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(1909 results)



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    • Edwin L. Peterson Social Science Rex F. Daly Assistant Professor in Agricultural Economics CKarles B. Cooley (On Leave) Associate Professor of Vocational and Industrial Education TKeron AsKcroft Assistant Professor in PKysics...
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    • (^ j% ^^j «J#* ^ <+A MARK BRADSHAW Education Leni MAX COWAN Business Cedar City DON JEFFERIES Industrial Arts Grantsville LAMONT BENNETT Agriculture Deseret DICK DOVER Industrial Arts Cedar City YORKE NELSON Business Cedar City KEITH...
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    • JACK ANDERSON . . . Business, Cedar City RUTH ADAMS . . . Business, Parowan VIVIAN ADAMS . , Education, Kanab ALICE ANDERSON . . . Business, Cedar City ANNA J. ARMSTRONG . . Home Economics, Enoch BERTHA ASHBY . . . Home Economics, Holden BETH...
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    • REALM OF THE FAIR SEX They say there's mystery behind the swing-ing doors of the girls' dorm and a person can t get in after l i p . m., but I found a peak hole once and things were so interesting I spent the entire year of 1941 and '42 just...
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    • Mo Warm Anderson Parry Womanhood Award A business major . . . inter-ested in dramatics . . . person-ality girl and women's Pan Hellenic president . . . one of trie fairer residents of the girls' dormitory . . . says she is bashful, but just ask...
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    • A G C L U B The Ag Club started a banner year with a field trip in Cedar valley visiting a variety of farm industries that have developed in this section. A series of variety lecture luncheons featuring prominent men in agriculture in Southern Utah...
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    • I N S T I T U T E \VKiIe the faculty up on tne Kill sees to it that our minds are devolped as muck as possible. G. O. Larsen, Direc-tor of the Institute, takes care of our souls. Not only does tne Institute give us religion and Kelp develop tKose...
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    • MoWana Anderson Maurene Banks Helen CKristensen Joyce CKristensen Helen Dalley Yvonne Davis Mary Louise Ewing June Fidel Rutn Foster RutK HaigKt Geneal Hallows Addie Lund Donna Matnis Clara Jean Nelson Irene Parker Norma ScKmutz Fay Taylor Florence...
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    • Beth AsKman Vilda Bowman DorotKy Bradshaw Deon Childs Clay Childs Gwen Cooley Lucy Hess Beth Corry Marian Graff Mary Leone Haight LaRue Hanseen Lucy Heaton Margaret Hoyle Marolyn Jones Mariam Leigh TKirza Little Marjorie Marsden Afton...
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    • D E L T A S I G M A • H Hi I : ALPHA OMICRON TKe Alpha Omicron Chapter of this organization is equally active. Besides the regular meetings they have held several stag parties, and have joined with the girls in some social functions. Indeed, Lambda...
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    • MOWANA ANDERSON^more frequently referred to as "Blondie". Her cnarming personality is contagious. Competency in scKoIarsKip, ability to make friends, and sincerity in Ker desire to be belpful won for ker tKe Parry WomanKood Award. . . Proud to be a...
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    • BURNS L. FINLINSON, B. S., M. S. Asso-ciate Professor of Social Sciences Dean of Men VIRGINIA B. LARSEN Instructor in Music DONALD K. NELSON, B. S. Librarian C. AILEEN ERICKSEN, B. S., M. S. Assistant Professor of Clothing and Textiles THERON...
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    • Marian Reunion, Melba Stephenson, Julia Stevens, Muriel Mathews, Bar-bara Stephenson As the students assembled at the B. A. C. in the fall, it was surprising to note just how many of them came from Millard County. There were eighteen students and...
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    • cM-elle+Uc. Council MISS ERICKSON MRS. WHETTEN MISS BASTGW MELBA STEPHEN-SON CHLORIS BOWMAN DONNA MAY WRIGHT ELAINE LEIGH VEDA KENNEY The peacemakers of the campus met about once every two weeks and ironed out difficulties between the; Betas and...
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    • Beta The Phi Alpha Beta Sorority was founded on the B. A. C. campus in 1921 and has been active ever since, holding up its standards and helping make the B. A. C.'s social life pleasant and worth while. During the year of 1945 this sorority lived...

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