|Paper||Brigham Young High School Student Newspapers|
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|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Brigham Young High School Student Newspapers|
X ,B. Y. HIGH WELCOMES VALENTINES DAY lb f Vol. 8, No. 4 Provo, Utah Cat Feb. 14, Cozetfe Jacobson Chosen Queen of Hearts For 1951 Sweetheart Ball Tenderly Theme of Notre Maison Valentine Festival Chorus Tours i Throughout County The B. Y. chorus, under the direction High of Mr. Webb, is presenting concerts at L. D. S. wards throughout Utah county. On 28 the first concert r was January presented at the Vermont i First Ward in Orem. The latest I concert was performed at the University Ward in Provo on February 11. Each concert is a combination of small ensembles- and chorus m nurnbers. Among the many songs being sung are My Peace I Leave With You, Battle ; Hymn of the Republic, High x n a Mountain Top, and Sit i JDown Servant. Many people have commented on how nicely the chorus is pro-j gressing and also about how 1 much better they are this year f than last. L . - i I Student Directories Go On Sale j . I The second annual B. Y. U. High School student directory went on sale Friday, Jan. 26. This project was made possible t . 1 through the schools Quill and 4 Scroll honorary society, who include Ben Haws, Joetta Billings, Rosalie Hall, Wester Potter, Jean T i 1' J 4 I f Anderson, and Kathy Redd. The club, with Joetta Billings and Rosalie Hall as acting co- chairmen, did all of its own typ-- ; ing to cut the cost of the directory to 10 cents per copy. Some copies are still available for those who have not yet purchased their directory. Plans for next years student directory are being made at the present time by the club and Mr. Mercer, club sponsor. It will in- elude special sections containing school and club officers, w'hich will make the book much larger and finer. ' Representative Boy, Girl Chosen I I The annual elections for representative boy and girl took place during the week of February 4 to 8. Every year one girl and boy of the junior high and of the senior high are chosen to represent all the students in school. On the final returns Sue Avery "J and Brent Brockbank were chosen to represent the junior high, and Betty Lou Boyd as senior high girl representative and Kent Kerby as representative boy. Frank Canfield, studentbody president, crowns Notre Maison queen Friday in assembly. Left to right are Charlene Sessions, Frank Canfield, Cosette Jacobson, Queen, Helen Bauer, Nancy Jean Rowson, Mary Lee Winkler, Margaret Hayward and Jackie Brandley. Salt Lake Sight-Seein- g . . . Social Science Students Tour State Capitol, Deseret News A journey to Salt Lake City for visits to the Deseret News plant and State Capitol was the order of the day for over 90 students February 6. By 8:30 a.m., two buses were rolling north filled with Problems of Democracy students and Mrs. Morrills history and core scholars. First stop of the trip was at the Deseret News building. The travelers were divided into groups and piloted throughout the plant by News staff members. In the editorial room numerous ohs and ahs were uttered in expression of the miraculous jobs done by the teletype and telephoto machines. The excursion continued with the guides telling and showing the story of news from the time it happens until it rolls off the press in newsprint. On the way to the This is the Place monument, the passengers were interested in buildings recently completed and those under construction. Also they caught a sideward glance of the Ute stadium. Arriving at the Capitol about noon, the students, accompanied by Mrs. Morrill, Mr. Young and four student teachers, were busy eating lunch and touring the building. Especially impressive were the gold room and the county exhibits. The afternoon sessions of the House of Representatives provided a major point of interest. Representative CharU . Peterson of Provo introduced the B. Y. delegation to the House which responded with a round of applause. No important issue was discussed but legislative procedure was noted. Climaxing the trip, the group spent a half hour question-answe- r period with Governor J. Bracken Lee. The states head man emphasized the obligation of government to benefit everyone, not just a few. Tenderly was the theme chosen by the Notre Maison for their annual assembly and Sweetheart Ball held Friday and Saturday, Feb. 9 and 10. As customary, a queen and attendants were chosen from the club by the members. Cosette Jacobson was cho sen queen with Margaret Hayward and Charlene Sessions as her attendants. The announcement of the queen and attendants was made on the assembly Friday morning and they were crowned and presented with corsages Saturday night at the dance. The assembly portrayed all the months of the year with girls representing each. Near the end of the program the queen was announced. Jackie Webster served as narrator for the program. The dance, held in the Joseph Smith banquet room, was l and girls choice. Jack Hansons orchestra provided music and an interesting floor show was presented. The decorations were based around a Valentine theme with refreshments which went with them. Jackie Webster was in charge of both the assembly and the dance, with a special committee under her and with the assis'ance of Mrs. Poulson. Nena Flo Law was in charge of advertising for the affair. The club reports that both the assembly and dance were a success. semi-forma- P. D. Class to Air Radio Plays On Saturday, Feb.. 17, the Problems of Democracy class will present their first radio play over KOVO. As published in our last issue of this paper, they are plays concerning our government. Due to shortage of recording tapes the class was forced to stop production after only five of the thirteen plays were recorded. Now that the plays are the first being are freepresented to record the rest oftapes the programs. The main characters in the first play are George Mason, portrayed by Lee Black; George Washington, by Gene Morris; and the announcer by Russell Perry. Every student is requested to listen to these programs for they hold important information vital o every student. They can be heard over station KOVO every Saturday afternoon.