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|Paper||Westminster College Student Newspapers|
Junior Prom Finn 0 JU Vol. 10, No. 8 Sat. 8:30 LfL) Westminster College, Salt Lake City, Utah Letters to theEditor The PARSON welcomes letters from students, faculty members and college staff. Any letter to the editor not obscene or libelous, shall be printed. The letter should contain not more than 300 words; be will nothing ehanged except for the slightest grammatical errors. Letters must be signed but name will be withheld at March 20, 1964 Crystal Burgundy Scheduled For Crystal Room writers request. NEXT DEADLINE April 20, 1964 at 12 noon PARSON OFFICE 1ST FLOOR Student Conference. FOSTER. Leap Invited Shelly National Convention To Mr. Ron Shelly, and Jim Leap of Westminster Mr. Colto at- lege Have been chosen tend the First Annual National Conference to be held March 21-2- 4, 1964 at Occidental College in Los Angeles, California. Dr. Thomas Nagle of the Political Science Depart- ment will also attend as faculty adviser. The theme of the conference will be Presidential Power: Transfer and Transition. The purpose of the meet as stated by Mr. Shelly and Mr. Leap, is student appraisal of presidential power in our government. There will be two keynote speakers representing each of the two major political parties. These people were described as national figures. Of five areas of study, Mr. a Leap and Mr. Shelly selected and had approved the area of THE PRESIDENT AND AMERICAN POLITICS. There will also be several resource persons of national staure to work with the delegates, Mr. Leap said. Mr. Shelly said that they were two of some 140 college students chosen from. 70 colleges and universities across the country. Mr. .Leap and Mr. Shelly were selected on the basis of a competition of interest, grade point average, as well as other criteria. Candidates for Burgundy Princess are, front row, left, to light: Linda Stansfield, Mary Jane Kurtz, Cathy Willett, Margaret Buntine. Baek row, left to right: Virginia Haut, Lee Ann Butters, .Judy Farikoff, and Margie Castile. CHOIR The National Student Conference at Occidental College is by the Los as Times well as OcAngeles cidental College. TOUR AGENDA Wednesday, April Nevada St. Johns terian Church. Reno, 1 Presby- CarThursday, April 2 michael, California, Carmichael Community Presbyterian Church. Crystal Burgundy is the theme of this years Junior Prom to be held in the beautiful Crystal Room of the Hotel Newhouse from 8:20 to 12 tomorrow night. There are a number of innovations that will make this years prom unique. One of eight lovely girls will be crowned Burgundy Princess and will receive a bouquet of roses as well as a memorative charm. Candidates for princess are: Virginia Haut, Linda Stansfield, LeeAnn Butters, Judy Farikoff, Mary Jane Kurtz, Margie Castile, Cathy Willett, and Margaret Buntine. Another - Friday, April California, Mr. Makoto Fujita, the General Secretary of Japan WUS, will be visiting the campus March 23 and 24. Mr. Fujita has traveled extenon sively and is student needs today. He is looking forward to relating well-verse- d some of his findings about student needs around the world to Westminster students. Mr. Fujita has held this position since the beginning of WUS in 1918. WUS is a private, organiza- non-prof- it Attention Students Tune in on Your Campus Forum Friday Evening o 7:30 P.M. KCPX (1320) Radio Campus News, Opinions, & Innovations tion which works closely with international relief and ernment organizations. gov- An informal discussion with Mr. Fujita wiH be held Monday evening, March 23, in Marimon Lounge. He will speak to the group at S.G. A.C. Tuesday , morning and will be on campus until midafternoon for informal discussion. Parke Miller is ar- ranging Mr. Fujitas activities here, so further information may be obtained from him. Mr. Fujita has full understanding of the need for men to help one another. He has devoted himself to humanitarian work. He also has a thorough knowledge of university life in Japan, and he is well qualified to speak on educa- Japanese university tion. He is an inspiring and informed speaker. School, Napa, 3 Ygnacio Concord, High California Presbyterian Church. Saturday, April 4 Francisco, California Cameron House. First San Don-aldin- feature of this years prom is that it will a Sunday, April 6 Sausalito, California First Presbyterian Church. San Francisco, California St. Pauls Presbyterian Church. Monday, April 6 Oakland, California Castlemont High School and Hillside Presbyterian Church. San Leandro, California Pacific High School. It is sincerely hoped that if the choir is in your area, you will bring your family and friends to hear them. be a formal occasion' (but not strictly so). The girls are advised to wear a formal dress, but it need not necessarily be floor length. The fellows may wear any type of after-si- x wear which means any color evening jacket with a bow or continental tie. Dancing will be to the music of Mike Romneys five a very orchestra, piece dancable, modern sound. Instead of one floor show there will be two short intermissions in which Westminster talent will be presented. There will also be a photographer available to take pictures at a reasonable price for those who wish a memento of the rapidly-develope- d evening. All of these unique features should make the prom one to remember for all those who attend. If you havent purchased your ticket, they will be sold at the door for $3 a couple.