Student of the Univ. of Calif. 1904; Student of the Los Angeles Business College, 1907-'08; National Diploma in Pen Work, Los Angeles Business College, 1907; Student of Henager's Business College, Salt Lake City, 1909; Teacher in the Branch Normal, 1909-'10; Prin. Paragonah District Schools. 1905-5, 1808-9.
Domestic Science and Art.
Entered U. A. C. 1902; Student Assistant in Dom. Science from 1904-1907; In charge of Dom. Science department at L. D. S. High School last two months of year 1906-1907; Graduated,from U. A. C. in 1907; Instructor in cooking at U. A. C. year of 1907-1908; During year did Farmers' Institute work in Welver, San Pete and Cache Counties; Entered Teachers' College, Col. U. in Sept., 1908 and received B. S. in 1909; Located at Cedar City for indefinite period in 1909.
English and Oral Expression and Physical Training for Girls.
A. B., U. of U. 1910; Graduate of B. N. S., 1906; Student at
U. of U. Summer School 1910. Life High School Diploma,
A. B. and Certificate for two years of Medical Course, U. of U.
Biology, Physiology, and Mathematics.
John A. Alder.
Art, English, and Reading.
The Principal is a member of all committees.
Chapel-R. C. Belnap, Inez Powell.
Athletics-J. Wesley Barton, Parley Dailey.
City Government-J. S. Woodbury, J. Wesley Barton.
Lecture Course-Parley Dalley, Myrtle Decker.
Founders Day-R. C. Belnap, Herbert Haight.