|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|
Wednesday December 14 1960 CARBON COLLEGE GOLDEN EAGLE giiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiimits Carbon Clubs and Organizations Christmas Program Variety Show Held Pandora’s Carbon Talent Used Pleases Students Ponderings fliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimmmiiiiiii lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllimilllllllllllllllllllllllir Flret Competition Assembly of the year was presented last Thursday by Pi Gam Sorority A Christmas theme was used for the presentation which put Carbon students Into the Christmas mood as narrator Laurel Frandsen Introduced Marianne Patterick who delighted her listeners with her rendition of "Winter Wonderland" She was accompanied by Maudeen Warren In a Maze of Christmas glory a sleek new Santa Claus (Jack hair HUl) with freshly-trimmand white heart was literally hauled to the stage by two sleek reindeer (Marko Yelenich and Mario ed Four festive Christmas Barbara Tomsic Becky Matson Claude Jacobsen Joyce Aime accompanied Santa and helped him to distribute coins and candy Merlene Oliveto and Grace Spatafore drew applause with a colorful presentation of the song "All I Want for Christmas is My Two Front Teeth” A clever dance routine geared to "Santa Has His Eye on You” was presented by the four sprites They were followed by Dian Forsyth who sang 'Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire” "Have a Pepsi” an original song was dedicated to A1 Trujillo Carol Rebol Helen Yelenich Charlene Marinonl Marko Yelenich and Mario DeCaro presented the number e A beautifully executed by Saundra Thomas and "White Christmas” by the entire group were enthusiastically received b the audience Gary Magnusson offered the opening prayer DeCaro) spirites toe-danc- ELPER STATE BANK Complete Banking Service Member of F D Ur-ban- lk ing Jean Topolovic dance Saundra Thomas solo Dian Forsyth and a dance by a group under the direction of Gunda Reid Student Union 2-56- 11 Is Open Evenings Hours Annouced New hours for persons using rise Student Union Building have been set up according to Tony Bryner manager Instead of being open four nights a week it will be open Monday and Wednesday nights than 7:30 to 9:30 On the other nights the lounge will be available to dubs and organizations by special arrange- ment When the fall schedule was released general feeling persisted among the sophomores that the classes offered were certainly designed for freshmen This quarter sophomore criticism prevails that It was not designed for either freshmen or sophomores! It is one of the perennial complaints of students who have decided on’ a major or who know where their Interests lie that In order to be graduated they must fin certain groups and take certain classes that have no interest for them This problem becomes worse when these "requireds” conflict with classes needed for a major or wanted by the students because of a great Interest In the subject It becomes intense when several required classes conflict All of these situations exist In the winter quarter schedule For example at 9 am next quarter personal hygiene rocks and minerals lab French biology social ethics and Chem 5 will all be taught Here are two physical science classes a biological science a social science a language' and a required health class all taught at the same hour Since some universities will not assept a student who does not have two years of language fhat choice do students have who desire to study French but who have not yet completed their other groups? How are they to determine which is most Important of the many required subjects What about the students who are majoring in certain fields? English majors would have a time this quarter Taught at 10 a m will be English literature English 2 Speech 1 World literature and vocabulary building While they can work In the required English classes another period what are they to do about the Lit classes? World lit will be taught only one quarter this year but the English Lit classes are progressive and some students have already had one quarter Perhaps they win have to change their mdjors and take Meal Planning and Serving which Is taught this period Even a glance at the schedule will reveal the fact that most classes are concentrated In the morning hours It can’t be denied that students would like to get off campus as soon as possible but not If it means that they can take only 13 hours and that we have to take a chance on next quarter’s schedule In order to be graduated All the plans drawn up which made It possible to have all groups filled by the end of winter quarter have been discarded and many students are wondering if they will be able to get that diploma in June Granted we are a small college and can offer only a limited curriculum then this Is precisely the reason that a greater effort should be made to avoid conflicts We are not offered the great variety of courses that can be given at a large university so there are some courses that alone can fill a certain group some that won’t be taught again for several years some that must be taken In sequence We suffer If these courses conflict Can't we revise the present system of setting up a schedule? Instead of having each teacher hand In his schedule of classes Individually would It not be possible to establish a committee of some type which would screen the class schedule and try to stop conflicts of an obvious nature — a committee which would take into consideration the requirements established by educators for students and make it possible for students to meet them If something isn’t done to coordinate the Instructor's efforts the sophomores can only warn the Troth Announced di-ric- ult Mr and Mrs William Melvin Taylor Castle Gate recently announced the engagement of their daughter Dixie Lea to Jim Rich-In- s a son of Mr and Mrs Reed Rich ins rice No date has been set for the wedding Dixie Lea Is a freshman at Carbon and was graduated from Carbon High School last spring Council Sponsors Christmas Dance A Christmas dance sponsored by the Associated Women Students was held last Friday In the Gym- nasium The decorations centered around a towering tree decorated In traditional Christmas style furnished the music for the occasion Dixie Lea Taylor served as dance chairman and members of the council were her committee members K-No- tes AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA : MASSEY’S Phone ME I By PANDORA N C I Phone GR A variety show was held Friday In the L D S Institute to raise funds for the North Carbon Stake Blain Morgan was master of ceremonies at the show which featured a reading by Laurel Frandsen a Spanish dance Nurlmar Yarza a sousaphone solo by Jack Marzo a solo Gary Magnusson a humorous reading Fiances a piano solo Bob Brewer a duet Grant Price and Betty McArthur a pantonine Sarah Myer songs trio consisting of Kenneth Pierce Byron Shaw and Larry Hatch a clarinet duet Beverly Keller and Venice Powell a harmonica solo Davy Darbonl song accompanied by ukelele Virginia Fullmer reading Geraldine Shields solo James Bowns read- 7-14- 10 16 West Main Street See Our Fine Selection of School Materials ?TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTv £ Paga Thrat Indians Present Tribal Songs and Dances For Studentbody Audience Members of the Ute Indian solo and a vocal trio Miss Maxine Natchez senior Tribe from the Uintah --Ouray Indian Reservation presented the student at Union High School regular assembly program last emceed the program Prayer was week at Carbon College The offered by Harvey Natchez the group which comprises members the first American soldier to enof the White River Uintah and ter Berline after World War IL Uncomparge bands came to Price at the Invitation of Loman F Hutchings principal of Carbon AA Assembly High School Mr Hutchings is a former principal of Union High Pleases Audience School at Duchesne Utah "Alcoholism” was the subject of Mrs Norma Denver Assistant a talk by Bert Olson state governdirector of community and educament divirion representative contional services for the Ute Incerned with alchoholic probthe dians and Frank Arrowchis suplem in Utah in regular assembly ervisor of recreation for the Ute last Thursday morning colorIndian tribe directed the Mr Olson explained the probful presentation Members of the lems of persons who become adIn their danced and troupe sang native costumes Almost all of dicted to the use of alcohol aid the costumes were made by mem- laid out the steps whereby alcobers of the tribe which numbers holics may become cured of this addiction He Included In Ms talk 443 persons Of particular Interest was the an explanation of how “Alcoholics rendition of the Bear Dance the Anonymous" operates and preannual spring mating dance of sented the twelve rules by which the tribe Harvey Natchez prom- A A members strive to live At the conclusion of this portion inent member of the tribe gave of the program Mr Olson Introdance the the background for his wife a recovered alcoduced number Other dance numbers pereented holic who gave the audience a were the Turkey Dance War brief picture of the causes leading to her addiction the affects on Dance and Round Dance life and finally how she beher In more modem vein group came cured through the help of members presented a clever Elvis "Alcoholics Anonymous” Mrs OlPresley pantomine a saxophone son concluded her talk with the prayer which is given at the dose of every A A meeting Vacation To Begin Bettie McArthur who was acon the piano by Frank Students companied Early Fostma presented a vocal solo Homeward Bound and students at Carbon College who will be homeward bound for the Christmas Vacation will leave Friday December 16 for a long Christmas vacation Fall quarter Instruction ends Wednesday December 14 Final examinations will be given Thursday and Friday December 15 and out-of-coun- Out-of-sta- te ty BR0ADBENTS Fine Foods Two LocatioMs 16 Students who have availed themselves of the opportunity to register early for the Winter Quarter will not have to remain for the Saturday Decemer 17 registration date nor return Monday January 2 1961 for the final 180 East Main Street PriceUtah 5 North Main Street registration Winter Quarter Instruction will begin Tuesday January 3 1961 imen: Don't take that class better fill your deal sdenceslf you already better physical sciences e up your mind about your And above all groups t plan on anything for next An-polo- Helper Utah gy Ui iAAA WESTERN r AUTO Mi Pizza ASSOCIATE Pie HOME MADE STORE — Small & Large 74 South Crete Drive 640 3 E Carbon - Inn Aveaue East Main Street Phone ME 7-99- Phone ME 7-26- 07 50 beeeeeeeeeeeooeeeeeeei VmWTVTTTTVTTTWTfV seeeeeeooeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeteeeeeeei CARBON EMERY 45 South Carbon BANK Price Utah ii i Member Federal Reserve System and Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation ! !