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    • OBJECTIVES OF THE JUNIOR COLLEGE HENRY OBERHANSLEY Director A SCHOOL is a place in which we can get experiences and in-terpretations faster and more ac-curately than we can outside school. Our school life today furnishes op-portunities rich in...
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    • B Teams BY winning the championship this year for the third time in four years of competition, the high school stock judging teams of the Branch Agricultural College brings to the school the cup awarded by the Og-den Live Stock Show as a...
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    • History of High School Day >T^HE history of High School Day at the Branch Agricultural Col-lege, if three years may be called a history, has been the story of the rapid rise of a new-born institution. The year 1928 which gave High School Day its...
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    • FACULTY ADMINISTRATION Zoe R. Palmer Assistant Professor of History; Dean of Women Mary Lovina Bastow Assistant Professor of Art E. J. Jeppson Instructor in Vocational Industrial Education Allen Cannon Assistant Professor of English Sumner...
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    • STUDENT LIFE 'tlVitl, From the first scratching of pens on September 19th, until the last book was slammed shut on May 20th our school was "the tops." To the tune of "You're Pep" and "Locomotive Aggies," we popped Dixie back on the nose for what...
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    • HAZEN COOLEY, B.S. Assistant Secretary and Treasurer CHARLES B. COOLEY, B.S. Assistant Professor of Vocational Industrial Education PARLEY DALLEY, B.S., M.S. Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Mathematics MARY L. BASTOW, B.S. Assistant Professor...
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    • Each year September brings an increased enrollment for the Branch Agricultural College at Cedar City, Utah. States as far away as \Visconsin and as near as Nevada and \Vyo-ming, plus eighteen of the counties in Utah have representatives in the...
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    • To foster interest among tke girls in the problems of Home Economics is the aim of the Home Economics Club. TKis club caters to banquets, luncheons, and such projects as Vocational Day^-
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    • FACULTY LEE M. OLSON Instructor in Physics E. J. JEPPSON Instructor in Vocational Industrial Training BURNS L. FINLINSON Instructor in Social Science MARIE TINSLEY Librarian and Instructor in English FRANCES ELVA KNOTT Instructor in...
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    • UTAHNA PETTY CEDAR CITY Home Economics Business Agricola Staff, 1 Phi Alpha Beta, President, 1 Opera, 1 College Ladies Trio, 1 Home Economics Club, Vice President, 1, Peruke Club, 1 Viz Col-legium, 1 Dance Review 1 Intra-mural Sports, 1...
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    • MARVIN R. BRYAN PERRON, UTAH Business Music College Dance Orchestra, 2 Leader 1 Phi Sigma Xi. ANNA PENDLETON PAROWAN, UTAH Physical Education Opera, 1 Xi Lambda Tau, 1 W A. A., 1 Inter-Sorority Representative, 1 ILA GURR PAROWAN, UTAH Music Overa,...
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    • CHARLES B. COOLEY, Vocational and Industrial Instructor, is the guiding star of the builders of tomorrow. The actual construction of houses is being done under his careful supervision. LOIS LAVEVE PETTY, Instructor in Physical Education, is queen...
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    • Brains Cactus Jack Urie at work! Afternoon Type Class Business Administration The Business department of the B.A.C. Js rapidly gaining prominence as a two-year terminal course. Head of the department was W. L. Bennion, assisted by Gwendolyn...
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    • Edwin L. Peterson Social Science Rex F. Daly Assistant Professor in Agricultural Economics CKarles B. Cooley (On Leave) Associate Professor of Vocational and Industrial Education TKeron AsKcroft Assistant Professor in PKysics...
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    • L E A D E R S To them wKo give willingly of their time and effort that we may be more suited to venture forth into a w^orld of trial, to them who with understanding minds point out a direction to suc-cess, and to tnem who try to make our days in...
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    • CHEMISTRY Chemistry this year kas been adapted to the needs of tKe students more tKan ever before. Organic chemistry was specialized for those students majoring in home economics and agriculture. Analytic chemistry was designed to meet the needs of...
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    • VOCATIONAL DAY The tKeme of the 1942 Vocational Day was Tne encouragement of excellence in men and women train-in on tne home front." In keeping with the theme the four divisions-home economics, agriculture, busi-ness, and industrial arts^-were...
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    • Southern, Utah s Finest Furniture Store invites you to visit tnem >— *-- '— to snop, to buy »— ~- —' and to get INTERIOR DECORATIVE HELP L E I G H FURNITURE AND CARPET STORE Price and Quality Furnishings >—• Free Delivery Anywhere Remember the L E...
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    • LOIS LAVEVE WHETTEN, B. S. Phys. Ed. and Secretarial Science, Dean of Women. PRESTON R. GLEDHILL, B. A., M. A. Instructor in English and Speech. PARLEY DALLEY, B. S., M. S. Associate Professor of Physical Sciences, Chairman, Division of Physical...
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    • HAZEN COOLEY, B.S., M.BA. Assistant Secretary and Treasurer. CHARLES B. COOLEY, B.S. Associate Professor of Vocational and Industrial Education, Chairman, Division of Industrial Arts, and Engineering Coordinator. VERN COOLEY C.P T Instructor of...

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