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    • P R E S I D E N T As I look back over the twenty-six years I have been privileged to be associated with the Branch College, I have a flood of memories of what sometimes seemed slow but in perspective was sure and inevitable development from a high...
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    • Geneal Hallows Editor Ross Sargent Business Manager The purpose of tKe AGRICOLA is to bring recollections and reminiscences. Its value depends upon now well it does tKis . . . now mucK it m-ans to you in years to come. TKe supreme test of its wortK...
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    • JACK ANDERSON . . . Business, Cedar City RUTH ADAMS . . . Business, Parowan VIVIAN ADAMS . , Education, Kanab ALICE ANDERSON . . . Business, Cedar City ANNA J. ARMSTRONG . . Home Economics, Enoch BERTHA ASHBY . . . Home Economics, Holden BETH...
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    • REALM OF THE FAIR SEX They say there's mystery behind the swing-ing doors of the girls' dorm and a person can t get in after l i p . m., but I found a peak hole once and things were so interesting I spent the entire year of 1941 and '42 just...
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    • President^—Gwen Cooley; Faculty Adviser/—Dean Peterson P E P C L U B Some said it could not be done but tKe motto of tKese 20 girls was, "Never let it be said, tKat tKe Farmerettes do not Kave pep." TKis little club could be seen at all tKe Koine...
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    • W. A. A. A. W. S. Believing mat 'All work and no play makes Jill a dull girl," the Women's Athletic Associ-ation, in cooperation with Mrs. \Vhetten, creates interest in athletics by sponsoring intramural activities for all girls. Individual as well...
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    • MARSDEN'S For Men's Good CIotKes and Shoes CEDAR CITY, UTAH. YOU CAN SERVE TOO! Go all-out for Defense. Prolong the life and new-ness of your clothes with safe, satisfactory cleaning. BE WELL GROOMED WITH OUR PERSONALIZED SERVICE. Cedar Laundry &...
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    • The Freshmen were a lively group—full of pep and always ready for whatever came along. They assumed a great deal of leadership of the school and did their share toward the success of the school, year of 1945. Most of the would-be Freshmen were on...
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    • EVELYN KUNZ Cedar City Physical Education GUSTAV OLOF LARSON Cedar City Organic Chemistry MAXINE LUND Paragon Education MARIE LYMAN Parowan English DONNA M. MAJOR Kanab Education SUSAN HALTERMAN Sue Halterman, a native of Parowan, proved herself to...
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    • Marian Reunion, Melba Stephenson, Julia Stevens, Muriel Mathews, Bar-bara Stephenson As the students assembled at the B. A. C. in the fall, it was surprising to note just how many of them came from Millard County. There were eighteen students and...
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    • . /!. Chloris Bowman, Mrs. Whetten, Beth Prestwich, Vodis Fidel The Women's Athletic Association took an active part in furnishing a year of fun and excitement to all who participated in the intramural program. Because the male sex was rather...
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    • Products of Home Furnish-ing class displayed in the library. Practical courses in Foods, Clothing, and Home Furnishings gave the girls an opportunity to make many useful articles. The drapes, chair covers, rugs, and others pictured are a sample of...
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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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    • The Girls Dormitory was the home of at least thirty-five girls for the entire school year and more than forty-five at the beginning of the fall quarter. Miss Aileen Erickson made a very motherly matron and kept the girls all well most of the time...
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    • A war year and most of the boys far away on the battle fronts, yet college life had to go on, and as many of the traditions carried down through many years con-tinued and kept alive as possible under the circumstances. Always the B. A. C. has had...
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    • Folk The dancing department, under the direction of Mrs. La Veve Whetten, h e l d classes in a variety of types of dancing. Folk, tap, and modern dance were partici-pated in by a majority of the girls. They spent many hours of practice for...
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    • Every Tuesday, Thursday and Friday noon, girls' voices were heard in unison in the hallway below the auditorium as Mrs. Larson upstairs, led the chorus from the piano where she both directed and accompanied. The girls sang many different kinds of...
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    • 1 GOODYEAR SHOE | REPAIR SHOP 1 REX CHRISTENSEN, Prop. | | Cedar City, Utah \S VARIETY STORE W. Scott Mitchell, Mgr. | General Electrical Appliances | Paints and Hardware | Phone 2511 - - Parowan, Utah| •<*>,...

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