Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1965-05-071
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ml vi Vol. 7 No. 26 OGDEN, UTAH 5 vtnca Mentis f k l-i ."AS-' M 4 f 1 1 4 Glen Gordon Accepts Grant Glen Paul Gordon, a Weber State College psychology major has accepted a teaching assist-aiitship to the University of Hawaii, Honolulu. The assistantship, carrying a grant of $2448, is renewable at the end of the first year. Mr. Gordon 27, plans to teach psychology. He plans to leave for the Hawaiian Islands in July. He will graduate from Weber State June 5 with a bachelor of science de gree. Mr. Gordon is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen H. Gordon, of 346 No. Center St., American Fork. He is concluding his second year at Weber State. Brian Florence, a Weber State College senior, recently was elected president of the Weber County Young Democratic Party. Brian ran against Dallas Buckley, the representative of t h e South Ogden district to the Utah State House of Representatives. Brian has been a member of the organization for two years. He de fines the organization of some 270 members between the ages of 15-40 as the means of tying the younger set of democrates into a closer knit, both politically and socially. Brian is a senior majoring in political science and minoring in history. He is this year's AMS president. Brian is married and has no children. He has served on a Southern . Australian mission for the LDS church. His future plans are to continue his education next year at the University of Utah. Friday May 7, 1965 PQIIpfElKBeif -f Internationa! Relation Club Elects Officers At a recent meeting of the International Relations Club a group of new officers were installed. Serving as president is Peggy Hefferman with Jack Cannon as vice president, Letty Butler as secretary, and Kent Bulk- ley as treasurer. The next meeting of ;the club will by May 18 at 12 noon in the Union Building committee room. Advisor for the group is Dr. Alten B. Davis. - - 5' " ? "! . 2 T V t . V ' i -t: -v. :l ! Circle IC Club Sponsors romp Next Wednesday f :4 Next Wednesday, May 12, wiU find the Weber tate College Cir cle K Club hosting the Ch'cle K Stomp, 1965 style. Dancing, games and over s e v e n t y-five .dollars in prizes to be given away, will be the order of the night. Starting at 7:30 p.m. in the WSC Union Building the dance will cost fifty cents per person. The dance will be a date or stagg affair and the dress will be sports. The Ruimaways, a, well know group around the area, will provide the music to all the latest dances. Over seventy-five dollars in prizes will be given away at the dance. Prizes have been donated from the following businesses: The Troc, Rigo's, The Canton Cafe, Utah Floral, Fox Egyptian, Clifton's' Ye Olde Pizza House, The China Nite, Put nam's Inn, Virginia's Salon of Beauty, Kay's Noodle Parlor, Ogden Beauty School, Superior Beauty School and Salon, L. R. Samuels, and Wilcox Clothier. The profits from this event will be given to the WSC library to buy -new books. For the Circle K Club, a sendee club on campus, this will be the major spring activity. Tex Bourland and Denny Osborn have served as co-chairmen of the Stomp. Russ Richards has been- an assistant to the co-chairmen. Jolene Wells of Davis High has served as committee artist. In conjunction with this dance the Circle K Club has arranged with Wilcox Clothier, of Ogden, to sell clothes at that store on Saturday, May 8 with ten per cent of all sells being added to the amount raised from the dance to be given to the library. "A Man for All Seasons," by Robert Bolt, will conclude an out-standing season of drama and musical attractions at Weber State College, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, at 8:15 p.m. As the first standard length drama to be presented in the Fine Arts Center, the show W'U claim a final "first" in a year of firsts for the new 1800-seat facility.Prof, M. Thatcher Allred, a kev man in collegiate and community theater for 30 years, is the director.In. his cast are several players who appeared in his plays in the early 1930s, and who have associated with him in other phases of theater work. The college is represented in the cast by both faculty and stu dents. Therald F. Todd, WSC Theater's technical director, who did the sets for "My Fair Lady" and other shows, has designed the settings. Mrs. Ferron Nebeker, costume mistress, had the job of constructing sixteenth century-type clothing for the cast and Nancy Cheney, a speech and drama major, is assistant to the director. The playwright has made his drama record the historical facts of the story of the Man for all Seasons, Sir Thomas More, chancellor of England. The motivating circumstance of the play is the fact that Sir Thomas refuses to compromise his principles even at the threat of death. "This play Ls regarded as one of the finest and most powerful dramas to have reached Broadway in more than a decade," said Benjamin M. Noid, in charge of promotion. Community players in the cast are Kenneth Post, in the stellar role of Sir Thomas; Ross Housley, as the common man; Robert J. Peters, as the Duke of Norfolk; Ronald Jenkins, as Henry Eighth. L.M. Hilton, as Cardinal Wol- sey; Mrs. Henry Zitzman, as Alice; Clyde Checketts, as Thomas Cromwell; and Mrs. Amos (Glad ys) Sargent, as A Woman. Collectively they have been in some 50 productions. y College performers are faculty members John M. Elzey, as Richard Rich; Prof. Farrell R. Col-lett, as Thomas Cranmer, and students Jennifer Hull, as Lady Margaret: Dennis Dykstra, as Sigmor Chapuys; Orlan Owen, as William Roper, Donald Nuffer, as the Headsman, and Thomas Peterson, as an attendant.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1965-05-07, Vol. 7, No. 26|
|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.|