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    • HOWARD MATHEWS Cedar City Education MUREIL MATHEWS Scipio Business ONDA MILLER Cedar City Home Economics KATHERINE MITCHELL Parowan Education RUTH OLDROYD Loa Business HALL L. ORTON Parowan Mechanics PAUL T. ORTON Parowan Mechanics ERMA...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 20 greatly contribute to viewer’s perception as some participants in their study have been found to read more into the story or attention may be directed to more information than what the author is trying to communicate through the...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 74 is also jointly supported by both portions. The textual portion’s third theme describes the terrain in which the remnants were found and how the remnants were able to stay preserved. The photographic portion’s third theme focuses on...
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    • EFFECTS OF BACKGROUND MUSIC 8 need (Wigram &Gold, 2006). From ancient times, people have had the idea that music can express emotion. Some also believe that music can actually produce emotion. These two different ideas may help explain the...
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    • 'Distinguisliea Service .9lwara :Mary Visser Mary Visser's friendship and support have been great boons to Southern Utah University. Her attention to the educational growth and development of her own children has created within her a deep concern...
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    • Honorary Degree Kate B. Carter Catherine Vigdus Bearnson Carter was born July 30, 1892, in Spanish Fork, Utah, the daughter of Finnbogi (Tim) and Josephine Marie Christine Jenson Bjornson (Bearnson), converts to the Church of Jesus Christ...
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    • Frank A. Thorley Recital Hall Thorley Music Hall was built during World War I. It was an im­pressive, two-story, white stucco, colonial-style building with the characteristic white columns supporting porch and portico. It was surrounded by lovely...
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    • Frank A. Thorley Recital Hall Thorley Music Hall was built during World War I. It was an im­pressive, two-story, white stucco, colonial-style building with the characteristic white columns supporring porch and port ico. It was surrounded by lovely...

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