ness to children suffering with defective teeth, tonsils and tuberculosis. Board released in 1931. Lottie Farrer, president; Ruth Wittwer and Claudia Morgan, counselors; Alpha Stapley, secretary and treasurer; Martha Paice, assistant. Ministering...
Wed. July 20, 1898: Ther. warm Wea. clear John J. Gifford and I went up to the ranch. it took us till ten oclock to get to Crisses place we camped there for the night. Thursday 21: Ther. warm Wea. afternoon cloudy forenoon clear We went up to...
Well represented in all activities . . . . debaters, athletes,
thespians, and some musicians are found in their
ranks . . . . will make an outstanding class next year.
ALBERT E. ADAMS, JR.
VEDA KENNEY, President
Evelyn Beatty, Marian Bennion, Ava Bishop, Doragene Blackner, Joyce Brown, LaRita
Louise Gantry, Ora Nell Christensen, Mary Louise Ewing, Marybell Penton, Vodis
Fidel, Glyde Gleave.
Sue Halterman, Louise...
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
Wonder! Suspense! Excitement! Tingling nerves! All these were
terms descriptive of the audience that sat on the edge of their seats
as "Nine Girls" was enacted on the stage before them.
This, the annual school play presented under the direction...
"Until the dusk e/e left her dark
Upon the legend of St. Mark."
Maxwell Aderson's brilliant and timel/ play, The Eve of St. Mark, was presented
by the Branch Agricultural College last No/ember, only one month after its acclaimed