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    • The Girls' Dormitory /T"^HE Dormitory started off with a bang. We had several dis-putes over which sheets went into which room. We were even guilty of yelling "Say you," at the teach-ers. Finally we settled down for a little while. Then, during the...
    • 1927 160

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    • f S Make Skaggs Safeway Store Your Bank By depositing your money at the Skaggs Safeway Store, you save from ten to thirty per cent daily. Your daily purchasing is your big-gest investment. Our Motto is, Quality, Quantity and Service for the least...
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    • STUDENT LIFE Bring 'em back alive. It's Marg's treat to the Staff. Nice and friendly. Just showing off. See No. 3. Do tell. Now, let me see. Private property. Down on tip toes. Pretty—Huh?
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    • STUDENT LIFE Mr. Flannigan's Rock Garden. The Library Typest. And he used to be such a nice little chap. If Nelson ever gets that darn car dug out— Two birds eye views. Just like a ford. 99
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    • Shorthand Lucky Stiff High Grade Stuff Smile Pretty That's Better Cronies Nuff Said Nice Picture joying this huge black kettle full of delicious stew down at Zion, the Fresh-man Class members were getting acquainted on an old-fashioned hay ride and...
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    • Working their way through college . . . Need we say more . . . The heighth of optimism as demonstrated by H. B., just an-other "Benny Goodman" . . . You may remember the street dance, just "jammen" a little . . . Hairless Joe, Polecat Pete, Daisy...
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    • IONE BARNEY, She's quiet and nice; likes Vic. VIC DAVIS, He specializes in shop and lone. DON CARTWRIGHT, The satire from Parowan who goes in for opera. IRIS HEATON, Flies an airplane and sings grand opera. ELLIOT HULET, Spends most of his time in...
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    • AFTON MERRYWEATHER, she's as nice as her hair is pretty. Seems to like Phys. Ed. WALLACE ARMSTRONG, another business student. He likes the Girls' Dorm, or is it the girls who live there? DOROTHY BRADSHAW, a very neat dresser; is always up to...
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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...
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    • L. NORTON LATIMER, rather "Short"? But seems to make the best of it. Youvcan even see him on the back row of the cr^rusAlTAHNA LUKE, one of the sweetest kids in the Dorm. A very lovable person, not only for girls, but for boys as well. BRYANT...
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    • NORMA SMITH, took Accounting, but didn't express her opinion of the class. GEORGE WHITTAKER, he likes girls, but won't admit it. Aren't all men that way? MARY JANE STEPHENSON, a Dorm girl that does a lot of entertaining, and it's al-ways the same...
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    • Using a hoe to remove the fuzz. Two Genials having their fun. Makes a nice pair. Indian camp at Zion National Park. Up in the air over something. Paul and his family. May we join you, Pa? 93
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    • Gee! Doesn't Viv look tough? The B. A. C. is geared for war Now Cooley, is that nice? Campus Belles, or what "Goal Week" can do to a perfectly re-spectable person.
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    • G I R L S ' I N T R f l M U R f l L S The athletic ability of the girls as well as boys can be tested here at the B. A. C. The intramurals for girls held every year really brings out most every one's talents along some line of sports. The games...
    • 1898, Jan 1

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    • Sat. Jan. 1, 1898: Wea. very fine Being in Rockville in the morning I went home on horse back with uncle John. We had a large crowd at home, and had a picnic and some nice music We had a dance at Springdale in the evening. Sunday 2: Wea. clear...
    • 1898, Feb 10

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    • Thurs. Feb. 10, 1898: Wea. Pleasant thin clouds. I worked on the rock wall at the head of the orchard below the point. A. Russell and dan and father were helping also. Father got two of his fingers mashed between two rocks Friday 11: Ther. 37...
    • 1898, Apr 15

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    • Fri. April 15, 1898: Ther. warm Wea. cloudy We finished the fence in the forenoon thin clouds distant thundering in the south after noon. Father & I went to the L. Meadows after some potatoes for Dan to take home. we had a nice shower this...

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