Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1951-04-261
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FROSH DANCE TOMORROW NITE! STUDENT UNION CARNIVAL MAY 1 1 Volume 14 OGDEN, UTAH, APRIL 26, 1951 Number 14 ; SB 1 -ii.- ii i i F :1 'J::'.-4 FRED BALL Candidate for President .... Member of the Board of Control .... Signpost editor Winter Quarter .... Member of the Standards Committee .... Leader in activities at Ogden High School last year .... Majors in Journalism minors in political science. J1 ' ' ' ' ... -.''jxr HUGH JACOBS Frosh class Prexy . . . live wire . . . partner with father in gas station . . . (watch for big opening of serve yourself) . . . Big Wheel at Weber high . . . Big P. man. ,4 ' i LI xlfAi' Final Voting is April 27 Following a short but spirited campaign, Primary elections for Weber College student body officers were held last Friday with the following victorious candidates reaching tomorrow's finals. Presidential aspirants are Fred Ball and Dick Richards. Fred a former Ogden High School student is majoring in Journalism with a minor in Political Science. He is a member of the Board of Control and the Standards Committee. Winter quarter editor of Signpost, Fred spends his work--f ing hours as a reporter for the Deseret News. Dick Richards hails from Weber High and is a Speech major with a minor in Political Science. An outstanding debater, Dick is currently in Houston, Texas with the debate team, having turned his campaign over to his campaign manager. V.P. Candidates Emerging victorious in the race for Vice President were Carol Barker and Beth McFarland. Carol, another Ogden High graduate and oj n73 0L8 US? DICK RICHARDS Well known debater (is now in Texas with the debate team) .... A Phoenix man .... Majors in speech and political science .... Former Weber High student and a leader in High school activities. NORMA CREER Petite Squaw . . . Ogden high alumnae . . . Student body officer in junior high . . . Freshman class Vice President. a member majoring in was chosen for 1951. of the musettes, is Home Economics and Delta Phi Dream girl Beth was a senior class officer at Ogden High School and is a member of the Social committee and an active leader for this year's dinner dance. For Treasurer we have John Checketts and Hugh Jacobs. John is an Ogden High School contribution and makes a hobby ofphotography. Jin 1: " v SllmJ la BETH MACFARLAND Member La Dianaeda . Sister to Ralph .... Head of this year's dinner-dance. . . . Member of the social committee .... Senior class officer at Ogden high school. r r f - JOHN CHECKETTS Another Phoenix man . . . lieks photography . . . Goin' steady . . . baseball player deluxe . . . former Ogdenite. Hugh Jacobs is Freshman class President and a member of the board of control. Hugh is majoring in Business. A graduate of Weber High he was Student Body Secretary in his Junior year and President of the Boys Association when a Senior. An amateur boxer, Hugh was a Utah Golden Gloves champ in 1950. Candidates for Secretary are Norma Creer and Marilyn Lam-bourn. Norma is Freshman class Vice President and attended Ogden high school and she was a student body officer while in Junior High. Marilyn is a member of the assembly committee and is active in Community Theatre and Cellar Workshop plays. She is another Ogden High School gift to Weber College. Garside and Larsen for Business Manager For the Office of Business Manager; Robert D. Larsen and La-moyne Garside. P-obert attended High School in Van Nuys, Califor (3DD0 CAROL BARKER Member of the Musettes .... Ogden high graduate .... Delta Phi dreamgirl .... Excellent tap dancer .... Diminutive darling of the campus .... Says she doesn't like cars but is kinda happy over a certain "Rodd". 1 ' MARILYN LAMBOURN L. D. . . . Assembly committee . . . wrote winning talent show script . . . good in art and music. nia and is Weber's Athletic Manager. He is very active in sports and a distance - runner on the track team. Lamoyne, an Art major, has contributed many fine cartoons to Scribulus and is noted for his ability with the brush. He is also a good athlete. Some campaign slogans floating around the campus and some interesting sidelights on the election are; "Yet thir shcth the Beth", (Beth McFarland) "You'll go far with Gar", (Lamoyne Garside) "A Lam born to be Secretary", (Marilyn Lambourn) "He stands on his record", (Jacobs) "Join the Ball team", (Ball) .... Alumni of Og-den's two senior high schools will battle it out for the office of President .... band music furnished for Van Wagoner and a sweet voiced quartette sponsoring Quinn McKay helped keep up election spirits. . . . Dick Pachards campaign is being carried out by proxy .... it evi-dentally pays to come from Ogden High if you seek Student Body w, , is ., f . . v 'A j'r :'' !. ; "1; -".'l I ' , 1 . i ",J FoddgqDs LAMOYNE GARSIDE Well known for his art work .... A Phoenix man .... Handsome but they say he is a little bashful around women .... A whiz with either pencil or brush .... vies with Bob Larsen for the Business manager job. J 5 r-'-Jo. 1 ROBERT D. LARSEN The other candidate for business manager .... Comes from Ogden high .... Was a distance runner on the track team .... Athletic manager this year .... Another Phoenix man. offices at Weber College. Climaxing the elections will be the Freshman class dance In the Weber College Ballroom "Valley of the Moon" will be this year's theme and the doors will open at 9:00 p.m. Tickets are 75c per couple. Support Carnival, Cut Assessment It seems in the early part of this year the student body pledged their support in raising $5,000. for our Student Union building on the new campus. During the year we have had excellent backing in some of the events that have been sponsored for the soul purpose of raising money for the Student fund. The end of the school year is creeping up on us fast and therefore the fund needs all the backing the student body can give for the next few events. Coming up next is the carnival planned for May 11th. I think the students should back the event so it will push our fund to the top.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1951-04-26, Vol. 14, No. 14|
|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.|