The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 7, 1971 · Page 26
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The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah · Page 26

Ogden, Utah
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Thursday, October 7, 1971
Page 26
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Tiger Musicians Present Concert - While most of us Tigers are "•X'-recuperating from school during this extra long weekend, a group of Ogden High's musicians are in Salt Lake City -at the UEA u- convention participating in the *"UEA All-State Choir, Band, and f- 1 Orchestra. . . -~ Representing Ogden High m the vocal department, to par- ticipate with other schools in a ^""combined choir led by the '^-distinguished gospel composer ' 'Jester Hairston, are 20 m ""hers of the A Capella Choir. -"" Providing the low notes will be John Sato, Rick Hadley, '' Grant Weller, Brad Barlow, and "' Bruce Anderson, as basses. event, as have the members of , the band and orchestra who will represent Ogden High. They are Nancy Batchelder, Brock Hales, Sylvia Poulson, Justin Eccles, Larry Ellis, and Dixie Miller. Reid Davis is director of the choir and Charles Smith leads the band and orchestra. CH1CANO GUILD Mention should be made of the precedent-setting Chicano Guild which has been instituted at Ogden High. Its purpose is to get the Chicano members of the 'student ;ruce Anaen>ou, <*s .u<».w. Tenors are Doug Thomas, Rick Dillon, Craig Cosper, John Cannon, and Russ Maughn. ALTOS AND SOPRANOS .Altos Yvonne Hendrickson, Ann Norton Lynette Lundgreen, Lois Spencer, and Alison Thorsted will participate and -the highest extremities of the musical scale will be furnished •by Annette Lund, Cheryl Ball Debbie Harbertson. Carol TJaniels, and Barbra Foulger. • John Sato is the president of the -highly praised A Capella, -Rick Hadley is vice president Carol Daniels is secretary of correspondence, and Barbra —•Foulger is the recording secretary. The entourage has been busy forweeks now practicing for the body at Ogden High more involved in school activities. Elizabeth Sheehan, the guild's advisor, says she hopes to encourage a spirit ' of being a part of the school and of being able to take pride in being a Chicano. In the course of the year, she hopes the members of the guild will become more aware of be more Theme 'Every Bit Counts' Creates Student Lounge at St. Joseph High their heritage and proud of that heritage. Al Gallegos presides over the Chicano Guild, with, Celestino Garcia as vice president, Debbie Martinez as secretary, and Elaine Gallegos as publicity manager. A summary of other guilds so far organized follows: Latin Guild is a 24-member assemblage, with Koman banquets and studies of our classical heritage, which holds a marked position as one Ogden's elder guilds. Bonneville High Picks 'FLEET' as New Slogan CHOOSING MUSIC for'the UEA Convention concert in Salt Lake City are Ogden High School musicians Ann Norton, Lynette Lundgreen and. John Sato (leit to right). , 12B Ogden Standard-Examiner, Thursday, October 7, 1971 'Every little bit counts," was he idea the students who, helped to create the new'student ounge had in mind at St. Joseph High. • Now that it is finally completed, students may use toe room during lunch, study periods and before and after school to.relax in a teen's eye- view of comfort. . Students are enjoying their first four-day weekend which started today, as teachers are attending the UEA annual meeting in Salt Lake City to discuss various school problems and activities. One of the many scents of summer will fill the air once again tomorrow night as the Booster's hold their annual steak fry. Peter DeRooy, president of, the association, will serve asj master of ceremonies and plans to keep the members of the organization in high spirits the entire evening. "Moonwood Owl" will provide the music for "Dawning is the Day," theme of this yearj; Sodality Dance. -• • ' ' This.first date-dance of the year will be held at St.- James Social Center. Saturday night and is termed as best dress. Mrs. Alice Hirai, a member of the Buddhist faith, was a guest speaker for the freshman religion class. The visiting speakers provide a good insight into the classes study of various religions. Due to the unusual weather last week, the seniors once again had to postpone their journey up the mountainside to repair the "J". By Mary Buller FOOD T0 G0 Specials for Thurs., FrL, Sat. PUMPKIN PIES I TREAD" 49 C I 5 i«™» • RAISIN CINNAMON ROLLS 635c BELL BAKERY 690 Wash. Blvd. «*. 392-5128 Open Sundays 11 c.m.to7p.m of I Savage, and the winners of the I gold-fish swallowing competition Eleanor WedeU is the advisor. Roger Heywood is president; Jerry Hong, vice president, and Krisiy Osborne is secretary- treasurer. Dance largest Orrpck the in the Tiger Olympics going back to more routine pastimes. And all is not fun and games. On the scholastic side, it was recently announced that five Ogden High students achieved a _ -**.—_i •wj-ifil.—iTirr nn TnP Guild is by far of the guilds. Jim has been elected this semifinal year as president, with Kris Waddell, vice president: Diane Packard, secretary, Benov/itz, treasurer. GERMAN GUILD and Scott WASHINGTON TERRACE-' Bonneville High has chosen the theme FLEET as their slogan throughout the coming year. FLEET stands for "Fighting Lakers Enjoy Every Triumph," and Bonneville hopes to triumph in all things she undertakes. The boy s association stomp held last Wednesday was very successful. Those who attended Air Force Academy briefing held at Hill Air Force Base. j culture and Germany today. •German Guild is designed to promote an awareness of German contributions to world National Program. They are ranking in the Merit Scholarship Connie Bufnham, Yvonne Hendrikson, Rob White, Murray Mclntire and Craig Hazen. Runners-up- included K o o p a Sesbachari, Nate Coonrod, Winn Storey Annette Parkinson, -who is currently a Foreign Exchange student in Thailand, and I this reporter. On ' Wednesday, Bonneville will have a representative from the International University and Oct. 14, they will have a representative from Whitman College, These representatives will be 1th us to tell about their with danced to the music provided by the Shadow Facts. " ASSOCIATION OFFICERS | This year's boy's association! officers are: President, John Palmier"; vice president, Danny Welsh, and secretary, Joe - Burton. - Twelve members of Bonneville's choir have been chosen to represent BonnevUle at the All State Music festival. Bonneville's band and or; chestra will also be represented. The festival is being held over UEA vacation Wednesday, today and Friday. The festival is in the Salt Lake tabernacle, and is open to .the public. The choir is under the direction of the renowned conductor Jester Hairston. BAKE SALE Bonneville's Spanish crew will be holding a bake sale Tuesday. . Baked goods will be sold during and after school. , The profits will be used to ! help sponsor students who wish to visit Mexico this summer . through the Spanish program. Bonneville's chapter of the National Honor Society has been organized. Officers are Kim H e a t o n , president; Diane Messner, treasurer: Ann Rohde, vice president, and Donna Maybury, secretary. The requirements for admission into this crew are a 3.5 j grade average, and a goodj citizenship record in the school. They are holding their first party on Wednesday. It will include a hay ride and "~ refreshments will be served. Iti • will be for members only. Mrs. " Betty Jaeger is the advisor for I this crew. ; POWDER PUFF GAME * The girl's association will be •> holding their annual Powder > Puff Football Game Oct. 14. Team captains will be Lisa . McGregor, for the seniors, and Koni Green, for the juniors. The cheerleaders will be Rick : Frazier, Dale Beesley, Lee • Child David Oka, Steven Price, i-Jay Scott Bryce Taggart, Earl -*-Talbot, Colin Crabtree, and •* I Ferris Yazzie. , i - Refreshments will be sola _ at j » the game. Girls association 4 officers for this year are: ••• President, Polly Powers: vice - president, Jill Croft; secretary, - Dannette Stanger, and historian, i Mary Osmond. T Two of Bonneville s students, * Dak D. Rond and Randy B. * Russell, have been commended * for their work on the National v Merit Scholarship Qualification * Test. This is in addition to the ' three students who werej '• previously -named as semi j - finalists. | - On Monday eight boys - represented Bonneville at an colleges. 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