Mon. Jan. 16, 1899: Ther. 11 am. 38º., Wea. some clouds hurrying east the same thing over again. Father & I began to feel a little better. Tuesday 17: Ther. 5 pm. 48º., Wea. clear. I felt enough better today that I took the shot gun and went...
Mon. June 10, 1901: + Ther. Cool., Wea. Cloudy Colder Wind, Snow & Rain, It snowed and rained awhile today just enough to make it quite disagreeable, but not enough to do any good. I camped over in the hallow south of the dipping correll. on...
Wed. May 29, 1901: + Ther. Warm., Wea. Clouds, They brought out enough sheep to finish my herd this forenoon I now have about 2,500 (2,531) in all 23 blacks and 14 bells. We moved up near the foot of the mountain I could’nt get the sheep to the...
Thurs. Feb. 26, 1903: Ther. Cold N. wind., Wea. Clouds, Noon Cold and blustery, Herded north & north-east of camp, George is out hunting the lost sheep, he failed to find it. But little thawing today. We had a little blustery weather about noon...
Mon. Mar. 16, 1903: Ther. Cool S.E. breeze., Wea. Cloudy. We turned back this afternoon and camped in the draw about one third of a mile above our camp of the 13th inst. Snow is becoming considerable of an object with us now. 40) Tuesday 17: Ther....
Fri. Aug. 4, 1905: Ther. Very warm, Wea. few clouds We finished our canvassing east of Tesca, today, attended the Baptist meeting tonight. gave out an appointment for a meeting sunday at eleven (11 am) Mr. Denson just closed his meetings tonight,...
Wed. Oct. 11, 1905: Ther. Pleasant., Night nearly cold enough for frost. Wea. Clear We intended to have gone on this morning but neither of us felt like walking so we put it off another day. The cause of our trouble was, we ate too much fresh beef...
Sat. Oct. 28, 1905: Ther. Colder norther, Wea. Cldy. Frank Dixon who was staying with Mr. Millwell died this morning about four oclock of Brights Disease and Dropsy. We didn’t get much sleep last night. We hit the road as soon as it was light...
11 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL.
games and out of door sports, but it is also taking an interest in other phases of physical education.
The student body of the Branch Normal is self-governing. An organization known as...
Mon. Feb. 2, 1914: Ther. Cold- Wea. Clear all day. No doubt but the ground hog could see his shadow plain enough today as the sun has shown bright all day. I hauled a box of pine, then one of green cotton wood. Tuesday 3: Ther. Cool., Wea. Clouded...
Sat. May 9, 1914: Ther. Warm Wea. Thin Clds. Plowed and planted a little more corn, after listing enough to make up about an acre. I am afraid the listing process leaves the ground too dry for corn to come Sunday 10: Ther. Warm Wea. Clds Went to...
If it were not for the pretty girls and
Will's disposition he would be a
My kingdom for silks, automobiles
and a man.
JUNIOR MC CONNELL
Nature has produced strange things in
She's a darling...
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,
HE Music Department of the Branch Agri-cultural
College made this year, for the first
time, an entry into the contests sponsored by
the Federation of Music Clubs of America. It
is a gratifying bit of history made, because, in
The oNew Gymnasium
THLETICS at the college this year entered upon a
new era. For years our basketball teams have
struggled under the handicap of a makeshift gymna-sium,
inadequate in all respects. Not only was it
adverse to good training but it was...
31 Days August 1928 7 Tues-9 not doing enough work to hurt any body these days 10 Fri. Came up to the Camp to see the Doctor. he think I can go to work on the 16th. 11 Sat.-13 Mon. Doing a little irrigating in the alfalfa fields The water is...
The Junior College Tournament
r~p*HE Rocky Mountain Junior Col-kge
Basketball Tournament is a
Southern Utah idea. The first meet
was held at Snow College in 1924
with only four teams participating.
The following year, with other
schools added, the...
EI.MFR G. PETERSON
ANTHONY \Y. 1V1NS
President of Hoard
WALTER K. GRANGER
Chairman ii. A. C. Committee
T HAVE felt that the students
from the Branch College have the
opportunity to provide more than
their share of the leadership...
Geology Trip to Toroweap Valley
and Grand Canyon
YDA, Gilbert, Wendell, Thresa,
Gaorgia, George, Kate, Wes,
Red, Fat, Dave, Thora, Mable,
Frank, and two Arthurs left the
B. A. C. Thursday, March 13, at four
o'clock in an automobile, two Fords