Weber Herald (Weber, Utah), 1934-05-251
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I Weber Her Published By The Associated Students Of Weber College May 25, 1934 No. 18 Vol. 1. THE LAST ROUNDUP: The annual sophomore outing will be held Friday, May 25, at Lagoon. A special train will leave the Bamberger terminal at 10:30 A. M. 35 cents will be the round trip fare.. Tne enti.e student-body and all high school students are invited. The program includes a matinee dance. All concessions will be operated at half-price. School will be dismissed for the day at ten o'clock. Sophomore class elections for next year will be 't" 1 sometime Friday before ten o'clock. The class of 1934 will present to the school as a parting sift a clock, with an inscription plague below. 25 cents is being assessed each graduate for this purpose. o a u ouaii l-tiun for Weber college will go into effect next year. The board of control Wednesday appointed a committee to draw up th i s spring the outlines of a consitution, the details to be completed next summer and fall. The committee is composed of Cleon Kerr, chai rman, Be th Francis, vice-chairman, Roy Ross, Curtis Bybee, Fil Ogden, and Lawrence Somerville. The constitution will be patterned after that in effect at Ihe University of Utah, which has been studied recently by a party headed by Cleon Kerr, student bod president-elect. The two major points that have aroused a student demand for a constitution concerned student body finance and school publications. Tentatively, the set-up will be as follows: A publication council will be established, composed of three students and two faculty members, the appointive power to be decided later. This council will chose the editors and business managers oi all school publications from any de partment. This system is in force at the Uni-vesity, except that the council there is elected by the student body as a whole. I'he finance organization will also be patterned after the university pattern. Each creditr of the school must present a voucher to the school treasurer, signed by the student body officers and the school officers, in order to receive money. A report of the exact financial landing will be given. to the board of control on the tenth of each month or oftener if demanded. GRADUATION AND BACCALAUREATE: The forty.-sixth annual commencement services of Weber. College will be held Friday, June 1, at 10. o'clock in the college auditorium, if remodeling is completed by that date. If the work is not finished, the exercises will take place in the Orpheum theatre. Baccalaureate services will be held Sunday, May 27, at 8:15 in the L. D. S. tabernacle. The commencement program: "Largo" by Han-d el, Mona Forsha, Virginia Taylor, and Lucile C lark, string trio, and Clair Anderson, accompanist; invocation, Thomas McKay; "To an evening Star" by Wagner, William Johnson; address to graduates, Dr Adam S. Bennion; "My Creed" by Garrett, Weber college girls' quartet of Helen Sessions, Fay Thompson, Beth Francis, and Edith Bush; presentation of diplomas, C harles H. Skidmore, state superintendent of education; "Hymn to Weber"by Roland Parry sung by the graduates; benediction, John Q. Baylock. The baccalaureate program: "Andante Can-tabile" by Tschaikowsky, Clair Anderson; invocation, Edward Olson; "The Old Refrain" by Kreisler, Mona Forsha, Virginia Taylor, and Lucile Clark, string trio, and Clair Anderson, accompanist; baccalaureate sermon, Dr. John Edward Carver; "Oh, Fair, Oh, Sweet and Holy" by Cantor, Helen Sessions; benediction. T. P. Wheelwright. The following honor graduates of the 1934 class have been announced by Mrs. Hall: Lulu. Hodgson, Arnold Vincenti, James Sundquist, Kiyoko Oda, Norma Anderson, Helen Lindquist, Hideo Kato, Kenneth Sheffield, Rose Manning,. Jean Danvers, Lorene Barker, Elma Skelton, Martha Holt, Earl Worman, Dee Bramwell, Roy Doxey, Hermoine Tracy, LeRoy Steele, PhilHess, Nola Hopkins, Winston Langlois, Julia Moore, Goldie Penrose, Eunice Tucker, Rachel Denning, Harriet Robison, Bill Alsup, Nellie Codington, Beatrice Allen, Harold Madsen. The girls have been asked to wear long afternoon dresses in light, summery colors and the boys to wear dark suits. Mr. Hurst has announced that the graduation diploma fee of $2.50 and all tuition due must be paid before students may graduate. Pay Mr. Hurst from 10-12 a.m. and from 2-5 p.m.
|Title||Weber Herald (Weber, Utah), 1934-05-25, Vol. 1, No. 18|
|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 first student newspaper, the Weber Herald, ran from 1917 to 1935.|
College student newspapers and periodicals
|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.|