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    • 1915 40

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    • Sophomore Roll Call HURCHELL URIE. The boy who puts the say in saying. LEON LEIGH. Nicknamed "Fatty." Our famous little miler. CLARENCE RIDDLE. Class President, first semester. One of our best students; studies late at night but wants "Day" all the...
    • 1916 75

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    • Our City Government ODR CIT'Y GOVERNMEN1' is just like that of any incorporated city. The officers are practi­cally the sarne and they have similar duties to - perform. T'his organization in our school is one of great interest to all students; and...
    • 1916 80

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    • School Calendar for 1915 & '16 Sept. 20. Sept. 22. Oct. 6. Oct. 8. Oct. 13. ()ct. 14. Oct. 15. Oct. 18. Oct. 19. (Jet. 21. Oct. 22. Oct. 23. Oct. 26. Nov. 1. Nov. 5. Nov. 13. Nov. 17. Nov. 18. '1 Nov. 20. \0 Dec. 1. Dec. 2. Dec. 3. Dec. 4. Dec....
    • 1916 81

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    • School Calendar for 191 5 & '16 (Continued frOln page 79) Jan. 18. The B. B. club entertains in chapel. Jan. 26. Sen1ester exams. begin. Jan. 28. Close of first sen1ester. Jan. 31. Celebrate beginning of second sell1ester by dancing froll1 8 until...
    • 1916 88

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    • Athletics ODR i\ l~HLETIC AC1'IVITIES were never in a 1110re. wholesoll1e c~l1d.itioll than at the , present tIme. For. thIS hne of work we have in our school this year a large number of clean, sturdy young men who have the right met­tle, courage~...
    • 1916 107

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    • Come to the CEDAR LUMBER & COMMISSION CO. for your Building Materials A CI-IALLENGE We challenge anyone to name another Telephone Utility, ,situated a.s we are, that is selling a.s good ser­vice for a dollar a month, and as much of it, as is...
    • 1930_all 7

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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...
    • 1927 51

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    • EARL ARMS President MAUDE MACFARLANE Vice-President KEITH MACFARLANE MARGARET MANNING Secretary Class Representative Year" Class HE Third Year class—one of the largest in the High School division, shows promise for a wide awake group in the...
    • 1927 67

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    • ^Dramatics HE Branch Agricultural College has long en-joyed a reputation for its dramatic productions. It is the plan that during each school year, at least two plays will be staged. However, this year, because of unavoidable circumstances, only...
    • 1927 81

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    • DOUGLAS MANNING SIGNAL honor was conferred upon the B. A. C. and Cedar City when Douglas Manning was accepted as a member of the National High School orchestra at Dallas, Texas. He upheld that honor and added an even greater honor to himself...
    • 1927 118

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    • CLARA FARNSWORTH President ANN ESPLIN Louis PALMER Vice-President B. F. PARKER SYLVIA JONES Secretary PAUL M. ADAMS DEVERE HALL WAYNE HINTON Forum Club HE Forum Club was first organized in 1924— the only honor club in the B. A. C. The...
    • Page 42

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    • WINONA HUNTER MILTON JOLLEY HENRIETTA JONES QUINN JONES IONE JACKSON RAE JOLLEY D. ELDON LUNT DONALD LAMOREAUX GEORGE LAWRENCE PAUL LUNT IRENE MOSDELL MAUDE MUMFORD Lack not in musical or dramatic ability . . . . provided leading characters for...
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    • ( ollege Opera . . . "The Red M i l l . l)\r Herbert . . . . . directed by Mr. Manning, \ \ l i o i o n tinually sho\\ liis ability by producing better operas . . . displayed outstanding musical talent or Branch College . . . a splendid perrorman<...
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    • D E B A T E Dehate . . . reaches a higher level each year at the Branch College . . . orators, debaters, interpretative readers, and ex-temporaneous speakers can be justly proud of themselves . . . efficiently and ably coached by Mr. West who...
    • Page 82

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    • Nana Kenney won interpretative reading contest for second consecutive year . . . Carmen Leigh and Homer Stephenson placed first and second in extemporaneous speaking . . . Verdell Lytle, Easton Sampson, and Ham LeigK won oratory crown . . . Parry...
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    • The leading and progressive man, who fol-lowed Anthony W. Ivins in the office of Presi-dent of Board of Trustees, is Frederick P. Champ. He has the loyalty and support of the Board, Director Oberhansley, Faculty, Alumni, and everyone connected with...
    • Page 43

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    • NEVADA HAIGHT of high school fame is prominent in campus and city affairs. Previous to her winning the secretary's post of the studentbody for next year, she was president of her Seminary personality class. She holds a top chair in the...
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    • THOMA THOMAS ABBOTT~Parowan~vocation-al guidance student and spends most or his time in the skop. MAURINE ADAMS, from the same town delves deep into the realms of education in her hopes to become a school teacher. PHYLLIS ADAMS, from Cedar is famed...
    • Page 85

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    • BILL STARLEY believes anyone can talk about IT but it really takes a man to do the asking. KENNETH STATES is a transfer from the U. S. A. C. and thinks the world was made for him. DONNA STEPHENSON is a charming, blonde Xi Lambda. She majors in...
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    • LIFE Bonheimer Kryl, noted maestro, directs his famous symphony orchestra The towering chimney at whose base lies the boiler house where Bill Flannigan has kept watch for thirty years Two men compete to see who gets the pigskin Roy Cooper...

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