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IS Vol.26 ( "Bridal Night" is one of several activities for the first annual "Women's Week" planned by the AWS Council which includes members (l.-r.) Vickie Anderson, Linda Batchelder and Ellen Fischer. ' Bridal Night' Opens AWS Women's Week The naming of the "Friendliest Girl" at Weber State will highlight a week-long series of events honoring the women of Weber. The event is sponsored by the Associated Women Students. The week will begin Tuesday with a "Bridal Night" held at the White House Reception Center 533 26th Street. A fashion show featuring recent brides from the ' area and an assortment of bride, bridesmaid and mother's gowns from ZCMI, Ogden, will be presented twice during the evening at 7 p.m. and at 9 p.m. Tickets may be obtained free of charge at the Union Building Main desk. Admission will be by ticket only. The public is invited. The second event is the Mother-Daughters Tea slated for Wednesday at 7:30 in the Union Building cafeteria. The highlight of the evening will be a talent show featuring the AWS Council and their mothers. The tea is free to all Weber State coeds and their mothers. The annual quet at which Friendship Ban-the "Friendliest Miss Weber State Coronation Nears Coronation of the 1967 "Miss Weber State College" is only a few weeks away, with plans for decorations and entertainment now being finalized by the Special Events Committee. Yet Gloria Barton, committee chairman, is having a "hard time finding girls to compete for the crown." "Only six girls have entered the contest," she said, " and there's still plenty of room for more candidates." Applications for the contest are available at the Union building main desk and at the officer of the Union Building directors, room 207. Winner of the "Miss WSC" Pageant will represent the college at the "Utah for Miss America" contest this summer. fitter No,8 l 1 1 A, 1 y .V f'4.Vj Girl" will be named is scheduled for 7 p.m. Friday 31 in the Union Building Cafeteria. Voting for the "Friendliest Girl" will be held all day Friday. Candidates for this honor are sponsored by various clubs, classes and independent groups. Admission to the banquet is $2.00. Tickets may be purchased at the U.B. Main Desk next week. General chairwoman of the event is Lynda Batchelder. Others involved in the planning are, Karla Kimber, Nancy W. West, Kathy Douglas and the AWS officers, Marilyn Suttlemyre, Marilyn Hards and Julie Knudsen. The 3 D's , a I Junior Prom April I. ively Theme of If $ ivv Ml OGDEN, UTAH WB !BU)irdl sfi Tinuisfiees The Weber State College Board of Trustees adopted a series of traffic policies at its meeting last Tuesday. The policies are in keeping with the recent opinion of Utah Attorney General, Phil Hansen. "We met with the assistant attorney general and discussed the problem with him and agreed on the following policies which give the college authority over parking fees and are at the same time in agreement with the attorney general's office," President William P. Miller said. 1. The College will designate parking areas on campus and will charge parking fees to the owners or operators of motor vehicles for the use of these areas. 2. Parking fees and charges are subject to change upon the giving of notice and are regulated by the Board of Trustees for Weber State College. 3. Weber State College reserves the right to revoke the parking privileges of faculty, staff, or students in case of flagrant abuse of the privilege of parking on the campus. 4. Faculty, staff, and students must acquire parking privileges in designated areas for a school year or part -of a school year by obtaining a parking permit (decal) for which a fee shall be charged. 5. Vehicle parking fees shall be assessed to the owner or operator of any motor vehicle that is parked without obtaining a registration permit (decal) or that is parked anywhere other than in such areas for which a permit has been obtained. 6. The person in whose name the motor vehicle is registered with the College shall consent to be responsible for the proper parking of the vehicle and for the payment of all fees assessed to the vehicle for improper parking. 7. The Motor Vehicle Code of folk-singing trio, will, present o special concert during intermission of the the prom is "Through the Looking Glass." the State of Utah is in effect on the Weber State College Campus and other College property. Faculty, staff, visitors, and students are expected to know and observe these laws. Violations of such laws constitute a misdemeanor in the State of Utah. 8. Notice is hereby given that persons violating provisions of the Motor Vehicle Code of the State of Utah on the Weber State College Campus will be issued citations by Weber State College Police Officers, and will be referred to a court of competent jurisdiction for the dispostion of citations. 9. The following schedule of fees shall be in effect for the balance of the 1966-67 school year: a. Registration fee (decal) $1.00. b. Parking in an area other than those for which a permit has been issued. $2.00' 3 D's Return Music, Comedy Featured "The 3 D's represent the 3R's" will be presented at intermission of the Junior Prom April 1 at 8:30 p.m. The 3 D's are a popular vocal instrumental trio on Capitol Records and the 3 R's, in this case, are not the traditional reading, 'riting and 'rithmetic, but a new approach to "rhyme, rhythmn and reason." The show consists of a half' hour of comedy, drama, music and rhythm. At the heart of the performance is the 3 D's contribution to the entertainment scene, original melodies and rhythms show-casting some of the world's best loved poetry. March 24, 1967 10. Non-payment of fees can be a condition for: a. Disciplinary action by the College, including suspension. b. Withholding registration for the ensuing quarter. The new policies state that all moving violations on campus will be handled through the city court systems. "The attorney general has declared that all our streets are state roads and that all violations on them must be taken through the city courts," Pres. Miller said. "We- wish that we didn't have to issue fees, but if we don't there would be chaos," Pres. Miller stated. Chief Security Officer William Carver and Pres. Miller both stated that if students have suggestions for improving traffic conditions on campus, they should contact them and let the suggestions be known. In addition to the popularized poetry, the trio handles pop music, traditional blues and folk material and even semi-classical selections like Granada and Maleguena. Lacing the show together is the 3 D's own brand of humor which ranges from subtle commentary to slap-stick. Appearances with Bob Hope, Jonathon Winters, Bob Newhart and others have given the 3 D's national recognition. The 3 D's are individually Dick Davis, Denis Sorenson and Duane Hiatt. They formed the group at Brigham Young University when they were students. Looking Glass' Theme For Annual Jr. Prom Students will step "Through the Looking Glass" April 1 when the junior class of Weber State College presents the traditional "Junior Prom." The dance will begin at 8:30 p.m. in the Union Building cafeteria. Cost is $2.50 per couple with tickets on sale at the Union Building main desk the week before the dance. A special highlight of this year's Junior Prom will be the "3 D's," a vocal-instrumental group, who will entertain during half-time intermission.The group, former students from Brigham Young University, will also be appearing in concert at Bonneville High School at 7:30 p.m. prior to the prom. Also highlighting the dance will be the coronation of the 1967 "Junior Prom Queen and King." Candidates for the honor are: Nolan Archibald, Rex Belnap, Lyn Frandsen, Dennis Heiner, Ron Parker and Ann Anderson, Linda Batchelder, Lee Ann Raglund, Sue Collins. These students were nominated by ballets submitted by the student-body early In March. All are members of the junior class.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1967-03-24, Vol. 26, No. 18|
|Creator||Weber State College|
|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 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.|