Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1952-01-221
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o Sec. 562 PX&R i w .rw--w npJ Volume XV Ogden Utah, January 22, 1952 Number (i i t i I A rvs - . J .'1 y 5 ' f , (- ; ' 'i ; ' i ft' ' . I Two classes are shown sharing the Barker Contest trophy as they tied for the first time. Left to right are Reed Wahlquist, Kay Jon Mildon, Dick Richards and Quinn McKay. McKay grabbed first place for individual honors. McKay Captures First in Barker Contest; Sophs and Frosh Tie for Class Honors Quinn McKay, Sophomore, won personal prize of ten dollars in the Barker Extemporous Speech Contest by the capturing first place, January 11. The Sophomore and Freshman classes tied for class honors, sharing the trophy. McKay spoke on the Need of Nations to Turn to God." Men and nations can enjoy peace only by turning to God, he said. There has been a turn to God in armies, war. Science in its need for facts brings a state of confusion, he claimed. Life is not just attending church, but attitudes toward others. We Sophomores Choose Queen in Novel Way Beth McFarland was chosen to reign over the Sophomore class as queen by Ogden city Mayor George T. Frost last week. Attendants wereRebecca Wells and Carol Barker.The queen and attendants were presented at the Sophomore dance last week and the queen received a large orchid corsage; the attendants also received corsages. Class President Dick Richards said the queens were chosen differently from the usual election method. A top list of girls were nominated according to grade-point average and helpfulness to the school. Each was interviewed by Mayor Frost and he chose the queen and attendants judging on poise, conversation, personality, etc. Former Instructor Dale Gardner Returns Dale Gardner, a former Weber College instructor, has returned to Weber this year. Dr. Gardner has been attending law school at Stanford University for the last two years. At Stanford he obtained a L.L.D. degree in law. He expects to practice law after passing the Utah State Bar Exam. Dr. Gardner is teaching English and history this year. He said that the students of Weber have a much friendlier and wholesome attitude than the students of Stanford. Winter Carnival Scheduled Feb .1st Under the direction and sponsorship of both the Freshman and Sophomore classes Weber's annual "Winter Carnival" will be held at Snow Basin, February 1. A gala of winter sports and games will be under the direction of Milt Mechani. Skiing, sleding, snowballing will predominate. Refreshments will be served, and fireside programs will be presented. A little club competition is also presented at the affair. Each club will attempt some sculpturing work and will mold anything out must combat greed and hate selfishness. Love and prayers covers all things and combats greed and selfishness and draws all nations together. "Religion is bread for every day use not cake to be used on special occasion,' concluded Mr. McKay. Miss Kay Jon Mildon, a freshman, was the first speaker. Miss Mildon's subject was "The War in Korea, Folly or the Obligation of Prosperity". Appeasement has led to destruction, claimed Miss Mildon. It has sapped the economic system of nations. America has' paid dearly for appeasement. In the Munic agreement, Hitler asked for a country and he was given that country. In Korea we must give no ground, no freedom, nor bend to the will of the tyrant. Miss Mildon believes even now in Korea there is a futile feeling due to the length of half a war, the sacrifice, hardships, to say nothing of backing down and forgetting our objective. "Let us say," said Kay Jon, "millions for defense, but not one person sacrificed to appease the tyrant!" Second speaker, also a freshman was Reed Walquist, who spoke on the subject, "Should We Create an Elite People Exempt from Combat Duty?" Should college students be exempt from draft in order to finish their college education, or should they be drafted? Mr. Walquist asked. "Students of high caliber and who are in technical fields should be allowed to finish their education," Walquist claimed. Reasons given for his belief were: 1. Russia has the majority of manpower. To even up the odds we need to advance far ahead of other countries in skill and newer, more efficient methods so that, other countries can not catch up. 2. Wars are too close together to fill in gap. Between World War I (Continued on Page 2) of snow. A praise will be given the winning club. In charge of the festivities are Sophomore class officers, President Dick Richards, Vice President Beth McFarland, Secretary Marilyn Lam-born, Representatives Key Arnold and Blaine Taylor, and Freshman class officers, President Garth Willie, Vice president Shirley Burns, Secretary Karen Blair, Representatives Val Lofgreen and Bob Critch-low.Evening activities will be taken care of by the Freshman dance, "Frosted Frolic". Honor Roll Disclosed by Registrar Shows 37 With 3. An official, though possibly incomplete, list of honor students for the Autumn quarter was released last week by Registrar Clarisse Hall. In tfie top bracket or the 3.00 grade-point averages there were 37. A total of 97 had an average of or better than 2.5. A breakdown of the sexes revealed that in the 3.00 bracket there were 21 women students and 16 men. An even 50 men were in the 2.5 listing as compared to 47 women. "Vigil" Presented February 4 to 8 The forthcoming OgdenCommunity-Weber college production of "The Vigil" set to run February 4-8 has been cast, according to Thatcher Allred, director of the Ladislas Fodor written drama. Those appearing in the play are Walter Prothero, Robert Van Dyke; Laurence J. Burton, Wallace Budge; Barbara Cristianson, Calvin Carter; P. R. Whetton, Bill Bobolis; Amos Sargeant, Gladys Sargeant; Lysle Winn, Georgia Bobolis; Laloui M. Hilton, Renee Glover; Wayne Carver, Kay Jon Mildon and Julian Stephens. Weber's Ralph Gray Elected Utah Prexy Of Amer. Chem. Soc. Ralph S. Gray, professor of chemistry at Weber College, has been elected president of the Utah section of the American Chemical Society. Mr. Gray claims the American Chemical society with some 06,000 members who hold Bachelor of Science or advanced degrees, to be the largest scientific society in the world, and is the publisher of five principal publications. It grew from membership of 35 chemists, April 6, 1876. The objects of the American Chemicaf society are to "encourage in broadest and most liberal manner advancement of chemisttry in all ias branches; the promotion of research in chemical science and industry; the improvement of the qualifications and usefulness of chemists through high standards of professional ethics, education, and attainments; the increases and diffusion of chemical knowledge; and by its meetings, professional contacts, reports, papers, discussions, and publications, to promote scientific interests and inquiry thereby fostering public welfare and education, aiding the development of our country's industries, and adding to the material prosperity and happiness of our people." Weber college students may become Student Affiliates of the Society, according to Mr. Gray. Mr. Gray succeeds Dr. Melvin Cook, professor of metallurgy at the University of Utah as president. Chairman Elect is Royal Mersener, research chemist, Utah Oil Refining company; Dr. Austin Warhaftin of the University of Utah chemistry division is the Executive secretary. Councilars are Joseph K. Nicholes, head of the Chemistry department at BYU, Dr. Moyer Thomas, director of chemical research, American Smelting and Refining company, and Dr. Cook former president. Milt Mecham Named Frosh Class Advisor Milt Mecham, head football and baseball coach and instructor in physical education, was elected Freshman class advisor by the class officers in a meeting held Jan. 10. Freshmen Plan for 11 Frosted Frolic" Dance February Freshman class' dance will be February 1 with the theme "Frosted Frolic" prevailing over the dancing, queen crowning ceremony and intermission program. Freshman queen, chosen last fall, Barbara Birkhead will be crowned during intermission and presented with a dozen red roses by class president Garth Willie, attendants, Raelene Sommers and Shirley Burns, will each receive corsages. The dance will be sport. A reception line will welcome everyone at the entrance consisting of Freshman class officers and representatives, Garth Willie, presi-dent;Shirley Burns, vice president; Karen Blair, secretary; Bob Critch-low, representative; Val Lofgreen, representative, college President Henry A. Dixon and Mrs. Dixon, Freshman adviser Milt Mecham and Mrs. Mecham, and faculty dean Robert Clark and Mrs. Clark. Chosen Delta Phi's Norma Erickson Norma Erickson of Weber college along with the other "Dream Girls" of all other Delta Phi chapters throughout the state will be honored in a banquet set for sometime in the Spring. The combined Delta Phi chapters of Weber and Utah State held their Dream Girl ball at the Institute of Religion at Logan, November 17, 1951. Miss Erickson was given the nod for the selection with her attendants Joyce Ann Shirlliff and Bunny Payne. A boquet of roses coupled with a necklace were presented to the Dream. Girl by Mayor William Owens of Logan. Each of the attendants received a necklace. According to David Lindsay, historian of the Weber chapter, a list of high standard were the basis in judging the various candidates. Miss Erickson will reign as the Dream Girl of Delta Phi of Weber throughout the year. 1 i Students listed in the 3.00 average are as follows: George Adams, Wallace Allen, Rey Arnold, Hazel Batehelor, Georgia Bobolis, Kuth Collings, Joan Craven, Dean W. Gibhy, Donna Mae Hansen, Ronney Dean Harris, Lloyd Holmes, Carol Johanson, Charles Jonson, Betty Jones, Marilyn Lamborn, George Law, Ken Malan, Carolyn Merroll, Charles Mietus, Richard Myers, LaRae Page, Ronald Petersen, Jane Powell, Phyllis Randall, Robert Rasniussen, Sharlene Reddish, Orla Shurtliff, Illene Stanfield, Darlene Steffen, Joseph Grant Stevenson, Neil Stewart, Afton Thomas, MarDeanne Wahlen, Elizabeth Wahlquist, Mary Walker, Rebecca Wells, Barbara Whitehead. Those listed as having 2.5 or belter average are as follows: Don Anderson, Frank M. Anderson, Mary Fae Anderson, Everette Anthony, Marilyn, Astle, Charlene Barrett, Charles Everett Bennett, Elaine Barker, Barbara Birkhead, Verla Bond, Beverly Brewer, Ben Orlo Brough, Doris Brown, Byron Burt, Robert Earl Campbell, Ellis Lynn Chrislensen, Herbert E. Christensen, John Clark, Virginia Lou Clark, Mathis Cleveland, Allen Cook, Lawrence D. Cook, Claude Coray, Molly Ann Cragun, Mary JoAnn Crary, Ronald DeRudder, Max Cook Dickson, Rulon V. Dye, Ebert, Carol, DeLoss Eggleston, Nancy Featherstone, Mike Fotes, Paul Furlong, Ellis Fulmer, Jeneane Garner, Sharon Gibby, Darrell Gilbert Myrle Graham, Blaine C. Grose, Maureen Hacking, Marvin L. Hanson, Nancy Jean Hansen, Earl James Harris, Ann Heath, Jann Heiner, LeRoyden Heslop, Patricia Hendrickson, Renee Hodgson, Patricia Hollcraft, Joanne Hotchkiss. Geraldine Hug gins, Merrill Hymas, Robert B. Jackson, Arden Floyd Jenson, Deloris Jones, Henry Clary, Kafton, Jr., Karla Kendell, Afton K iui7., Hope Kohler, Earl Lee, Marilyn Lewis, Norma Lichfield, George Livingston, Donald Lock-head,, Dean D. McGregor, Quinn McKay, Hiroki Marumoto, William Edwin Maycock, Wataru Mayeda, Kay Jon Mildon, David N. Morrell, Adrienne Neville, Tubber Okuda, Dee Olsen, Margaret Peterson, Carmen Petty, Eleanor Randall, Shirley Rosengreen, Joanne. Russell, Kay Kussell, Carolyn Skeen, Arthur Sorensen, Joyce Sorensen, Charlotte Stark, Ronald Stephens, Gordon Stevens, Dorothy Stil.er, Geraldine Stoekham, Mae Strand, Earl l. Telford, Kazuo Teranioto, Harry Toin-kinson, LcRoy VanDrimniclen, Reed Wahlquist, Frank Wanlass, Francine Wiggins, Donald Wilkinson."Titan" Is First Of Film Series First of the Ogden Coniniunity-Weber college theater film series will be presented next Thursday, January 24 at the Ogden Theater entitled "The Titan. "The Titan" is a Swiss production filmed in Italy; centers around the life of Michelangelo. Frederic March, stage and .screen actor, is the narrator for the Robert Flaherty edited film. "Best foreign film of the year!" claimed the National Board of Review.Students anil faeully members may receive tickets by presenting their activity cards at the cashier's window.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1952-01-22, Vol. 15, No. 6|
|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.|