Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1948-02-131
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Adams Voted 'Friendliest Girl' Story on Page 3 Sec 562, P. L. & R. l i m k Kt f j r- o rr to rra vv m r-s i.J !. a Will Feature Preference Ball, Charm Clinic, Fashion Show h Coed Week, the most eventful week of the school, year and the most charming of all Associated Women Students' traditions, will begin Monday, February 16, with activities lasting to the 20th. The week's program is under the direction of AWb otticers and the Dean of Women, miss mae wening The purpose of Coed weeK make girls an the Weber Family Tnsciols of the possibilities, o personality and charm development. The few suggestions about style, noise and attractiveness are designed to bring out the hidden qualities every girl possesses. Monday evening will feature a voUeyball game in which women faculty members will oppose a stu dent team composed of one girl from every team active m the ln- amural program This activity, sponsored by the Women's Athletic Association, will be held in the gm at 5 p. m. Conduct Round Table To get the masculine point of . .. . ;;t,o t-rinks and life, a view on idiim"' round table discussion will be conducted in the women's lounge Tuesday at 11 a. m. Fellows will discuss and answer questions asked by CaSPtheCOeve'ning of Wednesday, February 18, Tri Vesta, Home Economics organization, will feature a Charm Clinic at which girls may find answers to problems on hair, hands, make-up, proper colors, and attractive styles given by experts in these fields. Ro Lan's will present on Thursday evening in the Institute of Religion a Spring Fashion Revue of all types and styles ui uivri.ui"a every occasion. Girls will be chosen to model the fashions from among the women students on the campus. Present Dance Highlight of the week's activity will be the "Qpids Q", annual preference ball, to be held in the Weber college ballroom at 9 p. m. Tickets may be obtained from council members for $1.00. Deviat- Excelsior Slates Ball Tonite Dance to Feature Presentation Of Club Sweetheart WEEK'S EVENTS Monday, February 16, 1948, 5 p. m. Gymnasium, volleyball game, Women Faculty vs. Student team. Tuesday, February 17, 1948, 11:00 a. m. Women's Lounge, '"Date Data" panel discussion by fellows. Wednesday, February 18, 1948, 7:30 p. m. Cosmetology Lab. Tri Vesta presents the Charm Clinic. Thursday, February 19, 1948, 7:30 p. m. LDS Institute of Religion, Spring Fashion Revue, presented by Ro Lan's. Friday, February 20, 1948, 9:00 p. m. Weber college ballroom. Qpids Q. $1.00 a couple. SPECIAL ISSUE This issue of the Signpost is written by and for the Associated Women Students of Weber college. Regular publication under the regular staff will begin again next week. Point Rates Show Girls Are Highest Scholastic honors at Weber college were taken by the girls for the autumn quarter, leaving the affiliated fellows trailing behind. Top average was gained By ia uianae-da, with a 2.19. Following very ,i-.lncp-lv was Sharmea. with a 2.16, and then Iota, with 2.11. Averages of the clubs are listed in their de rTA3iTnr order. La Dianaeda Sharmea 2.16. Iota Tau Kappa. 2.11 Tiki Kapa Kapa -2.09 Phoenix .'.2.08 Sophvita - 2 03 Otyokwa 2-02 Chanodo 196 Viking . - I-87 Alpha Rho Omega. 1-77 Excelsior Club 1-76 Sigma !-73 Skull I-61 Frenisti - 1-56 ing from the traditional formal affairs, "heels and ties" will be the order of the evening. During the past week the pink and white ballot box in the women's lounge intrigued many a shy miss to drop in her preference for a date. Specially prepared invitations will be received by the fellows in the mail Monday, February 16, so girls may expect an acceptance any time after that The "most preferred men", chosen by a majority vote according to who was selected for a date the most number of times, will be honored during intermission at the dance and given a gift. Tinlr White Decorations Decorations for the evening will follow the theme of the dance "Qpids Q". Arrows and cupids in pink and white will adorn the ball c.hestra has been en gaged and promises delightful, danceable music for all who attend. According to Carma Baggs, general dance chairman, all possible attempts have been made to see that the dance is a success. Working along with Miss Baggs are Carol Payne, Mary Ellen Jep-son, Elaine Freeman, Kathryn Bai-ly and Elaine Fetcher on decorations; La Rene Rhees, Joanne Anderson, Clara Rollison and Margaret Smith on publicity; Lou Jean Gibby, Beverly Foulger and Nona Lou Shupe on programs; Edith Oda and Donna Richards on tickets. Excelsior's annual Sweetheart Ball, to feature the presentation of this year's club sweetheart chosen by film actor Tyrone Power, will be held tonight at the Weber college ballroom, commencing at 9 p. m. To be semi-formal, the dance will feature Mert Draper's ten-piece orchestra from Lagoon. Tickets are $1.50 per couple, and may be purchased from any Excelsior member. The five W. C. coeds competing for the title of Excelsior sweetheart are Marilyn Brewer, Char-lene Anderson, Jean Nelson, Glenna Jensen, and Marion Clark. Winner of the olub honor will be selected by movie actor Tyrone Power, who will judge the five candidates from photographs sent to him. To Receive Lockets - Winning- contestant will receive the club's annual award of a gold locket and an autographed picture of Power, plus a kiss from Excelsior President Jerry Green. Tn addition, the Excelsior sweet heart will be interviewed by Marilyn Robinson, Miss Utah of 1948, over radio station KOPP on Miss Robinson's weekly Saturday morn ing radio show. A Valentine decoration scheme will he followed at the dance, said President Green, adding that a banquet for club members, their partners, and the sweetheart candidates will be held at Ma's and Pa's, Roy, prior to the dance. Swanner '47 Sweetheart Last vear's club sweetheart was Phyllis Swanner, who was chosen by actor Alan Ladd. Other Excelsior officers who are aiding in planning the event are Don Frandsen, vice-president; Jack Porter, secretary; Gary Gourley, sergeant-atjarms ; and Paul Davis, treasurer. r r Volume 11, Number 13 Friday, February 13, 1948 y? a; feL -AAA W 4AvA4 P! 4 L f rtAi- . ' v She's Friendliest The "Friendliest Girl" was the title bestowed upon this brown-eyed blonde. Krma Adams radiates her sweet personality into every nook and cranny of "Ye olde Alma Mater". IDEAL GIRL Three Weber Males Define Dream Girl Have you ever wondered just how. a boy would like you to be and act? Well, we wondered, too, and so when Coed Week came along, it seemed just the right time to find out what we girls would have to be Gals to Eye New Styles At Fashion Revue Charm Problems Aired at Clinic A Charm Clinic, under the title "Warp the Facta". Will be conducted Wednesday, February 18, at 4:45 p. m. in the cosmetology laboratory, Room 107, Vocational building, by Mrs. Mae Watson, director or tne cosmetology department. Hostesses tor tne event win ue members of Tri Vesta, home economics club, with Doris Hess, pres ident, as director. Mrs. Watson will demonstrate how to care for the facial com plexion. A model will be used to show what can be done to keep a youthful complexion lovely and in excellent condition; another model will be used to show methods of improving skin irritations and difficulties.The proper use of make-up foundations, rouge, lipstick, powders, and eve-makeun for the coed will be under discussion. Any questions girls have regarding phases of cos metology may be asked Mrs. wat-son or handed to her before the discussion. Displays and charts of the basic elements which are used in making cosmetics will be featured. "Face the Facts" is the third in a series of events sponsored during Coed Week. I tsr. h ( a ; f "''''I Here Janet Anderson, who will model in the fashion revue on Thursday, poses in a charming black date dress with the new circular skirt. Tn rnniiiTinl.ion with one of Og- den's leading retail store, Ro Lan's, the Associated Women Students will present a spring fashion revue in the LDS Institute of Religion, Thursday evening, February 19, at 7:30 p. m. The newest spring styles in clothes- appropriate for campus and career wear, for dating, either casual or formal, and for all types of sports and activities, as well as line-erie and robes will be on pa- irade Kneni.n.1 pmnhasis is being placed on the selection of jewelry and accessories in order to show all the different ways in which a basic costume may be worn Picked for Suitability Effective use of scarves, huts, and blouses in unusual colors will also be treated. All clothing will be picked for its suitability to the coed's desires and to her quite limited budget. The various fashions will be modeled by Weber college girls who were picked for their figure, posture, and charm. Each one will pose in three different styles of clothing. Models are Louise Hobbs, Tnvi-P P.artriipv Janet Anderson. Carol Huss, Celia Larson, Lolita Field, Reva Brown, Charlene Anderson, Martha Graham, and Shirley Chambers. Comments by Peterson Comments on the different combinations and a few tips on fashions will be presented by Posie Peterson during the how. It is under the direction of Rosie Peterson, Carol Scofield, Ann Cooper, and Megan Pidcock, with the aid of well informed workers at PwO Lan's. like to be a fellow's "ideal is what we were informed: PART. TIIORSTED: What type of a girl do most fellows dream of? Is it a girl like Fanglesnap, or a girl like Lana Turner? My dreams hold a erirl with a figure of Lana Turner and a pair of legs like Bet ty Grable. She has a personality that fits her like a glove, for she is always happy and full of fun. She is ready to cooperate with any plan at any time and will go to no limits to please people. She is always active m any tunc-tion that concerns her or her friends, such as social and club activities. She is not as eccentric as most girls, for she does not go for the 1890 dress of today. She is a modern girl with modern ideas Using good taste and common sense is the main factor in becoming popular. Friendliness and initiative are factors of success. Mix these together and put them in one, (Cont. on Page 8, Col. 2) Weber Girls to Get Male Viewpoint "Date Data", a round table discussion, will enable girls to get the masculine point of view on current feminine problems. Conducted by Miss Mae Welling, dean of women, these tips to girls will be given in the women's lounge, Tuesday, February 17, at 11 a. m. by fellows picked at random to voice their views on the subject of "girls". All types of fellows from the fields of sports, music, debate, writing and science have been asked to participate. The fellows are Dick Peterson, Bob Daniels, Owen Barnett, Rabbit Watts, Paul Polton. Lee Lalli. Rollv Rob- ison, Russ Thorne, and Thayne Harris. Questions about dates, clothes, personality, or any other pertinent subject may be written and handed in at Miss Welling's office or may be asked from the audience during the panel.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1948-02-13, Vol. 11, No. 13|
|Contributors||Associated Students of Weber College; A generous grant from the Utah State Library and the Institute of Museum and Library Services.|
|Description||Weber's current student newspaper, the Signpost, first appeared on September 29, 1937. For two years prior to that time, campus news was disseminated via announcements posted on a bulletin board known as the "Signpost". As a result, the masthead of the first issue of the paper itself featured a rudimentary wooden sign with the title spelled out in rustic-looking letters. Over the years the paper has been published continuously, though the look, size and style has changed several times.|
|Subject||College student newspapers and periodicals; Weber College|
|Publisher Digital||Stewart Library, Weber State University|
|Source||University Archives LD5893.W55 S5, Stewart Library, Weber State University|
|Rights Management||Public Domain. Courtesy of University Archives, Stewart Library, Weber State University.|