ordering the rest Of the goodies, Close to a hundr...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 13 May 1955

PLBASBII Now that spring is here and the flowers and trees are sprouting_^a problem arises Everyone likes flowers. They like to look at them ? they like to smell them; and they like to pick them * But here at Highacres, the flowers and tress that surround our Campus are necessary for its beautye If there were no shrubbery and plants around, the place would look dead» It's a temptation to pick the beautiful laurels, but PLEASE try to refrain from doing soo Keep beauty in Highacres by leaving the flowers and buds where they areand appreciate their beauty by looking at them. Tour co- , operation will be greatly appreciated *

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 13 May 1955

CHTPPY Hi there, After a few cool, rainy days, it is getting warm again and T hope it stays this way. That damp weather ' s bad for me. It makes my fur stand up and makes me feel chilly. Well, just hope we _soe that sun more often, expacially for tomorrow. I'm not wasting time. T _hava my saat reserved for the May Day Program - on the third branch of that blue spruce on the left side of the garden. Hey, boys, don't forget I want to see you all up hare on Saturday afternoon. T feel more at home when you ' re all here, because I don't know many of those city folks. You know I've seen the last five May Day programs and they get better evary y3ar. T know this year it's going to be the best yet. I'll see you at the dance too. I' m going to hitch a ride on Mr. - ' s running board so I'll make it on time. Isn ' t it nice that Fuzzie is taking Mary? Those small towners always stick to their home.town gals, expecially Freeland. I bet Jim' s going to have a Mighty Fine View. Ifhat about...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 13 May 1955

SOFTBALL? lhat happened to the softball intramurals this spring? Either the Tech students have no time or the work is being piled on quite heavy or the weather has not _baen cooperating. It could be for all three reasons that softball has not taken root. It can't be because there ' s 'no interest or no playersbecause if you were at the picnic on Wednesday afternoon you would have seen many ambitious students making the best of the opportunity. It's too late to do anything about it now, but we' re surely missing much college fun.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 13 May 1955

STAFF Lillian Junas, Editor Russ Brungard, Typist Reporters Shirley Ray, j_*rt Teel, Mary Jane Skoff, Russ Brungard.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 13 May 1955

FOR DANC1 The dance band that was _acquired for the May Day Dance tomorrow night is the "Royalairs' , ' a noted group. The dance is at the Eagles' Ballroom.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 13 May 1955

HaZLETON COLLBGTAN May 13, 1955 Page $

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 20 May 1955

BCTVff 2 CUSS VISITS FHTIADEIPHTA _„..„„,_. . "-— by'— Zello C, Sherry The Botany 2 class and their Instructor, Mr. Staele, made a short visit to Philadelphia on a field trip* The class visited the beautiful scenic Morris Arboretum and the, vast University of Pennsylvania Campus where they made a tour through the experimental _greenhouses_, the herbarium, the botany and zoology libraries, and the ' beautiful flower _^ardsn_. first stop at the Morris Arboretum_« The class saw plants from all over the world . that were cultivated by our own botanists and horticulturists.. The class noticed that the majority of cultivated plants wen from Asia, Europe and the U nited States. _TiShile at the Arboretum the class had the honor of meeting Dr* John M. Fogg, one of the leading authorities on plant _lifa at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Fogg is director of the _^orris Arboretum and occasionally makes trips abroad in search of new plants * After four hours of looking and studying ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 20 May 1955

_Ilki U/—U-t. izi i ri N 7/e(jikly Newsletter _Edition The Pennsylvania .State _^rrvarsity Center Hi ghacre _s . Hasleton, Pennsylvania Vol. XVTT Np, 32 1/^20,1955

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 20 May 1955

FaRFj _THEiii WELL In just a few daysbur finals will be _ovar and -we.will saying goodbye to Highacres and closing the _doo_^s and books _fait_^ l next Sept ember. Many of us are looking forward to this welcome vacation before returning in the fall for another nine months of work. However, there are those among us who will never again sit in the Highacres classrooms, or talk and laugh in halls, Ioung3 or Rec Hall. Vfe shall no longer see the familiar smiling faces of these students at our dancesparties and picnics. New students will have to be appointed to fill the offices that willte loft vacant and to carry on the work of activities and clubs for the coming year. A man once stated that the hardest problem he had to face in this world was the problem of saying goodbye to his friends. By this token, we, who are remaining at Highacres would like to say farewell to those who are leaving. We do not want to say goodbye, but just farewell until we meet again. Our memories of you ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 20 May 1955

PARNASSUS TNTTTATTON TONIGHT Tonight at 8:00 pm in our main lounge, the Parnassus Honor Society will initiate five new membersone Sophomore and four Freshmen, After the formal ceremonyrefreshments will be served. Then all members will proceed to elect, from the ten highest vote-getters as a result of Monday's election, the most valuable Sophomore and Freshman. During this past week, the five pledges had to as part of their initiationwear Parnassus hats with the green and white pledgeship emblem. After tonight's formal ceremony, the yellow membership emblem will replace the one denoting the pledge. The five new members to be taken into the Society tonight are Ilona Weltman, Sophomore, and Freshmen Russell Brungard, Lois CarperLawrence Kowalski, and Mary Franes Veale. The program will be in charge of Jack Burggraf, President. Lillian M. Junas, Vice-Presidentwill read the charge and Secretary Mary Jane Skoff will give the oath of acceptance. Shirley Ray will tell of the signifi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 20 May 1955

FOURTEEN ATTEND BACH CONCERT On Monday afternoon at _4«00, a group of people left from Highacres to attend a rehearsal of the Bach Choir in Bethlehem. Music students and others from Highacres and Hazleton enjoyed the program very much. Those who attended were * Lois Carper, Robert Zimmerman and Joe Fierro from Music 6 classj Joe Pavone, Andrew Gaydos, Anthony SpockZello Sherry, Joe McCallus and Jean Snyder, from Music 5 class; Mr* Grubbs, Barbara GrubbsMiss Dossenbach, Miss Garbrick and Miss Ester Shenk, Hazleton Public Library librarian.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 20 May 1955

in JOKE Parent of boy in college * "Our son is a _^-letter man. We hear from him the Fall, Winter, Spring, and Summer. "

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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