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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 8 October 1956

_tti_^HA_^. _KBiS _Qk' _^ t'lfiS'T FULL-TIME LIBRARIAN One of the most welcome additions to the everchanging scene at Highacres is Mrs. Ferry, our first full-time librarian. During previous semesters, Professor Garbrick, along with a full schedule of classes, _mamagad to keep our library open and functioning. However, the job became so gargantuan, that It became impossible for Professor Garbrick to handle both library work and classes. Now we have Mrs. Ferry to undertake such arduous problems as _revising the inadequate card catalogue, taking complete Inventory, and devising some method of indexing the stacks and stacks of magazines on the third floor_.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 8 October 1956

CHORUS TN REHEARSALS ( . cont'd) It was received in the past with enthusiasm by appreciative audiences in both PottsvlUe and Hazleton, If you appreciate good music ( or would like to learn to appreciate it ) and if you want to belong to a group, like to sin g , or like to meet new and interesting people—in other words, have FUN—then contact Miss Garbrick. Better hurry, however, ' for membership to the chorus will be closed -in one more week. V\t A/ 1/ _±J \t SJ \t

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 8 October 1956

KOMEDY Lyla fierish Heard from a A.F_.ft.O.T_.C. cadet "T am at attention, sir. It's my uniform that' s at ease." PROFESSOR— one who talks in other peoples sleep.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 8 October 1956

H1GHACRES COLLEGTAN October 8, 1956 Page A

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 15 October 1956

ee has met TRAFFIC COMMITTEE The Tra^_/ fic C ommitt and a joproved the following traffic rules: lew All student cars must be registered with the Traffic Committee, either by filling out the proper form, during registration or by reporting to the feln Office_. 2» Student cars must be parked in the packing lot at the bottom of the hill. Exceptions to this rule . , granted only for argent reasons _> will be approved by the Traffic Comitteeo Applications for special permits should be written and given to the secretary in the Main Office, Notes Cars in the student parking lot must first use all of the parking places around the perimeter of the lot, each car parking at right aneles to the edge of the lot. 3o No student cars may be parked at t he top of the hill, in th e main driveway, or in any of the lanes leading off of the main driveway-Strident cars without special permits shall be permitted at the top of the hill only for the loading or unloading of passangerso 4 .0 k 1...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 15 October 1956

HOT_^_RULSS 1, All _ampty soft drink bottles should be placed in casas at the dispenser, 2, Lunches should not br eaten in the recreation building. Use dining hall, 3_, Students who use the ash trays should empty them before leaving_. Papers and other trash should be placed in waste cans. A. .. The last person to leave a room should make certain to close all open windows and switch off the lights, radio and T. V. 5r. Gambling will not be permitted or tolerated at any time. 6t All students wnll conduct themselves _jjQ|? y fitting dacorum 'whether or not they are being supervised*

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 15 October 1956

u \/ Ki \J \/ W. _.V_ __ -VL _^. * * * * * * ¦ « • * **** Tact Is the ability to make a parson see th3 lightning vnthout letting him feel the bolt **¦ -/r * W< 1 Ipowcr -i s bhe ab-J.llty to _qui t smoki._ns for two days 1n a row* People who spend too much time watching the clock wsually remain one of t hands, * *Vt Did _yoii_^know that _according to Jebsta a bushv_/kcker is one who wha-;ks bushes ¦v- * -a-A net is a lot of holes tied together by a _stri.nb , * 8- # Last ysai'j Ghr_' _t.stian Dior had women wearing th j-j r be _' ._^_a around the thi ghs "Now, , -i-.hi _newest _js a ; 5oso:n helt _' _4 a leat/±or be ' .i.i. wor-n j-i:.st below the bosom _fue _rriesbion •isJ' fe._iore can the belt go ne:f:-Vi!-k s k Y" _Wsio was -' _ohe wi se _gvy tha"; " slipped a P'!.o f/_i.;re of Mar- S lyn tfon,roe _uiide:.: one of inc _rn.iuj.-oscopes d-ur-ving _the resent Zoology ..aboratory tc--s ,s? ¦> x- * It: s ha:-d to find For love or money Jokes thai are clean And als...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 15 October 1956

COLLEGE ARTS SOCIETY By J» Kenvin At the first meeting of the College Arts Society, held October 10 under the direction of Mr. _Wilcox, new officers were elected. They are: President: Lyla Berish Vice-president: Joann Kenvin Secretary-Treasurer: Martha Preputnik This organization, which sponsors three or four films each year, willpresent the first film, "Tales of Hoffman" on Monday, October 22, at 8 P,J'« m the Main Lounre. The _*Tales of Hoffmap_^ is a ballet f-j lin based on the great work of Jaccue Offenbac h ¦ , Technicolor is used effectively to create moods and set the paceu Included in the cast it; Moira Shearer* who appeared a few years ago in another ballet, film, ¦_flhejted Shoes*. For sheer enjoymentplan to attend the " Tales of _Hoffmar_': on Monday _^ October 2.2, at & P,M- , # _*- % * _# -x- -x- *

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 15 October 1956

M_%?_15 _TCN .. F UBTjTC_^ ER«.RY Tt ¦'s the m-i.st.aken idea of the stnc-s_^ts of the liighruras _Gender of th_? Pcnn_^yl ,r an _'.a. 3t:ih-j University that one mast pay a fiV'b3-_?v-i"ot- i.on _fse to take out book's from Lie Ha'.sis ton Public Library, this 5 s not. trueo There is no charge for any _Fann State student, no _matter where they maintain residence, _%iC L JiJ_(-

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 15 October 1956

_ATTENTION ._- VETEHA.NS __ All signing for benefits under Public lav 5. _^0 T/j'H be dona _n.n _vha bookstore_. Any och-ir b-ysiness ports,;; n;. _iig to re."/G_^_aii ' 'a aff-_^^s will a ' :.so be handalcd ia the bookstore_3

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 25 October 1956

DETTCH ANNOUNCES PROGRAM By Carol Milko Newly elected president of the Freshman G-.._ass> Calvin Deitch, upon being interviewed recently, asserted his plans ani reforms for the present semester, Mr- Deitch announced that a proposal is underway to hold an affair which will support the construction of a Student Union Building. In the past, a few such endeavors were planned but did not materialize. Proper support from the student body may make this building a reality. Also planned, is the continuation of an intermural program which had been organized last year in place of the school basketball team. This team was originally affiliated with the Keystone Basketball League. Discontinuation was due to lack of support from the student body. Mr. Deitch believes that the students are very much in favor of an intermural system and avows that everything will be done in order to have one. The remainder of De-itch's program consists of the possible pavement of the parking lot, altera...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 25 October 1956

FfiBNDUTO ADVOCATES _PROGRESS By Jacqueline Kessel Frank Frenduto, newly elected president of the Sophomore Class and Student Council of Hijr,hacres, has set the : banner of progress as ths _ons to be upheld by the student body _during his tenure in office. Frank, the fly_'ng chemist, believes that this is the _ysar for determined progress _forfcward in all phases of college life at Highacres_. To initiate this trend to _bigger and better things, Mr. Frenduto has arranged for the Student Council to sponsor a football trip to the main campus* The council Yd. ]"1 not only provide free transportation for interested students, but is allso underwriting one dollar toward the cost of each ticket_. This Friday, October 26, will find Frank welcoming all students to the Halloween Party, which he promises will be _biggsfr and better than ever* After interviewing Mr.- Frenduto in order to determine his v i ews on class activities, it is this _reporters opinion that the students have elect...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 25 October 1956

EFFECTIVE STUDY COURSE Si- _Jfci. .W. J_. . J _U . Mr, Richard McKinstry . , Sociology and Psychology Instructor, has announced that a course in study methods will be offered at a time when a group of students can arrange a mutual meeting time with him * Faculty members will direct students with academic difficulties stemming from poor study habits to Mre McKinstry. Students will be required to purchase a text book priced at _&4-.00 Contents of the course will include methods of studying, taking exams, preparing reports, concentration, classroom skills (note-taking, etc.), and work in reading, writing and math. Interested students should contact Mr. McKinstry for further information, ##*# •#¦•* ¦ »•¦ »¦ # Girl on garden bench to youth beside hers "I feel a little chilly, Jack; will you run inside and get _tt® Joe Davis?" ##¦##¦«¦## -x- #

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 25 October 1956

INTRODUCTORY AMERICAN LITERATURE A three-credit evening course in introductory American Literature, meeting one two-hour session per week, ' will be offered at The Pennsylvania State University Center, Highacres Hazleton, beginning Monday evening, October 29, at 7:30 ? providing enough adults are interested. The course may meet any evening which the. group decides, Also, the program may be held on the Highacres Campus or the Hasleton public Library, depending on th< convenience of the group, The initial meeting, however, will be held at Highacres =, The fee for the three-credit program is $-45 r Of this amount $22*50 is due the first night of classes on October 29 *. The remainder is due on the sixth class meetingc Checks may be made payable to The Pennsylvania State University. Texts in inexpensive paper-bound editions will be sold throughout the course ire classo Students need not purchase books prior to the beginning of the program_. The instructor of the program wil...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 25 October 1956

* . _^ 60WNG TOURNAMENT The bowling league will be organized November A at _ls30 P.K at the Playhouse Alleys in Hazleton. Teams will be selected in order to j.,ive each team an equal amount of balance for league competition. Teams will be composed of both >"_>oys and girls and it is not necessary for those wishing to participate to know how to bowl. bach student will pay 45 cents toward the cost of the 3 games and the Student Council will pay 70 Cents. The total of ,,1-15 i.Deludes bowling 3 gan»es, shoes, & a tip for the pin-l'oy. -x- -x- •_& -?- # % _# _# _# % _# _#

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 25 October 1956

¦ ATTENTION SPRING TRANSFER STUDENTS An announcement has been received from the main campus, concerning students who intend to transfer to University Park for the spring semester 1956-57• Mrs. J.S. BowmanAssistant to the Dean of Admissions, has requested students not to write individual letters to the campus. The necessary transfer forms will be available at the Highacres Center in the near future. Announcement will be made to the student body upon arrival of these formso \»/ \/ \ \/ \J

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 25 October 1956

TECHNOTES by Joann Kenvin On Saturday, Oct» 30, Miss Theresa Misto became the bride of Thomas Mlasgai. fbm Is a third-semester student in the D. D. T , curriculum at Highacres. The student body extends Its congratulations, ' Thomas Dougherty, B. Tech,, Class of 1956, recently paid his former Instructors- a pleasant surprise visit. Tom works for the Bell Telephone laboratories in Murray Hill, N_, J. and enjoys his work Immensely, Pete Tlminsky, E. Tech Class of 1956 and Joseph Plesniarski, D, Tech. Class? of 1956, have written highly informative, humerous, well-written letters to their former instructors, telling of their work and life in the Motor City, where they are affiliated with General Motors. It seems that the nucleus of a Highacres Alumni Association may be in the making. Edward Smith, James Raul and James Hoblitzell, current tech students, recently made a toxir of the P.P. and L. plant at Sunbury, They expressed favorable comments on the facilities and personnel and rec...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 25 October 1956

OPERA TRIP It has been called to the attention of the Collegian that a combined group, made up of students of the Music 5 class and members of the Highacres College Community Chorusis planning a field trip to the Hershey Community Theatre for Saturday evening, October 27, to hear Puccini' s Madame Butterfly, which will be presented by the Fujiwara Opera Company of Japan. Several years ago when the Fujiwara Opera Company made its first appearance in Americathey received accolades with the . New York _TJjnes calling their appearance" a rare experience in the theatre." Mr. John McClintockwellknown educator in private and public schools says, " my wifewho was in charge under General MacArthur of all service clubs in Japan and Korea for six years, tells me that when she heard this opera company in Tokyo, it was terrific. " The group planning this trip is enthusiasticand final preparations have been completed.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 25 October 1956

BIOLOGY CONTEST Mir, James SteelProf, of Biology at Highacreswishes to announce a contest open to all students at the campus * The object of the contest is to provide a name for the newly acquired female skeleton of the Biology Department. Names must be written along with a short statement of why the student believes the name to be appropriate and handed to Mr. Steel before November 13 th. First prize in the contest will be a giant amoeba while nine _ProglottidSr will _^ be awarded to the runner-ups. The decision of the judges will be final and no entries will be returned, ¦ *##**«•

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 25 October 1956

HALEOWEEN PARTY 17HEN?......... OCTOBER 26 _TffiERE? ....EAGLES ' CLUBHOUSE TIME? ............ 8:30 - MIDNIGHT MUSIC? By GABE FLINT FREE ADMISSION AND REFRESHMENTS DRESS IS INFORMAL

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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