|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|
K, t t.OYAL Vol. 12, No. 1 TO B. Y. U. THE GOLD AND High School, Provo, Utah GRAY Oct. 29, 1954 - :, Ghosts Will Invade Spook Alley During Halloween Festivities Witches and goblins surrounded by cornstalks and pumpkins and sct thc tor BY.H,;rto,lrghTd 1,1 the ,rn f Sp;;ok all7 the 7 Education building followed by a dance in Halloween activities planned by the Student COIJlple,e 8:00 tonight, according to Gary Liddiard, social Girls To Sleep In Officers and Teachers Named To New B. Y. High Seminary Officers have been elected and teachers appointed for the new High Seminary. Elected as officers were: Janelle Brimhall, president; Swen Swenson, vice president; and Sharlene Sumsio.n! secretary. The teachers appointed are Mr. Leland Anderson, supervisor, and Mr. Dale Tingey. According to Mr. Anderson, the church expects this new seminary to built up to be the best in the whole seminary system. The purpose of the seminary will be to train prospective teachers, as well as give B. Y. High students a good religious training. BY The new officers were selected by a student election after surOfficers for the various Junviving a primary election. They have all pledged to make this ior and Senior High classes have initial year of the seminary a been selected for this school year. President of the senior class is good one. Their duties as officers include planning and directing Bob Bentley, with Tony Bentley as vice president. Anne Romney socials, taking charge of the Seminary Graduation, raising money holds the position of secretary, for seminary expenses, and planand the social chairman is Brent Brock bank. ning and presenting assemblies. Previous to this year, all reRussel Jackson heads the junligion classes were taught by ior class with vice president Stan teachers of other subjects, alKnight, secretary Rose Mary Andrus, and social chairman ready on the faculty, flt was believed by the college admin istra-tioKaye Johnson. advisable to create a separThe sophomore class president ate seminary curriculum. For is Bill Zabriskie; Mary Allen is that reason, Mr. Anderson was vice president. Lois Anderson, appointed- - by the administration secretary, and Suzanne Calder, to organize and head the seminsocial chairman, complete the officers for the senior high. ary program at B.Y. High School. Suzan Jacobs holds the presiHe believes that with the cooperation of the student body it dency for the junior .high. Her will be a very successful first staff is composed of Bobby Babvice president; Linda cock, year. B. Y. Mens Gym The Notre Maison slumber party will be held November 5 at 8 p.m. in tiy mens gymnasium. There will be games and a planned hot lunch; the doors will be locked at 9 p.m. All girls from Senior High are invited and urged to attend. The officers of the club are: Anna Rae McClain, president; Betty Clark, vice president; and Gail Jolley, secretary. The faculty sponsor is Mrs. Poulson. Anna Rae said, Its really going to be swell and we want everyone to come. Already this year, the club has presented their tea, which they held Wednesday the 6th of October, and on the 28th of October they had their formal pledging. A convention in American Fork was attended by Anna Rae and Betty. chairman A charge of 15 cents per person or 25 cents per couple will cover the cost of appropriate refreshments, decorations, and the spook alley. Strictly sports is the dress for the occasion; costumes will not be allowed. The no costume rule has been made because of the annual masquerade dance to be held in the spring. We want everybody to come and have a good time." states Gary Liddiard. Both Junior and Senior school students are invited, high and the only way in will be through the spook alley which begins at the start of the overpass in the Education building and leads to the dance in 250 A. Our spook alley will be the best and the Ijkrtgest this school has ever had, so if you want to really spook it up come to the Party, exclaims Gary. Leaders are Chosen For High Classes Sadie Hawkins Dance to be Planned, Presented by B.Y. High Concert Chorus n The Sadie Hawkins Day festivities will be under the direction of the Concert Chorus this year. The annual dance will be held in room 250-on the evening of November 12. Records will provide the music for the dance which will be decorated to fit in with the theme. The dress for the big occasion will be and of course refreshments sport will be served. Smoot, secretary; Sue Wakefield and Gordon Hansen, social chairmen ; with J udy Christiansen, Gary Rose and Steven Brimhall representatives for the seventh, eighth, and ninth grades, respectively. These representatives are presidents of their classes. This is the night when everything is done up in real Dogpatch style, complete with Marrying Sam who is coming especially to write up the marriage certificates and perform the ceremonies, and just see that everything and everyone is tied up good and legal. The dance committee has announced that they will put on an assembly that will be in keeping with the theme preceding the dance. When Sadie Hawkins on the loose there are suregets to be things happening and it would never do to get left out, so youd better take out after the man of your choice now and get him caught in plenty of time for the big event.