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    • Houses, 97 S. 300 W.

    • Cedar City (Iron County, Utah)--Buildings; Dwellings
    • This house used to stand on the present (1982) site of Henry Jones home on 97 S. 300 W. across the street from the college. They held classes in it at one time. The house next to it is the old Dr. George W. Middleton Hospital, now the home of...
    • Culture, Messiah performance

    • Cedar City (Iron County, Utah)--History; Music
    • "This is the first production of Handel's Messiah ever to be produced in Cedar City. William Manning, the one who produced and conducted it, was just a new teacher at the BAC at the time. He is the man on the extreme left end of the first row."
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    • P R E S I D E N T As I look back over the twenty-six years I have been privileged to be associated with the Branch College, I have a flood of memories of what sometimes seemed slow but in perspective was sure and inevitable development from a high...
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    • L E A D E R S To them wKo give willingly of their time and effort that we may be more suited to venture forth into a w^orld of trial, to them who with understanding minds point out a direction to suc-cess, and to tnem who try to make our days in...
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    • Airing grievances, defending the sacred principles of a democratic school, and seeking justice are the alleged purposes of the B. A. C. student government. Composed of the three student body officers, two representatives from each class, and four...
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    • BRAWN BELOW THE HILL Batching is not a bad business if you have a strong back and a weak mind. It means mucking out an accumulation of dirt over a period of a week or two weeks. It means cooking a palatable meal with beans after a day at scbool. It...
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    • President^—Gwen Cooley; Faculty Adviser/—Dean Peterson P E P C L U B Some said it could not be done but tKe motto of tKese 20 girls was, "Never let it be said, tKat tKe Farmerettes do not Kave pep." TKis little club could be seen at all tKe Koine...
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    • W. A. A. A. W. S. Believing mat 'All work and no play makes Jill a dull girl," the Women's Athletic Associ-ation, in cooperation with Mrs. \Vhetten, creates interest in athletics by sponsoring intramural activities for all girls. Individual as well...
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    • Miss Knott Irene Parker HOME M A K E R S An organization of all girls interested in Home Economics . . . They believe that home making is essential in all walks of life. Their time is divided between making blue and white pep flags, tKus fulfilling...
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    • HOME MAKERS If you sKouId enter the Science Build-ing, go downstairs and to tKe left, you would find tKe Home EC. Department. Almost any time during tKe day, you could see someone stitcKing on a dress in tKe sewing room, and in tKe kitcKen, someone...
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    • S Y M P H O N Y O R C H E S T R A Under trie direction of Mr. Halverson, the B.A.C. symphony orchestra trough music to a new high at the B.A.C. They began by performing Handel's 'Messiah" in conjunction with the chorus and the soloist, presented a...
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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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    • WE ARE STILL GLAD WE LIVE IN CEDAR CITY The Home Of The B. A. C. BRADSHAW CHEVROLET COMPANY Cedar City, Utah ONCE AGAIN Despite all the difficulties P E N N E Y ' S Give you the values. ONCE AGAIN No compromise in any degree with Penney's...
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    • So this was the 48th year of B. A. C., and a war year. We old students who returned found things very different from other years. We who came for the first time found it to our liking in spite of changes. There were boys in our student body, too,...
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    • We tried to keep alive most of the old traditions of the B. A. C. Perhaps the greatest of these is the legend of the axe. Each time the axe was fought over and won, it gained new significance. In the spring of '43 our last victory was won...
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    • Yes, the organizations on the campus were changed. That is, the activities of the organizations were not as they were other years. To the stories we have heard of the organizations of recent years of the B. A. C. we compare those of this year of...

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