ORIEN E. DALLEY
Instructor in Violin
WM. H. MANNING
Head of Department
ERNEST F. OBORN
Instructor in Piano
HE Branch Agricultural College boasts the best
Music department, in southern Utah, with but few
rivals in the...
INGE William H. Manning made Cedar City his
place of abode, and the Branch Agricultural College
his place of business, students and patrons have had
the opportunity to see two operas a year. This fall
he reproduced last year's operas,...
HE Music Department of the Branch Agri-cultural
College made this year, for the first
time, an entry into the contests sponsored by
the Federation of Music Clubs of America. It
is a gratifying bit of history made, because, in
WO of the outstanding musical organizations
of the Branch Agricultural College are the
Men's and Ladies' Glee Clubs. These organi-zations
are trained each year by Mr. Manning,
meeting at a regular time for practice work as
JOSEPH BETTRIDGE ERVIL SANDERS KENNETH PUGH
Slick forward of the Branch Aggie
hoopsters, has helped win the way to
the tournament for two successive seas-ons.
He is a dependable guard and
forward, usually making the hoop...
The oNew Gymnasium
THLETICS at the college this year entered upon a
new era. For years our basketball teams have
struggled under the handicap of a makeshift gymna-sium,
inadequate in all respects. Not only was it
adverse to good training but it was...
HE theme of decoration carried out in this year's
Promenade at the B. A. C. was a Dutch Windmill
scene using college colors, blue and white,...
Clubs and Organizations
HE clubs which have been organized at the Branch
Agricultural College have become a very live part
of its daily activity in socials and scholary func-tions.
Among the most prominent are the two women's clubs—
B. F. PARKER
PAUL M. ADAMS
HE Forum Club was first organized in 1924—
the only honor club in the B. A. C. The...
FIRST COLONIZERS NAMED
The question of colonizing Beaver Valley, having met the approval of George A. Smith, the following named men were chosen, with the understanding that they would become permanent settlers: Simeon F. Howd, captain; Wilson G....
July 4th, 1900, by a party consisting of Orrin Puffer, William A. Twitchell, James Valentine, and William Man-hard. There still are deer, a few mountain lions, coyotes and bob cats. Fox are very scarce. Beaver, having been imported and protected,...
ground to procure a livelihood. Aside from this, the flow of the creek, after the spring fresher of highwater, soon dried up and the low lands in the first section alone pro-vided crops.
In the course of time, school section 16 came into market and...
had as his assistant, Charles T. Stoney, who had been attending the Brigham Young Academy. This school immediately became very popular, so that night session were held for the benefit of adults who could not go in the daytime. A class in teacher...
school hours it is made available to the citizens who wish to do work there for themselves.
Perhaps no department of the school has done more for the town than has the Music department, with its excellent band and choruses, under such able...
sides. A driveway went all around it. On the north were two buildings. The smaller one, which had been the soldiers' commissary,.was made into a book store. To the east of this was a large, two-story structure with upper and lower verandas on all...
the surrounding towns in attendance. There was usually a speaker from the B. Y. U. or one of the Church authorities present. The afternoon was spent in athletic contests between classes, then the day's festivities ended with a dance in the evening....
In March, following the arrival of the pioneers, George A. Smith, one of the Authorities of the Latter-Day Saint Church and provisional leader of the Southern Colonies, en route from Parowan to Salt Lake City to attend...