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    • I LILLIAN BUNKER MERRILL, BUSHNELL BERNON CHRISTENSEN LOU CARTER DONALD CARTWRIGHT LURA CARROLL EARL CHATTERLEY BOB CHERRINGTON ELDA CHRISTENSEN VANCE CHRISTENSEN ED CLARK MARIE COX VIRGINIA COX CRAIG CRABB CARMEN CROFT DENISE DALTON SARAH...
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    • SIGMA CHI RHO Sigma Chi Rho . . . . perpetuate bonds or fellowship . . . . encourage higK scholarship and participation in school activities . . . a fine group of fellows. ELMO DUFFIN FRED WASDEN LYNN OLDROYD GARR ASHBY FERRON THORLEY BILL...
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    • The school year 1939-40 has been an eventful year in Sigma Chi Rho history. Joe Lambert has made an enviable record as student body president and under his guidance, student activities have shown decided growth. In the intramural athletic events...
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    • Iff The eight gentlemen and one lady of swing, Winston Seeg-miller, Tone Webster, Elizabeth Manning, Grant Seegmiller, Price Hiaght, Craig Crabb, Bob Dotson, Evan Dobson, and Bill StarleyJiave given the students the best dance orchestra that...
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    • If you are masterful physically, there is no limit to the things that are yours. Athletes can take time out after their daily workouts and fairly paint the town scarlet. \Vith the name "athlete" affixed to his surname, femin-ine admirers gather...
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    • Working their way through college . . . Need we say more . . . The heighth of optimism as demonstrated by H. B., just an-other "Benny Goodman" . . . You may remember the street dance, just "jammen" a little . . . Hairless Joe, Polecat Pete, Daisy...
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    • THOMA THOMAS ABBOTT~Parowan~vocation-al guidance student and spends most or his time in the skop. MAURINE ADAMS, from the same town delves deep into the realms of education in her hopes to become a school teacher. PHYLLIS ADAMS, from Cedar is famed...
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    • a n c e Nine gentlemen of swing are those "Kollegiate Swing Kats", as they have chosen to call themselves. Craig Crabb, Bob Datson, Price Haight, Bill Starley, Evan Dobson, Grant Seegmiller, Lowell Whitaker, Lyle Marsden, and their leader, Winston...
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    • Jotttalt The line was composed of: first, the lengthy ends, Vernon Willis, Art Pilgrim, Scott Larsen, Conrad Hatch, and Ralph Henderson. Next; the hard-working tough tackles, who must have muscles instead of brains, and who must be blockers...
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    • in Its history. While we won but third place in the conference we won seven games and lost but two very close ones, one to Dixie, 7-6, and another to Mesa, 6-0. From the B.fl.C. squad there were picked four all-conference men and two men on...
    • 1905, Jun 1

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    • Thurs. June 1, 1905: Ther. Warm., Wea. Thin clds. Walked back to Bro. Pettys. called at the house of Mr. Craig and asked for a drink of water, were asked to stay and take dinner with them which we did. Held a meeting at Brother Petty’s. 3) (121
    • 1906, May 23 1905

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    • Names and addresses: May. 1905. 23rd N.W. of Chattanooga. 24- James Smith. 7 mi. N.W. of Walter 25- Joe Kinnel, 2 ½ Miles east of Carum Comanche Co., Okla. Chickasaw Nation Indian Territory. May 1905. 26th to 28th. Bro. Anderson Petty,...
    • Wagon ride

    • Employees--Dixie National Forest (Utah); Recreation
    • Wagon ride, Malv Turner in wagon, Bob Merrod by horse, Randy Russell in red shirt, Jake Russell in red hat, Morgan Russell in white shirt, Brent & Craig Rodregruez, Ron Rodreguez by tail, Hugh Thompson behind horses.
    • San Rafael Swell -- River Trips -- On Raft

    • Emery County (Utah); San Rafael Swell; Recreation; San Rafael River; River Running; Nielson, James
    • James Nielson (right) and his younger brother Craig on their first trip down the San Rafael River in 1964 as teenagers. They made the raft from lumber scraps and barbed wire and took automobile tires as life preservers. They navigated their way...

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