Christmas in Kaysville in 1950
CHRISTMAS IN KAYSVILLE 1950
-- 500 Kaysville youngsters were treated to a movie at the Kaysville Theater. Bags of candy were passed out afterwards at the Kaysville City Building lawn.
-- Kaysville Elementary school will have a PTA program Thursday at 7:30pm. Rooms will be decorated and parents and children will gather around a Christmas tree in the gymnasium to sing Christmas Carols, principal G. Henry Rampton said.
-- All persons with discarded toys and other items which may be repaired are being asked to act as subs for Santa this year. The "Sub For Santa" program is being sponsored by the Kaysville Lions Club. Members will repair and renovate items and on Christmas make some children happy who might have otherwise been forgotten. A collection station has been set at Johnny's Utoco Service 1st North and Main St. Those who wish to donate can also call Kaysville 179-J, 795-W or 698-W
-- A combination of Pep Rally, Christmas Caroling, dancing, refreshments and a program will send Davis High School students home for the Christmas holidays Friday afternoon according to Bob Rose, Student Body President. The Christmas party will start in the afternoon and linger until after the dance. Students in charge of the dance are Sherry Schaffer and Ferris Collett. Alton Clark, Joan Stringham, Bill Workman, and Dixie Brewerton are members of the refreshment committee.
PHOTO: Davis High Students Christmas Celebration - Salt Lake Tribune December 22, 1950
Kristine added these special entries to her Kaysville Kinks posts on the Facebook group, Our Kaysville Story. They give you an idea of the goings on in Kaysville and Fruit Heights during the holidays.