Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1960-12-091
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COM n il'S WEBER COLLEGE SIGNPOST Vol. 2 No. 9 December 9, 1960 OGDEN, UTAH L D. LOVLIES VIE FOR CROWN One of these -six La Dianaedla coeds .will be chosen 1960 Snowball Queen at tonights Snowball selected by Phoenix Fraternity, the girls are (left to right) : Sally Rhees, . Karen Bickmore, Ileen Way-ment, Linda Allen, Penny Christofferson and Dixie Childs. Ulhs Annual Phoenix Si 1 By Larry Peer Signpost Staff Writer Phoenix Fraternity will present its annual Snowball tonight at 9 p.m. in the Elks Lodge ballroom. Charge for the event is $3 per couple and Stewart Grow's orchestra, will furnish the music. Intermission will feature the announcement of the 1960 Snowball Queen, the winter quarter president of Phoenix, and the winner of the stereo hi-fi to ge given away as top door prize. Queen candidates are Penny Christofferson, Linda Allen, Sally Rhees, Dixie Childs, Ileen Wayment and Karen Bickmore. Olsen Chairman Clark Olsen is general chairman of the event with Gary Barclay heading decorations, Steve Bott in charge of posters, and Dale Child in charge of a general dance preparation committee. Mr. Grow is known throughout the west. He gained fame through his appearances on the west coast CALENDAR Christmas Concert December 11 Exams December 13, 14, and 15 Frosh Christmas Party Dec. 14 and has played .on occasion at the Terrace in Salt Lake City and at the Lagoon resort. This event concludes the social activity for autumn quarter, and is annually one of the mere outstanding dances of the year. 'Home For Christmas Assembly Theme By Linda Ritchie Signpost Staff Writer "I'll Be Home for Christmas" is the theme of the Christmas Assembly that Lambda Delta big-ma will present for the student body at the Moench Building this morning at 11. The action takes place in a girl's dormitory on an American college campus. Members of the cast have been working hard .the last two weeks to get their individual, parts ready. Singers have been polishing their voices; dancers have been practicing their steps, and speakers have been perfecting their narration. Cast Includes Members of the cast include: Diane Wintle, Judy Cavalli, Kath-ryn Hall, Cathie Gardner, Wanda Wimmer, Saundra Beecher, Ron Kendrick, Lynn Mitton, Brent Mc-Bride, Ross Wangsgard, Joyce Burnett, Lois Germer. Bill Wangsgard, Jim Christen-sen, Jana Laytcn, Sheila Saunders, Carolyn Frost, Beth Check-etts, Kathleen Reeve, Janet Zaugg, Judy Hodson, Carolyn Read, Julie Bateman, Larry Ches-ley, the Institute Choir, and Santa Claus. Directors are Linda Ritchie, Paulette Lechenstein,, and Sondra Beecher. Robert Parsons, the Institute director is the advisor. BEGIN DEC. 14 Elzey Announces Musical Tryouts By Jim Sass Signpost Staff Writer Tryouts for Weber College's musncal-comedy "South Pacific" will begin Wednesday Dec. 14, and run through Friday Dec. 16. The tryouts will be held in Room 539. from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m., with an additional tryouts from 10:00 a.m. to 12 noon on December 16. Although the main emphasis will be on the music there are many good and challenging non-singing roles. Tryouts are open to all Weber College students and everyone is urged to tryout. There is a part for everyone, and experience is not needed. Opera Workshop All students connected with the show must register for Opera Workshop for which credit may be given. Credit will also be given to iStudents in Theater Arts 21, for students who handle the technical part of the show. Mr. Elzey would like all students who are interested in working either at the head of .or on a committee such as costumes and props, to contact him in Room 521 or at the tryouts. There is a need for students who would like to work cn technical. Scenery has to be built and painted, and lighting must be planned. Mr. Elzey would also like to contact students who can read music and who would be interested in acting as assistants to the director. 175 Musicians Will Perform In Annual Event By Cathy Kerr Signpost Staff Writer All prettied up with musical wrappings, Weber College's Christmas gift to the community will be presented in the Ogden High School auditorium as the annual Yule Concert. The public and patrons of We ber College are invited to attend either of the two traditional performances of December 11, at 6:45 or 8:45 p.m. The programs, which are free, will be of an hour duration.The concert will feature theOg-den-Weber College Symphonic Choir and Weber College Modern Choir, directed by Glenn L. Hanson, assistant professor of music; the Weber College-Community Orchestra, directed by Ralph D. Marsden, assistant professor of music; and the Weber College Brass Choir, under the direction of Mrs. Fay Hansen, of the music department. M. Thatcher Allred, associate professor of theater ars, is reader and narrator. A total of 175 musicians are involved in the production. The Christmas music will include four of the most popular ahoruscs from Handel's"Messiah." New Whip Policy Merits BOC Approval By Jill Bateman Signpost Staff Writer Board of Control approved the Whip Club constitution in the weekly meeting Monday. The Whip Club is an organization on campus made up of sophomore girls. They are a service club to Weber College, and function as promoters of school spirit. Whip has a new policy this year. A requisition for their services must be turned in at least two weeks before the' girls are needed. This form must be given to Mrs. Marva Gregory, Dean of Women; Karen White, president, r Jackie Boyce, vice president of Whip. Must Comply The services of Whip cannot be expected unless this policy is met with compliance. The standards committee has been organized by student body ireasurer, Gary Jackson. It consists of Val Johnson, Jerry Lynch, Richard Petty, Garry Madsen, . "arclyn Sommers, Nancy Syca mare, and Virginia Clifford.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1960-12-09, Vol. 2, No. 9|
|Contributors||Associated Students of Weber College|
|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.|