Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1965-05-281
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Vol. 7 No. 29 Awards Given Tonight at 8 KSL's Wos Bowen will sei've as master of ceremonies at Weber State College's first Awards and Honors night, sponsored by the Associated students. Twelve individuals will be honored for outstanding acheivement in specific categories, tonight at 8 p.m. First on the program will be the presentation of WSC royalty, Ann Anderson, Dixie Taylor and Ann Thomas. Then, the' String quartet will perform and the WSC choir will sing "Evening Song to God." Jerry Ellison will present "Hot Canary" a violin solo and Clair West will give a piano solo. Renetta Felt will sing "Wouldn't it be Lovely" and Max Brown "I've Grown Acus-tomed to Her Face" from "My Fair Lady." Ballroom dancing will feature Duane Bingham and Kathy Lane and Bill Higley will pantomine the "Mask Maker." There will also be some juggling, and the program will close with the WSC rendition of the school song. Finalists for the awards are: accomplishment of the year Mike Apezteguia, Jerry Nebeker, Larry V. Smith, Jack Suttlemyre, and Dollie Wikstron; athlete of the year Dennis Anderson, Steve Blood, Lyle Johnston, Jerry Trice, and Gene Visscher; female scholar, Joyce McGregor, Mildred Miya, Nancy Saunders, Sharon Tanner, and Iowla Wagner; male scholar Kenneth Clark, Rheron Hodgkinson, Kent Pantone, Jack Steele, and Clair Wqenig; talent of the year Lewis May, Maxine Kawanishi; senior of the year-Beth Black, Brian Florence, Kent Pantone, Nancy Saunders, and Sh-aon Tanner; junior of the year Kent Bulkley, Pat Bushnell, Joyce Christensen, Doug Cox, and Brent Pulsipher; sophomore of the year Ny la Berrett, Peggy Heffer-man, Robert Hunter, Jerry Ne-becker, and Jim Larison; freshman of the year Ann Anderson, Sharon Blair, F. L. Chase, Renetta Felt, and Kenneth Osborne; female student of the year Beth Black, Joyce Christensen, Carol Freestone, Penny Madson, and Lynda K. Morrison; male student of the year Kent Bulkley, Brain Florence, Mike Phillips, Brent Pulsipher, and Ross E. Robson; and faculty member of the year Dr. Clifford Clark, Dr. Dello Dayton, Dr. Dallas Peterson. Mr. Donald Threlkeld, and Mrs. Carol Tribe. Notice cn Locker All lockers must be turned into buildings and grounds, Room-122, by June 4, in order to obtain the $1 refund. Lockers will be cleaned of all remaining materials on June 7, in readiness for the summer quarter. .V.WMWW'.Wf!- Y a vc v. g T' David W. James R. i- ; W 1 Vaughn, Circle K president, presents a check Tolman, WSC head librarian. The $25 donat is a res'-'lt of the Circle K Stomp. As promised, the Circle K Service Club of Weber State College has donated all proceeds from the "Circle K Stomp" to the new Weber State Library for the purpose of purchasing new books. Last Monday, an official presentation of $25 was made to Head Librarian James R. Tolman by Circle K President David W. Vaughn. In conjunction with the presentation, a new Friends of the Library Fund will be started for the purpose of raising funds to About 300 scholarships have been offered to Weber State College students varying in amount from $300 to $67.50. Students receiving scholarships are as follows: Academic Scholarships: Ann Anderson, Gaye Bailey, Jane R. Bennett, Louis B. Best, Mary Billings, Walter G. Bingham, Sharon Blair, Ranae G. Bodily, Kathryn Brewer, David D. Burton. Kent Campbell, Nancy K. Cheney, Linda J. Clark, Margie A. Cloniz, Gary E. Close,' Emily J. Cottam, Beverly Cottle, Karen Cragun, Susan Crockett, Carolyn Davis, Amedio DePierro, Patricia w;v"'"i""".w.v.v.v.vlw.w- - OGDEN, UTAH to ion purchase new books. The Circle K Service Club is the first service organization to contribute to the Fund. For every book purchased from the Friends of the Library Fund, a gift plate will be placed in each book in recognition of the donor. Applications are now being accepted for the Circle K Club for the Fall Quarter. For further information contact Wayne Vaughn (392-0543), or Joseph Jenkins, at (392-7064.) Doyle, Evelyn Dussol. Annette Easthope, Dianne L. Edward, Sylvia Ellison, Wayne N. Farr, Dell Scott Fife, Sheryl W. Fronk, Barbara Gaisford, Je-nell Garner, Patricia Goodfellow, Alvin Gortcinsky, Verla Groes-beck.Julie Ann Hansen, Michael B. Harris, Colleen Henrie, Patricia Henrie, Carolyn Holjeson, Lois Holmes, Ronald A. Hunt, Connie Jacobson, Diann N. Jaques, Betty Jaeger, LeRoy Jennings, Karen Jones. Jolene Kerr, Paula Killpack, Oliver Knutson, William Koldewyn Thomas D. Lakey, Stephen D. Larsen, Ludy H. Law, Carol L. n VJEBER STATE n n mm ddb ii Five-hundred and thirty-seven students graduate from Weber State College this spring. Of these 329 will receive the Bachelor of Science degree, 39 the Bachelor of Arts, 110 the Associate of Science, 16 the Associate of Arts, 14 a certificate of completion and 29 a certificate of proficiency. Baccalaureate Services will be held at 8 p.m. on June 4 in the Fine Arts Auditorium. The Right Reverend Monsignor William E. Vaughan, from the Catholic Dio-cises at Salt Lake City will be Ku Klux Klan Kross Kampus by Larry Jensen Dejected, after plans to pull off a "panty-raid" lacked proper support, several WSC Junior Fire Marshalls decided to stage a bar-beque. The result included the burning of a cross on the dormitory grounds late last Monday evening. Invited to the Briquett-A-Go-Go were the giggling coeds of Wasatch Hall, who peeked shyly out of their windows, the campus police, the Ogden City Fire Dept., and "the Animals" straight Zoo. After some deliberation, it was decided that the burning of the 15 foot cross was not a racial demonstration, since both bovs and girls were involved. Instead, the pace-setters simply retreated into the dorms, after a moist greeting from the fire department who decided it was a poor way to rid the campus of crab grass. Standards Committee Takes Actlcn On Three WSC Students The Weber State Standards Committee took action last week in a case involving three students who used improper means to obtain advanced information for an examination. According to the Committees spokesman, one student entered his instructor's office and removed a copy of the examination, which he showed to two of his classmates. The examination was not administered. The Committee recommended, that the three students be failed in the course, and that in addition, the first student receive a letter of reprimand. The other two students will be placed on probation "for other than academic reasons" for the next three quarters. The Committee is comprised of seven faculty members and three student officers. COLLEGE Friday, May 28, 1965 mm the main speaker. Keynote speaker at the Commencement Exercises will be the honorable Calvin L. Rampton, the governor of the State of Utah. Ceremonies will begin at 7:15 on June 5 in the WSC stadium if weather permits, otherwise in the Fine Arts Auditorium. Professor Earl Ericksen and the WSC Symphonic Band will be in attendance. All candidates are expected to attend both the Baccalaureate and Commencement exercises unless excused by President Miller. A graduation rehearsal will be held June 1 at 2:10 p.m. in the stadium. Graduates according to Divisions are as follows: Business 101 Bachelors, 8 Associates; Education Bachelors, 12 Associates; Humanities 32 Bachelors, 8 Associates; Life Science 25 Bachelors, 50 Associates; Physical Education 21 Bachelors, 1 Associate; Physical Science 41 Bachelors, 9 Associate; Social Scietce 79 Bachelors, 14 Associates, and Techical Division 30 Bachelors and 1 Associate.Officers of the graduating class of 1965 are Dick Miller, president, Lynn Boss, vice president, Penny Madson, secretary, and Larry Smith and Lou Bertram, senators. Monson Talks To H.S. Grads Dr. Leland H. Monson, chairman of the Division of Humanities, delivered the Baccalaureate sermon at Bonneville High School auditorium on May 23, at 8 p.m. His subject was "The Road Less Travelled" taken from the poem of the same name by Robert Frost. Dr. Monson quoted the poem and told his listeners that there are a series of guideposts directing humanity to the land of abundant living. The signs on these guideposts say "Blessed are the poor of spirit for theirs is the kingdom of Heaven," "Be ye therefore, perfect, even as your Heavenly Father is perfect," and "Love One Another." Dr. Monson then developed his address from these quotations of the Bible. Library Bulletin All overdue books may be returned without fine on June 1. We would like to have all over dues cleared up before we mova into our new library.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1965-05-28, Vol. 7, No. 29|
|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.|