|Utah State University Eastern Student Newspapers
|No Copyright - United States (NoC-US)
|Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah
|Utah State University Eastern Student Newspapers
OOLDBN EAGLE Page Six May 17 1M8 Claris Nelson is Peterson leaving oldest graduate her age ? ? CEU is losing one of its most capable and d professors CEU’s loss is Univerity of Utah’s gain Dr Charles Peterson has accepted an appointment as Assistant Professor of History at the U of U Dr Peterson's appointment will become effective on July 1 In addition to his teaching duties Dr Peterson will spend part of his time in conjunction with his of duties as secretary-treasurthe Organization of American Historians (The OAH is a professional organization for history professors It can be likened to the AMA and the National Bar Association for doctors and lawyers respectively) The OAH business office is conveniently located on the U of U campus but Dr Peterson expects to spend a good deal of his time traveling ard attending meetings Dr Peterson hopes to have time for some historical research ard writing in connection ’ith the ew appointment Dr Peterson was not seeking a new position But when Dr Miller chairman of the history department called and offered him the well-like- Several weeks ago this paper ran a story on Joans Pappas This youngest graduate week’s story features Claris Nelson oue of our oldest graduates CEU is justly proud of its older students realizing the sacrifices they as well as their families have had to make in order to get Mom or Pop through school No one but these older students can tell you how hard it is to come back to school after many years of absence to compete with students who have just finished twelve years of learning which makes them “pros” and who are “iust plain smarter our Eagles dump U From the desk of Papooses Adding a game to the win column CEU dumped the U of L Frosh 12 to 9 on some fine relief pitching by Fred Bosonc Trailing 9 to 6 at the end of four and innings the Eagles on Utc hurler Nnrd-quithe jumped for five runs in the fifth Delivering the big blows were Ralph Sanich Bob Algrin and Fred Bosonc who slugged triples in the rally CEU’s batmen out-h-if the Papooses 12 safeties to one-ha- lf st 11 Called in to relieve Ralph Sanich in the third inning Fred Bosonc limited the Papooses to a single tally in his 4 plus innings While Fred was checking the U of U grecnies CEU’s stickers turned the game around With a 9 record at this point the Eagles will be out to pad the win column as they tackle a five game road junket in closing out the season CEU plays a single with the Rangely Soar-tan- s today then tests the SparSaturtans again in a twin-biday Moving south the Eagles will trv to lassoo the potent Mesa Mavericks in the season's finale Tuesday 5-- the Dean The work of the Radco Club is another very good example of cooperation and planning The club has organized activities that everyone has enjoyed a I hope will enjoy for the next two nights If they can now £c--t the cooperation of the student-bod- y the Rodeo Grounds will become alive with action participation and merriment Friday and Saturday nights Let’s support the Rodeo Club and enjoy the activities Be sure to invite your neighbors and friends Sec you at the Rodeo! Dean Selman only looks like all young fashion model but feels just great when she dresses to project that well dressed look that is so typical of our coeds here at CEU ll we were" Claris Nelson is representative of these students and will be one of the oldest if not the oldest graduate from CEU this summer Claris was born n Ephraim Utah on December 9 1926 the oldest of four children bom to the late Mr and Mrs LaVcll Johnson The Johnsons then to moved to Hiawatha Ferron where Mr Johnson taught music in the schools 24 1945 she married Dennis Nelson of Ferron and thev have six children one boy and five girls three of whom will be attending colleges in the state this coming school year One daughter will be at Snow College two daughters will h at Utah State and Claris will continue her studies at the of Utah She has also attended BYU and the University eut Uni-versi- tv of Wvomin Claris and her family are thev living in Ferron will he moving to Park Cilv after her graduation where Denrs has accepted the norifinn of Superintendent of rnr-rent- lv bt Coed's Schools This past vear Claris has been driving a school bus for the Ann She Self Opportunity Center on children eleven her picks up wav to school in the morning wear weekly By AWS AND 1IEC and returns them on her wav home driving an average of 100 miles a day "I figure I have driven 11000 miles just since the Christmas holidays” Claris said “Mv hours spent on the mad in that time would add up to two It’s Spring! Time for newer neater smarter ideas to come into focus Like this pretty young style modeled by Alone ITads-worAlone chose grey and white stripe knit with ball button trim Loop buttonholes button over to the side of this slightly A line long sleeved shift that is a favorite for our Sophomore miss because it is so easy to get into and never wrinkles For that dash of what’s new in Spring accessories you will sec Alene sporting a petite bag of black patent beads and wearing sporty square toe sandals of black patent too Miss Wadsworth our honey blonde fashion model of the week alwnvs has a smile and friendly hello for everyone She is planning to attend Utah State University where she will major in Elementary Education and minor in Child Development She would like to teach third grade or kindergarten th weeks” Claris is planning on a career in Elementary Education because she feels she understands the needs of children after her years of experience as a mother "I have certainly enjoyed the teachers the students and the learning experiences during my two years at CEU” Claris stated "and I really appreciate friendships I have made I wish to thank any and all who have made my stav here so interesting and worthwhile” Claris may be older than the average student who will walk up to receive a diploma this June but then there won’t he too many graduates who will have a proud husband and six children sitting in the audience either over-the-shoul- Alene is always well groomed and fashionably dressed She not CEU Rodeo Newspaper Staff Mayl7&18 Everybody Welcome th The Rocky Mountain Press Association held the 1958 convention at the University of Utah on May Alene Wfcdsworth FOR REFRESHMENTS SURE TO PLEASE GOTO Cook's Velvet Freeze 2-- 4 1958 Representatives of the newspaper staff in attendance were: Advisor Justin Fairbanks: Editors Scott Halverson and Vivian Romero Photographc r s Robert Thurman and Tom Jones Advertising Manager Pam Boyack Reporters Fae Thomas Larry Hutchens Rae Lynn Kinder Thelma Nielson Barry Platow and Wilma Ann Johansen Don Underwood the keynote er Speech squad (Continued from page one) of 13 certificates of excellence Joane received four and Kathy Toni and Kate were awarded two each CEU also placed Kathy in persuasion semi-finaand Joane in the semi-finaof and and Joane extemp interp Kate missed national placing as top debators in the country by one round Mr Warren commented that after judging the final rounds of men’s debate he wonld have placed any of our girls in comnetitio- aenins the men with full confidence So CFU is verv nrod of the excellent showing we did make at Nationals The group represented CEU Carimn Countv and the state of Utah to the bet of their nhilitv and that is superior ability as evidenced by the many awards they have won this year A little sightseeing and swimming in the Atlantic took up Sunday for the group who elected to stay over this extra day at their own expense Monday they said goodbye to TWA and Miami as Eastern United Airlines brought them back to Utah at 10:30 pm for U of U CEU position he accepted Dr Miller considered Dr Pr qualified for the position because of his administrative p t CEU as Dean of Instructon and his ability as a historian Dr Peterson began his teaching career at CEU and has beat here the past ten years He was initiated into the teaching profession with an amusing experience Dr Peterson’s very first history class included the then football team en masse They quickly discovered that it wasn’t going to be such an easy ride Next quarter so few students signed up for his class that " it could have been held in the old telephone booth” 4 "There will always ho regrets about leaving There are many unfinished task3 and programs I hate to turn my back on But I look forward to my new activities bocansp I will be directly involved with history which has only been part of my job here I wonder if I’ll ever have as good relationships wih students —the informality and intimacy— a set in which I function well I’m not sure I’ll find the same ease of social relations The most outstanding aspect of my experiences here is the pleasant and fruitful relationship with students and faculty but especially students” ls ls - ltpr Even though the squad spent most of their time in competition they were able to see some beautiful Florida scenery They all remarked that they had a fabulous trip one they're sure not to forget speaker Thursday evening talk- ed about “Struggles of the Campus Media” and “What You Need to Know" Friday the convention was broken down into six differet departments: NewYearbooks Business spapers Sports Photographers and Literary Magazines Each Department had three divisions discussing the different problems involved in their role on campus A special luncheon speaker was Phil Hansen Utah Attorney General The covention came to a climax Saturday with a plen- ary Dr Charles Peterson and Gen-j For :Ccnturics t (uric's the crowd has met at the 0 0 0 0 0 Century Cafe With over a dollar pur cliasc 10 discount for college students 0 0 Eat At The Milky Way Shoppe session Apart from representing our school we learned many things will help make our campus newspaper better that CEU 391 North 4 th Open from 8:30 10:30 East am to pm Rodeo May 17 ft 18 TveryL'!'!'' Welcom? 0 0 Hi-W- ay Market 010 East Main Open 8 am to 10 pm daily '