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    • Houses, Edward Parry

    • Cedar City (Iron County, Utah)--Buildings; Dwellings
    • "This house was built by Welch immigrant, Edward Parry, who had crossed the plains with the Stevens hand-cart company and had been sent to Cedar City to assist the efforts of the Deseret Iron Company. A fine, two-story structure, the home had a...
    • 1915 5

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    • History of the B.A. C. "GREAT thing have small beginnings." So it is written in all the books, and so it repeats itself and is acted out year after year in everything. The B. A. C. is no exception. In 1913 the Legislature of the great State of Utah...
    • 1915 8

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    • SARAH HUTTEBALL. HThu.s grief still treads upon the heels of pleasure; Married in haste we may repent at leisure." :ROBERT S. GARDNER, B. S. He appreciates a joke, the value of concentrated, steady effort, and a two years' course in German. A man...
    • 1915 9

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    • DAVID SHARP, B. S. The biggest little man in school. Beloved by every student. PARLEY DALLEY, B. S. In mathematics he is greater than Urdman, Harriot, or Descates, and with his kindness and his patience he has won the love and respect of all the...
    • 1915 10

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    • JACK CHRISTENSEN, B. S. Our coach and Mrs. Christensen's husband. Bluffs his men into doing great stunts. . GILBE,RT L. JANSON, B. S. People think him bashful. Miss Decker thinks people foolish. RUBY LEIGH, B. S. The angels named her And they made...
    • 1915 11

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    • ALBERT N. TOLLESTRUP. Who, when the opera girl so meek Forgets her lines and cannot speak, Keeps swearing almostall the week? Mr. Tollestrup. RANDALL L. JONES, B. M. T. Yes, Mr.· Jones is m,arried but he sure don't act like it. When he's in the...
    • 1915 13

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    • \'~; VERA PACE. Behold the sparkle in her eye! Her time has been largely taken up with gaining honor&. The most con­vincing orator in school. LAFAYETTE JOLLEY. "Muse not that I thus suddenly proceed; For what I will, I will, and there's an...
    • 1915 15

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    • EULA BARTON. Her mind is her fortune, Her eyes a delight, An.d with Alma e'er near her, Her future's in sight. JAMES ESPLIN. "Describe him who can, An abridgem,ent of all that was pleasant in man." LULA CORRY. "Bright as the sun her eyes the gazers...
    • 1915 16

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    • EUGENE WOODBURY. The long fellow of our class,. His motto: "Nothing's so hard but search will find it out!" BESSIE ESPLIN. A brilliant student who covers her learning with unassuming modesty. ALMA JACOBSON. "A combin.ation, and a form,...
    • 1915 17

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    • CORA ESPLIN. I t would be difficult to picture her other than studious. Is she a grind? Certainly not.. She's a jewel. LA VERNA SLACK. Sincerity, thoroughness, efficiency and true worth are the words she keeps ever before her. She...
    • 1915 19

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    • RAMONA CLARK. A maiden fair, A sweet voice rare; Known to the school as "Sweet Lavender." ALBIN BROOKSBY. A diamond in the rough, his aim is high. HORTENSE WOODBURY. Quiet and unassuming, but win­some and bonnie, with- a maidenly charm and...
    • 1915 20

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    • HAROLD MITCHELL. His charming manner will take him through the world. JOSEPHINE MYERS. Joe, our Joe, with her laugh so light and gay, Endears herself to us by stronger -links each day. OTTO DALLEY. His smiling face as the great eye of heaven smiles...
    • 1915 22

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    • WILSON LUNT. His jokes are original, likewise his deeds. DELLA BULLOCK.­" Those graceful acts, those thou­sand decencies that daily flow From all her words and actions." ROICE B. NELSON An excellent student for he has a constant inspiration, his...
    • 1915 23

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    • KATIE THORLEY. To her school none has been more loyal. J}.r' _ ORA DALLEY. "If to her share some female errors fall, Look on her face and you'll forget them all." CLYDE BUNKER. A splendid athlete and a natural leader.
    • 1915 26

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    • ANNA JENNINGS. "Nothing ill can dwell in such a temple." CORA HULET. "Her voice was ever soft, gentle" and low, An excellent thing in woman." DORA PERRY. "Here is a look, a winsome face That m,akes simplicity a grace."

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