|Paper||Weber State University Student Newspapers|
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THE SIGNPOST Page 3 Frenesti Holds Candlelight Party Frenesti startled the school Monday, when two members gave a trial glimpse of Fren-esti's club sweaters. The sweaters are gold with a purple emblem on the left side. Thursday night Frenesti held a candle light party to intiate the pledges. The party presaged future activity as typified by the cageful of enthusiastic pledges, unwontedly active inspite of their past punishment. Frenesti has agreed to enter competition with the rest of the clubs to get yearbooks for every member. K S L Head Speaks Frontiers are still before us! This was the challenging keynote of the speech given by KSL director Earl J. Glade in English club assembly, November 18. A prelude of syncopated swing, featuring Ed Berry and Shorty Ross on piano and vibraphone, and songs by the college Musettes were additional numbers. The program was announced by Raulston Zundel, club president."Sweet are the uses of adversity . . ." Many students who survived test week are still debating the validity of Shakespeare's statement. For some, the mental strain is great; for others, it is zero. Anyone desiring first class interior decorating may obtain same by contacting Phoenix. Stop at . . . FRED SCRIVEN'S For Your BOOKS - STATIONERY And SCHOOL SUPPLIES 2478 Washington Blvd. - f ( 1338 aIHH 1338 J V vm 11 w Anderson Lumber Co. MAKE THIS A MUSICAL CHRISTMAS Let Us Help You Select Glen Bros, - Some Queens, I'll Say i Big Affair Tonite (Continued from Page 1) ring out (a la Benny Goodman) from an igloo fashion stand. Bob Montgomery "Publicity Bob" says the music's going to be "smooth as silk, and hot as potatoes." Phoenix members in charge of plans are: Noble DeHart, decorations; Robert Montgomery, advertising and programs; Heiko Dallinga, refreshments. Other members of the club will also act as hosts: Sterling Fuller, Paul Limberg, John Lindquist, Scott Watkins, Bob Pell, Bill Thomas, Merle Allen, Cal Chandler; pledges: Charles Malan, Dwight Williams, Frank Limburg, Fred Foulger, Arthur Campbell, Dean Morrin, Ewing Albertson, .Eugene Brough, Wayne Garfield, and Allen i Christenson. Your Conn Band Instrument Music Co. Society . F--J ? i J- A. W. S. Christmas Benefit Party Some little girl's eyes will sparkle with joy when she receives a prettily dressed doll on Christmas. She will be just one of many thrilled tots given toys for Christmas, donated by girls of Weber college at the Associated Women Students' party Monday evening in the lounge. Admission to the benefit was just one toy. In groups of ten the girls dressed the dolls and a prize was given for the prettiest results. The Bishops' Storehouse furnished the dolls to be dressed. Burning red candles and sprigs of Christmas trees carried out the holiday motif. Candy canes and popcorn balls were the eats. Surprise .of the evening was the presentation of a radio to the girl (with the lucky number at the drawing) representing all the girls of Weber college. The radio will be used for the women's lounge. Florence Francis was general chairman of the affair and Phyllis Cardon, Marge Jarvis, Dorraine Herbert, Lottie Lund assisted her. By a well-timed candid shot, Dr. Miner scared Dean A. into a shave during the recent chicken pox epidemic. During the HOLIDAYS Join the Happy Crowds At the White City Ballroom ''Utah's Finest Ballroom' MAKE THE ... NADINE Your Christmas Headquarters for That Feminine Gift We have complete stocks of everything SHE coala want at prices you like to pay Credit Gladly - Letters to Santa Dear Santa, We want brunettes for Christmas. We also want a treasury, electric razors (one especially for Jimmy Maher), more brunettes, muscatel wine, some good pledges, and more brunettes. We want the combination of all these very desirable things: Figure, Maurine Jackson; neatness, Leone Grandy; personality, Shirley Critchlow; intelligence, Barbara Reeves; humor, Bette Mae Nelson; clothes, Ellen Wilson; cleverness, Phyllis Cardon; hair, Kay Storey; complexion, Farrell Ensign; eyes, Marge Tanner; eyelashes, Vern Hadlock; nose, Odette Scowcroft; lips, Dannette Scillian; hands, Ruth Olsen (the hand with the diamond). Very, very truly yours, EXCELSIOR Engaged t4u r. Jiml. ...... i-Ls. .i.-.v. Weber Coed to Marry Music Instructor The romance blossomed last school year and resembles a movie plot: Pretty girl marries prof. Ruth Olsen, music student, will be married to Clair W. Johnson, faculty music instructor, in the Salt Lake L. D. S. Temple on December 21. The couple have been engaged for almost a month, but announced the betrothal only recently. After the wedding a very small reception will take place in Salt Lake City at the home of a relative. Only close friends and relatives have been invited to attend. The bride will be dressed informally in blue. After honeymooning in California, they will return to live in Ogden, at 508 Douglas. Howa Mystifies Crowd of 850 Samuel Howa plucked two dozen fresh eggs from thin air to climax his lyceum program at Weber last Tuesday night, December 7. The internationally famous magician entertained an estimated 850 persons. The auditorium was crowded, and late comers who found no seats available lined the sides and thronged the doorways. Mr. Howa mystified his audience for seventy-five minutes. At his command, handkerchiefs knotted themselves, playing cards responded to his directions, and a pitcher of water went a long way on one filling. The magician was the fourth number on Weber's lyceumprogram. Free Gift Wrapping Letters to Santa Claus Dear Santa: Most of all we want a new Godfather or a rich uncle to leave us lots of gold pieces so that we can pay for our new green suede arrows, all the gold arrows we've lost, and gobs of gorgeous clothes. Luxury in wee bits will also thrill us: expensive perfume, good cosmetics, a quilted housecoat, or a darling little hunk of sentimental jewelry. Now Santa, we squaws also want an ideal man, a real Indian brave (not just a cigar store Indian like the one you left us last year) with eyes like Vern Hadlock's, hair like Johnny Johnson's and the personality of Dean Williams. We also like the intelligence of Melvin Manfull, the humor of Bob Bagley, the clothes of Fred Hannah, the cleverness of Hugh Garner, the complexion of Skip Forsha, the eyebrows of Tom Toyne, the nose of Ward Willis, the mouth of Val Goddard, the hands of Richard Peterson, the figure of Charles Malan, and the neatness of Bill Thomas. Sincerely, OTYOKWA Dear Santa : We're in a mell of a hess. We've all had to pawn our watches, overcoats, pins, sweaters, cars, and almost our gals, to pay for Jerry Jones' orchestra for the big Snowball tonight. Pulleeze, dear Santa, leave us a gold mine or make the Snowball a terrific success so that we can get all our precious things out of hock. We splurged so that everyone will remember and cherish the Snowball and the beautiful music and the wonderful time until their hair's as white as yours. Our hair's gonna turn just like yours, too if you don't help us. We also want a new girl with the following : Neatness like Kay Storey's. Personality like Beverley Briem's. Intelligence like Phyllis Car-don's.Humor like Bette Mae Nelson's.Clothes like Isabelle Edward's. Cleverness like Irene Coomb's. Hair like Farrell Ensign's. Complexion like Barbara Reeve's. Eyes like Marge Tanner's. Eyelashes like Norma Pan-tone's.Nose like Ilene Carlson's. Mouth like Helen Van Dyke's. Figure like Evelyn Smith's. Hands like Janet Morrin's. Very truly yours, PHOENIX P. S. Ask her to bring along enough Christmas cheer for the both of us. Dear Santa: We want a man. In fact, we want an ideal man for a change. There are lots of men around Weber who are almost ideal, but not quite perfection. We've selected something from all of them that we admire very much and we want you to throw all of these together and leave him at our front door Christmas eve at nine o'clock: Neatness like Dick Murdock's. Personality like Bart Wal-thius's.Intelligence like Kent Rounds's. Humor like Sam Anderson's. Clothes like Val Goddard's. Cleverness like Ted Collins's. Hair like Frank Limburg's. Complexion like Olaf Zundell's. Eyes like Blaine Felt's. Eyebrows like Richard Peterson's.Nose like Charles Malan's. Mouth like Johnny Johnson's. Figure like Harland Pack-ham's.Hands like Johnny Neil's. Yours truly, LA DIANAEDA Every member who participated in the school musicale ought to be complimented separately. It was great entertainment and well worthy of going on under Weber's name. Just like ol' Weber, anyway. All of us can well jut out our chests and say: "Yer dang tootin' I'm from Weber!" Marjorie Carver $5.00 Oil Push-up I'ermanents, Guar- r? antecd Street Location Superior Beauty School 2384 Washington Blvd.