Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1962-10-191
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n n p Gil eg Ei Elopes For eco Horn suing Oct. 19 i Oct. 19 Oct. 19 Oct. 20 Oct. 21 Oct. 23 Oct. 24 Oct. 25 Mext Week Is Big One By Bruce Hadfield The spirit of Weber will be ignited during the week of October 22-27 as students and alumni participate in the annual Homecoming Celebration.Beginning with the Coronation Ball tonight and following through the week's activities this year's Homecoming promises to be the biggest and best ever. A variety show sponsored by AMS and AWS and featuring alumni competing for their various organizations will take place Tuesday evening at Bonneville High. Alumni Assembly Friday, October 26, will prove another busy day as alumni present an assembly for members of the student body. The alumni banquet is scheduled for that evening. A pep rally will see excitement rise for the big game as the bonfires burn, and the W on the hill is lit. Also on the agenda for Friday night will be the introduction of the team. Saturday's activities will begin with the Homecoming parade, starting at 11 a.m. and featuring floats from the school organizations and several high school bands Big Game Weber Stadium will be packed Saturday afternoon as eager spectators take in the action between the Weber Wildcats and the College of Idaho. Starting time is 2 p.m. Following the game a coffee hour will be held in the UB. The big climax to the week's activities will be the Homecoming Dance, featuring the music of the famous Y's Men, Saturday night, October 27. . y . WW V . ..v ...... v:9 Homecoming Queen finalists are Judy Beyns, Vickie Hugglns, Penny Madson, Beth Grimstad, Nila Bunderson and Blythe Southern. VOL. 4 NO. 4 OCTOBER 19, 1962 OGDEN, UTAH Meet Your Candidates Frosli Go To Polls Today For Officials The fury of campaigning will cool today 'as freshman make final selection for class officers. Candidates for president are Roger Petersen, a former Weber High student, and Mike Jensen, an Ogden High alumnus. Roger is 'a pre-law major with interests in debate and football. Vice Prexy Running for vice president are Tex Bourland and Anna Mae Clifford. Tex attended Ogden High where he was interested in theater and oratory. Ann Mae is a graduate of Davis High. She was secretary of her sophomore, junior and senior classes. COMING ATTRACTIONS - Final Queen Elections Coronation Ball - Final Frosh Elections Home game with Idaho State - Acceptance Teas for Clubs - Variety Show, Bonne ville High Robert St. John Union Movie Oct. 26 Alumni Banquet and Assembly Oct. 26 Flaming "W" Hike Oct. 27 Homecoming game with Caldwell, Idaho Oct. 27 Homecoming Parade Oct. 27 Dance Oct. 28 Acceptance Tea, for Clubs Oct. 30 Political Science Assembly Oct. 30 Halloween Movie Opponents for secretary are Lei-lani Fuller, an Ogden High grad, and Steve Parker. Steve attended Davis High and was a cheerleader there. Steve plans a pre-law major. Leilani was active in Girls Association .at Ogden and enjoys skiing and football. John Howiarth of Ogden High and Kathy Hurst of Weber High are vying for the 1st Senator post. John is majoring in medical technology and works as a laboratory technician at the Dee Hospital. Kathy was active in high school debate and politics. She is a political science major. The post of 2nd senator is being sought by Cathy Hammon and Jim Jacobs. Cathy was editor of her high school yearbook at Davis and was active there in debate and speech. She is a history major. Jim is an Ogden High graduate. Queen Ball Tonight By Bruce Hadfield One of six lovely girls will be crowned Homecoming Queen at the gala Coronation Ball tonight. Finalists previously selected from a field of 12 candidates include: Nila Bunderson, Excelsior; Judy Reyns, O.T.; Penny Madsen, Colleens; Beth Grimstad, W.I.A.; Blythe Southern, L.D.S.; and Vicki Huggins, Sigma. Annette Wheeler Nate, last vear's Homecoming Queen, will crown her successor when the announcement is made during the intermission. Two attendants will also be named. New Crown The royalty will all receive trophies and donated gifts from local merchants. An added feature this year includes a new purple robe and also a new crown. The queen and her attendants will reign during all Homecoming activities. The Coronation Ball begins at 9 p.m. in the Union Building. Best dress is in order, and tickets are $1.50 per couple. WC Enrollment Shoots Up, Up The Weber College student body has increased 16.8 over last year, and 45.5 ever two years ago. There are 58 more freshmen on campus than last year, and there are 460 full time juniors. There are 706 sophomores this year as compared with 677 two years ago. Looking at the totals, Weber College now boasts a registration of 4452 full time day students and a total of 1689 evening school students. Author Will Visit Here By Kathy Grose Robert St. John, internationally famous news commentator, cor-respondant, and author, wil lecture here on October 24, in the Ogden High Auditorium. Author of fourteen best sellers and inumerable magazine articles, St. John recently returned from an extensive tour of north, east and west Africa. He has studied the problems of these people and will relate his experiences and observances at this lecture. St. John will carry his four lecture aids during this appearance: his typewriter, which traveled with him to over sixty sovereign states; a large fragment of a bomb that fell on an orphanage in Tel Aviv in 1948; a phial of medicine that he obtained from a witch doctor in South Africa, (the use of Which caused permanent deafness in ope of his ears) and a piece of slag from the last smelting of copper at King Solomon's mines before they were abandoned in Biblical times.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1962-10-19, Vol. 4, No. 4|
|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.|