The Nittany cub. (Erie, Pa.) 1948-1971, December 09, 1959, Image 1

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VOLUME Xyi, No. 4
Jo-Anne Kisiel, Judy Mazzagotti, John Bice and Paul Zock talk
over possible decorations for the Sno-Ball, December 12th.
traditional Ceremony Opens
College Christmas Season
The tenth annual Hanging of the Greens will officially open the
Cd?rend Campus Christmas season on Friday, December 11. This
| raditionaLholiday affair will begin at 7:30 pjn. in the authentic,
L-arly-American Behrend Chapel at Wintergreen Gorge Cemetery.
During the brief candelight
ervice, the Behrend Choir will
ng “Little Mortal Flesh Keep
-ilent,” “Now the Holy Child Is
:om,” a French carol, and “Sleep
■fy Savior, Sleep,”.a Czech carol;
nd Dean Lane will present an
address entitled)
Tmstmas: A Threefold Ap
: each.” There will also be group
. -cling. The conclusion of the
. emony will be the placing of
: Christmas wreath on the door
| the Behrend crypt.
| I’ollowing the service the facul
!„• women and faculty wives will
Serve refreshments in the student
lounge of Erie Hall.
So don your •warmest winter
|gs and attend!
CAMPUS—Pennsylvania State University
Yearbook Staff Plans
Hour Variety Show
On December 10, a variety
show will be held during common
hour in Erie Hall. The affair is
sponsored by the yearbook staff
to encourage the sale of the year
Katie Johnson is general chair
man and in charge of directing
the various acts. The show will
include an escape artist, a girls’
chorus line, a boys’ chorus line, a
comedy act, several singing
groups, and a band.
Bob Edwards will emcee the
Gene Parlette Orchestra to
Play at Winter Prom
The annual winter prom, the Sno-Ball, will be held December 12,
in Erie Hall. Gene Parlette and his orchestra will provide the music.
Mr. Werner and Mr. Burns are faculty advisors, and the advisees
of Mr. Gordon, Mr. McDonald, and Mr. Burns are sponsoring the
"By-Line for Saint Luke"
Coming December 17
The annual Christmas play,
“By-line for Saint Luke”, will be
presented during common hour
Thursday, December 17, under
the direction of Dean Benjamin
An editorial room of a large
city newspaper is the setting for
the play. It is Christmas Eve and
the various reporters are hurry
ing frantically to meet their
deadlines. The story unfolds as
the characters learn the true
meaning of Christinas.
The cast includes Ike Sosnow
ski as Luke Cameron, Jay Krim
mel as Clive Duncan, Anne Tay
lor as Carol Prescott; Katy Cra
gun as ' Myrtle Shanks, Bonnie
Campbell as Louisa Hargrave,
and Irene Kelly as Hettie.
Behrend Briefs
All the staff was glad to see
Mrs. James Ward who stopped in
the office to say “hello” over
Thanksgiving vacation. Mrs.
Ward, formerly Miss Delores
Davies, was secretary to Mr. Mos
so last year before she left to be
Larry Johnson, the office re
ports, has earned a 4.0 average for
the midsemester. Several' other
students attained a 3.5 average or
Mr. Vigorito, who travels ex- Westlake PTA on December 10,
tensively each summer, has spok- on “Three Men Who Knew Where
en to the following groups re- They Were Going.”
cently; the Y.M.C.A. Friday Noon Mr. Allen Bums spoke .before
Discussion Group, the Adult the.. Nature Study Group of the
Group of the Church of the Women’s Club on December 1.
Covenant, the Business andi Pro- His topic, “Christmas Comes to
fessional Men’s Club, and the Ex- the United States,” dealt with
change Club of Erie. His topic (Continued on Page 4)
Wednesday, December 9, 1959
The following have been chos
en to head- the various commit
tees: Richard Culver, general
chairman; Casimir Rutkowski,
publicity; Don Cameron, decor
ations; and Bill McCalla, re
Those serving on the commit
tees are Katie Johnson, Paul
Zoc k, Sharon Haise, Henry
Sproat, Janice Logan, David
Smith, Nancy McCabe, Kenneth
Skalka, Michael Simmons, Robert
Rausch, Thomas Raleigh, Rita
Panameroff, and Judith Mazza
Others serving axe Ted Chase.
Dick Dewey, Hal Newcomer, Jack
Anderson, Jack Bechtel, Doug
Cook, Don Shelley, Ralph Strong,
Ray Angelo, Bob McKinley, Bill
Wiegand, Fredrick Benson, Don
Krista, Francis Marchal, Don
Schruers, Dick Stuczynski, John
Haupt, Carl J. Lucas, David Mc-
Crumb, Frank Bebko, Bill Ran
som, Dick Stenta, Chet Grzebiel
ski, Bob Tataxa, Mike Zurkan,
Martin Hubert, and Ed Sabol.
The dress will be semi-formal
and the admission free to Behrend
Campus students and their dates.
A revolving Christmas tree ar
ranged .in the center of the dance
floor will portray the central
theme of the occasion.
was “The City of Berlin.”
Mr. Fryer recently conducted
a discussion before Edison PTA
on the subject “From Sociable
Six to Noisy Nine.”
Dean Lane will speak to the