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    Friday, November 22, 1963
The Daily Neb'raskan
Page 3
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Today the Cornhusker re
leased the names of the twelve
Beauty Queen finalists. The
selections were made on fa
cial beauty, general appear
ance, and poise. Out of an
original . sixty-three entries,
twelve were chosen.
From these finalists, Miss
Cornhusker will be chosen,
and five beauty queens will
be named.
The finalists are:
Connie Svopoulous, Delta
Gamma, junior in business
teachers transfer student
from Washington University
in St. Louis.
Kaye Schnurr, Pi Beta Phi
senior in elementary educa
tion. Activities: Angel Flight,
Lincoln Project, ACE,
UNSEA, Sigma Alpha Eta
Pam Wilson, Kappa Kappa
Gamma sophomore in Arts
Svolopoulos Schnurr Wilson Birney Schrader Young
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CLASSIFIED
ADS
WANTED:
DATA PROCESSING SYSTEMS SUPER
VISOR. Coordinl mt supervise all
aspects of data processing in A medical
research setting. College gradual with
background in mathematics or stntV'K'S
and experience in operating tabulating
. equipment. Computer programming ex
perience desirable. Analytic reasoning
ability essential. Send resume and sal
ary requirement to Director of Re
search. Kenny Rehabilitation Institute,
taim Chicago Avenue, Minneapolis, Min
nesota 54404.
FOR SALE:
Diamond ring set evaluated at nearly
MOO: 1100.
60 Valiant: ST75.
Portable typewriter: $18.10. Call 434-2241.
Chris Buethe.
1 Okla.-Nebr. ttskets. GA 3-8835.
LOST:
A black -brown mouton coat, owned by
Diann Young lost by exchange for
brown mouton with the initials D.B.L.
at Steak House, Sat. evening between
7:30 and 9-J p.m. Party please contact
Cheryl Young. 435-9653 for exchange.
ATTENTION:
VOTE. Assert your democratic priv
ilege: vote for your choice for Prince
Kosmet and Nebraska Sweetheart to
morrow night.
Tswne Club says:
orange Juice.
We'd "Sooner" have
PERSONAL:
fc'go Dinh Diem didn't vole for Jerry De
. Fraud for Prince Kosmet . . . look
what happened to him. Kosmet Klub
Fall Review, Nov. 23. 1963. That' be
fore we go to the Orange Bowl.
Ronin Lemon
and Sciences. Transfer from
the University of Missouri.
Judy Birney, Alpha Phi se
nior in Arts and Sciences.
Activities: Angle Flight and
Miss Air Force.
Lynn Shrader, Chi Omega.
Activities: Rush Chairman of
Panhellenic, and UNSEA.
Suzanne Young, Alpha Del
ta Pi sophomore art major.
Activities: Young Republi
cans, Little Sisters of Miner-
Webster
Glade
va, Sigma Phi Epsilon Sweet
heart. Carol Ronin, Kappa Alpha
Theta freshman in Medical
Technology. Activities: Red
Cross, Builders, and Union
Hospitality Committee.
Ann Lemon, Kappa Alpha
Theta senior in Pharmacy.
Activities: American Pharma
ceutical Association, Alpha
Lambda Delta, Panhellenic,
Kappa Epsilon.
Ann Webster, Alpha Xi Del-
Cornhuskers Stir Social Life
In preparation for an an
ticipation of a Husker football
victory organized houses have
given the "full steam ahead
On To Miami" sign for social
functions for the weekend.
Today
Towne Club "Fall Dinner
Dance Party" 7-12 p.m.
Farm House Hour Dance
with Chi Omega 4-5 p.m.
Sigma Nu Song Fest with
Kappa Alpha Theta 4-5:15
p.m.
Selleck Quad-Patton House
Hayrack Ride 7:30-12 p.m.
Tomorrow
Chi Omega football function
with Sigma Nu and Open
House
Delta Gamma Sigma Chi
Brunch and football function
Pi Beta Phi Open House
Sigma Kappa Open House
Zeta Tau Alpha Open House
Beta Sigma Psi Brunch
Date before the game
Delta Upsilon football func
tion with Kappa Kappa
Gamma
Sigma Nu breakfast with
Chi Omega 7-8 a.m.
FarmHouse-Alpha Zeta Del
ta pledge football function
Sunday
Chi Omega Dinner Date
6-8 p.m.
Sigma Kappa pledge foot
ball game with Theta Chi
Delta Upsilon pledge party
with Kappa Alpha Theta
Masquers Open house at the
Theater 3-5 p.m.
Kappa Alpha- Theta-Farm-House
Chili Feed 4-6 p.m.
Smith Pearce
ta junior in Teachers College.
Transfer student from State
University of Iowa.
Kathy Glade, Delta Gamma
freshman in Arts and Sci
ences. Activities: Red Cross,
Kernals, AUF, Miss Derby
Day.
Kathy Smith, Alpha Phi se
nior in Teachers College.
Activity: Angel Flight.
Judy Pearce, Kappa Kappa
Gamma Senior Spanish
major. Activities: Miss Navy,
Miss Majorette, Spanish Club,
Red Cross and UNSEA.
Art Lectures
Start Tuesday
A series of lectures on "Art
in the American West" is cur
rently being held in the Shel
don Memorial Art Gallery.
The purpose of these lect
ures is to bring into focus the
true role and importance of
the American West in the
history of American art.
On Nov. 26, Van Deren
Coke, director of the Univers
ity Art Gallery, University
of New Mexico, will speak on
"Painting in the Southwest,
Taos-Santa Fe".
On Dec. 10, Robert Hurl
butt, associate professor of
philosophy at the University,
will speak on "Ar in the
American West, Art Hist
ory." The lectures begin at 8 p.m.
in the Gallery and tickets
costing $1.50 may be obtained
by contacting the University
Extension Division, room 528,
Nebraska Hall or the Art
Shop at the Sheldon Memor
ial Art Gallery.
'N' Club To Have
Alum Open House
The Husker "N" Club is
sponsoring an open house for
friends and alumni of the
University. The open house
will be held in the Coliseum
tomorrow afternoon from 12-2.
Larry Donavan, president
of the "N" Club, said that
sections of the Coliseum will
be marked off so that alumni
from various years may find
their group. Everyone is invited.
Open House Includes Tour, Talks
Guided tours through Uni
versity Theater, including
stops in the Arena theater,
the laboratory theater and
backstage will be featured
in the Masquer's annual open
house, to be held Sunday, from
3-5 p.m. in the Temple Building.
Members of Masquers and
Masquer workers will con
duct the tour. Graduate stu
dents will explain the various
areas of the theater.
Also included in the pro
gram will be talks on acting
and the history of the theater
by four members of the Uni
versity Theater staff.
The open house is open to
students and the public.
DAY AMIR OAV
Golds
OF NEBRASKA
NAiaoiiotivwiHiNa
SHOP MONDAY AND THURSDAY
9:30 A.M. TO 9:00 P.M.,
OTHER DAYS TO 5:30 P.M.
THE CAMPUS COBBLER TELLS !
How to Handle
An Old Bag
Just take it to Gold's Shoe Repair.
They'll replace or repair broken of
worn-out zippers, catches and handles. They also dy
fabric purses and shoes to match, and sell do-it-yoiuv
self dye-kits.
Golds Shoe Repair Service Include
Shoe Repair
Briefcase Repair
Shoe Polishes, Laces
Zipper Repair
Fabric Dyeing
Key Duplicating
Waterproofing
Purse Repair
GOLD'S Shoe Repair . . . Downstairs Store
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too. Even the Biscaynes are
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seven different engines' worth
of power 140 hp to 425 hp
(optional at extra cost). It's
a matter of knowing if you'd
like your luxury on the gentle
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Model tlwtcn: Impala Sport Coupt
TOTALLY NEW CHEVELLE! 11
models. Three series. An
entirely new line of cars sized
a foot shorter than the big
cars, so you get the handling
ease of smaller cars. But don't
sell it short! Chetalle gives
you generous passenger and
luggage room. Engine choice:
120 to extra-cost 220 hp.
Model thou n: Malibu Sport Coupt
NEW CHEVY TJ Six models. Two
series Nova and Chevy II
100. Both now offer an extra
cost 195-hp V8 or a 155-hp
six, to give you more Chevy
II power than ever before.
Match this added power with
Chevy II thrift, and you can
see why Chevy II will be
harder than ever to keep up
with this year.
Model ihmcn: Nova t-Door Stdan
NEW C0RVA1R Seven models in
four series. Two Greenbriers.
A new standard 95-hp engine
(nearly 19lc livelier). An
extra-cost 110-hp engine on all
Corvairs and a 150-hp Turbo
charged engine in the Monza
Spyder. Styling? Never been
cleaner. Interior? Never been
brighter. Fun to drive? Never
been more so.
Model thown: Monta Club Coupt
NEW CORVETTE Two modela
the Sport Coupe with a new
one-piece rear window plus
improved interior ventilation,
and the dashing Sting Ray
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smoother rides, improved
sound insulation. Both go
with four big V8's, including
a new extra-cost 375-hp
engine with Fuel Injection.
Model thown: Sport Coupt
The Church ... For A Fuller Life ... For You
CALENDAR OF CHURCH SERVICES
UNITED CAMPUS
CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP
(Prcsbvttrian. United Church f Christ,
evonitlital United Brtthrtn ft Dlscipkn ef Christ)
Alan J. Plckerlm, Ralph Hays,
Dennis W. Patterson, Pastors
10:45 a.m. Corporate Worship
5:30 p.m. Forum Discussion
ST. MARKS ON-THE-CAMPUS
(EPISCOPAL)
Uth and R Sis. Gore H. Pttk, Vicar
1:30 a.m. Holy Communion
10:30 a.m. Holy Communion
10:30 a.m. Nursery & Church School
SUM.-FRI.
5:00 p.m. EVENING PRAYER
UNIVERSITY LUTHERAN CHAPEL
(Tin Lutheran Church Missouri Synod)
15th O Sts. A. J. Norden, Pastor
A. P. Vasconcallos, Vicar
- - - :J0 a.m. Worshl. -,. -
11:00 a.m. Worship
5:30 p.m. Gamma Delta
ST. THOMAS AQUINAS CHURCH
(Catholic Student Center) , tth ft "O" Sts.
Rev. R. Hain, Rev. T. Pucelik, Chaplains
Masses: 7:009:0011:00 a.m., 12:15 p.m.
Newman Study Series Turs. ft Wed. 7:00 p.m.
ADVENTIST FELLOWSHIP
Dr. G wither Paullen, Advisor Perry Green, Chaplain
Meets at Noon First Monday, Monthly
Friday : 7:30 p.m. Youth Meeting
Saturday: :30 Sabbath School
Saturday: 11:00 Worship
Colleae View Ctiurch, 4015 S. 4th St.
Piedmont pork Church, 4MI A St.
North Sid Church, 7121 Lexlneton
BAPTIST STUDENT FELLOWSHIP
Arthur L. Skiikeu, Patter
H. M. Burner, Director ti Student Work
:30 a.m. Bible Study
(:30 a.m. Morning Worship
11:00 a.m. Morning Worship
5:15 p.m. Dinner
:00 p.m. Fellowship Hour
7:00 p.m. Evening Worship
First Baptist Church Uth ft K Sts.
WESLEY FOUNDATION (Methodist)
4 North HA St.
Duo no Hutchinson, Jerry Mclnnlt, Ministers
C. Richard Morris, Lay Associate
t:00 a.m. Morning Worship
11:00 a.m. Morning Worship
5:00 p.m. Farum
4:00 p.m. Fellowship Supper
:45 p.m. Vespers
7:00 p.m. Study In Religion
Wednesday: 7:00 a.m. Holy Communion
LUTHERAN STUDENT CILPEL
(National Lutheran Counclt-LCA ALC) SIS No. 14th
Alvin M. Petersen, Paster Diana Graham, Assistant
Sunday Worship 9.00 and 10:30 a.m.
Lutheran Student Association 5:30 p.m.
Tuesday Matins 7:00 a.m.
Wednesday Vespers 7:00 p.m.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ORGANIZATION
ELDONA EVRETTS
Thursdays at 4:30 p.m.
Chapel of Comer College of Religion
1237 R Street
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ALL FOR THE CHURCH
THE CHURCH FOR ALU
The Church is the f res test fac
tor on earth for the buildinf of
ehsrKUr and good citizenship.
It is storehouse of spiritual val
ues. Without a strong Church,
neither democracy nor civilisa
tion can survive. There are four
sound reasons why every person
should attend services regularly
and support the Church. They
are: (1) For his own sake. (2)
For his children's sake. (3) For
the sake of his community sod
nation. (4) For the sake of the
Church itself, which Beads his
moral end material support.
Plan to go ta church regularly
and read your Bibls dsily.
Does the "horn of plenty" make os thankful?
We do not become thankful by our abundance. The
spoiled child lavished with gifts is not thankful.
It is not the horn of plenty, but the bigness of
our heart that makes us thankful. The blessings God
gives are infinite, but we must have the capacity to
receive. Like a child who carries a bucket of water
from the sea, we can only carry as many blessings
as our heart will hold.
The capacity to receive comes through worship
and prayer. We go into the presence of God and think
deeply about our life. Understanding is awakened.
With new eyes, we see our blessings and are grateful.
We kneel poor, and rise rich.
Thanksgiving Day brings us A special 6pportunity
for worship and prayer. Isn't this why we want to be
in Church with our family? Here we discover the
secret of thanksgiving.
Copyright 1963, Keistag AdTftiMn Barrios, Incv, Btraaburg, Ta.
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Sunday
II Chronicle
31:2-10
Monday
Psalms
86:1-13
Tuesday
Psalms
96:1-13
Wednesday
Proverbs
28:14-28
Thursday
Isaiah
30:18-6
Friday
Thessalonians
8:6-13
Saturday
James
4:1-10
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PIZZA
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