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    • People, old folks party

    • Cedar City (Iron County, Utah)--People
    • Old folks party, many of these people lived in the Old Fort and moved to Cedar City in 1857, they are our real pioneers. First row: Uriah Goodfellow, John Chatterly, Timothy Adams, Evan Williams, John Adams, John Fretwell, Winnie Roche, ? Root, ?...
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    • CAMPUS HARMONY Typical scenes on tKe lawns, by tKe girls' dormitory, and at tKe Ag building as students make new acquaintances, and renew old friendsKips in tKe fall . . . And tKen prepare to depart in tKe spring tor tKe summer vacation. Enrollment...
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    • Mrs. Whetten's dancing class improve their stride, wkile our football Kero wKo was also personality man and is next year s student body president snows form and technique in handling tke ball. The vine clad science building forms the back-ground of...
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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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    • 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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    • Robert Hanseen Student Body President Rae Merryweather Vice-President Berneice Turner Secretary I N S P I R A Prexy Robert "\Vhizzer ' Hanseen has been the guiding light of tbe entire student body . . . guiding mostly brunettes, Kowever . . . He...
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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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    • Geneal Hallows Editor Ross Sargent Business Manager The purpose of tKe AGRICOLA is to bring recollections and reminiscences. Its value depends upon now well it does tKis . . . now mucK it m-ans to you in years to come. TKe supreme test of its wortK...
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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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    • S O P H O M O R E S CLEMONT - ,'i;:*"* 'r'*''^~'' Business Cedar City BOYD ALLRED Business Delta MARIO BUSSIO Agriculture Provo ORSON ALLEN ';'$8B Hr^ Industrial Arts 'ytrKyk, -Wlmore IDA ALLEN Education Fillmore GLEN CAHOON Education Deseret v...
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    • Competition in tKe Junior College conference 2m K| l l i i s year was exceptionally keen witK no team getting by with less tnan tbree losses in league A tournament witK four top teams competing was held at Ogden after league play was over. TKe...
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    • GIRLS' INTRAMURALS More interest has been displayed this year in Intramural competi-tion than has been exhibited for many years. Teams from the three soror-ities on the campus, the Xi Lambda Tau, Phi Alpha Beta, and Lambda Delta Sigma, participated...
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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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    • 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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    • 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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    • Girls' Chorus Boys' Chorus C H O R U S E S Under the direction of "Pa" Man-ning, the school choruses have been very active during the year. Two weeks before Christmas these singing groups gave a successful ren-dition of Handel's "Messiah". Later in...
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    • " M A R T H A Grand opera furnished an important high light in this year's calendar of events. The opera "Martha" proved to be one of the most delightful musical experiences produced in the college for many years. The cast voiced their liking for...
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    • MUSIC MAKES "Music makes us merry" has long been an adage of the B. A. C. Despite changes in the members of the dance orchestra because of the calls of Uncle Sam, the "band plays on" and continues to keep lovers of music and dance happy. The B. A....

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