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    • "Look, he i winding the watch of his wit; By and by it will strike." DURHAlI.l MORRIS "The heights hy great men reached and kept Were not attained by sud­den fligh t, But they, while their com­panions slept, Were toiling" upward in...
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    • BERT FARl SWORTH His wit and cheerfulness throw sunlight on all the paths of life. VEDA WILKINSON "There is no object so foul that her intense light will not Inake beautiful." 27 VICTOR IVERSO "He is happy whose circum­stances suit his temper; But...
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    • RAY THOMAS He's married, and that's just plenty about him. FLOSSIE GARDNER Practice makes perfect-even 111 hot air peddling. LURA ELDER Faculty bug. DURHAM MORRIS I shall never be aware of my own wit until I break my shins against it. ONETA...
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    • CEDAR CITY ORDINANCES (Excerpts) From: Original Ordinance Book No. 1 in t h e City files. The book i s also registered by t h e Utah State Historical Society-Archivist, W . R . Palmer. An Ordinance dividing Cedar City into Wards. [Old Fort o r Plat...
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    • During the time of the iron boom, he was called to go to Iron Springs to guard the water hole; and, later he helped s t a r t a settlement there. He died April 2 4 , 1 9 1 9 . From: Iron County Record, 11-7-74 "Tidbits of History ," by Wm. R....
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    • Porter, Fred W. N'alton and David W. Moffdt all of Salt Lake Cit), State of Utah." T h r following are a few of thc Articles u I ~ ~ ~ u r p o r a t i o n : [ .ARTICLE 111 "The object, husiness and pursuit of said corporation shall he to huy, sell,...
    • Socotwa text: page 035

    • Glen Canyon (Utah and Ariz.); Rafting (Sports)--Colorado River (Colo.-Mexico)
    • Star Dusters: Captain Bob Wilson, 1511 Grant Street, Berkeley 3, California, was the tall, handsome fellow who could do anything; he played the ukulele, lead various activities, sang clever songs, and forever had a smile and a kind word on his...
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    • PERSONALITY Tom Williams "Biggest sluffer. Howard Knight "Dry wit." Ivy Ward "Most quiet." Roberta Platt "Best sport." Jack Nelson "Quick wit." 123
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    • P a g e | 26 Example 2: A Double-decker Horror I was about thirteen years old and on my way to purchase bread. I had just crossed the first street from my home—I will always remember—it was Browning Street. I heard the screeching of metal on...
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    • 55 Table 3 How Barriers to School Gardens were Overcome for Garden Success A Likert scale was used to test this thesis’ hypothesis that the barriers to school gardens in public, suburban school districts were lack of (a) growing time or climate,...
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    • SOPHOMORES HENRY BERGSTROM, President If a whizz of a student is called a shark, Henry must be a whale. ANTHON LUNT, Vice President Pa, give me a nickle, I want to be tough. OSCAR OLSEN, Secretary-Treasurer The biggest little boy in school. MIRIAN...
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    • SOPHOMORES XTHELMA GARDNER What book shall I read next? MILO CORRY Smart society is made up of the worldly, the fleshy, and the develish. RALPH PERKINS Lie, steal, murder, burn, fight, any thing for a little excitement. FERN ASHDOWN A tart temper...
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    • PARLEY DflLLEY, Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Mathematics, is held in high esteem by everyone. He is the oldest faculty member but has a young and alert mind. GWENDOLYN HflNSEN, Instructor in Business, has music wherever she goes—keys I...
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    • Memories of the little things made this school year fun, like . . . Mr. Ashcroft's wit and Mr. Cooley's helpfulness from their familiar place on the stairs. The footprints of the Dorm's "peeping Tom" and Marie's efforts to catch him. Fifty-three
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 72 percent of photographic coverage in all ‘animal system’-themed stories averaged 16% of the 85 total stories that were coded as stories that contained the same textual and photographic theme. In addition, twelve out of the...

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