|Paper||Brigham Young High School Student Newspapers|
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|Paper||Brigham Young High School Student Newspapers|
Notre MaiMn Sadie Hawkins Rides Tonight A Spook to Mr ( )nl I'liine it li The Notre Maison club has moved into full swing this year with formal initiations and elections already completed. On Friday, Oct. 15, initiations were held at school and each new member had eight requirements to till before she could become a member of the organization. The new members had to bring a lunch for her and her sponsor, and elections were held at noon in Miss Wilsons room. Margaret Clarke, president, and Joanne Holdaway, secretary, were in charge. The following girls were elected: Ellen Terry, vice president! Ara Jean Avery, reporter; Joyce Jex, historian; Ardeth Greene, song leader; Joye Allred, parliamentarian. Janet Oaks, Joyce Walker, Marilyn Prestwich, and Joana Hobbs were put in charge of committee? for activities during the year. Formal initiations were held on Oct. 23 in 250A. Everyone came in heels and hose and the new members were pledged into the club. After, everyone went up to ,3 60 A, where a luncheon was served, and a good time was enjoyed by all. The new members are: Joye Allred, Betty Wallace, Jo Anne Price, Joyce Walker, Shirleen SteHarrison, Marilyn vens, Nada Nila Brown, Ardeth Prestwich, Greene, Elayne Jensen, Marilyn Morrill, and Rae Moulton. CLUBLICITY 4 realh missed a great time werent at the Halloween Iartv. When arrived the lowei You ou .f 1 was one big noisy, moving mass of humanity. Seems that the Iep Club sold noise makers and Walloons and everyone was armed ith some means of making a uket. The Student Councils basketball pitch was certainly popular and Grant B. and Devore B. kept busy dodging darts in the Letterman booth. Miss Wilson made a veiy charming fortune teller and intrigued many customers for the (here Ami. One of the high spots was of course the Thespian spook alley with its theme "Gloomy Sunday. The object in the Notre corner was to latch on to an apple while blind folded. Much Fun! Mr. Sorenson seemed to be in his element when giving away the suckers and it was no ones fault but his own if he didnt get his fill of cider and doughnuts being doled out in the library. When all the food was consumed everyone, (that is, everyone to but Renae S.) went to 250-darve. The Junior High left at nine thirty, after the raffle of their prize, donated by the Elks Club. Evan Mangleson, a ninth grader, won the box of chocolates. The Senior High continued dancing and I noticed Marilyn N. and Jack Z. were having a good time while Ann Greta B. was giving Armond H. advice on dancing the "Balboa. About this time the senior high raffle was conducted and Betty Wallace, a senior, won the prize, another box of chocolates. At 11:00 p.m. Norman Arbon was still trying to bring Joyce Walker into the present world. But getting back upstairs, I overheard a teacher asking Janice A. if she would give all the boys dancing lessons and not center her attention on just one? By the way we missed a few people that night, namely Mary Young, Karl Snow and Ruelene Jacobsen. Seriously. I think Jo Price and the rest of the students and teachers who worked so hard to make this party a success were to be congratulated on the outcome and the student bodv as a whole are to be congratulated for coming out! hall t A Mai-so- all-da- f Daisy May" Walker demonstrates the proper way to claim her Lil Abner" for the Sadie Hawkins dance Friday night. Norman Arbon patiently submits ' Origin of Sadie Hawkins Day Students Chosen For Pepsi-Col- a Scholarship A Friday, Oct. 22, at 11 a.m., the senior class held a meeting in 150A to decide on the contestants for the Pepsi Cola scholarship contest. This contest is carried on at the On A same hour on the same day, all over the nation. Two winners are then chosen from each state to be in the national contest. The number of students selected from each school depends upon the number of students enrolled in that school. B. Y. High is eligible to enter four students in the contest. Ten students were nominated by members of the class, and then voting was carried on to select the four entrants and the alternate. The ten students first selected were Elwood Dennett, Joyce Nicholes, Nila Brown, Leonard Moore, De Vere Brough, Ara Jean Avery, Sid 4 4 Winters, Dean Heaton, Jack Zen-ge- r, From and Kent Broadhead. these, Elwood, Joyce, Sid, and Kent were chosen as entrants, and Jack was chosen as alternate. Since that class meeting was held, word has been received that because of lack of funds the Pepsi Cola scholarship contest has been omitted this year, but will be carried on as usual next year. 4 4 4 4 cMelpul JletLf,' 4. cMinti Dear Helpful Hetty: For many years my only enjoy ment in life has been licking my Uncles postage stamps for his letters. He recently bought a newfangled machine to do this. What shall I do? A Armond H. 4 Dear Mr. H.: pree-dick-te- d red-blood- Sadie Hawkins Day. Did ah tell ya all about Sadie Hawkins Day? Well, it started way back thar. Yo all know Hekzebiah Hawkins, one of the furst settlers of Dogpatch. He war my great great granpappy a strong harted, hot haided pappy, and he sho liked skunk steaks with boiled eyeball sauce. Which all our family done liked natcher-ally- . Well, he had a dotter, name of Sadie Hawkins, and she sure were purty. Big beautiful ears, and purty, purly white false teeth, and a big red nose, and what a shape curves that no other muscles could make. Ah sho hate to say this, but she was a punchin twenty an no chance to marry up had been her unfortunate lot. She done ask her pappy how come, and he tole her to have patience. Fifteen yars passed and she were in tears. Great great granpappy Hekzebiah decided he would have to make a plan or Sadie would be on his hands for the rest of his natcheral life. So one day this strong-harteh prominent citizen of made a proclamation that one day each year would be set aside fer all unhitched females to leap and grab any ole run down or sloppy bachelor, by any means, allowin bashin in haids an stompin stomachs, and even draggin in by their big buck teeth, but they had to be back to that starting line by sundown. So Sadie got her a rundown sloppy husbin, and ever since, that day has meant a monin and a gronin and a bashin of teeth for poor unattached, and happy, American bachelors of Dogpatch. d, hard-haide- 4 Helpful Hetty. y A Dear Mr. J.: This is a dilly to solve. My only suggestion is that you take an early train, before 4:30, to China where the sun sets later. Sincerely, 4 Helpful Hetty. Dear Helpful Hetty: While I am studying my hardest, I hear music, advertisements and noise. What can I do? I fear I am losing my mind. Albert C. t, Quill ami Scroll to Be Organized Thursday, October 28, prospective members of the Quill and Scroll met in room 140 to discuss its organization. Instructions in methods of joining the society were given to the Cliere Amie The Chere Amie Future homeof America met, elected officers and new members. Arno-len- e Snow is president. Initiations were held on October 15. They have a successful start. A point system has been organized; this is to make sure eveiyone is to meeting on time. Points will be given for certain achievements. Meetings will be held every two weeks. students by Journalism Instructor, makers Winston Mercer. Initiation will take place when the dues are paid and when the pins arrive. To be eligible for membership a student must be either a junior or senior in high school, have had at least 60 inches of material published and must maintain a high scholastic average. d, Jim K. Fashion Patter Personality Of The Month The Senior class welcomed a new addition this year in the form of Ruth Seaton (and what a form! Ruth, a pert little brown-eyeblonde hails from Twin Falls, Ida. At present she lives in a new colp house. (Hasnt been lege named, yet the house, that is.) Ruth went to Twin Falls High last year where she acquired a taste for dancing, tennis, swim ming, and horseback riding. Say, boys! If you want to be really in with Ruth, take her out some night and ply her with cottage cheese. She informs me thats her favorite food. Best you get acquainted! d co-o- Dear Mr. K.: It is plain that you do have a I am a boy of 65, I have a great problem, my mother will not let serious problem, as it may affect me leave the house after 4:30 p.m. your whole life. Try keeping in My question is, Will I ever see the an upright position, and be careful never to bend over. This w'ill ensun set again ? able the team to see what you are. Hopefully, Dear H. H. C. Lavoir J. Dear Helpful Hetty: Fau-vm- e b Dog-patc- not losing your off the radio. mind. Try turning room, and loosen the main bolt Helpful Hetty. which causes the moisture to flow, which caused the stamps to become Dear Helpful Hetty: licked, which is causing all of your I am tired of being kicked This to end will an misery. put around. When I play football, the your problem. Be careful in your other players mistake me for the attempt or you may arouse his sus- ball. What can I do to prove that picion. I am not? A I is so I agree with you that your problem is most urgent. My solution is that some dark night, when your Dear Mr. C.: No, you are Uncle is asleep, you creep into the A 4 happy, Ole man Mose that I sho nuff will leap fur nuff to get me American boy this a Ah has done n The annual pledging of the "Pep-cluwas held at the home of Marv Young on Monday, October 11, 1948. In a candle-ligh- t ceremony the pledging was led by Joann Spencer, president. Janice Anderson, stood by and congratulated while presenting a rose to each new member. Mrs. Gilbert, faculty advisor, Ara Jean Avery, secretary, and Donna Black, treasurer, were presented with rose corsages. After the ceremony a short business meeting was held while present members served refreshments. Helpful Hetty: For years my greatest ambition in life has been to find out if the Dear Helpful Hetty: never and one only Lately my light in the refrigerator goes out comes to see me any more. I can- when the door is shut. How can not imagine what has happened. I find out? Russel F. How can I possibly recapture him? A. Eleanor M. Dear Mr. F.: Dear Miss M.: I Yours is a fairly simple probsuggest that you carefully lem. Find out his schedule, and be clean out the refrigerator, take a week-enprepared. Take a small rope with blanket, and spend the you, crawl out on the transom, inside. Have your mother open the and wait. When he comes under, door every day or two so that you can tell if it works every time. lasso him. Helpful Hetty. Helpful Hetty. d I dont think we need to elabGreetings all you well dressed on the important role sweatorate review usual is Here your people! of the latest in clothing at B. Y. ers play in the life of the normal high school girl. Jantzen puts out High and otherwise. Our fashion picture this issue a really sharp line of sweaters. very smoothly and they features two juniors that really They befit beat for quality. Webfoot, cant to date. wardrobes their up keep a of the Jantzen corporation, a part Mechammis Eleanor wearing the sweaters with a small debeautiful blue Cashmere sweater sells fect that Jantzen cant sell under plus a straight skirt and Joyce their good name. These sweaters in her Gloria Mower, Zippies. are as good as Jantzen and nearly and skirt beige corduroy jacket cheaper. slightly This to room. the school adds much This fall the sweater industry outfit is a definite asset to Glorias wardrobe as the jacket doubles as came up with several new brand a shorty coat and the skirt looks names. Dunkirk, Helen Harper and Lana-Knijust as smart worn separately. These are all practically the Glorias shoes are the old standbys, same knit and style. They have saddle oxfords. a small percentage of rabbit hair in the spot- which Corduroy has been along with the fine knit light this fall in the form of skirts, gives them a very soft texture. coats. and long, long, suits, jackets, In fact, while scanning the fashion areCashmere and Angora sweaters something special. Cashmere magazines I noticed several is an extremely fine imported wool. from this versatile fabric. The Chinese and Scottish cashReally elegant but a little on the meres are the very best. Angora on the impractical side. While still has quite a large per cent of rabnoof you might corduroy subject hair which makes it really soft. tice Ruelene Jacobsens gray coat. bit The only disadvantage is the fact One of the cutest Ive seen this these sweaters really shed fall. I think the red lining adds that on everyone else. just the right touch. Since the cold winds have begun Scarfs! Scarfs! Scarfs! Several to blow everyone is wearing their of those little items in really bright winter coats. There seems to be colors and patterns contribute so a variety of colors but the newest much to the school gals outfits. are dark green or maroon. Any Louie Miller knots one around length is good this year. From d her neck to set off her three inches above the skirt to sweaters, while Marion Norton ties three quarter, length coats are seen one cowboy style to accent a within and without the walls of white blouse. Scarfs complement B. Y. High. suits, coats and can be used in a Well, that just about covers the great variety of ways with dressy fashion situation for this issue. Tish-U-Kni- t, Lan-amer- e, t. for-ma- ls short-sleeve- clothes. Bye.