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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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    • DEON CHILDS . . . Education, Gunnison JOYCE CHRISTENSEN . . . Home Economics, Delta RUTH CLARK . . Home Economics, Farmington BETH CORRY . . . Physical Education, Cedar City LENNA COX . . . Chemistry, Rockville ERWIN DAY . . Industrial Arts,...
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    • BRAWN BELOW THE HILL Batching is not a bad business if you have a strong back and a weak mind. It means mucking out an accumulation of dirt over a period of a week or two weeks. It means cooking a palatable meal with beans after a day at scbool. It...
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    • I N S T I T U T E \VKiIe the faculty up on tne Kill sees to it that our minds are devolped as muck as possible. G. O. Larsen, Direc-tor of the Institute, takes care of our souls. Not only does tne Institute give us religion and Kelp develop tKose...
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    • HOME MAKERS If you sKouId enter the Science Build-ing, go downstairs and to tKe left, you would find tKe Home EC. Department. Almost any time during tKe day, you could see someone stitcKing on a dress in tKe sewing room, and in tKe kitcKen, someone...
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    • CHEMISTRY Chemistry this year kas been adapted to the needs of tKe students more tKan ever before. Organic chemistry was specialized for those students majoring in home economics and agriculture. Analytic chemistry was designed to meet the needs of...
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    • VOCATIONAL DAY The tKeme of the 1942 Vocational Day was Tne encouragement of excellence in men and women train-in on tne home front." In keeping with the theme the four divisions-home economics, agriculture, busi-ness, and industrial arts^-were...
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    • H O M E C O M I N G Branch Aggie activities, produce, and live-stock sKown. float. Audrey and Rae on "Homecoming Day' BrancK Aggie float. B. A. C. mechanics division float. Branch Beauty
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    • I. G. A. SAVE EVERY DAY Through the I. G .A. BIEDERMAN MACFARLANE Incorporated "A Complete Food Market" Phone 350 Cedar City, Utah. L. A. BURASCANO Ladies and Gents Tailoring CEUAR CITY, UTAH. KARL WINTER Automotive Jobbers Complete Automotive...
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    • There will come a day when the bells all over this great land will ring, prayers of thanksgiving will rise from every heart, and all those who have traveled down the long, hard road of war will come home to find a place in the peace. To that...
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    • ".."--.•• , I f: , , I Dances were practically an impossi-bility so we substituted parties, con-certs, and formal banquets instead. We suffered through all the tortures of registration and goat week much the same as other years and then we...
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    • Adele and Evelyn assume a striking pose to illustrate the type of thing we saw in the dance review. "A" Day was clean-up day and a good one at that and the girls did a pretty good job cleaning up the campus for another year. That yearbook staff...
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    • Marian Bennion, Editor Veda Kenney, Bus. Mgr. Lights burning in the wee hours the day before a section had to be in; Olaf, Ava, and Mr. Nelson staggering about loaded with cameras and light equipment; groups of people with fixed expres-sions on...

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