|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|
B.Y. t HIGH Fauvine CLUBS HAVE VARIED ACTIVITIES . . . On December 2, the Fauvine membership dance was held in 250 A. The theme of the dance was Marshmallow World, and the decorations were interwoven with the theme. Blue and white were the colors of the streamers which were strung along the north, south, and east walls, and around the poles. Marshmallow World was written on the curtain with marshmallows hanging on it. The favors were little snowmen made out of marshmallows and tooth- t, i t r k Yld Cat Dec. 15, 1950 i. -- i f L I s Lettermen Hazed Is this school going to the dogs? The boys are just getting beyond control. I looked around the halls and in one corner I saw a mad kiss between Charlene Sessions and Dix Davis. Charlene looked a little astonished, but not Dix. The minute Janis Bickmore walked into school the other morning David Crowton greeted her with a kiss. I heard his tell Kent Dun-for- d it wasnt too bad. I also heard that Nancy Jean Rawson got kissed by thirteen boys at once. Ii picks. some cute boy grabbed you and The decorating committee mem- kissed you either November 27 or bers were Gladie Nixon, LaRee 28, dont think you are popular at Allen, Mary Mitchell, Sharon last, it is only Lettermen initiaBarrett, Nena Flo Law, and Elaine tion, they had to do it. (Ha, ha.) Kimball. Music was furnished by the F. H. A. CLUB NEWS Orchettes, under the direction was of Mr. Mercer. The dance The Junior High chapter of the well attended by Fauvines and Future Homemakers of America their escorts who reported they club held their initiation Nov. 21. had a very good time. Jill Clarke of the ninth grade is the president of the club. There Thespian Initiation are now about 47 members in the On Nov. 7, 1950, 19 underwhich include girls from the club studies were initiated into the National Thesian Society, troop 454. 7th, 8th, and ninth grades. Initiations were held in 120 E, and started at 6 p.m. FASHION CHATTER I Kent Kerby, president of the B.Y. High troop; Krista Nelson, I By Cathy Collard vice president; and Laura Lou were in Hamblin, secretary, The cold,' snowy season is upon the evefor of proceedings charge also club us, and it is now time for all girls ning. Members of the to don winter coats, mittens, and assisted. New members were sworn in scarfs. Coats this year are so bright by the clubs sponsor, George Lewis. Understudies were LaRee and colorful winter cant possibly Allen, Joetta Billings, Sammie be a dreary season. Green, red, Tall, Jerry Weight, John Craw- gold, and cinnamon are some of ford, Gene Morris, Irene Hafen, the popular colors for this holiday Rosalie Hall, Weston Morrill, season and for this winter. Sterling Loveland, Dick Weaver, Some of the coats are fitted, Dallene Brown, Jacque Brandley, some flared, and some are flashed Arnolene Snow, Jean Cox, Helen with ia bit of velvet to give Cathy Collard, Lynn added trim. Favorite materials Swenson, and Jeanene Brown. for these coats consist of wool, camel hair, wool fleece, and chinJUNIOR HIGH CELEBRATES chilla. YULE SEASON Dallyne Brown has a stunning Bushels of Christmas spirit and kelly green coat to add to her barrels of fun provided the at- winter wardrobe. Kelly green is mosphere in and around 250 A an appropriate color for the Chist-ma- s last Friday evening. Junior high season. kids in their best bib and tuckers Bight red is Barbara Wolseys were dancing and carol singing choice for her winter wrap. color d at their holiday Her coat is the fited style with frolic. to a tie in the front. She belt The Night Before Christmas, would accent cot with green narrated by Kaye Elder with accessories toher give it that CarGary Heiner as Father, and Christmasy look. men Brandley as Santa, enterMrs. Gilbert, B. Y. High s fashiontained the group. J. Paul Smith -wise school teacher, has an and Paul Grosbeck were in charge of sound and scenery for the skit. adorable gold shortie coat. Gold Costumes were concocted by is one of the newest and latest Dixie Gehring, and Gloria Unger colors for coats and wraps and is directed the production. rapidly gaining popularity among girls. Everyone present brought a gift, teen-ag- e For a look at mo of these cute and they were later distributed by coats just watch for them when Santa. an- you go on those Chrstmas shopadded refreshments Tasty other highlight to the affair, ping tours notice all the styles which was planned by the Junior the girls will be wearing when the snow starts piling up. High social committee. Page CHRISTMAS CHEER TODAY THERE IS SINGING, nearby in O LITTLE TOWN OF BETHLEHEM, where shines the LITTLE STAR OF BETHLEHEM. THE RED RUDOLPH NOSED REINDEER is UP ON THE HOUSE TOP singing ALL I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS IS MY TWO FRONT TEETH. When all of a sudden HERE COMES SANTA CLAUS shouting, COME ALL YE FAITHFUL and DECK THE HALLS of heaven ON THE HOLY NIGHT and sing a LULLABY TO THE CHRIST CHILD. Inquiring Reporter Question of the month: What do you want for Christmas? Beth Black wants a man to be in her stocking when she gets up on Christmas. Roger Bown A doll (A great big beautiful one) Mr. Sorenson "Continued improvement in all aspects of student life at B. Y. High school. P S. Real peace on earth. Bruce Taylor Clair Me Kell s. wants two new Chev I want a spare Lynn Staheli time doubler (what ever that is.) Bel-Air- Ill bugAs the darkness covered the gy. new little Rebecca?) (For T WINTER WONDERLAND, Ken Lindquist wants a blond WAS THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS and JINGLE BELLS with braces. were breaking the SILENT Alan Canfield the same as Ken NIGHT. FROSTY, THE SNOW- Lindquist may the best man win. MAN was DREAMING OF A A new television Mr. Mercer WHITE CHRISTMAS and what set. a JOY TO THE WORLD it would Gary Brown wants a Chartreuse SANTA CLAUSE be WHEN COMES TO TOWN. Then IT Cadillac Convert. CAME UPON THE MIDNIGHT Cathy Collard "If Gary Brown CLEAR, THE HOLY STAR which gets what he wants, I want Gary. lit the sky so brightly that it Mr. Madsen Some end tables threw a silhouette of the THREE for wife. (Nothing for yourGREAT KINGS, watching their self my Farrell?) John Fechser need a sleeping sheep, against the horiBob Smith An electric robot zon. The sky opened and HARK THE HERALD ANGELS SING, to do my homework. WERE WISHING YOU A MERRonald Gibby wants some new RY CHRISTMAS. boxing gloves and a new punchNOEL NOEL NOEL NOEL ing bag. Ra-uer-, long-awaite- K 4 3 Shown in new winter coats are: Dallyne Brown, Barbara Woolsey, and Mrs. Gilbert.