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    • ^ "The MessiaK"—December 17, 1959. Public ScKool Auditorium. The College Choras^the largest group of organized students on the campus^- is constantly growing in size and popularity. New students find plenty of opportun-ity for advancement in the...
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    • 1 J GARR ASHBY BOB DUGGAN DEAN SARGENT RUTH BANKS PAULA BLUST HELEN GARDENER ERROLD GURR RUTH STEVENS MACK TAFT ROE BUHANAN HANNAH JORDAN MARGARET THORLEY VICTOR DAVIS EASTON SAMPSON FRED WASDEN
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    • Claudia Pendleton and Carling Allen as "Sylvia" and "Prince Franz" Kenneth Slack as "Percival SlingsLy" I Clem Utley, Grant Mendenkall, and Alyin Tidlund as "Aristide Canicne,' "Mikel," and "Petrus Von Troryp" Attaining more success than any other...
    • Dining room staff

    • Utah Parks Company--Employees; Bryce Canyon Lodge (Garfield County, Utah)
    • Dining room staff at Bryce Canyon Lodge. First row, from left: Carol Burgoyne, Rosemary Fletcher, Bob Higbee, Tom Walker, Brent Henrie, Judy Twitchell, Sue Morsh. Second row, from left: Larry Ence, Jim Bailey, Pat Penrod, Barbara Jacobsen, Judi...
    • Bryce Employees State Show, final number

    • Utah Parks Company--Employees; Bryce Canyon National Park (Garfield County, Utah)
    • Final number of the state show. First row, from left: 1st Doug McNiel, 4th Catherine Sorbe, 6th Art Challis, 7th Pat Anderson, 8th Kristine Brock, 13th Terry Lamb, 14th Larry Drumm. Second row, from left: 1st Niel Johnson, 10th Sandra Burgoyne,...
    • Employee group photo

    • Utah Parks Company--Employees; Bryce Canyon Lodge (Garfield County, Utah)
    • Group photo of Bryce Canyon Lodge employees. Third row, from left: 1st Melda Davis, 2nd Norma Keeler. Fourth row, from left: 3rd Amplis Lefevre, 4th Chris Wallace, 15th Gloria Thomas. Fifth row, from left: 7th Alice ?, 13th ? Jolley, 14th Rhett...
    • Bryce Canyon Lodge Dining Room, 1967

    • Utah Parks Company--Employees; Bryce Canyon Lodge (Garfield County, Utah)--Dining rooms
    • Group photograph of employees in Bryce Canyon Lodge dining room. First row, from left: 1st Art Challis, 2nd Toy Henrie, 3rd Tom Walker, 4th Brent Henrie, 5th Dave Wilding, 6th Joe Ott, 7th Paula Rees. Second row, from left: 3rd Sheri Wasden, 7th...
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    • phi alpha beta "Flat-foot" Beta's with no dates but with plenty of pep and vitality. Just in case you'd like to remember^The Beta's were carefully directed around the right corners by Irene Lyman, president; Dorothy Fife, vice-president, kept us...
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    • PROLOGUE TO GLORY The Varsity Play of trie Branch A. Q, "Prologue to Glory," by E. P. Cankle was presented on Dec. 20 and 21, 1939, under the direction of Miss Vera Chadwick, speech director. CAST OF CHARACTERS Abe Lincoln Worth Porter Denny Jack...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 111 Most receptionists recognized that system changes had changed all viewpoints of the work they did: patients, doctors, and receptionists alike. For example, Rachel reported, “it’s kind of like nerve racking because it...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 37 I get along with everybody. I enjoy chit-chatting with [patients] and making sure their kids are okay and what’s wrong with them when they come out. Sometimes I’ll ask them and tell them I hope they feel better and to...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 43 patients. Each sub-theme illustrates how medical receptionists recognize the predominant responsibilities of their vocation. Basic responsibilities. How effectively a receptionist does his or her job can fit the broader...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 50 In addition to personality characteristics, the operating styles, preferences, and opinions of medical providers all play a significant role on reception jobs. Alli put into words, “They’re all different as far as, you...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 67 The daily tasks and a receptionist’s ability to fulfill those responsibilities certainly vary from job to job. However, the gatekeeper role of the receptionist often means maintaining business standards set in place by...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 70 Later Valerie expounded on her feelings regarding patient opinions, “Actually, you know what? I think sometimes they think we’re just receptionists, but I don’t know, but they’ve never given me a hard time if...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 71 Of course, these negative views are not the only patient-views that may exist. Nor do all patients feel positively about receptionists. Feelings of disengagement, neutrality, or simple respective appreciation are all...

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