The Utah Agricultural College
offers to the graduates of the Normal
School and the High School exceptional
opportunities for advanced train- .
ing in Agriculture, Home Economics,
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,
education should fit us into life, will-ing
workers in its sometimes hard
processes, patient in our search for
its truths, avoiding vanity and the
other hypocricies which, if they
fasten themselves upon us, leave
us hardly worth burying. Down...
Dabatiog amd Oratory
XJOT much has been done at the
college this year in debating".
Last year saw the end of a six-year
competition with Dixie College for
the possession of the bronze tablet
first offered in 1923 by Attorney
Robert L. Judd, of Salt...
That Are In This Book
Were Taken By
Homer S. Jones
Cedar City, Utah
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If it's something tasty, ap-petizing,
and nourishing you
want, try us for quality...
LESLIE PUGH CLYDE HOLLINGSHEAD MAROLD BAKER ELMER ROBERTS
Forward with an unusual combina-tion
of skill and agility. A scorer who
often placed the opposing guard in an
embarrassing position when he discov-ered
that "Les" had lost...
feature. Toasts and sentiments were given and responded to and each part on the program was followed by a salute
of the cannon.
Then came the picnic time and the games, races and dances and general good time by all celebrants.
LEST WE FORGET THE...
Gun Committee, Joseph Bettensen, Robert Thimbleby and William Moyes Jr.
Finance Committee, Josiah Rogerson, William Ashworth, David McDonough, James Fennemore and Charles F. Shipp.
Floor Managers, William Ashworth, Albert Minnerly and Josiah...
few blue-backed spelling books and McGuffey's Readers. Often there was only one book to a room, so it would be passed around from one pupil to another. Slates and slate pencils were scarce, notebooks and lead pencils were unknown. One woman who...
January 5, 1908, Mary J. Blackner was chosen president, with Mary E. Morris and Winnifred Miller as counselors; Julia Griffith, secretary; Mary A. Reese, treasurer. Caring for the sick and needy, the gathering and storing of wheat, went steadily...
cook and waitress, with Ed Walker and brother of Salt Lake, dishwashers. We were persuaded to hire a Jap cook, who was immaculately clean, and a good cook, but one morning we were awakened early to find him gone. We, with our young daughter Erma,...
stove at the Thomas James Hotel, and Mrs. Thomas James had Indian women help her. One little squaw came and washed all day for a dollar, rubbing the pieces on a board. She could do the flat work ironing too. Mrs. Bell James says when she ran the...
Another squaw who was real old, named Elizabeth, washed for Mrs. Bradfield for years. She had a papoose named Lone. One old Indian had white spots on him. He often said, "Me Mormon, some day me be as white as you." Mrs. Alice Cottrell had an old...
A man was hired to paint the scenery for the stage. Seats for the Recreation Hall were purchased at a more recent date. OBTAINING MATERIAL FROM MURDOCK ACADEMY Wrecking and salvaging the materials of the old Murdock Academy began August 1, 1932....
Mon. July 6, 1903: Ther. Warm., Wea. Windy, Ptly. cldy. I went to Springdale to mail some letters. We cut about a half acre of wheat this morning. 86) Tuesday 7: Ther. Warm Wea. Clouds Helped clean ditch this fore noon. Father, Mary and I went to...
Sun. March 22, 1908: Pleasant Clear Attended S.S. Primary Conference and Mutual. Mon. 23: Pleasant T. clds Heavier clds. Fixed up and drove to the Pocket Lane. Tues. 24: Warm. L. clds I went on to Hurricane and back to La Verkin Wed. 25: High...