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PUBLISHED BY THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS OF 
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To the spirit and courage of Y men throughout the world we humbly dedicate 
the 1945 Banyan. We anxiously await your return; until then, always remember 
to . . . Look hlomeward. 



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• Introduction | 

Dedication _ 4 

Tribute — 6 

Cannpus Cruising 1 2 

Faculty Administration 1 7 

Student Adnninistration _ 47 

Senior Class _ _ 55 

Junior Class 63 

Sophomore Class _ _ 73 

Freshman Class 85 

Activities _ 103 

Athletics _ 133 

Organizations _ ^ 1 43 

President McDonald 1 93 

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"Men live in deeds, not years," the poet says. 
President Franklin Stewart Harris has already lived a 
rich life in significant deeds and accomplishments. 
The growth of the Brigham Young University during 
the little more than two decades he has directed it is 
a monument to his foresight, initiative, devotion, and, 
energy. Among the many activities to come into 
being during his administration are the Alpine school 
and the Lyceum course. 

Center, he is shown at Alpine in 1922 with Dr. 
C. Y. Cannon, Prof. Fred Buss, Dr. John A. Widtsoe, 
President Harris, and Dr. M. P. Henderson. 

Below with Dr. Eldon B. Sessions, and Dr. and Mrs. 
H. A. Overstreet. 



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After receiving his B.S. degree from Brigham 
Young University in 1907 he pursued his chosen 
•field of science at Cornell University where he 
was awarded his Ph.D. in 1911. While at Cornell 
he was assistant on the faculty. After receiving 
his degree, he served in various capacities on the 
U.S.A.C. faculty until he was appointed presi- 
dent of the Y in 1921. 

During his years here, one of his foremost 
characteristics has been his friendly concern for 
the students with whom he came in contact. 

Center, he is awarding an award for athletic 
excellence to a inter-school contest winner. 

Below, always eager to meet new students 
and give them the benefit of his wisdom and 
experience. President Harris cordially welcomes 
two coeds. 



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President Harris's vision +or the Y included all aspects that would make it a great 
university. And the vision once seen was never lost, L)ut was followed with indefatigable 
planning and industry. He provided for broader scholarship for both faculty and stu- 
dents. He brought in new faculty members with higher degrees and encouraged advanced 
learning by providing for sabbatical leaves and attendance at educational conventions 
and conferences. For the students, he strengthened the various departments, enriched 
the curriculum, built up the library, and so lifted the standard of work that the school was 
admitted to accredited organizations of colleges and universities. With the continued 
growth of the university in mind, he has purchased land for future expansion and has 
planned and set into motion means of providing other buildings to the campus compar- 
able to those which have been constructed during his administration. 

His family life has been inspirational to all who know him, his charming wife, two 
brilliant sons, and four accomplished daughters. Orderliness, hospitality, friendliness, 
and co-operation are outstanding characteristics of the Harris home. 



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The accomplishments of President Harris have 
in no wise been limited to his service to the 
Brigham Young University. He is a distinguished 
writer, lecturer, and organizer. In these capacities 
he has reached thousands who were out beyond 
his teaching sphere. He has six books and more 
than three hundred fifty bulletins, circulars, and 
articles to his credit. Through these and his 
numerous radio talks and lectures throughout the 
state and nation, he has disseminated much 
knowledge and given great inspiration. His 
ability as an organizer perhaps more than any- 
thing else has given him opportunities for his 
widest influence. He was chosen in 1928 as 
chairman of the Icor expedition to investigate 
the possibility of colonizing 10,000,000 acres of 
land in Asiatic Russia for Jewish settlement, and 
he spent the year 1939-40 organizing the depart- 
ment of agriculture for the Persian government. 

Right, Mrs. Harris is pictured at the tomb 
of the poet Hafiz, in Persia. 

Lower right, President Harris and his assist- 
ants are inspecting a rice cleaning mill. 

Below, the president is shown in his official 
dress while acting as advisor on Persian agricul- 
tural problems. 





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FACULTY APPRECIATION OF PRESIDENT HARRIS 

On July I, 1921 Franklin Stewart Harris becanne the President of Brigham 
Young University. After a near quarter of a century of successful achievement 
he now retires with the consciousness of a task well completed. 

hie found the University snnall and almost unknown. He leaves it as one 
of the Influential institutions in the nation. Its material growth Is measured 
in increased lands, buildings, libraries, and laboratories. But he will be 
remembered most because of his personality which Is indelibly impressed 
upon all who knew him. A fine executive, a masterful administrator, a keen 
judge of men. a wise counselor, a man possessed of rare powers of discern- 
ment, one prompt to make decisions, one logical and accurate In his judg- 
ments — these are the characteristics of the retiring president. 

But he has been more than a capable university president. He was 
interested In the welfare of all. His office door was always open. One could 
always approach him for advice and counsel. His jovial disposition bespoke 
good fellowship, his democratic attitude extended a welcome, his generosity 
was ever evident, his loyalty was unquestioned, his sympathy was ever felt. 
He was the sincere frieno of all. His memory is carved deep in the history 
of the institution and in the hearts of all the men and women who came under 
his Influence. 

CHRISTEN JENSEN 
Dean of Faculty 



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Many and rich are the years of President Heber J. Grant, Inspired leader of 
the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. A lover of the arts, generous in 
gifts for learning, warmly hunnan in understanding young people, his place is cer- 
tain In the hearts of all whose privilege It Is to call him a friend. 



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g ate world Author, sc olar, and traveler, he typifies the underlying spirit of the University . that 

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he Utah State Agr,cultura College, he will leave behind him a part of himself The efforts of twent^ 

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J. Reuben Clark, Jr. and David O. McKay of the First Presidency 
of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints hold high the 
standards of Zion's youth. Trained for leadership in the affairs of 
Church and State, yet ever first in the enduring qualities of humility, 
service and love, these two Presidents prompt feelings for the last- 
ing values of beauty in life. 



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The Board of Trustees capably governs and directs the destiny of our institution. 
From the Board come suggestions for improvement and continued progress. This year 
the members of the Board have been placed more than ever in the college limelight 
because of their task of selecting a new president. 

Left to right: Joseph Fielding Smith, Stephen L.Richards, John A. Widtsoe, Adam 
S. Bennion, Joseph F. Merrill, Charles A. Callis, Franklin L. West, Albert E. Bowen, 
Kiefer B. Sauls, Secretary and Treasurer. 



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A very real interest in individual students and all student organization has 
helped Dean Nettie Neff Smart to win many friends and the cooperation needed 
so much by one in her position. She enjoys the association with coeds and they, 
in turn, benefit from her kindness and years of experience 

His sympathetic discernment of student problems makes Dean Wesley P. 
Lloyd a popular counselor. His inspiring philosophy and sly sense of humor com- 
bine to make him a campus favorite. Dean Lloyd is a man just to know for himself 
... his personal charm, wisdom, and personality. 



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Every day In our university there are problems to solve, decisions to make, 
policies to determine, which require intelligent and broad-minded leadership. 
We pride ourselves on our leaders, the deans of our colleges, who are lead- 
ing us to the great and glorious heights of learning. Christen Jensen, Dean, 
Graduate School; Carl F. Eyring, Dean, College of Arts and Sciences; George 
H. Hansen, Acting Dean, College of Arts and Sciences; Herald R. Clark, 
Dean, College of Commerce; Amos N. Merrill, Dean, College of Education; 
Gerrit de Jong, Jr., Dean, College of Fine Arts; Thomas L. Martin, Dean, 
College of Applied Sciences; Asael C. Lambert, Dean, Summer Session. 



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John C. Swenson 

Professor Emeritus of Sociology 

Charles E. Maw 

Professor of Chemistry 

Benjamin F. Cunnmings 

Professor of Modern and Classical 
Languages 



Florence Jepperson Madsen 

Professor of Music 

Williann J. Snow 

Professor Emeritus of History 

T. Earl Pardoe 

Professor of Speech 



M. Wilford Poulson 

Professor of Psychology 

Vasco M. Tanner 

Professor of Zoology and Entomology 

Parley A. Christensen 

Professor of English 



Harrison Val Hoyt 

Professor of Accounting and 
Business Administration 

Elmer Miller 

Professor of Economics 

Milton Marshall 

Professor of Physics 



Bent F. Larsen 

Professor of Art 

LeRoy J. Robertson 

Professor of Music 

Franklin Madsen 

Professor of Music 



Effie Warnick 

Professor of Home Economics 

J. Marinus Jensen 

Professor Emeritus of English 

Lloyd L. Cullimore 

Medical Director 









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Hermese Peterson 

Professor of Elementary Education 
Principal of Elementary Training School 

William H. Boyle 

Professor of Education 

Charles J. Har+ 

Professor of Physical Education 
and Athletics 



Wayne B. Hales 

Professor of Physics and Mathematics 

Ber+rand F. Harrison 

Professor of Botany 

Sidney B. Sperry 

Professor of Religious Education 



James Wyley Sessions 

Professor of Religious Education 
Director of Religious Activities 

William H. Snell 

Professor of Mechanic Arts 

Director of Engineering and Maintenance 

Service 

Joseph K. Nicholes 

Professor of Chemistry 

Reuben D. Law 

Professor of Elementary Education 

Golden L. Woolf 

Professor of Secondary Education 
Principal, University High School 

Leona Holbrook 

Professor of Physical Education for 
Women 



Ed. M. Rowe 

Professor of English 

Karl E. Young 

Professor of English 

Alonzo J. Moreley 

Professor of Speech 



Russel Swensen 

Professor of Religious Education 

Edgar M. Jenson 

Professor of Education: Director, 
Teacher Placement 

Joseph Sudweeks 

Associate Professor of Educational 
Administration 




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Loren C. Bryner 

Associate Professor of ChemlstfY 

Elsie C. Carroll 

Associate Professor of English 

Hugh W. Peterson 

Associate Professor of Chemistry 



Irene S. Barlow 

Associate Professor of Home Economics 

W. Elmo Coffnnan 

Associate Professor of Geography 

C. Lynn Hayward 

Associate Professor of Zoology 



John R. Halliday 

Associate Professor of Music 

H. Wayne Driggs 

Associate Professor of English 

Williann F. Hanson 

Assistant Professor of Music 



Bertha Roberts 

Assistant Professor of French 

Edna Snow 

Assistant Professor of Botany 

Georgia Maeser 

Assistant Professor of Elementary 
Education 



Fred W. Dixon 

Assistant Professor of Physical Education 
and Athletics 

May Billings 

Assistant Professor of hlome Economics 

Irene Osmond 

Assistant Professor of Modern Languages 



^ John E. Hayes 

Registrar 

Anna Ollorton 

Librarian 







May C. Hammond 



Assistant Professor Elementary Education 




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Evan M. Croft 

Assistant Professor Secretarial Practice 

Floyd Millet 

Assistant Professor of Physical Education 
and Assistant Athletic Coach 

C. Lavoir Jensen 

Instructor in Mathematics 



Newbern I. Butt 

Library and Research Associate 

Naoma Rich 

Associate in Librarian 

John H. Wing 

Assistant Professor of Chemistry 



Ralph A. Britsch 

Assistant Professor of English 

A. John Clarke 

Assistant Professor of Physics 
University High School 

Harold W. Lee 

Assistant Professor of Modern Languages 



Orea B. Tanner 

Assistant Professor of English 

J. W. McAllister 

Instructor in Elementary Education. 

Gustave Buggert 

Instructor in Music 



Flora D. Fisher 

Instructor in Elementary Education 

Wilford D. Lee 

Instructor in English 

L. Elliott Tuttle 

Instructor in Elementary Education 



Veria L. Birrell 

Instructor in Art 

Morris M. Clinger 

instructor in Speech 

Lillian C. Booth 

Instructor in Elementary Education 




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David M. Crowton 

Instructor In Physical Education and Athletics 

Anna Boss Hart 

Instructor in English, University High School 

Joseph J. Keeler 

University Organist 



James R. Clark 

Assistant In Library 

Lee B. Valentine 

Instructor in Spanish 

Lorna Call 

Instructor in Elementary Education 



Louis W. Booth 

Instructor in Music 

Julia Allennan Caine 

Instructor in Social Science, 
University High School 

J. Reuben Clark, III 

Instructor in Modern Languages 



Dortha Raid 

Instructor In Home Economics 

Ralph Ungerman 

Instructor in Speech 

J. Roman Andrus 

Instructor in Art 



Dean A. Peterson 

Instructor in Secretarial Practice 
Secretary to the President 

Eunice Brough 

University Nurse 

Lucille Spencer 

Assistant in Registrar's Office 



O. Norman Geertsen 

Assistant in Physics and Sound Technician 

Afton Hawker 

Clerk of Extension Division 

Hattie M. Knight 

Assistant In Library 









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Beth Richardson 

Assistant in Library 

Charles Haggerty 

Assistant in Library 

Elizabeth Hill 

Assistant Dean of Wome 



LaPreal W. Larsen 

Instructor in Office Practice 

Mary B. Kirkham 

Instructor in Home Economics 

LeRoy Sparks 

Instructor, University High School 



Karl Miller 

Supervisor in Engineering and 
Maintenance Service 

Morris Snell 

Supervisor in Engineering and 
Maintenance Service 

Franklin R. Haymore 

Manager, University Press 
Secretary, Alumni Association 



M. D. Wallace 

Instructor in Horticulture 

Katherine Pardee 

Instructor in Speech 

Katherine B. Hall 

Instructor in Physical Education 



Ermel Morton 

Instructor in Journalism 

Margaret O. Harris 

Instructor in Home Economics 

George L. Miller 

Instructor in Elementary Education 



Lars Crandall 

Assistant in Treasurer's Office 

Katherine Morrell 

Instructor in Violin 

Elda Jackson 

Instructor in Elementary Educatio 




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Students with aches and pains 
visit the student repair center in 
the Education Building and Nurse 
Brough and her assistants, Phyllis 
Jones and Darlene Howard, fix 
thenn up as good as new. In the 
pictures at the left, the staff ca- 
pably demonstrates its talent. 
Chief frequenter of the nnedical 
office has been Andrew Kimball 
ho is suffering from an acute 
"heart condition." 

The Student Supply, essential 
in distributing student needs, is 
more popularly known for its 
candy counter. Only the most 
adventurous and robust survive 
the high school mobs which swarm 
the book store whenever a candy 
shipment arrives. The staff, as 
pictured below, are Phyllis Hunter, 
Wilma Hunter, Manager Lee 
Olsen, Priscilla Ludlow, Naomi 
Clark, Veloy Singleton, and Har- 
old Robbins. 



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The most popular place on the 
hill around noon and five p.m. is 
the Smith Commons, from whence 
delicious odors have escaped to 
taunt the hungry throughout the 
day. Managed in collaboration 
with the Home Economics depart- 
ment, the Cafeteria offers prac- 
tical experience to food majors 
starving students. 

The often mentioned Extension Division is a mystery 
to most students on the campus. The department is 
located on the third floor of the Brimhall building and 
consists of a complete film library, correspondence 
courses and handles all publicity for the state papers. 
One of the busiest departments on the campus, the 
Extension Division claims credit for attracting many 
students to the Y. 



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FLUTES: Donna Ellertson, Orpha Stokes, Eva Stokes. 
CLARINETS: .Lucille Sandberg, Jenna Vee Beck, Elaine Gais- 
ford, Lou Anne Brown, Ines Richardson, Miriam Young, Fay 
Briggs, Twila Bond, Ruby Schwartz, Doris Preece, Deaun Adams. 
ALTO CLARINET: Dorothy Stout. BASS CLARINET: Janet 
Tsuchiya. OBOE: Louis W. Booth, Rhea Haslam, Geraldine 
Hansen. BASSOON: Agnes Jensen. SAXOPHONES: Elaine 
Peacock, Joy Thompson, Reed Christensen, Frank Erickson, 
Grant Shields. PERCUSSION: Guy Van Alstyne, Norlyene 
Ohran, Clair Dyreng, Lasca Woolsey. CORNETS: Lavina 
Borgeson, Helen Clegg, Maxine Howes, Vernon Dieu, Eldora 
Barrett. HORNS: Nial Olsen, Carma Meredith, Evelyn Riggs. 
BARITONE: Marian Muir. TROMBONES: Roma Jean Turner, 
Roy Olson, Howard Worthen, Marian Child, Dale McCallister, 
Aarpn Card, Leo Dean. BASSES: Marie Borgeson, Henry 
Mayben, Lawrence Barrett. STRING BASS: Ariel Ballif. 

Right: Dr. John R. Halliday. 



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ORCHESTRA PERSONNEL 

VIOLINS: Katherine Morrell, Concert Master, Nile 
Stubbs, Katherine Hess, Jean Slack, Frances Jeanne Hunter, 
Earl Gordon, Arden Lane, Marian Gardner, Dorothy Jepson, 
Anna Jean Bullock, Lorraine Drissell, Betty Logsdon, Veleea 
Crowther, Shirley Beck, Janet Tsuchiya, Reed Mack, Joyce 
Wilson, Elaine Brimiey, Elaine Rogers, AInna Snow, Edna 
Smith, Carol Rawie, Dorothy Christensen, Melba Penman, 
Dahl Merrell, Carma Jean Cullimore. VIOLAS: Phyllis Barnes, 
Herman Green, Rebecca Ballard, Rhea Jean Madsen, Grace 
McEwen, Gloria Stone. CELLOS: Gustav Buggert, Coach 
of Cellos and Basses; Phyllis Draper, Marian Robertson, 
Jacqueline Sutton, Marjorie Petty, Vivian Hoyt, Evelyn 
Hilgendorff, Naomi Nelson. BASSES: Ariel Ballif, Jr., Guy 
Van Alstyne, Ruth Louise Partridge, Clyde Jepperson, John 
Bench. FLUTES: Eva Stokes, Orpha Stokes, Lavon Squires. 
FLUTE and PICCOLO: Donna Ellertson. OBOES: Louis W. 
Booth, coach of woodwinds; Geraldine Hanson. ENGLISH 
HORN: Louis W. Booth. CLARINETS: Lucille Sandberg, 
Jeanne Fackreil. BASSOONS: Bobby Done, Agnes Jensen. 
HORNS: Clair Johnson, Evelyn Ricks, Nile Olsen, Bill Green, 
TROMBONES: Roma Jean Turner, Dale McCallister, Howard 
Worthen, Jack Brown. TRUMPETS: Lavina Borgeson, Helen 
Clegg, Vernon Dieu. TUBA: Marie Borgeson. TIMPANI: 
Guy Van Alstyne. PERCUSSION: Norlyene Ohran, Dr. 
Gerrit de Jong. 

Right: Director LeRoy Robertson. 




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PERSON 
Edna G. Allred, Betty Marie Anderson, Thlele 
Anderson, Pauline Ashpole, Elsbeth Bangerter, Janet Fan- 
nie Barclay, Gwen Bateman, Janet Baxter, Eleanore May 
Barrett, Virginia Bird, Merla Bond, Audrey June Brinley, 
Clara Broderick, Sariah Bushnnan, Carol Bunnell, Helen 
Bunnell, Lacy BurgI, Anna Jean Bullock, Katie Barlocker, 
LaRee Calderwood, lone Christensen, Anne Christensen, 
lone Christensen, Veria Christensen, Nola Christiansen, 
Bettie LaRae Clark, Clella Clark, Lona Mae Clegg, Rita 
Clement, LaRue Cottle, Shirley Cowley, Odessa Culli- 
more. 



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Mardean Davis, Ruth Dayle Davis, Yvonne Drake, 
Dolores Drollinger, Gertrude Duckworth, Mavis Arlene 
Dummer, Lila Eames, Maythel Elison, Thelma Fisher, Lor- 
raine Freestone, Lois Gardner, Jeanne Goodrich, Evelin 
Virginia Gross, Doris Marie Gwilliam, Jessica Goates, 
Dorothy Gilchrist, Fontella Harper, Doria Dot Hibbard, 
Faun Hill, Jean Holbrook, Maurine Howell, Nydria Ellen 
Hunsaker, Margie Hurst, Ainta Hyatt, Marilynn Jacobs, 
Pauline Pearl Johnson, Jennie Bea Jones, Mildred Phyllis 
Jones, Neola Jones, Iva Kissell, Barbara Kohler, Eloise 
Kohler, Ruth Marie Krebs, Betty Jo Levie, Marjorie 
Lindstrom, Evieen Loveland, Georgiana MacDonald, Anna 



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Laura May, A. Ka+heryn Mayer, Norma Metcalf, Anna 
Moore, Jeweldine Moore. 

Aret+a Newren, Florence Nielsen, Vivyenne Noble, 
Blanche Ockey, Georgean Olcott, Helen Olpin, Carolyn 
Olsen, Lona Faun Olson, Mary Lou Os+ler, LaDeane Pack, 
Donna B. Page, Genevieve Parkinson, Anna Peterson, Gae 
Peterson, lla Jean Potts, Elaine Poulson, Margaret Priday, 
Alene Peterson, Lola Peterson, Ruth Partridge, Virginia 
Patton, Adele Ransbottom, Carol Rawie, Evelyn Riggs, 
Thalia Riggs, Bettye Robinson, Lillian Rogers, Shirley 
Ronnney, Betty Roper, Edna Estella Ryskamp, Carol RawIe, 
Jean Reese, Elizabeth Ramsbotham. 



Shirley L. Sanford, Marjorie Scherer, Edith Simmons, 
Dorothy Skousen, Eva Jane Smith, Jeanne Adeline Smith, 
Rayola Mae Smith, Velora Ruth Sorenson, Clair Elaine 
Sperry, Emma Rene Staheli, Arva Kathryn Stander, Orvilla 
Virgie Stanger, Sara Stayner, Dorothy Mae Stout, Lor- 
raine Sudweeks, Felice Swain, Iris Taylor, Marilyn Tanner, 
Zola Tanner, Gloria Mae Taylor, Iris Taylor, Eva Joy 
Thompson, Laie Thurber, M. Fern Trunkey, Ruth S. Tucker. 
Gwen Wahlen, Betty Whipple, Jean Williams, Joyce 
Wilson, Mary Wintch, Carmela Leonardo Wolf, Lois 
Woolf, Francis Workman, Miriam Young, Lorraine S. 
Yamate, Jean Young, Peggy Zimmerman. 



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Among the many celebrities to per- 
form for lyceum goers this year were: 
The Busch Little Symphony; Mary Hutch- 
inson, dramatist; National Operatic Quar- 
tet; Licia Albanese, lyric soprano pictured 
as Nedda in Pagliacci; Efrem Zinbalist, 
violinist; and Ezio Pinza, basso co-star of 
Mss Albanese In Pagliacci. 



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November 16, 17, and 18. 

The first dramatic production of the 1944-45 
school season was "The Corn is Green" by Emiyn 
Williams. Produced and Directed by T. Earl 
Pardee the play portrayed with reality the lives 
of the coal miners in a remote Welsh village. 

Above, the new housekeeper, Marcia Greenhaw. 
and her shameless daughter, Jean Reese, arrive 
at the new home of their employer. Miss Moffatt, 
Kathryn Pardoe, while Miss Ronberry looks on in 
bewilderment. Below. Miss Moffatt has a friendly 
chat with Morgan Evans, the neighborhood's most 
intellectual possibility. 

CAST OF CHARACTERS 

John G. Jones Clarence Fingerle 

Miss Ronberry Irene Fuller 

Idwal Morris Dee Curtis 

Sarah Pugh Betty Zteve 

The Squire Elmo Coffman 

Mrs. Watty Marcia Greenhaw 

Bessie Watty Jean Reece 

Miss Moffatt Kathryn B. Pardoe 

Robbart Robbatch (minor). . . Roger Honeman 
Morgan Evans (minor) . . . David Pettigrew 

Glyn Thomas (minor) Evan Wimber 

John Owen (minor) Dewey Bluth 

Old Tom Ray Jones 

A young girl Lona Olsen 

A young boy Indon Coffman 

A young girl Marilyn Stevenson 

A mother Madeline Despain 

A child Arlene Despain 

Another young girl Barbara Olpin 



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DECEMBER 14, 15 & 16 

"Everywoman." a modern morality play, was presented as this year's 
Christmas dramatic production. Produced by Dr. and Mrs. T. Earl Pardoe. 
ttie play vividly shows up the weaknesses of wealth and beauty compared 
to the strength of love and virtue. 

Right: Everywoman, Ada Moulton. finally discovers King Love. Dewey 
Bluth. 

Center: Beauty, Valena Jones; Youth, Joy Swalberg. and Everywoman 
chide Doressa Paxnnan for her Modesty, 

Below: Nobody, Evan Wimber; Truth, Beverly Bean, and Time, Barbara 
Coombs, discuss the tragedy of "it all." 

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Nobody Evan Wimber 

Youth Joy Swalberg 

Beauty Valena Jones 

Modesty Doressa Paxman 

Everywoman Ada Moulton 

Flattery Wayne Chatterton 

Truth Beverly Bean 

Love Dewey Bluth 

Bluff London Millet 

Stuff Elliott Airmet 

Pert Gay Peterson 

Flirt Jenna Vee Beck 

Dimples Barbara Olpin 

Curls Joyce Christen sen 

Giggles Marilyn Stevenson 

Shape Mary Ellen Chrlstensen 

Cutey Enid Caldwell 

Smiles Mary Donna Jones 

Sly Peggy Zimmerman 

Curves Jean Hoi brook 

Winks Elaine Stowell 

Skippy Helen Spencer 

Time Barbara Coombs 

Wealth Dewey Bluth 

Witless Ariel Baliff 



Conscience Jennie Keeler 

Passion Wayne Chatterton 

Grovel Barbara Coombs 

Sneak Ruth Ercanbrack 

Age Elizabeth Sander 

Greed Beth Clayson 

^e'' Marcie Greenhaw 

Vanity Irene Fuller 

V'^e Elaine Stowell 

Lf*, Ray Jones 

Oraer Albert Thurber 





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February 15. 16, 17 
THE YELLOW JACKET is the most successful adaptation 
In English of the form and spirit of the Chinese drama. With- 
in the one simple conventional set Is acted out the whole 
colorful and romantic drama of a young man's adventure 
through life, his birth, his youth, his love, and at last the 
discovery of the meaning of his life. 

THE YELLOW JACKET 

by Geo. Hazelton and Benrimo 

Directed by T. Ear! Pardoe 

Associate — Kathryn B. Pardoe 

Student Director — Mary Whlfely 

Stage- — Ralph Ungerman 

CAST OF CHARACTERS 

Property Man LeRoy Burleigh 

Chorus Tepping Kearl 

Wu Sin Yin (Great Sound Language) . . Sidney Sperry 

Governor of the Province 
Due Jung Fah (Fuchsia Flower) .... Barbara Olpin 

Second wife of Wu Sin Yin 
Tso (Fancy Beauty) maid to Due Jung Fah . Enid Caldwell 
Tai Fah Mln (Great Painted Face) . . . Dean Peterson 

Father of Due Jung Fah 

First Assistant Property Man Mary Lou Dixon 

Second Assistant Property Man .... Margaret Hales 

Third Assistant Property Man Rita Clement 

Fourth Assistant Property Man Dove Call 

Chee Moo (Kind Mother) Mary Whiteley 

First wife of Wu Sin Yin 

Lee Sin, first farmer Wayne Chatterton 

Suey Sin Fah (Lily Flower) Ruth Ercanbrack 

Wife of Lee Sin and maid of Chee Moo 

Ling Won (Spirit) Evelyn Gross 

Wu Hoo Git (Young Hero of the Wu'Famlly) . Ray Jones 

Wu Fah Din (Daffodil) Fay Hunter 

Yin Suey Gong (Purveyor of Hearts) . . . Lee Valentine 
See uoe Fah (Four-Season Flower) .... Lola Peterson 

Mow Dan Fah (Peony) Dove Call 

Yong Soo Kow (Hydrangea) Rita Clement 

Chow Wan (Autumn Cloud) Faye Briggs 

Moy Fah Low [Plum Blossom) .... Elizabeth Sanders 
See Noi (nurse) in charge of Plum Blossom . Beth Ovard 
Tai Char Shoong. purveyor of tea 

to the Emperor Elliot Airmet 

Widow Ching Evelyn Gross 

Maid Margaret Hales 

Git Hole Gar. philosopher and scholar . . . Beth Clayson 
Musician Will Hansen 




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March 15-16-17 
"Rebecca" popular novel-play by 
Daphne du Maurier, was Theta Alpha 
Phi's annual drannatlc production. 
Staged by Dr. T. Earl Pardoe and 
directed by Kathryn B. Pardoe, the 
play was one of the season's finest. 

CAST OF CHARACTERS 

Beatrice Lacy Jean Reese 

Giles Lacy Warren Kirk 

Frith Chauncey Riddle 

Frank Crawley LoThair Curtis 

Mrs. Danvers .... Marcia Greenhaw 
Maxine de Winter . . . Ralph Ungerman 

Mrs. de Winter Joan Spratly 

Jack Favell .... Wayne Chatterton 

Colonel Julyan Ray Jones 

William Taff .... Clarence Fingerle 
Roberta Joy Swalberg 




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B.Y.U. on the air . . . KOVO, 5:45 Thursday 
afternoon . . . Programs run the gamut ... All 
shades of drarha and music . . . Above, right: 
Chief worrier, Faye Hunter and technician 
George Uyeda . . . Behind the scene workers 
are Marcy Greenhaw, Maria Forsyth, Aaron 
Card, Lacy BurgI, hielen Spencer, and Lucille 
Booth. 




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Forty-feven 



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Idol of BYU femininity, and ideal of BYU manhood, tall, blond Neil Welling not only maneuvered 
the affairs of student government through a seesaw year, but captained the basketball team as well. 
By popular vote of Y coeds, he was declared 'preferred man' at the Preference Ball in December. 
Still another star on his chart is his scholastic standing on the honor roll. Neil is indeed an ideal Y man! 



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Brown, black and blue eyes snap with excitement and spirit as BYU's 
peppy student officers huddle to plan a new program, an assembly, or maybe 
a dance. Imbued with the spirit of friendship and service we have left to 
right, Ada, Dorothy and Yvonne, vice-president, social chairman, and secre- 
tary-historian, respectively. Three glorious gals top one grand year as the 
students start the road back to complete and active bliss. All seniors, all 
White Keys, the women of the council bid farewell to the school they have 
loved and served in the 69th graduating class. A Cesta, the vice-prexy will 
leave the school with many admiring glances and will take a part of the cam- 
pus with her . . . an O. S. and an N. L., the other members of the trio will leave 
a big gap In the student body and take with them undying friendships for 
years to come. 

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Mtude^nt G&uHcli 




The Student Council considers the weighty nnatters of student 
government and exercises a general supervision over all student activities 
and provides an adequate channel of communication between the stu- 
dent-body and the university authorities. It is composed of representa- 
tives of all four classes and general student-body officers. 

Left to right: Ada Moulton, vivacious vice-president; Neil Welling, 
the F.D.R. of BYU; Reed Mack, voice of the frosh; Ruth England, ener- 
getic junior; Buffie Sander, not enough fingers for her pies; John Chris- 
tiansen, musical soph president; Dorothy Snow, maneuvers main social 
treats;and Yvonne McMurray, charming bookkeeper. 



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The AWS, ^&cq6 with a slump in social activities because 
of the date shortage, (olled up their sleeves and arranged a 
record-breaking calendar of fun and frolic for the 1150 
women students. They sponsored such activities as the Girl's 
Jamboree, Preference Ball, mentor parties. Girl's Day, and 
a spring dance. The mentors, wise and understanding after 
a'year or so of college confusion, helped hordes of freshman 
girls through the trying periods of registration and orienta- 
tion and no doubt learned a few new facts about life in turn. 

Officers: Velma Bates, president; Elnora Boyack, vice-president; 
Anna Jean Bullock, secretary; and Miriam Young, recreational leader. 

Mentors, back row: Verdell Hunt, Ruth Klinger, Helen Martin. 
Shirley Wilkes, Marcia Greenhaw. Elaine Wood, Margaret Friday, 
Lugene Waddoups. 

Front row: Barbara Taylor, Margaret Hales, Beth Clayson, Doressa 
Paxman, Faye Hunter, and Rose Taylor. 




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With the ever-growing stream of returned veterans swell- 
ing the male enrollment, the Y this fall welcomed the return 
of the AMS after a year's absence. Despite their comparative- 
ly slender numbers, the men students, under the leadership of 
Lefty Card, George Uyeda, and Ellsworth Snow, contributed 
much towards social and athletic activities during the year as 
evidenced by the successful Hallowe'en Dance, Smokeless 
Smoker, Sweetheart Balf, and song-writing contest. 

Committee, left to right: Aaron Card, George Uyeda, 
Shelden Lowry, Dale Jones, West Belnap, Phil Robinson. 

Officers: Aaron Card, general chairman; Ellsworth Snow, 
councilor; and George Uyeda, councilor. 





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Although little is heard of the Public 
Service Bureau on our campus, the generous 
praise the Bureau receives from other 
schools and organizations indicates that it 
has been doing a notable service in sup- 
plying programs for exchange assemblies 
and publicity for the University. Director 
Margaret hHales is at left. 

Center, front row: Irene Fuller, Margaret 
Hales. 

Back row: Dale McAllister, Marcy Greenhaw, 
Nila Stubbs and Jean Reese. 

Below: Marcy and Dale chat over another 
assembly. 




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Fifty-five 



The thin and weary ranks of seniors are 
approaching their goal. They have four 
years of college life behind them and the 
world in front of thenn. They have spent 
their college days chasing a pale dream of 
knowledge and now contemplate graduation 
with the realization that the only thing they 
know they know is how really unimportant 
they are. Mingled with these thoughts is 
the knowledge that soon all these care-free 
days will be only memories. They will miss 
the Y and they will be missed. With a 
feeling of sincere regret we send the class 
of 1945 into the future, wishing them only 
the best of life and fortune. 




Fifty-six 




Elizabeth Sander, Class President, Heber City, 
Utah; Evelyn Anderson, Richtield, Utah; Chadwick 
Avery, Provo, Utah; Veima Bates, Mesa, Arizona; 
Beverly Anne Bean, Seattle, Washington; Carol 
Roberts Bunnell, Salt Lake City, Utah; Helen Mabey 
Burgon, Midvale, Utah; Julia Louisa Bybee, Cedar 



City-, Utah; Rhoda Vaun Call, Pocatello, Idaho; R. 
Wayne Chatterton, Preston, Idaho; Helen Chap- 
man, Provo, Utah; Adella Christensen, Ontario, 
Oregon: Karma Johanne Christensen, Elsinore, 
Utah; Lillian Christensen, Fillmore, Utah; Beth Clay- 
son, Provo, Utah; Jean Cox, Provo, Utah; Louise 
Dixon, Ogden, Utah. 



fifty-feven 




Lono J. Dunn, Richfield, Utah; Irene Fuller, 
Barnwell, Alberta, Canada; Asa Arthur Fujie, Topaz, 
Utah; Fred Masao Fukuda, Poston, Arizona; Melba 
L. Gavollle, Ogden, Utah; Veria Hale, Ogden, 
Utah; Robert Hartshorn, American Fork, Utah; 
Dorothy J. Hatch, Provo, Utah; Evelyn Hawkins, 
St. George, Utah; Helen Mae Hawkins, Ethel 



Hogge.Eden, Utah; Burt Horsley, Brigham City, 
Utah; Wllma Hunter, Idaho Falls, Idaho; Yvonne 
Jackson, Toquerville, Utah; Rachel B. James, Provo, 
Utah; Anita Marie Jaromillo, Vallecltos, New Mex- 
ico; Beverly Jensen, Provo, Utah; Elaine R. Jensen, 
Fairview, Utah; Margie Johnson, Glenns Ferry, 
Idaho; Dale Dean Jones, Falls City, Nebraska. 



Fifty-eight 




Joy Swalberg, Class Vice Presidenf, Spanish 
Fork, Utah; Dorothea Jones, Douglaston, New York; 
Valena Jones, Springville, Utah; Miharu Kawaguchi, 
Heart Mountain, Wyoming; Ruth Klinger, Rexburg, 
Idaho; Ardath Louise Lefler, Price, Utah; Mildred 
Liston, Escalante, Utah; Irene C. Love, Provo, Utah; 



hioward Lowe, Orem, Utah; Lois Hunter Luke, 
Cedar City, Utah; ToshI Magota, Provo, Utah; 
Lawrence B. March, Piovo, Utah; Helen Martin, 
Provo, Utah; Robert T. Marshall, Provo, Utah; 
Yvonne McMurray, Oakley, Idaho; Orpha Moore, 
Spanish Fork, Utah; Ada Moulton, Delta, Utah. 



Rfty-nine 







Elaine Nicholes, American Fork, Utah; Marjorie 
Helen Nielson, Idaho Falls, Idaho; Vernon K. Niel- 
son, Provo, Utah; Vivyenne Noble, Snnithfield, Utah; 
Donna Pace, Cedar City, Utah; Ella Jean Parkinson, 
Milford, Utah; Beth Paul, Ogden, Utah; Doressa 
Paxman, Provo, Utah; Wealthy Purrlngton, Ogden, 
Utah; Adele Ransbottom, Preston, Idaho; Kathryn 



Anne Richards, Malad, Idaho; Iris Richardson, 
Nephi, Utah; Golda Roundy, Palmyra, New York; 
Ann Salisbury, Nephi, Utah; Lucille Sandberg, 
Salt Lake City, Utah; Elizabeth Sander, Heber City, 
Utah; Helen Shiratori Shiozawa, Provo, Utah; Mary 
Jean Skinner, Orem, Utah; Dorothy Snow, Santa 
Monica. California; Melba Stahle, Park City, Utah. 



Sixty 




Wilma Hunter, Class Secretary, Idaho Falls, 
Idaho; Elaine Stowell, Rexburg, Idaho; Anna Stuciti, 
Rexburg, Idaho; Joy Swalberg, Spanish Fork, Utah; 
Gwen Sylvester, Hurricane, Utah; Barbara Taylor, 
American Fork, Utah; Winifred J. Thomas, Manassa, 
Utah; Janet Tsuchiya, Amache, Colorado; Roma 



Jean Turner, Morgan, Utah; John Walker, American 
Fork, Utah; Vela Washburn, Blanding, Utah; Jean 
Ann Waterstradt, Ogden, Utah; H. Neil Welling, 
Farmington, Utah; Mariam Westensskow, Union, 
Oregon; Ray S. Whiting, Provo, Utah; Mary White- 
ly, Oakley, Idaho; G. Elizabeth Wilson, Kirtland, 
New Mexico. 



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Ruth Wilson, Payson, Utah; Betty Jayne Wood, 
Provo, Utah; E. Winston Wooager, Magrath, 
Alberta, Canada; Jean C. Woodward, Ogden, 
Utah; Lois Woolf, Provo, Utah; George Uyeda, 
Provo, Utah; Guy Van Alstyne, Hollywood, Cali- 
fornia. 





Yvonne Jackson, quiet, auburn 
haired lassie fronn Toquerville, 
copped the most coveted prize of 
any graduating class. Valedictorian. 
An English nnajor, Yvonne has spent 
four years at the Y, acquiring wis- 
dom, and making friends abundant- 
ly. She has proved her ability in 
college and we look forward to her 
achievements beyond this "valley 
of books." 



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After three years packed with activity, 
the juniors stand poised on the threshold 
of their last year and look into the future 
with anticipation. This Is the time when 
nnost of them start looking seriously for a 
pernnanent major. Although unburdened by 
the immediate prospect of graduation, they 
are beginning to understand the difficulty 
of majoring in extra-curricular activities and 
an academic major at the same time. Tra- 
ditionally the Juniors take their share of 
publicity cake at Prom time. They turned 
the ballroom Into Paradise and reached en 
excellence approached by few formal 
parties. Spring brings balloting, and from 
the class of '46 will come the leaders of '46. 




Six+Y-^our 




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RUTH ENGLAND 

President 
ELAYN ALLEN 
ARCILEE B. ALLRED 
ELAINE ANDERSON 
OLEA MAE BABBEL 



REBECCA BALLARD 
KATIE BARLOCKER 
LARENCE BARRETT 
FLORENCE BEATTY 
MELBA BECKMAN 
B. WEST BELNAP 



KATHLEEN N. BIRD 
MARY BIRDO 
MERLA BOND 
ELNORA L. BOYACK 
CHARLOTTE BRIDGES 
AFTON BRYSON 



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ANNA JEAN BULLOCK 
MADGE BURGON 
NELLIE BUSHMAN 
ODELL CHRISTENSEN 
WOODROW H. CHURCH 
MARRIAL CLARK 
PHYLLIS CLARK 



LAWRENCE C. COOPER 
LA RUE COHLE 
DONALD B. COX 
BETH M. CRANDALL 
LORNA W. CRANE 
BONNIE JEAN CROMAR 
BEVERLY CRONIN 



MARY ELLEN DAUWALDER 
ANNA V. DAVIDSON 
LEAH DAVIDSON 
VERNON C. DIEU 
LORRAINE DRISSEL 
JUANA ELDER 



Si>ty-sii 




L GRANT SHIELDS 

Vice-President 
GENEVIEVE ELIASON 
RUTH ANN ERCANBRACK 
NORMA FORSEY 
OLIVE FOWKES 



TAKAO FURUKAWA 
LOIS GARDNER 
LOLA GESLISON 
ILAH DEAN GLEDHILL 
RHODA MAY GOATES 
MARCIA GREENHAW 



MARGARET HALES 
BETH HARTSHORN 
RHEA HASLEM 
JOY HILL 
ELDON HUGHES 
VERDELL HUNT 



Sixty-seven 




FAYE HUNTER 
JAY R. HUNTSMAN 
ESTHER MAY JEX 
MERLE JOHNSON 
META JOHNSON 
MARY DONNA JONES 
NEOLA JONES 



ELEANOR JORGENSEN 
ELOISE KAY 
JOSEPH KING 
JANE KIRKHAM 
IVA KISSELL 
PAUL KNOWLTON 
JOHN LANDGREN 



RUTH LINFORD 
EVELYN LINDSTROM 
MARJORIE LINDSTROM 

MERLENE LOVELL 
SHELDON LOWRY 
ELAINE LUND 



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PHYLLIS HUNTER 

Secretary 
GLORIA MATHEWS 
FLORENCE MITCHELL 
LA VIEVE MONSON 
OLIVE MOODY 



ARDELLA NIELSEN 
HELEN RAE OLPIN 
LEE J. OLSEN 
VERDA OLSEN 
MARION OWENS 
BETH PARTRIDGE 



INES E. PAYNE 
LOLA JEAN PETERSON 
GEORGE F. PRINGLE 
BETH RAMBEAU 
JANET RASBAND 
RUTH REDD 



Siicty-nin* 




TAYLOR H. REYNOLDS 
WELBY RICKS 
CHAUNCY C. RIDDLE 
THALIA RIGGS 
CECIL ROMNEY 
MARY L ROSKELLEY 
DEE SANFORD 



FLORENCE SIMONS 
DAVID G. SKINNER 
MARY SKORO 
SHIPLEY M. SNOW 
NELL C. STEPHENS 
ELNA L. STUELER 
JACQUELENE SUTTON 



ROSE TAYLOR 
LAURIE TEICHERT 
AIGI UCHIYAMA 
EMMA M. ULLOCK 
BETH WIGHT 
SHIRLEY ANN WILKES 



Savanty 



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MARY WINTCH 
VIRGINIA WOODBURY 



LORRAINE S. YAMATE 
MIRIAM YOUNG 



BETTY ZIEVE 



A few minutes relaxation from 
prom plans are always welcomed 
by tired committees. Marian 
Owens, Phyllis Hunter, Shipley 
Snow and Mary Donna Jones do 
their relaxing with ice cream 
cones. 

Below: The committee meets in the 
Smith Library for a conference. Front 
row, left to right: Phyllis Hunter, Rhoda 
Mae Goates, hielen Olpin, Mary Donna 
Jones, Marian Owens. Back row: Gus 
Shields, West Belnap, Ruth England, 
Shelden Lowry, and Shipley Snow. 
EInora Boyack was absent. 




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The Sophomores returned to the col- 
legiate scene believing they were possessed 
with sudden and infinite wisdom. They were 
full of ideas and plans and eager to prove 
what they knew they could do. They showed 
off before the Frosh and added to the 
Loan Fund with their Meditations in Moon- 
ight. They have acquired one more coat 
of educational gloss and advanced one more 
step toward their goal of achievement. 




Seventy-four 



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JOHN CHRISTIANSEN 
President 



CARMA ADAMS 
GEORGANNA ADAMS 

ELLlOn AIRMET 
MARION ALDRICH 
SHIRLEY ALDELIN 

CLARA ANDERSON 
JEAN ANDERSON 

MARJORIE ANDERSON 

LOIS ANDREW 
GAY ARMSTRONG 
MARY LEE ATKERSON 

ELVA ATKINSON 
LYLE ATWOOD 
VIRGINIA AULT 

ALAMA AYERS 
VERA BABBEL 
BARBARA BAILEY 




S«v«nty-f!ve 




BRYCE BAILEY 

DORINNE BANDLEY 
JANET BARCLAY 

PHYLLIS BARNES 
PAT BARNEY 
CAROL BECK 

EMMA BENNETT 
JUNE BERRY 
SHIRLEY BARRETT 

JACK BACA 
LUCILLE BOOTH 
MARIE BORGESON 

GENEVIEVE BOYER 
GRACE BUNDERSON 
LACY BURGI 

LeROY BURLEIGH 
JEAN BURTON 

MORRIS BUSHMAN 

FERN BUTLER 
AARON CARD 

MAURINE CHILD 



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CAROL HILTON 

Vice President 



EARLENE CHRISTENSEN 
ELAYNE CHRISTENSEN 

MARY ELLEN CHRISTENSEN 
JUNE CHYTRAUS 
CLARENCE CLARK 

ERMA CLARK 
VIRGINIA CLARK 
CAROL COLLARD 

MARJORIE COTTAM 
ISABEL DAVID 
MARDEAN DAVIS 

MARY LOU DIXON 
WINNIFRED DYCHES 
MARJORIE DYRENG 

AGNES ELLERTSON 
DONNA ELLERTSON 
MADGE ELLERTSON 




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LEONA FARNSWORTH 
BARBARA FERRIN 
FLORENCE FIRMAGE 

VANDA FISHER 
DEAN FLANDERS 
RUTH ELAINE FLANDERS 

CHLORA DAWN FOOTE 

LORA JEAN FORSEY 

FERNE FRANCIS 

LORRAINE FREESTONE 
ANNE GREAVES 
VIVIAN GREEN 

ELAINE GWYNN 
MAVIS HAFEN 
JOYCE HANKS 

BARBARA HANSEN 

JULIA HANSEN 
LOIS HANSEN 

MARJORIE HART 
MADELYN HATCH 
PATRICIA HATCH 



Seventy-alght 



ELLEN ASHWORTH 
Secretary 



ILA MARIE HAWKER 
YVONNE HAWKINS 

FAUN HILL 
IDA JEAN HOLBROOK 
MAURINE HOWELL 

VIVIAN HOYT 
JUNE HUBER 
MARGIE HURST 

ANITA HYATT 
MARIAN HYDE 
CHIYOKO IWAMOTO 

SHIRLEY JACKSON 
LYRAVINE JENSEN 
MARVEL JOHNSON 

ZENDA JOHNSON 
GERALDINE JONES 
RAY B. JONES 




Seventy-nine 



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NORMA JORGENSEN 
MIECHI KOBAYASHl 
ELOISE KOHLER 

JACQUELINE KANE 
TOSUKO KIYORMURA 
BLANCHE KOYLE 

ESTILL LATIMER 
DAWN LEWIS 
BETTY LOGSDON 

DOROTHY LOWE 
GLADYS LOWE 
SYBIL LUSTY 

BERNICE MANSON 
MARIE MARSHALL 
FRANK MARUOKA 

DALE McAllister 

BILLIE JEAN McCORMICK 
SHIRLEY McKINNEY 

JEANE McQUEEN 
ARVA MAE MERCER 
LAURINE MICKELSEN 



Eighty 



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EVELYN MINOR 
MARION E. MUIR 
BARBARA MULLEN 

REY NAKAHARA 
EDNA NELSON 
MASAO NERIO 

ARETTA NEWREN 
LORAINE NICHOLS 
FLORENCE NIELSEN 

MAXINE NORTON 
DORIS RAPHIEL OLIPHANT 
BARBARA OLPIN 

CAROLYN OLSEN 
MARY LOU OSTLER 
EARL HENRY OHLEY 

BETH OVARD 
PATRICIA ANN PACE 
DONNA PAGE 

GENEVIEVE PARKINSON 
VIRGINIA PATTON 
ELAINE PEACOCK 




Eighfy-one 




ANNA PETERSON 
MARJORIE PEHY 
MARIE PHILLIPS 

PHYLLIS PHILLIPS 
MARGARET PRIDAY 
WILLIAM L PULSIPHER 

KARLENE RANDALL 

OUIDA RAPHIEL 

DON REBER 

JEAN REESE 

VAL DEANE RICE 
LUCILLE RICHARDS 

ANNIE RICHARDSON 
VIRGINIA RICHENBACH 
WANDA RICKS 

EVELYN RIGGS 

ROLAND K. ROBINS 
LOIS ROBINSON 

SHIRLEY ROMNEY 
BETTY JANE ROPER 
DONA ROUNDY 



Eighty-two 



JUNELLA SANFORD 
YUKIO J. SANO 
STERLING SESSIONS 

LUCILLE SIMMONS 
MARJORIE DEAN SINCLAIR 
VELOY SINGLETON 

MARY SMART 
JEANNE SMITH 
DELSA SMITHSON 

ELLSWORTH SNOW 
CHICKO SODA 
IDA MAE SPENCER 

CAROL SPICER 
ARVA STANDER 

MARILYN STEVENSON 

NILA STUBBS 

ROSA MAE SWAINSTON 
LaREE SWENSON 

ROSE TAYLOR 
GRACE THIOBALD 
DONNA MAE THIRKILL 




Eighty-three 



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iy 




JOY THOMPSON 
VIOLA THdMPSON 
ELAINE TODD 

> 

RUTH S.'tRIPP 
M. FERN TRUNKEY 
SAM UCHIYAMA 

DAISY UYEDA 
RUTH VAN LEAVEN 
LUGENE V^ADDOUPS 

HELEN WATKINS 
DOUGLAS WELTI 
LEDA JEAN WIDDISON 

BONNIE WILSON 
MARGARET WILSON 
EVAN D. WIMBER 

ELAINE WOOD 
LIDA WUNDERU 
HENRY YUi 



Eighty-four 






Eighty-five 




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Green as spinach and riding high from 
their high school triumphs, the Freshmen 
came to college determined to impress but 
they soon discovered not only their mistake 
but also the answers to such questions as 
"Who is professor Staff?" and "Where is 
the bus to the lower campus?" They strug-.. 
gled through the transitional period from 
home to school and survived the hazings of 
upper-class men and the terrors of Senior 
Court. Their courage is inspirational, for 
who but a Frosh would attempt to crowd 
the history of the universe Into a I 500 word 
research paper? 




E!ghfy-s!x 



REED MACK 
President 



DAUN ADAMS 
j||jf IRIS AKERS 

BERTHA ALLRED 

BETTY MARIE ANDERSON 

BETTY ANDERSON 
HELEN ANDERSON 
JOHN E. ANDERSON 
MARGARET ANDERSON 

DOUGLAS ANDREW 
LOUISE ArAvE 
WANDA MAE ARMOUR 
PAULINE ASHPOLE 

MARIAN ASTIN 
PEARL BABBEL 
ANN BAILEY 
ANNETTE BAILEY 

BETTY BAILEY 
V. LUCILLE BAIRD 
NADINE BALLARD 
THOMAS O. BALLARD 

JOAN BALLIF 

LULA BELLE BAMGARTNER 
ELSBETH BANGERTER 
GLENETH BANGERTER 




Eighty-sevan 




HELEN BARNUM 
GWEN BATEMAN 

MARGARITA BAUTISTA 
JANET BAXTER 

PHILIP C. BEAN 
JENNA VEE BECK 
BEULA BELL 
JEAN BELLISTON 

GEORGE BERKHIMER 
ELEANORE BERREH 
AFTON MAE BINGHAM 
BEVERLY BIRD 

MARY RENEE BLISS 
RUTH BODILY 

MYRLE LUCILLE BODMER 
TWILA MAE BOND 

BARBARA BOWEN 
KATHLEEN BOWMAN 
LEAH BOYER 
FAYE ORA BRADLEY 

FAYE BRIGGS 
EDYTHE BRIGHT 
ELAINE BRIMLEY 
INEZ BRIMLEY 

AUDREY BRINLEY 
CLARA BRODERICK 
NAN RAE BROSSARD 

JOAN BROUGH 



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PAUL THOMPSON 
Vice-President 



• SHEILA BROUGH 

NORMA MARIE BROWNING 
LUCILLE BUEL 
BONNIE BURKE 

JANICE BURT 
ANNA JOY BUSHMAN 
PAULINE BUSHMAN 
SARIAH ANN BUSHMAN 

LA REE CALDERWOOD 
ENID CALDWELL 
DOVE CALL 
MARETTA CARLYLE 

LaVETTA CARTER 
PHYLLIS CARTER 
GAREFALIA CHAKNIAS 
ANNE CHRISTENSEN 

DEALA CHRISTENSEN 
DOROTHY CHRISTENSEN 
JOAN CHRISTENSEN 
REED CHRISTENSEN 

SHIRLEE CHRISTENSEN 
VERLA CHRISTENSEN 
CAROL CHRISTIANSEN 
ELOISE CHRISTIANSEN 




E!ghty-nine 



^^ie6Mmen 




NOLA CHRISTIANSEN 
CLELLA CLARK 
JEAN CLARK 
NAOMI CLARK 

LONA CLEGG 

RITA CLEMENT '"^ 

RUTH COFFIN 

GENEVIEVE COLEMAN 

DILPHIA COLLINS 
BELVA COOMBS 

ARDAVEE COPENHAVER 
SHIRLEY COWLEY 

ARLENE COX 
PAULINE COX 

BARBARA JEAN CRANDAl 
MINNIE CRANE 

V^ILLA A1MN CRANE 
MARIAN CRITTENDEN 
VALEEA CROV^THER 

MORRIS CUNNINGHAM 

DEE CURTIS 
GEORGE CURTIS 
RALPH DALBY 
WILLIAM JAY DALLEY 

JUNE DANA 
JEANNE DAVIS 

RUTH DAYLE DAVIS 
VONNIE BETH DAVIS 



Ninety 



^nMnmen 



CHARLOHE HARRIS 
Secretary 



ROBERT DAY 

MAVIS DEWSNUP 
DAWNA DIAL 
JOSEPHINE DICKSON 

ADELINE DONE 
YVONNE DRAKE 
DOLORES DROLLINGER 
VELDA DROLLINGER 

GERTRUDE DUCKWORTH 
MAVIS DRUMMER 
CLAIRE DYRENG 
LI LA EAMES 

PATRICIA DELL EDMUNDS 
ESTHER ALICE ELDER 
JEANNE ADELE ELLIOTT 
BONNIE ELLIS. 

WINIFRED ELLSWORTH 
ARLENE ENGLESTEAD 
LaRAE EVANS 
JEANNE FACKRELL 

ALBERTA FARNSWORTH 
SHIRLEY FARNSWORTH 
JUNE EVELYN FEL5CH 
MAX FIELDING 




Ninety-one 




IMOGENE FLAKE 

ELliABETH FLETCHER 
-DOROTHY FOLLETT 
f * IMOGENE FAUTZ 



SHIRLEY FOWLES 
R^D LEON FROST 

MARION KIMIYO FUKUDA 
GEORGE FUNATAKE 

ELAINE GAISFORD 
SUSAN GALGAN 

BEATRICE GAPPMAYER 
MARION GARDNER 

LETA MARCEIN GINN 
JEANNE GOODRICH 
VENNA GOODRICH 
NORMA GRAEHL 

FLOYD GRAHAM 
CAROL C. GREEN 
GLORIA GRONEMAN 
DONNA GROVE 

ROBERTA GUILD 
LELA GUYMAN 
AILEEN HALES 
NAOMI HALES 

RAYOLA HANSEEN 
GERALDINE HANSEN 
JAY HANSEN 
BEVERLY HARDY 



Ninety-two 



VALOIS HARRIS 

MARIE HARVEY p 

DONNA M. HAWKINS f;| 

GERTRUDE HAYNES W 



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GERALDINE HEATHERLY 
lOLA RAE HEPWORTH 
DORLA HIBBARD 
BONNIE HIGGINSON 

DAWN HILTON 
WILLADEEN HODGES 
VER JEAN HOLYOAK 
BEN HOMER 

BETTY LOU HOUGHTON 
DARLENE HOWARD 
MAXINE HOWES 
NYDRIA HUNSAKER 



CARL HUNTER 
FRANCES HUNTER 
BETTY JEAN HURST 
GLORIA HUTCHINSON 

IRIS IPSEN 

FRANK ITAYA 
WAYNE IVIE 
RALPH JACK 

BETTY JUNE JACOB 
MARILYNN JACOBS 
MARBA JENKINS 
MURIEL JENKINS 




Ninety-thres 




^llip 




SHIRLEY JENNENS 

AGNES JENSEN 

BEHE JENSEN 

EDITH ANN JENSEN , 

JENNA JENSEN 
JOHN JENSEN 
MARGIE JENSEN 
MARY ELLEN JEX 

PAULINE JOHNSON 
SHIRLEY JOHNSON 
ZALIA JOHNSON 
JENNIE BEA JONES 

PHYLLIS JONES 
PHYLLIS JONES 
EDYTHE JUDD 
MARGARET JUDD 

GRACE Y. KASE 
CAROL KEELE 
JEANNE KELLEH 
HELEN KELLER 

EVELYN KILLPACK 
ANDREW KIMBALL 
BARBARA KOHLER 
RUTH KREBS 

DONNA MARIE LANCASTER 
BEVERLY JOYCE LANDGREN 
BETH RENEE LARSON 
RALPH LARSON 



Ninety-four 



^^i£4Jimen 



ELROD LEANY 
AUDREY LEAVIT 

MARY LOUISE LeBARON 
THOMAS WILFORD LEE 

BETTY JOE LEVIE 
RUTH LeVITRE 
JACK DeLOY LEWIS 
BESSIE LIHLE 

LUCILLE LIVINGSTON 
SHIRLEE LOCANDER 
PRISCILLA LUDLOW 
REX A. MADSEN 

BERNICE YUKIO MAENO 
WILDA MANGUS 
FRANCENE MANLEY 
BARBARA MARSHALL 

IDA MAE MARSHALL 
GENE GALE MARTIN 
RUTH MARTIN 
ANNA MAY 

KATHERYN MAYER 
CORALIE McCARTY 
GLADYS McEWEN 
GRACE McEWEN 

RAMONA McFARLAND 
JEAN MclNTOSH 
BUNNIE McKINLEY 
DOROTHEA McKINNON 




Ninety-five 




BARBARA MEAKEN 

CARMA MENDENHALL 
LEGIA MENDENHALL 
MARJORIE MERCER 

CARMA MEREDITH 
NORMA METCALF 
PHYLLIS J. MILLAR 
LaWANA MILLER 

LEONE MILLER 

MARY JANE MINER 
BETH MOODY 
GENIEL MOODY 

ANNIE MOORE 

JEWELDINE MOORE 
ARDITH MORRELL 
NONA MORTENSEN 

STANLEY DEE MURPHY 
ROXEY LOU NELSON 
CATHERINE NEWMAN 
DOROTHY NICHOLS 

ANNA Q. NILSSON 
DOROTHY NORBERS 
VERNA OBERG 
BLANCHE OEKEY 

NORLYENE OHRAN 
GEORGIAN OLCOTT 
KATHERINE OLPIN 
BILLYE VIRGINIA OLSEN 



Nin«ty-ii« 



RAY OLSEN 
ROY OLSEN 
LONA FAUN OLSON 
MARIE OLSON 

NIAL JUNE OLSON 
DRISCILLA MAE O'ROURKE 
MARY OSMA OSGUTHORPE 
MELBA OHESON 

LaDEANE PACK 
COLLEEN PAGE 
LENNIE PAGE 
LaJUANA PAGE 

BETTY PALMER 
FLORENCE PARKER 
MARGARET PARKER 
VIDA RAE PAULSON 

LUCILLE PAXMAN 
MARY ELAINE PAXMAN 
BOYD PEAY 
JANIS PETERSON 

DAVID PETTIGR£W 
MARGARET PHILLIPS 
COLLEEN PITT 
ELAINE POULSON 

I LA JEAN POTTS 
DORIS FERN PREECE ' 
MARY BETH PIERCE 
LuJEAN PRICE 




Ninety-seven 



^n^sMmen 




LaVEE PRISBY 

MELBA RANDALL 
JANELL RAVSTEN 
DEAUN RHODES 

J. KEITH RISBY 

LINDEN J. ROBERTS 
NORMA ROBERTSON 
BEHYE ROBINSON 

CLYDE ROBINSON 
DOROTHY ROBINSON 
LILLIAN ROGERS 
DOROTHY ROLLO 

MAURINE ROMNEY 
VILATE RUDD 

BEVERLY JANE RUOFF 
WILLIAM J. RUTTER 

ADA J. RUSSESLL 
EDNA RYSKAMP 
SHIRLEY LOUISE SANFORD 
SHIRLEY SANFORD 

MARY SAWYERS 
GLENDORA SCHWANTES 
GLORIA SCHWANTES 
RUBY SCHWARTZ 

VIVIENNE SCORAH 
BETTY LOUISE SEBREE 
STEPHEN SHARP 
MILDRED JANE SHAW 



Ninety-eight 



^^i£6Mmen 



EDITH ALICE SHEPHERD 
ARLENE SHEPHERD 
ALICE ZELDA SHIELDS 

MICHIKO MICHI SHIRATORI 

EDITH SIMMONS 
DOROTHY SKOUSEN 
ALBERT SMITH 
CAROL SMITH 

EDNA L. SMITH 
EVA JANE SMITH 
JULIAN C. SMITH 
JUNE SMITH 

MERCEDES J. SORENSEN 
VELORA RUTH SORENSEN 
HELEN SPENCER 
JOAN SPRATLEY 

LaVON P. SQUIRE 
BONNIE MAE STAGG 
SALLY MAE STAGG 
EMMA RENE STAHELI 

ORVILLA VIRGIE STANGER 
SALLY STAYNER 
NELDA STEVENS 
KARMA STEWART 

ZONA ELVERY STEWART 
EVA STOKES 
ORPHA STOKES 
DOROTHY STOUT 




Ninety-nine 




BEHY LUCILLE STRATFORD 
NORMA NELL STRAW 
BETTY STRICKLAND 
JANET M. STRINGHAM 

LOIS MARIE STURGILL 
LORRAINE SUDWEEKS 
MARJORIE SUTTON 
THELMA SUTTON 

FELICE SWAIN 
BURNS J. SWAPP 
ELEANOR DIANE SYPHUS 
CAROLYN MAE TANNER 

ZOLA TANNER 
AFTON TAYLOR 

DEANNE P. TAYLOR 
SHIRLEY TAYLOR 

ELMA TERRY 
CARMA ANN THACKER 
CYRIL THOMAS 
JANE THOMPSON 

MARJORIE ZELL THOMPSON 
GOLDA THORNLEY 
CAROL JEAN THORNTON 
ARVIL TODD 

RUTH S. TUCKER 
LUCILLE TURNER 
ROBERT TURNER 
GWEN WAHLEN 



One Hundred 



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LuDEAN WAGSTAFF 
KEITH R. WALKER 
GLENNA RUTH WALLACE 
ANGUS LaWAR WALL 

ELAINE WALTON 

LaVOYLE ANN WARD 
LaRUE WASDEN 
JUNE WEAVER 

DOROTHY JEAN WEBER 

DOROTHY ALICE WELLSLEY 
MELBA WESTERN 
CAROL JEAN WHEELWRIGHT 

JOYCE WHITING 

MAVIS DARLENE WHITLOCK 
KATHRYN WIGHT 
CAROLE MAURINE WILDE 



LaVOY WILKIN 
JEAN WILLIAMS 

I LA SARAH WILSON 
JOYCE WILSON 

MARGARET WILSON 
RUTH WILSON 
LEONE WINEGAR 
LASCA M. WOOLSEY 
MARIYA YASUDA 

JEAN YOUNG 
LOUISE YOUNG 
MOLLY YOUNG 
TED EDMUND ZALESKI 
MARGARET ZIMMERMAN 




One Hundrsd One 



PcuA' gI cMlcuAudUa 




By the shores of Utah Lakey 
By the shining Tinnpanogos 
The seniors held a counci 
To decide the freshman fate. 
They thought to have a pow-wow 
On some late October date. 
"We'll call the freshman Indians — 
They often act as such; 
And then we'll civilize them 
With that upperclassman touch.' 




OnsHundred Two 



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One Hundred Three 



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One Hundred Four 

Wise-cracking Mavis Hafen is well 
qualified, for her position as editor 
of the Y News, having studied jour- 
nalism first-hand in the Salt Lake 
Tribune offices as well as in the class- 
room. Although she dislikes writing 
editorials, her column in conjunction 
with sidekick Pat is unfailingly funny. 

Friendly, efficient Ray Whiting 
makes business pleasant as well as 
profitable. Rumor has it that he has 
boosted Y News well out of the 
fi-nancial doldrums. He also merits 
distinction as hubby of former stu- 
dent body president Lora Hilton. 



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One Hundred Four 



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Intelligent newshounds ... No sarcasm intended . . . Caught in a 
rare moment of relaxation . . . Above, front, Carol Collard and Bill 
Pulsipher, rear, Vivian Hoyt, Donna Ellertson, Dave Pettigrew, Carl 
Hunter, and Clyde Robison. Below, front, Ruth Wilson, Jean Reese, 
Norma Graehl, Mary Jane Miner, Lida Wundcrii, and Virginia Patton, 
rear. Merle Jbhnson, Dee Sanford, Lucille Booth, Lugene Waddoups, and 
Betty Brimhall. 




One Hundred Five 



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Genial Dee Sanford, business nnan- 
ager, has divided his time between ads 
and coeds: hHeading a staff of super 
salesnnen, he has become expert at re- 
lieving unsuspecting Ysers of "a dollar to 
hold your Banyan." hlis main office equip- 
ment consists of a desk, an adding ma- 
chine, and, a very feminine secretary. 

Resolute in purpose. Editor Ruth Eng- 
land has steered a motley crew of Banyan 
workers toward the final deadline in the 
fashion of one who knows what it's all 
about. After two years as yearbook 
chief, she feels more at home in the 
Maeser basement than in the little white 
house on Second East. 

With a ready smile, Lugene Waddoups, 
assistant editor, efficiently accomplished 
the seemingly impossible. Her untiring 
efforts go not unnoticed. 



One Hundred Six 



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The behind-the-scenes workers are the bulwark of any 
organization. So it is with the Banyan Staff. These are 
they that have done the writing, the mounting, and the 
errand running. 

Top, left to right: Shirley Jennens, stenographic: Jean Anne 
Waterstradt, copy editor; Betty Bailey, copy; Edna Ryskamp, photo- 
graphic. 

Center: Margaret Wilson, clubs editor; Reed Mack, top sales- 
man; Vivian Hoyt, copy. 

Below, standing: Joyce Whiting, Freshman editor; Bill Pulsipher, 
sales' manager; Clyde Robison, cartoonist. 

Sitting: Margaret Friday, Sophomore editor; Elaine Anderson, 
Junior editor; and Mary Smart, Bunyan editor. 

Photographers Phil Bean and Carl Hunter were camera shy. 






One Hundred Seven 




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One Hundred Eight 





Shirley Romney, personification of 
queenly grace . . . Product of the 
mid-west ... It must be the Okla- 
homa sunshine . . . Anyway, we like 
the results. . . . 



One Hundred Nine 



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oud shirts and gingham dresses . . . 
apples and corn stalks . . . doughnuts and 
cider . . . laughter and gay music ... all 
this was the A. M.S. sponsored Barn Dance. 

Triple chairmen were George Uyeda, 
Aaron Card and Elsworth Snow, above. 

Committee, upper left: Aaron Card, 
George Uyeda, Gus Shields, Elsworth Snow, 
Mary Smart, Boyd Peay, Heber Trunnell 
and Guy Van Alstyne. 



One Hundred Ten 




Field day for B. Y. U. women . . . Men 
don't seem to mind . . . Above, committee 
beam about results, left to right, Beth 
Clayson, Barbara Taylor, Verdell Hunt, and 
Ruth Klinger . . . Above right, Andy Kimball, 
Neil Welling, and Gus Shields, preferred 
males . . . Lower right, Lugene Waddoups 
distributes invitations to eager masculinity 
. . . Below, camera catches a between- 
dances scene. ... 




One Hundred Eleven 



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One Hundred Twelve 




The dance opening winter quarter was rather Informal; so Infornnal that 
everyone came sans shoes . . . Violent socks highlighted the ballroom . . . hot 
dogs were prevalent, both as refreshments and an actuality . . . best attended 
event of the year, the stocking dance was proclaimed the most fun by all par- 
ticipants. 




One Hundred Thirfeen 




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Sophomores present "Meditations In Moon- 
light" . . . proceeds go to Loan Fund for students 
. . . evening was starry and enchanting. 

Top: Secretary Ellen Ashworth and Prexy John 
Christiansen rest after their hard work. 

Center: Carol Coilard, chairman; Shipley Snow. 
Darlene hloward, Aaron Card, chairman; Mary 
Ellen Chrlstensen, and Gary Whiting. 

Below: Mary Smart, Dee Sanford, Carol CoHard, 
and Mary Ellen Chrlstensen. 




One Hundred Fourteen 



licmuan ball 



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Staff never has enough to do . . . has to sponsor a ball . . . 
nice shindig, novel decorations ... fun for all. 

Committee, standing, left to right: Gus Shields, Mary 
Ellen Christensen, Margaret Wilson, Chairman Bill Pulsipher. 

Seated: Dave Pettigrew and Dee Curtis. 

Queen Shirley Romney is surrounded by ladics-in-wait- 
ing, LaRee Swensen, Evelyn Gross, Jackie Foote, Anne 
Greaves, Louise Arave, and Joan Spratley. 




One Hundred Fifteen 




Jive talk for hep cats . . . Gus 
and his good players . . . played 
at Mat Dances and Friday eve- 
ning affairs . . . above left, Gus 
and his sax . . . left, Evalin 
Gross and her lovely voice . . . 
below, the band, en-masse. 




One Hundred Sixteen 



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Carnival time at BYU . . . 
Everyone fronn a Turkish sultan 
to Queen Victoria attended . . . 
sponsored by French Club . . . 
Committee at right: Carol 
Smith, Lucille Booth, Zola Tan- 
ner, Katherine Hess, Aileen 
Hales. 




One Hundred Seventeen 



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Winners all . . . smiling three 
at left, Dale McAllister, Agnes 
Jensen and Guy Van Alstyne, 
won the annual A. M.S. song 
writing contest. 

Center: West Belnap pre- 
sents the cash awards to the 
talented trio. 

Below: One contest calls, 
forth another . . . winner of the 
Varsity Show script contest was 
Ariel Ballif . . . Social Chairman 
Dot Snow presents the prize. 




One Hundred Eighteen 



Va^iddif ^mw- 




■ All student production . . . presented April 26 and 27 . . . written, directed and 
acted by students . . . tuneful and rollicking fun. 

Above: Staff members Ray Jones, Irene Fuller, Dale McAllister, Ada Moul- 
ton, Marcy Grsenhaw, get a few suggestions from author and director Ariel 
Ballif. 

Below: Ray Jones, Dorthea Jones, Sus Shields, Karma Jean Cullimore, Keith 
Rigby and Coralie McCarty run through a preliminary reading of the show. 




One Hundred Nineteen 



in PaA<iciiAs 




Junior Promenade . . . most gala 
affair of the season . . . Ship and his 
pals turned the ballroom into Para- 
dise and invited the student-body in 
for a hloliday . . . left, Class Prexy 
Ruth England adjusts Chairman Ship- 
ley Snow's tie . . . below, Elsworth 
Snow, hielen Olpin, Helen Kilpack 
and Vice-prexy Sus Shields admire 
the colorful rock garden . . .above 
right, dancers take time out . . . 
center. West Belnap and Rose Taylor 
watch the lovely Bird of Paradise . . . 
below, Laurie Teichert and Elnora 
Boyack chat with their fellas. . . . 



One Hundred Twenty 




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Dancing, favorite ol pasttimes . . . this we call creative ... lie on the floor 
. . . touch left foot with right hand . . . put right leg around left shoulder . . . 
ah, this is easy . . . look closely and you will see the story the Dance Club is 
telling. . . . 




One Hundred Twenty-two 



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We sleep — we study — not much difference . . . 
U-u-u-uh-f, can't study any longer . . . set alarm for 
5:00 . . Gotta cram . . yup . . alarm . . study . . bed 
. . g'night. . . . 




One Hundred Twenty-three 



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Doesn't seem to be getting nriuch cooperation . . . Gosh! Aren't there 
enough girls arounds? . . . Have an apple . . . Wow! Such interesting 
nocturnal activity . . . Wyman tries It but "What do I do now?" 





One Hundred Twenfy-four 



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Dishes . . . Uggg . . . Only one to a person . . . control yourself, 
Wynnan . . . Eating we love . . . Hmmmmm, this cafeteria food . . . ah. 





One Hundred Twenty-five 



We HamJde 




Resting at the Preference Ball ... we rambled to a mat dance 
ah, come-on . . . chatting this one out . . . two little girls at a frolic. 




One Hundred Twenty-six 



We RamJde 




Ah, the Navy . . . dig those service bars . . . the Easter Parade or 
kitchen maids on a holiday . . . the black jewel, loaded as usual . . . the 
long and the short of It. . . . 




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One Hundred Twenty-seven 



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Interesting kitchen activity . . . No! No! 
No! None of that on our cannpus . . . three 
clashing preferred men . . . come on now, Y 
SING 




One Hundred Twenty-eight 



nJe RamUe 




Let's ramble over to the stately Joseph Smith Building, BYU's pride 
and joy . . . historic Ed Building in the midst of winter. . . . 




One Hundred Twenty-nine 



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One Hundred Thirty 



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Top row (left page) — Pfc. DeMar Teuscher, stationed South Pacific; Sgt. 
Fon E. Cook, stationed India; Lt. Ivan P. Sharp, navigator B-24; Wendell Jeffery, 
France. 

Center row — Sgt. Claron Oakley, stationed France; Cpl. Preston J. Bushman, 
stationed India; Marion C. Robinson, stationed R. Warren, Wyoming; Ralph 
Frogley, stationed Portland, Oregon. 

Bottom row— Cadet Darrell Barrett; A. M. M. 2/C Kenneth Rothwell, 
stationed Rhode Island; S 2/C Theron Knight, stationed Farragut; Lt. LaVerle 
T. Hacking, stationed Corsica. 

Top row (above) — James N Showsen, stationed Camp Roberts; Lt. Elizabeth 
Randall, Army Air Evacuation Corps; Albert O. Rust, stationed Stanford. 

Center row — Dave Stephens, stationed France. 

Bottom row — Lt. George A. Sorensen, U.S.M.C., stationed South Pacific; 
Wilford M. Farnsworth, now Ensign U.S.N.R.; Melvin DeWitt, Tom Moulton, 
stationed South Pacific, destroyer. 








One Hundred Thirty-one 



We Me^ute 





Top row — Roscoe Rogers, S 2/C, stationed San 
Diego; Ernestine Hatch, stationed Phoenix, Arizona; 
Lt. Garth Hatch, stationed Albuquerque, New Mex- 
ico. 

Center — Don Evans, Lee Moulton, Annapolis, 
Maryland. 

Bottom — Lt. Joe Salisbury, stationed New 
Guinea; Le Moyne Peterson, France; Lt. G. L. 
Simmons, pilot of Flying Fortress; Lt. William Dan- 
iels, Belgium; Lt. Edward P. Taylor, Belgium; Char- 
les L. Murray, stationed China. 




One Hundred Thirty-two 




One Hundred Thirfy-threa 



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Left to right: Captain Nell Welling, Coach Floyd Millett, Bryce Bailey, Andy 
Kimball, Maynard Bailey, and Clark Greenhalgh. Opposite page; Paul Thompson, 
Elden Hughes, Yukio Sano, Roy Olsen, Manager Floyd Graham, and John Jensen. 



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One Hundred Thirty-four 



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BASKETBALL RESULTS— 1944-45 



}^^ Opponent's 

Scoi-e Score 

51 Montana State _.3 I 

35 U. of Idaho .. 45 

45 U. of IdahQ 33 

51 Pepperdine 56 

49 Walker Bombers 45 

59 Walker Bombers 47 

44 U. S. Naval Hospital 34 

47 Kearns .42 

41 Wyoming 5| 

36 Colorado U 55 



BYU 

Score 

46 Utah University 

50 Utah State .. . 

60 Colorado U.. ... 

61 Denver U. 

70 Denver U 

34 Wyoming 

64 Utah State .'..... 

52.. Utah University .. 

64 Utah State 

Won I I — Lost 7 



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Opponent's 
Score 

51 

41 

58 

50 

31 

39 

37 

56 

37 



One Hundred Thirty-five 



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One Hundred Thirty-six 



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Under the guiding hand of Coach Floyd Mlllett, basketball hopefuls 
assembled In the mens' gym to prepare for an uncertain season . . . two 
lettermen were available and only a few upperclass men were back so It 
looked like a long, hard climb. But those fighting "sons of Brigham" 
proved themselves to be a constant threat to every team In the confer- 
ence by tipping Colorado and almost nosing out Utah. The upper right 
photo shows the main squad sitting the Denver game out. Directly above, 
Neil Welling Is on guard to see that the Y retains the ball. 

On the opposite page are action shots of games played in the "tiny 
Y gym." 



One Hundred Thirty-seven 



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White Keys and Y C's on parade . . . 
Morale boosters . . . Come on, Kids! Let's 
yell, pleads cheerleader Dean Gray . . . 
Shortly after, the army got him. 



One Hundred Thlrfy-elght 



We Gkeemi 




Yell kings, Sterling Sessions and 
David Pettigrew give out with, Oh, 
you Cougars . . . Song queens, Mary 
Jane Miner and Marg Hart lead us on 
to "fight! fight! fight! for thee." 




One Hundred Thirty-nine 




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Feminine Physical Education majors this year united to form the Pern Club. 
Their purpose is to stimulate an active interest in recreation for Y coeds. The 
new club is presided over by Laurine Mickelson, vice-president; Ardell Christen- 
sen, president; and Elaine Paxman, secretary. 

Members, -front, left to right: Evelyn Miner, lla Wilson, Jean Mcintosh, Betty Brimhall, 
Carol Wilde, Lora Jean Forsey, Laurine Mickelson. 

Second row: Melba Randall, Gay Armst'-ong, Edna hHolt, Alama Ayers, Grace Theobald, 
Olive Moody, Elaine Paxman, Roxie Nelson. 

Third row: Betty Jane Wood, Yvonne Drake, Beth Wight, Jean Belliston, Ardell Chris- 
lenson, Golda Thornley, Josephine Dickson. 




One Hundred Forty 




Although the Y was lacking in quantity 
of men this year, the quality was by no 
means short as exhibited by these pictures 
of the men's "Smokeless Smoker". It was 
a free-for-all affair as pictured in the ac- 
companying photos. Blood flowed freely 
but all who participated in the events en- 
joyed themselves to the extent that they 
are eagerly looking forward to more of the 
same. 




One Hundred Forty-one 



Coach Floyd Millet was nominated by the 
sports writers of the Tribune as having turned 
in the best job of coaching in the conference. 
The Y squad didn't look so good at the begin- 
ning but it innproved mightily with each game 
and ranked with any quint in the league at the 
end of the season. The Cougars finished the 
race with a 50-50 standing, five won, five lost; 
they were the only team to defeat Colorado 
and gave the Utes their toughest battle of the 
eague. The Y quint traveled a long way and 
displayed an outstanding job of coaching and 
playing. 

Below: The crowd waits patiently for the 
Deseret Gym ticket office to open, hoping fer- 
vently that they will see the Cougars whip the 
Redskins. 




One Hundred Forty-two 



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Elnora Boyack 
Anna Jean Bullock 
Carol Bunnell 

Rhoda Vaun Call 
Ru+h England 

Marcia Greenhaw 

Ethel Hogge 
Margie Johnson 

Ardath Louise Lefler 



Yvonne McMurray 
Orpha Moore 
Ada Moulton 



One Hundred Forty-four 



Wkiie K.ef 



Honorary for upper-class women . . . outstanding 
scholars . . . active In extra-curricular . . . club nnost 
coveted by Y coeds . . . issues student directory . . . 
sell bonds and stannps . . . sponsor red cross drives . . . 
are campus minute men . . . seen everywhere and in 
everything . . . celebrated year of service with formal 
dinner-dance. 




Joy Swalberg, President, above. Below, first row: Elaine Nichols, secretary; Doressa Paxman, 
Elizabeth Sander, Dorothy Snow. Second row: Barbara Taylor, vice-president; Mary Whiteley, 
Ruth Wilson. 




One Hundred Forty-five 



y GaicoA^ 




Honorary for lower-class women . . . flash white skirts and sweaters . . . usher 
at all lyceums and assennblies . . . distribute "Y News" . . . sponsor bond drives . . . 
presented Thanksgiving dance . . . collaborated with White Key on stunts at games. 

Officers, left to right: Barbara Bailey, secretary; Elaine Gwynn, vice-president; Ellen Ashworth, 
president; Jean Anderson, reporter. 

Members, front: Margaret Wilson, Margaret Friday, Winnifred Dyches, Virginia Rickenback, 
Cheiko Soda, Shirley Andelin, Elaine Gwynn, Donna Ellertson, Lida Wunderil, Jean Reest,, Mary Smart. 

Center: Ellen Ashworth, Nila Stubbs, Mavis Hafen, Pat Hatch, Phyllis Barnes, Marjory Cottom, 
Lucille Booth, ValDeanne Rice, Marjorie Dyreng, Marjorie Hart. 

Back: Elaine Todd, Jean Anderson, Ann Greaves, Barbara Olpin, Vivian Hoyt, Julie Hansen, 
Barbara Baily, Mary Lou Dixon, Carol Hilton, Maria Forsyth, Mary Ellen Christensen. 




One Hundred Forty-six 



"^keia Alpiia Pkl 




Honorary for campus thespians . . . sponsored "Rebecca" . . . presents College 
Varieties nnonthly . . . always found ushering at department plays. . . . 

Officers, left to right: Ralph Ungerman, sponsor; Ardath Lefler, vice-president; 
Irene Fuller, president. Kathleen Bird, secretary, was absent when picture was taken. 

Members, front: Ada Moulton, Valene Jones, Irene Fuller, Doressa Paxman, Faye 
Hunter. 

Center: Clarence Flngerle, Ruth England, Mary Whitely, Joy Swalberg, Elaine 
Stowell, Ray Jones. 

Back: Kathleen Bird, Barbara Olpin, Elizabeth Sander, Beverly Bean, Marcia 
Greenhaw, and Jean Reese. 




One Hundred Forty-sevon 



Plu Gkl '^keta 




Training to be assistants to 
Alpha Kappa Psi . . . business 
majors . . . haunt Brlnnhall build- 
ing .. . practice the secretary- 
knee connbination . . . capably 
directed by Barbara Bailey, 
treasurer; Elaine Nicholes, presi- 
dent; Anna Stucki, vice-presi- 
dent; Miss Lucille Spencer, 
sponsor; Iris Richardson, secre- 
tary; Norma Forsey, reporter. 

Members left to right, first row: Miss Lucille Spencer, Norma Forsey, Iris Richardson, Elaine Nich- 
oles, Anna Stucki, Barbara Bailey. 

Second row: Meria Bond, Lois Woolf, Rose Mae Swainston, Lucille Richards, Mary EHen Dau- 
walder, Betty Robinson. 

Third row: Carma Adams, Marrial Clark, Yvonne McMurray, Golda Roundy, Lorna Crane, Marian 
Hyde. 

Fourth row: Anita hlyatt, Betty Logsdon, Miriam Dixon, Donna Mae Thirkill, LaRue Cottell, 
Mary Lou Dixon, and Maxine Walker. 



One Hundred Forty-eight 



Qamma Pkl Omlcnmi 

Outstanding majors in Home Economics . . . balance diets and budgets . . . spend three 
months gaining practical experience at the cafeteria . . . train faithfully to become good 
home-makers after the duration . . . Orpha Moore, correspondence secretary; Lillian Chris- 
tensen, reporter; Marian Westenschow, vice president; Ruth Klinger, recording secretary; 
Ruth Wilson, president; and Mrs. Irene Barlow, sponsor; guided the destinies of the organ- 
izations through a full-calendar year. 

Members, left to right, first row: Mrs. Irene S. Barlow, Lillian Christensen, Orpha Moore, 

Marion Westenschow, Ruth Klinger, Ruth Wilson. 

Second row: Mary Roskelly, Miss 
Dortha Reid, Merlene Lovell, Mlharu 
Kawaguchi, Helen Martin, Rhea Has- 
lam. Jean Cox, Helen Shizawa. 

Third row: Mrs. Margaret Harris, 
Rhoda Mae Goats, Madge Bergan. 
Melba Beckman, Olive Fawkes, Nellie 
Bushman, Beth Paul. 

Fourth row: Marge Johnson, Miss 
Mary Kirkham, Miss Eftie Warnick, Miss 
Elizabeth Hill, EInora Boyack, Marrial 
Clark, and Arcilee Allred. 

Absent: Louise Dixon. 




One Hundred Forty-nine 



AiPI'ia ICofifia Pu 




Recently revived after a year of inactivity . . . future financiers 
. . . identified by possession of numerous accounting worl< sheets . . . 
traditionally sponsor the Ad Ball ... led by Harold Robins, vice- 
president; Johnny Walker, president; Lee Olsen, treasurer; Paul 
Knowlton, nnaster of rituals; and Chad Avery, secretary. 

Members are, left to right, front: hlarold Robins, Johnny 
Walker, Chad Avery, Dale Jones, Lee Olson. 

Back: Phil Robinson, George Pringle, hloward Lowe, and Paul 
Knowlton. 



One Hundred Rffy 



VeU GLA 



Honorably released from military service . . . give that needed touch 
of masculine glamor to classrooms . . . needless to say, coeds are inter- 
ested. ... 

Officers, left to right: Sterling Sessions, reporter; Ellsworth Snow, 
vice-president; Winston Woodger, secretary; Leo Dean, president. 

Members, front: Dee Sanford, Sterling Sessions, Leo Dean, Ellsworth 
Snow, Winston Woodger, Guy Van Alstyne. 

Center: George Pringle, Shipley Snow, Sam Uchijama, Laurence 
Young, Boyd Peay, Keith R. Walker. 

Back: David Williams, Glen Bradford, Elliott Airmet, Phil Robinson. 
Rex Madsen, Bob Turner, Frances Workman, Morris Beach. 




One Hundrad Fifty-on* 



^tu(lM QmlA 




Artists all . . . And not a temperament in a carload . . . Mix 
inspiration with honest toil. . . . 

Front, Gwen Sylvester, Vera Birrel!, sponsor, Evelyn Hawkins, 
Carol Bunnell, Vera Babbel. 

Center, Norma Jorgenson, Errolo Lay Rose Taylor, Joyce 
Harris, Mary Smart. 

Back, Elliott Airmet, Priscilla Ludlow, Arva Mercer, Melba 
Beckman, Elaine Lund. 



One Hundred Fifty-two 



^tuoM Qmld 




Resting busy fingers for a brief look-see 
at the cannera. . . . 

Officers, Carol Bunnell, vice-president; 
Vera Babbel, vice-president; Evelyn Haw- 
kins, president; Gwen Sylvester, secre- 
tary. 

Right, Elaine Lund looks fetching in a 
good neighbor costume . . . Even a 
matching hair style. . . . 



I 



One Hundred Fifty-fhree 



MoaA Glui 




Exponents of drannalic art . . . meet Monday evenings . . . thrill to play readings by 
speech majors . . . produce numerous one act plays . . . celebrate Thanksgiving with 
turkey sandwiches . . . complete a busy year with Faye in the leading role as president 
and Ardath Lefler, Mrs. Pardee, Virginia Patton, Dr. Pardee, Jean Reese and Mr. 
Ungerman as a supporting cast. 



One Hundred Fifty-four 



9ntenncitUmai HelaiuMA Gmk 



Interested In current problems . . . rivals of Chicago Round Table . . . 
characterized by intellectual discussions . . . none of those table-pounding 
antics. . . . 

Officers, left to right: Ruth Wilson, fall quarter president; Burt Horsley, 
winter quarter president; and Jean Anderson, vice-president. 

Mennbers, front row: Jean Anne Waterstradt, Ruth Wilson, Agnes Jensen, 
Margaret Wilson, Laurie Teichert. 

Center: West Belnap, Vernon Nielson, Cyril Thomas, Dee Sanford, and 
Paul Knowlton. 

Back: Burt hlorsley, ValDeanne Rice, Jean Anderson, and Melba Granville. 




One Hundred Htty-fiv« 



a)pa^mdn Gum 




Meet twice monthly . . . conduct nneetings in Spanish . . . learn about Spanish speaking 
counfJ-ies . . . have picture shows and often conclude their meetings with food. 

Members, First row, left to right: John Whlttaker, Don Dean, Dean Rigby, Dee Sanford, James Allen, Ross 
Stephenson. 

Second row: Anita Jaramlllo, Maurine Romney, Kathryn Wight, Marjorie Wight, Zona Stewart, Marjorie 
Sutton, Mary Wintch, Ruth .Krebs, Kathleen Bowman, Wesley Baca, Margarita Bautista, Enid Caldwell, Inez 
Payne. 

Third row: Miss Irene Osmond, Mark Graham, Bonnie Burke, Melba Stahle, Winifred Thomas, Glen Marble, 
Frances Workman, Jeanne McQueen, Delsa Smithson, Florence Rigby, Cherry McKay, J. Reuben Clark, III. 

Fourth row: Josephine Dickson, Lula Belle Bamgartner, Lucille Simmons, hielen Mae hiillman, Brookie Cardon, 
Maxine Overlade, Eva Stokes, Orpha Stokes, Ruth Coffin, Sarah Ann Bushman, Imogene Flake, Carma Thacker, 
Norlyene Ohran, Metta Johnson. 

Fifth row: Lourene Johnson, Doris Preece, Veria Christensen, 
Gwen Wahlen, Margaret Zimmerman, Bette Nelson, June Felsch 
Lowry, Shirley McKinney, Dawna Dial. 

Officers above: Mary Beth Pierce, vice-president; Jack Baca, president. Back: Margaret Wilson, secretary; 
Lee Valentine, sponsor; Leone Winegar, reporter. 



Thalia Riggs, Jean Goodrich, Evelyn Riggs, 
Shirlee Christensen, Janet Stringham Shelden 




One Hundred Fifty-six 



^nenck GuJ^ 




French speaking Ysers . . . sponsored very successful Mardi Gras . . . dreann of some day 
visiting gay Paris. . . . 

Members, front row, left to right: Evan Wimber, Velda Drollinger, Donna Mae Thirkill, K'Sfherine Hess, 
Lucille Booth, Marian Robertson, Marian Owens, Donna Ellertson, Professor B. F. Cummings, Professor J. Reuben 
Clark, III. 

Second row: Elaine Stowell, Zola Tanner, Marian Crittenden, Miss Irene Osmond, Vivienne Skorah, Carma 
Adams, Ellen Ashworth, Aileen Hales, Yvonne Jackson, Jeanne Elliott, Margaret Judd. 

Third row: Anna Jean Bullock, Aaron Card, Elaine Anderson, LaRue Wasden, Donna Bean, Carol Sanderson, 
Beth ReNae Larsen, Lorna Koeford, Beatrice Gappmayer, Louise Rohbock, Romona McFarlane. 

Fourth row: Lona Mae Clegg, Virginia Clark, Bonnie Stagg, Mary Jex, Valeea Crowther, Anne Christensen, 
Winnifred Dyches, Helen Keller, Betty Nichols, Afton Taylor, Arva Stander, Virginia Patten. 

Below, officers: Lucille Booth, vice-president; Katherine Hess, president; Marian Robertson, secretary. 

Second row: Harold Lee, sponsor; J. Reuben Clark, III, sponsor. 




One Hundred Fifty-seven 



Ganadku^ GUm 




Smart bunch . . . heeded the call of the Y . . . active in campus affairs . . . 

Officers, left to right: Marjorie Wight, president; Edith Sheppard, secretary; 
Louise Lebaron, vice-president. 

Members, front: Vivian Scorah, Zola Tanner, Zona Stewart, Irene Fuller, Edith 
Sheppard. 

Center: Winston Woodger, Marvin Tory, Aaron Card, Harold Lee, sponsor. 

Back: Nola Forsyth, Audrey Leavitt, Marjorie Wight, Dorothy Lowe, Louise 
Lebaron. 



One Hundred Fifty-eight 



!)(iaMa Gluk 



Lovers of the Gem state . . . favorite dish is potatoes . . . home ties 
strengthened in get-togethers . . . membership entirely feminine this 
year . . . leadership honors go to Olea Mae Babbel, fall quarter president; 
Ruth Klinger, fall quarter secretary; Arva Stander, winter quarter presi- 
dent; Sara Stayner, vice-president; LaDean Richens, secretary. 

Members, leff to right, first row: LaDean 
RIchins, Genill Boweston, Sara Stayner, 
Arva Stander, Olea Mae Babbel, Ruth 
Klinger. 

Second row: Betty Sebree, Ardevee 
Copenhaver, Helen Watklns, Iris Ipsen, 
Jennie B. Jones, Beulab Bell, Nona Mae 
Clegg, Minnie Crane 

Third row: Marjorie Mercer, Ruth Bodily, 
Lorraine Sudweeks, Blllle McCormlck, 
Blanche Kayle, Edith Bregul, Leone WiiSe- 
gar. 

Fourth row: Ruth Coffin, Merle Johnson, 
Mavis Dumnner, Pearl Babbel, Mildred 
Show, Lugene Waddoups, Donna Lan- 
caster, VerJean Holyoak, Veria Chrlstenson. 

Absent: Junella Sanford. 




One Hundred Fifty-nine 



^outke^m Gmk 




Noticeable accents, none . . . 
nevertheless charnning . . . true 
southern belles. . . . 

Officers, left to right: Barbara 
Mullen, president; Leona Farns- 
worth, reporter; Loraine Nichols, 
vice-president; Mary Lee Atlcer- 
son, secretary. 

Members, front: Loraine Nich- 
ols, Barbara Mullen, Leona Farns- 
worth, Mary Lee Atkerson, Nan 
Rae Brossard, Emogene Foutz. 

Center: Twila Bond, Bette 
Nelson, Mary Beth Pierce, Nelda 
Stevens, Kathleen Bownnan, Alberta 
Farnsworth, Madeline Hatch, Doris 
Oliphant. 

Back: Virginia Patten, Betty 
Strickland, Marian Childs, Marian 
Guinn, Geraldine hieatherey, Mar- 
ian Hyde, Ouida Raphiel. 



One Hundred Sixty 



jbi/X/Le^ Gum 



DIXIE CLUB 

Hail from Utah's sunny south and 
adjoining areas . . . Find Provo's 
wintry winters different . . . Even 
boast a few male members. . . . 

Right, officers, Vela Washburn, 
vice-president; Bill Pulsipher, presi- 
dent; Metta Johnson, secretary. 

Below, front, Eldon Hughes, Jay 
Huntsman, Shipley Snow, Bill Pulsi- 
pher, Ellsworth Snow, Burns J. Swapp. 

Center, Mary Wintch, Evelyn 
Hawkins, Vela Washburn, Beverly 
Jensen, Metta Johnson, Rhoda Mae 
Goates, Virginia Woodbury. 

Back, Florence Bailey, Gwen Syl- 
vester, Lois Gardner, Yvonne Jack- 
son, Marrial Perkins, Olive Moody, 
Deanne Syphus. 




One Hundred Sixly-one 




^eUa Plii 



Brotherhood of returned missionaries . . . enjoy nunnerous parties 
. . . love to preach . . . buy pins only to hang them . . . sponsor annual 
student-body Christmas dance. 

West Belnap, President, Morris Bushman, Woodrow Church, 
Donald Cox, Dean Flanders, Burt Horsley, Vice-President, Eldon 
Hughes, Lawrence March, Melvin Peterson, William Pulsipher, National 
Delegate, Welby Ricks, Secretary-Treasurer, Dee Sanford, J. Wyley 
Sessions. Grand Tribune, Grant Skinner, Noel Taylor, Clarence Tuttle, 
Ray Whiting. 



One Hundred S!xty-two 








Promofes Interest in the largest campus group . . . meet weekly 
to settle problems and plan activities . . . guide and control seven 
active chapters. 

Above: Phil Robinson, Buffy Sander, presidents; Ruth Hutchin- 
son, Chauncey Riddle, vice-presidents; Chad Avery, and Lois Woolf, 
secretaries. 



One Hundred Sixfy-three 




Moyle Anderson, Douglas Andrew, CViadwick Avery, Orvin P. Barney, Vice-Presi- 
dent, West Belnap, Morris Bushman, Aaron Card, John Christianson, Clarence Carle, 
Ralph Dalby, Robert Day, Max Fielding, Dean Flanders, Secretary, Ben Homer, Ralph 
Jack, Paul Knowlton, EIrod Leany. 



One Hundred Sixty-four 



AUduz Gkcupie^ 



■ Sheldon Lowry, President, Jack Lewis, Glen Marble, Lawrence 
March, Robert Marshall, Frank Muruoka, Melvin Peterson, Don Reber, 
Welby Ricks, Chauncey Riddle, Keith Rigby, Rolanad Robins, Phil 
Robinson, David Skinner, Cyril Thomas, Keith Walker, Winston 
Woodger, Ted Zaieski. 




One Hundred Sixty-five 



Gm GHa42ie^ 




Iris Akers, Ela'ne Anderson, Merla Dond, Audrey Brinley, Janice Burt, Dove Call, 
Anne Christensen, Virginia Clark, Jean Cox, Anna Davidson, Ruth Elaine Flanders, 
Maria H. Forsyth, Lois Gardner, Gloria Groneman, Marie Harvey, lla Marie Hawker, 
Joy Hill, Marjorie Hurct, Ruth Hutchins, Marvel Johnson. 



One Hundred Sixfy-s!x 



Glu Gko/pien^ 



Merle Johnson, President, Eloise Kay, Iva Kissell, Helen Martin, 
Ruth Martin, LaVieve Monson, Aretta Newren, Mary Lou Ostler, Annie 
Richardson, Dorothy Robinson, Ceclle Romney, Elizabeth Sander, Ruby 
Schwartz, Donna Jean Smith, Dorothy Stout, Jacqueline Sutton, Mar- 
jorie Sutton, Laurie Telchert, Beth Wight, Jean Williams, Ruth Wilson, 
Secretary, Lois Woolf. 




One Hundred Sixty-seven 



Omeaa Gko/pieA^ 




Lois Andrew, Elsbe+h Banger+er, Glen ^th Banger+er, Ka+Ie Barlocker, Beverly Bean, 
Melba Beckman, Eleanore Berrett, Charlotte Bridges, Lucille Buell, Nellie Bushman, Sec- 
retary, Pauline Bushman, Erma Clark, Phyllis Clark, Louise Dixon, Lora Jean Forsey, 
Norma Forsey, Melba Gavoille, Lola Geslison, Joy Hansen, Ethel Hogge. 



One Hundred Sixty-eight 



Omeaa Gko/pie^ < 



Irene Fuller, President, Yvonne Jackson, Metta Johnson, Pauline 
Johnson, Mary Louise LeBaron, Elaine Lund, Carma Jean Mendenhall, 
Jeneal Moody, Ardella Nielson, Maxine Norton, Wealthy Purrington, 
Vice-President, Kathryn Anne Richards, Emnnarene Staheli, Marilyn 
Stevenson, Ruth VanLeuven, Jean Anne Waterstradt, Marjorle Wight, 
Mary Winch, Virginia Woodbury, Jean Woodward, Betty Zeive. 




One Hundred Siity-nine 



pki Gkcupim 




Elayne Allen, Bertha Allred, Clara Anderson, Margaret Anderson, Gay Armstrong, 
Olea Mae Babbel, Pearl Babbel, Vera Babbel, Betty Bailey, Jean Belliston, Mary T. 
Birdo, Barbara Bowen, EInora Boyack, Lona Mae Clegg. LaRue Cottle, Minnie Crane, 
Vonnle Beth Davis, Genevieve Eliason, Barbara Ferrin, Vice President, Olive Fawkes. 



One Hundred Seventy 



PJu Gko/fdm 



Lola Peterson, President, Marion Gardner, Rhoda May Goates, 
Secretary, VerJean Holyoak, Nydria Hunsaker, Elaine Jensen, Ruth 
Klinger, Sybil Lusty, Melba Ottosen, Mary Beth Pierce, LaVee Prisby, 
Betty Jane Roper, Mary Roskelley, Junella Sanford, Mary Skoro, 
Arva Stander, Norma Nell Straw, Elma Terry, Grace Theobald, Carol 
Thornton, Elaine Wood. 




One Hundred Seventy-one 



Pu GUofde^ 




Shirley Andelm, Jean Anderson, Marjorie Anderson, Lyie A+wood, Virginia Ault, 
Dorlnne Bandley, Janet Barclay, June Chytraus, Clella Clark, Ruth Coffin, Lila Eames, 
Jeane Fackrell, Leona Farnsworth, Veria Hele, Margaret Hales, vice-president; June 
hHuber, Mary Donna Jones. 



One Hundred Seventy-two 



Pu GUanie^ 



Beth Paul, President, Eleanore Jorgensen, Secretary, Norma 
■■Jorgenson, Dorothy Lowe, Gladys Lowe, Orpha Moore, Margaret 
Parker, Lillian Rogers, Aleen Sanderson, Carol Sanderson, Lucille 
Simmons, Deanne Taylor, Carma Thacker, Glenna Wallace, LaRue 
Wasden, Carol Wheelwright, Margaret Wilson, Ruth Wilson, Miriam 
Young. 





One Hundred Seventy-three 



^ndll&n Gko/fde^ 




Ka+hleen Bird, Lacy Burgi, Florence Firmage, Vivian Green, Geraldine Hansen, 
Maurine Howell, Anita Hyatt, Vice President, Muriel Jenkins, Shirley Jennens, Helen 
Keller, Barbara Kohler, Eloise Kohler, Beverly Landgren, Betty Logsdon, Katheryn 
Mayer, Ramona McFarland, Jeane McQueen, Legia Mendenhall, Arva Mercer, Anna 
Q. Nllsson. 



One Hundred Seventy-four 



^fMcM. GUa^pien^ 



Virginia Patton, President, LaDeane Pack, Betty Pearson, Anna 
Peterson, Marie Phillips, Ha Jean Potts, Ouida Raphiel, Wanda Ricks, 
Lois Robison, Dorothy Rollo, Edna Ryskannp, Mary Sawyers, Delsa 
Smithson, Mercedes Sorenson, Felice Swain, Secretary, Iris Taylor, 
Ruth Tripp, Lugene Waddoups, Leda Jean Widdison, Carole Wilde. 




One Hundred Seventy-five 




Jean Clark, President, Beula Bell, Edythe Bright, Nan Rae Bros- 
sard, Joan Brough, Anna Joy Bushnnan, Naonni Clark, Veleea Crowther, 
Phyllis Draper, Winifred Ellsworth, Shirley Farnsworth, Secretary, 
Elizabeth Fletcher, Jennie Bea Jones, Margaret Judd, Ruth Krebs, 
Catherine Newman, Lorraine Nichols, Janell Ravston, Arlene Shep- 
herd, Alice Shields, Carol Spicer, Sara Stayner, Betty Strickland, 
Eva Stokes, Orpha Stokes, Janet Stringham, Mavis Whitlock, Margaret 
Zimmerman, Vice President. 




One Hundred Seventy-six 



Dviie^-^&clai l/fmt GouHcil 




Determiners of regulations for the phase 
of social life native only to BYU . . . conn- 
posed of unit presidents ... all delegates 
wield equal power . . . decides fate of regu- 
lation violators . . . presided over by Mary 
Whitely, Casta Tie. 

Top- row, left to right: Lorraine Drissell, 
Fidelas; Verdell Hunt, Nautilus; Margie John- 
son, Alta Mitra. 

Center row: Marian Owens, O. S. Trovata; 
Lucille Sandberg, La Sorella; Dee Sanford, El 
Ano. 

Bottom row: Doressa Paxman, Val Norn. 




One Hundred Seventy-seven 



£IA 



mL 




John Anderson, Douglas Andrew, Bryce Bailey, Ariel 
Ballif, West Belnap, Odell Christensen, Dee Curtis, Robert 
Day, Reed Frost, Clark Sreenhaigh, John Jensen, Andrew 
Kimball, Joe King, Secretary-Treasurer, Ronald Knudson, 
Tom Lee, Reed Mack, Dale McAllister, Roy Olsen, Boyd 
Peay, Dale Peterson, David Pettigrew. 

One Hundred Seventy-eight 




<?/ /fe 



wo- 



Dee Sanford, President, George Pringle,' Bill Pulsipher, Roland 
Rassmussen, Don Reber, Taylor Reynolds, Bill Rutter, Sterling Sessions, 
Gus Shields, Social Chairnnan, Elsworth Snow, Shipley Snow, Vice 
President, Blaine Taylor, Paul Thompson, Reporter, Heber J. Trunnel 
Guy Van Alstyne, John Walker, Neil Vv'elling, Doug V/eIti, Ray 
Whiting, Evan Wimber, hHoward Worthin, Jerry Zenger. 




One Hundred Seventy-nine 



Alia Md/ia 




Deaune Adams, Georganna Adams, Evelyn Anderson, Louise Arave, Janet Baxter, 
Renee Bliss, Jeanne Campbell, Adella Christensen, Vice-President, Verla Christensen, 
Josephine Dixon, Yvonne Drake, Genevieve Eliason, lown Foots, Lora Jean Forsey, Olive 
Fowkes, Leia Guyman, Joyce Hanks, Madeline Hatch, Shirley Jackson, Marvel Johnson. 



One Hundred Eighty 



Alia Md^ia 



Margie Johnson, President, Merle Johnson, Reporter, Blanche 
Koyle, Donna Lancaster, Mildred Liston, Barbara Marshall, Billie 
McCormick, Laurine Mickelson, Roxy Nelson, Florence Parker, Mar- 
jorie Petty, Secretary, Evelyn Riggs, Veloy Singleton, Lorraine Spencer, 
Grace Theobald, Golda thornley, LaVoyle Ward, Leone Winegar, 
Betty Jayne Wood, Jean Woodward. 




One Hundred Eighty-one 



Ge/iia lie 




Arcllee Allred, Bertha Allred Elaine Anderson, Margaret Anderson, Velma Bates, 
Jenna Vee Beck, Elnora Boyack, Faye Brlggs, Beth Clayson, Vice-President, Rita Clement, 
LaRue Cottle, Barbara Crandall, Dawna Dial, Ruth England, Barbara Ferrin, Lorraine 
Freestone, Rhoda Goats, Marcia Greenhaw, Gloria Groneman, Yvonne hiawkins, 
Carol Hilton, Secretary, Dawn Hilton, Maxlne Howes, Shirley Jennens, Edith Jensen, 
Valena Jones, Evelyn Killpack, Ruth Klinger, Marie Marshall, Marjorie Mercer, 



One Hundred Eighty-two 



Ge^ia lie 



. Mary Whi+eiey, President, Ada Moulton, Are+ta Newren, Noralee 
Ohran, Mary Lou Os+ler, Maxine Overlade, Margaret Friday, Jean 
Reese, Reporter, Lucille Richards, Bettye Robinson, Edna Ryskamp, 
Shirley Sanford, Glendora Schwantes, Gloria Schwantes, Vivienne Scorah, 
Florence Simmons, Delsa Smilhson, Helen Spencer, Arva Stander, LaRee 
Swenson, Joy Tangren, Afton Taylor, Barbara Taylor, Jane Thompson, 
Donna Mae Thurlcill, Lugene Waddoups, Jean Anne Waterstradt, Joyce 
Whiting, Elaine Wood. 




One Hundred Eighty-three 




Marjorle Anderson, Virginia Ault, Lucille Barkdull, VanEse Barkdull, Helen Bunnell, 
Helen Clegg, Beth Crandall, Reporter, Juana Elder, Secretary, Jacqueline Foote, Edna 
Holt, June Huber, Helen Keller, Arlene Knudsen, Marjorie Lindstrom, Betty Logsdon, 
Gloria Matthews. 



One Hundred Eighty-four 




Lorraine Drissell, President, Katheryn Mayer, Ardella Nielson, 
Vjvyenne Noble, Elaine Peacock, Betty Pearson, Ann Salisbury, Mary 
Sawyers, Mercedes Sorenson, Nila Stubbs, Jacqueline Sutton, Rosa 
Mae Swainston, iris Taylor, Winifred Thomas, Joy Thompson, Roma 
Jeane Turner, Vice-President, Gwen Wahlen, Marion Westenskow. 




One Hundred Eighty-five 



I^OMiilMA 




Carma Adams, Helen Anderson, Lois Andrev/, Barbara Bailey, Shirley Berrett, 
LaRee Calderwood, Mary Ellen Christensen, Marian Crittenden, Beverly Cronin, Mary 
Ellen Dauwalder, Secretary, Mary Lou Dixon, Gertrude Duckworth, WInnifred Dyches, 
Anne Greaves, Reporter, Geraldine Green, Marcene Hendrickson, Vivian Hoyt, Faye 
Hunter, Frances Hunter, Marion Hyde. 



One Hundred Eighty-six 




Verdell Hunt, President, Geraldine Hea+herly, Geniel Martin, 
Helen Martin, Yvonne McMurray, Betty Nichols, Blanche Oekey, 
Barbara Olpin, Helen Olpin, Mae O'Rourke, Colleen Page, Ines Payne, 
Elaine Paxnnan, Beth Rambeau, Adele Ransbottom, Vice-President, 
Virginia Rickenbach, Colleen Rowan, Beverly Ruoff, Marjorie Scherer, 
Barbara Sherry, Bonnie Wilson. 




One Hundred Eighty-seven 



0. £. '/nMi<xia 




Afton Ahlander, Shirley Andelin, Annette Bailey, Helen Barnum, Carol Bunnell, 
Emelyn Castleton, June Chytraus, Shirlee Christensen, Marjorie Cottam, llah Dean 
Gledhill, Elaine Gwynn, Lorraine Haller, Barbara Hansen, Jean Holbrook, Phyllis 
Hunter, Wilma Hunter, Lyravine Jensen, Dorothea Jones, Neola Jones Treasurer, 
Phyllis Jones, Jane Kirkham, Ruth Linford, Shirlee Locander. 



Ona Hundred Eighfy-eight 



0. S. jnmKzta 



Marian Owens, President, Irene Love, Priscilla Ludlow, Anne May, 
Coralie McCar+y, Dorothy Nichols, Carolyn Olsen, Lona Faun Olson, 
Verda Olson, Secretary, Lucille Paxman, Ruth Redd, Deaun Rhodes, 
Shirley Romney, Shirley Sanford, Mary Jean Skinner, Afton Bryson 
Smith, June Smith, Marie Snell, Dorothy Snow, Vice President, Anna 
Lee Strate, Dorothy Weber. Shirley Wilkes. Lida Wunderli. Reporter, 
Harriet Young. 




One Hundred Eighty-nine 



Vdk 



o^m 




Jean Anderson, Ellen Ashworth, Mary Lee Atkerson, Carol Beck, Lucille Booth, 
Anna Jean Bullock, Bonnie Burke, Rhode Vaun Call, Earlene Christensen, Eloise Chris- 
tiansen, Marrial Clark, Genevieve Coleman, Carol Collard, Bonnie Jean Cromar, Louise 
Dixon, Claire Dyreng, Marjorie Dyreng, Donna Ellertson, Winifred Ellsworth, Ruth 
Ercanbrack, Maria H. Forsyth, Elaine Gaisford, Norma Graehl, Mavis Hafen, Aileen 
hiales, Margaret Hales, Julia Hansen, Rayola Hanseen, Shirley Harding. 



One Hundred Ninety 



Vol J\lonn 



Charlotte , Harris, Marjorle Hart, Vice President, Pat Hatch, 
Kathryn Hess, Ethel Hogge, Agnes Jensen, Lois Johnson, Shirley John- 
son, Mary Donna Jones, Mary Jane Miner, Elaine Nichols, Secretary, 
Edna Nielson, Marjorie Nielson, Billye Olsen, Janis Peterson, Elizabeth 
Sander, Arlene Shepherd, Mary Smart, Joan Spratley, Elaine Stowell, 
Anna Stucki, Treasurer, Joy Swalberg, Zola Tanner, Deanne Taylor, 
Rose Taylor, Elaine Todd, Carol Wheelwright, Margaret Wilson, Re- 
'porter, Miriam Young. 




One Hundred Ninety-one 




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Lucille Sandberg, President, Rhea Haslem, 
Pauline Johnson, Marian Muir, Nial Olsen,' 
Doris ?TQece, Janet Rasband, EIna Stuler. 




One Hundred Ninety-two 



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One Hundrad Ninety-thr** 



Pne44de4d Mc J^cmcM 



Below: President Howard McDonald, and daughter 
Melva, in the garden of their Salt Lake City home! 







One Hundred Ninety-four 



PneA^de^d Mc ^cmcdd 




Our new president exempli-fies true Latter-day Saint leadership. His years of study 
and activity in varied educational pursuits have but served to augment the zeal and 
enthusiasm with which he has performed noteworthy service to the Church. Without 
compromise he has vitalized his religious ideals and service to the young people of the 
nation through an intensive and unselfish activity. 



One Hundred NInefy-fivo 



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The banyan tree Is a large East Indian fig tree from tVie 
branches of which aerial roots descend into the ground and 
form accessory trunks or supports, which spread over a great 
surface. 

President Karl G. Maeser believed that BYU was, like the 
banyan tree, the parent trunk of a great educational system. 
From this ideal came the name, '2>an-jaa, for the university annual. 

And so our 'Stanyan is emblematic of the huge educational 
system and friendly tradition of the Y, dreamed of by President 
Maeser. In accordance with its great ideal, we have tried to 
treasure away in the memory of each of you, the friendships 
you have formed, the bonds you have made, and more than 
this, the true meaning and purpose of Brigham Young University, 



One Hundred NInety-tix 



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One Hundred Ninety-seven 




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THIS IS it: 

DOWN IN THE CATACOMBS/ n -_ "n 

OF OUR BEUDVED UNIVERSITY, 

IN THE DAMP . DARK CELLS 

BELOW THB ADMINISTRATION 

BUILDING, THERE IS A ROOM 

TO WMICH ONLY BUNYAN 

EDITORS HAVE THE SK£LBTOHS, 
THE KEY. HERE WE FIND 
THE TPUE CHARACTERS, 
AND THE. BLACK PASTS OF 
EVERY STUDENT AND PACULTY 
MEMBER AT BRIG HAM YOUNG 
UN/VERSITY. 

NOBODY WHO GNBS A DARN A&Out 
HAVING FRIENDS OR INFLUENCIN6 
PEOPLE WOULD UNDERTAKE BRINGING 

SINS AMD STRANGE SIGHTS INTO 
THE LIMELIGHT, 50 WE BUNYAN 
EDITORS (keepers OF THE CORN) 
ARE DOING IT. '^ 

HERETOFORE IN THIS BOOK 
PROFESSIONALS OF ALL TRADES/ 
HAVE BEEN STRIVING TO F I X 

VOU UP SO YOU LOOK THE _ 

WAY YOU WANT TO LOOK', WE ARE- ?fo6« ^r"' 

SH0WIN6 YOU AS YOU LOOK TO THE PES^T OF US. 
IN OTHER WORDS THIS IS THE ONLV TRUE PART 
OF THE BOOK . 





POME- 



YOU NBBDN'T LOOK 

AND DONT TRY 

FOR WHAT ' YOU 

PURE FUN 

MIGHT DRAG YOU 

MUD. 



SELF RIGHTBOUS 

BEING SMUG 
THOUGHT WAS 



IN THE. 



YOU HOPE 



One Hundred Ninety-eight 




Anew star h^s aR'Sen in the Fif?MAN»tNT 

SCOFF IP YOO VVILX- IT IS PERMANEtsiT', 

APOLLO AND ATLAS SFANO ABASHED 
AMBIT(0US HOPES ABOUT THEM DASHED, 
AS WIMAN BUNYAN TAKES HIS STAND, 
THE MIGHTIEST HERO N THE UAND^ 
SUPERMAN IN SHAPOW SHRINKS 

AND WONDERS WHAT HIS PU3L(C THINKS, 
"PERHAPS." ME FONDERS'MF I BUT EAT ., 
MOpE WHEATIES AND SOME RAi/VER MFAT? 
OF ALL THOSE GREAT WHOM EVERYONE KWows 
R)(? FFATS OF Sn?FNGTH AND VAN^(ilSHED FOES 
TVERE IS BUT ONE To LOUD ACCLAIM 
THIS UPSTARTS SOPDEN R|SE^ 10 FAME 
Wim PARENTAL PRIDE FAUL BUNYAN CPjES 
SOM Y-MAN'S PRAISES' TO THG S\^(ES 
UNTIL. INDEED, THE HEAVENS (POAKE 
AND WONDER MOW THE HELLTOMAKe 
THE DREApraL DIN ON B^F?rH TO CB^SZ 
TMAT TMl5 DISTURBS THE AN6ELS pE/VEE 
AND YET OF ALL THE ENVIOUS MOST 
TNERf 15 NdT ONE DENIES THE BOAST 

AND S"O0N ALL MOICBS JOIN THE CtiUR' 
^Yh is , WYM AN Bun VAN'S YE^A r" 




One Hundred Ninety-nine 




Two Hundred 



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Good music is o tradition 

at Brigham Young University. 

LeRoy J. Robertson and the Symphony Orchestra 

recreating the superb magic of beauty . . . 

John R. Halliday and the Concert Band 

carrying on Professor Sauer's inspired tradition . . . 

The Madsens leading o hundred voices raised in song— 

These ore proud moments 

in the life of a great cultural center. 



And in drama — who has not heard 

of the work of Dr. and Mrs. Pardee? 

The humor, the warmth, the richness, the pathos of the lives 

of men in countless generations 

spring to life on their inspired stage. 

The enjoyment 

of such notable cultural achievement, it was felt, 

should not be limited 

to its home audience in Central Utah. 

Hence, KSL is glad to present 

many of the University's fine productions. 

With the magic of its unseen wings, 

KSL brings to a great cultural tradition 

the larger audience if deserves. 




Two Hundred One 



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VOUR CONFIDENCE IS OUR ONE 
IRREPEACEABEE ASSET 



We aren't kicking about our wartime headaches 
... If we can't buy as many of the chairs and 
bedroom suites in the styles you want, that is 
a small item compared to winning a war. But 
we do want .you to know that, in spite of service 
and merchandise limitations, we are irrevocably 
determined not to compromise with the stand- 
ards of quality and integrity that have built 
up our most priceless asset . . . your confidence. 
You can buy here now, as at any time, knowing 
any purchase will be a worthwhile investment. 
You may not be able to get everything you want 
at any time, but you can be assured that if it is 
not a fine design, a sound value . . it would not 
be on our floors. That is because we prize your 
confidence above all things, and respect your 
tapte for finer home furnishings. 



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TAYLOR BROS. CO. 

SINCE 1866 





A Growing Prove is proud to house and welcome B. Y. U. 
And Its Students 



Two Hundred Two 



4 ex I Ml tics; C_-^ . 

Mu buf vueVe acfwe. ! 
SSfecial'u s<» me o-f \x.%.Xr\ 
T^c^; 5«>*ne of' u-s ave 50 acfioe. 
ujc dovi'-T Jo anui^»»n^ bu^" be 
dcVwe J uJe cari'u +Ue b<A*-<iens 
0^ -the- school j uj€- uJork • 
LUC S\av/€ ^of a mere, -pMhance- 
tue ave i'We 'prolct'a vja+fe «je^ 
are VVie aviderdo^ of -tnc uv\«lef- 

earl^ a««l ^o fo b«^ -^oo \a.fe_. 
Spe«nd ou.K ovovY monct/ avaj 

neoeK ^eV-pa-Jd. lJ<iVe FooVs ; 



SPOTUGHT ON . . . 

Beauty .. Permanence .. Economy 

Armstrong's 

ASPHALT TILE 

UGS 

ACOUSTONE 

Armstrong's 

CUSHIONTONE 

Plan for Beauty and Permanence With 

GENUINE TILE 

For Public Buildings, Bathrooms, Kitchens, 
Drainboards, Floors, and Walls 

ELIAS MORRIS & SONS 
COMPANY 

80 Years of Service 
250 East South Temple Salt Lake City, Utah 



30 South 
First Wot 




PROVO, UTAH 



ComrmtciaL 
£P%Lntsr± 




Office Forms 



Publishers 




Two Hundred Three 




TRAILWAYS UNION BUS DEPOl 

100 N. University PROVO P hone; 1277 

American Smelting and 
Refining Company 

Has Always Offered an 

UNFAILING MARKET 

. . . For . . . 

ORES CONCENTRATS 
FURNACE PRODUCTS 

LAPGE OR SMALL LOTS 



COPPER SMELTER 
Garheld. Utah 



LEAD SMELTER 
Murray, Utah 



IT PAYS TO KEEP CLEAN 

All schools, unversities an^HflS^Kl^ 
use our clean linen, esp^^y bur 
cloth continuous towel service^ ■ 

This is a Utah patent and is now 
used all over the world 

PATRONIZE YOUR OWN 
STATE'S INDUSTRIES 



American Linen Supply Co. 

33 East 6th South 
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH 



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Ore Purchasing Department 

700 McCornick Building, Salt Lake City, Utah 

UTAH, NEVADA, IDAHO 

Two Hundred Four 




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Two Hundred F!ve 




To Know "Mormonism" You Must Know 



JOSEPH SMITH 



READ: 



JOSEPH SMITH, AN AMERICAN PROPHET 
By John Henry Evans (1933) 

TEACHINGS OF THE PROPHET JOSEPH SMITH 
By Joseph Fielding Smith (1940) 

JOSEPH SMITH, THE PROPHET 
By Preston Nibley (1944) 

JOSEPH SMITH, PROPHET-STATESMAN 
By George Home Durham (1944) 

HISTORY OF JOSEPH SMITH 

By Lucy Mack Smith, His Mother 
(Third printing 1945) 



DESERET BOOK COMPANY 



P. O. Box 958 



44 East South Temple Street 
Salt Lake City 10, Utah 

"The Book Center of the Intermountain West" 

Please send for our price list 



Two Hundred Six 




OKuiCll, V^nj? 



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"VWE ASSEMBLEY VViLL NOW 
BE TURNED OVER To VELMA BATES.^ 



Two Hundred Seven 




To Our Millions of Valued 
Customers: 

Complete Maintenance Service is in operation 
in 400 cities from coast to coast with up-to-date 
equipment, methods and factory school trained 
service men for all makes of typewriters as well 
as for Underwood Hliott Fisher Accounting 
Machines and Adding Maahines. 

Ribbons, Carbon Rolls and Carbon Paper- 
Complete lines are available for all makes of 
machines. 



Underwood ElKott Fisher 
Company 

ONE PARK AVENUE, NEW YORK, N. Y, 



LEWIS 
r LADIES' STORE 

PROVO. UTAH 

"IT'S SMART TO BE THRIFTY" 

Always First with the Newest in 

Ladies' and Children's Wearing Apparel. 

Sport Togs and Play Shoes 

| >» 

Compliments of . . . 

S. H. KRESS <S CO. 

PROVO, UTAH 
5-10-15-25 cent Store 



NO CHEEKlNG/if 



Bui LOIN G f 



Two Hundred Eight 




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Millions of young American hearts hold treasured 
memories of yesterday and bright hopes for tomor- 
row. And we, too, like to look ahead to the time 
when the last shot will be fired and hopes and 
plans can be realized. Perhaps o new home for 
those whom war separates today . . . perhaps a 
new business venture to be financed. In these and 
many more ways this bank looks forward to serv- 
ing you in the post-war years with ever increasing 
financial facilities. 



Notional Association 




FIRST SICIHHTY BANK 



Member FOiC 



MEMBER BANK of FIRST SECURITY CORPORATION 



Member Federal Reserve System 



Two Hundred Nine 
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GAS 



QUICK . CHAN . DtriNDAtLt 
FLIXIIll . ICONOMtCAi 



The Magic Flame That Will 
Brighten Your Future 

MOUNTAIN FUEL 
SUPPLY COMPANY 



WELLIN Or 





If It's To Clean With - We Have It 

For Maintenance and Sanitation — Public Build- 
ings or Your Own Homes and Buildings 

Floor Maintenance 



Soaps and Dispensers 

Deodorant Blocks 
Sanitation Chemicals 



Waxes ■ Oils - Polishes 
Brushes, Mops, Supplies 

We invite you to write us about your sanita- 
tion and maintenance problems. 



Magic Chemical Company 



135 East 2nd South 

Salt Lake City 



Td. - 3-7162 



jiOwe/iB J0fi Sve/iy Occasm 
Provo Greenhouse 

Pnone 8-0 \^«ere the. Flovoers Grove " 

^^ I st South and 2nd West Provo 



Two Hundred Ten 






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facu.\f i«S at'ou.t'US ataa some dovi'+j 

Ou-f TacuLlrn rr\au no+ be ^ooi 
looK^>V7g,-V^»euVe ju5f loaJso-f fun 

ThauVe- Kcavlcj ^y^arxi \-e\las y 

StaWksJ and -Hici^Ve Uads o4^ 
FUN ! 



Superior Work Demands 

Superior Equipment 

We Will Furnish the Equipment — You 
Furnish the Work 

Utah-Idaho School Supply 
Company 

Everything for Office and Schools 
155 So. State St. Salt Lake City 



Lovinger's Insecticides, Disinfectants 

Liquid and Jelly Soaps, Janitorial Supplies 

Lovinger Disinfectant Co. 

"HOUSE OF QUALITY AND SERVICE" 
Lee Lovinger, President and Gen. Manager 

-•- 

311 - 319 South West Temple Street 
Salt Lake City, Utah 



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tVERVoNE 5HOUI-P HAVE. A l?LA. I?LA opiNiOM A 3*007- 
THE DuM BARTON oaKeSbklSo we'll AU-vv r ire Letters 
TM E i-o6Al?IT H M OF -Zh^v^ TMiS" \Sthe F I N EST L-Yceom 

^^^^^'^^Sv^^^ ^/J^ ^^^^ ^'"^ KLA.FLA LYCEUM FK08LEM 
^ \ ^^NNOTAtWkj ANt> MAODE .^AJO^^EARL HoW COuLO 
••"--" gEEN 6-OBLlMD, WITH IT." 



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Two Hundred Eleven 




General 

Photographic 

Supplies 



155 South Main Street 

Salt Lake City 12, Utah 



FOR GIFTS THAT ENDURE 

\ Go''; to Your Nearest 



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.'.O. C. Tanner 
• Jewelry Store 



O. C. Tanner Jewelry Co. 

"Five Stores of Beautiful Rings" 

Salt Lake City 
Nephi Murray Brigham City 



C oocval o\r<^aw «z.af \ovT$ : 

To be^on^ -t"o e.veKi^ c"'^- 
OK^ - oi^gamzaTiov^ in school i^ 
i-Sie, Sole avwbif ion o-feveru 
alevl' college l^fes^imavi. Avt«i 



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T^ar •H'OS'a. u)ho hav£. 



ScWool vj^ovK aK<i tionV knou) aJ^uT 
R G A VIZ /\T 1 h^ S , u;e olle.- 

Cveruftne belongs- 

A- VS. i OY^3 Viiia^iav} fbr ii)oniTeia 
L. t7.S. : or^arttxay^ov) for K',*^v>t'«ott^ 

fo v4Kos^ ui'i+Vi^Zo.fto ^ 




Two Hundred Twelve 



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going -fa a.na+-har- 




'Come ooL-r fo-t-Vitt. 
uo«jL cure Kui /• 



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Two Hundred Th!r(e*n 



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HEADQUARTERS FOR FURNITURE 

VALUES 

Think of us when you think of buying 
furniture . . . and be sure of getting 
honest vaiues and up-to-the-minute 
styles! 

A YEAR TO PAY! 

Use our easy credit plan and enjoy 
your furniture while paying for it. Take 
up to a whole year to pay! 



STANDARD FURNITURE 
COMPANY 

7 to 15 Main Street 
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH 



Two Hundred Fourteen. 




IN TRIBU-TE 



HOvV CAN WE , SAPE AND SHELTERED AT HOME 
PAY TRIBOTE "TO THOSE MEN AHD WOMEM Ar WAR , MC N 
WHO HOU(?l_V BRAVE DEATH IN ITS SRIIMEST FORM ■ WOMEN 
WHO WOffK WNTIR»rsGL>< AMONG THE WOUNDEP Ar<D THE- 
DYINS ? TO US THE GVMNASIUM FLeoR" IS A RETLD OF 
battue; we CHEEF? WIJ-DLV For? OUR TEAM. FORGETFOU 
FOR THE MOrwENT CF ANOTHER TEAM FK5HTING ON 

KATTLc Fields l^! all parts of the worup. wow 

CAN WE, WHO HAVE- NCVER FEUT THE TERROR op BATTLE 
NOR £ErN THE BLOOD OF A FALLEN COMRADE, BUT ONLV 
EAT AND SLEEP AND STOI3Y. HoW CAN WE APPRECIATE 
THE VALOR OF OOP FISHTINS MEN? MOW CAN WE PAY 
TPI3UTE TO THE PEAO? 

WE CANNOT. Bor WHILE RECOGNIZING THE VAST 
CONTRAST BETWEEN OUR PEACEFUL WORLD AND 
THEIR WORLD OF PEATH AND FESTRUCTION . WE ARC AWftRe 
OF 0«JF7 ONENESS- OF PURPOSE . THE EMPTY FOOTBALL FIELD, 
SERVICE FLASS IK THE WINDOWS, NEWSPAPER HEADLINES, 
6/l?cS IN ALLEN HALL, pATE LESS pANCES. FEMININE VOICES 
E\/EPY WHERE, ARE E/ER- PRESENT REMINDERS OF ABSENT 
CLASSMATES AND OP A JOB TO PE DONE. EVEN THOSE 
OF US WHO MAve NEVER tCNOWN COLLEGE LIFE EXCEPT IN 
WARTIME. WHO MAVE NEVER SEEN A COLLESE FOOTBALL GAME 
NOR ATTENDeo A OONIOR PROM i WE TOO FEEL THE COMPELLING 
URGENCY ©rOOR* TASK. 

OpON THE ASHES OF THIS HOLOCAUST WE MUST BUILD A 
NEW WORLD-, BUT TIME IS SHORT AN P WE CANNOT WAIT TILL 
VICTORY \S W/OKi. THE WORK IS ALREADY BEGUN , ANO TO ITS 
ADVANCEMENT WE MUST BRING OUR GREATEST EFFORT. 
MlSTOF?Y SHOWS US TOO CLEARLY THE: IMMENSITY OF ©OR 
TASK AND TME UNCERTAINTY OF ITS SOCGESs.HUT F«?ON\ 
HISTORY we MAY ALSO LEARN WMV PAST GENERATIONS 
FAILED. WE MAV LEARN HOW TO OSB CXJR INCREASINS 
KNOWLEDGE NOT FOR OESTRUCTION 3U T FOR MAN'-S 
KETreRMENT- ReALlXlNG THIS", CAN WE^ DO L.ESS THAN 
OUR BES'T'. 

IP WE STOPENTS ,THEN, HAVE fK TRIBUTE: TO FAY 
OUR S'ERVICEMFM, IT CANNOT t?E EypRE5"SE-p iW 
WORDS' IT MUST BE PROVED iN ACTION- WC WILL AVAIL. 
O0[?SEL\/ES OF THESE OPPORTUNITIES Op LEARNING WHICH WAR 
WAS PENIE-P SO MANY , WE WILL ^TUDY MORE: DILIGENTLY AND 
|?RAY MORE EARNESTLY THAT,^p<rHRO OoR COMBINED EFFORTS 

WILL BE ^^^ ESTABUSHED. 





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5upf»^*Y0UR RED CROSS 



Two Hundred Fifteen 



Always in Goqd Taste 

A lovely box of Glade's delicious 
Chocolates is the perfect gift ... so 
right for graduation, birthdays, 
and every special occasion. 




Glade Candy Company 



Salt Lake City. Utah 



FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK 

PROVO, UTAH 
unaa rtDOJO. oEPOsn insuijlncc coipoeation 




FOR FINE WOOLENS 
YOUR BEST BUYS ARE AT 



The Original 

UTAH WOOLEN MILLS 



28 Richards Street 



Salt Lake City 



Two Hundred Sixteen 




Two Hundred Seventeen 




■SWAHMBjeilBf flu 'Vj»'.5!a(»taBW- 



STUDENT UNION 
The post-war Y campus has long since passed the dream stage. 
With the Student Union Building Fund swelling daily, University officials 
are waiting only for the green light of victory to give the full-speed 
ahead sign on the project. The erection of the building will add student 
offices and needed recreational facilities to accommodate the influx of 
students who will resume their educational programs at the close of the 
war. Your contribution to the building fund will be welcomed and appre- 
ciated. 



Two Hundred Eighteen 



INDEX FOR FACULTY 



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Andrus, J. Roman, 28 

Barlow, Irene S., 26. 149 
Billing, K/Uy. 26 
Birrell. Vera, 27, 152 
Booth, Lillian C„ 27 
Booth, Louis, 28. 35, 37 
Boyle, William H., 25 
Britsch, Ralph A., 27 
Brough, unice, 28, 30 
Bryner, Loren C, 26 
Buggert, Gustave, 27, 37 
Butt, Newbren I., 27 

Calne, Julia Alleman. 28 

Call, Lorna, 28 

Carroll, Elsie C, 26 

Christensen, Parley, 24 

Clarice, A. John, 27 

Clarlc, Herald R., 23 

Clark, James R., 28 

Clarlc, J. Reuben III, 28, 156, 157 

dinger, Morris M., 27 

Coffman, W. Elmo, 26, 42 

Crandall, Lars, 29 

Croft, Evan M., 27 

Crowton, David M., 28 

Cullimore, Lloyd L., 24 

Cummings, Benjamin F., 24. 157 

de Jong, Gerit Jr., 23, 37 
Dixon, Fred W., 26 
Driggs, H. Wayne, 26 
Eyring, Carl F., 23 
Fisher, Flora D.. 27 



Geertson, O, Norman, 28 

Haggerty, Charles, 29 
Hale, Wayne B., 25 
Hall, Katharine B., 29 
Halliday, John R., 26, 35 
Hammond, May C 26 
Hansen, George H., 23 
Hanseon. William F.. 26 
Harris, Margaret O., 29, 149 
Harris. Franklin S., 6, 8. 9, 19 
Harrisorx. Bertrand F.. 25 
Hart, Anna Boss. 28 
Hart. Charles J.. 25 
Hawker. Afton, 28 
Hayes. John E.. 26 
Haymore. Franklin R.. 27 
Hayward, Lynn C. 26 
Hill, Elizabeth. 29, 149 
Hotbrook, Leona, 25 
Hoyt, Harrison Val, 24 

Jackson, Elda, 29 
Jensen, Christen, 10, 23 
Jensen, C. La Voir, 27 
Jenson, Edgar M., 25 
Jensen. J. Marinus. 24 

Keeler. Joseph J,. 28 
Kirkham. Mary. 29. 149 
Knight, Hattie M.. 28 
Lambert, Asael C. 23 
Larsen, Bent F.. 24 
Larsen, La Preal W.. 29 
Law, Reuben D.. 25 



Lee, Harold, 27, 58, 157 
Lee, Wilford D., 27 
Lloyd. Wesley P.. 32 

Madsen. Florence J.. 24 

Madsen. Franklin. 24 

Maeser, Georgia, 26 

Marshall, Milton. 24 

Martin. Thomas L.. 23 

Maw, Charles E., 24 

Merrill, Amos N.. 23 

Miller. Elmer. 24 

Miller. Karl. 29 

Miller. George L., 29 

Millett, Floyd, 27, 134, 146, 147 

Morrell, Kathryn, 29, 37 

Morley, Alonzo, 25 

Morton, Ermel, 29 

McCallister, J. W., 27 

McDonald, 194, 195 

Nicholes, Joseph K.. 25 

Ollerton. Anna. 26 
Osmond. Irene. 26. 156. 157 

Pardoe. T. Earl, 24. 54. 154 
Pardee. Kathryn. 29. 42. 54. 154 
Peterson. Dean A.. 28 
Peterson. Hermese. 25 
Peterson, Hugh W., 2 
Poulson, M. Wilford, 24 
Reed, Dortha, 28, 149 
Rich, Norma, 27 
Richardson, Beth, 29 



Roberts, Bertha, 26 
Robertson, LeRoy J„ 24, 37 
Rowe, Ed M., 25 

Sauls, Keifer 6., 21 
Session, James Wyley, 25, 162 
Smart, Nettie Neff, 22 
Snell, Morris, 25, 29 
Snow, William J., 24 
Snow, Edna, 26 
Sparks, Le Roy, 29 
Spencer, Lucille, 28, 148 
Speery, Sidney B., 25 
Sudweeks, Joseph, 25 
Swenson, John C, 24 
Swenson, Russel, 25 

Tanner, Orea B., 27 
Tanner, Vasco, 24 
Tuttle, L. Elliott, 27 

Ungermah, Ralph 28, 54, 147, 154 

Valentine, Lee B., 28 

Wallace, M. D., 29 
Warnick, Effie, 24, 149 
Wing, John H., 27 
Woolf, Golden L., 25 

Young, Karl, 25 



NDEX FOR STUDENTS 



Adams, Carma. 75. 148, 157. 186 

Adams. Deaun. 35. 87. 180 

Adams, Georganna. 75. 180 

Ahlaoder. Afton. 188 

Airmet. Elliot. 75. 151. 152 

Akers. Iris. 87. 166 

Aldrich. Marian. 75 

Allen. Elayne, 65. 170 

Allen. James. 156 

Allred. Arcilee. 65. 149. 182 

Allred. Bertha. 87. 110. 182 

Allred. Edna. 38 

Andelin, Shirley, 75, 146, 172, 188 

Anderson, Betty, 87 

Anderson, Betty Marie, 38, 87 

Anderson, Clara, 75. 170 

Anderron. Elaine. 65. 107. 157. 

166. 182 
Anderson, Evelyn. 57. 180 
Anderson. Helen, 87, 186 
Anderson, Jean, 75, 146, 155, 172, 

190 
Anderson, John, 87,, 178 
Anderson, Margaret, 87, 170, 182 
Anderson, Marjorie, 75, 172, 184 
Anderson, Moyle, 164 
Anderson, Thiele, 38 
Andrew, Douglas, 87, 164, 178 
Andrew, Lois. 75. 186. 188 
Arave. Louise. 87. 115. 180 
Armour. Wanda Mae. 87 
Armstrong. Gay. 75. 140. 170 
Ashpole, Pauline, 38, 87 
Ashworth, Ellen, 76, 114. 146. 157. 

190 
Astin. Marion. 87 
Atkerson. Mary Lee. 75, 160, 190 
Atkinson, Elva, 75 
Atwood, Lyie, 75, 172 
Ault, Virginia, 75, 172, 184 
Avery, Chadwick, 57, 150, 163, 



164 
Ayers, Alma, 75, 140 

Babbel, Olea Mae, 65, 159, 170 

Babbel, Pearl, 87, 159, 170 

Babbel, Vera, 75, 152, 153, 170 

Baca, Jack, 76, 156 

Baca, Wesley, 156 

Bailey, Ann, 87 

Bailey, AnneHe, 87, 188 

Bailey, Barbara, 75, 146, 186 

Bailey, Barbara, 148 

Bailey, Betty, 87, 107, 170 

Bailey, Bryce, 76, 134, 178 

Bailey, Florence, 161 

Bailey, Maynard, 134 

Baird, Lucille, 87 

Ballard, Nadine, 87 

Ballard, Rebecca, 37, 65 

Ballard, Thomas, 87 

Ballif, Jr., Ariel, 35, 37, 118. 119, 

178 
Ballif, Joan, 87 

Bamgartner, Lula Belle, 87, 156 
Bandley, Dorinne, 76, 172 
Bangerter, Elsbeth, 38, 87, 168 
Bangerter, Gleneth, 87, 168 
Barclay, Janet, 38, 76, 172 
Barkdull. Lucille, 184 
Barkdull, VanEse, 184 
Barlocker, Katie, 38, 65, 168 
Barnes, Phyllis, 37, 76, 172 
Barney, Orvin P., 76, 164 
Barnum, Helen, 88, 188 
Barrett, Darrell, 130 
Barrett, Eleanor, 38 
Barrett, Larence, 35, 65 
Bateman, Gwen, 38, 88 
Bates, Velma, 57, 82, 182 
Bautistav*' Margarita, 88, 156 
Baxter, Janet, 38, 88, 180 



Beach, Morris, 15! 

Bean, Donna, 157 

Bean, Beverly, 53, 57, 147, 168 

Bean, Phillip, 88, 107 

Beatty, Florence, 65 

Beck, Carol, 76, 190 

Beck, Jenna Vee, 35, 88, 182 

Beck, Shirley, 37 

Beckman, Melba Marie, 65, 149, 

152, 168 
Bell, Beula. 88, 159,176 
Belliston, Jean, 88, 140, 170 
Oelnap, Bryan West, 20, 53, 65, 

71, 118, 1^5, 162. 164. 178 
Bench, John, 37 
Bennett, Emma, 76 
Berqan, Madge. 149 
Berkhimer, George R., 88 
Berrett, Eleanore, 88, 168 
Berrett, Shirley, 76, 186 
Berry, June, 76 
Bingham, Afton Mae, 88 
Bird, Beverly, 88 
Bird, Kathleen N., 65, 174 
Bird, Virginia, 38 
Birdo, Mary, 65, 170 
Bliss, Mary Renee, 88, 180 
Bluth, Dewey C, 42, 43 
Bodily, Ruth, 88, 159 
Bodmer, Myrle Lucille. 88 
Bond, Meria, 38, 65, 148, 166 
Bond, Tuila Mae, 35, 88. 160 
Booth. Lucille. 46. 76. 105. 117. 

146. 157. 190 
Borgeson. Jo Marie. 35. 37. 76 
Borgeson, Lavina. 35. 37 
Bowen. Barbara, 88, 170 
Boweston, Genill, 159 
Bowman, Kathleen, 88, 156, 160 
Boyack, Elnora Louise, 52, 65, 71, 

120. 144. 149, 170, 182 



Boyer, Genevieve, 76 

Boyer, Leah, 88 

Bradford, Lester Glenn, 151 

Bradley, Faye Ora, 88 

Bregul, Edith, 159 

Bridges, Charlotte Marie, 65, 168 

Briggs, Faye, 35, 88, 182 

Bright, Edythe, 88, 176 

Brimhall, Betty, 105, 140 

Brimley, Elaine, 37, 88 

Brimley, Inez, 88 

Brinley, Audrey, 38, 88, 166 

Broderick, Clara, 38, 88 

Brossard, Nan Rae, 88. 160, 176 

Brough, Joan, 88, 176 

Brough, Sheila, 89 

Brown, Jack, 37 

Brown, Lou Anne, 35 

Browning, Norma Marie, 89 

Buel, Lucille, 89, 168 

Bullock, Anna Jean, 37, 38, 52, 66, 

144, 147, 190 
Bunderson, Grace, 76 
Bunnell, Carol Roberts, 38. 57. 

144. 152, 153. 188 
Burgi, Lacy Leone. 38. 46. 71. 174 
Burgon. Madge, 66 
Burgon, Helen M,, 57 
Burke, Bonnie, 89, 156, 190 
Burleigh, LeRoy R., 76 
Burt, Janice, 89, 166 
Burton, Agnes Jean, 76 
Bushman, Anna Joy, 89, 176 
Bushman, Morris, 66, 76, 162, 164 
Bushman. Nellie, 149, 168 
Bushman, Pauline, 89, 168 
Bushman, Preston J., 130 
Bushmanr Sariah Ann, 38, 89, 156 
Butler, Jessie Fern, 76 
Bybee, Julia Louise, 57 



Two Hundred Nineteen 



Calderwood. La Ree, 38, '9, '8& 

Caldwell. Enid. 89. 156 

Call. Dove, 87, 166 

Call, Rhoda Vaun, 57. 144, 190 

Campbell, Jeanne Leone, 180 

Card, Aaron, 35, 46, 53. 76. 110, 

114, 157, 158, 164 
Cardon, Brookie, 156 
Carlyle Maretta, 89 
Carter. LaVeHa, 89 
Carter, Phyllis, 89 
Castieton, Emeleyn. 188 
Chatterton. Wayne. 57. 54 
Chaknias. Garefatia. 89 
Chapman. Helen. 57 
Child. Marian, 35, 160 
Child, Maurine, 76 
Christensen, Adella. 57. 140. 180 
Christensen. Anne. 38. 89. 157. 

166 
Christensen, Deola. 89 
Christensen. Dorothy. 37, 89 
Christensen, Earlene, 77. 190 
Christensen, Elayne, 77 
Christensen, lone, 38 
Christensen, Joan. 89 
Christensen. Karma. 57 
Christensen, Lillian, 57, 149 
Christensen, Mary Elien, 77. 114, 

115. 146. 186 
Christensen, Odell, 66, 178 
Christensen, Reed, 35, 89 
Christensen, Shirlee, 89, 156, 188 
Christensen, Veria, 38, 89. 156, 

159, 180 
Christiansen, Carol, 89 
Christiansen, Eloise, 89, 190 
Christiansen, John, 50. 75. 114. 

164. 
Christiansen, Nola, 38, 90 
Church, Woodrow, 66, 162 
Chytraus. June, 77. 172, 188 
Clark. Bettie LaRue. 38 
Clark. Clarence. 77. 164 
Clark. Clella. 38. 90. 172 
Clark. Erma. 77. 168 
Clark, Jean, 90, 176 
Clarw, Marrial, 66, 148, 149, 190 
Clark, Naomi, 30, 176, 90 
Clark, Phyllis, 66, 168 
Clark. Virginia. 77. 157. 166 
Clayson. Beth. 52. 57. III. 182 
Clegg, Helen, 35, 37, 184 
Clegg, Lona. 38, 90, 157, 159, 170 
Clement, Rita, 38, 90, 182 
Coffin, Ruth, 38, 90, 182 
Coffman, Indon, 42 
Coleman, Genevieve, 90. 190 
Collins, Dilphia, 90 
Collard, Carol, 77, 105, 190 
Cook. Fon E.. 130 
Coombs. Barbara. 53 
Coombs, Belva, 90 
Cooper. Lawrence Clark, 66 
Copenhaver, Ardevee Fay. 90. 159 
Cottam. Margery. -77. 146. 188 
Cottle. LaRue. 65. 144, 149, 170, 

182 
Cowley, Shirley, 38, 90 
Cox, Arlene. 90 
Co«, Donald, 66, 162 
Cox, Jean, 57, 149, 166 
Cox, Pauline, 90 
Crandall, Beth, 66, 182, 184 
Crane, Lorna, 66, 148 
Crane, Minnie. 59, 90. 170 
Crane. Willa Ann. 90 
Cromar. Bonnie Jean. 66. 190 
Crittenden. Marian Darlene, 90 
157, 186 



INDEX FOR. S.T U D E N!T S ' 

Cronln; Beverly, 66, 186 'Jfieldif^, Max, 91. 1^ 

Ciov«^hei Valeea. 37. 90. 157. 176 Fingerje. Clarence. 42. 54. 147 



Culiimore Karma Jean. 37. 119 
Cullimore. Odessa. 38 
Cunningham. Morris. 90 
Curiis, Dee, 42, 90, 115, 178 
Curtis, George. 90 
Curtis. LaThair, 54 

Dalby. Ralph. 90. 164 
Dally. William Jay. 90 
Dana. June. 90. 108 
Daniels. William. 132 
Dauwalder. Mary Ellen. 66, 186, 

148 
David. I^bel. 77 
Davidson, Anna. 66. 166 
Davidson. Leah. 66 
Davis, Jeanne. 90 
Davis. Mardean, 38, 77 
Davis, Ruth, 38, 90 
Davis. Vonnle Beth. 90. 170 
Day. Rober 91. 164. 178 
Dean. Don. 156 
Dean. Leo. 45. 151 
Despain. Ariene. 42 
Despain. Madeline, 42 
Dewsnup, Mavis, 91 
Dewit. Melvin. 131 
Dial. Dawna Marie. 91. 156. 182 
Dickson, Josephine. 91, 140. 156, Funatake, George, 92 

180 Furukawa, Tokao, 67 

Dieu, Vernon C, 35. 37. 66 

Dixon. Louise. 57. 149. 168, 190 Gaisford, Elaine, 35, 92, 190 
Dixon, Mary Lou, 77, 146. 148. 186 Galgan. Susan. 92 
Dixon, Miriam, 148 ' Gappmayer, Beatrice, 92, 157 

Done, Adeline, 91 Gardner, Lois, 38, 67, 161, 166 

Done, Bobby, 37 Gardenr, Marion, 37, 92, 171 

Drake. Yvonne. 38. 91. 140. 180 Gavollle. Melba. 58. 155, 168 
Draper; Phyllis. 37. 176 Gesllson. Lola. 67. 168 

Drissell. Lorraine. 37. 66. 177. 185 Gilchrest. Dorothy. 38 



Firmage. Florence. Z8. 174 
Fisher; Thelma. 38 > 
FisherV" Vanda. 78 
Flake. 'Imogene. 92, 156 
Flanders, Edward Dean 78, 162, 

164 
Flanders. Ruth Elaine. 78, 166 
Fletcher, E. Elizabeth. 92. 176 
FolleH. Dorothy. 92 
Foote, Chlora. 78 
Foote, lown. 180 
Foote. Jacqueline. 115. 184 
Forsey. Lore Jean. 78. 140. 168, 

180 
Forsey, Norma, 67, 148, 168 
Forsyth, Maris Hayes, 46, 146 

166, 190 
Forsyth, Nola Fern, 158 
Foutz, Emogene, 92. 160 
Francis. Feme. 78 
Freestone, Lorraine, 38, 78, 182 
Frogley, Ralph, 130 
Frost, Reed Leon, 92, 178 
Fujle, Asa Arthur. 58 
Fukuda. Fred. 58 
Fukuda. Kimiyo Marlon. 92 
Fuller. Irene. 42, 54, 58, 119, 147 

158, 169 



Drollinger, Dolores. 38, 91 
Drollinger, Velda, 91, 157 



Ginn, Leta Marcein, 92 
Gledhill, llah Dean, 67, IJ 



Duckworth, Gertrude, 38, 91, 186 Goates. Jessica, 38 



Drunner, Mavis. 38. 91. 159 

Dunn. Lono. 58 

Dyches. Winifred. 77. 146. 157. 

186 
Dyrenq, Claire. 35. 91. 190 
Dyreng. Marjorie. 77. 146. 190 

Ea-ies. Lila. 38. 91, 172 

Edmun.Hs. Patricia Dell. 91 

FIder. Esther Alice, 91 

Elder. Juana. 66, 184 

Ellason, Genevieve, 67, 170, 180 

Elison, Maythel, 38 

Fl'ertson, Agnes, 77 

Ellert'on, Donnfl, 35, 37, 77, 105, 

146, 157. 190 
rUert-on, Madge, 77 
EIIIoH Jeane Adele, 91, 157 
Fills, Bonnie, 91 

Fllsworth, Winifred. 91. 176. 190 
England, Ruth, 3, 50, 65, 71, 106, 

120, 144, 147, 182 
Englestead, Arleen, 91 
Fr^anbrack. Ruth Ann, 67, 190 
Erickson, Frank ,35 
Evans, Don, 132 
Evans, LaRae, 91 

Fackrell, Jeanne. 37. 91. 172 
Farnsworth. Alberta. 91. 160 
Farnsworth. Leona. 78. 160. 192 
Farnsworth. Shifley. 91. 176 
Farnsworth, Wilford. 131 
Fawkes. Olive. 67. 149, 170, 180 
Felsch, June, 91, 156 
Ferrin, Barbara, 78, 170, 182 



Goates, Rhoda May, 67, 71 149 

161, 171, 182 
Good-ich, Jeanne. 38. 92. 156 
Goodrich. Venna. 92 
Gordon. Earl, 37 
Graehl, Norma. 92, 105, 190 
Graham, Eloyd, 92, 134 
Graham, Mark, 156 
r-ray. Dean William, 138 
Greaves, Anne, 78, 115, 146, 186 
Green, Bill, 37 
Gren, Cirol, 92 
Green, Geraldine, 186 
Green, Herman, 37 
Green. Vivian, 78, 174 
G'eenhaigh, Clark, 134, 178 
Greenhaw, Marcia, 42, 52, 54, 67 

119, 144, 147, 182 
Groneman. Gloria, 92, 166. 182 
Gross. Evelln Virginia. 38, 115, 117 
Grove, Donna, 92 
Guild. Roberta. 92 
Guinn. Marian. 160 
Guyman. Leia. 180 
Gwilliam. Doris Marie, 38 
Gwynn, Elaine, 78, 146, 188 

Hacking, LaVerle T.. 130 
Hafen, Mavis. 78. 104. 146. 190 
Hale. Verla. 58. 172 
Hales. Arleen. 92. 1 17, 159, 190 
Hales, Margaret, 67, 154, 172. 190 
Hales, Naomi, 92 
Haller, Lorraine. 188 
Harding. Shirley. 190 
Hanks, Joyce, 78, ISO 



Hanseen. Rayola. 92, 190 

Hansen. Barbara. 78. 188 

Hansen. Geraldine, 35, 37, 92, 174 

Hansen, Jay, 92, 168 

Hansen,, Julia, 78, 146, 190 

Hanson, Lois, 78 

Hardy, Beverly, 92 

Harper, Fontella, 38 

Harris, Charlotte, 91, 19! 

Harris, Joyce, 152 

Harris, Valois, 93 

Hart, Marjorie, 78, 139, 146, 191 

Hartshorn, Bethe, 67 

Hartashorn, Robert, 58 

Harvey, Marie, 93, 166 

Haslem, Rhea, 35, 67, 149, 192 

Hatch, Dorothy, 58 

Hatch, Ernestine, 132 

Hatch. Garth. 132 

Hatch. Madelyn. 78. 160, 180 

Hatch, Patricia, 78, 146, 191 

Hawker, He. Marie. 79. 166 

Hawkins. Donna. 93 

Hawkins. Evelyn. 58. 152. 153, 16! 

Hawkins, Helen Mae, 58 

Hawkins, Yvonne, 79, 182 

Haynes, Gertrude, 93 

Heatherly. Geraldine. 93. 160. 187 

Hendrlckson. Marcene. 186 

Hepworth. lola Rae. 93 

Hess. Katherine. 37, 117, 157, 19! 

Hibbard. Dorla. 38. 93 

Higginson. Bonnie. 93 

Hllgendortf. Evelyn, 37 

Hill, Faun, 38, 79 

Hill, Joy, 67, 166 

Hillman, Helen Mae, 156 

Hilton, Carole, 77, 146, 182 

Hilton, Dawn, 93, 182 

Hodges, Willadeen, 93 

Hogge, Ethel, 58, 144, 168, 19! 

Holbrook. Ada Jean. 38. 79. 188 

Holt. Edna. 140. 184 

Molyoak. Ver Jean. 93. 159. 171 

Homer. Ben. 93. 164 

Honeyman. Roger, 42 

Horsley, A. Burt. 58. 155. 162 

Houghton. Betty Lou. 93 

Howard. Darlene. 30. 1 14 

Howell. Maurine. 38. 79. 174 

Howes. Maxine, 35. 93. 182 

Hoyt. Vivian. 35. 79. 105, 107, 

146, 186 
Huber, June, 79, 172, 184 
Hughes, Eldon Wesley, 67, 134, 

161, 162 
Hunsaker, Nydria. 38. 93. 171 
Hunt. Verdell. 52. 67. III. 177. 

187 
Hunter. Carl. 93. 105. 107 
Hunter. Faye. 46. 47, 52, 68, 147, 

154, 186 
Hunter. Frances. 37. 93. 186 ■ 
Hunter. Phyllis. 30. 69. 71, 188 
Hunter. Wllma. 30. 58. 61. 188 
Huntsman. Jay. 68. 161 
Hurst. Betty Jean. 93 
Hurst. Margie. 38. 79. 166 
Hutchins. Ruth. 163. 166 
Hutchinson. Gloria. 93 
Hyatt. Anita. 38. 79. 148. 174 
Hyde. Marian. 79. 148. 160. 186 



Ipsen. Iris Jane. 93. 
Itaya. Frank. 93 
Ivie. Ray, 93 
Ivie, Wayne, 93 
Iwanoto, Chiyoko, 79 

Jack, Ralph, 93, 164 



159 



Two Hundred Twenty 



t • 



y. 



V 



Jackson, Shirley. 79, 180 
Krebs. Ruth, 38, 94, 156, 176 

Lancaster, Dona Marie. 94, 159. 

181 
Landgren. Beverly Joyce, 94, 174 
Landgren. John. 68 
Lane, Arden. 37 
Larsen, Beth, 94. 157 
Larsen, Ralph. 94 
Latimer, Estill, 80 
Lay. Errolo. 152 
Leany, EIrod, 95. 164 
Leavit. Audrey. 95, 158 
LeBaron. Mary Louise, 95. 158. 

169 
Jackson, rvonne. 58. 62. 157. 161. 

169 
Jacobs. Betty June. 93 
Jacobs, Marilyn, 38. 93 
James. Rachel B.. 58 
Jaromillo, Anita. 58, 156 
Jeffery, Wendell, 130 
Jenkins, Marba. 93 
' Jenkins, Muriel. 93. 174 
Jennens, Shirley. 94, 107, 174, 182 
Jensen, Agnes. 35. 37. 94, 118. 

155. 191 
Jensen, Bette, 94 
Jensen. Beverly, 58. 161 
Jensen. Edith, 94. 182 
Jensen, Elaine R., 58, 171 
Jensen. Jenna. 94 
Jensen. John, 94, 134. 178 
Jensen, Lyravine, 79. 188 
Jensen. Margie. 94 
Jepperson, Clyde. 37 
Jepson, Dorothy. 37 
Jex, Esther, 68 
Jex, Mary, 94. 157 
Johnson. Lois. 191 
Johnson. Lourene. 156 
Johnson. Margie. 58. 155, 149, 

177. 181 
Johnson. Marvel, 99, 166. 180 
Johnson. Merle. 68. 105. 167, 181 
Johnson, Metta, 68, 156, 161. 169 
Johnson, Pauline, 38, 94, 169, 192 
"Johnson. Shirley. 94. 19! 
Johnson. Zaiia. 94 
Johnson. Zenda. 79 
Jones, Dale, 53, 58. 150 
Jones. Dorthea, 59, I 19. 188 
Jones. Geraldine, 79 
Jones, Jennie Boa, 38. 94. 159. 

176 
Jones, Mary Donna. 68. 71. 172. 

191 
Jones. Mildred Phyllis. 38. 94 
Jones. Phyllis. 30. 94. 188 
Jones, Neola. 38. 68. 188 
Jones, Ray, 42, 54. 79. 119, 147 
Jones, Valena. 53. 59. 147. 182 
Jorgensen. Eleanor. 68. 173 
Jorgensen, Norma. 80. 152, 173 
Judd, Edythe. 94 
Judd. Margaret. 94. 157, 176 

Kane, Jacqueline;. 80 

Kase, Grace Y.. 94 

Kav/aguchi. Miharu, 59, 149 

Kay, Eloise, 68, 167 

Kayle, Blanche, 159 

Keele, Carol. 94 

Keller. Helen, 94, 157. 174, 184 

Kellett, Jeanne, 94 

Kiyormura. Tosuko. 80 

Killpack, Evelyn. 94. 182 

Killpack. Helen, 120 

Kimball. Andrew, 94. Ml. 134. 



» tj D E X ^;.F O R 
178 • al ■::■ 

King. Josebh, 68, 1 78 'f ff' 
Kirkham, JJne, 68, 188 ^ 
Kissell. Iva, 38. 68. 181 * 
Klinger, R^th, 52, 59, r<H , 149, 

159, 171, 182 j: 

Knight, Theron, 130 :"■ 

Knowlton, Paul, 68, 150, 1?5, 164 
Knudson, Eda Arlene. 184 
Knudson, Ronald, , 1 78 
Kobayashi, Michi, 80 
Koeford, Lorna, 157 
Kohler, Eloise, 38. 80. 174 
Koyle, Blanche, 80. 181 
Kohler, Barbara, 38, 94. 174 
Lee, Wildord Thomas, 95, 178 
Lefler, Ardath. 59, 144, 147. 154 
Levie, Betty Jo. 38. 95 
LeVitre, Ruth. 95 
Lewis, Dawn, 80 
Lewis, Jack, 95, 165 
Llndstrom. Evelyn, 68 
Lindstrom, Marjorle. 38, 68, 184 
Linford. Ruth. 68. 188 
Liston, Mildred, 59. 181 
Little. Bessie, 95 
Livingston, Lucille. 95 
Locander. K. Shirlee, 95. 188 
Logsdon. Betty, 37. 80. 148, 174. 

184 
Love, Irene. 59. 189 
Loveland. Evieen, 38 
Lovell, Merlene. 68, 149 
Lowe, Dorothy. 80. 158. 173 
Lowe. Gladys, 80. 173 
Lowe, Howard. 59. 150 
Ludlow. Priscilla. 30. 95. 152. 189 
Lowry, Sheldon, 53. 68, 71, 156, 

165 
Luke, Lois, 59 

Lund, Elaine, 68. 152, 153. 169 
Lusty. Sybil, 80, 171 

Macdonald, Georgena, 58 
Mack, Reed, 37, 50, 87, 107, 178 
f ladsen, Rhea Jean, 37 
Madsen, A. Rex, 95, 15! 
Maeno, Bernice Y., 95 
Magoto, Toshi, 59 
Mangus, Wilda. 95 
Marble, Glen, 156, 165 
March Laurence, 59. 162. 165 
Marshall, Barbara. 95. 181 
Marshall, Marie, 80. 182 
Marshall. Robert, 59. 165 
Martin. Gene, 95 
Martin, Genial. 187 
Martin, Helen, 52, 59. 149. 167. 

187 
Martin. Ruth. 95, 167 
Mathews, Gloria. 69. 184 
Muroko, Frank. 80. 165 
May. Anna Laura, 39. 95. 189 
Maybe. Henry. 35 
Mayer, Katheryn. 38. 174. 185 
McAllister. Dale. 35. 37. 80. 118. 

178 
McCarty. Coralie. 95. 119. 189 
McCormick, Billie Jean, 80, 159, 

18! 
McEwen, Gladys, 95 
McEwen, Grace, 37, 95 
McFarland, Romana, 95, 157, 174 
Mcintosh, Jean, 95, 140 
McKay, Cherry, 156 
McKinney, Shirley, 80, 156 
McKinnon, Dorothea. 95 
McMurray. Yvonne. 49, 50, 59, 

144, 148, 187 
McQueen, Jeane, 80, 156, 174 



STUDENTS 

Meaken, B,arbara, 96 

Mendenhall, Carma Jean, 

Mdndenhall, Legia, 9^ 1 

Mercer, Arva, 80, l52,i, 

Mercer, Marjorie, 96. 159, 182 

Meredith. Carma.v 35.^'-^ 

Merrell, Dahl, 37 

Metcalf. Norma. 39. 96 

Michelsen. Laurine. 80. 140. 181 

Miller. LaWana. 96 

Miller, Leone, 96 

Miller, Phyllis, 96 

Miner, Evelyn. 81, 140 

Miner, Mary J., 96. 105, 139. 194 

Mitchell. Florence. 69 

Monson, Bernice, 80 

Monson. LaVieve, 69. 181 

Moody. Beth. 96 

Moody, Tenea. 169. 196 

Moody. Olive. 69, 140. 161 

Moore. Annie, 39. 96 

Moore. Jeweldlne. 39, 96 

Moore. Orpha. 59. 144. 149, 173 

Morell. Ardith. 96 

Mortensen. Nona, 96 

Moulton, Ada, 49, 50. 59. I 19. 

144. 147. 183 
Moulton. Lee, 132 
Moulton, Tom. 131 
Muir, Marion, 35. 81, 192 
Mullen, Barbara, 81, 160 
Murphy. Stanley Dee. 96 
Murray. Charles L.. 130 

Nakahara. Rey, 81 

Nelson, Bettie Louise, 156. 160 

Nelson. Edna. 81 

Nelson, Naomi, 37 

Nelsort. Roxy Lou, 96. 140. 181 

Nerio. Masao. 81 

Newman, Catherine, 96, 176 

Newren. Aretta, 39, 81. 167, 183 

Nicholas. Dorothy, 96, 189 

Nicholes. Elaine. 60, 145, 148. 191 

Nicholes. Elizabeth. 157. 187 

Nichols. Loraine. 81., 160, 176 

Nielsen, Ardella, 69. 169, 185 

Nielsen, Edna, 191 

Nielson, Florence. 39. 81 

Nielsen. Marjorle, 60. 191 

Nielsen, Vernon, 60, 155 

Nilsson, Anna Q., 96, 174 

Noble. Vivyenne. 39. 60. 185 

Norberg. Dorothy. 96 

Norton, Maxine, 81, 169 

Oakley. Claron. 130 

Oberg. Verna. 96 

Oekey. Blanche, 39, 96, 187 

Ohran, Norlyene, 35, 37. 96. 156, 

183 
Olcott, Georgian. 39, 96 
Oliphant, Doris, 81. 160 
Olpin. Kathryn, 96 
Olpin, Barbara. 42. 81, 146. 147. 

187 
Olpin, Helen Rae, 39, 69, 71, 120, 

187 
Olsen, Billye, 96, 191 
Olsen, Carolyn. 39, 81, 189 
Olsen, Lee. 30, 69, 150 
Olson, Lona Faun. 39, 42, 97. 189 
Olson, Marie. 97 
Olson. Nial. 35. 37. 97. 192 
Olson. Ray. 97 
Olson. Roy. 35. 97. 134. 178 
Olson. Verda. 69. 189 
O'Rouke. Mae, 97. 187 
Osguthorpe. Mary, 97 
Ostler, Mary Lou. 39. 81. 167, 183 



Earl. 81 
• n, Melba. 97. 171. 
Beth, 81 
\ erlade. Maxine, 156, 183 
\5wens, Marian, 69, 71, 157, 177, 
189 

Pace, Donna, 60 

Pace, Patricia Ann. 81 

Pack. LaDeane, 39, 97, 175 

Page. Colleen, 97. 187 

Page. Donna. 39. 81 

Page. LaJuana, 97 

Page. Lennie, 97 

Palmer, Betty, 97 

Parker, Florence. 97, 181 

Parker, Margaret, 97, 173 

Parkinson, Ella Jean, 60 

Parkinson, Genevieve, 39, 81 

Partridge, Beth, 69 

Partridge. Ruth Louise, 37. 39 

Patton, Virginia, 39. 81. 105. 154, 

157, 161, 175 
Paul, Beth, 60, 149, 190 
Paulsen, Vida Rae, 97 
Paxman, Doressa. 52, 53. 60, 145, 

147, 177 
Paxman, Lucille. 97, 189 
Paxman, Mary Elaine, 97. 187, 140 
Payne, Inez E.. 69. 156. 187 
Peacock, Elaine. 35. 81. 185 
Pearson, Betty. 175. 185 
Peay, Boyd. 97, 1 10, 151, 178 
Perkins, Marrial. 161 
Penman. Melba Kaye. 37 
Peterson. Alene, 39 
Petetrsen. Elva Gae. 39 
Petersen, Janis, 97. 191 
Peterson. Anna, 39, 82 
Peterson, Dale. 178 
Peterson, LeMoyne, 132 
Peterson, Lola. 39. 69, 171 
Peterson, Melvin, 162. 165 
Pettigrew. David, 42, 97, 105, 115. 

139, 178 
Petty. Marjorle, 37, 82, 181 
Pierce, Marybeth. 97. 156. 160. 

171 
Phillips, Marie, 82, 175 
Phillips. Phyllis, 82 
Pitt, Colleen. 97 
Potts. Ila Jean, 39, 97, 175 
Poulson. Elaine. 39, 97 
Preece. Doris, 35, 97. 156, 192 
Price, LuJean, 97 
Friday. Margaret. 52, 39. 87. 107, 

146, 183 
Pringle, George. 69. 150. 151. 179 
Prisby. LaVee. 98. 171 
Pulsipher. William, 82, 105. 107, 

115. 161. 162. 179 
Purrington. Wealthy. 60, 169 

Rambeau, Beth, 69, 187 
Ramsbotham. Elizabeth, 39 
Randall, Elizabeth. 131 
Randall, Karlene, 82 
Randall, Melba. 98, 140 
Ransbottom, Adele. 39. 60. 187 
Raphiel, Oulda, 82, 160, 175 
Rasband, E. Janett, 69, 192 
Rasmusson, Roland, 179 
Ravsten, Panell. 98. 176 
Rawle. Carol. 37. 39 
Reber. Don. 82. 165. 179 
Redd, Ruth. 69. 189 
Reese. Jean. 39, 42, 54, 82. 105. 

154 
Reynolds.- Laylor H.. 70. 179 
Rhodes. Deaun. 98, 189 



Two Hundred Twanty-one 



INDEX FOR STUDENTS 



Rice, VolDeane, 82, I46,''9. '86 
Richards, Kathryn, 60, 169 
Richards. Lucille, 82. 148, It 
Richardson. Annie, 82. 167 
Richardson. Iris. 35. 60, 148 
Richardson, Wanda. 175 
Richins. LaDene, 159 
Rickenbach, Virginia. 82. 146, 187 
Ricks. Evelyn, 37 
Ricks, Welby. 70. 162. 165 
Ricks, Wanda, 82 
Riddle, Chauncey, 54, 70, 163, 165 
Rlgby, Dean, 151 
Rlqby, Keith. 98, 119, 165 
Rlqgs, Evelyn. 35, 39, 82, 156, 181 
Riqgs, Thalia, 39. 70. 156 
Roberts, Linden J., 98 
Robertson, Marian. 37, 157 
Robertson, Norma, 98 
Robins, Harold. 30, 150 
Robins, Roland Kenlth, 82. 165 
Robinson. Bettye, 39. 98, 148. 183 
Robinson, Dorothy. 98, 167 
Robinson, Phil, 53, 150, 151, 163. 

165 
Robinson, Marian C. 132 
Roblson. Clyde, 98, 105. 107 
Robison, Lois. 82, 175 
Rogers, Lillian. 39. 98. 173 
Rogers, Roscoe. 132 
Rogers, Elaine, 37 
Rohbock, Louise, 157 
Rollo, Dorothy, 98, 175 
Romney, Cecile. 70, 167 
Romney, Maurlne, 98. 156 
Romney. Shirley. 39. 82, 109, 115, 

189 
Roper, Betty Jane, 39, 82. 171 
Rothwell, Kenneth, 130 
Roskelley, Mary, 70, 149. 17! 
Roundy, Dona. 82 
Roundy, Golda, 60. 148 
Rowan, Colleen, 187 
Rudd, Vilate, 98 
Ruoff, Beverly. 98. 187 
Russell, Ada Jean, 98 
Rust, Albert O.. 131 
Rutter, William, 98. 179 
Ryskamp. Edna. 39. 98. 107. 175, 

183 

Salisbury. Ann, 60, 185 
Salisbury. Joe. 130 
Sandberg, Lucille. 37, 60, 177, 192 
Sander, Elizabeth, 35, 50, 57. 60, 

63. 145, 147, 167. 191 
Sanderson, Aleen, 173 
Sanderson. Carol, 167. 173 
Santord, Dee. 70, 105, 106. 114. 

155, 156, 162, 177, 179 
Sanford, Junella, 83, 159. 171 
Sanford. Shirley. 98, 183 
Santord, Shirley L*. 39, 98. 189 
Sano, Yuklo. 83. 134 
Sawyers, Mary Olive, 98, 175, 185 
Scherer, Marjorie. 39. 187 
Schwantes, Glendora, 98, 183 
Schwantes, Gloria, 98, 183 
Schartz, Ruby, 35. 98. 167 
Scorah, Vivienne, 98, 157, 158, 183 
Sebree, BeHye, 98, 159 
Sessions. Sterling, 83, 139. 151, 

189 
Sharp, Ivan P.. 130 
Sharp. Stephen. 98 
Shaw, Mildred, 98, 159 
Shepher, Arlene, 99, 176, 191 
Shepherd, Edith, 99, 158 
Sherry, Barbara. 187 
Shields. Alice. 99. 176 



Cronirs. Grant, 35, 67, 71, 110, 
Crov^l I'. I '5. 117, 119, 120. 179 
Shllir^wa. Helen. 60. 149 
ShiraVorl, Mecne, 99 
Showseri. J/ir-nes. 131 
Simmons, Edith, 39, 99 
Simmons. G. L.. 131 
Simmons, Luclle, 83. 156. 173 
Simons. Florence. 70, 183 
Sinclair. Marjorie. 83 
Singleton. Veloy, 30, 83, 181 
Skinner, David, 70, 165 
Skinner, Grant, 162 
Skinner, Mary Jean. 60, 189 
Skoro. Mpry. 70. 171 
Skouson, Dorothy, 39. 99 
Slack, Jean. 37 
Smart, Mary, 83. 107, 114, 119, 

146, 152, 191 
Smith. Afton Bryson. 65. 189 
Smith, Albert. 99 
Smith, Carol, 99, 117 
Smith Donna, 167 
Smith, Eva Jane, 39. 99 
Smith, Edna. 37. 99 
Smith. Jeanne. 39, 83 
Smith, June, 99, 189 
Smith, Julian. 99 
Smith, Rayola, 39 
Smlthson, Delsa. 83, 156, 175. 183 
Snell. Marie, 189 
Snow, Alma, 37 
Snow, Dorothy. 49. 50. 60. I 18, 

145, 189 
Snow, Ellsworth. 83, 110, 120. 151. 

161. 179 
Snow, Shipley, 70, 71. 114. 120, 

151, 161. 179 
Soda, Chicko. 53, 83. 146 
Sorenson, George, 131 
Sorenson, Mercedes, 99. 175, 185 
Sorensen, Velora, 39, 99 
Spratley, Joan. 54, 99, 115, 191 
Spencer. Helen, 46, 99, 183 
Spencer. Ida Mae. 83 
Spencer. Lorraine. 181 
Sperry, Elaine, 39 
Splcer, Carol, 83. 176 
Squire, LaVon, 37, 99 
Stagg, Bonnie, 99, 157 
Staqg, Sally, 99 
Stahell, Emma, 39, 169 
Stahle, Melba, 60, 99. 156 
Stander, Arva, 39. 83. 157, 159. 

171. 183 
Stanger, Oivllla, 39, 99 
Stayner, Sara. 39, 99. 159. 176 
Stephens. Nell, 70 
Stephenson, Ross, 156 
Stephens, Dave, 131 
Stevens. Nelda, 99, 160 
Stevenson. Marilyn. 42. 83. 169 
Stewart. Karma, 99 
Stewart, Zona, 6, 15. 158 
Stokes, Eva, 35, 37 
Stokes, Orpha. 35. 37, 99. 156. 

176 
Stone, Gloria, 37 
Stout, Dorothy, 35, 39, 99, 167 
Stowell, Elaine, 61, 147, 157. 191 
Strate, Anna Lee. 189 
Stratford, Betty Lucille, 100 
Straw, Norma, 100. 171 
Strickland. Betty. 100, 160, 176 
Stringhm. Janet. 100. 156. 176 
Stubbs, Nila. 37,' 54, 83, 146. 185 
Stucki, Anna, 61, 148, 191 
Stueler, Elna,'70, 192 
Sturqill, Lois, 100 
Sudweeks, Lorraine, 39, 100. 159 



Sutton. Jacqueline. 37, 70. 167, 

185 
Sutton. Marjorie, 100, 156. 167 
Sutton, Thelma, 100 
Swain, Felice, 39, 100. 175 
Swalnston. Rosa Mae. 83, 185, 148 
Swalberq, Joy, 53. 59. 61. 145. 

147, 154, 191 
Swapp. Burns J., 100, 161 
Swenson. LaRee, 83, 115, 183 
Sylvester, Guen, 61, 152. 153, 161 
Syphus, Eleanor Diane, 100, 161 

Tangren, Joy, 183 

Tanner, Carolyn, 100 

Tanner, Marilyn, 39 

Tanner. Zola. 39, 100. 117. 157. 

158. 191 
Taylor. Afton. 100. 157, 183 
Taylor, Barbara. 52. 61, II 1,145, 

183 
Taylor, Blaine. 179 
Taylor. Deanne, 100. 173. 191 
Taylor. Edward P., 130 
Taylor, Gloria Mae, 39 
Taylor, Iris, 39, 175, 185 
Taylor. Noel, 162 
Taylor, Rose, 83 
Taylor. Rose, 70, 120. 152, 191 
Taylor. Shirley. 100 
Teichert, Laurie. 70, 120, 155, 167 
Terry, Elma. 100. 171 
Teuscher, DeMar, 130 
Thacker, Carma 
Theobald. Grace, 83, 140, 171, 

181 
Thlrkill, Donna Mae, 83, 148, 157, 

183 
Thomas, Cyril, 100, 155. 165 
Thomas, Winifred, 61. 156. 185 
Thompson, Eva Joy, 35, 39, 84, 

185 
Thompson. Jane, 100, 183 
Thompson, Marjorie, 100 
Thompson. Paul. 89, 134. 179 
Thompson, Viola, 84 
Thornley. Golda. 40, 100, 181 
Thornston. Carol Jean, 100, 171 
Thurber, Laie, 39 
Todd, Arvil. 100 
Tod. Elaine, 84, 146. 191 
Tory, Marvin, 158 
Tripp. Ruth, 84, 175 
Trunkey, M. Fern, 39, 84 
Trunnell, Heber J., 110. 179 
Tsuchiya. Janet. 35, 37. 61. 185 
Tuttle. Clarence, 162 

Uchiyama. Alji, 70 

Uchlyama. Sam, 84, 151 

Ullock. Emma M.. 70 

Uyeda, Daisy, 84 

Uyeda, George, 42. 53, 62. 110 

Van Alstyne, Alvin Guy. 35. 37. 

62, 110, 118, 161, 179 
Van Leuven. Ruth, 84. 169 

Waddoups. Luqene, 52, 75, 84. 

105. 106, 111, 159. 183 
Wagstaff, LuOeane, 101 
Wahlen, Guen, 39, 100, 156. 185 
Walker., John. 61, 150, 179 
Walker. Keith, 101. 151. 165 
Walker. Manine, 148 
Wall, Angus. 101 
Wallace, Glenna Ruth, 101, 173 
Walton, Elaine, 101 
Ward, LaVoyle, 101. 181 
Wasden. Helen, 157 



Wasden, LaRue, 101, 157, 173 
Washburn, Vela, 61. 161 
Waterstradt, Jean Anne. 61, 107, 

155, 169, 183 
Watklns. Helen% 84, 159 
Weaver, June, 101 
Weber, Dorothy, 101, 189 
Welling, Nell, 48, 50, 61. Ill, 

134, 137, 179 
Welleshy, Dorothy, 101 
Welti, Douglas, 94, 179 
Westenkow, Marian, 61, 149, 185 
Western, Melba, 101 
Wheelwright, Carol, 101, 173, 191 
Whipple, Betty. 39 
Whiteley, Mary, 61, 145, 147, 183, 

177 
Whiting, Gary, I 14 
Whiting, Joyce, 101, 107, 183 
Whiting, Ray, 61, 108. 162, 179 
Whltlock, Mavis. 101. 176 
Whlttaker. John, 156 
Wlddison, Leda, 84. 175 
Wight, Beth, 70, 140, 167 
Wight, Kathryn, 101, 156 
Wight, Marjorie, 156, 158, 169 
Wilcken, LaVoy, 101 
Wilde, Carole, 101, 140, 175 
Wilkes, Shirley, 70, 72, 189 
Williams, David, 151 
Williams, Jean, 39. 101, 167 
Wilson. Bonnie, 84, 187 
Wilson. Elizabeth. 61 
Wilson. Joyce, 37, 39, 101 
Wilson, Ilia Sarah, 101, 140 
Wilson. Margaret. 101 
Wilson, Margaret, 84, 107, 115, 

!46, 155. 156. 173. 191 
Wilson, Ruth, 62, 105, 145, 149. 

155, 167 
Wilson, Ruth, 101, 173 
Wimber, Evan. 42. 53. 84. 157. 

179 
Wlnegar, Leone. 101, 156, 159. 

181 
Wlntc'h. Mary, 39, 71, 156, 161, 

169 
Wolf. Carmela Mrs., 39 
Wood, Bette Jayne, 62, 140, 181 
Wood, Elaine, 52, 84, 171, 183 
Woodbury, Virginia, 71, 161. 169 
Woodger, Winston, 62, 151, 158, 

165 
Woodward, Jean, 62, 169, 181 
Woolf, Lois, 39, 62, 148, 163. 167 
Woolsey. Lasca. 35, 101 
Workman, Francll, 39, 151, 156 
Wunderii, Llda, 84, 105. 146. 189 
Worthln. Howard. 35. 37, 179 

Yamate, Lorraine. 39, 7! 

Yasuda, Maruja. lOt 

Young, Harriet. 189 

Young, Jean, 39. 101 

Young, Laurence, 151 

Young, Louise, 101 

Young, Miriam, 35, 39,52.71, 173, 

191 
Young, Molly, 101 
Yui, Naoyuki Henry. 84 

Zaieskl. Ted, 101, 165 
Zenger, Jerry. 179 
Zleve, Betty, 42, 71, 169 
Zimmerman, Margaret, 39, 101. 
136, 176 



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IN MEMORY OF PRESIDENT HEBER J. GRANT 
1856-1945 

By Franklin S. Harris 

Students and faculty mennbers of Brighann Young University lost 
one of their best friends and staunchest supporters in the death this 
year of hHeber J. Grant, President of the Church of Jesus Christ of 
Latter-day Saints and also of the Board of Trustees of this University. 

During the twenty-seven years he presided as head of the Church 
he was eager that members of the Church should have all possible 
educational facilities and during all this time he did what he could, both 
in an official capacity and as a public-spirited citizen, to further the 
cause of education among the people. 

With little opportunity for formal schooling himself and starting 
life under great economic handicaps, he showed us all what could be 
accomplished by will power and determination to master a subject. 
Although his early life was a constant struggle for existence, he was 
always generous with whatever he had, and was happy to share it with 
his friends and neighbors. In recent years he has contributed to the 
library, the endowment fund, loan funds, and to any project sponsored 
by the University. 

Even more appreciated than his material contributions, however, 
has been the inspiration provided by the example he set and his willing- 
ness to share with others the lessons he had learned from life. He 
always had a story drawn from his personal experiences to illustrate 
points he wished to make, and no one who heard him could forget that 
point and the twinkle in his eye as he emphasized it. 

President Grant had an exceptionally long career of service in the 
Church, being ordained an Apostle when only twenty-six years old. 
He saw the Church grow from a despised and still-persecuted minority 
to a respected position in the eyes of the world. His personal integrity 
and ability were no small factor in this change in opinion among business 
and financial leaders. He combined spiritual vision and practical knowl- 
edge to an extraordinary extent. 

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OUR LAST WORD 

The office Is closed . . . Another Banyan has gone 
to press . . . We have tried to catch the intangible 
elennents in school . . . We have tried to perpetuate 
in memory the colorful array of events, the fun and the 
happiness that has been so abundant . . . Now, with 
thanks to our faithful, hard-working staff, we close our 
book . . . We have done our best . . . Our job is done . . . 

R. E. 



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