Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1949-12-151
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r?arn JV TliAV J lii ly Lai L a io)cri?io) UUIr iMig TEV: -sow -And What Could This Little Boy Want? mm if i 11 T VVEBER COLLEGE Ogden, Utah Vol. 13 No. 6 Dec. 15, 1949 Sec. 562, P. L. & R. They're Learning While Staying on the Job Three hundred Weber college students are currently enrolled in the school's on-the-job-training program, Edward C. Larsen, director, announced this week. Employment of these men includes semi-professional trades, managerial positions, and sales jobs, In Morgan, Davis, Box Elder, and Weber counties. Mr. Larsen's office is affiliated with the Federal Apprentice program which gives the veterans certified recognition of completion. Meeting with some nineteen advisory committees who strive to answer the vets' scholastic and financial questions, and many other everyday problems makes Mr. Larsen on.? of the business professors on the campus. Santa Claus North Pole Dear Santa Claus I am not asking for anything for myself this Christmas but I am thinking of my family. I suppose you know Junior. Well, Junior is really a sight! You ought to see him ! His coat is threadbare and out at the elbows, and worst of all, he is still wearing his knee pants. He has grown so fast the last two years that really it looks indecent to let him go out any longer in his short trousers, especially because of the bulges in the seat, and the hairs on his legs. He has worn short pants several years longer than most boys of his age have. In fact, he is so embarrassed that he is ashamed to go out in company. Now his twin brother at Pocatello has been wearing long pants for two years. His other brother at Rexburg, a third his size, dropped the curtains two years ago. Another brother' Eastern Montana State, less than a third Juniors' size, has a brand new suit of long trousers. Two brothers at Albion and Caldwell, Idaho, less than a fourth Junior's size, are also rigged out. So you can imagine how Junior feels. I rally believe Junior deserves a new suit this Christmas because he has been a bood boy the past year. He works awfully hard; saves what he gets and spends far less than any of his relatives. So you can see that he would really take care of his new suit. Now, Olid Santa, we know you have lots of other boys and girls to bring presents to this Christmas, but they have all received handsome presents since Junior got anything. And so 1 am hoping that you can find space in your bag for a new suit and be sure it has long pants. Sincerely yours: ALDOUS. P. S. On second thought, make it four sizes larger than his present one because he is still growing. Students Wallow In Test Mire At Term's End With test week practically over and fall quarter almost a thing of the past, this Thursday, Friday, Monday and Tuesday, have been set for winter quarter registration' according to Clarissa Hall, registrar. Mrs. Hall pointed out that sophomore registration will be held today and tomorrow. Next Monday and Tuesday will be registration for freshmen. New students and former students who did not enroll fall quarter will register on Tuesday. Appointments are necessary for registration. All appointments for sophomores have been given out but freshmen are urged t6 obtain theirs this afternoon as today is the final day. Time schedules have been available at the registrar's office since last Friday. Students should obtain a schedule and bring it with them when they register. Students can obtain registration booklets at the treasurer's office from 9:00 a. m. to 4:30 p. m., on the day set for their registration. The registration booklet will be given out at the time your fees are paid. Veterans who are going on the G. I. Bill will be required to secure an authorization from the Veterans' Administrator's office at 9:00 a. m., on the day they are due to register. Students will register by major fields only. Registration will be in the gym lobby and the women's lounge. With only major fields registering along with advisers from that field only, students should be able to complete theirs in one hour's time. The lobby and lounge will be used by designated major fields. Mrs. Hall said that it is the prime objective of the college to make registration as easy as possible for the students and faculty. She listed the following steps as the best guide to your registration: First Obtain your appointment from the registrar's office if you have not already done so. Second From the treasurer's office obtain a registration booklet before you are due to register. Third At the appointed time present your appointment ticket at the entrance to the designated registration room. Fourth With your adviser plan your program for next quarter. Fifth Have your adviser approve your program. Sixth Go to the checking tables and have your name put on the rolls. Seventh If you are a new stu dent make an appointment for your medical examination at the table marked "Physical Education." Eighth Give your booklet to the clerk as you leave the registration room. Night School Will Add Seven New Classes Seven new classes added to the schedule of evening classes for winter quarter at Weber college makes the schedule much more attractive to prospective night students. The new classes are as follows: Management of Small Business Business' and Secretarial division; Fly Tying Industrial Arts division; Agriculture I Life Science divi-sion;Philosophy I, Political Science II Social Science division; Aircfart and Auto Service Technical and Industrial division. In addition to these new classes, two dicsel classes will be available.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1949-12-15, Vol. 13, 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.|