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    • 1915 18

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    • LESTER THORLEY. "I dare do all that may become a man· Who dare do more is none!" VERDA LYMAN. "Silence is the perfect herald of joy." Verda possesses the herald some­times, other times she talks. RASS JONES. He has done his school good ser­vice and...
    • 1915 36

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    • ~ Three Years at High School HOW the time flies! And yet as we look back upon those three years of happy school life, filled to the brim with so many pleasant experiences, and see the work we have accomplished, the many dear friends we have made,...
    • 1915 96

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    • A Little Laughter A LOVE LETTER. The following unique epistle was picked up lately in the street: "Dear Bill, The reason I didn't laff when you laft at me in the post office yesterday, was becos I hev a bile on my face, and I can't laff. If I laff...
    • 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...
    • 1930_all 21

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    • Scene from "Seventh Heaven" "Seventh Heaven' 'T^HE Branch Agricultural College has long enjoyed a splendid reputation for its Dramatic productions. The college plans to produce at least one full-length play each year. The cast is selected from both...
    • 1930_all 24

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    • Music at the B. A. C. \ the close of last year it seemed ^that the Music department at the College had taken quite a slump. Four years ago four strong teachers headed the band, strings, piano, and vocal departments. Great things were done, good...
    • 1930_all 26

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    • B Teams BY winning the championship this year for the third time in four years of competition, the high school stock judging teams of the Branch Agricultural College brings to the school the cup awarded by the Og-den Live Stock Show as a...
    • Page 67

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    • MILLARD COUNTY CLUB CARL ASHBY President ISOBEL FINLINSON Vice-President FRED WHSDEN MAVIS JOHNSON GARR ASHBY EUGENE STEPHENSON FRANK LYMAN THEON FINLINSON GLAIR PORTER JOYCE JUDD CLAYTON STRATTON GORDON NEILSON NINA RIGBY NAYON CAHOON NELDA...
    • Page 106

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    • Martha and Gertrude Shoot OH! OH! Two of a Kind The First Snow Help! The Student Life and Campus Personalities of the Branch Agricultural Col-lege have given color to the 1937-1938 school year. There are so many humor-ous events perhaps many of...
    • Page 88

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    • '43 Headed by Milt JoIIey, the freshman have come through the year with plenty of spirit and representation in every field. They success-fully promoted the College Prom and have been together for many special good times. They participated in the...
    • Page 55

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    • The Craftsmen Club, though in only the first year of its existence, has acted as a stimulating influence to the other clubs and to the student body in general It livened up school activities to a great extent and many times provided worth while...
    • Page 91

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    • HOW TO ARRIVE AT YOUR INCOME TAX First take your Income. Add wife's Income. Divide by your oldest son's age Add your telephone number Add electric light bill. Divide by number of kilowatts Multiply by your father's age. Add number of gold fillings...
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    • February 20 1941 President Elmer G Peterson launched his twenty-seventh year as President of the Utah State Agricultural College and of the Branch Agricultural College. He has seen registration at our 'Senior' institution grow to four times the...
    • Page 37

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    • RAY BUNKER, seems to. like the Seniors, but prefers the "girl from home." LUCY HEATON, majors in Business, a Beta and has big brown eyes. KEITH CHRISTENSEN, always seems to have the right answer to Mr. Finlinson's questions. How does he do it? GALE...
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    • e a Ci u Don't let this picture mislead you - this is the happiest they have looked all year. With "Pa" as chef, these future spies of America have sampled real German delicacies, as well as absorbed much knowledge of the country — as it used to...
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    • ROY L. HALVERSEN, B. S. Associate Professor of Music C. WAYNE COOK, B. S., M. S. Assistant Professor of Range Management DAVID L. SARGENT, B. S., M. S. Associate Professor of Agriculture and Biology MAVIS JOHNSON, Registrar HAROLD M....
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    • This was a different year at school. We were upset and disturbed with the thought that maybe we were not doing our part by staying in school and not doing something more closely connected with the war effort. We hesitated to have too many good...
    • Page 63

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    • The Girls Dormitory was the home of at least thirty-five girls for the entire school year and more than forty-five at the beginning of the fall quarter. Miss Aileen Erickson made a very motherly matron and kept the girls all well most of the time...
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    • Dressed in their little black suits an exceptionally large creative dancing class met three times a week and, under the fine super-vision of Mrs. Whetten, made up dances for the Revue. Seventy-one
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    • Marian Bennion, Editor Veda Kenney, Bus. Mgr. Lights burning in the wee hours the day before a section had to be in; Olaf, Ava, and Mr. Nelson staggering about loaded with cameras and light equipment; groups of people with fixed expres-sions on...

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