Lone Star Lutheran (Seguin, Tex.), Vol. 45, No. 5, Ed. 1 Friday, October 25, 1963 Page: 1 of 4
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The King and I"
Show Tickets Now Available
Tickets are now available for, through Friday, and
all performances of “The King j from 9 a.m. to noon,
and I.” They may be purchased at
the Ticket Office in Room 111 Old
Main from 1 to 5 p.m. Monday
TLC students will be able to
receive a ticket free with their
student activity card. Students
ELSIE JANE FORE and Anne
Dunford look at costumes to be
used in the production of “The
King and I.” The play will open
November 2 and continue to
November 6, in the Wupperman
must get tickets at the Ticket Of-
fice before the show.
Tickets for the public are $1.22
for adults and 65 cents for chil-
dren only on Wednesday and
November 2 wil be the first per-
formance. Four other perform-
ances will be presented Wednes-
day, Thursday, Friday, and Sat-
urday, November 6-9. Students are
urged to attend the Wednesday
and Thursday performances.
Jim Duderstadt, director, plans
to add authentic oriental charm
to the play. Backdrops are beipg
painted from pictures taken at
the Royal Palace in Thailand.
Much of the material used in
making the costumes was woven
in Thailand. Actors saw two
movies filmed in Thailand by the
Ministry of Fine Arts. “Diamond
Finger” and “Thailand were seen
Friday, November 18.
Special permission has been ob-
tained from Rodgers and Hammer-
stein to add woodwinds to the
The cast of fifty-nine includes
twenty children ranging in age
from three to fourteen years.
TLC TO LAUNCH PRESIDENT
The TLC student body is plan-
ning to serve in a unique capacity
at the formal inauguration of Dr.
Martin L. Cole as President of the
College on November l.
The project consists of an honor
guard of students in two parallel
lines from the West Side parking
lot to the front door of the Chapel.
This student-initiated token of con-
fidence and congratulations is be-
ing organized by the Student Sen-
ate, according to Senate prexy
The plan is to have as many
students as possible to line this
walk in a double file. The “tunnel”
will form promptly at 10:15 a.m.
Students should wear their “Sun-
day best.” A colorful academic
procession of faculty and admin-
istrators will then proceed from
the Fine Arts building through the
honor guard in front of the Chapel
and on into the Chapel.
Fraternities, sororities, and the
student body as a whole are urged
to support this project.
Following the “tunnel” forma-
tion, students may either remain
for the inauguration by seating
themselves in chairs provided out-
side the Chapel, or they may dis-
miss themselves. Organizations are
asked to contact T. S. Morck to
insure sufficient seating for large
Furthermore, the student body
has been invited to attend the in-
auguration luncheon honoring Dr.
Martin Cole on Friday, November
1, in the Commons at noon.
• Students interested in attending
this dinner should send $2 per
plate to Mr. W. W. Christiansen
by tomorrow, Saturday, Oct. 26.
The noon meal for the student
body is being served at Starcke
Park on that day, according to
Mr. Elton Coleman.
Many agencies throughout the
United States provides informa-
tion in finding summer employ-
i^ent. One of these agencies is
the American Student Information
^'Service. This agency handles
positions primarily for European
countries such as Holland, Bel-
^-gium, Sweden, Norway and Ger-
many. Jobs in factories, farms,
Lone Star Lutheran
Student Publication of Texas Lutheran College
SEGUIN, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1963
New Approach Offered
Monday morning, the Student
. Religious Activities Committee
'fftftels, and on boats are available, -vv'ill bring to our campus another
in it’s series of “Religious. Life”
There are more than 5,000 job
-opportunities with wages up to
400 dollars per month. The jobs
are granted on a first come, first
serve basis. In most cases, room
^and board is provided free. If not,
tie student worker lives indepen-
dently in the city where he is
working. In any case, the living
accommodations are prearranged.
Although language requirements
must be met in many jobs, posi-
tions without langauge require-
ments are also available.
The ASIS is
ganization and is in its seventh
year of operation.
Dean King will be able to
«|ive more information about this
speakers. The speaker will be the
Reverend Ewald Bash, Assistant
Youth Director in Vocations for
The American Lutheran Church
headquarters in Minneapolis,Minn.
Prior to his work on the youta
staff, Rev. Bash served as the
Lutheran chaplain at Ohio State
University, Columbus, Ohio, for
four years. Both his pastorates
have included college campuses.
He served first at Ohio University,
t Athens, when living in New Lex-
a non-profit or- i ington, and second at the Greater
Cleveland College while serving a
parish in Cleveland.
Paster Bash’s presentation in
convo Monday will be. centered
around “Songs for Today,” a col-
lection of songs with a scriptural
basis set to folk music. These
songs offer a different approach to
singing as worship.
John Stern, Gwen Glover, and
Rodney Ruppel will assist Rev.
Bash in his presentation.
INAUGURATION & HOMECOMING SCHEDULE
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1
k9:00-10:15 a.m.—Registration of Representatives, Fine Arts Bldg.
10:15 a.m.—Formation of Academic Procession, Fine Arts Bldg.
10:30 a.m.—The Inauguration, Chapel of the Abiding Presence.
12 Noon—Inauguration Luncheon, Riebe Dining Hall.
7:30 p.m.—Coronation of Homecoming Queen, Memorial Gym-
nasium; Reception, Riebe Dining Hall; Bonfire and Pep Rally.
(Coronation tickets: Adults 75c, Children 25c, Students—Activity
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2
10:00 a.m.—Development Board Meeting, Wupperman Little
Theatre; Ex-Students Board Meeting, Riebe Dining Hall.
10:30 a.m.—-Class Reunions — 1963, 1958, 1953, 1943, 1933, 1923,
1891-1913, Riebe Dining Hall.
1:00 p.m.—Honor Presentation of the Newly Inaugurated Presi-
dent of TLC to the people of Seguin, Downtown Seguin.
2:30 p.m.—Football Game, TLC vs UCC, Matador Stadium.
6:30 p.m.—Banquet, Memorial Gymnasium (Tickets: Guests $2,
Students & Faculty $1.25).
9:00 p.m.—“The King and I,” Wupperman Little Theatre; Social
Hour, Riebe Dining Hall. (“The King and I” Tickets: Adults $1.25,
£ -children 65c, Students—Activity Card).
SUNDAY, NOVI ABES .3
9:30 a.m.—Bible Clas.5, Chapel of the Abiding Presence.
10:30 a.m.—Worship Service, Chapel of the Abiding Presence.
1:00 p.m.—Ex-I ttermen Luncheon, Riebe Dining Hall.
2:30 p.m.—Band Pall Concert, Wupperman Little Theatre.
REV. EWALD BASH
“Visitation Day” on the Texas
Lutheran College campus has been
been set for Saturday, December 7,
Gene Ekenstam, director of ad-
“All high school sophomores,
juniors and seniors will be invited
to tour the TLC Facilities to get an
idea of college life,” Ekenstam
During the day the visitors will
itave the opportunity thr tgh
p iel d' missions to meet cc lego
students :.s well as to ask specific
questions on high scl, >ol courses
and other requirements for en-
“Pa-tors will be sent further
information later,” Ekenstam
Part of the program for the day
will be the opportunity to attend
Pastor Bash will be available to
talk to students about Youth Min-
istries during his stay on campus.
Dr. Cole will speak in convo
on Wednesday. His subject will
be “Luther and the Free Mind.”
Captain Matheny, Chief of the
San Antonio Juvenile Bureau,
will speak in Riebe Dining Hall on
Friday, October 2, from 7:30 to
9:30 p.m. His subject wil include
narcotics, sex, and other problems
which are facing today’s youth.
The fourth edition of the “Al-
pha Thorn” will appear at Home-
coming this year on Friday, Octo-
ber 1. As usual, the paper is being
published under the auspices of
the Kappa Pi Alpha fraternity.
The price of this year’s “Alpha
Thorn” wil be 10 cents. It will be
on sale in the Kennel during
Homecoming week end.
Seniors planning to teach school
will be able to take the National
Teachers Examinations on Feb-
ruary 1, 1964. This date was aa-
nounced by the Educational Test-
ing Service of Princeton, New
Scores on the National Teacher
Examinations are used by large
school districts in hiring and by
several states in certifying teach-
ers. Bulletins of information con-
taining registration forms, inform-
ation about the school systems
using the test and about the
February 1 administration may be
obtained from Dean Zunker.
Registration for the tests opens
November 1, 1963 and closes
January 17, 1964.
Ada Pargmann, junior art stu-
dent from Runge, Texas, has been
awarded the first “Art Student of
the Month” citation with an ex-
hibition of one of her paintings on
a special wall in the presidents
office until mid-November. At this
time the painting will be replaced
by another student’s work especi-
ally recognized for personal and
technical achievement in the
The painting is done in luminous
colors of cool greens, blues, and
accents of red. Its atmospheric
textures are graphically suggestive
gliding wharfs that seem to move
mysteriously through time and
As first recipient of this honor,
Pargmann gets a cash award of
twenty-five dollars, donated anony-
mously to acknowledge the vitality
of the Visual Arts program in its
third year at TLC under its found-
er and head, assistant professor
of art, Charles Frank Charles.
According to Charles, the cash
award is a very practical one,
considering the heavy expense of
art supplies and the absence of.
scholarship funds available to the
ADA PARGMANN, Charles
Frank Charles (center), and Dr.
A. G. Gustafson are shown as
Ada receives the first “Art Stu-
dent of the Month” citation.
The winning painting is in the
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