Weber Herald (Weber, Utah), 1919-05-201
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.IllPtil HIED H VOL. III. OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY, MAY 20, 1919. Xo. 10 BEAL MAKES ANNUAL REPORT The Various School Activities Have Had Highly Successful Year. SEVERAL CHANGES OCCUR President Beal Will Sever His Connection With the School. T have been asked by the editor of the Weber Herald to give a brief report of the school activities for the past year. I am pleased to state our attendance this year has been most satisfactory, the records showing the following registration: Summer, 68 students; winter, 635 students. Total number of students registered for the school year, 703. This enrollment is by far the largest in the history of the institution. The approximate attendance of several years past has been about 500 students for the winter season. The registration given above shows an increase in attendance of more than 25 per cent over that of previous years. Activities of the School. This year our basketball team won the state tournament of which our school is justly proud. Several members of the school team were given state positions and two' members of the team were picked as honor men. ,TV - :,!" :,,a le i -.rclJth showing in the other school activities. The oratorical and debating work under Professor Kasius has been of a high standard. Many friends of the school have also stated that the school play, "Mice and Men," given this year under the direction of Mrs. Blanche McKey, was one of the best ever given by the school. Student Body Officers. At this point in the report I take the occasion to briefly mention the work of our student body officers. We have had splendid and efficient school officers this year under the leadership and guidance of Russell B. Petty, the student body affairs have been most ably and efficiently managed. Brother Petty has shown much ability as a student body president. Likewise, much credit is due Ernest Shreeve, editor of the Weber Herald, the school paper, and the business manager, Elmon Linford, for their splendid efforts. The Acorn, the school annual or year book, under the management of David McKay,editor-in-(Continued on Page Four) ACORN EDITOR IS CHOSEN The honor of editing the annual year book the Acorn for 1919-20 has fallen to a girl. Miss Ida Scow-croft having been chosen by the board of control to fill this very important position for the coining year. Xext year's Acorn should be one of the best in the history of the institution as Miss Scowcroft is fully capable, possessing all the necessary requisites of a successful editor. Her scholastic record ranks with the best in the school and her effective work as Junior vice president and exchange editor of the Herald should insure a highly successful year book. The students were entertained last Thursday in assembly by a short talk from William Minson. who has just returned from France. Minson at tended Weber until the outbreak of the war, when he enlisted. He was the first Weberite to go over. - v.- V-i'fi (: STANLEY RHEESE In one of the most exciting elections held in recent years, Stanley Rheese won out over William Kasius in the race for student body president for the coming year. The contest was featured by the spirited campaigning conducted by the leaders of the rival factions and was remarkably iiec liufn Lilt: uojcLioiii-iLlc' "muu slinging" of former years. Rheese was elected by nearly a 2 to 1 vote, the final count being 258 against Kasius' 134. Stanley owes his election, in a measure, to the girls who. following the example of the leaders of the girls' association, cast almost a solid vote for him. The office of vice president was closely contested, Arvilla Parry and Amanda Chamberlain running almost KASIUS NEW HERALD EDITOR Board of Cotrol Decides on Capable Man To Head Weber School Paper. William Kasius ('19) was chosen by a unanimous vote of the board of control as editor of the Weber Herald for the coming year. Mr. Kasius' extensive work in all student body activities was probably the reason for the board's decision. He has been associate editor this year, during which time he has been able to gain valuable information concerning its publication. His past work, which has been of a high standard, gives promise of an excellent paper, as his ideas are original, progressive and full of pep. Weber can look forward to a strong, newsy paper from Kasius next year. FIELD DAY Field day will be held on Thursday and promises to be one of the most successful events of the year. As yet the place where it will be held has not been definitely decided, but it will probably be staged at Lorin Farr park. This would be an ideal place, as there is plenty of space for contests and it also contains a dance hall. A game with the East Side High school of Salt Lake City is now being arranged and will be one of the hig attractions of the day. A win over Fast Side would give Weber the state championship in baseball, an honor Student fiody icers 19-20 STANLEY RHEESE, President AMANDA CHAMBERLAIN, Vice Preddent CLEONE LINDSAY, Secretary Treasurer ORVAL CARSTENSEN, Athletic Manager JOHN EMMETT, Debating Manager LE ROY JOHNSON, Dramatic Manager even in the three lower classes. The Senior class, however, went strong for "Pat" and placed her on the long end of a 209 to 183 count. The students exp.essed their confidence in a girl a secretary and treasurer by electing Cleone Lindsay over Clifford Doxey and Lucian Ray; the votes being 183, 138 and 70 for the respective nrA - -.q. ATic Tii-iri-say has the unique iionor of being the first girl to hold this position. Altho it is considered one of the most difficult of the student body offices, she is fully capable and will no doubt handle it in an efficient manner. No competition developed for- the offices of yell master, debating, ath-lectic and dramatic managers, as only one candidate was nominated for each of the offices. Lew Fretwell, John Emmett, Orval Carstensen and WILLIAM KASIUS we never held. The success of field day depends upon the student body, as a small attendance would make it a failure. The celebrations of the past few years have all been miserable frosts and we don't want another one.' Let's all turn out and make it a big success. Have you ever noticed that when Weber attempts to do a thing she always does it up right? Take the marching of the boys in the Mormon battalion for instance. To make the showing they did after only three days' training is something to be proud of. Don't forget to be there Field day. Election AMANDA CHAMBERLAIN Le Roy Johnson will fill these respective positions next year. The winners in the race for public service bureau offices had very little difficulty in carrying away the honors; all winning by a comfortable majority. Of the votes cast for president, Oa Jacobs polled 177 as against the 134 of Ruth Scowcroft and the 80 of F:-rl Valn. The vice prsidenrv will be handled by Vera Malan, while Le Roi Blaylock will officiate as secretary.The election was productive of much excitement and proved one of the most interesting events of the year. On the wdiole, the outcome should be entirely satisfactory, as all the new officers have shown their ability as leaders and should do much toward making next year highly successful. EXERCISES TO BE HELD FRIDAY Commencement To Be Held In School Auditorium at 8 P. M. The thirty-first annual commencement exercises of the Weber Normal College will be held in the school auditorium Friday, May 23, at 8 P. M. The presentation of the diplomas will be made by Apostle David O. McKay and Derrah Van Dyke will deliver the valedictory address. An appropriate program has been arranged which is as follows: 1. "Xo. 5 Hungarian Dance" (Job. Brahms) School Orchestra. 2. Invocation Karl Storey. 3. Selection: "Cradle Song" (J. L. Frank) School Choir. 4. Address Representative of Normal Class Doris Cook. 5. Solo: "Happy Days" Ruth Evans. 6. Address President Owen F. Beal. 7. Selection: "La Berceuse" (Chas. Gounod) School Orchestra. 8. Reading "A Few liars in the Key of G" (Carlyle Osborne) Grace Stone. 9. Valedictory Derrah Van Dyke. 10. Presentation of Diplomas, President David O. McKay. 11. Selection "Rest" (Rubenstein) School Choir. 12. Benediction David L. McKay. Some of the disappointed Seniors have adopted a new motto. It is: "Students may come and students may go. but I stay on forever." MANY ARE TO GRADUATE Largest List of Graduates In History of School Announced by the Faculty. SIXTY-FIVE ARE ON LIST When List Is Completed There Will Be About Seventy-on Roster. Weber's graduating class of 1919 will be the largest in the history of the institution, according to the records of the school. On a list given out by the graduating committee, 65 names were entered. It is not complete as yet as there are still a number of students with conditions to remove. The list should total over 75 before the commencement exercises. The following have been passed upon by the committee as ready for graduation : College . (Fifth Year Normal) Doris Cook, Naomi Nelson, Dorothy Maw. Scientific Course Ellis Barker, Byron Chadwick, Vern Farr, David L. McKay, Eugene Wiggins, Ulysses Mortcnsen. Literary Course Ruth Evans, Norma Hussey, Eva Porter, Karl Storey. Josephine Volker. Commercial Course Blaine Bach-man, Kenneth Schade, Dwight 1 hompson, " Wallace" Winter,' Sieman Bowman, Edwin Stratford. Domestic Art and Science Course Mable Martin, Voilet Banford, Jetta Carstensen, Verna Folkman, Marian Wilson, Hazel Bingham. Preparatory Normal Course Sadie Rawson. Mechanic Arts Charles H. Richards.General High School Course Violet Stallings, Rhea Poultcr, Mary Smith, Thelma Stephens, Bernice Randall, Grace Stone, Russell Petty, Mae Fowles, William Moyes, Frank Newman, Effie Kasius, Byron Stallings, Derrah Van Dyke, Robert Hull, Elizabeth Oborn, Carrie K. Rapp, Bernice Petty, Beulah Bever, Eldon Taylor, Rozette Fuller, Jack Wright. J. Ezra Steele, Hilda Edling, Naomi Nelson, Clyde Lindquist, E. Vatia Taylor, Ernest Shreeve, Tanl Hinckley, Merle Foulger, Lucile Thomas, Daniel Shupc, Claris Shaw, Bertha Brown, Lettie Ririe, Ira Terry, R. Stanton Belnap, Thomas C. Browning.THE SCHOOL CALENDAR The commencement week program as announced by the faculty began with Honor Day on Friday and will continue throughout this week, ending with the commencement exercises. A week of combined hard work and hard play is now passing and should prove to be the climax of a highly successful year. The events of the week are as follows : Friday, May 16 Honor Day. Sunday, May 18 Address to the graduates. Monday, May 19 Exams begin. Senior play at night. Alumni day. Tuesday, May 20 Senior Day. Wednesday, May 21 College Day. Thursday, May 22 Field Day. Friday, May 23 Yearly marks given. Thirty-first Annual Commencement. 8 '. M. Don't forget to be there Field day.
|Title||Weber Herald (Weber, Utah), 1919-05-20, Vol. 3, No. 10|
|Creator||Weber Normal College|
|Contributors||Associated Students of Weber Normal 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
Weber Normal 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.|