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Copyright 1935 



OTTO DONE EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 

OAKLEY EVANS BUSINESS MANAGER 



PRINTING AND PLATES 

BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY PRESS 



BINDING 

PROVO BOOK BINDERY, PROVO 



PHOTOGRAPHY 

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PUBLISHED BY THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS 

OF BRIGHAM YOUN6 UNIVERSITY 

AT PROVO, UTAH 




To you we give a picture of our 
Brigham Young University, hoping, 
that in the pages that follow we 
have caught a spark of that 'Y' 
spirit which has made us famous 
as The Friendly School 



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ACTIVITIES 
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We dedicate this book 
To the man whose sympathy and understanding are 
a constant inspiration to us; to the leader who 
lives among us rather than above us; to the friend 
who is the living embodiment of the Spirit of the 
Y - President Franklin S. Harris. 




President FRANKLIN S. HARRIS 



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CAMPUS 



From the ancient ivy-covered walls of the 
Education building to the classic marble beauty of 
the Maeser Memorial, we love it. We regret to 
forsake the lower campus, so rich in tradition and 
memories, but in our crystal ball we see a vision 
of University Hill in the near future, crowned with 
a campus unsurpassed in the entire country for 
beauty of site, layout, and surrounding scenery. 



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ADMINISTRATION 



Every day in our university there are problems 
to solve, decisions to make, policies to determine, 
which require intelligent and broad-minded leader- 
ship. We pride ourselves on our leaders, who are 
guiding us quickly and surely to a warm place in 
the sun of intellectual achievement. 



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PRESIDENT HEBER J. GRANT 
L D. S. Church 

Representing the youth of the Church, 
we express our sincere admiration for a 
great leader whom we have the privilege of 
following - Heber J. Grant, President of 
the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day 
Saints, and President of the Board of Trus- 
tees. 



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DR. JOHN A. WIDTSOE 
Commissioner of Education 



The qualities in Dr. Widtsoe which 
have made him a loyal church leader and a 
profound scholar are the qualities which fit 
him to carry so successfully and well the 
responsibilities of his position. We are rich 
in his friendship. 



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DR. FRANKLIN S. HARRIS 
President 

A Y student may forget his logarithms 
and rhetoric, but no Y student will ever 
forget President Harris. The large quiet 
office where he receives us with a warm 
clasp of the hand is the heart of the uni- 
versity. His election this year to membership 
in the Victory Institute of Great Britain is 
another honor added to his already brilliant 
record. We who have been under his in- 
fluence have received an education in living. 



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DEAN NETTIE NEFF SA\ART 



DEAN CARL F. EYRING 



DEAN OF WOMEN 



COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 



Imagine yourself with a thousand and one 
children, all girls, and all at the precarious age of 
college coedism, and you have some idea of the life 
of the dean of women. Her door is always open, 
her voice is always sweet, her slender shoulders 
are always ready to share those wearisome burdens 
of life which a college girl is prone to view through 
a magnifying glass. 



His overflowing Physics II classes do not 
signify a "snap" course— they are a reflection of his 
own magnetic teaching personality. Dr. Eyring is 
one of those rare men who possess not only a gen- 
uine love of learning, but also the ability to instill 
some of that love of learning into carefree collegians. 
And we can't refrain from commenting upon his 
most engaging grin. 



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Acting dean Amos N. Merrill 



DEAN CMRISTEN JENSEN 



COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 



DEAN OF GRADUATE SCHOOL 



Under the clock, open the door, walk in — 
and meet a very charming man with a deep voice 
and a scholarly air. He checks over our state 
teachers' requirements with a patience and good 
humor which restores our wavering faith in education 
and life in general. Mis methods never lag a frac- 
tion of a step behind the latest developments in 
the' science of teaching. 



Slowly he pours out golden words of wisdom 
to our attentive ears, and succeeds in convincing us 
that a serene air and interesting dimples are the 
principal requisites of a learned man. Dean Jensen 
Is one of the few people in this prosaic world who 
can inspire admiration in the hearts of our worldly 
graduates. 



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DEAN GERRIT DE JON6. JR. 



DEAN LOWRY NELSON 



COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS 



COLLEGE OF APPLIED SCIENCE 



His recently attained title of Doctor can 
little add to the esteem in which Dean de Jong 
is held by followers of the fine arts. French, 
Spanish, Italian, German, Dutch, Latin-our pen 
wearies of listing what his tongue seldom tires of 
speaking. Me plays the piano, the organ, and any 
shape or size of horn. He's a Jack-of-ali-arts, but 
he manages to master them, too. 



To hear his voice is a pleasure— to listen to 
his words is a rich experience. He's a king in his 
FERA office, not by right of heritage, but by right 
of those qualities which inspire loyal followers and 
supporters. Dr. Nelson not only works for Brigham 
Young, but he also serves Uncle Sam as an active 
social research leader in the governmental New Deal. 



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DEAN Herald r. clark 



Dean Hugh m. woodward 



COLLEGE OF COMMERCE 



DEAN OF SUMMER SCHOOL 



Have we ever stepped into the office of the 
College of Commerce when everyone was not busy, 
pleasant, and friendly. Have we ever seen Dean 
Clark when he didn't have that same air of busy 
and kindly Interest. When we discover that he is 
not only dean, professor, and bookstore manager, 
but also a Bishop in his own right, we marvel how 
he finds time to keep that cheery "hello." 



Senator Woodward we call him now, since 
his election to the state legislature. But the call of 
the Y is a powerful one, so he finds time from 
political duties to Instill Into his philosophy classes 
his own deep philosophy of life. And by the way, 
the Y Alpine campus, of which he is dean, is the 
most delightful place in the world to learn one's 
Latin and biology. 



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KIEFER B. SAULS 

Purchasing Agent 

Secretary to the President 



JOHN E. HAYES 
Registrar 



E. H. MOLT 
Treasurer 



B. T. HIGSS 
Custodian 



PRESIDENT'S AIDES 



SECRETARY TO THE PRESIDENT 

"Call Kiefer" It is the most oft-repealed 
phrase on the campus. Anyone who wants to know 
anything about any phase of our university "calls 
Kiefer " and Kiefer always knows. 

REGISTRAR 

The most remarkable memory we have ever 
encountered. Registrar Hayes knows the name of 
every student who ever attended the Y, and perhaps 
he even has visions of those who are to come. 



TREASURER 

The treasurer's office seems to us a mys- 
terious retreat where Treasurer Holt reigns supreme 
amidst an avalanche of white receipts, pink slips, 
overdue notes, and FERA payrolls. 

CUSTODIAN 

Nigh onto forty years has B. T. Higgs been 
with us, keeping the campus in good repair, and 
inspiring the hundreds of boys who have worked 
under his supervision. 



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F. WILCKEN FOX 
Secretary Visual Instruction 



CARLTON CULMSEE 
SecretaT7 



UNIVERSITY EXTENSION DIVISION 



THE WORLD IS OUR CAMPUS 



To bring the instruction and inspiration of 
the Y to thousands who cannot study on the campus 
the Extension Division maintains several services: 
Visual instruction, for educational institutions desiring 
films and other visual aids. This service is expand- 
ing swiftly, helping many thousands of students to 
gain more vital and retentive training. 



Extension classes, taught in a score of communities 
throughout the state, for clubs and groups of teachers. 
Nome Study, for solitary workers in hamlets and 
cities from coast to coast. Lectures and entertain- 
ments, varying from adult education talks to dramatic 
and musical productions. More than a quarter of a 
million persons are served annually by the Extension 
Division. 



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FACULTY 



Teachers returning from sabbatical leave last 
year are: A. C. Lambert, J. M. Jensen, Emma 
Brown, and Bertha Roberts. Billie Hollingshead 
returned from leave. Those now on sabbatical leave 
include Alonzo Morley and Mrs. Elsie C. Carroll, 
and those on leave are Mrs. Stella P. Rich, J. 
Knight Allen, Gladys Kotter, and Georgia Maeser. 
New teachers this year include: Wilford Lee, Helen 
Candiand, Albert B. Reagan, Barr Miller, O. Meredith 
Wilson, Ernest Young, and Flora D. Fisher. 

The university mourns the death of J. W. 
Sauls, associate superinte.ndent of buildings and 
campus. 




Robert Sauer 

Associate Professor of Music 

Effie WARNICK, b. s. 

Associate Professor of Home Economics 

William H. Snell, a. b. 

Assistant Professor of Mechanic Arts 



Alva Johansen, m. s. 

Instructor in Chemistry 

Aline C. Smith, b. s. 

Instructor in Physical Education for Women 

Elmer Nelson 

Instructor in Piano 



Charles J. Hart, m. a. 

Assistant Professor in Physical Education and 
Athletics 

Gladys Kotter, b. s. 

Instructor in Elementary Training School 

William H. Boyle, m. a. 

Assistant Professor of Elementary Education 



J. Marinus Jensen, m. a. 

Associate Professor of English 

Margaret Summerhays 

Instructor in Music 

6uY C. Wilson, b. Pd. 

Professor of Religious Education 



AsAEL C. Lambert, m. s. ' 

Professor of Educational Administration 

May Billings, b. s. 

Instructor in Home Economics 

Franklin Madsen, m. a., 

Mus. Doc, Mus. Ed. Doc, Professor of Mus 



LeRoy J. Robertson, m. a. 

Professor of Music 

Barbara Maughn, b. s. 

Instructor in Elementary Training School 

Percival p. Bigelow 

Instructor in Auto Mechanics 



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Laval S. Morris, m. s. 

Professor of Landscape Architecture 

Georgia Maeser, b. s. 

instructor in Elementary Training School 

Golden l. Woolf, a. b. 

instructor in Languages 

Parley A. Christensen, ph. d. 

Professor of English 

Thelma Ludlow, a. b. 

instructor in Elementary Training Schooi 

Barr Miller, b. s. 

Assistant in Treasurer's Office 



6EOR6E H. Hansen, ph. d 

Professor of Geology and Geography 

MAY C. Hammond, b. s. 

Instructor in Elementary Training Schooi 

Karl Miller 

Associate Superintendent Buildings and Campus 



C. Lavoir Jensen 

Instructor in Mathematics 

Stella P. Rich, b. s. 

Instructor in English 

Elbert H. Eastmond, b. Pd. 

Professor of Art 



Joseph K. Nicholes, m. a. 

Assistant Professor of Chemistry 

Rhoda J. Young, r. n., b. s. 

University Nurse 

Carlton Culmsee, b. s. 

Instructor in Journalism and Secretary 
Extension Division 



Bertrand F. Harrison, m. s. 

instructor in Botany 

Oa Lloyd 

instructor in Office Practice 

T. Earl Pardoe, m. a. 

Professor of Speech 



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Fred Dixon, b. s. 

Instructor in Physical Educatioi and Athletics 

MARGARET SWENSON, B. S. 
Instructor in Home Economics 

Clarence S. Boyle, m. s. 

Associate Professor of Accounting and 
Business Administration 



Milton Marshall, Ph. d. 

Professor of Physics 

Annie L 6illespie 

Library Cataloguer 

O. Meredith Wilson, a. b. 

Assistant Instructor of History 



John C. Swenson, m. a. 

Professor of Economics and Sociology 

Edna Snow, m. s. 

Instructor in Science 

Joseph Sudweeks, Ph. d. 

Associate Professor of Educational 
Administration 



Bent F. Larsen, m. a. 

Professor of Art 

Anna Ollorton, a. b. 

Librarian 

HARRISON R. Merrill, m. s. 

Professor of Journalism 



Elmer Miller, a. b. 

Professor of Economics 

6LADYS D. Black, m. a. 

Instructor in English 

Seth T. Shaw, m. a. 

Assistant Professor of Horticulture 



Wayne B. Hales, Ph. d. 

Associate. Professor of Physics and Mathematics 

Ella Larsen Brown 

Assistant Librarian 

W. Elmo Coffman, m. s. 

Instructor in Science 



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Benjamin F. Cummings, a. b. 

Professor of Modern and Classical Languages 

Beulah Strickler, b. s. 

Instructor in Office Practice 

Ernest Young, a. b. 

Assistant Instructor of Spanish 



Karl E. Young, m. a. 

Assistant Professor of English 

Jennie Campbell, b. s. 

Instructor in Elementary Training School 

Edgar M. Jenson, m. a. 

Assistant Professor of Educational Adminis- 
tration, Director of Training Schools 



A. Rex Johnson, ph. d. 

Associate Professor of Marketing 

Hannah C. Packard 

special Instructor in Vocal Music 

RUSSEL SWENSON, Ph. D. 

Assistant Professor of Religious Education 



Vasco M. Tanner, Ph. d. 

Professor of Zoology and Entomology 

ViLATE Elliott, b. Pd. 

Professor of Home Economics 

GUSTAVE BUGGERT 
Instructor in Music 



William F. Hanson 

Assistant Professor of Music 

Florence Jfpperson Madsen 

A. B., Mus. Doc, Mus. Ed. Doc. 
Professor of Music 

Ed. M. Rowe, a. b. 

Assistant Professor of English 

William J. Snow, ph. d. 

Professor of History 

Irene S. Barlow, m. s. 

Instructor in Home Economics 

L Weston Oaks, m. d. 

Associate Medical Director 



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Instructor !n English 

Kathryn B. Pardoe, a. b. 

Instructor in Speech 

Hugh W. Peterson, m. a. 

Instructor in Chemistry 

C. Lynn Hayward, m. s. 

Instructor in Zoology 

WILMA JEPPSON, M. S. 

Assistant Professor of Physical Education 

Lloyd L Cullimore, m. d. 

Medical Director 



M. WiLFORD POULSON, M. A. 
Professor of Psychology 

Hermese Peterson, b. s. 

Assistant Professor of Elementary Education 

Thoa\as L Martin, Ph. d. 

Professor of Agronomy 



6. Ott Romney, m. a. 

Professor of Physical Education and 
Director of Athletics 

Alice L Reynolds, a. b. 

Professor of English Literature 

Alfred Osmond, m. a. 

Professor of English, Emeritus 



Charles E. Maw, Ph. d. 

Professor of Chemistry 

Albert B. Reagan, Ph. d 

Special Professor of Anthropology 

Sidney B. Sperry, ph. d. 

Associate Professor of Religious Education 



Grace Nixon Stewart, b. s. 

Instructor in Speech 



John Wing, m. s. 

Assistant in Chemistry 



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STUDENT ADMINISTRATION 



The people who are tagged and labeled for 
you in the following pages are the same people you 
have seen around the campus with important ex- 
pressions and a million things to do. They are to 
Brigham Young University what Hitler is to Germany, 
what Mussolini is to Italy, and what Mr. Wrigley is 
to the chewing gum factory. Students, we present 
your student officers. 



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Vice President 



Roy broadbent 

President 



MOREHO ALLRED 
Secretary 



STUDENT OFFICERS 



Impressions of our student triumvirate: Roy, a very attractive, efficient, 
and progressive young man with a funny story which "That reminds me of" always 
on the end of his tongue. Belle, a charming miss with a winsome personality 
and ability to present really entertaining assemblies. Moreho, a delightfully 
feminine person who is the good recording angel of the cubbyhole called the 
student body office. Moreho was elected to her position when Secretary Leola 
Green left school at the end of the autumn quarter. At the same time Shirl 
Swenson was elected cheer leader to take the place of Jay Schofield. 



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Pront Row: Harold Christensen, Senior President; Moreho Allred, Secretary; Roy Broadbent, President; 

Belle Fillmore, First Vice President; Shirl Swenson, Cheer Leader. 
Back Row: Jack Gibb, Junior President; Eugene Jorgensen, Second Vice President; Otto Done, Banyai 

Editor; Jack Davies, Freshman President; Ray McGuire, Y News Editor; Albert Swenson, 

Sophomore President. 



STUDENT COUNCIL 



"Achieve maximum activity with minimum expense" has 
guided the student council's work. Little "Goldilocks" Allred 
collected five cents late fee and twenty-five cents absence fee 
from council members offending in Monday noon meetings. When 
Ab noticed Roy's jokes failing, Jack Gibb's smile drooping, 
Eugene's big words eluding him. Jack Davies' voice cracking, 
Belle's nose shining, Shirl's rhythm breaking, Harold's concentration 
slipping, and Otto's and Ray's brows wrinkling, he could suggest 
a relaxation parly on the accumulated fee fund. Then the re- 
freshed directors of student body welfare could resume big 
business. 



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ALICE SPENCER 
President 



IRENE JOHNSTON 
Vice-President 



MARY DAHLQUIST 
Secretary 



LARUE ERICKSON 
RecreatioMl LMder 



ASSOCIATED WOMEN STUDENTS 



A. W. S. means not All-Wise Seniors, but Associated Women 
Students. Alice and her co-workers came from Wonderland with projects 
to supplement the men in making life enjoyable for women in a coed- 
ucational institution. The Y woman has been fairly content away from 
home and Mother, having big sisters to soothe away troubles, social units 
to encircle her with friends, Christmas fun to relieve nerves tautened by 
pre-holiday "cramming," a costume ball to release pent-up originality and 
frivolity, and Girls' Day activitities to satisfy longing for public attention. 



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LeUnd Priday Ann Clayson Eugene Jorgensen Beth Paxman Moreho Allred 

Director 



PUBLIC SERVICE BUREAU 



Public Service Bureau staff members could not spare time to sit 
around and "meet" They left current campus affairs to be discussed by 
the Y News and concentrated upon discovering and satisfying public 
entertainment needs. Approximate data reveal the fact that five hundred 
eighty-six students representing the fine arts dwpartment expressed talent 
in one hundred seventy programs throughout Utah and neighboring states. 
Members of Brigham Young's talented faculty also participated, though 
the Bureau is an independent student organization. No doubt high 
school students who viewed the performances were inspired to hope for 
a college career. 



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MASTERS AND GRADUATES 



Most of us when we receive our first degree 
hang our diploma upon the wall and consider our 
education complete. Not so the graduate students. 
They hunger and thirst after knowledge, and contin- 
ue to work in pursuit of the happiness which comes 
from wisdom and the distinction which comes from 
learning. Those receiving the master's degree es- 
pecially deserve our congratulations. 



JAY Beck 

Chemistry 



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Vera Conder 

Physical Education 



American Fork, Utah 



Provo, Utah 



Sheldon P. Hayes, m. a. Provo, Utah 

Thesis: An Introductory Study of the Taxonomy, Mor- 
phology, and Distribution of the Cyprinidae of Utah 



WAYNE Cowley, M. a. Venice, Utah 

Thesis: A Study of Brownian Movement Theory 
by the Oil-Drop Method for Drops Hav- 
ing a Radius Large Compared to the Mean 
Free Path 



DAVID Miller, M. a. Syracuse, Utah 

Thesis: Heinrich von Kleist as a Nationalist 



EU6ENE LARSEN, M. S. Provo, Utah 

Thesis: Development of the Embryo of Iris mis- 
souriensis. Nutt. 



Harrison J. Merrill, m. s. Provo, Utah 

Thesis: A Determination of the Mass of Timpanogos by 
Kater's Compound Pendulum 



H. DuANE Anderson, m. a. Provo, Utah 

Thesis: An English Translation of de la Motte 
Fouque's Version of the Romantic Legend 
of "Undine" 



Charles W. Menzies, m. s. Provo, Utah 

Thesis: The Effects of Overgrazing on the Mortality of 
Desert Browse on the Utah West Desert 



Vearl S. Johnson, m s. Provo, Utah 

Thesis: Work Centers In Rural Villages 



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). Spencer Grow 

l^ardston, Alberta, Canada 

Merle Vance 

ProvO; Utah 



HAROLD J. BISSELL 
Springville, Utah 



Ddeal C Kirk 

'leasant Grove, Utah 

Gladys Hooks 

Provo, Utah 



Franklin S. Harris, Jr. 

Provo, Utah 



>;^REAL LOTT 
Lehi, Utah 



Audrey Harris 

Richmond, Utah 



Merrill Hammond 

Provo, Utah 



Harmon R. Hatch 

Spanish Fork, Utah 



John McGuire 

Provo, Utah 



Bill Carr 

Auckland, New Zealand 



Margaret Taylor 

Salt Lake City, Utah 



William Creer 

Spanish Fork, Utah 



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MASTER DEGREES 



Mrs. Marie D. Benson, m. a. Ogden, Utah 

Thesis: A Study of Mormon Poetry Published Between I880 and I900 

Floyd Biddulph, m. s. Provo, Utah 

Thesis: An Analysis of the Physical Activities of the Men Stu- 
dents of Brigham Young Universty for 193^-35 

David D. Condon, m. s. Provo, Utah 

Thesis: A Preliminary Study of Social and Economic Ge- 
ography for the State of Utah 



LEROY B. 6ROBERG, M. A Bicknell, Utah 

Th*tis: Research on the Activities of Returned Missionaries at Bicknell 

RULON A. Jones, M. S. Duchesne, Utah 

Thesis: The Influence of Pre-Masons and Masonic Philosophy in 
the Building of the American Public School System 

MARGARET JULIA KENNEDY, M. A. 

Las Vegas, New Mexico 

Thesis: An Annotated Bibliography of New Mexico in 

Literature Exclusive of History and Poetry 



Alma W. King, m. s. Garland, Utah 

Thesis: Research on the Activities of Returned Missionaries at Garland 

FARRELL MADSEN, M. a. Fairview, Utah 

Thesis: Problems and Their Solutions in Relation to Instrumental 
Music in Utah Schools 

Waldo L Osmond, m. a. Sait Lake city, Utah 

Thesis: Satiric Elements in the Works of Henry Fielding 



Roland C. Parry, m. a. Ogden, utah 

Thesis: The Tritone and its Influence on Modern Music with Special 
Reference to the Works of Debussy 

Wendell M. Rigby, m. s. Beaver, Utah 

Thesis: Research on the Activities of Returned Missionaries at 
Beaver 

H. 6RANT Vest, M. S. American Fork, Utah 

Thesis: The Problem of Isaiah and the Book of Mormon 



Jesse A. Washburn, m. s. Provo, Utah 

Thesis: Problems of the Book of Mormon Geography 

ROY DeVERL WILLEY, M. S. Byron, Wyoming 

Thesis: A Study of Some Factors Which May Affect Any Program 
of School Consolidation In Big Horn County, Wyoming 



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Harold Christensen 
President 

Margaret Bird 
Vice-President 



Mary Dahlquist 
Secretary 




SENIORS 



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When we gaze at the portrait of President 
Harris hanging in the library, we immediately call to 
mind the class of '35, who leave it to us as their 
senior project. Even without such a reminder, we 
could scarcely forget them--their very successful but 
none-the-less forbidding beards, their active partici- 
pation in student activities, their high scholastic re- 
cord, and their talented leaders. They are thorough- 
ly prepared to meet confidently life's challenges. 





Don A\arkham 

Spanish Fork 

Major in Chtmistry 

Y Eagles; Y Chemical Society; German Club 

Helen Miner 

Fairview 

Major in Business 

Sanpete Club; Forensic Club 



Erika Seiter 

Provo 

Major in German 

International Relations Club; German Club; 

Spanish Club; French Club; Cosmopolitan Club; 

Banyan Staff 3 

Ala\a La Von Earl 

American Fork 

Major in Chemistry 

Y Chemical Society; German Club; 

Band 1,2,3,4 



John R. Halliday 

Pleasant Grove 

Major in Music 

Stale Academy of Music, Berlin; Vikings; 

Upsilon Chi Mu, pres. 4; Glee Club, pres. 

I; Orchestra 1,2,4; Band 1,2, mgr. 4; 

All-Boys' Show 4 

Irene Johnston 

American Fork 

Major in Physical Education 

Cesta Ties; White Keys; Phi Delta Pi, 

officer 3, pres. 4; Dance Club, sec. 4; 

Officer A.W.S. 3, Vice Pres. 4; Orchestra 

1,2,3; Dance Review 1,2,3,4 



Fay Van Wagenen 

Provo 

Major in English 

Thalian 

Cecil Dimick 

Mohrland 

Major in Zoology 

Delta Phi, pres. 4; Carbon Club; 

Y News Staff 



J. William Hasler 

Provo 

Major in Geology 

Brigadier; Theta Alpha Phi; French Club; 

German Club; Senior Play; All Boys Play 3; 

Competitive Play 3 

CATHERINE R. LUND 
Malad, Idaho 

Major in Elementary Education 
Freonda; Yeshara, pres. 4; 
Idaho Club 

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Mark J. Brockbank 

Spanish Fork 

Major in Zoology 

Vikings; Blue Key; Beta Beta Beta; 

Y Eagles; International Relations Club; 

Y Chennical Society; Psychology Club; 
Class pres. 3; Sophomore Loan Fund Ball 

Lawrence Bee 

Provo 

Major in Psychology 

Delta Phi; Y Eagles; German Club; 

Psychology Club, pres. 4 

Walt Foulger 

Ogden 

Major in Art 

Opera 3; Art Service 3,4; Banyan staff 4 

Vivian Leavitt 

Santa Clara 

Major in Education 

University Southern California I 



A\aurine Dixon 

Provo 

Major in Mousehold Administration 

O. S. Trovata; Gamma Phi Omicron 

Clifford Warner 

Spanish Fork 

Major in Accounting and Business 

Administration; Track 



Legrande Magleby 

Monroe 

Major in History 

International Relations Club 

A\ARjoRiE Smith 

Prove 

Major in Physical Education 



Harris Walker 

Raymond, Alberta, Canada 

Major in Zoology 

Brigadiers; Y Chemical Society; Track 2,3,4 

Lyman Partridge 

Provo 

Major in Sociology 

Vikings; Blue Key, pres. 4; Theta Alpha 

Phi, pres. 3; Upsiion Chi Mu, officer 4; 

Y Eagles; Glee Club; German Club; 

Psychology Club; Competitive play 2,3,4; 

Ail-Boys' show 1,3,4; Fall comedy 1,3; 

Opera 3,4; Debating 3; Public Service 2,3 



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Don M. Alder 

PfOVO 

Major in Political Science 
Goldbrickers, officer 3, pres. 4; 
Alpha Kappa Psi, officer 3, A; 
Chairman Inter Social Unit Ball A; 
Class pres. 2; Bus. Mgr. Junior Prom 3 

DuANE Bishop 

Delta 

Major in Accounting and Business Admin. 

Millard Club 

Maude Snell 

Provo 

Major in English 

Ta Lenta; Mask Club; Spanish Club; 

French Club; Psychology Club 

KARL R. Weight 

Springville 

Major in Mechanic Arts 

Y Eagles Club; Spanish Club; Band 



William A. Merrell 

Prove 

Major in Agronomy 



Olive E. Winterton 

Provo 

Major in Foods and Nutrition 
Cesta Ties; Gamma Phi Omicron; 
Psychology Club; French Club; 
Debating 3,4 



Mildred Maugham 

Lava Hot Springs, Idaho 
Major in Foods and Nutrition 
Gamma Phi Omicron; Glee Club; 
Idaho Club; Mask Club 

MARVIN Graff 

Santa Clara 
Major in History 



Orran Ashby 



Leamington 

Major in Economics 

Delta Phi; Millard Club 



M. Foss C. Smith 



Snowflake, Arizona 
Major in Economics 
Delta Phi; Arizona Club; 
Spanish Club; German Club 



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Elden C Schow 

Lehl 

Major in tconomics 

Delta Phi 

VIRGIL V. Peterson 

Pleasant Grove 

Major in Geology 

Delta Phi; Grovarians; Spanish Club; 

Library Club 



Lynn L Gee 

Pocatello, Idaho 

Major in Bacteriology 

University of Idaho 1, 2; Beta Beta Beta, pres. 

4: Y Chemical Society; German Club 

Ruth Robinson 

Provo 

Major in Physical Education 

Nautilus 



LOUISE Jenkins 

Provo 

Major in Music 

Glee Club; Opera 3,4 

LoYD Young 

Blanding 

Major in French 

Val Hyrics; Delta Phi; San Juan, pres. 4; 

Spanish Club, officer 2; French Club; 

German Club 



Oakley Evans 

Anaconda, Montana 
Major in Accounting 

Goldbrickers, officer 3; Blue Key, officer 4, 
Alpha Kappa Psi, Scholarship Award 3; Block Y 
Club, pres. 4; Cosmopolitan Club; French Club, 
officer 2; Class pres. 3; All-Boys' Show 3; 
Banyan Staff 2, 3, bus. mgr. 4; Orchestra 1,2,3; 
Debating 2,3, mgr. 4 

Virginia Ekins 

Provo 

Major in Music 

Theta Alpha Phi; Mask Club; Dance Review 

3; Glee Club; Opera 3, A; Competitive play 3,4 



Lynn R. Webb 

Lehi 

Major in Economics 

Delta Phi 

Elmo G. Geary 

Huntington 

Major in Economics 

Alpha Kappa Psi; Theta Alpha Phi; Upsilon 

Chi Mu; Carbon Club, pres. 4; Glee Club; 

All-Boys' show 2; Fall Comedy 3, 4; Theta 

Aloha Phi play 4; Y Serenaders' Trio 3, 4 



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Lynne a. Wright 

Provo 

Major in Economics 

Vikings; Alpha Kappa Psi; Mask Club 

Nello Ipson 

Panguitch 

Major in Accounting and Business Administration 



Lorn A Call 

Colonia Dublan, Chih., Mexico 
Major in Elementary Education 
International Relations Club; Studio Guild; 
Mexico Club, pres. 4; Y. E. A., officer 2 

6RANT Hutchinson 

Salt Lake City 

Major in Animal Husbandry 

Val Hyrics; Block Y Club; Track 1,2,3,4; 

Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 2. 



Henry Finch 

Spanish Fork 

Major in Finance and Banking 

Vikings 

Phyllis Robinson 

Provo 

Major in Physical Education 
Nautilus, pres. 3; White Key; 
Opera; Dance Review 



Reed Hacking 

Magrath, Alberta, Canada 

Major in Spanish 

Band 

Ruth Huffaker 

Murray 

Major in Elementary Education 

Fidelas; French Club 



AsAHEL D. Woodruff 

Salt Lake City 
Major in Education 

Blaine Huntsman 




Fillmore 

Major in Accounting 

University of Utah; McCune School of 

Music; Symphony Orchestra 



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Don Nielson 

Mapleton 

Major in Agronomy 

Colorado Club; Ag. Club, pres. 3 

Levi Reynolds 

Provo 

Major in Chemistry 

Brigadiers; Y Chemical Society; 

Psychology Club, pres. 4 



Mary Bayles Acree 

Bianding 

Major in Foods 

Les Ceciliennes; San Juan Club; Library Club 

E. Wayne Hanks 

Tooele 

Major in Accounting 

Block Y Club; Track 2; Football 1,2,3 



HAROLD E. MERKLEY 
Salt Lake City 
Major in Zoology 

Val Hyrics; Beta Beta Beta; Y Chemical Society; 
German Club; Asst. Cheer Leader 3 

Irene Houston 

Panguitch 

Major in Music 

University of Utah 2; Fidelas; Upsilon Chi 

Mu; German Club, Vice pres. 4; Glee Club 



Mamie Jensen 

Provo 

Major in Foods and Nutrition 

W. Ernest Young 

Coionia Juarez Chih. Mexico 
Major in Education 
Spanish Club 



MARTIN IVERSON 

Washington 

Major in History 

Block Y Club; German Club 

John H. Webb 

American Fork 

Major in Religious Education 
• Band 



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Stanley W. Christensen 

Salt Lake City 
Major in Zoology 
Delta Phi 

Orson Peterson 

Castle Dale 

Major in Music 

Carbon Emery Club; Band 1,2,3,4; 

Orchestra 2; Male Quartet 



ASAHEL Perry 



Provo 

Major in Agronomy 

Bertha Clarke 

American Fork 
Major in English 



MARTHA SWENSON 
Spanish Fork 

Major in Clothing and Textiles 
Gamma Phi Omicron, Vice pres. 4 

Vaughn E. Livingston 

Payson 

Major in Botany 
Cavalier: Botany Club; 
Track I; Football 1,3 



IVIN 6EE 

Rexburg, Idaho 

Major in Education 

Ricks College I; Univ. of Idaho 2; 

Univ. of Wyoming 3; Idaho Club; 

Senior Play 

Katherine Sundwall 

Fairview 

Major in Sociology 

Nautilus; Tau Kappa Alpha; Sanpete Club; 

Block Y Club; Y News Staff 3,4 



Douglas Merrill 

Clifton, Idaho 

Major in Music 

Brigadiers; Beta Beta Beta; Upsilon Chi Mu; 

Block Y Club; Football 1,2,3,4; Opera 3; 

Competitive Play 3 

Max B. Cox 

Fairview 

Major in Physics 

Debating Club; Sanpete Club; Swimming I 

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Neola Madsen 

Provo 

Major in English 

Donald p. Olsen 



Provo 

Major in Music 

String Quartet 1,2,3,4; Faculty string 

trio 2, 3; Orchestra, concert master, 

I, 2, 3, 4; Theatre orchestra, conductor I, 2, 3; 

Adams gold medal 3 



Esmond Snell 

Provo 

Major In Chemistry 

Y Camera Club; Y Chemical Society 



Josephine Sowards 

Provo 

Major in Foods and Nutrition 

O.S. Trovata; French Club; Mask Club 



Mary Clark 

Ogden 

Major in Music 

Fidelas; White Keys; Upsilon Chi Mu, 

vice pres. 4; Y Ladies Quartet 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Y Double Mixed Quartet 

J. Vaur Waters 

Spanish Fork 

Major in Agronomy 

Ag. Club 3,4; U.S.A.C. 1,2 



Rex IN6ERSOLL 
American Fork 
Major in Psychology 



LAURA CALLIS 

Salt Lake City 

Major in History 

Val Norn; French Club 



MAURINE 60URLEY 
Pleasant Grove 
Major in Physical Education 
Beaux Arts; Yeshara; Grovarians; Home Ec 
Club 

J. B. Decker 

Bayfield, Colorado 

Major in Economics 

Val Hyric; Library Club; Colo. Club 



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Phil Christenson 

Provo 

Major in Speech 

Vikings; Blue Key; Theta Alpha Phi, pres. 3,4; 

Mask Club; Prom Chairman 3; Senior Play; 

Theta Alpha Phi play 3,4; Girls Day play 3 

Ruth Clark 

Parowan 

Major in Physical Education 
Fidelas, officer 4; Dixie Club; 
Senior play 



Helen E. Morgan 

Moore, Idaho 
Major in English 
Thalians 



Glen B. Johnson 

Richfield, Idaho 
Major in Agronomy 
Amigo 



Dewey Favero 

Ogden 

Major in Physical Education 

Block Y Club; Football 1,2,3,4 



Pearl Starr 

Springville 

Major in Education 

Freonda, pres. 4 



Helen Morris 

Pocatello, Idaho 
Major in Accounting 



Ivan Willey 



Byron, Wyoming 

Major in Geology 

Vikings; Theta Alpha Phi; Mask Club; 

Junior Varsity Basketball 2,3,4; All-Boys' 

play 3; Chairman of Frosh Initiations 4 



Alton Peterson 

Jensen 

Major in Art 

Delta Phi; Uintah Club, pres; Scout Leadership 

Class, Scoutmaster 4; Competitive play 4; 

Summer School Pageant 3 

Maurine Jones 

Las Vegas, New Mexico 

Major in Household Administration 

Nautilus; Gamma Phi Omicron 



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La Mar Grotegut 

Spanish Fork 
Major in History 



Clara Edwards 

Charleston 

Major in Foods and Nutrition 

Band 2,3,4 

Ardith Spalding 

Provo 

Major in Physical Education 

Phi Delta Pi; Arizona State Teachers 

College; Phi Lombda Nu 3; French Club 

ROSWELL B WiLLARD 
Phoenix, Arizona 
Major in History 

Arizona State Teachers College 2; 
Theta Alpha Phi; Spanish Club, pres. A; 
Arizona Club; Mask Club; Orchestra 3,4; 
Band 3 

John O. Dean 

American Fork 

Major in Agronomy 

Beta Beta Beta; Widstonlan; 

Y Chemical Society; Ag Club 

Ada Taylor 

El Paso, Texas 
Major in Physical Education 
Cesta Ties; Arizona Club; Spanish Club; 
Dance Review 2,3,4; Senior Sponsor; 
Officer W. A. A 3; Class Athletic mgr. 4; 
Banyan Staff 4 

Mary Broadbent 

Heber 

Major in Foods and Nutrition 

Ta Lenta, Vice pres. 3; Gamma Phi 

Omicron, c fficer 4 

Lawrence Whitman 

Grand Junction, Colorado 

Major in Music 

Vikings; Upsilon Chi Mu; Glee Club, 

officer 3; Faculty String Quartet 3, 4; 

Theatre Orchestra, conductor 3; Symphony 

Orchestra, mgr. 3, 4 

Merrill E. Wood 

Farmington 

Major in Speech 

Theta Alpha Phi; Tau Kappa Alpha; Competitive 

play 3; Alumni play 4; Forensics 4; Winner Rotary 

Oration 4, Pardoe Exlemp. Speaking contest 4 

MOREHO ALLRED 
Lehi 

Major in Physical Education 
Cesta Ties, pres. 4; White Key, officer 4; Mask 
Club, officer 2; Dance Club; W. A. A. Vice pres. 
4; Sec. Student Body 4; Public Service Bureau 
4; Chairman Senior Sponsors; Student Body 
prog. Committee 3; Class Vice pres. 3; Com- 
petitive play 2; Senior play; Dance review 
2, 3, 4 

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Myles E. Judd 

St George 

Major in Speech 

Theta Alpha Phi; Dixie Club; 

Senior plav 4; Competitive play 3 

MARY M. Ricks 

Rexburg, Idaho 
Major in Education 
Idaho Club; Mask Club; 
Competitive play 4 



Nellie Cox 

St. George 
Major in English 
Dixie Club 



Kenneth L Cannon 

Salt Lake City 
Major in Economics 
Tausig; Ag.. Club 



Theron Snyder 

Payson 

Major in Physical Education 
Cavalier; Block Y Club; 
Track 2, 3, 4; Football 3 

Ruth Waldram 

Sugar City, Idaho 

Major in Clothing and Textiles 



Lucille Skinner 

Prove 

Major in History 

Val Norn; Tau Kappa Alpha; University of 

Utah 2; Internutional Relations, officer 4; 

Block Y Club; Senior Sponsor; 

Extemporaneous Speaking 4; Debating 3,4 

Kay Hart 

Idaho Falls, Idaho 

Major in Accounting and Bus. Administration 
Val Hyrics, athletic mgr. 4; Alpha Kappa Psi; 
Block Y Club; Football I, 2, 3, 4; Track l, 2, 3 



David M. Merrill 

Provo 

Major in Secondary Education 
Vikings; Blue Key; Studio Guild, pres; 
Student Body Dance Chairman 4; 
Co-Chairman Junior Prom 3 



RiNDA Rowley Carter 

Prove 

Major in Music 



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Le Roy Vancott 

Salt Lake City 
Major ill Music 

Mildred Swenson 

Pleasant Grove 

Major in Foods and Nutrition 

La Deja, officer; Gamma PKi Omicron; 

Mask Club 



DORA Coombs 

Fairview 

Major in Elementary Education 

Va Noan; Sanpete Club; Acapella Club; 

Opera 3, 4 

G. Eugene Jorgensen 

Price 

Major in Music 

German Club; Carbon County Club; 

Second Vice pres. Student Body 4; 

Public Service Bureau 2,3, director A; 

Band I, 2, 3; Competitive play 4 

Harold Christensen 

Rexburg, Idaho 

Major in Sociology 

Blue Key; Delta Phi; Idaho Club; Class Pres. 4; 

Debating 3,4; Extemporaneous Speaking 

Alice Spencer 

Paris, Idaho 

Major in Speech 

Cesla Ties, officer 2; Theta Alpha Phi; White 

Key; Mask Club; Dance Club; Idaho Club, officer 

2; A.W.S. pres. 4, sec. 3; French Club; Dance 

Review 1, 3, 4; Senior play; Theta Alpha Phi play 

4; Competitive play 

Helen Calder 

Vernal 

Major in Foods and Nutrition 
Cesta Ties; Gamma Phi Omicron; Uintah Club, 
Vice pres. 4 

Howard Forsyth 

Cardston, Alberta, Canada 
Major in Sociology 

Brigadiers, pres. 3; Mask Club, Vice pres. 3; 
Canadian Club, sec. 3, 4; French Club; Y leers; 
Associate Editor, Business Mgr. "Young's Pioneer" 
3; Y Journalists Club, pres. 3; Y News Staff 
1,2,3,4; Banyan Staff 3; Debating 4; 
Competitive play 2; Senior play 

RuDGER E. Jones 

New York City, New York 

Major in Economics 

Goldbrickers; Alpha Kappa Psi; Mask Club; 

Cosmopolitan Club; International Rel. Club, 

Delegate to Denver 4; Football I 

Belle Fillmore 

Richfield 

Major in Physical Education 

O. S. Trovala, officer 3; White Keys; Glee Club; 

German Club; Sevier Club, pres. 3; Sec. Junior 

Class; Vice pres. Student Body 4; Dance Review 3 



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Robert W Parker 

Mount Airy. North Carolina 
M^ior in Sociology 
Males, pres. 3, Akhletic mgr. U; 
Cosmopolitan Club 

Rex a. B16LER 

C<*ntral, Arizona 

Major in Sociology 

Gila Junior College I, 2: Arizona Club 



Laura Mensel 

Provo 

Major in Physica' Education 

Cesta Ties, officei 4; Phi Deta Pi, 

pres. 4, officer 3; W. A. A. officer 3, 4; 

Debating^ Orchestra 1,2, officer 3,4; 

Band I 

Joseph W. Crane 

Salina 

Major in Speech 

Theta Alpha Phi; Mask Club; 

Competitive play 3; Fall comedy 4; 

Theta Alpha Phi Play 4 



Henry j. Nicholes 

Provo 

Major in Chemistry 

Y Chemical Society, Vice pres. 4 

MARGUERITE SEARS CONDIE 
Salt Lake City 
Major in French 



NAOMI NALLIDAY 
American Fork 

Major In Clothing and T'^xtiles 
Fidelas; Gamma Phi Omicron; Upsilon Chi Mu; 
French Club, officer 2; Senior Sponsor; 
Ladies Quartet 3, 4 

Sherman Wing 

American Fork 

Major in English 

Vikings; French Club; Band 1,2,3 



Le Grande Spilsbury 

Cedar City 
Major in Zoology 
Brigadiers French Club 

Sylvan Stephens 

Provo 

Major in Chemistry 

Val Hyric; Y Eagles Club; Block Y Club; 

Wrestling I, 2 



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. Mc Lean Swenson 

Provo 

Major in Sociology 

Wayne Millett 

Mesa, Arizona 

Major in Accounting 

Arizona Stale Teachers College 1,2; Gold- 

brickers; Blue Key; Block Y Club; Trying Trio; 

Basketball 4; Dance Review 3 



WALTER Pitcher 

Cardston, Alberta, Canada 

Major in Chemistry 

Brigadiers; French Club; Canadian Club; Y 

Chemical Society; Track 3,4 



Olive S. Reeve 



St. George 

Major in Music 

Ta Lenta; Upsilon Chi Mu ; Dixie Club 



Margaret Bird 

Springville 

Major in Speech 

Fidelas; White Key; Theta Alpha Phi, Vice 

pres. 4; Mask Club, sec. 4; French Club, Vice 

pres. 2; Vice pres. Senior Class; Competitive play 

2,3; Girls Day Play 3; Fall comedy 3,4; Theta 

Alpha Phi play 4 

RAY KARTCHNER 
Provo 

Major in Zoology 

Brigadiers; Y Eagles Club; Intramural Wrestling; 
Tennis 3 



Lyndon Dudley 

Spanish Fork 

Major in Physical Education 

ZuLA Hanson 

Bear River City 

Major in Physical Education 

Fidelas; Phi Delta Phi; French Club; The B 

Club; Orchestra 3, 4 



Floyd Merkley 

Blackfoot, Idaho 

Major in Accounting and Business Administration 

Val Hyrics; Block Y Club; Football 1,2,3,4 

J. Marvell Hutchinson 

Price 

Major in Accounting and Business Adminis- 
tration; Val Hyrics; Alpha Kappa Psi; Football I 



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Leigm Ingersoll 

American Fork 

Major in Animal Husbandry 



Howard Peterson 

Provo 

Major in Chemistry 

Brigadiers: Y Eagles Club; Y Camera Club 



6EORGE S. 6ILLESPIE 
Tooele 

Major in Accounting and Business 
Administration 

Tausios; Block Y Club; Tooele Club, pres. 2; 
Football 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 2,3 



Elma Robinson 

Provo 

Major in Physical Education 
Nautilus; officer 2; Phi Delta Pi, 
officer 4; Dance Review 4 



Elizabeth W. Reynolds 

Salt Lake City 
Major in English 
French Club 

La Verne Ungricht 

Salt Lake City 

Major in Accounting and Business 

Administration 

Val Hyric, officer 3, 4; Alpha Kappa Psi, 

officer 4; German Club; Carbon Emery Club; 

Wrestling 3 



Allen B. Sorensen 

Spanish Fork 

Major in German 

Theta Alpha Phi; German Club, pres. 3; 

French Club; Competitive play 2,3,4; 

All-Boys' play 3; Theta Alpha Phi play 4 

Mary Dahlquist 

Provo 

Major in Englirh 

Val Norn, pres. 4; White Key; French Club; 

Sec. Senior Class; A. W. S. sec 4; Prom 

Committee 3; Loan Fund Committee 2 



Antone W. Nisson 

Washington 
Major in Zoology 

Norman Freestone 

Mesa, Arizona 

Major in Speech 

Theta Alpha Phi; Mask Club, pres. 4 



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NiLES Vest 

Payson 

Major in Zoology 

Tausigs; Block Y Club; Y Skii Club; 

Football 1,2,3; Boxing 4; Track I 

Fred w. Clegg 

Provo 

Major in History 

University of Utah, Summer School 

I9IO-II-I2; La Salle Extension University 



MAURINE YARBROU6H 
Ogden 

Major in Music 
Alta Mithras; Opera 3 

Roy Broadbent 

Heber 

Major in Accounting and Business 

Administration 

Graduate L. D. S. Business College, I930; 

Vikings; Blue Key; Delta Phi, Theta Alpha Phi; 

Psychology Club; Wasatch Club, pres. H; 

Competitive play 2,3,4; Opera 4; 

Student Body pres. 4; Debating 2,3,4; 

Edmund Evans Award 3 



Dee Cox 

Blackfoot, Idaho 

Major in Music 

French Club, Sec. 4; Idaho Club; 

Band 3, 4 ; Orchestra 3, 4 

Ruby K. Hansen 

Richfield 
Major in Music 



JosEPi-iiNE White 

Beaver 

Major in Physical Education 

Les Cecilienne; Phi Delta Pi 

Orchestra 



Karl M, Jameson 

Price 

Major in Accounting and Business Administration 
Val Hyric, Pres. 3; Alpha Kappa Psi; 
Psychology Club; Band I, 2, 3, 4, Drum Major 
3, A 



Joe Johnsen 

Murray 

Major in Physical Education 
Goldbrickers; Blue Key; Block Y Club; 
Basketball 1,2,3,4; Freshman Football: 
Track I, 2; All-Boys' show 2 

Robert Olsen 

Provo 

Major in Accounting and Business Administration 



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Owen W. Bingham 

Morgan 

Major in Music 

Upsilon CM Mu; Orchestra; Male quartet, 

Opera 3 

DuANE O. Ballard 

Draper 

Major in Accounting and Business Administration 

Val Hyric, pres. 4; Spanish Club, pres. 3; 

Jordan Club, pres. 3; Y News Staff 3; 

Band 1,2,3 



l_AA\AR A. Taylor 

El Paso, Texas 

Major in Mathematics 

Val Hyric; Block Y Club; Mexico Club; 

Track 1,2,3,4; Band I; Winner Cross Country 

Race 1,2 

6LEN W. HANSEN 
Richfield 

Major in Chemistry 
Y Chemical Society; Ag. Club 



Weldon Alldredge 

Preston Idaho 

Major in English 

Viking; Idaho Club; Univ. of Idaho 1,2 

LoRNA Murray 

Vernal 

Major in Foods and Nutrition 

Cesta Ties, sec. 2; Gamma Phi Omicron, 

pres. 4; Uintah Club, Vice pres. I; 

French Club; Orchestra 1,2,3 



Stewart Grow 

Provo 

Major in Accounting 

Alpha Kappa Psi; Canadian Club, pres. 3,4; 

Y leers, pres. 3, 4; Cosmopolitan Club; 
Psychology Club; International Relations Club; 

Y Journalists; Class Social Chairman 3,4; 
Junior Prom Committee 3; Track. I; Assistant 
Yell Leader I; Y News 1,2; Forensics 1,2; 
Senior play 

Albert A. Ludlow 

Benjamin 

Major in Accounting Business Administration 
Alpha Kappa Psi, officer 3, Pres. 4; 
Spanish Club 



Bill Haws 

Provo 

Major in Mathematics 

Block Y Club; Competitive play 4; 

Football I, 4 



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Ogden 

Major in German 



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Reed G. Anderson 

Ammon, Idaho 

Major in Zoology 

Males; German Club; Idaho Club 

Edna M. Stowell 

Rexburg, Idaho 

Major in Art 

Cesta Ties; Idaho Club; Studio Guild; 

Symphony Orchestra 



WILKINS NUTTALL 

Twin Falls, Idaho 

Major in Chemistry 

Brigadiers; Beta Beta Beta; Psychology Club; 

Y Chemical Society; Wrestling 2,3; Y News 

staff 2, 3, U 

Nicholas Van Alfen 

Ogden 

Major in History 



Joseph C. Fay 



Pangullch 

Major in Animal Husbandry 



Millard Brady 

Manassa, Colorado 
Major in Economics 
Colorado Club 



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Marshall E. Huffaker 

Murray 

Major in Economics 
Val Hyrlc, Vice pres. 3; 
Salt Lake Club 

Phil Hansen 

Richfield 

Major in Zoology 

Goldbrickers. Beta Beta Beta; French 

Club; Wrestling 2; Banyan staff 3; 

University of Utah I 



Morris Snell 

Provo 

Major in Mechanic Arts 

Guy Callahan 

Provo 

Major in Political Science 

Brigadiers, pres. 2; Theta Alpha Phi; Tau 

Kappa Alpha; Mask Club; Lion Tamers; 

Forensici I, 2, 3; Stage mgr. It 



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Max Warner 

Provo 

Major in Physical Education 

Football 2,3,4 

Joseph C. Swenson 

Provo 

Major in Accounting and Business 

Administration 

Goldbrickers; Block Y Club; 

Trying Trio; Tennis 2,3 



Merlene Tew 

Mapleton 

Major in Foods and Nutrition 
Gamma Phi Omicron; 
U.S.A.C. 1,2,3 

J. Lewis Nielsen 

Spring City 

Major in Agronomy 

Ag. Club 



OTHER SENIORS 



Burnell Aagard 
Herman L. Anderson 
Harry Blackwell 
Jess Chandler 
Opal Christensen 
Joseph Crane 
Francis Foster 
Verness W. Frazier 
Lavell Gamett 
Glen Gordon 
Lawson Hamblin 
Harmon Russell Hatch 
Roy Homme 
Daryl Huish 
D. Elmer Johnson 
Lovell V. Johnson 
Frank La Comb 



Thelma McKinnon 
Vera Merrill 
Esther Mitchell 
Lee C. Murphy 
Byron Nelson 
Marion Peterson 
William Ratcliffe 
Gordon Seaman 
Leola Seely 
Dee Shawcroft 
Dean Simmons 



Smith 



Josephine A 
Jay Strong 
Jay Whitman 
Jesse Earl Wilson 
Donald Wright 
Glade Wright 



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Jack Gibb 
President 



Isabelle LiUlefield 
Vice-President 



Ruth Stevens 
Secretary 




JUNIORS 



With such a versatile man as Jack Gibb at 
the helm, it is no wonder that the newly-inaugur- 
ated Junior mustache growing contest threatened to 
overshadow the famous Senior beard contest. After 
making their mark in this manly art, Juniors rose to 
their heights on March twenty-second when they put 
over the Prom in a dazzling "Romance of Color." 



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Lloyd 


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J. Cullen 


Barton 


Ann 


Clayson 








Leiand 


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Naomi 


Cottam 


Hyrum J. Smith 








Edna 


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Owen Bloomfield 


Ana 


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Grant Chrislofferson 

Mima Broadbent 

Fred Kartchner 



Maxine Hammond 

Sanford M. Bingham 

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Dorothy Janson 

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Wayne Mclntire 

Melva Jones 



Herbert Taylor 



Edna Starr 

Virgil Wedge 



Margret Boyer 

Wallace Gardner 

Mildred Whitlock 
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McGregor 


Ross We 


bb 








Ina Lindsay 








Leon 


Y. Pond 




75 




V. Fred Washburn 







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A^wJ 




Pearl Naegle 

Frank Postma 



Ruby Christensen 

Floyd C. Mclntire 

Leola Green 



Reese Fawcette 

Glenaveve Decker 

Byron Geslison 



Glenna Macfarlane 

Mervin H. Peterson 

Eleanor Nicholes 



Isabelle Littlefield 

Grant Bowler 

Afton Holt 



Paul Murphy 

Leola Seely 

Max Marquardson 
76 



Nelson A. Snow 

Lucile Pyne 

Laverl Hall 



Mary Leonard 

Milton Grimes 

Nanieve O. Callahan 



La Verl Christensen 

Barbara Perrett 

Walter S. Brooks 



^ Alicebeth Whitely 

H. Chariton Jacobs 



Oma Le Sueur 



Verdell Bishop 

Florence Woodhouse 



Clayton Nelson 



Joyce Molton 



Orglll Aylett 



Ruby Cox 




77 




Fayne Page 

Ermel J. Morton 



Virginia Lortz 



Ned B. Dickson 

Helen A. Farrer 

Harold Mc Bride 



Ruth Crane 

Woodrow Mickelsen 

Estella Mortensen 



Vance Batty 

Elaine De Graff 

Reed Biddulph 



Ethel Cazier 

Kent Corry 

Hermese Broadbent 



H. Reese Anderson 

Maurine Kjar 

Keith Gudmundson 
78 



La 


Ray Alexander 








Lorna 


Poulson 








Charles E 


. Oaks 


Afton Kay 








Eldredge 


Maxwell 








Helen 


Milton 


Jo 


in C. Domina 








Ednal Shanks 






W 


Blake Christensen 


Ed 


na Ellsworth 








Leslie 


Norton 








Evelyn Sorenson 


H. 


Dean Rolfson 








Lome 


Wentz 








Ivan Rich 


ardson 


Ma 


rgaret Thomas 








Archil 


s Romney 








Mabel 


Wilson 




79 




Ferron Losee 




Ethel Hammond 




L. Eugene Peterson 


Marinda Bennion 




Clyde Anderson 




Ellen 


Binns 


Carl Wallace Francis 




Ruby Dixon 




Morris 


Olsen 


Helen Bower 




Teut Becker 




Margaret Llewellyn 


Golden Taylor 




Jean Danvers 




Spencer 


Squire 


Myrth Allen Hassell 




John Dalton 




Lucret 


a Duke 


80 





Len Sterling 

Ruth Ramer 

Kenneth Meywood 



Ellen Jackson 

Glade Colton 

Maureen Marris 



Phillip Knight 

Ruby Ricks 

Clifton Boyack 



Beth Roberts 



Elmo Nelson 



Phyllis Ball 



Dale Schofield 

Verle Poulson 

Ralph Andersen 



Lillian Sjoberg 

J. Steele Shipp 

Emmeline Hastings 





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81 




Jay Schofield 

Laurel Narper 

James Jensen 



Hilga Thorderson 

Milton Nelson 

Rose Kirkham 



Grant V. Bunderson 

Ruth Viola Taylor 

Marvin Olsen 



Vera Deane Parks 

Kay Hammond 

Laura Merrill 



lliff Jeffery 



Christa Simmons 

Earl Wignall 



Stella Youd 



Fred Giles 



Kay Mangum 



82 



Barbara Hanson 






Lee Kle!nman 


1 




Afton Hanson 


Georg 


e M. Anderson 




Virginia 


C. Blackwell 

J. Milton Beck 


Luana 


Mercer 






Grant Johansen 






Florence Nielsen 


Parlell 


Peterson 






Norma 


Perkins 
Albert H. Wright 


Alpha 


Robison 






V. D 


avid Sabin 

DeVaun Dix 


Merri 


1 Croft 






Ethel 


Eyring 
J. Walter Williams 




83 




Milo Adams 

Fredona Strickler 



Martin C. Ririt 



Rex Sutherland 

Lucile Hundley 

Averil Nielson 



Berne Kindred 

Afton Hodson 

Anthony Woolf 



Don Robinson 

Merene Redd 

Marion L. Olsen 



Lynn Markham 

Alice Huckins 



Verl Whiting 



Roy Hammond 

Beatrice Brown 

Dave Hibbert 
84 



Otto 


Done 








Nadine 


Taylor 








Evan 


Nelson 


Delia 


Snell 






Harvey L. C 


randall, Jr. 








Althea 


Marsden 


Dale 


Despain 








Rebecca 


Tucker 








Ray 


McGuire 


Willa 


S. Swenson 








Dallin 


S. Nielsen 








Laure 


Aagard 


Farrir 


Mangelson 








Marjorie 


Seegmiller 








Gilbert 


Chatwin 


Irene 


Brooksby 








Gilbert Tolhurst 








Wyla 


Johnson 




^m^ik 




65 




Helen 


Wheeler 






Karl L 


. Probst 

Beulah Millet 


Reed 


Cowan 






Lu Dema 


Nance 
Theodore Thorson 


Lenora June Benedict 




Aust 


in Hunt 

Virginia Rogers 


Eli K 


Clayson 






Stella 


King 

Walter 6. Hoge 


Faye 


Jeppson 






W. Kenne 


th FIrmage 

Lue Groesbeck 


Rond 


o Law 






Katherine Davis 






Russel Carr 



86 



Lloyd 


Wignall 








Hugh 


Cannon 








Ben 


Markham 


Ariel 


Davis 








Bill Goodman 








Louis Bryner 


Richard Knight 








Louise Richards 








Tom 


Eastmond 


B. W 


. Matkin 








Howard 


B. Dixon 








Cornelius 


Peterson 


Haze 


Anderson 








Mau 


de Redd 








Roxey Romney 




87 







Dean White 

Boyd Page 



Theodore Young 




Glen Chrlstensen 

Norma Anderson 

Reed Crane 



Gerald Bodily 

Sara White 



Dale Jones 



ULd^M 




Jay Nelson 

Ethelyn Peterson 

Walter A. Jensen 



Elbert Miller 

Ralph W. Monk 



88 



Albert 


Swenson 






President 










Pearl 


Calli 


s 






V 


ce-President 








Joe 


Dean 

Secreta 


ry 




SOPHOMORES 



As St. Peter slowly and dubiously opened 
the pearly gates, the sophomores, headed by Ab 
and his fellow sinners, triumphantly led students of 
Brigham Young into a Night of Heaven. Even the 
mighty seniors could not have managed it so well. 
But then, the Sophomores are a very exceptional 
class— they showed their ability in the authoritative 
way in which they conducted the frosh orientation. 
We predict great things for them before their days 
are ended in the old Alma Pater. 



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Willard Mayward 

Margaret Tliolen 

Burton P. Hunt 
Donna Lee Johnson 



Lois Kjar 

Wilmer Lee Barnett 

Lu Deen Waldram 

Harvey Wilson 



Jay Oldroyd 

Huitau Allred 

Henry Jensen 

Frances Seaton 



Virginia Teerlink 

Rawlin Roper 

Donna Olpin 

Glen Berge 



Lloyd Schlappi 
Louie Jean Miner 

Kenneth Stringham 

Pauline Bodily 



Helen Jorgensen 
William Reeder 

Zola White 

Max W. Jones 



Lloyd Dimond 

lla Jones 

Guy Percival 

Dorothy Griffith 



Thales Smith 

lla Schow 
Calvin Swenson 

June Hodge 

90 



J. Russell Durrant 
Dona Dastrup 
Harold Hutchings 

Wanda Bailey 



Fern Christensen 

Everett Harrison 

Carma Wilson 

Ferrel Wardle 



Mulford Aycock 

Celia Larsen 
Cecil Bullock 

Alice Briggs 



Roberta Wilde Bird 
Marion Rowe 
Bernice Johnson 

Weston Johnson 



Francis Barlow 
Marzelle Jesperson 

Harold Tuft 
Sarah Shelley 



Elizabeth Sumner 

Roy Hudson 
Louise Smith 

Joe Dean 



Melvin Ashby 

Reva Vickers 

Sterling Redd 

Melba Brower 



May Gardner 

Donald Alldredge 

Eva Madsen 

Alton Merrill 



91 







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John Verney 

Fay White 

Halden Gunnell 

Stella Dixon 



Helen j-juish 

M. Verdell Rigby 

Maza Christensen 

Francis Mc Phie 



William A. Forsyth 
Nedra Hall 

Halden Boyack 
Merline Gardner 



Lyie Holdaway 

Rulon Carlile 

Betty Linn 

Fred Page 



John Lamb 

Winnifred McDonald 
LeRoy Waite 
Marjorie B. Smith 



Amy Young 

Leo Hacking 

Ruby McFarlane 

Rulon B. Oborn 



Alden Smith 

Mary Helen Hacking 

John Murdock 

Dona Nelson 



Geraldine Eggertsen 
Roscoe Nelson 

Vivian Crosby 
Durwood Butler 

92 



Lucy Dudley 

Carson R. Healy 

Dorothy Pond 

Wayne Gamett 



Bennie Schmiett 
Clarcia Ashcroffc 

Walter Clark 
Christella Hansen Naylor 



Ruth Rasmussen 

Dean Lewis 
Maud Colennan 

Lee Gourley 



Marlow Wootton 

Anna Olsen 

Roland Pond 

Marion Arnold 



Ellen Walker 

Elmer Griffith 

Eleonor Jenson 

Marvin Allen 



Tom Peterson 

Ruth Hawley 
Marion Bowman 

Evelyn Young 



Helen Jean Pryor 

Richard Clark 
Zella Harding 
Elone Farnsworth 



Max Ludlow 

Dorothy Grant 

Beryl Shurtz 

Blanch Paulsen 

93 




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Udell Jolley 

Lila Menzies 

Jess Monson 
La Rue Boyce 



Jean Smith 

Arthur Sundwall 

Ireta Eagar 
Wendel Johnson 



Earl Giles 

Martha Ashby 

Preston Gledhill 

Ida Fechser 



Katherine Smith 

Douglas Nielsen 

Marguerite Ennis 

Don Hamilton 



Norval Driggs 
Mary Duersch 

D. Elmo Hardy 

Helen Swenson 



Ruth Carver 

Lowell Clegg 

Lois Peterson 

Erwin Zeyer 



De Monte Washburn 

Anita Smoot 
Arthur Christensen 

Ona Jones 



Vera Bagley 

Sam C. Dase 

Lois Haws 

Harold Smith 



94 



June Fames 

Marion E. Harding 
Helen Dixon 

Ralph Alder 



Nathan Hale 

Virginia Burr 

Max Rasmussen 

Lorraine Bowman 



Lena Crosby 

Avard Rigby 

Nedra Simpkins 

Joe Alan Naylor 



Joseph Despain 

Margaret Buckley 

Clair Pickup 

Iris Allred 



Sarah Nickerson 
Gordon LeSueur 

Rhea Stolworthy 

Ellis Butterfield 



Howard Keith 

Faye Greer 

Vincent Newcomer 

Edith Scorup 



LaRue Rowley 

Paul Christensen 

Gladys Sorensen 

Wilford Weight 



Junius Payne 

Norma Molyneux 

Neil McKnight 

Virginia Brand 

95 



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Winston Fillmore 
Orlene Speckart 

Eldon Richardson 

Alene Hansen 



Reva Jackson 

Eldon Card 

Dawn Duffin 

Lorin E. Millet 



Jack Owen 

Maurine Carlile 

Bruce King 

Ruth Colton 



Laura Banner 

Harold Laycock 

LaBerle Cook 

Don Greenwood 



Wilford Fischer 

Orpha Soffe 

Elmer Crowley 
Mozelle Houtz 



Florence Pierce 

Warren Kirk 

Wanda Peterson 

Glen Borg 



Miles B. Harston 

Virga Bartholomew 
Paul Hunt 

Hazel Glover 



Hortense Morby 

Moroni Marchant 
Orpha Kay 
Reed Wiscombe 

96 



Dick Cummings 

Helen Jacobs 

Ron Higgins 

Marie Kendall 



Katherine Gleason 

Kenneth Nelson 

Marjorie Wagers 
Barratt Chadwick 



Clifford E. Young, Jr. 
Nola Comer 

Arvid Larsen 
Jennie Romney 



Eleanor Brown 

Herman Rowley 

Carol Bennett 

Jack Eastmond 



W. Guy Lund 

Mattie Taylor 
Vern Moncur 

Vernis Richards 



Mae Christensen 

Herbert Breinholt 

Clara Riley 
Melvin Kavachevich 



James E. Houston 

Marian Dudley 

Bill Benton 
Cecelia Jensen 



Alice Miller 

J. E. Allen 

Rosella Wright 

Ezra Clark 

97 





Leonard Watson 

Catherine Bowles 

Marlow Turpin 

Enola Johnson 



Wanda Johnson 

Webster Decker 

Floral Lemon 

Virgil E. Stice 



Paul Nicholes 

Lacy Williams 

Orson Hicken 

Elma Hunter 



Anneliese Buggert 
Lee Stokes 
May Louise Mitchell 

Homer Royle 



Lowell Yancey 

Lalovi Fish 

Max Benson 
Maxine Stewart Robbins 



Leah Tate 

Marion Duffin 

Helen Harris 
Kenneth W. Baker 



Frank Josie 

Sarah Fitzgerald 

Henry Woolley 

Edith Rowley 



Gwendolynn Harris 

Marden King 
Edna Buchanan 

Rex Thomas 

98 



Bert Asay 

Edith Dixon 

Joe Clayson 

Blanche Lublin 



Elaine Richards 

Rex Greenhaigh 

Helen Janssen 

Val Johnson 



Sterling Callahan 
Arma Lay 
Ray.D. Wheeler 

Lorna Colton 



Fawn Gardner 

Vern Waldo 

Melba Jensen 

Victor Freestone 



Fay H. Walker 

Grace Thomas 
Chester May 

Fern Shelley 



Ruth I. Smith 

Glenn Johnson 

Florence Todd 

Howard Draper 



LeGrande Fowike 
Isabelle Dillman 

Shirl Swenson 

Oleah Rockwood 



Sylvia Young 

Ross Pickett 
Isabelle Ridges 

Malcolm Johnson 

99 








o 



Afton Bingham 
Max Duffin 
Winona Clark 

Wallace Clark 
Helen Johnson 



W. Merrill Banks 
Jean Summers 
Darrell Goodrich 

Rhea Larsen 
A. J. Leavitt 



Phyllis Smith 

Albert Freestone 
Minnie Hardman 

Stan Orser 
Theresa Hansen 



Elmer Fillmore 
Afton Buchanan 
Roy Huntington 

Helen Child 
Willard Nelson 



Leona Eitel 

Reid Gardner 
Leone Burch 
Dean E. Olsen 

Zona Brunt 



Nathan Allen 
Yvonne Henderson 
George Stoddard 

Gale Stewart 
Woodrow Wilson 



Don H. Tippets 
Doris Larson 
Kirk Stephens 
La Rue Erickson 

Jim Benton 



Norval Carter 
Eda Ashby 
Ben Call 

loo 



Jack Davies 
President 



Phyllis Dixon 
Vice-President 



Jennie Duke 
Secretary 




^;miWm^ 



FRESHMEN 



Everyone is agreed that freshmen are the 
insignificant but colorful life of a university, just as 
necessary to the picture as the grass on the campus. 
Their principal functions are to be the butt of 
upper classmen jokes and the cowering subjects of 
the lordly sophomores who are trying to forget 
when they were freshmen. 




i^y/^ 



Lucile Vernon 

Jasper McClellan 
June Hodge 
Doyle Cranney 
Ivey Christofferson 



Gordon Snow 
Glenda Cole 

Luther Edwards 

Bonna Ashby 
Carlos Taylor 



Mildred Stewart 

Milton Quigley 
May Green 
Boyd Wilson 
Eva Cummard 



Margaret Woods 
Richard Fish 
Evelyn Willey 

Rosetta Anderson 
Paul Bates 



Naomi Davenport 

Helen Wade 
Max Wilson 
Dorothy Ward 
Dixie Belnap 



J. C. Fillmore 

Lola Lund 
Nellie Hughes 
Thelma Harris 
Clarence Beclcstrom 



Ruth Okelberry 
Ardelle Threet 
Jack Davies 
Nedra Simmons 
Mildred Reynolds 



Reed Hughes 
May Johnson 
Don Chatlerton 
Lael Powelson 
Russell V. Peterson 



Shirley Redd 

Eldren Butler 
Ramona Heaton 

Thell Bailey 
Geneva Wilson 



Wesley Carter 
Louise Cooper 
Alma Mercer 
Bernice Charlesworth 
Idona Larsen 



Viola Sears 

Olive Lemon 

Irene Wrathall 
Norma Petersen 
R. Wallace Ord 



Catherine Stringham 
Elda Jackson 
Owen Merrill 
Vilate Butterfield 
Olive Thaxton 



Talmage Simmons 
Winifred Nuttall 
DeVerel Nicholes 
Viola Evans 
Clifford Wilkerson 



Thora Cowley 

Luella Atkinson 
Morris Williams 
Ruth Robinson 
Marise Rockwood 



Ferl Nielson 

Mary Harris 

Clefaine Reed 



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Wanda Berry 

Lamar Hoover 
Vera Coolc 

Walter Nosacic 
Orpha Law 



Wayne Ennis 
Elda Neves 

Newell Dickson 
Pearl Gledhill 
Chester Young 



Lark Allred 

Arden Watson 

Kerol Young 
T. H. Reece 
Dearwyn Sardoni 



Levi Hunt 

Evelyn Cook 

Kenneth Bunker 
Mary Hawker 

Harold Larsen 



June Buckley 
Roscoe Hunt 
Emma Spencer 
Maurice Porter 
Dora Shellenberger 



Ralph Kirkham 
Norma Hatch 

Rex Merrill 
Fulvia Call 

Lee Berry 



Wilma Barlow 

Jasper McClellan 

Rae Anderson 
Royal Hunter 
Ruth Williams 



Wm. Bowman 
Clara White 
Reed Johnson 
Carlie Murdock 

Ronald Pulham 
I04 



I 



Jessie Johnson 

John Paul Fullmer 

Iris Manwaring 
Roy E. Hassinger 

Erma Hickman 



Kenner Killpack 

Blanche Gardner 
Keith Nosack 
Leora Wood 
Newal Robison 



Leola Hoopes 

Dean Holden 
Clara Mortensen 

Leon E. Nielsen 

Beth Pratt 



Norland Guymon 

Alta Russon 
Floyd Martensen 

Marion Piatt 
Irvin W. Jeffery 



Aurelia Peterson 
Elwin A. Robison 

Ercell Hendry 
Carlyle Lambert 
LaVerde Nebeker 



Orville Housley 

Afton Crowley 

Avard Hall 
Glenna Clyde 
Derrol Griffith 



Donna McCoard 

Loey Newren 
Carol Porter 
Clarence Giles 
Phyllis Ruud 



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Weston Garrett 

Eleanor J. Henry 

Elmer Johnson 
Geraldire Horton 

Venoy Gay 




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105 




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Amy Wagstaff 

Ray Petersofi 
Louise May Boyer 

Hollis Hullinger 

Larene Butler 



Blaine Standifird 

Melissa Cooley 
Sinclair Thompson 

Norma Nielsen 
Marguerite Lambert 



Norma Jackson 

George W. Whitaker 
Ziska Bissell 
Mont Bloomfield 
Virginia Lee 



Ralph Reynolds 

Maxine Nelson 
Ross Gardner 
Dorothy Bowman 

Cloyd Wooley 



Margaret Dudley 
Richard Graham 

Jenny Burch 
Don Wagstaff 
Geraldine Gardner 



Joe Pace 
Lucy Wadley 

Don L Earl 

Margaret Crapo 

Vaughn Lloyd 



Ann Anderson 

Lee Empey 
Alva Dimond 
Wayne Hollman 
Marie Robinson 



Ariel Sharp 

Maurine Moulton 
Wallace Pitt 
June Brown 
Wallace Harker 

106 



June Yardley 
Bruce Barclay 

Elaine Hyde 
Oscar Arnold 

Verda HIcken 



Leonard Leavitt 
Erma Brunt 
Don Fitzgerald 

Margaret Smart 

Alva O. Jensen 



Alene Jones 
Harold Walton 

Artimicia Whetstone 
Yvonne Jones 

Vern Hales 



Rulon Romney 
Elcee Law 
Hart Crandall 

Fern Murdocic 
Floyd Anderson 



Veda Hicks 
Weeter Pond 
Chloe Broadhead 

Maurine Bigelow 

Evelyn Bezzant 



Lin V. Maxwell 
Rhea Halliday 
Gerald Barton 
Melba Wilson 
Arthur Davidson 



Josie Todd 

Arthur MacArthur 
Pearl Youkstetter 
James Babcock 

Beth Krueger 

Richard Passey 
Iwa Layton 
Kenneth Hunter 
Ida Cooley 
Taylor Eastmond 



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Theresa Krauss 
Roy McKinnon 
Melba Peterson 

Wilbur Harding 
Elaine Richmond 



Sterling Lewis 
Virginia Freckleton 
Glade Jorgensen 

Edythe Kent 
Paul Black 



Evelyn Nielson 
Arden C. Westman 

Persis Young 
Acil Roundy 
Fern E. Rolhe 



Charles Lawrence 
Thelda Orchard 
Woodrow A. Wilde 

Jean Nalverson 

Lee Ron now 



Loa Harwood 

Melvin Keele 
Rose Cheever 
Rollan Gardner 

Gene Allen 



Eldon Hart 
Lucille Parker 
R. Dell Cloward 

Louise Kindred 

Marvin Brooksby 



Phyllis Daniels 
Vincent Redd 
Phyllis Dixon 
Newell Weight 
Geneel Oldroyd 

Harlan Clark 

Thella Rollin 

Don Call 
Helen Ashton 

Don Stewart 
I08 



Margaret: Bell 

Ivan Graham 
Roann Threet 

Nolan Oswald 
Vivlenne Taylor 



Donald Johnson 
Lillian Poulson 
George E. Davis 

Afton Johnson 

Robert Harris 



Geraldine Michael 
Max Kerr 
Helen Johnston 
Wilson Sorensen 

Kathryn Dixon 



Carroll Bailey 

Ada Hawker 
Aldous Whitlock 
Charlene Woods 

Clayton Perkins 



Beulah Spongberg 

Bennett Jacobs 
Ella Greenwood 

Manford Woodruff 
Velda Aiken 



James E. Lambert 
Laurel Hill 
Millen Atwood 
Valerie Hardman 
James Fernley 



Elaine Toland 

Harold Balls 
Lola Despain 
Ross Fietkaw 
Donna Johnson 



Karl Black 
Nell Haycock 
Wayne Soffe 
Maurine Hacking 

Amel Showcroft 




109 




Clara Morrill 
Reed Anderson 
Alice Cook 
J. Woodrow Brown 

Beth Madsen 



Gerald Belliston 
Jane Packard 

Lamar Mason 
Marian Miner 

Ross Brinley 



Irene Gilchrist 

John C. Patrick 
Marjorie Straw 
Wayne K. Johnson 

Lucy Bateman 



Ivan Anderson 
Ruth Snow 
Maurice C. Barnett 

June Batennan 
Barney Bybee 



Clara Burton 
Marvin Radmall 
Geraldine Nielson 
George Strebel 

Gladys Fillmore 



Armond Brooksby 

Genevieve McLeod 
LaMar Fullmer 
Edna Brimhall 
Harry Clark, Jr. 



Hattie Cranney 
Donald Brough 
Bessie Wickman 
George B. Harston 

Stella Frisby 



Jay Snell 
Edna Collett 

H. Deane Alsop 
LaPreal Winterton 

Gerald Lynn 

no 



Theda Showalter 

Robert Stewart 

Lenora Aylett 

Drews RIska 
Vola Knight 



Robert Smith 

Maurine Murdock 
Val Dean Stewart 
Carol Remund 
Martin R. Young, Jr. 



Ann Iva Jolley 

Lawrence Whetstone 
Naoma Tew 
Max White 
LaVieve Jesperson 



Clyde A. Holdaway 
Ethel Anderson 
Niles Wing 
Eloise Welch 
Keith Stevenson 



Elvra Campbell 
Elliott Killpack 
Mary Crosby 

Klien Skousen 
Utahna Morrey 



Gene Funk 

Caroline Dalton 
Dean Killpack 

Ada Miller 

Reed Walsh 



Beth Jackson 

Clifford Hales 
Mae Markham 
George Sargent 

Beth Stout 



Allan Johnson 
Enid Poulson 
Wayne Rogers 
Beulah Baggett 

Grant M. Seely 




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Helen Jensen 

Glade Anderson 

Ellen Warner 
Vernon Wilcox 

Ethel Karren 



Maurice Clayton 
Alta Spalding 

Frank Swenson 

Rebecca Kirk 
Arthur McKell 



Vivian Jones 
Max Hunt 
Merline Miller 

Allen C. Woolley 
Rilla Jacobsen 



Keith Wilde 

Edith Wilcox 
Frank Atkinson 

Helen Morgan 
Allen Shippee 



Vera Hanson 

Lewis Rich 

Beatrice Rogers 
Fon Cook 
Berniece Anderson 



Bert Boyack 

Elayne Boyle 
Harold Rex 

Edna Wootton 
Vaughn Leavitt 



Alice Ruth Woodruff 
Sam Sorenson 
Dorothy Brough 
George Bird 
Millie Lamb 



Orlan Van Leuven 

Helen Grant 
Sterling Olsen 
Afton Clegg 
R. M. Boyce 

112 



Alice Todd 
Elmo Black 
Lillieth Van Dam 

Merrill Stewart 

Donna Tolboe 



Ronald Dixon 
Charlotte Nelson 

Vernon Ball 

Ellen Laris 
Vern L Davis 



Roene Curtis 
Lee H. Baker 

Vivian Peacock 

Grant Holt 

Nina White 



Lyie Eldredge 
Cleo Rassmusen 

Mark Bowen 
• Margaret Harris 

Gene Greenhaigh 



Dorothy Williams 
Lyman Davies 
Connie Kelly 
Royal Rhoton 
Barbara Peay 



Earl Dillman 
Edna Anderson 

Irvin Romney 
Luella Guymon 

Howard Ballard 



Wanda De La Mare 
Frank Hess 

Esther Berry 
Morris Winward 
Ruth Schneider 



Gordon Jensen 

Melpha Binks 

Fay X. Bybee 
Josephine Broadbent 

Normand Reed 




113 




Utella Smith 
Fred Heaton 
Levora Eagar 

Jay Olson 
Mary Callan 



Thomas Lefler 
Helen Tenney 
Alfred Canning 
Anna Wells 
Ervin Peterson 



Mable Jensen 

Jack M. Anderson 
Lola Hacking 
Stewart Scherrer 
Ellen Anderson 



Harry Loader 
Sybil Cole 
Shirl Black 
Margaret Thomas 
Glen Hobson 



Freda Decker 
Blake Cloward 

Anna Hardman 

Grant W. Baker 
Fern Moulton 



Eldon Quinton 
Jessie Cowley 
Dean Taylor 
Audrey Rasmusson 
W. G. Peterson 



Ruth Horr 

Evan G. Gardner 
Marie Bestelmeyer 
Bill Horton 
Martha Coleman 



Frank Brinton 
Alaire Young 

Russell Westover 

Celia Mifflin 
Welby Young 
114 



Elma Madsen 

Darrell Soffe 
Helen Clark Parrish 

Clark Brown 
Ruth Paxman 



Albert Huber 
Beth Anderson 
Thomas R. Parker 

Clelda Johnson 

Albert Clark 



Emma Lee Bown 
Brian Mutchings 
Beulah Carlston 

Errol Brown 
Georgia Olson 



James Robertson 
Boneta LeBeau 
Thomas Reeve 
Jean Cannon 

Earl Banks 



Ruth Wall 

Roy Boyer 
Afton Tucker 
Don C. Warnick 

Leona Nelson 



Merlin D. Stevenson 
Madge Jacobs 
Bruce Muish 
Jennie Duke 
Arnold Bingham 



Patricia Lodge 
McKay Allred 

Leila Harding 
Elmo Dwain Buchanan 

Zola Johnson 



Wayne Taylor 

Evelyn Briggs 
Melvin Crosby 
Louise Russell 

Karl Brand 




115 



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CAMPUS LIFE 



Which represents a patchwork of the sunlight 
and shadows of collegiate life. The name of this 
section is "Fred Makes His Way," or "You Can 
Fool Some of the People Some of the Time" or 
"The Camera Catches All". If your picture appears 
in no other place in these pages, look on row 
forty-seven, seat sixty-five, in the stadium. 



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Band and White 
Keys on 
stadium parade 



A bike- 
complex 



Our pride--the new tennis 

courts, senior project of 

193* 



Doghouse Reynolds-- 
perhaps caused by 
too much psychology 



Twilight 
on the hill- 
Harper, 
Taylor, and 
Brand 




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FROSH ORIENTATION 



Stocks and 
bondage 


Apple 
polishing 


Due at Senior 
Court fifteen 
minutes ago 


De-pantsing 


Barnum was 
right 


Our mascot, 
Tarbo, at home 


Egg-ood-eggzample, 
conducted bv Chair- 
man Willey 


in the zoo 


Clean "Y" up 
thar 


Through the 
cougar's moulh-- 
climax of the 
Freshman Trek 






Dr. Marbn and 


A square 


bacilllus organisms 


meal 


The type of 


stu- 




dent Oa likes 


A slant on 






groceries 


Mechanical 




And he said 


men 




"Chem-is-tiy me 
some time. " 


Another 




If they wood 


angle on 




work, they wood 


groceries 




work wood 





Two old dependables 








The pinnacle 






of education 


Rear visions 




Clouds 


Where the water 




12:30 lessons in 


runs under the 




nutrition 


bridge 






Le Mardi Gras 




A slightly 
different slant 
on groceries 




CTHI/I/ 



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PREPARES TO GREET m 



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R.M.C. Scorer 

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cJ'jf Editor Plans New ''^o,?'^*.'**''ox- 

K-A- ^d^ ".. 'J Sections For 1935 ^A; />/ 
^ • Colorful Banyan a^fo,> 4^ 



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FOR HOMECOMING DAY 



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Redskins 



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Honored On Founder's I 



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.jHlltlRIE LOe^:S FOR 




Torm or a get -acq 
shake" comprise ^^'■'• 
ly planned. Siu i • t 
will also be in; 
of t!ie opening \. 
With the fir^; 
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accre ^*^ "^ ^^ ; than; years tO 

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1 r ' _\ r * - miniduction 

~\ \.l\tl^ ,i>ttfftnent.s of instruc- 

f> uiarkellng anil landscape archi- 

r tktllt^^ ' brought the academic 

"limber 



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Icums 10. 

the gups causeu 

be Coach Roniney's en 
;i in the nieantnne. Speaking 
.iiial' Dutch, it appears that P'l'ov"! instm... ' •■• f || • " .<i.i 

three holes in the good old '- V^ooU. nistructor m .. -Jcs; O. 
; if Runiiie- fun <ui.iiiivr no I M"'-'dith Wdso". student, rrcxy of 



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facnlty, wbc. ^^f Ca^W ^ ^Cat ^4// 

has grown aii.l vkik,,^* Qg Q ** 2S ^ 

it includes US learned men •■ ^0(7 _ , ^ ^tlrt 

men who give instruction in more tha,. 'it hf\.fi " ^Ort 

1.000 curses in five different colleges. 1 P'"^- "l/? o^ , ^ 
,,.,,,,. ,, ,.,. , at the n\u..y'l(ia 



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r.RKrilAM YOUNG UNIVERSI TV, l'K(i\(). LT \H, KKIDW. MARCH 15. 1935 



. ''i7i:;^H?n!:st.r^^ok ^LEyEm of TH Fy^^WHITMAN AND 
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>^ *^ ^ C^ • qP^ direction of l-.u 

thl^Oft,^^^ . 

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•VCV^^ X»^ . \^' >' Monday! - >^ . , 

rev* ^ fli?. .- '^ •\ petitions VVi.. for cm 

' . \fl^ JVC' •'"•'■e ^•*.1^^ ;A'''^- ■■»<"<=■ which promises 

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Vr suirited this year. A. <3 ^ M ^ 

Qm,; • I>!isiilent of the or- 0.k/"^^t^ 

"Gf: A _•■"' llie election. I „. <JJ^ >r» 



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attended the scssiotis 



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onchi.<ion of this convention, 



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ErmelMo.. "Oiirt. » ^'G /II. Orpha Soffe, Lucy Jley. 

a publicity drive . ^■Liet.' /ational Leader— Dona Daslrup, 

reminder signs will Bl— -,.__^ Wil/y/ Erickton. 

points where students are wont i<- fs/ics in the publication election 



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debates w" 

with°^the "Mr. and Mrs. Is 
mem « he THc Namc" Theiw 

mated ju' 
Harold ( 
place in ' 



Of B. Y. Couplt 




LEADERSHIP 




The fountain 


John A. 




glorified for 


Widtsoe 


0- 


the occasion 


Stephen 




L. Richards 


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Pioneer Luke 


David O. 


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and his 


McKay 


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PEP VODIE 

First place - O. S. Trovala "R. M. C. Baby Show" 
Second place - Brigadiers "Rocky Mountain Carnival" 
Third place - Cesta Ties "Just Married" 



PEP VODIE 



Val Norns "Pop-Y the Sailor" 

Vikings "The Dungeon of Lost Scores" 



Thalians "Cougar! Cougar!" 
Fidelas "Flying High" 



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WINTER CARNIVAL 

Snow queen entrants— Queen 
Christensen second from left 

Skii-rewy people 
'Alp, 'Alp 



Loud speakers 

announcing 

events 

He flies thru 
the air with 
the greatest 
of siciis 



The boys who 
bossed the 
big affair-- 
Biddulph, Condon, 
and Boyle 

The pose 
perfecto 




- \^^"^ 




Junior Prom -A 


Romance of 


Color 






Sophomore Loan Fund Ball- 
A Night of Heaven 


Webster Decker 
and Jack Eastmond 




Virgil Wedge, 
Prom 


co-chairmen of the 
Loan Fund Ball 




chairman 




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Typists in the Annual Com 
Contest 




Banyan Bea 


uty Parade 


Where students 


Once upon a 


meet and eat 


time there 


and help pay 


was a big 


for the stadium 


Megatherium 




Cuvieri- 


Hi, Pal- 


The girls 


going my way? 


jamboreeing 





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I he crowning of Miss Jean Danvers as Banyan 
Queen climaxed a beaufcy and popularity contest 
in which forty-two Y coeds participated. In the 
preliminaries held at the Paramount Theatre April 
lO, ten girls were selected by the following 
judges: Mrs. Erma Phell Bitner of Station 
KSL, Mr. Claire Woods, manager of the Para- 
mount Theatre, and Mr. P. S. Ecker of Ecker 
Studios, all of Salt Lake City. The queen was 
elected from these ten girls by student vote. 

Portraits by Ecker 



144 




PUBLICATIONS 



A high sense of honor In regards to taking 
advantage of the under-dog prevents us from refer- 
ring here to the famous Banyan-Y News feud which 
has again been revived. We will say, however, that 
the Y News has been comprehensive and progress- 
ive, and together with its offspring, the quarterly 
magazine "Voice of the Campus", has given a true 
reflection of Y life. 

As for the Banyan, we let It speak for itself. 




M. Tholen J. Domina 

A. Taylor O. Done 

F. Chrislensen E. Crowley 



J. 


Smith 


F. 


Washburn 


B. Millet 


J. 


Eastmond 


E. 


Hastings 


L. 


Mercer 


F. 


Hess 


M. Piatt 


W. 


Foulger 


L. 


Merrill 


D. 


Dastrup 


L. 


Priday 


V. Brand 


C. 


May 


V. 


Lortz 



1935 BANYAN 



EDITORIAL STAFF 



Otto Done 


Editor 


Luana Mercer 


Literary Editor 


Fred Washburn 


Photographic Editor 


Walt Foulger 


Art Editor 


Leiand Priday 


Production Manager 


Elmer Crowley 


Bunyon Editor 


Beulah Millet 


Activities 


Dona Dastrup 


Seniors 


Laura Merrill 


Organizations 


Virginia Lortz 


Classes 


Margaret Stagg 


Women's Sports 


John Domina 


Men's Sports 


Marion Piatt 


Student Administration 


Virginia Brand 


Proof-Reading 


Ada Taylor 


Typist 


Fern Christensen 


Typist 


Udell Jolley 


Publicity 


Howard Peterson 


Snapshots 


Margaret Tholen 


Art 


Vincent Newcomer 


Art 


Herbert Breinholt 


Art 


Faye White 


Art 


May Louise Mitchell 


Mounting 


Franic Hess 


Mounting 


Lillieth Van Dam 


Mounting 



OTTO DONE 
Editor 



146 






g'r^jim 




im 



V. Peterson L Van Dam H. Smith A. Marsden O. Evans E. Seiter H. Larsen 

L Tate W. Wayward M. L Mitchell H. Peterson B. Hacking U. Jolley L Erickson 

W. Mickelsen H. Allred M. Clayton H. Young K. Stringham L. Colton D. Merrill 

1935 BANYAN 

BUSINESS STAFF 



OAKLEY EVANS 
Business Manager 




Oakley Evans 








Business Manager 


Woodrow Mickelsen 




Assistant 


Business Manager 


Maurice Clayton 






Advertising Manager 


Helen Young 








Secretary 


Huitau Allred 








Sales Manager 


Jack Eastmond 








Advertising Artist 


Ad 


vertising 


Ass 


stants 




LaRue Erickson 








Willard Hayward 


Virgil Peterson 








Hyrum Smith 


Harold Larsen 








Ken Stringham 




Salesmen 






Althea Marsden 








Erika Seiter 


Emmeline Hastings 








Berniece Hacking 


Lorna Colton 








Ermel Morton 


Leah Tate 








Afton Buchanan 


Karl Jameson 








Boneta LeBeau 


Louie Jean Miner 








Marie Robinson 


Klein Skousen 








Utella Smith 


Earl Banks 








Jean Smith 


Douglas Merrill 








Chester May 


Carlos Taylor 










1^7 












J. Domina 
J. Davies 



H. Forsyth 
L. Christensen 



C. Jensen 
K. Sundwall 



M. Jones 
M. Jacob 



M. Nelson 
W. Nuttall 



A. Hanson 
A. Woolf 



T. Eastmond 
D. Jones 



"Y" NEWS 



RAY MCGUIRE 
Editor 



EDITORIAL 


STAFF 


Ray McGuire 


Editor 


Francis Foster 


Assistant Editor 


Milton Nelson 


Assistant Editor 


Maurice Jones 


Sports Editor 


Cecelia Jensen 


Literary Editor 


Afton Hanson 


Society Editor 


John Domina 


Assistant Sports Editor 


Winifred Nuttall 


Assistant Society Editor 


Dale Jones 


Columnist 


Howard Forsyth 


Columnist 


Wilkins Nuttall 


Columnist 


Tom Eastmond 


Staff Artist 


Phyllis Dixon 


Women's Sports 



p» 





148 





J. Nelson 
J. Lambert 



P. Dixon 
R. Hudson B 



U. Jolley M. Brower E. Morton V. Hicken 

Roberts R. McGuire W. Nuttall A. Westman H. Bower 



Willey 
C. Boyack 



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Y" NEWS 



JAY L NELSON 
Business Manager 




BUSINESS STAFF 




Jay L. Nelson 
Arden C. Westman 
Ivan Willey 



Business Manager 

Assistant Business Manager 

Circulation Manager 



REPORTERS 



Kathryn Sundwall 
Jack Davies 
Milton Jacob 
Roy Hudson 
Anthony Woolf 
Malcolm Johnson 
LaVerl Christensen 



IA9 



Beth Roberts 



Ermel J. Morton 

Udell Jolley 

Verda Hicken 

Melba Brower 

James Lambert 

Clifton Boyack 

Helen Bower 




Photos by Elmer Johnson 



THE BANYAN TREE 



The Banyan Is a native tree of East India, but it exists on our 
campus as a tradition. In 1911 the name "Banyan", submitted 
by Professor E. H. Easlmond, was chosen for the Y yearbook, 
symbolic of Dr. Karl G. Maesar's comparison of the Banyan 
tree with our school: "The Brigham Young University is the 
parent trunk of a great educational Banyan tree." 



150 




MUSIC 



There's always music in the air around the 
Y. Perhaps that Is why the students here are 
musically minded, musically appreciative and musically 
proficient. But this music consciousness is not 
entirely plucked from thin air. Without the com- 
petent directorship of the personnel of the music 
department, the Y could not maintain its place on 
the heights of musicdom. 




CONCERT BAND 



PERSONNEL 

John Halliday - Student Manager 



FLUTE-PICCOLO 
Wilford Weight 
Darrel Soffe 

OBOE 

Rex Sutherland 

E FLAT CLARINETS 
Roy Huntington 
Hazel Anderson 

B FLAT CLARINETS 
Milo Adams 
Harry Clark 
Orson Peterson 
Louise Richards 
John Halliday 
Clara White 
Verdun Walts 
Leiand Priday 
Lee Empey 
Geraldine Michael 
Gordon LeSueur 
Ruth Smith 
Glen Johnson 
Grace Thomas 
Rex Greenhaigh 
Beth Stout 
DeMonte Washburn 
Carson Healy 
Floyd Anderson 
Lucille Vernon 
Ralph Kirlcham 
Iris Manwaring 
Keith Stevenson 
Lavon Earl 
Ray McKinnon 
Leonard Leavitt 



ALTO CLARINET 
Mima Broadbent 

BASSOONS 

Grant Baker 
Roy Hicken 

SAXOPHONES 
Joe Dean 
Maurice Porter 
Calvin Swenson 
Jennie Duke 
Marian Miner 
Elaine DeGraff 
Blake Cloward 
Marcell Bird 
Ray Hassinger 

TRUMPETS 
Dean Alsop 
Glenna Clyde 
Verdon Strange 
Beth Anderson 
Bruce Barclay 
Bennie Schmiett 
DeVon Anderson 
Dee Cox 
Joseph Clayson 
Gene Greenhaigh 
James Fernley 

HORNS 

Frank Postma 
Karl Brand 
Maurine Moulton 
Alicebeth Whlteley 
Reed Hacking 



BARITONES 
Oscar Arnold 
Fern Moulton 

TENOR 

Carol Remund 

TROMBONES 
Kenneth Duke 
Glade Jorgensen 
Newell Weight 
Lamar Hoover 
Keith Wilde 
Willis Sorensen 

BASSES 

Dallin Nielsen 
John Dalton 
Max White 

STRING BASSES 
Sterling Callahan 



TIMPANY AND 
PERCUSSION 
Jack Owens 
Harlan Clark 
Kenneth Strlngham 
Meeks Halliday 



ROBERT SAUER 
Director 



152 





SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 



PERSONNEL 

Lawrence Whitman - Student Manager 



VIOLINS 



LEROY J ROBERTSON 

Director 




Donald Olsen, 

Concert Master 
Dearwin Sardoni 
Ann Clayson 
Leiand Prrday 
Rowena Christensen 
Junior Lundquist 
Helen De Graff 
Willis Sorensen 
Don Earl 
Harold Laycock 
Theresa Krauss 
Helen Johnston 
Dorell Wilde 
Lucretia Duke 
Blaine Huntsman 
Ruth Romer 
Lorraine Bowman 
Vern Davis 
Evelyn Briggs 
Marguerite Christensen 
Zula Hanson 
Louise Boyer 
Winston Downs 
Neva Strate 
Beth Bird 
Maurine Moulton 
Clara Burton 
Jack Rupper 

OBOES 

Rex Sutherland 

Verle Harrison 



VIOLAS 

Lawrence Whitman 
Joe Dean 
Hazel Anderson 
Albert Swenson 
Lo.s West 
Dalltn Ntelsen 
Beth Storrs 
Prance Childs 
lone Averett 

CELLOS 
Owen Bingham 
Carma Ballir 
Stella Prisby 
Edna Stowell 
Martha Jones 
Joie Batchelor 
Orlene Speckart 
Lota Paxman 
Josephine White 
Crandall Giddtngs 

BASSES 
Frank Shaw 
Sterling Callahan 
Max White 
Gene Nelson 
Harry Blackwell 
Theron Reynolds 

PICCOLO 

J J Keeler 

FLUTES 

Prof Elmer E. Nelson 

Wilford Weight 

Darrel Soffe 



CLARINETS 

John Halliday 

Harry Clark 

Louise Richards 

BASSOONS 

Prof Robert Sauer 

Grant Baker 

Roy Hicken 

HORNS 

Prof, Clair Johnson 

Naomi Zumbrunnen 

Frank Postma 

Dean Gerritt de Jong 

TRUMPETS 

Dean Alsop 
Bennie Schmiett 

Dee Cox 

TROMBONES 

Ken Cuke 
Glade Jorgensen 
Newell Weight 
TUBA 
Roswell Willard 

TIMPANY AND 
PERCUSSION 

Homer Wakefield 
Ken Stringham 
Jack Owens 
HARP 
Marjorie Mensel 

OR6AN 
J. J. Keeler 
SPECIAL PIANIST 
Olive Reeve 




THE SUN DANCE 

Competitive Opera 

March 13, 14, 15 



WILLIAM F. HANSON 
Composer and Director 



Spectacular and picturesque in its portrayal 
of Indian life, the "Sun Dance," five-act opera, was 
presented in college hall to capacity audiences. 
William F. Hanson has for many years studied and 
interpreted Indian life, traditions and music and 
wrote the opera in collaboration with Zitkala Sa, 
noted Sioux Indian woman. A total cast of one 
hundred members, including dancers and choruses, 
participated in the production. 



154 




THE MESSIAH 
December 2 



"Glory to God in the highest, 
peace on earth, goodwill toward men." 

Among the major events of the university 
music department was the presentation of Handel s 
magnificent oratorio, "The Messiah." In keeping 
with the universal custom among Christian nations, 
this famous oratorio is presented annually by the 
university. Including the university orchestra, under 
the direction of LeRoy J. Robertson, and the huge 
mixed chorus, with its special soloists, under the 
direction of Dr. Franklin Madsen and Dr. Florence 
Jepperson Madsen, nearly three hundred individuals 
participated. 



155 




LADIES' GLEE CLUB 



PERSONNEL 



Huitau Allred 
Helena Anderson 
Martha Asfiby 
Elodia Ashworth 
Thella Bailey 
Carol Bennett 
Wanda Berry 
Marie Bestelmeyer 
Margaret BIgelow 
Ada BIscfioff 
Lorraine Bowman 
Alice Briggs 
Evelyn Briggs 
Eleanor Brown 
June Brown 
Afton Buchanan 
Lorene Butler 
Ethel Cazler 
Opal Chnstensen 
Eulalia Condie 
Dora Coombs 
Margaret Crouther 
Odessa Culllmore 
Phyll.-. Daniels 
Dona DastruD 
Na'orni Davenport 
Geraldine Eggertson 
Virginia Ekins 
Ida Fechser 
Gladys Fillmore 
Afton Tucker 
Llllieth ''Jan Dam 
Lucille Vernon 
LuDeen Waldram 



Stella Frisby 
May Gardner 
Irene Gilchrist 
Edna Glover 
Hazel Glover 
Berniece Hacking 
Lola Hacking 
Maurine Hacking 
Valarie Hardman 
Audrey Harris 
Laurel Harper 
Edith Harrison 
Lois Haws 
Jean Harrison 
Verda HIcken 
Erma Hickman 
Grace Hildy 
Beth Jackson 
Louise Jenkins 
Ana Jensen 
Ina Jesperson 
Vera Jones 
Ethel Kerr 
Woiren Kirk 
Rose Kirkham 
Maunne Kjar 
Lorine Lee 
Mary Leonard 
Beth Madsen 
Evelyn McAffee 
Artimicia Whetstone 
Alicebeth Whitely 
Sara White 
Dorothy Wignall 



Mary McGregor 
Evelyn Merkley 
Alice Miller 
Harriet Miner 
Carlle Murdock 
Verna Murphy 
Charlotte Nelson 
Hannah Packard 
Jane Packard 
Beth Paxman 
Barbara Perrett 
Alene Peterson 
Ethelyn Peterson 
Helen Pryor 
Elizabeth Ramsbotham 
Ruth Partridge RIchan 
Mr.ry Richins 
A\arie Robinson ,• 
Rinda Rowley 
Ellen Scorup 
Ruth Snow 
Orpha Soffe 
Evelyn Sorenson 
Mrs H C. Snell 
Emma Spencer 
Fredona Strickler 
Wanda Steven 
Gale Stewart 
Mattie Taylor 
Nadine Taylor 
Edna Wootten 
Irene Wrathall 
Maunn Yarbrough 
Naomi Zumbrunnen 

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DR FLORENCE JEPPERSON MADSEN 
Director 





MALE GLEE CLUB 



PERSONNEL 



OR. FRANKLIN MADSEN 
Director 





Reed Anderson 
Ivan Anderson 
Faye Bybee 
Eldon Butler 
Paul Bates 
Ross Burgess 
Vernon Balls 
Harold Balls 
Thell Bailey 
Fred Blackett 
Leon Christensen 
Elvin Fon Cook 
Joe Clayson 
Clarence Giles 
Fred Hansen 
Jack Davies 
John Freckleton 
Calvin Frandson 
Venoy 6ay 



Roy Huntington 
Peter N. Jensen 
Valore Johnson 
Udell Jolley 
Berne Kindred 
Sterling Lewis 
Wilford D. Lee 
Ermel Morton 
Roy McKinnon 
Paul Nicholes 
Loey Newren 
Ray Peterson 
Elvin Peterson 
Russell Peterson 
Cornelius Peterson 
Lyman Partridge 
Dean Olsen 
Karl Probst 
William Purdy 
Roland Pond 



Ronald Pulham 
Maurice Porter 
Murray K. Roberts 
Eldon Reese 
Rulon Romney 
Wayne Rogers 
Eldon Richardson 
Ariel Sharp 
David Simmons 
Hillman Snell 
Harold Tuft 
Lloyd Tucker 
Verdun Watts 
Lawrence Whetstone 
George Whitaker 
Sam Sorenson 
George Sargent 
Sessions Smith 
Devid Sabin 



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Marjorie Mensel, Harp 

Gustave Buggert, Cello 



String Quintet 

Dearwyn Sardoni 
Geneva Wilson 
Ann Clayson 
Stella Frlsby 
Lawrence Whitman 



Women's Quartet J. J. 

Florence Todd, ace. 
Mary Clark 
Florence Woodhouse 
Naomi Halllday 
Pearl Callls 



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Organ 



DEAN GERRIT DE JONG, JR. 
Head of Department 



With the acqulstion of a pipe organ, the 
already extensive music department has been greatly 
augumented. Since its installation in the fall quar- 
ter, a number of recitals have been given and sev-. 
eral students have received instruction on It. The 
string quintet, women's quartet, and the addition of 
the harp to the symphony orchestra have added much 
to the cultural and broadening influence of the de- 
partment. Gustave Buggert's return to Germany has 
deprived the department of an accomplished celloist. 



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ART AND PAGEANTRY 



If it is a costume for a masquerade or misfit 
party, or two hundred costumes for a pageant, play 
or opera; if it is a poster for advertising the Loan 
Fund Ball or Founder's Day Parade; if it is crepe 
paper shakers for a football game or miles and miles 
of decorations for the Junior Prom—there's only one 
man on the campus equal to the occasion, artist- 
ically and temperamentally -- Professor E. H. 
Eastmond. 




ART STUDENTS WORKING ON "VOICE OF THE CAMPUS" 



Professor e. h. eastmond 

Head of Art Department 



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Under the direction of the Studio Guild, the 
Art Department has exhibited many fine creations 
of its students, both In the institution and in 
prominent centers in Provo and Salt Lake City. 

In addition to its many other responsibilities, 
the department sponsors a student "art service" 
which function? under the direction of Emmeline 
Hastings, Vincent Newcomer, Lillian Sjoberg, Irene 
Johnston and Walter Jensen. 



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DRAMA AND FORENSICS 



Drama! That magic word implies grease 
paint, foot lights and forgotten lines. And, inci- 
dentally, it conjures up a vision of a distinctive 
individual whose name appears in front of the word 
"Director" on drama programs, a man whose ver- 
satile wit and dramatic ability can be summed up 
in only one word -- Pardoe! 




Bie HEARTED HERBERT 

Fall Comedy 

November 8 and 9 

THE LATE CHRISTOPHER BEAN 
Senior Play 
December 7 




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PEER GYNT 

Competitive Play 

February 14, 15, l6 




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THE MUSIC MASTER 

Alumni Play 

January 24, 25, 26 



COQUETTE 
Theta Alpha Phi Play 
February 28-March | 




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THE MILKY WAY 

Spring Comedy 

April II, 12 

TROJAN WOMEN 

Girls Day Play 

May I, 2 




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COMEDY OF ERRORS 
CHRISTMAS PAGEANT 



Greater student participation has been the 
aim of the dramatic department. The augmenting 
of the Mask Club with its one-act play production 
has furthered that aim. And behind the proscenium 
are those assistants whose capable maneuverings are 
responsible for the success of all dramatic produc- 
tions: Elmer Crowley, assistant manager, John 
Domina, publicity manager, and Guy Callahan, stage 
manager. 

The department has increased its facilities 
in lighting, established its costume wardrobe, and 
enlarged its library. 



MILTON NELSON 
Dramatic Manager 



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Bie-HEARTED HERBERT 

By Kerr Richardson 

Directed by 

T. Earl Pardee and Alice Spencer 



HERBERT KALNESS 
ELIZABETH KALNESS 
ROBERT KALNESS 
JUNIOR KALNESS 
MARTHA 
ALICE KALNESS 
ANDREW GOODRICH 
AMY LAWRENCE 
JIM LAWRENCE 
MORTIMER GOODRICH 
MRS. GOODRICH 
MRS. HAVENS 
MR. HAVENS 



Milton Nelson 

Margaret Bird 

Harold Thurston 

Elmo Geary 

Margret Boyer 

Norma Pardee 

Gilbert Tolhurst 

Hermese Broadbent 

Joseph Crane 

Roy Broadbent 

Nadine Taylor 

Lorna Wentz 

Rosweil B. Willard 



THE LATE CHRISTOPHER BEAN 

By Sidney Howard 

Directed by 

T. Earl Pardoe and Norman Freestone 

DR. HAGGATT Ivan Gee 

SUSAN HAGGATT . . Moreho Allred 

ABBY Leona Eitel 

MRS HAGGATT Alice Spencer 

ADA HAGGATT Ruth Clark 

WARREN CREAMER .... Myles Judd 

TALLANT Phil Christensen 

ROZEN Bill Hasler 

DAVENPORT Howard Forsyth 

COQUETTE 

By 

George Abbott and Ann P. Bridges 

Directed by Kathryn B Pardoe 



JIMMIE BESANT . . . 

DR. BESANT 

STANLEY WENTWORTH 

NORMA BESANT . 

BETTY LEE REYNOLDS 

MR. WENTWORTH 

JULIA 

MICHAEL JEFFERY . . 

JOE REYNOLDS . . 

ETHEL THOMPKINS 

ED FORSYTHE 



Elmo 0eary 

Joe Crane 

Preston Gledhill 

Norma Pardoe 

Lorna Wentz 

Allen Sorensen 

Margaret Bird 

Phil Christensen 

Norman Freestone 

Margret Boyer 

Guy Callahan 



THE MUSIC MASTER 

By Charles Klem 
Directed by Kathryn B. Pardoe 

SIGNOR TAGLIAFICO TICO" Jean Paulson 
MONS. LOUIS PINAC (of Paris) Gernt de Jong 
HERR AUGUST POONS (of Le.ps.c) Memll Wood 
HERR ANTON VON BARWIG T Earl Pardoe 
HENRY A STANTON . . Sherman Chnstensen 
MR. SCHWARTZ .... A Rex Johnson 

^R RYAN O. Meredith Wilson 

AL COSTELLO ...... Sidney Sperry 

JOLES Claude Snow 

DITSON B. F. Cummings 

DANNY , Mark Boyle 

BERTRAM CRUGER Seth Shaw 

ANDREW CRUGER George Ballif 

MRS ANDREW CRUGER . Odessa Culhmore 

HELEN STANTON phyll.s Miller 

MISS HOUSTON Elizabeth Gessford 

JENNY Fern Jude 

CHARLOTTE Lois Chnstensen 

OCTAVIA Monta Wentz 

COLLECTOR gUer Crowley 

PIANO MOVER Wilford Lee 



THE MILKY WAY 

By 
Lynn Root and Harry Clark 
Directed by T. Earl Pardoe 

SPIDER Wayne Rogers 

SPEED McFARLAND Jay Nelson 

ANNE WESTLEY Dorothy Pond 

GABBY SLOAN Elmer Crowley 

BURLEIGH SULLIVAN .... Myles Judd 

MAE SULLIVAN Pearl Callis 

EDDIE Sam Sorenson 

WILLARD Vernon Wilcox 

WILBUR AUSTIN Shirl Swen.on 

TROJAN WOMEN 

By 

Euripides 

Directed by T. Earl Pardoe and 

Mrs. Kathryn B. Pardoe 

PALLAS ATMENA Margaret Bird 

Alice Spencer 

CASSANDRA Beth Paxman 

Margret Boyer 

ANDROMACHE Helen Can6\dn<i 

Virginia Ekins 

HELEN Vivian Peacock 

Utella Smith 

LEADER Maurine Murdock 

Margaret Tholen 

And Chorus 

PEER GYNT 

By Henrik Ibsen 

Directed by T. Earl Pardoe, 

Phil Christensen and Joseph Crane 

PEER GYNT Lyman Partridge 

Gene Jorgensen 

ASE, HIS MOTHER Helen Young 

Maza Christensen 
ASLAK, THE BLACKSMITH . Elmer Crowley 
MADS MAEN, BRIDEGROOM . Shirl Swenson 

HIS FATHER Wayne Rogers 

HIS MOTHER Fern Christensen 

SOLVEIG Fredona Strickler 

HELGA, HER SISTER Geraldine Eggertsen 

THEIR FATHER Allen Sorensen 

THEIR MOTHER . Afton Hanson 

THE HEGSTAD FARMER . . Eugene Payne 
INGRID, THE BRIDE . . . Afton Johnson 

PEASANT LADS Vernon Wilcox, John Domina 
Tom Peterson, Marlow Wootton 
THE MASTER COOK Dean White 

PEASANT GIRLS . . Edna Coleman 

Cecelia Jensen^ Ellen Warner, May Green 

ELDERLY PEASANT Paul Bates 

AN ELDERLY WOMAN .... Mary Ricks 

ANOTHER ELDERLY WOMAN Elaine De Graff 

THE GREEN CLAD WOMAN Hazel Anderson 

THE DORVE KING . . . LeRoy Broadbent 

TROLL IMPS . Gilbert Tolhurst, Margaret Bird 

Clifton Boyack, Virginia Ekins, Norman Freestone 

Berniece Hacking, Evan Nelson, Delia Snell 

Margaret Peterson, Alice Spencer 

THE UGLY BRAT . Eugene Payne 

MR COTTON Orville Stanfield 

MONSIEUR BALLON . . . Sanford Bingham 
HERR VON EBERKOPF Sam Sorenson 

HERR TRUMPERTERSTRALE . Miles Romney 
ANITRA, DANCING GIRL Tess Packard 

DANCING MAIDENS . . . Maxine Stewart 
Vivian Peacock, Ardelle Threet, Gladys 
Sorenson, Huitau Allred, Afton Hanson 
THE BUTTON MOULDER . Joe Dean 

LADS, GIRLS, TROLL COURTIERS, ETC 



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First row: Carlile, Houston, Wootton, Swenson, Davidson, Young, JUNIOR VARSITY DEBATE 

Second row: Pardoe, Snow, Swenson, Miller, Wilson, DEBATE COUNCIL; Chadwick, JUNIOR VARSITY. 

Third row: Wentz, MARY WOOLLEY CONTEST; Patrick, weber FORENSIC TOURNAMENT; Hacking, iRViNE 

ORATORICAL; Wood, ROTARY ORATORICAL; HeSS, Hicken, JUNIOR VARSITY. 



FORENSICS 



OAKLEY EVANS 
Forensic Manager 



An unusually extensive debating season began 
with the Western Teachers Special Forensic Tour- 
nament in Salt Lake City, followed by the Rocky 
Mountain Forensic Tournament. 

The peak of the season's activities was 
reached when the varsity team, consisting of Oakley 
Evans and Harold Christensen and the junior varsity 
team, consisting of Clifford Young and William 
Reeder, made a four-thousand mile trip up the 
Pacific Coast. 



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First row: Christensen, Young, Reeder, Evans, Boyack, Spencer. 

Second row: Forsyth, Corry, Bingham, men s VARSITY. Comer, Wagers, Carlston. 

Third row: LeBeau, Sundwall, Skinner, Owens, Litfclefield, Jacobs, women s varsity. 



FORENSICS 



T. EARL PARDOE 
Head of Speech Department 




A women's debating team, composed of 
Darlene Owens and Lucille Skinner, made a trip 
the latter part of the winter quarter to the Uni- 
versity of Southern California and the Pacific 
University at Stockton, California. 

The debate season culminated with eight 
junior varsity teams representing the Y at the Weber 
College Tournament at Ogden. ' The Y teams did 
outstanding work with Orson Hicken and Marlow 
Wootton debating in the finals. 



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When a Blue and White team trotted onto 
the turf, began warming up on a hardwood court, 
dug spiked shoes into cinders, or took the field in 
any of the minor sports, a well-played and interest- 
ing contest ensued. Large crowds witnessed the 
outdoor activities and frenzied spectators jammed 
the women's gymnasium beyond normal capacity 
every time the basketball team took the floor. 



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G. OTT ROMNEY 



CHARLES J HART 



COACHES 



Brigham Young's one man coaching staff is Ott Romney. He turns out good 
teanns in all three major sports, maintains his position as one of the school's best orators, 
and exercises his compelling personality in such a way that he is one of the best-liked 
men on the campus. To Coach Hart goes credit for an intra-mural program which em- 
braces nearly every student. Under his capable direction students participated In more 
than a dozen sports during the year. "Buck" coaches freshman football, varsity tennis, 
Y High basketball and acts as athletic manager. 



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MAX WARNtR 
Football 



JAY WHITMAN 
Basketball 



LYNDON DUDLEY 
Track 



MERRILL CROFT 
Wrestling 



WILSON BOOTH 
Tennis 



VARSITY CAPTAINS 



"Greasy" Warner was an all-conference guard with a reputation for 
playing in the opponent's backfield. Ask the Utes. "Cagey" Jay cap- 
tained his team two years while he was earning all-conference honors at 
guard. Lyndon was an outstanding quarter-miler who was elected captain 
of a championship team. Merrill Croft was a champion as well as a 
captain. Wilson Booth captained the spectacular 'Y' tennis team. All 
these captains were examples and an inspiration to their team mates. 



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WARNER 



DURRANT Gillespie 



Hutchinson 



JOHNSON 




VARSITY FOOTBALL 



OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE i, B. Y. U. 32. 

Brigham Young was victorious in its only intersectional game. 
Occidental College met defeat in a colorful game in the Y stadium. 



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MONTANA STATE 6, B. Y. U. 20 

Freezing temperature and a snow-swept gridiron at 
Great Falls. The Cougars capitalized on all opportunities. 



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WHEELER 



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VARSITY FOOTBALL 



COLORADO COLLEGE 19, B. Y. U. 3A. 

Trailing 19-0 at half time, the Cougars staged a remarkable comeback 
to turn almost certain defeat into a thrilling victory. 

DENVER U. 24, B. Y. U. 6. 

The Powerful Pioneers crushed the Blue and White under a steamroller 
attack as the football wars ended for the season. 

WESTERN STATE o, B. Y. U. 46. 

Stinging from three straight defeats, the Cougars mauled a lighter team 
to exactly reverse the score of the Utah game. 

UTAH AGGIES 15, B. Y. U. o. 

Brigham Young lost a close and hard-fought game to their traditional 
foes in the best home game of the season. 



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GILES 



HART 



COOK 



LACOMB 



ASAY 



WOODWARD 



VARSITY FOOTBALL 



WYOMING 1, B. Y. U. o. 

Statistics reveal that the "Y" outgained and outplayed the Cowboys at 
Laramie, but fumbles at crucial moments spelled defeat. 

U. of U. 46, B. Y. U. O 

A blocked punt and an injury to LaComb on the third play of 
the game cost the Cougars another opportunity to defeat their traditional rivals. 

UNIVERSITY of COLORADO 48, B. Y. U. 6 

The Cougars played C. U. on even terms for three quarters and then 
say/ three Colorado backs run amuck in the closing period. 



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Top row: Coach Romney, M. Johnson, Waldo, Haws, Asay, Giles, G. Simmons, Tea, Verney, 

Cook, Assistant Richardson. 
Center row: Hart, D. Simmons, Oaks, Pehrson, D. Johnson, Alexander, Merrill, Sanford, Durrant, 

Booth. 
Bottom row: Wheeler, Law, Hutchinson, Gillespie, Warner, Vest, Merkley, Woodward, Gardner. 

Absent: LaComb and Taylor. 



VARSITY SQUAD 



Playing through its toughest schedule in years, Brigham Young's foot- 
ball team met most of the strong teams of the conference during the season. 
A slightly perceptible lack of reserve strength at the first of the season 
became more apparent as injuries reduced the squad. Although always lack- 
ing in reserves, the team gave a good account of itself when the first string 
was intact. 



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Top row: Lyons, Lambert, Schearrer, Soffe, Newren, J. Benton, 8 Benton, AAcKinney, 

Hansen, Brinley, Kleinman, Wagstaff, Coach Dixon. 
Middle row: Roundy, McBride, Gillespie, Jensen, Thomas, Campbell, Greenwell, Warner, 

Kesler, Manning. 
Bottom row: Wilkerson, G. Fairbanks, Canning, V. Fairbanks, Payne, Maynard, Lloyd, Adams, 

Stringham, Quigley. 



FRESHMEN FOOTBALL 

Heber CCC 12, B. Y. U. 20 

Westminister 13, B. Y. U. 26 
Snow J. Co., B.Y. U. 46 
Utah Aggies 7, B. Y. U. O 
Weber College O, B. Y. U. 13 
U. of U. 25, B. Y. U. 18. 

The baby Cougars won four of their six games but lost to both 
Utah and the Aggies. The team was exceptionally strong and well fort- 
ified with reserves. A number of the players will write their names in 
varsity football history at the Y. 



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Wayne Millet 
guard 



Hugh Cannon 
center 



Jay Whitman 
captain-guard 



Ralph Crowton 
forward 



Earl Giles 
forward 



VARSITY BASKETBALL 



U. of U. 25, B. Y. U. 54. 
U. of U. 53, B. Y. U. 56. 

An apparently championship-bound pack of Cougars swept through 
their first test with flying colors. 

MONTANA STATE 28, B. Y. U. 62. 
MONTANA STATE 32, B. Y. U. 55. 

The Blue and White easily disposed of a less experienced team. 
The Bobcats revenged themselves later. 

UTAH AGGIES 38, B. Y. U. 39. 
UTAH AGGIES 4i, B. Y. U. 27. 

The Cougars encountered another championship team and two nip 
and tuck battles ensued. Honors even. 



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Tense Moments During B. Y. U.— Utah Aggie Games. 



VARSITY BASKETBALL 



UTAH AGGIES A8, B. Y. U. A7. 
UTAH AGGIES 39, B. Y. U. 4o. 

Two gallant teams battled mightily for first place but left the floor still 
dead-locked. 

U. of U. 50, B. Y. U. 46. 
U. of U. 52, B. Y. U. 47. 

The Cougars met stiffened resistance from Utah. They faltered and the 
Utes collected two Cougar pelts. 

MONTANA STATE 53, B. Y. U. 4i 
MONTANA STATE 56, B. Y. U. 46. 

The Bobcats fell on the once mighty Cougars. 



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A Tip-in by Brooks 



VARSITY BASKETBALL 



Brigham Young started the season with what appeared to be 
a better team than that which won the division title last year. A 
successful eastern trip and convincing victories in other pre-season 
games gave Cougar supporters high hopes. After racing through 
the first half of the schedule and splitting botK series with the 
Aggies, their chief rivals, the Cougars slumped, lost four straight 
games to Utah and Montana and finished a poor second. 



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JUNIOR VARSITY 

Top row: Richardson, J. Benton, Fischer, Wright. 
Bottom row: Gourley, Pehrson, Campbell, Lyons. 



FRESHMAN SQUAD 

Top row: Homme, Hunt, Parker, Soffe, Miller. 
Bottom row: Fullmer, Ord, Graham, Kump, Bailey 



The freshman team made a good record for itself, although 
stress was placed on development rather than victory. It defeated 
Westminister and Snow Colleges twice each, made a good showing 
in the local commercial league, and in addition found time to de- 
feat several crack M Men and CCC teams. The Junior Varsity 
kept the Varsity hustling to keep their positions and saw a great 
deal of action which gave them valuable experience. 



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vaulters 



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TRACK SQUAD 



VARSITY TRACK 



Front row: Kleinman, Black, Campbell, Massinger, Golding, Canning, L. Taylor, Pernley, 
Warner, Dean, Hunter, Fullmer, Anderson, Warner, Wilson. 

Middle row: Lambert, Thornton, Giles, Walker, M. Taylor, Andrews, Captain Dudley, 
Hutchinson, H. Taylor, Standifird, Boyer, Christiansen, Perkins, Woolf, Schofield, McBeth. 
Back row: Call, Quigley, Biddulph, G. Gourley, Bohman, Verney, Cannon, McKinney, 
Fischer, Clark, Barber, Swenson, Coach Romney. 



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VARSITY TRACK 



Stimulated by World, Olympic, and National champions the Y athletes 
have reached new heights and speeds in track and field events. The Invita- 
tional Meet and Relay Carnival brought such outstanding athletes as: Walter Marty, 
world's champion high jumper, Stella Walsh, holder of the World's and Olympic 
sprint records, Gordon Dunn, national collegiate discus champion, and John 
Kuck, 1928 Olympic champion in shot put. The Silver Anniversary of the 
Invitational Track and Field Meet and Relay Carnival was witnessed by approx- 
imately ten thousand people and was heralded as a distinctive athletic triumph. 



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Shot-put Verney 



VARSITY TRACK 



The lower picture shows Pete Wilson, George Gourley, Dale Schofield, 
Hugh Cannon, George Ashby, Lyndon Dudley and Lamar Taylor, the men who 
upheld athletic honors at the National A. A. U. Meet held last summer at 
Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Dale came second in the senior low hurdles, Pete came 
second in the junior low hurdles, Hugh came third in junior division discus and 
Lyndon won fifth in the junior A40 yd. run. 

This season the B.Y.U. defeated the U.S.A.C. 96 points to 44 and 
from all indications the cougars will repeat their Rocky Mountain Conference 
Championship again, having won that honor last season with a 20 point lead and 
with 7 first places out of a possible l6. 



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Left to right: Coach Fred Dixon, Ballard, Stephens, Holt, Stoddard, Swenson, 
Captain Booth, Eastmond, Karlchner. 



VARSITY TENNIS 



Tennis has received an additional boost at the 'Y' with the building of 
the new courts on University Hill, as the 1934 Senior Project. Outstanding 
freshmen who because of their merits made the squad are. Grant Holt and 
Howard Ballard. All other members of the squad were carried over from last 
year and proved themselves to be dependable veterans. Those tennis fans who 
saw the season's first two meets will agree that the cougars' have a good chance 
for all-conference honors. The results were: 

U. of U. won 5 matches, B. Y. U. O 
U. S. A. C won 2 matches, B. Y. U. 3 



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Left to Right: Coach Aubert Cote, Thomas, Captain Croft, Bryner, Hullinger, 
Jeffrey, Roundy, Taylor, Johnson. 

VARSITY WRESTLING 



Deserel Gym 28, B. Y. U. 23 
Utah Aggies 28, B. Y. U. 13 
U. of U. 18 1/2, B. Y. U. II 1/2 
U. C. L A. 3, B. Y. U. 28 
Desert Gym 14, B. Y. U. 34 

Captain Croft and Golden Taylor were outstanding all year. 
Climaxing a successful season, they reached the semi-final round 
of the Junior A. A. U. meet in Los Angeles. The Junior Var- 
sity enjoyed an active season, defeating Westminister and Weber 
Junior colleges twice each in addition to other matches. 



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Top row: Colton, Butler, Hess, Steele, Peterson, Maxwell, McKinnon, Bowen, Mclntire, Milliner, 

Hobson, Jorgensen, Thomas, Gardner, 
Front row: Christensen, Neilson, Brown, Fillmore, Harper. 



BOXING 

Approximately seventy-five men were participants in the 
boxing activities in A.' A. U. meets and Intramural competition. 
Lincoln Gardner won the Senior A. A. U. championship for the 
second consecutive year and Dan Thomas won the Junior A. A. U. 
championship in an inter-collegiate meet held in Salt Lake City. 
Several exhibitions were sponsored for entertainment in the schools 
of this district. 



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INTRA -MURAL 



Lower Center: Vern Waldo, student manager of intra-murals and 
his assistant, Dave Crowton, who ably managed the many competitive 
activities. Upper left: The Goldbrickers, winners of the social unit basket- 
ball tournament. Upper right: Lawrence Golding, who won the fall 
and spring cross-country runs. Lower left: Bischof and Black, champion 
horse-shoe pitchers. Lower right: The Southern Athletic Club, winners 
of club basketball. Greater interest was shown in intra-mural competition 
than in any previous year and as a result more than eight hundred stu- 
dents participated in at least twelve different sports. 



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INTRA-MURAL 



INTRA-MURAL WRESTLING AND BOXING CHAMPIONS 

Back row: Carlyle Lambert, heavy weight wrestling; Herman Rowley, 165 lbs. 
wrestling; Ray Kartchner, 145 lbs. wrestling; Niles Vest, 175 lbs. boxing; Glen 
Berge, IA7 lbs. boxing; Allen Johnson, heavy weight boxing. 

Front row: Willard Lott, 175 lbs. wrestling; Paul Hunt, 155 lbs. wrestling; 
James Lambert, 135 lbs. wrestling; Albert Clark, 118 lbs. wrestling; Dan 
Thomas, I60 lbs. boxing; Errol Brown, 126 lbs. boxing. 
(Not in picture: Glen Gordon, 1 35 lbs. boxing; Bill Creer, 118 lbs. boxing). 



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WOMEN'S SPORTS 



Athletic girls have come to stay! Girls 
square their jaws with vindictiveness which seems to 
say, "We'll show you whether woman's place is in 
the home." Y women's determination for feminine 
laurels has been manifested by incessant rounds of 
action. Besides regular sports, frosh girls were in- 
itiated into the whirl by training for football, and 
upper-classmen kept themselves fit by bicycling, 
skiing, and hiking. 




^^oreho Allred 
Vice President 



Marjorie Smith 
President 
Phyllis Dixon 
Reporter 



Laura Banner 
Recorder 
Vera Deane Parkes 
Secretary 



WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

This organization provides an extensive program of activities for every girl. 
By participation any coed may win points; those acquiring fifteen hundred points are 
awarded sweaters. In addition to sponsoring interclass competition, W. A.A. pro- 
vides intramural activities. Social units, clubs, or independent groups may enter 
teams. Points are totaled and a cup is given to the organization showing the best 
performances during the year. Miss Marjorie Smith, president, carried out her pro- 
gram with notable success ,assisted by Moreho Allred, Vera Deane Parks, Laura 
Banner, and Phyllis Dixon. Sports managers to be commended for capable hand- 
ling of their individual sports are Ellen Jackson, Ruth Clark, Shirley Weight, Oma 
LeSueur, Laura Banner, Darlene Owens, and Geraldine MichaeL 



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DANCING CLUB 

This group is composed of advanced dancers, who are 
interested in dance composition and production as a means of 
creative art. The girls are under the direction of Aline C. Smith, 
with Anna Lou Peterson acting as president. The dance recital 
in the Spring, presented with the assistance of the physical ed- 
ucation department, represents the climax of their achievements. 



VOLLEYBALL 

By placing girls of different organizations on teams to- 
gether, competition in this sport emphasized sociability and fun. 



197 




TOUCH FOOTBALL 

Feminine football is a new and exciting sport on our 
campus. Its place in the program is to give women a greater 
football consciousness and a better knowledge of the sport through 
actual participation. Coaching was given by "Red" Richardson, 
and interclass games took place after the winning class squads 
had been selected. 



MINOR SPORTS 

There has been a growing interest displayed in minor 
sports. Demonstrations and tournaments were conducted in tennis, 
badminton, horseshoeing, tumbling, and shuffeboard. 



198 




Sophomore Basketball Team 



Beaux Arts Basketball Team 



BASKETBALL 

Interest and skill in this sport reached a high peak with 
twelve teams entering heated competition, Beaux Arts winning over 
all other organizations. Honors of the interclass tourney went to 
the Sophomore team. 



TRACK AND FIELD 

The season terminated with a combined meet of classes 
and organizations. Track events included runs, dashes, hurdles, 
and relays; field events included throwing, jumping and vaulting. 



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HONORARIES 



Playboys must demand attention, business 
men impress, actors primp, musicians disturb, home- 
makers fuss, preachers preach, athletes boast, and 
the accomplished and scholarly blush with fame, and 
so honorary and professional organizations are formed. 
Whether blazing with national glory or budding in 
youth in the light of the B.Y. U., they afford in- 
estimable service and cultural opportunities. 



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Phyllis Robinson 

Margaret Bird 

Afton Manson 

Norma Pardoe 

Wllla Sowards Swenson 
Ann Clayson 
Nadine Taylor 

Ruth Stevens 

Mary Clark 

Margret Boyer 

Beth Paxman 

Mary Dahlquist 

Hazel Anderson 

Moreho All red 

Belle Fillmore 

Pearl Callis 

Alice Spencer 

Leoia Green 

Helen Harris 

Irene Johnston 



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Joseph Swi'DbOd 
Oh Roniney 
W>iyno Millet 
Geoiqe Hdnsen 

Virgil Wedge 



E. H. Eastmond 
Perron Losee 
Phil Christenson 

Tom Eastmond 

Hugh Cannon 



Merrill Croft 
Lyman Partridge 

Oakley Evans 
Roy Broadbent 

Dave Merrill 



Milton Nelson 

Otto Done 
Joe Johnsen 

Dale Jones 
Ray McGuire 



Harold Chrlstensen 

Mark Brockbank 

Jay Nelson 
Ralph Jenson 

















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BLUE KEY 




Organized 1932 

Purpose To uphold willingly, seriously, and energetically 
the motto "Serving we live". 



Off 



icers: 



LYMAN PARTRIDGE 



PRES. 



Oakley Evans vice-pres. 

Dale Jones sec. &■ Ireas. 

Dr. George H. Hansen sergeant- at-arms 

O. Meredith Wilson natl. honorary member 



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Marvell Hutchinson 

Elmo Geary 
Spencer Grow 

Grant Holt 

La Vern Ungricht 
Elmer Griffith 

Stewart Grow 

Karl Jameson 




ALPHA KAPPA PS! 



Organized I928 

Purpose: To promote the welfare of individual members 
and to foster scientific research in the various 
fields of business administration. 



Off! 



icers: 



BERT LUDLOW 

LaVerne Ungricht 
Virgil Wedge 
Kay Hart 
Dale Jones 
Jack Owen 



PRES. 

sec. 

treas. 

master of rituals. 

director of publicity. 

alumni secretary 



Kay Hammond 

Wallace Gardner 

Jack Owen 
Aaron Brown 

Don Alder 

Chester May 

Harvey Wilson 



206 




Jay Schofield 

Len Sterling 

Virgil Wedge 

Earl Wignall 

Russell Durrant 

Kenneth Firmage 
Oakley Evans 

Verl Whiting 



Hyrum Smith 

Lynne Wright 
Jack Anderson 

Rudger Jones 

Berne Kindred 

Ross Webb 

Richard Knight 

Gilbert Chatwin 

Woodrow Mickelsen 

Phil Knight 

Dale Jones 








ALPHA KAPPA PSI 





DON ALDER 


VICE PRES. 




Hatch Farnsworth 


warden 




Stewart Grow 


historian 




Dr. A. Rex Johnson 


Division Counselor 


Other 


members: 

Sterling Crandall 
Jennings Evans 
Hatch Farnsworth 
Robert Hansen 





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BLOCK "Y" CLUB 



Organized 192^ 

Purpose: To maintain a high regard and reverence 
for the block letter. 



Offic 



Bert Asay 

George Stoddard 

Lucille Skinner 

Acil Roundy 

Kent Corry 

Marlow Wootton 

George Gillespie 

Charles Oaks 

Clifford Young 

Merrill Croft 

Lamar Taylor 

Mollis Hullinger 

ff Jeffery 
Roy Broadbent 

Wayne Hanks 

Grant Hutchinson 

Lincoln Gardner 
Katherine Sundwall 

Theron Snyder 

Clifton Boyack 



OAKLEY EVANS 



PRES. 



208 




Lyndon Dudley 
Walter Brooks 
Darlene Owens 

Douglas Merrill 

Kay Hart 



Golden Taylor 

Wayne Millet 
Sanford Bingham 
Mac Johnson 
Oakley Evans 



Joseph Swenson 
William Reeder 

Nola Comer 

Bill Haws 
Kirk Stephens 



Herbert Taylor 

Ferron Losee 
Hugh Cannon 
Dale Schofleld 

Tom Eastmond 



Ernest Dean 

Niles Vest 
Isabelle Littlefield 

Joe Johnsen 

Louis Bryner 




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BLOCK "Y" CLUB 



DARLENE OWENS 

Ferron Losee 
Mac Johnson 



VICE PRES. 

sec. &- treas. 
historian 



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DELTA 


PHI 




Organized I930 


Purpose: 


To perpetuate a spi 


rit of brotherhood and 




service among college men who have partici- 
pated in Christian missionary service. 


Officers: 








CECIL OIMICK 


PRES. 




Homer Royle 
Harold Smith 
Reed Wilson 


sec 6- treas. 

social chairman. 

athletic manager. 


Other members: 






Rhodes Jeppson 
Harold Dahlquist 





Berne Kindred 

Walter Brooks 

Frank Harris 
Reese Anderson 
Harvey Crandall 



John Dalton 

Otto Done 
Evan Gardner 

Erwin Zeyer 
Arnold Bingham 



Elmer Fillmore 

Grant Christofferson 
Kenneth Duke 
Spencer Grow 
Joseph Dean 



Orran Ashby 
Ell Clayson 
Marlow Wootton 
Morris Winward 
Theodore K. Young 



Winslow S. Cheever 
Cecil Dimick 

Arden C. Westman 
Eldon Schow 



2IO 




Harold Christensen 
Ferron Losee 
Archie Leavitt 
Lee Berry 
Glen Chriskensen 



Wilmer Tanner 
Ray Colton 

Kay Hammond 

Welby Young 

Ken Brown 



Leon Pond 
Orin Romney 
George Harston 
Ervin Peterson 
Cornelius Peterson 



Virgil V. Peterson 
Stanley Christensen 
Dave Miller 
Harold Smith 
Homer Royle 



Leslie Norton 

W. Guy Lund 

Wayne Mclntire 

Paul Hunt 




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DELTA 


PHI 


MARLOW WOOTTON 


VICE PRES. 


ies: 
Invitational 


Winter quarter 


Inter-chapter Formal 


April 6 


Formal 


April 20 



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GAMMA PHI OMICRON 

Organized 1926 

Purpose: To develop professional interest in Home 
Economics for the purpose of education 
and training for better home living. 



Off 



icers: 



LORNA MURRAY 


PRES. 


Martha Swensen 


vice-pres. 


Mary Broadbent 


sec. <jK historian. 


Maurine Dixon 


treas. 


Olive Winterton 


reporter 



Beulah Stricter 
Alpha Robison 
Maurine Dixon 
Irene S. Barlow 

Vilate Elliott 



May Billings 
Edna Ellsworth 

Naomi Halliday 

Merlene Tew 

Sara White 



Virginia Kimball 
Maurine Jones 

Laura Merrill 
Helen Calder 

Effie Warnick 



Olive Winterton 
Ruth Waldram 

Mildred Maughan 
Margaret Swenson 

Martha Swensen 



Irene Brooksby 
Rhean McAllister 
Mildred Swensen 

Lorna Murray 
Mary Broadbent 



212 





Lawrence Whitman 
Elmo Geary 
Dean Gerrit DeJong 

Douglas Merrill 

Frank Shaw 

Naomi Halliday 
Florence Woodhouse 

Lyman Partridge 

Rex Sutherland 

Olive Reeve 

Dallin Nielsen 
Thelma McKinnon 

Harmon R. Hatch 
Louise Richards 
Junior Lundquist 
Irene Houston 

John R. Halliday 



UPSILON CHI MU 



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Organized I93A 






Purpose: 


To stimulate friendship 


amon 


9 musicians of 




the school and to 


provide 


experience in 




program production 


and 


perf 


ormance. 


Officers: 


JOHN HALLIDAY 

Mary Clark 
Ann Clayson 
Olive Reeve 
Leiand Priday 
Lyman Partridge 






PRES. 

vice-pres. 

sec. 

treas. 

adv. manager 

reporter 


Other members: 

Owen Bingham 
213 Homer Wakefield 













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BETA BETA BETA 



Organized I930 



Purpose: To stimulate sound scholarship, to disseminate 
scientific truth, and to further biological inves- 
tigation. 



Officers: 



LYNN GEE 



PRES. 



Sheldon P. Hayes vice-pres. 

Mark J. Brockbank secretary it- historian 

Dr. Vasco M. Tanner faculty adviser 



Sheldon Hayes 

Dr. Vasco M. Tanner 
Harold Hutchings 

Merrill Hammond 



Harold Merkley 

Kenneth Duke 

Teut Becker 

John McGuire 



Mark Broadbank 
Lynn Gee 
Lynn B. Hayward 

Antone Nisson 



Wiikins Nuttall 



Nelson A. Snow 



John Dean 



214 




Dona Dastrup 



Josephine White 



Afton Hanson 



Zula Hanson 



Irene Johnston 



Elma Robinson 



Aline C. Smith 



Wilma Jeppson 



Laura Mensei 



Ardith Spalding 



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PHI DELTA PI 



Organized 1931 
Purpose^ To promote interest in physical education 

and to develop leadership, citizenship, and 

true ideals of sportsmanship. 
Officers: 





IRENE JOHNSTON 


PRES. 




Ardith Spalding 


recording sec. 




Zula Hanson 


corres. sec. 




Elma Robinson 


treasurer 




Afton Hanson 


reporter 




Dona Dastrup 


historian. 




Josephine White 


sergeant- at-arms 




Wilma Jeppson 


faculty adviser. 


Other 


members: 

Carma Ballif 




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Elmo Geary 
Webster Decker 

Margret Boyer 

Jack Gibb 
Lyman Partridge 



Joseph Crane 

Virginia Ekins 
T. Earl Pardoe 
Katheryn B. Pardoe 

Clifton Boyack 



Lorna Wentz 
Preston Gledhill 

Leola Green 
William Hasler 

Norma Pardoe 



Norman Freestone 
Margaret Bird 
Guy Callahan 
Helen Young 
Roswell Willard 



Alice Spencer 
Milton Nelson 

Beth Paxman 
Merrill Wood 
Grace N. Stewart 



Bill Goodman 

Allen Sorensen 

Roy Broadbent 

Ivan Willey 

Ariel Davis 



THETA ALPHA PHI 

Organized 1924 



Purpose: To encourage dramatic activities and to develop 
a knov/ledge and appreciation of drama. 



OffI 



icers: 



PHIL CHRISTENSON 

Margaret Bird 
Virginia Ekins 



PRES. 



vice-pres. 
sec. <&- treas. 



216 




Lyman Partridge 
Rulan Doman 
Franklin S. Harris, Jr. 
Alan Naylor 
Elmer Crowley 



Henry Nicholes 
Joe Pace 

Howard Dixon 
Karl Weight 

Ray Kartchner 



Elbert Miller 

Wilmer Barnelt 

Eugene Larsen 
George Bone 

Clifton Boyack 



Merrill Croft 

Mark Brockbank 

Merrill Hammond 

Kirk Stephens 

Milton Beck 




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Sanford Bingham 
Don Markham 
Howard Peterson 

Fred Kartchner 
Maurice Jones 



Jay Nelson 

Roy Hammond 

Morris Vance 



Organized I93l 



Purpose: 


To act in a service capacity 


for scout work 




and to foster fellowship 


among 


eagle scouts 




of the school. 








Officers: 


ELBERT MILLER . 

Sanford Bingham 
Merrill Croft 
Eugene Larsen 






PRES 

vice-pres. 

sec {*■ treas. 

reporter. 



217 




Purpose: To foster service, to stimulate social, recrea- 
tional, and religious activity and to spread 
truth through Latter Day Saint ideals. 



ricers: 



CATHERINE RICHARDS LUND PRES. 



Rhoda Young 
Ruth Speckarl 
Lila M. Hatch 
Orpha Kay 



first vice-pres. 

second vice-pres. 

sec €f treas. 

corresponding sec. 



Georgia Maeser 

Flora D. Fisher 
Marie D. Benson 
Catherine Richards Lund 

Alice Reynolds 

Elaine De Graff 

Cecelia Jensen 

Vilate Elliott 

Wilma Salisbury 

Donna Olpin 
Lucille Slaugenhoup 

Jennie Campbel 

Josephine Johnson 
Veda S. Nelson 
Rhoda Young 
Lucy B. Sudwecks 




SOCIAL UNITS 



Girls locked in closets, fellows dragged to 
canyons, mud spattered, and people unmercifully 
harangued, until that sensational pledge night is 
over— the chaos of social units, whose main reasons 
for existence are to toss hectic parties, and Impress 
the public that they lead the list In the social blue- 
book. Crashing through the year with dubious rep- 
utations, they still hold swing over frats and soror- 
ities and shelter genuine friendship. 



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Afton Crowley 

Ada Taylor 

Virginia Lorii 
LaVieve Jesperson 

Lorna Murray 

Helen Grant 
Maurine Bigelow 
LaPreal Winterton 

Wilma Barlow 

Geraldine Michael 

Mary McGregor 

Elayne Boyle 

Olive Winterton 
Utella Smith 

Ethel Eyring 
Audrey Rasmusson 

Theloia Harris 

Ruth Horr 

Marion Arnold 



CESTA TIES 



Organized 


1928 




Officers: 






MOREHO ALLRED 




PRES. 


Laura Mensel 




sec. 


Luana Mercer 




reporter 


Other nriembers: 






Anne Arnoldus 






Isabelle Romney 







220 



Laura Mensel 

Edna Stowell 
Helen Calder 

Luana Mercer 

Phyllis Ruud 

Amy Young 

Irene Johnston 
Moreho Allred 

Beth Richards 

Alice Spencer 

Betty Linn 
Ruby Dixon 

Marzelle Jesperson 

Huitau Allred 

Stella Dixon 
Audrey Harris 

Edith Dixon 

Helen Johnston 

Lorna Colton 




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CESTATIES 



AMY YOUNG 


VICE PRES. 


Parties: 
Formal 


March 9 


Christmas Tea 


Autumn quarter 


Invitational 


Spring quarter 



221 




Isabelle LiUlefield 

Maurine Dixon 

Belle Fillmore 
Norma Pardee 



Phyllis Dixon 

Merline Miller 

Josephine Sowards 

Ruth Stevens 



Afton Hodson 

Mae Christensen 
Maza Christensen 

Anna Lou Peterson 



Gwendolynn Harris 
Zona Brunt 

Isabelle Ridges 

Afton Johnson 



O. S. TROVATA 



Organized 


1919 








Officers: 










RUTH STEVENS 








PRES. 


Helen Dixon 








sec. 


Jennie Romney 








treas. 


Josphine Sowards 








reporter. 


Other members: 










Mary Harris, Helen 


Wors 


ley, 


Ruth 


Greenwell 



222 




Katherine Davis 
Mabel Wilson 
Evelyn Bourne Willey 

Helen Dixon 



Lorna Wentz 

Maurine Murdock 

Eva Cummard 

Viola Evans 



Norma Jackson 
Jean Danvers 

Jennie Romney 
Hermese Broadbent 



Jean Malverson 

La Rue Erickson 
Chariene Woods 



Jessie Kay Mangunf) 





O. S. TROVATA 



MABEL WILSON 


VICE-PRES. 


Parties: 




Christmas Dance 


Winter Quarter 


Invitational 


March 2 


Formal 


April 26 



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223 




VAL NORN 



Offi 



cers: 



Organized 1926 




MARY DAHLQUIST 


PRES 


Laura Callis 


sec 


Carol Bennett 


treas 


Beth Paxman 


reporter 



Patricia Lodge 

Madelyn Harrison 

Gale Stewart 

Frances Seaton 



Gerry Eggertsen 
Marjorie Straw 

Theresa Hansen 

Margaret Smart 



Ethelyn Petersen 

Beulah Millet 

Nadine Taylor 

Pearl Callis 



Ellen Warner 

Carol Bennett 

Kay Cottam 

Helen Harris 



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Helen Jensen 

Laura Merrill 

Beth Madsen 

Mary Dahlquist 



Alice Todd 

Ann Iva Jolley 

Lucille Skinner 

Dorothy Pond 



Dona Dastrup 

Hazel Anderson 

Beth Paxman 

Laura Callis 




Louise Richards 

Roxey Romney 

Florence Todd 

Ella Greenwood 



VAL NORN 



VICE PRES. 



La June Brown 
Mary Brown Firmage 

Formal: April 13, 1935 
Invitational: Spring Quarter 
Old Mill Party: March i6, 1935 
Fashion Tea: Fall Quarter 



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FIDELAS 

Organized I92S 
Officers: 

FERN CHRISTENSEN 

Afton Hanson 
Marjorie Seegmiller 

Other members: 

Ada Bischoff 
Grace Hildy 
Marjorie Beth Smith 



PRES. 



vice pres. 
sec (S- treas. 



Zula Hanson 

Lois Kjar 
Evelyn Merkley 
Tess Packard 

Afton Hanson 



Ruth Huffaker 

Alice Huckins 
Enid Poulson 

Lorna Poulson 
Irene Houston 



Ann Clayson 

Jane Packard 

Elaine De Graff 
Vivian Peacock 
Naomi Halliday 



Neil Haycock 

Louise Cooper 
Margaret Bird 
Leona Nelson 
Marjorie Seegmiller 



Orlene Speckart 
Fern Chrlstensen 

Ruth Robinson 

Helen Ashton 

Ruth Clark 



Ethel Anderson 
Beatrice Brown 

Mary Clark 
Thelma McKlnnon 



77h 




Ellen Anderson 
Lenora Benedict 
Helen Huish 

Rilla Jacobson 
Rosella Wright 



Eleanor Brown 
Olive Reeve 

Leila Harding 
Esther Berry 
Florence Judd 



Sylvia Young 
Kerol Young 

Delia Sneii 
Sarah Fitzgerald 

Lois Peterson 



Eleanor Nicholes 

Clara Morlensen 

Edith Scorup 
Fern Shelley 
Althea Marsden 



Rhean McAllister 
Glenna McFariane 
Dorothy McAllister 

Ellen Scorup 
Naomi Cottam 



Jessie Johnson 

Dorothy Janson 

Maude Sneii 

Nedra Simpkins 





TA LENTA 



Officers: 



Organized 1932 



6LENNA MACFARLANE 



PRES 



Nedra Simpkins 




vice-pres. 


Dorothy Janson 




sec <S- treas 


Florence Judd 




reporter. 


Sarah Fitzgerald 




Sergeant at arms 


Mrs. Wayne B. Ha 


es 


sponsor 


Other Members: 






Wanda Stephens 










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NAUTILUS 

Organized 1920 



Offi 



icers: 



ELLEN BINNS 
Anita Smoot 
Shirley Redd 
Martha Coleman 
Jean Summers 
Mrs. Fred Dixon 

Other members: 

Orlene Boyden, Bonn 
Vera Merrill. 



PRES. 

vice-pres. 

secretary 

treasurer 

reporter 

faculty adviser 



Phyllis Robinson 
Katherine Sundwall 
Josephine Smith 
Elma Robinson 

Ruth Robinson 



Helen Clark Parrish 
Afton Bingham 
Martha Coleman 

Ellen Binns 
Helen Child 



Faye Greer 
Connie Kelly 

Beth Pratt 
Elma Hunter 

Ruth Paxman 



Shirley Redd 

Anita Smoot 
Pearl Youkstetter 

Helen Young 
Vernis Richards 



Willa Swenson 

Ruth Crane 
Rowena Christenson 
Rose Kirkham 
Jean Cannon 



Virginia Teerlink 
Maurine Jones 
Norma Crane 
Jean Summers 

Helen Swenson 



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226 



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Helen Wheeler 

Louise Boyer 

Yvonne Henderson 

Verle Poulson 

Helen Farrer 

Mary Leonard 

Nola Comer 

Gladys Sorensen 

Jean Smith 

Virginia Burr 

Ruby Christensen 

Zola White 

Margret Boyer 
Marinda Bennion 
LaVerde Nebeker 

Beth Stout 

Elcee Law 

Naomi Zumbrunnen 
Vol Hardman 
Merline Gardner 
Norine Checkelts 

Melba Brower 





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Offi, 




LA VADIS 



Organized 1933 



MARINDA BENNION 

Norine Checketts 
Melba Bower 
Mary Leonard 
Verle Poulson 



PRES. 

vice-pres. 

sec. 

treas. 

reporter. 



Other members: 

Alva Dimond 
Ruth Giddings 
Doris Larson 



229 




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Beulah Striclcler 

Thora Cowley 

Lila Menzies 

Vivian Crosby 

June Fames 

Mary Callan 

Ednal Shanks 
Louise Smith 

Afton Kay 

Anna Oisen 

Ina Lindsay 
Oieah Rockwood 

Ruthe Mawley 

Ceiia Larsen 

Ethel Cazier 

Virginia Brand 

Arma Lay 

Maurine Yarbrough 

Geneel Oldroyd 

Rhea Larsen 



ALTA MITHRAS 



Organized 1933 



Offi. 



JUNE FARNES 

Vivian Crosby 
Arma Lay 
Lila Menzies 
Beulah Strickler 

Other members: 

Elvira Jenkins 
Nelda Nev/ren 



PRES. 

vice-pres. 

sec £k treas. 

reporter. 

sponsor. 



230 




Isabelle Dillman 

Ardelle Threet 

Wanda Bailey 

La Berle Cook 



Norma Molyneux 

Lucretia Burgess Duke 
Emmeline Hastings 

Helen Morgan 



Mattie Taylor 

Dorothy Bowman 

Luella Guymon 

Roann Threet 



Wanda Johnson 

Reva Jackson 

Mozelle Houtz 

Georgia Olson 




THALIANS 

Organized 1933 



Offi 



cers: 



ISABELLE DILLMAN 

La Berle Cook 
Wanda Johnson 
Helen Morgan 

Other members: 

Enola Johnson, Thello Rawlins, 
Faye Van Wagenen 



231 



PRES. 

vice-pres. 

secretary 

reporter 




Minnie Hardman 

Lucy Dudley 

Lola Despain 

Helen Janssen 

Melba Jensen 

Florence Pierce 

Orpha Sotfe 

Marjorie Wagers 

Margaret Tholen 

Winifred McDonald 
Verda Hicken 

Dee Shawcroft 



Mary Crosby 

Catherine Bowles 
Elda Jackson 
Ruth Rasmussen 
Estella Mortenson 

Laurel Mill 

Virga Bartholemew 
Anna Hardnnan 
Louise Russell 

Dixie Belnap 



EM ANON 

Organized 1933 



Officers: 



ORPHA SOFFE 

Margaret Tholen 
Virga Bartholemew 
Marjorie Wagers 



PRES. 

vice-pres. 

sec. 

reporter <&■ historian. 



Other members: 

Nelda Johnson 
Chrystella Hansen Naylor 



232 



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Irene Brooks 

Phyllis Mabey 

Ida Hoffman 

Ona Jones 

Mildred Swensen 

Leone Burch 

Wanda Berry 
Margaret Forsyth 

Evelyn Cook 

Vera Cook 

Louise Kindred 

Lena Crosby 

Maurine Kjar 

Caroline Dalton 

Mamie Jensen 

Lucile Mundley 

Lola Hacking 

Virginia Kimball 

Maurine Hacking 




LA DEJA 

Organized 1931 



Offi, 



MAURINE KJAR 


PRES 


Virginia Kimball 
Mildred Swenson 
Leah Ailred 


vice-pres 

sec. 6- treas 

reporter 


Other members 

Ruth Knudson 
Ruth Thorn 





233 




LES CECILIENNES 



Organized 1932 



Off 



icers: 



SARA WHITE 


PRES. 


Edna Glover 


vice-pres. 


Reva Vickers 


sec. 6- treas 


Josephine White 


reporter 


Other members: 




Metta Richie 




Bertha Storrs 





Emma Louise Spencer 
Reva Vickers 
Margaret Barton 

Eda Ashby 
Beulah Carlston 



lla Schow 

Myrth Allen 
Dorothy Brough 

Phyllis Ball 

Sara White 



Faye Page 

Ruby Cox 

Edna Glover 
Hazel Glover 
Dearwyn Sardoni 



Merene Redd 
Elda Neves 
Helen Jorgensen 

Norma Miner 
Barbara Perrett 



Josephine White 
Winifred Smith 
Florence Woodhouse 

Mary Bavles Acree 



234 



Francis Barlow 
Wayne Taylor 

Paul Black 

Shlrl Black 
Royal Bischoff 



Morris Williams 

Lloyd Vance 
Roy McKinnon 
Thell Bailey 
Ermel J. Morton 



Amel Shawcroft 

Eldon E. Reese 
Eugene Larsen 
Mollis Hullinger 

Robert Parker 



Reese E. Faucette 
Elmer W. Johnson 
Alan Naylor 
Wendei Johnson 

Acil Roundy 



Grant Bunderson 
Lamar Mason 
Theron Lambert 
Clair Pickup 
Taylor Eastmond 











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MATES 

Organized 1927 



Offi 



icers: 



REESE E. FAUCETTE 

Grant Bunderson 
Ermel Morton 
Eldon Reese 
Robert Parker 
Thell Bailey 

Other members: 

Reed G. Anderson 
Everett Jorgensen 



PRES. 

vice-pres. 

sec €f treas. 

business manager 

athletic manager 

dramatic manager 















Rondo Law 

Horace Christensen 

Joseph Seethaler 

Ray Kartchner 



Levi Reynolds 

Milton Jacob 

Robert Sneddon 

Ray McGuire 



Wilkins Nuttali 

Elmer Crowley 

Anthony Woolf 
Barratl Chadwick 



Howard Peterson 

Milton Nelson 



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Richard Passey 
LeGrande Spilsbury 



BRIGADIER 

Organized 193I 






Offi 



cers: 







RAY MCGUIRE 

Fred Kartchner 
Merrill Croft 
Wilkins Nuttali 



PRES. 

sec. €f treas. 

ath. manager 

personnel chrm. 



236 




James AAcGuire 

Clifton Hales 

Douglas Merrill 

Daryl Huish 



Merrill Croft 

Averil Nielson 

Jack McGuire 



6uy Callahan 



Ariel Davis 

Duane Anderson 

Joe Pace 
William Hasler 



Marion Harding 

Bruce Barclay 
Cullen Barton 

Fred Kartchner 





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BRIGADIER 

FRED KARTCHNER SECRETARY 



Other members: 

Lincoln Gardner 
John Lewis 
Max Russell 



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60LD BRICKERS 



Organized 1917 



Officers: 



DON M. ALDER 

Marion J. Olsen 
Jack Eastmond 



PRES. 

treas. 
sec. 



Other n^embers: 

Sidney Boyle, Foster Evans, Bert Oakley, 
Met Quigley. 



Perron Losee 

Joseph Johnson 

Albert Swenson 

Meredith Wilson 

William Reeder 
Roy Hudson 

Franklin S. Harris, Jr. 
Grant Holt 

Arthur McArthur 

Albert Freestone 
Hugh Cannon 

Joseph Dean 

Richard Clark 

Bennie Schmiett 

Albert Clark 

Jack Eastmond 

Wayne Mclntire 

Webster Decker 

Rex Thomas 
Thomas Eastmond 




236 



Robert Olson 

Joe Swenson 

Rudger Jones 

Marion Olsen 

Phil Hansen 

Maurice Clayton 

Ralph Alder 

Floyd Mclntire 

Wayne Millet 

Oakley Evans 

Richard Graham 

Vee Call 

Gordon Snow 

Don Alder 
Malcolm Johnson 

Harold Tuft 

Vern Waldo 

Richard Knight 

Woodrow Wilson 

Neil Peterson 





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GOLD BRICKERS 



JOE SWENSON 


VICE PRES. 


Parties: 




Formal 


December I 


Invitational 


Spring 


Spring Festival 


Spring quarter 



239 




J. E. Allen 

Frank Swenson 



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Phillip Knight 




TAUSIGS 

Organized 1922 



Offi 



icers: 



PHILLIP KNIGHT 

Marion Rowe 
Bud Bown 
Russell Durrant 
Dave Hibbert 
Dr. A. Rex Johnson 



PRES. 

sec. 

treas. 

ritualist. 

warden. 

faculty adviser. 



Other members: 

Myron Bown, William Firmage, Russell Foutz, 
Stanley Heal, George Pehrson, Rex Straw, 
Jack Woodward 



240 



Francis Mac Swenson 



Ro^s Webb 

Dave Hibbert 



Carlyle Adams 



Kenneth Cannon 



Ronald Dixon 



John Dalton 



Bill Benton 



Jim Benton 




Ronald Higgins 



DeVerel Nicholes 



Russell Durrant 



Owen Rowe 

Dale Schofield 



Marion Rowe 



Niles Vest 



Meivin Kavachevich 



Willard Nelson 



Reed Crane 

George Gillespie 

Glen Berge 

Dean Lewis 







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Parties: 



T> 


busies 


GEORGE 


GILLESPIE VICE PRES 


Formal 


Spring quarter 


Invitational 


Winter quarter 


Hobo party 


Spring quarter 



241 




Orgill Aylett 

Marvell Hutchinson 
Virgil Wedge 

Loyd Young 



La Verne Ungricht 

Gerald Ericksen 
Don Greenwood 

Howard Ballard 




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Lyie Eldredge 

Byron Geslison 

Max Marquardson 

Cecil Bullock 




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Woodrow Mickelsen 
Archie Romney 

Wilford Fischer 

Deane Alsop 



VAL HYRICS 

Organized 1928 



Off 



icers: 



DUANE BALLARD 

LaVerne Ungricht 
Delbert Bean 
Kay Hart 



PRES. 



sec &■ treas. 

publicity officer. 

athletic manager. 



Other members: 

Phillip Ashworth, Shirl Wilson, Frank Wright, 
Clark Nielson 



242 




Vincent Redd 

Norman Freestone 
Ray Fahring 

Kay Hart 



Herbert Taylor 
Delbert Bean 
Lamar Taylor 

Karl Jameson 



Grant Johansen 
Marshall Huffaker 

Grant Hutchinson 

Sylvan Stevens 



J. B Decker 



Duane Ballard 

Mennell Taylor 










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VAL HYRICS 

WOODROW MICKELSEN VICE-PRES. 



Parties: 

Christmas Festival 

Dinner Formal 

Spring Invitational 



Fall quartet 
Winter quarter 
Spring quarter 



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VIKIN6S 

Organized 1928 



Offi. 



JAY NELSON 

Boyd Page 
Vern Hales 
Roy Hammond 



PRES. 

sec. 

treas. 
manager of athletics. 



244 



Bert Fulmer 

Jack Davies 

Waller Clark 

Ezra Clark 

Thomas Peterson 

Don Alldredge 

Vernon Hales 
Phil Christenson 

Mark Brockbank 

Kay Hammond 

Niles Wing 

Ivan Willey 

George Stoddard 

Dale Jones 
Alton Merrill 

Waller Hoge 

Larry Whitman 
Boyd Page 
Roscoe Nelson 
Weldon Alldredge 

Verl Whiting 



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Juniub Pciyne 

Wdlldce Gardner 

Lyman Partridge 

EvereH Pullen 

Jennings Evans 

Roy Broadbent 

Reed Hughes 

Dave Merrill 

Clyde Greenwell 
Bill Howe 

Virgil Stice 

Kirk Stevens 

Roy Hammond 

Lynn Wright 

Jay Nelson 
Gilbert Tolhurst 

Elmer Griffith 

Preston Gledhill 
Derrol Griffith 
Glade Anderson 

Sherman Wing 







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VI KINGS 



KAY HAMMOND 



VICE PRES. 



Parties: 

Formal 



Jiggs Party 

Invitational 



November 27 
January 23 
Spring quarter 



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CLUBS 



We wonder from whence all the students come 
to maintain the numerous clubs on the campus. 
Whether they exist to keep up a spark of interest 
in a scholastic course, to break the silence of de- 
votional with an occasional announcement of a 
meeting, or just to have their pictures in the year- 
book, we realize they play an important role in 
Y life. 




IDAHO CLUB 

Organized 1924 

Purpose: To foster friendliness and good will among 
the students from Idaho. 



Ross Pickett 
Barbara Perrett 

Gerald Bodily 

Afton Holt 
Marion Duffin 



Mary Callan 
Elmer Crowley 
Alicebeth Whitely 

Erwin Zeyer 
Ruth Schweider 



Harold Christensen 
Mildred Maughan 
Willard Hayward 
Bernice Johnson 

Lowell Yancey 



Sybil Cole 
Wayne Taylor 
Winnifred Nuttall 

Richard Boyer 

Stella King 



Rulon Doman 
Bennett Jacobs 

Alma Mercer 
Max Benson 

Paul Hunt 




Off 



icers: 



MARLOW WOOTTON 



PRES. 



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Marlow Wootton 

Edna Ellsworth 
Glen Johnson 
Elvera Campbell 

Dee Cox 



Elaine Hyde 

Harvey Crandail 
Dixie Gelnap 
Chester May 

Vern Moncur 



Nolan Oswald 

Lark Allred 
Ivan Gee 
Maxine Hammond 
Don Hamilton 



Mary Duersch 

Bruce Barclay 
Lucy Bateman 
Don Chatterton 
June Bateman 



Emma Spencer 
Vernon Ball 

Beulah Spongberg' 

Roland Pond 




IDAHO CLUB 



BARBARA PERRETT 



VICE PRES. 



Chester May 
Paul Hunt 
Roland Pond 
Winifred Nuttall 



sec €f treas. 

social committee chairman 

athletic manager 

reporter 



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Amel Sfiawcrofl 

Evelyn Nielson 

McKay Allred 

Dee Shawcroft 



Elda Jackson 

Floyd Morlensen 

Dorothy Williams 

Val Johnson 



Reese Faucette 

Estella Mortensen 

Norman Reed 
Clefaine Reed 




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COLORADO CLUB 

Organized 1933 
Purpose: To unite students from Colorado for 



/-vrr. _ organized social development. 



VAL JOHNSON 



PRES. 



Evelyn Nielson 
Estella Mortensen 
Reese Faucette 
Floyd Mortensen 
Other members: 

Millard Brady, Leo Brady, LaVere Bagwell, 
Iris Allred, B. H. Harrison, Margaret Lambert, 
Howard Feast. 



vice-pres. 

sec. treas. 

publicity manager 

athletic manager 



250 




I 



Lalovi Fish 

Russell Westover 

Beatrice Rogers 

LaVerl Hall 
Ireta Eagar 



Richard E. Fish 

Marzelle Jesperson 
Harold Smith 
Oma LeSueur 

Eli Abegg 



Clarcia Ashcroft 
Paul S. Nicholes 
Catherine Lund 
Gordon LeSueur 
Wanda Peterson 



Otto Done 
Errol G. Brown 

Elva Richardson 
Roswell Willard 
Harold Mc Bride 



Charlotte Nelson 
Royal Rhoton 
Glenaveve Decker 

Rex A. Bigler 
Melvin Crosby 



Junius Payne 
Levora Eagar 
Guy Lund 
Marguerite Ennis 
Lin Maxwel 



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ARIZONA CLUB 

Organized I912 

Purpose: To promote good fellowship, to encourage 
scholarship, and to sponsor friendly asso- 
ciations among the students from Arizona. 



Offi 



cers: 



HAROLD H. SMITH 

Ireta Eagar 
Marguerite Ennis 
Ivan Richardson 
Marzelle Jesperson 
Roswell Willard 



PRES. 

vice-pres. 

sec. 6- treas. 

athletic manager. 

reporter. 

recreation chairman. 







251 






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Henry Jensen 

Woodrow Mickelsen 
Afton Boberg 
Duane Ballard 
Don Greenwood 



Helen Farrer 

Bennie Schmiett 
Louise Cooper 

Deane Alsop 
Ella Greenwood 



Elmer Griffith 

Eleanor Brown 

Derral Griffith 
Lenora Aylett 
Glen Borg 



Joseph Despain 
Alice Todd 
Howard Ballard 
Eloise Welch 
Ellis Butterfield 



Alva Dimond 

Brian Hutchings 

Florence Todd 
Harold Larsen 
Sarah Fitzgerald 



Lloyd Dimond 

Vilate Butterfield 
Drews Riska 
Olive Thaxton 
Rulon Oborn 



JORDAN CLUB 

Organized 1933 

Purpose: To maintain a spirit of fellowship and friendly 
association among former Jordan High School 
students. 



Offi 



cers: 



BENNIE SCHMIETT 

Florence Todd 
Sarah Fitzgerald 
Glen Borg 
Don Greenwood 
Elmer Griffith 



PRES. 

vice-pres. 

sec Cf treas. 

program chairman. 

membership chairman. 

athletic manager. 



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252 



Ila Jones 

Loyd Young 

Norma Perkins 

Woodrow Brown 



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Pearl Naegle 

Maude Redd 

Beth Roberts 

Alene Hansen 



Vincent Redd 

Merene Redd 
Beth Stout 

Sterling Redd 



Clayton Perkins 



Mary 6ayle& Acree 








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SAN JUAN CLUB 



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Organized I93A 


Purpose: 


To foster the high ideals of the Brigham 




Young University In educational and social 




life. 


Officers; 






LOYD YOUNG PRES. 




Beth Stout vlce-pres. 




Norma Perkins sec. 




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MILLARD CLUB 

Organized I919 

Purpose: To encourage friendliness and social relation- 
ships amona students from Millard County. 
Office 



VERDELL BISHOP 
Elcee Law 
La Verl Christensen 
Clifton Boyack 
Lloyd Schlappi 



PRES. 

vice-pres. 

sec. £f treas. 

social chairman. 

athletic manager. 



Verdell Bishop 


Elcee Law 


Thomas Reeves 


Rondo Law 


Verdell Rigby 


Rawlin Roper 


Vola Knight 


Halden Boyack 


Lloyd Schlappi 


May Gardner 


Orran Ashby 


Duane Bishop 


La Verl Christensen 


Avard Rigby 


Helen Hilton 


Clifton Boyack 


Melvin Ashby 


Ben Robinson 


Merrill Croft 


Evan Gardner 


Kenneth Bunker 



Other members: 

Smith Adair 



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Cecil Dimick 

Ross Webb 
Zola Johnson 

Lee Empey 
Orson Peterson 



LaVerne Ungricht 
LaRue Rowley 
Walter Williams 
Helen Johnson 
Dr. Lowry Nelson 



Helen Jorgensen 
Elliott Killpack 
Luella Guymon 
Floyd Mclnlire 

Vivian Peacock 



Louis Bryner 
Hilga Thorderson 

Elmo Geary 
Ruth Williams 

Karl Jameson 



Kenner Killpack 
Wayne Mclntire 

Edith Rowley 
Eugene Jorgensen 

Arvid Larsen 



Dean Killpack 
Cleo Rassmusen 
Dr. Rex Johnson 

Reah Larsen 

Lee Stokes 





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CARBON-EMERY CLUB 

Organized 1933 

Purpose: To unite the students from Carbon and 

Emery Counties into a friendly and active 
organization. 



Offi 



icers: 



ELMO GEARY 

LaRue Rowley 
Hilga Thorderson 
Lee Stokes 



PRES. 

vice-pres. 

sec. (jK treas. 

publicity manager 



255 



I 




Arthur Sundwall 
Beth Madsen 

Robert Stewart 

Beulah Carlson 

Merrill Stewart 



Laurel Aagard 

Grant Johansen 

George Anderson 

Gerald Ericksen 

Ana Jensen 



Grant Bunderson 
Maurine Kjar 

Ervin Peterson 

Georgia Olson 
Don Stewart 



Wilmer Tanner 
Ethelyn Peterson 
Reese Anderson 
Katherine Sundwall 
Cornelius Peterson 
Eugene Peterson 



Dean Stewart 
Ruby Cox 
Charlton Jacobs 
Florence Nielsen 
Spencer Squire 

Ruby McFarlane 



SAN PETE CLUB 



Organized 1926 



Purpose: 


To .further friendship and 


association among 




those who have a common bond in related 




home ties. 




Officers: 








GERALD ERICKSEN 


PRES. 




Ethelyn Peterson 


vice-pres. 




Katherine Sundwall 


sec. (j- treas, 




Opal Christensen 


reporter. 




Spencer Squire 


recrefatlon leader. 



256 




George Harston 
Owen Bloomfield 
Glen Johnson 
Morris Williams 
Professor Seth Shaw 



fOf O Cj 



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Elone Farnsworth 
Dr. Thomas L. Martin 
James Babcock 
Miles Harston 
Lowell Bennion 






I 



James Jensen 

Fred Giles 
Don Tippets 
Marshall Huffaker 

John Dean 



I 



Averil Nielson 
Newell Dickson 

Luther Edwards 
Ned Dickson 
Theordore Thorson 



Amel Shawcroft 

Merrill Banks 
Clyde Anderson 

Arnold Bingham 




AG. CLUB 

Organized 1921 

Purpose: To foster social and scholastic fellowship 
among students interested in agriculture. 




Offi 



cers: 



NED B DICKSON 

Don Tippets 
Fred Giles 
Bert Fulmer 



PRES. 



vice-pres. 

sec. £f treas. 

social chairman 



257 




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COSMOPOLITAN CLUB 

Organized 1934 

Purpose: To welcome and promote the friendship of 
students from far places, and to spread 
the fame of this school. 



Offi 



icers: 



PRES. 



vice-pres. 
sec. treas. 



VERDELL RIGBY 

Katherine Smith 
Ina Jesperson 

Other members: 

Jay Keeler, Arthur Davidson, Lewis Guyla, 
Lilia Murphy, Ruth Horr, Gordon Seaman, 
Dean and Mrs. DeJong, Russell Carr, 
Margaret Tanner, Grace Hildy, Clifford Hales 



Milton Grimes 
Guy Lund 

Dr. Thomas L. Martin 
Kirk Stephens 

Harold Smith 



Ray Colton 

F-ay Bybee 

Rose Kirkham 
Arden Westman 
George Stoddard 



Otto Done 

Katherine Smith 

William Carr 
Mattie Taylor 

Karl Brand 



J. B. Decker 

Reese Faucette 
Cecelia Jensen 

Oakley Evans 

Ray Wheeler 



June Fames 

Golden Taylor 

Laurel Harper 

Klien Skousen 

Ray Wheeler 



Rudger Jones 
LaVieve Jesperson 

Verdell Rigby 
Erika Seiter 
Robert Parker 






258 




Oerald Bodily 
LeGrande Magleby 
Loyd Young 

James Clark 

Orson Hicken 



Dr. William Snow 
Lucille Skinner 
Ray Colton 
Virginia Brand 
Dr. Christen Jensen 



Katherine Sundwall 
Milton Grimes 
Katherie Smith 
Marden Duke 

Ruth Robinson 



Rudger Jones 
Wayne Mclntire 
Darlene Owens 

Clifford Young 

Elden Schow 



Joseph Swenson 

Florence Pierce 
John Murdock 

Norma Miner 

Frank Hess 



Minnie Hardman 
Rulon Carlile 

Merline Gardner 
Wayne Johnson 
Marjorie Wagers 








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INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS 

Organized 1931 
Purpose: To educate and enlighten public opinion 
about the principles of international conduct, 
law and organization. 



Officers: 

MILTON GRIMES 

Darlene Owens 
Ray Colton 
Lucille Skinner 

Other members: 

Ina Jesperson, 
Margaret Thomas 

259 



PRES. 

vice-pres. 

second vice-pres. 

sec. 6- treas. 




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PSYCHOLOGY CLUB 

Organized I910 

Purpose: To keep students in contact with advancing 
psychological research, current literature, and 
advanced workers in psychology. 

Officers: 

LEVI REYNOLDS PRES. 



Pearl Callis 
Duane Bown 



vice-pres. 
sec 6f treas. 



Other members: 

Herman L. Anderson, Lawrence Bee, Phyllis 
Christensen, Leona Fetzer, Ray Whiting. 



260 



Marden King 

Gerald Bodily 

Wilkins Nuttall 

Jack Gibb 

Mark Brockbank 

Helen Harris 

Roy Broadbent 

Pearl Callis 

Lorna Wentz 

Rex Ingersoll 

Luana Mercer 

Nolan Oswald 

Levi Reynolds 

Olive Winterton 

Milton Beck 

Barratt Chadwick 

Lyman Partridge 
Golden Woolf 

John Freckleton 
Merle Vance 
Wilford Fischer 




Back Row: 

Myles Judd 
Bill Goodman 
Merrill Wood 
Gilbert Tolhurst 



Center Row: 

Beth Paxman 
Hermese Broadbent 
Nadine Taylor 



Front Row: 

Lorna Wentz 
Moreho Allred 
Norma Pardoe 
Margret Boyer 




MASK CLUB 

Organized 1921 

Purpose: To make possible a democratic approach 
for the study and enjoyment of drama on 
the campus. 



Officers: 



NORMAN FREESTONE 

Virginia Ekins 
Margaret Bird 



PRES. 



vice-pres. 
sec. Cf treas. 



261 



ELEMENTARY FRENCH CLUB 

Organized I920 

Purpose: Le Cercle Francals de la Premiere Annee offre aux 
commencants des occasions pour parler et entendre 
la langue vivante. 



Offi 



cers: 



WAYNE MclNTIRC 

Fern Christensen 
Eli Clayson 



PRES. 



vice-pres. 
sec. £f treas. 




Front row: Davies, Fielkau, Welch, Daniels, Richards, Wall, Hicks, Decker, Horr, 

Anderson, Layton, Horlon, Mrs. Roberts. 
Second row: Marsden, Prof. Cummings, Ashby, Petersen, Wilson, Pierce, Carlile, 

Murdock, Broadbent, Mercer, Rasmusson, Wells. 
Third row: Clayson, Nicholes, Hansen, Thorne, Cooper, Lefler, LeBeau, Winterton, 

Bell, Peterson, Olson. 
Fourth row: Rodgers, Christensen, Young, Allan, Smart, Cope, Christensen, Clegg, 

DeGraff, Wing. 
Fifth row: Mclntire, Bohman, Freestone, Spilsbury, Evans, Hasler, Crowley, Pratt, 

Domina. 
Sixth row: Stice, Gledhill, Bingham, Knight, Alder, Halverson. 




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ADVANCED FRENCH CLUB 

Organized 1920 

Purpose: Le Cercle Francals pour les etudiants avances 
s'interesse a la vie francaise representee par 
des pieces dramatiques, des jeux, des chansons, 
des coutumes, des fetes, etc. 



Offi 



icers: 



DICK CUMMINGS 

Mrs. Elizabeth Reynolds 
Dee Cox 
Shirley Redd 



PRES. 

vice-pres. 

sec. <&• treas. 

news reporter. 



First row: Professor Cummings, Anderson, Reynolds, Pierce, Roberts, Van 

Wagenen, Young. 
Second row: Smoot, Harris, Skinner, Van Dam, Eggertsen, Paxman, Callis, 

Wilson, Evans, Wagers, Shelley, Morgan, Dick Cummings. 
Third row: Seiter, Richards, Brain, Sorensen, Waldram, Seaton, Wentz, 

Callis, Redd, Richards. 




263 



GERMAN CLUB 

Organized 1923 

Purpose: Die Studenten, die sich fur das Studium des 
Deutschen interessieren, mit den deutschen 
Beitragen zur Weltkultur bekannt zu machen. 



Offi 



cers: 



ELI K. CLAYSON 

Irene Houston 
Grace Hildy 



PRES. 



vice-pres. 
sec. if treas. 




First Row: Gee, Barlow, Crowley, Nelson, Rowley, Kelley, Greenwood, Kruger, Guymon, 

Neves, Jolley, Bowman, Houston, Hales, Call, Reese, Soffe, Broadbent. 
Second Row: Barclay, McKinner, Young, McGregor, Spencer, Bissell, Vernon, Krauss, 

Sardoni, Lambert, Peterson, de Jong, Clayson, Zeyer, Young, Clark, Earl, 

Naylor, Purdy, Newcomer. 
Third Row: White, Forsyth, Olson, Ashworth, Hildy, Cottam, Briggs, Jenkins, Hundley, 

Peterson, Tew, Bybee, Chatterton, Hess, Lewis, Weight, Moore. 
Fourth Row: B. Bybee, Hardy, Harris, Geslison, Jensen, Riska, Kirkham, Porter, Anderson, 

Westman, Hammond, Franson, Oldroyd, McBride, Sorenson, Peterson. 
Fifth Row: Freckleton, Simmons, LeSueur, Windward, Clark, Sundwall, Cottam, Sorensen, 

Brown. 



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Purpose: 



Offi 



icers: 



SPANISH CLUB 

Organized 1927 

Crlar en el grupo un agradacimiento por los 
costumbres de la gente de habia espanol, y 
engrandecer amistad entre los decipulos. 



ROSWELL WILLARD 

Fulvia Call 
Margaret Harris 
Virgil Peterson 



PRES. 

vice-pres. 

sec. £f treas. 

social chairman. 



First Row: Reed Johnson, Rey Pratt, Bert Ludlow, 

Ray Fahring, Jasper McClellan. 
Second Row: Ruby Cox, Thelma Harris, Roswell Willard, 

Roann Threet, Beth Richards, Huitau Allred, 

Merline Miller, Archie Romney. 
Third Row: Ernest Young, B. F. Cummings, Katherine 

Gleason, Beatrice Rogers, Marguerite Ennis, 

Robert Parker, Levora Eagar, Max Hunt, 

Isabel le Romney, Ada Taylor, George Stoddard, 

Virgil Peterson 




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CANADIAN CLUB 



STEWART 6ROW 



PRES. 



Front row: 
Back row: 



McFarlane, Nicholes, Judd, Cottam, Reeve, 
Cotlam, Snow, Leavilt. 

N. Cottam, H. Nicholes, M. Judd, Prof. 
Nicholes, Spencer, R. Cottam, Romney, Nisson 



Front Row: Walker, Card, King, F. Walker, Pitcher, 

Rolfson. 
Center Row: Woolf, Z. Winterton, Aenone Woolf, 

L. Wlnterton, O. Winlerlon, Marsden, 

Mrs. Woolf, e Woolf. 
Back Row: Watson, Laycock, W. Woolf, Mrs. Grow, 

S. Grow, W. Woolf, A. Woolf, K. Grow, 

Forsyth 

DIXIE BOOSTERS 

JACK SPENCER PRES. 





First Row: Winifred Nuttall, Leah Tate, 
Cecilia Jensen, Afton Clegg, 
Melba Brower, Francis Foster. 

Second Row: Gladys Hooks, Udell Jolley, 
Marion Piatt, Ray McGuire. 

Back Row; Spencer Squire, Carlton Culmsee, 

Harrison R. Merrill, Reese E. Faucette. 



Y JOURNALISTS 



CECELIA JENSEN PRES. 
Reese E. Faucette sec. (*■ treas. 



267 




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INDEX TO ADVERTISERS 



A. & W. Root Beer Stand 

Balllf, George 

Banyan Lunch 

Bee Co., Stephen 

Bob's Billiards 

Booth, A. L 

Brockbank and Pope 

Bullock's Billiards 

Burt's Nash Agency 

Butlers 

Cherry Hill Dairy 

Jolley Motors 

Claudin Funeral Home 

Consolidated Wagon and Machine Co. 

Crest Theatre 

Daniel Auto Wreckage 

Deseret Book Co. 

Eastman Kodak Stores 

Fiimage, J. L. & Sons 

First Security Bank 

Gesstord's Paint 

Glade Candy Co. 

Graham Printing 

Granite Mart 

Hansen's Candy Co. 

Hedquist Photo Shop 

Henroid, Inc., D. G. 

Jacobs, Sol 

Chrlstensen's 

Keeleys 

Larsen, P. L. 

Larson Studio 

Leven's 

Lewis Ladies Store 

Lewis, Mose 

Madsen Cleaning 

Maibens, Inc. 

Mitchell, W. E. 

Morgan and Morgan 

Mullet, Frank 



National French Cleaning 

Nelson, Joseph 

New Ute Hotel 

North Pacific College of Oregon 

Orpheum Theatre 

Original Utah Woolen Mills 

Paramount Theatre 

Paul's Radio Shop 

Piggly Wiggly 

Progressive Printing 

Provo Bakery 

Prove Book Bindery 

Provo Cleaning and Dyeing 

Provo Greenhouse 

Quinn's Ice Cream 

Roberts Hotel Rooms and Dining 

Safeway-Pay'n Takit 

Salt Lake and Utah Railroad 

Sears, Roebuck 

Shrivers 

Sweet Candy Co. 

Taylor Brothers 

Tennant, H. H. 

Timpanogos Creamery 

Tri-State Lumber Co. 

University Market 

University Pharmacy 

Utah-Idaho School Supply 

Utah-Idaho Sugar 

Utah Office Supply 

Utah Oil Refining 

Utah Timber and Coal 

Utah Photo Materials 

Utah Power and Light 

Utah Wasatch Dairy 

Y Barber and Beauty Shop 

Y Cafeteria 



Each year a larger and better quality book is made possible as a result of our advertisers. 
As staff workers we attempt to make an outstanding advertising section for the students and 
advertisers. We urge all students to patronize the business men who have displayed an interest 
in the growth and activities of our studentbody. BOOST BANYAN BOOSTERS! 

OAKLEY EVANS, 

Business Manager. 



271 



BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL PAGE 



PROFESSIONAL 

George Balllf, Lawyer 

A. L. Booth, Lawyer 

Brockbank and Pope, Attorneys 

Morgan and Morgan 

J. Rulon Morgan A. B. Morgan 

Attorneys at Law 

Joseph Nelson 

Architect 



BUSINESS 



Bullock Billiards and Russel Barber Shop 

Provo Cleaning and Dyeing Company 

University Book Store 



272 



A GOOD FOUNDATION 

Education has laid a good foundation for your future business 
or professional life. That training plus thrift through use of our 
facilities will help you to succeed. 

JOIN OUR FAMILY CIRCLE OF 95,000 DEPOSITORS SOON 

FIRST SECURITY BANK OF UTAH 

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION 
Six Branches Located at 

PROVO 

Ogden, Logan, Bingham, Magna, Richmond 



FIRST SECURITY BANK OF IDAHO 

15 Branches Located at 

Boise, Pocatello, Blackfoot, Emmett, Gooding, Hailey, Idaho Falls, 

Jerome, Montpeller, Mountain Home, Nampa, Payette, 

Preston, Rupert, Shoshone 



FIRST NATIONAL BANK 

Of Salt Lake City 
Branches at Sugar hlouse and Tooele 



FIRST SECURITY TRUST CO. 

Salt Lake City 

FIRST SECURITY BANK 

Rock Springs, Wyo. 
Member of First Security Corporation System 
Largest Intermountain Banking Organization 



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Why the 'Y' Should Patronize 
the 'S. L & U; 



•Approximately 1 ,000 persons are depending on 
this road for a living. 

•This railroad is a "hlome Institution." 

•It furnishes efficient Passenger and Freight service 
for every need at low rates. 

•It has paid $59,000 in taxes annually for 10 years. 

•Free pick-up and delivery service Is furnished on 
less-than-carload freight. 

•It has "Red Arrow" Fast Freight Service, with 
Free Drayage. (Faster than Truck service.) 



RIDE THE BIG RED CARS 



Maiben's Incorporated 



The Honne of 



Bennett's Paints and Enamels 



Manufactured in 
Salt Lake City, Utah 











J& 






7 - STORES - 7 
Candy, Pastry and Cafe 

Salt Lake - Ogden - Provo 





The Difference 



in current cost between a poor light and a 
good light for the entire scholastic career 
of an individual — first grade to graduation 
—is $12.00. 



Use Better Light and Have Better Sight 



Utah Power & Light Co. 



274 



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DOG- GONE 

IT- 
IT'S ALL IN 
FUN// 



275 



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VOU WAD HER NUMBER 
BUT WHICH ONE 15 IT ? 



Thank You, Students, for Your 
Patronage 

ORPHEUM 

Where You See and Hear the Best 



Progressive Printing Co. 

97 N. University Ave. 
Quality Commercial Printing 

Dance and Party Programs and Announcements 



Safeway Stores 

and 

Pay'n Takit 

Our Stores Sell Groceries For Less 
Every Day 



CHRISTENSEN'S 
Thrift Department Store 

Reliable Merchandise - Reasonably Priced 
Courteously Presented - Always 



"Just the type of 
store that appeals 
to the tvell dressed 
college man. . . . 




FlRMAGE 

1 72 South Main Salt Lake City 

Clottiing Furmshingi 



276 



When yo 


J buy from us — 


We must 


protect our good name 


It is your assurance of complete satisfaction 


Frai 


ik J. Mulleft 




Jeweler 


184 W. Center 


Provo, Utah 



B. Y. U. Is the Pride of Utah 



SOL JACOBS 



LADIES" READY-TO-WEAR 



110 W. Center 



Provo, Utah 



CREST 

Phone 95 

Selected Pictures 

for 

Particular People 
Have a Theatre Party After 



For . . . 



YOUR SAKE 
OUR SAKE 
HEALTH'S SAKE 

Use 
UTAH SUGAR 



A & W Root Beer Stand 


Brown's Ice Cream 


Good Sandwiches 


129 S. University Ave. Paul Westwood, Mgr. 



Provo Greenhouse 



Ladies Floral 



Phone 80 



FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS 



Where the Flowers Grow 



277 




STUDENTS, whenever you look through this issue of the Banyan we 
hope you will ever remember our pleasant associations while making 
the pictures of this book, and whenever you think of photographs 
you will also think of 

Larson Studio 

77 North University 

Provo, Utah 



278 




D.G. 


Henroid Inc. 




A Com 


plete Food Market 




80 West Center 


Phone 
Provo, Utah 


131 



SWEET' 


s 


SALT LAKE 




BARS 




Are All - Ways G 


cod 



Facts About Dry Cleaning 

We advise standard service for good clothes 
because they keep clean longer and wear better. 
All work guaranteed. We do all kinds of altering, 
repairing, and pressing. Hats cleaned and blocked. 

Also hemstitching and picoting service. 

National French Cleaning Co. 

Phone 125 Prove, Utah 



JOLLEY MOTOR CO. 



Chrysler - Plymouth 



Sales and Service 



145 North University Ave. 



Phone 338 



BUTLER'S 

GIVE 

A Little More in "Service" 
A Little More In "Value" 

Women's Ready-+o-Wear 

Piece Goods 

Art Goods Package Goods 

TO EMBROIDER 



The Home of 

VITALITY 

Health Shoes 
For Women 



279 



HOTEL ROBERTS 




COMFORTABLE AND HOME-LIKE 



AND DINING ROOM 

Special Attention Given at Banquets and Parties 
Banquet Rates Fifty Cents and up — Hall Included 

Regular Dinners and Club Breakfasts 
at Popular Prices 



Phone 36 or 1441 



A. J. Anderson, Mgr. 



280 



This is the Place 



Lewis Ladies' Store 



LEADERS IN 



STYLE 



QUALITY . 
PRICE 



The Home of 
ROTHMOOR COATS AND SUITS 

Lewis Ladies' Store 

PROVO, UTAH Leo N. Lewis, Mgr. 




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281 



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SEM\OR SUPS 




^^WAVE AN ACCIDENT?" 
"NOPE — I SHAVED TODAY- 



Everything Photographic 



Eastman Kodak Stores, Inc. 



155 South Main Street 



SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH 



Utah Timber & Coal, 


Inc. 


164 West Fifth North 




COAL AND BUILDING 




MATERIALS 




PAINT - OIL - GLASS 




Phone 232 





For Quality Ask Your Dealer for 

Challenge Dairy Products 

Manufactured by 

Utah Wasatch Dairy, Inc. 

Phone 1255 
"A Co-operative Organization" 



Sears Roebuck & Company 



Satisfaction Guaranteed 



189 West Center Street Prove. Utah 



DEVELOPING 

PRINTING 

\EN URGING/ 




Let Us Serve You 

We're ready — with Kodak Verlchrome Film in your 
size, and a capable photo finishing service — to help 
you get the finest results fronn your picture taking. 
We take pride in our developing, printing and 
enlarging . . . v/e'd like to have you give us 
a trial. Let us serve you. 

HEDQUIST DRUGS 



Education and Practical Experience 

Are our greatests assets. Though other things may 
vanish, these remain one's own possessions, enrich- 
ing one's life and the loves of others. 

Your local manufacturer, 

Quinn's Ice Cream Co. 

83 Easf Cenfer St. Phon« 1560 



Claudin Funeral Home 



240 North University Ave. 



AMBULANCE SERVICE 




N& UP IDEAS 



We Appreciate the Patronage of 
B. Y. U. Students 

The Finest Line of Sweaters, Ladies' Suits 
and Dresses, and Blankets 

Manufactured by 

Original Utah Woolen Mills 

Salt Lake City, Utah 



283 



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From Shakespeare to Sinclair Lewis! 



From the pages of the world's -favorite books 
will come th's season's finest motion picture! 
. . . Translated into vibrant, human drama by 
Hollywood's most talented players! 



The 



Enjoy Them All at 

PARAMOUNT 



THEATRE 

Provo, Utah 



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UTAH-IDAHO SCHOOL SUPPLY CO. 



School, Office, Church and Theatre Furniture - School and Office Supplies - Textbook Depository 

DUPLICATORS, MIMEOGRAPHING, STENCILS, INK and SUPPLIES 

GLOBE-WERNICKE 
Filing Equipment, Bookcases, Safes 

LEOPOLD 
Desks and Tables 



155-157 South State Street 



Salt Lake City, Utah 



North Pacific College of Oregon 

Schools of Dentistry and Pharmacy 



DENTISTRY: 



PHARMACY: 



ASSISTANTS 

AND 
HYGIENISTS: 



Established 1898 

A four year course of Instruction leading to the degree of Doctor of Dental Medicine 
(D.M.D.) is offered students who bring not less than one year of selected college 
credits. Two years of the regular premedical course is recommended for the students 
of dentistry. 

The course of training Is four years, leading fo Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Pharmacy. 

Requirements for admission: hligh school graduation or an equivalent education. 

The training for dental and medical assistants ind hyglenlsts covers one and two year 
courses. 

For catalogue of information address: 



THE REGISTRAR 



N. E. Sixth Ave. at Oregon St. 



Portland, Oregon 



284 



7/IIS MODERN EXPRESSION 




DAO-WMBH VOU ANY OAV IN A 

STROLL IH ABOUT G-R\PPmG- ASSEMBLY 
4A.M. 



WHEN THE TEACHER WHEN THE TOAST- 
TELLS HEP, FAVORITE MASTEKTELLS ONE 
STORY OF METHUSELAH'S JOKES 




THE ^MORNIHG- 
AFTER 




WHEH 
VOU 'RE IN 
LOVE 



AFTBR A SOCIAL UNIT INITIATION 



YOQI DONir ^i/AIXE 







ELMER CRO'WLEY 



Tri-S+a+e Lumber Company 



Formerly 



Smoot Lumber Co. 



Helpful Service 



Phone 20 



Provo, Utah 



Bookbinding Specialists 



Magazine Binding - Sold Stamping 



Note and Thesis Binding 



Paper Ruling 



Binders of the Banyan 



PROVO BOOK BINDERY 



Provo, Utah 



285 



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PROVO BAKERY 

Complete line of 

Bread - Cakes - Pies 

Fresh Daily 



57 North 1st East 



Phone 334 



Y CAFETERIA 

"Food at Cost" 



/^wetu ooH'T 

L6T IT HAPPEH 
^ AOAlH 




HONEST juo&e m 

NOT A BOM- I'M 

ASEHIO*. ATATME 
B. 



TMIS IS HOW WALT 
FOULOER FELT ^/HEH HE 
WAS PICKED UP ON THE 
CHAROC OF Be I HO- A 
BUM JUST BECAU9C OP 
HIS LOYALTY TO THE 
SEHIOPSIN TMEX^AVOF 
«FOLIAO-E'_ AV</ORDTO 
THt WISE-SEHIORS. 



PauTs Radio Shop 

"Yours for the Finest Skill in 
Radio" 



43 West 1st North 



Provo, Utah 





BARBER W BE/ 
SHOP 


^UTY 








Permanent Waves 




On 


"Y" Corner 


Phone 1279 



BANYAN LUNCH 

PIES 
Dinner Plate Twenty-five Cents 

Fountain Service Candies 



P. L Larsen 

PLUMBING - HEATING 

Sheet Metal Works 



Phone 574 



343-345 West Center 



286 



Your 
WARDROBE! 



Is it always ready -for 
a surprise invitation? 



Our Cleaning and Pressing 
will keep your clothes ever 
"ew in appearance 

MADSEN CLEANING 



MOSE LEWIS 



Men's Wear 



BOB'S BILLIARDS 

Provo's Finest Recreation 
Center 

Say: "Meet Me at Bob's" 




PROF. HANSEN: ITS ALL-RIGHT THIS 
TIME BUT NEVER STEP So CLOSE TO 
THE EDG-E OF A CLIFF AG-AIH — 

/es- 



EAT 



HANSEN'S CANDY 

"A Bar for Everybody's 
Taste " 



Burt's Nash Service 



NASH -:- LAFAYETTE 



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TO AT ft€NT€0 TUX— 



PIGGLY WIGGLY 



Meats - Groceries 



84 North University Ave. 



Phone 217 



TOVO, 



Utah 



YOU CAN BUY 
Hart Schaffner and Marx 

Clothes 

STETSON and DOBBS HATS 
WILSON BROTHERS FURNISHINGS 
FREEMAN and FLORSHEIM SHOES 
GRAYCO SHIRTS and NECKWEAR 
INTERWOVEN SOCKS 



at 



SHRIVERS 



16 West Center 



Provo, Utah 



Daniel's 
Auto Wreckage 

Used Parts for Your Car 

Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded 

WRECKER SERVICE 

Day or Night 

Phone 68 Provo, Utah 



EVERYTHING 
For the Office and School 

The Store of 
Quality and Service 

UTAH OFFICE SUPPLY 



43 East Center 



Phone 15 



288 





W. E. Mitchell 


Your Jeweler 


II 


1 


Diamonds - Watches - Jewelry 


Medals - Class Pins - Rings 


II 


1 


34 West Center Prove, Utah 






SOMEONE HAS SUGOESTED TMAT 

AB SW6NSONIS MAJORING- IM 

•JENNIEOLOOV"— OH AB- HOV 
COULD VOU7 





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1 The StOP^E of GrXEATER VALUES J 

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DISTINCTIVE COLLEGE OUTFIHERS 

Everything Direct to You from the Style Centers 

Everything that is authentic in the best university is here. 
Extraordinary values and fine quality merchandise at modern prices 





H. H. Tennant Co. 

Manufacturing Jewelers 

Special Order Work of Platinum and Gold Jewelry 
Diamond Setting, Engraving, Enameling, Jobbing 

Class Pins and Rings 
"For the Trade Only" 



Artists' and Sign Writers' Supplies 
Fresco Colors for Scenery 

In Appreciation of Your 1934-35 Business 

Gessford's Inc. 

47 North University Ave. 



289 



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TME BAMYAM TREE GR0\VS''PEAR5 



OHE OP "VHE 

4oo*fitsr 

sm\0N$ /H Life/ 




*TWC ont^n. 399 A/«t IjOCATiTI) MfftC 
rUROl/GWOUt UtA« ANO I9AHO 



Glade Candy Company 

Manufacturers of Fine 
Chocolates ^nd Bars 

Ud to a Standard — 

Not Down to a Price 



To go to school is a privilege 

To learn to study is an achievement 

To learn to enjoy good books Is an accompllshmen 

To know where to buy the best books is to know the 

Deseret Book Company 



44 East South Temple 



Salt Lake City 



290 




NEW 

UTE 

flHOTEL 



FREE PARKING SPACE 
EFFICIENT COURTEOUS SERVICE 

Situated Just North of the 
Temple Ground on Main St. 



Salt Lake City. Utah 



Rates $1 and up 



^MCJ* 





imWR BROS COMBWf 

PROVO - EUREKA ~ SPANISH FORK; 



Utah Photo Materials Co. 

26 Years of Photo Service 

Biographical Photography - Scenic Views 

27 W. South Temple Opposite Temple Square 



SEE 



Stephen Bee Hardware Co. 

For Your Tennis Equipment 

Prices the Lowest 
364 West Center 




DO VOU FEEL DESPONDEIHT? 
•HAVE THAT TIRED FEELING'' 

THEN USE 

RE -LAV. 

SAFE EFFECTIVE 



291 




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FROM ALL /ND/C ATI O/iS HE WAS 
A PRBTTV "LEVBL- HEADED''CHAP 



M. 


H. Grahann 


Printing 


Co. 




School Printing 


a Specia 


ity 




30 South First West 




Phone 285 




Provo, I 


Jtah 







Timpanogos Creamery Co. 

Our Speciality 
Timpanogos and Glacier Butter 

O. S. OLSEN, Mgr. 
Provo, Utah Phono 313 



GRANITE MART 



Popular Southeast Department Store 



1080 EAST 
21st SOUTH ST. 



PHONE 
HYLAND 210 



Salt Lake City. Utah 



Headquarters for All Athletic 

Equipment 



UNIVERSITY MARKET 

Meats and Groceries 

A Red and White Store 
J. J. BOOTH. Prop. 



Phone 273-274 



498 N. University Ave. 



UNIVERSITY PHARMACY 

Prescriptions - Drugs - Sundries 
Ask About Our Party Room 



Candl* 



Fountain Service 



292 



Good Will and Best Wishes to the 

Brigham Young University 
and Its Students 



ll'l 



Consolidated Wagon and 



Machine Co. 



Farm Machinery 



Hardware 




PRESIDENT HW^RIS LOOMED 
LARGE IN THE PUBLIC EVE 



Read the Picture of 
Pasteurization 



START AT BOTTOM 

Boiling Temperature 212° 
il way up here. 



(r\ 



Pasteurizing 
right here onl/ 

Tuberculosis Killed 
Typhoid Kilted 
Sore Throat (Strep.) 



Diphtheria b. 
Killed 



READ UP 

Properly Pasteurized MDk 
is never boiled. 



Pasteurized MiDc 

IS 

Safe Milk 



READ UP 




^^ Mlllc held here for 
"^^ 30 min. U properly 
patteurlzcd tnllk* 



This IS why all well posted 
physicians and city health 
departments insist that 
practically all milk muat 
be pasteurized. 



Pasteurization Means Progress in the 

Knowledge Concerning Dairy 

Products 



From Findings of U. S. Department of Agriculture 



CHERRY HILL DAIRY 



Phone 713 



293 



Ind 



ex 



General 



Administration 




25 


All Campus Coeds 


141, 


142, 143 


Art and Pageantry 




159 


Associated Women Students 


44 


Banyan Queen 




140 


Banyan Tree 




ISO 


Campus 




77 


Campus Life 




119 


Clubs 




247 


Commissioner of Education 


27 


Deans 


29,30,31,32 


Drama and Forensici 




16! 


Faculty 




35 


Freshmen 




101 


Honoraries 




203 


Juniors 




71 


Masters and Graduates 




47 


Men's Sports 




173 


Music 




151 


President 




28 


President's Aides 




33 


President, LD.S. Church 




26 


Publications 




145 


Public Service Bureau 




45 


Seniors 




51 


Social Units 




219 


Sophomores 




89 


Student Administration 




41 


Student Council 




43 


Student Officers 




42 


University Extension Division 


34 


Women's Sports 




195 



Faculty 



Allen, J. Knight 

B 

Ballif, Carma 




35 




153,215 


Ballif, George S. 




167 


Barlow, Irene S. 




39,212 


Bigelow, Porcival P. 




36 


Billings, May 




36, 2 11 


Black, Gladys D. 




38 


Boyle, Clarence S. 




38 


Boyle, WiliamH. 




36 


Brown, Ella Larsen 




38 


Brown, Emma 




35 


Buggert, Gustave 




39, 158 


C 






Car pbell, Jennie 




39 


Candland, Helen 




35, 167 


Carroll, Elsie C. 




35 


Christensen, Parley A. 




37 


Clark, Herald R. 




32 


Coffman, W. Elmo 




38 


Cote, Aubert 




190 


Cullimore, Lloyd L. 




40 


Culmsee, Carlton 


34,37,267 


Cummings, Benjamin F. 


39, 


167,262. 


263,265 






D 






DeJong, G^rrit, Jr. 


31, 


153, 167, 


213,258,264 






Dixon, Fred W. 38, 

E 

Eastmond, Elbert H. 


174, 


181, 189 


37, 


160,205 


Elliott, Vilate 


39,211,218 


Eyring, Carl F. 
Fisher, Flora 




29 




35,218 


Fox, Wilcken 




34 


e 






Gillespie, Annie L, 




38 


H 






Hales, Wayne B. 




38 


Hammond, May C. 




37 



Hansen, George H. 

Hanson, William F. 

Harrison, Bertrand F. 

Hart, Charles J. 

Hayes, John E. 

Hayward, C. Lynn 

Higgs, B.T. 

Hollingshead, Billie 

Holt, E. H. 

I 

J 

Jensen, C. LaVoir 

Jensen, Christen 

Jenson, Edgar M. 

Jensen, J. M. 

Jeppson, Wilma 

Johansen, Alva 

Johnson, A. Rex 39, 167, 

Johnson, Clair 



37, 205 

39, 154 
37 

36, 174 
33 

40,214 
33 
35 
33 



37 

30, 259 

39 

35.36 

40,215 

36 

206, 240, 255 

153 



Kotter, Gladys 

L 

Lambert, Asael C. 

Larsen, B. F. 

Lee. Wilford D. 

Lloyd, Oa 

Ludlow, Thelma 

M 

Madsen, Florence Jepperson 

Madsen, Franklin W. 

Maeser, Georgia 

Marshall. Milton 

Martin, Thomas L. 

Maughan, Barbara 

Maw, Charles E. 

Merrill, A.N. 

Merrill, Harrison R. 

Miller, Barr 

Miller, Elmer 

Miller, Karl A. 

Morley, Alonzo J. 

Morris, Laval S. 

N 

Nelson, Elmer 

Nelson, Lowry 

Nicholes, Joseph J. 

O 

Oaks, L. Weston 

Ollorton, Anna 

Osmond, Alfred 

P 

Packard, Hannah C. 39 

Pardoe, Katherine B. 40, 167, 216 

Pardoe, T. Earl 37,167,168,169,216 



35,36 

35,36 

38 

35,40, 167 

37 

37 

39 

36, 156 

35,37 

38 

40,257.258 

36,218 

40 

30 

38,267 

35,37 

38, 168 

37 

35 

37 

36, 153 
31,225 

37, 266 

39 
38 
40 



Peterson, Hermese 

Peterson, Hugh W. 

Poulson.M. Wilford 

R 

Reagan, Albert B. 

Reynolds, Alice L. 

Rich, Stella P. 

Roberts, Bertha 

Robertson, LeRoy J. 

Romney, G. Ottinger 
186,205 

Rowe, Ed. M. 
S 

Sauer, Robert 
Sauls, J. W. 
Sauls, Kiefer B. 
Shaw, Seth T. 
Smart, Nettie Neff 
Smith, Aline Coleman 
Snell, William H. 
Snow. Edna 
Sr>ow, William J. 
Sperry, Sidney B. 
Stewart, Grace Nixon 
Strickler, Beulah 
Sudwaeks, Joseph 
Summerhays, Margaret 



40 
39 
40 

35,40 

40, 2 1 8 

35,37 

35,262,263 

36, 153 

40, 174, 180, 

39 

36, 152, 153 

35 

33 

38,257 

29 

36,215 

36. 168 

38, 266 

39, 259 

40, 167 
40.216 

39.211,230 
38 
36 



Swenson, John C. 38. 168 

Swenson, Margaret 38,211 

Swenson. Russel 39 

T 

Tanner, Vasco M. 39, 2lt 

W 

Warnick. Effie 36,211 

Wilson, Guy C 36 

Wilson, O. Meredith 35, 38, 167, 

168,205,238 

Wing, John 40 

Woodward, Hugh M. 32 

Woolf, Golden L. 37, 260, 266 
Y 

Young, Karl E. 39 

Young, Rhode 37,218 

Young, W. Ernest 35, 39, 57, 265 

S+udents 



Aagard, Burnell 
Aagard, Laurel 
Abegg, El! 
Acree, Mary Bayles 
Adair, Smith 
Adams, Carlyle 
Adams, Mllo 
Aiken, Velda 
Alder, Don 
Alder, Ralph 
Alexander, La Ray 
Alldredge, Donald 
Alldredge, Weldon 
Allen, Gene 
Allen. J. E. 
Allen, Marvin 
Allen, Nathan 
Allred, Huitau 

221,265 
Allred, Iris 
Allred, Lark 
Allred, Leah 
Allred. McKay 
Allred, Moreho 

196,204,220,221,261 
Alsop, H. Deane I 10, 152, 153 

242, 252 
Anderson, Ann 
Anderson, Berniece 
Anderson, Beth 
Anderson, Clyde 
Anderson, DeVon 
Anderson, Edna 
Anderson, Ellen 
Anderson, Ethel 
Anderson, Floyd 
Anderson, George M. 
Anderson, Glade 
Anderson, H. Duane 
Anderson, H. Reese 
Anderson, Hazel 

204, 225 



70 

85,256 

251 

57, 234, 253 

254 

181,240 

84, 152,213 

109 

54,95,206.238,239 

239. 262 

79, 178, 180 

91,244 

68,244 

108 

97, 240 

9? 

100,262 

■ 90, 147, 156, 167, 

95, 250 

104,249 

233 

115,250 

42,43,45,61, 167, 



106 

112 

115, 152,262 

80,257 

152 

113 

114,227 

111,226 

152,264 

83,256 

186,245 

48.237,263 

78,210,256 

87, 152, 153, 167, 



107, 



112, 



Anderson, Helene 
Anderson, Herman 
Anderson, Ivan 
Anderson, Jack M. 
Anderson, Norma 
Anderson, Rae 
Anderson, Ralph 
Anderson, Reed 
Anderson, Reed 
Anderson. Ro^etta 
Anderson, William 
Arrdrews, Max 
Arnold, Marion 
Arnold, Oscar F. 
Arnoldus, Ann 
Asay, Bert 



157 

70, 260 

no, 156 

114,20/ 

88 

104 

8! 

no, 156 

69 

102 

235 

186 

93,220 

107, 152 

220 

99, 179, 180,208 



Ashby, Bonna 
Ashby, Eda 
Ashby, George 
Ashby, Martha 
Ashby, Melvin J. 
Ashby. Orran 
Ashcroft. Clarcia 
Ashtone, Helen 
Ashworth, Elodia 
Asihworth. Phillip 
Atkinson, Frank 
Atkinson, Luella 
Atwood, Millen 
Averett, lone 
Aycock, Mulford 
Aylett. Lenora 
Aylett, Orgill 
B 

Babcock, James 
Baggett, Beulah 
Bagley, Vera 
Bagwell. LaVere 
Bailey, G. Carroll 
Bailey, Thell 103, 

235,250 
Bailey, Wanda 
Baker, Grant W. 
Baker, Kenneth W. 
Baker, Lee H. 
Ball, Vernon 

Ballard, Duane 68, 

Ballard, Howard 
Balls, Harold 
Balls, Phyllis 
Banks, Earl 
Banks, W. Merrill 
Banner, Laura 
Barber, Bud 

Barclay, Bruce 107, 

Barlow, Francis 
Barlow, Wilma 
Barnett, Maurice C. 
Barnett, Wilmer Lee 
Bartholomew, Virga 
Barton, Gerald 
Barton, J. CulL-n 
Barton, Margaret 
Batchelor, Jole 
Bateman, June 
Bateman, Lucy 
Bates, Paul 
Batty, Vance 
Bean, Delbert 
Beck, J.Miltin 
Beck, Jay 
Becker, Teut 
Beckstrom, Clarence 
Bee, Lawrence 
Bell, Margaret 
Belliston, Gerald 
Belnap, Dixie 
Benedict, Lenora June 
Bennett, Carol 97, 

Bennlon, Lowell S. 
Bennion, Marinda 
Benson, Marie 
Benson, Max 
Benton, Bill 

Benton, Jim 100, 

Berge, Glen 
Berry, Esther 
Berry, Lee 
Berry, Wanda 
Bestelmeyer, Marie 
Bezzant, Evelyn 
Biddulph, Floyd 
Biddulph, Reed 
Bigelow, Margaret 
Bigelow, Maurlne 
Bigler. Rex A. 
Binaham. Afton 



102,262 

100,234 

188 

94. 157 

91.253 

54,210,254 

93,251 

108.226 

157 

242, 264 

112 

103 

109 

153 

91 

ni,2S2 

77, 242 

107, 257 

ni 

94 
250 
109 
185. 



156, 157, 



91,231 

114, 152, 153 

98 

n3 

113, 156.249 

242,243,252 

113, 189,252 

109, 156 

81,234 

115 

100,257 

96, 196 

186 

152,237,249 

91,235 

104,220,264 

no 

90,217 

96,232 

107 

72,237 

75, 234 

153 

110,249 

110,249 

102, 156, 167 

78 

242, 243 

83.217,260 

48 

80,214 

102 

53,260 

109,262 

no 

102,232,249 

86, 227 

141, 157,224 

757. 257 

60,229 

50,218 

98, 248 

97, 181,240 

181, 185,240 

90, 240, 293 

113,227 

104,211 

104, 157,233 

114, 157 

107 

50 

78, 186 

157 

107.220 

64,251 

100,227 



294 



Ind 



ex 



Cingham, Arnold ft. 
Bingham, Owen W. 
Bingham, Sanford M. 

209,217,262 
Sinks, Melpha 
Binns, Ellen 
Bird, Beth 
Bird, George 
Bird, Marcell W. 
Bird, KHargaret 51,65 

226,229,261 
Bird, Roberta Wilde 
Bischoff, Ada 
Bischoff, Royal 
Bishop, Duane 
Bishop, Verdell 
Bissell, Harold 
Bissell, Zisks 
Black, Elmo 
Black, Gus 
Black, Karl 
Black. Paul 
Black, Shirl 
Blackett, Fred 
Blackwell, Harry 
Blackwell, Virginia C. 
Bloomfield, K/lont 
Bloomfield, Owen 
Boberg, Afton 
Bodily, Gerald 8E 

Bodily, Paulina 
Bohman, Proctor 
Bone, George 
Booth, Wilson 
Borg, Glen 
Bowen, Mark 
Bower, Helen 
Bowler, Grant 
Bowles, Catherine 
Bowman, Dorothy 
Bowman, Lorraine 
Bowman, Marion R. 
Bowman, Wm. 
Bown, Bud 
Bown, Duane 
Bown, Emma Lee 
Bown, Myron 
Boyack, Bert 
Boyack, Clifton D 

208,216,217,254 
Boyack, Halden 
Boyce, LaRue 
Boyden, Orlene 
Boyer, Louise May 
Boyer, Margret 

229,261 
Boyer, R. M. 
Boyer, Roy 
Boyle, Elayne 
Boyle, Sidney 
Brady, Lee 
Brady, Millard 
Brain, Jewel 
Brand, Karl 
Brand, Virginia 
Breinholt, Herbert 
Brings, Alice 

Pr'gqs, Evelyn 
Brimhail, Edna 
Brimhall, DeVoe 
Orinley, Ross 
Brinton, Frank 
Broadbcrt. Hermese 

260, 262 
Drofl'-'Sent, Josephine 
Droadbent, Mary 
Broadbent. Mima 
Broadbont, Roy 42, 43 

203.216,245,260 
Broadbent, Tom L. 
Broadhead, Chloe 



104, 



115,210.257 
68, 153,213 
74, 167, 169, 

113 

80, 143,227 

■|53 

112 

/4, 152 

167,204,216, 

91 

157,226 

92,235 

54, 254 

77, 254 

49 

106, 264 

113 

186 

109 

108, 192,235 

114,235 

156 

70, 153 

83 

106 

72,257 

75. 252 

248, 259, 260 

90 

186,262 

217 

175, 180, 189 

96, 252 

113, 191 

80, 149 

76 

98,232 

106,231,264 

95, 153, 157 

93 

104 

240 

260 

115 

240 

112 

169, 



81, 149, 167 



74, 



95, 



115, 



92 

94 

228 

106, 153,229 

167,204,216, 

112,248 

lis, 186 

112,220 

238 

250 

69,250 

263 

115, 152,258 

146,230,258 

97, 146 

91, 157 

153. 157,264 

no 

75 

no, 181 

114 

78, 167,223, 

113 

61,212 

74, 152 

67, 167,205, 

68 264 
107 



BrocKDank. Mark J. 

244, 260 
Brook-, Walter";. 
Brooksby, Armonc 
Brooksby, Irene 
Broo!<'by, Marvin 
Brouah, Donald 
Drough, Dorothy 
Brower, Metba 
Brown, Aaron G. 
Brown, Beatrice 
Brown. Clark 
Brown, Eleanor 
Brown, Errol 
Brown, J. Woodrow 
Brown, June 
Brown, Ken 
Brown, LaJune 
Brown, Virginia 
Brunt, Erma 
Brunt, Zona 
Bryner, Louis 
Buchanan, Afton 
Buchanan, Edna 
tuchanan, Elmo Dwai 
Buckley, June 
Buckley, Margaret 
Buqgert, Annellcse 
Bullock, Cecil 
Bunderson, Grant 
Bunker. Kenneth 
Burch, Jenny 
Burch, Leono 
Burgess, Ross 
durr, Virginia 
Burton, Clara 
Butler, Durwood 
Butler, Eldon 
Buf'er, Eldren 
Butler, Larene 
Butterfleld, Ellis 
Butterfleld, V:l.-.'e 
Bybee, Barney 
Bybee, Fay X. 

c 

Caldcr, rielen 
Call, r~en 

Don 

Fulvia 

Lorna 

Vee 

han, Guy 
Callahfln, Nanieve O 
Callahan, Sterling 
Callan, Mary 
Ca'lis, Ld jra 
Cillis, Pearl 

260 ?63 
Campbell. Flbert 
Campbell, Elvera 
Campbell, Jennie 
Canning, Alfred 
Cannon, Hugh 

205,208,238 
Cannon, Jean 
Cannon, Kenneth L, 
Card, Eldon 
Carlile Maurine 
Carl'ie, Rulon 
Carlston, Beulah 
Carr, Russel 
Carr, William C. 
Carter Nerval 
Carter, RInda R. 
Carter, Wesley 
Carver, Ruth 
Cazier, Ethel 
Chadwick, Barratt 
Charlesworth, Bcrnice 
Chatterton, Don 
Chatwin, Gilbert 



91, 



87, 



53,205,214,217, 
77, 184,209,210 

no 

85,212.233 
108 
110 
112,234 
149,229 267 
73, 206, 264 
84,226 
115 
15-', 227, 252 
191, 193,7';i 
110,253 
106, 157 
211 
225 
259 
107 
100,222 
190,209,255 
100, 147, 157 
98 
115 
104 
95 
98 
91,242 
82,235,256 
104,253 
106 
100,233 
1F6 
95 
153 
191 
156 
103 
106. !57 
95, 252 
IC3 252 

1 10, ■-.! 

156,258,264 



no. 

92, 



113, 



Ca 
Ca 
Ca 
Ca 
Ca 



59, 
89, 158, 



63,217,221 

100 76'" 

108, 186 

104,265 

56 

239 

69, 167,216,237 

r. 

99, 152, 15: 
114,230,248 
,224,225,263 
167,204,224. 

, 185, 186, lei-, 

111,249 

218 

114, 181. 1G6 

182, If., 183, 



115, 2-!8 

96, 266 

9S, 2*2 

168,259 

169,234,256 

86, 258 

<9, 258 

100 

62, 157 

103 

94 

78, 157,230 

168,236,260 

103 

102,249,264 

85, 207 



87, 



92, 



115, 



91, 146, 



43,51 



49, 77, 



Checketts, Norine 
Cheever, Rose 
Cheever, Winslow 
Childs, France 
Child, Helen 
Christensen, A'thur 
Chrlstensen, Fern 

262 
Christensen, Glen 
Christensen, Harold 

205,210,248 
Christensen, Horace 
Christensen, La Verl 
Christensen, Leon 
Christensen, Mae 
Christensen, Marguerite 
Christensen, Maia 92 

Christen-en, Opal 72 

Christensen, Paul 
Christensen, Phyllis 
Christensen, Rowena 
Christensen, Ruby 
Christensen, Stan'ev W. 
Christensen, W. Bble 
Christensen, Ph'l 167,205 

Christiansen, Herbert 
Christofferson, Grant 
Christofferson, Ivey 
Clark, Albert 
Clark, Ezra T. 
Clark Harlan 
Clark, Harry, Jr. 
Clark, James 
Clark, K'lary 
Clark. Richard H 
Clark, Ruth 



115 
108, 152 

no 

59, 158,204 
93 



93 



45,72, 153, 

86,210, 
99, 
112, 
M2, 



97, 



Clark, Walter 
Clark, Wlnora 
Clarke, Bertha 
Clayson, Ann 
213,226 
Clayson, Eli K. 
Clayson, Joe 
Clayton, J. Maurice 
Clegg, Afton 
Clegg, Fred W. 
Clegg, Lowell 
Cloward, Blake 
Cloward, R. Dell 
Clyde, Glenna 
Cole, Glenda 
Cole, Sybil 
Coleman, Edna 
Coleman, Martha 
Coleman, Maud 
Collett, Edna 
Colton, Glade 
Colton, Lorna 
Colton, Ray 
Colton, Ruth 
Comer, Nola 
Conder, Vera 
Condie, Eulalla 
Condie, Marguerite Sears 
Condon, David 
Cook, Alice 
Cook, Evelyn 
Cook, Fon 
Cook, LaBerle 
Cook, Vera 
Cook, Wayne 
Cooley, Ida 
Cooley, Melissa 
Coombs, Dora 
Cooper, Louise 
Cooper, Robert 
Cope, Melba 
Corry, Kent 
Cottam, Katherine 
Cottam, Naomi 
Cottam, Rulon 



99 
75, 191,211, 



97, 169. 



103, 

78, 
72,227, 



67, 152, 



76, 



72,229 Cottam, Mrs. Rulon 

"J^ Cottam, Thelma 

^■^ Cowan, Christine J. 

'" Cowan, Reed 

100,228 Cowley, Jessie 

°^ Cowley, Thora 

167,226, Cowley, Wayno 
Cox, Dee 

88,211 Cox, Max B. 

63.14'. Cox, Nellie 
Cox, Ruby 

236 Crandall, Hart 

l-'IS, 254 Crandall, Harvey L, Jr. 

156 Crandall, Sterling 
97, 222 Crane, Joseph 

153 Crane, Norma 

167,222 Crane, Reed 

157,256 Crane, Ruth 

95,262 Cranney, Doyle 

260 Cranney, Hattie 

153.228 Crapo, Margaret 
'6 Creer, William 

58, :il Croft, Merrill 83, 175, 
7' 217,236,237,254 

216,244 Crosby, Lena 

186 Crosby, Mary 

74,210 Crosby, Melvin 

102 Crosby, Vivian 

193 738 Crouther, Margaret 

97, 244 Crowley, Afton 

IS*., ^M Crowton, Dave 

152, irl Crowton, Ralph 

259 Crowley, Elmer 

213.226 236,248,262 
23D.264 Cullimore. Odessa 
I6'',226 Cummard, Eva 
100,244 Cummlngs, Dick 

100 Curtis, Roene 

58 D 

158,204, Dahlquist, Harold 

Dahlquist, Mary 
262, 264 225 

152,156 Dalton, Caroline 

147,239 Dalton, John 

262, 267 Dame, Bonnie 

67 Daniels, Phyllis 

94 Danvers, Jean 

114,152 Dase, SamC. 

108 Dastrup, Dona 91 

105,152 Davenport, Naomi 

102 Davidson, Arthur 

114,248 Davies, Jack 43 

167 156,244 

114.227 Davies, Lyman 
93 Davis, 'Ariel 

1 10 Davis, George E. 

81 Davis, Katherine 

147,221 Davis, VernL. 

258, 259 Dean, Ernest 

'6 Dean, Joe 

209.229 210,238 
48 Dean, John O. 

157 Decker, Freda 
64 Decker, Glenaveva 
50 Decker, J. B., Jr. 

110 Decker, Webster 

104,233 De Graff, Elaine 78, 
n2, 156 262 

96,231 De Graff, Helen 

104,233 De La Mare, Wanda 

179,180 Despain, Dale 

107 Despain, Joseph 

106 Despain, Lola 

63,157 Dickson, Ned B. 

226, 252 Dickson, Newell 

262 Dillman, Earl 

262 Dillman, Isabelle 

169,208 Dlmick, Cecil 

224 Dlmond, Alva 

264,266 Dlmond, Lloyd 

266 Dix, DeVaun 



64, 



266 

266 

73 

86 

114 

103,230 

48 

153,249,263 

58 

62 

77, 265 

107 

85,210,249 

207 

67,216 

228 

88,241 

78 

102 

no 

106 

49, 193 

190,205,208, 

95, 233 

111,232 

115,251 

92, 230 

157 

105,220,264 

192 

182 

146, 167,217, 

157 
141,223 
97, 263 

113 



210 
44,51,66,204,224, 



80, 



146, 



, 101, 



89,91, 



98 
152, 



111,233 

152,210,240 

228 

108, 157,262 

80, 140,223 

94 

157,215,225 

102, 157 

107, 168,258 

102, 148, 149, 

113,262 

87,216,237 

109 

86,223 

113, 153 

73, 186,209 

152, 153, 16 

61,214,257 

114 

76,251,262 

59, 243, 258 

216,238,250 

167,218,226, 

153 

113 

83 

95, 252 

109,232 

78,257 

104,257 

113 

99,231 

52,210,255 

106,229,252 

90, 252 

83 



295 



Ind 



ex 



99, 22 1 
228 

95,222,223 

87,217 

109 

53,212,222 

101, 108, 144, 148. 

113,240 

80,221 

228 

92,221 

74,217,248 

79, 144, 148, 167, 

43,85, 146,205,210, 

153 
99 
94 

93, 232 
65, 175. 186. 188, 

106 
97 

94, 249 
96 

98, 248 

100 

73, 152, 153,210, 

101. 115, 152 

80, 153,231 

259 

180 

91, 176,207,2^0,241 

94,251 

114.251,265 

52, 152 

106,153,264 

97, 146,238 

._ ...... 107,235 

Eastmond. Tom 87. 148, 1 89, 205, 209, 

238 
Edwards. Clara 61 

Edwards. Luther 102,257 

Eggerfsen. Geraldine 92,167,224, 

263 

100, 167 
55, 157, 167,216.211 

113.242 

79.212.249 

106, 152.255 

94.251,265 

104 

72,242,256 

44, 100, 147,223 

262 

238 

207, 245 

55, 147, 168, 169,205, 

207,208,209,239,258 

Evans, Viola 103,223,263 

83, 220 

243,265 

181 

181 

95,230,258 

93,257 

207 

78,229,251 

--- 75 

Faucette Reese 76,235,250.258,267 
Favero, Dewey 60, 178 

Fawllcs, Le Grande 99 

Fay, Joseph C. 69 

Feast, Howard 2'50 

Fechser, Ida 94, 157 

Fernley, James B. 109, 152, 186 



Dixon. Edith 
Dixon. Mrs. Fred 
Dixon, Helen 
Dixon, Howard B. 
Dixon. Kathryn 
Dixon. Maurine 
Dixon. Phyllis 

196.222 
Dixon, Donald 
Dixon. Ruby 
Dixon, Ruth 
Dixon, Stella 
Doman, Rulon W. 
Domina, John C. 

262 
Done, Otto 

251.258 
Downs. Winston 
Draper. Howard 
Driqqs. Norval 
Dudley. Lucy 
Dudley, Lyndon L. 

209 
Dudley. Margaret 
Dudley, Marian 
Duersch. Mary 
Duffin. Dawn 
Duffin. Marion 
Duffin. Max 
Dulce. Kenneth L. 

214 
Dulce. Jennie 
Duke. Lucretla 
Duke. Marden 
Durrant. James 
Durrant, Russell 
E 

Eager, Ireta 
Eager, Levora 
Earl. Alma La Von 
Earl. Don L. 
Eastmond. Jack 
Eastmond. Taylor 



Eitel. Leona 
Ekins. Virginia 
Eldredge. Lyie 
Ellsworth. Edna 
Empey. Lee 
Ennis. Marguerite 
Ennis. Wayne 
Ericksen, Gerald L. 
Erickson, LaRue 
Evans. Bud 
Evans. Foster 
Evans, Jennings 
Evans, Oakley 



Eyring, Ethel 
F 

Fahring. Ray 
Fairbanks, Garth 
Fairbanks. Voy 
Fames, June 
Farnsworth, Elone 
Farnsworth, Hatch 
Farrer, Helen A. 
Fau+in. Reed 



Fetier, Leona 
Fietkaw, Ross 
Fillmore, Belle 
Fillmore, Elmer 
Fillmore, Gladys 
Fillmore, J. C. 
Fillmore. Winston 
Finch. Henry 
Firmage. Mary Brown 
Firmage. W. Kenneth 
Firmage, William 



260 

109,262 

42,43,63.204,222 

100. 191.210 

no 



157 

102 
96 
56 

225 
86, 207 

240 



Fischer, Wilford 96, 185, 186, 242. 260 



Fish Lalovi 
Fish. Richard E. 
Fitzgerald. Don 
Fitzgerald. Sarah 
Forsyth. Howard 

266 
Forsyth., Margaret 
Forsyth. William A. 
Foster, Francis 
Foulger, Walt 
Foutz, Russell 
Francis, Carl Wallace 
Frandson, Calvin 
Fraiier, Verness W. 
Freckleton, John 
Freckleton, Virginia 
Freestone, Albert 
Freestone, Norman 

261 
Freestone, Victor 
Frisby, Stella 
Fulmer, Bert L. 
Fullmer, John Paul 
Fullmer. La Mar 
Funk, Gene 
G 

Gameft, Level 
Gamett, Wayne 
Gardner. Blanche 
Gardner. Evan G. 
Gardner, Fawn 
Gardner, Geraldine 
Gardner. Lincoln 
Gardner, May 
Gardner. Merline 
Gardner. Reid 
Gardner. Rollan 
Gardner. Ross 
Gardner. Wallace 
Garrett. Weston 
Gay. Venoy 
Geary, Elmo 

255 
Gee. Eileen E. 
Gee, Ivin 
Gee, Lynn L. 
Gesiison, Byron 
Gibb. Jack R. 
Giddings.Crandall 
Giddinqs. Ruth 
Giles. Clarence 
Giles, Earl 
Giles, Fred 
Gilchrist, Irene 
Gillespie, George 

240,241 
Gillespie, Gerald 
Gleason. Katherine 
Gledhlll. Pearl 
Gledhill. Preston 

262 
Glover. Edna 
Glover, Hazel 
Goldlng. Lawrence 
Goodman. Bill 
Goodrich. Darrell 
Gordon. Glen 
Gourley, George 
Gourley, Lee 



98,251 

102,251 

107 

98,227,252 

63, 148, 167, 169, 

233 

92, 264 

70, 148,267 

53, 146 

240 

80 

156,264 

70 

156,260,264 

108 

100,238 

66, 167,215,243, 

99, 262 

no, 153, 157, 158 

75, 244, 257 

105 

no, 185, 186 

111 

70 
93 
105 
114,210,254 
99 
106 
180, 191,208,237 

91, 157,254 

92, 229. 259 
100 
103 
106 

74, 206, 244 

105 

105, 156 

55. 167,206.213.216. 

73,264 

58, 167,249 

55,214 

76,242,264 

43,71.216.260 

153 

229 

105. 156 

94, 179, 180, 182, 186 

82,257 

no, 157 

66. 176. 180,208. 



181 

97, 265 

104 

94, 167,216,245, 

72, 157,234 

96, 157.234 

186. 192 

87,216,261 

100 

70, 193 

186, 188 

93, 185, 186 



Gourley, Maurine 




59 


Graff, Marvin 




54 


Graham, Ivan 




109. 185 


Graham. Richard, Jr. 




106,239 


Grant, Dorothy 




93 


Grant, Helen 




112,220 


Green. Leola 




76.204,216 


Green. May 




102. 167 


Greenhalgh. Gene 




113. 152 


Greenhalqh. Rex 




99, 152 


Greenwell. Clyde 




181,245 


Greenwell. Ruth 




222 


Greenwood. Don B. 




96, 242, 232 


Greenwood. Ella 


109, 


225,252.264 


Greer. Faye 




95. 141.228 


Griffith. Derral 




105,245,252 


Griffith. Dorothy 




^0 


Griffith. Elmer 


93, 


206,245.252 


Grimes. Milton 




77,258,259 


Groberg. Le Roy B. 




50 


Groesbeck. Lue 




86 


Grotegut. La Mar 




61 


Grow. Katherine 




266 


Grow. Spencer 




49,206,210 


Grow, Stewart 




68, 206. 266 


Grow, Mrs. 




266 


Gudmundson, Keith 




78 


Gunnell, Halden 




92 


Guyla. Lewis 




258 


Guyman. Luella 


113, 


231.255.264 


Guymon. Norland 




105 


H 






Hacking, Berniece 


73, 


147, 157, 167, 


168 






Hacking, Leo 




92 


Hacking, Lola 




114, 157,233 


Hacking, Mary Helen 


92 


Hacking, Maurine 




109, 157,233 


Hacking, Reed 




56, rt2 


Hale, Nathan 




95 


Hales. Clifford 




111,237,258 


Hales. Vern 




107,244 


Hales. Mrs. Wayne 




227 


Hall.Avard 




105 


Hall. Laverl 




77,251 


Hall. Nedra 




92 


Halliday. JohnR. 


52, 


152, 153,213 


Halliday. Meeks 




152 


Halliday. Naomi 64. 


158. 


211,213,226 


Halliday. Rhea 




107 


Halverson, Jean 




108,223.262 


Hamblin, Lawson 




70 


Hamilton. Don 




94, 249 


Hammond, Ethel 




80 


Hammond. Kay 82. 


206. 


.211.244.245 


Hammond. Maxine 




74. 249. 264 


Hammond. Merrill 




49.214,217 


Hammond. Roy 


84 


.217,244,245 


Hanks, Wayne 




57,208 


Hansen, Alene 




96,253 


Hansen, Fred 




156 


Hansen. Glenn W. 




68 


Hansen. Phil 




64,239,262 


Hansen. Robert 




207 


Hansen. Ruby 




73 


Hansen, Ruby K. 




67 


Hansen, Theresa 




100,224 


Hanson. Afton 83, 


148. 


167,204,215, 


226 






Hanson. Barbara 




83 


Hanson. Vera 




112 


Hanson, Zula 


65 


, 153,215.226 


Harding. Leila 




115,227 


Harding. Marion Edward 


95,237 


Harding, Wilbur 




108 


Harding, Zella 




93 


Hardman. Anna 




114,232 


Hardman. Minnie 




100,232,259 


Hardman. Valerie 




109, 157,229 


Hardy, Elmo 




94, 264 


Harker, Hallace 




106 



Harper, Laurel 
Harper, Weston 
Harris, Audrey 
Harris. Franklin S., Jr. 

238 
Harris, Gwendolynn 
Harris, Helen 
Harris, Margaret 
Harris, Mary 
Harris, Maureen 
Harris, Robert 
Harris. Thelma 
Harrison. Brigham H. 
Harrison, Edith 
Harrison, Everett 
Harrison, Jean 
Harrison, Madelyn 
Harrison, Verle 
Harston, George 8. 
Harston, Miles B. 
Hart, Eldon 
Hart, Kay 62,179,1 

243 
Harwood, Loa 
Hasler, J.William 

262 
Hassell, Myrth Allen 
Hassinger, Ray 
Hastings, Emmeline 
Hatch, Harmon Russe 
Hatch, Lila 
Hatch, Norma 
Hawker. Ada 
Hawker, Mary 
Hawley. Ruthe 
Haws. Bill 
Haws. Lois 
Haycock, Nell 
Hayes, Sheldon 
Hayward. Willard 
Heal, Stanley 
Healy. Carson R. 
Heaton. Fred 
Heaton. Ramona 
Henderson, Yvonne 
Hendry. Ercell 

Henry, Eleanor 
Hess. Frank 113, 

264 

Heywood, Kenneth 

Hibbert, Dave 

Hicken. Orson 

Hicken, Roy 

Hicken, Verda 

Hickman, Erma 

Hicks, Veda 

HIggins, Ron 

Hildy, Grace 

Hill, Laurel 

Hilton, Helen 

Hobson, Glen 

Hodge, June 

Hodson, Afton 

Hoffman, Ida J. 

Hoge, Walter©. 

Holdaway, Clyde A. 

Holdaway, LyIe 

Holden, Dean 

Hollman, Wayne 

Holt, Afton 

Holt, Grant 

Holton, Joyce 

Homme, Roy 

Hookes, Gladys 

Hoopes, Leola 

Hoover. Lamar 

Horr, Ruth 

Horton, Bill 

Horton, Geraldine 

Housley, Orville 

Houston, Irene 



82, 157,258 

191 

157,221,49 

49,210,217, 

98, 142,222,262 

98, 204, 260, 263 

113,265 

103.222 

81 

109,264 

102,220,265 

250 

157 

91 

157 

224 

153 

n0,211,257 

96,257 

108 

80, 206. 209, 242, 

108 
52, 167,216,237, 

80, 234 
105, 152, 186 

81, 146, 147,231 
II 49,70,213 

218 

104 

109 

104 

93,230 

68, 180.209 

94, 157 

109,226 

48.214 

90, 147,248 

240 

93, 152 

114 

103 

100.229 

105 

105 

146, 168, 191,259, 



98, 



81 

84. 240 

168.259 

152. 153 

107, 149, 157,232 

105, 157 

107,262 

97.241 

157,226,258,264 

109,232 

79,254 

114, 191 

90, 102 

84, 222 

73,233 

86,244 

111 

92 

105 

106 

76, 248 

n3. 189,206,238 

77 

70, 185 

49 

105 

104, 152 

114,220,258.262 

114 

105. 262 

105 

57,213,226,264 



296 



Ind 



ex 



Houston, James E. 




97, 168 


John'on, Clelda 








!I5 


Houfl, Mozelle 




96,231 


Johnson, Delbert 








180. !90 


Howe, Bill 




245 


Johnson, Donald 








!09, !80 


Huber, Albert 




115 


Johnson, Donna 








109 


Huckins, Alice 




84, 226 


Johnson, Donna L 


ee 






90 


Hudson, Roy 


91, 


149,238 


Johnson, Elmer 






70, 


105,235 


Huffaker, Marshall E. 


69, 


243, 257 


Johnson, Enola 








98,23! 


Huffaker, Ruth 




56, 226 


Johnson, Glen B. 








60, 152 


Hughes, Nellie 




102 


Johnson, Glenn 






99, 


249, 257 


Hughes, Reed 




102, 245 


Johnson, Helen 








100,255 


Huish, Bruce 




(15 


Johnson, Jessie 








105,227 


Huish, Daryl 




70,237 


Johnson, Joseph 








238 


Huish, Helen 




92,227 


Johnson, Josephi 


i\e 






218 


Hullinger, Mollis 


106, 190,208,235 


Johnson, Lovell 








70 


Hundley, Lucile 


84, 233, 264 


Johnson, Mac 


99, 149, 


176, 


! 80, 209, 


Hunt, Austin 




86 


239 










Hunt, Burton P. 




90 


Johnson, May 








!02 


Hunt, Levi 




104, 185 


Johnson, Nelda 








232 


Hunt, Max 




112,265 


Johnson, Reert 








104,265 


Hunt, Paul 96, 


193,211, 


248, 249 


Johnson, Val 






99 


156,250 


Hunt, Roscoe 




104 


Johnson, Vearl S. 








48 


Hunter, EIna 




98,228 


Johnson, Wanda 








98,23! 


Hunter, Kenneth 




107, 186 


Johnson, Wayne 


Kay 






110,259 


Hunter, Royal 




104 


Johnson, Wende 








94, 235 


Huntington, Roy 


100, 


152, 156 


Jdhnson, Weston 








9! 


Huntsman, Blaine 




56, 153 


Johnson, Wyla 








85 


Hutchings, Brian 




115,252 


Johnson, Zola 








! 15, 255 


Hutchings, Harold 




91,214 


Johnston, Helen 






109 


153,22! 


Hutchinson, Grant 


56, 176, 


180, I8i, 


Johnston, Irene 


44 


52, 


204,215,22! 


208, 243 






Jolley, Ann Iva 






I!! 


225, 264 


Hutchinson, J. Marve 


II 65, 206, 242 


Jolley, Udell 


94, 


147, 


149 


156,267 


Hyde, Elaine 




107,249 


Jones, Alpne 








107 


1 






Jones, Dale 


88, 


148,205 


207, 244 


Ingersoli, Leigh 




66 


Jones, Ha 








90 


Ingersoll. Rex 




59, 260 


Jones, Martha 








153 


Ipsono, Nello 




56 


Jones, Maurice 








148,217 


iverson, Martin 




57 


Jones, Maurino 




60, 


!43 


212,228 


J 






Jones, Max W. 








90 


Jackson, Beth 




III, 157 


Jones, Melva 








74 


Jackson, Elda 


103 


232,250 


Jones, Ona 








94, 233 


Jackson, Ellen 




8! 


Jones, Rudger E. 


63,207,239,258,259 


Jackson, Norma 




106,223 


Jones, Rulon J. 








50 


Jackson. Reva 




96,23! 


Jones, Vera 








157 


Jacobs, Bennett H. 




109,248 


Jones, Vivian 








112 


Jacobs, H. Chariton 




77, 256 


Jones, Yvonne 








107 


Jacobs, Helen 




97 


Jorgensen, Eugene G 


43,45,63, 167, 


Jacobs, Madge 


115 


148, 169 


255 










Jacobs, Milton 




147, :^6 


Jorgensen, Glad 


3 


108 


152 


153. 191 


Jacobson, Rilla 




112,227 


Jorgensen, Helen 




90 


234,255 


Jameron, Karl 67 


147,206 


243,255 


Josie, Frank 








98 


Janson, Dorothy 




7-, 227 


Judd, Florence 








73,227 


Janisc.T, Helen 




r9, 232 


Judd, Myles 




62 


167,260,266 


Jeffery, Miff C. 


82 


I';Q, 208 


Jude, Fern 








167 


Jeffery, Irvin W. 




105 


K . 










Jenkins, Elvira 




230 


Karren, Ethel 








112 


Jenkins, Louise 




55, 157 


Kartchner, Fred 




74 


!89, 217,237 


Jensen, Alva O. 




107, 181 


Kartchner, Ray 




65 


193 


217,236 


Jensen, Ana 


72 


157,256 


Kay, Afton 








79, 230 


Jensen, Cannon 




264 


Kay, Orpha 








96. 2 1 8 


Jensen, Cecelia 97 


148,218,258,267 


Kavachevich, Melvin 






97,241 


Jensen, Gordon 




113 


Keele, Melvin 








108 


Jensen, Helen 




112,225 


Keeler. Jay J. 






!53 


158,258 


Jensen, Henry 




90, 252 


Keith, Howard 








95 


Jensen, J-ines 




82,257 


Kelly, Connie 








113,228 


Jensen, Mabel 




114 


Kendall, Marie 








97 


Jensen, Melba 




99, 232 


Kennedy, Marga 


ret J 






50 


Jensen, Mamie 




57,233 


Kent, Edythe 








108 


Jensen, Peter N. 




156 


Kerr, Ethel 








157 


J-^nsen, Walter A. 




88 


Kerr, Max 








109 


Jenson, Eleanor 




93 


Kesler, Abe 








181 


Jenson, Ralph 




205 


Killpaclc, Dean 








111,255 


Jeppson, Faye 




86 


Killpack, Elliott 








111,255 


Jeppson. Rhodes 




210 


Killpack, Kenner 








105,255 


Jesperson, Ina 


70, 157 


258.259 


Kimball, Virginia 






74 


212,233 


Jesperson, LaVieve 


III 


220,258 


Kindred, F. Berne 


84 


156 


207,210 


Jesperson, Marzelle 


91 


221,251 


Kindred, Louise 








108,233 


Johansen, Grant 


83 


243.256 


King, Alma W. 








50 


Johnson, Joe 


67 


205, 209 


King, Bruce 








96, 266 


Johnson, Afton 


109, 167,222 


King, Marden 








97, 260 


Johnson, Allan 




III, 193 


King, Stella 








86,248 


Johnson, Bernice 




91,248 


Kirk.OdealC. 








49 



Kiric, Rebecca 
Kirk, Warren 
Kirkham, Ralph 
Kirkham, Rose 
Kjar, Lois 
Kjar, Maurine 
Kleinman, Lee 
Knight, Phillip 
Knight, Richard 
Knight, Vola 
Knudson, Ruth 
Krauss, Theresa 
Krueger, Beth 
Kump, La Var 
LaComb, Frank 
Lamb, John 
Lamb, Millie 
Lambert, Carlyl' 
Lambert, James E. 
Lambert, Marguerite 
Lambert, Theron 
Laris, Ellen 
Larsen, Arvid 
Larsen, Celia 
Larsen, Eugene 
Larsen, Harold 
Larsen, tdona 
Larsen, Rhea 
Larson. Doris 
Law, Elcee 
Law, Orpha 
Law, Rondo 
Lawrence, Charles 
Lay, Arma 
Laycock, Harold 
Layton. Iwa 
LeaviH, A. J. 
Leavitt, Leonard 
Leavitt, Vaughn 
Leavitt, Vivian 

LeBeau, Boneta 
Lee, Lorine 
Lee, Virginia 
Lee, Wilford 
Lefler, Thomas 
Lemon, Floral 
Lemon, Olive 

Leonard, Mary 

LeSueur, Gordon 

LeSueur, Oma 

Lewis, Dean 

Lewis, John 

Lewis, Sterling 

Lindsay, Ina 

Linn, Betty 

Littlefield, Isabelle 
222 

Livingston, Vaughn E 

Llewellyn, Margaret 

Lloyd, Vaughn 

Loa-der, Harry 

Lodge, Patricia 

Lorti, Virginia 

Losee, Ferron 80, 

Lott, Willard 

Lott, Wreal 

Lublin, Blanche 

Ludlow, Bert 

Ludlow, Max 

Lund, Catherine R. 

Lund, Lola 

Lund, W. Guy 

Lundquist, Junior 

Lynn, Gerald 

Lyons, Walter 

M 

Macfarlane, Glenna 

Madsen, Beth 

Madsen, Elma 

Madsen, Eva 

Madsen. Farrell 



104, 
82, 157, 

78, 157, 
83 

81,207 
87 



108, 
70 



105, 181 
109 
106 



48, 
104, 

100, 

107, 

86, 180, 

96 



115, 147, 



77 

95, 152, 



71,76, 



112 
96, 1 57 
152,264 
228.258 
90. 226 
233,256 
181, 186 
240, 262 
207, 239 
111,254 

233 
153,264 
107, 264 

185 



179, 



180 
92 
112 
193 
193 



186, 
149, 
250. 264 

72,235 
113 

97, 255 

91,230 

217,235 

147,252 

103 

230, 255 

100,229 

229, 254 

104 

236. 254 

108 

99. 230 
153.266 

107.262 
100.211 

107, 152 
111 

53.266 

, 169,262 

157 

106 

156 

114,262 

98 

103 

157,229 

251,264 

77,251 

93,241 

237 

108, 156 
75,230 
92,221 

169,209, 



58 

80 

106, 181 

114 

115,224 

78, 146,220 

205,209,211,238 

193 

49 

99 

68,206,265 

93 

52,218 

102 

97,211.251,258 

72, 153,213 

no 

181, 185 

76 
110, 157,225,256 
115 
91 
50 



Madsen, Neola 
Magelby, LeGrande 
Mangelson, Farrin 
Mangum, Jessie Kay 
Manning, Frank W. 
Manwaring, Iris 
Merchant, Moroni 
Markham, Ben 
Markham, Don 
Markham, Lynn 
Markham, Mae 
Marquardson, Max 
Marsden, Althea 

266 
Martensen, Clara 
Mason, Lamar 
Matkin, B.Wayne 
Maughan, Mildred 
Maxwell, Eldridge 
Maxwell, Lin V. 
May, Chester 99, I 

249 
Maybey, Phyllis 
Maynard, Earl 
Mensel, Laura 
Mensel, Marjorie 
Menzies, Charles W. 
Menzies, Liia 
Mercer, Alma 
Mercer. Luana 83, 

Merkley. Evelyn Prussi 
Merkley, Floyd 

Merkley. Harold E. 

Merrell. Wm.A. 

Merrill. Alton 

Merrill. Dave 

Merrill. Harrison J. 

Merrill. Laura 

Merrill, Ower. 

Merrill, Rex 

Merrill, Vera 

Merrill, W. Douglas 
213.237 

Michael, Geraldine 

MIchelsen, Woodrow 
242,243.252 

Mlftlin, Celia 

Miller, Ada 

Miller, Alice 

Miller, David 

Miller, Elbert 

Miller, Joe 

Miller, Merline 

Millet, Beulah 

Millet, Lorin E. 

Millet, Wayne 65, 

Milliner, Darrol 

Miner, Harriett 

Miner, Helen 

Miner, Louie Jean 

Miner, Marian 

Miner, Norma 

Mitchell, Esther 

Mitchell. May Louise 

Molyneux, Norma 

Moncur, Vcrn 

Monk, Ralph W. 

Mcnson, Jess 

Moore, W. Harvey 

Morgan, Helen 

Morgan, Helen E. 

Morley, Hortense 

Morrey, Utahna 

Morrill, Clara 

Morris, Helen 

Mortensen, Estella 

Mortensen. Floyd 

Morton. Ermel J. 
156,235 

Moulton, Fern 

Moulton. Maurine 





59 




53,259 




85 




82,223 




181 




105, 152 




96 




87 




52,217 




84 




III 




76, 242 


85, 


147, 227, 262, 




105,227 




110,235 




87 




54,212,248 




79 




107. 191,251 


46, 


147,206,248, 




233 




181 


64,215,220,221 




153, 158 




48 




94, 230 




103.248,262 


146 


220. 22l.2o0 


6 


157,226 




65, 177, 180 




57,214 




54 




91,244 


62 


147,205,245 




48 


82 


146,212,225 




103 




104 




70,228 


58, 


147, 180,209, 




109. 152,220 




78. 147,207, 




114 




111 




97, 157 




48,211 




88.217 




185 




112,222,265 




86. 146.224 




96 


182 


,205,209,239 




191 




157 




52 




90, 147 




110,259 




234,259 




70 




98, 146, 147 




95,231 




97,249 




83 




94 




73,264 




112 




60,231,263 




96 




111 




110 




60 




78,232,250 




250 




78, 149, 147, 




114, 152 




106, 152. 153 



297 



nn^iivimiiir.i!4tJfnni}!fnimiMT'l'.)ni\i i 



ind 



ex 



78, 



Murdocic, Carlie 
Murdock, Fern 
Murdocit, John 
Murdock, Maurine 
Murphey, Lee C. 
Murphy, Litia 
Murphy, Paul 
Murphy, Verna 
Murray, Lorra 
Mc 

McAffee, Evelyn 
McAllister, Dorothy 
McAllister, Rhoan 
MacArthur, Arthur 
McBeth, Paul 
McBride, Harold 
McClellan, Jasper 
McCoard, Donna 
McDonald, Winnifred 
McFarlane, Glenna 
McFarlane, Ruby 
McGreqor, Mary 
McGuire, James 
McGuire, John 
McGuIre, Ray 

205, 236, 267 
Mclntire, Floyd C. 
Mclntire, Wayne 

259,262 
McKell, Arthur 
McKinney, Howard 
McKinnon, Roy 

235, 264 
McKinnon, Thelma 
McKnlgSt, Nell 
McLead, Genevieve 
McPhie, Francis 
N 

Naegle, Pearl 
Nance, LuDema 
Noylor, Joseph Alan 
Naylor, Chri^telia Hansen 
Nebeker. LaVerde 
Nelson, Byron 
Nelson, Charlotte 
Nelson, Clayton 
Nelson, Dona 
Nelson, Elmo 
Nelson, Evan 
Nelson, Gene 
Nelson, Jay 

217.244,245 
Nelson, Kenneth 
Nelson, Leona 
Nelson, Maxine 
Nelson, Milton 82 

216,236 
Nelson, Roscoe ^^. 
Nelson, Veda 
Nelson, Willard 
Neves, Elda 
Newcomer, Vincent 
Newren, Loey 
Ncv'ren, Nelda 
Nlrh,'-s, DeVeril 
Nich^l?s, Eleanor 
Nlch.iles, Henry J. 
Nicholes, Paul S. 
Nickerson, Sarah 
Nielsen. C'ark 
Nielsen, Dallln S. 
Nielsen, Douglas 
Nielsen. Florence 
Nielsen, J. Lewis 
Nielsen, Leon E. 
Nielsen. Norma 
Nielson, Averll 
Nielsen, Don 
Nielson, Evelyn 
Nielson, Ferl ^ 
Nle|-on,Geraldine 



III 



60,212 



104, 157 

107 

92.259 

167,262 

70 

253 

7i 

157 

'?0 



157 

227 

72,212.227 

107.238 

186 

81,251,264 

102.265 

105 

92,232 

227, 266 

92, 256 

75, 157,220,264 

237 

49,214.237 

43, 85. 148. 149, 

74, 76, 239, 255 
191,211,238,255, 

112 

181, 186 

103, 152, 156, 191, 

70.213,226 

95 

110 

92 

76,253 

86 

95,217,235,264 

93,232 

105,229 

70 

113, 157,251 

77 

92 

81 

85, 167 

153 

88, 149, 167,205,206, 



97 

115,226 

106 

166, 167,205, 



148, 



92, 244. .64 

,^18 

100,441 

104,234,264 

95, 146,264 

105, 156, 181 

230 

10^,241 

76,227,266 

64,217,266 

98,156,251,262 

95 

242 

85, 152. 153.213 

94 

83,256 

76 

105 

106 

84, 191.237,257 

57 

103.250 

103 

no 



Nisson, Anton 
Norton, Leslie 
Nosack, Keith 
Nosack. Walter 
Nu+tall. Wilkins 
Nuttall. Winifred 

249. 267 
O 

Oakley. Bert 
Oaks, Charles E. 
Oborn, Rulon B. 
Okelberry, Ruth 
Oldroyd, Geneel 
Oldroyd, JayW. 
Olpin, Donna 
Olsen, Anna 
Olsen, Dean E. 
Olsen, Donald P. 
Olsen, Marion L. 
Olsen, Marvin 
Olsen, Morris 
Olsen, Sterling 
Olson, Georgia 
Olson, Jay 
Olcon, Robert 
Orchard, Thelda 
Ord, R. Wallace 
Orser, Stan 
Osmond, Waldo L. 
Oswald, Nolan 
Owens, Jack 
Owens, Darlene 
P 

Pace, Joe 
Packard, Jane 
Packard, Tess 
Page, Boyd 
Page, Fayne 
Page, Fred 
Pardee. Norma 

222,261 
Parker, Lucille 
Parker, Robert 
Parker, Thomas R. 
Parkes, Vera Deane 
Parrish, Helen Clark 
Parry, Roland C. 
Partridge, Lyman 



66,214,266 

79,211 

105 

104 

69, 148,214,236,260 

103, 149,248, 



238 

79, 177, 180,208 

92 

102 

108,230 

90, 264 

90,219 

93,230 

100, 156 

59, 153 

84,238,239 

82 

80 

112 

115,231,256,262 

1 14, 264 
67,239 

108 

103, 185 

100 

50 

109, 249, 260 
96, 152, 153,206 
72, 169,209,259 

106,217,237 

110. 157.226 
167.226 

88. 244 

78, 234 

92 

75, 167,204,216, 

108 
64, 235. 258. 265 

115. 185 
82. 196 

115,228 
50 
53, 156, 167,205, 



213,216,217,245.260 
Passey. Richard 107, 236 

Patrick, John C. 110,168 

Paulsen, Blanch 93 

Paxman, Beth 45, 157, 167, 204, 216 

224,225,261,263 
Paxman, Lota 



Paxman, Ruth 
Payne, Eugene 
Payne, Junius 
Peacock, Vivian 
Peay, Barbara 
Pehrson, George 
Percival, Guy 
Perkins, Clayton 
Perkins, Norma 
Perrett, Barbara 

248, 249 
Perry, Ashel 
Petersen, Margaret 
Petersen, Norma 
Petersen, Virgil V, 
Pe,^erson, Alene 
Peterson, Alton 
Peterson, Anna Lou 
Peterson, Aurella 
Peterson, Cornelius R 

239, 256 
Peterson, Elvin 
Peterson, Ervin 
Peterson, Ethelyn 
Peterson, Eugene 
Peterson, Howard 



153 

115,228 

167, 181 

95,245,251 

113, 167,226,255 

113 

180, 185,240 

90 

109, 186,253 

83,253 

77, 157,213,234, 

58 

75, 167 

103 

55, 147,211.265 

157 

60 

222 

105.262.264 

87, 156,211, 

156 

114,211,256 

157,224.256 

80,191,256 

66. I47.'2I7, 23* 



88 



Peterson. Lois 
Peterson. Marlon 
Peterson. Melba 
Peterson. Mervln 
Peterson, Orson 
Peterson, Parlell 
Peterson, Ray 
Peterson, Russell V. 
Peterson, Tom 
Peterson, W. S. 
Peteison, Wanda 
Pickett, Ross 
Pickup, Clair 
Pierce, Florence 

263 
Pitcher, Walter 
Pitt, Wallace 
Piatt, Marion 
Pond, Dorothy 
Pond, Leon Y. 
Pond, Roland S 
Pond, Weeter 
Porter, Carol 
Porter, Maurice 
Postma, Frank 
Poulson, Enid 
Poulson, Lillian 
Poulson, Lorna 
Poulson, Verle 

Powclson, Lael 

Pratt, Beth 

Pratt, Rey 

Friday, Leiand F, 
153,213 

Probst, Karl L. 

Pryar, Helen Jean 

Pulham, Ronald 

Pullen, Everett 

Purdy, William 

Pyne, Lucile 



Qulgley, Milton 
Quinton, Eldon 
R 

Radmall, Marvin 
Ramsbotham, Eli 
Rasmussen, Cleo 
Rasmussen. Max 
Rasmussen. Ruth 
Rasmussen. Audrey 
Ratcliffe, William 
Redd, Maude 
Redd, Merene 
Redd, Shirley 
Redd, Sterling 
Redd. Vincent 
Reece. T. H. 
Reed. Clefaine 
Reed, Normand 
Reeder, Bill 
Reese. Eldon 
Reeve. Olive S, 
Reeve, Thomas 
Remund, Carol 
Rex, Harold M. 
Reynolds, Elizabeth 
Reynolds. Levi E. 
Reynolds. Mildred 
Reynolds. Ralph 
Reynolds, Theron 
Rhoton. Royal 
Rich, Lewis 
Richie, Met+a 
Richards, Beth 
Richards. Elaine 
Richards, Louise 
Richards, Vernls 
Richardson. Eldon 
Richardson. Elva 
Richardson, Ivan 
Richardson, Vernon 



58, 



102, 
93, 



93 



94, 227, 262 

70 

108,264 

76 

152,255 

83 

106. 156 

156.264 

167,244 

114 

•r6. 251 

99. 248 

95.235 

96, 232, 259, 262, 

65,266 

106 

105, 146,267 

93, 167,225 

75, 2' 1 1 

156,248,249 

107 

105 

156,264 

152, 153 

111,226 

109 

79, 226 

81,229 

102 

105, 262 

265 

45,72, 146, 152, 

86, 156 

93, 157 

104, 156 

245 

156,264 

77 

102, 181, 186,238 
114 



104. 152 
76 



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65, 



87, 



no 

157 

113,255 

95 

93,232,262 

114,220 

70 

87,253,263 

84,234,253 

103,228,263 

91,253 

108,243,253 

104 

103,250 

113,250 

90, 169,209,233 

72, 156,235,264 

153,213,227,266 

115,254 

III, 152 

112 

66, 263 

57,236,260 

102 

106,263 

153 

113,251 

112 

234 

221,263,265 

99, 262 

152, 153,213,225 

97,228,263 

96, 156 

73,251 

79, 185,251 

180 



Rlchan, Ruth P. 
Rlchins, Mary 
Richmond, Elaine 
Ricks, Mary M. 
Ricks, Ruby 
Ridges, Isabelle 
Rlgby, Avard 
Rigby, M. Verdell 
Rlgby, WendelM. 
Riley, Clara 
Ririe, Martin C. 
Riska, Drews 
Riska, William 
Roberts, Beth 
Roberts, Murray 
Robertson, James 
Robinson, Ben 
Robinson, Don 
Robinson. Elma 
Robinson, Marie 
Robinson, Phyllis 
Robinson, Ruth (F) 
Robinson, Ruth (SJ 
Roblson, Alpha 
Robison, Elwin A. 
Roblson, Newal 
Rockwood, Marise 
Rockwood, Oleah 
Rogers, Beatrice 
Rogers, Virginia 
Rogers, Wayne 
Rolfsen, H. Dean 
Rollins, Thella 
Romer, Ruth 
Romney, Archie 
Romney. Irvin 
Romney, Isabelle 
Romney, Jennie 
Romney, Miles 
Romney. Orin 
Romney. Rexey 
Romley. Rulon 
Roper. Rawlin 
Rothe, Feme E. 
Reundy, Acli 
Rounow, Lee 
Rowe, Marlon 
Rewe, Owen B, 
Rowley, Edith 
Rowley, Herman 
Rowley, La Rue 
Royle, Homer F. 
Rupper, Jack 
Russell, Louise 
Russell, Max 
Russon, Alta 
Ruud, Phyllis 
'S 

Sabln, David 
Salisbury, Wllma 
Sanfond, Hunt 
Sardonl, Dearwyn 

234, 264 
Sargent, George 
Scherrer, Stewart 
Schlappl, Lloyd 
Schmiett, Bennie 

252 
Schneider, Ruth 
Schofleld, Dale 
Schotield, Jay 
Schow, Elden C. 
Schow, Ha 
Scorup, Edith 
Scorup, Ellen 
Seaman, Gordon 
Sears, Viola 
Seaton, Frances 
Seegmiller, Maq'orie 
Seely, Grant M^. 
Seely, Leola 



157 

157 

108 

167 

81 

99, 222 

95. 254 

92,254,258 

SO 

97 

84 

111,252 

264 

81, 149,253 

156 

lis 

254 

84 

66,215,228 

106, 147, 157 

56, 204, 228 

103 

55,226,228,259 

83,212 

105 

105 

103 

99, 230 

112,251,265 

86 

111, 156, 167,262 

79, 266 

108,231 

81, 153 

79, 242, 265 

113 

220, 265 

97,222,223 

167 

73,211 

87,225,266 

107, 156 

90. 254 

108 

108, 190,208,235 

108 

91,240.241 

75.241 

98. 255 

97, 193 

95,255,264 

98,210,211 

153 

115,232 

237 

105 

105,221 

83, 156 

75,218 

178, 180 

104, 153, 158, 

111. 156 

114, 181 

90, 254 

93, 152, 153,238. 



81, 186, 



II3,24« 

188,209,241 

82, 207 

55,210,259 

90, 234 

95,227 

74, 157,227 

70, 258 

103 

90, 224, 263 

85.226 

111 

76 



298 



Index 



62, 



94,210, 
94, 



Seethalor, Joseph 
Seiter, Erika 
Shanks, Ednal 
Sharp, Ariel 
Shaw, Frank 
Shawcroft, Amel 
Shawcroft, Dee 
Shellenberger, Dora 
Shelley, Fern 
Shelley, Sarah 
Shepard, Laura 
Shipp, J. Steele 
Shippee, Allen 
Showalter, Theda 
Shurtl, Beryl 
Simmons, ChrisJa 
Simmons, David 
Simmons, Dean 
Simmons, Gerald 
Simmons, Nedra 
Simmons, Talmage 
Simpkins, Nedra 
Sjoberg, Lillian 
Skinner, Lucille 

259, 263 
Skousen, Klein K. 
Slaugenhoup, Lucille 
Smart, Margaret 
Smith, Alden 
Smith, Harold 
Smith, Hyrum J 
Smith, Jean 
Smith, Josephine 
Smith, Katherine 
Smith, Louise 
Smith, M.FossC. 
Smith, Marjorie 
Smith, Marjorie Beth 
Smith, Phyllis 
Smith, Robert 
Smith, Ruth I. 
Smith, Sessions 
Smith, Thales 
Smith, Utella 
Smith, Winitred 
Smoot, Anita 
Sneddon. Robert 
Snell, Delia 
Snell, Esmond 
Snell, Mrs. H.C. 
Snell, Hedvig 
Snell, Hillman 
Snell, Jay 
Snell, Maude 
Snell, Morris 
Snow, Gordon W. 
Snow, Nelson A. 
Snow, Ruth 
Snyder, Theron 
Soffe, Darrel 
Soffe, Orpha 
Soffe, Wayne 
Sorensen, Allen B. 
Sorensen, Gladys 
Sorensen, Willis 
Sorensen, Wilson 
Sorenson, Evelyn 
Sorenson, Sam 
Sowards, Josephine 
Spalding, Alta 
Spalding, Ardith 
Speckart, Orlene 
Speckart, Ruth 
Spencer, Alice 

221 
Spencer, Emma Louise 

249, 264 
Spencer, Jack 
Spilsbury, LeGrande 
Spongberg, Beulah 
Squire, Spencer 



52, 



109 



114, 



94, 



115, 



95 



112 



44,63, 



236 

147,258,263 

79,230 

106, 156 

73, 153,213 

235,250,257 

70,232,250 

104 

99, 227 

91,263 

218 

81 

112 

III 

93 

82 

156 

70, 178, 180 

180 

102 

103 

95, 227 

81 

169,208,225, 

III, 147,258 

218 

107,224,262 

92 

211,251,258 

72,147,207 

146, 147,229 

70,228 

94,258,259 

91,230 

54 

53, 196 
92, 143,226 

100 
III 
99, 152 
156 
90 

147, 167,220 

234 

142,228,263 

236 

85, 167,227 

59 

157 

218 

156 

no 

54, 227 

69 

102,239 

77,214 

110, 157 

62,208 

152, 153,264 

96, 157,232 

109, 181, 185 

66, 167,216 

167,229,263 

152, 153,264 

109 

79. 157 

156, 167,264 

59, 222 

112 

61,215 

96, 153,226 

218 

167,204,216, 

104, 157,234, 

75, 169,266 

64, 236, 262 

109,249 

80. 256, 267 



Stagg, Margaret 

Stahmann, Mark 

Standifird, Blain* 

Stanfield, Orville 

Starr, Edna 

Steele, Stanford 

Stephens, Kirk 100. I 
258 

Stephens, Sylvan 

Sterling, Helen 

Sterling, Len 

Stewart, Merrill 

Steven, Wanda 

Stevens, Ruth 

Stevenson, Keith 

Stevenson, Merlin D. 

Stewart, Don 

Stewart, Gale 

Stewart, Mailne 

Stewart, Mildred 

Stewart, Robert 

Stewart, Val Dean 

Stice, Virgil E. 

Stoddard, George 
244 ,258, 265 

Stokes, Lee 

Stolworthy, Rhea 

Storrs, Bertha 

Storrs, Beth 

Stout, Beth 
Stowell, Edna M. 
Strange, Verdon 

Strate, Neva 
Straw, Marjorie 

Straw, Rex 
Strebel, George 
Strickler, Fredona 
Stringham, Catherine 
Stringham, Jack 
Stringham, Kenneth 
Strong, Jay 
Sudweeks, Lucy 
Summers, Jean 
Sumner, Elizabeth 
Sumsion, Merlene 
Sundwall, Arthur 
Sundwall, Katherine 

228, 256, 259 
Sutherland, Rex 
Swensen, Mildred 
Swenson, Albert 
Swenson, Calvin 
Swenson, F. McLean 
Swenson, Frank 
Swenson, Helen 
Swenson, Joseph 

239, 259 
Swenson, Martha 
Swenson, Shirl 
Swenson, Willa S. 
T 

Tanner, Margaret 
Tanner, Wilmer 
Tate, Leah 
Taylor, Ada 
Taylor, Carlos 
Taylor, Dean 
Taylor, Golden 80, 
Taylor, Herbert 
Taylor, Lamar 68, 

Taylor, Margaret 
Taylor, Mattie 
Taylor, Mennell 
Taylor, Nadine 

224,225,261 
Taylor, Ruth Viola 
Taylor, Vivienne 
Taylor, Wayne 
Tea, Le Grande 
Teerlink, Virginia 
Tenney, Helen 



106, 



100, 



146 
73 
186,250 
167 
74 
191 
89,209,217,245, 

64,243 
73 
81,207 
113,256 
157,227 
71,204,222 
III, 152 

lis 

108,256 

157,224 

98, 167 

102 

111,256 

111,256 

98; 245, 262 

100, 189,208, 

98,255 

95 

234 

153 

III, 152,229,253 

69, 153,221 

152 

153 

110,224 

240 

110 

84, 157, 167 

103 

181 

90, 147, 152, 153 

70 

218 

100,228 

91 

73 

94, 256, 264 

58,149, 169,208, 

84, 153,213 
63,212,233 

43,89, 153,238 

90, 152, 168 

65, 240 

112, 186,240 

94, 228 

70, 189,205,209, 

58,212 
43,99, 167 

85. 204, 228 



258 

93,211,256 

98, 147, 267 

146,220,265 

102, 147 

114 

190,209,258 

186,209,243 

188,208,243 

49 

157,231,258 

186,243 

157, 167,204, 



90, 142, 



Tew, Merlene 
Tew, Naoma 
Thatcher, Leonard 
Thaxton Olive 
Tholan, Margaret 

232 
Thomas, Dan 
Thomas, Grace 
Thomas, Jack 
Thomas, Margaret 
Thomas, Margarer 
Thomas, Rex 
Thompson, SinClaIr 
Thorderson, Hilga 
Thorne, Charles 
Thorn, Ruth 
Thornton, Max 
Thorson, Theodore 
Threet, Ardelle 
Threet, Roann 
Thurston, Harold 
Tippets, Don H. 
Todd. Alice 
Todd, Florence 
Todd, Josie 
Toland, Elaine 
Tolboe, Donna 
Tolhurst, Gilbert 
Tucker, Afton 
Tucker, Lloyd 
Tucker, Rebecca 
Tuft, Harold 
Turpin, Marlow 
U 

Ungrlcht, La Vern 
V 

Van Alfen, Nicholas 
Van Cott, Le Roy 
Vance, Lloyd 
Vance, Merle 
Vance, Morris 
Van Dam, Llllieth 

157,263 
Van Leuven, Orlan 
Van Wagenen, Fay 
Verney, John 92, 177 

Vernon, Lucile 102 

Vest, H. Grant 



70,212 

II 1 , 264 

235 

103,252 

146. 167 



61 



181, 



102, 



191, 193 

99, 152 

190 

79, 259 

114 

98, 238 

106 

82, 255 

75, 262 

233 

186 

86, 257 

167,231 

109,231,265 

167 

100, 257 

113,225,252 

99, 158,225,252 

107 

109 

113 

85, 167,245,261 

115, 157 

156 

85 

91, 156,239 

98 

66, 206, 242, 255 

69 

63 

72,235 

49 260 

73,217 

113, 146, 147, 



112 
52,231,263 
180, 186, 188 
152, 157,264 
50 



Webb, John H. 
Webb, Lynn R. 
Webb, Ross 
Wedge, Virgil 
Weight, Karl R. 
Weight, Newell 
Weight, Wilford A 
Welch, Eloise 
Wells, Anna 



Vest, Niles 67, 177, 180, 193,209,241 



82 
109 
115,235,248 
177 
90, 228 
114 



Vickers, Reva 
W 

Wade, Helen 
Wadley, Lucy 
Wagers, Marjorie 
Wagstaff, Amy 
Wagstaff, Don 
Waite, Le Roy 
Wakefield, Homer 
Waldo, Vern 99, 
Waldram, LuDeen 
Waldram, Ruth 
Walker, Ellen 
Walker, Fay H. 
Walker, Harris 
Wall, Ruth 
Walsh, Reed 
Walton, Harold 
Ward, Dorothy 
Wardle, Ferrel 
Warner, Clifford 
Warner, Ellen 
Warner, Max 
Warner, Meldon 
Warnick, Don C. 
Washburn, DeMonts 
Washburn, V. Fred 
Washburn, Jesse 
Waters, J. Vaur 
Watson, Arden 
Watson, Leonard 
Watts. Verdun 



53, 



91,234 

102 

106 

97, 169, 232, 263 

106 

106, 181 

92 

153,213 

178, 180, 192,239 

90, 157 

212,263 

93 

99, 266 

186,266 

115,262 

III 

107 

102 

91 

53, 186 

112,224 

70, 175, 176, 180 

181, 186 

lis 

94, 152 

76, 146 

50 

59 

104 

98, 266 

152, 156 



57 
55 

75, 207, 240 

74, 205, 207, 242 

54,217 

108, 152, 153,264 

95, 152, 153 

111,252,262 

114,262 



Wenti,Lorna 79,167,168,216,223, 

260,261,263 
West, Lois 153 

Westman, Arden C. 108, 149, 210, 264 
Westover, Russell 114,251 

Wheeler, Helen 86,229 

Wheeler, Melvern 178 

Wheeler, Ray D. 99, 258 

Whetstone, Artimicia 107,157 

Whetstone, Lawrence 
Whitaker, George W. 
White, Clara 



III, 
106, 
104, 



88, 



77, 



61, 



White, Dean 
White, Fay 
White, Josephine 
White, Max 
White, Nina 
White, Sara 
White, Zola 
Whiteley, Alicebeth 
Whiting, Ray 
Whiting, Verl 
Whitlock, Aldous 
Whitlock, Mildred 
Whitman, Jay 
Whitman, Lawrence 

244 
Wickman. Bessie 
Wignall, Dorothy 
Wignall, Earl 
Wignall, Lloyd 
Wilcox, Edith 
Wilcox, Vernon D. 
Wilde, Dorell 
Wilde, Keith 
Wilde, WoodrowA. 
Wilkerson, Clifford 
Wlllard, Roswell B. 61,153, 

251 
Willey, Evelyn Bourne 
Willey, Ivan 
Willey, Roy Deverl 
Williams, Dorothy 
Williams, J.Walter 
Williams, Lacy 
Williams, Morris 
Williams. Ruth 
Wilson, Boyd 
Wilson, Carma 

Wilson, Geneva 

Wilson, Harvey 

Wilson, Jesse Earl 

Wilson, Mabel 

Wilson, Max 

Wilson, Melba 

Wilson, Reed 

Wilson, Shirl 

Wilson, Woodrow 

Wing, Niles 

Wing, Sherman 

Winterton, LaPreal 

Winterton, Olive E. 
260, 266 

Winterton, Zelma 

Winward, Morris 

Wiscombe, Reed 

Wood, Leora 

Wood, Merrill E. 

Woodhouse, Florence 

Woodruff, Alice Ruth 

Woodruff, Asahel D. 

Woodruff, Manford 



156 

156 

152 

88, 167 

92, 146 

67, 153,215,234 

III, 152, 153,264 

113 

157,212,234 

90, 229 

152, 157,248 
260 

84,244 

109 

74 

70,175, 182 

153, 158,213, 



112, 



112. 



no 

157 

82, 207 

87 

112 

167 

153 

152 

108 

103, 181 

167,216, 



102,223 

60, 149,216,244 

50 

113,250 

83,255 

98 

103,235,257 

ICM, 255 

102 

91,262,263 

103, 158 

90, 206 

70, 186, 188 

79, 223 

102 

107 

210 

242 

100,239 

111,244 

64, 245, 262 

110,220,262,266 

54,212,220. 



266 

113,210,264 

96 

105 

61, 167, 168,216 

77, 158,234 

112 

56 

109 



299 



tanminminri'\yiiirr}virr))rrtmiiTTf!i^TtTrit-.'trrjr- 



Woods, Charlene 


109,223 


Woolley, HenryA. 




98 


Woods, Margaret 


102 


Wootton, Edna 




112, 157 


Woodward, Jack 


179, 180,240 


Wootton. Marlow 


93, 


167, 168, 


Wooley, Allen C. 


112 


208,210,211,249 






Wooley, Cloyd 


106 


Worsley, Helen 




222 


Woolf Anone 


266 


Wrathall, Irene 




103, 157 


Woolf Anthony 


84, 148, 149, 186, 


Wright, Albert H. 




83 


236, 266 




Wright, Donald 




70 


Woolf, Mn. G. 


266 


Wright, Frank 




185,242 


Woolf, Mac 


266 


Wright, Glade 




70 


Woolf, Wilbur 


266 


Wright, Lynne A. 


56, 207, 245 



Wright, Rosella 




97, 227 


Young, Evelyn 93 


Yancey, Lowell 




98, 248 


Young, Helen 72, 147, 167,216,228 


Yarbrough, Maurine 


67 


, 157,230 


Young, Kerol 104,227 


Yardley, June 




107 


Young, Loyd 55, 242, 253, 259, 263 


Youd, Stella 




82 


Young, Martin R., Jr. Ill 


Youkstetter, Pearl 




107,228 


Young, Persis 108,264 


Young, Alaire 




114 


Young, Sylvia 99, 227 


Young, Amy 




92,221 


Young, Theodore K. 88,210 


Young, Chester 




104 


Young. Welby W. 114,168,211,262 


Young, Clifford E., Jr. 


97, 


169,208, 


Zeyer, Erwin 94,210,248,264 


259, 264 






Zumbrunnen, Naom! 75, 153, 157, 229 



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