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    • 1899, page 35

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    • 35 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL Haight, Conrad Cedar City, Iron Co. Hanson, Isabell Minnie Leeds, Washington Co. Harris, Bennett " Harris, Maude " Harris, Louie " Heyborne, Tillie Cedar City, Iron Co. Higbee, Mary " Holt, James...
    • Home Economic Club

    • Branch Agricultural College (Cedar City, Utah); Southern Utah University -- History
    • Home Economic Club, includes, front to back, left to right: Joyce Bowen, Imelda Green, LaVonna Lee Jensen, Vivian Hatch, Mary Dalley. Second row: Carol Abbott, Marie Puffer, Aldine Young, Lucille Roberts, Joan Hiskey, Donna Jean Dalton. Third row:...
    • 1904, Feb 12

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    • Fri. Feb. 12, 1904: Ther. Cool breeze, Wea. Thin clds. Wind We continued on towards the Yellow-Stone Ridge. camped out on the desert again several miles past the St. George road. 10) Saturday 13: Ther. Cool., Pleasant., Wea. Mostly Cloudy, Came...
    • 1904, Feb 21

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    • Sun. Feb. 21, 1904: Ther. Cool wind., Warmer., Wea. Mostly clds. Herded up to the west knolls to snow. The snow is going extremely fast this afternoon. 15) Monday 22: Ther. Warm., Wea. W. Wind., Thin clouds. Going back to the knolls again today,...
    • 1904, Feb 24

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    • Wed. Feb. 24, 1904: Ther. Cool W. wind., Wea. Thin clouds, Snowed the sheep near the top of the Nixon Mountain, came back to the south end of Sunflower Flat near Sink Valley. 17) Thursday 25: Ther. Cool., Wea. Wind., Cloudy. Ptly. cldy Moved down...
    • 1904, Sep 21

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    • Wed. Sept. 21, 1904: Ther. Pleasant., Wea. Wind clouds We started home Nooned at north end of Nixon mountain Camped about a mile above the mouth of the Canyon. Splendid grass all along the road. 53) Thursday 22: Ther. Cool., Wea. Windy Clouds,...
    • Page 66

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    • 66 Three Score and Ten in Retrospect their work with handicapped Cubs. LaVern (Parmley) and I spoke and seemed to be well received. We then went to a Howard Johnson motel, the kids had a swim, and we had our dinner, watched T.V. and went to bed,...
    • Page 67

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    • Family Man 67 spoke, all was conducted by Pres. Bechtel, and the program was completed with fireworks! It was the most colossal such show we had ever seen. We said goodbye to the Bennetts (such a short visit) and boarded the bus for Philadelphia....
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    • 18 programs need to be very high quality and aligned with high-quality kindergarten programs (Mead, 2008). Another factor that has been identified as important to pre-kindergarten programs is the teacher belief system (Lar-Cinisomo, Fuligni,...
    • Page 36

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    • ALICE MATHESON GRANT MENDENHALL GEORGIA MICKELSON SCOTT NELSON BUD NELSON BETH NIXON BYRON PEACOCK LYNN PARKER HAZEL PARKS DERRILL RONNOW ALPHONSO ROSE RUTH ROBISON -36-
    • Page 63

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    • GARFIELL) COUNTY ( l.l'B-l n,,,l row; Kii^s. Barker. Kiddle. H<-ss. l o l s t e r , r,,,tes. Prince, Ipson, I ) < ' | C I I I L > . I )elong. Bin k m\\ Alien, Cnerrington, Matnews, Roundy, Lee, ( leorue. M I I . I . X k D COUNTY n.l'B-1'irsl row:...
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    • XI lambda tau LOUISE MANNING The Xi Lambda Tau Sorority prominently reigned through-out the school year of 1939-40 with flying colors of black and white. Leaders<-^definiteIy*-
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    • IVY MORTENSON BUD NELSON BETH NIXON HAZEL PARKS BYRON PEACOCK CLAUDIA PENDLETON GYLE RIDDLE RUTH ROBINSON i j '42 IVY MORTENSON believes in a road to success and means to travel it. BUD NELSON, stauncK member of tKe Ag Club, sleeps in chemistry and...
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    • Apologia, Antapologia and Political Power 13 crisis by shifting blame for the bombing of Beirut and the invasion. This helped reaffirm Reagan’s foreign policy. While the analysis does not directly address an indiscretion made by Reagan’s...
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    • Apologia, Antapologia and Political Power 14 having him give a public accounting of his personal finances and budgetary expenses. Nixon gave his side of the story using radio and television as media to spread this message. McGuckin (1968) analyzed...
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    • Apologia, Antapologia and Political Power 16 strategies, only then did he succeed in repairing his image. This conclusion can be utilized in the analysis of the present study, as image repair is a primary purpose or reasoning behind choosing...
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    • Apologia, Antapologia and Political Power 17 to the public, but also did so in such a way that he tried to place blame on others while preserving his image and his legacy as President. An analysis conducted by Katula (1975) found that Nixon tried...
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    • Apologia, Antapologia and Political Power 19 change their apologetic strategies. The results of this study support the current analysis as individuals utilizing apologetic rhetoric will have to adapt to the media just as their predecessors have...

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