The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, May 06, 1955, Page 4, Image 4

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Your
God Has A Place
On The Campus
By BAPS
Student Fellowship of
Baptists and Disciples or Christ
Sunday, S p.m. Supper, vorship
and discussion on "Where Will You
Be Sept. 1?"
Wednesday, 7:30 a.m. Chapel.
A Spring Retreat will be May
13-13. Registrations should be in
by May 10.
Lutheran Student House
Friday, 7 p.m. Visitations.
Sunday, 10 a.m. Bible Hour;
8:45 a.m. Ag Bible Hour; 11 a.m
Worship and Communion; 3 to I
p.m. Open house; 5:30 p.m. LSA
(joint) "Ashram Previews"; 7:30
p.m. Lutheran Student Home Choir
Concert at Sheridan Lutheran
Church. .
Wednesday, 6 p.m. Lutheran Stu
dent Banquet.
University Lutheran Chapel
Sunday, 10:45 a.m. Mother's Day
worship with sermon topic, "Moth
er Hannah"; 5:30 p.m. Gamma
Delta cost supper and discussion
on "Social Welfare in the Luther
an Church" led by Pastor Luther
Martin Docotor of Omaha.
St. Thomas Aaulnas Ch&Del
Sunday masses, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12a.m
Daily masses, 6:45 and 7:15 a.m.;
MOTHER'S DAY-MAY 8
Second Sunday in May
FATHER'S DAY-JUNE 19
Third Sunday in June
Soled your
Rust Gaff Cards
for both NOW
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G0LDENR0D
STATIONERY STORE
215 No. 14th
Arts &
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BRUCE BRUGMANN
Frosh Basketball
NEBRASEAN Sports Editor
Dbat Team Mmber
Journal Star Award
Alpha Tau Omga
Remember (hem on their Day
TEACHERS
VEFal HALL
Cora Cobi
Z. Z. Worker
. Students Union ,
BaanU Scholarship
Theta XI
Church
JELGERHUIS
daily rosary, 5 p.m.
Confessions are held before all
masses and Saturdays at 7:30 p.m.
Presbyterian-Congregational
Fellowship
Sunday, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Forum,
'Preparing for a Christian Family"
wun Jessie and Rex Knowles.
Monday. 7 to 7:50 a.m. Bihl
study; Noon, Luncheon discussion.
Methodist Student House
Saturday, STE banquet.
Sunday, 5 p.m. Fireside Club,
'What Have We Done With rw
Opportunities."
Tuesday, 6:30 p.m. KaDoa Phi
Spring Banquet.
University Episcopal Chapel
Sunday, 11 a.m. Service with the
sermon, "The Fifth Column of Mar
riage."
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SAM VAN PELT
X. K. Worker
Honor Boll
Phi Dta Theta
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KEN VOSIXA
Gamma lambda
Sinionia
Marching Band
Symphonic Band
Sigma Chi
Iris Becker
Wins Award
Iris Becker, junior majoring in
vocational education, has been
chosen to receive a scholarship
award presented annuallv bv Zeta
cnapter of Delta Kappa Gamma
nonorary for professional teachers
The award is given in order to
encourage young women to con
tinue in the teaching" professidn
Only junior women are maiorlne
in education and who plan to teach
are eligible for the scholarship,
Miss Becker is vice-president of
the Vocational Home Economics
Association and a member of the
Home Ec Club; Rodeo Club; Phi
upsuon Umicron and WAA.
CLASSIFIED ADS
Lost: Tlieta pin; black and gold with
peuris on Domer. Name on back
Bobble Danlelson, ph. 2-3287.
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MICK NEFF
E. K. Worker
Alpha Eappa Pel
Regents Scholarship
Delta Tau Delta
Th ese are we U-kn own men
whose record in activities and other
college affairs on this campus
speaks for itself
A vote for these men is a vote
for a more active, alert representa
tion in Student Government!
'Slurping' Saxes To Give May Band
Aler; Sound for Coliseum Spring Dance
The new sound of the Billy 'May
Band features "slurping saxes"
and unique arrangements by the
originator of the band.
May began the organization of
the present group some 22 months
ago, but is now devoting most of
his time to arranging nnd super
vising production at Capitol Rec
ords in Hollywood. Sam Donahue,
By appointment purveyor of nip to the
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Yardley brings you
good grooming in a bottle
London style
From London, the world's center of fashions for men, comes
Yardley After Shaving Lotion. It softens and braces the
skin in wondrous style. It helps to heal inadvertent nicks.
It counteracts skin dryness caused by hard water shaving.
It was created for those who value good grooming. At your
campus store, $1.10 and $1.50 plus tax. Makers and dis
Itributors for U. S. A., Yardley of London, Inc., New York.
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MARV McNEICE
E. E. Worker
Cornhusker
Regents Scholarship
Elks Scholarship
Delta Upsilon
tenor sax artist, fronts the organi
zation on its nation wide tours.
Donahue and the May Band are
scheduled to appear at the Coli
seum Wednesday sponsored by the
Union and Corn Cobs. An hour and
a half concert will precede the two
hour dance. The concert portion of
the program is scheduled for 8:30
p.m. and dancing will begin at 10
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JOHN FAGAN
Blue Print Treasurer
E. E. Worker
E. Week Board
Regents Scholarship .
Beta Theta Pi
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Tickets
Tickets are being sold at Union
booths and by Corn Cobs for 50
cents per person.
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This new scented telegram is the perfect way
to send your love on Mother's Day. Lightly
perfumed with the fragrance of carnations it will
be a keepsake cherished for years to come.
Call or visit your local Western Union office
today and give them your message for Mother's Day.
WESTERN UNION
I2l South 10th St
Lincoln, Nebraska
Tel: 2-6894
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DON BUCY
Cornhusker
IFC Rush Book
Phi Eappa Psi
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Sociology Honorary
Martha Morrison was elected
president of the University chap,
ter of Alpha Kappa Delta.
New initiates are: Charles V.
Anderson, Robert M. Anderson,
D. F. Clark, Carolyn Auld, Ann
Lindley, Martha Morrison, Ken
neth Olejnik, Anne Palmer, Mrs.
Catherine Riggle, Dean Sloan,
James Wengert, Tom Woodward,
Patricia Zimmer, R. L. Haag'
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