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fa Aid Students
"Charity begins at home."
rlere on our. campus many stu
dents must occasionally meet
emergencies. It is to these stu
dc»ts that Mrs. Hetzers Fund
.Ic»dS this aid
Since May 20, 1940, $l5B has
been put at the disposal of stu
dents facing immediate needs.
This money has been used for doc
tor bills, eye-glasses, food, com
mei,cement expenses, necessary
clothing, fare home, and. fare to a
job. interview. By applying to the
office of the Bursuar, any student
may solicit aid.
This fund depends on gifts en
tirely for its maintenance. To this
fund, WSGA will give one-third of
the total contribution to the an
nual Christmas drive. The re
mining portion will be divided
between American Women's Hos
_Mifflin County Chil
dren's Aid Society,
Perhaps you'll be in a "tight
;;pot" some day and want to enlist
tin' aid. of this organization. Con
tribute now to help this worthy
group continue its work.
Cwons To Ha
Far $5 Scholarships
Selection of three deserving
sophomore women as recipients
of the $5O Cwen scholarships
awarded each year by the honor
ary, will be made at a meeting in
White Hall Sunday, but names
will be withheld until the Christ
mas Dinner in McAllister Hall
)i.'inancial need, an All-College
average of "2" or better, and
general attitude toward' College
activities will be considered in
the. decision, Louise. M. Fuoss '42,
president, announced last night.
Banner To Entertain
Prof. Franklin C. Banner, head
of the journalism department, will
the host to Theta Sigma Phi, wo
men's journalism honorary, at 7:45
R & D
IFdday Dinner Specials
ROAST TENDER STUFFED
YOUNG TURKEY DEVILED CRAB -.
Filling, Whipped Potatoes Au-Gratin Potatoes.
Giblet Gravy, Vegetable Vegetable, Cole Slaw,
Rolls, Butter Roll, Butter. Beverage
French Steak On Roll, 15c • •
. REA & DERICK'S •
Allen St., Next To Bank Clock
At State College's Newestivien's Shop
17 -- •
109 S. ALLEN ii
Headquarters For L. G. I alfour Co , . M
CHUM JENKINS, MGR.' l
' UW To Place Refugee Children
in State College. Faculty Homes
With a committee completely
organized since last July for plac
ing British refugee children from
university families, the American
Association of University Women
in State College is now awaiting
word from the British Govern
ment about the departure of a
children's refugee ship from Eng
Delay in sailing is due to the
torpedoing of refugee ships, Mrs.
Edward M. Frear, president of
the association, stated. However,
she added, as soon as the chil
dren arrive, - the committee of
nine women, under the chair
manship of Mrs. Donald D. Stev
enson, will assign them to facul
ty homes. In the State College
area alone there have been 26
applications for children. Dr.
Pauline B. Mack, professor of
textile chethistry, is the state
chairman for the placing of these
Financial relief of destitute un
iversity women in England will
be another aspect of the work
done by the local AAUW in the
piesent world crisis. The wo
men aided will not necessarily be
English, but rather refugees from
Poland; Czechoslovakia, and
Nationally, the AAUW is as
sisting in the recreational and
welfare needs in the army camps
of the newly-drafted . men.
Committee members placing
the refugee children in State Col
lege are Mrs. Donald D. Steven
son, chairman, Charlotte E. Ray,
dean of women, Mrs. C. 0. Crom
er, Mrs. Robert Dengler, Mrs. V.
R. Haber, Mrs. Merwin Humph
rey, Mrs. R. H. Olmstead, Mrs.
Paul Selsain, and Mrs. H. I. Tarp
Students Play Santa
To Woodycrest Children
Santa Claus, Triangle fraternity,
and Alpha Omicron Pi sorority
will help the Community Service
of the PSCA entertain 50 Woody
cr,est children at the Woodycrest
church at „12:15 p.m. tomorrow.
1001 GIFTS FOR
THE DAILY COLLEGIAN
Christmas Drive Extended
To Tues.; $111.23 To Date
WSGA's annual Christmas
Fund Drive has been extended
from Monday until 5 p. m.
Tuesday so all women students
may have the privilege of con
tributing to the drive, Betty M.
Martin '42, .*WSGA vice-Kesi=
dent, has announced.
Contributed to date are
$111.23; last year's total was
$196.25. This year's drive will
officially end with WSGA
House of Representatives meet
We, The Women
Needy Students, Kids
Get WSGA Drive Funds_
THE QUARTER you give to the
WSGA Christmas Drive will help
a fellow student purchase glasses,
books, and will aid him in meet
ing financial emergencies.
One third of the money collect
ed by Freshman Council, Junior
Service Board, and House of Rep:
resentative members • will go to
Mrs. Hetzel's Student Emergency
Loan Fund which as yet has no
permanent source of revenue. The
remaining two thirds will go to
the Mifflin County Children's Aid
Society and to the American Wo
Your contribution will help to
get a classmate out of an econom
ical jam, buy a needed Christmas
present for a child, and aid the
work of the American Women's
Hospitals, known the world over as
a worthwhile organization. There
is still time to add 25 cents to the
A WORTHWHILE Christmas
project planned by campus hatmen
is . scheduled for. next Thursday
night. Coeds have one o'clock per
missions so nothing is standing in
the way of the Poverty Ball. Re
ceipts from the dance will be
given to the Student Emergency
DGs Plan Initiation
Delta Gammas will initiate
Marjorie J. Kehler, Ruby M. Ov
erholts, Beth V. Paine, M. Fran
ces Parker, Virginia F. Reilly,
Betty A. Walton and Marjorie I.
Zint, sophomores, at the Delta
Gamma house at 1:30 p.m. to
George Washington University
is starting a $950,000k auditor-ium.
RIDES Wanted and
Philadelphia. L—Dec. 21 at noon
C—Hollis, 322 Ath. Hall r
Florida. L—Around- Dec:2l. C
Moe, Room 306 Center Watts Hall
Pittsburgh. L—Sat. C—McShane,
New York or Seward, (2). L
Dec. 20 at 4 pin. C—Room 211 Ath.
Texas. L—Dec. 21. C—Phone 711
extension 57-J. P
CHRISTMAS PARTY at the Dry-
dock Night Club Saturday Dec.
14. 'Make table reservation now
at Student Union. 3tch 1213 E
TYPEWRITERS—AII makes ex-
pertly repaired. Portable and
office machines for sale or rent.
Dial 2342. Harry F. Mann, 127 W.
Beaver avenue. lyr-CRE-ch
FELLOWS:—Here's , a Christmas
gift suggestio - n: Second hand
fraterhity pins. Any fraternity.
Call "Goff" 3322. 2tpdl2-13PMG
A gurgle and a grin were the
only replies which Karen Darlene,
new baby in the recently-complet
ed home management house, would
give to the query, "How do you
like Penn State?"
Judging from the twinkle in her
blue eyes, the captivating redhead
is quite pleased ..to find" herself
under the care --of seven -foster
mothers in the renovated old Eng
lish Composition Building.
The five-months-old import ar
rived last week from the Zoar
Home 'at Allison Park neat Pitts
burgh and plans to remain until
the end of summer school. Al
though she probably will return
for house parties in another 16
years, this minute glamour girl
now spends most of her time in a
pale 'blue-green nursery.
Two other babies, Ronnie and
Betsy, arrived last September to
live at Sparks House and Hillcrest.
Sometimes these babies are offer
ed for adoption; usually, however,
after their scientific sojourn-- at
Penn State, they are returned to
the home and then to their
Chic Doll Offered Coeds
By Junior Service Board
She's modern, smart, and up-to
the-minute, this doll WSGA Juniqr
Service Board will award to some
lucky Penn State coed.
Completely dressed in clothes
made by Mrs. Charles R. Austin,
the doll wears hand-knitted un
dies, an organdy slip, flower
printed dimity dress, white brush
wool sweater and mittens to match,
and a blue-knitted coat and hat.
Mrs. Edward Steidle presented her.
She's waiting to be put in your
room or given some youngster for
Christmas. Tickets may be obtain
ed from any Junior Service Board
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KDR, vs. Max Peters, Alpha Chi
Sig; 165-pound: Bill Lipenski,
AGR, vs. George Howard, Delta
Chi; 175-pound: Jay Gross, Gam
ma Sig, vs. Harry Kern, Phi Gam;
Unlimited: Jack Kelly, KDR, vs.
Walt Blackwood, Kappa Sig.
127-pound: Bob Taylor. vs.
Chuck Hess; 135-pound: Bill
Lawrence vs. John Brittain; 145-
pound: Ernest George vs.' Jack
Krauss; 155-pognd: Arnold Feld
man vs. Stan Marcus; 165-pound:
John Hussey vs. Barney Ewell:
Eugene O'Neill flunked English
when he attended Princeton.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1940
At The Movies
• "Dr. Kildare!s Crisis"
"That Gang .of Mine"
"Mexie'an Spitfire Out West":;::
Occidental College alumni haßg;
issued an "Occidental. Who's Wh
"PRECIOUS COSMETIC OILS
... and ever-so•fa nay scented
A magically beautiful box -
...lovely Northmont Stock
ings... a combination for
Christmas thrills aplenty!
These are the famous
stockings bathed in "pre-
cious cosmetic oils" and
ever- so - faintly scented
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Sheer— for Daytime SMCHIO.II
Sheerer... For Teatime Loveliness
Sheerest ...for Glamour Set to Mus;o
0 1934, NORTUMORT HOSIERY CORP.
139 S. Allen Street