Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1960-05-271
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r wiiMSli3S1l Id u Vest, M To Limit The Board of Control last Monday began taking steps on governing the social activities of Weber in preparation for a four-year institution. After much careful consideration the new studentbody officers and board members passed the ruling which states that next year, a social club will be limited to one major and one minor studentbody dance. This will enable some of the pressure on the social clubs to be lifted. Also it will give other organizations the opportunity of sponsoring functions including the whole studentbody and the Board feels this will lead to more school spirit among all students. Under the new ruling, the Sophomore and Freshman classes will be given the responsibility of many of the social activities, along wit)" A MS and AWS. Opponents of the action of the BOC on this ruling feel that the activities of the Social Clubs should not be. relegated to the Board, but to Interclub, the organization which governs the activities of all Social Clubs on campus. Also, the board discussed the AMS budget for next year. Hi'..- : Miss Dabling s Excels In Many Fields To close the year of outstanding personalities the Signpost honors a girl who certainly deserves recognition, Jerrilyn Dabling. Today's final assembly will be presented by the Awards Committee of which Miss Dabling is Chairman. In that capacity she has been responsible for the awarding of all athletic, departmental, and outstanding student recognitions. Served As Club Treasurer Jerri has been Treasurer of Sharmea for the past year. In this capacity she has gained the friendship and respect of every member. However, her talents and abilities have branched out into many fields. She is recognized for her musical ability and has been employed in the music department at Weber as an accompanist. She also teaches music privately. She was co-chairman of the Friendship Banquet this year. Is Honor Student She is an honor student, having been on the honor role several times. She is majoring in Edu-c"ation and next year will be attending Utah State. University on a scholarship. Her bright personality can be seen in her "contact" eyes and mischievious smile. Probably the most spectacular thing she has done is the episode of setting her bed on fire. Due to a short in the electric blanket, the neighborhood was awakened in the middle of the night and she. now has a new bed. Jerrilyn is a Sunday School teacher and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Dabling of i No. 6 Gibbs Circle in SouthOg-den. r Mike Murdock and Kathy kit toe of the Class of T1. EBER OGDEN, Vol. 1 No. 29 Phi Thetas Hame On Sunday, May 22, 1000, Kappa Theta Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa held its initiation of new members. At that time, Weber College students who have achieved outstanding scholastic averages were recognized and granted membership in a national scholastic organization.Special guests, Dr. Dello G. Dayton, Chapter Advisor, and President William P. Miller spoke to the members on the importance of the organization and the members' obligations to it. Officers elected for next year are: President, Larry Peer; Vice-President, Kathryn Ann Cowley; Secretary, June Humphries; Treasurer, Joe Wise; andReporter-Historian, Patti Meikle. New Phi Theta Kappa members are: Gary Wallace Baddley, Bonnie Bates, Joyce W. Becker, Gary H. Dream Of Years In the main hall of Building 1 sits a model of the tentative plans for Weber's new campus. The formulation of these plans began over ten years ago when the Utah Legislature appropriated money for the purchase of the land for our present upper campus. Since STUDENTS WILL BE SIGNPOST Awards Assembly Is Today At 1 0 On Lower Campus Students will be recognized for outstanding achievement and scholarships will be presented today at the Awards Assembly at 10 a. m. in the Moench Building Auditorium. The assembly will be under the direction of Dr. Earl Smart, faculty chairman, and Jerrilyn Dabling, student chairman of the commit tee. Included in the awards will be k fit a mortar board on Weber's Wildcat, symbolizing the graduation COLLEGE UTAH May 27, 1960 Hew Members Bell, Jacqueline Boyce, Shari-Lee Bunot, Kathryn Cowley, William Criddle, Janith Clifton, Marshall V. Eastman, JoAnn Eckersley, Jean Edwards, Mary Louise Ensign, Bernice W. Folkman, Douglas H. Gregory, Hana Hallaq, Steven Brent Hess, Elizabeth W. Hei-ner, Eva Lynn Gigham, Theron Hodgkinson, John B. Hutchinson, June B. Humphries, Sylvia Jessop, Brent Larsen, Koln Gunn McKav, James Matis, Patti Meikle, Robert Moesinger. Linda Monk, Karen L. Morf, Mike D. Murdock, Carol Mae Manning, Linda Obom, Noreen Olpin, E. Gary Petersen, Kent S. Pantone, John H. Parker, Larry H. Peer, Kay Parker, Chitose Shiratori, Audine Stafford, Bonnie M. Tal-ty, Kenneth John Tomlinson, Kay Walker, Ellen Jeanne West, David L. Wheeler, LeNae Wig-ht, Florence M. Winters, Joseph Wise, Robert Wood. is Coming True that time a dream of years has become a blueprint for reality as Weber College moved to the new campus, the technical building was added, and we as present students are now witnessing the transitional period to a four-year college and the beginning of an improved and expanded campus. RECOGNIZED recognition of outstanding athletes, presentation of intramural awards, awarding of Outstanding Freshmen and Sophomores, Meritorious Freshmen and Sophomore, Exceptional Service Award, Blue Key Award. Division Awards will also be presented. The first half of the program will be devoted to the presentation of scholarships. The University of Utah, Utah State University, ' 9 Hif V"3 ' , ,$ l' 4 , Grads Will Hear Baccalaureate A prominent Ogden civic, church and business leader, Laurence S. Burton, will deliver the baccalaureate address to members of the Weber College graduating class Sunday, May 21), at S p. m., Ogden High School. The theme of his talk will be directed to the subject, "Faith in a Changing World." President of Stake Mr. Burton has been president of the. LDS Ogden Stake for the past 14 years. Earlier, he served twice on a stake high council and was a member of two bishoprics. He is secretary and member of the board of directors of the George A. Lowe Co. of Ogden, an intermountain hardware wholesale firm. During his life, he has been active in numerous civic activities, currently serving as a member of the Dee. Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees. Active Leader He is a member of the executive committee, Weber County Red Cross and of the LDS executive committee for the Northern Utah Welfare region. Mr. Burton has also been associated with Community Chest and USC organization work. Invocation for the service will be given by John Burden. Music will be rendered by J. Clair Anderson, organist; The Musettes, J. Clair Anderson, Director; College Brass Sextette; and the Voce Coeds, Glenn L. Hanson, Director. Linda Roghaar will pronounce the benediction. and Brigham Young University will all announce scholarship recipients to these schools. Private, Civic and business organizations in the area will also award several scholarships. Student members of the awards committee ai-e Jerrilyn Dabling, Susan Brown, Kathryn Ann Cowley, Kathy Kittock, Robert Wood, Norman Bramble, and Benson Rich. Sparks Speaker late By Sue Parkinson Signpost Staff Writer Bon Voyage to Weber College graduates at theSeventy-second Annual Commencement Exercises will be offered by a prominent Utah educator next Thursday at 8 p. m., in the LDS Ogden Tabernacle.H . Grant Vest, Director, Utah State Coordinating Council of Higher Education, will deliver the principal commencement address. Will Give Addresses Also, highlighting the exercises will be short addresses by Michael D. Murdock, Studentbody President, whose subject will be "Education For What?" Donna Sparks, Studentbody Secretary, will speak on "The Need for Educated Women in the World Today." The graduating class will be introduced by President William P. Miller to LeGrand P. Backman, member of the State Board of Education, who will present the diplomas. Original Hymn The program will include an original hymn by Leland H. Monson and Delmar H. Dickson which will be sung by the College Choir. Other music will be presented by the Choir and the College-Community Orchestra. The invocation will be offered by Norman Lee Smith and the benediction by Mary Loring Atkinson. Following the Graduation Exercises a reception for .graduates and parents will be held in the Ladies' Lounge of the College Ballroom on the Lower Campus. Boosters Hold Annual Dinner Naming of the three new board members for the 1!)(J0 - 19C1 term, was the main topic at the annual dinner meeting of the Weber College Boosters club last Wednesday night. The meeting was held at the Mansion house, with Lynn Foley this year's president taking charge. Coach Introduced Introduction of the new basketball coach, Dick Motta and the graduate manager, Hugh Jacobs, gave those in attendance the im- Dl'ession that rovt :ii '". jmi win once again be great for Weber's athletic department. A Round Table discussion was held, concerning the nrn i puis u i i & j u wlt. ouilUUl. Officers for the present year Ml Foley President; Robert McConnel, vice-president and the following members of the board Ed Vendel, Lyman Pearce! Don Carlson, Grant Thomas, John Seamon, Howard Ogden, and La Mar Buckner. Exams Will Start Next Tuesday Class instruction for the Spring Quarter ends Friday, May 27, and final examinations begin the following Tuesday, according to Clar-isse H. Hall, registrar. Final grades should be in no later than Monday morning, June 6, so that report cards can be sent out before the Summer Quarter begins the following week, she said.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1960-05-27, Vol. 1, No. 29|
|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.|