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    • Owen. Thomas, who did not get manied until 1905, became involved in working elsewhere;consequently, he could only spend a little time working on the f a m When Oscar and George got married, Thomas wrote that the responsibility fe11 on him to...
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    • down. We took the cheese vat out and made the cheese house for a living room for mother and put the stove i the 'lean-to.' We had a room back of this we n called a saddle house and this, the boys slept in, but some of us went to the barn to sleep....
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    • rock had to he heated by fires in order to break it more easily. Dirt and other material had to he carried to cover the rock that couldn't be hroken. Pretty soon Mr. Parry told Henry he thought he would sooner walk. Henry thought that was pretty...
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    • STRAIGHT IS THE GATE 91 Although nothing can replace the loss of a parent, the loss was made easier because of the strength of the family and the closeness of the community. After returning to the other dinner guests, we all talked about their...
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    • that the Lunts usually had more than anyone else in town. They always had a garden because they had a stream of water to use for inigation running through their property. There was very little water i Pacheco during the dry months, but the Lunts...
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    • iGRIEVE 55 personally pledge to remember Jobs may not be explicitly tied to his goals and values, but they may indicate that the action of buying an Apple product keeps those goals and values alive. Positive reappraisal: Appreciation of time spent...
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    • 94 Scheduled interviews for the third project were interrupted by the many activities at the end of school. Students were talked to when their projects came in either before or after school. The eighth grade students at Parowan High School do not...
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    • manufacture of iron. Drama, for which Cedar has now become nationally known, was a favorite interest and avocation of the townspeople from the earliest days. Amusements, recreations of various kinds, and celebrations of important events livened up...
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    • necessity of having a full attendance of children and grown people at conference next Saturday and Sunday. Sept. 18-19. . . . . Conference - U.T. Jones released as Stake President. Oct. 20, 1909. . . L. W. Jones said he had been very much...
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    • about Sarah. He said, "You just go and te11 her to come back. We're not a-going to hurt her. She doesn't need to fear anything. There isn't a Mexican in this country who would harm your mother in any shape or form. When you get out there, you te11...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 212 20. What is radio? It's a situation where it's looking for friends. It's working hard to be friends. Radio is going to play your favorite music. It may not reach every individual niche but by and large...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 224 Morgan skinner November 20, 2013 Broadcast Consultant Rockwell Media Services St George, UT 1. What is radio's future? It can be what you want to make it. It is changing so dramatically so quickly that the...
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    • "Dumb Dumb" P e i- A "Ronnow" * I i t i e Carmen Carpenter, better known as "Dumb Dumb" has won a host of Aggie friends with her vim, vigor, and vitality. She has been outstanding for her work in secretarial science. The B.A.C. students will always...
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    • 147 TESSA'S GROUNDING Ml ..~ 1Ou.ll. to~.oo lit".... yoo ~_ ",I»> Ill> abQuI.~ .u.lTnsa·~ I1'IllIhoT Ten.. ~""'" all righl She had l..~en lhr ear 10 ....ColfaJl, ",n""", l'I'.m",1Ofl GetunJ W sp«dmJ lIe~CI only 1t1
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    • Emotions in Conflict 43 Both of these examples illustrate a lack of participation and support on the parent's end which left the teachers feeling underappreciated. Glenn expressed his perspective when appreciation is not addressed as a feeling that...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 77 understanding about the difficulties of his experience. The photographs, which were coded as ‘geographical’ (most dominant) and ‘environmental’ (second most prevalent), more frequently capture the enormity of Alaska and...
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    • Emotions in Conflict 54 Respecting Decisions When asked about the role of autonomy in working with parents to resolve concerns, each one of the teachers in this study mentioned the importance of respecting their decisions. When Matthew was asked...

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