|Paper||Utah State University Eastern Student Newspapers|
|Rights||No Copyright - United States (NoC-US)|
|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Utah State University Eastern Student Newspapers|
Carbon College February 18 1949 Volume 14 PRICE CLUB HOLDS POLIO BENEFIT SHOW Wednesday February 9 the Price Lions Club sponsored a visit by the Provo Lions Club Minstrel Show for the Carbon County Polio Benefit Fund Highlight of the evening was the Melody Four quartet of four fine men’s voices They enlightened the evening with several humorous numbers including a poke at Price businessmen The chorus consisted of 50 members singing both popular and classic songs A group of eight jokesters provided fun throughout Outstanding at the program were the solos of several members of the chorus Four hundred dollars clearance is the estimate from Mr Jack Winn chairman of the show Polio Benefit Game Proves Successful Wednesday February 16 Carbon College did their part in the great job of raising funds for the National Polio Foundation by sponsoring doubleheader basketball and wrestling The program started out with a cage battle between Carbon junior college and Geneva Stcelers at 7 o'clock Carbon walked away with a 54-victory under their belts Immediately following came the hilarious basketball game featuring the East Carbon Bearded Beauties as they stole the game with points and laughs At the half of the game the Carbon colrs under the lege women direction of Beverly Nelson defeated the Carbon college 30 all-sta- Carbon Art Classes Schedule Assembly the art classes under April the supervision of Mr Carl Olsen art teacher will present an entertaining assembly Jack Reese has been put in charge with George Zamatakis Faye Russell Sherman Thomas Sylvia Proto-papp- as and Irene Sixkillcr named as his assistants Julian Paiz has been asked to be master of ceremonies und Henry Washington will do an act on art Bud Ungricht Janet Beck cl and Callie Harris have also been set on the list of committee members The program will be a short sketch of an artist’s routine during the day in order to prove that an artist's life is not all “peaches and cream" but that they too have their problems TO BE MARCH 18 The Juniors' big night this year will be March 18 the event of course being the Junior Prom Jimmy Dart and his orchestra will furnish the music and dancing will start at 9:00 o'clock in the college gym The theme as The next events on the agenda were the wrestling matches Tony Dupin tangled with the mysterious Madam X Much to Tony's chagrin he found that the feminine sex is not so feminine The highlights of the wrestling was the match between Bill “Chief Vagabond King Slater Carbon College will present "The Vagabond King" by Friml on March 11 at 8:00 p m It is a musical production directed by Aaron Roylance Apollo Hansen and Alene Neilson Bert Dart is business manager and Valynn Christiansen publicity manager Members of the cast are Bert Dart Elaine Waterman Joan Barber Jim Bergera Kent Wilcox Grant Fausett David Fausett Jcannine Clark Shirley Gig-lio- tti Robert Burgener George Nikas Reid Clayton Nielson Powell Maurice Reese and Arlen Lines and Gus Ilalamandaris With the help of the Ref Chief Lines edged out a two out of three Clavel fall win There will be a chorus of over Charlie Scmken Robert Cow- one hundred voices Tickets are now on sale by the ley and Angelo Mahlaras the parestiin of event the members of the chorus and at the ty charge mated that the amount taken in House of Music was equal to the amount taken in last year The attendance was Roylance Announces somewhere around 750 High School Play CARBON TO CELEBRATE FOUNDERS DAY 15 JUNIORS’ BIG NIGHT Number 18 Just twelve years ago Wednes- day February 16 the Utah State Congress gave us the privilege of attending “our” Carbon At the the beginning of the year 38-juniors and seniors picked up their skirts and gayly tripped past old faithful Carbon to the new Carbon that we now know to join their friends the little freshmen and future sophomores The premiere of Carbon College began May we accept these privileges appreciate them and endeavor to make Carbon Junior College the best 39 Senators Do It Again Mr Aaron Roylance of Caranbon’s speech department On Monday February 14 the nounced plans for the presentaSenate Sweetheart Ball was held tion of a high school play April The decorations of the traditional twenty second He stated that Valentine colors were some of the production would begin after the most elaborate of the year Joan opera “The Vagabond King" is was Barber college candidate almost ready for presentation elected sweetheart The music The play which will probably was by Jimmy Dart Dance programs were under the supervi- be given is “The Man on the sion of Enid Seaton Stairs" a mystery - comedy in The committee consisted of Jim three acts The cast of characters Bergcra Johnny will include four male and four Nick Kichtipcs Robert Burgcner female parts Tryouts will be held Nick Nikas Joe Xires Keith Bus-c- y Preston Earl Benedict during the week of March Gcorgedes Roy Clayton Ncilson Hampton McArthur Neil McKinnon Art Redd Scott Reese Non Merrill Dave WELLINGTON ASSEMBLY Putnam Robert Bryner They were assisted by Jane Powell On Friday afternoon February Cherie Hansen Elaine Waterman 11 usual is a secret Mr Washburn English and under the supervision of the The committee in charge of the Fred Civish and Tom- Journalism teacher at Carbon Junior Prom is as follows: Bon- my Thomas gave an outstanding speech to the nie Faddis Joyce Greenwood students and faculty of the Wellbe must “Mcrlene Griffith: Bcv Daskolas Beth Campbell Phyllis ington Junior High School He Marlene Nudson Jerry Dowd Rae able to sec in the dark" spoke on Abraham Lincoln and do Mrs Griffith: you “Why what an outstanding individual he Peacock Bonnie Roberts and think so?" was Kenny McKee The Junior AdBcv: “Because last night when Precccding his speech Jim Bervisers working with the commit- she was in Calmer with gera and Joanne McFall accomsitting tee ore Mr Carl Olsen and Mr the living room I heard her say panied by Jean Rowley sang Harold Bithell 'Why Cal you haven’t shaved!’” “Make Believe"