Brown Boots that match the leaves and are warm at the same time!
By Ana Martinez and Ava Schweninger
Coats, scarves, hats, mittens, and hot coco are many things we use to warm ourselves when it’s cold. But something that is super popular, and stylish, is boots! Boots are a warm, fun way to express yourself in the winter, and still be warm. Here are some of Garner’s favorite boots recommendations for this winter!
Fuzzy “Uggs” to keep the feet warm!
Fashionable cowboy boots forfunand warmth.
“I like to wear boots when its cold out side because they are warm and super comfy!” -Clara Rodriquez (8)
Carley Avery (8) says,”I wear my boots with PANDAS, not! Jeans!:)”
Warm, White boots for the holiday season.
Boots to have fun in and express your style with.
Equipped with booming sound, a nice, sleek look, and overall great quality; these headphones are certainly taking the world by storm. You may have seen famous celebrities before wear them, and even some students here at Garner. “They’re cool and you can use them when you’re bored and want to listen to music” explains Michael Carreon (6). These professional headphones come in many different versions and colors. “I like the green, and black solos” says Paul Guajardo (7). Beats Pros are available for 399.95, Studios for 299.95, Wireless for 279.95, Mixrs for 249.95, Solos for 199.95, Executives for 299.95, Tour earphones for 149.95, Powerbeats for 149.95, Heartbeats for 129.95, Urbeats for 99.95, the Beatbox for 399.95, Beatbox Portable for 399.95, and the Pill for 199.95. All of these Beats products come in colors like black, white, green, purple, red, blue, sky blue, and more.
Sky blue Solo Beats
The Twinkie’s Death
Twinkies, HoHo’s, Snowballs, Suzy-Q’s, MiniMuffins, CupCakes, Donettes, Fruit pie, Zingers, and Wonder Bread are no more. Hostess brand announced that it was closing down on November 16, 2012. The most infamous snack in this list is of course the Twinkie. The iconic Twinkie has been in countless movies including Ghostbusters, ZombieLand, Die Hard, and Weird Al.
18,000 people will lose their jobs. Hostess blames the union workers for their bankruptcy because they went on strike, yet Hostess gave their top management an 80% raise.
What are Yearlings thinking about what Hostess is doing? Nathen Mcardle (6) says, “They shouldn’t have gone bankrupt in the first place, they should still be making those snacks.” Hostess offered to sell their recipes to the highest bidding company. Kyle Eakle (6) believes, “It’s a great idea to sell them, because their snacks are good.” Although Hostess management seems pretty selfish, they got into the holiday spirit by donating most of their stock to the food bank. James Syler thinks, “That’s great because there are families in need especially during the holidays.
No matter what Hostess does, Garner yearlings will always have a place in their heart for Hostess snacks.