|Paper||Westminster College Student Newspapers|
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|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Westminster College Student Newspapers|
CRIER SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, OCTOBER, 1952. Volume 1. WHO'S WHO HONORS SIX W. C. most out- standing senior students are ing listed in this years Whos Who in American Colleges and Universities. This listing is open only to seniors, and Westminster is allowed to choose six seniors on the basis of enrollment. be- The winners are selected in the following manner. Score cards are made out for each senior on the basis of service to the school, scholarship, participation in various activities, and promise for future success. All seniors are scored on tally sheets, and rated on a comparative basis, by each member of a committee of five students and five faculty members. These individual tally sheets are summarized by the Dean, and the top six are selected as a result of the summary. This constitutes one of the most distinct .honors which can be designated to a senior. Those receiving this recognition this year are Helen Austin, Charles Farr, William Gold, Marjorie Franz, Pete Ota and RGean Thomson. ' !..!! Of course, one of the most important events of homecoming week is the nomination and election of our homecoming queen and her The Homecoming festivities started off with a bang as the parade attendants. The candidates, chosen by the W Club were: Maurine moved along 21st South and north on 13th East the morning of October 11. Morley, Bingham, Utah; Elizabeth Setting the pace was the band from Wasatch Academy in their black Lee, San Francisco, California, and and orange uniforms. Almost all the organizations on the campus parColleen Steck of Magna, Utah. and decorating floats. Prominent among them were From these three lovely nominees, ticipated by designing Elizabeth Lee was voted to rule the offerings of the W Club, WOW, Ferry and Foster Hall, Sigma Pi over the festivities of homecoming Alphas El Toro, The Girls Glee Club, who provided music as they went week. The royalty was driven in along, and of course, each of the classes. the parade in one of the convertiThe Freshman class won first bles loaned to us by Petty Motor, prize this year for their clever float and after the parade they were ANNUAL TEA HONORS bearing a bathtub full of Edythe publicly introduced as they enMOTHERS STUDENTS tered the stands before the game. Smith and Fay Robinson, with the The annual Mothers Tea was held motto, Clean Em Up! Our peToward the end of the half-tim-e ceremonies the players returned to in the newly decorated upper lounge tite and attractive queen, Elizabeth the field and while both teams of Ferry Hall, Sunday, October 19, Lee, and her two lovely attendants formed an aisle of honor, Paul Mad1952, from 3:00 to 5 p. m. Elaine rode in an open convertible, as did dox and Bill Gold escorted the President Palmer and the coaches. sponsor of the tea, headed the queen and her attendants to the W. O. W., president of the field to be crowned as homecoming Although there was plenty of Mrs. included which line, crowned was ceiving Elizabeth by royalty. work involved, it was a lot of fun Dale Gebo and Elmer J. Richard Palmer, wife of Presifor everyone who helped in any Lampe, while the attendants were dent Palmer; Miss Helen H. Christwith the arrangements, and we man, house mother of Ferry Hall; way given corsages of pink roses. house moth- - owe all participants a vote of Mrs. John S. A Homecoming dance,-a- t which. "croroStcr- Telecky, HaU,'and Mrs. W. thanks with 'a special orchid to Gus. the queen and her attendants were Stanley Walker, representative from Klekas, chairman of the whole again honored, concluded the days the Mothers f!1uh re-Bu- sh, co-capta- ins -- I. ATTENTION, ALL DRAFT - - actiivties. ELIGIBLE MEN! The third series of the Selective Service College Qualification Tests has been prepared by the Educational Testing Service of Princeton, New Jersey. All draft eligible students who have not already taken this test, are urged to do so as soon as possible, due to the increasing demands for manpower. To be eligible to apply for the college deferment test a student must (1) intend to request deferment as a student; (2) be satisface course torily pursuing a not must and preof instruction; (3) Selective the taken have viously Service College Qualification Test. Applicants for the test will mail application blanks for the December 4, 1952, and April 23, 1953, administrations to Educational Testfull-tim- enveling Service in will to be regisgiven opes, which self-address- HOMECOMING EVENTS CLAIM SPOTLIGHT H. C. QUEEN STUDENTS Six of Westminsters LOVELY LIZ CHOSEN Number 1. ed trants by local boards. Applications for the December 4, 1952, tests must be postmarked not later than November 1, 1952. Applications postmarked after that date cannot be accepted for the December test. The two forthcoming administrations of the College Qualification Test represent the eighth and ninth testing dates of the program. In the first series of tests 64 per cent of the students achieved a score of 70 or better. In the second series 58 per cent of the students made 70 or better. In the second series 58 per cent of the students made 70 or better. The tests in all three series are equivalent in difficulty. National Teacher Exams To Be Held Feb. 14, 1953 Princeton, N. J., Oct. 15. The National Teacher Examinations, prepared and administered annually by Educational Testing Service, will be given at 200 testing centers throughout the United States on Saturday, February 14, 1953. At the one-da- y testing session a candidate may take the Common Examinations, which include tests in Professional Information, General Culture, English Expression, and Reasoning; and one or two of eight be taught. The college which a candidate is attending, or the school system in which he is seeking employment, will advise him whether he should take the National Teacher Examinations and which of the Optional Examinations Non-verb- al thing. Those who presided at the tea table were Dr. M. M. Schwender, Mrs. Elaine Michelson, Mrs. Fred Engle, Miss Rosa B. Marimon, Mrs. Ray Baldwin, Mrs. Wilma Adams, Mrs. Lloyd Wilcox, and Mrs. Walter Simpson. Chairmen of the various were Edna Mae Arbogast, food; Joyce Schnucker, serving; Amy Sinefis, kitchen; Marjorie Franz, floaters, and RGean Thomson, clean-uThe following students from the music department presented the program consisting of piano and vocal solos, vocal duets and a quartet: Elaine Taylor, Nancy Johnson, Barbara Ayers, Lois Blackham, Roberta Roberts, Louise Gray, Ted Poole, Carl Grubaugh, Gwen Lewis, Carl Peterson, and Lee (Duke) Jencom-mite- es p. nings. to select. W. A. A. SPONSORS Application forms and a Bulletin of Information describing registration procedure and containing sample test questions may be obtained from college officials, school superintendents, or directly from the National Teacher Examinations, Educational. Testing ervice, P. O. Box 592, Prihceton, New Jersey. Completed applications, accompanied by proper examination fees, will be accepted by the ETS office during November, December, and in' January so long as they are received before January 16, 1953. HAYRIDE By the light of the silvery moon the W. A. A. sponsored a hayride on October 24. Delicious late refreshments of chile and hot chocolate were served, after which a dance was held in the lower lounge of Ferry Hall, where the atmosphere was both rustic and hilarious. fun-pack- ed The committee members were Karen Sutherland, Colleen Williams, Sara Lee Erickson, Miss Rhodes and Miss Johnson. The afternoon was highlighted by an open house at both dormitories. Marjorie Franz was the chairman at Ferry, and assisting her were Nancy Johnson on decorations and Amy Sinefis as refreshments chairman. Marje reports that there were about a hundred guests present at Ferry Hall for the reception and open house. Over at Foster Hall, Larry Olsen was in charge, with Bernard Vandry and Charles Knight assisting as decorations chairmen. The evening was taken up by the Homecoming Dance, of course. Couples were welcomed by a banner saying, Welcome Home Hi Alums and Congratulations, A Team. feeling of Welcome was carried over into the decorations which featured huge pompoms and bunches of balloons in the school colors. Bill Floors orchestra provided the music for the evenings dancing. The program during the intermission spotlighted Harry Klekas, who sang a couple of numbers, and President Palmer, who had a few words of congratulation for the team. Urban Gebo was in charge of the dance, and showed his usual skill in organizing entertainment. All in all, it was a full and highly successful day for the students, faculty and alums of Westminster.