The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, April 08, 1959, Page Page 4, Image 4

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    Tfia Doily Nebrackan
Wednesday, April 8, 1959
Page 4
On The Social Side:
Nine Pinnings on Monday Night
Make Visiting Decisions Difficult
By Mary Anderson
This week with nine pin
nings it was, in some cases,
hard to decide which ones to
attend. There were also six
Carol McVicker, a Willard
sophomore at Wesleyan, is the
Theta Chi Dream GirL
Linda Forch, a Kappa Del
la sophomore in Teachers
from Stratton, to Norman Hu
sa, an Alpha Gamma Sigma
senior in Agriculture from
Mary Lynn Stafford, a Kap
pa Alpha Theta senior in Ag
riculture from Lincoln, to
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SHm, suave and crafted of the finest
leather to fit you . . . glovingly
A shoe of great distinction at an
unexpectedly little price.
Navy or Black calf, Black patent
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John Glynn, a Beta Theta Pi
senior in Arts and Science
from Lincoln.
Jann Bottom, an Alpha Phi
freshman in Teachers from
Omaha, to Bob Hall, a P h i
Kappa Psi sophomore in Arts
and Science from Lincoln.
Artha Pacha, a sophomore
in Home Economics from At
kinson, to Ron Frickel, a Pi
Kappa Phi junior in Arts and
Science from Atkinson.
Gail Parker, a Delta Gam
ma junior in Teachers from
Hebron, to Bill Elfeldt, a Sig
ma Chi senior in Arts and
Sciences from Sutherland.
Judy Mueller, a Delta Gam
ma j u n i o r in Arts and
Sciences from Lincoln, t o
Roger Hall, a Sigma Chi sen
ior in Arts and Sciences from
Carole Cotton, a Kappa Al
pha Theta sophomore i n
Teachers from Lincoln, to
Tom Bollinger, a Sigma Chi
junior in Arts and Sciences
from Omaha.
Lorna Marcellous from
O'Neill, to Gordon Fox, a Sig
ma Phi Epsilon sophomore in
Engineering from O'Neill.
Donna Phillips, a Delta Del-
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o Fashion
Thursday, April 16
Met frfaine
ta Delta sophomore in Arts
and Science from Nebraska
City, to Larry Ruff, a Theta
Xi senior in Engineering from
Janet Mack, an Alpha Xi
Delta junior in Teachers from
Wymore, to Vic Hanson, a Sig
ma Phi Epsildfc junior in En
gineering from Pierre, S.D.
Elizabeth Banghart, a Sig
ma Kappa senior in Business
Administration from Scotts
bluff, to Darrell Fouts, a The
ta Chi sophomore in Business
Administration from Fremont.
Deanne Diedrichs, a Sigma
Kappa junior in Teachers
from North Platte to Jerry
King, a senior in Engineering
from Watertown, S.D.
Barbara Barr, an Alpha
Chi Omega junior in Business
Administration from Tilden,
to Carl Friedrich, a Pi Kap
pa Phi junior in Engineer
ing from Spencer.
Mary Uehling, a L i n c o 1 n
alum, to Ken Frank, a junior
in Agriculture from Stanton.
Pat Salisbury, an Alpha Xi
Delta junior in Home Ec from
Stapleton, to Dick Moses, a
Kappa Sigma senior in Arts
and Sciences from Lincoln.
Two Frosh
Win 4-H
DC Trips
Kathryn Sides and John
Zauha, freshmen in Agricul
ture are among four Nebras
kans winning expense-paid
trips to the National 4-H Club
Conference. They were chosen
to attend the annual confer
ence June 13-19 in Washing
ton, D.C., for their outstand
ing achievements, according
to W. M. Antes, state leader
of 4-H and Young Men and
Women at the College of Ag
riculture. This is a repeat honor for
Miss Sides. She won a trip to
the National 4-H Club Con
gress in 1957. She has been a
4-H club member since 1949
and was active in 4-H activi
ties. Zauha has taken part in 29
livestock judging contests, in
cluding the American Royal at
Kansas City and the Interna
tional Live Stock Show at Chi
cago. He has raised both hogs
and beef since 1954.
Laase to Attend
Speech Conference
The chairman of the de
partment of speech, Dr. Le
Roy Laase, will preside at
the" section on "Speech Educa
tion in the Space Age" at the
conference of the Central
States Speech Association and
the Michigan Speech Associa
tion Friday and Saturday in
B and B Meet
Set Thursday
The Block and Bridle Club
will hold its meeting Thursday
at 5 p.m. in Room 108, Animal
Husbandry Hall. They will
also hold a Meat Judging Con
test at 7 p.m. in Meat Lab.
Gimmestad Gets
Honor Award
Wilma Gimmestad, Univer
sity physical education
instructor, has received the
honor award of the American
Association for Health, Phys
ical Education and Recreation
at the group's annual meet
ing last week.
The award is given in rec
ognition of distinguished serv
ice to the profession.
Mrs. Gimmestad has served
as Central District represen
tative on the AAHPER Board
of Directors since 1956. She
is the chairman of the finance
The women's physical edu
cation instructor is also the
recipient of the honor award
of the Nebraska Association
and the Central District Asso
ciation for HeaUh, Physical
Education and Recreation.
The AAHPER met at Port
land, Ore.
Patronize The
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'Iseeyour husband's after her Camels again!"
Newman Chapel, Center Move Temporarily;
New Edifice To Be Built At Present Site
Newmanites attended their
last mass Sunday in the yel
low wooden building at 1602
Q St. as Newman Club pre
pares to become the fourth
campus religious group to
build a new student center in
the last nine years.
Razing of the Catholic cha
pel and student center begins
today. Construction of a new
brick building replacing the
old structure will be started
in about two weeks and is ex
pected to be completed by
next spring.
Activities Continue
Until the new building is
completed, Newman Club ac
tivities will be held at 1112
Q St., approximately five
blocks east of the old location.
'We hope all students will
come on down to 1112," said
Pat Henry, Newman Club
Open Cowling Saturday Sunday
24 Lanes Automatic Pinsettert
Restaurant . . . Barber Shop
920 IV. 48th PIIOIVE 6-1911
Wash 'ii Wear
Acrilan Blend Slacks
Select from light,
medium or
dark thades.
Wrinkles bounce right out of this wash
and wear fabric . . . 70 Acrilan for
shape retention . . . 30 viscose for
softness and lustre. No-roll waistband.
Color fash finish. Sizes 29 to 42.
Wash them
Hang to drip dry
Wear again with little
or no pressing.
GOLD'S Men's Slacks . . . Balcony
We Give Green Stamps
treasurer. "Masses and meet
ings on Tuesday, Wednesday
and Thursday nights will be
held as usual."
Sunday night suppers are
being discontinued until Sep
tember. The new building will con
tain two units, a chapel on
the south side of the lot and
a student center and priest's
home on the north.
Original Plans
According to Henry, origi
nal plans were to build the
student center first, then
move into it after razing the
old building.
Henry said that It was de?
elded over Easter vacation to
build both units at once, ne
cessitating the move to 1112
Q St.
The building at 1602 has
served approximately 900 stu-
More red-blooded skiers chase after
Camels than any other cigarette today.
The Camel blend of costly tobaccos
has never been equalled for rich fla
vor and easygoing mildness. It stands
to reason : the best tobacco makes the
best smoke.
leave fadt and
dents since 1952.
Newman Club joins four
other religious groups who
have built new chapels or stu
dent houses recently. The Na
tional Lutheran Student House
was built in 1952 and a chapel
was added to it last Novem
ber. The Missouri Synod Luth
eran Student House and Cha
pel were completed in 1951,
and the Cotner School of Re
ligion, headquarters for the
Baptist-Christian Fellowship,
in 1954. A chapel was added
to the Presbyterian Student
House in 1957.
Rush Month?
Rush Week at KU might go
by a better name. The soror
ity rushing period lasts five
Just the thing for any
crisp cool day Is this ever
popular suede jacket The
neck and sleeves are made
of knit and the back Is ac
cented by a wide belt.
This coat would look
fashionable for any occa
sion. The price is only
$35.95. ,
Be ure to stop and see
this jacket and many other
items at Gold's sportswear.
See you soon,
Sharon Anderson
Janet Hoeppner
fancy stuff fo btginnin . , ,
0$ ) ft ":
. . BvnoMl Tobm Co., Wlaltm-Sili, . ,