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Lowder, John L Parowan, Iron County
Macdonald, Duncan Ranch, Kane County
Munford, Thomas Parowan, Iron County
Pace, Josephine Harmony, Washington Coutny
Page, Nora A Panguich, Garfield County
The home was built by Warren Sevy and sold to Fred Carlson and Sarah Delila Bunce Syrett soon after the Hatch Town Dam broke and flooded the Syrett's home. Later Meltair and Irene Syrett Hatch lived in the home.
Class motto . . . . "Break a lot of records,
ana make just oodles more . . . . intend
to be heard from next year.
For fostering the spirit of friendliness among the girls of the B. A
C. we must give credit to the Associated Women Students of the camp*
us. This organization was under the capable leadership of Carmen
Croft, President, and her assistants, Jena...
Zanola Jones wishes to train to be a nurse—Aaron
Leigh, "Make a success out of...
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MARY LOU HART
THE AGRICOLA Page 41
With Compliments To The
Students of The
Branch Agricultural College
R. L. Farnsworth
Mrs. R. Johnson
Extends an invitation to students oj
the B.A.C. to bowl for
AFTON BOHN - Mgr.
CEDAR CITY. UTAH.
C O A L
For Southern UtaK's Own
and Best Coal, Call