Christmas Servi`e - Southeastern Oklahoma State University

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Christmas Servi`e - Southeastern Oklahoma State University
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tn'FICU.L ORGAN SQ.UTHBASTERN 8TA.TB
DURANT, OKLA.• WEDNESDAY, .PECEMBER 10, 1958
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A traditiofi begun in 1921 at
Southeastern State college wUl
be repeated Tuesday, December
16, when the Christmas candlelighting service is held in Mont-
rt Classes I
A~d 2 :~igures go;o~~~:to~::- ~dlelighting
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ceremonial, music by a brass ensemble, and the choir's procesaton,
and songs, a pageant, '"The
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Feast of the Star", will be pre. A. kin~ is usu&lly thought of as sented.
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The pageant by Harold Friedell
h&ving much finery, cloU.es and
jewels.· Southeastern baa a king on is based on a mediaeval drama
camp• who' has paper clothes and commemorating the journey of the
jewels that ilave been begged and Three Kings.
. borrowed· And he 1a not complete• «Atbednl SeUbl&'
· ly drefsed 'yet, either.
With a cathedral setting. ''Tbe
~unusual. king 1a stationed ID. Feast of the Star'' is designed aa a _
the basement of the admtntstra- musical work with Hmited dration bullding.. He recelvee com- matte aotl~n. The text bas beal
PanY every Tuesday and Thuraday drawn almost completely from
-Kiss Baker's · Art 382 c:lass;
scriptural o r familiar h y m a
' _ The students are covering the sources.
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ktng with 'papter mache, paint, and
Each year the candlellghtiJII'
broken jewelery that has been cast service is presented as an aD·
off by local store owners.
campus program coordinated by
Talent D.o.- Off
• Mrs. Floy Perkinaon Gates, cbalr•
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man of the English department.
JANEY LUCAS, AB'1' STUDENT, worb wltb the doDkey wlaleh I• oae of t1ae flpre~~ bela&' added tills
Barbara Dobbins and Gloria
With music and speech etudellta
year to the Nativity IIClell8 ~ wUI be unveiled 'l'aesday Dlrht precedlDg the caa.dleUPUil&' 11enlae.
Kitch bave a talent for talking appearing in the performance, art
jewelers out · of their broknen students share a major reapoiUdf ......
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merchandise.
bility in the program. The home
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The king is not alone. He has economics and industrial arts de~IW
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a donkey for company. Mr. Donkey partment are also_.~·
is abo u t finished, thanks ~ to
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Ch&rles Womack and Bob CampStage decorations, preparation
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bell. With the · exception of two of a new "stained-glass" window,
The home economics dePvtment mi$8ing eyeballs the donkey looks designing of the program-cover,
and donkey are
are the work
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working hard to keep up the tra~ painted, · they Will be ready for
Senior members of Cardinal Key,
Climaxing a series of pre-ChristAll Southeastern history teach- dition of beautiful costume8 tor their sole duty, standing in the women's leadership group, are
mas events, th~ students of OPC era are planning to attend sessions candlelighting.
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Nativity ·scene with their heads candlellghters.
will present a living tableau of the in Ada Friday and Saturday of
The girls are making the cos· powed before the Christ Child.
Choir soloists at the Christmal
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story December U at the Association of Oklahoma Col- 1 t umes f or th, e pageant ''The F easret
. , More Thall Ule Slse
- 1 program are Verena Hanks,t Treva
9 p. m. on the lawn of OPC. ,
The presentation is given an- lege ·History Professors, according of the Star' • which is to be P Each figJ.U'e is much larger than · Coe, and Harriet. Hacke t; 110nually as part of OPC's Christmas to Dr. John Hunziker de artment sented Tuesday.
natural siZe to show up to viewers pranos; .tames Snuth, tenor; Tim
activities.
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It is the atm. of the depart,ment who drive.. by~ the traditional na- Danielson, bass.
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ish th
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t 1'vity scene
Mary Ann 'nlompson and Sue
The tableau is the story of the 1
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Holland are organists and Lovell
birth of Jesus aa told in the scrip- ! Dr. James D. Morrison, Dr. I Se- ; tumes possible, to help make this
.T he construction of these fig- Criswell is choir accompanist.
tures. A narrator Will read the !ver Eubank, Louis Johnson, and ~ne of the most impressive candle· ures has taken a · lot of time and 1 Members of the brass ensemble
aertptUI'J!S as the story 1a portray- ~ Do~ Brown plan to attend meet- lighting Southeastern _ has ever study on the part of the students 1are Roy Greer, Jack Robinson, and
ed.
ings Friday eve!Ung. Dr. Hunzik- had, Dr. Leonard said.
. and art professors. Besides mea- Bob Bedwell, trumpets; Don
Those students who will por- er, R. W. Frazier, and Orris Carsuring; - pasting, and painting, OWens Jerry ¥cClain' Ira Wall,
tray characters in the tableau are ter will attend Saturday meetings
Dr. Bendce CrOckett,- health there is re.s~h work to be done. trom~nes; Jim Talley, tympani;
Mary, Rachel Amos; Joseph, &lao.
education professor -has spent a Research on color, style, ·propor- Sue Holland, organ
~per Jobnson; Herod, Jerry
Among symposium topics sch· ., busy time away from the campus tion, and ..Placement are necesAmong speech ~tudents in tbeImotichey; three shepherds, Eu- eduled for the meeting, at which this past week. From December 1 sary. Annie Brown leaves class program are James ScanWD..
gene Price, Dan Haskett, Bill East Central State college will be through December 5 she attended early- just to do research work acolyte· and Bobby Boyd ancl
White; the three wisemen, James host, is untillzation of state and • the Vocational Rehabilitati9n In- (she does?),
Roy white, narrators.
Jones, DeWayne Hicks, Clark In- regional resources. State museum 1stitute at Norman.
- An oil base paint must be used
Sally McOlendon wU1 portray
kanish.
directors and state hlstorlcal ~ 1 On December 5 and 6 she at- to protect the figures trom the Mary; Billy G. Walters, Joseph;
Reptesenting other _ countries c~ety repreaentatJves will parti· 1tended a _ meeting of· the State moist weather. Color.s must be Earl Gray, Isaiah; Haskell Citty,
will be Mark Tong, Korea; Paul c1pate in the d1aCusslon.
1Cancer society. Mrs. Crockett is bright in orde~ to show up from a Matthias; and Jlm Williams, ~
!Gng, Taiwan; and Rafael De Ia
Another topic which will be ex- the president of the Bryan county distance. ~e class is looking for· don Horton, an~I J . R. Halton, the
Fuente, · Mexico. Linda Levi Will plored. by the history · group is chapter of the society.
(See ONE, Pap Z)
three kings.
represent the American Indian and cross-currents in the Middle East
Beverly Cravatt will represent crises
Japan.
The remaining students will
form a choir.
The students at OPC extend an
invitation to the public to attend
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be the official delegates
to attend the national Pi Omega
Pi meeting thia year.
tw~;:::~c:. ~ :e~e::.
senttng Southeastern at t hi a
Monday, December 15, is the meeting December 29:-31 will be
deadline for applying for loans I Rodney Hutton and Venita Meprovided to student. 'by the Na- GoodWin.
tiona! Defense JD4ucatlon act, Dr.
While in Chicago the students
James D. Morriaon, dean of In· will al8o have the opportunity to
struction, said.
attend the National Businea
The administration hopeJJ to be Teachers asaoctaUon m e e t 1 n g s
able to participate in the 8cho1ar- which are to be held at the same
ahlp program next -eemester if time.
money t.s received by the college 1 · The formal initiation of Pi
inHime, Dr. Morrl8on explaiDed.
Omega Pi, national honorary busiThe new federal legial&tton will ness fraternity, is scheduled for
provide as much aa $1000 per year Thursday.
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for students who need financial
Those who will become new
help to attend college and who members are Rodney Hutton. Elmeet scholarship requirements. t mer Rogers Kartta Davis WUda
students who enter pubUc achool Collier Gayie Jones
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teaching will be required to repay •
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only half their loan, the act proTres81e Wllklnson, Dale Flanavscles.
gan. Colean Bennett, Rex Rambo,
Almost 100 application forms Rosa Potter, and Gene Ledbetter. S·A-N-T·A 11pe11a ~ s._aua u U8 ae.t. a llaDd to Ferdie BaltEet wldM he eompan1 ... a&rlkll'••
have been picked up 110 far by inThe initiation Will begin at :r letter. a. tbeee tw~ ........._ __, toap .... Penile Alatt pt bla W made ·oat Ia time for . . .
tereBted studenta, the dean•a of- p. m . and refreehmenta will be Week"s paper. We espeot to pl'lat . _ . , . Jetter, uti a lot Gf others too, Ia aut week'• ...._
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Dear Santa, i1 ~CRATCH FROM ACAT 1S!uden~s Plan
H,re's List ~ L1brar~ f.?arty
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A SOOIATED QOLLEGIATE PRESS
Pabllabed Slacle September, 1J11
organ of the Southeastern College usocJatloa
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publlabed Santa Claua fa ~eiving 110me: th:'~~~· Folka, here I alb qaln, The Ubrary starr is buaily prewe kly during every month of the year except June, July and A'UgWit early mail this year. The girls of1 say w~.il~at~~ ~· peraon ~y paring for their ,annual ChriatmM
at Durant, Oklahoma. in the interest of Soulho.! RSlern State CoUt!a~. Hallie McKinney hall have their mi e will 1
~ away,
e party. "nle party Ia given by tbe
Durant, Oklahoma, and of higher ed~catlon.
letter all ready and have put it on~ ha~ng a ht!ita:~:~~== "bosses" for the.atudents.
the bulletin board ao Santa Will be Flash' New f t 1 An J:Z-llat. This year the party will be J.l'rtSubscription Price Fifty cents a year
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sure and not miaa it.
Heading it th.:a ~k
day, December 1~, at the home of
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1Mrs.
Van Willfa.ma.
~ Second . c!ass mailing privilcgell authorized at Durant, Okla.)
things such as bells for Mr. Ship- ; JUDY RHODES ~ b GARNER, Much tun is ~ticipated by
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man and his help rs.
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JO ELLEan
er py-at- entire group. AnQ all are anxioUII •
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New n:op buckets to replace the an!\ERRY ~TZ:R~~ to hear, who ~ earned the an1
Editor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Martha Baakett pnes which went down to first HOPSON and J ERR' YO CUR ' nual library awarda.
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Doe CIIDtoa floor by the way of a fire escape.
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. .. · ·····to··n· -_·,;.d·· •-.........__.. (The girls on tlrat won't return RE CE, CHARLES FAULKNJI:R
Back ~o... From the UD
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and PEGGY HOLDER We eztend
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Ph.,tograpb '1 .. .. .. . :. . . . . . . . . . . . . . LaureDCe Banlett, Tom Davis thl!m.>
our congratulations ~d aympath official
OUND dance, reAd,·tser ..... .. . ........ .. . . ............-;-:::-.·... . .... Mary M. Frye
Standard ph~nes for Shearer tea and they can choose the on- ports flow bac~ that it wu a
Re~r~: Marleen Pap. .Anllet~ Latill)er, LeAnn Ktnr, Molly Bailey, hall, because wtth pay phones the best suited to the occaaion
e blaatnik. Spirits were gay, eVerJ•
~le Brldg , Rip Daalelson, Barbara Gray, zeima B. Jnrlnc, Gayle boys have less money and girls
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one waa gay. BtJDDY-0 WHITJI.
.Jon..-s, Sally M lendoa. Rita PaJtoa, BW Ritter, .Jaae Boeker, .Jam• have less callB.
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~ng ball wu had by all. KA.N, SSC's beat-loved· funnymaa
L Shalmon, Arthur Tale, Roaald Truler Hlke Baker .JenDy MartiD,
New recipe books for the cooka 1°r that 8 at least What they told was visiting and he wu payiDC 1
Darrell Good .JoAna HopeOD 11m Tayl~r, Sylvia ~try.
which do •not contain recipes for :me. When the PI KAPPAS throw very special attention to a llttle
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~ ~rty, they throw a party. A freshman MARY NICHOLS
Last of all some earplugs !i,r Jdfnner, a dance, and the next day Latest ' fad on campus! 0omg
Ma so she c~ get at least li ;,r !& lr!other's tea. This waa their visiting. Who's the hoatesa With
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10 minutes sleep a night.
\WeekFd to Bhlne.
the moateat ?" Why, 'MARY', of
1 PAT PHE~S is juat down right course. Just ask AMIN, JESS, or
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!friendly, yo all. There's jUIIt no I AHSAN or may be SCHATZliL '
By J~s Shannon
U ~ther word for it. Poor little JUDY ' He wu ibe last (Uest, we hear.
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Do we ke p Chri tmas as we hould? The old Christ~ ~_:u:ellfr o~e:t b:~~ l w:C,~RSt&~~!
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rna tradition "' are going out of style!
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Mr. PHELPS stepped right in and the AU-Greek dance the 18th JDa7
What do we mean by this? Just this! Instead of angels
~el~d to "ease the pain". Be jUIIt Isend tn a short description of 21
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or leas and we'll print a
w1 go en wmgs an
arps, nowa ays we ave perox1 e
a onely room on the second I Here's
another choice gambit 1words
el hearts
blonde with evening dresses on, and instead of the fa- ~or .of Hal~ t:cKinney hall, for gossipers. In this week'a ept- 1~= cio do to :\~~ri~;
miliar color of green and red some people are now using th:r~;:u~~~ title ~~~O~~. by
~f "LOVE OF TERRY", the anity get together with other
yellow a nd blue.
To see the functions of the board =zi~ffec~u=o~ is raiaed. fering humanities.
is a most nerve-wracking expert
e reappear- Well, the call of the wlld (~
Ar you one of these people who complain, "I just enoe. P4¥>ple with weak h~ ~U~Hof ~ ex-pinmate BETrY dinner bell) calla me so rll c1o11e
haven't t he Christmas spirit this year." That's really bad. aren't even allowed in the room young rom=::ces~~. ~e =~ 1~~s ~: last word of advice.
~hen you start to think of it! You are saying that you're wt~~~a. 0 i
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1•emeater to aee how the problem !sCRATCHED 8 ~
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not glad that the Christ Child was born. You are sayiqg beUe;ng, O:d ~J! ~o~~~o!; ~ solved.
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that you have never actually known the real. meaning of have to see to believe what ia true 1 - +--··------- - -- - -- - - - - - -- - --:--'Christmas. Have you ever said this about your Christmas about Ouija. Ouija an&Wers queaspi it f
tiona : not only yes and no quesv
Uons, but ones that require word
groups or even sentenc~s for anThe Christmas season is upon us! You can always tell swers.
by t e increase in traffic, the mob of evening shoppers, the Ouija, through some · unknown
brigh olors of the wrapped packages. You're wondering channel, has picked up ·slang and
what in e world to get your friends. You can't think of profanity when all does not go well
a thing yo
friends and relatives need. Maybe the things with him. Ouija sometimes tells
stories, but most of the time he
they need can
found in a store.
is a truthful little board.
What makes Ouija work? Ask
What about a helping hand, consideration, under- Judy
Rhoades. She owna him.
standing, a prayer, or a smile? These things can't be found
in any store, yet they are the things everyone needs.
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Let's keep the old traditions and the old Christmas
SING ME A STO.&Y
car0ls. They~re the best. These will stay in our hearts longer
than the new fads. Let•s keep Christmas in our hearts that
Friendly persuasion In the atiU
we may be kept in ita hope.
of the night .....
Is it any wonder, Little Darlln,
I'll never stop loving you?
It had to be you here in my
heart for now and alwaya.
You, you ,you, the one I love,
belongs to somebody e1ae.
Don't kias me goodbye, I'll aee
By .our being in college, one kno,.w s .that we want to you
in my dreama, Sweetheart. If
make a s uccess of ourselves. Let's take a tip from Robert you can dream we'll walk hand in
Louis Stevenson on his definition of a succ~sful man.
hand on love's little island· :from
this moment on till the Qd ot
That man is a success who has lived well, laughed time.
()ften, and loved much, who has gained the respect of intel'
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ligent men and the love of little children, who has filled
his niche and accomplished his task, who has left the world
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better than he found it, whether by a perfect poem, an improved poppy, or a rescued soul, who appreciated earth's
beauty and never failed to express it, who looked for the Dear Lord, our thanka we extend
For keeping 1111 safe over the holibest in others and gave the best he had.
day Week-end.
If SSC students will think hard on what Mr. Stevenson We thank you for our bleiiiJinp in
every way,
has. said, we think it will be useful to you.
-R. P.
~ for our over-all fulln.eu on
Turkey Day.
You've been so kind, but there's
one th.1ng You've mtaaeclFor Chrlatmaa, would you Pleue
get u.s off the D and F. liat 1
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Time and time qain the question arises of why more
students in highschool are not interested in science.
Professionals in this field hg.ve conducted polls and
received many frank comments. The majority of students
make it fairly plain that they are looking for the easy way
through school.
Some answers are: .,Science is too dull". "It takes up
too much time." "You don't need math tO get by." ''You
don't make any more money." "Scientists are unfriendly,
mysterious people who ~ear funny clothes."
This should be enough to convince parents and teachers
that many highschool s t : ! u are not capable of seeing
the importance of an early
nee backaround. '
Leaving !JUCh a probl
to the highschool students
seems to be an easy way out for those responsible. But the
reaction we get is a aad one.
' Today in college, we compete with foreign students,
whose educational ystem was set up by the U.S., and these
s tudents are r-equired to pass science courses in highschool
which many of us can not master in college. As one succesful chemistry profesor put it, "your four years in high
.;chool a re was.ted, and you don't even get an apology for
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Life is a teat and this world a
place of trial. Always the prob1ema--owUlr itbemay be the same prob1empreaented to every
generation in c:Utferent forma.
Aa man is now
be brief is almost
being inspired.
COIUitituted to
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ward to seeing Rutha Roberta-and ~
Treva- Coe paint the donkey.
Did you ever wonder how the
nativity filnares are stored after i
Christmas io protect them trom i
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gnawing' mice? Liver of aulfate ts
the answer. This substance ia mix- i
ed with the paste and papler mache .
before application. Woe betide the 1
mouae who takes a Bniff of this!
If you want the recipe for this
mouse-proof mixture aak Adeline
Frazier. She has made· 20 pau of
it ao far.
When you go to view the nativity scene this year, don't for·
get the diligent work of art stu·
dents that made it avallabl&. It
wm be wprth· a second look.
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· The past weekend wu an excit"This is Your 'Life, Kappa Chaptng and busy one for th& Pi Kaps. ter'' was presented.
0\1 Saturday evening the memSally McClendon was narrator
bers' and pledges ate dinner to- for the skit which gave the hiag~ther ·at Mildred's banquet hall. tory of hte sorority. Dr. Sally and
Special guests at the dinner Dr. Lucy and Mary Wilcoxen prewere the Pi ~appa sponsors Dr. sented past hist~ry of the chap. Lucy and Dr. Sa,lly Leonard; their j ter. Jenny. ~artm told of their
patronf.Ss, · Mrs. Grace Sullivan; ~resent activities and Treva Coe.
and their beau, 1ess Arnold.
f1rst semester pledge captain, conFollowing the · dinner, the girls eluded the pr~gram.
entertained· thei11 dates at a dance. 1 When the guls and their moth~e . ~bles' fQr the dinner were , ers w~re served refreshments, Patdecorated in red, turquoise-blue sy Dnver! Eva Newman, and Ananti go!d •. ·the sorority colors. The , nette Latuner were at the refreshU-sh,.aped tables featured center- ment tabJe.
pieces of •gold-glittered leaves and II The r_efreshm~nt table was covred poinsetta.s. White .candles com- ered With a pink organdy cloth
pleted .. the decorations;
and held an arrangement of pink
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1and red carnations in a milk glass
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Iepergne.
The place cards held the Pi Kap 1 A display showing the many
Greek .,letters in turquoise-blue. activities which the, members parThe favors were ·miniature sleighs ticipate in was a feature attracfWed,. with ~tmas candy and 'I tion of the tea, as was the white _
candy cane& •
Christmas tree decorated in gold.
A decorated Christmas tree
. marked th~ place for the guest
book. Th~ punch table was covered with a gold metallic cloth. The
centerpiece was of gold candles,
red leaves, and small angela.
The gir,ls. gave their spoD801'8· a
silver tray which bore their Greek
December 18 is the date •t
letters. '~:bey presented Jess with
a cuff-link and · tie clasp set, also for the All-Greek Christmas dalloe
·engraved witll the Pi Kap Greek at Lake Texoma Lodge. Membera
of the six Greek organizations on
letters. .
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the Southeaste~ campus are &pODTea ;,'or Motbera
soring the dance.
· On Sunday afternoon a tea was
Joe Warren Davis jr. and hill
\ JO ELLEN 'PROVENCE, IDABEL, AND ETHEL STALLCuP, ARDMORE, both eophomores at South- held in the ballroQm to honor the combo have been engaged to play
e¥tena. mow tbelr motben the white ClutstiDM tree used at tbe PI Kappa Sigma mothers tea held moth~rs of the members of the for the event.
18dnday aftemooa Ill the atudelat 1lllloft ..uroo...
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aorority.,.In the receiving line were
Plans have been made by two
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Mn. Bafu8 Proveaee IIIHl Mn. Blllye 8tallGip were two of the 27 mothers who atteaded tbe ftnt tea the . officers ~d the Pi Kappa representatives from each orgaof this ldDd to be belcl oa 8ou1iii8Mtena's .........,..
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nization-Phi ~igma Epsilon. Tau
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dent, wefcomed the others and .in- and Pi Kappa Sigma.
Cand~s
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troduced the special guesta. Each
The decoration -committee ta
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D -·~· girl introduced her mother and pre- headed by Wayne Crusoe and the
UGI aented. h'r with . a red carnation refreshment committee by Beverly
"Candy, candy everywhere and
Facalty nwnben wUl be honcorsag~.
,
.
Cowan. One representative from
ored by tile aew 8oDtheutem
not a bite to eat."
A tri9 consisting of Patsy each organization serves on each
chapter of Delta, Zeta 81mday
Sigma Tau Gamma's annual Bridges, Katy B)rrne, and Jo Ellen committee.
That was the way the College
al't.erDcM&
Christmas · formal dance, t h e Provence :'entertained the group
Pla.yers felt about their latelt
This dance will climax the
money making project.
A tnMtltlollal event of the ~ "White Rose ball'' wW be held Fri- with songs.· 'rbeir accompanist Christmas social season at South• Cans and cana of "dellghttul
orlty wtn be bdtlated OD the day night in the Student union was Gerri W~gton.
eaatem.
·
delectable" honey-bits began to cwnpne ..._ the sorority ~­ ballroom. It will begin at 8 a. m.
rain down upon them. Due to the
ben eDtertaiD fi'GIIl 1:10 Ull m.
This dance held each .year -jQSt
fact that thla Ia 8Ucb aa UDIJeltleh
s :so p. m. .. tbe ltadellt ballgroup they were Willtng to give the 1'00111.
before the Chrlatmas holidays,
honoring the fraternity Rose is
public a chance to get a few cana.
open to members, . alumni, ana •
For the 'faatabulously' low price
pledges and their dates.'
of one dollar any college player
To give pleasure to a single
Music for the evening will be,
would consent to let you have a
heart by a single ~d act is bet- provided by the Serenaders, danceter than a thousand head-bow- band from Oklahoma state peni~
Please???
ings in prayer.'
tentiary at McAlester. · 0 t h e r
forma of entertainment consist of
the Sigma Tau quartet and combo .
who will perform during intermission periods.
The two secondary purposes of
the dance are to -promote ChristReadg-To-Wear
mas spirit among fraternity broth-ers and help brighten the Christ• mas seuon for needy chllc:Iren.
<lleadquar1en for
8t.Aeata
Each member will donate a toy for
distribution among the less forQuality Jewelry
, FeeJ .U Home To Look
tunate children of this 'fore&.
1
All-Greek Dance Set
For December 1a
£wrywhere
But 11tere's A Catch
WHITES
hllernlly Sets Dale
FOr Whit• ll10S8
SANDEFUR'S
Jewelry
_._
c.nece
and Gifts
130 MaiD. St.
101 Nor&ll In
'PhOBe 18
THE NUGCET
HAMBURGERS and
SANDWICHES
"Well, Mr. Piller, we have us a
little TKE''· These words were
heard by the Ubriarian upon an- .
Rhumba - Sun,_ - Waltz swering a call from Ardmore SatRock 'N Boll - Popular
urday, November 22: This was the
first announcement of Charlie
THE JOE DAVIS
Elmer Hale jr., the new son of
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hale of Vet
COJIBO
Village.
. Sherman, Texas
Charlie Elmer jr. was bom SatFor~or
urday, November 2~. He weighed
~
8 pounds and 7 ounces.
PBONB
Butch, as h18 parents have nicknamed him ,is a welcome legacy of
JOJ: DAVI8, JR.
Phone. Tw 2-M82 '109 N. Grand Tau Kappa Epei.lon, his father's
tratemlty.
,
,
JAJODS BROWN
He is also the pride and joy of
Pho. TW 3. . . 1009 E. College
the Hhrary staff. Both h18 parents,
;;..._____________ Charlie and the former Miss Joyce
Williams were staff members of
' the library.
KEENER'S
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GUNTER DRUG
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WHITE HOUSE
GROCERY
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and - Mala
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Free DelheQ
Hostess: "I have a lonesome
bachelor I'd like you ·'girls to
meet."
Athletic Girl: "What can h e .
do?''
Chorus Girl : "How much money
bes he?"
Society Girl : "Who is his family?"
Religious Girl: "To what church .
does he belong?"
Secretary: "Where is he?"
Sorrow is a diaeaae in which
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WEDNESDAY, DBCBMBEB 10, 1NII
appo Delta Pi Re.m odeling .
nitiates 15
Of OHices
Great Books
Foundation
Discussed
The Beta Delta chapter of Kapheld its formal initiat¥>n Monday, November 24, in the
p t-fvate dining room of Hallie MeK!inney hall.
; In the absence of · the president,
~verne Walls, Dr. Marion Severa~ce, vice-pr<'sident, presided at
t~e initiation service.
!Mildr d Williams, assistant
bl!'arian at sse reviewed Louise
Sbarpe's Why I Teach for the pro-
r . Joe E . Timkin, r pres 'nof th<' rl'.tt R•1ok~ foundation from the
ni\' l'Hity or Oklahoma. spokl• Dl'l.' mb<'r 2 to
Southl•a;t •rn st,Jdent~ int r stt'd
in tht• humanities.
H e wrts intro1l ue 1l b.· r. 1\t rgar t O'Ril<'v wh is chairman of
the Grt•nl B ok :,~ foun<l:ltlon om· I
mitt
in Durant.
r. T lmkin c.· lnined th Great
Boo I<. 'foumln tiou·s pro~ram f r
liberal adult edu ation. :H emphazicd the impo rt n I' or lib ral
cchication in a fn.' nation.
tali\'
tudl'nt
Tak
DR. 'LEAKE SPEAKS
· Just because he wifl be a little
late doesn't · mean that Santa
Claus isn't going to ~e appreciaf'
ed by Sam Pool, r~strar, and 1
W. _Logan, business D)anager, and
thetr respective s~aff~.
In fact, the whole sc,hool-~ea?h­
ers and students alike--are m lme
to benefit from t,b~ irhprovements
g~am.
n_o w in pr<;>gress in the• administra!The tra'ditional ceremony was tlon buUdmg.
J
h~ld for the 15 initiates following
Efilargement of th~ registrar's
~ book review. Kaylin Dupree, office will extend it from the main •
~Teta Self, Vivian Downs, Dr. E. entrance of the adp'linistration,
M~
Haggard, F 1 o y Perkinson 1 building to the west wan, ·taking
G~J,tes, Dr. Marion Seve-rance, and in the present quarters ,of the busiDt. M. K. Fort participated in the ness office.
1
inttiatio.n service.
.
Business office quarters are betJ'he mitiates were Bill Ander- ing moved north of west entrance
so~, Margaret Barker, Yvonne and will take in the fo~eign langu- t
J34tavers, Patsy Bridges, Verona age and education classrooms and
B~own, Judy Compton, Gaylia Ann the adjoining storeroom.
COx, and Martha Haskett.
"
barolyn Sue Irwin, Gayle Jones,
The new arrangement should ~
Vik-ginia Kirkley, Gloria Kitch, suit in important im.'prove~enta.
Jenny Martin Verzella Rainwater and new conveniences for the two
clkol Whitfi~ld and Ira Wall. ' key offices and for the students
~appa Delta 'Pi is the highest they serve.
rapking national scholarahlp and
,A new private office for Pool,
le¥ership fraternity found In the the. registrar, will afford privacy
tef.chers colleges of America.
for conferences.
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New fireproof vaul~ for vital
:
recorda, new all-metal desks and
a new so-root all-metal counter
II
GIIG
wtth more convenient and increaa- .
ed working-space, a .waiting-room
section, one door tesr entrance and
r'liVJPI
n;
a second for exit are among the
improvements of the · 'registrar's
11- ,
Part
Afler r. Tim)tin had •xplained
bow a Or at Books discussion
group fun tions, he invited students from th audience to participat in a diS!-'U.SSion group.
Dr. Timkin led the discussion
by asking ques~ions cone rning
the material read by the students.
Th first paragraph of the Declaration of Independence was used
for discussion.
In a discussion group of this
kind you· are not required to
agree with the author of the material or with another participant.
be explained.
There · was agreement and disagreement among the students
participating in the discUIBion. Dr.
Tirnkin complimented the group
by saying that it was one of the
best discussion groups he bad led
among the different colleges.
THE E TABLE$ MADE QF WROUGHT ~N with haad-malde lroll
Rerolls and etch_,.; gl888 tops are just one of tbe projects In Troyce
McGovt>m's Industrial arts claM.
J. M. Pool and J. C. Long lead the claM with their projects. •0\ben
who art> advancing quickly are L. L MoJ'I'Ul, D. D. Blackburn, aDd
A. B. Hallmark. !
At the end ot' this tenn this claM wlll have completed lib~
wrought Jron, and • lathe projects.
The tables~ unqualified ~ration from Schatze Trevlbo and
Annette Latimer. -I
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SSC Malh Club Plans
.'
BSU Schedules Party
For SaturclatY Night
TO TISHOMINGO OLUB
"Art Galleries of England" was
the subject of a ~lk given by Dr.
Dorothy Leake, ~ead of the biAn old-fashioned caroling is
ology department , to the Federatscheduled for the annual Christ·
rt
t th Ba tist St d t
ed Women's Club of Tishomingo's
Members of the Magic Penta- mu pa Y a
e
P •
u en
Daughters
7
Dr. Leake gathered her material gon, SSC's math club, will elect ~:.;.O::~te:tto ~!t ~t ~
in 1957, while her buaband was a president and vice-president at BSU center at that tim~. The
will
11
th
studying in England.
their second meeting.
group
go caro ng and
en
1
A committee of six, that was re!~ to the center for ~ refreshWhat the teacher is is more
, ·
th
th
important than what he teaches. appointed by the club sponsor, R . r mD
urlngi
e party
e three top
W H k
I ted th -4 110 win 1
· ar ey, se ec
. e ..o
g. candidates for BSU Sweetheart
as ~andidates for pres1dent:and Billie BSU will be announced.
Bill
Anderson,
Kemp
senior;
The candidates were nominated
B"BA UTIFUL FLOW.B8
Kenneth Semons, Idabel sopbo- Monday night and all BSU memFOB BV'BBY OCC..l.IOK
more; and David Kenney, Mead bers may vote anytime Thursday
junior.
at the center.
The final winners will be anThe candidates for vice-presi- nounced· at the Valentine party in
dent are Don&,ld Whitfill, King- February.
ston junior, 4nd Fred Stroup, ,
Hendrix Sopbom'o re. The two can- '
didates not receiving the office of
RBA.IONA..LB ~CBS
president will be eligible for vice1 ~:-..a..
president also.
'
gg. I J
Qreeaboue liG8 Kertll h• .lYe..
The election will be held Thurs,.
r Daraat, Okla. day in Harkey"s room 1n the Ad,
ministration building. The voting
The student National !Educawill be done by secret ballot.
, , tional association met recently
-------~~-+---~~
and discussed plana for the Mr.
"
=-~-------------and Miss Future Teacher Qontest.
The contest will be held in the
month of ~cember. Each organifeamrtr.r
zation on the campus will select
.
an upperclass boy and girl.
Tassy
1
From these candidates the siudent body will elect Mr. and :M1sa
Future Teacher of Suutheastern.
As entertainment the group saw
the film, "Mike Makes His Mark."
SHilfB P A BLOB
COMPLETE CONT.ROL T
Eletilon OI'.Oikers
Leo't"rd Floral
Compq,ny
Sl.g' IRI ,.. 0·11-'s
Is RIYL.'W
qf Distinguished Play of~~~ther
ft.a
i·. ...,B
new private: office, in
addition to that of the bUSineB$
manager, 1a a part of business offlee remodeling plans.
The new office will be. used by
Cathryn Wright, chief clerk.
A vault will be a ..... ~ of the
.t"!"A ..
all-new equipment which is ex~~fi~e~;::; ::: ~=~e:,!~~
fi
ce.
Administrators hope the re.modeling will be completed by the
start of the new -semester. In this
event, the registrar and business
employees Will remain U. their of- •
flees during enrolment Instead of
moving to the library a.s in the
past.
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tr h e December meeting o f
SiJIDa IJ'au Delta wu held in the
home of the sponsor, Mrs. Floy
P.kinaon Gates.
Jtaymond Piller entertained tl!e
&Tbup by reviewing 'l'Jpr at _.
~tee, contemporary French play
b~ Jean Giraudoux translated by
C'}!;!stopher Fry.
.
;a.a&er at the Gates won the New
York drama critica' circle citation
u \ the best foreign play of the
19~ season. It is another variation on the story of Troy and
H 'len altho
in th1s Ia tt 1e
n' the ~ mimcltke y Helen
wfo proves the stumbling block.
it is Troy's idealists, idealhrtng
~· Troy's aging poets, so eager
The ultimate results of shielding
to i comemorate young men • •
de,.uts, and its common people, men from the effects of folly is to
gljefully spoillng for a fight.
fill the world with foota.
Irene Savage and Neal Taylor
-h.Oed to th
tin b
ad1ng
You won't become a saint
~M~u
e mee g Y re
o!(ginal,
poema.
through other people's sins.
Members attending the meetiag
were James Scantlin, Verona
~WD, Martha Haskett, Eugene
Sl~ugbter. Neal Taylor, Kaylln
Dupree, r •ollie Bailey, Irene Sav'!le, and Larry Rape.
SN:£4. Makes Pfclns
F
C
or
ontest
•
To Pick Candidates
SMITH'S
Electric Sh(Je Sizop
e
COSMETICS
DURANT DRUG
Progresses
Ptt Delta Pi
111 N. Tblr•
Phone 41
(ACP)-Four St. Francia college students f o u n d themselves
taking part in a Mexico City student riot. Seeing a crowd around
a bu~ bus, they moved in close
to see a fire. But after some
tumbling through a Spanish-English dictionary, they learned students were protesting a tare bJke.
When tear gas bombs began to
fly, reported tiie Brooklyn School's
VOICE, the four pten, "keeping
complete control of their emotions
... did as may be expected ... they
' ran like blazea."
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BB.£.LLY PD.£ t'OOVtJ
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WOOD GROCBRY
C~INAL KEY GIBLS
1111 N. ltll Ave.
Gardinal Key met in the office
of the spouor, Mrs. Helen Owens,
to \plan their Christmas party.
P,lans were made for the party
to 1pe held Wednesday in the home
of Mrs. Owens. Tbe membenl of
t)le I organiaztion decided to excbaitge g1fta at the party.
OPEN
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to $ellool1, PU'&IM. C,Jabtt ChueiMI.
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GREEN SPRAY
Super Ma.rket
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MEAT"'
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WEDNESDAY~
DECEJIBBR
10~
1168
TIN
.FIIal Win•rs Are Nailed
In·· Tallie Tennis Contest
little
Santa
eciaf\
and •
, and
eacb1 line
oents
istra~
:rar's
main '
a tion 1
lking
busiberanee
fnguand
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enta.
· two
Ients
Pool,
vacy
80Uf'BBA~f'BRN. lhllwal~
Shower Sloshes
Shearer's Second ·,
OHdule.
Traveling Savages Meet
GeOrgia Cagers Tonight .
"Splish, splaab" seemed to be
the words for the day laSt Wed·
Co
nesday afternoon. At least they
were used on the second floor of
The Southeastern Savages take ate in the McNeese tournament at
Shearer hall when one of the show- on. the Georgia State Teachers to- Lake Charles, La.
UCCieSS
er _pipes burst causing a flood s~- ~ night to . climax· a two week road
The Savages will meet Dllnote
Carl I & Edwards, former sse tuation.
trip.
..
State Normal college in the firllt
student, has had a succeaatul seaWhen returning from the evenThus far on the trip the Sa vages round and McNeese will meet Miason as football coach at Locust ing meal; the residents of· second hl!ve w~n two and lost three. The souri Valley coDege.
Grove.
~
found several of their possessions Savages played the University of
Edwards was graduated last floating down the hall and out the Florida Monday .and Tuesday af· CHECK WITH WILSON
,July, and is teaching history and back door by way of the stairs. ter Southeas~rn·: press time.
FOR TRAVEL INFO
government. He al8o coarihes an
Soon everything was under conThe ~avages . opened the trip
Going somewhere
v ·e r t h
0
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school athletics.
trol, all lost belongings restored, when they split two games with
His football team won 6 tied 3 and all water soaked clothing Wayland colleve of Plainview, Christmas holidays? West or may•
• hung out to dry. TPen i t wu dis: Te~. So~theastern
P
be you
south?
If so,
might WUsoD.
be weD
and lost 1. Also it was mentioned
dropped the if
talked
to itCharles
ill the Oklahoman first on a list covered that all the hot water had first game '78-63, but came back sophomore, Durant.
of B-class schools that coUld have drained out of th.e tank.
strong the n_e xt mght to win goCharles has just returned from
beaten Ada.
So for the next two days, with ing a~~y 76-?5.
a trip to 4s Vegas. Nevada, and
Edwards' wife Is also teaching only cold water for showers, the
Lowstana Tech· then waylaid the all points west and south. Anyone
at Locust Grove.
words changed from J "Spllah, .~avages- 7,3 -59·
wishing to know of good accomod&splash" to "Shivering and quiver·
·
ing".
~
· · .. To ArkaDsu
·
I ti ons and o f. the .stg hts o n their
From there the ·Savages moved 1way should find this ~ good opporIf your spirits are low, do someNow everything has been repair- to Jonesboro, Ark. where they tunity to get some first hand lnonce rma1
again hhot hooked . up WI"th the .A.C
... -kansas !·formation.
,,-n.l.
He who neglects the present thing. If you have been doing ed.d The
l'f water is its
d k
an 1 e resumes
no
, ec- State University Indians. It was
Charles says, ~ sure an
eep
m=joiiimlieniiiiitlithiiiiiroliiiiiiwslialiwlialiyiiiiialliiiiihlieiiiiilhaa-li.iiililisolimiiiiieiiithiniiiiiiiiiiig,iiidiiioiiiaoiiiiimlielithiniiiiiligiiiiiditfiiiiiielirenlilit. tic pace.
at this point that captain Jerry to the southern route so you wm
!!
Slfipp underwent surgery and will 1not have to have Christmas 1n the
be lost to-ihe team for at least a ~iddle of nowhere." He ~ admonth.
j vtses .to take some extra food
Even - without the services of along m C8;8e of getting snowed JJL
Shipp: the- savages managed a and not bemg able to get out.
split
With the tough' Indians drop··Austin Jewell, senior biology ping the first game 61-58, but realFriendship is immeasurably bet.
major from Broken Bow, was ly up~etting
the ·Indians plans for ter than kindness.
elected president at a recent meet- a sweep of the two games by
1
ing of the Southeastern Science romping to a 70-59 victory the fol- ~-~---~
~ ---=--~-~
society.
lowing night. ..
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Other officers, both junior bi-, · Two
ology majors, are Waynon Johnson, Nashoba; and Freddie RainBqth coaches Bloomer Sullivan
water, Durant.
·
an£i Pudgy Bowers ~ making the
The program for the November trip. Taken o~ this trip were play1meeting included two movies, •An- ers Travis Slaton, .John Maxwell,
imals Unlimited' and 'Dance of the Max Yarbrough, .Jim :Marr, Dennis
Bees~·
Brown, Roy Gammons, Don OverThe science group m,.,ts each ton, .James-King, .Jerry Shipp, and
~4ND
Bob HoskinS. ·
third Thursday of the month.
. ~e Savages take on Georgia
Coraer or PUUl . . .
Honor means that you are too State tonight and thd take on
{lollep . . . .
proud to do Wt-ong; pride means Northwestern Loulsiana at Na~
that you will not own you have tchitoenes, · La., December 18 and
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~d~on~e~·~ng.
· 19. .~cem6~r _
29_-~~-0_th
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,The finals in the intramural table tennl8 tournament were played
•Dect!mll»er 4 in the health and physteal education building.
Jerome Walton de1eated Jeas
Arnold to be the singles champion..
'f'ialton and Arnold teamed to
Terry Martin and Wlllia
Mack~y in the doubles contest.
In the mixed doubles, Patsy
Johnson and Simeon Bemo, both
of OPC, defeated Walton and Virginia Kirkley.
The ' table tennis tournament is
one of the many contests sponsored by the student senate Jn eon•nection with the i nt ram u r a 1
SJ\Orts.
It is a general rule of life that
should you touch mud With your
gloves, it is never the mud that
becomes glovey.
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A umnus . ac ••
5
ful T
eam
STEAKLEY
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Jewell Is President
Of Science SocietY
Chevrolet
Coaches
Company
COLLEGE
_GRo-cERY
COME IN FOR PARTS
SERVICE
DURANT, OKLAHOMA
the
ex-
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THEY SAID IT COULDN'T BE .DONE - BUT TODAYS L&M :GIVES lOU· •
Puff
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puff
ls to
·: •ta
re
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faint
FOur ftlld pals In ont pme
by 1 11111 wbo'd never klcUcl
one before I Bobby Conrad
y
p
himself uid, .., .... ijcbd
1 fteld 1011 In hiP scbool or
colltp. In flct, I never Mil
trilcl." But tile _ . , Teus
MM blck brob two All Star
nc:ords by bootlnt four threepointers, lacludlnt - fir 44
,_., as the 1958 caUtp
stan upset the Detroit Lions.
35 te 19. Conrld Is now 1
Chlcap Canlllll. .
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Change to ~M and get 'em Nth. SuCh an .improved filter and more taste/ Better
taste than in any other cigarette. Yes, todays Cll mmbioea these two essentials
of mod~ smoking enjoyment--less tars and~ taste-in one peat cigarette.
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TIN SOUTHEASTERN. IJurfJiat. OlclaAollul
Science Teacbers Praise
SSC's In-service Institute
With the first half of S o u t h e a a t - • - - - - - - - - - -- - ern State college's Nation8J Selene ~ foundation in-service institute drawing to a close, participants are. enthusiastic about the
ach~evements of the new program.
Peggy Vaughan, college sophoTwenty-five science teachers of more
from Alabama, gave a lesthe area are studying in the field
of biology under Dr. Dorothy son on faith when the Westminis· Leake, head of the biology depart- ter fellowship met Sunday evening
ment and director of the institute. In the youth building of the First
Presbyterian church.
Traveling expenses, fees, and tumeeting conductition ar provided by the NSF as edInbya business
Kaylin Dupree program
a part of a nation-wtde program
were discussed and Adeline
to stimulate and enrich science plans
Frazier junior from· Hugo, was
study in the public schools.
elected' representative of WF to
Su-bject matter is stressed, Dr. the Ecumenical counciL
Leake explained, although the
• teacher-students are al8o learning
more effective methods and media
ONE YEAR LATER
of instruction.
(ACP)-Noting that "the first
The results, participants point year of the Space age has gone,"
out, are having direct and immedi- the Rensselaer POLYTECHNIC,
ate • effect on thir highschool Troy, iN.Y., says twelve months
teaching.
have passed and so has the sense
The students are particularly of urgency we felt with Sputnik.
gratified, their instructor said, in
''After the initial furor we once
being able to see and use college again have fallen back into our
demonstration materlala and lab- complacent shell ... We must revtoratory equipment.
talfze ourselves and quickly proThe program has al8o resulted duce and keep on producing what
in the organiZation of a new DOD- we need to insure our freedom and
credit biology seminar, Dr. Leake survival. We cannot wait.''
said, in which the NSF-sponsored students are extending their
regular study.
Enrolled in the biology institute
are Thomas C. Anderaon, Ravia;
Verne Briggs and Royce Castleman, Atoka; Calvin Cleveland,
Caney; Dale Cozbey, Bokchito.
Charles Davidson, Calera; Hoyt
Duncan, Durant; Robert E. Golna,
Ardmore; Carl M. Grizzle, Marletta; Euel A. Hicks, C&d~o; Mal')'
Brown Henderson, Deni.an, Texas;
Vernon J. Hoskins, .Caney; Luther
Hull, Graham.
Roy L . Lawrence, Kemp; Edith
MarShall and James Marshall, Idabel; George R. Mayfield, Fort
Towson; H. W. McKinney jr., Marietta; Arnold Rambo, Calera; Almon Rowland, Milburn.
Jack Shannon, Cobb; Meade B.
Shirey, Hugo; Fred Stroup, Hendrix; Zack E. Tate, Ardmore; and
Thomas J. Williams, Durant.
With practically all the students holding bachelor degrees
and some holding master of teaching degrees from Southeastern. a
number hold higher degrees and
have taken graduate work at
other colleges.
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Among institutions represented
are Oklahoma State university,
University of Oklahoma, University of Texas, Northeastern, North
Texas State and Austin college.
A- number of the atudents took
their first college work at Murray
A&M and Eastern AlcK.
With the present institute regarded as an outstanding success, Southeastern is making application for and hopes to have
programs in other fields of science
and jnathematics1• Dr. Leake said.
Faith is Subject
of WF discussion
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-Debate Finals Dinner.At OPC SoiiiiAIHIC•IIII'
Climax AnnUDI Honors Senate Reclal.ls GIY•
e~:t~~~r: ~!n~: ~':!~~; By
Speech-Meet
sponsors were guests at a dinner
December 2 at OPC.
A dinner tor the student senators is given by the OPC students
every year in order that the lltud~ts from both schools may be
able to become better acquainted.
, Table decorations following the
qhristmas theme were used 111
keeping with the season.
Those attending were David
~ulkenberry, Terry M a r t 1 n ,
J~es Claxton, Willis Mackey,
Y,vonne Beavers, Marion VanderPfK>l, Kay Scott, Peggy Peveto,
and Jo Ann Hopson.
1Dr. and Mrs. John Krattiger and
IJiertha Mae· Treadaway were the
'· nsors attending.
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Sweepstakes Winners at the
Southeastern State college highschoo·l speech tournament! Friday
and Saturday were Muskogee Central in Class A, Poteau in Class B,
and Waurika and Stratfo~ (tied)
in Class C.
Sand 'Springs took the Cl~s A
debate trophy by defeating etassen in the finals. The Sand Springs
championt\ were Lynda Bemrose
and John Gasperich and the Clasjsen runners-up Guy Parkhurst and
John Park.
j In Class B, Stigler students
Brenda Highfill and Joyce Kilpatrick defeated Robert Blles and
Dee Murray of Chandler. .
In Class C two Stratford teams 1
advanced to the finals. ' The Stratford debaters were Norma Arring- i Janie Kitch seems to be haVing
ton and Sam Gentry and Portia ~st time keeping up with
Midgett and Sue Klutts.
qharlea these daya.
In the one-act play event superior ratings went to Sand Springs
in Class A and Poteau in Class B.
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A. man should never be ashamed
to own he has been wrong, which
is but saying, in other words, that
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he is wiser today than he ~as Y•·P.·
MuSic Students
The music department presented a concerto and sonata recital
Tuesday evening In the music annex.
1
Lovell Criswell presented ~
first number, Concerto in C Major,
Opus 15, No. 1, ~thoven.
Other numbers on the progrui
were Concerto in G minor, <>p.25, Mendelssohn, Gaylia Ann Cqa;
Sonata in F minor, Opus 120, •
clarinet and piano, Brahms, Ira
Wall, clarinetist, and Gaylta ADil
c~ pianist.
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Joann Keithly presented Con•
to in D minor, Opus 40, Kadelssohn; and Concerto in G minor, Opus 22, Saint-Saens, wu
presented by Jeannine Haddock.
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must be uaed each day, for
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does his smoke-ring act, the tent's in stitches. Naturally, this world-famous
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Eng/W.: NOISY INSEcT·
(ACP)-Some important anniversaries occur about this tune of
year Sputnik I was launched a
ago. Central Michigan college
asked students how Sputnik
had ffected them and their college.
LIFE concluded ..by an large,
students seemed hardly aware of
the big iron balls circling the
earth."
Some good answers did result
however:
A coed: Sputnik makes us more
consdious of the value of science
beca~e we think that Russia is
advancing so rapidly.
Physics major, male: Space
travel is more interesting and
probable sin~e Sputnik.
Male student: It may put greater demands on me u a future
teacher.
A henpecked husband wa.s being examined during a court trial.
''Do you mean to tell me that
you've always treated your wife
with respect?" uked the examiner.
"Always," replied the husband.
"A!ld you've n e v e r spoken
hars~y to her T"
~ The man paused for & 1 moment
and the attorney, quick to aelze
hls opportunity, said, "Be caretu1
how you answer."
"Well," said the hulband, "I do
remember I . yelled oaae to 'Put
down that poker!' "
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