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THE SIGNPOST Page 3 Freshman Girls to be Guests of Whip Club All freshman girls will be guests of the Whip club at its annual Valentine tea to be held Sunday afternoon, February 12, at the Jefferson Tea Room. A Valentine motif of red and white will be carried out. Those who will pour are: Mrs. Lydia Tanner, Mrs. Clarisse H'ill, Mrs. Russell Pettv, and Miss Ida Stewart. Committee chairmen in charge of arrangements are: Doris By-bee, general chairman; Penny P.IeComb, invitations; Kathryn De Young, refreshments; and Florence Francis, decorations. Clever invitations, red hearts held with Valentine stickers, were given out during the week. Tri Vesta Has Party in Lounge Tri Vesta, the Home. Economics club, held its monthly night meeting January 26, in the Women's Lounge. The meeting was in the form of a party. Members spent an enjoyable evening playing games. Luncheon was served.The next project of the club will be its annual banquet, the time when the girls demonstrate the knowledge they have gained of their major subject by preparing and serving a dinner. This banquet will be held in the near future. Members of Tri Vesta are: Nadine Madsen, June Tracy, Beryl Dickens, Kathleen Graham, Ellen Wilson, Farrell Ensign, Cora' Sutter, Betty Turn-bull, Glenna Jones, Betty West, Inez Stimpson, Jessie Price, Rose Marie Nielson, Charlene T u r n er, Christine Williams, Edna Bench, Rama Eyre, Mar-jorie Tanner, Golda Criddle, Idella White, Lorraine Weaver, Rowlene Pitt, Marie Stander, Isabel Wade, Edna Miller, Jean Wheelwright, Marjorie Jensen, and Evelyn Heigesen. Mrs. Lydia Tanner is the club advisor.Sociology Club Selects Pin A miniature gold S was selected by the Sociology club as its pin at a special meeting called last Friday noon by President Bill Chambers. Plans for the lecture series on social problems and conditions, which will begin in the early part of the spring quarter, were discussed. A College Students "Here I am Again You Lucky People" SELF SEAL STATIONERY $ H 5 Per Box Printed HARRY GEORGE Phone 2172-W For Appointments Day or Night i , ' y Pfjwmnin imi.wn' i n hit himhmiih11 r l..i -it' A Bar for Every At The College Watch for Our New Persian Mints 1 ESTABLISHED 1870 ! Wgfirti. fclat) Supports Local Athletics OUR SPORT PAGES COVER THE SPORTING j NEWS OF THE WORLD - Society - 4 $ & AvV Dorraine Herbert, Bob-Sleigh Party Given by Frenisti Members of Frenisti and their partners enjoyed hours of bobsleighing through Huntsville valley the night of January 28. After this frolic in the snow, refreshments were served at Morton Fuller's home on Canyon road. Frenisti will have its candlelight ceremony for new pledges within the next few days. THE OUTSIDE WORLD (Continued from Page 2) fronted with the almost insurmountable task of keeping expenditures within the revenues, but the members will no doubt give education the utmost consideration and abide by that statement made by the founder of the Democratic party (Jefferson) : "In the education of the people lies the foundation of the republic." Mood . . . the Book Store -- One Will Be Sweetheart X -J !; . 7 Kay Storey, Farrell Ensign, Kay Blaes, Barbara Earls Ex-Pledges Gain Revenge La Dianaeda was surprised all around at an amazing party given by the ex-pledges for the adoring members. The pledges received their shock when the members, who had been invited with formality to 'dress to dine,' appeared as misfits. Members were amazed when the pledges, who they supposed would be misfits, were in uniform.Menus were provided for a hash-house dinner. Guests regaled by such French dishes as Love-Sick Special, Liquid Sunshine, Dance of the Worms, Rock of the Ages, Waters ofMinnehaha,- Sanpete Special, Lime-house Blues, and IrishSweepstakes--found themselves with a double order of pickles, spaghetti and mushrooms, tomato cocktail, dinner rolls, and salad. Those who ordered Irish Sweepstakes were fondly told they had lost. Phoenix Fets Prospective Pledges On January 24 the Phoenix club held its pledge party for the winter quarter, a buffet supper served at the Hotel Ben Lomond. Those attending as prospective pledges were: John Neal, Richard Murdock, Rolf Peterson, Ronald Smith, Taylor Becraft, Sylvan Godfrey, Clare Bender. The Phoenix members attending were: Harold Benson, Robert Montgomery, Nobel de Hart, Hieko Dallinga, Eugene Brough, Ralph Hancock, Ewing Albertson, Frank L i m b u r g, Walker Cross, Merle Allen, Howard Ogden. Charles Malan, Mel-vin Manfull. FTTX 2 Big Features 2 Now Showing 5 oaa DAVIS Hit No. 2 " "Smashing the Spy Ring" Also Walt Disney's "Ferdinand the Bull' -32iaMiiMaBsaiMBMiaiiiHaiiiMMMM0 r ' - , x : i Shirley Critchlow Arranged by Wheelwright Faculty Women's Tea Faculty women will feature Ira Huggins as guest speaker at their tea this afternoon in the Ladies' Lounge. Red, white, and blue satin streamers attached to a miniature log cabin as the centerpiece, miniature flags as favors, white candles, red flowers, and a large American flag as decorations will display the patriotic theme. Mrs. Bernice Tyree will furnish the musical part of the program.Hostesses of the tea are Mrs. George Hyde, chairman; Mrs. Reed Swenson, Mrs. Robert Davis, Miss Gertrude Stallings, and Mrs. Garnett Littlefield. Mrs. Clarisse Hall and Miss Marion Read are to pour. Iota Tau Kappa Hears Book Review "Horse and Buggy Doctor," by Hertzler, was reviewed by Mrs. Lydia Tanner at the Iota Tau Kappa monthly social held Wednesday evening, February 8, in the Women's Lounge. Red and white Valentine decorations were used. Rose Burchell, Marie Haden, and Janet Paul furnished musical numbers. Refreshments were served. A calendar of events for the remaining school year was planned at a special meeting for officers held January 30, in the Women's Lounge. Other important club matters, the constitution and Iota Tau Kappa assembly, were discussed. Otyokwa Night Meeting Otyokwa held its monthly night meeting at the home of Miss Evelyn Smith Wednesday night. Miss Smith and Miss Norma Pantone were hostesses. Pians for their assembly and dance were discussed. HARDWARE John H. Klenke, Jr. Dorothy M. Klenke o 350 24th St. Phone 559 Ogden, Utah SccutdcdA jo$ Jim (O&ak What a break for somebody with Blaine at the "Y" and Kay at Weber. It sounds like a pretty good Storey, doesn't it? Willowby, La Dianaeda's mascot, made a big mistake the other night at the pledges' party for the members he came dressed in white tie and tails. And were the members' faces red when they lorgot to wear their formals ! Flash:! Dean w'thout Farrell1 It doesn't sound right! But sure :-rougn, he .joined the stag lino last Saturday night sans F. Dick Murdock scores again! In case you're interested and what gal around here wouldn't be he's the blond number that played that swing number in last Friday's assembly. It's really too bad, girls but Bev saw him first. There's a romance brewin' and by now it's probably aged but anyway, the cork's off! It's none other than that blonde, Florence Main and Don McClan-ahan.It is strange, isn't it but have you noticed that the more inebriated fellows usually han from Brigham? And they could be such nice fellows, too! Does Smitty or doesn't she? If she does where does Art come in . . .? And not the kind Miss Peterson teaches either. What would Hatch do without Shirley and vice versa? Is this really another diamond within a month? This is almost a matrimonial bureau. Anyway, the diamond is on the left hand of Helen Van Dyke. Of course now we can't vouch for it, because we haven't heard it drop yet but it looks good!! What this country needs is a grapefruit that can yell "Fore!" Silence isn't always golden sometimes it's .iust plain yellow It isn't will power that a gir. needs nowadays, but won't power.Often the one who is absent from the bridge party gets the most slams. Jack and George were arguing as to which had the lazier wife. "Come home with me," said Jack, "and I'll prove that my wife's the lazier." They arrived at Jack's home and found his wife propped up in bed, peeling potatoes for dinner."That's nothing!" said George. "You come home with me." When they arrived at George's home, they found his wife sitting close to a big fire in the fireplace, crying bitterly. "What's the matter, dear?" asked George. "Oh, George," wailed his wife, "I'm getting scorched!"Did you hear about Hatch and Seaman getting arrested for speeding through Brigham? And here Hatch got an "A" in his driving course. What we want to know is why some of the faculty members are so snooty? All French teachers take note. Beverly Briem sounded, experienced when she said, "You'd better go home after the midnight show." Most envied man on the campus: Markham boss in the sec-retrial technique department. What happened to the sophomores up for Sweetheart? Is Dean Williams the only one to stand up for his rights? Dave Trevithick hates sleepy classes. Did he open the window to keep his class, or himself, awake? Laurels to Pres. Dixon the best skater and best sport in he school. The Excelsior boys were ter-ril ly popular when the Sweethearts were being chosen; but they're back to normal now. Look Your Best. For the - --SWEETHEART'S DANCE A Haircut is Necessary National Barber Shop 2475 Kiesel Ave.