CHRISTMAS IN KAYSVILLE 1957
-- With the Thanksgiving holiday finished the Yule season is again being ushered in and citizens of Kaysville have already started on plans for this years big holiday. Davis High School has begun it's "Sub For Santa" program sponsored annually by the Pro Schola club. The Kaysville Civic Association has begun making assignments for the decoration of Kaysville. The Kaysville Lion's Club has been assigned the responsibility of decorating the area north of the city building and the Kaysville Rotary Club has been placed in charge of decorating for business establishments. Kaysville City will be in charge of the Lighting. The 6 LDS wards in Kaysville have begun plans for special Christmas programs.
-- A mix of classic and modern motif paid off for Ray W. Phillips, Fruit Heights, winner of the Kaysville area Home Lighting Contest. The Phillip's, winner of 1st prize $15 have rigged a loudspeaker on the roof of their brick home to play carols to the neighboring area. Decorations included a Christmas Angel, Santa Claus and his reindeer and multicolored lighting. 2nd place was awarded to Burt H. Whipple 272 E 2nd S.
-- A free movie for the children of Kaysville will be shown Tuesday at the Kaysville Theater. It is sponsored by Lee Liston, theater owner. Children will be given a treat by the Jr. Chamber of Commerce said JC President Howard Green.
-- Kaysville Rotary Club entertained at the annual Christmas party at Oakridge Country Club Wednesday said T. Leland Frost, President. There was entertainment and favors.
PHOTO: Holiday Greetings, Hill Top Times 12-13-1957
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.