Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1964-10-161
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If BBQ . VrX l V , 4 V-V L'M V - ' ' - . j ; f " V "Y . 1 . II' . - ' ' , , , i Queen candidates Mike Whitely, Judy Madson, Marveda Maughan, Elt7D1Dt3e DDI ia3i?ot Fee "01 .Ibe CSefaaBBdled Students who have paid to have their yearbook picture taken will have the money refunded. A special session of the student legislature was called Tuesday and a new bill was pssed which pproprites funds from the student activity fee to pay for all full-time students to be pictured in this year's Acorn, Part-time students must pay a $1 fee to have their pictures taken for the yearbook since they do not pay a student activity fee. All fees paid to the photgraphy department are now being refunded at the main desk in the student union. All refunds must be claimed before the end of this quarter. Refunds of $1.50 may be used with an additional $1.50 as a down payment on this year's Acom. The deposit may be made at the same time refunds are obtained. Three dollars is half of the total six-dollar price for the Acorn. The remainder may be paid when the yearbooks are distributed.Anyone who has not yet made an appointment to have his picture taken must do so at the main desk in the student union as soon as possible before the end of the quarter. Pictures will be taken in the Board of Control room 210 located at the north end of the top floor of the UB, according to Mike Phillips, student bodypresident. WEBER Bonnie Mason, and Nancy Cox Joan Hancock, members of the Denneth Osborn Freshmen Elect Officers Either Dave Kusuda or Denneth Osborn could be the 1964-65 Freshman class president. Freshmen voted yesterday in the final elections for class officers. Candidates were Dave Kusuda of Ogden, and Denneth Osborn of Layton, president; Neil Schow and Barbara Sorenson, vice president; Steve Egan and Judy Amidan, secretary; and Scott Berglund, John Dodson, Bonnie Louise Hills, and Tana Randall, senator. Officers will be announced at the Coronation Ball tonight. o STATE SIGNPOST look hopefully toward Homecoming royalty becoming for 1964. V ; Dave Kusuda COL B Homecoming activities on the Weber State campus will commence Friday at nine p.m. with the crowning of Homecoming royalty at the Coronation Ball. The setting for the occasion will be Roman-Greek done in red and gold to create the proper atmosphere. There will be pillars, spraying fountains, and glittering lights. Music will be provided by the Bill Link Combo. Dress will be semi-formal. Admission is $1.50 a couple with tickets on sale at the Student Union desk. Homecoming Queen for 1964 will be chosen from these finalists: Nancy Cox, sponsored by the junior class; Bonnie Mason, AWS; Judy Madson, Lae Dianeda-Joan Hancock, Excelsior; Mike Whitely, the Group; and Marveda Maug-han, Lamda Delta Sigma. Theses girls were chosen on the basis of beauty, poise, personality, and intelligence at the Acceptance banquet held last Saturday. Judges were Mrs. Pieva Blair, past president of the Alumni As-isociation; Mrs. James Foulger, wife of the treasurer; and Mrs. Jerry Green, Ogden proprietor. The ball will usher in a week of celebration. A colorful 40-unit parade, a football game, and the flaming "W" hike, are some of the activities designed to relect the expanding importance of Weber State College. Parade stated for Saturday The Homecoming parade will move along Washington Boulevard from 26th to 22nd Street starting at 11 a.m. on Saturday, October 24. The parade will include at least a dozen floats, the WSC Marching Band, several high school bands, the groups, alumni and other entries. Leading the procession will be the queen and her attendants who will reign at all Homecoming events. Theme of the celebration is "Portraits of Weber, Past, Present, and Future," according to Blaine M. Hartog, Homecoming chairman. Train arrives with rooters . . Continuing a tradition instituted last year, a special train with 500 or more students and others from Idaho State University, is scheduled to roll into Ogden Sat urday noon, Oct. 24 from Pocatello. Idaho. The delegation will form the rooting section for Idaho State during the ISU-WSC football game at 2 p.m. in the Ogden City Stadium. Concluding the activities will be the Hmecoming Dance scheduled for 9 p.m. in the U. B. "W" will flame on Friday . The Flaming "W" Hike, sponsored by the recreation committee, begins at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 23. Students will don grubby clothes and meet on the dirt parking lot next to the stadium. Then, together, they will climb to the big "W" and set it "aflame." As a precaution against a forest fire, electric L E G E lights will shape the 'W." Later, the hikers wil prepare their roasting sticks and toast hot dogs over a bonfire. The recreation committee will supply food for the "W" supporters. There will also be a stomp, with folk singers to add entertainment. Banquet draws former co-eds Former students are expected to center their interest in the Alumni Banquet and class reunions in the UB Friday, Oct. 23. A series of reunions begin at 6:30 p.m., followed by the banquet at 7:30 p.m. Brief reports, informal talks, and muci-cal numbers by the Musettes will comprise the program. Pep and variety stressed . . A pep rally on Thursday, Oct. 23 will be followed by a talent show at 7:30 p.m. The show, arranged by the Alumni Association, will combine the skills of present and former students. Weber Statt symphony orchestra will supply the music for acts featuring the Musettes, (past and present,) the Weber State Singers, the orchesis dancers, the Colleens, the Institute Male Chorus, a quartette from the Symphonic Choir and other acts. This event will be held in Ogden High School auditorium, under the direction of the Union Activities Board as well as the Alumni Board. In charge of the production are David Stromberg and Paul Bingham. Various acts will stress the Homecoming theme, "Portraits of Weber, Past, Present, and Fu ture." Trophies will be awarded the best presentations by the alumni as well as the student groups. Much work and effort has been put into making this show exceptionally fine and the support of the student body as well as the faculty is needed to make it a real success. Statue, Bell unveiled An added event will he the unveiling of a new statue of Louis F. Moench, first principal of the old Weber Stake Academy, now WSC. Unveiling ceremony is scheduled for Oct. 23 at 3 p.m. on campus. Weber stale will also be presented a bell to be used at the future Homecomings. The bell is to become a trophy for the school who wins the WSC-Idaho State football game each year.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1964-10-16, Vol. , No.|
|Creator||Weber State College|
|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 State 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.|