Hazleton collegian. (Hazleton, PA) 1937-1956, December 17, 1954, Image 3

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    December 17, 195 k
Bright and early Wednesday morning. December 8, the members of
the Student Council met in M-208 with the President Stan Grussewski
presiding, Mary Frances Veale, the secretary, read the minutes from the
previous meeting* which had been held on Wednesday, November ?k-> After
these were approved by the Council, the secretary a.tso read the minutes
from the November Bth and December 6th meetings of the Student-Facuxty
At the latter Student-Faculty Board meeting, Mr Kostos stated that
chaperones must be invited at least two weeks before all social events,
Mr, Mattern reported that Mr, Krecker "would meet with the Student Social
Committee, All recommendations suggested by Mr, Krecker must be approved
by the Student Council before going into effect,- John Harry was named
chairman for the next Student-Faculty Board meeting which will be held
on January 17, 1955 ■>
Stan Gruszewski asked if the Council had any questions on the
Student-Faculty Board meetings. Since there were none, he asked for
reports on committee work.
John Mehalick announced that the Traffic Committee was "sound".
There have not been too many violations this year. Immediately following
the holidays, the Traffic Committee will meet to discuss future policies.
After being questioned about the Social Committee, Mehalick said
that chaperones had been secured for the Christmas Party_s namely Mr,
and Mrs, Foster and Mr, Steele, Since then Mr, and Mrs., Grubbs and Mr,
and Mrs. Wilcox have consented to chaperone the Christmas Semi, which
will be held at the Eagles Ballroom in Hazleton, Friday, December 17,
from 8:30 PM until 12:00 PM, The band, which will cost s3’o, will be
Joe Monarchick's and the fee for the rental of the hall will be sl*o,
It was reported that though Thanksgiving and Christmas parties were
well attended, neither of the dance classes had been., It was observed
that very few people stayed to clean up after the Christmas Party,
Mary Lu Lotito, Jack Thompson, and Tom Swick took responsibility for
the work, while both the Fosters and Mr. Steele stayed to help*
Petitions have recently been circulated concerning the erecting
of a Student Union Building, At "press time” it was not known how
many names had been signed on the petitions, Ear?.ier in the wreek a
special bulletin was printed which contained additional information
concerning this project.
Ed Bradley said that Captain Carper told him that he will assume
financial responsibility for the Military Ball, Previously the Council
had tentatively approved January 8, 1955, as the date for the Ball, Dave
Drasher said that Captain Carper vdll give the written statement to Mr.
A letter was received from the secretary of the Student Council at
Behrend Center, Erie, inquiring if we would be interested in forming
a state-wicle Student Council organization. The Council authorized the
secretary to reply in the affirmative and to request that we be allowed
to send two delegates instead of one, (Cont'd Page 1;)
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