About Town 1957

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About Town tVltfl The Younger Set 8> SANDit SOLUM ind MARY WHAltN a a the fcast week has been filled resentation of Jfotre Dame fans With activity for Notre Dame stu- journeyed to (toward to "end sup dents and alumni with Midnight port to the Comets in their sue- Mass on Christmas, the Sodality cessful bid for the Little Pour from, basketball games and par- tourney title. t ties. ' Between the afternoon and even- ing games, dinner was served in Among the Notre Dame alumni the St. Agatha's gym for team tctio are in town for the holidays members, coaches, cheer leaders are. Jerry Kaskie. Eddie Hout-<and visiting priests Following the fcooper. Randy Fraser, George Ro-; championship gamp, a social for zufn. Jerry Toman, Carol Garry, 1 students of participating schools Jackie Lalley, Jeanne Mackey, 8iU|Was enjoyed. Walsh. Ken Isaak. Dick Ralsh, Glo- . ria Tinan. Roberta Herzog, Jan< several Notre Dnme students and Crawford. Myron Oberg, Mary Ann mem bers of the alumni attended a Meohtenberg. Peggy Tobin. Jlni| r eeord parly held by Francis Dunn. Joe Lyons. Jem- Robinson, j,g utcn , Tob i n at h)s ilome a we ek Jim Coughlln. Ken Moro. Jon Berg-' ago Sunday. Francis Us a freshman quist. Jackie Fix and Helen Pat- at Regls college. Denver, Colo., ton. thig year Lynda Heinz, a. former Notre ' Dame student and now a sop ho- candlelighting services at the more at Rockwell City HI g h various Churches on Christmas School. Rockwell City, la visited Eve w » rc a(t pndpd by the majority her grandparent* and friends in of MHS'ers. The consensus of opin- Mitchell during the past week. lon says .. Tncy werc aU beautiful . ' „ . and so inspiring. ' Caroline croups from Notre H Dame went out the evening of Dec A sinall group of MHS aludcnta 22. They sang at the hospita s and altended lhe Mitchell - Aberdeen rest homes and also for shut-ins amc ,„ Aberc | e£ , n )asl Friday Gail Wantoch had a party for the 1])Kht It seems foi . the slzc of the seniors after they went carolling. th " C00 ked up quite a Lunch was served and the students fMr ^ 0 , nolw/ . u . s ^ bad the danced. group wasn't larger. Maybe It ^'I,,^ 1 !? 11 ^' 1 ! 1 ^ 1 ^,! L« could have pulled us through those consisting of pop corn balls cook- g( , M Rosarla head of the ies. candy and cocoa were enjoyed. commerclal dc p artmei ,t at Notre A . „ i ».„ M^fH, rv, M ,» BV,,, Dame, recently returned from the A few of the Notre Dame Eng- , COIlventlon of lhe M)dwest „" " nlt of the Catholic Buslneu educa-' a ™, i Tr,,hteM« »Hnw " on Association, WHICH was held in I e Contest. The subject IS. HOW rhi - npn _. , hp rnnrnri Klttnn Hn -in-: the Handicapped Helps You,™ cago al ttlp Coniacl Hllton Ho ' j t&A Me '" j The Catholic Business Education' Association is an organization of What are the MHS'ers doing to business educators m Catholic keep busy this Christmas vacation? schools, Catholic business men and I think, upon investigation, one, other Intereston in promoting might find they're quite evenly di- catholic social thought in business! vided between tho ambitious work- education and business life. This; ers and the late "snoozers.' It is year the theme of the convention 1 really quite surprising what aiwas: "The Modern Office: A Chal- number of the students have found lenge to Classroom Instruction." work for this time, though. In fact, sister was accompanied by Moat almost any place of business (her M. CarmrlUa. Presentation there can b<> found a least one and Heights, Aberdeen, and Kay O'Netl usually more high school students and Barbara BnV-n. Presentation employed for the holidays. To them Junior College, Aberdeen, we'll say, "Good for you I" | Then, the late "snoozers" <of "What Is your first New Year's which I am no exception) — just resolution?" seems an appropriate what' do they do for daytime en- question for this week and here are tertainment and work? iNo, they a few of the replies we received In don't loaf ALL day-believe me.) A answer to it. trip down town might find a great Pat Whiting resolves "to pay my number of them taking in the af- bills and get to bed earlier so I'll ter - Christmas sales and. believe catch up on a little sleep." it or not, a sidetrack to the Carrte- "1 haven't even thought about gie Library might even surprise one," claims Bnb Anderson. "Oh, one. For these it seems the fore- I Buess to gel to work on time jusi most thought on their minds is on ? e j" ..... ... •term papers'. (What a blow!) Oth- Judi Mullen Is going to see ers are really making a vacation. 1 ™"^- do more in ' )8 - , , qut of these "no school days;" for . /">"] Past expcrunce know Instance, Nadlne Graham is enjoy- better than to make any. says ing the California climate with her U! i; c Ba j e , Nigh t life doesn't find such a sharp contrast between types of activities. Like many mentioned in Oust week's poll that they would 'iparty and party and party" they are! Of course these "parties" aren't really "big social celebrations." but rather more on the or« der of being "just little get-!ogeth-' ers for a littlp fun." These consist generally of a night of entertain-, ment at the Rec Center, a trip to Herbies' Diner, and then a gathering at one or more of the stu- Cents' homes. Almost any one night of the week one can find several of these get-togethers in several different homr.s. t , Following this pattern we could mention a few of the gatherings in "Give up Ions telephone conversations," says Susie Schempp. A happy New Year to all our readers and lots of hick in keep ing thof^c Nrw Year resolutions! By Republic News Service TYNDALL—Royal Neighbors of America at Tyndall held their an- naual Chirstmas parly Dec 26 at the Community Center for all the members and their families. A potluck supper was served followed by appropriate games for the children. Pinochle was played. Prizes were given to the winners. All the children received gifts. the TV «i er, was at Susie Schempp's last ^eek on Thursday night. Instead dl heading for home so soon after the program, as is generally the ease during school days, the gang Stayed a little longer to pop pop- "ULl Tonight Is By al, means! Monday night found a group of MHS'ers driving all overi Hie city, singing Christmas carols to harmony. This was a follow up of a short "party" at Andy Props'. ,Karol Clark had a little get-together on Saturday night. It seems Monopoly got boring so the gang (Jecided to learn to play poker and fiiat they did! When refreshment lime rolled around, we found Dennis garringer "choking down his Ijot chocolate." It wasn't that it Was too hot or that it wasn't good. He simply couldn't slop laughing at (.hat particular moment! 1 We might mention also one party that progressed from one house to another for a change in activities. Judy Naas had quite a gang at tier house last night to play cards. When they tired of this, most of them trooped over to Bill Weller s |o dance and listen to hi-fi. Hostesses at breakfast parties %fter the Midnight Mass on Christ- Bias morning were Gail Wantoch, Notre Dame senior, and Mary r, a junior. A large number of Notre Dame Students and other Cornel rooters Attended the N. D. -Cathedral basketball game at Sioux Falls Friday evening. Some of the students made the trip itt cars and about 40 oth- 1 ITS were passengers m a bus char- j^red for the occasion. As the bus arrived in Sioux Fa lji§ in mid-afternoon, some of the gt.u4ents participated in (ho fiptf in eleven television show and enjoyed meeting the Captain- -Dave tMn person. wiw wp itWQst exciting, 4'' it turaec! out wrong from Qie standpoint of the Nqtre Dame gpnUtigent. Following the game, a §D,cisil for Notre Dame and Gained- ; yal students was held in the Cathedral high school auditorium. ^ five •, .piece orchestra, 4lB$ft6 Ind everyone h fprful ttave." Qfl is a blending ol many we iqve-srthose who are with us, W»jor i-epn Porter a,nd ftlrs. many who this night will be old year wanes and the new one ; — : — . i By JQSJJPHJNP WWftiAN Here we are again! New Year's Eve! There are two evenings dw- me each year which have their own special quality; Christmas $ve and New Year's Eve. Tonight is a, blending of. many emotions. We think of those we love, those who are with us and thos who are far from us, and of those we have loved and lost. Tonight is a combination of regret and hope. Q| the iwgreness of lost opportunity and Mure ehg,ftce. ojf fun and nostalgia. It Is a great; tidle p| emotion vteteh brings w. life, with its laughter and tears, most oj '9ur tumu

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  1. The Daily Republic,
  2. 31 Dec 1957, Tue,
  3. Page 6

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