Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1951-05-111
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M ardi Let's Write To the Boys Or as Toni te ! In Korea! r Volume 14 K IS -C' it & - I hi- 3 war " ; r" If Getting their booth ready for the "Mardi Gras" are Ed Hoggan, Ralph Jeppson and Neil Bingham. They are members of Delta Phi and will have a side show in the carnival. MARDI GRAS IS 8:00 P. M IN WHITE CITY BALLROOM At 8:00 this evening in the White City Ball Room, the Associated Students of Weber College will present a carriival-dance, the Mardi Gras. Featuring Dick Beecher's orchestra as the dance attraction, and sporting fifteen concession booths for entertainment and refreshments, the affair holds promise for a unique evening of entertainment. The carnival plan was proposed three weeks ago in the board of control meeting as a possible means of aiding the Student Union fund. As a result all of the social organizations on the campus, with the exception of Sigma and Excelsior, will operate booths. The proceeds from each booth will be contributed to the Student Union fund. Many Booths Booths will be run on a ticket system similar to the one used at Lagoon. Points will be gathered and presented at a central booth where prizes will be given. Various booths will contain dart games, basketball pitch, rat race, hot-dog sales, marriage cottage, etc. Door Prizes A drawing will be held at approximately 10:30 for special door prizes. Students are urged to keep their ticket stubs for this drawing. Among these door prizes will be electrical appliances, groceries, wash and lubrication " jobs and sportswear. Floor Show Sometim,e during the evening a big floor show will be presented. So far the contents of this show have been clouded with mystery. Fred Ball, however, suggested that jugglers and chorus girls have been considered. Whether rich or poor, every person connected with Weber College is urged to attend this event. Fun galore is promised to all, according to Don Ripplinger, student body president. 11 Sly Corner' II Packs the House By Ann Lund "The Shop at Sly Corner", an Ogden Community-Weber College Theatre production, attractedalmost-full houses for four consecutive nights, May 2, 3, 4 and 5 in the Weber College auditorium. inatcner Aiired is to be commended highly for his direction of an exceptionally good murder mystery, and Carl White should re ceive similar honors for his truly fine technical direction. Both di rection and technical work were powertul. WEBER if' Two Speakers Are Named for Graduation Service Ernest Wilkinson, president of Brigham Young University and Laird V. Loveland, Minister of the First Methodist Church of Salt Lake City will address graduates during graduation week, which starts May 27, announced President H. Aldous Dixon. President Wilkinson has obtained national recognition as a lawyer and educator and is a former graduate of .Weber College and resident of Ogden. Reverend Loveland, a graduate of Morningside College at Sioux City, Iowa, University of Southern California at Los Angeles and the Hiss School of Theology at Denver, was Minister of the Ogden Methodist Church from 1944 to 1947. The Baccalaureate Service is set for Sunday, May 27, at 8 p.m. Commencement Services will be conducted Friday, June 1, at 8 p.m. The public is invited to attend both events, according to President Dixon. Both events will be held in Ogden high school's auditorium. Well-received and appreciated by the audience was the unexpected and unpredicted suicide of the main character, Descius Heiss played by Hilton, as the ending for the play which had a decided English flavor. This three-act spine tingler, writ- ter by Edward Percy, was well presented by a cast consisting of L. M. Hilton, Renee Glover, Jay Livingood, Mary Ellen Bailey, Luacine Pingree, Claire Kapple, Laurence Burton, Amos Sargent, Hugh Jacobs, and Bill Carter. Outstand ing among these performance were those given by Jay Livingood, L. M. Hilton, and Claire Kapple. COLLEGE, OGDEN, UTAH, MAY V. C. Summer School Plans Broad Curricula The Weber College Summer School schedule will include more than 200 different class offerings, according to an announcement made today by Dr. Robert A. Clarke, Dean of the summer session. Will Open June 11 Last summer more than 1800 students attended the wide range of campus classes which ranged in times from 7 a.m. until 10 p.m. Dr. Clarke anticipates another record enrollment for the quarter which will commence June 11. Appointments for summer registration will be issued June 4 and 5. Registra tion will get underway on June 7th and instruction commences June 11th. Important to Veterans The summer school this year is of special importance to several groups, according to Dean Clarke. Veterans who have not used their G.I. entitlement must be registered for work in college this summer or lose their G.I. educational benefits. Freshmen students by the score are laying plans to continue their aca demic work continuously through out the sumjmer months. By so doing, a student can accelerate his college graduation by several quar ters. Chance for Part-Time Work Dr. Clarke pointed out that many students have indicated that they plan to work part-time and attend college during the summer months. The increased labor market in the Ogden area is making it easier for ambitious students to find part-time work to assist them through their college years. Graduating sophomores will be able to select a summer program from some fifty different courses being offered for upper division students by the University of Utah and U.S.A.C. residence centers at Weber College. Veteran Notice Insurance Information Released to Veterans Veterans of World War II, whose G.I. term insurance contracts are lapsed and have not expired may reinstate these lapsed policies upon meeting health requirements and payment of two month's premiums on the amount reinstated. The new insurance law recently signed by the president does; however, make it impossible for the veteran to obtain new insurance if he has let his term insurance contract expire. The only way such a veteran could get G.I. insurance again would be in the event he returned to active duty for 30 days or more. ' Veterans interested in reinstating their lapsed G.I. policies are urged to call or visit the V.A. office located rooms 414-415 Kiesel Bldg., Ogden, Utah, Telephone 2-7556. Dr. Hansen Will Head Faculty Association Dr. Basil C. Hansen was named to head the faculty association for the next year at yearly elections last week. Dr. Hansen is the head of the science division at Weber college. Assisting him is English Instructor Pearl Allred as vice president, and Sheldon Hayes, Biologist secretary. Newly elected directors who serve one year each are Howard Knight and Blaine Hartog. Outgoing president of the association is Farrell Collett. Other out-going officers are Clarence Wilson, vice president; Edward Vietti. secretary; Wendell Esplin and Elliott Rich, directors. 11, 1951 VEBER STUDENTS DO WELL IN NATIONAL PHI RHO PI The beautiful and elaborate University of Houston was the site of this year's national Phi Rho Pi Forensic tournament held in Houston April 26 through 28. Sophomore Outing Is Next Friday Everyone affiliated with Weber College is invited to a gigantic out-mg sponsored by the Sophomore class beginning at noon on May 18. School buses will provide transportation for those who don't have rides in private cars. "Faculty and Freshmen are especially invited to attend," Pat Andrews class president said, "just because it is a sophomore outing it doesn't mean that others aren't invited," she continued. Competitive games will be conducted throughout the day under the direction of Don Dinsdale recreation committee chairman. There will be Softball, tennis, volley ball and sack races as well as many other games and relays. Supper will be served to everyone, Messrs. Visser, Stratford and Baddley will act as "Chief Cook and Bottle Washer", respectively. Committee Chairman in charge of the various phases of the event are Pat Andrews, class president, co' ordinating chairman; Annette Bott, class vice president, chairman of the food committee; Marilyn Sessions, secretary, chairman of the publicity committee, and Don Dins-dale, class historian, entertainment chairman. DICK RICHARDS Weber Student Gains National Office Dick Richards, well known Weber college debater was elected as the national student representative of the Phi Rho Pi Forensic Society. As a member of the National Executive Council of the society Dick will represent all the students of all the junior colleges throughout the nation and will help in promoting their interests. Dick is the only student on the Executive Council. Award Assembly Is May 18th Presentation of all awards for outstanding achievement during the year will be made at the Awards Committee assembly, May 18 with the entire assembly time being allotted to the presentations. The awards include everything from the coveted sweaters on down. Selection of students to receive the awards are now being made. Special awards for outstanding achievements and service to sophomores will highlight the assembly. Y' ' ' ' ' S - Number 15 A group of five Weber parti cipants accompanied by Mr. Leland Monson and Mr. E. Carl Green of the College humanities division spent a week in Texas where according to Mr. Monson, "We received a royal welcome and were shown every possible courtesy." Richards, Robson Reach Finals "Weber students, Dick Richards and Vira Beth Robson, made especially fine records", Mr. Monson said. Vira Beth reached the finals in the poetry reading division, while Dick was a finalist in impromptu speaking as well as rating fourth in discussion. Phi Rho Pi is a national junior college forensic fraternity. It holds meets annually, bringing students of junior colleges together in competition with people of like abilities and experience. The University of Houston according to Mr. Monson is one of the most beautiful and elaborate institutions of learning in the nation. The University has a radio station that cost $450,000, which they boast to be the nation's finest, not barring commercial stations. "The stage has every thing that an actor could possibly desire by way of conveniences", Mr. Monson continued. President Dixon Is Given Executive Post An invitation to accept an appointment to the executive committee of the Northwest Association of Secondary and Higher Institutions has been extended Dr. H. Aldous Dixon by Francis F. Powers, President of that association. To Fill Dr. Mohser's Position Dr. Dixon, will fill the unexpired term of Dr. Raymond Mosher on the executive committee who is vacating the committee post to as sume chairmanship of the Presi dential Commission on Higher Edu cation. President of Weber College since 1937, Dr. Dixon was appointed to serve on the Presidential Commission for Higher Education in 1945 and was the only U. S. Junior College President to be selected for service on the important commission.Receives Additional Honors Additional honors were awarded Dr. Dixon when the Board of Directors of the Provo Utah Chamber of Commerce cited him for outstanding services rendered as a past-president of that organization during the years 1930 and 1931. Stating that -the award is made for "exceptional services rendered as President during the years 1930 and 1931 and that this certificate is given In evidence of appreciation", the scroll was Issued by the order of the Board of Directors and is signed by Arch L. Madsen, President of the Chamber and by Clayton Jenkins, manager. Young Elected New Utah Academy Hhead Dr. Orson Whitney Young was elected president of the Utah Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters at the group's spring meeting, Saturday, May 5, 1951. Dr. Young, who served as vice president last year, succeeds Dr. Delbert Green of U.S.A.C. Weber's Dean of Faculty, R. A. Clark was selected as a council member for a two year term in exact sciences, during the two-day session which ended Saturday.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1951-05-11, Vol. 14, No. 15|
|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.|