|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|
ODE TO A PROBIE STEVENSON MEMORIAL ELECTS OFFICERS NURSE Comes ten oclock and through the halls A voice rings sweet and true, To your own rooms, girls. Lights out. Studies are through. figures, Twenty-eig-ht pajama-cla- d. Race down the halls, fast slamming dors. Godnight, sleep tight, the last words heard. As books are opened to a light on on the floor. All is quiet, but secretly The Probies burn the midnight oil. Study hours are loads of fun. But studying would spoil it all. At dawn a bell resounds. Floor One is on its feet. Yawning, reading for the clock, My gosh, I need some sleep. Half awake, the twenty-eigFace Professor Day The nuclear fission of such and such But they juust sleep away. ht At last the classes all are done. The Probies, finally awake. The halls resound with laughter, The walls, and windows shake Did anyone pass Rodocks test? Have you written Chapmans theme? What do you think of our Miss ' Rhodes? Isnt that Jim Amen a dream? Trouping through the autumn leaves. To the buus, and home. Did you get a letter, kid? My boy friends on the roam. After dinner, study hours When the fun begins. Quiet sh come on in here. And Mrs. K just grins. At ten oclock, that voice again. The fun must cease at once, And study time begins once more. A Probie cant be a dunce. FOSTER HALL REPORTS Foster Hall resumed its doings, along with the rest of the campus, early in September. Also, along with the rest of the school, there have been a few changes, one of which is the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Telecky, who have assumed the duties of house father and house mother. The TV set which was installed last year as a gift of the Hogles, has been in much use again this year, especially after the men are ushered politely out of Ferry Hall promptly at eight oclock. Open House was a great success. What else could you expect with a couple of hundred women wandering around. Fosters contribution to the Homecoming parade was very eyecatching due largely to the efforts of Paul Maddox. Several of the dormitorys men have gone hunting. Allan Scow returned with his buck, and Charles Knight well, he got a deer, at That intelligent, and therefore fortunate, group of students on the campus known as Stevenson Memorial Society, has recently elected officers to fill vacancies left in their governing body by graduation or transfer. These new officers are: President Joan Patton; Myrna Bode; Secretary-TreasurMarjorie Franz; Recorder Horace Garis, and Reporter Lois Black-haVice-Preside- nt er m. Stevenson Memorial Society is students who maintain a 2.5 grade an honorary organization for the average, and was founded in the spring of 1934 in commemoration of a former Westminster Dean, Dr. P. L. Stevenson. Its purpose is that of stimulating scholarship, and providing aid for deserving students. Although any tudent is eligible to become a member, the fact that it requires consistent good work is witnessed by the fact that only a limited number of students have received a pin given for a membership in the since the years organization of the society. Joseph Rcdnaldi least! UMA APPOINTS MAGNA MAN TO N. Y. MEET Joseph A. Rainaldi, 25, Magna, father of two children, and a junior Westminster College, has been sePi Sigma Alpha Introduces at lected to attend the 57th Congress Guest Speaker of American Industry as a guest of the National Manufacturers Assn, The members of Sigma Pi Alpha started out on what promises to be in New York, Dec. 3, 4 and 5. Selection of the Utah student to a most entertaining and interesting make the paid trip was year, with a meeting in Ferry Hall made the Manufacturers Utah by Lounge on October 15. After the business meeting Wendell . Brown Assn., public relations committee, showed colored slides which he had 'Charles TT ST "Parsons, chairman, taken while on duty with the U. S. said Tuesday. Irven L. Henrie, 23, Manti, junArmy in Japan. He also gave a ior at the Utah State Agricultural tourists of Japan by tellwas chosen altering of some of his experiences while College, Logan, nate. there. The Utah honor student will join Our next meeting will be on Nostudents from the other 47 states at vember 19, and our guest speaker the meeting. Mr. Parsons said the will be Miss Nancy Winbum. Miss student will attend all sessions of the Winbum lived last summer with and banquet, and will participate in a Dutch family while in Europe congress, including the luncheons with an exchange group as an Exat least one session. This will be the fourth year periment in International Living. While in Europe she visited Holthat NAM has invited students to land, Paris and London. Everyone be its guests at the congress, said is invited to see her program of Mr. Parsons. Salt Lake Tribune. colored slides, and to hear the worth-whifacts she would like to A human being is a foolish person who has had unexpected expass along. month of his life, but Sigma Pi Alpha is also going to penses every who doesnt expect to have any dursponsor three movies this year (one ing the coming month. German, one French, and one Spanish). Watch for the announcements of time and place. all-expe- nse eye-vie- w le the day arrives For practice on the floor. In blue and white, at SMH They march to their patients door. Eventually, The day will come when theyll go forth All in white, to say Goodbye To SMH, to Westminster, And on to glory fly. S. Lornel Tweedy. Harwood s for GROCERIES ! and MAGAZINES 21st SOUTH AND 13th EAST Phone 8-37- 71 A little incompatibility is the spice of life, particularly if he has income, and is pattable. Nash. Let Henry Do It Ogden At the first house meeting of the year the officers were elected. They are: Larry Olsen, President; Dale and Paul Fries, r. Their Maddox, Secretary-Treasurenext big project will be the organization of Fosters yearly Cowboy-Lad- y Dance. Vice-Preside- nt, 48 TOP ARTISTS EXHIBIT AT WESTMINSTER outstanding contemporary American artists will be represented in an exhibition opening Nov. 2 at Ferry Hall, Westminster College, 1840 13th East. Forty-eig- ht Taken from the permanent collection of International Business Machines Corporation, the exhibition is one of several now on tour to educational institutions throughout the country free of charge. The showing contains just twice as many examples of paintings and 16 pieces of sculpture. Of prime interest among the canvases will be Grant Woods Return From Bo- hemia. Mrs. Elaine S. Michelsen, direc- tor of the art department at Westminster College, pointed out the advantages of such a program in bringing fine examples of contemporary art to schools. Salt Lake Tribune. BEING A STUDENT OF WESTMINSTER COLLEGE IS ALL THE REFERENCE YOU NEED TO OPEN AN ACCOUNT AT OUR STORE. We can offer you the finest Jewelry and Unusual Gifts of Distinction. O HENRY'S BARBER SHOP O For the Best Cut in Town B Pi. "Open BB, Jeweler, Inc. Sugar House a Credit 'BANK' Account"