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    • 1915 109

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    • Students Come and Students Go, But We Are Here Forever The point in this to remember is that when you are far a.way-back in the old home-you can still enjoy the advantage of our big, well selected stock' of Merchandise. You have got a,cquainted...
    • 1916 5

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    • The Founding of the "A" l1T WAS on the twenty-second of October that we built the "A" on the mountain side. \;Ve built I that letter as an expression, to all who behold it, of the loyalty and high esteem we have for our school. It is a monument...
    • 1916 13

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    • Senior Dignity BT I...IAST, after four years of climbing, we have reached the goal. There have been many pitfalls by the"- way to hinder, for a time, our onward progress. but through perseverance \ve have suc­ceeded. r-';'our seemingly short years...
    • 1916 99

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    • Jokes lVIr. Christensen (in Physical Geography): Now, Mar­tin, can you tell the class why lightning never strikes twice in the same place? l\lart: Because after it hits once the same place ain't there any more. (In B. B.~ meeting.) Woolley: In...
    • 1930_all 50

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    • PEP CLUB Pep Girls were organized in February, 1930, with Elliot Eat-ough as their President and Arr Nita Urie as Secretary. The aim of the Pep Girls has been to instill into the school "pep," "spirit," and "life," and to support all Student Body...
    • 1930_all 61

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    • II I Southern Utah Mortuary Co. j MODERN AMBULANCE and FUNERAL COACH EQUIPMENT R. E. WINTERROSE Licensed Embalmer Offices and Show-rooms at Milford, Utah Cedar City, Utah Beaver, Utah St. George, Utah j QUALITY BAKERY NUMBER TWO Wholesome Bakery...
    • 1927 167

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    • EL ESCALANTE SERVICE STATION Cedar City Tires, accessories, quick service, vulcanizing, rest rooms n^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
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    • FOR LOW COST—COMFORT AND CONVENIENCE-TRY CHEVROLET FIRST Knee Action — Hydraulic Brakes — Shock Proof Steering — Turret Top Complete Line of Genuine Accessories SERVICE MIIfflMESF PARTS BRADSHAW CHEVROLET COMPANY CEDAR CITY, UTAH OLDSMOBILE SALES...
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    • Wealth of the World is the Youth of America. And to i an integral part of that Youth—the students of the Branch Agri-mi College—we dedicate this book. In the pages of this they have written a story that will be cherished always in their memories....
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    • DAN HEAPS, he's a swell guy for a sheepherder; and sheepherders are nice people. MO WANA ANDERSON, the "blondie" of the Dorm. You will probably see her anywhere. LINEL MINER, decided he had better start to plan for the future, so he went to the...
    • Page 43

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    • LUZON KNELL, will be leaving us this spring to join Dean in the "Middle Aisle." FRANCELLE LEIGH, she learned about love the hard way. MARIAM LEIGH, can't see any use to it all. MARY CAROL LEIGH, joined us again after a year in a California girl's...
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    • The Freshmen were a lively group—full of pep and always ready for whatever came along. They assumed a great deal of leadership of the school and did their share toward the success of the school, year of 1945. Most of the would-be Freshmen were on...
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    • Products of Home Furnish-ing class displayed in the library. Practical courses in Foods, Clothing, and Home Furnishings gave the girls an opportunity to make many useful articles. The drapes, chair covers, rugs, and others pictured are a sample of...
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    • We had our basketball games and lighted the "A" when we were victorious. The peppy cheerleaders added life to the small cheering section. The Beta Valentine as-sembly was cleverly and beautifully presented dur-ing Beta Week. Mr. Gledhill's...
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    • For Aggies of the B. A. C. this year of 1945 has been full of m> usual experiences. This has been a different year for all of us. We have missed the fellows who would have been here had it not been for the war, and we have missed the normal...
    • Page 82

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    • O R C H E S T R A Under the efficient leadership of Roy L. Halversen the orchestra learned the score of the Messiah and accompanied the principals and chorus in its presentation. They will also furnish music for the commence-ment activities. Some...
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    • O P H O M O R E S S These are the Sophomores who have lasting memories of Sorority and Frat dan ces and thrilling ball games Memories of times when seeing a fellow on the campus was a rarity and then to have them swarm the campus again. They have...
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    • R E S H M E N And these are the Freshmen, with High School yells and cheers still ringing in their ears. They have begun to understand what our campus life is all about. They survived freshman initiations and goat week. They talk about their beaux,...
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    • OAT WEEK Tkis was tKe unforgettable week wken tke girls learned kow dearly tkey depended on make-up and curls. Tke fellows learned tke persuasive powers of tke traditional paddle. Goats scrubbed floors, polisked cars, made cakes and measured tke...

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