|Paper||Westminster College Student Newspapers|
|Rights||No Copyright - United States (NoC-US)|
|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Westminster College Student Newspapers|
Volume 4. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, OCTOBER, 1950 No. 1. I Biggest and Best GET ACQUAINTED NURSES: Lets Know the Nurses PARTY GREAT SUCCESS Student nurses of St. Marks Hospital are entering whatever Westminster aetivies their schedule allows them. Probies who wish to participate in WOW are anticipating completion of a plan that will free them one school night each week for outside activity. A float featuring junior and probie student nurses will be entered in the Homecoming parade Saturday. will share grandmothers, for they will need a mother to attend 0 Mother-Daught- tea October er ... - Caps and Capers, the St. Marks student newspaper, boasted its first printed edition in June. An issue comes from the press the first day of each month with Betty Huggins, a senior student, its editor, and Lee Gorden, a junior, assistant editor. Basketball is a traditionally favorite sport with the girls of St. Marks. When the organization of tills years team is completed the school will play other nurses teams throughout the state. A State Nurses League is planned far in the future. for student nurses was worked into the annual convention A session of the Utah State Nurses AssociLake City, Octo- ation held in Salt ber Students from all over the state gathered in the Hotel Utah Saturday, October 7, where they listened to an address by 5-- 7. Adam S. Bonnion, which was lowed by a luncheon. Kepresenting Most Nurse Miss St. Marks as her Outstanding was fol- Student Miss Gerda Pratt. Pratt was graduated Sep- tember 22. Students are looking forward to Halloween night, when they will attend their annual spook party, and to Thanksgiving which means to many a full home. be welcomed to to their Alma Mater for a complete day of Homecoming festivities on Saturday, October 14. Activities will begin with a parade from Sugar House to Westminster campus at 12:30. Duane Dodson, the parade Ater the dance ivas in full swing, Miss Hi and Mister IIowT-d- y were selected from the Freshman class to reign over the later events of the Hello party held on the first night of registration. They were Clarabell Schweppe and Hal Mortenson. The program, directed by president of the student body, Jack Armstrong, and Hal Perham, proved to week-en- d at be in some spote hill-ariou- s. will a gala line- up. From 1:00 to 1:30 a lunch will be served in the school dining room for the convenience of all those wishing to atteud. The parents of the Gold Star men are invited to be guests at this luncheon. g and Following the the playing of the Star Spangled Banner by the Park City Band, will be the football game. Car-roCollege will be visiting opponent in the Dane Hansen Stadium at 2:dU. The team is expecting to retaliate for last years defeat from Dixie. flag-raisin- Jaek introduced the faculty members present and together they played truth and consequences the faculty members receiving the latter. Dr, Steeles rendition of One keg of beer for the four of us left us believing that he led a normal college existence himself. After exposing his little, pink feet, the Ooach finally struggled through his end of the deal, wet, but with dry humor. Not to gossip, or anything, but our beloved Chemistry prof, and former Fuller Brush man from the Hawaiian branch, revealed to us in his exotic dance some of the clever little he picked up while on his vacation this past summer. After Hal Perham got enough rope, Mrs. Engle led some other faculty members in mule train. By the way, I forget who was the lead mule was it Miss Horn or was she the tailend??? Later the rest of the faculty members were spotlighted along with the draftees and guard members. Together, they put their heads and came im-prssio- ns up with a song alumni chairman, is arranging vice-prex- y Girls from distant towns and states are looking for friends who the Westminster the name of the skit incidentally was the gathering of the nuts. The dancing and program was really a shot in the arm for the social events to come. The crowd and the spirit was tops; and from all indications, the parties in the future will all be worth supporting. I think special thanks should be extended to the people behind Joan and Norma the scenes h Earl, Wendell Brown, Kent and Gloria Walker. Lev-eric- -- ll During the half, President Steele will dedicate the Memorial Triangle in the Northeast cornier of the Stadium, and Mrs. Georgy T. Hansen will unveil the bronze plaque to honor the twenty Westminster men who gave their lives in World War II. Twenty trees have been planted by Mr. and Mrs. Ilansen in Memorial Triangle to pay tribute to thetse men. The parents of the Gold Star men are invited to take part in the dedication. The alumni letter men will also participate. Student Body officers from Car-rol- l College have been invited to be guests at Westminster for the day and will be introduced at the half. Jack Armstrong, President of the Westminster Student Body, will introduce the rest of Westminsters Student. Body officers. George Hall and Bill Yager will introduce Minnie, the Westminster mascot. Open house at Ferry Hall fits into Homecoming activities between the football game and the dance sponsored by the seniors. The girls of Ferry Hall with the assistance of Miss Ruby Horn, Dean of Women, will be ready to receive guests between 7:30 and 8:30. Alumni students, fac- - WESTMINSTERITE CHOSEN MISS FLAME" Meet the celebrity ! Thursday evening, October 5, was a great event in the life of Lou Ann Birkbeek. At this time, Miss Birkbeek, a popular and very pretty sophomore, became Miss With this title Flame of 1950. the charming daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Iv. II. Birkbeek of Park City received many gifts and invitations, sponsored by the Salt Lake Junior Chamber of Commerce and the Fire Department. Lou Aim appeared on numerous shows and television. To gain the Mius Flame title, she competed with fourteen other Of these girlts, five finalists remained. The girls of Ferry Hall red-head- s. expressed their agreement with the judges by having a party for Miss Flame when she returned to the dorm with her parents and two younger sisters. Everyone is proud of you, Lou Aim. Remember, though, dont ring too many firebells! ulty, parents and friends are invited to attend. Barbara Meissner, President of Ferry Ilall, has appointed committees for receiving guests and conducting tours through the building. Refreshments will be served in the second floor lounge. All students and friends are invited to the last festivity, the big free dance to be held in the gymfollowing nasium, iimndiately The Hall. House at Ferry Open who honored Homecoming Queen, will reign over the dance, will be crowned in Chapel on Friday, October 13, by the captain of Saturdays game. The four nominees chosen were Barbara Pendleton, Joan Patton, Pat Moore and Mary Connelly. Student Body elections on Wednesday determined the popular choice for the Queen.