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May 8, 1953
COLLEGE PICNIC (continued)
raents as hot dogs, potato salad, marshmallows, and the usual picnic foods.
Group singing around the campfire will end what the committees hope will he the
best picnic ever attended by any of the students. This nicnic will be one of
the last social events of the year, so the committee is looking for a 100$
attendance of both students and faculty.
FACULTY HEN PICK UP STICKS
Saturday, May 2, while most students wore enjowing their weekend vacation,
most of the male instructors here at Highacres wore cleaning up the parking lot.
The men literally picked up "millions” of old milk containers. They feel that
now that the lot is clean, it is up to the s tudents to keep it clean.
CONVOCATION COMMITTEE MEETS TODAY
Today during fifth period, the Convocation Honor Committee will hold a meet
ing to decide on the awards to be given, the speakers, the program as a whole.
The committee is composed of: Bob Tomsho, Elisc Kreiger, Jack Ciocca,
Andy Karpinski, Pat Tomsho, Nick Pelick, Miss Garbrick, Fir. Grubbs, Fir. Campbell,
Mr. riattcrn, Mr. Kostos, Mr. Peightal, and Captain Carper.
CHECK YOUR EXAM SCHEDULES
Schedules for the final examinations arc now available in the main office.
You may receive yours by calling for it. If you have any conflict of examina
tions or three exams in one day, please report this to secretaries Betty and
Ruthie in the main office by May 9.
TWELVE-WEEK WARNINGS AT ADVISEES' OFFICES
This week your twelve week failing grades wore available at your advisors.
Did you go and get yours?
COMMUNITY CHORUS SCORES A HIT
A combination of college student's and tuwns-pooplc's voices presented a
two-hour musical program on Tuesday evening at the Christ Lutheran Parish hall.
It was the annual Spring Concert of the Community Chorus of Highacres, The
seventeen members of the chorus undertho direction of Miss Pearl G. Garbrick
presented two hours of religious and folk music. Coed Jane Trcssler sang a
soprano solo of Francks "0 Lord Most Holy." Other members of the quartet
were Lois Miller, Edward Keller, and William Hebei,
The audience especially enjoyed the playing of a Haydn trio (no. 6 in
D Major) by members of the faculty, Miss Garbrick violinj Mrs. Buchnc, piano $
and Mr. Ward, 'cello.
The audience was very receptive to the last two songs which wore of a
lighter dcgroc. The Czocho-Slovak tunc "Waters Ripple and Flow" featured Miss
Jean Gilbert and our own student, Tom Ondorko as soloists,
The most often hoard remark upon the completion of the program was that
the community chorus concerts are "getting better and better With each perform
The chorus did us proud—a bouquet of roses to you, Miss Garbrick, faculty,
and chorus membersi
Captain Carper will arrange one more flight for AFROTC Cadets before the
semester ends. The flight will take place s orafcimo this month although no
definite date is sot. This last flight will include, if possible, all cadets
who have not as yet have had the opportunity to soar in\the blue.