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Vol. XI. No. 12
JUNE 27 REGISTRATION DAY
FOR SIX-WEEKS SUMMER SCHOOL
The Hazleton Center will conduct a six-weeks summer session
beginning June 27 and extending to August 7. Registration will
be held Monday, June 27, between 9 a. m. and 5 p. m.
In addition to courses listed below,
any other course, providing a minim
um of ten students is interested,
will be offered. Five students have
requested admission of Math 84. If
five more register for the course it
will be given. The courses offered
are: Chem 4 and 20, English Comp
0,1, and 5, English Lit. 25, Educa
tion 1, History 21, Math 0 and 64,
Pol. Sci. 3, Psy 2, and Speech 200.
Any student who wishes to attend
summer school on the campus and in
tends to return to the Hazleton Cen
ter in the fall, must receive written
permission from Mr. Frank Kostos.
For further information please in
quire in the office.
Civic Day One
Of Work and Fun
In order to make the Center's fu
ture campus, Highacres, neat and at
tractive the Student Council has
planned a Civic Day. This particular
day is planned to permit the student
body to unite and contribute their
time and efforts towards an after
noon of combined work and pleasure.
It was decided that Saturday, May
14, would be an appropriate day for
this event. Students are asked to ap
pear at the Walnut Street Building
at 2 p.m. that afternoon. Transporta
tion will be provided, but those who
own vehicles may travel alone. It
would be wise to dress appropriately
for the occasion.
If the entire student body would
pour their support wholeheartedly
into this event it would undoubtedly
prove very successful and would be
an afternoon long remembered.
OFFER ART COURSE
FOR SUMMER SCHOOL
A tentative art class, to be held
out-of-doors during the summer ses
sions at Highacres, will be offered if
ten or more students sign up for the
The time for the class will be ar
ranged according to the students'
schedule. Students may work either
in water colors or oil.
Most of these classes will be held
in the scenic locality of Highacres
and promises to be both interesting
and enjoyable. Here is a chance to
enjoy the summer weather while at
tending summer sessions.
Those interested should give their
names to Mr. Frank Kostos or Mr.
Failing Grades Mailed
Twelfth week failing grades and
warning notices have been mailed to
parents of students whose grades are
not up to standard. Advisees should
HAZLETON CENTER, HAZLETON, PA.
The May Queen and her court are pictured above as they assembled at
tHighacres last week. Top to bottom they are Queen and court; freshman
attendants Cissy McGee and Janet Szutowicz; scroll bearer Peg Kohler, and
Queen with her court. Joan Eidleman, sophomore attendant, was absent when
the pictures were taken.
EDDIE KARPEE'S ORC
PLAY AT DOUBLE FEATUR-
Eddie Karpee and his dance band will provide the music for
the Fifth Annual May Queen Coronation and ball set to roll
tonight at 8 p. m. at St. John's Hall, North Wyoming Street.
Paul Pucillo, general dance ar
rangements chairman, announced
that dancing is scheduled to begin
approximately 9 p.m., or as soon af
ter the Coronation ceremonies as
possible and will continue until mid
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The Karpee players, regional radio
favorites, will feature a male vocal
group and will offer a complete eve
ning of 'popular songs.
The Coronation is sponsored by
the Women's Organization under the
direction of Miss Margaret Wood,
Dean, and President Millie Maczkov.
The Queen, Doris Bartol, will be
crowned by the wife of the adminis
trative head, Mrs. Amos Goss.
Junior attendants will be Patty
Anne Goss and Donna Pavone, both
daughters of faculty members. Flow
er girls will be Mary Krecker, daugh
ter of Mr. Ralph Krecker, and Anya
Nancy Dißonifazio, Millie Macz
kov, Nancy Baran and Grace Heppe
will carry the Honor Arch.
The Hemlock Chain will consist of
Anita Goldberg, Jeanne McGrory,
Marcia Patterson, Dolores Kobrick,
Jean Lovrinic, Nancy Byorick, Joyce
Schofield, Mildred Romanell, Marilyn
Rosenberg, Ursoline Imbriac, Helen
Gregory, Jeanete Formolo and Doris
Miss Bartol's Court is composed of
Mary Lou Pollock, maid of honor;
Joan Eidleman and June Reinmiller,
sophomore attendants; Dolores Mc-
Gee and Janet Szutowicz, freshman
attendants; Rita Mikula, crown
bearer; Mary Ellen McHugh, heart
bearer; Margaret Kohler, scroll
bearer; and Mary Claypotch, key
Miss Marion Joy Bonn will be mu
sic accompanist for the ceremony.
Arrangements for the dance and
Coronation were made by the Student
Students who plan to transfer to
the campus are required to fill out
questionnaire forms which can be ob
tained in the office. These forms
must be picked up and mailed to the
Center before May 10.
Geologists Visit Cave
Hobson Zerbe's geology classes
made their customary trip to Crystal
Cave last Tuesday. Crystal Cave is
near Kutztown in Berks County. The
subterranean phenomenon is famous
for its abundance of aragonite. cal
city and quartz metal.
•Watch for the Center Punch
ay 6, 1949,