|Paper||Brigham Young High School Student Newspapers|
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|Paper||Brigham Young High School Student Newspapers|
NEW BOOKS Meef Mr. PICTURE OF AN i IN LIBRARY . i , ; v,, , , . i f , i. i, i. r The first Thanksgiving Day in was held by the Pilgrims in Plymouth, Massachusettes in the autumn of 1621. Their first winter in the new country had been very hard for them and only half of the Pilgrims survived its bitterness and terrible and others, Mathiew, Mop Courageous, Holbrook, Wind, Mitchell, Wi'h Th other tales, and r.o'd lug I'lint Dogs Great Dog Stor- Oar Day, Clarke, Wuthering Bronte Shift to the Right, Bloi king Bar k, Chute, Under-- , r,,m I f EARLY THANKSGIVING tion: ( ii Woll Girl M ii Donald t durational: Giudanie in Ftmily Life n Strain. "This Is Your AnLint, Discovering of the na,! & ,, ',,rs in Education, Beaumont Mnunilur The Earth and Its lonih Trewartha, & ShearHi er adings in the Physical Scien-,- s Shiil. Getting Ready to Be kahir Corbin, Step by Step in Education. Swift, Drawing for S, A'l Milntvre. Getting Ready to Be , Moh, r Corbin, An Outline of B st Methods of Study, Smith. Ed-,1- 1, Res-,,,r,- is - Meef Miss 4 MEET MR. Clinton Makekau is from Honolulu, Hawaii, and Came to the states on a music scholarship he received as the result of winning the Island wide music contest at a music festival in Hawaii He likes to dance and sing, go to parties and just have lots of fun. He says that he likes it here very much because the students MEET MISS Beverly Utah California first part Then she Mackay was born in Pro- sports, especially swimming, boxing and basketball. has His first year at the "Y been quite successful for Clint. He was elected as vice president of the Junior class and president of the Chorus. He has favored us with a few numbers on the assemblies and is always willing to sing. During a chemistry quiz Mr. Brailsford asked Greta Ballif to identify a formula he had just placed on the board "Er-aI have it on the tip of she stammered. my tongue, "In that case you had better spit it out quick, answered Mr. Brails-for"Its nitric acid h, but moved to Brawley where she attended the of her high school years. came back to Provo and attended BY high until she moved to Spanish Fork on Nov. 17. Girls, I have a man outside Beverly is 5 ft 5 inches and has that I would like to have you meet, blue eyes and red hair, a very said Mrs. Gilbert. different and fascinating combinAthletic type: What can he do?" ation. She loves sports, especially What does he Literary type: swimming and has a liking for hot, read ? spicy, Mexican food. Chorus type: How much money Beverly is very good at dancing does he make? B Y.II. type: Where is he? and she likes all kinds of music very much. Her favorite class is chorus. Exercise kills germs, but we havent found out how to get them to to on to Beverley plans go college and she wants to major in music. exercise. vo, d fTTilirr'L I" rf 113: IllllllllliiS, ' 4 d, r. of BY high are so friendly. Clint is 5' 9" and has brown eyes. He loves food in general with a big roast pork and all the trimmings as his favorite. He likes LL ' Fauvines Mrs. Gilbert states that the Fauvine Pep Club is going to have an outstanding year, full of events. They are starting out with an assembly and a members dance to be held on Nov. 23. The theme is to be "Turkey in the Straw." The colors for the uniforms have been changed to gray and gold this year to correspond with the new The material has school colors. been ordered and the uniforms have been started. The new members were pledged in at a formal candlelight ceremony at the home of Mrs. Gilbert at the first of the year. The new members are: Arnolene Snow, Cathryn Mary Alice Sauls, Carol Ann Reynolds, Barbara Kay Wolsey, Jo Anne Rawlings, Marilyn Prestwich, Rene Morgan, Joetta Billings, Louise Blackham, Cosette Jacobson, Beverly Hanson, Ellen Keeler, Margaret Hayward, and Betty Lou Boyd. Art Club Mr. Gunn is anxious to start a club for the students of B.Y. high who are interested in painting and sketching. They will have regular meetings and study different types of art. There will also be outdoor work and it will be a good opportunity for those who are interested. Anyone who is concerned and interested in getting this club organized, see Mr. Gunn. Thespians The Thespians troup of the National Society and Kent Dunford, Sophomore, are under the direction of Mr. Lewis. They are planning to be more ac- is the one we have chosen as tive this year and they are going to the best dressed boy for this hold a Thespian Night. The officers month. are: Ellen Terry, president; Jo Anna Hobbs, vice president; Joan Holda way, secretary-treasureFASHION CHATTER Club The Photogra Photography by Anna Lou Miller phy club was just newly organized this year under the direction of Mr. Girls arent the only ones who Brailsford. There are 20 members are clothes conscious! Many a boy with Donald Carrier as president. worries about what he will wear The club meets on Tues. mornings to school the next day. at eight o'clock and the members Some day, just notice the boys take and develop their own pictures around you. There are really a few and take some shots for the year- sharp dressers in this school of ours. book. Boys, you really dont need to Notre Maison The Future Home have a million dollars to dress well. makers of America started the year The secret, as far as we girls are off with the initiation of the new concerned, is clean, well pressed members and a formal candlelight clothes in colors that are compliceremony at the home of Janet mentary to your hair and complexOaks. The Notre Maison have sponion. Take Eddie Maloney for insored a mat dance and the annua stance. You would never see him girls slumber party. Their sponsor in a red or orange sweater or shirt is Mrs. Young. The officers of the with his red hair at least we hope club are: Janet Oaks, president not! Marilyn Prestwich, vice president Shined shoes, not the kind that Marilyn Morrill, secretary-treasure- r are just rubbed with a little shoe French Club On Sept. 28, the polish, but the kind that really French club had their first party sparkle, are a must on every boy. which turned out to be a big suc- Clinton Makekau really has a techcess. Everyone was supposed to nique for this. How do you do it talk French which made the even- Clint ? ing unusually quiet, especially for Argyle socks are the big thing the first year students. There was lately. The boys that can afford dancing and French games were these are really lucky. Mauris Jack-ma- n played with French food for re and Frank Canfield have a freshments. Officers for the club nice assortment of these. Lucky were elected and they are: Albert boys! Some of you other boys will Christensen, president; Eddie Ma have to get your girls hepped up on loney, vice president; Greta Ballif, knitting Christmas isnt very far secretary-treasureaway! Gabardine shirts really hit the Letterman New members were in itiated into the Letterman club spot with girls. They are neat lookNov. 9 to Nov. 12, as most of them ing and very practical that is, unknow only too well. The boys were less a girl you go with has on a paddled, had to shine shoes, had to sweater that sheds. eat raw eggs and liver, and had to Every boy would own a pair of kiss some girls as part of the initiat pegged cords if he were planing tions. The new members are: Jim on being a well dressed boy. These Webster, Stan Collins, Larry Innes, are really sharp and the girls really Albert Christensen, Mauris Jackman go for them, in fact so much that Fred Dixon, Richard Spencer, Don our cheer leaders are wearing them. aid Wentz, Jim Judd, and Allen Cardigan jackets seem to be very Morgan. popular with you boys this year. The officers are: Cliff Corliss, Scott Thomas has a beautiful blue president; Frank Eccles, vice presi one that most any boy would like to own. Speaking of jackets, have dent; Val Stringfellow, secretary treasurer. you seen the Smoker (dont get me wrong) jackets that Ab Christensen wears? It is really fine. BIRTHDAY CALENDAR Well, fashion Y zers, my column tends again. Hope you keep your NOVEMBER Fashions Dashin. 23 Dan Wakefield 25 Victor Oldroyd JUNIOR CUSS 26 Adrianne Taylor 27 Jill Clarke HOLDS FIRST PARTY 27 Jack Clarke 27 Karen Webb The Junior class held their first 28 Tom Karren class party of the year, Friday, No29 Sandra Beecroft vember 5, at 9:00 in 250A, according 29 Richard Tippets to Ted Neilsen, class president. 30 Richard Anderson Twenty-tw- o juniors were present DECEMBER out of sixty enrolled in the junior 2 Joan Bullock Col-lar- .a '1 Clublicity NoBright but sleepy faces were the scene for the sleeping party at the Men's gym on 7 next the a.m. went home at and 9 vember 18. The girls came happily to the party at p.m. morning dead tired after getting to bed at 5:30. r. 5 7 7 7 8 9 9 Jerry Weight Ted Nielson Leland Black Wilford Baird Albert Moulton Carol Boyden Connie Boyden 10 Janelle Brimhall 11 Jerry Reese 11 Sherlene Sparks class. Although a roller skating party had been planned for the evening it was called off at the last minute because of ihe lack of funds. Sandwiches, sweet cider, and spudnuts were the refreshments served. A few games were played and there was dancing until 11:00 when the party was ended.