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    • yearbook1917i077: The Ag. Club

    • Beaver Murdock Academy--Beaver (Beaver County, Utah); School yearbooks
    • The Ag. Club. In the fall of nineteen hundred and twelve, a new organization came into existence within the realms of "Old Murdock." That organization was none other than the Murdock Academy Aggie Club. It was presently to take its place as one...
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    • Mr. Walter Lunt Mrs. Walter Lunt 9m HOME OF THE TRAVELER HOTEL CAFE Luncheons — Dancing Wurlitzer Music ^Private Dining Room ^ OPEN 24 HOURS ^ CHICKEN AND MOUNTAIN TROUT DINNtRS "We Resolve to Serve the Best" CEDAR CITY, UTAH WE Handle Quality...
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    • No pirates no princesses 85 THEM TO UNDERSTAND WHY BEING A CONSUMER FOR AN ITEM IS NOT ACCEPTABLE. I: THAT‘S GREAT. YOU‘RE A GREAT RESOURCE BECAUSE YOU HAVE CHILDREN RANGING IN AGE FROM 21 TO 4. SO, YOU‘VE REALLY GOT A LONG HISTORY DEALING...
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    • 10 Literature Review A Time for Change Change will, and must happen. It is in the best interest of organizations to pursue continuous change and proactively design strategies for change. Organizational change takes both planning and management...
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    • Emotions in Conflict 82 performance, negotiation, and conflict. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 20, 368– 384. Barsade, S. G. (2002). The ripple effects: Emotional contagion and its influence on group behavior. Administrative Science...
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    • that they should. Not only has the problem been recognized by the Regents, but also by the Provost’s Office at Southern Utah University. I began working at Southern Utah University on July 25, 2007. One of my responsibilities was to track...
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    • SIGMA KAPPA RHO "Sig Kaps" to all on tKe campus is the largest boys organization, pledging 25 new members this year. Lead by tKe able guidance of Mark BradsKaw and Conrad HatcK tKe fraternity Kad a great year. PerKaps tKe biggest informal dance of...
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    • 6 in the area of ESL. She has taught in the Iron County School District in the state of Utah for six years. Two of the years taught were in fourth grade and the remaining four have been in first grade. Definition of Terms The following are...
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    • STRAIGHT IS THE GATE 79 to handle the things that bother them about another person. Sister-wives do not always get along; when this happens, each woman must evaluate her own needs and work out the issues. Much like interviewee #13, Interviewee #4...
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    • The students held their own Sunday School services and M. I. A. activities. Many students enjoyed tne fine teachings and guidance at our L. D. S. Institute of Religion. They participated in many interest-ing and educational classes dealing...
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    • STRAIGHT IS THE GATE 74 Dealing with people outside of the community who do not understand the lifestyle or reasons behind living the principle of plural marriage can be very difficult. For some, like Interviewee #3, opening up to outsiders about...
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    • £L lighter vein prevails at the Institute during a week-day class. The Mutual students enjoy a few minutes of dancing after the regular exercises. The Institute Club gathers for a period of relaxing after a busy week. The Institute looks after the...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 67 The daily tasks and a receptionist’s ability to fulfill those responsibilities certainly vary from job to job. However, the gatekeeper role of the receptionist often means maintaining business standards set in place by...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 3 Chapter 1: Introduction Society’s omnipresent need for healthcare and personal medical attention has led to a network of medical providers and caregivers that must always be prepared to meet the needs of a community and a...
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    • Emotions in Conflict 60 communicate that they recognize her status. When parents ask Mindy questions, they are addressing her as an expert worthy of advice. Ashley also felt that her status was being recognized when parents would ask her questions....
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    • STRAIGHT IS THE GATE 66 believed that abuse was rare in their community, but because of the distrust of the dominant culture and especially leadership figures, polygamists often did not see appealing to police or social programs as an option to...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 59 Of those patients who have developed deeper relationships with a specific receptionist, Vickie explained, “It’s a good feeling. I think it makes you feel like you’re doing things and you’re helping them and they’re...
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    • Physician & Patient Communication 63 In the context of physician-patient communication, we learn that third parties such as extended family members, social workers and family support coordinators can play the role of a liaison or go-between; with...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 63 Cars and parties, first cigarettes and first dates, school demands and free time- teens encounter both risks large and small every day, and their choices can be puzzling at times. Think of it as an equation, says psychologist...
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    • the herds in the valley and take them to their hangout and slaughter them and haul the beef to Pioche, Nevada. The ranchers finally reached a point of desperation where they felt they could not operate under these conditions any longer, and decided...

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