|Paper||Brigham Young High School Student Newspapers|
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|Paper||Brigham Young High School Student Newspapers|
ry LOYAL Yol 11, No 1 TO THE B. Y. U. GOLD High School, AND Proo, Utah GRAY Oct. 23, 1953 Spooks Will Haunt Hallsof YHigh At Friday Night Festivities Ghosts and goblins will be on the loose in the corridors of B Y. High on October 30. Dam mg in 250A and a spook alley in the Education building me on the Halloween agenda, being planned by the Student Council .01 Hi ula mght at 9.00, according to J. Paul Smith, social chan man Decollations and an orchestra are being furnished for the dance and the cost is 15 cents per person and 25 cents per couple Sport is the dress for the o c asion and costumes will not lw Cicsss allowed Those wealing will not be pel nutted m the build 15 mg. The no costume une ha lx?en made because of a ma.scjuei One event looked fuiwaid to ade dance later in the yeai How will Ixvg.ven to each in the tali is the announcing of evei pcite the new i ltss offieeis Almost student and these aie tc lie left on until an uninaskuig a soon as registiation is over, time. students aie beginning to decide Real crazy refreshments, who they want to iepiesent them rnght out of the watch s blew, in the Student Council. will be served, states J. Paul The Halloween festivities aie Tuesday, Sept. 15, was chosen - the being sponsored in coopeiation day all classes assembled wath the Provo City Recreation to elect these officers. The rewhich is furnishing department, sults of the elections follows five cents per student. This is an effort to keep students off the The scniois chose lor their of streets, and therefore out of misficers: Dave Wilkinson, presi chief, and from vandalism. Mon dent, Ken Hickman, vice president, Caiol Allied, secretary, ey has been given us by the city Laibaia Allen and Dick Knight, in past years and they are also social chairmen. giving funds to othei junior and high schools in Piovo City Offieeis for the junior class senior for wholesome entertainment. are Richard Dixon, president; Theres going to Ik one of Swen Swenson, vice president; the biggest and greatest spook Kaien Leishman, secretary; and that the school has had alleys chairman. Dave Weight, social for many years and it will lie The sophomore class set the one of the most nervous- dances pace with Caiol Halliday as presm history, exclaims J Paul "so ident, Steve McDonald, vice presall of you lx? suit and come. ident; Kay Jonnson, secretary, Gwen Abegg and Stan Knight as social chairmen. Officers Elected Sept. co-turn- es -- 1 c the above are students rehearsing for- Cinderella, Hall. in week this College Childrens Theatre play presented Bar-low- , They are, left to right: 3Iav Jones, Dale Robison, Carolyn Kathleen Keeler. Shown - a-- Closes Spectacular Run; Provo City School Students Entertained Cinderella the first play of the childrens theater season this year, is now being presented in College Hall by the speech workshop Ci n$frellaf cl&ss ' The play, which has been presented six times previously dunng the week, was put on again today at the B. Y. High school. There will e two performances today. One for the Training School and one for Timpanogos School. During the past week the play was accommodate those students given at various times of the day to from came surrounding who Several of the Daniel Boone schools in the area. George L are m this play, and also ex cast Lewis, director of the play, some from The Magic Turplained that no public performtomorrow be quoise, and from Many Moons ance would given In addition we have several newThe reason given being that the comers this yeai who will add a too extra work would create cast. on the great deal to the production. much of a strain t three-accos the The cast for tume play are as follows: Cinderella, Barbara Luke; First Sister, Kathleen Keeler; Second Sister, Carolyn Barlow; Mother, The annual Sadie Hawkins Karen Grimmett; Prince, Max dance has just been announced Jones; Roland, Dale Robison, Richard by J. Paul Smith to be held on Galifron, Jennings; BarFelicia, Paul Hart; I riday, Nov. 13, m 250A. It is Curdkin, bara Boyce; Queen, Carmen Hoen-son- ; being sponsored by the Student Brandley; Page, Shirley Government. The hall is being Godmother, Joyce Gibby. decorated by the students to repsame Admission charge is the resent the theme. as in past seasons of the chilSince the girls ask the boys, drens theater. Approximately also have to pay the admis-s.ohall full each they for fifty dollars cents to the dance. The proper per student. averaged ten attire for the dance is strictly Some of the cast have been chilof the sport. Records are furnishing theseen in past years said. music for the dance. An apLewis Mr. drens theater, - AdUaUie Sadie Hawkins Will Try Again n llilllllii!llliiil!liUllUII!ll!i:ill!lllillllllli!iillllillll!i:illl!ill!lili.iliiUlil!llll piopriate refieshment will be seived. Durmg the dance Daisy Mae and Little Abner will be chosen and will be married and leigri over Dogpatch. Marryin Sam will be there to issue marriage licenses and perform the ceiemomes in Dogpatch. The Sadie Hawkins theme will be portrayed m the assembly on Friday morning It is being sponsored by' the Student Government under the direction of Glen-nLant and will be presented in Dogpatch style. a Football at Payson Cinderella Oct. 23 Oct. 25 Concert Chorus at Tabernacle Oct. 30 Football at P. G. Talent Assembly Hailoween dance and party Oct. 22 Nov. 6 Sophomore assembly Nov. 13 Sadie Hawkins dance Sadie Hawkins assembly.