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    • yearbook1917i081: The Philomathean Club

    • Beaver Murdock Academy--Beaver (Beaver County, Utah); School yearbooks
    • The Philomathean Club. During the year 1915, eight live, active students, after much seriousness, organized a club which they christened the "Philomathean," meaning "Love of learning and letters." From that day until the present the club has been...
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    • they discovered t h a t , in that location, they were in the path of the floods which came down the Canyon in the summer. So, in 1856, acting in accordance with the advice of President Brigham Young, the town was moved again. This time the people...
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    • and father of the southern Utah colonies. Up until this time Henry Lunt had probably not been entirely sure of his place in the new community. Not being married and without an immediate need for a home, he had spent his time helping others on the...
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    • this opportunity to send you these few lines again, hoping it will reach you and find you all well as it leaves us at present through the mercy of God." " We received your most welcon~e and loving letter, my dear children, and we were most happy to...
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    • Utah becomes a state. Branch Normal School established in Cedar City. Gettins lumber for the building. .Acquiring property. Committees in charye. Picture of "Old Main." O n Jan. 4, 1896, Utah ("Eutaw" meaning "High up" or "In the tops of the...
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    • Henrietta's father, Henry Lunt, said goodbye to her in 1885 when he moved to Mexico but they corresponded frequently. Henrietta received a letter from Colonia Pacheco, Chihuahua Mexico from her father dated Nov. 5, 1900. I t reads as follows: "My...
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    • away, people would sometimes send for the prearhcr and ask him for whom the hell tolled, and the preacher would say to them that the bell tolled for everyone. "No man is an i l a n d entire to itself", he said, "every man is a piece of the...
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    • Coalville Roots ]ohn wrote: These are m y baby pictures. Dad would look at them and say "Booty Shood." That was the pet baby name he applied to me. I am not sure how the name "Booty Shood" originated. I do know that when I was old enough to begin...
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    • MARGARET LEIGH President NINA ASHBY GERTRUDE CHILDS FLORENCE PRINCE HELEN LUNT NANA KENNEY LOIS LOWMAN NINA RIGBY OPAL HARWARD NORDA GIBSON LA BERTA WOODBURY MARGARET PENDLETON CLAUDIA PENDLETON JOYCE JUDD VIRGINIA PORTER JEAN MATHESON MARILYN...
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    • STRAIGHT IS THE GATE 40 that the action of each boy perfectly mimics one another. Without understanding the meaning behind the action, each action could be construed as identical, but by understanding the “thick description” an observer clearly...
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    • STRAIGHT IS THE GATE 42 The interpretive mode. After the communication act is observed and recorded, the interpretive mode seeks to find the significance and importance in the act. In the interpretive mode it is important to identify the premises...
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    • STRAIGHT IS THE GATE 47 they wished; (4) removed the opportunity for participants to identify the expectation of the researcher from among a list of other options, as is the case with a questionnaire; and (5) through my giving of random...
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    • STRAIGHT IS THE GATE 48 (1) Meanings about being, personhood and identity. The first radiant answers the question, who am I or who are we? In addition to the actual words communicated by participants, there is additional information that they...
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    • STRAIGHT IS THE GATE 49 (3)Meanings about acting, action and practice. People act explicitly or implicitly to communicate messages. By interpreting these actions a researcher can gain a richer understanding of the practice. Messages about action...
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    • STRAIGHT IS THE GATE 96 is difficult for them to unite with one voice. Because traditionally studied co-cultures maintain close contact with the dominant group, it can be difficult to understand how the mainstream communication structure does not...

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