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    • Houses, Robert William Bullock

    • Cedar City (Iron County, Utah)--Buildings; Dwellings
    • Robert William Bullock home on Center Street (Canyon Road). First owned by Homer Duncan sold to Thomas Taylor. Two story part was moved in from Irontown. Duncan's son-in-law, Fisher, built the lower part. Rob Will bought from Taylor, all...
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    • Golden opportunities, work, play, laughter . . . all combined in campus life. Each day finds new experiences to be met by youthful adven-turers. Young feet eagerly tread well-worn paths, along which life-long friendships are inspired. Amid our...
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    • P R E S I D E N T As I look back over the twenty-six years I have been privileged to be associated with the Branch College, I have a flood of memories of what sometimes seemed slow but in perspective was sure and inevitable development from a high...
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    • Dear Students and Faculty: At the close of another school year I wish to express appreciation and congratulations to a very fine faculty and splendid student body for tKeir accomplishments during the year. In spite of all the confusion that war...
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    • A D M I N I S T R A T I O N \ViIliam Peterson B.S. Director, Extension Division R. H. Walker PK.D. Dean, School of Agriculture W. L. Wanlass PK.D. Dean, ScKool of Commerce N. A. Pedersen Christine B. Clayton Ernest A. JacoKsen PK.D. M.S....
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    • W. H. Manning Associate Professor of Music Coach "Ty" Tydings Athletics Parley Dalley Associate Professor of Chemistry and Math D. L. Sargent Associate Professor of Agriculture and Biology LaVeve Whetten Physical Education Gwendolyn...
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    • June Barron Business Manager Lenna Cox, Marolyn Jones Co-Editors THE BACIAN Along with all other student body functions, tke Bacian has had its share of financial difficulties this year, but managed to come out ai regularly as could be expected...
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    • Thirza Little, Representative; Mildred Belisle, Vice- President; Lyle Robb. President; Mary Leone Haight, Secretary; Richard Hanseen, [Representative. "Zion Trek >—Lyle, Terry, and "Inch" strutting their stuff. Miss Hansen goes through the kissing...
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    • JACK ANDERSON . . . Business, Cedar City RUTH ADAMS . . . Business, Parowan VIVIAN ADAMS . , Education, Kanab ALICE ANDERSON . . . Business, Cedar City ANNA J. ARMSTRONG . . Home Economics, Enoch BERTHA ASHBY . . . Home Economics, Holden BETH...
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    • LuDONIA NELSON . . . Business, Cedar City WAYNE NELSON . . . Industrial Arts, Redmond NEDRA NIELSON . . Business, Gunnison CAROLYN NIELSON . . . Home Economics, Elsinore HOMER OGDEN . . . Agriculture, Richfield ELY A OLDROYD . . Exact Science,...
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    • BETH STEVENS . . . Business, Fillmore LESTER SMITH . . . Industrial Arts, Cedar City NORMA SCHMUTZ . . CKemistry, New Harmony MERRILL SVVENSON . . . Chemistry, Spanish Fork FAY TAYLOR . . . Business, Bicknell GRANT TUCKER . . Business, Cedar...
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    • Scott Larson Forward Duard Millett Forward Deb Warner Guard Elliot Cameron Guard Probably the most outstanding man for B. A. C. and one of tbe best in the conference was Vardaman "Sandy" Jorgensen. He made tbe first team, all conference selection,...
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    • Football in the Fall on the B. A. C. campus. All fellows in school interested in athletic competition were eligible to try out and participate on track, softball, and tennis teams. The B. A. C. fellows showed outstanding progress in their athletic...
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    • Yorke Nelson Sigma Kappa RKo Intramural Manager Basketball CKamps College intramurals mis year nave not lacked interest, but they nave lacked the large group of fellows which kave participated in previous years. Tkis is due to tne National Defense...
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    • REALM OF THE FAIR SEX They say there's mystery behind the swing-ing doors of the girls' dorm and a person can t get in after l i p . m., but I found a peak hole once and things were so interesting I spent the entire year of 1941 and '42 just...
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    • President^—Gwen Cooley; Faculty Adviser/—Dean Peterson P E P C L U B Some said it could not be done but tKe motto of tKese 20 girls was, "Never let it be said, tKat tKe Farmerettes do not Kave pep." TKis little club could be seen at all tKe Koine...
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    • W. A. A. A. W. S. Believing mat 'All work and no play makes Jill a dull girl," the Women's Athletic Associ-ation, in cooperation with Mrs. \Vhetten, creates interest in athletics by sponsoring intramural activities for all girls. Individual as well...
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    • Miss Knott Irene Parker HOME M A K E R S An organization of all girls interested in Home Economics . . . They believe that home making is essential in all walks of life. Their time is divided between making blue and white pep flags, tKus fulfilling...
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    • N. Y. A. DEFENSE TKe N.Y.A. defense course is open to all students who wisK to register for tnat course alone, if they are over sixteen years of age. TKe course is instructed by Mayo Sorensen. AUTD MECHANICS TKe auto mecKanics class of B.A.C....

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