Skip to main content

Full text of "The banyan"

'Pre4mting^ ^ymu* 





PUBUSHED BY THE ASSCX:iATED STUDENTS OF 

BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY AT PROVO, UTAH 

Printed in the U.S.A. by the 

Brigham Ycung University Press 

LUGENE W. MORRIS DEE SANFORD 

. . . Editor _ ... Business Manager 




BOOK I 

Campus — 5 

BOOK II 

Administration _ 21 



BOOK III 

Classes 57 



BOOK IV 

Athletics „ 125 



BOOK V 

Organizations 153 

BOOK VI 

Activities _ - 239 

BOOK VII 

Bunyon „ „..296 



BOOK OOE 



^m'emH'd 





Build today, then, strong and sure. 
With a firm and ample hose 
And ascending and secure 
Shall tomorrow find its place. 

Longfellow 



MaeA^e/i 





From its vantage point on the crest of 
University Hill, and looking westward over 
beautiful Utah Valley, the Maeser Memorial 
Building stands today as a tribute to the 
most prominent man in the early history 
of this University — Dr. Karl G. Maeser. As 
the first teacher, and later as the first presi- 
dent of the youthful University, he estab- 
lished the high standards for which this 
institution has become well-known. 

Dignified by majestic columns, this mem- 
orial hall, first of the buildings to be located 
on the upper campus, houses the adminis- 
trative forces of the University: the Office of 
the President and his correlative depart- 
ments, the Associated Students Offices, and 
the University Press. 



' TiC 







':'(^^il^:^:x^- 



■■I 




I iS 8 



i^V^'V- 







SQ^ 




Against a backdrop of the tall, rugged 
Wasatch Mountains, the stately and modern 
Joseph Smith Building is the most recent of 
all the campus buildings. Though planned 
as a center tor activities in the humanities, 
it has also become a popular social center 
for campus life. 

Around the cheery fireplace on Sunday 
evenings, students gather to discuss subjects 
of interest. Within its assembly halls during 
the week, the learned or famed talk of prob- 
lems of today, or noted artists help us to 
acquire an appreciation of the finer arts. 
There also students enjoy the spirit and 
talents revealed in student body assemblies. 
And as the evening comes, youth dances 
in the handsomely decorated ballroom. 



II 




12 




When the University Librarian, in 
a letter to President Franklin S. Kar- 
ris in 1923, expressed embarrassment 
at not having sufficient library space 
nor shelf room to take care of the 
increasing numbers of books, the 
initial impetus was given to a move- 
ment which culminater in the con- 
struction of the spacious Heber J. 
Grant Library. 

". . . and in view of his sincere 
love of books, and his generosity as 
Trustee-in-Trust of the Church in pro- 
viding funds for this building," the 
new Library was named in honor of 
the li-'te President Grant. 



13 



I i 



I 





^r 



t f 



^p 






[[rrr 



III JnMmrv.lLj 

11 

I" 

1 





(V ' 




7»yTy«^jB»g; 



liigiiaMiMOTiir'-""-^^ ■ 



i 





Just a war ago, a single-storied building, 
to be used in war work, was being rushed 
to completion. However, with the unantici- 
pated signing of the Armistice, the building 
was converted to peacetime usage for 
classes in auto mechanics and woodwork, 
and was known as the Mechanic Arts Build- 
ing. 

Years later, in 1935, in order to meet the 
demands of the University, the Board of 
Education authorized the erection of two 
additional floors, and the new building was 
re-christened in honor of George H. Brim- 
hall, an enthusiastic supporter and one of 
the earlier presidents of the school. In addi- 
tion to its former services the new building 
provided space for the teaching of the exact 
and biological sciences, and for the Depart- 
ment of Office Practice. 



15 





4 




Through the generosity of ten prom- 
inent Utah citizens, whose names 
appear on a marble plaque on the 
wall within, the College Building was 
erected and dedicated eight years 
after the occupation of the adjacent 
Education Building. This gave the 
University added prestige as an in- 
stitution of higher learning, and sep- 
arated it from the High School. 

Today within this building, stu- 
dents of the Fine Arts learn to appre- 
ciate more fully the subjects of their 
particular fields — music, speech, and 
drama. 



17 



Zducatij&n 




Mantled with ivy, and partially hidden 
among the evergreens of the lower campus, 
the Education Building, dedicated early in 
1892, is the oldest of the University buildings. 
To those who were striving hard to keep the 
struggling Academy going, the dedication 
of this building was significant. In contrast- 
ing the first humble home of the University 
with this fine new structure. Dr. Karl G. 
Maeser said, "The old man taught in a 
cabin, but they have built a palace for his 
boys." 

It served well its purpose then, and it 
continues to do so today. But as new and 
modern edifices appear on the upper cam- 
pus, the old Education Building grows more 
picturesque with its towers, and arches, and 
clinging vines. 



19 



* 



20 



BOOK 10 




22 




And when we thin\ we lead we are most lead. 

Byron 



23 







The youth of Zion who heretofore have known but one president of the Church 
— the late President Grant — now look with trust and confidence to their new leader, 
President George Albert Smith, for the continuance of counsel and guidance in the 
spiritual and temporal ways of living. Known throughout the country and the 
Church as a friend of the young people. President Smith possesses the wisdom, dis- 
cernment, and foresight, the spiritual vitality, and understanding love with which 
to guide them onward through this chaotic post-war period. He teaches truth as a 
shield against temptation and sin. 

The youth of Zion heartily sustain and honor him as prophet, seer and revelator 
— our leader. 



24 




PRESIDENT HOWARD S, McDONALD 

Bringing with him a thorough background of training and experience in various 
fields of education, particularly in school administration, and possessing strong re- 
ligious convictions and an enviable record in Church activities. President Howard 
S. McDonald, on November 14, 1945, became the fifth president of the Brigham 
Young University, succeeding Dr. Franklin S. Harris. 

President McDonald's winning smile, his radiant warmth for meeting people, 
and his sincere interest in the students and concern for their welfare, have endear- 
ed him to our hearts. His visions of a great building program in the future to handle 
adequately the growing registration at the University, lets us look forward with 
eager anticipation. President McDonald, we welcome you. 



25 




In stately and inspiring inaugural services, President Howard S. McDonald 
accepted the two-fold charge given to him by President J. Reuben Clark, Jr., of 
the first presidency of the Church: first, to penetrate the mental fog which surrounds 
the world and unseat ignorance, and second, to teach the gospel of God. In reply 
to the charge, the President stated, 'These responsibilities I accept, and I will try to 
uphold the great traditions of this institution established by my predecessors." 
Thus Howard S. McDonald, on November 14, 1945, was inaugurated as the fifth 
president of Brigham Young University. 

26 




27 




Ever vigilant in guctrd- 
ing the youth of Zion, this 
illustrious group sets the 
standards and determines 
the policies of B.Y.U. With 
such an interested and 
capable body of men to 
guide us, we could do 
naught but progress to 
heights unknown. 




i 



J. Reuben Clarkr David O. 
McKay. 

Top: John A. Widtsoe, Frank- 
lin L. West, Adam S. Bennion. 

Center: Joseph F. Merrill, Al- 
bert E. Bowen, Stephen L. Rich- 
ards. 

Bottom: Joseph Fielding Smith, 
Keifer B. Sauls, Charles A. Callis. 



28 





29 




With a flourish of pen to affix 
a signcrture, or with a few terse 
statements in answer to a ques- 
tion, Keifer B. Sauls, efficiently 
handles his duo-titled task as 
Secretary-Treasurer of the Uni- 
versity. He is capably assisted 
by Miss Carma Ballif who super- 
vises the business of the Trea- 
surer's Office. These smiling of- 
fice workers are Harriet Young, 
Laie Thurber and Lavon Whiting 
who wrestle with the unending 
columns of figures which find 
their way into that office. 




30 





Since the declarations of 
peace, and the return of service 
men and women, registration at 
this University has been climb- 
ing to unprecedented heights. 
But with that same genial com- 
posure and efficiency that mark- 
ed the registration of his first 
dozen college students of the 
Brigham Young Academy in 
1904, Registrar John E. Hayes, 
with his competent staff, handles 
the three thousands who are en 
rolled today. 




31 



2) 



eon 




Dr. Wesley P. Lloyd, as Dean of Students and Chairman ot the Committee of 
Special Services, two newly-created offices, capably assists the President of the 
University in supervising the welfare of students, noting their progress and accom- 
plishments, and assisting with their problems. In this position, Dean Lloyd, efficiently 
aided by members of the Faculty, deals with Freshmen orientation, the activities of 
social units, and student employment. 

Friend, advisor, sports fan, philosopher . . . Dean Lloyd is known by all for his 
keen sense of humor, and his likeable personality. 



32 





' prolessor tm 
Sociology^ y, £ 

HistoTY- 



CHABl£SE-^A"J^^^i3trY 

Protessorot^^^NGS 
BENlAWlNt-^ Classical 
-^°il.fodem Languages- 

Vlalhematics. 









iologY- 

33 



GkcuAmun 




To maintain the welfare of every woman Student at B.Y.U. is the desire and 
responsibility of Mrs. Lillian C. Booth, in her capacity as Chairman of Women's 
Activities. Always helpful and understanding and a mother in her own right, Mrs. 
Booth has always found time to give friendly guidance in personal matters and 
school problems. In her capacity as Advisor to A.W.S., she has stimulated and 
guided student functions with sympathetic suggestion and advice. Although she 
has served only a short time in her present capacity, she has managed to endear 
herself to many women students at B.Y.U. 



34 








•proiessoi 









ol 



Asso 



da^e 



^^^\Sa-«>^«rw-."' 









ol 



/i 






35 



5) 



eon 




Known as "the walkin'est," as well as "the apple-eatin'est" man on the cam- 
pus, Dean Herald R. Clark, of the College, of Commerce, possesses that rare and 
amiable personality which makes all who know him like him. Living about as far 
away as possible to be still considered a resident of Provo, Dean Clark walks to 
and from his home — and loves it. Among those who have classes from him, it is 
said that his stories always apply to the principle at hand, and his associates know 
him as one to stimulate individual thinking. 

Students of the University, and residents of Provo and the adjacent area are 
indebted to Dean Clark for the excellent and varied lyceum programs which are 
brought to us, and ore appreciative of nis efforts in obtaining the best artists and 
lectures for our entertainment and betterment. 



36 



Pioiessor 



E^^^^-^Se Processor 




^aouliii 






,tan^ 



;aUon 



and 






^ssls 



,tant 



^ ProlessoT^ 



^^s:^^^^^- 



37 



2> 



eon 




If it is true that the first test of a great man is his humility, Dean Carl F. Eyring 
of the College of Arts and Sciences is one of our greatest A man who holds an 
enviable record of scientific achievement, he is ever modest and sincere. 

His activities, however, have never been solely scientific in nature, for he has 
always had opportunities for church work. At present he is a member of the Sun- 
day School General Board and formerly he was president of the Eastern States Mis- 
sion. He is indeed a valuable faculty member. Students and colleagues alike find 
strength in his handclasp, wisdom in his counsel and joy in his friendship. 



38. 














\essor 






^^^^'^^ Economics. 
eSS'^^? processor J. 



2,oo\ogv 
ogf- 







Wi.D^iii'o'^^on'^^'^^ 



39 



^ 



ecm 




Possessor of one of the most soothing voices on the campus is Dr. Christen 
Jensen, capable Dean of the Graduate School and Professor of Political Science. 
He welcomes and advises all graduate students who come to the Y and succeeds 
in imparting a wealth of information to those who attend his classes. 

A man of keen intellect, he has long desired to win a degree in law but has 
never yet found time to turn from teacher to student. His sense of humor and the 
sincere interest which he imparts to all of his students have helped to make him 
a campus favorite. Dean Jensen, a true "Y" man, is now finishing his thirty-eighth 
year at B.Y.U. 

40 










^OCiMdf 



pToiessot 



UbtarY 












Physical t-a 



41 



2> 



eon 




•^^ 



Cosmopolitan Dr. Gerritt de Jong, Dean of the College of Fine Arts, returned to 
the scene of his early studies in Spanish when he went to picturesque old Mexico for 
his vacation last summer. Dean de Jong plans to continue in the near future his 
travels and his study of Portugese in South America. Already known for his ability 
as a pianist and his linguistic accomplishments, Dr. de Jong is also recognized for 
his musical compositions. He is a member of the General Board of the Sunday 
School and was Chairman of Leadership Week here at the University. His hobby, 
it is said, is carpentry. 

His picture in oil, painted by Alvin L. Gitten of London, hangs in the hall of the 
Joseph Smith Building. 



42 



L^^l^TA^^O^ 










^aoiduu 



1 «■'*'' S^oi'p'O""- 






43 



^ 



eon 




In spite of recent restrictions that made many of the traditions of the summer 
school impossible, Dr. A. C. Lambert, Dean of the Summer Session, has overcome 
obstacles to make this phase of the academic program a great success. Possessor 
of an admirable vocabulary as well as an extremely acute mind, he is a forceful 
speaker at educational gatherings. Books hold a great fascination for him, and he 
lectures to students with great zest. In response to his characteristic love of the out- 
of-doors, he spends a considerable amount of time traveling. One of the most 
dynamic campus personalities. Dr. Lambert has been the inspiration of many stu- 
dents at the Y. 



44 



pH^ ^V Processor 











««S- "'^^"^ 



Eduo 



aViO"- 



45 



2> 



eoM 




No one ever leaves the Y without trying at least one of the remedies for colds, 
sore throat, disappointed love-life, or what have you so thoughtfully recommended 
by Dr. Thomas L. Martin, Dean of the College of Applied Science. The campus-wide 
mfluence he exerts has rated for him the title of "the biggest little man" on the 
campus. Students in his classes are amazed at the amount of material he manages 
to inject into a single lecture. Always smiling, always moving as though he had a 
deadline to meet. Dr. Martin will always be a campus favorite. 



46 






Sets-- 














\JnWe' 



:TSM 



47 



2> 



ecm 




The acme of kindness and thoughtful consideration for all whom he chances to 
contact is Dr. Amos N. Merrill, Dean of the College of Education. Having spent 
many years on this campus preparing teachers for their places in the world, he 
commands the respect of all his associates. As a prominent educator, he has served 
outside of the college as well as within it. Outstanding has been his service as 
president of the city board of education. He is especially noted for his jovial nature 
and informality during personal appointments. Dr. Merrill holds that honesty is the 
greatest virtue and he often predicts success for any student willing to face life 
"squarely". 



48 




^aouuu 



ELmSCAS;t^Bo«f>r 

Assistant r 

InstTuctoT 
Science- 



InsttuctoT 
EducaUon. 



Assistant 
ArcbeologY- 



Ass^sW^^bandTY. 

instructor 3 

GtOBGE^^^j Speech. 
Instructor 



49 



"^kf-. oi lleu(^lc»n 



The Division of Religion, 
necessarily a huge depart- 
ment since it is mandatory 
that every student enroll for 
a religion class each quar- 
ter, has some of the best 
scholars in Biblical and 
Church doctrine as teach- 
ers. Headed by J. Wiley Ses- 
sions, above right, and as- 
sisted by Dr. Russel Swen- 
sen and Dr. Sidney Sperry, 
below, the department func- 
tions as an active agent in 
the life oi every student at 
the "Y". 




50 



^'xte4^A4xm ^liM^lon 



The Extension Division is the 
nerve center through which flow 
the contacts between the univer- 
sity and the outside world. As a 
result of its activities, home study- 
courses reach students in all 
branches of the service and in 
all parts of the world. Its film li- 
brary is the largest in the inter- 
mountain West, and its news bu- 
reau is a beehive of activity as 
campus news is gathered and 
distributed to state and local 
newspapers. 

Dr. Thomas L. Broadbent, at 
right, who directs the Extension 
Division. 



s^ 




J. ■ * ^^'%-^■ 




51 




Poised, charming Karma Jean Culli- 
more honors the position she holds as 
Vice President of the Student Body. She 
enjoys the admiration of all who know 
this friendly, talented lady. 





i 

I 




■■* 




Curly-haired, amiable Student Body 
Prexy, L. Grant Shields, familiary known 
to everyone as "Gus," heads one of the 
largest student bodies in the history of 
B.Y.U. and efficiently directs the activities 
of Student Council. 




52 





Here is a young lady who is fun know- 
ing, for she is always ready with a witty 
line and a laugh. Faye Hunter carries 
the record books and uses the pencil at 
Student Council meetings. 



i 



« 



I 



P 






j^ 



Vivacious, petite Verda Olson has 
lead us through a delightful, active social 
Calendar . . . maybe that's because she 
loves dancing so. Do I detect a far-off look 
in her eye 



53 



^tude^ Gounoii 







Student Body President 

GUS SHIELDS 

Student Body Vice Pro;;id';nt 

CARMA JEAN CULLIMORF, 

Student Body Secretary 

FA YE HUNTER 

Student Body Social Chairman 

VERDA OLSEN 

Senior Class President 

SHIPLEY SNOW 

Junior Class President 

TAYLOR REYNOLDS 

Sophomore Class President 

ARIEL BALLIF 

Freshman Class President 

REED BENSON 




54 



^iude^ii Goundl 



Representative of the en- 
tire student body ore these 
administrators of student ac- 
tivity, the student council. 
They are ours by popular 
choice, and as a council they 
have full power to recom- 
mend anything concering 
student affairs of school ad- 
ministration. 





55 



^r 



>' 



BOOK THREE 




58 




Whence is thy learning? Hath thy toil 
O'er hoo\s consumed the midnight oil? 

John Cay 



59 



^ 




Opaduaij24^ 



61 



Glenn C. Russell 



Wealthy Purrington 



Delbert Hales 



Marilyn Brunson 



Keith Wilson 



Dorothy Timms 







Joseph R. Meservy 



1^: 



Rey Canning 
Chester Stone 




Le Moyne Peterson 
Albert Davis 



Ross Christensen 
William Weston 



Earl F. Jeppson 
Edward L. Gardner 



Howard Lowe 
Don L. Nuffer 



Delbert Barney 
Herbert C. Breinholt 



Arthur Chapman 
Sterling Larsen 





i Y"— ' 





fifKt)^: 




i 





62 







63 




CLASS OFHCERS 



Top: Shipley Snow.. ..President 

Left: Rose Taylor Vice-Pres. 

Right: Bonnie Gromar Sec'y. 



64 




JANETT RASBAND 
Heber City 
Education 

JOHN C. LAMBSON 
Sandy 
Education 

JOSEPHINE BIRD 
Provo 

Arts & Sciences 
MALCOLM A. PEIRSON 
Provo 
Arts 5r Sciences 

MARIAN OWENS 
Provo 
Arts 5r Sciences 

JUNIOR W, CHILD 
Claremont, California 
Commerce 
CECILE ROMNEY 
Payson 
Arts 6t Sciences 

E. LaMAR BUCKNER 
Ogden 
Commerce 

FLORENCE MITCHELL 
Safford, Arizona 
Arts & Sciences 
GRANT NEUTEBOON 
Ogden 
Arts <S Sciences 

LaVIEVE MONSON 
Pleasan Grove 
Arts & Sciences 

SHIRLEY ANN CLEAVE 
Annabella 
Education 
MARCIA GREENSHAW 
Chicago, Illinois 
Fine Arts 

MERLE JOHNSON 
St. Anthony, Idaho 
Arts & Sciences 

PAUL WILSON 
LaVirkin 
Education 
WINIFRED THOMAS 
Provo 
Fine Arts 

QUE WINTERS 
Castledale 
Applied Science 

SHIRLEY WILKES 
Eugene, Oregon 
Education 
R. ELLSWORTH SNOW 
Provo 
Arts & Sciences 

MARY WINTCH 
Tropic 
Education 

ERNEST o. JACKSON 
Bicknell 
Applied Science 



65 



HELEN RAE OLPIN 
Salt Lake City 
Fine Arts 

GEORGE REIMSCHUSSEL 
Provo 
Fine Arts 

DARLENE COMAN 
Payson 
Education 
JOHN T. HYDE 
Salt Lake City 

Commerce 

LARUE COTTLE 
Rexburg, Idaho 
Commerce 

JAMES BURKEY 
Provo 
Education 
GENEVIEVE ELIASON 
Deseret 
Commerce 

J. DIXON ISAAC 
Provo 
Applied Science 

NORMA FORSEY 
Eureka 
Commerce 
RUSSEL D. GRANGE 
Price 
Commerce 

LARUE HOOPES 
Rexburg, Idaho 
Commerce 

J. W. DE GRAFF 
Heber City 
Commerce 
LILA MARCHANT 
Peoa 
Fine Arts 

MARION TAYLOR 
Boise, Idaho 
Applend Science 

MAURINE HOWELL 
Malad, Idaho 
Fine Arts 
ROBERT BARKER 
Provo 
Education 

BEVERLY C. LLOYD 
"Eureka 
Commerce 

VAUGHN TAYLOR 
Springville 
Arts and Sciences 
LEORA C. BIRD 
Manti 
Commerce 

CREED BRIMHALL 
Provo 
Commerce 

MELBA BECKMAN 
Provo 
Applied Science 



66 





W. DELOY SMITH 
Provo 
Arts & Sciences 

MIRIAM YOUNG 
American Fork 
Fine Arts 

EZRA MOORE 
Rockland, Idaho 
Commerce 
BETH WIGHT 
Brigham City 
Education 

SELDON LOWRY 
Provo 
Arts <S Sciences 

JEANNE SANDSTROM 
Orem 

Applied Science 
ROSS L. DEARDEN 
Henefer 
Commerce 

RHODA MAY GOATES 
St. George 
Applied Science 

KARL E. HART 
Provo 

Applied Science 
ANNA DAVIDSON 
St. Anthony, Idaho 
Applied Science 

MAURINE COWAN 
Payson 
Education 

AFTON B. SMITH 
Salt Lake City 
Education 
BARBARA HUTCHINS 
Arcadia, California 
Education 

LOWELL MILLER 
Provo 
Applied Science 

MARY DONNA JONES 
Pocatello, Idaho 
Arts 6c Sciences 
DOUGLAS ROMNEY 
Oswego, New York 
Applied Science 

ALAMA AYERS 

Waihee, Maui, Hawaii 
Education 

ALBERT E. PURCELL 
Ogden 

Arts & Sciences 
MARIAN LEIGH 
Cedar City 
Fine Arts 

J. ELDON OLSEN, Jr. 
LaCanada, California 
Commerce 

LORRAINE DRISSELL 
Provo 
Fine Arts 



67 



SHIPLEY M. SNOW 
Provo 
Arts & Sciences 

FLORENCE BEATTY 
Hurricane 
Education 

ROLAND F. THUNELL 
Provo 

Arts & Sciences 
BLANCHE WEIGHT 
Provo 
Arts & Sciences 

ANTHONY H. IVINS 
Salt Lake City 
Fine Arts 

ELAINE LUND 

Los Angeles, Californic 
Arts & Sciences 
DON S. BRIMHALL 
Holden 
Education 

ELOISE KAY 
Heber City 
Applied Science 

GEORGE R. BIRD 
Springville 
Commerce 
EVELYN LINDSTROM 
Lewisville, Idaho 
Arts & Sciences 

JOHNNY BELLE HOLLEY 
Houston, Texas 
Fine Arts 

GENE HIATT 
Provo 
Education 
JOHN S. GARDINER 
Provo 
Applied Science 

MARY RASKELLY 
Salt Lake City 
Applied Science 

GEORGE PRINGLE 

Provo 
Commerce 
INES E. PAYNE 
Payson 
Arts 6c Sciences 

DON SNOW 
Provo 
Education 

RUTH REDD 
Salt Lake City 
Education 
L, GRANT SHIELDS 
Tooele 
Fine Arts 

PHYLUS HUNTER 
Idaho Falls, Idaho 
Applied Science 

SHELDON JOHNSON 
Salt Lake City 
58 Commerce 




iikM 





W. CLYDE BEHUNIN 
Salt Lake City 
Education 

CHARLOTTE M. BRIDGES 
Lajara, Colorado 
Arts & Sciences 

JAY HUNTSMAN 
Provo 
Education 
ELEANOR JORGENSEN 

Price 
Applied Science 

NELLIE BUSHMAN 
St. Joseph, Arizona 
Applied Science 

CLARENCE J. HARMON 
Provo 
Commerce 
MARRIAL CLARK 
Provo 
Applied Science 

ARDELLA NIELSEN 
Idaho Falls, Idaho 
Education 

FLORENCE SIMONS 
Salem 

Applied Science 
FA YE HUNTER 
Castle Dale 
Fine Arts 

JOSEPH S. KING 
Provo 
Applied Science 

WOODROW CHURCH 
Escalante 
Education 
ELAINE ANDERSON 

Ogden 
Arts and Sciences 

LAURIE TEICHERT 
Cokeville, Wyoming 
Arts & Sciences 

HERMAN LONGHURST 
Pocatello, Idaho 
Education 
.LOLA JEAN GADDIE 
Garland 
Fine Arts 

IVO KISSELL 
Price 
Applied Science 

JANE KIRKHAM 
Salt Lake City 
Education 
VERDA OLSON 
Salt Lake City 
Arts & Sciences 

WILUAM S. LOVE 
Provo 
Commerce 



69 



I OLA PETERSON 

Rexburg, Idaho p , 

Fine Arts 

I. ELLSWORTH BROWN 
Boise, Idaho 
Applied Science 

MERLA BOND 
Duchesne 
Commerce 
VERNON DIEU 
Ogden 
Commerce 

LORN A CRANE 
Draper 
Commerce 

DUANE S. MIKKELSON 
Prove 

Applied Science 
ALICE WATTS 
Orem 
Education 

VIRGIL HOWELL 

Salt Lake City 
Applied Science 

BONNIE JEAN CROMAR 
Eureka 
Commerce 
RUTH ERCANBRACK 
Provo 
Arts & Sciences 

ELNORA BOYACK 
Cheynne, Wyoming 
Applied Science 

WEST BELNAP 
Ogden 
Education 
REED MADSEN POWELL 
Provo 
Arts & Sciences 

MAXINE B. SHIRTS 
Provo 
Commerce 

EMMA ULLOCK 
Springville 
Arts & Sciences 
PHYLLIS CLARK 
Provo 
Education 

V. M, POWELL 
Provo 
Arts & Sciences 

BESSIE A. SMITH 
St. George 
Education 
MAXWELL lONES 

Morgan _^ i 

Commerce , . ^ 

VERDELL HUNT 
Pine, Arizona 
Applied Science 

RUSSELL C. HARRIS 
Ogden 
Arts & Science 




i 




FRANKLIN STUCKI 
Provo 
Coinmerce 

KATHLEEN N. BIRD 
San Diego, California 
Fine Arts 

ANNA JEAN BULLOCK 
Montrose, Colorado 
Fine Arts 
MARJORIE LINDSTROM 
Lewisville, Idaho 
Education 

DAVID H. YARN 

Atlanta, Georgia 
' Education 

VELMA BATES 

Mesa, Arizona 
Arts & Sciences 
L. GEORGE THATCHER 
Provo 
Applied Science 

BETH HARTSHARN 
American Fork 
Arts & Sciences 

OLEA BABBEL 
Twin Falls, Idaho 
Applied Science 
ELNA STUELER 
Provo 
Commerce 

QUELLA HART 
Provo 
Arts & Sciences 

OWEN G. DIXON 
Provo 
Education 
ANN H. BUCHANAN 
Salina 
Eduaction 

BETH CRANDALL 

Orefn 
Arts & Sciences 

KARMA JEAN CULLIMORE 

Provo 
Arts & Sciences 
ADRIAN A. THOMAS 
Richmond 
Applied Science 

JACQUELINE SUTTON 
Grantsville 
Fine Arts 

KEITH P. ANDERSON 
Ogden 

Applied Science 
ROSE TAYLOR 
Provo 
Fine Arts 

DEE SANFORD 
Springville 
Commerce 



71 



A. GLENN SNARR 
Murray 
Education 

RUTH ENGLAND 
Tooele 
Arts & Science 

DONALD B. COX 
Fairview 
Arts & Sciences 
BETTY ZIEVE 
Kamas 
Fine Arts 

JOSEPH H. WARNER 
Fillmore 
Commerce 

VIRGINIA WOODBURY 
St. George 
Education 




72 




Oimh^ 



73 



\ 




CLASS OFFICERS 



Top: Taylor Reynolds Pres. 

Left: Barbara Bailey ....V.-Pres. 
Right: Mirion Jones Secretary 



74 




Lugene Morris 
Richard Rowley 
Betty Jean Cattle 
Joyce Parrish 



Helen McNeil 
Florence Nielsen 
Clyde Mackay 
Patricia Critchlow 



Duane Spilsbury 
Bernice Manson 
Anna Peterson 
Clayton Chantrill 



Norma Halladay 
Phyllis Barnes 
lown Foote 
Jean Reese 



Melba Barker 
Marion Toland 
Ruby Schwartz 
Kent Baggs 



Betty Jane 
Roper 

Larence 
Barrett 



William 
Hulet 

Donna 
Page 



Melba 
Liechty 

Chester 
Mortensen 



Thomas E. 
Pardoejr. 

Billie Jean 
McCormick 



Harold 
Larsen 

Thelma 
Sorensen 



Elaine 
Peacock 

Addison 
Udall 




Taylor Reynolds 
Barbara Hansen 
Helen Nelson 
Gerry Lake 



Diontha Cox 
Willis Waite 
Ruth Peterson 
Robert Mitchell 



Genevieve Parkinson 
Edna Holt 
Idella White 
Marilynn Kingston 



Roberta Dean 
Mavis Hafen 
Dean Roth 
Vanda Fisher 



Jasper Crawford 
Lorraine Nicholas 
Margaret Young 
Boyd Ostler 




Welling 
Macfarlane 

Joy 

Bennett 



Ellen 
Ashworth 

Mary 
Smart 



Mary 
Lindsay 

Ray 
Jones 



Robert 

Kest 

Magdalene 
Miller 



Leah Belle 
Hawkes 

June 
Bennett 



Mary Jean 
Laabs 

Howard 
Worthen 



Douglas 
Welti 

Elva 
Jackson 



76 





Marion 
Muir 

Rhea 
Haslem 



Harvey 
Black 

Marilyn 
Ream 



Elayne 

Thomson 

Frank 
Maruoka 



Joseph 
Nielson 

Gloria 
Langston 



Winnifred 
Dyches 

Harold 
Miner 



Caroline 
Whitesides 




Nellie Higbee 
Lorin Jex 
Virginia Qark 
Corinne Weech 



Lola Geshian 
Dewain Silvester 
Elaine Wood 
Helen Hickman 



Ruth Va Leuven 
Veloy Singleton 
Julie Hansen 
Clair Black 



Blaine Porter 
Vol Deane Rice 
Georganna Adams 
Maxine Norton 



June Berry 
Margaret Wilson 
Morris Shirts 
Marva Holm 



77 









Milton ' Marjorie Orpha Homer Junella Lee 

Smith Hart Loudie Christensen Sanford Stenquist 

Grant Virginia Delvar Margaret LeRoy Wanda 

Peel Ault Pope Clayton Burleigh Ricks 



Lourine 
Mickelson 

Sterling 
Sessions 



Herbsrt Smith 
Carol Collard 
Iris Taylor 
Kay Morris 



LoRee Swenson 
Nita Jeanne Fullmer 
Albert Peterson 
Barbara Davis 



Felice Swain 
Donna Ellertson 
Clara Anderson 
Carling Allen 



Evan Wimber 
Carol Beck 
Margie Hurst 
Vivian Green 



Gay Armstrong 
Dorothea McKinnon 
Floyd Graham 
Colleen Rowan 



78 





Kay Young 
Helena Wall 
Donna Mae Thurkill 
Lowell Call 



Elaine Todd 
Katherine Hess 
Ballard Christiansen 
Nila Stubbs 



Volt Roper 
Mae Sevy 
Dale Seeley 
Arva Mercer 



Jean Anderson 
Howard Randall 
Betty Logsdon 
Lucille Richards 



Richard Taylor 
Doris Oliphant 
Ruth Flanders 
Kenneth Smith 



aEKx^l / - 



Kenneth 
Davis 

Estill 
Latimer 



Norma 
Jorgensen 

Ivan 
Liechty 



Ernest 
Burgi 

Marion 
Jones 



Mary Lee 
Atkerson 

Blaine 
Hunter 



Margaret 
Friday 

Virginia 
Rickenbach 



Grant 
Bushman 

Barbara 
Bailey 




Ira Young 
Helen Watkins 
Parker Chipman 
Jean Magleby 



Vera Bobbel 
Claude Westenshkaw 
Janet Barclay 
Ray Gieave 



Aaron Card 
Evelyn Miner 
Morrie Roper 
Verda Hale 



Lois Shepherd 
Elma Larson 
Leo Dean 
Elayne Christensen 



James Hobbs 
Grant Moon 
Marian Aldrich 
Joseph Olsen 




Mary 
Sells 

Byrce 
Bailey 



Shirley 
Palmer 

Marjorie 
Anderson 



David 
Rirrie 

Samuel 
Chandler 



Louise 
Green 

Rosa Mae 
Swainston 



Marion 
Hyde 

Francis 
Barlow 



Dan 
Parker 

Margie 
Cottom 



Betty 
Pearson 

Donald 
Evans 



80 





Joyce 
Hanks 

Ruth 
Hutchins 



Rae Lon 
Whitlock 

Don 
Gubler 



Wylie 
Swapp 

Carol 
Buchmiller 



Carol 
Spicer 

Juana 
Spohn 



Russell 

Schow 

Naia 
Burkey 



Lois 
Robinson 

Giroux 
J. Fabian 




t f ^% 




Walter Dyck 
Shirley Romney 
Madefyn Hatch 
Lester Card 



Grace Hutchings 
Willie Erickson 
Elaine Cannin 
Emma Bennett 



Reid Ellsworth 
Marilyn Stevenson 
Mary Ellen Christensen 
Robert Reid 



Norma Reynolds 
James Logsdon 
Lucille Booth 
Marvel Murphy 



Keith Walker 
Gayle Ashworth 
Marva Joy Zwahlen 
Ferron Jones 



81 




Craig 
Decker 

Vivian 
Hoyt 



Olga 
Allred 

Joy 
Tangren 



Bill 
fhjisipher 

Polly 
Kiester 



Iris Moore 
Arlene Knudsen 
Marjorie Petty 
Grant Ash 



Glena Vernon 
Kaye Lyman 
Blanche Koyle 
Hannah Billings 



Arus Bird 
Joy Thompson 
Clair Black 
Marjorie Sinclair 



Leda Jean Widdisi 
Marilyn Simmons 
Shirley Cunningto) 
Lois Hansen 



Coy Miles 
Pauline Sheranian 
Frank Itaya 
Betty Lou Anderson 



Lorna 
Pincock 



Marian 
Cowles 



Elaine Anthony 

Waddoups Snow- 



Elliot 
Howe 

Melba 
Buckner 



Carole 
Hilton 

Beulah 
Blake 



:li ^T^ P ' i\ 1 iWiH 

wumma 






82 







Page 83 
Dale McAllister 
Joyce Tew 
Ruth Thomas 
Marie Snell 



Guenevere Cheatham 
Norma Wood 
Frank Taylor 
Luana Collins 



Mary Lou Dixon 
Rube' Morrell 
Grace McEwen 
Barbara Mullen 




83 



j 

I 




£ophmuyi£ 



85 




CLASS OFFICERS 



Top: Ariel Ballif, Jr President 

Left: Paul Thompson .— V.-Pres. 
Right: Colleen Page ....Secretary 



86 




Jean Young 
Jack Isaac 
Joyce Clark 



Marjorie Barlow 
Pat Kaufman 
John Jensen 



John Price 
Alton Taylor 
Roma Smart 



Virginia Bird 
Reed Romney 
Lois Sturgill 



Frances Hunter 
Beverly Hardy 
Priscilla Ludlow 




Fv) 




Alberta Farnsworth 



Rex Olsen 



Mary Jane Miner 



Robert Mendenhal 



Bette Nichols 



Helen 
Clegg 

Joe 
Salisbury 



Dean 
Payne 

Lois Ruth 
Peterson 



Anne 
Christensen 

Grefalia 
Chaknias 



Lou Anne 
Brown 

Eldon 
Harding 



Howard 
Wiscombe 

Jeanne 
Tackrell 



Melba 
Otteson 

Ethelyn 
Thompson 





87 








Phyllis Dorothy Dick Anne Veda Stanley Ruth 

Boyack Norberg Dabling Brockbank Miller Brady Gardner 

Jean Keith LaWana Mary Donna Jean Donald June 

Mcintosh Whitney Miller Harmon Sirrine Murri Telsch 





m" '^jfl 


Margaret Anderson 


^^•'^Vm^I 




IS^^^^&^^^^^H 




gf '%^ 




l""H 


Roxey Nelson 


Ipi 




pr- 






Kenneth Ludlow 


•^ ■ 



Meredith Hogan 



Glenna Wallace 




Aileen Hales 
Louine Brown 
Elaine Paxman 

Joan Whitney 
Max Pyne 
Jeanne Kellett 

Robert Peterson 
Margarita Bautista 
Marian Pitcher 

Jenna Vee Beck 
Beth Peirson 
BUI Huish 

Hannah Williams 
Edna Ryskamp 
Carol Clark 





Meredith 
Hansen 

Ariel 
Ballif 



Junius 
Duke 

Sheila 
Brough 



Doris 

Gwillipm 

Margaret 
Judd 



Enid 
Caldwell 

Lawrence 
Thome 



Peter 
Skousen 

Zola Rae 
Law 



Kathleen 
King 

Paul 
Adams 




Richard Wright 
Dorothy Robinson 
-^ Deanne Taylor 



Lei Orna Thurber 
Mildred Shaw 
Earl Williams 

R. G. Francis 
LaVee Prisby 
Betty Lou Houghton 

LaRue Wasden 
Carma Meredith 
Charles Allred 

Reed Walker 
Barbara Peel 
Mary Hafin 








Tom Lee 



Nydra Hunsaker 



Doug Mabey 



Phyllis Cook 



Margaret Wood 



89 



George Felsch 



Helen Brown 



Myrlene Romney 



Donald Christensen 



Marybeth Pierce 







Douglas Francis 
Patricia Pace 
Margaret Wilson 

Janet Stringhom 
Willard Laveridge 
Barbara Kohler 

Shirley Johnson 
Phyllis Jones 
Leron Miller 

Clifton Pyne 
Norma Nell Straw 
Corinne Smith 

Marion Gardner 
Keith Jones 
Joyce Whiting 




Alfonso 
Trujillo 

Morris 
Cunningham 



Betty 
Stratford 

Jean 
Char 



LaVelta C. 
Hill 

James 
Knell 



Arlene 
Sheperd 

Delores 
Francis 



Chris 
Sanders 

Jane 
Nate 



Evelin 
Grass 

Norman 
Marchant 



Audrey 
Leavitt 

Norma Lee 
Reynolds 




90 




Boyd Peay 
Nathel Openshaw 
Vonnie Beth Davis 



Wayne Persson 
June Kanipe 
John Olson 



Shirley Farnsworth 
Richard Shuck 
Melba Gillespie 



Shirley Sanford 
Winifred Ellsworth 
LaMar Burnett 



June Vernon 
Lewis J, Will 
Karma Stewart 




Glenith Bangerter 




Lavelle Thornton 




Nicky Ohran 




Deaun Adams 




Arthur Slater 



William 
Dyer 

Marjorie 
Sutton 



Norma 
Cheatham 

Eugene 
Harvey 



Ben 
Roberts 

Barbara 
Crandall 



Eva Jane 
Smith 

Edie 
Jensen 



Doris 
Preece 

Shiralee 
Harding 



Jess 
McCulley 

Emmett 
Ostler 





Gloria Glendora lone 

Schwantes Schwantes Roundy 

Maxine Gordon Dorla 

Howes Hawkins Hibbard 



Charles 
Combe 



Thelma 
Sutton 



David 
Williams 



Vern Lana Fawn John 
Jensen Olson Jensen 



Elrod Leany 



LuDeane Wagstaff 



Thelma Davidson 




Rex A. Madsen 



Maxine Overlade 
92 




Squre 
Phil 

Beverly 
Bird 



Carol Smith 
Beatrice Jensen 
Bette Nelson 

Gwen Wahlen 
June Smith 
Blaine Wilcox 

Franklin Wixom 
Katheryn Meyer 
Bernice Maeno 

Charlotte Harris 
Dawn Hilton 
Robert Boig 

Golda Thornley 
Joseph Beeston 
Peggy Zimmerman 





Keith 
Facer 

Renee 
Bliss 



McDcine 
Walker 

Jennie 
Gwilliain 



Legia 
Mendenhall 

Ken 
Beck 



Joseph 
Hafen, Jr. 

Mourine 
Romney 



Velora 
Sorensen 

Wylene 
Millet 



Edythe 
Bright 

James G. 
Abel 




Betty Clark 
Shirley Jennens 
Jim Winterton 

William Beglin, Jr. 
Jennie Bea Jones 
Marion Bard 

Delphia Collins 
J. Paul McGuire 
Joyce Harris 

Jeweldene Moore 
Verjean Holyoak 
Verla MacDonald 

Jean Cram 
Leone Winegar 
Mont Rasmussen 








Gae Peterson 



Ben Summerhays 



Dorothy Shippe 



Lorraine Swain 



John Anderson 



93 



Stan Benson 



Clara Braderick 



Gwen Botemon 



Carl Hunter 



Donna Thomas 








Alene Johnson 
Kenneth Williams 
Joan Spratley 

Phyllis Draper 
Betty Jo Mercer 
Richard Daynes 

Joseph F. Elder 
Josephine Williams 
Catherine Newman 

Valeea Crowther 
Bette Jensen 
Sally Stayner 

Joan Christensen 
Mary Sawyers 
Stephen Sharp 




Geraldine Adeline Reed L. Eva 

Heatherly Done Frost Stokes 



Laie Josie Robert 

Thurber Tippetts Day 



Orpha J. Bernard Inez LonaMae Bums Donna Claire Margaret 
Stokes Critchfield Brimley Clegg Swapp Smith Hutchirjgs 



94 





Jane Wright 
Willa Crane 
Norman F. Hya' 



Feme Francis 
Joyce Wilson 
Lila Ellen Miner 



Jack Cramor 
Qella Clark 
June Weaver 



Sytha Nielsen 
Carol Cox 
Dwain Buchanan 



Lula Bamgartner 
Donna Bean 
Gertrude Duckworth 



Ruth 
Martin 

' Roy 
Olsen 



PoUy 
Brown 

Josephine 
Dickson 



Ron 

Frogley 

Morris 
Dewsnup 



Carol 

Wheelwright 

Doren 
Young 








Lucille 
Buell 

Nona 
Mortensen 



Kelly 
Pugh 

Arm 
Bailey 



»#*iiyy 




EHeonore Berrett 



Buela Bell 



Lloyd McArthur 



Leone Miller 



Roberta Guild 




95 




Dove 
Call 

Harold 
TalBoe 



Inez 
Tennant 

Margie 
Harris 



Alberto 
Miera 



Barbara 
Welsch 



Wyoma 
Suhlsen 



Helen Darlene Clifton 

Spencer Howard Thatcher 



Faye 
Briggs 

Jean 
Clark 



Preston 
Bushman 

Joy 
Hansen 



Mark Nielson 




Agnes Jensen 




Daisy Dean Daniels 



Jeanne Kellett 



Keith Wilson 



96 






Fay Jacobsen 
Bertha Randall 
Iris Tennant 



lola Roe Hepwortl- 
Patricia Edmunds 
Betty Houston 



Charles Murray 
Cleo Harding 
Thola Hepworth 

Marie Harvey 
Janet Clegg 
Mary Phillips 

Leo Ferre 
Maurine AUred 
Lois Johnson 






Bonnie 
Higginson 

Grace 

Howell 



Dorothy 
Jepson 

Shirley 
Cowley 



lamesW. Phyllis Josephine Thiele 

Distefano Anderson Mulchings Anderson 

Annette Marian Evlon Barbara 

Bailey Astin Anderson Farnsworth 




Lucille Simmons 

Sariah Ann 

< 

Leah Boyer 



r/ Sariah Ann Bushman 



Tf 



Edith Simmons 
Twila Bond 
Ronnie Vincent 

Elizabeth Fletcher 
Mary Ida Ream 
Ruth Coffin 

Dean Snow 
Merial Perkins 
Verda Griner 

Shirlee Christensen 
Carma Jane Mendenhall 
Gloria Groneman 



Elaine Gaisford 




/ ^ 



James Bradley 




Marion Clark 




Jackie Boberg 




Pearl Babbel 



97 



Betty Bailey 



Eleanor Bennion 



Morjorie Scherer 



Connie Jean Smith 







Dorothy Stout 
Elaine Allred 
Marcein Ginn 

Leland Carroll 
Rita Clement 
Elina Terry 

Va Lois Harris 
Carma Thacker 
La Von Squire 

Arlene Cox 
Margaret Butler 
Melvin Peterson 

Louise Le Baron 
Ramona McFarland 
Lennie Page 




.'9'^ ^ 

t 



><J 





ice Burt 


Betty 
Lewis 

Donald 
Cleverly 


Helen 
Fullmer 

Dorothy 
Follett 


Mary 
Harris 

Eloise 
Christensen 








Colleen 
Page 

Berva 
Nebeker 


Sylvia 
Woodbury 

Blanche 
Ockey 


Dennis 
Wardle 

La Roe 
Evans 


Marion 
Nelson 

Glenda 
Williuiiis 




98 



8 M'W 



■^r* 



1. 


^ 


^ J 


m-^ 


► 


m^^^ 




^b^i 


M 


v^ 




Ida Lee Jackson 

Ted McKnelly 
Naomi Clark 



Rita Anderson 
Melva Harris 
Geraldine Hansen 



Richard Miner 
Polly Brown 
Barbara Marshall 



Beverly Landgren 
George Addy 
Reeda Bjarnson 



Vivian Jensen 
Florence Davis 
Mary Lund 








Irene Whiting 



Adell Jackson 



Dorothy Ogden 



Mary Ellen Jex 



Preston Morchont 



Phyllis Robert 

Millar Barker 





99 




OAe^iman 



101 




CLASS OFFICERS 



Top: Reed Benson President 

Left: George Ballif V.-Pres. 

Right: Ruth MacDonald Sec'y. 



102 





^u 



Georgia Heder 
Roberta Robertson 
Edwin M. Prince 

Inazelle Oplin 
Hazel Shaw- 
Bonnie Hansen 

George Bollif 
Marjorie Millar 
Elma Jean Pendle 

Marva Hopkins 
Norma Rirrie 
Roberta Moore 

William Anderson 
Winifred Phelps 
Nadine Buckley 

Donna Ruth Ivie 
Edgar Warren 
Roxie Richmond 



W « 



PF 



f 8 




Barbara Heinerman 
Reid Kimball 



Marilyn Petty 
Dorothy Hulihan 



Clarence Black 

Erma Page 



Adelia Hooper 
Deanor lueschke 



Mary Ann Murdock 
Dorothy Nielson 



Melva Harris 
/'' Glade Burgon 



Gladys Norma Loy Helen 

Rowlings Robbins Hatch Hafer 

Thelma Hazel Marie Betty 

Chandler Buchanan Hardy Hirseln 



fj0 %jS 



Joanne Wilbert R. Merlyn 
Irwin Hunt Hunt 

Thyrle Barbara Carol 

Ellsworth Hansen Dangerfield 





WSSBM 



% !.*« f 



.■OH .'Til 



V 



Elden Lesley B. 
Jackman Decker 



Anne 
Melton 



Donald 
LeBoron 



Arlene Joynann Dorothy 

Gray Morgan Kezerian 

Meryl Emmeline Betty 

Dunford Kirk Bowes 



Lois 
Dolby 

Marie 
Curtis 




Lou Gwendolyn lone 
Stoddard Gwynn Kimbball 



Lila 
Petersen 



Doris 
Jeffrey 



Ellen 
MacKay 



Myrtle Emmett 
Shirley Graham 



Maxine Donnelly 
Carol Lee Bunnell 



Ronald Griggs 
Ramona Peterson 



Qaire Johnson 
Jean Darny 



Lucy Brcrwer 
Lee Larsen 



Jean Johnson 
Mildred Miller 

104 








K^' 4 


^ 


^u 


1m. 




%. ^ 




Jean Duke 
Velta Brooksley 
Elaine Jensen 

Norma Boyle 
Calvin Greenwood 
Barbara Peterson 

Ellen Dalton 
Kathleen Gibson 
Barbara Bean 

Beverly Jameson 
Cleona Decker 
Maurine Colby 

Eva Pederson 
David Gammon 
Nadine Dance 

Ida Marshall 
Kathryn Kerr 
Beverly Duckett 







«*• ' 'i 


■in 


*' 


'f; ^. 


jdi 


MMT^ 




M « 


§ * *l 


•ra 


hmw^Amrwmmm 


4 # 


%^\ 

>^^^ ^ 


i 






Lyle H. 
Mclff 



Patricia 
Johansen 



Jeanette Bob 

Armstrong Mercer 



Mar j oris 
Musig 

Donna 
Ostler 



Arlene 
Peters 

Fawn 
Anderson 



Estebon 
Castillo 

Marilyn 
Baird 



Norma Edna 

Hale Halladay 



Tom 
Howells 



Lou Jean 
Park 




Darlene Jensen 
Gloria Hansen 
Archie H. Millett 

Lucille Okey 
Bonnie Shuler 
Rosalie Nichols 

Reed Benson 
Doris Honey 
Hazel Dawn Ream 

Joyyce Muir 
Roland Pabst 
Eva Beffort 

Leona Jackson 
Alice Hansen 
Clifford Jones 

Ann Midgley 
Marie Haslem 
Moana Ballif 




«^& 




Doris Mae Rowe 
Darlene Rasband 



Ross D. Hansen 
Betty Shurtz 



Dorma Nielson 
Betty Morrison 



Lynn Powell 
Carol Hansen 



Shirley Nelson 
Wilburta Moore 



Shirley Ollerton 
Dorothy Harris 

105 



Maurine Maxfield 
Leila Durfee 



Beverly Keith 
Louise Peacock 



Ben Marler 
Billie Croshaw 



Claire Stoddard 
Peggy Jones 



Gwen Davis 
Virginia Bielor 



Shirley B. Keep 
LdRae Collett 




Elizabeth Petersen 
Janet Josephson 
LaNae Larsen 

Frances Measom 
Shirley Call 
Truman Jeffrey 

Frances Kimball 
Elaine Erickson 
Iva Lou Budge 

Marleen France 
James Lyman 
Georgene Krissman 

Colleen Matthews 
Elaine Dangerfield 
Kenneth Liechty 

LaVina Borgeson 
Billie Bridge 
EUertson Kent 




Marie Rhea Marilouise Joan Clarice Elaine Jenna V. Raymond Alton 

Bybee Madsen Evans Leyshan Gibson Kellogg Jensen Petersen Bowen 

Adelaide Joye Alta Mae Glena Mae Herbert Louise Jean Marius Betty Lou 

Matthews Davis King Jeperson Gaestel McQuarrie Brooner Larsen Marshall 




106 





Wayne Reid 
Maxine Nelson 
Maxine Jones 

Lorna Ross 
Roma Orton 
Vern Qark 

Lowene Wood 
Lona June Griffith 
Ardis Adams 

Blaine Smith 
Joyce Abplanolp 
Fern Fisher 

Beatrice Folsom 
Eileen Glazier 
Ruth Dawson 

Lewis Griffin 
Bonnie Zirker 
Nadine Wiscomtie 




9 » 



^I 



S J 



Glenn Montague 
Betty Argyle 



Carol Lambourne 
, / Preston Conley 



Francelle Robson 
Ida Nielson 



Ruth Brown 
Royden Rice 



Nancy Shurtleff 
Luana flushton 



Margaret Rowle> 
Arloa Orwin 



r 



Bud Joonn Jane Bonnie Susan Kenneth Peggy 

Coll Baer Tyler Theobald Halterman Winsor Weathers 

Elizabeth Clyde Edythe Jacklin Aseneth Myra Jo Anne 

Jueschke Weeks Trotter Tracy Wcdser Madsen Zabriskie 





107 



PiS 


5; ®^ 5. ® S Ir^, 




t- s^« 


wmr^w^i 



Ruth 
Fife 

Elaine 
Eyring 



Darlene 
Brimholl 



Erlene 
Lewis 



Waldo 
Jacobsen 



Dorothy Gwendolyn Jo Ellen 
Dickson Miller Fleetwood 



Grace Lindsay 
Ann McDonald 



Carol Brockbank 
Betty Galbraith 



Pamela Davis 
Mario Anderson 



Thelma McForland 
Sharmene Brough 



Gloria Dixon 
LoDean Gilbert 



June Sander 
Loretta Lamprecht 

108 



Lucille Beuna Rose Lillian 
Gardner Fish Boily 






e f 



«.# 








Elaine 
Clegg 



Mildred 
Graham 



Kama Broadbent 

Mary Peel 

Helen Snowberger 

John Moffit 
Avilda Fairbanks 
Betty Gerrard 

Lorina Long 
Mildred Bodily 
Forrest Clark 

Mary McNeill 
Virginia Davis 
Alaire Lewis 

Bonita Finlayson 
Beth Baird 
Mar Rue Keller 

Elma Miner 
Ruth Larsen 
Marion Bird 



Maxine 
Davis 



Jean 

Black 

Almina 
Anderson 



Norma 
Huish 

Dean 
Call 





I. H. 

Harvey 

Betty 
Miller 



Yvonne 
Watts 

Harriet 
West 



Betty 
Taylor 

Naomi 
Nelson 



Maxine Ilia Claire D. Mark 
Strong Hunt Weaver 



Mickey 
Buller 



Scott 
Thorn 



Nona 
Sharp 



Lucille 
Rose 

Morrison 
Mavis 





^ f 




Marilyn Haskell 
Cherril Wilcox 
LaRae Reynolds 

Adeline Rice 
Opal Hart 
Madison Moffat 

Gwendolyn Sutton 
Dorothy McDaniel 
Laurine Adams 

Max Whitaker 
Nelma Jones 
Lucy Taylor 

Lois White 
Alene Sorensen 
Ronald Winn 

Verna Lung 
Conway Thriet 
Mary Heninger 




Helen Tolman 
Lynn Warner 



Brewer Courtney 
Meredith Hansen 



r^ >■ Lenan Peterson 
Betty Seely 



Leora Williams 
Heber Rasbond 



Doreen Thyret 
Wilma Mooring 



Solly Sharp 
Anita Harvey 

109 



PAGE 110 La- 
Lou Jean Budge 

Jean Flint 



Twilla Crandall 
Dona Anderson 



Amaryllis Garther 
Pauline Bongerter 



Mary L. Adamson 
Dean Johnson 



Cecil Abbott 
Udene Garrett 



Carol Ann Bulow 
Betty Foster 




* w 




Kathryn 
Huber 

Barbara 
Webb 



LaZeir 
Felix 

Idawna 
Hunt 



Shirley 
Allen 

Carl 
Cox 



Rosemary Ford 
Narine Butler 
Jean Adams 

Elaine Casper 

Kay Bowes 

Ada Vee Webster 

Louis Gordon 
Donna Bingham 
Barbara Ewell 

Phyllis Hancock 
Barbara Adams 
Duane Rasmussen 

Betty Jean Honks 
Rulan Brown 
Dorothy Askea 

Lois V. Hansen 
Lorna Fillmore 
Leona Brewer 



Betty Albert Marilyn LaRae 

Bowes Christman Herman Burgan 




Doris 
Clark 



Rose Mae 
Finch 



Norma Gwen Lila Glenn Helen Dona 

Burnaham Marler Folsom McGaughley Briggs Christensen i 








I 10 




f ■' s i 



Sue Russell 
Marilyn Willis 
Helen Seeley 

Bonnie Hancock 
Robert Nelson 
LaRae Roberts 

LaVae Hall 
Carol Thomsen 
Connie Schwartz 

Renee Millerburg 
Garth Kump 
Leah Taylor 

Gloria Russell 
Lucille Sargent 
Mary Joe Hallett 

Conrad Head 
Carol Peterson 
Carilla Sessions 




Jeanne Rigby 
Ralph Prusse 



Marilyn Terry 
Melba Sutherland 



Alice Williams 
Betty Lou Rees 



Ralph Ridge 
Carole Haverfield 



Lillian Sanders 
Lucille Walser 



Helen Naegle 
Del Roy Bodily 



D. L Gloria Clara Florence J. Harold Velma Lois 

Weaver Rasmussen Simmons Larkin Call Schmidt Taylor 

Maurine Evelyn Bernorr Betty Glenna Donald Velma 

Nixon Olsen Harris Termant Stucki Winton Homer 



t I § •» S 



f f ^ If W 9 



lil 





II 




Colleen 
Holman 

Richard 
Forsey 



Don Elva Venna Roy Donna Virginia LaRae Fern 

Carlson Lauritzer Hacking Keller Brinkerhoff Larsen Cranney Brady 

Joan Donna Verna Mae Lafgreen Nola Alro Rita Helen 

Hurst Clark Ludean Hendrix Buchanan Christensen Hutcheson ■ Lune 



John Cooper 
Jeane Humes 



Lillian Lundell 
Myrna Ellsworth 



Alton Marble 
Truman Clcrwso 



Belva Brown 
Rhea Huber 



Ruth MacDoncdd 
John Craven 



Jeanne Bagley 
Marie Little 




:# 


'#J 


■'^^ 




% 


Fc'fl^K '"'^^ 


9 


m > 




Joyce Haycock 
Arthur Mitchell 
Marian Crawford 

Isabelle Lawrence 
Carolyn Brown 
Charles Collings 

Betty Hayes 
Charlote Eder 

Josephine Burgin 

Thomas MacNaughton 
Carol Cummings 
RoDene Farrer 

JoAnn Hansen 
Raymond Donkin 
Betty Brown 

Clair Clark 
Rawl Bradshaw 
Beverly Larsen 








Marva 
Johnson 

Marylin 
Romney 



Reed 
Dahl 

Arvell 
Hurst 



Jean 
Mellor 

Myma 
Herde 



Audrey 
Brett 

Joyce 
Ence 



La Mar 
Johnson 

Janice 
Ence 



Kory 
Hair 

Francis 
Barton 



Margie 
Warr 

Nadine 
Cooper 





Vilate Tolman 
Norman Turley 
Morjorie Wixam 



Elyna Matthews 
IxiVern Montague 
Farrell Johnson 



Kenneth Tingey 
Mary Neves 
Helen Tourney 



Jean Evans 
Williard Tingey 
Donna Meador 



June Thain 
Cherie Taylor 
Reid Wayman 



Joan Williams 
Marjorie Morgan 
Elmo Halby 




Joel Nielson 
Norman Sullivan 

Anonna Perkins 
Margaret Harpe 

Winston Taylor 
Phyllis Wardle 

Bertie Del Walsh 
Shirley Thorpe 

Carol Walker 
Josephine Wagstaff 

Ella Rose Hinkley 
Kenneth Nielsen 
113 



Carma Johnson 
Roberta Christensen 



Geneal Peterson 
Betty Bone 



Miriam Christensen 
Dorothy Petty 



Ashly Graham 
Norma Abegg 



Beverly Adams 
Fred Bushnell 



Richine Allred 
Jeanne Drissell 




Delia Mae Porter 
Ellen Eowen 
Betty Condie 

Jerry Christensen 
Glade Jensen 
Joyce Lundell 

Deaun Lloyd 
June Greer 
Glenda Ganter 

Arlie Lejana 
Kathryn Crandall 
Leland Cook 

Arlene Jones 
Marjorie Beard 
Ruth Marie Dahlen 

Lincoln Card 
Beverly Buchman 
Margaret Demos 




Lillian Herb Helen Donna Rosella Geraldine Helen Joyce Hermcdne 

Bradshaw Peterson Maberly Bristow Compton Jackman Blake Madsen Eckersley 

Myrtle Mae Nadine Gladys Beth Francine Margaret Donna Ann Connie 

Brooksby Evans Smoot Bentley Martin Dunkley Escahedo Garrick Earl 




114 




f f fi 



Deaune Mouton 
Bardee Tidwell 
Carina Hansen 

Robert Potter 
Ilene Brown 
LaVern Johnson 

Alice Graden 
Reece Robertson 
Joan Thomas 

Joan Miller 
Colleen Callister 
Jack Bowman 

Betty Thome 
Connie Oborn 
Edith Ashley 

Manuel Aguirre 
Jeanne Roberts 
Shirley Smith 




Elaine Bentwet 
Norma J. Smith 



Earl Hoyt 
Iris Stringham 



Elaine Williams 
Carol Barton i 



Meade Squire 
Norma Simmons 



Ruby Standiforc 
Boyd Williams 



Barbara Hoover 
Dorothy Cook 



Harold Jearmie Marjorie Herman Barbara Ardean Laura 

Joyner Taylor Huffaker Buehler Brown Watts Adkins 

Helen Don Marioon Betty Douglas Iris Tennyson 

Burnside Voorhees Bond Christensen Woodward Austin Smith 






y; 


^. w 


.tWtea^ 


IP' 


Ff, 


f 


PLi 


fta 



Shirley Mary Rose Lorry Verla Eva Rae Owen Ramona Charles Marie 

Johnson Mohoney Rytting Bell Yatta Porter Smith Little Allred 

Beth Ruth Vera Lionel Juanita Lois Ann Kenneth Yvonne Carol 

Zabriskie Robinson Bingham Simmons Snow Taylor Gary Tingey Heiner 



Marian Wilkinson 
Ted Beckstrom 



Helen Stevens 
Gene Christensen 



Glen Tolman 
Louise Burbidge 



Agnes Walker 
Kenneth Hoyt 



Margaret Qark 
Chormaine Guthrie 



Don Sprouse 
Loma Batemon 

I 16 




Barbara Page 
Earl Hansen 
Colleen Stolworthy 

Robert Smurthwaite 
Estelle Fenton 
Joyce Bennion 

Colleen Webb 
Ruth Haldaway 
Roy E. Stapp 

Maxine Moulton 
Patricia Hendricks 
Carol Clark 

Kule MacDonald 
Marilyn Callister 
Roy Rogers 

Janice Smuin 
Alma June Black 
Moselle Anderson 





Joan Maude Robert 

McQueen Holman Parker 



Kathleen Clorean Ernest Irene 

Spicer Johnson Miner Wallaston 



Robert Hazel Marilyn Alma Mcturine Carma Keith 

Ribdy Alixander Paris Adams Griffin Rasmussen Kafford 



: f #■ 



f .t.. f 




It f 



Arthur Packard 
Rosemary Seymour 
Bonita White 



Louise Brimhall 
John Bennett 
Gwen Johnson 

Thelma Smith 
Alvin Lisonbee 
Ella Mae Sanders 

LaVerl Clegg 
Alma Willey 
Connie Stock 

Beverly Boardman 
Maxine White 
Max W. Stubbs 

Virginia Skousen 
Bryce Obray 
Lucille Stevens 




t' » 



f f 



# « 



Lucille Phillips 
Glen Pinegar 



Barbara Heileson 
Donna Sorenson 



Neal Richards 
Celestia Baker 



LaPreol Parduhn 
Aaron Stoddard 



Barbara Taylor 
Rhode Lyman 



Elaine Sohm 
Ray Casaday 



117 



Estella Lovelass 
Farrer Nielson 



Merry Clyde 
Jean Stevens 



Clyde Andrew 
Irene Jones 



Nancy Harvey 
Clare Olephont, Jr. 



Ida Mattson 
Katharine Tuttle 



Florence Husted 
Ernest Olsen 




Joyce Smith 
Bob Bridges 
Helen Pay 

Frank Turner 
Joyce Johnson 
Elaine Allred 

Dorothy Henderson 
Fay Roseberry 
Clifton Spendlove 

Shirley Monroe 
Joe Simpson 
Beth M. Bennett 

Robert Done 
Betty Oliver 
Evelyn Moulton 

Shirlee Bennett 
Wanda Vee Stewart 
Merrill Listen 



4 




»«M^\ 




Bruce Kathleen Virginia Narcissa 
Bliss Brown Booth Travino 



Robert 
Poulson 



Brown 

Li las 
Crandall 



Betty 
Olsen 



Qyde 
Lundell 



Jack Vida LaRue Faye Dolie 

Taylor Ashton Hinckley Buchmiller Williamson 

Ilene Carol Calvin Esther Rueben 

Taylor Clayton Richardson Stringfellow Paystrup 




I 18 




Merla Swensen 
Marie Andrus 
Carl Brown 



Norma Heotherly 
James Cooper 
Norma Jones 



Barbara Gambles 
Dale Johnson 
Neva Gambles 



Harold Gunn 
Betty Robinson 
Jay Hatch 



Elaine Hart 
Dean Higginson 
Dorine Stephens 



R, D. Harper 
Lorraine Thompson 
Wayne Gootes 








Zola Cooper 
Shirley Kinghom 

Robert Anderson 
Alene Stringham 

Jessie Beebe 
Frank Hall 

Jerry Skousen 
Erma Shakespeare 

Carolyn Fagg 
Denver Harper 

Ehvight Stapley 
Donna Whitely 



Ann Jack Joyce 

Grimmett Dewsnup Call 



Robert Estelle Robert Eva Dean 

Crook Scoville Colder Woite 



Bormie Roger Dorothy Clement Polly David Imogene 

Hindmarsh Coll Woolley Williams Bowden Candland Johnson 








Rex Mirian Robert Lila Kenneth Mco-y Clark Francis Norma 

Dunford Royle Merret Clark Lundquist Calkins Greenhalgh Johnson Glade 

Grant Elmyra Douglas Lillian Enoch Joyce Owen Lea Mae Dale 

Harris Wilson Lazenby McFerrea Ludlow Hall Clark Kitchen Lewis 



La Rue Wood 
Coke Townsend 



Howard Mclntyre 
Beth Anderson 



Alma Snow 
Darrell Allied 



Virgil Harris 
Joy Whitney 



Ruth Jibes 

Vol Christensen 



Elvoy Widdison 
Mary Cheney 

120 




Elaine McAllister 
Nila Astin 
Fay Woolley 

Ralph Henderson 
Robert Perry 
Wilda Wells 

Elva Jean Jones 
Boyd Sherman 
Floyd Weed 

Edith Russell 
Pauline Grant 
Bob Ord 

Karl Adams 
Marva Naylor 
Opal Lyman 

Alph Bingham 
Jay Shurtliff 
Betty Miles 






S/ ® f % 




Don 
Devey 



Beverly 
Brady 



Dean 
Hansen 



June Ned Lenora 

Snyder Stringham Argyle 



Janis 
Madsen 

Walt 
Norman 



Lewis 
Doran 

Estelle 
Scoville 



Alton 
Williams 

Bert 
Evans 



Garth 
Adams 

Lorraine 
Little 




Ray Gvdlliam 

Martha Anderson 
Kenneth Madsen 



Eleanor Smith 
Delbert Curtis 
Darlene Moody 



Keith Powell 
Mary A. Berry 
Sterling Booth 



Jean Wenebrenner 
Russell Bement 
Gene Harris 



Ray Houston 
Laura Evans 
Virgil Lindstrom 

Jeanne Boyack 
Myron Jones 
Beverly Larsen 




Adell Olsen 
Keith Libke 



Don Meservy 
Virginia Brown 



LaRae Hemsley 
Larry Stoddard 



Joe Weight 
Dorothy Bennion 



Reta Elder 
Dean Bateman 



Maurice Bateman 
Ella Beth Weeks 



121 



Karl Buchmiller 
Norma Jean Wooa 



Spencer Larsen 
Kenneth Pulhom 



Eleanora Welsh 
Boyd Sherman 



Frank Thompson 
Bernice Ferrin 



Donna Tingey 
Stuart Steed 



Elmer Simms 
Jean Clark 








Walter Zobrishie 
Kenneth Kendall 
Kathleen Toolson 

John Whitaker 
Mary Moore 
Evan Woley 

Janice Jensen 
Lloyd Carlton 
Houshang Ram 

Leland Thomas 
Carolyn Welti 
Claron Oakley 

Evelyn Church 
Kay Clark 
Arlene Stevensen 

Ray Chapman 
Dorothy Laney 
Bert Wagstaff 




Reed Aliene Milton Maxine George Pat Keith Ruby Bpb Leroy 

Whitley Zeeman Muir Zeeman Whitby Taylor Davis Sorensen Balle 

Barbara Bob Gaylia Richard Glenda Dick Dorothy Loren Richard 

Boyer Becksteod Clayson VanWagenen Stradling Thomson Swenson Sabey Brimhall 




122 




Roy Menlove 
Emelia Olson 
George Aiken 



Hazel Smith 
Paul Theobald 
Opal Lyman 



Martin Dalebout 
Marilyn Williams 
Keith AUred 



Georgia Mitchell 
Siegfried Fehlberg 
Donna Facer 



Clark Roberts 
Shirley Norris 
Myrt Grant 



Barbara McDonald 
Melvin Hunsaker 
Robert Hatch 




Dalee Taylor 
Bessie Russell 

Lois Bestelmeyer 
Dee Elder 

James FUchardson 
Naomi Stayner 

Kathleen Toolson 
Keith Davis 

Ross W. Westover 
Bette Brcdlsford 

Louise Clifford 
John Alton Ross 



Eldon 
Ritter 



Ida Mae 
Smith 



Kay Wanda 

Anderson Former 



Ronald 
Ross 

Earl 
Gray 



Gwenth 
Whittle 



John 
Powell 



Pearl 
Randall 



Calving 
Young 



Vada Lee George Reece Wilda 

Ratekin Anderson Finlinson Johnson 



Charles 
Lloyd 

Robert 
Hall 



Frank 
Janson 

Lovar 
Goulding 




123 



124 



BOOK FOUR 




126 




Its in your honor, we cheer our warriors. 
Our songs are ringing, our banner flung. 
We're sons of Brigham, united ever 
To fight for Brigham Toting. 

Ahia Pater Song 



127 



128 




^€H^ 



129 



Jl-Ojcmde^ 




Coach Floyd Millet 



Coach Floyd Millet opened his 
1945-46 basketball season on the 
first ol December with a cage club 
of relatively unproven hoopsters, 
but as the season progressed the 
team was augmented by the return 
of former "Y" letter men. 

The opening gome was the an- 
nual grudge battle between Alum- 
ni and Varsity, which resulted in 
a close win for the Alumni. This 
game nevertheless served to con- 
vince supporters and critics alike 
that a successful season awaited 
this near-girls school. A pre-sea- 
son trip through Idaho, Montana, 
and Wyoming farther accentuated 
the possibilities of the team's mak- 
ing it a close Big Seven race. 



Joe Weight 



Bryce Bailey 





130 




Basketball Results — 1945-46 



J Score 


Opponent Opponent Score 






60 ..... 


. Clearfield Naval Supply 


16 






61 


— . Alumni _... 


62 






49 ..._ 


.._ Wyoming 


58 






55 ...- 


Montana State 


40 
52 






37 


Wyoming ..._ _ 




58 


Idaho Southern .._ 


47 






54 


Idaho Southern 


47 






42 .... 


Keams Replacement Depot .... 


54 






53 


Manhattan College 


42 






62 ._.. 


Conisius College 


52 






41 


. Northwestern University 


61 






58 


Valparaiso University .. 


72 






57 .._. 


— .. Snow College 


27 






47 .._ 


Utah State 


29 






36 


_... Wyoming 


41 






43 ..._ 


Loyola University . 


44 






48 


Denver University 


23 






42 ... 


Colorado A & M 


41 






37 


Denver University ... 


36 






57 . ._ 


Wynming 


41 






28 


University of Utah 


46 






53 ..... 


— Colorado University 


65 






64 ..._ 


Utah State 


48 






40 .._. 


Colorado A & M 


47 






42 


Coloradd University _ 


60 






53 


University of Utah 


71 












J 


"^ 








mi' 


^ ' 








; h 


^^ 




Floyd Giles 






4. 




c> 





k 



Junior Child 



131 




Qark Greenhalgh 



Rolfe Peterson 



Charles Little 



On a cold Sunday morning, the 23rd of December, the eleven anxious sight-seers 
boarded "a train for New York, having had their plane reservations cancelled. Two wins 
and much needed experience were gained. A fast trip by air made possible their return 
in time for Winter Quarter. 

Through the twelve conference games the Cougars started slow, hit their stride at 
mid-season to capture the coveted lead, then the Ute Indian struck the blow which started 
the Cougars toward their final standing of fourth place. 




32 




Jlo<mAienA 




* 

Meade Squire Dick Dabling Alma Garrett 

BASKETBALL ROSTER — 1945-46 ' 

Player Number Position Age Height Weight Exp. Home Town 

Bailey, Bryce .._ _... 2 G 21 S'll'/a" 145 2 Nephi 

Giles, Floyd 6 G 25 6' 170 2 Provo 

Olsen, Roy ..._ _. 8 G 19 e'l'/j" 160 1 Rigby, Idaho 

Peterson, Rolfe 9 C 25 6'4" 175 1 Ogden 

Child, Junior 10 F 21 6'3" 180 Clearfield 

Little, Charles 11 F 18 6'1" 170 American Fork 




M 


t 


m^ 


- 


^^^Bv* B 


r> 



133 





> Roy Olsen Maynard Bcdley Floyd Graham, Manager 

BASKETBALL ROSTER — 1945-46 



Player 

Weight, Joe 

Garrett, Alma 
Walker, Brady 



Number Position Age 



. 12 

. 13 

14 



Greenhalgh, Clark 15 

Squire, Meade 16 

Dabling, Dick 7 

BoOey, Maynard 3 



F 
F 
G 
C 
C 
F 
F 



17 
24 
24 
19 
19 
21 
24 



Height 

671/2" 

6' 

67" 

6-4" 

67" 

6' 

6' 



Weight Exp. 



176 
185 
195 
180 
■ 209 
170 
158 



Home Town 

Prove 
Nephi 
Mesquite, Nev. 
Nephi 
Monti 
Provo 
Nephi 




134 



Coach "Eddie" Kimball 
left the Y campus in June 
of '42 to serve in the 
Navy's Physical Training 
Program with the Air 
Force Pacific Fleet in the 
South Pacific. He returned 
to the Y in October, '45 
and has since been plan- 
ning and building a fight- 
ing eleven comparable to 
our scheduled opponents 
of next season when we 
re-enter the conference 
for the first time since '42. 





Mentor Millet, a graduate 
from BYU, has been checked 
out on every coaching position 
on the campus. In '41 he was 
made basketball coach and 
when Eddie Kimball left for 
the Navy in '42 Floyd took over 
and engineered a determined 
squad to our first upset over 
the U. of U. grid team in twenty 
years. 

An all-round Y athlete in col- 
lege days. Coach "Buck" Dixon 
returned to the Y in 1928 to 
teach an dcoach athletes of Y 
high and University. His pres- 
ent duties are confined mainly 
to varsity tennis, teaching phy- 
sical education classes and 
managing the Intramural pro- 
gram. 



Qaackei 



Wayne Soffe who was 
assigned to the coaching 
staff of the varsity boxing 
and wrestling department, 
with- line coaching duties 
on the gridiron is expected 
to be separated from the 
Navy this Summer to aid 
in developing a "brawn" 
team next year. He spent 
the majority of cm extend- 
ed leave working with 
prospective linemen in 
Spring football workouts 
this season. 



15^, 




135 



^pAma ^o<dmii 




A combination of the late return from the 
Navy of our head football coach, "Eddie" 
Kimball, combined with the marked absence 
of eligible men, the Y was forced to forego 
Fall football competition, but with the inter- 
mittent return of skilled brawn material 
Coach Kimball organized Spring workouts 
giving special instruction to backfield poten- 
tials while Wayne Soffe, on leave from the 
Navy coaches the linemen. 



The return of the following lettermen 
will serve to augment, with Y exper- 
ience, the superior-planned squad for 
the season '46-'47. Back row: Fielding 
Abbott, Frank Whitney, Reed Nilson, 
Don Brimhall, Herm Longhurst. Front 
row: Marion Tree, Rex Olson, Owen 
Dixon, Mike Mills, Max ^hifrer. 




136 




^ 






^?^4f!.?!4^:?V>^V§ 






FOOTBALL SQUAD 

Front row: Gary Whiting, Bud Schwantez, Stan Stapley, Andy Anderson, Don Bushore, Owen 
Dixon, Don Brimhall, H. Muse, Duke Junins, Albert Miera. 

Second row: Kimball Merrill, Max Shifrer, Reid Nilson, Glen Shun, Pete Skousen, Marion Tree, 
Mike Mills, Brude Osborne, Dwight Stapley, Ken Davis, Harold Gunn, Coach Eddie Kimball. 

Third row: Carlyle Gourley, Fielding Abbott, Don Chavis, Stan McAllister, Rex Olsen, Kirk Lar- 
sen, Domingo Rodriguez, Max Bjarnson, Ross Westover, Garth Seegmiller, Horace Gillespie, Frank 
Whitney, Herm Longhurst. 

Back row; Coach Wayne Soffe, Gene Pace, Bob Greenwood, Dean Call, Elliot Cameron, Norm 
Marchant, Louis Maiben, Clyde Davis, Dick Forsyth, Jack Price. 

Football tactics next year will embody plays and procedures "Eddie" developed while in the 
service plus the more prominent "T" formations. The next Fall schedule re-enters the Cougar club in 
the Big Seven league with auxiliary games being played with San Jose in California and a trip to 
El Paso, Texas for a dig with the Texas Miners. 




137 



jeHMU^ 



I , 




Varsity tennis opened a promising season with the 
return of four Ittermen: B. Bailey, Hyde, Mangum, and K. 
Wilson. The first competition was realized in a trip into 
Ute territory at Salt Lake where we made a fair showing. 
The Y netters bowed 5 to 2. Individual victories were; 
Singles, Don Evans, defeating Vernie Swenson of Utah, 
9-7, 6-2. In the Double trouble, Thurgood and Mangum 
merged to humble Koch and Williams of Utah, 6-4, 2-6, 
64. Other meets will be the BYU Invitational Track Meet, 
Divisional Tennis and the Conference Meet. 



9. 




<> > 





Above: Coach Fred "Buck" Dixon 
checking out hopefuls. 

Right: The squadron of netters 
consist of: Back row — Tom Pardoe, 
Johnny Hyde, Bud Harmon, Charles 
Allred, Bill Mangum, Jack Thurgood. 

Front row: Mat Olsen, Doug Bus- 
terud, Don Wilson, Bob Booth, Keith 
Wilson, Don Evans. 




138 



^^laok 



With the filing away of basketball jer- 
seys in moth balls, Coach Floyd Millet 
began to pass out track equipment on a 
large scale for the first time in some three 
years to around twenty-seven potential 
cinder stars. Testing events for a relative- 
ly unproved squad were realized in the 
Invitational Track Meet the latter part of 
April, where the Y entered the 100-yard 
dash, mile relay, medley relay, high jump, 
pole vault, shot put, discus throw, and 
javelin throw. May 18 saw the Y repre- 
sented at the State Meet and for the finale 
we entered the conference meet at Denver. 

Below are the varsity track men: Art 
Packard, Keith Wilson, Verl Taylor, Phil 
Harrington, Bill Smith, J. Paul McGuire, 
J. M. McFarland, Myrten Grant, Thomas 
Howells, Keith Allred, Dave Sudweeks, 
Clyde McKay, Virgil Smith, Less Haymore, 
Qark Roberts, Art Mitchell, Coach Royd 
Millet, Marion Newberry, B. D. Young, 
Les Cannon, Brady Walker, Carl Qark, 
Russ Nielson and Doug Lazenby. 





'^'■^ ■p^pi^f^'-' 




A^> ^ 'J^ 



-•'J JtC* 





139 




With the Y emerging from a three year 
moratorium on athletics in general, and the 
press dead-lines in advance of spring compe- 
tition, it is somewhat diiiicult to describe sport- 
ing events that haven't taken place and rather 
awkv/ard to predict possible results of these 
potentials in the late spring meets. 

We can be confident, however, of the four 
lettermen above, who have in past years dis- 
tinguished themselves in track and field events. 
The lettermen are; Carl Clark, conference pole 
vaulter; Less Cannon and Brady Walker, 
weights; and Russ Nielson, all around. At the 
right is Nelson clearing the hurdle with ease. 
Below are the quarter-milers, Roberts and 
Newberry. 




140 



JpWi ^IcuiiA^ 








The academic year 1945-46 passed through the 
Cougar campus and observed the greatest conversion 
this school has experienced. The king of sports, varsity 
football was of necessity intombed. With the opening 
of the hoop season enough basketeers had returned to 
make the club into a going concern. Basketball held 
top honors as the major sport on the campus with the 
intramural program absorbing those interested in short, 
non-training periods of participation. Smokeless smok- 
ers held their share of the spotlight, with the full beam 
on the once quiet ghostly gridiron for spring football 
workouts. Coach Eddie Kimball returned too late to 
whip a fall team into shape but is well started on a 
hopeful season for next year. The sportslight flashed 
to the thirty-third Annual Invitation Track and Field 
Meet and Relay Carnival, resumed after war years, to 
highlight the spring sports season. 

The Y campus is centered in the wonderland of 
a sportsman's paradise. To the north and east is found 
an abundance of superior skiing, hiking and camping; 
to the west, Utah lake offers ice skating, swimming 
and boating; to the south, a class A golf course and 
skeet range are growing in popularity. These aid in 
augmenting the regular campus activities which are 
speedily reaching adequacy. 

The Cougar is now poised on the threshold of a 
New Golden Era of University activities, tensed for 
the starting whistle to lunge into the world of oppor- 
tunity to battle his way to collegiate supremacy, main- 
taining our cherished individuality. 







^*^; 




141 



!)inimm44A<2li 



The Intramural system, under the direction of 
Coach Fred "Buck" Dixon flourished with new zest 
and active participation. The flexible organization 
of the system this year made it possible to absorb 
the ever present returning of masculine gender to 
the campus with sporting activities indoor and out- 
door placed at the top of their curriculum. Boxing 
and wrestling tournaments and basketball contests 
were featured durmg the fall and winter quarters 
with tennis, volleyball, softball and baseball on the 
schedule for spring aspirants. Hawkins, Stutz and 
Phillips carried the responsibility of the ring events 
with Paul Wilson worrying about the student man- 
agement of the system at large. 

Below are the winter quarter Smokeless -Smoker 
Champs, Pete Skousen, Glen McGaughey, Max 
Whitaker, Gordon Hawkins, coach. Bob Mercer, 
Boyd Williams, and Royden Rice. 

At right are Paul Wilson and Coach Fred Dixon. 





142 



9Mi^iaMun<zli 




n 






Above are the spring quarter wrestling champs, Stan Philips, coach, Theron 
Beck, Max Shifrer, Robert Borg, Paul Johnson and Carl Adams. 

Below are the spring quarter boxing champs, Horace Gillespie, Bob Mercer, 
Boyd Williams, Wendell Cook, and Jerry Skousen. Keith Wilson was absent. 




143 



!)Min<2mu/iali 



The intramural program featured two 
college open tournaments during the 
year. An alert Viking aggregation won 
top honors in the fall quarter contest 
with top billing for the Brigadiers and 
the independent Virginians who cap- 
tured coveted crov/ns v/inter quarter 
in the social unit independent leagues 
respectively. 

At the right are the Virginians: Glen 
Sheen, Don Snow, Tony Snow, Stan 
McAllister, Joe Simpson, Rex Olsen. 



i 




I ' / 





Above are the Vikings: Joe 
Salisbury, Russell Grange, Paul 
Thompson, Gus Shields, Bill 
Mangum, William Pulsioher, 
Creed Brmhall, LaMar Buckner, 
Mark Nielson. John Langren was 
absent. 

At the left are the Brigadiers: 
Dick Swenson, Herm Longhurst, 
Don Snow, Tony Snow, J. Foul 
McGuire, Pete Skousen, Owen, 
Dixon, J. B. Cooper, and Stan Mc- 
Allister. 



144 



!)nmtcitlon Meet 




Under the direction of Dr. 
C. J. Hart, meet director, 
Miss Leona Holbrook. in 
charge of women's events 
and B Y U Athletic Director 
Eddie Kimball the 33rd an- 
nual track and field meet 
and relay carnival unfolded 
a panorama of thrills and 
pageantry April 25, 26, 27 
in the Y stadium Distin- 
guished athletes from 65 
schools representing 6 states 
performed in ideal weather 
to successfully re-establish 
the cinder classic among the 
ouistanding sports events. 

The University of South- 
ern California captured a 
ead position in the inter- 
collegiate division, while 
Branch Agricultural College 
and East High won coveted 
honors in their respective 
departments. All - around 
champion of the meet was 
a junior from Mesa High 
School in Arizona, Wilford 
White. Proving himself the 
greatest trackster to perform 
in the Y stadium, White cap- 
tured seven firsts of the nine 
events to aggregate 6225 
points. 




I 



145 



Skiing proved one of the 
most popular sports on the 
campus this season. A com- 
bination of Miss Holbrook's 
ski class and the Timpan- 
ogos Mountain Club served 
as organized units sponsor- 
ing weekly ski trips to the 
down-hill wonder lands of 
the State. The majority of 
enthusiasts in this pastime 
found good skiing at Alta, 
Snow Basin in Ogden, or at 
our own Stewart Flats in 
Provo Canyon. Highlights 
of the season were the vari- 
ous moonlight ski trips, both 
as a class and otherwise. As 
to the lone stranger in the 
per left corner, his identity 
uakes a good guess. 






'cmieiu. 



147 



W.A A 




The ^ .K.K. activities are directed by 
Beth Wight, President, center; Joyce Hanks, 
reporter, left; Edna Holt, secretary, right, 
and Miss Leona Holbrook, below, Director 
of Women's Athletics. 




The Women's Athletic Asso- 
ciation completed one of its most 
active years. During the autumn 
quarter, their activities consisted 
of an overnight canyon party, a 
Christmas party, and volley ball 
and bov/ling tournaments. The 
v^rinter quarter found W.A.A. 
sponsoring women s basketball 
and foul pitching tournaments. 
In the spring, the organization 
featured softball and other 
spring sports. 



148 



in. A A 




Pictured above are girls of the Fidelas Social 
Unit who won first place in the Social Unit 
volley ball tournament by defeating Altra 
Mitra Social Unit 21-7. The independent volley 
ball championship was won by the Darts at 
right. 

Ready for a try at the pins are the indepen- 
dent bowling champs, Pearl Babble, Melba 
Southerland, and Dorla Hibbard. At right are 
the social unit bowling champs from the Vol 
Norn Social Unit, Marjorie Hart, Charlotte 
Harris and Joan Spratley. 




149 



W. A. A 



The Cougarettes, right, cctptured 
the independent basketball crown 
through winning from their oppon- 
ents 7 out of 7 games. Members of 
the team are Colleen Rowan, "Mick- 
ey" Michelson, Leone Weinegar, 
Madelyn Hatch, Virginia Ault, Al- 
berta Farnsworth, Norylene Oran 
absent. 




The Nautilus girls took 
first place in the Social 
Unit basketball tourna- 
ment defeating Altra 
Mitra 32-29. The Nautilus 
girls are Marcene Ginn, 
Colleen Rowan, Barbara 
Bailey, Carolyn Fagg, 
Mary Ellen Christensen, 
Ines Payne, and Gerald- 
ine Heatherly. Standing 
are the Alta Mitra runner- 



A spirit of cooperation and enthu- 
siasm •marked the work of the five 
girls who managed the girl's Intra- 
mural Athletic program. Joyce 
Hanks, bowling; "Mickey" Mickel- 
son, volleyball; Alama Ayers, Soqial 
Unit basketball; Madelyn Hatch, 
independent basketball; Barbara 
Bailey, foul pitching, absent. 




150 



ki.A.A 




Golda Thornley demonstrates 
her ability to make baskets 
from the foul line while Marion 
Bird and Beverly Brady ap- 
prove. These girls v/on the 
independent foul pitching tour- 
nament. 



"Mickey" Mickelson poises 
herself for a shot while Leone 
Weinegar keepjs score and 
Madelyn Hatch awaits her 
turn. These girls made up the 
Alta Mitra team that won the 
social unit foul pitching tour- 
ney. 



"Mickey" Mickelson, 
Alama Ayers and Beth 
Wight crre the award 
sweater winners for 1945 
and Madelyn Hatch, Joyce 
Hanks and Edna Holt for 
1946. These selections 
were made on the basis 
of interest, ability and 
participation in W.A.A. 
activities. 




w 



BOOK FIVE 



153 



I 




f 



154 




I am invariably of the politics of people at whose table 
I sit, or beneath whose roof I sleep. 

George Borrow 



155 



Under the able leadership of Coy 
Miles, Vaughn Taylor and Victor Brim- 
hall the A. M.S. sponsored such activi- 
ties as lighting the "Y", the Smokeless 
Smoker, and the Snow Carnival, Y- 
Day, and the Sweetheart Ball. The 
Association also rendered valuable 
services through the establishment of 
the Tux Bureau, and the Travel Bureau. 






Top: Coy Miles, President. 

Center, Vaughn Taylor, Sec- 
ond Councilor. 

Bottom: Victor Brimholl, First 
Councilor. 



156 



AM.M. 




Top: Grctnt Rasban, Keith 
Overson, George Hendersen.' 

Second row: Kay Young, 
Grant Rasban, Frank Taylor, 
Ken Smith. 

Third row: Sheldon John- 
ston, Coy Miles, Vic Brimhall. 

Bottom: Marion Toman, Ells- 
worth Brown, Jim Winterton. 



157 



A k/.S. 



This year's k^N .S. Council launched its 
program by accepting the challenge of in- 
creased enrollment which brought back the 
traditional abundance of social fife to the 
Y campus. Holding their own as big sisters, 
the mentors have token the lonely frosh 
under their wings and oriented them with 
parties, fashion shows, and teas. The A.W.S. 
claims credit for the success of the Girls' 
Jamboree, the Preference Ball, and Girls' 
Day activities. 





Top: Anna Jean Bullock, President. 

Center: Carole Hilton, Vice-President; Shirley 
Jennins, Glendora Schwantes, Shirley Johnson, 
Gloria Schwantes, Edith Jensen, Barbara Crandall, 
Elizabeth Nicholes, Shirlee Christensen, Marion 
Robertson, June Smith, Agnes Jensen, Borboro 
Bailey, Rita Clement, Virginio Bird, Lono Foun 
Olsen. 

Bottom: Miriam Young, Alene Holes, Zola Roe 
Low, Ann Bailey, Merideth Hansen, LoVon Squires, 
Morjorie Hart, VolDean Rice. 



158 



A W. i. 




Top; Mary Ellen Christensen, Social Chairman. 

Center: Mary Smart, Secretary; Joy Tangren, 
Marian Gardner, Elnora Boyack, Joyce Whiting, 
Miriam Jones, Rose Taylor, Laurie Teichert, Edna 
Ryskamp. 

Bottom: Margaret Wilson, Inez Payde, Blanch 
Akey, Jean Anderson, Mary Beth Pierce, Ruth W. 
Adams, Phyllis Jones, Lucille Booth. 



159 




Qfomi'arie^ 



161 



lime K.eu 



Coy Miles 

Dean Anderson, Advisor 

Jay De Graif 



Gordon Bradford 

West Belap 

J. Ellsworth Brown 



David Yarn 
Philip Low 
Sheldon Johnson 



Grant Shields 
Taylor Reynolds 
William Love 



Rex Hall 

Keith Wilson 
Russell Grange 



Dee Sanford 
Russell Harris 
Grant Ash 



162 





\ 



Cross section of upperclassmen, Blue Key 
National Honor Fraternity was reorganized on 
the campus this year to offer service to the Y 
and to sponsor various projects. Under the 
leadership of prexy Kay Young, they com- 
bined with White Keys to make "Hello Week" 
a success. Members are noted for the enthu- 
siasm with which they have aided various 
Student Union drives. 



Kay Young,President 



Wvute ICeu 



Outstanding in scholarship, leadership, and 
initi:.tive, White Keys comprise the women's 
upperclassmen honorary. Noteworthy achieve- 
ments were the traditional publication of Stu- 
dent Directories, assistance given Student 
Union Drives, and the annual "Hour of Charm" 
assembly program. Members have ushered at 
basketball games and have served at infor- 
mation desks during Leadership Week and 
other functions. At the right is Rhoda May 
Goates, President. 





Rhoda May Goates, 
Nila Stubbs 
Karma, Jean CuUimore 
Mavis Hafen 
Margaret Hales 



Lugene W. Morris 
Ruth England 
Helen Olpin 
Carole Hilton 



Lucille Booth 
Anna Jean Bullock 
Katherine Hess 
Ellen Ashworth 



President 



Marion Owens 
Margaret Wilson 
Mary Smart 
Jean R^ese 



Marcia Greenhaw 
Mary Ellen Christensen 
Elnora Boyack 
La Rue Cottle 



163 



9. IC. 



Dean Payne 
Gordon Hawkins 



Douglas Mabey 
Waldo Jacobson 
Ted McKnelly, President 



Fred Bushnell 
niiot Petersen 
Gene Greenwood 
D. L Weaver 



Don Devey 
Evan Woolley 
J. Will Lewis 
Paul Theobald 



Howard Worthen 
Glade Kuhni 
Albert Christman 
Truman lefferv 



Walter Zabriskie 
Sterling Sessions 
Truman Clawson 
Bernie Critchfield 



Dick Dabling 
Floyd Weed 
Glade Burgon - 
Tack Anderson 



A servfice organization, the 
"Gold Y" chapter of Intercol- 
legiate Knights is the national 
fraternity for underclassmen at 
the Y. I.K.'s distinguished them- 
selves this year by coming out 
on top in the Student Union 
drive sponsored by service 
organizations during winter 
quarter. 



164 







9.IC 




Harold R. Tolboe 
Ken Beck 
Dean Gray 
Dean Johnson 



George Ballif 
Dean Bateman 
V/orren Jensen 
Roy Stapp 



Maurice Bateman 
Bill Pulsipher 
Max Stubbs 
Melvin Dixon 



Robert Barber 
Richard Forsey 
Donald LeBaron 
Reed Benson 



Ronald Grippe 
Grant Shields 
Duwayne Anderson 
Larrv Stoddard 



James Lyman 
Winston Taylor 
Richard Dalton 
Willard Pingey 



Dick Wright 
Robert Perry 



165 



If. a 



Y Calcares, Sophomore 
women's honorary group, 
is composed of women 
students who are out- 
standing in scholarship, 
activity and leadership. 
Primary function of mem- 
bers has been to usher at 
Lyceum and student as- 
semblies. In addition, the 
Y.C.'s this year undertook 
the difficult task of distri- 
buting the "Y" News 
every Thursday. 



Arlene Shepherd President 
Ruth Adams 
Zola Roe Law 
Marian Robertson 



Marian Gardner 
Shirley Johnson 
June Smith 



Phyllis Cook 
Beverly Landgren 
Lona Faun Olson 



La Von Squire 
Janet Stringham 

Winifred Ellsworth 



Edna Ryskamp 
Gloria Schwantes 
Glendora Schwantes 




166 




Blanche Ockey 
Helen Anderson 
Joan Spratley 



Joyce Whiting 
Betty Bailey 
Shirlee Christensen 



Frances Hunter 
Aileen Hales 
Carol Cox 



Legia Mendenhall 
Agnes Jensen 
Gertrude Duckworth 



Eva Stokes 
Helen Spencer 
Ann Bailey 



Orpha Stokes 
Mary Jane Miner 
Rita Clement 



Edythe Bright 
Jenna Vee Beck 



^. e. 



167 



"^eua Plu 



Melvin Petersen, President 



The Delta Phi, a denomina- 
tional fraternity for men who 
hove served on Christian 
sions, is one of the largest organ- 
izations on the campus. Activi- 
ties for the year include several 
temple exc^ursions, a formal din- 
nr dance, an extemporaneous 
speaking contest, and a tri-din- 
ner dance held in Salt Lake with 
representatives from the U. of U. 
and the A. C. 



Vergil Howell 
Morris Beishman 
Donald B. Cox 



Clement Williams 
Oliver R. Smith 
Courtney Brewer 
Scott Thome 



Thomas P. McFarlond 
Adddison Udall 
Lloyd McArthur 
Dee Sanford 



Ira Young 
Elliot C. Howe 
Glen Snarr 
West Belnap 



Karl Buchmiller 
David H. Yarn 
Joseph Olsen 
Ken Beck 



Don Nuffer 




\ 



168 



jbeua Pm 




George L. LeBaron 
Kent Baggs 
Robert Kest 
Donald Murr 



Albert C. Peterson 
Reed G. Romney 
V/ilford L Bruderer 
Sam Chandler 



Vern H. Jensen 
Fred W. Harding 
Grant Moon 
James Bradley 



Lloyd Hayward 
Floyd B. Weed 
H. Stuart Steed 
Robert Mecham 



Welling Macfarlane 
George C. Reimschussel 
Jack Price 
Joseph R. Meservy 



Donald Cleverly 
Ross Denham 
Boyd Ostler 
Harold Call 



Clayton Chanbre 
Joe V. Barker 
Arthur D. Slater 



(69 



/llpJta KjOffxi Pdi 



Lee Olsen, President 



Rex Madson 
Winston Taylor 
Howard Lowe 
Harold Miner 



George Pringle 
Sheldon Johnson 
Frank Stucki 
lack Isaac 



Robert Reid, Jr. 
Lee Stenquist 
Glenn Evans 
Russell Grange 



Taylor Reynolds 
Maxwell Jones 
Dee Santord 
Grant Moon 



Bound to be our "brain 
trusters" in the years to 
come, members of the na- 
tional business honorary for 
men, Alpha Kappa Psi, often 
get together to figure out a 
new way to beat the income 
tax. Noted for their Ad Ball 
and assembly, at which 
were displayed advertising 
samples, they continue to 
promote fellowship among 
future business men. 




170 



Q^ 



cumma 



Pk 0. 



I 




wuon<m 



Mary Kirkham 
Margaret Harris 
Marie Snell 



Elnora Boyack, President 
Florence Simmons 
Phyllis Hunter 
Arlene Knudsen 



Lois Shepherd 
Helen Nelson 
Melba Beckman 
Joyce Parrish 
Maxine Norton 



Rhoda May Goates 
Lorna Pincock 
Nellie Bushman 
Dorothea Reid 
Lois Robinson 



Rhea Haslam 
Idella White 
Clara Anderson 
Effie Warnick 
May Billings 



LaRee Swenson 
Jean Magleby 
Carole Hilton 
Elaine Cannon 
Irene Barlow 



Iris Moore 

Virginia Rickenbach 
Barbara Bailey 
Marriel Qark 



171 



^keia AlfAa Pm 



Maurine Howell 
Johnny Belle Holley 
Jean Reese 



Ray Jones, President 
Lola Peterson 
Marilyn Stevenson 
Joan Spratly 



Marcia Greenhaw 
Ruth England 
Jenna Vee Beck 
Enid Caldwell 
Betty Zieve 



Evan Wimber 
Adeline Done 
Dorothy Robinson 
Gae Petersen 
Lois Hansen 



Joan Christiansen 
Ariel BaUii 
Lola Jean Gaddie 
Robert Kest 
Ralph Ungerman 



Betty Bailey 
Ernest Burgi 
Veloy Singleton 
Kathleen Bird 
Grace McEwen 



Ruth Ercanbrack 
Mary Donna Jones 
j^ Dove Call 
Faye Hunter 
Rita Clement 




172 



PJu Gm Vneta 




PHI CHI THETA 
Phi Chi Theta, women's business honorary 
society, was organized on this campus to 
foster fellowship and interest in professional 
improvement. The organization has added 
an important contribution to the Student 
Union drive this year by giving the proceeds 
of a stenographic bureau to the Union Fund. 



Officers La Rue Cottle, Presi- 
dent; Donna Mae Thirkill, 
Grand Counsellor; Mcrrnal 
Clark, Treasurer, Betty Loge- 
don, Secretary; Lucille Spen- 
cer, Sponsor; Norma Forsey, 
Vice - President; Rosa Mae 
Swainston, Reporter. 

First row: Norma Forsey, 
Barbara Mullen, Rose Mae 
Swainston, La Rue Hoopes, 
Shirley Cunnington, Jennie 
Bee Jones, Betty Stratford, Bar- 
bara Kohler. 

Second row: Orpha Laudie 
Betty Logsdon, Jewaldine 
Moore, Mary R. Callahan 
Merla Bond, Lorna Crane, 
Genevieve Eliason, Willa Ann 
Crane. 

Third row: Lucille Spencer, 
Maxine Shirts, Lucille Rich- 
ards, Thelma Sorenson, Merial 
Perkins, Leora Bird, Marian 
Gardner. 

Foiorth row: La Rue Cottle, 
Gwen Bateman, Berva Dawn 
Nebeker, Sally Stayner, Edith 
Simmons, Donna Mae Thirkill, 
La Rue Olson, Elaine Sperry, 
Marrial Clark. 




173 




Organized to stimulate high scholastic 
attainment among students in the biological 
sciences, Tri-Beta also functions as an organ- 
ization which promotes research work. Acti- 
vities for the year include lectures in the 
various fields of the natural sciences, field 
trips, participation in a national essay con- 
test sponsored by the fraternity magazine, 
and various social functions. 



Beia Beta lieia 



Officers: Lowell Miller, Presi- 
dent; Anna Davidson, Vice- 
President; Janet Barclay, Sec- 
retary and Treasurer; Sterling 
Sessions, Historian and Re- 
porter. 

First row: Dr. Eldon Beck, 
Caroline Whitesides, Lois Grif- 
fin, Estill Latimer, Olea Bab- 
bel. 

Second row: Anna David- 
son, 11a Mae James, Margaret 
Young, J. L. Crawford. 

Third row: Sterling Sessions, 
Janet Barclay, Betty Olsen, 
Aloma Ayers, Margaret Nu- 
sink. 

Fourth row: Lowell Miller, 
Dr. C. Lynn Hoyward, Afton 
Isom, Dr. Vasco M. Tanner. 



i"^-^xmM 




174 




y Coaled- 



Kenneth Madson 
Glen Pinegar 



Reed Benson, President 
Tom Howells 
Howard Worthen 



Dewoyne Anderson 
Glen Gardner 
Robert Peterson 
Harold Coll 



Shipley Snow 
Sterling Sessions 
Loy Hatch 
Lester Card 



Neal Richards 
Johnny Hyde 
Ellsworth Snow 
J. Paul McGuire 



Herb Petersen 
Truman leffry 
Warren Jenson 
Norman Hyatt 



Richard Taylor 
Bob Ord 
Grant Moon 



175 



PneUdeMiyi 



Officers: Faye Hunter, Kar- 
ma- Jean Cullimore, Grant 
Shields, Verda Olsen. 

First row: Kay Young, Joy Thomp- 
son, Marjorie Petty, Marcia Green- 
haw. Jean Reese, Reed Benson, Ruth 
Redd. 

Second row: Sterling Sessions, 
Beverly Hardy, Arlene Shepherd, 
LaVon Squire, Rhoda Mae Goatees, 
Felice Swain, Marian Muir, John 
Jensen. 

Third row: Creed Brimhall, Ells- 
worth Snow, Melvin Peterson, Elnora 
Boyack, La Rue Cottle, Wealthy Pur- 
rington, Lee Olsen. 

Fourth row: Willis Waite, George 
Felsch, Ted McNelly, Peter Skousen, 
Sheldon Johnson, Faye Hunter, Ariel 
Ballif. 

Fifth row: Ned Stringham, Ray 
Jones, Shipley Snow, Leo Dean, 
Orien Lamoreaux. 





f^^l ~~'^- iiP-3- 




176 




^opcuimeidc^ 



\ii 



QuA^'d^ RoHxl 




Gus Shields, Joyce Hay 
cock. 

Back row: Richard Ballou" 
C. Mack Ceilings, LaVinc 
Borgeson, Jack Anderson. 

Middle' row: Dale McAllis- 
ter, Norman Hunt, Howard 
Worthen, Joyce Haycock 
Alma Willey. 

Front row: Lorry Rytting, 
Lucille Sandberg, Fred Gard- 
ner, Gus Shields, Ardean 
Watts. 






178 




Organized as the "Mask Qub," potential thespians 
on the campus have met weekly to discuss pertinent 
matters and to hear various ploy-readings by ad- 
vanced students of drama. "Blithe Spirit" and "Clau- 
dia," presented this year, are both Mask Qub pro- 
ductions. 



Mcuik GLA 



Officers: Jean Reese, Presi- 
dent; Enid Caldwell, Secre- 
tary; Gae Peterson, Publicity; 
Jenna Vee Beck, Chcdnnan of 
Plays; Barbara Coombs, Vice- 
President. 

First row: Jonny Belle Hol- 
ley, Maurine Howell, Roy 
Jones, Jean Reese. 

Second row: Betty Lou An- 
derson, Veloy Singleton, Lila 
Marchant, Enid Caldwell. 

Third row: Jenna Vee Beck, 
Marilyn Stevens, Lola Peter- 
son, Lois Hansen. 



I 




179 



Officers: Dr. Morley, Advisor; Julie 
Hansen, President; Afton Taylor, 
Secretary; Willis Waite, Vice-Presi- 
dent. 



First row: Julie Hansen, Ashly 
Graham, Betty Jo Mercer, Beth 
Crandall, Betty Oliver, Willis Waite. 

Second row: Afton Taylor, Harold 
Call, James Able, Jean Anderson, 
Ruth Juper, Charlotte Bridges, Verl 
Alleman. 

Third row: Orrin Parker, Ralph 
Burgguist, Thola Hepworth, Betty 
Zieve, Louis Cordon, Arva Mercer. 




B'Ysers Town Meeting is designed to 
stimulate the power of critical analysis on the 
part of students interested in current issues 
of international, national, local, and campus 
importance. 




180; 



9. R. e. 




J" vr'^'^w • ' w-1 



The criteria for membership in International Rela- 
tions Club is an active interest in international affairs 
plus the ability to enter into animated discussions. 
Although membership in the club is small, I. R. C. is one 
of the most active of the campus organizations. 



Officers: Anna David- 
son, Secretary; Marion 
Jones, President, Richard 
Taylor, Vice-President. 

First row: Anna David- 
son, Laurie Teichert, Bev- 
erly Jameson, Prof. J. Reu- 
ben Clark, III. 

Second row: Vera Bab- 
bel, Marion Jones, Jean 
Anderson, Richard Tay- 
lor. 

Third row: Gerald Hen- 
ri, William A. Hulet, Virgil 
Harris, Rachel Nelson. 



I 



I 




181 




Officers: Joy Huntsman, Sec- 
retccry; Orien Lamoreaux, 
President; Dick Gourlez, Vice- 
President. 

First row: Ashley Grctham, 
Max Pyne, Eldon Harding, 
Raymond Poystrup, Glen 
Pinegar, Ivo Kissell, Kenneth 
Neilsen. 

Second row: Junuis Duke, 
Kenneth Ludlow, Gordon Han- 
sen, F. Don Wixom, John H. 
Harvey, Orien H. Lamoreaux, 
Truman Jeffrey. 

Third row: Blaine Richards, 
Dean Johnson, James L. Logs- 
don, Albert Bennett, Kenneth 
Lundquist, Ruel Randall. 

Fourth row: M. D. Wallace, 
advisor, Morris Cunningham, 
Alma Adams, Stephen Sharp, 
Thomas Powelson, Glen H. 
Tolman. 

Fifth row: Dick Gourley, 
Forrel Johnson, G. S. Richards, 
Warren Jensen, Kenneth Hoyt, 
Gene Harvey. 




'^, 



r^ 



t^\ 



J -^- 



'S^C^r.^ 











I 



182 



Jlr&me oc. 




Officers — back row: Iris 
Moore, Vice - President; Mar- 
garet O. Harris, Sponsor; Ruth 
Martin, Historian. Front row: 
Shirley Jennens, Reporter; 
Shirley Johnson, President- 
Dawn Hilton, Secretary and 
Treasurer. 

Front row: Norma Burnham, Car- 
ole Clark, Dawn Hilton, Iris Moore, 
Shirley Johnson, Ruth Martin, Shirley 
Jennens, Mrs. Harris, Clara Brode- 
rick. 

Second row: Roberta Guild, Hazel 
Dawn Ream, Lois Johnson, Gladys 
Rawlings, Helen Mae Tolman, Mar- 
garet Wilson, Delphia Collins, Kath- 
leen Specer, Florence Husted. 

Third row: Joan Hurst, Louise 
McQuarrie, Doris Clark, Betty Ten- 
nant, Betty Gerrord, Joyce Muir, 
Bonita Finlayson, Arlene Cox, Bar- 
bara Farnsworth, Dorothy Petty. 







iM tirl!ilkl 



183 




Officers: Vaughan Taylor, 
President; Inez Payne, Secre- 
tary; Malcolm Peirson, Vice- 
President 

First row: Dr. Harold T. 

Christensen, advisor; Buelah 
Lake, Inez Payne, Beth Cran- 
dall, Shirlee Christensen, 
Charlotte Harris, Barbara 
Hansen, Mary Lee Atkerson, 
Cr. John C. Swenson, advisor. 

Second row: Mrs. Ken 
Weight, Kathryn Lyman, Mar- 
vel Murphy, Elaine Wad- 
doups, Elaine Todd, LaVieve 
Monson, Margaret Clayton, 
Beth Peirson, Elaine Lund. 

Third row: Vaughan Taylor- 
Jenna Vee Beck, Howard Wor- 
then, Roland Tunnell, DeLoy 
Smith, Ross Christensen, Mal- 
colm Peirson, Blaine Porter. 

Dr. Ariel S. BaUif, advisor, 
was not present when the pic- 
ture was taken. 




Designed to foster fellowship among the 
sociology majors and minors, the Sociology 
Club was organized early this year. The club 
sponsored such activities as a lecture on 
English universities by Dean A. L. Beeley 
of the U. of U., a "Night in New Zealand," 
and a tour of various state institutions. 




184 




ADVANCED SPANISH CLUB 

First row: Grant Moon, Secretary; Marguerite Boutista, Reporter and Chorister; Narcisa Trevino, 
Mavine Overlade, Norlyene Ohran, Jean Char, Vice-President; Neal Richards, President. 

Second row: Leone Winegar, Mary Beth Pierce, Beth Crandall, Betty Logsdon, Elaine Peacock. 
Third row: Sariah Bushman, Maurine Romney, Margaret Hutchings. 
Fourth row: Alberto Miera, Qement Williams. 

PORTUGESE CLUB 

First row: Edna Ryskamp, Rita Clement, Inez Brimley, Ellen Fleetwood, Secretary; Dove Call, 
Vice-President; Marguerite Bautista, Marybeth Pierce. 

Second row: Clyde Andrew, Keith Jones, Carl Gibson, Dorothy Robinson, Lester Taylor, Presi- 
dent; Dr. Gerrit de Jong. 




185 



Q' 



enmcm 



Officers: Robert Barker, secretary- 
treasurer; Gerrit de Jong, Jr., advisor; 
Carol Clark, vice-president; R, Max 
Rogers, advisor; Leo Dean, president. 

First row: Alma Snow, Nydra Hunsaker, 
Marjorie Huffaker, La Preal Parduhn, Adelj- 
Olson, Pauline Brown, Barbara Kohler, 
Margaret Friday, Legia Mendenhall, Carol 
Clark, Janice Smuin, Marceline Smith, 
Laurie Teichert, Ila Mae James. 

Second row; Elaine Eyring, Glenna 
Stucki, Bertie Del Walsh, Eleanor Jueschke, 
Nial Olsen, Janet Barclay, June Berry, 
Marjorie Sinclair, Leo Dean, Robert Barber, 
Charlotte S. Eder, Courtney Brewer. 

Third row: Stephen Sharp, Marilyn Tan- 
ner, Norine Butler, Corine Smith, Ruth 
Thomas, Ramona Smith, Velma Horner, 
Cleona Decker, Lois Sturgill, La Rae 
Schmutz, James Richardson, Diantha Cox, 
Conway Threet, Preston Marchant, Sher- 
man L. Boyd. 

Fourth row: Elliot Berlin, Max Powell, 
Barbara Boyer, Marjorie Beard, Ruth Niel- 
sen, Ardean Watts, Richard Wright, Law- 
rence Thorne, Elrod Leany, Marjorie Hurst, 
Dorene Rasband, Laurence Barrett. 

Fifth row: Alma Willey, Dee Wright, 
Dean Payne, Charles Cox, Rachel Nelson, 
Dr. Gerrit de Jong, Jr., Joyce Hall, Pat 
Critchlow, Dwain Sylvester, James Bradley, 
Bob Walsh, Ralph Prusse, R. Max Rogers, 
Harold Brewer, Rodney Turner, Eldon Bit- 
ter. 





186 



^^lenck 




Officers: Helen Clegg, secretary; 
Ralph Ridge, social chairman; Donna 
Ellertson, president; Joan Irwin, vice- 
president. 

Lona Mae Clegg, Lola Peterson, Jenna 
Beck, Melba Otteson, Vergene Holyoak, 
Beth Bennett, Bonnie Hindmarsh, Georgian 
Krissman, Lois Peterson, Edythe Bright, 
Jean Reese, Carol Rae Walker, Ella Beth 
Weeks, Lucile Camenish, Dorothy Ogden, 
Ibelmas Smith, Ellen Bowen, Margaret 
Clayton, Rex A. Madson, Lloyd Toysom, 
Beverly Hardy, Clyde MacKay, Betty Lou 
Houghton, Donna Ellertson, Helen Clegg, 
Bernie Critchfield, Lucille Booth, Aileert 
Hales, Marion Jones, Anna Jean Bullock, 
lean Clark, Winifred Dykes, Vivian Hoyt. 
Marybeth Pierce, Amelia Hemandey, 
Reeda Bjarnson, Arlene Gray, Marlin 
Loveridge, Herbert J. Baestle, Kathleen 
Brovirn, Betty Brown, Jay B. Boun, Janice 
Jensen, Dona Bristow, Dale W. Lewis, Pete 
Skousen, Betty Mae Taylor, Peggy Weath- 
ers, Marva Hopkins, Carol Sampson, Mack 
Cunningham, J. L. Crawford, Kenneth J 
Beck, Ida Marshall, Helena Wall, Grant 
Peele, Bob Beckstead, Vic B-imhall, Keith 
Whitney, Dorothy Dickson, ConVade Head, 
Lewis Griffin, Colleen Keeler, Norma Jean 
Wood, Lilas Crandall, Delores Frances, 
Clara Simmons, Elizabeth Jueschke. Meri- 
lyn Willis, Luona Rushton, Cherril Wilcox, 
Francine Dunkley, Ann Midgley, Elaine 
Gaisford, Doris Gwilliam, Deanne Taylor, 
Ca-ol Brockbank, Gloria Russell, Nadine 
Cooper, Doris Clark, Howard L. Randall, 
Ralph Ridge. 




I 



187 



Ant Qulwi 



Thelma Davidson 
Dorothy Shippee 



Priscilla Ludlow, President 
Marilyn Williams 
Margaret Hutchings 



Marie Andrus 
Donna Lou Christensen 
Adeline Rice 
Joan Baer 



Vera Babbel 
H. C. Breinholt 
Afton Eileen Marble 
Melba Beckmon 



Colleen Callister 
Naomi Nelson 
A. H. Ivans 
Wesley Burnside 



Lucille Simmons 
Norma Wood 
Marilouise Evans 
Pearl Randall 



Elaine Lund 
Joan Hurst 
LaVee Prisby 




188 




Qee^aphieai 



189 



0ne.-%laAA.-l\le4j^. 



Officers: Beverly Hardy, 
President; Leone Winegar, 
Winegar, Vice-President; Lois 
Robinson, Secretary; Betty 
Stratford, Social- Chcririnan; 
Bob Smurthwaite, Publicity 
Chairman. 

First' row: Helen Snowberger, 
Charlotte Harris, Shirley Wilkes, 
Luana Rushton, Anne Christensen, 
Norma Simmons, Betty Stratford, 
Mario Anderson. 

Second row; Harold Call, Lois 
Robinson, Lula Belle Bamgartner, 
Eva Rae Yates, Barbara Bean, Lynn 
Helen Warner, Wylie Swapp, Pam 
Davis. 

Third row: Bob Beckstead, Erma 
Shakespeare, Maud Holman, Conrad 
Head, Claude Westenskow, Ida Matt- 
son, Beth lohnson, Cherril Wilcox. 

Fourth row: Achley Graham, 
Coran C. Lewis, Don Nuffer, Ada 
Vee Webster, Beverly Hardy, Bob 
Smurthwaite, Dean Payne. 





190 



Officers: Daug Mabey, Pres.; 
Myra Madsen, Treas.; Marian 
Bird, V, Pres.; Beverly Brady. 

First Row: Grace Howell, Mari- 
louise Evans, Margaret Clark, 
Audrey Barrett, Wilford Bruderer, 
Reed Benson. 

Second Row: Renee Millerburg, 
Merlin Edward , Nyla Ashton , 
Dorothy Kizerian, Myra Madsen, 
Doug Mabey, Ella Rose Hinckley. 

Third Row: Keith Jones, Ann 
Pearce, Clella Clark, Marian Astin, 
Tom Howells, Clyde Andrew, 
Doug Welti. 

Fourth Row: Jess Bushman, Mae 
Evans, Floyd Moulton, Ann Brock- 
bank, Ralph Bowen, Virgil Howell. 



a>au JlaJee 

1 




'*!.a.*^ 




191 



Aw.-l\le4AjL Me^.-Me^. 



Officers: Barbara Crandall, Secre- 
tary; Nathel Openshcrw, Treasurer; 
Peter Skousen, President; Neil Rich- 
ards, Vice-President. 

First row: Irene Whiting, Bertha 
Randall, Bonnie Hancock, Barbara 
Crandall, Nathel Openshaw, Neil 
Richards. 

Second row: Ruel Randall, Louine 
Brown, Anonna Perkins, Pearl Ran- 
dall, Velma Botes, Ellen Sanders, 
Glen McGaughey. 

Third row: Melvin Peterson, Sariah 
Bushman, Verdell Hunt, Arlene Shep- 
herd, Polly Bowden, Lorraine San- 
ders, Donna Sirrine, Norma Turley. 

Fourth row: Ben Rogers, James 
Cooper, Virginia Skousen, Dale 
Johnson, Buster Brown, Pete Skousen, 
Addison Udall, Forrell Johnson, Rob- 
ert Rogers. 





192 





o r» 



Officers: First row: Almina 
Anderson, Vice-President; El- 
eanor Smith, Secretccry. 

Second row: Rell Francis, 

President; Harold W. Lee, 

Sponsor; Don Winton, Re- 
porter. 

First row: Emelia Olsen, El- 
eanor Smith, Imogene John- 
son, Almina Anderson, Estelle 
Scou'ville, Lois Jensen, LaVaun 
Graham. 

Second row: Beatrice Fol- 
som, Audrey Leavitt, Betty Jo 
Mercer, Audrey Pilling, Ver- 
netta Pilling, Norma Smith. 

Third row: Kenneth Nielsen, 
Alton Ross, Louise LeBaron, 
Donald LeBaron, Doug Fran- 
cis, Delores Francis. 

Fourth row: Don Winton, 
Reed Dahl, Leron Miller, Bob 
Mercer, Dean Johnson, Lin- 
coln Card, Rell Francis. 




1 93 



^a. Gal.-(JfCui/M2U 



Officers: Betty Bailey, Secre- 
tary; Jean Char, Vice-Presi- 
dent; Willis Waite, President. 

First row: Betty Bailey, Kay Ly- 
man, Marilyn Willis. 

Second row: Jean Char, Hazel 
Dawn Ream, Mary Ida Ream, Lenon 
Peterson, Louise Peacock. 

Third row: Alama Ayers, Marvel 
Murphy, LaRae Collett, Dona An- 
derson, Vonnie Beth Davis, Ruth 
Hutchins, La Rue Hinkley, lane Tyler. 

Fourth row: Fern Francis, Roberta 
Roberts, Lila Miner, Barbara Welsch, 
Pauline Sheranian, Barbara Hutch- 
ins, Joyce Hall, Qifford Jones. 

Fifth row: Willis D. Waite, Verl 
AUman. 



1\^''^ ' 





194 





Officers: Delphia Collins, Re- 
porter; Bonnie Zirker, Secre- 
tary; Kathryn Ruber, Vice- 
President; Ned Stringham, 
President. 

First row: Boyd Williams, 
Glen Johnson, Beth Miles, 
June Snyder, Gwen Case, Enid 
Caldwell, Ned Stringham. 

Second row: Howard Wis- 
combe, Joyce Abplanalp, 
Kathryn Huber, Marie Haslem, 
Delphia Collins, Charles L. 
Murray. 

Third row: Lea Mae Kitchen, 
Rhea Huber, June Black, Rhea 
Haslen, Carol Rae Walker. 

Fourth row: Ella Beth Weeks, 
Mary Helen Harris, Aneita 
Harvey, Lorna Ross, Bonnie 
Zirker. 

Fifth row: Shirley Coll, Doris 
Preece, Mary Price, Clara 
Broderick, Evan Woolley. 

Sixth row: Ronald Winn, 
Bill Turnbow, Don Sprouse. 




195 



2>i 



i/ue 



Officers: Beulah Blake, Vice- 
President; Florence Beatty, 
Publicity; Ross Esplin, Presi- 
dent; Elcrine Cannon, Secre- 
tary-Treasurer. 

First row: G. H. Aiken, Verla Mac- 
Donald, Emma Jean Adams, Barbara 
Marshall, Lucille Sargent, Mary 
Chener, Mary Winten. 

Second row: Alma Snow, Elaine 
Cannon, Beverly Adams, Barbara 
Farnsworth, Julia Bybee, Evelyn 
Church, Shipley Snow. 

Third row: Jasper L, Crawford, 
Burns Swapp, Donworth Gubler, 
Bessie A. Smith, Florence Beatty, 
Beulah Blake, Owen R. Porter. 

Fourth row: Robert Barker, Alton 
Isom, Myron Jones, Joy Bennett, Dean 
Payne, June Bennett, Russ Esplin, 
Homer Christensen, Don Snow. 



1 





196 




nmin- 



-^a4d4ieie 



Officers: Hanna Marie Billings, 
Secretary; Albert C. Peterson, Vice- 
President; Elayne Thomson, Re- 
porter; LaVon Squire, President. 

First row: Jean Magleby, Elayne 
Thomson, Hanna Marie Billings, 
Mary Sells, Ekirbora Peel. 

Second row: Maurine B. Allred, 
Betty Rae Christensen, Wanda Vee 
Stewart, Margie Hurst, Marva Zur- 
aln, LaVon Squire. 

Third row: Betty Olsen, Donna 
Jensen, Chris Sanders, Donald Cox, 
Albert C. Peterson, John Price, Mary 
Hafen, Robert Day. 

Fourth row: Jo Dolan Downord, 
Keith Allred, Kermeth Young, Dean 
Peterson, Advisor, Phil Squire, Don 
Christensen. 




Ill ^- 



197 



MiUoAd 

Officers: Homer Christensen, 
President; Betty Jo Robison, 
Reporter; La Rue Wasden, 
Vice - President; Betty Jane 
Roper, Secretary. 

First row: Glenna Stucki, Dorothy 
Henderson, Elaine Wood, Betty Jane 
Roper. 

Second row: Miriam Christensen, 
Carol Hansen, Betty Jo Robison, 
Emma Bennett, Homer Christensen. 

Third row: Georgia Adams, Jean 
Harris, Elma Terry, Carmelia Peter- 
son, La Rue Wasden. 

Fourth row: Reece Finlinson, Paul 
Theobald, Robert Twitchell, Bruce 
Bliss, Warren Jensen, Truman Jeffery. 





198 




I\l0: Genhai ^tcde^^ 



Officers: Normcoi Hyatt, 
President; Edna Ryskamp, 
Vice-President; Mary Clyde, 
Secretary; Fabian Giroux, Re- 
porter. 

First row: Gwen Marler, Eleanore 
Jueschke, Ben Marler, Nona Sharp, 
Shirley Jennens, Elizabeth Jueschke. 

Second row: Dr. Russel Swenson, 
sponsor, Edna Ryskamp, Fabian 
Giroux, Beverly Langren, Virginia 
Davis. 

Third row: Ruth Flander, Mary 
Clyde, Norman Hyatt, Edith Jensen, 
Douglass Woodward. 



I 




I 



199 



l\lo.. !)dako- 



Officers: LaRue Hemsley, Vice- 
President; David Ririe, President; 
Edythe Bright, Secretary-Treasurer; 
Don Murri, Reporter. 

First row: Beth Baird, Ida Nielsen, 
Shirley Kinghorn, Lena Mae Qegg, 
Maurine Griffin, LaRae Denning, 
Florence Davis, LaRue Hoopes, Glen- 
na Williams. 

Second row: Mary Jean Laabs, 
Lola Peterson, Mildred Shaw, Mary 
Calkins, Marie Hardy, Edythe Bright, 
LaRue Hemsley, Barbara Heileson, 
llene Brown. 

Third row: Kay Clark, David Ririe, 
Elaine Casper, Norma Hale, Phyllis 
Wardle, Doris Jeffery, Evelyn Lind- 
strom. Mama Holm. 

Back row: Calvin Reed, J. L. Cook, 
Roy L Olsen, Karl Buchmiller, Kenny 
Lundquist, Virgil Lindstrom, Samuel 
C. Chandler, D. L. Weaver, Don 
Murri, Virgil Harris. 





200 



§a. ^doAa 




o/ 



Officers: Donna Mae Thir- 
kill, Vice-President; Grant C. 
Moon, President; Ruth Juchau, 
Secretory. 

First row: Jennie Bea Jones, 
Helen Mqe Tolman, Mary 
Lindsay, Bonnie Higginson, 
Connie Stock, Vilate Tolman, 
Donna Mae Thirkill, Morva 
Hopkins, Grant C. Moon. 

Second row: Elaine Sohm, 
Alene Sorenson, Glen H. Tol- 
man, Marjorie Wixom, Junius 
Duke, Ver Jean Holyoak, Virla 
Bell. 

Third row: Lilas Crandall, 
Josephine Burgin. 

Fourth row: Betty Jean Hir- 
schi, Afton Marble, Lou Jean 
Budge, Iva Lou Budge, Merlin 
Loveridge, Art Packard. 

Fifth row: Thelma Smith, 
Margie Warr, LaRue Cranney, 
Sally Stayner, Bob Beckstead, 
Naomi Stayner, Dean Johnson. 




201 



So-. a>taie4^ 



Officers: David Yam, Presi- 
dent; Barbara Mullen, Vice- 
President; Agnes Walker, Sec- 
retory; M. D. Wallace, Spon- 
sor. 

First row: Norma Hecrtherly, Polly 
Keister, Lois Johnson, Wilma Moor- 
ing, Helen Brown, Margaret Young. 

Second row: Harold Joyner, Bar- 
bara Mullen, Geraldine Heatherly, 
David Yam, Bonnie Schuler, John- 
nie Belle Holley, Professor M. D. 
Wallace. 

Third row: Denver C. Harper, Lor- 
raine Nichols, Ida Lee Jackson, Agnes 
Walker, Rudolph Harper. 





202 




^(mai 



203 



Z'xecutwe Qouncli 




EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 
Leland Wakefield, Secretary 
David Yarn, President 
Sheldon Lowry, Vice-Presi- 
dent 
Felice Swain, President 
Nellie Bushman, Secretary 
Ruth Hutchings, Vice-Presi- 
dent 









204 






Officers: James Bradley, Secretary; 

Addison Udall, President, Fabian 

Giroux, Vice-President. 

First row: Kay Young, Harold Call, 
Bill Pulsipher, David Yarn, Courtney 
Brewer, Jim Bradley. 

Second row: Gus Shields, Fabian 
Giroux, Doug Woodward, Norman 
Hidtt, Leland Wakefield, Hayle 
Buchanan. 

Third row: West Belnap, Melvin 
Peterson, Glen Snarr, Addison Udall, 
William Clyde Behunin. 







205 



beta 



Officers: Willis Wcdte, Vice- 
President; Robert Day, Prfesi- 
dent; Glen Pinegar, Secretary. 

First row: Willis Waite, Rob- 
ert Day, Frank Maruoka, 
Clyde E. Weeks. 

Second row: Verl P. Alla- 
man, Louis B. Cordon, Chester 
L. Thome, Elrod Leany, Glen 
Pinegar. 

Third row: Robert Mercer, 
Carl Hunter, Donald Cox, Reed 
Whitely, Dean Johnson. 

Absent: Reed Benson, John 
Landgren, Leon Frost, Ronnie 
Ross, Dick Taylor, Arthur 
Chapman, Don Weaver, Frank 
Wixom. 









206 



Gkl 





Officers: Ruth Flanders, 
Vice-President; Lcairie Teich- 
ert, President; Cecile Romney, 
Secretary. 

First row: Anne Christensen, Dove 
Call, Orpha Lcrudie, Bonnie Hancock, 
Laurie Teichert, Eleanor Bennion, 
Betty Lou Anderson, Margaret 
Young, Gorilla Sessions, Bonnie Hig- 
ginson. 

Second row: Inez Brimley, Dorothy 
Robinson, Dorothy Stout, Marjorie 
Sutton, Merle Johnson, Gene Hyatt, 
Donna B. Page, Merla Bond, Gecile 
Romney. 

Third row: Janice Burt, Ivo Kissell, 
Genevieve Parkinson, Anna David- 
son, Ruth Flanders, Grace McEwen, 
Kathryn Wight, Beth Wight, Lila 
Folsom, Joyce Wilson. 

Fourth row: Mourine Romney, 
Margie Hurst, Jane Nate, Ida Mar- 
shaU, Rachel Nelson, CleUa Qark, 
Barbara Hutchins. • 




\ 



207 



,k 



k 



a 



Officers: Ella Mae and Grant 
C. Moon, Presidents; James 
Abel, Secretary and Treasur- 
er; Keith and Ruth Rigby, Vice- 
Presidents. 

First row: Olga Smith, Melba 
Buckner, Sterling Larsen, Wanda 
Larsen, Blaine Porter, Ray Canning, 
James Abel, Veria Abel. 

Second row: DeLoy Smith, LaMor 
Buckner, Leah Belle Hawkes, Vern 
Thomas, Lois Thomas, Betty Porter, 
Lois Canning, Ella Mae Moon, Grant 
C. Moon. 

Third row: Josephine Williams, 
Martin Johnson, Mary Wardle, Den- 
nis Wardle, Virginia Avery, Dayle 
Brown, Ellsworth Brown. 

Fourth row: O. Qement Williams, 
Ruth Rigby, Keith Rigby, Chad 






208 



Omeaa 





Officers: Irene Whiting, Pre- 
sident; Luana Collins, Vice- 
President; Florence Mitchell, 
Secretary - Treasurer; Phyllis 
Clark, President Fall quarter. 

First row: Lucile Buell, Norma 
Slade, Marilyn Stevenson, Norma 
Forsey, La Rue Hoopes, Veda Miller, 
Shirley Cunnington, Betty Jean Hou- 
ston. 

Second row: Rosalie Nichols, Flor- 
ence Mitchell, Phyllis Clark, Melba 
Barker, Luana Collins, Barbara Heil- 
eson, Marion Cowles, La Rue Hems- 
ley, Marilyn Kingston, Mary Wintch, 
Velora Sorenson. 

Third row: Marion Bond, Eleanor 
Berrett, Florence Davis, Jerry Lake, 
Louise Green, Marvel Murphy, Lou- 
ine Brown, Donna Sirrine, Virginia 
Woodbury, Maxine Norton, Sorioh 
Bushman, Virginia Brown. 

Fourth row: Jean Char, Charmaine 
Guthrie, Irene Whiting, Louise Pea- 
cock, Marilyn Willis, Betty Zieve, 
Kama Broadbent, Ilia Claire Hunt, 
Adeline Rice, Jean Dorney, Marian 
Barg, Jackie Boberg. 




*r ^., -i-lft- ''v**.;.-*' 



209 



Plu 



Officers: La Rue Cottle, Vice- 
President; Elnora Boyack, 
President. 

First row: "La Rue Collett, Carolyn 
Whiteside, Lorna Pincock, Maurine 
Cowan, Darlene Cowan. 

Second row: Betty Bailey, Kay 
Lyman, Mary Lindsay, Darla Hib- 
bard. Pearl Babble, Elaine Wood, 
Mary Beth Pierce. 

Third row: Winifred Phelps, Betty 

Jean Cottle, Doris Gwilliam, Olea 

Babble, Vera Babble, Gay Arm- 
strong, Ruth Thomas. 

Fourth row: Genevieve Eliason, 
Beverly Hardy, Lula Peterson, Mama 
Holm, Mary Ida Ream, Marian Gard- 
ner. 

Fifth row: Elma Terry, Betty Jane 
Roper, Clara Anderson, Vonnie Beth 
Davis, lunella Sanford, Donna Thom- 
as, La Rue Cottle. 






210 





Pu 



Officers; Margaret Wilson, 
Vice-President; Elaine Sperry, 
President; Eleanor Jorgensen, 
Secretary and Treasurer. 

First row: Twila Bond, Betty Jane 
Seely, Lucille Simmons, Deonne Tay- 
lor, Grancine Dunkley, Grace How- 
ell, Donna Nielson, Carol Wheel- 
wright. 

Second row: Isabelle Laurence, 
Ruth Coffin, Lilas Crandall, Deaun 
Adams, Mary Donna Jones, Betty 
Miller, Jeanne Kellett, Margaret Wil- 
son. 

Third row: Alton Lichfield, La Rue 
Wasden, Jean Black, Marjorie Sin- 
clair, Jean Anderson, Mar Rue Keller, 
La Voe Hall. 

Fourth row: Jean Mcintosh, Marie 
AUred, Virginia Ult, Janet Barclay, 
June Berry, Thelma Davidson, Flo- 
rene Nielson, Elaine Sperry, LaWana 
Miller, Eleanore Jorgensen, Mary 
Lund. 




21 



Hm 



Officers: Faye Buchmiller, Vice- 
President; Helen Torney, President; 
Genevieve Bird, Secretary. 

First row: Louise McQuarrie, Barbara 

■ Bean, Alice Hansen, Hazel Dawn Ream, 

Leslie Decker, Mary Clyde, Elizabeth 

Jueschke, Eleonore Jueschke, Genevieve 

Bird. 

Second row: Dorothy Kizerion, Imogene 
Johnson, Betty Jo Mercer, Helene Lund, 
Pat Taylor, Margaret Clark, Ellen Bowen, 
Roberta Robertson, Marianne Murdock. 




Third row: Helen Torney, Cecil Abbott, 
Ardis Adams, Merlyn Edwards, Helen 
Seely, Marilouise Evans, Marjorie Warr, 
La Rae Cranney, Bertie Del Walsh. 

Fourth row: Kathryr! Kerr, Delores Fran- 
cis, Mae Evans, Betty Argyle, Dorothy 
Nielson, Beatrice Folsom, Thelma Smith, 
Elaine Kellogg, Leone Peterson. 

Fifth row: Faye Buchmiller, Ellen Dalton, 
Valma Horner, Laura Adkins, Joyce Smith, 
Lucille Rose, La Rue Wood, Marjorie Mor- 
gan, Norma Burnham, Joan Hurst. 





212 



<& 



ioma 





Officers: Alaire Lewis, Sec- 
retary; Foye' Richards, Presi- 
dent; Naomi Stayner, Vice- 
President. 

First row: Marjorie Gillette, Carol 
Ann Bulow, Dorothy Askin, Joyce 
Madsen, Arlene Jones, Margaret 
Harper, Betty Taylor. 

Second row: Glenna Stucki, Mar- 
garet Butler, Idella White, Louise 
Burbudge, Isabell Lawrence, Lucille 
Sargent, Mildred Shaw, Naomi Stay- 
ner. 

Third row: Norine Butler, Betty 
Hanks, Thelma Sorenson, Helen 
Brown, Jeone Burnes, Billie Bridge, 
Dorothy Petty, Glen Goates, Fay 
Richards. 

Fourth row: Mavis Dewsnup, Mar- 
ian Crawford, Nancy Shurtleff, Betty 
Jean Hirschi, Joan Thomas, Shirley 
Norris, Opal Hart. 




213 



7c 



au 



Officers: Dorlene Howard, 
Attendctnce Chairman; Shirley 
Farnsworth, Secretary; Jean 
Clark, President; Margaret 
Zimmerman, Vice-President. 

First row: Jennie B. Jones, Afton 
Marble, Marjorie Wixom, Melba 
Ottosen, Dorlene Howard, Jean 
Clark, Eva Stokes, Orpha Stokes. 

Second row: Iva Lou Budge, Mar- 
garet Zimmerman, June Felsch, Janet 
Stringham, Shirlee Christensen, Wy- 
oma Suhlsen, Estell Latimer. 

Third row: Buela Bell, Margaret 
Judd, Marjorie Petty, Lorraine Nich- 
ols, Pauline Bamgerter, Elizabeth 
Fletcher, Lona Mae Clegg, Beulah 
Blake. 

Fourth row: Betty Stratford, Nila 
Astin, Donna Gerrick, Helen Nelson, 
Berva Nebecker, Jeweldine Moore, 
Mary Jean Laabs, Edythe Bright, 
Donna Nelson, Arlene Shepherd, 
June Bennett, Joy Bennett. 

Fifth row: Valea Crowther, Phyllis 
Draper, Gwen Johnson, Mary Afton 
McNeil, Margaret Hutchings, Sally 
Stayner, Catherine Newman. 



r- 




i 






^^m^it\^%M.'^ 


^^^^r ^ 




\ wW 



I 





214 




. -._i2^_ 




1/ffMX9n 



Officers: Kathleen Bird, Vice-Presi- 
dent; Barbara Kohler, Secretary; 
Beverly Lcmdgren, President; Muriel 
Jenkins, President (fall quarter). 

First row: Pauline Sheranian, Betty 
Rae Christensen, Lois Robison, Jean 
Adams, Dorothy Timms, Felice 
Swain, Shirley Jennens, Beverly 
Landgren. 

Second row: Joyce Tew, Mary 
Sells, Ramona Smith, Wanda Vee 
Stewart, Lois Johnson, Verla Mac- 
Donald, Johnnie Belle HoUey, Verda 
Hale, Barbara Kohler. 

Third row: Phyllis Hancock, Kath- 
leen Bird, Barbara Farnsworth, Leda 
Jean Widdison, Mary Jo Hallett, Mar- 
jorie Barlow, Joy -Tangren, Melva M. 
Harris. ' ' 

Fourth row: Clara Broderick, Bar- 
bara Welsch, Ramona McFarland, 
Ada Vee Webster, Jean Cram, Betty 
Scoville. 




215 



Unimex 



Norman Marchant 



Sterling Sessions, President 
Tom Pardee 



Robert D. Mitchell 
Lester Taylor 
Keith Wilson 



William Love 
Dean Payne 
Vic Brimhall 



Ralph Prusse 
Norman Parker 
Larry Stoddard 



Grant Ash 
Junior Child 
Don Evans 




216 



I 




Taylor Reynolds 
Ted McKnelly 
Madison Moffit 



James Hobbs 
Dick Graham 
Bud Harmon 



George Ballif 
Bob Perry 
Fred Bushnell 



Willard Tingey 



Rnk>ke/i 



James Lyman 
Ken Beck 
Gordon Hawkins 



Addison Udall 
Truman Clawson 
Doug Busterud 



2J7 



R^Uc^adle^ 



Anthony Snow 



Ellsworth Snow, President 
Courtney Brewer 



Shipley Snow 
Paul Shelley 
J. B. Cooper 



Edward Smoot 
Peter Skousen 
Qyde Lundell 



Stephen Warnick 
Moyle Harward 
Owen Dixon 



Eugene Harvey 
Glen Johnson 
Don Snow 




218 





Jonathan Harvey 
Herman Longhurst 
Richard Swenson 
Lloyd McArthur 



Homer Christensen 
Paul McGuire 
Charles Goodall 
Will Lewis 



Gary Whiting 
Don Wood 
Mike Smoot 
Frank Taylor 



Richard Raile 
Don P&odes 
Dean Snow 
George Scott 



Grant Bushman 
Robert Barber 
Rex Duniord 
Don Brimhall 



Stan McAllister 
Norman Hyatt 
Jack Powell 
Matthew Bezzant 



219 



lauUa 



\. Grant Richins 
Ariel Ballif 



Sheldon C. Johnson, President 
Herb Petersen 
Kenneth Smith 



Gaylond Mills 
Roy Olsen 
George Crum 
Don Ipsen 



Robert Greenwood 
Howard Wiscombe 
Jack Anderson 
Howard Worthen 



Tom Lee 
Fred Roylance 
Clark Greenhalgh 
Robert Day 



Dee Sonford 
Bryce Bailey 
Joe Weight 
Douglas Welti 




220 




Va44Ma 



Douglas Brown 
Dick Wright 
Howard Randall 
Winston Taylor 



R. G. Vincent 
John Jensen 
Ben Merrier 
Ronald Griggs 



Waldo Jacobson 
Harvey Black 
Raid Wayman 
Richard Forsey 



Evan Woolley 
Keith Jones 
Glade Kuhni 
Richard Ballou 



Lorry Rytting 
D. L. Weaver 
L. Pat Wright 
C. Mark Collings 



221 




Creed Brimhall, President 
Russell Grange 



Dean Rothe 
LaMar Buckner 
William Huish 



Kay Young 
Kent Baggs 
Harold Talboe 
Willfam Pulsiphei 



Delas Brown 
Dale McAllister 
Melvin Dixon 
Cecil Zimmerman 



Blaine Porter 
Max Chambers 
Lewis Wells 
Kay Anderson 



Jack Knell 
Willis Waite 
Craig Decker 
Clark Stewart 




222 





Clive Bingham 
Mark Nilsen 
Doug Mabey 
Darwin Mathewson 



Fielding Abbott 
Walter Zabriskie 
Floyd Weed 
Glen Gardner 



William Johnson 
Richard Taylor 
Dick Dabling 
Dean Gray 



lames Hall 
Knute Hatch 
LaMayn Peterson 
Matt Olsen 



Grant Neuteboon 
Rex Daniels 
William Mangum 
L. Grant Shields 



Bruce Tanner 
Ron Frogley 
Claron Oakley 



223 



/Ilta Mdm 



Marjorie Petty, President 
Josephine Dickson 



Lecne Dinnegar 
Elynn Matthews 
Esther Sringfellow 



Adelaide Matthew- 
Mavis Dewsnup 
Marilyn Petty 
Jeanne Kellett 



Blanche Koyle 
Eva Rae Yates 
La Voe Hall 
Lois Taylor 



Gloria Rasmussen 
Roxey Nelson 
Madelyn Hatch 
Ruth Van Leuven 



Joyce Hanks 
Mary Hafen 
Barbara Peel 




224 




Alia MdAa 



LaWana Miller 
Georganna Adams 
LulaBelle Bangartner 



Renee Bliss 
Merle Johnson 
Billie McCormick 



Marie Harvey 
lown Foote 
Lela Christensen 



Genevieve Eliason 
Donna Gaerick 
Golda Thornley 



Donna Nielson 
Dorothea McKinnon 
Laurine Mickelsen 



Thiele Anderson 
Maude Holman 
Ida Mae James 



225 



Gedia '^ie 



Georgia Heder 
Afton Taylor 
Joy Tangren 



Morcia Greenhaw, President 
Maxine Overlade 
Marion Jones 
Mary Stanley 



Donna Thomas 
Marion Gardner 
Beverly Hardy 
Elaine Wood 



Betty Bailey 
Jenna Vee Beck 
Daisy Dean Daniels 
Barbara Davis 



Betty Lewis 
Gloria Schwantes 
LaRae Collett 
La Rue Cottle 



Barbara Bird 

Lucille Richards 
Lugene Morris 
Junella Sanford 



Joyce Whiting 
Dawn Hilton 
Faye Briggs 
Elnora Boyack 




226 



Ge6ia ^ 




Ruth England 
Shirley Jennens 
Alice Ostler 
Edie Jensen 



Nathel Openshaw 
Helen Spencer 
Rita Clement 
Margaret Friday 



Edna Ryskamp 
Jean Reese 
Maxine Howes 
Barbara Crandall 



Edythe Bright 
Betty Jean Cottle 
Margaret Anderson 
Glendora Schwantes 



Rhoda Mae Goates 
Merilyn Willis 
LaRee Swenson 
Elaine Waddoups 



Dorothy Shippee 
Helen Hickman 
Carole Hilton 
Donna Thirkill 



\.M^^A 




Genevieve Bird 
Elaine Cannon 
Mary Clyde 
Elaine Anderson 



227 




Marjorie Anderson 
Carma Jane Mendenhall 



Joy Thompson, President 
Udene Garrett 
Florence Mitchell 



Iris Taylor 
Elayne Thomson 
Marian Bond 
Betty Pearson 



Cleo Harding 
Beth Crandall 
Shirley Cowley 
Dorothy Robinson 



Beverly Lcmdgren 
Winifred Thomas 
Muriel Perkins 
Alene Johnson 



Melba Beckman 
Peggy Zimmerman 
Elaine Peacock 
Virginia Ault 



Gayle'Ashworth 
Gwen Bateman 
Nila Stubbs 
Norma Reynolds 




228 





Beverly Bird 
Enid Caldwell 
Marjorie Barlow- 
La Rae Evans 



Phyllis Clark 
Alene Sorenson 
La- Von Squire 
Edna Holt 



Katheryn Mayer 
Jean Clark 
Lynn Warner 
Betty Logsdon 



Marjorie Lindstrom 
Helen McNeil 
Bette Nelson 
Lorraine Drissell 



Rosa Mae Swains 
Gwen Wahlen 
Mary Swayers 
Valeea Crowther 



Juana Spohn 
Arlene Knudsen 
Marvis Larson 
Jeanne Drissell 



Anne Christensen 
LaRue Hoopes 
Lorraine Nicholas 



229 



^lodJUuiA^ 



Geraldine Heatherly 
Lois Hansen 



Faye Hunter, presdent 
Blanche Ockey 
Mary Lou Dixon 



Colleen Page 
Barbara Bailey 
Ruth Swenson 
Helen Olpin 



Norma Boyle 
Eileen Glazier 
Phyllis Cook 
Joan Heindselman 



Ann Bailey 
Beverly Lloyd 
Betty Brailsford 
Norma Huish 



Beth Martin 
Myrlene Romney 
Carol Cox 
Elaine Hart 



Colleen Callister 
Jaynann Morgan 
Barbara Mullen 
Virginia Rickenbach 




230 




f^cudiuiA^ 



Dorothy Jepson 
Margaret Demos 
Beverly Boardman 
Frances Hunter 
Marjorie Scherer 



Roberta Christensen 
Helen Anderson 
Gerry Green 
June Greer 
Lorna Fillmore 



Ruth Martin 
Carolyn Fagg 
Annette Reynolds 
Ines Pay-ne 
Alma Snow- 



Barbara Marshall 
Verdell Hunt 
Colleen Rowan 
Adele Ransbottom 
Gertrude Duckworth 



Carma Meredith 
Jean Johnson 
Elaine Eyring 
Elaine McAllister 
Winnifred Dyches 



Mary Pratt 
Mary Lu Heninger 
Marcein Ginn 
Merrilyn Harmon 
Elaine Paxman 



Hermine Eckersley 
Mary Ellen Christensen 



231 



0. <§. V^KMMzia 



Shirlee Christensen 

Shirley Smith 



Ruth Redd, Presider 
Ruth MacDonald 
Priscilla Ludlow 



Marylin Rorrmey 
Virginia Larsen 
Anne Brockbank 
Miriam Christensor 



Shirley Romney 
Lona Faun Olson 
Hanna Williams 
Jennie Gwilliom 



Marge Cottam 
Nonna Lee Reynold 
Mildred Phyllis Jon< 
Marie Snell 



Lyravine Jensen 
La Rae Reynolds 
Carolyn Olsen 
Jean Whitney 



Marian Wilkinson 
Mae Sevy 




\ 



232 




^. V^KPiMzta 



Claire Stoddard 
Nita Jeanne Fullmer 
Gwendonyn Gwynn 
Annette Bailey 



Barbara Webb 
Barbara Hansen 
Nadine Smoot 
Arlene Stevenson 



Janet Stringham 
Elaine Erickson 
Colleen Keeler 
Verda Olson 



June Smith 
Phyllis Hunter 
Marian Owen 
Lou Stoddard 



Helen Showberger 
Claire Johnson 
Marie Andrus 
Shirley Wilkes 



Lou Jean Park 
Jane Kirkham 
Leah Taylor 
June Thain 



233 



Vol A&^m 



Eloise Christiansen 
Joan Spratley 



Ellen Ashworth, president 
Carol Collard 
Katherine Hess 



Bonnie Jean Cromar 
Zola Rae Law 
Myra Madsen 
Jo Ann Hansen 



Meredith Hansen 
Ada Vee Webster 
Moana Ballif 
Edna Nielson 



Marrial Clark 
Ellen Bowen 
Nydra Hunsaker 
Deonne Taylor 



Haine Todd 
Miriam Young 
Sally Sharp 
Karma Jean CuUimore 



Charlotte Harris 
Mary Maloney 
Shiralee Harding 
Margaret Wilson 




234 



Vol l\loAn 





^ppl^l 




Nadine Cooper 
Mary Callahan 
Mildred Miller 
Beverley Keith 
Doris Clark 



Mary Jane Miner 
Norma Graehl 
Carol Brockbank 
Jean Anderson 
Mary Lee Atkerson 



Vol Deane Rice 
Mary Smart 
Mary Donna Jones 
Shirley Johnson 
Eose Taylor 



Gloria Russell 
Beth Zabriskie 
Margaret Hales 
Bar Dee Tidwell 
Rayola Hanseen 



Mavis Hafen 
June Sanders 
Lucille Booth 
Winnifred Ellsworth 
lone Kimball 



Marjorie Hart 
Anna Jean Bullock 
Pat Critchlow 
Aileen Hales 
Ruth Ercanbrack 



Julie Hansen 
Elaine Gaisford 
Carol Wheelwright 
Carol Beck 
Agnes Jensen 



235 



lai 


^o^eUa 




Dorene Rasband 




Doris Preece, President 
Marie Haslem 




Florence Nielsen 
Louise LeBaron 
Margarita Bautista 




Nial Olsen 
Carma Johnson 
Myrtle Emmett 




June Felsch 
Betty Miller 
Joan Thomas 




Opal Hart 
Florence Beatty 
Vilate Tolman 




Marion Muir 
Lucille Sandberg 




236 



^oclai l/fmt Gouncil 




INTER SOQAL UNIT 
COUNCIL 
Standing: 

Marjorie Petty Altra Mitra 

Sheldon C. Johnson Tausigs 

Madelyn Hatch Altra Mitra 

Seated: 

Sterling Sessions Brickers 

Joy Thompson Fidelas 



Tony Snow Brigadiers 

Creed Brimhall Vikings 

Bill Spence Vol Hyrics 

Doris Preece La Sorella 

Faye Hunter Nautilus 

Marcia Greenhaw Cesta Tie 

Ellen Ashworth Val Norn 



237 



i 



BOOK SIX 




240 




Remembered joys are never past; at once the fountain, 
stream, and sea, they were, they are, they yet shall he. 

J. Montgomery 



241 



licUIAjCUI. <§', 




EDITORIAL STAFF 

Editor Lugene Waddoups Morris 

Assistant Editor Joyce Whiting 

Art Editor Mary Smart 

Class Editor Margaret Wilson 

Organization Editor... Edna Ryskamp 

Copy Editor Elaine Waddoups 

Sports Editor Russel Grange 

Photographers Shipley Snow, 

Kenneth Smith, Ray Gwilliam. 

Copy Writers Howard Randall, 

Kay Morris, Edythe Bright, Bar- 
bara Kohler, Aileen Hales, Jean 
Anderson, Betty Jo Mercer, Mar- 
garet Judd, Elaine Hart, Glen 
Penniger. 

Art Staff Ira Young, 

Marilouise Evans. 

Mounters... Joy Tangren, Shirley 

Romney, LaRue Hinckley, Mar- 
orie Anderson, Barbara Mullen. 

Typists Shirley Tennens, 

Maxine Overlade, Iris Moore. 

Proof Readers Betty Bailey, 

Arva Mercer. 



Top: Dee Sanford. 
Center: Lugene Morris 
Bottom: Joyce Whiting. 



242 



Business Mgr Dee Sanford ^ 

Sales Mgr Sterling Session T* 

Advertising Agents Sheldon 

Johnson, Shirley Smith M \jj 
Secretary.— Nanna Lee Reynolds I //. 

Salesmen Dean Payne, ' '•• 

George Ballif, Roy den Rice, 
Maribeth Pierce, Truman 
Clawson, Mary Jane Miner, 
Clair Stoddard, Alma Snow, 
La Von Squires, Mary Lee 
Atkerson, Nona Mortensen, 
Fern Fisher, Doreen Thyret ^ 





Top: Edna Ryskomp, Margaret Wilson, Mary Smart, Russ Grange, Elaine 

Waddoups. t ,, k »* */ 

Center: Jean Anderson, Barbara Kohler, Margaret Judd, Arva Mercer, Mar- 
jorie Anderson, LoRue Hinckley, Betty Jo Mercer, Jeanne Adorns, Iris Moore, Elaine 

Hart, Edythe Bright. , , oi. i •> t i. 

Bottom: Glen Penniger, Mcodne Overlade, Nanna Lee Reynolds, Sheldon John- 
son, Loujean Park, Howard Randall, Marilouise Evans, Kay Morris, Shirley Jen- 
nens, Joy Tangren, Ira Young, Shirley Smith, Betty Bcdley, Barbara Mullen. 



ij-^ewA. 




Y NEWS STAFF 
OT-EdHnf H«4«»n Hickman, Mtxma BoUif 

Business M uuuye r. Mcdoolm Peirson 

News Desk Mavis Hofen 



Editoriai Desk_ 

Sports Desk 

Circulation 



Proof Header_ 
Artist 



-Elccyne Christensen 

Russell Grange 

Fotye Buckmiller 

Edith lensen 

Dick Graham 



Poetry Desk. 

Reporters- 



Merle lohnson 

_Elaine Gaisford, Marie Snell, 



Duane Spillsbury, Yvonne Watts, Mary 
Stondley, Jean Anderson. 

Columnists I Fabian Giroui, Ray 

Canning, CTyde Behunin. Marion Jones. 
Vivian Hoyt. Ann Midgley. Corma 
Johnson, Lennie Page, Bobette Peter- 
son, Jeannie Taylor, Naomi Hales. 

Sports Assistants JCnute Hatch, Carolyn 

Fagg. John Londgren, Sam Chandler, 
Jack Frost 

Society Desk Carole Haverfield, 

Barbara Cnmdall, Foye BuchmiUer, 
Marrial Qark. 



244 



y-I\lewyL 




245 




Editor - -Dorothy Bennion 

Associate Editor Edith Russell 

Art Editor Vera Babbel 

Short Story Editor 

Mary Donna Jones 

Essay Editor Ross Esplin 

Feature Editors 

Vivian Hoyt, L. Dean Lee 

Poetry Editor Clyde E. Weeks 

Publication Mgr Dick Rowley 

Publicity Mgr John T. Hyde 

Sponsor Thomas E. Cheney 

Top: Dorothy Bennion. 

Center: Mary Donna Jones, 
Vivian Hoyt, Clyde Weeks, Vera 
Babbel. 

Bottom: Dick Rowley, Edith 
Russell, Thomas Cheney, Doro- 
thy Bennion. 





'%5I 









246 



r 



■:*'*» 




i y 



y 



s \ ^ 

\4 



Editor De Wayne Spilsbury 

Assistant Editor Mavis Hafer 

Editorial Staff....Bill Dyer, Jeanne 
Taylor, Margaret ludd 

Business Mgr... William Pulsipher 

Business Staff.... Elaine Gaisford, 
Carol Collord 

Art Staff Ariel Ballif, Jr., 

Mary Smart, Ruth England 

Cartoonists Tony Ivins, 

Clark Imloy 

Exchange and Circulation 

Shirley Wilks, Alma Snow, 
Anne Brockbank 

\ Top: De Wayne Spilsbury. 

I Center: Mavis Hafen, Carol 

' Collord, Elaine Gaisford, Mary 

Smart, Bill Dyer, Oliver Smith, 
advisor, De Wayne Spilsbury. 

Bottom: Shirlee Christensen, 
Bill Pulsipher, Anne Brockbank, 
Charlotte Harris, Bill I>yer, Alma 
Snow. 







f\ \ 



lAl 



licmd 

ii- ... 





Dr. John R. Hallidoy, associate professor of 
music, is former "Y" student who returned to 
his Alma Pater to teach music and conduct 
the B.Y.U. band. 

His musical talents and abilities are well 
known to the band concert audiences, and 
even better known are they to those who per- 
form under his baton. His interpretations of 
the varied numbers in the bands repertoire 
are inspiring, and it is a well-known fact that 
no sharp or flat tone from any instrument, how- 
ever out of tune, escapes his alert and well- 
trained ear. 



248 



Iia44d 




BAND PERSONNEL 

Donna EUertson, Jack Bowman, Ruth Dahlen, Joyce Abplanalp, Sharmene Brough Shirley Johnson, Louis W. Booth, Beverly 
Adams, Marie Haslem, Mary Macia Sells, Lucille Sandberg, Jenna Vee Beck, Elcrine Goisford, Lou Ann Brown, Noel L. Cook, 
Fred E. Gardner, Ruby Schwartz, Pauline Brown, Clara Borgeson, Glen Pinegar, Mildred Shaw, Ben Roberts, Donna Clorki 
Glenna Stucki, Rosella Compton, Bonnie Zirker, Lillian Bailey, Leo Prows, Chester Mortensen, Larence Barrett, Dorothy Stout,' 
Norma Reynolds, Lovina Borgeson, Helen Clegg, Louis Roberts, Ronald Griggs, C. Mack Collings, James Reid, Lelcmd R. Carroll! 
Maxine Howes, Vernon Diew, Kenneth Young. 

Nidi Olsen, Carma Meredith, Mary Ann Murdock, Eleanor Bennion, Norman D. Sullivan, Beverly Sloan, Elaine Peacock, 
Robert Wright, Lorry Rytting, Grant L. Shields, Agnes Jensen', Paul S. Woolston, Howard Worthen, Roy L. Olsen, Dole McAllister! 
Leo Dean, Aaron Card, Lola Fay Scott, Ballard J. Christiansen, Glen Montague, Marion Muir, Norine Butler, Kenneth Evans! 
Welling MacFarlone, Alma Willey, Richard Shuck, Kay Morris, Reece Finlinson, Kenneth B. Lundquist, Ardean Watts Ariel 
Bollif, Norma Abegg, Noriyene Ohran, Lona Griffiths, Jack Anderson, LaPreal Parduhn, Legia Mendenhall, Russell Grange! Drum 
Major. 



249 






One of the persons most responsible 
for upholding the tradition of a superb 
music department at the Y is Leroy J. 
Robertson, professor of music. As con- 
ductor of the B.Y.U. symphony orches- 
tra, he brings to us some of the finest 
music of the ages.' An artist himself, 
he is a versatile performer, an able 
conductor, and a composer of national 
renown. 



250 




ORCHESTRA 

VIOLINS: Nila Stubbs, concertmaster, Katherine Hess, Mary KroU, Earl Gordon, Francll lean Hunter, Arden Lane, 
Jean Slack, Dorothy Jepson, Helen Jones, Marian Gardner, Mae Sevy, Anna Jean Bullock, George Reimschiissel, Ruth 
Thomas, Betty Logsdon, Valeea Crowther, Dorothy Dickson, Joyce Wilson, Beverly Duckett, Ramona Smith, LaNae 
Larsen, Pauline Sheranian, Georgene Krissman, Barbara Kohler, Alma Snow, Nelma Jones, Belva Menlove, Don Weaver, 
Rell Francis, Carol Buckmiller, Eva Pererson, Helen Moberly. VIOLAS Lawrence Sardoni, Phyllis Barnes, Rhea Jean 
Madsen, Lorena Duke, Lila Folsom, Betty Galbraith, Gordon Childs, CELLOS: Gustave Buggert, coach ol cellos and 
basses, Eileen Macintosh, Ov/en Bingham, Marian Robertson, Phyllis Draper, Naomi Nelson, Vivian Hoyt, Morjorie 
Petty, Marie Little. 

BASSES: Ariel Ballif, Jr., Reed Walker, Marie Thunnel, Frank Shaw, Ruth Partridge, Ardean Watts, Louise Brimhall, 
Glean Pinegar FLUTES: Donna EUertson, Eva Stokes, Orpha Stoker PICCOLO: Ida Nielson OBOES: Louis W, Booth, 
coach of woodwinds, Beverly Adorns. ENGLISH HORN: Louis W, Booth. CLARINETS: Lucille Sandberg, Noel Cook, 
Ben Roberts. BASS CLARINETS: Norma Reynolds. BASSOONS: Agnes Jensen, Paul V/oolston. HORNS: Don Peterson, 
Paul Slack, Nial Olsen, Glen Dalby, Jack Harrison, Beverlee Sloan TRUMPETS: Lavina Boraeson, Leland Carroll, Helen 
Clegg. TROMBONES: Howard Worthen, Dale McAllister, Ballard Christiansen TUBA: Richard Shuch. TIMPANI: Legia 
Mendenhall. PERCUSSION: Norlyene Ohran. PIANO: Dr. Gerritt de Jong, Jr. Lawrence Sardoni, Director of personnel. 
Ariel Ballif, Jr., manager; Donna EUertson, Librarian. 



251 



u 



(mien 



'ci Qlee 








A favorite of music majors and of all who 
know him is Dr. Franklin F. Madsen, professor 
of music. His dynamic personality has won 
for him countless friends, and he is known for 
his ready wit, his sense of humor, and his deep, 
pleasing voice. He has studied widely in var- 
ious universities throughout the nation, and his 
years of experience in teaching music thor- 
oughly qualify him for his position. 

A talented musician, he has helped to make 
the B.Y.U. choruses famous througout the West 
for their superb performances. 



252 



Men' 6. Qlee 




Barbara Adams, Dewey Adamson, Carling Allen, Merill Allen, Elaine AUred, Maurine Allred, Olga Allred, Martha Anderson, Robert 
Anderson, Almina Andei&on, Marion Astin, Gayle Ashworth, Beverly Backman, Elofine Bentwet. Karl Bergen, Viriginia Bailer, Donna Bingham, 
Virginia Bird, Eldon Bitter, Leah Boyer, Leona Brower, Anna Louine Brown, Belva Brown llene Brown, Norine Butler, Joyce Call, Lucile 
Camenish, Leland Carroll, Gene Christensen, Ballard Christiansen, Clella Clark, Lila Clark, Owen Clark, Vern Clark, Margaret Clayton, Rosella 
Compton, Bettie Condie, DorDth/ Cook, Ward S. Coon, Marion L. Cowles, Anna Creer. Pal Critchlow, Pomela Davis, LaRae Denning, Helen Edwards 
Laura Jeanne Evans, Barbara Ewell, Keith Facer, Lygia Felt, Rosa Finch. Hyrum Fischer, Beuna Rose Fish, Betty Galbraith, Elizabeth, Gerrard, 
Marjorie Gillette, Wayne Goates, Vivian Green, Ann Grimmett, Lesley Hales, Mary Jo Hallett, Alice Hansen, Carma Hansen, Earl Eugene 
Hansen, Max Harding, Gene Harris, Marilyn Haskell, Beth Hartshorn Betty Hayes, Barbara Heileson, Jean Heindselman, Carol Heiner, Pat 
Hendricks, Gene Hiatt, Helen Hofer, Marjorie Huf faker, I la Claire Hunt, Geraldine Jackman, Ida Jackson, Darlene Jensen, Kenneth Johanson, 
Marva Johnson, Shirley Johnscr, Norma Jones, Oliver Joyner, Dorothy Kizehan, Ivy Kimber, Marilyn Kingston. 

Mary Jane Laabs, Estil Latimer, Doran Lewis, Deaun Lloyd, Estella Loveless, Rhea Madsen, Anna Matthews, Vaudis McCurdy, Frances 
Measom, Leone Miller, Bernice Monson, Glenn Montague, Mavis Moore, Mary Moore, Kay Morris, Joyce Muir, Mary Ann Murdock, Helen 
Nelson, Lois Nelson, Florence Nielsen, Lucile Okey, Emelia Olsen, LaPreal Parduhn, Manly n Paris, Den Porker, Elizabeth Pay, Reuben 
Paystrup, Elliot Petersen, Napina Phillips, Carol Rawle, Adeline Rice, James Richardson, Ruth Rigby, Joshua Robbins, Arthur Roberts, Reece 
Robertson, Margaret Rowley. Miriam Royle, Junella Sanford, Estelle Scoville. Glendoia Schwantes, Gloria Schwantes, Mae Sevy, Pauline 
Sheranian, Virginia Skousen, Roma Smart, Herbert Smith, Ida Mae Smith, June Smith, Ruby Sorensen, Glenda Stradling, Max Stubbs, Norman 
Sullivan, Down Etta Swenson, Dale Taylor, Pat Taylor, Rose Taylor, Carol Thomsen, Conway Threet, Lemmie Threet, Donna Tingey, Jean 
Vincent, Asenath Walser, Helen Lynn Warner, Yvonne Watts, D. L, Weaver, Eleanor Welsh, Irene Whiting, Gweneth Whittle, Alton Williams, 
Earl Williams, Nevin Willams, Irene Wollaston, Sylvia Woodbury, Dorothy Wooley, Fay Wooley, Ivan Wright, Joan Zabriskie. 

253 



2> 



^lama 




Amusing comp- 
lications and de- 
lightful comedy 
greeted us as the 
BLITHE SPIRIT re- 
turned to this 
earthly sphere to 
tease her mortal 
husband who had 
too quickly token 
another wife. 



254 



2> 



^lama 




As presented in College Hall, John 
Patrick's play, THE HASTY HEART, 
which received wide acclaim in Eng- 
land, brings together .in a world torn 
with war the moving story of soldiers 
from each of the Allied nations. 



255 



2> 



noma 



Filled with spicy 
dialogue and laugh- 
ter, CLAUDIA enter- 
tained large audien- 
ces as the story is told 
of a naive, young wife 
with a complex. (Right 
and below) 




With the RETURN 
OF PETER GRIM, 
we delve again into 
the world beyond 
as the spirit of a 
venerable Dutch 
gentleman returns 
to deliver his mes- 
sage. (Right) 



n ., 



256 



2) 



nxxma 




257 



p. M. fi. 




Ready to produce an entertain- 
ing program at a minute's notice 
the Public Service Bureau serves 
a two fold purpose, that of adver- 
tising the university and develop- 
ing and promoting student talent 
and participation. 




Top: Lucille Booth, 
Chairman. 

Center: George Hansen, 
advisor, Lucille Booth, 
Margaret Wilson, Dean 
Payne, Phyllis Barnes, 
Kathrine Hess, members 
of the bureau. Velma 
Bates vras absent when 
picture was taken. 

Bottom: Participants in 
Public Service programs, 
Floyd Weed, Verda Olsen, 
Gordon Hawkins, Karma 
Jean Cullimore. 



258 



VoMJJm a>mHU- 




Author Orin D. Parker explains details of his script, Professor 
Preferred, to Director Jean Reese and Stage Manager Ernest J. Burgi 
as the Varsity Show goes into production. 

Below are pictured members of the cast: Ernest Burgi, Joyce 
Haycock, Reed Mack, Ray Jones, Edie Jensen, Marvel Murphy, Homer 
Christensen and Vivian Hoyt. 




259 



^eJnaie 



Forensic participants 
shown at left are those 
who entered the Denver 
meet held Winter Quar- 
ter. Standing: Dr. Alonzo 
J. Morley, advisor; LaMar 
Buckner; Carma Jane 
Mendenhall; LaMarr Eg- 
gertson. Seated: Mary- 
Donna Jones. 




Shown below ore those 
who participated at the 
debate meet held here 
at B.Y.U. during Winter 
Quarter. Standing are: 
LaMar Buckner, Carma 
Jane Mendenhall, LaMarr 
Eggertsen, Moana Ballif, 
Lewis Cardon. Seated: 
Morley. 
Mary Donna Jones, Dr. 



260 



Bamicm Hall 



f rv-.f^j-'-yi v- j/ 




Above are Marie 
Snell, Roberta Christen-, 
sen, Beth Zabriskie, 
Jonnie Belle H o 1 1 e y, 
Nathelle Openshaw, 
Jean Black, Rosa Mae 
Swainston, Shirley Nor- 
ris, aspirants to the 
Banyan throne. Left, 
Dr. Hales crowns queen 
Beth Zabrskie. 






261 




2. 



ueen 



-X mtr 



aJ 




When p>etite Colleen Page donned royal robes and crown 
to reign supreme at Y's Homecoming Day celebration, all B.Y.U. 
students were owed by her distinctive dark beauty. Sweet, 
charming, gracious is Colleen — indeed, every inch a queen. 



262 



PnejjS^^ Man 



V 





From the ranks of male members now on campus, B.Y.U. 
coeds singled out Don Snow as the most "Preferred Man" at the 
Y. Tall, broad-shouldered, and likable, Don accepted his crown 
with that characteristic quiet charm which has made him a pop- 
ular campus figure. 



263 



BoMuan 2i4een 




Agcdnst a backdrop of mirrors and velvet, petite and 
popular Beth Zobriskie ascended the steps to the throne 
to reign as Banyan Queen on the evening of March 15 at 
the annual Banyan Ball. Queenly in manner, poised and 
lovely, Miss Zabriskie was selected by balloting from a 
group of charming candidates. 



264 







Though only a freshman this year, brunette Clcdre Sioddard 
managed to obtain the coveted crown of Snow Queen at B.Y.U.'s 
annual Snow Carnival. The possessor of a lovely soprano voice, 
vivacious Clcdre also has a talent for meeting people. 



265 



cM&me Gcumna 




*.iu 



Behind the planning and prepara- 
tions for the first Homecoming Day in 
four years — the Committee; Moana 
Ballif, Barbara Bailey, Ariel Ballif, Jr., 
Verda Olsen, Zola Rae Law, Gordon 
Hawkins, and Meredith Hansen. 



266 



omma 




•M-^\- ■- 



Aspirants to the throne: Mary Callahan, Janis 
Madsen, Mary Rose Moloney, Barbara Pell, Col- 
leen Page, Jenna Vee Beck, Phyllis Jones, Ruth 
MacDonald, Ada Vee Webster, Ruth Hutchins, 
Connie Oborn, Joan Miller, Nita Jean Fullmer, 
Eloise Christensen, Geneil Eakins. One reigned 
as Queen of the Homecoming Day: Colleen Page. 



V^^^^^'^^r". 



,3 ■' 





267 



t 



Jicmte Gommcj, 





^- w 



^^ 









'^— 



^x. fe^*^ 



I 







XU.«LnJ\^V 




Militant bands marched on . . . 
smart and snappy or gracelul 
and decorative, float after float 
drifted by, as units and organ- 
izations vied for the outstanding 
exhibition of the annual Home- 
coming Parade. 



268 




cH-ome Gomma 




*% 



\ 



f>^ 
















^l' / 



Prtf 




mj m/ It 






Ms- 




Where can one find so many 
beautiful girls, be they major- 
ettes, ski enthusiasts, or gorge- 
ous maids? I'll tell you — the 
Homecoming Parade. Let us not 
forget, however, those gallant 
men who continue on in the 
minority. 





i<yjr 









269 



Pnelen-e^d^ce Bali 



Surrounded by ad- 
miring co-eds, Don 
Snow, center below, 
reigned as the "most 
preferred" date on the 
campus in February on 
the occasion of the Pre- 
ference Ball, sponsored 
by the A.W.S. Sharing 
honors as the next most 
preferred dates were 
Joe Weight, left below, 
and Harvey Black, right 
below. 

Committee members, 
left to right, are: June 
Smith, Joyce Whiting, 
Zola Rae Law, Morjorie 
Hart, Mirian Jones, 
Merideth Hansen, Viv- 
i a n Hoyt — chairman, 
Margaret Friday, seat- 
ed. 




270 




lacm ^umi 

Committee members 
Paul Thompson, Joan 
Spratley, and Junior 
Childs, at upper left, are 
pictured awaiting the 
throng of students bent-on 
purchasing tickets for the 
Sophomore Loon Fund 
Ball held during the latter 
port of fall quarter. Lifted 
right out of "Arabian 
Nights" are King Pardoe 
and his harem shown re- 
laxing below during in- 
termission. All of the pro- 
ceeds from the Ball this 
year were donated to the 
Student Union drive. 




271 



Chatting about the suc- 
cess of the Junior Prom are 
Junior Class Officers Bar- 
bara Bailey, Taylor Rey- 
nolds and Marion Jones 
with Junior Prom Chair- 
man Grant Ash. 




Committee members 
Kay Morris, Vivian Hoyt, 
Marvel Murphy and Kay 
Young confer upon last 
minute details for the Jun- 
ior Prom assembly. 



272 




273 





274 




275 




Tvpical of students everywhere, B.Y.U. 
students are always eager when they 
hear the cry, "Let's eat." At center and 
below are candid shots represervtative of 
cafeteria line-ups which usually stretch 
the entire length of the Smith Building 
hall. 



276 



Med. O^ke 




Here, Miss Eunice 
Brough, registered 
nurse, right, "doctors" 
a cut finger of a stu- 
dent with the assis- 
tance of Jean Ander- 
son, receptionist. The 
Student Health Cen- 
ter located on the 
lower campus, treats 
minor ailments and 
supplies emergency 
medical aid. 



Though pressed by 
increased student de- 
mand, the Student 
Supply, under the di- 
rection o f Neil Mc- 
Knight, rallied to dis- 
tribute supplies ade- 
quately to veterans 
and regular students 
alike. 



^tude^ Sufyfdu 




111 



Academic Pu^i6Miii 




278 



Acade^mic PuMudd^ 




^«h' • -^ _»i~ >aiB— m-^-m ^,— !!■ 




279 



Accule^iuc PidMuiyU 




280 



Academic PundmU 




281 




^ 



' / 



n 





Wagner, Bach, Beethoven, Verdi, Chopin, 
Debussy, and Gershwin — we've thrilled to 
hear their music and that of others perform- 
ed by many of the artists who appeared 
throughout the year on our lyceum series. 
Some of these were the Columbia Grand 
Opera Quartet; Egon Petri, pianist; Isaac 
Stern, violinist; and Helen Traubel, famed 
soprano of the Metropolitan Opera. 



282 



/, 



ucew4i 





"'^1^ 





Other artists of the celebrated group in- 
cluded Eleanor Steber, Metropolitan Opera 
soprano; the Britt string trio; Malcuzynski, 
pianist; and Ethel Bartlett and Rae Robert- 
son, two-piano team. Fortunate indeed ore 
we of the Y to have such persons appear 
before us. And may we here extend our 

thanks and our congratulations to Dean 
Herald R. Clark for his superb work as 
chairman of the lyceum committee. 



283 



^m^it Week 




OOA 



^nMA kJeJ^ 




.iw-ji^:- 1^ 




And what if they do 
look funny? It's Frosh 
Week at B.Y.U. With the 
traditional skull caps of 
blue and white, and the 
"whiskers" of the Cou- 
gar, the Freshman Class 
appeared upon the 
Campus, and willingly 
submitted to "Ship" 
Snow's initiations to 
make them collegiate 
guys and gals. 




285 



AdAemsliM 



^-j(^*' 




Student body officers, above, go 
rural as they reproduce scenes 
from "Old MacDonald's Farm". 



y^^ ^%^' 



Shown above and at right are 
Knight Hall exhibiting their ample 
supply of "doll" on a Thursady 
assembly. 




286 




There've been assemblies, 
and then there've been other 
assemblies here at B.Y.U. We 
remember them for various 
reasons. Let us recall for you 
the Junior Prom assembly . . . 
in the mystic isle of Fantasia, 
Floyd Weed crooned delight- 
ful lyrics to (we think) Deaun 
Moulton who accompanied 
him at the piano. And we lis- 
tened, too, to the haunting 
song "Blue Indigo~ as sung 
by Marvel Murphy, Edie Jen- 
sen and Vivian Hoyt. 



Did you see Johnny 
Esquire do that rhumba 
step with the two lovely 
senioritas in the Esquire 
Review? Ah, yes, I see 
you did. Then you know 
that we saw again an 
assembly reminiscent of 
pre-war days filled with 
sparkle, interest, an abun- 
dance of feminine pulchri- 
tude and lots of talent, 
ably directed by Stan 
Gwilliams. 





287 




288 



— -^ 



V 




An attempt to push on-campus 
donations to the Student Union 
Drive was made during winter 
quarter, with a goal of three dol- 
lars per student. At upper left, 
students ore pictured selling 
chances on sweaters raffled at 
a special matinee dance. Shown 
at center are contributors, mak- 
ing wishes before the wishing 
well constructed by Val Norn 
Social Unit. The thermometer 
used for gauging contributions 
is shown at lower right. 



■hfjoo 




289 



/ 



QupAu Ba/ixm 




Johann Strauss GYPSY 
BARON, enjoying a color- 
ful two-night run at the 
Paramount Theater, was 
presented to large Provo 
audiences mid - Winter 
Quarter. This popular 
operetta was produced 
entirely by students of the 
University to increase the 
funds for the erection of 
the Student Memorial 
Union Buildinrr 



290 



Ma^ Q^iaS 



.v> . 



I 



/ 



tci 


* li V 


|f^ 






•^^ 


r- 


> 


WL 






f 



With Winter Quarter final exams over, students 
and faculty donned costumes, as colorful as the rain- 
bow and more varied than members at a United 
Nations meeting, to join in the gaiety of the picturesque 
Mardi Gras sponsored by the French Qub, known as 
Le Circle Francois. Confetti, balloons, popcorn and 
candied apples added festive air as poet and peasant, 
maharaja and chorus girl danced together. Most- 
unusual-costume prize went to the inactive volcano of 
the Tausig Invitations who found his mate, became 
active, then came to the Mardi Gras. Among the 
multifarious garb worn by the dancers were several 
elaborate and authentic costumes brought from foreign 
shores by returning servicemen. 




291 




Indulging in a few last minute 
laughs before going on the air 
ore Dewain Silvester and Sher- 
man Boyd, upper right, co-direc- 
tors of College Varieties, weekly 
radio broadcast over KOVO. As 
Ray Nusink, "control man," 
lower right, gives the signal to 
go on the air, another fifteen 
minutes with Varieties begins. 



i 



292 




K. n.y.u 



Officers: Reed Powell, Vice- 
President; Lester Card, President; 
Rita Clement, Secretary. 

Center: Members of the Inter- 
collegiate Broadcasting System 
Radio Club who ore behind Sta- 
tion KBYU. 

Bottom: Those who give us the 
news of the day — the announcers. 




Twice daily, at noontime and 
under the direction of the Radio 
Club, presents to a limited area 
in the evening, Station KBYU, 
adjacent to the University cam- 
pus, foreign and national news 
spiced with local campus news 
with interludes of light classical 
and popular music. As a mem- 
ber of the Intercollegiate Broad- 
casting System, KBYU was in- 
augurated on March 15, and 
provides practical experience to 
the large production staff. 



293 



l/j-'^(Ul 




tAih-^^^ 



•O- 








294 



Pie HiMt 




Blueberry, apple, 
lemon or apricot — 
you name your fav- 
orite kind of pie, 
and then you eat it. 
That was the pleas- 
ure of those who 
participated in the 
Pie Bust sponsored 
by the Associated 
Men Students. 
Champion pie - eat- 
er goes to Ardean 
Watts, upper right 



295 



^ 







296 



.10^' 







#ii: . ^ iL^ 




297 




,..^<vV^/X-..^^''''^ W ELV REA\.V.V, CLARENCE, ONE 
WOOLW 1«\NK. ^■OV) HAD NtN/ER. SEEN A ^«AC\<,tR ViVl 




( 



• / 



ALl. VEflR, THM »C 
WAS \\\TTlN<j TH^T ' 
DROKN TOO HA»>T1 



M 





YEAH, RUT SHE IS A VAL NORN AND THEY 
5TlL\. PUCKER. WHEN THEY K.\SS I 



29g 




299 



DIC»^ &RAUAIW\ 




LovEL>' K'^Kiw'K J-, who"wowed' 

THE ASSE^^BLY WITH T^HE AN- 

NOuNce^^ENT tmm T-ttE "danaes 

CLUe>" WAS POR, AUt MARR\eC) 
WOMEN OR. ALL HUSRANDS WIVES 
WHO WERE ON THE CArA?VJS/ 





R6AILY, MARCj, there ARE TWO SCHOOLS OF THOT Okl THll 
PLATONIC BUSINCSS! 






A/VWWvw-- 




m-m-m t|c5, I can mcxkc Ker disappear b<^T ^Ky r 



300 




e- V o c u 







^;*MOST HAVE OOT NW SOLUTION WB,ON& . . . 




N6, hOHT, |\a W^IT(V(rroi??i'I^2v2t^STO 



C*ttcK Mr Owr / 



'V 



301 




302 




303 




HOTEL ROBERTS 



MARK ANDERSON 
ED BURTON 



Provo. Utah 



COOPERATION WINS 




Provo City Officials value the important role B.Y.U. and its 
students play in our community and civic life. 



PROVO CITY COMMISSION 



M. H. Graham Printing Company 



COMMERCIAL PRINTERS 



PUBLISHERS 



LOOSE LEAF DEVICES 

"PRINTING THAT 

SCORES" 



Phone 285 



30 South First West 



Provo. Utah 



B. Y. U. STUDENTS 



Are Welcome 



AT 



TAYLOR BROS. CO. 

SINCE 1866 



. . . center for distinctive college 
clothes and complete furnishings 
for the home and family. 




305 








306 




A Bank, Tdd, Has a Shaf^in 




f 



1 :K^f ;!*«»•*'• 
Commencemenl is a great day in its mean- 
ing and signilicance ... (or it represents the 
closing of an old chapter and the beginning 
of a new. In those eventful college years that 
are now drawing to a close, this bank has 
been privileged to serve you in many ways 
... and as new opportunities unfold for you 
in the years ahead, banking will doubtless 
play an even more important part in your life 
and activities. In all your endeavors, however 
wide or varied, you will find this institution 
capable and willing to extend its financial 
9ssistance to whatever degree you may require. 



FIRST SECURITY BANK jQ 

., OF UTAH ^BVi 



MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM 

PROVO, UTAH 



307 



FACULTY INDEX 



Anderson, Dean A., 33, 162 
Alder, Lorna Call, 43 
Anderson, Dean A., 33, 162 
Andrus, J. Roman, 45 

B 

Ballif, Ariel S., 35, 184 
Ballif, Carma, 30 
Barlow, Irene S., 39, 171 
Bauer, Edith, 49 
Beck, Elden, 39, 174 
Bennion, Adam S., 28 
Billings, May, 39, 171 
Birrell, Verla, 41 
Bissell, Harold J., 49 
Booth, Lillian C, 34 
Booth, Luois W., 41, 249, 251 
Booth, Thornton Y., 47 
Bowen', Albert E., 28 
Boyle, William H., 33 
Britsch, Ralph A., 35 
Broadbent, Thomas L., 35 
B.ough, Eunice, 45, 277 
Bryner, Loren C, 35 
Buggart, Gustave, 45, 251 
Butt, Newburn I., 41 



Callis, Charles A., 28 
Carroll, Elsie C, 37 
Castle, Elias, 49 
Cheney, Thomas, 47,246 
Christensen, Harold T., 39, 1£ 
Christensen, Herbert K., 49 
"hristensne. Parley A., 33 
Clark, Herald R., 36 
Clark, J. Reuben, 28 
Clrak, J. Reuben III, 39, 181 
Clarke, A. John, 45 
dinger, Morris, 45 
Crandall, Lars, 47 
Crowton, David, 47 
CuUimore, Lloyd, C, 37 
Cummings, Benjamin F., 33 



de long, Gerrit, 42, 185, 186, 251 



Dixon, Fred W., 41, 135, 138 



Ensign, Lois, 41 
Eyring, Carl F., 38 



Fisher, Flora, 49 



Geertson, O. Norman, 43 
Gibbs, Jack R., 41 



Haggerty, Charles, 43 
Halliday, John R., 37, 248 
Hales, Wayne B., 33, 261 
Hammond, May C 43 
Hansen, George, 33 
Hansen, William F., 45 
Harris, Margaret O., 37, 171, 183 
Harrison, Bertrand F., 33 
Hart, Anna B., 39 
Hart, Charles J., 39, 145 
Hawker, Alton, 41 
Hayes, John E., 31 
Haymore, Franklin R., 45 
Hay ward, C. Lynn, 35, 174 
Holbrook, Leona, 41, 148 
Hoyt, Harrison Vol, 35 

I 

Jackson, Elda, 47 
Jakeman, M. Wells, 49 
Jensen, C. Lavoir, 45 
Jensen, Christen, 40 

K 

Kimball, Edwin R., 35, 135, 136, 13' 
Kirkham, Mary, 47, 171 
Knight, Hattie, 41 



Lewis, George, 49 
Lloyd, Wesley P., 32 

M 

Madsen, Florence J., 35 
Madsen, Franklin, 33, 252 
Moeser, Georgia, 45 
Marshall, Milton, 37 
Martin, Thomas L., 46 
Maw, Charles E., 33 
Merrill, Amos N., 48 
Merrill, Joseph F., 28 
Miller, Elmer, 35 
Miller, Karl, 47 
Millet, noyd, 37, 128, 135 
Morley, Alonzo j., 35, 260 
Morton, Ermel J., 43 

Mc 
McAllister, J. W., 43 
McDonald, Howard S., 25 
McKay, David O., 28 

N 

Nelson, Elmer, 41 
Nichols, Joseph K,, 39 



OUerton, Anna, 43 

P 

Packard, Hannah, 43 
Pardee, Kathrine, 49 
Pardee, T. Earl, 37, 271 
Peterson, Dean, 41 
Peterson, Hermese, 35 
Peterson, Hugh W., 33 
Poulson, Wilford, 33 



Lambert, Asael C, 44 
Larsen, Bent F., 37 
Law, Reuben D., 45 
Lee, Harold W., 41, 193 



'Reid, Dorthea, 47, 171 
Reimschiissel, Ernest, 49 
Rice, William Leonard, 39 
Rich, Naomi, 43 
Richards, Grant S., 49 
Richards, Stephen L., 28 
Richardson, Beth, 45 
Robertson, Leroy J., 250 
Rogers, Max, 49, 186 



Romney, Antoine K., 47 
Rowe, Ed. M., 35 

S 

Sandberg, Lucille, 45, 178, 249, 251 
Sanders, Norma, 47 
Sauls, Kiefer B , 28, 30 
Sessions, J. Wyley, 50 
Smith, Joseph Fielding, 28 
Smith, Oliver, 39, 168, 247 
Snell, Morris, 43 
Snow, William J., 33 
Soffe, Wayne, 135, 137 
Sparks, LeRoy, 43 
Spencer, Lucille, 47, 173 
Sperry, Sidney B., 37, 50 
Stucki, Anna, 43 
Summerhoys, Margaret, 47 
Swenson, John C, 33, 184 
Swenson, Russel, 37, 50, 199 



Tanner, Orea B., 39 
Tanner, Vasco M., 174 
Taylor, J. Golden, 45 
Taylor, Lynn, 43 
Tuttle, L. Elliot, 47 

U 

Ungerman, Ralph, 37 

V 
Valentine, Lee Bensen, 39 

W 

Wallace, M. D., 39, 182, 202 
Warnick, Effie, 37, 171 
Waterstradt, Jean Anne, 49 
West, Franklin L., 28 
Widtsoe, John A , 28 
Wing, John H., 35 
Woolf, Golden L, 41 



Young, Karl E., 37 



STUDENT INDEX 



Abbott, Cecil, 110, 122 
Abbott, Fielding, 136, 137, 223 
Abegg, Norma, 114, 249 
Able, James, 93, 180, 208 
Able, Vera, 208 
Abplcmolp, Joyce, 107, 195, 249 
Adams, Alma, 182 
Adams, Ardis, 107, 212 
Adams, Barbara, 110, 253 
Adams, Beverly, 114, 196, 249, 251 
Adams, Deoun, 91, 211 
Adams, Emma Jean, 196 
Adams, Garth Earl, 121 
Adams, Georganna, 77, 198, 225 
Adams, Jean, 110, 215, 243 
Adams, Laurine, 109 
Adams, Paul, 89 



Adams, Rufh W., 159, 166 
Adamson, Mary Louise, 110 
Adamson, Dewey, 253 
Addy, George, 99 
Adkins, Laura, 115, 212 
Aguirre, J. Manuel, 115 
Aiken, George, 123, 196 
Aldrich, Marian, 80 
Allen, Carling, 78, 253 
Allen, Merrill, 253 
Allen, Shirley, 110 
AUman, Veri, 180, 194, 206 
Allred, Charles, 89 
Allred, Chase, 138 
Allred, Elaine, 98, 253 
Aired, Keith, 123, 197 
Allred, Marie, 116, 211 
Allred, Maurine, 96, 197, 253 



Allred, Olga, 82, 253 
Allred, Richine, 114 
Anderson, Almina, 108, 193, 253 
Anderson, Andrew, 137 
Anderson, Betty Lou, 82, 179, 207 
Anderson, Clara, 78, 171, 210 
Anderson, Dona, 110, 194 
Anderson, Dewcryne, 165, 175 
Anderson, Elaine, 69, 227 
Anderson, Elvon, 97 
Anderson, Fawn, 105 
Anderson, George, 123 
Anderson, Helen, 167, 231 
Anderson, Jean, 79, 159, 180, 181, 

211, 235, 242, 243, 244, 245, 

260, 277 
Anderson, John, 93, 164, 178, 220, 

249 



Anderson, Kay, 123, 222 
Anderson, Keith- P., 71 
Anderson, Margaret, 88, 227 
Anderson, Marjroie, 80, 228, 242, 

243 
Anderson, Mario, 108, 190 
Anderson, Martha, 121, 253 
Andersno, Moselle, 116 
Anderson, Phyllis, 97 
Andersno, Rita, 99 
Anderson, Robert, 253 
Anderson, Thiele, 97, 225 
Anderson, William C, 103 
Andrus, Marie, 188, 233 
Andrew, Clyde, 185 
Argyle, Betty, 107 



309 



Argyle, Lenora, 121 
Armstrong, Gay, 78, 210 
Armstrong, Jeannette, 105 
Ash, Grant, 82, 162, 216, 272 
Ashley, Edith, 115 
Ashworth, Ellen, 76, 163, 234, 237 
Ashworth, Gayle, 81, 228, 253 
Askea, Dorothy, 110 
Askin, Dorothy, 213 
Astin, Nila, 214 
Astin, Marian, 97, 253 
Atkerson, Mary Lee, 79, 184, 235, 

243 
Ault, Virginia, 78, 150, 211, 228 
Austin, Iris, 115 
Avery, Chad, 208 
Avery, Virginia, 208 
Ayers, Alama, 67, 150, 151, 174, 

194 



B 



Babbel, Olea, 72, 174, 210 
Babbel, Pearl, 97, 149, 210 
Babbel, Vera, 80, 181, 188, 210, 

246 ■ 
Backman, Beverly, 253 
Baer, Joann, 107, 188 
Baggs, Kent, 75, 169, 222 
Bagley, Jeanne, 112 
Bailer, Virginia, 253 
Bailey, Ann, 95, 158, 167, 230 
Bailey, Annette, 97, 232 
Bailey, Barbara, 76, 79, 150, 158, 

171 230 272 
Bailey, Betty, 98, 167, 194, 210, 

226, 242, 243 
Bailey, Bryce, 80, 128, 220 
Bailey, Maynard, 134 
Bailey, Lillian Fae, 108, 249 
Baird, Beth, 108, 200 
Baird, Marilyn, 105 
Baistle, Herbert J., 187 
Balle, Bob LeRoy, 122 
Ballif, Ariel Jr., 54, 86, 89, 176, 

220 249 251 
Ballif, George, 102, 103, 165, 217, 

243 319 
Ballif, Moana, 105, 234, 244, 260 
Ballou, Richard, 178, 221 
Bamgartner, Lula Belle, 95, 190 

225 
Bangerter, Glenith, 91 
Bangerter, Pauline, 110, 214 
. Barber, Robert, 9, 165, 186, 219 
Barclay, Janet, 80, 174, 186, 211 
Barg, Marian, 209 
Barker, Joe V., 169 
Barker, Melba, 75, 209 
Barker, Robert, 66, 196 
Barlow, Francis, 80 
Barlow, Marjorie, 87, 215, 229 
Barnes, Phyllis, 75, 251, 258 
Barney, Delbert, 62 
Barrett, Audrey, 113 
Barret, Larence, 75, 186, 249 
Barton, Carol, 115 
Barton, Francis, 113 
Bateman, Dean, 121, 165 
Bateman, Gwen, 228 
Bateman, Lorna, 116 
Bateman, Maurice, 121, 165 
Bates, Velma, 71, 192 
Bautista, Marguerita, 88, 185, 236 
Bean, Donna, 95 
Bean, Barbara, 104, 190, 212 
Beard, Marjorie, 114, 186 
Beatty, Florence, 68, 196, 236 
Beck Carole, 78, 235 
Beck, Jenna Vee, 88, 167, 179, 184, 
187, 226, 249 



Beck, Kenneth, 93, 165, 168, 187, 

217 
Beckman, Melba, 66, 171, 188, 228 
Beckstead, Bob, 122, 187, 190, 201 
Beckstrom, Ted, 116 
Beeston, Joseph, S2 
Beffort, Eva, 105 
Beglin, William, 93 
Behunin, Wm. Clyde, 69, 195, 244, 

245 
Bell, Beula, 95, 214 
Bell, Verla, 116, 201 
Belnap, West, 70, 162, 168, 195 
Bement, Russell, 121 
Bennett, Albert, 182 
Bennett, Beth, 187 
Bennett, Emma, 81, 198 
Bennett, Joy, 76, 196, 214 
Bennett, June, 76, 196, 214 
Bennion, Dorothy, 121 246 
Bennion, Eleanor, 98, 207, 249 
Bennion, Joyce, 116 
Benson. Reed, 54, 102, 165, 175, 

176, 206 
Bentley, Gladys, 114 
Bentwet, Elaine, 115, 253 
Bergen, Karl, 253 
Berlin, Elliot, 186 
Berrett, Eleanore, 95, 209 
Berry, June, 77, 186, 211 
Berry, Mary Alice, 121 
Bestelmeyer, Lois, 123 
Bezzant, Matthew, 219 
Bieler, Virginia, 106 
Billings, Hannah, 82, 197 
Bingham, Clive, 223 
Bingham, Donna, 110, 253 
Bingham, Owen, 251 
Bingham, Vera, 116 
Bird, Arus, 82 
Bird, Barbara, 226 
Bird, Beverly, 92, 229 
Bird, Genevieve, 212, 227 
Bird, George, 68 
Bird, Josephine, 65 
Bird, Kathleen N., 71, 215 
Bird, Leora C, 66, 173 
Bird, Marion, 108, 151 
Bird, Virginia, 87, 158, 253 
Bitter, Eldon, 123, 186, 253 
Bja nson. Max, 137 
Bjarnson, Reeda, 99, 187 
Black, Alma June, 116, 195 
Black, Clair, 77, 82 
Black, Clarence S., 103 
Black, Harvey, 77, 221, 270 
Black, Jean, 108, 211, 261 
Blake, Beulah, 82, 196, 214 
Blake, Helen, 114 
Bliss, Bruce, 198 
Bliss, Renee, 93, 225 
Boardman, Beverly, 231 
Boberg, Jackie, 97, 209 
Bodily, Del Roy, 111 
Bodily, Marilyn, 108 
Boig, Robert, 92 
Bond, Marion, 93, 115, 209, 228 
Bond, Merla, 70, 173, 207 
Bond, Twila, 97, 211 
Bone, Befty Lou, 114 
Booth, Bob, 318 
Booth, Lucille, 81, 159, 163, 187, 

235, 258 
Booth, Sterling, 121 
Borgeson^ Clara, 249 • 
Borgeson, LaVina, 106, 178, 249, 

251 ' ■ ' 

Baun, Joy B., 187 
Bowden, Polly, 192 ■ 
Bo wen', Afton, 106 



Bowen, Ellen, 114, 187, 212, 234 
Bowes, Betty, 104, 110 
Bowes, Kay, 110 
Bowman, Jack, 115, 249 
Boyack, Elnora, 70, 163, 171, 176, 

210, 226 
Boyack, Jeanne, 121 
Boyack, Phyllis, 88 
Boyd, Sherman, 122, 186, 292 
Boyer, Barbara, 122, 186 
Boyer, Leah, 97, 253 
Boyle, Norma, 104, 230 
Bradford, Gordon, 162 
Bradley, James, 97, 169, 186, 195 
Bradshcrw, Lillian, 114 
Bradshaw, Rawl, 112 
Brady, Beverly, 151 
Brady, Fern, 112 
Brady, Stanley, 88 
Brailsford, Bette, 123, 230 
Breinholt, Herbert C , 62 
Brewer, Courtney, 109, 168, 186, 

195, 218 
Brewer, Harold, 186 
Bridge, Billie, 106, 213 
Bridges, Charlotte, 69, 180 
Briggs, Faye 96 226 
Briggs Helen, 110 
Bright, Edythe, 93, 167, 187, 200, 

214, 227, 242, 243 
Brimhall, Darlene, 108 
Brimhall, Creed, 66, 176, 222, 237 
Brimhall, Don S., 68, 136, 137, 219 
Brimhall, Louise, 251 
Brimhall, Richard, 122 
Brimhall, Victor, 156, 157, 187, 216 
Brimley, Inez, 185, 207 
Brienholt, H. C, 188 
Brinkerhoff, Donna, 112 
Broadbent, Kama, 108, 209 
Brockbank, Anne, 88, 232, 247 
Brockbank, Carol, 108, 187 
Broderick, Clara, 183, 195, 215 
Brooksby, Myrtle, 114 
Brooksley, Velta, 104 
Brooner, Jean, 106 
Brough, Sharmene, 108, 249 
Brough, Sheila, 89 
Brower, Leona, 110, 253 
Brower, Lucy Dawn, 104 
Brown, Barbara, 115 
Brown, Belva, 112, 253 
Brown, Betty, 112, 187 
Brown, Buster, 192 
Brown, Carolyn, 112 
Brown, Dayle, 208 
Brown, Doug, 221 
Brown, Delos, 222 
Brown, Ellsworth, 70, 157, 162, 208 
Brown, Helen, 90, 202, 213 
Brown, Ilene, 115, 200, 253 
Brown, Kathleen, 187 
Brown', Lou Anne, 87, 249 
Brown, Louine, 88, 192, 209, 253 
Brown, Pauline, 95, 186, 249 
Brown, Polly, 99 
Brown, Rulan, 110 
Bruderer, Wilford L., 169 
Brown, Virginia, 121, 209 
Brown, Ruth, 107 
Brunson, Marilyn, 62 
Buchanan, Ann H., 71 
Buchanan, Dwain, 95 
Buchanan, Hayle, 103, 195 
Buchanan, Nolo, 112 
Buchman, Beverly, 114 
Buchmiller, Carol, 81, 251 
Buchmiller, Faye, 212, 244 
Buchmiller, Karl, 122, 168, 200 
Buckley, Nadine, 103 



Buckner, LaMar E., 65, 208, 222, 

260 
Buckner, Melba, 82, 208 
Budge, Iva Lou, 106, 201, 214 
Budge, Lou Jean', 110, 201 
Buehler, Herman, 115 
Buell, Lucille, 95, 207 
Bailer, Mickey, 109 
Bullock, Anna Jean, 71, 158, 163, 

187, 235, 251 
Bulow, Carol Ann, 110, 213 
Bunnell, Carol, Lee, 104 
Burbidge, Louise, 116, 213 
Burgan, Glade L., 103, 164 
Burgan, La Rae, 110 
Burgi, Ernest, 79, 259 
Burgin, Josephine, 112, 201 
Burgquist, Ralph, 180 
Burkey, James, 66 
Burkey, Naia, 81 
Burleigh, LeRoy, 78 
Burnham, Norma, 110, 183, 212 
Burnes, Jeane, 112, 213 
Burnett, LaMar, 91 
Burnside, Helen Mae, 115 
Burnside, Wesley, 188 
Burt, Janice, 98, 207 
Bushman, Grant, 79, 219 
Bushman, Morris, 168 
Bushman, Nellie, 69, 171, 204 
Bushman, Preston, 96 
Bushman, Sariah, 97, 185, 192, 209 
Bushnell, Fred, 114, 164, 217, 261 
Bushard, Don, 137 
Busterud, Doug, 138, 217 
Butler, Margaret, 98, 213 
Butler, Norine, 110, 186, 213, 249, 

253 
Bybee, Marie Dean, 106 
Bybee, Julia, 196 



Caldwell, Enid, 89, 179, 195, 229 

Calkins, Mary, 200 

Call, Bud, 107 

Call, Dean P., IDS, 137 

Call, Dove, 96, 185, 207 

Call, J, Harold, HI, 169, 175, 180, 

190, 195, 260 
Call, Joyce, 253 
Call, Lowell, 79 
Call, Shirley, 106, 195 
Calahan, Mary R,, 173, 235 
Callister, Colleen, 115, 188, 230 
Callister, Marilyn, 116 
Camenish, Lucille, 187, 253 
Cameron, Elliot, 137 
Canning, Lois, 208 
Canning, Roy, 62, 208, 244, 245 
Cannon, Elaine, 81, 171, 196, 227 
Canter, Glenda, 114 
Card, Aaron, 80, 249 
Card, John Lincoln, 114, 193 
Card, Lester, 81, 175, 293 
Cordon, Louis, 110, 180, 206, 260 
Carlson, Don Evans, 112 
Carlton', Lloyd R., 122 
Carroll, Leland, 98, 249, 251, 2S3 
Case, Gwen, 195 
Casper, Elaine, 110, 200 
Castillo, Esteban, 105 
Chaknias, Garefalia, 87 
Chambers, Max, 222 
Chcmbre, Clayton, 169 
Chandler, Samuel, 80, 169, 200, 

244 
Chandler, Thelma May, 103 ■ 
Chantrill, Clcryton, 75 
Chapman, Arthur, 62, 206 
Chapman, Ray, 122 



310 



Char, Jean', 90, 185, 194, 209 
Chavis, Don, 131 
Cheatham, Guenivere, 83 
Cheatham, Norma, 91 
Cherner, Mary, 196 
Child, Gordon, 251 
Child, Junior, 65, 216, 271 
Chipman, Parker, 80 
Christensen, Alro, 112 
Christensen, Anne, 87, 190, 207, 

229 
Christensen, Betty Rae, 115, 197, 

215 
Christensen, Donald, 90, 197 
Christensen, Dona Lou, 110, 188 
Christensen, Elayne, 80, 244, 245 
Christensen, Eloise, 98, 234 
Christensen, Gene, 116, 253 
Christensen, Homer, 78, 196, 198, 

219, 259 
Christensen, Jerry, 114 
Christensen, Lela, 225 
Christensen, Marian, 198, 232 



Cook, Noel, 251 

Cook, Phyllis, 89, 166, 230 

Coombs, Barbara, 179 

Coon, Ward, 253 

Cooper, James, 192 

Cooper, J, B., 112, 218 

Cooper, Nadine, 113 187, 235" 

Cottam, Margie, 80, 232 

Cottle, Betty Jean, 75, 210, 227 

Cottle, DaRue, 66, 163, 173, 176, 

210, 226 
Cowan, Darlene, 66, 210 
Cowan, Maurine, 67, 210 
Cowles, Marian, 82, 209, 253 
Cowley, Shirley, 97, 228 
Cox, Arlene, 98, 183 
Cox, Carl, 110 
Cox, Charles, 186 
Cox, Diantha, 76, 186 
Cox, Donald B , 72, 168, 197, 206 
Cram, Jean, 93, 215 
Crandall, Barbara, 91, 158, 192, 

227, 244, 245 



Christensen, Mary Ellen, 81, 150, Crandall, Beth, 71, 180, 184, 185, 

159, 163, 231 228, 260 

Christensen, Miriam, 114 Crandall, Kathryn, 114 

Christensen', Roberta, 114, 231, 26lCrandalI, Lilas, 187, 201, 211 
Christensen, Ross, 62, 184 Crandall, Twilla, 110 

Christensen, Shirlee, 97, 158, 167. Crane, Lorna, 70, 173 

184, 214, 232, 247 Cranney, La Rae, 112, 201, 212 

Christiansen, Ballard, 79, 249, 251, Craven, John A., 112 



Crawford, Jasper, 76, 174, 187, 196 
Crawford, Marian, 112, 213 
Creer, Anna, 253 
Critchfield, Bernie, 164, 187 
Critchlow, Patricia, 75, 186, 235, 

253 
Cromar, Bonnie Jean, 66, 68, 234 
Cromar, Jack, 95 
Croshaw, Billie, 106 
Crowther, Valea, 214, 229, 251 
Crum, George, 220 
Cullimore, Karma Jean, 52, 54, 71, 

163, 176, 234, 258 
Cummings, Carol, 112 
Cunningham, Morris, 90, 182, 187 
Cunningham, Shirley, 82, 173, 209 
Curtis, Delbert, 121, 169 
Curtis, Marie, 104 



253 
Christman, Albert, 110, 164 
Church, Evelyn, 122, 196 
Church, Woodrow, 69 
Clark, Betty, 93 
Clark, Carol, 116, 186 
Clark, Carol, 88, 183 
Clark, Clella, 95, 207, 253 
Clark, Donna, 112, 249 
Clark, Doris, 110, 183, 187 
Clark, Forrest, 108 
Clark, Jean, 96, 122, 187, 214, 229 
Clark, Joyce, 87 
Clark, Kay, 122, 200 
Clark, Lila, 253 
Clark, Margaret, 116, 212 
Clark, Marion, 97 
Clark; Marrial, 69, 171, 173, 234, 

244, 245 
Clark, Naomi, 99 
Clark, Owen, 253 
Clark, Phyllis, 70, 209, 229 
Clark, Vern, 107, 253 
Clawson, Truman, 112, 164, 217, 

243, 319 
Clay son, Gaylia, 122 
Clayton, Margaret, 78, 184, 187, 

253 
Clegg, Elaine, 108 
Clegg, Helen, 87, 187, 249, 251 
Clegg, Janet, 95 
Clegg, Lona Mae, 187, 200, 214 
Clement, Rita, 98, 158, 167, 185, 

227 293 
Cleverly, Donald, 98, 169 
Clifford, Louise, 123 
Clyde, Mary, 199, 212, 227 
Coffin, Ruth, 97, 211 
Colby, Maurine, 104 
CoUard, Carol, 78, 234, 247, 261 

CoUett, LaRae, 106, 194, 210, 226 r>™;, n " oa onn onr, 

Collings Mack, 112, 178, 221, 249 g^- ^Z'^rm' '°°' '°' 

Sl'lin:; Ka:'83','2 '■ ''' ^ [?/- '?2'2 123 

Combe, Charles, 92 R^]' vl.n ,1,70 

/-"„„„, „ , . n ,, ,,. „._ Uavis, Kenneth, 79 
Compton, Annie Rosella, 114, 249, pavis, Maxine, 108 

P„„j7r n=,,„ ,,. ,„ Davis, Pamela, 108, 190, 253 

Sonfey PrisTon D 107 R°^'^' ,^'^9'"'° '""-■ 'O^. 199 

Cook Dorothv lis ?% ^=^'^' ^°""'^ ^^'>^' 91' '94. 210 

L-ook, Dorothy, 115, 253 Dawson, Ruth, 107 



Dean, Leo, 80, 176, 186,249 

Dean, Roberta, 76 

Dearden, Ross L., 67 

Decker, Cleano, 104, 186 

Decker, Craig, 82, 222 

Delker, Lesley B., 104, 212 

DeGraff, J. W., 66, 162 

Demos, Margaret, 114, 231 

Denham, Ross, 169 

Denning, LaRae, 200, 253 

Devey, Don, 121, 164 

Dewsnup, Mavis, 95, 213, 224 

Dickson, Dorothy, 108, 187, 251 

Dickson, Josephine, 95, 224 

Dieu, Vernon, 70, 247 

Distefano, James W., 97 

Dixon, Gloria Mae, 108 

Dixon, Mary Lou, 83, 230 

Dixon, Melvin, 165, 222 

Dixon, Owen G., 71, 136, 137, 218 

Donnelly, Maxine, 104 

Doran, Lewis, 121 

Dbrney, Jean, 209 

Downard, Jo Dolan, 197 

Draper, Phyllis, 214, 251 

Drissell, Jeanne, 114, 227 

Drissell, Lorraine, 67, 229 

Duckett, Beverly, 104, 251 

Duckworth, Gertrude, 95, 167, 231 

Duke, Jean, 104 

Duke, Junius, 89, 137, 182, 201 

Duke, Lorena, 251 

Dunford, Meryl, 104 

Dunford, Rex, 219 

Dunkley, Francis, 114, 187, 211 

Durfee, Leila, 106 

Dyches, Winifred, 77, 187, 231 

Dyck, Walter, 81 

Dyer, William, 91, 247 



Dabling, Dick, 88, 133, 164, 223 
Dahl, Reed, 113, 193 
Dahlen, Ruth Marie, 114, 249 
Dolby, Glen, 251 
Dolby, Lois, 104 
Dalebout, Martin, 123 
Dalton, Ellen, 104, 212 
Dalton, Richard, 165 
Dance, Nadine, 104 > 
Dangerfield, Carol Davis, 103 
Dangerfield, Elaine, 106 
Daniels, Daisy Dean, 96, 226 
Daniels, Rex, 223 
Dankin, Raymond R., 112 
Darny, Jean, 104 
Davidson, Anna, 67, 174, 181, 207 
Davidson, Thelma, 92, 188, 211 
Davis, Albert, 62 
Davis, Barbara, 78, 226 
Davis, Clyde, 137 



Cook, Jay Leland, 114, 200 



Day, Robert, 197, 206, 220 



Earl, Connie, 114 

Eckersley, Hermaine, 114, 231 

Eder, Charlotte S,, 112, 185 

Edmunds, Patricia, 96 

Edward, Merlyn Helen, 103, 212, 

253 
Eggertsen, LaMarr, 260 
Elder, Dee, 123 
Elder, Reta, 121 
Eliason, Genevieve, 66, 173, 210, 

225 
EUertson, Donna, 78, 187, 249, 251 
Ellsworth, Myrna Lee, 112 
Ellsworth, Reid, 81 
EUswroth, Thyrle Edmond, 103 
Ellsworth, Winifred, 91, 166, 235 
Emmett, Myrtle, 104, 236 
Ence, Janice 113 
Ence, Joyce, 113 
England, Ruth, 72, 163, 227 
Ercanbrack, Ruth, 70, 235 
Erickson, Elaine, 106, 233 
Erickson, Willie, 81 
Escahedo, Margaret, 114 
Esplin, Ross, 196 
Evans, Bert, 121 
Evans, Donald, 80, 138, 216 
Evans, Glenn', 170 
Evans, Jean, 113 
Evans, Kenneth, 249 
Evans, La Rae, 98, 229 
Evans, Laura Jean, 121, 253 
Evans, Mae, 114, 212 
Evans, Marilouise, 106, 188, 212, 

242, 243 
Ewell, Barbara, 110, 253 
Eyring, Elaine, 108, 186, 231 



Facer, Donna, 123 
Facer, Keith, 93, 253 



Fagg, Carolyn, 150, 231, 244 
Fairbanks, Avilda, 108 
Farmer, Wanda, 123 
Farnsworth, Alberta, 87, 150 
Farnsworth, Barbara, 97, 183, 196, 

215 
Farnsworth, Shirley, 91, 214 
Farrer, Ro Dene, 112 
Fehlberg, Siegfried, 123 
Felix, La Zell, 110 
Felsch, George, 90, 176 
Felsch, June, 88, 214, 236 
Felt, Lygia, 253 
Fenton, Estelle, 116 
Ferre, Leo, 96 
Ferrin, Bernice, 122 
Fife, Ruth, 108 

Fillmore, Lorna Cowley, 110, 231 
Finch, Rose Mae, 110, 253 
Finlayson, Bonita, 108, 183 
Finlayson, Reece, 123, 198, 249 
Fischer, Hyrum, 253 
Fish, Beuna Rose, 108, 253 
Fisher, Fern, 107, 243 
Fisher, Vanda, 76 
Flanders, Ruth, 79, 199, 207 
Fleetwood, Jo Ellen, 108, 185 
Retcher, Elizabeth, 97, 214 
Flint, Jean, 110 
Follett, Dorothy, 98 
Folsom, Beatrice, 107, 193, 212 
Folsom, Lila, 110, 207, 251 
Foote, lown, 75, 225 
Ford, Rosemary, 110 
Forsey, Norma, 66, 173, 209 
Forsey, Richard G., 112, 165, 221 
Forsyth, Dick, 137 
Foster, Betty, 110 
France, Marleen, 106 
Francis, Delores, 90, 187. 193, 212 
Francis, Douglas, 90, 193 
Francis, Feme, 95, 194 
Francis, Rell G,, 89, 193, 251 
Frogley, Don, 95, 223 
Frost, Reed Leon, 206, 244 
Fullmer, Helen, 98 
Fullmer, Nita Jeanne, 78, 233 



Gaddie, Lola Jean, 69 
Gaestel, Herbert J., 106 
Gaisford, Elaine, 97, 187, 235, 244, 

245, 247, 249 
Galbraith, Betty, 251, 253 
Gammon, David R., 104 
Gardiner, John S. 68 
Gardner, Edward L. 62 
Gardner, Fred E., 178, 249 
Gardner, Glen, 175, 223 
Gardner, Lucille, 108 
Gardner, Niorian, 90, 159, 166, 173, 

210, 226, 251 
Gardner, Ruth, p8 
Garrett, Alma, 133 
Garrett, Udene, 110, 228 
Garrick, Donna Ann, 114, 214, 225 
Garther, Ameryllis, 110 
Gary, Kenneth, 116 
George, Scott, 219 
Gerrard, Betty, l08, 183, 253 
Geshian, Lola, 77 
Gibson, Carl, 185 
Gibson, Clarice Ellen, 106 
Gibson, Kathleen, 104 
Gilbert, La Dean', 108 
Gillespie, Horace, 137 
Gillespie, Melba, 91 
Gillette, Morjorie, 213, 253 
Ginn, Morcein, 98, 150, 231 
Giroux, Fabian, 81, 195, 199, 244 
Glazier, Eileen, 107, 230 
Gleove, Rcry, 80 



31 



Gleave, Shirley Ann, 65 

Goates, Glenda, 213 

Gocrtes, Nayne, 253 

Goales, Rhoda May, 67, 163, 171, 

176, 227 
Golbraith, Betty lean, 108 
Goodall, Charles, 219 
Gorden, Earl, 251 
Goulding, Lovar, 123 
Gourley, Carlyle,- 137 
Gourley, Dick, 182 
Graden, Alice, 115 
Graehl, Norma, 235 
Graham, Ashley, 114, 180, 182, 190 
Graham, Dick, 217, 244, 245 
Graham, Floyd, 78, 134 
Graham, La Vaun, 193 
Graham, Mildred, 108 
Graham, Russell, 66, 162, 170, 222, 

242, 243, 244, 245 
Graham, Shirley, 104 
Grant, Myrt, 123 
Gray, Arlene. 104 '87 
Gray, Dean, 165, 223 
Gray, Earl, 123 
Green, Gerry, 231 
Green, Louise, 80, 209 
Green, Vivian, 78, 253 
Greenhalgh, Clark, 130, 220 
Greenhaw, Marcia, 65, 163, 176, 

226, 237 
Greenwood, Bob, 137, 220 
Greenwood, Calvin, 104 
Greenwood, Gene, 164 
Greer, June, 114, 231 
Grifin, Lewis, 107, 187 
Griffin, Lois, 174 
Griffin, Maurine, 200 
Griffith, Lona June, 107, 249 
Griggs, Ronald, 104, 221, 249 
Grimmett, Ann. 253 
Griner, Verda, 97 
Grippe, Ronald, 165 
Groneman, Gloria, 97 
Gross, Evelin, 90 
Gubler, Con, 81, 196 
Guild, Roberta, 95, 183 
Gunn, Harold, 137 
Guthrie, Charmaine, 116, 209 
Gwilliam, Doris, 89, 187, 210 
Gwilliam, Jennie, 93, 232 
Gwilliam, Ray, 12' 242, 319 
Gwilliam, Stan, 287 
Gwynn, Gwendolyn, 104, 233 

H 

Hackina, Venna. 112 
Hafen, Joseph, 93 
Haferi, Mary, 89, 197, 224 
H^en, Mavis, 76, 163, 235, 244, 

245 247 , 
Hair, Kay, 113 
Halby, Elma, 113 
Hale, Norma, 105, 200 
Hale, Verda, 80, 215 
Hales, Aileen, 88, 158, 167, 187, 

235, 242 
Hales, Delbert, 62 
Hales, Lesley, 253 
Hales, Margaret, 163, 235 
Halladay, Edna, 105 
Halladay, Norma, 75 
Hall, Robert, 123 
Hall, James, 223 
Hall, Joyce, 186, 194 
Hall, LaVae, 111,211, 224 
Hall, Rex, 162 
Hales, Naomi, 244 
Hallett, Mary Jo, 111,215,253 
Halterman, Susan, 107 
Hancock, Bonnie, HI, 192, 207 
Hancock, Phyllis, 110, 215 



Hanks, Betty Jean, 110, 213 
Hanks, Joyce, 81, 148, 150, 151, 

224 
Hansen, Alice Amanda, 105, 253 

212 
Hansen, Barbara, 76, 103, 184, 233 
Hansen, Bonnie Narine, 103 
Hansen, Carma, 115, 253 
Hansen, Carol, 105, 198 
Hansen, Dean, 121 
Hansen', Earl, 116, 253 
Hansen, George, 258 
Hansen, Geraldine, 99 
Hansen, Gloria M., 105 
Hansen, Gordon, 182 
Hansen, Jo Ann, 112, 234 
Hansen, Joy, 96 
Hansen, Julie, 77, 180, 235 
Hansen, Lois Vida, 82, 110, 179, 

230 
Hansen, Meredith, 89, 109, 158, 

234, 270 
Hansen, Ross Delbert, 105 
Harding, Cleo, 96, 228 
Harding, Eldon, 87, 182 
Harding, Fred N, 169 
Harding, Max, 253 
Harding, Shiralee, 91, 234 
Hardy, Beverly, 87, 176, 187, 190, 

210, 226 
Hardy, Marie, 103, 200 
Harmon, Clarence J., 69, 138, 217 
Harmon, Mary, 88 
Harmon, Merrilyn, 231 
Harpe, Margaret, 113 
Harper, Denver C. 202 
Harper, Rudolph, 202 
Harris, Bernarr, 1 1 1 
Harris, Charlotte, 92, 149, 184, 190, 

234, 247 
Harris, Dorothy, 105 
Harris, Gene, 121, 253 
Harris, Jean, 198 
Harris, Joyce, 93 
Harris, Mary, 98, 195 
Harris, Melva M., 99,-103, 215 
Harris, Russell C, 70, 162 
Harris, VaLois, 98 
Harris, Virgil, 181, 200 
Harrison, Jack, 251 
Hart, Elaine, 230, 242, 243 
Hart, Karl E , 67 
Hart, Mctrjorie, 78, 149, 158, 235, 

270 
Hart, Opal, 109, 213, 236 
Hart, Quella, 71 
Hartshorn, Beth, 71, 253 
Harvey, Aneita, 109, 195 
Harvey, Eugene, 91, 182, 218 
Harvey, Marie, 96, 225 
Harward, Moyle, 218 
Haskell, Marilyn, 109, 253 
Haslem, Marie, 105, 195, 236, 249 
Haslem, Rhea, 77, 171, 195 
Hatch, Knute, 223, 244 
Hatch, Loy, 103, 175 
Hatch, Madelyn', 81, 150 151, 224, 

237 
Hatch, Robert, 123 
Haverfield, Carole, 111, 244, 245 
Howkes, Leah Belle, 76, 208 
Hawkes, Gordon, 92, 164, 217, 258 
Haycock, Joyce, 112, 178, 259 
Hayes, Betty, 112, 253 
Hay ward, Lloyd, 169 
Head, Conrad, 111, 187, 190 
Heatherly, Geraldine, 98, 150, 202, 

230 
Heatherly, Norma, 202 
Heder, Georgia, 103, 226 
Heileson, Barbara, 200, 209, 253 
Heindselman, Joan, 230, 253 



Heiner, Carol, 116, 253 
Heinerman, Barbara, 103 
Hemsley, La Rue, 121, 200, 209 
Henderson, Dorothy, 198 
Henderson, Georgg, 157 
Hendricks, Patricia, 116, 253 
Hendrix, Ludean, 112 
Heninger, Mary Lu, 231 
Henri, Gerald, 181 
Henseen, Rayola, 235 
Hepworth, lola Rae, 96 
Hepworth, Thola, 96, 180 
Herde, Myrna, 113 
Hernandez, Amelia, 187 
Hess, Kathrine, 79, 163, 234, 251 

258 
Hiatt, Gene, 68, 207, 253 
Hibbard, Dorla, 92, 149, 210 
Hickman, Helen, 77, 227, 244 
Higbee, Nellie, 77 
Higginson, Bonnie, 97, 201, 207 
Hill, La Velta C, 90 
Hilton, Carole, 82, 158, 163, 171, 

227 
Hilton, Dawn, 92, 183, 226 
Hinckley, Ella Rose, 113 
Hinckley, La Rue, 194, 242, 243 
Hindmarsh, Bonnie, 187 
Hirschi, Betty Jean, 201, 213 
Hirseln, Betty Jean, 103 
Hobbs, James, 80, 217 
Hofer, Helen, 103, 253 
Hogan, Meredith, 88 
Holdaway, Ruth, 116 



Hunter, Phyllis, 68, 171, 233 
Huntsman, Jay, 69, 182 
Hurst, Arvell, 113 
Hurst, Joan, 112, 183, 188, 212 
H\irst, Margie, 78, 186, 197, 207 
Husted, Florence, 183 
Hutchesori, Rita, 112 
Hutchings, Grace, 81 
Hutchings, Josephine, 97 
Hutchings, Margaret, 185, 188, 214 
Hutchins, Barbara, 67, 194, 207 
Hutchins, Ruth, 81, 194,204 
Hyatt, Norman, 95, 175, 195, 199, 

219 
Hyde, John T., 66, 138, 175 
Hyde, Marion, 80 



Ipson, Don, 220 
Irwin, Joanne, 103, 187 
Isaac, Dixon J. 66 
Isaac, lack, 87, 170 
Isom, Alton, 174, 196 
Itaya, Frank, 82 
Ivie, Donna Ruth, 103 
Ivins, Anthony H., 68, IE 



I 



Jackman, Elden, 104 
Jackman, Geraldine, 114, 253 
Jackson, Adell, 99 
Jackson, Elva, 76 
Jackson, Ernest B., 65 



Holley, Johnnie Belle, 68, 179, 202. Jackson, Ida Lee, 105, 202, 253 



215, 261 
Holm, Marna, 77, 200, 210 
Holman, Colleen, 112 
Holman, Maude, 190, 226 
Holt, Edna,'7fe, 148, 151, 229 
Holyoak, VerJean, 93, 187, 201 
Honey, Doris Jean, 105 
Hooper, Adelia, 103 
Hoopes, La Rue, 66, 173, 200, 209, 

229 
Hoover, Barbara, 115 
Hopkins, Marva, 103, 187, 201 
Herman, Marilyn, 110 
Horner, Velma, HI, 186, 212 
Houghton, Betty Lou, 89, 187 
Houston, Betty Jean, 96, 209 
Houston, Ray, 121 
Howard, Darlene, 96, 214 
Howe, Elliot, 82, 168 
Howell, Grace, 97, 211 
Howell, Maurine, 66, 179 
Howell, Virgil, 70, 168 
Howells, Tom, 105, 175 
Howes, Maxine, 227, 249 
Hoyt, Earl, 114 
Hoyt, Kenneth James, 116, 182 



Jacobsert, Fay, 96 

jacobsen, Waldo Evan, 108, 164, 

225 
Ja;nes, 11a Mae, 174, 186, 225 
Jameson, Beverly, 104, 181 
Janson, Frank, 123 
Jeffrey, Doris, 104, 200 
Jeffrey, Truman Wallace, 106, 164. 

175, 182, 198 
Jenkins, Muriel, 215 
Jennens, Shirley, 92, 158, 183, 199, 

215, 227, 242, 243 
Jensen, Agnes, 96, 158, 167, 235, 

249, 151 
Jensen, Beatrice, 92 
Jensen, Darlene, 105, 253 
Jensen, Donna, 197 
Jensen, Edrth, 91, 158, 227, 244, 

245, 259, 287 
Jensen, Elaine, 104 
Jensen, Glade, H4 
Jenseri, Janice, 122, 187 
Jensen, Jenna V., 106 
Jensen, John, 92, 176, 221 
Jensen, John, 87 
Jensen, Lois, 193 



Hoyt, Vivian, 82, 187, 244, 246, 251, Jensen, Lyravirie, 236 



259, 270, 272, 287 
Huber, Kathryn, 110, 195 
Huber, Rhea L., 112, 195 
Huf faker, Marjorie, 115, 186, 253 
Huish, Bill, 88, 222 
Huish, Norma Jean, 180, 230 
Hulet, William, 75, 181 
Hulihan, Dorothy, 103 
Hunsaker, Melvin, 123 
Hunsaker, Nydra, 89, 186, 234 
Hunt, Idanna Marie, 110 
Hunt, Ilia Claire, 109, 209, 253 
Hunt, Norman, 178 
Hunt, Verdell, 70, 192, 231 
Hunt, Wilbert R., 103 
Hunter, Blaine, 79 
Hunter, Carl, 206 
Hunter, Faye, 53, 54, 60, 176, 230, 

237 



Jensen, Vern, 92, 169 

Jensen, Vivian, 99 k 

Jensen, Warren, 165, 175, 182, 198 

Jeperson, Glena Mae, 106 

Jeppson, Earl F., 62 

Jepson, Dorothy, 97, 231, 251 

Jex, Loriri, 77 

Jex, Mary Ellen, 99 

Johanson, Kenneth, 253 

Johnson, Alene, 228 

Johnson, Beth, 190 

Johnson, Carma, 114, 236, 244, 245 

Johnson, Claire, 104, 233 

Johnson, Dale, 192 

Johnson', Deem, 110, 165, 182, 193, 

206 
Johnson, Farrell, 113, 182, 192 
Johnson, Glen, 218 
Johnson, Glena, LaMor, 113, 195 



Hunter, Frances, 87, 167, 231, 251 Johnson, Gwen,-214 



312 



Johnson, Imogene, 193, 212 Koyle, Blanche, 82, 224 

Johnson, Jeom, 104, 231 Krissman, Georgene, 106, 187, 251 

Johnson, La Vern, 115 Kroll, Mary, 251 

Johnson, Lois, 96, 183, 202, 215 Kuhni, Glade, 164, 221 

Johnson, Martin, 208 Kuinp, Garth, 111 

Johnson, Marva, 113, 253 

Johnson, Merle, 65, 207, 225, 244, !• 

245 
Johnson, Sheldon, 68, 157, 162, 170,^°°^^',^°^^ '«°"' ^6. 200, 214, 

176, 220, 237,243 , u d , u ,=. 

Johnson, Shirley, 90, 166, 183, 235, ^t^' r"'°^'ni 
253 Lake, Jerry, 209 

Johnson, Shirley, 116, 249 Lombourne, Carol, 107 

Johnson, Wilda, 123 Lombson, John C, 65 

Johnson, William, 223 Lamoreaux, Onen, 176, 182 

Jones, Arlene, 114,213 Lamprecht, Loretfa, 108 

■ /ones, Clifford, 1 05, 1 94 L°"^?J^"',?^^^'-'y' ^^' ' 66, 1 99, 

Jones, Ferron, 81 , f'^' ^^° , ,.. „,, 

Jones, Helen, 251 ■. }-°'"^^?'\ John 206. 244 

Jones, Jennie Bea, 93, 173, 201, 214}'°"^' n Iv, ,oo 

Jones, Keith, 90, 185, 221 \-°''^^: ^°'°^X' '22 

Jones, Marion, 76, 79, 159, 181, 1 87i'°"5ston, Gloria, 77 

226, 244, 245, 260, 270, 272 ,°^Z' ^"'^' , , , 

Jones, Mary Donna, 67, 211, 235, ^°''''"' "orence 111 

246 260 Larsen, Beverly Jean, 112, 121 

Jones, Maxine, 107 }-°^^^"' S^'fii,^^ 

Jones, Maxwell, 70, 178 ^^"' f")i ^37 

Jones, Myron, 121, 196 }-°^^"' ^° Nae 106, 251 

Jones, Nelma Jean, 109, 251 ^°!f "' [f^: ^°\„^ „„ 

Jones, Norma, 253 f'"^^^"' ^Tu"1ni°^' ^^^ 

Jones, Peggy, 106 ^°^=^"' ?"'*^' '08 „ 

Jones, Phyllis, 90, 1 59, 232 ^ZT:' IP r^^'' il^ono 

Jones, Ray, 76, 176, 179, 259 \Zl^' Sterlmg, 62 208 

Jorgensen. Eleanor, 69, 21 1 ^°!f "■ ^^''S'"'"' ' o^' ^32 

Jorgensen, Norma, 79 f-°""^"' ^°"'^°n^°8 

&er^H"ar^c:?d"^ll5°202 L^r.^E^tui, 78, 174, 214, 253 

J^o^ne'r! Ef,' 2 3'' '°' \--<^' %P^-' ^8 173, 207 

T,,iv,^,, n,,tv, bni Launtzer, Elva, 112 

Judd M<^garer89, 214, 242, 243 ^^^^^^'^^ ''--' ^^' '58. 166, 234, 

Jueschke. Eleanor, 103, 186, 199, ^a^J^^^^^^ j^^^,^„^_ jj2, 211. 213 

Jueschke, Elizabeth, 107, 187, 199, {"f""?;; ^^°^' ^^' onM°^^ 

212 Leavitt, Audrey, 90. 193 

Juper, Ruth, 180 LeBaron. Donald, 104 165, 193 

LeBarori, George, 169 

K LeBaron, George L, 169 

LeBaron, Louise, 98, 193, 236 

Kanipe, June, 91 Lee, Tom, 89, 228 

Kaufman, Pat, 87 Leigh, Marian, 67 

Kay. Eloise, 68 Lejana, Arlie. 114 

Keeler. Colleen, 187 Lewis, Alaire, 108, 213 

Keep, Shirley Blanche, 106 Lewis, Betty, 98, 226 

Keith. Beverly. 106, 235 Lewis, Coran C, 190 

Keller, Colleen, 233 Lewis, Dale W., 187 

Keller, Mar Rue, 108, 211 Lewis, Doran, 253 

Keller, Roy Abert, 112 Lewis, Erlene, 108 

Kellett, Jeanne, 88, 96, 211, 224 Lewis, J. Will., 91, 164, 219 

Kellogg, Elaine, 106, 212 Leyshon, Joan, 106 

Kendall, Kenneth, 122 Libke, Keith, 121 

Kent, Ellertson, 106 Lichfield, Afton, 211 

Kerr, Kathryn, 104, 212 Liechty, Ivan, 79 

Kesf, Robert, 76, 169 Liechty, Kenneth, 106 

Kiester, Polly. 82, 202 Liechty, Melba, 75 

Kimball, Frances, 106 Lindsay, Grace, 108 

Kimball, lone, 104, 235 Lindsay, Mary, 76, 201, 210 

Kimball, Reid, 103 Lindstrom, Evelyn, 68, 200 

Kimber, Ivy, 253 Lindstrom, Marjorie, 71, 229 

King, Alta Mae, 106 Lindstrom, Virgil, 121, 200 

King, Joseph S., 69 Little, Charles, 116, 130 

King, Kathleen, 89 Liftle, Lorraine, 121 

Kinghorn, Shirley, 200 Little, Marie, 112, 251 

Kingston, Marilynn, 76, 209, 253 Lloyd. Beverly C, 66, 230 

Kirk, Emmeline, 104 Lloyd, Charles, 123 

Kirkham, Jane, 69, 233 Lloyd, Deaun, 114, 253 

Kissell, Ivo, 69, 182, 207 Lofgreen, Verna Mae, 112 

Kitchen', lea Mae, 195 Logsdon. Betty. 79. 173. 185. 229 
Kizerian. Dorothy, 104, 212, 253 251 

Knell, James, 90, 222 Logsdon, James. 81, 182 

Knudsen. Arlene. 82, 171, 229 Long, Larina Carol, 108 

Kohler, Barbara, 90, 173, 186, 215, Longhurst, Herman, 69, 136. 137. 
242, 243, 251 219 



Love, William S., 69, 162, 216 Meservy, Don, 121 

Loveless, Estella, 253 Meservy, Joseph R., 62, 169 

Loveridge, Marliri, 187, 201 Micielson. Laurine. 78. 150, 151, 
Loveridge. Willard. 90 225 

Low. Philip. 162 Midgley, Ann, 105, 187, 244, 245 

Lowe, Howard, 62, 170 Miera, Alberto, 96, 137, 185 

Lowry, Sheldon, 67, 204 Mikkelson, Duane S., 70 

Ludlow, Kenneth, 88, 182 Miles, Beth, 195 

Ludlow, Priscilla, 87, 184, 232 Miles. Coy, 82, 156, 157, 162 

Lund, Elaine, 68, 184, 188 Millar. Marjorie. 103 

Lund. Helene, 112, 212 Millar, Phyllis, 99 

Lund. Mary. 99, 211 Miller, Betty Neva. 109. 211, 23S 

Lundell, Clyde, 218 Miller, Gwendolyn, 108 

Lundell, Joyce, 114 Miller, Joan, 115 

Lundell, Lillian, 112 Miller, LaWana, 88, 211, 225 
Lundquist, Kenneth, 182, 200, 249 Miller, Leone, 95, 253 

Lung, Verna, 109 Miller, Leron, 90, 193 

Lyman, James, 106, 165. 214 Miller, Lowell, 67, 174 

Lyman, Kaye, 82, 194, 210 Miller, Magdalene, 76 

Lyman, Opal 123, Miller, Mildred, 104, 235 

„ Miller, Veda, 88. 209 

** Millerburg, Renee, 111 

Mabey, Doug, 89, 164, 223 w-ll^I''-,;?^''';^'® "fJ™°"' '"^ 

MacDonald, Kyle, 116 ^' ^'■^^^"^' IL 

Macdonald, Ruth, 102, 1 12, 232 Jjf ^^ S^ , « , « 

MacDonald, Verla, 93, 196, 215 Y/ ' i?,^' ^^^aJ^^ 
Macfarlone, Welling, 76, 169, 249 wi"^''' |'™f ' '°2, 

Macintosh, Eileen, 251 ^1"^^' ^^^'V"' 80 

Mack, Reed. 259 J^l"^"-' "?^°'f,' "■ '^O 

Mackay, Clyde, 75, 187 ^l"^""' ^1'° ^''^n, 95 194 

MacKay, EUert, 104 '^'"?';',^°7 ^^.^' ^^' ^^^' ^^^' 

MacNaughton, Thomas J., 112 u-ZSv-uLIoo 

Madsen, Janis, 121 ^'f t' ,?"?T^' ^^,o 

Madsen, Joyce, 114, 213 \^Tl u' A"''"'' "« on« 00= 

Madsen, Kenneth, 121, 175 ^'f^l ' "°^e"=e- 65, 209. 228 

Madsen. Myra. 107, 234 ^^ u^ ' 2T^,'°-iJf,c 

Madsen, Rex A., 92, 170, 187 »"£^^,"' ^°^^'\ ^^' ? ^ ^^, 

Madsen, Rhea, 106, 251, 253 Mn»^J M^ " Inb' o1',^^' 

Maeno, Bernice, 92 m f ■T^v,'"^w°"in<?^- ^'^ 

Magleby, Jean, 80, 171, 197 ^°""' ^°\'' ^^ 'O?, „„ 

Mahoney, Mary Rose, 1 16 ^°""°"' f %^"'=^- ^5. 253 

Maibert, Louis, 137 M°"f°"' ^^,'^''^' fn, ^o?o oc 

Maloney, Mary, 234 Montague, Glenn, 107 249, 253 

Mangum, Bill, 138, 223 ^""^i^^^iti^^'Vo,^^^ 

M^^Slanfl°ra'6'6SV1''°''''' Moo^Kae,' 2'ol^ 

MSchanl; NoSn'i;, 9a 137, 216 ^^-oi^Tb*' '°' '''' ''°- '''' '«'' 

Merchant, Preston, 99, 186 w ^"' ■'="<' 

Marler, Ben, 106, 199, 221,291 Ia^^^' 7"%^\-7i ,000/00., 

Marler, Gwen, 110, 199 l^°°'^' '"^' f^' '^'^63. 242 243 

Marshall, Barbara 99, 196, 231 Jf°°^!' ^^^,^^9.1 ^^^' ^^^ 

Marshall, Betty Lou, 106 ^°°^^' H^^l '22. 253 

Marshall, Ida, 104. 187, 207 ^°Z' Rnwi. ini 

Martin, Beth, 114, 230 X'j w ^K ?' ?n.; 

»>r~w,„ D iU Qc 100 001 Moore, Wilburta, 105 

Martin Ruth, 95 183, 231 Mooring, Wilma, 109, 202 

Maruoka, Frank, 77, 206 \/i^,.„„^ ^ ,n,c oon 

Matthews, Adeloid^, 106, 224 ^ZIZ mJ^Z. u\ 9?5 

Matthews, Anna, 253 \Jltl?^' R Z fli' ' 

Mq thews. Colleen Rae 106 Morris, Kay, 78, 242, 249. 253. 272 

Ma hews, Elynn, 113, 224 Morris, Lugene Waddou^, 7Jf 

Matthewson, Darwm, 223 153 226 242 ""k^. "»j 

K° W 'm ' ' ^° 1 nR Morrison, Betty Jane, 1 05 

^Z Y !f°"""1io 090 Morrison, Mavis, 109 

Mayer, Katheryn 92, 229 Mortensen, Chester, 75, 249 

Meador, Donna, 13 Mortensen, Nona, 95, 243 

Meason, Frances, 106, 253 Moulton. Deaune, 1 1 5, 287 

Mecham Robert 169 Moulton, Maxine, 116 

Me or Jean, 113 ^uir, Joyce 105,, 183, 253 

Melton^ Anne, 104 ^uir, Marion, 77, 176, 236, 249 

»/ J u„t • no ,e, ,of Muir. Milton, 122 

Mendenhall. Legia, 93, 167, 186, Mullen, Barbara, 83. 173, 202, 230, 

Z49, Z51 242 243 
MendenhcJl, Carma Jane, 97, 228, Murdock, Mary Ann, 103, 212. 249. 
Menlove. Belva. 251 253 

Menlove Roy. 123 Murphy. Marvel. 81. 184. 194. 209, 
Mercer, Arva, 79, 180, 242, 243 259 272 287 

Mercer. Betty Jo. 180, 193, 212, 242Murray,' Chmles, 96, 195 

»/ D u ,nc ,no on^ Murri, Donald, 88, 169, 200 

Mercer, Bob. 105. 193, 206 Muse H 137 

Meredith^ Carma 89, 231 Musig, Marjorie, 105 
MerrJl, Kimball, 137 



313 



McAllister, Dale, 83, 178, 222, 249, 

251 
McAllister, Elaine, 231 
McAllister, Stan, 137, 219 
McArthur, Uoyd, 95, 168, 219 
McCormick, Billie Jean, 75, 225 
McCulley, Jess, 91 
McCurdy, Voudis, 253 
McDaniel, Dorothy. 109 
McDonald, Ann, 108 
McDonald, Barbara, 123 
McEwen, Grace, 83, 207 
McFarland, Ramona, 98, 215 
McFarland, Thelma, 108 
McFarland, Thomas P., 168 
McGaughey, Glen, 110, 192 
McGuire, L Paul, 93, 175, 219 
Mclff, Lyle H,, 105 
Mcintosh, ean, 88, 211 
McKinnon, Dorthea, 78, 225 
McKnelly, Ted, 99, 164, 176, 214 
McKnight, Neil, 277 . 
McNeil, Helen, 75, 229 
McNeill, Mary Alton, 108, 214 
McQuarrie, Louise, 106, 183, 212- 

N 

Naegel, Helen, 111 

Nate, lane, 90, 207 

Nebeker, Berva Dawn, 98, 173, 214 

Nelson, Bette, 91, 229 

Nelson, Donna, 214 

Nelson, Helen, 76, 171, 214, 253 

Nelson, Lois, 253 

Nelson, Marion, 98 

Nelson, Maxine, 107 

Nelson, Naomi, 109, 188, 251 

Nelson, Rachel, 181, 186, 207 

Nelson, Robert, 111 

Nelson, Roxey, 88, 224 

Nelson, Shirley, 105 

Neuteboom, Grant, 65, 223 

Neves, Mary, 113 

Newman, Catherine, 214 

Nichols, Elizabeth, 87, 158 

Nichols, Lorraine, 76, 202, 214, 229 

Nichols, Rosalie, 105, 209 

Nielsen, Ardella, 69 

Nielsen, Horence, 75, 211, 236, 253 

Nielsen, Kenneth, 113, 182, 193 

Nielsen, Ruth, 186 

Nielsen, Sytha, 95 

Nielson, Donna Ruth, 105,211,225 

Nielson, Dorothy, 103, 212 

Nielson, Edna, 234 

Nielson, Ida, 107, 200, 251 

Nielson, Joel F., 113 

Nielson, Joseph, 77 

Nielson, Mark, 96, 223 

Nilson, Reed, 136, 137 

Nixon, Maurine, 111 

Norberg, Dorothy, 88 

Norman, Walt, 121 

Norris, Shirley, 123, 213, 236, 261 

Norton, Maxine, 77, 171, 209 

Nuffer, DonL, 62, 168, 190 

Nusink, Ray, 174, 292 



Oakley, Claron, 122, 223 

Oaks, Cecil, 208 

Oborn, Connie, 115 

Ockey, Blanche, 98, 159, 167, 230 

Ogden, Dorothy, 99, 187 

Ohran, Norlyene, 91, 150, 185, 249, 

251 
Okey, Lucille, 105, 253 
Oliphant, Doris, 79 
Oliver, Betty, 180 
Ollerton, Shirley, 105 
Olpiri, Inozelle, 103 



Olpin, Helen Roe, 66, 163, 230 

Olsen, Adell, 121, 186 

Olsen, Betty, 174, 197 

Olsen, Carolyn, 232 

Olsen, Emelia, 123, 193, 253 

Olsen, Evelyn, 111 

Olsen, J. Eldon Jr., 67 

Olsen, Joseph, 80, 168 

Olsen, Lee, 170, 176 

Olsen, Lona Faun, 92, 158, 232 

Olsen, Matt, 138, 223 

Olsert, Nial, 186, 236, 249, 251 

Olsen, Rex, 87, 136, 137 

Olsen, Roy, 95 134,, 200, 220, 249 



Petersen, Raymond, 106, 
Peterson, Albert C. 78, 169, 197 
Petersonn, Anna, 75 
Peterson, Bobbette, 244, 245 
Peterson, Carmelia, 198 
Peterson, Carol, 111 
Peterson, Dean, 197 
Peterson, Don, 251 
Peterson, Elizabeth, 106 
Peterson, Eva, 251 
Peterson, Gae, 93, 179 
Peterson, Geneal, 114 
Peterson, Lenon, 109, 194, 212 
Peterson, Lois Ruth, 87, 187 



Olsen, Verda, 54, 69, 116, 233, 258 Peterson, Lola, 70, 179, 187, 200, 



Olson, John, 91 
Olson, La Rae, 173 
Openshaw, Nathel, 91, 192, 227, 

261 
Ord, ^ob, 175 
Orton, Roma, 107 
Orwin, Arloa, 107 
Osborne, Bruce, 137 
Ostler, Alice, 227 
Ostler, Boyd, 76, 169 
Ostler, Donna Rae, 105 
Ostler, Emmett, 91 
Otteson, Melba, 87, 187, 214 
Overlade, Maxine, 92, 185, 226, 

242, 243 
Oveson, Keith, 157 
Owens, Marian. 65, 163, 233 



Pabst, Roland O., 105 

Pace, Gene, 137 

Pace, Patricia, 90 

Packard, Art, 201 

Page, Barbara, 116 

Page, Colleen, 86, 98, 230, 262 

Page, Donna, 75, 207 

Page, Erma, 103 

Page, Lennie, 98, 244 

Palmer, Shirley, 80 

Pardoe, Thomas E. Jr., 75, 138, 157, 

91 fi 
Parduhn, LaPreal, 186, 249, 253 
Paris, Marilyn, 253 
Park, Lou Jean, 105, 233, 243 
Parker, Dan, 80, 253 
Parker, Norman, 216 
Parker, Orin, 180, 259, 260 
Parkinson, Genevieve, 76, 207 
Porrish, Joyce, 75, 171 
Partridge, Ruth, 251 
Paxman, Elaine, 88, 231 
Pay, Elizabeth, 253 



210 
Peterson, Melvin, 98, 168, 176, 

192, 195 
Peterson, Ramona, 104 
Peterson, Robert,88, 175 
Peterson, Ruth, 76 
Peterson, Rolf e, 130 
Petty, Dorothy, 114, 183,214 
Petty, MarUyn, 103, 224 
Petty, Marjorie, 82, 176, 224, 
237 251 

Phelps, Winifred, 103,210 
Phillips, Mary, 96 
Phillios, Napina, 253 
Pierce, Marybeth, 90, 159, 185, 

187,210,243,319 
Pincock, Lorna, 82, 171, 210 
Pinegar, Glen, 175, 182, 206, 

242, 243, 249, 251 
Pitcher, Marian, 88 
Pope, Delvar, 78 
Porter, Betty, 208 
Porter, Blaine, 77, 184, 208, 222 
Porter, Delia Mae, 114 
Porter, Owen, 196 
Potter.Robert, 115 
Powell, John, 12, 219 
Powell, Lynn M., 105 
Powell, Max, 186 
Powell, Reed M., 70, 293 
Powell, V. M., 70 
Powelson, Thomas, 182 
Pratt, Mary, 231 
Preece, Doris, 91, 195, 236, 237 
Price, John, 87-, 137, 169,197 
Price, Mary, 195 
Priday, Margaret, 79, 186, 227 

270 
Prince, Edwin M., 193 
Pringle, George, 68, 170 
Prisby, LaVee, 89, 188 
Praws, Leo, 247 
Prusse, Ralph E., Ill, 186,216 



Payne, Dean, 87, 164, 186, 190, 196.^^ „rir2iil Q^ 
91 R Oi-i 9-;s 11 Q Pugh,Kely,95 



Pulham, Kenneth, 122 



216, 243, 258, 319 
Payne, Inez, 68, 150, 159, 184, 231 pTi'^u':rRnV''fS9' i'r^ iq-; 999 
Paystrup, Raymond, 182 Pulsipher, Bill, 82, 165, 195, 222, 

Paystrup, Reuben, 253 
Peacock, Elaine, 75, 185, 228, 249 
Peacock, Louise 106, 194, 209 



Pearson, Betty, 80, 228 
Peay, Boyd, 91 
Pederson, Eva, 104, 251 
Peel, Grant, 78, 187 
Peel, Mary, 108 
Peirson, Beth, 88, 184 
Peirson, Malcolm, 65, 184, 244 
Pendleton, Elma Jean, 103 
Perkins, Anonna, 1 13, 192 
Perkins, Merial, 97, 173, 228 
PerTy,Robert, 165, 217 
Persson, Wayne, 91 
Peters, Arlene, 105 
Petersen, Barbara, 104 
Petersen, Elliot, 164,253 
Petersen, Herb, 114, 175, 220 
Petersen, UMoyne, 62, 223 
Petersen, Lila, 104 



247 
Purcell, Albert E., 67 
Purrington, Wealthy, 62, 176 
Pyne, Clifton, 90 
Pyne, Max, 88, 182 

R 

Raile, Richard, 219 
Ram, Houshang, 122 
Randall, Bertha, 96, 192 
Randall, Howard, 79, 187, 221, 

242 243 
Randall, Pearl, 123, 188 
Randall, Ruel, 182, 192 
Ransbottom, Adele, 231 
Rasban, Grant, 157 
Rasbapd, Dorene, 105, 186, 236 
Rasband, Heber, 109 
Rasband, Jariett, 65 
Rasmussen, Duane, 110 
Rasmussen, Gloria, 1 1 1, 224 



Rasmussen, Mont, 93 
Ratekin, Vada Lee, 123 
Rawle, Carol, 253 
Rowlings, Gladys, 103, 183 
Ream, Hazel Dawn, 105, 183, 

194,212 
Ream, Marilyn, 77 
Ream, Mary Ida, 97, 194, 210 
Redd, Ruth, 68, 176, 232 
Reed, Calvin, 200 
Rees, Betty Lou, 111 
Reese, Jean, 75, 163, 176, 179, 

187,227,259 
Reid, James, 249 
Reid, Robert, 81, 170 
Reid, Wayne. 107 
Reimschiissel, George, 66, 169, 

251 
Reynolds, Annette, 231 
Reynolds. LaRae, 109, 232 
Reynolds, Nannna Lee, 90, 232, 

243 
Reynolds, Norma, 81, 228, 249, 

251 
Reynolds, Taylor, 54, 76, 162, 

170,217.272 
Rhodes, Donald. 77, 219 
Rice. Adeline. 109, 188. 209, 253 
Rice. Roydan. 107,243 
Rice. Vol Deane. 77, 158, 235 
Richards. Blaine, 182 
Richards. Faye. 213 
Richards, G. S.. 182 
Richards. Lucille, 79, 173. 226 
Richards, Neil. 175, 185, 192 
Richardson, James, 123. 186,253 
Richins. J. Grant, 220 
Richmond. Roxie. 103 
Rickenbach. Virginia, 79, 171, 

230 
Ricks, Wanda. 78 
Ridge. Ralph W.. 111,187 
Rigby, Jeanne, 111 
Rigby, Keith, 208 
Rigby, Ruth, 208, 253 
Ririe, David, 80, 200 
Rirrie, Norma, 103 
Robbins, Joshua. 253 
Robbins. Norma. 103 
Roberts. Arthur. 253 
Roberts. Ben. 91.249, 251 
Roberts, Clark, 123 
Roberts. Jeanne 115 
Roberts. LaRae. 1 1 1 
Roberts. Louis. 249 
Robertson. Marian, 158, 166/ 

251 
Robertson, Reese, 115. 253 
Robertson, Roberts, 103, 194, 

212 
Robinson, Dorothy, 89, 185, 207, 

228 
Robinson'. Ruth, 116 
Robison. Betty Jo, 198 
Robison, Lois, 81, 171, 190, 215 
Robson, Francelle. 107 
Rodriguez. Domingo, 137 
Rogers, Ben, 192 
Rogers, Ray. 116 
Rogers. Robert. 192 
Romney, Cecile, 65, 207 
Romney. Douglas. 67 
Romney, Marilyn, 113. 232 
Romney, Maurine, 93, 185, 207 
Romney, Myrlerie. 90, 230 
Romney, Reed, 87, 169 
Romriey, Shiriey, 81, 232, 242 
Roper, Betty Jane, 75, 198, 210 
Roper, Morrie. 80 
Roper. Voit. 79 
Rose. Lucille. 109.212 
Roslfelly, Mary, 68 



314 



Ross, John Alton, 123, 193 
Ross, Lorna, 107, 195 
Ross, Ronald, 123,206 
Rothe, Dean, 76, 222 
Roundy, lone, 92 
Rowan, Colleen, 78, 150, 231 
Rowe, Doris Mae, 105 
Rowley, Dick, 75, 246, 260 
Rowley, Margaret, 107, 253 
Roylance, Fred, 220 
Royle, Miriam, 253 
Rushton, Luana, 107, 187, 190 
Russell, Bessie, 123 
Russell, Edith, 246 
Russell, Glen C, 62 
Russell, Gloria, 111,187,235 
Russell, Sue, HI 
Ryskamp, Edna, 88, 116, 159, 

185,199,227,242,243 
Rylting, Lorry, 116, 178, 221, 249 

S 

Sabey, Soren, 122 
Salisbury, Joe, 87 
Sampson, Carol, 187 
Sander, June, 108,235 
Sanders, Chris, 90, 197 
Sanders, Ellen, 192 
Sanders, Lillian, 1 1 1 
Sanders, Lorraine, 192 
Sandstrom, Jeanne, 67 
Sanford, Dee, 71, 162, 168,'170, 

220, 243 
Sanford, Junella, 78, 210, 226, 

253 
Sanford, Shirley, 91 
Sardoni, Lawrence, 251 
Sargent, Lucille, 111, 196, 213 
Scherer, Marjorie, 98, 231 
Schmidt, Velma, 1 1 1 
Schmutz, LaRae, 186 
Schow, Russell, 81 
Schwantes, Glendora, 92, 158, 

166,227,253 
Schwantes, Gloria, 92, 158, 166, 

226, 253 
Schwantes, John William (Bud) 

137 
Schwartz, Connie, 1 1 1 
S?hwartz, Ruby, 75, 249 
Scott, Lola Fay, 249 
Scoville, Betty, 215 
Scoville, Estelle,121,193, 253 
Seegmiller, Garth, 137 
Seely, Betty Jane, 109,211 
Seely, Dale, 79 
Seely, Helen, 111,212 
Sells, Mary, 80,197, 215, 249 
Sessions, Gorilla, 1 1 1, 207 
Sessions, Sterling, 78, 164, 174, 

175,176,216,237,243,261 
Sevy, Mae, 79, 232, 251,253 
Shakespeare, Erma, 190 
Sharp, ^^ona, 109,199 
Sharp, Sally, 109, 234 
Sharp, Stephen, 182, 186 
Shaw, Frank, 251 
Shaw, Hazel, 103 
Shaw, Mildred, 89, 200, 213, 

249 
Shelley, Paul, 218 
Shepherd, Arlene, 90, 166, 176, 

192, 214 
Shepherd, Lois, 80, 171 
Sheranian, Pauline, 82, 194, 215, 

251 253 
Shields,' Grant L., 52, 54, 68, 162, 

165,176,178,195,223,249 
Shifter, Max, 136, 137 
Shippee, Dorothy, 93, 188, 227 
Shirts, Maxine B., 70, 173 



Shirts, Morris, 77 
Shuck, Richard, 91 , 249, 251 
Shuler, Bonnie, 105, 202 
Shun, Glen, 137 
Shurileff, Nancy Jane, 107, 213 
Shuriz, Alma, 178 
Shurtz, Betty, 105 
Simmons, Clara, 111, 187 
Simmons, Edith, 97, 173 
Simmons, Lionel, 116 
Simmons, Lucile, 97, 1 88, 21 1 
Simmons, Marilyn, 82 
Simmons, Norma, 115, 190 
Simms, Elmer, 122 
Simons, Florence, 69 
Sinclair, Marjorie, 82, 186, 211 
Singleton, Veloy, 77, 179 
Sirrine, Donna, 88, 192, 209 
Skousen, Peter, 89, 137, 176, 187, 

192,218 
Skousen, Virginia, 192, 253 
Slack, Jean, 251 
Slack, Paul, 251 
Slade, Norma, 209 
Slater, Arthur, 91, 169 
Sloan, Beverly, 249, 251 
Smart, Mary, 76, 159, 183, 235, 

242, 243, 247 
Smart, Roma, 87, 253 
Smith, Alton B., 67 
Smith, Bessie A., 70, 196 
Smith, Blaine, 107 
Smith, Carol, 92 
Smith, Connie Jean, 98 
Smith, Corinne, 90, 186 
Smith, Deloy W., 67, 208 
Smith, Eleanor, 121, 193 
Smith, Eva Jane, 91 
Smith, Hazel, 123 
Smith, Herberi, 78, 253 
Smith, Ida Mae, 123,253 
Smith, Ibelmas, 187 
Smith, Joyce, 212 
Smith, June, 92, 158, 166,233, 

254, 270 
Smith, Kenneth, 79, 157, 220, 242, 

319 
Smith, Marceline, 186 
Smith, Milton, 78 
Smith, Norma Jeonn, 115, 193 
Smith, Olga, 208 
Smith, Ramona, 116, 186,215, 

251 
Smith, Shirley, 115,232,243 
Smith, Tennyson, 115, 184 
Smith, Thelma, 201,212 
Smoot, Edward, 218 
Smoot, Mike, 219 
Smoot, Nadine, 114, 233 
Smuin, Janice, 116, 186 
Smurthwaite, J. Robert, 116, 190 
Sriorr, Glenn, 72, 168, 195 
Snell, Marie, 83, 171, 232, 244, 

261 
Snow, Alma, 186, 196, 231, 247, 

251 
Snow, Anthony, 82, 218, 237 
Snow, Dean, 97, 219 
Snow, Don, 68, 196, 218, 263, 

270 
Snow, Ellsworth R., 65, 175, 176 

218 
Snow, Juanita, 116 
Snow, Shipley, 54, 66, 68, 175, 

176, 196,218,242,319 
Snowberger, Helen, 108, 190, 233 
Snyder, June, 121,195 
Sohm, Elaine, 201 
Sorensen, Alene, 109, 201, 229 
Sorensen, Ruby, 122, 253 
Sorensen, Thelma, 75, 173, 213 



Sorensen, Velora, 93, 209 

Southerland, Melba, 149 

Spence, Bill, 237 

Spencer, Helen, 96, 167, 227 

Sperry, Elaine, 173,211 

Spicer, Carol, 81 

Spicer, Kathleen', 183 

Spilsbury, Duane, 75, 244, 247 

Spohn, Juana, 81,229 

Spratley, Joan, 149, 167, 234, 261, 
271 

Sprouse, Don, 116, 195 

Squire, LaVonn, 98, 158, 166, 
176, 197,229,243,319 

Squire, Phil, 92, 197 

Squires, Meade, 115, 133 

Standiford, Ruby, 115 

Standley, Mary, 226, 244 

Stapley, Dwight, 137 

Stapley, Stan, 137 

Stapp, RoyE., 116, 165 

Staynor, Naortii, 123, 201, 213 

Stayner, Sally, 173, 201,214 

Steed, Stuart, 122,169 

Stenquist, Lee, 78, 170 

Stevens, Helen', 116 

Stevens, Marilyn, 179 

Stevensen, Arlene, 122, 233 

Stevenson, Marilyn, 81, 209 

Stewari, Clark, 222 

Stewart, Karma, 91 

Stewart, Wanda Vee, 197, 215 

Stock, Connnie, 201 

Stoddard, Claire, 106, 233, 243, 
265 

Stoddard, Larry, 121, 165, 216 

Stoddard, Lou, 104,233 

Stokes, Eva, 167,214,251 
Stokes, Orpha, 167,214,251 

Stolworthy, Colleen, 116 

Stone, Chester, 62 
Stout, Dorothy, 98, 207, 249 
Stradling, Glenda, 122, 253 
Stratford, Betty, 90, 173, 190, 214 
Straw, Norma Nell, 90 
Stringfellow, Esther, 224 
Stringham, Iris, 115 
Stringham, Janet, 90, 166, 214 

233 
Stringham, Ned, 121, 176, 195 
Strong, Maxine, 109 
Stubbs, Max, 165,253 
Stubbs, Nila, 79, 163, 228, 251 
Stucki, Franklin, 71, 170 
Stucki, Glenna, III, 186, 198, 

213,249 
Stueler, Elna, 71 
Sturgill, Lois, 87, 186 
Suhlsen, Wyoma, 214 
Sullivan, Norman, 113, 249, 253 
Summerhays, Ben, 93 
Sutherland, Melba Fay, 1 1 1 
Sutton, Gwendolyn, 109 
Sutton, Jacqueline, 71 
Sutton, Marjorie, 91, 207 
Sutton, Thelma, 92 
Swain, Felice, 78, 176, 204, 215 
Swain, Lorraine, 93 
Swainston', Rosa Mae, 80, 173 

229, 261 
Swapp, Wylie, 81, 190, 196 
Swayers, Mary, 229 
Swenson, Dawn Etta, 253 
Swensonn, Dorothy, 122 
Swenson, LaRee, 78, 171, 227 
Swenson, Richard, 219 
Swenson, Ruth, 230 
Sylvester, Dewain, 77, 186, 292 



Talboe, Harold, 96, 165, 222 



Tangren, Joy, 82, 159, 215, 226, 
242, 243 

Tanner, Bruce, 223 

Tanner, Marilyn, 186 

Taylor, Alton, 87, 180, 226 

Taylor, Betty, 109,213 

Taylor, Betty Mae, 187 

Taylor, Cherie, 113 

T,aylor, Dale, 123,253 

Taylor, Deanne, 89, 187, 211, 234 

Taylor, Frank, 83, 157,219 

Taylor, Iris, 78, 228 

Taylor, Jeannie, 115, 244 

Taylor, Leah, 111,233 

Taylor, Lester, 185,216 

Taylor, Lois, 111,224 

Taylor, Lois Ann, 116 

Taylor, Lucy, 109 

Taylor, Marion, 66 

Taylor,Pat, 122, 212,253 

Taylor, Richard, 79, 175, 181, 
206, 223, 260 

Tftylor, Rose, 66, 71, 159, 235, 253 

Taylor, Vaughn, 66, 156, 184 

Taylor, Winston, 113, 165, 170, 
221 

Taysom, Lloyd, 187 

Teichart, Laurie, 69, 159, 181, 
186,207 

Tennant, Betty, 111, 183 

Tennant, Inez, 96 

Tennant, Iris, 96 

Terry, Elma, 98, 198,210 

Terry, Marilyn, 111 

Tew, Joyce, 83, 215 

Thacker, Carma, 98 

Thackrell, Jeanne, 87 

Thain, June, 113,233 

Thatcher, Clifton, 96 

Thatcher, L. George, 71 

Theobald, Bonnnie Jean', 107 

Theobald, Paul, 123, 164, 198 
Thirkill, Donna Mae, 173, 201, 
227 

Thomas, Adrian A., 71 
Thomas, Donna, 210, 226 
Thomas, Joan, 115,213,236 
Thomas, Leland, 122 
Thomas, Lois, 208 
Thomas, Ruth, 83, 186, 210, 251 
Thomas, Vern, 208 
Thomas, Winifred, 65, 228 
Thompson, Ethelyn, 87 
Thorn psson, Frank, 122 
Thompson, Joy, 82, 176, 228, 237 
Thompson, Paul, 86, 271 
Thomson, Carol, 1 1 1 , 253 
Thomson, Diclc, 122 
Thomson, Elayne, 77, 197, 228 
Thorn, Scott, 168 . 
Thorne, Betty Jean, 1 1 5 
Thorne, Lawrence, 89, 186, 206 
Thornley, Golda, 92, 151, 225 
Thornton, LaVelle, 91 
Thorpe, ShirieyL, 113 
Threet, Lemmie, 253 
Thriet, Conway, 109, 186, 253 
Thunnel, Marie, 251 
Thunnell, Roland F., 68, 184 
Thurber,Laie, 30, 89 
Thurgood, Jack, 138 
Thurkill, Donna Mae, 79 
Thyrel, Doreen, 109,243 
Tidwell, Bar Dee, 115,243 
Timms, Dorothy, 62, 215 
Tingey, Donnna, 122, 253 
Tingey, Kenneth L., 113 
Tingey, J. Willard, 113, 165, 217 
Tingey, Yvonne, 1 1 6 
Todd, Elaine, 79, 184,234 
Tolcmd, Marion', 75 



315 



Tolman, Glen, 116, 182,201 
Tolman, Helen Mae, 109, 183, 

201 
Tolman, Vilate, 113, 201,236 
Toman, Marion, 157 
Toolson, Kathleen, 122, 123 
Tourney, Helen, 113,212 
Tracey, Jacklin, 107 
Tree, Marion, 136, 137 
Trevino, Marcisa, 185 
Trotter, Edyihe, 107 
Trujillo, Alfonso, 90 
Turley, Norman, 113, 192 
Turnbow, Bill, 195 
Turner, Rodney, 186 
Twitchell, Robert, 198 
Tyler, lane, 107,194 

U 

Udall, Addison, 75, 168,192, 

195,217 
UUock, Emma, 70 



Van Leuven, Ruth, 77, 224 
Van Wagenen, Richard, 122 
Vernon, Glena, 82 
Vernon, June, 91 
Vincent, lean, 253 
Vincent, Ronald G., 97, 221 
Voorhees, Don Gordon, 115 

W 

Waddoups, Elaine, 82, 184, 227, 

242, 243 
Wagstalf, Bert, 122 
Wagstalf, Josephine, 113 
Wagstaif, LuDeane, 92 
Wahlen, Gwen, 92, 229 
Waite, Willis, 76, 180,194,206, 

222 245 
Wakefield, Leland, 195, 204 
Walker, Agnes, 116,202 
Walker, Carol Rae, 113, 187, 195 
Walker, Keith, 81 
Walker, Macine, 93 
Walker, Reed, 898, 251 
Wall, Helena, 79, 187 
Wallace, Glenna, 88 
Walser, Aseneth, 107, 253 
Walser, Lucille, 111 
Walsh, Bertie Del, 113, 186, 212 
Walsh, Bob, 186 



Wardle, Dennis, 98, 208 
Wardle, Mary, 208 
Waidle, Phyllis, 113,200 
Warner, Joseph H., 72 
Warner, Lynn, 109, 190, 229, 253 
Wornick, Stephen, 218 
Warr, Margie, 113,201,212 
Warren, Edgar Jensen, 103 
Wasden, LaRue, 89, 198, 211 
Watkins, Helen, 80 
Watts, Alice, 70 
Watts, Ardean, 115,178,186, 

249, 251 295 
Watts; Yvonne, 109, 244, 253 
Wayman, Reid Lee, 1 1 3, 221 
Weathers, Peggy Lou, 107, 187 
Weaver, D, L, HI, 164, 200, 221 

253 
Weaver, Don Mark, 109, 251 
Weaver, June, 95 
Webb, Barbara, 110, 233 
Webb, Colleen, 116 
Webster, Ada Vee, 1 1 0, 1 90, 21 5, 

234 
Weech, Corinhe, 77 
Weed, Floyd, 164, 169, 223, 258, 

287 
Weeks, Clyde Everett, 107, 206, 

243 
Weeks, Ella Beth, 121, 187, 195 
Weight, Blanche, 68 
Weight, Joe, 121, 128,220,270 
Weight, Mrs. Ken, 184 
Wells, Lewris, 222 
Welsch, Barbara, 96, 194, 215 
Welsh, Eleanore, 122,253 
Welti, Carolyn, 122 
Welti, Douglas, 78, 220 
Wenebrenner, Jean, 121 
West, Harriet, 109 
Westenskow, Claude, 80, 190 
Weston, William, 62 
Westover, Ross W., 123, 137 
Wheelwright, Carol, 95, 21 1, 235 
Whitaker, John, 122 
Whitaker, MaxJ., 109 
Whitby, George, 122 
White, Idella, 76, 171,213 
White, Lois, 109 
WhiteSides, Caroline, 77, 174, 

210 
Whiting, Gory, 137, 219 
Whiting, Irene, 99, 192, 209, 253 
Whiting, Joyce, 90, 159, 167, 226, 



242, 270 
Whiting, Lavon, 30 
WhiUey, Reed, 122,206 
Whitlock, Rae Lou, 81 
Whitney, Frank, 136, 137 
Whitney, Jean, 88, 232 
Whitney, Keith, 88, 187 
Whittle, Gvireneth, 123, 253 
Widdison, Leda Jean, 82, 215 
Wight, Beth, 67, 148,151,207 
Wight, Kathryri, 207 
Wilcox, Blaine, 92 
Wilcox, Cherril Downe, 109, 

187,190 
Wilkes, Shirley, 65, 190,233 
Wilkinson, Marian, 116, 232 
WiUey, Alma, 186,249 
Williams, Alton, 121,253 
Williams, Alice, 111 
Williams, Boyd, 115, 195 
Williams, Clement, 168, 185, 208 
Williams, David, 92 
Williams, Earl, 89, 253 
Williams, Elaine, 114 
Williams, Glenda, 98, 200 
Williams, Hanna, 88, 232 
Williams, Joan, 113 
Williams, Josephine, 208 
Williams, LeOra, 109 
Williams, Marilyn, 123, 188 
Williams, Nevin, 253 
Willis, Marilyn, 111, 187,194, 

209, 227 
Wilsori, Don, 138 
Wilson, Joyce, 95, 207, 251 
Wilson, Keith, 62, 96, 138, 162, 

216 
Wilson, Margaret, 77, 183, 21 1 
Wilson, Margaret, 90, 159, 163, 

234, 242, 243, 258 
Wilson, Paul, 65 
Wimber, Evan, 78 
Winegar, Leone, 93, 150, 151, 

185,224 
Winn, Ronald, 109, 195 
Winsor, William Kenneth, 107 
Winten, Mary, 196 
Wintch, Mary, 65, 209 
Winters, Que, 65 
Winterton, Jirh, 93 
Winton, Donald, 111,193 
Wiscombe, Hovirard, 87, 195, 

220 
Wiscombe, Nadine, 107 



Wixom, Franklin, 92, 182, 206 

Wixom, Marjorie, 113, 201, 214 

WoUaston, Irene, 253 

Wood, Don, 219 

Wood, Elaine, 77, 198, 210, 226 

Wood, LoRue, 212 

Wood, Lovrene, 107 

Wood, Margaret, 89 

Wood, Norma Jean, 83, 122, 187, 

188 
Woodard, Douglas, 115, 195, 199 
Woodbury, Sylvia, 98, 253 
Woodbury, Virginia, 72, 209 
Wooley, Dorothy, 253 
Wooley, Fay, 253 
WooUey, Evan', 122, 164, 195, 221 
Woolston, Paul, 249, 251 
Worthen, Howard, 76, 164, 175, 

178,184,220,249,251 
Wright, Dee, 186 
Wright, Jane, 95 
Wright, L. Pat, 221 
Wright, Richard, 89, 165, 186, 

221 
Wright, Robert, 249 



Yarn,David,71,162, 168, 195, 

202, 204 
Ycrtes, Eva Rae, 116, 190, 224 
Young, Calvin, 123 
Young, Doren, 95 
Young, Harriet, 30 
Young, Ira, 80, 168, 242, 243 
Young, Jean, 87 
Young, Kay, 79, 157, 162, 176, 

195,222,272 
Young, Kenneth, 197, 249 
Young, Margaret, 76, 174, 202, 

207 
Young, Miriam, 67, 158, 234 



Zabriskie, Beth, 116, 235, 261, 

264 
Zabriskie, Jo Anne, 107, 253 
Zabriskie, Walter, 122, 164, 223 
Zeeman, Aliene, 122 
Zeeman, Maxine, 122 
Ziev3, Betty, 72, 180,209 
Zimmerman, Cecil, 222 
Zimmerman, Peggy, 92, 214, 228 
Zirker, Bonnie, 107, 195, 249 
Zwahlen, Marva Joy, 81, 197 



316 




Banyan Photographers (above) Kenneth Smith, Ray 
Gwilliams, and Shipley Snow. 

Banyan salesmen (below) Mary Beth Pierce, George 
Ballif, Dean Payne, Truman Clawson, LaVon Squire, Mary 
Jane Miner. 



-*t^^^ 




/ 




^1 




317 




This is our book and for it we wish to express our 
thanks and appreciation to those who helped in the 
making of it. 

First to our loyal staff who have performed well 
and helped us over the rough as well as smooth spots. 
... to Reed Biddolph for photographic aid and to Joe 
B6el for portrait work. ... to Franklin Hay more and 
the Mountain States Bindery for printing the cover and 
the binding. 

To all these and everyone else, including the 
Student Body, for the privilege of editing the book — 
we say thank you 



318