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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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    • Dorothy BradsKaw Lvle Robb Co-Valedictorians A Kome economics major . . . nas been president of tne Associated Women Students, 1941-42 . . . is very proud of her "A" record . . . likes sloppy joe sweaters and moccasions . . . participated in girls'...
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    • Mo Warm Anderson Parry Womanhood Award A business major . . . inter-ested in dramatics . . . person-ality girl and women's Pan Hellenic president . . . one of trie fairer residents of the girls' dormitory . . . says she is bashful, but just ask...
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    • MOWANA ANDERSON^more frequently referred to as "Blondie". Her cnarming personality is contagious. Competency in scKoIarsKip, ability to make friends, and sincerity in Ker desire to be belpful won for ker tKe Parry WomanKood Award. . . Proud to be a...
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    • We tried to keep alive most of the old traditions of the B. A. C. Perhaps the greatest of these is the legend of the axe. Each time the axe was fought over and won, it gained new significance. In the spring of '43 our last victory was won...
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    • Left to right: Marian Bennion, Burns L. Pinlinson, Elma Sargent, Julia Stevens, Mary Lu Joseph, Barbara Stephenson, Hazen Cooley, Mavis Johnson, Robert Rowley, and LaVeve Whetten. To the officers of the B. A. G. fell the hard task of guiding the...
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    • This was a different year at school. We were upset and disturbed with the thought that maybe we were not doing our part by staying in school and not doing something more closely connected with the war effort. We hesitated to have too many good...
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    • "Lu," who hails from Parowan, was one of the outstanding girls on the campus. As Student Body President, she took firm hold of the "goin's on" of the B. A. C. and really made them click. Her friendliness made her very well liked by everyone on the...
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    • CLARON BRADSHAW Guard EUGENE ROBINSON Forward GRANT TUCKER Center ROLAND ESPLIN Forward The activities of our basketball team made the difference be-tween this college year and others a little less marked. A majority of the boys at school went out...
    • yearbook1917i028: Narrative (cont.)

    • Beaver Murdock Academy--Beaver (Beaver County, Utah); School yearbooks
    • mittee and surpassed anything, in magnificence, yet given at Murdock. We were quite proud of ourselves that night. "Cram Week" soon engrossed our attentions, and afterwards Advancement Day, when we emerged as Seniors, our moments were filled with...
    • yearbook1917i045: College Class

    • Beaver Murdock Academy--Beaver (Beaver County, Utah); School yearbooks
    • College Class, Clara Wilson, Paul Maeser, Camilla Maeser. The members of the College Class do not have to speak for themselves - others speak for them. The ordinary college freshman class of fifty would contain about three students of...
    • yearbook1922i017: Seniors

    • Beaver Murdock Academy--Beaver (Beaver County, Utah)
    • SENIORS: "Success with Honor," this is the motto of the seniors, the graduating class of '22. These two words are expressive of the qualities and ideals held by our class, which will now pass on knowing that this motto together with the...
    • yearbook1922i047: Athletics

    • Beaver Murdock Academy--Beaver (Beaver County, Utah)
    • Athletics: In previous years our track and basket ball squad captured so many pennants that the mere mention of Murdock's track team caused other much larger school to tremble. But of late years our pennants are fewer in number. It would be in...
    • mcbooki437p341: Red Cross (cont.)

    • Beaver County, Utah--History
    • much-needed hospital. With the assistance of volunteer nurses and members they carried on until the disease was controlled. Since that time the chapter has conducted home nursing and first aid classes at regular intervals. The Junior Red Cross has...

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