|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|
mk;: 'I Vlt! Cat Pas; i' 3 Class of '62 Leaves Will and Testament 1 VVve gone and studied mm li Kay Childs a a leading k. tllCl c's no end to how ui,ii sti i ed: and mjoii our giaduatmn Ray Ashby a a bar tendei on dav wil ha( Imalh arnved. So skid l ow jWO'v' L.01H to lot'' of Rouble to dim Clark bishop in BYlf jvvntc tni'' so v oilll know just Ward. what were going to leave vou all Paul Felt m Alcatraz: foi em-- j befoie we up and go. And now we shall smeeielv hope and may bckmcnt. I, John Peterson, vv ill my broad vou help them too, that by this v oull lemember us, the Class of manly shoulders to Bevel lv Bur-rubeat-111- ; . p. 62. I, 3Iary Babeoek, w ill my biolmy witty ogy book vv ith my dissected savings that never fail to Brent worms and frogs to Mary Ellen Neal. Stewart. I, Rosalie Gardner, will my I, Judy Yorgeson, will my blond knack for the twist to a certain hair to anyone who will piomise junior with snake hips, namely to keep it that way instead of Les Brown. dying it red. ever I, Lee Kimball, leave my I, Kent Bunker, will Sharlene to for the underclass boys who have loving dimples to Mr. Webb next of the purpose been trying so hard to get her atattracting tention. years prospective singers. I, Mary Ann Larson, will my I, Verdun Watts, will my job at to Linda Hansen. Penneys to anyone who is short gilt of gab We Pat Stewart and Dave Dixof a little ready cash. on will our favorite parking spot Dave Orchard as the Gene AutY. and Sally Joyce. (For to Brent ry of tomorrow. further information see us perMarie Tyler a hermit in the sonally!. Swiss Alps. I, John Paxman, will my posiSteve Clark the President of tion in basketball to Dick Thomas in hopes that he survives with the Bird Watchers Club. bruises and broken bones Gene Faux married to a lady fewer I did. than wrestler. I, Helen Gardner, will my presSusan Bankhead cleaning vvo-- i tige will all my teacheis to Paul man in the Waldorf Astoria. and believe me lie needs Evans Kris Knudsen a bakers wife it! .slaving over a hot stove. I, Phil Swensen, will a years a it ten excuses to penni- supply ot self-w- i Mary Ellen Peterson not less divorcee of 5 times. some quite as handy at I am. Steve Grow married happily to as I will I. John Webb, said Bridgit Bardot. me some a0, Peter Vail Orman a champion I, Helen Free, will my red hair hoavv weight wrestler lor 20 to Mis. Stoddard and one bottle stiaight joars. ot gieen nail polish winch Alisyn Webb a tvpically fat matches it pertectly. opeia singer. I, Jerry Gagon, vv ill one leaky Dave Payne as a trumpet pla-e- r pen and my pot swear woid to in Stan Kenton's band. anyone who is thinking of taking Bob Iluisli tin' best horse jockey shot thand. I. Jill Fasfinond, will my canary of all times. David Mitchell as a walking voice to some old ci ow who would imd it useful. candy factory. I, Irene Washburn, will my litHal Hullinger as a ditcli digger tle feet to Paul Denham. in some hick town. I, Jan Henderson, leave my well list'd lines for girls to Dave Clark. I, Brjant Christensen, will my Wae-enequiet manner to Paul Van I, Reid Acord, will Council Plans Promising Year the Executive Council of that our students are kept up to if you don't know George, he 'knows you. ID 2 io. being born of goodly par- - date with a very exciting jear. to lead the studentiiD piomise Les Biown will be here to see George Taylor will he one of B. Y. High to the best of the officials b standing behin Fran-- . that next years dances are the "ui ability icis. George has been very aethe best. He has a great love for Fiamris Rogers will head the in music and forensics at B. Y. l. Y. High and only hopes that service to it hu gioup of officials and see High, and one this is a fact, that, he can betheof ofgreat ice he will hold. through Carolyn Paxman will push the pencil for the group and quickly learn to write Franciss name. ' to Carolyn's part on the executive hi voui mark, get publicly engage enough go. council will he'lp to make one tluee with the mitavoiite the civ as Hawes held ,n spoit ll, went near destruction and Pauls, IN ans, Denham. and Van of the best years and well inboth muscles, stiffened from Wagcnen, namelv jump the tope. formed ye'ars at B. Y. High. The sludentbody business manwmtei inactivity. Those respon-sibguess anv tiling goes m a spent ilike this, even Steven Grows ager is Brenton Yorgason. Says t. Olev Brenton, "I will do my best in IDiD BaD. Nets. And avvav tueke'd out shn a real successAttention please. Rode Gard- making next B.year all but Ra "the Bat" o e Y. ful for High." year A bin. and .lerrv "Goigeou ner and Jerald Johnson have1 Paul Van Wagcnen is quite a to give' tiee table' mannei Gi e of B. Y. High and to nit'' i.alled lor more "slew" t ei lessons. Anv one' tor pie" Better supporter next make year the piomising luck next vear "Coop." live (hie. two, tluee, BANG . he plans to bring it will be, "1 guess Im a little out of year Ci in Id it have been the stiong ele'al a o(f vaiiety to the job wind that caused Kent Petri son shape'." Did Wailv Allied sav of gre'at historian. to putt across the finish line that to Dr. Cmkovie as thev vvere From c'ach of the cheerleaders, It's good to see can ice! otf the field on stietch-ens- " haekwaids? Gina Grow, Jandt Cowley, Sue caircl air", Gree'ii slacks, Ce oige Taylor back in circulation and Regina Pa'dd, Ann me Elliott, tell thats altci hounding his back out on dark glasses. Dont a cheer and enthusiasm comes E big A. J. the Uampoline. all over. With you. out to olf And popping thevre hambuigers. Sonne must certainlv have' be cheerwill each social, student, the they and closing even .Ic'd Christensen punch, spuing. on teams our state. the ing "Renuiniscence. boots long palled with his cowboy V( l . I Pie Contest Caps Capers ( . . i k 1 ! . . eon-'ente- -- . . d . . ( i n. I, Steve Thompson, will my ever faithful camera to Jerry Rowan. I, Joan Nicholes, will my green bus to V, J. Anderson. I, Judy Hansen, will the digs and slams a cheer leader suffers to the luck one next vear. I, Claudia Coleman, will my flirtatious manner to Claudia Porter. I, Jim Ivirkman, will my compo- Jerry Johnson, Jerry Peterson engage in sition "flow I Grew to Be a Man to Porky. will my I, Cheryl Doughty, to voice Cooper. Craig singing Boys State to be held at the Utah LeDuc, Craig Cooper, and John field-da- y fun. Utah State Calls Staters WHAT IS YOUR KEY TO SUCCESS? V Lead the way with a portrait from a professional. That "just right" quality goes into portraits. You are invited to visit the studio to see photographs now on display in black and white or living color. m OXFORD PULLOVER oxford The soft, open texture of cloth is further enhanced by short easy sleeves and pullover styling. Our distmetivs shirt is fashioned of an especially light, summer-weigh- t oxford. Cl 762 Cant ShirtmaWrj STUM Hoovers 135 W. Center FR Two girls and five boys have been chosen to represent B. Y. High at the annual Girls and Boys Staff to be held at the Utah State University this summer. Mary Ellen Stewart and Ann Simmons are the girls selected as delegates. The alternates are Claudia Porter and Marcia Ann Nielson. George Taylor, Jed Christensen, Dick Thomas, Paul Denham and Paul Van Wagenen will go as boy delegates. David Clark and Francis Rogers are the alternates. The purpose of the meet is to educate the delegates in the duties, privileges, rights and responsibilities of American citizenship. They form a mythical state with all the duly elected offices and carry out the functions followed in actual state government. The delegates are chosen on the basis of leadership, character and scholastic ability.