L A M B D A
First Row: Ida Allen, RutK Adams, Mildred Belisle, BertKa AsKby, Anna Jean Armstrong, Iris
Beatty, Lenna Cox, RutK Clark, Ella Crane. Second Row: Lillie Foster, Mary Lou Haycock, Marie
HutcKings, LaZaun Jackson, Afton Jones, Betty Lou...
Secretary LaFaun Williams
Advisor Marietta White
Reporter Nancy Heaton
President Evaleen Hulet
Vice-President Emma Abbot (absent)
HOME ECONOMICS CLUB
A service club organized to give all girls interested in Home Economics an op-portunity
w. a. a.
The Women's Athletic Association,
under the capable leadership of Helen
Dalley, President, and Mrs. LaVeve Whetten,
Adviser, strives to promote an interest in
athletic activities, and develop a spirit of
friendly competition and good...
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...
THE INSTITUTE PROGRflM
'College Ward, ' as the Cedar L D S. institute of Religion is called adds much
to the school life of B.A.C. students away from homo. Also for Cedar City students
who take advantage of its week day courses in varied fields of...
Dancing classes and Pianist
pose for tKe cameraman.
Bern Stevens, Mary Loui.se
Ewing, Clara Jean Nelson,
and Lillie Foster demonstrate
a Modern Folk Dance.
Dancing girls exhibit form
and tecnnique in running and
MELBA SMITH, "Speed" knows how to
refuse a kiss without being deprived of it.
FLORENCE miORLEY, wears her dia-monds
on a wrist watch given to her at
Xmas time. GRANT TUCKER, likes girls
without any reason.
CLARA JEAN NELSON, is attracted by...
First Row Bertha Ashby Anna Jean Armstrong, Katie Barlocker, Iris Beatty, Barbara
Bryner, Jenevieve Buchanan, Fern Dalley S}cond Row: Helen Dalley, Mary Ewing, Barbara
Farnsworth, Lillie Foster, Nancy Heaton, Roma Heaton, Evaleen Hulet Third Row:...
CLIFFORD DOBSON . . . Business, Holden
YVONNE DAVIS . . . Business, Bicknell
BILLIE DAVIS . . Industrial Arts, Minersville
JUNE DAVIS . . . Home Economics, Delta
KENT DOVER . . . Chemistry, Cedar City
HELEN C. DALLEY . . . Business, Delta
A Sophomore year wouldn't be complete without the annual Zion trip. This year
it was better than ever. The fellows and girls scattered over the canyon during the
day hiking, but were back to the camp at supper time to get their share of the...
LaVee Peterson, President; Carol Sar-gent,
Vice-President; Lillie Foster, Secre-tary;
Bertha Ashby, Representative; Reed
For many years the Sophomore class has been the main-stay of the college and
even this year with so...
H. B. Linford
Mary L. Bastow
John V Christensen
Rex F Daley
F Leroy Walters
Raymond F Lillie
HOWARD B. LINFORD, Assistant Professor in Athletics and Athletic Coach,
teaches the fellows how to play the game in a good sportsman-like manner
selors, and Hattie Myers, secretary. Soon after this Mrs. Eyre resigned and Mrs. M. D. Fisher was chosen to fill the vacancy. They were released March 6, 1917, and Lillie Roberts was appointed as president, with Rachel Marshall and Martha Walker as...
January 1, 1890, Rebecca Eyre was sustained as pres-ident, with Lydia McKnight as first and Mary E. Light-ner as second counselors, and Mary Carter, secretary, with Ida Hamblin as assistant secretary. While these sisters were on the board, the...
School Calendar for 191 5 & '16
(Continued frOln page 79)
Jan. 18. The B. B. club entertains in chapel.
Jan. 26. Sen1ester exams. begin.
Jan. 28. Close of first sen1ester.
Jan. 31. Celebrate beginning of second sell1ester by dancing froll1
Freshies' Roll Call
Giles Carroll Paul Seegn1iller Vera Esplin Mina Haws
l\lartin Thorley Carlos Fife Annie Chan1berlain Hulda Scinders
Lorin Higbee Kumen Gardner Mona Urie Vera Pratt
Rowntree Hunter R.egena Ison1 La Verd Adal11s Lucy...