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    • "turn up their coat collars and, as much as posible, tum their backs to the storm until it passed over." The Federal officers were clearly determined to stand by each other and manipulate the machinery of govemment for the oppression of the...
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    • - Oct. 1 , 1942.. . T h e fuel situation in Cedar City was discussed because of a shortage of miners and t r u c k e r s ( d u e to t h e w a r ) . The mines, adjacent to Cedar City, were threatening to close. Dec. 3, 1942.. . T h e new alley just...
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    • 2 contrary—highly enthusiastic, yet fail to successfully incorporate new knowledge or skills into their curriculums. Background, Significance, Purpose and Study Setting As more and more districts, and most specifically teachers, feel the...
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    • 25 their primary language (L1) as well as their second language (L2). When children are able to read in both L1 and L2, they develop language skills in their L1, find it easier to read in English, and learn to read or improve reading skills in both...
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    • 31 In order to participate in society, literacy is essential. Illiteracy cannot help but have a direct, negative effect on quality of life, usually in the form of lost opportunities and lower wages. Access to fundamental information...
    • 1908, page 39

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    • 39 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. MANUAL TRAINING. MR. WOODBURY. I. Course a consists of the regular work of the Normal School and High School courses in Manual Training. Students should have sufficient technical knowledge of...
    • 1909, page 43

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    • 43 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. Machine Shop. Work with the milling machine, lathe, drills, etc., can be given to those qualified for the work. MANUAL TRAINING. MR. WOODBURY. I. Course a consists of the regular work...
    • 1911, page 48

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    • 48 MANUAL TRAINING. Mr. Gardner. I. Course a consists of the regular work of the Normal School and High School courses in Manual Training. Students should have sufficient technical knowledge of tools and their uses to be able to...
    • 1910, page 51

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    • 51 ing a thoro course here a student will feel perfectly at home in, the shops of the University or any other institution he may desire to enter to complete his engineering course. The machinery and tools are all of the latest improved lathes,...
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    • 53 English classes. Parents with low-literate children spoke only their native Spanish during the home visit interview and never mentioned that they were learning English. All parents interviewed for the home visits were either from Mexico or...
    • 1912, page 53

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    • 53 wood work about the home after having completed this work. Course b consists in the making of doors, sashes, frames, gates, tables, etc., and turning. II. Cabinet making and wood turning continued. A carpenter's work bench and a...
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    • :REES j bill, garnisked in green lowy clouds in the turquoise , sky a wKite patk leading to ••• tke doors of kigker learning tkrougk tkese doors pass tke many students wko make up tke life of B A. C. to tkis new life we ded icate our book.
    • yearbook1917i088: Advertisements

    • Beaver Murdock Academy--Beaver (Beaver County, Utah); School yearbooks
    • Advertisements. Edw. Fernley and Son make a specialty of Endwell Shoes. The latest styles in Gents' Furnishing. In addition we have a Fresh Stock of Groceries and Complete Line of Furniture. Hunter and Pollock, Barbers, Strictly First Class...
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    • Alumni magazine. This article was a part of the feature’s section, which highlights one student, faculty, and alumni called The Dixie Spotlight. I interviewed Brock Bybee, a faculty member who had undergone extensive brain surgery and recovered in...
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    • As evidenced by the photographs, the XVomen's Residence Hall has been popular this year. Although special permission is necessary for a male person to pass beyond the portals of the reception hall plus the fact that the doors close on week days at...
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    • away. We started to run out of wine glasses as people would go for a second glass, so Byron and I grabbed as many wine glasses as we could and ran them upstairs and had one of the Heritage Center workers washing them and running them back...
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    • BUY NOW! Since building materials have become so costly that it has been almost impossible for the man of average means to build the kind of a home that he would like to build, we have been putting forth every effort to get good material for the...

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