|Paper||Westminster College Student Newspapers|
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|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Westminster College Student Newspapers|
0 Salt Lake City, Utah, December Volume 2 pier Number 2 14, 1943 HOLLY HOP HUGE SUCC Cowboy and Lady Dance ' i Mi in Memorial House in Memory Grove. This dance, sponsored by the Junior Class, proved to be a gala affair. The girls formals swished around them as they danced to the music of Ralph Beyer and his Syncopated Seven. Memory House was gaily decked with holly, mistletoe; and a glittering Christmas tree. The holly motif was carried out in the holly corsages presented to the girls. During the intermission the Girls Glee Club under the direction of Mrs. Elizabeth Hayes Simpson sang several carols in keeping with the holiday mood. Blythe Clymer Nancy Jane Stoller, and Mary Langer gave their rendition of The Winter Wonderland. Mens Chorus with Mrs. Louise Bowman' Engle as the director also sang several carols with Alex Eliopolus as the soloist-The- . Junior Class officers who committee-served as the over-a- ll are:; President,- Buck vice president, Dewey Hillman; and secretary-treasure- r, Camille Gibson. Other committees that should be offered recognition - are: Corsages Gene Montague, Camille Gibson, and (Continued on Page 2) V semi-form- al Around midnight the 3rd of December all the stray broncs loose in Foster Hall were being rounded up and put back in the corrals, the (pots and pans were sand and being scrubbed with chuck-wagothe in back placed Groundhog Batey was taking his cacti back to the desert, Tommy Olsen was walking Miss Horn home (the long way that is), and Miss Deardorff was being lassoed by Duststorm Day. The at the shindig merry-makecalled the Cowboy and Lady Dance, sponsored by the boys of Foster Hall, had called a halt. Foster that Its rummored in received an Anderson Antelope offer on the 5th from a ranch in Montana to be its chief cook and May as well take , .. ; Lincoln. it, make cant still Parson Rogers up his mind as to whether he was in the Stork, Club, where all the ladies wear 'orchids, or on the whether he was sitting of a chuck-wagodT a nearby 'listening to the cry coyote Every nowwasand then amozin he says. It sure but mighty confossin. Some of the noticeable patrons were Lady Corine Marks and Fearless Fogelburg, Lady Bill Jeanne Lathrop and Wild.MeisBarbara Lady Paterson, sner and Rattlesnake Hall, Lady Blazin Ruby Hazel Bush and Delilah Irons Burmester, Lady Fiird and Buckshot Ayarbe and Lonesome Reherd, who dropped in towards the last. Could it be that the Cowboy and Lady Dance had developed into a lonely hearts bureau? The seems number of was it than now to be larger before the dance. Groundhog Batey is joining the movies as one of those serial heroes as he seems to be pretty good at surviving two fatal gunshot wounds in the chest. fj r , n, rs bottle-washe- r. . semi-steadie- s . Col-ling- - n tail-boa- rd The annual Christinas formal with the theme Holly Hop was held Friday, December 10 at 9:00 at the chuck wagon. All hands 1 5 in Fashion Show CHRISTMAS A group of fifteen Westminster Coeds represented the s; W.O.W. Christmas Giving Project CANTATA Another performance of the school in a combination Furniture and Style Show, Friday, annual presentation of A Mys-- j In a recent meeting of the W. December . 3, 1948. The gala tery for Christmas by the Girls1 O. W. one of the members gave Club of Westminster Col- an account of cases of dire need affair, held a the Barwick Ware- Glee was held at the First Bap- that exist right here in Salt Ap- lege house, was invitational. on December 12. It Lake City. A child from one Church tist proximately 125 Salt Lake City is said to be one of the most Of these unfortunate families, ladies watched as our girls beautiful and stories, asked what he wanted for when simple yet moved across the ramp. Joan told in true form. answered, I'd like Christmas; and Ten Eyck acted as narrator a red apple. Through newsbig described the details of the outDirected by Mrs. Elizabeth magazines, radio and in fit being shown. HayesSimpson, the pageant papers, own. chapel services we are our presented in "the Medieval constantly reminded of the The girls who participated it)' was manner. Walter Teutscb needs of families in other lands. the event were Barbara Meiss-- ,' played the Dr. and We have authentic proof that organ ner, Pearl Nacenta, Lydia Gerry, additional selectionsprelude his in us relief sent Wilma Dimas, Margaret Scott, ual through organizations Dale elegant style. s, Klap-akiCHURCH WORLD like Wilma Gould, Virginia assisted at the piano. SERVICE,- CARE and the Shirley Mertins, Sally TayRELIEF SOCIETIES Mitchell, Janet Smith, .. QUAKER lor, Gayle Barbara Harris portrayed Joanne Raynor, Beverly Palmer, Mary; Jack Hurd, Joseph; Mary : actually' reaches the persons Dorothy Parker and Gene Mon- Langer, Gabriel. The kings needing the help we are able s f. were played by John Brown, to give. tague. s like will feel Don and We hope you A fine selection of lingerie, Paul were the Christmas spirit The spreading shepherds Batey. suits, dresses, formals, coati Jack Armstrong and George in this manner. The W.O.W.s scarfs. and handbags, modeled Dimas. ' Barbara Meissner and are asking that you contribute bv the girls, was provided by were the walking 25c or more toward this cause the- Marianne Shop of Sugar Joan Rogers Leola - Jorgensen before you go away for the while angels House. Christmas holiday. was the reader. Mrs. Barwick was In charge Please indicate whether you Soloists were: Blythe Clymer, of the show. She was aided by; Melba Egbert, Barbara Harris, want your gift used for local or wide relief. LEAVE Miss Ruby Horn, dean of worn Shirley Hoffman, Mary Langer, world IN CONTRIBUTION YOUR Marjorie McDermaid, Pauline THE CONTAINER FOR THAT en, and Mrs. Robert D. Steele. Wampler and Robert Waite. PURPOSE FOUND IN MRS-R- s m OFFICE. . of Ihe choral . assistance a and with the group. They plan to 'theWith Thank kindly, you this proGirls Glee Club, carol hospitals, faculty," stu- gram was a triumphant climax VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS , us to you. dents, etc. Following the carol- of the Yuletide Season of the from each of . Betty Hadley ; college. ing there will be a party. W - . - -- Roy-lan- ce - Student Christian Association . ! , ! Student New members e Christian Association weret installed at a special candle-lighservice in Ferry Hall, lounge. Dr. Rodgers was the speaker who charged these persons withss their duties based on the pur-postated in the S. C. A. pledge. These were represented by colored candles: the blue loyalty, white worship, green study, red action, gold cooperation with all Christians. ' After the meeting Christmas carols and light refreshments were enjoyed. . All those interested in going caroling the evening of December 16th are invited to practice of-th- . V i . . Cotro-Mane- -- - - - y-- . . f .'-- . I - w. - ,1 - . . V . CH . ' rL. V 5.