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Published by the Associated Students 

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Provo, Utah 






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jfl HILE we recall the activities of the pass- 
ing year at Brigham Young University, let 
us also remember the events of the last one 
hundred years in Utah. Stalwart pioneers 
entered the Great Salt Lake Basin in 1847, 
commenced to build the foundation of the 
civilization we now behold — majestic build- 
ings, fertile fields, fast transportation, recre- 
ational facilities, expanding industries and 
rich mines. Our paths have been made easier 
because of them. Let us honor those pio- 
neers, as we observe this progress at the 
passing of another year — the turn of a cen- 
tury in Utah. 



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A place to live, to work and to assemble, sheltered 
from the physical inconveniences of nature, has 
been man's ever-pressing problem in a fight for 
existence. Our pioneer forefathers in Utah laid 
the foundation of the one-room log cabin which 
by man's ingenuity and industrious effort has 
evolved into the massive, highly technical build- 
ings of our modern era built for beauty, convenience 
and comfort in Utah today. 



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President George Albert Smith 

Our beloved leader is revered by thousands as 
a prophet, seer and revelator, equal in power and 
authority to any prophet the world, has known. 
As a mah; : 'rfe is loved by all who know him because 
of his noble characteristic of understanding. 
Through his extensive travel upon the continents 
of the earth and the islands of the sea, this great 
understanding has broadened, and he is as con- 
cerned with "God's other children" as those close 
around him. As a great champion of education of 
youth, he is giving his support to the further de- 
velopment and progress of Brigham Young Uni- 
versity. 



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Members of the Board; John A. Widtsoe, Joseph Fielding Smith, 
Joseph F. Merrill, Albert E. Bowen, Adam S. Bennion, Franklin L. West, 
Keifer B. Sauls, Stephen L. Richards. 




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President Howard S. McDonald 

Our president, through his sincere, informal 
manner and his ready smile, has become a friend 
to every student on the campus, easily recognized 
by his distinguished appearance and radiant white 
hair. During his two years as president he has 
been a dynamic forc-e in pushing forward the build- 
ing program and educational betterment of the 
Brigham Young University. He is a firm believer 
in the integration of religious and academic learn- 
ing. His hobby is service to young people and 
his recreation is working with Church officials. 



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Within the offices of the President, the 
Treasurer and the Registrar are found some 
of the busiest, most efficient persons in the 
"Y" world. 

There's Anna Wakefield, attractive secretary 
to the President . . . from Rexburg, Idaho . . . 
came to the "Y" in '46 . . . charming, gracious, 
ever-smiling and cordial to all . . . likes dancing, 
music . . . plays piano and Hammond organ . . . 
keeps constantly busy serving president, fac- 
ulty, students. 

In the adjacent office is the school's financier,, 
Kiefer B. Sauls, of whom it is said, "He does 
many jobs well." He is a calm, quiet Southerner 
with bright, brown eyes ... a self-styled "neu- 
tral sort of person" . . . enjoys good health, and 
life in general at B.Y.U. <SfcL 

John E. Hayes is in his forty-fourth year as 
Registrar. His already big job increases pro^^^- 
portionately to the increased enrollments . . . 
efficient . . . friendly . . . has registered all seven 
of his children at B.Y.U. at one time or anoth 
. . . enjoys gardening, traveling . . . has visite 
forty-five of the United States. 





Anna S. Wakefield 

Secretary to the President 



Kiefer B. Sauls 

Secretary-Tr e asurer 



John E. Hayes 

Registrar 





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As Dean of Students, Dr. Lloyd gives to his 
role, as foster father of students of Brigham 
Young University, a touch of subtle humor and a 
hearty handshake of understanding. With his 
comprehensive knowledge of many subjects, he 
is the ideal counselor to assist students with their 
problems. He is President of the Utah Confer- 
ence of Higher Education, and is a member of the 
National Association of Deans and Advisers of 
Men. 



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Lillian C. Booth 

Mrs. Booth has served as Counselor for Women 
for the past two years. Her round-the-clock activi- 
ties are activities of service. Daily problems are 
cheerfully approached as she capably aids women 
students. When not acting on some committee 
in the NEA, AAUW or a University committee, 
she can be found gardening or playing the organ 
in her horns ward. Mrs. Booth, being a mother, 
understands girls and brings out the best in their 
individuality. 




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Dr. Christen Jensen 

Dean Jensen directs the Graduate School . . . 
professor of history and political science ... has 
sincere interest in students . . . music lover and 
sports enthusiast . . . favorite food is ice cream 
... is friendly and has a keen sense of humor . . . 
would like to have a longer day so he could get 
more accomplished. 



Dr. Carl F. Eyring 

Dean Eyring, head of the College of Arts and 
Sciences has won wide recognition as a brilliant 
scientist . . . General Sunday School Board mem- 
ber . . . author . . . former mission president . . . 
has won additional recognition at the University 
as an inspiring and understanding instructor . . . 
possesses an abundance of common sense, humil- 
ity and friendliness. 




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Herald R. Clark 

Dean Clark, College of Commerce, is the busy 
man on campus . . . president of the B.Y.U. 
Alumni Association for the second time . . . 
brings to the students of the University the 
greatest in art and music . . . concern is the future 
well-being of the students . . . desires from the 
University a product of men and women of 
absolute integrity, with a great capacity and 
will to serve the world. 




Dr. Reuben D. Law- 
Dean Law, College of Education, is a popular 
educator, Church worker . . . prizes highly many 
friends . . . teacher or administrator for twenty- 
four years . . . keeps personal file on thousands 
of students . . . likes drawing conclusions from 
statistical data, dislikes over-generalizations . . . 
listed in Who's Who in the World, Who's Who in 
American Education, Leaders in Education, Who's 
Who in the Western Hemisphere . . . enjoys fish- 
ing, hunting . . . laughs readily, heartily. 



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Dr. Thomas L. Martin 

Dean of the College of Applied Science since 
1937 . . . arranges fellowships for talented, prom- 
ising students through personal contact with 
eighteen different Eastern universities ... is an 
active member of the General Sunday School 
Board . . . presently working and experimenting, 
along with other men in his department, on anti- 
biotics, penicillin and all of its ramifications . . . 
energetic, jovial teacher of agronomy and 
bacteriology . . . the smallest big man on the 
campus. 



Dr. Gerrit de Jong 

Dean of the College of Fine Arts ... a man 
highly trained, and personally interested in the 
individual arts — music, dramatic, plastic and 
graphic . . . his academic work deals with linguis- 
tics, foreign languages and literature . . . de- 
lights in the fine, recognized work done by the 
University in fine arts . . . commenced leave of 
absence in April to become Cultural Director at 
Bahia, Brazil for at least a year ... his youngest 
daughter, Carma, accompanied him. 




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Dr. Asael C. Lambert 

Dean of Summer Session ... a man with many 
hobbies: fishing, hunting, fly tying, photography, 
coloring photos . . . teaches classes in economic 
and statistical theory . . . has written several 
books on educational theory ... a recent major 
study was "Public Welfare in Utah" . . . inter- 
ested in productive research and creative work 
and the challenge it brings to good students. 




J. Wyley Sessions 

Professor of Religious Philosophy and Director 
of Religious Activities at the University . . . 
calls himself "a cranky, old man" . . . has a great 
love for people . . . likes to travel . . . reads books 
on religious philosophy . . . chief interest is to 
make religion function for the students in this 
practical world. 



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Antone K. Romney 

Heads the University's Student Counselling Ser- 
vice . . . has had a wide experience, and possesses 
a deep interest in the welfare of students ... a 
former B. Y. U. student who has studied also at 
Chicago, Columbia and Stanford . . . spends hours 
in research on juvenile deliquency . . . drives a 
tractor in his garden during spare hours of the 
day. 



Monroe Clark 

Chairman, Attendance & Scholarship Committee 
. . . main studies accomplished at Columbia . . . 
teaches Philosophy of Education . . . also chairmans 
Occupational Counselling Center . . . interested in 
outdoor activities . . . built his own boat, fishes and 
hunts . . . has taught in colleges twenty-one years 
and likes out-of-doors as a balance to indoor work. 








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Dr. Thomas L. Broadbent 

Coordinator of Student Organizations . . . re- 
ceived Doctorates in Germanic languages and litera- 
ture from University of Michigan . . . especially 
likes symphonies and violin concertos . . . handles 
judiciously a difficult task of coordinating student 
organizations on campus . . . leaves B. Y. U. for 
U. of U. 




Hugh B. Brown 

Former Veteran's Coordinator . . . now teaches 
religion and gives counselling service . . . takes keen 
interest in each student's problem . . . past officer 
in Canadian Army . . . ex-president of British Mis- 
sion . . . considered by his wife to be greatest book- 
worm she's ever known . . . loved by men and women 
in sei-vice. 





Mark K. Allen 

Director of Testing- Service ... a student of 
photography whose films on abnormal mental cases 
have been used at Stanford . . . gave tests to twenty- 
four hundred students this year to determine a 
student's scholastic aptitude, his rating in various 
fields and his emotional make-up. 



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OmxXjoXiA SXwkrfte O^ctu- 




Kay A. Young 



president 



Always smiling, ever cordial student body presi- 
dent . . born in Utah but claims Idaho as real 
home . . . Viking . . . Junior Class prexy m 4«J 
saw Philippines and Okinawa, courtesy ol 
Uncle Sam, as a navigator in B-24 . . . Junior Prom 
committee in '46 . . . Blue Key President in 4b 
. . . keeps order at Student Council meetings . . . 
Alpha Kappa Psi . . . business man of the future 
will clinch his "sparkling" courtship with the 
Vice President of the Student Body at the altar 
in June. 




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Marvel 



Murphy 




Marvel Murphy — The girl 
with personality plus whose 
speciality is conducting stu- 
dent assemblies ... a Cesta 
Tie and L.D.S. . . . has divided 
allegiance between Hawaii 
and Utah ... a former mis- 
sionary to Eastern States . . . 
found a diamond in her stock- 
ing at Christmas . . . will 
climax school year with mar- 
riage to Student Body Prexy. 

Margaret Wilson — The live- 
ly, vivacious, well-dressed girl 
from Ogden . . . culminates 
active "Y" career in secretary- 
historian position . . . affiliated 
with Val Norn and White Key 
. . . typifies "good things come 
in small parcels." 

Craig Decker — The slow- 
talking, free-lancing social 
chairman . . . raised on cattle 
ranch in New Mexico . . . 
Viking . . . played role of Al- 
bert in the drama, Dear Ruth 
. . . has a fond liking for ice 
cream and steaks . . . claims 
Utah as future home. 



Margaret Wilson Secretary 



Craig Decker Social Chairman 



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Student Body Officers Kay Young, Marvel Murphy, Craig 
Decker and Margaret Wilson discuss with Marion Jones the 
responsibilities of her appointment to the newly-created position 
of Student Body Business Manager. 



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Social Chairman Craig Decker (foreground) outlines the calender of social events 
to the other Council members: Ted McKnelly, Marvel Murphy, Kay Young, Margaret 
Wilson, Stan Gwilliam, Barbara Bailey and Vic Brimhall. Paul Andrus and Bruce 
Tanner, who were absent, heard the plans later. 




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Ted McKnelly, Junior Class President, at the extreme right, promises an out- 
standing Junior Prom for the year, as Council members listen with interest. Mem- 
bers present were: (seated) Kay Young, Barbara Bailey, Craig Decker and Margaret 
Wilson; and (standing) Marvel Murphy, Vic Brimhall and Stan Gwilliam. 



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Class Presidents Vic Brimhall, Paul Andrus, Ted McKnelly 
and Bruce Tanner, talk over plans for class parties which have 
been popular this year. 





Jim Winterton, Secretary; Frank Taylor, Vice 
President; Chris Sanders, Councilman 

Council Men 



Fred Harding 


Stan Durrant 


Dale Miller 
Walter Wiest 


Gordon Forsythe 
Jess Bushman 


Harvard Hinton 


Robert Klein 


Lyle Tregaskis 
Robert Potter 


Fred Whitney 
Dean Abegg 


James Bradley 


Frank Turner 



The Associated Men Students' organization, in liaison with 
the Dean of Students, functions primarily to effect indivi- 
dual and personal contacts with all male students The 
organization strives to fulfill the elder-brother role of as- 
sisting the men in their personal problems, in making new 
students feel at home and in inspiring all students with a 
sense of "belonging" to the University, academically and 
socially. 



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students 

Stanford Gwilliam, President 





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Barbara Bailey, President 



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indents 



The Assoctiated Women Students' organization, in con- 
junction with the Counselor of Women Students, proposes to 
aid and to foster activities for all women students on the 
campus. An active program throughout the year, spon- 
sored by A.W.S., offers an opportunity for all girls to blend 
the social with the scholastic life. With membership in the 
Western Division of the National Organization, women of 
this University, as throughout the country, serve the col- 
lege girl from days of entrance examination until she dons 
her cap and gown. 



Council Women 



Legia Mendenhall 
Annette Bailey 
Felice Swain 
Meredith Hansen 
Mary Lou Dixon 
Roxie Nielson 



Mary Clyde 
Junella Sanford 
Lucille Bushnell 
Leone Winegar 
Josephine Hutchins 
Mary Lee Atkerson 

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Mary Jane Miner, Recreational Leader; Margaret Priday, 
Secretary-Treasurer; Vivian Hoyt, Vice President. 




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Kay A. Young 
Chairman 

Richard M. Rowley 

Honorary 



Blaine Porter 

Departmental 

Boyd "W" Winterton 

Service 







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The Student Organizations' Council, orig- 
inated in March under the supervision of 
the Coordinator of Student Organizations, 
is the governing body of social activities of 
all organizations on the campus. The Student 
Body President acts as chairman of the Coun- 
cil which is composed of two representatives 
each from the social, geographical and de- 
partmental organizations, and one each from 
the honorary and service groups. 

President Kay A. Young chairmans the 
group with Grant Dixon, Harold Joyner, C. 
J. Harmon, Morris Parkinson, Blaine Porter, 
Max Robinson, Richard M. Rowley and Boyd 
"W" Winterton as members. Dr. Thomas L. 
Broadbent, Coordinator of Student Organiza- 
tions, is faculty advisor. 




Morris Parkinson 
Geographical 



Max Robinson 
Geographical 



Harold Joyner 
Social 



Grant Dixon 
Departmental 



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Masters 



Seniors 



Juniors 



Sophomores 



Freshmen 








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Kay A. Young 
Chairman 

Richard M. Row 

Honorary 





Since the days of 1847 when the pioneers turned 
the mountain streams on to the dry, hard crust ot 
the valley to break the first land an Salt Lake Basin, 
agriculture in Utah has progressed with the deve- 
lopment of the century. Today, broad, well-culti- 
vated orchards and fields, improved by scientific 
research and mechanized farming, truly fulfilled the 
words of the prophet who said "the desert shall 
blossom as the rose." 



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CANDIDATES FOR MASTER'S DEGREE 




Keith Jar Holdsworth 

Archology Rexburg, Idaho 

Ross T. Christensen 

Archiology Rexburg, Idaho 

Vernon C. Dieu 
Acct. & Bus. Admin. 



Ogden 



Sociology 



Reed M. Powell 



Provo 



Nasser Ganjei 
Acct. & Bus. Admin. Tehren, Iran 



Speech 



Beth Browning 



Ogden 



Wilford E. Smith 

Education Admin. Salt Lake City 

E. J. Rice 

Education Brigham City 

Douglas N. Thompson 



Economics 



Bountiful 



Graduate Students 



Una Oldroyd Richard W. Hales David W. Swenson Edward L. Gardnei Ardith Osborne 
Heber G. Wolsey John S. Gardiner Tracey G. Call Houshang Ram 







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VIC BRIMHALL 

A Provo fellow who likes flying with the 
Nat'l Guard Fighter Squadron . . . skiing 
and golf also share his interests . . . has 
full record of activities besides Senior 
prexy. ... a past president of Brickers, 
member of Blue Key and Alpha Kappa Psi. 
. . . business is major study with expecta- 
tions of dealing in stocks and bonds. 



MARY SMART HALES 

Recently-married V. President . . . main 
interest is cooking pies for husband Dick, 
her Freshman sweetheart . . . academic 
interests are art and English, plus many 
school activities . . . works in photo studio 
retouching Banyan pictures. 



JEAN ANDERSON 

Scholastic achievement, high . . . activi- 
ties, numerous and still has time for skiing 
... a Pleasant Grove girl . . . majors in 
history . . . spends extra time working on 
G. I. accounts in the bookstore . . . well 
qualified for job as Class Secretary. 




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Ivan Andrus 
Sociology Idaho Falls, Ida. 

Mary Lee Atkerson 

Sociology Dallas, Texas 

Donna O. Ash 

Elem. Education Pleasant Grove 

Louise Abegg 

Speech Col. Juarez, Chih, Mex. 



Ellen Ashworth 

English Provo 

Virginia Ault 
Sect. Practice Cedar Valley 

Clara Anderson 

Home Eeon. Emery 

Leland R. Allen 

Zoology Las Vegas, Nev. 



Grant Ash 

Chemistry Lehi 

Jean Anderson 

History Pleasant Grove 

Franklin H. Allen 

Bacteriology Las Vegas, Nev. 



Education 



Olga Allred 



Provo 



Gay Armstrong 
Phys. Ed. Idaho Falls, Ida. 



Speech 



Betty Lou Anderson 



Gunnison 



Stanton F. Benson 

Accounting Moreland, Ida. 

Georganna Adams 

Composite Education Delta 



Phys. Ed. 



Melba Barker 



North Ogden 



Maurice Boswell 



Chemistry Provo 

Barbara Bailey 

Foods — Nutrition Salt Lake City 

Robert Burdick 

Business Admin. Provo 



Robert Barker 

Composite Education Escalante 

Lucille Bushnell 
Sociology Provo 

LeRoy R. Burleigh 
Speech Waymart, Pa. 

June Berry 
Education Provo 



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Dwain C. Barker 

Fine Arts 

Zina Brockbank 

Education 

Richard Marcel Chatterton 

Accounting Preston, Ida. 



Provo 
Provo 



Vera Babbel 



Art 

Music 

Phys. Ed. 

E. Kent Baggs 

Acct. & Bus. Admin. 



Twin Falls, Ida. 



Mae S. Bezzant 
Bryce Bailey 



J. Merrill Bushnell 



Economics 



Richfield 
Nephi 
Ogden 
Provo 



Clair B. Black 

Accounting Ely, Nev. 

Briant Burgess 

History 

Zoology 



Weston D. Brown 



Prove 



Mary Ellen Christensen 

Elem. Education Salt Lake City 



James L. Bradley 

Sociology Driggs, Ida. 

Lois Williamson Calder 

Home Econ. Orem 

Wilma Christensen 

Cloth. & Text. Antonito, Colo. 

Donna Aleda Beck 

Elem. Education Centerfield 



Patricia Critchlow 

Music 

Victor Brimhall 
Bus. Admin. 

Onida Raphiel Clark 



English 



Education 



Marion Cowles 



Ogden 
Provo 
Campti, La. 
Ogden 



Luana May Collins 

Phys. Ed. North Ogden 

Betty Jean Cottle 
Foods — Nutrition Rexburg, Ida. 

Margaret Coleman 
Elem. Education 

C. E. Chantrill 



Sec. Education 



Provo 
Provo 




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Dion W. Corbell 

Chemistry Spanish Fork 

Karen Crane 

Education Preston, Ida. 

Mary Christiansen 

Music Fountain Green 

Jasper L. Crawford 

Zoology Springdale 



Elaine Cannon 

Foods — Nutrition St. George 



Education 



Lowell E. Call 



Bancroft, Ida. 



Shirley Cunnington 
Bus. Admin. Hooper 

E. Parker Chipman 

Geol ogy American Fork 



English 

Music 

Pol. Science 



Virginia Clark 
Merrill G. Durfee 



James S. Coleman 



Panguitch 

Aurora 

Provo 



Cleo Chadwick 

Elem. Education Weiser, Ida 



Aaron C. Card 

Edmonton, Canada 

Guenevere Cheatham 

Greybull, Wyo. 



Speech 

Music 

John M. Christiansen 

Sociology Pleasant Grove 

Mary Ellen Dauwalder 

Bus. Admin. Provo 

Carol Collard 

Education Provo 

Mack B. Cunningham 

Journalism Provo 

Hannah Billings Day 

Home Econ. & Cloth. Springville 

Glen W. Clarke 

Acct. & Bus. Admin. Springville 



A. Dean Dangerfield 

Mathematics 



Provo 



Winnifred M. Dyches 

Speech Monroe 



Sec. Education 
Music 



Edwin Dean 



Provo 



Ballard J. Christiansen 

Fountain Green 



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French 
Marketing 
Zoology 
Physics 



Fern T. Dennis 

Provo 

Clyde B. Dixon 

Provo 

Clair L. DeLong 

Salt Lake City 

Bruce R. Dixon 

Provo 



Phys. Ed. 

Music 

Physics 

Sect. Practice 

English 



Olive Esplin 

Leo A. Dean 

Grant D. Dixon 

Roberta Dean 



Ross Esplin 
Glen J. Evans 



Delta 
Provo 
Provo 
Provo 

Orderville 



Acct. & Bus. Admin. Spanish Fork 

Jefferson N. Eastmond 

Physics L* 1 " 

F. W. Erickson 

Pre-dental Coeur d'Alene, Ida. 



Iown Foote 

Elem. Education Salt Lake City 

Merrill A. Farley 
Agronomy Orem 

H. Nyal Flanders 

History Salt Lake Cit y 

Ruth Elaine Flanders 
Bacteriology Chicago, 111. 



Wilford M. Farnsworth 

Accounting Col. Dublan Chih., Mexico 

Robert L. Fischer 
Acct. & Bus. Admin. Jefferson City, Mo. 

J. Legrand Forsyth 
Portugese Provo 

Vivian Green 
Sect. Pract. American Fork 



Marian Graff 

Elem. Education St. George 

Thomas A. Gwynn 
Bus. Admin. Washington, D.C. 

Marion Gottfredson 
Sect. Practice Logan 

Alma L. Garrett 
Phys. Ed. Ne P hi 




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Katie B. Gentry 

Phys. Ed. Enterprise 

Alvin L. Gittins 
Art London, England 

LaRae Swenson Grant 
Cloth. & Textiles Spanish Fork 

Donworth V. Gubler 
Composite Education La Verkin 



Harold R. George 

Education Escalante 

Earl J. Green 
Acct. & Bus. Admin. Clearfield 

M. Carol Gibson 
Music Las Vegas, Nev. 

J. Fabian Giroux 
History Cleveland, Ohio 



Elaine Gwynn 

Home Econ. Washington, D.C. 

Floyd Emery Graham 
Sociology Salt Lake City 

Margaret Hales 
English Provo 

Roger B. Honeyman 
English Provo 



Joseph Leonard Harris 

Economics Torrance, Calif. 

Grace Hutchings 
Music Pocatello, Ida. 

William A. Hulet 
Economics Victor, Ida. 

Carole Hilton 
Cloth. & Textiles Delta 



Norma Deene Holladay 

Education 

Doxey Hollands 
Education Ogden 

Julia Hansen 
Elem. Education Salt Lake City 

Marna Holm 
English Roberts, Ida. 



Omar M. Hansen 

Physics 

Gloria M. Hilton 
Elem. Education 

John D. Hilgendorff 
Music 

Joyce Hanks Henderson 
Phys. Ed. 



Provo 
Scipio 
Provo 
Salem 

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English 

Phys. Ed. 
English 



Leah Belle Hawkes 
James R. Hall 



Davidson 
Roosevelt 



Madelyn Hatch 

Col. Juarez, Mexico 

Vivian Hoyt 

Nephi 



Mavis Hafen 

Journalism Provo 

Warren J. Harris 
Sec. Education Emmett, Ida. 

Marjorie Hart 
Elem. Education Camp Baldy, Calif. 

Murial J. Holmes 
Music Seattle, Wash. 



Katherine Hess 

Music Grand Junction, Colo. 

Anita Belle Hyatt 
Accounting Joliet, 111. 

Junior L. Hiatt 
Phys. Ed. Mt. Airy, N. C. 

Richard Elliott Hawkins 
Acct. & Bus. Admin. Orem 



Lois Hanson 

Speech Springville 

Wm. Ezra Hansen 
Phys. Ed. Lethbridge, Canada 

Rhea Haslem 
Voc. Home Econ. Roosevelt 

Robert L. Hillier 
Geology Provo 



Art 

Economics 

Spanish 



Mary Smart Hales 
Marian S. Hyde 



Provo 



Kensington, Md. 
Elliot C. Howe 

Salt Lake City 
William Harold Hawker 

Sec. Education Menan, Ida. 



LaVerda B. Jensen 

Elem. Education Monticello 

Keith J. Isaacson 
Music Park City 

Nellie Thompson Higbee 
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SHIRLEE CHRISTENSEN 

For a smile that will charm, say "hello" to 
Shirlee, the Jr. Vice President . . . majoring 
in English . . . likes tennis and skiing . . . 
delights in dancing but also enjoys rooting 
for her favorite basketball and football 
teams. 

JOYCE WHITING 

She is "friendliness at the "Y" . . . work- 
ing for a major in English for teaching 
purposes . . . likes good books, music and 
hiking . . . claims no hobbies but has a pas- 
sion for driving her father's tractor. 



TED McKNELLY 

Junior President . . . aims toward a Ph.D. 
in sociology . . . during past year worked 
with Regional Office of I.K.'s organizing 
and stimulating activities . . . bowling and 
pep rallies keep him interested . . . gave 
away his name to Meredith Hansen during 
school year. 




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Barbara Welsch 
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Soft-spoken, fun-loving Sophomore Prexy 
. . . member of Viking' and I. K.'s . . . col- 
lects jazz and classical records . . . likes 
hiking, dancing, basketball, steaks ... is, 
ardent ski fan . . . dislikes shaving . . . 
served in meteorological service of Air 
Force for three years . . . serves B.Y.U. 
most by display of school spirit. 



ALMA SNOW 

Enthusiastic V. P. of Sophmore Class . . . 
scholarship student from Dixie . . . carries 
violin for a purpose . . . upholds Snow tra- 
dition by being in activities . . . Bacterio- 
logy major . . . sparkling eyes, unassuming, 
pleasant . . . friend. 

MARIAN WILKINSON 

Washington D.C.'s contribution to Sopho- 
more Class as Secretary . . . conscientious 
student . . . member of 0. S. and Y. C.'s . . . 
dresses modestly . . . enjoys literature . . . 
blushes readily ... is petite and unaffected. 











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Laura Adkins 
Elden G. Andrus 
Patricia Aiken 
Harold Argyle 
Marie Andrus 



Jeannette Armstrong 

Robert C. Anderson 

Iris Austin 

Keith R. Allred 

Marie Allred 

Homer L. Adams 



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Lenora Argyle 
Jack Adamson 
Karma Anderson 
Nyal W. Anderson 
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Ardis Adams 
Betty Argyle 
Ivan Beem 
Colleen Anderson 



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Hayle Buchanan 
Anne Ashcroft 
Hertha M. Bixby 
Reed A. Benson 



Stanley Burningham 
Richine Allred 
Noal L. Betts 
Sharmene Brough 
Laurine Adams 



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Robert D. Brown 
Carol Barton 
Glade L. Burgon 
Helene Blake 



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Barbara Beck 

Bruce Bliss 



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Afton Bowen 
Howard Bird 



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Louise Burbidge 
Francis O. Boyer 



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Moana Ballif 
Richard O. Bristow 



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Lynette Bennion 
Gladys Bentley 



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Harvey T. Blakeslee 

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Don Forrest Clark 
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Gordon Childs 



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Ken Chamberlain 
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Jacqueline Bluth 
Carolyn Crockett 
Rosella Compton 
Marian Crawford 



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Reeda Bjarnson 
Shirley Rose Brand 
Norma Boyle 
Vern Barney 



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Christopher L. Colston 
Betty Rae Christensen 



Ray H. Clark 
Dorothy Christensen 
Roberta Christensen 



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Carol Brockbank 
Anna Marie Creer 



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LaRae Collett 
James D. Clayton 



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Lonnie Rae Cooke 



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Carol Cummings 
Vernon J. Carlson 



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Jean Clark 



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Albert H. Dane 
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Morris D. Gardner 
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Mary Alice Gross 
Ashley Graham 



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June Greer 



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Beatrice Folsom 



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Dorothy Hendersen 
Grant Harris 



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Fred V. Gunn 
Joyce Haycock 
Lowell S. Hancock 
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John C. Huish 
Carina Hansen 
Joseph L. Hendry 



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LaRue Hickley 
Kay Holley 
Elaine Hart 
Donna Hawkins 



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Barbara Bea Hansen 
Elaine Hoover 
Merrilyn Harmon 
Dean W. Haslem 



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Lawrence R. Hilton 
Lorraine Hansen 
Gregory Hosford 
Velma G. Horner 



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Marie Haslem 
Hope Harding 



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Thelma Johnson 



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Betty Jean Hirschi 
Carol Heiner 



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Jos. A. Hutchinson 
Lois Hansen 



Dorothy Hulihan 
Glade K. Jensen 
Marilyn Haskell 



Donna E. Holt 
Meredith Hansen 
Jay R. Harris 



Gloria Hutchinsen 
Elaine Jensen 
Margie Jenson 



86 






Beth J-Icfc stead 
Carole Haverfield 
Mary Lu Heninger 
Quey C. Hebrew 
Marjorie Huffaker 
Georgene Kressman 



Reid Kimball 
Isabell Lawrence 
Beverly Keith 
Donna Hess 
Martha Lewis 
Ivan L. Hobson 



Alaire Lewis 
Emmeline Kirk 
Oliver H. Joyner 
Lorraine Little 
John Kreissler 
Grace Lindsay 





... ............... 

*AV«... 




Glade Kuhni 
Shirley Johnson 
Floyd L. Johnson 
Sarah Lewis 
Theodore N. Killpack 



Frances Kimball 
Marva Johnson 
Lynn N. Jensen 
Gwenna Johnson 
Clarence Jones 



Arlene Jones 
Dale Kirkham 
E. Lorraine Johnson 
Norman R. Jensen 
Vera C. Jeffers 



James N. Jensen 
Lola Mae Jackson 
Dean Johnson 
Francis Jones 
Janice Jensen 



87 








David A. Law 
Joyce Lundell 
Bob Lyans 



Jay Lyman 
Camilla McPherson 
Floyd C. Moulton 



Robert W. Laird 
Ruth Larsen 
Russ Lewis 



Enoch A. Ludler 
MarRue Keller 
Wayne F. Ivey 



Dorothy Laney 
Jack W...Lewis 
Helen A. Miller 



Ida Malison 
Lester LaFrance 
Lois Manwaring 



Mary Ann Murdock 
Francis B. Johnson 
Gwen Marler 



88 



Kei'J. V. Kofford 
lot t Lowis 
Myron Jones 
Emma Larue Langford 
Richard A. James 
Beth Martin 



Beth Madsen 
Donald LeBaron 
Helen Lee Moberly 
Ferin Lovell 
Darlene Moody 
Renee Millerberg 



Milton B. Muir 
Jaynann Morgan 
Elynn Matthews 
Thelma McFarland 
Glenn S. Lloyd 
Robert W. Linge 




Bonnie Moore 
Harold E. LaMunyon 
Elaine McAllister 
Douglas Lazenby 
Clyde J. Lundell 



Rhoda Lewis 
Thomas K. Lyman 
Verna Mae Lofgreen 
Spencer E. Larsen 
Mary Afton McNeill 



89 





Weldon Moffitt 
Roma Orton 
Kenneth Mott 



Thomas Mayhew 
Marjorie Miller 
Bill Nichols 



John E. Munson 
Mavis Moore 
Bruce Osborne 



Ida Nielsen 
Nona Jean Orton 
H. Harvey Mette 



Janis Madsen 
Melvin Ogden 
Gertrude Oliphant 



Geneal Peterson 

Charles Melton 

Mildred Miller 



Norma Jean Mellor 
Edward Murdock 
Arloa Orwin 



90 




Rex Moulton 
Marjorie Morgan 
Madison Moffat 
Bob Mercer 
Mary Moore 
Emelia Olson 



Betty Oliver 
Keith G. Morrow 
Betty A. Olsen 
Claron Oakley 
Kirk Neilson 
Dan Novak 



Clare H. Oliphant, Jr. 
Phyllis Parker 
Ernest Olson 
Clyde R. Nielsen 
Erma Page 
Delia Mae Porter 



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Anonna Perkins 
Marrilyn Palmer 
Lynn A. Powell 
Lucille Phillips 
Robert Poulson 



Owen R. Porter 
Margaret Parker 
Sylvia Parker 
Wayne Olson 
June Pehrson 



Winifred Phelps 
Carl J. Pendleton 
Alice Marie Ross 
Issac D. Pierce 
Gladys Rawlings 



Leslie Neves 
Kathryn Olpin 
Kenneth F. Nielsen 
Helen Naegle 
Vernon C. Neilsen 



91 





Raymond Rogers 
Lucile Rose 
Lloyd Page 



Eldon M. Payne 
Luana Rushton 
Alvin Rasmussen 



Eldon H. Puckett 
Gloria Rasmussen 
Don C. Peterson 



Robert S. Potter 
Carma Rasmussen 
R. Hal Parker 



Barbara Page 
Jack R. Price 
Hazel Dawn Ream 



Pat Royer 
Walter M. Reimschiissel 
Beverly Ruoff 



Faye Richards 
Harland S. Rosson 
Maxine Rice 



92 



i . Mae Peterson 
Kenneth Pulham 
Marilyn Petty 
William C. Patten 
Cecil Pomeroy 
Dwight J. Stapley 



Duane Rasmussen 
Alene Sorenson 
W. James Richardson 
Betty E. Robinson 
Ernest L. Richeson 
Jean Stevens 



Betty Russell 
Roy Stapp 
Nancy Shurtleff 
Phil G. Robison 
Thelma Smith 
Horley T. Sandberg 




Dan E. Roberts 
Kathleen Spicer 
Gaylon B. Rowan 
Norman T. Shurtleff 
Esther Stringfellow 



Lillian Sanders 
Frank Stevenson 
Dean Stewart 
Lou Stoddard 
Domingo B. Rodriguez 



Paul A. Phelps 
F. Dee Peel 
Elaine Poulson 
Ralph M. Price 
Dorothy Petty 



93 





Alma Snow Patricia L. Snow Nora Sharp 


Claire Stoddard 


Douglas W. Stott Robert Summers Ray A. Shane 


James L. Sheffield 


Leora Tyron Vilate Tolman June Tanner 


Leigh Taylor 


Bob Smurthwaite Robert J. Smith 


J. Clifton Spendlove 


Betty Jo Smith Norma Tobler 


Ramona Smith 


John W. Schwantes Verl C. Sudweeks 


Richard Sheranian 



94 




George P. Speed 

J. Richard Smith 
Hazel I. Shaw 
Ralph Ridge 
June Anna Snyder 
Jeannie Taylor 



Norma Simmons 
Glade Stowell 
Dawn Etta Swenson 
Conway B. Threet 
Ilene Taylor 
H. Stuart Steed 



James N. Skousen, Jr. 
June Thain 
Sally Sharp 
Tom S. Taylor 
C. Lyle Smith 
Glenna Stucki 



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Jane Tyler 
Stuart Tidwell, Jr. 
Cherie Taylor 
Marion Tree 
Lois Taylor 



John C. Tootle 
Leah Taylor 
Frank P. Turner 
Larry Thorstenberg 
Lemmie Threet 



Helen Torney 
Kenneth Tingey 
Heber J. Shelley 
Laurie Dea Thompson 
Roscoe E. Sprinkel 



Meade Squires 
Vicki Lou Smith 
Lucille Sargent 
Eugene F. Seeman 
Alene Stringham 



95 





Geraldeane White 
Ross Viehweg 
Ada Vee Udall 



Jean Winebrenner 
Boyd Thomas 
Lucy May Viklund 



Anita Van Wagoner 
Joe Weight 
Helen Williams 



Irene Wollaston 
Robert C. Unice 
Janet Udall 



Arthur C. Wiscombe 
Carol Thomsen 
J. Willard Tingey 



Dee I. Wright 
Colleen Webb 
Richard F. VanWagenen 



Gene C. Vickers 
Elma Widdison 
Maynard Wankier 



96 




Elaine Williams 
Thomas P. Wheelwright 
Fay Woolley 
Byron C. Williams 
Ruth Wall 
Jack A. Ware 



Merrill J. Widdison 
Wilda Wells 
Reid L. Wayman 
Bertie Del Walsh 
Walter R. West, 
Margaret Wood 



Geneva Winterrose 
Brent Walker 
Glenda Williams 
Keith L. Wilson 
Lucile Walser 
Alma A. Willey 



009$*®** 







Don A. Weaver 
Phyllis Wardle 
Grant Woodbury 
Luana Willis 
Bonita M. White 



Marian Wilkinson 
Ross Westover 
Margie Warr 
Adam V. Welker 
Ella Beth Weeks 



J. Reed Whiteley 
Marge Whitten 
Robert K. Willardson 
Lynn Warner 
Bert W. Wagstaff 



Barbara Webb 
Lester C. Wheatley 
Melba Western 
Clyde Wardle 
Boyd G. Williams 



97 




The 




Josephine Young 

Raymond Wiltsey 



Dorothy Young 

Homer Whitney 



Hannah Call Allen K. Webb 

Helen Woffinden 



Calvin W. Young 

Beth Zabriskie 



W. Kenneth Winsor Byron R. Wardle 

Worth P. Wheelwright Victor W. Wheaton 



98 





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PAUL ANDRUS— Magna, Utah furnished 
Pacific War Theater an Air Corps Lieuten- 
ant and the Freshman Class a President 
... a true son of Brigham, exercising 
"hello" tradition . . . took over reigns when 
Jack Shumway left school because of ill- 
ness. . . . Paul leaves for a mission this 
summer . . . determined to return to "Y" 
and graduate. 






DONNA LUNDELL— Class Secretary . . . 
hails from wild oil town of Vernal, Utah 
. . . speech major and member of Mask 
Club . . . dreams of dancing and of gradu- 
ation day. 

BARBARA MACKENZIE— Freshman Vice 
President ... a ham-loving, dance-loving 
"Provo-ite" . . . possesses sincere desire 
for chemical research career ... so pretty, 
too! 




100 



Soil W. Afcboit 




Cynthia Atkin 


Clinton Ashworth 


Phyllis Allen 




Amir Ardjamand 


Evelyn Alger 


Leon Allred 




Gwen Anderson 


Garth W. Allred 


Yvonne Ash 




Jewell G. Addison 


Lois Ashby 


Merrill H. Ashby 




Carol Allen 


Karl Adams 
4 \pften.Arliy 


Ruth Argyle 




Dean Ashworth 


Shirley Allred 




f$tTAllen 


Norma Anderson 


Paul C. Andrus 




Ida Mae Alldredge 


Rudean Allred 


Dawnetta Ashby 




Dean W. Averett 
Joan C. Austin 


Evaun Anderson 


Dean L. Allen 




Calvin M. Allred 


June Adams 




Robert D. Asay 


Hal E. Abegg 


Bill Anderson 




Arthur Anderson 


Grant Anderson 










Robert A. 


Anderson 


Edith Anderson 


Mack S. Adams 


Carroll Anderson 


Clair Anderson 


Sharon Adams 


Ward Abbott 


Ramona Adams 


Ahmad Ahmadi 


Ethel M. Adair 


Richard B. Anderson Laura Adams 


LeNoir Asay 


LaDeane Anderson 


Glen J. Allen 


Etta 


Jeanne Ambler Barry Avery 


Ursel Allred 




101 




Gilmer T. Anderson 
Elizabeth Bradley 
James F. Anderson 
LaVae Billings 
Virginia Brinton 
Ruth Boswell 



Von Ceile Bruce 
Lynn Bigelow 
Val E. Asay 
J. E. Brinton 
Marge Bean 
J. Reed Bird 



John R. Bench 
LaJean Buxton 
Melvin P. Burton 
Elaine Bullock 
Charles A. Baker 
Margaret Burton 



Kent Bassett 
Ellen Butterfield 
Richard Ashby 
Norma Bearnson 
Howard K. Billings 
Evelyn Brannock 



Barbara Bennett 
Lynn Bell 
Elaine Brinton 
Doyle Barrett 
Dorothy Broulim 
Robert L. Black 



Voluntary performers. 





102 



R( th B rk 


Alton D. Baxter 


Kathalee 


Bowen 


L;".«- '.» . Brown 


Audree Baird 


Norman 


G. Bird 


Zena Beadle 


Bernell Berg 


Elaine 


Bluth 


Blair N. Binks 


Ardella Bettinger 


Ralph 


Benson 


Carol Ball 


Beth Bradshaw 


Joyc< 


M. Bbchanen 


Basil Beech 


Shirl H. Bunting 


Pau 


1 Jones Bailev 


James B. Bryant 


Laff Bowen, 
Barbara Bickmore 


-^ 


Boyd H. Bennett 


JoAnn Barney 
Earl C Brunner ^^V; 




RoseMarie Brokaw 
Grant Bennion 


Carole Baker 
Dale Butler 


Jack Bendall 
Ralph J. Bigelow 




Joel L. Barlow 
Lorin Barrett 


Randa Bentwet : 


Donna Lou Bollwinkel 

■ 




Rhea Burton 


LoaJean Butler 


Byrd Bartholomew 




Elayne Bright 


Derald M. Boyce 


Donna Blacheo 




Allen Brady 


Barbara Brooks 


Larry Bower 




Beth Brown 


Gene Bullock 


Irene Boam 




Bill Badger 


Lowell W. Bonnett Elizabeth Baxter 




Jacqueline Briggs 


Marian Barber 


Dewey Bulkley 




Melvin Brady 




103 




Thayle Beckstead 
Paul W. Barton 
Elmoyne Butler 
Elaine Babbel 
Glen T. Buckner 
Mark A. Benson 



Wesley Barry 
Nellie Brink 
Merrill Balls 
Kenneth Bennion 
Frankie Lou Burton 
Richard Burton 



Barbara Booke 
Alvin L. Berg 
Shirley Brown 
Beulah Burton 
Dell H. Bosen 
Jean Beaulieu 



Floyd Banks 
Elaine Brown 
Dean W. Bond 
Dorothy Buchanan 
Mary Beesley 
Leonard Beckman 



Margie Buttcrfield 
Jack C. Bullock 
Lorene Brown 
Raymond Beckham 
LaBelle Boley 
Merrile Brown 



Ready? Freshmen, sing! 





104 



' Bennett 


Fawn Christensen 




William Glen Bushnell 


AiaC- lilanch 


Don Chaves 




Ina May 


Collier 


Orrin Baird 


Dorothy Carpenter 




Jas. E. 


Ball, Jr. 


Sharee Booth 


Frank Barton 




Lucille Clark 


Ross Bell 


Merlene Clayton 




Curti 


s A. Colvin 


Suzanne Baker 


Marvin S. Carter 
* Calvin Brandley ! 




Hel. 


» Cowley 


Alta F- Bestland 




' " | 


Virginia Cooper 


Lamont C. Bate 


Clara Borgeson 






Max Conley 


Marie Bagley 


William if. Baird 
Leola Callister 






Ramona Clarke 


Burl Bushman 






Victor L. Cassity 


Kathryn Brown ) 
Mftrrell Bunn 


Gordon H. Bostwick 






Jean Clegg 


Glenna L. Cannon 






Robert L. Crowley 


Wayne Christensen 


Jeane Bramwell 






Edward D. Christensen 


Marie Cook 


Delos Bell 






Myrtle Call 


Roland J. Beck 


Jenevieve Buchanan 




Fred L. Crandall, Jr. 


Colleen Cheel 


Paul C. Black 




Shirley Coon 


Garth J. Blackhani 


Mary Alice 


Bullen 




Barlow Christensen 


Ardell Chambers 


Dalian R. 


Clark 




Maxine Brim 




105 




Evelyn June Cope 
lieu n Coleman 
Garth Campbell 
Gae Curtis 
Alma Kay Candland 
Bettv Gae Callahan 



June S. Cox 
Don F. Clark 
Joyce Chandler 
Scott Corbett 
Xyla Clement 
Reed Clements 



Alger R. Cornum 
Juanita Clarke 
Alan C. Clark 
Devar Carter 
Connie Crandall 
Clvde Cordner 



Jolene Collett 
Don Christensen 
Bernetta Marcene Camp 
Robert G. Colton 
Leeta Cullimore 
Calvin J. Cordner 



Wayne W. Clark 
Louise Cluff 
Jeremiah Clark 
Xola Jean Carter 
William D. Crawford 
Ruth Crowley 



Brrrr, it's cold! 





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' ;be.-t ^Jiayiur. 


Keith Calderwood 




Myra Dahl 


Clara Mae Cluff 


Jewel Chipman 




Rena Curtis 


Ludene Campbell 


Olive Cossens 




Emerson Cook 


William C. Crider 


Clayton Conley 




Jo. Vim Doman 


Tom Charles 


Nadene Denning 




Kent Dastrup 


B Uy Crawley 


Ralph C. Dix 




Varlan Clark 




Roma Jean Carnahan 


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Erne&eH. Clark 




_,— 'Byron R. Christiansen 


Vern J. Christensen 


J. Warren Davis 
Bruce L. Christensen 
Louise Crandall 




George Calder 


Merle Christensen 




Jack A. Christensen 


Lloyd D. Christensen 




Dorothy Defa 


Phyllis Clyde 


Gordon L. Christensen 
Ireta De St. jeor 




Dwight Despain 


Miles Colton 




Marie Dean 










jXf**" Marjorie Call 


Don L. Calder 




Faun Davis 


Frank L. Craven 


John W. Casper 




Lloyd Cullimore 


Glenn H. Crump 


Carol Davidson 




Elaine Dixon 


LuJane Christiansen Rupert Cameron 


Darrell H. Card 


Boyd Clark 


Maria Carr 




J. Reed Dowdle 


Geraldine Dunn 


Harold C. Conbel 


Jay B. Dansie 




107 




Jack Draney 
Elaine Dixon 
Joseph Davies 
Alvin Dalley 
Mary L. Davies 
Clyde DeGraff 



Paul D. Davis 
Helen Daniels 
Keith E. Davies 
Donna Deem 
Gaylen Dahlquist 
Carol Y. Dunham 



Lorna Durrant 
Donald L. Dickerson 
MaryLou Dunford 
Karl Donaldson 
Marion Avon Dodge 
Dean M. Dennett 



Darwin M. Dennis 
Mersel Day 
George E. Dalton 
Barbara Jean Driggs 
Gabriel Piana Delia 
Ervin Davis 



Wallace Devey 
Jean Davis 
Kay Allan Driggs 
Pauline Dyreng 
Marilyn Dunford 
Wallace A. Danielson 






Those vigorous time outs. 





108 



Bereri y Donaldson 
Paul P. Dyreng 
# Dixie Dickson 
Darrel Dixon 
Shirlee Lou Erickson 
Harry G. Foster, Jr. 



Floyd P. Dixon 
Eva Feik 
Lola Maxine Fifield 
Nasser Esphahanian 
Valletta Fillmer 
Hal Fielding 



Beth Evans 
John W. Davis 
Grant Fugal 
Hilda Fulghum 
Merlin H. Forster 
Maurien Esklund 



Robert Despain 
Carma Jean Despain 
Lynn Detwiler 
Velna Jean Erickson 
Grant E. Elliott 
Beth F. Dimick 



Patricia Fay 
Dick Dominguez 
^^Darlene Ercanbrack 



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Williard C. Dixon 
Wayne Empej 1 
James H. Elison 
Ruth Danese Davis 
Gordon E. Edwards 
Eva Rae Eldredge 



* ' *'- 



LaVieve Farnsworth 
Erma Ruth Eldredge 
D. Ray Fullmer 






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H. Grant Evans 



Glenna Erickson 
Paul Evans 
Janice Frampton 
Robert English 



Ortha P. Fairbanks 
Geraldine Evans 
Samuel Flinders 
Neil C. Farr 
Bennie Ferry 
Dennis R. Dalley 



Maurine Goodwin 
Wayne S. Ferguson 
Melvin N. Gibby 
Mary Evans 
Herand K. Farr 
Edna G. Fulghum 







109 




J. Robert Emal 
Beverly Gibbons 
Merrill P. Gunnell 
Wanda Farr 
-Toy Green 
Don Gillespie 



Evelyn Ellsworth 
Lloyd G. Guymon 
Eloise May Gates 
Carlyle Gray 
Patricia Gorton 
James W. Garrett 



Jean B. Fontenot 
Stanley Greenwell 
Barbara Green 
Connie Giles 
Robert H. Green 
Georgia Green 



Elaine Francis 

Sidney S. Gilbert 

Verna Franson 

Johnny Green 

Zola Glenn 

Rodney J. Gordon 



Grant Nash 
Alice Farley 
Max C. Golightly 
Jeanne Gentry 
Claire Gilchrist 
Jay W. Grances 



It's all French to me. 





110 






Ik.yd G ■ Irieh 
Freciora fuller 
Karl Farnsworth 
Ruth V. Fullmer 
Clayton Farnsworth 
Austin M. Gerber 



Velora Gough 
David E. Gledhill £&g 

Frances Goodness 



Robert W. Gates 
Thora Pearl Gibbs 
Edith ^Hatch 



Grace E. Guymon 
F. Wm. Geertsen 
Marybeth Geary 
Leland Hepworth 
Dolores Haaek 
Boyd E. Fergusan 



Gardner 






P 



•~"Anna Mae Graham 
Phillip Green 
Ramona Hirschi 
Bill Funk 
Lhea Holfeltz 




«.;...-. v^ :;; ^- 



oris Francis 
Fred Garrett 
Charlene Hopkins 
Jos. G. Hilbers, Jr. 
Thelma Hernandez 



m 



Harvey D. Goff 
Donna Geurts 
Jack LaMar Huish 
Anita Harvey 
Arthur Home 
Dorothy F. Hardy 



Edith M. Gudmundson 
William Dale Goodson 
Rosalynd George 
S. M. Hardy 
Mazelle Hinckley 
Verl Haacke 



Lois Gorringe 
Lincoln Gillespie 
Barbara Higgenbotham 
Robert L. Hales 
Florence G. Husted 
Paul R. Gren 



William H. Garrett 
Rachel Hale 
Kenneth Hamblin 
Joan Hansen 
Lloyd E. Hendricksen 
Jean Hatch 




111 




Kay D. Hilgendorff 
Norma Hafen 
Wilford Hansen 
Phyllis Hughes 
Rondo S. Harmon 
Lynette Hubbard 



Peggy Hancock 
John L. Hilton 
Nelda Howard 
Paul Hanson 
Rhean Harker 
Garth M. Harris 



Foryest Hall 
MariLou Hawkes 
Wm. L. Holmes 
Wanda Harris 
Alan Hansen 
Lila Marie Hansen 



Jas. Milton Heal 
Clyde Hill 
Evelyn R. Haslem 
Kenneth M. Howard 
Glen L. Harker 
Lona Mae Hyde 



Roberta Heywood 
Jay Hamblin 
Monette Henri 
Edna Harman 
Heber Hall, Jr. 
T. William Hoyt 



I finally broke print! 

I 





112 



eann iiarr's 
Harold R. Holmes 
Barbara Hardy 
Don Holladay 
Carol Hansen 
Robert Holmes 



I. Grant Hall 
Betty Hendrickson 
Robert W. Holder 
Ila Marie Howard 
ClawsoriVHeaton 
Nancy fe-Harvey 



111" inn E. Hansen 
LaNola Harper 
John R. Horsley 
Daryl Harris 
Kenneth L. Harvey 
Delia Mae Holmes 

Ellen' Harris 
Kenneth E. Harris 
Helen. Hancock 
Harold V. Hymas 
Mary Lee Hansen 
Myrtle Hancock 



' 



Barbara Higley 
Henry Kimball Hansen 
Ilene Hale 
Heber Hardy 
Joie Hartvigsen 
Spencer Leslie Haycock 




M. Odell Hobbs 
Valoy Hansen 
Bill Hart 
Boneta D. Hansen 
Lowell E. Horlacher 
Charles L. Hitt 



Joyce Houston 
Ralph D. Hibbert 
Emily Hamill 
Robert D. Harding 
^•-gpris Hodjtkinson 
-.tirLund Henrie 









I \ 






> _jJEd**rdTl. Haggen 
Zola Mae Haroldsen 
Lowell R. Hall 
Maida Hutchinson 
Lynn Wayne Hansen 
Raida Harding 



Hilda Hale 

Verne F. Hunter 

Barbara Hansen 

Bevan Haycock 

Barbara Heywood 

Bruce Hilton 




113 







Walter H. -fahnson 
Harvard Jensen 
Gwen Jacob 
Franklin R. Johnson 
Wilma Jones 
Rex K. Johnson 



Arlene Johnson 
Carl Jarvis 
Warren C. Jensen 
Gloria Dawn Jenson 
Melvin Hartvigsen 
Lauralie Jones 



Guy H. Ivins 
Norelle Jones 
Harris Jones 
Betty Henson 
Fred A. Hill 
Carolyn Johnson 



Gwenyth Jensen 
Reed F. Johnson 
Dauna Marie Jones 
Bill S. Henrie 
Marian A. Johan 
Melvin Hutchins 



Edward K. Jones 
Dorothy Hulet 
J. Kenneth Jacobsen 
Curg Johnson 
Coleen Ingebretsen 
Margaret Ann Jacobson 



is that a nice way to treat a Freshman? 





114 



a. i.i Isaacson 


Judy Hilton 




Grant Jensen 


Weston &. Jones 


Jack F. Joyner 




Rae Marie Jerling 


Dewey Jolley 


Hermalene Koew 




Rulon Hendricksen 


Nina Judk^ 


Jay Herald Jepson 




Bonnie Jean Jensen 


Go don John^-u 


Nan Kelsey 




Dean Jeffs 


Carol Kemp 

Ondelyn Jensen 


Stanley Jenkins, Jr. 
Lamarr Jensen 




Marvabeth Johnson 
Norma Jones' 


Hans P. JorgenseJ*.^ 


Fern Jan 




Acil Haslem 


Anne Juchau 


Ray Holley 
Helen Jones 




Joan Jensen 


DeLamar Jensen 




John W. Jeppson 


Kathryn Lee 
Lester L. Knight 


Bruce Jeppson 




Charlotte Konold 


Raeola Kelsey 




Kenneth Johnson 










Gordon Jenkins 


Lonnie E 


Jarnell 


Kenneth C. Irving 


LaVerne Koew 


Winston 


F. Jepson 


Vonda A. Jensen 


Charles M. Kamauoka, 


Jr. Kenna 


Johnson 


Dick A. Hansen 


Verna Karstetter 


Keith 


Jarvis 


Earl D. Jardine 


Russell L. Kern 


Bernice H. Kunkel 


William V. Ingalls 


Patricia Koyen 


Edward Q. Jensen 


Clarice Kirk 




PHhH 



115 









Douglas B. Lawson 
Luwana King 
Ray Louder 
Marjorie Kerr 
Donna Lundell 
Jack Lee 



Gordon Lee 
Shirley Lamoreaux 
Robert L. Kendall 
Thomas J. Kanipe 
Marilyn Kelley 
Gene Kunz 



Margaret Larsen 
Gordon K. Lewis 
Arna Lewis 
Bliss Koyle 
Roderick J. Long 
Carol Kay 



O. L. Lovell 
Beverly Johnson 
Robert D. Knight 
Homer Jensen 
Violet E. Larson 
Royal S. Jenson 



Donald Liston 
Claudia Knell 
William L. Knecht 
Marilyn Kennedy 
Richard Kendall 
Walter L. Johnson 



Oh! Those Cougarettes! 









116 



V. Mae Lunt 
L. Charles Larsen 
Lois J. Liddiard 
David 0. Lloyd 



John Lucer Jrr 



Ferril Losee 
Cleo Lundgren 
Carl Luce 
Hazle Marie Memmott 
Ila Jean Moon 
Nola Matkin 






Connie LeBaron 
Verr D. Leavitt 
Elbfert R. Lawrence 
R. Jack Layton 
Ruby Larsen 

■. 
■'-" -.■-'■ ' 

>i wi-^- Norma Liechty 

Leslie E. Liechty 
Vonda Long 
Van Leavitt 
Glen W. Lee 
Roy King 






- 



laxine Lamborn '• 
Lester Ludlow 

Lawrence Leavitt 
David Leavitt 
J. Gordon Knudsen 



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Roberta Lewis 
Clyde M. Knudsen 
Glenda S. Lloyd 
Uneva Litster 
Bryce C. Leavitt 
Vivian Miller 



Madelyn Mathews 
Glade A. Johnson 
Lula Marchant 
Gordon Ludlow 
Martha Maag 



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Chester P. Kocherhaus 






Samuel \V. Kelly 
Catherine Martineau 
Bob Lynn 

Wm. Doral Kemper 

William Knudsen 

Betty Morgan 

Donna Rae Labrum 
Reed B. Lance 
David E. Kiester 
Veda Vaun Levie 
Gordon R. Le Baron 
Barbara Mackenzie 




117 




Marilyn V ley 
Troy Miller 
Viola McPhie 
Richard W. McDowell 
Opal Morris 
Sam McKell 



Charles E. Mercer 
Nola Maughan 
Richard K. Laepfer 
LaMona Merrill 
Roger A. McKenzie 
Irene Matson 



Marianna Magner 
John F. Lee 
Doris June Miner 
Melvin G. Morrill 
Mary Carol Molstrom 
Leland Miller 



Orlin Madson 
Gloria Lee Moore 
Gail H. Lewis 
Mary Lou Mueller 
Hal Luke 
Carol Miller 



Dorothy Meldrum 
Verl I. Mumford 
Coy M. Mullen 
Donald E. Law 
Shirley Mackerell 
Troy Allan Mott 



Eenie, menie, minie, mo. 





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Ardi i>a>'; Meeks 
^il/eanne Milner 
Richard Maglebj 
Patsy Marlor 
Clifford Mousley 
Nola Mcintosh 






Audrey Mehl 
John Marshall 
Elizabeth McAllister 
Betty Jane McClellan 
Mark Money 
Doris Joy Myers 



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Marvin Mecham 
Genevieve McLaughlin 
Richard Dee Miller 
Jane K v Morrill 
Sherrel L. Moore 
Nadene Mitchell 



Kathryn Moore 
Stanley R. Madsen 
Grace Merrill 
Joseph A. Manzione, Jr. 
Emma Jean Maxwell 
Cal R. McAffie 



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Kenneth McBride 
Joan Maloney 
Creed Mortensen 
Irma Rachel Mejlpr 
Joyce Mower 
Kenneth R. Metcalf 



Cecil Millett 
Janet Madsen 
W. Newell Miles 
Ernest D. Messerly 
M. Norville Myers 
James L. Measom 






Doris Millard 
Charles Muklestein 
Lyle Menlove 
Walter F. Morgan 
Grant W. Mortensen 
Yvonne Monson 



Joy Marler 
Sterling L. Mason 
Betty Mae McDermott 
Floyd Moon 
Lois Mortensen 
Edmund J. McClure 

Fred Marchant 
Alta Ruth McCartney 
Don Markham 
Naone Mason 
Bert W. Marley 
Keith Markham 




GL&3 Bl Om!. 1 



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Albert I. Merrell 
Ina Morris 
Sherman Mowery 
Hazel Dawn Macdonald 
Lionel A. Martin 
LaDene Mikkelsen 



Evelyn Meaker 
Theodore E. Morgan 
Magdalene Morrill 
Joyce Mills 
Clifford L. Mayer 
Glen E. Miller 



John D. Morrill 
Maile Newton 
Irvin J. Miller 
VeLois Monson 
Carl E. Morgan 
Katherine Mecham 



Eloise Olson 
Ferrel A. Massey 
Colleen O'Toole 
Jeff W. Nichols 
Margaret Nicholes 
Wally Nielson 



Richard S. McDonald 
Jean Noble 
LaVar Meacham 
LaReece Ottesen 
Glen Ovard 
Donna Nielsen 



'With a B" 





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ivari *'. Newren 
Nadeen Odehirk 
Loren Nichols 
Lou Narramore 
Nada Oliphant 
Acel Nielson 



Laurel Nelson 
Donald L. I 
Ada Owen 
Maeser D. Okerlund 
Jeanne Olsen 
ByaftJUG. Nilsson 

Kerth M. Norton 
** , ^Shirley Nagle 
Maurice North 
Yvonne Nicholls 
Udell Poulsen 
Fay Nichols 



Cora B. Nowotny 
Blaine Ostler 
Lois Noelte 
Bob Nelson 
Mary Lou Neeley 
Jerry Olson 



Max D. Nelson 
Orcella Orwin 
Jack L. Nelson 
Beverly Nelson 
Walter P. Panteon 
i ? erly Olseii 



Jj fc 



erry 
Hellen Nielson 
L. Keith Ottesen ' 
"Tris Nielsen 
Verlin Poulsen 
Louise Pratt 









Jane Nordgren 
Bennett F Nielsen 
Betty Iris Nielson 
Robert M. Ostergaard 
Joyce Oaks 
Ralph B. Pugh 



Shirley Newell 
"'Robert B. Olsen 
Dorothy Norman 
Ralph A. Olsen 
Vera Owens 
Roger W. Parkinson 

John P. Parry 
Mary Lou Olsen 
Frank B. Nelson 
Patricia Orr 
John Merle Nielson 
Patsy Olsen 




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Dorace Pcay 
Calvin J. Pace 
Mary Louise Peterson 
Clifford Peterson 
Luana Poole 
Juel "A" Parker 



Richard Peterson 

Mariam Perry 

Malin Perry 

Ilene Potts 

R. Elwood Pace 

Vallarie Preece 



Jim L. Peterson 
Ruth Pruitt 
Vernon F. Parent 
Ruth Page 
Calvin Packard 
Elaine Pugmire 



Virginia Price 
Max D. Petersen 
Marjorie Parkinson 
Owen M. Pedersen 
Carol Rae Richardson 
Richard Reisner 



Keith G. Pederson 
Pamela Poulson 
Keith Pearce 
Jilene Peterson 
Dwayne Pace 
Donna Poulton 



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Mary Maurine Pa 

A. Curus Page 
Elizabeth Palmer 
Allen Purnell 
Bonnie Paxton 
George C. Puckett 

Leigh B. Pratt 
Lila Petersoon 
Franklin H. Quilter 
Veon Peterson 
Eugene Pulver 
LuDean Price 






Wayne C. Pomeroy 

Martha Pettijohn 

Kent R. Russell 

Beth Patterson 

Joe Rowberry 

Beverly Powell 



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Marvin Peterson 
Lois L. Parry 
Don J. Pocock 
Dorothy Richards 
Max B. Radmall 



Marilyn Rust 
Ralph Russell 
Helen Roper 
Morris Reid 
Ramona Rainwater 
Lynn Pendleton 



Lyn Riding 
Barbara Rawlings 
Keith Richardson 
Ernestine Paloni 
James L. Robertson 
Barbara Robinson 



Myrna Phippen 
Don S. Robertson 
Josephine Pierce 
Frank M. Romney 
Elizabeth Poulson 
Boyle Roberts 



Kenneth Pace 
Margaret Parker 
Calvin E. Payne 
Rosalie Robison 
Adrian J. Ryan 
Elizabeth Rhodes 



Joanne Randall 
Clifford Peterson 
Joye S. Skousen 
Garth Rogers 
Faye Rosenbaum 
Keith Scoville 




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Colleen Reber 
Coey D. Richards 
Jeanne Randall 
Jack Redford 
Lorraine Russell 
Jahal Rashitan 



Reid Richey 
Zella Richardson 
LeRoy L. Ross 
Bettie Reid 
Leon Salisbury 
Lessa Rasmussen 



Allene Rasmussen 
Preston Richards 
Alta Randall 
Bennie Var Rosenbaum 
Virginia Russell 
Alma J. Richman 



Carrol Romney 
Joyce Reid 
Varsel C. Roundy 
Shirley Robinson 
Boyd C. Rich 
DeLaine Reed 



Paul Reinties 
Ramona Ranzenberger 
Edward L. Robins 
Karl D. Sudekum 
Winifred Stapley 
Joe Sanders 



Just another of Hawkins' sea stories. 





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.Vanette Stapp 
Do>le Sv. "w 
Joy Siin 
Kenneth S. Stubbs 
Bronwyn Redford 



Donnette Stringham 
Fereydoun Saleh 
Elaine Stanger 
Ernest W. Shumwav 
Gwen Sparks 
Carl Sederholm 






Norma Schultz 
A. W. Skousen 
Marion E. Sanford 
Garth Seastrand 
Miriam Saffery 
Murray Sorensen 

Phil Snelgrove 
Nelma Raye Sturgis 




Karl J. Stott 
Margaret Schoenestra 
David A. Schulthess 
Helen Steele 



Richard G. Snow 
Colleen Smith 
William D. Sullivan 
Donna Rappleye 
Harvey Sprague 
Ruth Richmond 






Douglas H. Stewart 
Erma Jeanne Scott 
Paul Scherer 
Jean Stephenson 
Dick Seastrand 
Margaret Sanders 






Marion Strieker 
Sherman Sheffield 
Norma Smith 
Keith N. Steele 
Rosanne Sessions 
Duane Steele 



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i: 'Sutherland 

Claude Sutton, II 

Rulon Smithson 

Arthur C. Sevy 

Verne L. Sittle 

Karl Spencer 



Eugene Sturgill 
Charleen Sorensen 
Shirley Mae Turnbow 
Dale Slaugh 
Mary Turloupis 
Rex H. Tobler 




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John Swe an 
Frances Sturgill 
Dallas C. Strong 
Dolores B. Stockton 
LuDene P. Snow 
Ramona Shaw 



J. Robert Sharp 
Marie Tangren 
Don Tregaskis 
Blair Sargent 
Donna Thomander 
Vernon R. Spencer 



Marva Sorensen 
Howard J. Smith 
Fred Schow 
Nancy Taylor 
John A. Teichert 
Betty Lou Tanner 



Grant L. Stevens 
Maurine Tripp 
Garold W. Sharp 
Bruce Stevens 
Merlin Stradling 
Shirley Thompson 



Reed E. Smith 
Carmen Ursenbach 
Neil Stenquist 
Virginia Thayer 
Harold Sprouse 
John G. Tolton 



An exception to library routine. 





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K irl J. Thalman 
Colleen Tree 
Milton V. Theobald 
ReNee Thacker 
Eugene R. Valeboe 
Lucile Ursenbach 



Janice C. Tibbetts 
Dean Vernon 
Pauline Taylor 
Burton Tew, Jr. 
Inez Theobald 
Vern M. Tueller 
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David Tucker 
Dorothy Thompson 
Blair Thorpe 
Ella P. Turner 
Blaine R. Thorn 
Ruth Tolman 



'•larcia Wadley 
Don Sorensen 
Jane Whiting 
Ross D. Thurber 
Rose E. Tanner 
Clarence M. Townsend 



leon Taylor 




„ Sforma Tucker 
William Theodore 
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Galen Winsor 
Beverly Ure 



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Lloyd M. Turnbow 
Betty Vernon 
Paul Taylor 
Beverly Titten 
Regina Torres 
Mildred Teslich 

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Sylvia Warner 
HDonan C. Toland 
Joseph E. Thompson 
Dean Shaw 
Farrell Tolman 
Kent G. Taylor 












D. J. Thomas 
Don O. Thornton 
Deanne Watts 
Rodney F. Turner 
Clair G. Turner 
Theophilus Tsalaky 



Russell Taylor 
Bernece Wilson 
Mary Alice Taylor 
Gordon Waring 
Gayle Wilson 
Lewis C. Taylor 




127 




Norma Walker 
Edward Woodbury 
Joy Worthington 
Myron Walker 
Rita Ann Wilson 
Stanley L. Weeks 



Richard O. Whitehead 

Elizabeth Wagner 

Fred G. White 

Ruth Jane Wells 

Morrell Weber 

Corey Ward 



Ruth Warner 
Leland Worsencroft 
Donna Wagstaff 
Stephen O. Whitehead 
Frank C. Wynder 
Betty Lou Wyss 



Howard R. Wallace 
Lynn Willardson 
B. Ray Wood 
Florence Wagner 
Max Williams 
Kathryn Williams 



Frank H. Wirig 
Iona Anderson Ware 
John F. Wright 
Harold J. Whatcott 
Nella Winkler 
Grant G. Webster 



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.H Wheelwright 


Robert W. Wright 


jynette V, ayman 




Jack R. Wallis 


David Weiser 


Tsug^io Watanabe 




Jesse B. Wengreen 


Marva Wood 


Bla.ne J. Wasden 




Rulon Widdison 


Glen Walker 


Guy E. Wilson 




Erlene Willardson 


Pearl Warner 


Geraldine Wheadon 




Bob A. Walters 


Harold F. Western 






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Blaine Whipple 




McKell Wheelwright 


Louise Wilcox 


Arthur W. Whyte 




Vivian Walker 
Betsy Willes 


Loyal M. Whittaker 


Eula Mae Wilson 




Samuel J. Whitney 


Ray D. Westover 




DeVere E. Walker 


Ariel Williams 


Berna Wall 




Dwane Williams 


Van R. Weaver 


Scott Wolf ley 




Winslow B. Weber 


Robert C. Warner 


Genera A. 


Woolston 


Marilyn Wilcox 


Quentin Wooley 


Thurman 


Willis 


Joseph G. Willey 


Zola Waddoups 


Dilworth 


Wagner 


Grant Wyatt 


Joe B. White 


Joy Willden 


Glenna Watson 


Elma Maurine Walker 


Calvin 


Wilcox 


John Whiteley 


James Winegar 


Ross 


Wynn 


Corey Ward 


Roland Wheelwright 




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Moylen Young 
Nelda Yost 
Ramon Williams 
Paul Wainwright 



William L. Zion 
Waldo P. Call 
Dean H. Wright 
Helen Zinck 



S. McFarlane Young 
Kay I. Waite 
Louise Frandsen 
Garn G. Campbell 




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Things are taking shape. 





College humor in action. 







Publications 
Debate 



Opera and Drama 



Dances and Parties 



Assemblies 
Campus Shots 



Radio 

Music 

Lyceums 



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The yardstick of progress, placed on the dusty 
trails made by the cumbersome prairie schooner 
drawn by slow-plodding oxen of 1847 and extended 
to the hard-surfaced highways traveled by powerful, 
present-day automobiles, or railroads with sleek 
streamliners, or to the skypath of modern airplanes 
of 1947, produces a measurement unsurpassed in the 
history of time. 



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Moana Ballif, Editor 



Monday deadlines in the "Y" News office 




Claron Oakley, Managing Editor 



For a look into the affairs of B.Y.U. campus activities, pick 
up your latest copy of the "Y" News. Students and faculty mem- 
bers find these four pages, eight columns wide, a source of in- 
terest and reading enjoyment. Editorial and business staffs 
form judicious and effective policies which reflect the lofty 
standards of all departments of the University and all phases 
of campus life. They cover special features of campus activities, 
sports, art, society, drama, debate, dormitories, music, radio, 
lyceums, faculty, tradition, alumni and extra-curricular news. 



Under the editorship of Dick Rowley, Parowan, the "Y" 
News was published during the summer months for the first 
time. Moana Ballif, Provo, who was one of the co-editors of the 
News during 1945-46, succeeding Dick Rowley in September, be- 
came editor for the new school year. Claron Oakley, also of 
Provo, has served as Managing Editor of the paper. 






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With the chief responsibility of supporting publication 
funds with advertising, the business staff, headed by Bill 
Anderson, Provo, has functioned capably during the year. 
Duane Spillsbury, Los Angeles, Calif., and Ray Beckham, 
Safford, Ariz., respectively, were chosen to direct business 
activities of the paper during the two terms of Summer 
School. 

Other student journalists, active on the "Y" News staff, 
whose pictures do not appear on these two pages are: Bob- 
ette Peterson, LaMeryle Boyack, Beverly Gibbons, Jane 
Nordgren, Lois Ashby, Marjorie Millan, Alan Johnson, Jan 
Fenn, Luana Rushton, Evelyn Morgan, Marian Johan, Nate 
Hubbard, Barbara Booke, Velora Goff and Norma Anderson. 



Members of the News staff: (first row, usual order) 
Carma Rasmusson, Merci Day, Madge Ellertson, Bob Whit- 
taker, Dave Schultess; (second row) Carol Hansen, Allene 
Rasmusson, Georgia Green, LaMarr Jensen, Uneva Litser, 
Marilyn S. Yarn, Kenner Kartchner, Fredora Fuller. 




Bill Anderson, Business Manager 






Howard L. Randall, Editor 



In the basement of the Maeser Building. 




Evan K. Woolley, Assoc. Editor 



The 1947 Banyan takes pleasure in joining with thousands of 
others to pay tribute to Utah's builders. Sub-editors, photo- 
graphers, copywriters have worked diligently to compile a pic- 
torial and written record that will keep alive a host of memories 
of one year, 1947, at Brigham Young University. 

The editorial staff, headed by Howard L. Randall, Ogden, 
with Evan K. Woolley, Vernal, as associate, has endeavored to 
accomplish the following: To return to a more standard Univer- 
sity-size book, to obtain an interesting and artistic cover, to 
have a unifying theme with color and artwork, to present a 
representative and unbiased coverage of the year, and to demand 
good photography, engravings and printing. Wherein success 
was reached, the student will find enjoyment. Wherein the 
mark was missed, the staff is already cognizant. The world still 
reels from the "hang-over" of universal conflict, and headaches 
are still felt in many an obscure corner. 






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Sates 



Characterized by outstanding and beautiful signs and 
posters, the yearbook campaign, conducted under the direc- 
tion of Clinton L. Oaks, Provo, was climaxed late in Febru- 
ary by the business staff. Clive Wade, Ogden, acted as 
Associate Business Manager, and directed the staff of sales- 
men who wrote an all-high in yearbook sales. The demand 
for books nearly doubled that of the previous year and 
necessitated a waiting-list of names of students and faculty 
who wanted a yearbook should one be available. Also a 
record number of campus organizations took page-contracts 
this year. 

Those who have been active on the Banyan staff, whose 
pictures do not appear on these two pages are: Rosemary 
Bischoff, Alvin L. Gittins, Ray Gwilliam, Marielouise Evans, 
Arva Mercer, Melvin Mabey, Dan Novak and Darrel Stuart. 

Members of the Banyan Staff: (seated, usual order) 
Elaine Brown, Arlene Brient, Theresa Eckenbrecht, Edie 
Jensen, Uneva Litster, Rose Marie Brokaw, Suzanne Baker; 
(standing) Melvin Randall, Wayne Ferguson, Albert Ever- 
ett, Mary Clyde, Marilyn Haskell, Barbara Welsch, Dixie 
Nicol Black. 




Clinton L. Oaks, Business Manager 



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Wayne Carver, Editor 



During the Spring Quarter thi Wye Literary Magazine 
appeared for the second time since the war. This publication 
is sponsored by the English and Journalism Departments 
that writers and would-be writers may have an opportunity 
to compete for literary accomplishment. Winning short 
stories, poems, essays were printed in this magazine. 

Editor Wayne Carver, Assoc. Editor Shirley Mills, both 
from Ogden, and Bob Whittaker, Coalville, working with a 
capable staff, have given the University a pleasure maga- 
zine, well laid out, filled with interesting and worthwhile 
reading material. 




Bob Whittaker, Bus. Mgr. 



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Groneman, Floya 




FebruaVv D £ ^° rley " on last of 
reoiuaiy, and a so debated at 41 

bion College enroute.OthStount 
gents included: Utah Inte coH l" 

Utah 4£J ^ . g r e a . nd the A »n»al 
Utah Student Legislature. 



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cast of Characters 

Rudolph, a poet Walter P'chardson 

Mimi Care vn Welling 

Marcel, a painter Max Golightly 

Musetta Gae Peterson 

Schaunard, a musician James Richardson 

Colline, a philosopher Keith Whitney 

Benoit, the landlord Harold Brereton 

Alcindoro, Counselor of State Don Weaver 

Parpignol, the toy vendor Royal Jenson 

Custom House Sergeant Kenneth Harris 

Choruses of Hawkers, Street Arabs, Saleswomen, 
Work-girls, Students, Citizens, and Waiters. 



Don L. Earl, Director 

With a determination to revive the presenta- 
tion of opera at the University, Don L. Earl, In- 
structor in Music, worked untiringly to present, 
early in the year, Puccini's wistful "La 
Boheme." Mr. Earl, who receives his Master's 
degree this year, has had a wide variety of musi- 
cal experience, and is now planning courses in 
the study of opera, to be known as "Opera 
Workshop" to be taught next year. 





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Opera Bus® T '^J^'J*™****: - "d ' DoX" vTh* Dir6C - 
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auction its final polish. cast and chorus to give the pro- 




Cast of Characters 

Dora -- Bobby Jean Lewis 

Mrs. Edith Wilkins Veloy Singleton 

Mrs. Edith Wilkins A rta Ballif 

Miriam Wilkins Veloy Singleton 

Judge Harry Wilkins J. Robert Rest 

Ruth Wilkins Karma Jean Cullimore 

Lt. Wm. Seawright Stan Gwilliam 

Albert Kummer Craig Decker 

Martha Seawright Merial Perkins 

Sgt. Chuck Vincent Wm. Lewis, Jr 

Harold Klobbermeyer Eli Tippetts 



This romantic Broadway 
comedy, the first play of the 
dramatic season at B. Y. U., 
was chosen as one of the two 
productions to be presented 
to audiences throughout the 
State as part of the Centennial 
program. 











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Cast of Characters 

Mrs. Chichester Jenna Vee Beck 

Jarvis ----- John Nutter 

Ethel Rita Clement 

Alarice - - ....Eli Tippetts 

Christian Brent Chris Sanders 

Pe £ — - ...Jean Reese 

Montgomery Hawkes ....Evan Wimbler 

Mai d Coleen Keeler 

Jen "y - San Sorenson 



This tender story of the 
little Irish girl, one of the fa- 
vorites of the old Salt Lake 
Theatre, was revived for the 
Centennial. An opportunity to 
see this play was given drama 
fans throughout the State as 
it went on tour. 





Citizens of Provo and stu- 
dents of the University pre- 
sented at Christmas time, for 
the eighth season, this human 
drama of those who knew 
Christ. 



Cast of Characters 

Mary Kathryn B. Pardoe 

Daniel Richard Earl 

Joseph Orin Parker 

Naomi Arta Ballif 

Juda Jay Lyman 

Mary Cleophas Odessa Cullimore 

Reba Betty Bailey 

Simon Morris dinger 

James Kirk Wilkins 

Mordecai J. Robert Kest 

Selima Hanna Williams 

Amos Courtney Brewer 

Ebem Bob Brown 

Mathias Darwin Knudsen 

A Disciple George Lewis 

Hepziabah Enid Caldwell 

Appius Hadrian Dean Peterson 

Anna Betty Lou Anderson 

Rabbi Samuel Ariel Ballif 

Mendel Eugene Taylor 

Woman of Jerusalem Lona Olsen 

Mary of Magdala Louise Abegg 

Nathan Willis Waite 

Daniel, age 16 Ursel Allred 

Esther Naomi Clark 

Leban Norman Marchant 

Beulah Sariah Bushman 




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Cast of Characters 

Lord Windemere Ariel Ballif, Jr. 

Lord Darlington Howard L. Randall 

Lord Augustus Douglas Lazenby 

Mr. Cecil Graham Bruce Byland 

Mr. Dumby Max Golightly 

Mr. Hooper Fielding Abbott 

Parker, the butler Arthur Butler 

Lady Windermere Bonita White 

Duchess of Berwick Marilyn S. Yarn 

Lady Carlisle Betty Lou Anderson 

Lady Jedburgh Ramona Smith 

Lady Plymdale Beverley Langren 

Lady Stutfield Myrene Greenwell 

Mrs. Cowper Cowper Marie Dean Bybee 

Mrs. Erlynne Junella Sanford 

Rosalie, the maid Ellen Bowen 





Cast of Characters 

Flavius Aaron Card 

Marullus David Gledhill 

Julius Caesar Phil Christenson 

Calphurnia Marion Brandley 

Marcus Antionius Orin Parker 

Marcus Brutus Sherman Christenson 

Caius Cassius Parley A. Christenson 

Casca Darwin Knudsen 

Cinna Frank Nelson 

Lucius Kenneth Stubbs 

Decius Brutus Kirk Wilkins 

Trebonius Rodney Mann 

Mettelus Cimber Ariel Ballif, Jr. 

Portia Johnnie Belle Holley 

Caius Ligarius - Don Weaver 

Publius Bryce Spencer 

Popilius Lena Joseph Davis 

Octavius Caesar Eldon Payne 

M. Aemilus Lepidus Garth Allred 

Lucilius Ursel Allred 

Strato Wilford Crockett 

Servant, Soldiers, Citizens of Rome and Common- 
ers: Bob Anderson, Jay Lyman, Bob Brown, John 
Lee, Kendall Gurr, Isaac Pierce and Bruce Byland. 



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Cast of Characters 

Ai aS ^I S 'i he D i!r ector Mor riB Clinger 

Al the Stage Manager Frank Chambers 

Mary Grey (Joan) Arta BalHf 

Abby (Jacques d'Arc) Lafe Terrv 

Kay Barnes (Isabelle Romee) Maj. Sylvester 

M«n ^d- 1 (Jea " dArc ) Kenneth Stubbs 

r&m ' e Tn d A ^ C) t Mack Graham 

Chas. Ell.ng (Durand Laxart) Bryce Spencer 

Gaidei, the Electrician John Nutter 

Tessie, Ass't Stage Manager F aye Buttle 

f.W 1 ' 6 , ( ,i al " Cha i1 ier > George Lewis 

Les Ward (The Dauphin) Tell Muhlestein 

Jeffson (George de Tremoille) . J oe Lee 

Kipner (Archbishop) Darwin Knudsen 

Mnhf ( M U "u S) V Sanford Bingham 

Noble (La Hire) Heber w * , 

Qunke (St. Michael) Cortney Brewer 

Miss Reeves, the Costumer Margaret Nelson 

Miss Sadler (St. Margaret) Lucile Thorne 

Champlain (Executioner) Cal Bee 





This currently popular New- 
York play was presented to 
Provo audiences through the 
cooperation of the Provo 
Players' Guild and the B.Y.U. 
Speech Department. 



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Cast of Characters 

Mr. Manningham Eldon M. Payne 

Mrs. Manningham Elaine Erickson 

Nancy Dayma G. Johnson 

Elizabeth Sariah Bushman 

Rough Douglas Lazenby 





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Cast of Characters 

Socrates Junior Wid Tingey 

Aristophanes Junior Al Everett 

Euripedes .j ay Lyman 

^ odlac Melvin Mabey 

Arcella . Pat Critchlow 

Iphegema Jeannie Taylor 

f elen Junella Sanford 

tf e --■ Elaine Erickson 

Narrator Kenner Kartchner 

gimitrius Marc Law 

Prometheus John Lee 

Marcus Karl Farnsworth 

H u s ... Gordon Wright 

Math Teacher Don Weaver 

Language Teacher Dale Johnson 

Girls: Elaine Bright. Edith Bright, Vicki Smith, 
Felice Swain, LaRae Peck, Libby Zundell, 
Louise Abegg, Jean Clark, Virginia Bird, 
Natalie Hubbard, Luana Rushton, Ella Rose 
Hinckley, Betty Jo Hawkins. 
Boys: Wylie Swapp, Rodney Mann. 



"Doin's at the Ruins," a Grecian fantasy, 
was chosen by the Student council as the 
winning Varsity Show script. The musical 
comedy about school life was written and dir- 
ected by Moana and Ariel Ballif. Agnes Jen- 
sen acted as musical director for the "doin's." 




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With Chairman Orin D. Parker, St. 
Anthony, Idaho, as supervisor of the annual 
Homecoming Day, an active committee 
planned and produced an event-filled day of 
varied activities. Mid-morning — a long, 
colorful line of floats slowly moved along 
University Avenue. Mid-afternoon — a shrill 
whistle heralded the kick-off of the Home- 
coming game between the Cougars and 
Buffaloes of Colorado University. Two hours 
later — a jubilant crowd of Cougar fans cele- 
brated a victory. Midnight — students, fac- 
ulty, alumni and friends completed a happy 
day of reunion as the orchestra played the 
last dance of the Homecoming Ball. 

Committee members pictured here are: 
(seated) Ellen Ashworth, Orin D. Parker and 
Marion Jones ; (standing) Reed Benson, Joyce 
Whiting and Melvin Mabey. Ofner members 
of the committee were: Bill Daniels, Jean 
Reese, Dick Rowley and Dean Gray. 




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Cougarettes have bridged time between 
halves at many a game with their precision 
marching and letter-forming. Here the cam- 
era catches them at the Homecoming game. 





All kinds of floats make a parade : Gossmer 
floats with beautiful girls, floats with a pur- 
pose or a lofty idea, floats hastily prepared or 
elaborately planned, floats with humor and 
floats risque. Yes, this was a parade. 



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Oh, to be a judge, but not at a parade. Well, 
anyway, two choices for winning floats were 
made — for beauty and for humor: Val Norn 
(below) captured the first, and Lambda Delta 
Sigma (upper left) "walked away" with the 
latter. 





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Annually the Sophomore 
Class sponsors a dance. One 
dollar admittance is charged 
each person who attends. The 
purpose behind it is to raise 
money which is put into a 
fund to be loaned to students 
who are in need. Thus you 
see why it is called the 
Sophomores' Loan Fund Ball. 
Last year, however, the Sopho- 
more Class gave the money 
to the Student Union Build- 
ing drive. The Fund was 
added to again this year to 
increase the total loanable 
money. 

Class President Bruce Tan- 
ner was general chairman of 
the event. Fred Bushnell, 
Dance Chairman, is pictured 
at right with Clare Stoddard 
who was in charge of the as- 
sembly. Carol Broackbank, 
Miriam Christiansen and 
Alma Snow directed other 
parts of the event. 




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As has been the custom throughout the years, the 
Banyan Ball climaxes an intensified campaign of year- 
book sales. This year the deadline on sales was Febru- 
ary twenty-first. On the following evening Miss Calleen 
Robinson, Utah's Centennial Queen, reigned at the 
traditional Banyan Ball. Pictured below, at the left, 
she is shown with her attendants and Dr. William J. 
Snow, Professor Emeritus. 

Clinton L. Oaks, Business Manager, directed the acti- 
vities of Banyan Week. Dave Swenson, pictured be- 
low with his committee, was chairman of the dance. He 
was also assisted by Ariel Ballif , Jr. and Anne Greaves. 




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The annual Preference Ball, sponsored 
by the Associated Women Students 
allows the girls to invite the fellow 
"with whom they'd most like to be seen 
at a dance" as their escorts for the 
evening. They also choose a "most pre- 
ferred man on campus." Two close con- 
tenders for this honor were Homer 
Christensen and Paul Andrus, pictured 
below with their charming partners, 
Junella Sanford and Agnes Jensen. 



Quite according to custom 
the fellow stands nonchalantly 
by while his lady exchanges 
dances. He also lets her take 
care of such incidentals as taxi 
fare, a boutonnier and mid- 
night supper. 




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Prom Business Manager Clinton L. Oaks 
(left) and Jim Winterton, in charge of re- 
freshments at the dance, pose for publicity 
shots with Class Secretary Joyce Whiting 
and Ann Greaves, publicity chairwoman. 



Who puts the stars in the sky, hung 
the moon in its place, gave Saturn her 
rings ? Well, Verda may not have done 
that, but she gives the telescope its 
final touch, so that one can take a peek 
at those glittering celestial bodies. 




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A young lady (Junella Sanford), in search of a mood 
for a dance, is taken by the assembly narrator (Ariel 
Ballif, Jr.) to a heavenly realm where gilded Adronis 
holds high over his head a revolving silvery sphere. 
Amid clusters of mammoth balloons, surrounded by 
clouds of mist, he shows the young lady themes in song 
and dance. Attentively she watches, then fascinated 
by a group of gilded dancing girls, she chooses the 
theme they gracefully interpret — "an atmosphere for 





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A dainty silver identification bracelet, engraved 
with the words "Jr. Prom '47" and crested with a cov- 
ered wagon, was presented to the ladies as the favor 
of the evening. The elegance of formal attire, the soft 
lights and the sweet music by Verdi Breinholt com- 
bined gave "atmosphere" to a Junior Promenade. 




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Traditional "Y" Day, sponsored by A.M.S., 
this year had for its project the repairing 
and the cementing of the big emblem on the 
mountainside. Seniors were in charge of ce- 
menting the block letter. Juniors did the 
whitewashing. Sophmores made general re- 
pairs, and Freshmen had as their job the re- 
moval of all vegetation from the immediate 
area. Long bucket brigades were made up 
the mountain slope, and with wholesale co- 
operation the job was soon completed as 
everyone from the smallest freshman to 
Chairman Frank Taylor worked hard, per- 




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A cosmopolitan theme invaded the Smith 
building at the A. M.S. Carnival. Booths were 
set up by geographic clubs, service organiza- 
tions and social units, and they varied from 
marriage booths and fortune-telling gypsies 
to booths of eats and refreshments. Dale 
King, the chairman, claimed a financial suc- 
cess with all proceeds added to the growing 
Student Union Building fund. 





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The judges rightly saw spots 
before their eyes — large, polka 
dots — when they selected 
these loudly-dressed charac- 
ters from the motley assembl- 
age at the Scandal Party. 
Sports Editor Knute Hatch 
presents the winners with the 
prizes of the evening for their 
"distinctive" costumes. 



The "Y" News Scandal Dance, presented this 
year for the first time since the beginning of the 
war, is a revision of an old tradition. Couples came 
attired in color combinations never before seen in 
public places — we hope. Outlandish colors, dots 
and stripes put in a very noticable appearance. 
Flowers with plaids and greens with blues were 
the order of the evening. Nanette Stapp and Emily 
Hamill were co-chairwomen for the dance assisted 
by Bill Anderson and Knute Hatch. 




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Costumes usually bring 
laughs or jeers, but to these 
co-eds, pictured to the right, 
costumes brought some special 
prizes for their efforts. Some 
characters from "dog patch," 
funniest in the ballroom, walk- 
ed away with a big decorated 
cake. Two perky sunflowers 
cleverly took another. One 
more big cake, also marked 
"Prize Winner, A.W.S. Co-ed 
Ball," was awarded some beau- 
tiful escapees from a Sultan's 
harem. That's right. B.Y.U. 
gals know how to "dress up" to 
"take the cake !" 




For girls only— that's the A.W.S. Co-ed Ball. 
Heard as the best party of the year, the B.Y.U. 
Co-eds entertained themselves in the balloon-dec- 
orated Jos. Smith Building — a strictly costume 
affair. There was juke box music for dancing, and 
soda pop, hot dogs and ice cream cones gave re- 
freshment to "dog patchers," "darkies," "ghosts" 
and others. Newspaper comic cut-outs set the 
atmosphere for a lot of fun and frolic — that was 
the Co-ed Ball. 




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Class parties, making a bid for popularity this year, regularly found 
a prominent spot on campus schedules. Sophomores and Seniors, Juniors 
and Freshmen mixed together, then changed about, giving each class an 
evening to join another class to become acquainted. We remember such 
parties as the Junior-Senior Beach Head, the Sophomore-Freshmen Bury- 
the-Hatchet Party, the Shoeless Shuffle, etc. Barn dances, costume balls, 
holiday frolics, sport dances were the trend to allow a jovial atmosphere 
for carefree fun and relaxation. 




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After rugged hours of study, exams and theme- 
writing, give me an old plaid shirt, a pair of baggy 
trousers, good eats available and a mixed group 
where informality permits for ease. Plaids, checks 
and stripes, levis and slacks, boys wearing girls' 
attire or vice versa typified the costume and man- 
ner of class parties. 





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Sunday on the hill is marked with varied 
religious activities where those who do not 
associate themselves with churches in Provo 
can partake of the spirit of worship in the 
lovely Smith building. Our camera catches 
some of the activities of the day on which 
Easter was observed. Elder David 0. McKay 
of the First Presidency is shown as the spea- 
ker. Seated to his left are members of the 
Sunday School Superintendency : Gordon 
Hawkins, Stan Gwilliam, Howard N. Page and 
Norma Abegg. 








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With an ever-increasing group of students and friends gather- 
ing around the "fireside" at the Smith building on Sunday 
evenings, it became necessary to offer a varied program of 
religious and cultural activities. Now one group discusses 
religious principles and problems (above) with Dr. Russel B. 
Swenson as discussion chairman. Another group interested in 
music can hear the recorded works of the masters which are 
played by Joyce Hall in the banquet room (below). For those 
interested in drama and literary work there is a group who 
listen to current popular comedies or classical tragedies as 
presented by members of Mask Club. Here, to the left, Chris 
Sanders is giving a scene from "Heaven Can Wait." And 
should you choose, you might watch movie films of foreign 
countries and people, or listen to a book review. And there 
is always some community singing and a prayer to close the 
Sunday on the hill. 




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We may divide the day up into its parts 
when we eat, sleep or study. We add to that 
the classes we are taking, and increase it 
for time coming to and going from classes, 
but somewhere there is an elusive minute or 
two which is not accounted for in the daily 
schedule. Where are those minutes? What 
does one do with them? Let the camera 
catch a few of them for you : 



Tausigs, pictured upper left, enjoy the 
leisure pastime of sitting on the lawn idly 
talking to pretty girls. The picture below 
presents a sight rarely to be seen — a line of 
people. Many an ex-G.I. left the service 
to escape just such a fate — the inevitable 
standing in line. This particular line ends 
in the chow hall, but we didn't have chow 
cards on our "tin can!" Still another line, 
below, is registration day. If one didn't get 
a college education at school this year, he at 
least tried most of the ways of being regis- 
tered. It is hoped a successful way was 
reached thru experimentation. 



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Still checking for those spare moments? 
Well, balmy weather brings many things out 
in the springtime, even the Spanish class 
came out to study on the lawn. Yet fair 
weather or foul, some people— like Ralph- 
seem to enjoy themselves anytime. And with 
still a few minutes unaccounted for, don't 
forget those casual chats where one gets in- 
evitably involved, but then if it is with 
"Coke" then who minds ? Not I. 







Here about the campus one finds groups of stu- 
dents organized to give service to you and your 
needs. True. It may be that you only need a milk- 
shake to tide you over until dinner. Yet you may 
have been borrowing a text for that class in Brown- 
ing from Britsch, or maybe you are using the one 
in the Provo library, but now that the order of 
texts have come in, well, why not get that book on 
the G. I. Bill at the bookstore? And if you have 
escaped the flu during those cold winter months, 
then tell me how you did it, but otherwise I'm 
sure you let the nurse or the doctor at the medical 
center take your pulse and temperature, give you 
a box of pills, and send you home to bed. 





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Have you ever thought of the library as a place to study? Located 
therein are those who will gladly assist you in tracking down in- 
formation on the love life of a Paramecium or the folklore of the 
Australian aborigimes. They handle daily the hundreds of books 
which go out onto the study desks of "Y" students. 

If you blessed the telephone strike because it gave you a little 
peace and quiet, then didn't you also reach for that instrument twentv 
times a day? These two girls (left) cheerfully remained at the 
switchboard to keep mtra-college communications open. For your 
information, the switchboard is on second floor in the Maeser build- 

The local newspaper from your home town carried an article about 
you being chosen as the lead in the latest dramatic production. How 
you ask, did they know about it even before you had had time to 
write your folks? The Public Relations Bureau (below) daily writes 
and sends out news stories on campus activities, college people and 
faculty. These articles go to all interested papers even as far 
as your home town paper there in Possum Trot. 




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KBYU, the first college radio station west of the Mississippi to 
become a full member of the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System, 
broadcasts each evening of the school week from eight to ten from 
College Hall on an assigned frequency of 660 kilocycles. As the 
laws governing this station restrict its broadcast to only those 
dormitories occupied by students, the programs from KBYU can be 
heard at Knight Hall, Allen Hall and Wyemount Village. A variety 
of evening entertainment is heard, and regularly scheduled sports 
news, news casts and recorded programs are also broadcast at other 
periods of the day. KBYU, operated entirely by students interested 
in radio work, provides a workshop from which comes those pro- 
grams heard on "College Varieties" over KOVO and "Utah Universi- 
ties on the Air" over KSL. 




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"From the stage of the beautiful Joseph Smith auditorium, College 
Varieties presents . . . ," and so goes the program each Wednesday 
afternoon at six-thirty over Station KOVO. A fifteen minute radio 
show, sponsored by KBYU, gives to the listening audience of cen- 
tral Utah a variety of programs: quiz shows, round table discus- 
sions, talent parades, musical entertainment in both the popular 
and classical fields, and above all an insight into college life. From 
the time the raido audience and the show waits out those few hushed 
minutes before taking the air until the technician in the control room 
signals that its all over, announcers, artists, technicians, production 
manager, all cooperate to present a lively, entertaining program or 
a serious, intelligent discussion of current problems. 

Among the many who work with these radio programs are Dewain 
Silvester, President of KBYU. Bill Lewis, director of College Varie- 
ties; and Orin D. Parker, production manager for KBYU. 




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The Varsity Band, organized for the first time this year for the purpose of giving ser- 
vice as well as to obtain musical experience, played at football and basketball games during 
the respective seasons, and participated in other school functions. Norman Hunt, grad- 
uate student of music, led the band of fifty-nine members. They appeared in a concert on 
the fifth of March, and also played at the invitational track meet and the annual jamboree 
with the Training School during the spring months. 




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The Women's Glee Club and the Men's Glee Club have done a noteworthy job this year 
in furnishing music for weekly devotionals, special concerts and general public appear- 
ances. The male Glee Club presented a centennial concert on the second of March in the 
Provo Tabernacle. The Women's Glee Club gave a concert later in the season They com- 
bined with all singing groups on the campus in rendering the sacred music for the Saturday 
session of April conference at the tabernacle in Salt Lake City. A fourth singing organiza- 
tion, composed of special groups and soloists, came into existence late spring and are known 
as the Symphonic Singers. 




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Dr. Franklin Madsen, with his wide experience as a conductor in the United States and Europe and 
with his extensive educational background, has created within the Music Department of the Brigham 
Young University a noted degree of excellence in choral music. Dr. Madsen has also been teaching, until 
recently, at the Chicago College of Music during the summer months, and has toured Europe as a musician 
on three different occasions. 

The combined choruses of the men and women's glee clubs, as well as other students interested in vocal 
music, are known as the Concert Chorus. This group, directed by Dr. Franklin Madsen and Dr. Florence 
Jepperson Madsen, has been praised highly for their appreciation of choral singing and the refined quality 
they display in singing classical and church music. On December fifteenth this group (pictured on these 
pages) presented their annual Christmas concert to a large audience of music lovers. . . . 




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. . . the chorus, accompanied by the University's Symphony Orchestra, presented to an equally enthus- 
iastic audience on the ninth of March the famed Handel's "Messiah." And during the entire year they 
have contributed greatly to devotional assemblies, special church services and programs. To climax the 
year the Concert Chorus presented Mendelssohn's "Elijah." 

Dr. Florence Jepperson Madsen shares with her husband the commendation and praise for their ac- 
complishments in vocal music, and is tireless in her efforts to further good music at the University. Dr. 
Madsen is a member of the General Board of the Relief Society as well as director of the Singing Mothers 
of the Church. She has two doctor's degrees in music and musical education. 



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The Brigham Young University Band, directed by Dr. John 
R. Halliday (insert), opened its 1946-47 season by playing in the 
Salt Lake Tabernacle in August at the Utah Education Associa- 
tion Convention (pictured below). A calendar filled with con- 
certs and public appearances followed. On November 1.1th a 
concert was given in the Smith building with Henry Cowell, 
American composer and musician, as guest soloist. The group 
has taken an important part in the Centennial celebration by 
giving eleven concerts during a four-day tour through southern 
Utah. Individual members of the band achieved distinction — 
three members played in the Utah Symphony, and the composi- 
tion of one member was played by the group. Dr. Halliday, upon 
the absence of Dr. Gerrit de Jong, was appointed acting Dean of 
the College of Fine Arts. 



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The Symphony Orchestra, under the baton of Lawrence Sar- 
doni (insert), has had an active year of concerts, radio appear- 
ances, etc. They have given three concerts in Provo, one in Mt. 
Pleasant, and have appeared on radio broadcasts over KSL and 
KOVO. The orchestra played for the student opera "La Boheme" 
(pictured above), and with the Concert Chorus presented the 
"Messiah." In late winter the eminent violinist, Eugene Andrie, 
appeared with the orchestra in concert. At this same concert 
one of the compositions of Dr. Leroy J. Robertson, now on leave 
of absence from the University, was played by the orchestra. Miss 
Katherine Hess, violinist, and Crawford Gates, composer-pianist, 
have also been featured as student soloists with the orchestra. 






The world-renowned Philadelphia Orchestra, making its only public performance in 1946 in the inter-mountain region, 
thrilled a capacity audience in the Joseph Smith auditorium on the thirty-first of May when it performed under the baton 
of Alexander Hilsberg. Two of the favorites from their program were Brahms Symphony No. 4 in B Minor, and Richard 
Strauss' tone poem, "Death and Transfiguration," Opius 24. Students and faculty members of the University, music lovers 
of Provo and many from surrounding cities were permitted this rare pleasure through the efforts of the Lyceum com- 
mittee headed by Dean Herald R. Clark. This concert climaxed the 1945-46 Lyceum season. 

The eighth annual music festival, held during the summer months of 1946, featured the Roth Quartet. They played 
the six Mozart Quartets dedicated to Haydn. Other artists who shared the spotlight were Carl Fuerstner, concert 
pianist, Frances Watkins, operatic soprano, and Carlos Alexander, eminent baritone. Also in connection with the 
Music Department of the University, Mr. Alexander produced parts of three operas. They were Carmen, Die 
Fledermaus and Cosi Fan Tutte. The summer audience also heard the English Duo, Viola Morris and Victoria Anderson; 
Bertram W. Haigh, hornist. Emma Jane Randalle, monologist; and Dr. Edwin Mims who conducted a series of five 
lectures. 



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The 1946-47 Lyceum series brought many outstanding personalities and artists to the cultural program. Some of 
those not pictured on these pages, were: Guiomar Novaes, Brazilian pianist; Dr. Merryle S. Rukeyser, financial writer; 
Ernst Wolff tenor; Grisha Goluboff, violinist; Dr. Gabor de Besseney, lecturer; Marcel Dupre, French organist; Joseph 
Schuster, cellist. Dr. T. V. Smith, lecturer from University of Chicago; Dorothy Crawford, monologist; Etham Colton, 
author; Gnller Quartet from England; Mischel and Jan Cherniavsky, cellist and pianist; Alfred Mirovitch, pianist; Bush 
Opera Quartet; Dr. A^ M Harding, President of the University of Arkansas; Pasquier Trio; Don Blanding, vagabond 
poet; Rabbi Ernest Trattner, lecturer; Rita Hume, lecturer; and the Edwin Strawbridge Ballet. 

Un April 16, 1947 the Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra, directed by the noted conductor, Dimitri Mitropoulos, gave 
two performances, a matmee and evening concert. Thus within a year's time two noted orchestras were brought to 
Frovo to give concerts. This opportunity, to hear the best in symphonic music performed by famed musicians, does not 
come olten JNow it is learned that during the ninth annual music festival the Los Angeles Philharmonic will be fea- 
tured in eight symphonic concerts during the summer. 



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The influence of the words of the Lord to the 
early pioneers "to praise Him with singing, with 
music, with dancing, with a prayer of praise and 
thanksgiving" gave rise to recreation such as the 
square dances, song festivals, husking bees, quilt- 
ings, etc. Today under the influence and inspiration 
of God's great out-of-doors, recreation takes the 
form of hiking, sailing, skiing, fishing and a general 
trend toward wholesome outdoors activities. 



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Cheerleaders : Dean Gray (above) and Karl Thalman. 







"Eddie" Kimball (above), Director of Athletics, came 
back from the Navy to take over the job of shaping up BYU's 
first postwar football team. Charles J. Hart (upper left), 
known as "Chick," heads the departments of Physical Educa- 
tion, and Ferron C. Losee (lower left), nicknamed "Los," 
holds the new office of Graduate Manager of Athletics, and 
puts in long hours worrying about transportation as well 
as game schedules. The streamlined Athletic Council, pic- 
tured below, irons out the intricacies of athletic schedules, 
programs and policy. To these men fall the large share 
of the responsibility of bringing to you your recreation, 
whether as a spectator or participant. 



Athletic Council : 
(seated) Kiefer B. 
Sauls, Parley A. 
Christensen, Floyd 
Millet, Eddie Kim- 
ball, Dr. Ariel Bal- 
lif; (standing) Fer- 
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Young, C. L. Jen- 
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We Beat C. U. 



Merle Decker 

Half Back 



It was a good year for the Cougar football squad ... we didn't win 
manv games . . . our conference standing wasn't exactly on top of the 
heap at the end of the season . . . but this year football meant more than 
scoring the upper brackets. Were you at the homecoming game, scream- 
ing Your lungs out, when Reed Nilsen booted over that beautiful field 
goal'to win a last minute 10-7 Cougar victory? ... or were you in the AC 
stands while our team was fighting its heart out in a scoreless tie in the 
US AC home stadium? ... or were you one who. even when we lost a 
game, left the stadium feeling victorious anyway, because you saw down 
on that gridiron an exhibition of the very best in Cougar spirit, saw a team 
of men fighting for every inch the opposing team gained, never taking the 
easy way out when defeat was imminent ? . If you were one of those, you 
saw the spirit of champions displayed in your team, and you were proud 
that vour team showed courage in the face of odds, and you knew that next 
vearit would be a different story when the conference standings were 
totalled. Yes. this was a good year for the Cougar football squad. 







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The men who carried the ball for our school were a rugged bunch. 
Most of them had just returned from military service, a few of those had 
played on service teams, others hadn't even seen a gridiron during the 
years they were in the armed forces. Some had played in the "Y" stadium 
back in 1942, others had recently graduated from high schools, where they 
had starred as centers, linemen, or backs. When pre-season training 
started, players began arriving from far-distant points. From the west 
coast came two men who put the flash into our team's punch, Merle Decker 
and Scotty Deeds. New Jersey sent us Jim Keitzman, a hard-hitting end, 
and from "south of the border," Arizona loosened up with a stellar tackle, 
Kimball Merrill. Fielding Abbott earned four letters in Nampa High, 
up in Idaho, before taking over our center position. Another Idaho man, 
Marcel Chatterton. held down our fullback position. Utah put in her 
share of stars with Thayne Stone, Powerhouse Larry Reed, Rex Olsen, 
and even from Provo we got blue-ribbon stock, including Guard Owen 
Dixon, "Big Dimp" Stan Stapley, and our captain, All-Conference Reed 
Nilsen. These boys play well together, but oh how rough they play ! 

And Wyoming, too... 



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. . . Tied with the Aggies 

Talk about erratic seasons! So we begin by romping over Western 
States (13-2) to open the season, then drop three straight games to Mon- 
tana (12-13), Denver (13-26), and the Utah Redskinners (6-35). And 
then came our Homecoming— just as we started feeling despondent. Sev- 
eral unusual things happened that day: first, the weather was perfect; 
second, the Homecoming parade was a huge success ; third, as we BYU'ers 
were dying a slow death from exhaustion at seeing our team beat itself 
to a heartbreaking (7-7) tie with Colorado U., Reed Nilsen exploded with 
a beautiful field goal for a (10-7) victory in the last minutes of play. A 
week after Homecoming our boys flew to San Jose to receive a (14-0) 
shellacking from the Dons. They came back then to wreak revenge on 
luckless Wyoming to the tune of a (6-3) win. We were proud of our team 
then and even prouder the next Saturday as they raised a concrete de- 
fense to hold the powerful USAC team to a scoreless tie. At Fort Collins, 
Colorado, our courageous Cougars ground Colorado A & M under (20-6), 
and then, just to fill out the season, the team journeyed to El Paso to stop 
the Texas Mines (14-13) ! 



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Quarterback 




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<**s** 




Earl Imboden 

Tackle 



Our annual "grudge-game" with Utah turned the other way this year. 
In 1942 the Cougars scalped the Indians (12-7), so perhaps it was no more 
than right to concede them a game this year, even if we did have to bow 
under a (6-35) score. Utah had a good team and some good luck to go 
with it. Next year it may be a different story, if we get back team mem- 
bers such as the Arizona boys Pete Skousen, John Schwantes and obstacle- 
climber Dwight Stapley. We're hoping Idaho will continue to send us 
men like Jack Price and Glen Oliverson, the quarterback from Preston; 
that California will send Earl Imboden and George back. With Don Bushore, 
the pass-snagger from New Jersey, we'll be seeing his buddy Lyle Roller, 
of Salt Lake City. Utah will of course bring out first rate material, as we 
have seen already in Gary Whiting and Glen Clark, the Springville boys ; 
and in Tooele Terror Horace Gillespie, Gale Holt from Riverton and Morris 
Gardner of Coalville. From "down south" we get Max Shifrer, of Price 
an ex-bombardier ; and Bruoe Osborne from Beaver. They even come from 
places like Riverton and Helper, as did Tackle Gale Holt and Pete Liapis. 

And lost to the U. 



199 



Here's to B. Y. U. 



Coach Eddie Kimball had a tough job ahead of him in September. For 
four long years there weren't enough men in BYU to challenge the girls 
to a game of badminton . . . and then came the flood of manpower released 
by the sudden end of the hostilities. Veterans flocked to the campus, over- 
flowing classrooms, crowding dormitories, and eager to get into any kind 
of sports activity. After Eddie Kimball, himself just released from the 
Navy, saw a hundred-odd volunteers turn out for football practice, he 
realized what a job it was going to be to pick out the few who would "click" 
as a team. There weren't many lettermen among the group, and even of 
those lettermen present, some were getting pretty old for the strains of 
line-bucking and broken field running. Hours of strenuous practice grad- 
ually brought out differences in individual ability, and the squad began 
to take shape. More hours brought out many different combinations of 
players until finally Coach Kimball and his assistants had the combination 
they wanted to represent the best that BYU had to offer, to oppose the 
strong teams offered by all the other Big Seven schools. Thirty-six men 
made the grade for the first team. They were the Cougars. 



Lyle Koller 

Quarterback 







Quartet" 




Morris Gardner 

End 



200 




Captain Reed Nilsen 



From the capable hands of star Reed Nilsen, 
Provo, leadership of the Cougar football squad 
went, by popular acclaim of his team mates, 
to Fielding Abbot, Boise, Idaho, who will cap- 
tain next year's team from his position as 
center. 



Captain-elect Fielding Abbot 





Floyd Richardsen 

End 



Fred Whitney 

Fullback 



George Imboden 

Quarterback 



Keith Deeds 

Guard 



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FOOTBALL SQUAD— (first row, usual order) Glen Clark, Rex Olsen, John Schwan- 
tes, Fielding Abbott, Owen Dixon, Larry Reed,, Kimball Merrill, Marcel Chatterton, Hor- 
ace Gillespie, Pete Liapis; (second row) Art Gilbert-trainer, Dwight Stapley, Merle Dec- 
ker, Scotty Deeds, Jim Keitzman, Reed Nilsen, Marion Tree, Pete Skousen, Lyle Roller, 
Stan Stapley ; (third row) Floyd Richardson, Gary Whiting, Dick Murdock, Max Call, 
Morris Gardner, Earl Imboden, Eddie Kimball-head coach ; (fourth row) Wayne Soffe- 
coach, Jack Price, Max Shifrer, Glen Oliverson, Thayne Stone, Gale Holt, Don Bushore, 
Bruce Osborne, Ferron C. Losee-athletics manager. 




COACHING STAFF— Floyd Millet; Eddie Kimball, head 

coach; Wayne Soffe; Art Gilbert, trainer; Steve Mavrakis, 
line coach. 




As the 1947 Basketball season opened, these cagers: 
Ivan Beem, Brady Walker, Junior Child, Jay Jensen, Randy 
Clark, Joe Weight and Dwane Esplin, in order left to right, 
dribbling toward the camera, started the spirited basket- 
ball year. 



BASKETBALL TEAM— (Kneeling) Jay Jensen, Dwane Esplin, Randy Clark, Ray Fulmer, 
Ed Hale, Jack Whipple, Joe Winters ; (Standing) Joe Nelson, Morris Gardner, Joe Weight, Brady 
Walker, Ivan Beem, Junior Child, and Floyd Millet, coach. 






Brady Walker 

Guard 



Joe Weight 

Forward 



Junior Child 

Center 



n Springville's gym 



"Erratic" was the word most used in des- 
cribing our team. Over the whole season the 
win-lose bogey trailed the team. First, we 
rolled over Arizona State 41-54, then lost to 
Tempe 58-55 and beat them the next night 
33-52. 




A close game with Washington State ended 
with BYU on the bottom 50-49, so we floored 
them the next night 38-44 to win. Our team 
came from Mesquite, Nev.— Brady Walker, 
Claremont, Calif. — Junior Child, and Provo 
came through with Joe Weight. 



204 



Next came another win from Idaho South- 
ern 39-50, and a win and a loss in the Reno 
tourney — USF bowed to a 36-45 victory, and 
the Cougars in turn dropped to University 
of Nevada 50-32. The team went east then . . . 




... to lose to a couple of the nation's strong- 
est teams, Long Island U. and Western Ken- 
tucky State, but cooled Temple U. 55-57 in 
Philly. Nelson and "Randy", Utah men, and 
Jay Jensen, Pocatello, were in there for our 
team. 



. . . we played our games 




Joe Nelson 

Forward 



Randy Clark 

Forward 



Jay Jensen 

Guard 



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Dwane Esplin 

Forward 



Guard 



n/7n n 



Ray Fulmer 

Forward 



We won a few . . . 



Utah came down to Springville to win their 
"grudge game" with us 62-54, but we had 
smothered Colorado Aggies 47-69, continuing 
our win-lose streak. In Salt Lake our team 
still wasn't "clicking" as Wyoming chalked up 
a 51-44 victory. 





Coach Millet tried all his players in every 
position trying to get the right combina- 
tion. . . . Among the best were Dwane Esplin, 
St. George, and Freshmen Jack Whipple of 
Provo and Ray Fulmer from "out thar in 
Delta." 



After suffering defeat from Colorado U. 
54-44, and losing a heart-breakingly close 
game to Denver U. 49-51, we cheered even 
harder when we came out on top of the USAC 
with a comfortable margin of points. 




The odds were against us from the begin- 
ning. Our team had been formed from scratch, 
without vital experience, and not even a home 
floor to practice on. Among our players who 
never stopped trying were Ed Hale, Morris 
Gardner, and Ivan Beem. 



and lost some, too. 




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Morris Gardner 

Forward 



Ivan Beem 

Center 



Ed Hale 

Guard 




JR. VARSITY BASKETBALL SQUAD— Evan Neilsen, Widstoe 
Shumway, Mel Hutchins, Morris Gardner, Paul Davis, Jay Hamblin, Ted 
Thiel. 



A lithe and powerful cougar with rippling fur, flashing green eyes and 
snarling fangs looks out at you now from the long-empty mascot cage. 
The mascot, Mary Lou, is a three-year old cougar weighing one hundred 
and fifteen pounds captured in Sweet Creek Canyon, near Spanish Fork, 
by a hunting party of nine men headed by Oscar Hansen, veteran sports- 
man of Provo. A reward of seventy-five dollars had been offered prior 
to Homecoming Day, but it wasn't until early January that Mary Lou ac- 
cepted this emblematic honor. It is said that by gridiron season this fall 
this animal will be more tame and agreeable to public appearances. 




208 










SKIING 



Along about the first of March, even ear- 
lier, our school blossomed out in white. 
Bandages suddenly became commonplace, 
and conversation called into usage such words 
as splints, crutches, canes, casts, etc., inter- 
mingled with a common denominator — ski- 
ing, the popular winter sport. Each Tues- 
day, Thursday and Saturday the skiing class 
took off for Timp Haven and new thrills. A 
few students came back whole. The newly- 
organized ski club added to the casualty lists, 
and as that list grew, so grew enthusiasm for 
the sport. No thrill can compare with the 
rushing glide down a long hill trusting to 
luck, providence and a couple of boards strap- 
ped on one's feet. Dangerous? Not if one 
can stay on his feet. It's simple. Try it 
sometime for added enjoyment. 




209 



BOXING 



The newly-organized Brigham Young University 
boxing team made a name for themselves this season. 
After rolling over local opposition, the Cougar team 
added to their laurels by sending a goodly number of 
leather-pushers to the AAU tourney. Coach Wayne 
Soffe had some good material to begin with, and used 
it to best advantage. Experience gained this year 
should put BYU on top of the heap in next year's 
"manly art of self-defense" tangle. 











BOXING SQUAD: (From left to right) Norman Cardall, Jerry 
Olson, Dorian Toland, Lowell Bonnett, Horace Gillespie, Floyd Rich- 
ardson, Zana Marsden, DeLamar Jensen, Keith Wilson, David Leavitt, 
Cliff Olmstead, Byron Williams. 







210 




WRESTLING 



The first Cougar wrestling team, since 1943, 
had a tough season this year. One letterman, 
Marion Tree, returned to the mat from the past 
year. Our grapplers lacked woefully in exper- 
ience. They lacked nothing in distinction, how- 
ever, when it came to that final strain and ability 
to take a loss gracefully. By the end of the sea- 
son the wrestlers began to show real promise. 
Next year should bring out the best the squad has 
to offer. We're proud of our team. 




WRESTLING SQUAD: (Seated, left to right) 
Karl Adams, Marion Tree, Alvin Dalley, Calvin 
Pace, Walt Reimschiissel, George Hawks; (Stand- 
ing) Reed Nilson (coach), Rulon Myers, Justin 
Fairbanks, Charles Larson, Jess Bushman, Don- 
ald Barney, Dan Roberts. 




211 



TENNIS 



The Cougar Tennis team opened the sea- 
son with a triumphant growl over the soundly 
beaten USAC squad with a score of 6-1. With 
Lynn Rockwood and Chauncy Peterson lead- 
ing the field, backed by a powerhouse of net 
talent, BYU stands ready to meet all opposi- 
tion with favorable results. As BYU hasn't 
had even a decent set of tennis courts of her 
own to practice on, Coach Dixon has been up 
against a tough problem getting his team in 
shape, but as the results show, the netters 
are ready for any game that comes their way. 





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TENNIS SQUAD: (Standing, usual order) Paul 
Harmon, Bud Harmon, Tom Taylor, Lee Knell, Alf 
Alder, Tom Pardoe, Grant Hickman; (kneeling) Ralph 
Larsen, Carl Tucker, Lynn Rockwood, Bob Calton, Jack 
Thui'good, Chauncey Peterson. 










. 




GOLF 



Brigham Young University's first col- 
legiate golf team started off the season in 
grand style. The USAC fell under a strong 
offense to a 7-1 Cougar victory. The BYU 
putt-sinkers have practiced on the Provo 
greens under the direction of Coach Buck 
Dixon until the squad is now ready for all 
comers. With men such as the Crane 
brothers, Fred and Gordy, and golfers of the 
calibre of Walt Zabriskie, Kent Undjhem, Bill 
Geertson and Jim Green, the BYU golf team 
"tees-off" for its first year. We'll see more 
of them in the future. 



GOLF SQUAD: (Standing, usual order) Kent Undjhem, 
Alf Alden, Tom Worthington, Gordon Crane, Bill Geertson; 
(Kneeling) Jim Green, Gene Harris, Fred Crane and Walt 
Zabriskie. 




213 



TRACK 



The BYU track team, newly formed 
under the direction of Coach Floyd Mil- 
let, looked promising from the very 
start. Although the number of return- 
ing letter-men was small, there was a 
good portion of the team members who 
had experience in high-school and ser- 
vice track events and were ready to 
shape up into a first-class squad. The 
exhibition showing of BYU talent at 
the invitational track meet presaged 
better things yet to come for our cinder 
stars. 




TRACK SQUAD: (Top row, usual order) Paul Theobald, Russel Nielson, Rulon Jorgensen, 
Howard Braden, Phil Robinson, Alberto Miera, Jay Jensen, Arnold Call, Pete Skousen, Jim Skou- 
sen, Lloyd Page; (Middle row) Richard Haymond, Cecil Lloyd, Jack Winn, Philip Nelson, Ronald 
Stewart, Harvard Hinton, Bob Nelson, Clarence Robison, ElDean Bennett, Joe Nelson, Victor Thur- 
good, Brady Walker, Coach Floyd Millet; (Bottom row) R. Long, J. Larson, Randy Clark, Bill 
Ramon, Charles Lloyd, Dan Roberts, Alan Sperry, Philip Gindstaff, Byron Young, E. Loveridge, Jay 
Petersen. 







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and FIELD 




BYU's invitational track 
meet on April 24-26 was a 
highlight in intermountain 
sports activities. With the 
presence of record-breaking 
talent from all parts of the 
United States the meet was a 
very successful exhibition of 
what lies ahead for collegiate 
sports. Of BYU's participa- 
tion in the meet, the outstand- 
ing performance was the mile 
run by Clarence Robison 
against two of the nation's 
best runners — Les MacMit- 
chell and Tommy Quinn. 
Wilford White, star athlete 
from Mesa, Arizona, claimed 
top honors for the second 
straight year piling up high- 
est points and establishing 
several new records. 



Pictured below are visiting track stars 
from the East: Lloyd LaBench, Wisconsin; 
Irving Kintisch, NY ; Alex Scott, Wisconsin ; 
Tommy Quinn, New Jersey; Edward Con- 
well, NY Athletic Club; Les MacMitchell, 
NYAC. 




21 



NTRA- 



The social unit competition deve- 
loped into a free-for all battle with 
Bricker fellows leading. After the 
Tausigs (below at right) polished 
off the touch-football crown, Brick- 
ers proceeded to roll up the rest of 
the championship honors. They 
(pictured below) took the basket- 
ball tourney away from the Delta 
Phi boys in a closely-fought finish. 
Competition was close throughout 
the intra-mural season. 








216 



MURALS 




We can be justly proud of 
the men who came out on top 
of the annual Freshmen box- 
ing and wrestling tourna- 
ment. It was a tough climb to 
the top in a large field of con- 
testants. Those who came 
out winners were: Boxers 
(standing) — Clifford Olm- 
stead, Sherm Mowery, Orlyn 
Terry, Dell Bosen, Dorian To- 
land, J. Marsden; Wrestlers 
(kneeling) — Robert Allen, 
Walter Reimschiissel, Alvin 
Dallery, John Teichert, Calvin 
Pace, Karl Adams. 




217 



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Drum majorettes: Orpha Stokes (top) ; Eva S. Stubbs 



Professor Leona Holbrook, head of the Wo- 
men's Physical Education Department . . . 
sponsor of WAA . . . intelligent, energetic, 
and understanding. 

Mickee Mickelsen (insert), W.A.A. Presi- 
dent. Below in usual order, are : Grace Lin- 
say, Independant Teams Coordinator; Made- 
lyn Hatch, Social Unit Teams Coordinator; 
Gayle Ashworth, Lambda Delt Sigma Teams 
Coordinator; Lynn Warner, Secretary; Bar- 
bar Brown (standing), Publicity; Leone 
Winegar, A.W.S. Representative; Dixie N. 
Black, Reporter (absent). 




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dSociation 




219 




BASKETBALL 



Winners of the respective 
groups in the basketball tourney: 
Social Unit, Alta Mitra (at top) ; 
Barbara Crum, Donna Garrick, 
Marie Harvey, Marilyn Petty, and 
Madelyn Hatch, Mickee Mickelson, 
Leone Winegar; Independent Bas- 
ketball Group, known as the Five 
o'clock-ers (beneath) — Ruth Bos- 
well, Betty Robinson, Colleen 
Anderson, Ida Mae Peterson, and 
Helen Blake, Elaine Brown, Lucille 
Sargent and Elizabeth Wagner; 
and (below) Lambda Delta Sigma 
Group, Sigma Chapter — Gwenna 
Johnson, Ilene Brown, Faye Rich- 
ards, and Arlene Jones, Pam Davis 
and Glenda Williams. 



The Women's Athletic As- 
sociation, organized to stimu- 
late participation in physical 
education and sports, reaches 
a majority of the women stu- 
dents of the University. In- 
dividual and group participa- 
tion in various phases of the 
women's sport program is en- 
couraged. The basketball 
tournament brings into com- 
petition women teams from 
many of the social units, 
chapters of Lamba Delta Sig- 
ma and organizations on the 
campus. 




220 



BASKETBALL 





Josephine West, Norma Hales 
and Lynn Warner (left to right) 
are known as "Sinkers," excelling 
independent group in the foul pit- 
ching contest. 



Mickee Mickelson, trying for a basket, 
has Leone Winegar to follow through 
should she miss, but Mickee is good at 
basketball. Watch it go through the 
hoop. 



Nautilus girls (at right) proudly took 
the top honors in the social unit intra- 
mural basketball tourney. Marcein Fill- 
more and Colleen Rowan are kneeling, 
while Elaine Eyring, Alma Snow, Mary 
Ellen Snow and Sue Russell stand be- 
hind them. 




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BOWLING 



Whether one prefers just an occasional evening 
or a spirited tournament, bowling is a favorite 
sport. Among the women's units and organiza- 
tions teams of bowlers were formed to participate 
in the W.A.A. bowling tournament. Outstanding 
participants were: Valkyrie (top) — Dixie N. 
Black, Virginia Booth, Nina Judkins and Maurene 
Park; Allen Hall (beneath) — Janice Madsen, 
Delta Wilde, Jolene Collett, Mary Lou Dunford, 
Nadine Isaacson; and Sigma Chapter, Lamba 
Delta Sigma (directly below) — Arlene Jones, 
Glenda Williams and Ileen Brown. 






Both determined to make a strike, 
Maurene Park and Dixie Black, Valky- 
ries, send a well-aimed ball down the 
bowling alky. 



222 






VOLLEYBALL 



One can play volleyball on a polished floor 
of a gymnasium, on the green lawns of a 
park or at the beach. Wherever it is played, 
volleyball, a game enjoyed by men and wo- 
men alike, provides fun, relaxation and ade- 
quate exercise. Women students at the Uni- 
versity pause for pictures. Active groups 
were: Three o'clock-ers (at top) — Marilyn 
Palmer, Marva Sorensen, Alta Randall, Hazel 
Dawn MacDonald, who are standing, and Col- 
leen O'Toole, Helen Steele and Betty Orgille ; 
Alta Mitra (beneath) — Donna Garrick, Mar- 
ilyn Petty, Madelyn Hatch, Mickee Mickelson, 
and Leone Winegar, and Lula Belle Black- 
ham who are kneeling; Upsilon Chapter, 
Lambda Delta Sigma (directly below) — 
Josephine West, Marilyn Palmer, Felice 
Swain, Verla McDonald, at the back and 
Mariam Christensen, Beverly Landgren, Bar- 
bara Kohler and Maurine Bentley, in front. 





22y 




RECREATIONAL 



(At left) Lucile Walser demonstrated 
for Phyllis Jones and Marje Hart the 
serving of the ball in tennis. Rules of 
the game, techniques of good playing 
and active participation in the sport 
are offered in the Physical Education 
course. 






(At right) Phyllis Jones, Golda 
Thornley, Marcein Fillmore and 
Leah Taylor pair up for a game of 
badminton. Played with lighter 
rackets than tennis and with a 
shuttlecock as the ball, badminton 
is often preferred over tennis by 
women students. 



Off* 








Softball Players: (first row) Faye 
Briggs, Frances Kimball, Marilyn Petty, 
Leah Taylor; (second row) Joy John- 
son, Fredora Fuller, Marcein Fillmore 
and Lynn Warner. 



224 






ACTIVITIES 



The Physical Education Department, 
under the direction of Leona Holbrook, 
offers a diversified program throughout 
the school year. Classes are taught in 
the skills and techniques of such activi- 
ties as folk dancing, social dancing, tap 
dancing, marching, creative dancing, 
tumbling, stunts, pyramid-building, 
group games, archery, badminton, ten- 
nis, softball, basketball, soccer, skiing, 
etc. A sincere effort is being made to en- 
large the scope of the recreational pro- 
facilities for the women students in 
gram and to provide better recreational 
physical education. 




(Above) Lorraine Linde and LaRae Evans were among the 
many students who became enthused with skiing. With warm 
and colorful atth'e good equipment and near-perfect skiing con- 
ditions, they enjoyed the favorite of winter sports in Utah. 
(Below) With bows taut ready to send their arrows flying to the 
target, Helen Jones, Margaret Priday, Shirley Christensen and 
Virginia Day (from left to right) are caught by the yearbook 
cameraman. 




22-~. 




Winners of the W.A.A. awards for this 
year, pictured at left in usual order, are: 
Marie Harvey, Margaret Priday, Shirlee 
Christensen, Virginia Ault and Leone Wine- 
gar, as well as Colleen Rowan and Helen 
Warner who are absent. Awards are given 
to those girls whose activities during a period 
of two to four years in intra-mural work is 
worthy of commendation, participating, pub- 
licizing, promoting and organizing the pro- 
gram in athletics among the women students. 



Assistants in the intra-mural program dur- 
ing the current year are: Shirlee Christen- 
sen (seated), social unit volleyball; Faye 
Richards, Lambda Delta Sigma volleyball; 
Elaine Eyring, independent volleyball; Mar- 
garet Priday, social unit basketball; Colleen 
Rowan, independent basketball; Marje Hart 
(seated), bowling; Frances Kimball, bad- 
minton. Absent members are : Maxine Tate, 
fowl pitching; Shirley Farnsworth, Lambda 
Delta Sigma basketball ; La Von Squires, ten- 
nis ; and Lorraine Linde, skiing. 




226 



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Service 



Social 
Departmental 



Geographical 








As the turning of the early water wheel and the 
panning of the first gold nuggets spelled the begin- 
ning of industry and mining in the days of the 
settlement of the pioneers in the valleys of these 
rugged mountains, so has the turning of the de- 
cades since that day spelled the advance of industry 
and mining in the development of industrial centers 
of Utah, ranging from huge steel plants to mam- 
moth mining projects. 



226 




Department Council 




Social Council (above) Geographical Council (below) 



14 nit (councils 

Representatives from each unit organization 
on the campus meet together in their respec- 
tive council groups to properly correlate their 
unit's activities with the regulations of the 
University and to discuss problems which de- 
velop. These councils send representatives to 
a combined Students' Organizations Council 
which works directly under the Associated Stu- 
dents' Council. 

This year special policies were inaugurated 
in an attempt to draw more students into ac- 
tive participation in one group or another. 
This program is being conducted as an experi- 
ment during the current year. 




230 



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Courtney Brewer 

Vice-president 



Kent Baggs 

Secretary 



David Yarn 

Treasurer 



Elliot C. Howe 
President 








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Robert K. 
Klein 


Max C. 
Robinson 


E. William 
Geertson 


Joseph 
Barker 


T. Pearse 
Wheelwright 


J. Ira 
Young 


Harvard 
Hinton 


Von R. 
Nielson 


Grant 
Moon 


Morris D. 
Parkinson 


Frank 
Nielson 


Leonard 
Johnson 


Monte 
Warner 


Forest R. 
Black 


Melvin G. 
Randall 


Ralph 
Burton 


Joseph 

Davies Jr. 


Gordon 
Jenkins 


Ross T. 
Christensen 


Wells 
Meeks 


Walter 
Weist 


Glenn 
Clark 


Dean 
Haslam 


Dwayne 
Anderson 



Roscoe 
Rogers 



Reed R. 
Price 



Wilford 
Smith 



Loyd 

Sandberg 



Darwin 
Knudsen 



Worth P. 
Wheelwright 





James 
Bradley 


Samuel C. 
Chandler 


Ernest J. 
Wilkins 


Albert 
Everett 


Verl 

Sudweeks 


Jack 
Price 


H. Harvey 
Mette 


George 
Bennion 


Ivan 
Andrus 


Orville 
Lundell 


R. Dean 
Rothe 


Merriell 
Durfee 


John 
Runyan 


Walter 

West 


Raynal 
Lunt 


Melvin J. 
Ogden 


Douglas N. 
Thompson 


Howard L 
Randall 


William 
Andra 


Donald 
Cleverly 


Clark 
Newell 


Gordon 
Wright 


Donald 
Petty 


Earl L. 
Smith 


Jess 

Bushman 


Clayter 
Chantrell 


Clark S. 
Know Hon 


Dean 

Christensen 


Max 
Conly 


Joel 
Moss 



To promote worthy ideals, educational, cultural, and social develop- 
ment among returned missionaries, the Delta Phi Honorary Frater- 
nity was established. Under the guidance of President Elliot Howe, 
the organization sponsored a Sunday School class on the hill ; presented 
religious services in surrounding wards; and conducted an extempor- 
aneous speaking contest. Religious service and fraternity mark this 
active unit at the B.Y.UT 



233 




Floyd 


Royal 


Albert 




Grant 


M. Grant 


Kenneth 


Woodfield Jensen 


Merril 


Elliott 


Lindsay 


Hovard 


Ernest 


Lee R. 


Clair 


Ramon 


Ivan 


Max 


Clark 


Ross 


Verge 


Montell 


Andrus 


Tolman 


Douglas 


Stewart 


Harold 


Edwin 


Bill 


Edwin 


Orgill 


Stead 


Butterfield 


Dean 


Andra 


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Sweetheart of Delta I'hi 



234 



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Phi Eta Sigma made its initial appearance 
on the BYU campus this year. This national 
scholastic fraternity has as its members 
freshmen men chosen on a basis of scholar- 
ship. Their year was highlighted by an 
initiation banquet, held on May twenty-first, 
at which a national representative was pres- 
ent. They are identified by a gold key. 




Usual order: C. Jospeh Rowberry, Treasurer; Glen Ovard, 
Secretary; Wayne Ferguson, President; J. Warren Davis, Vice- 
president; Paul Wainwright, Historian. 



First row. usual order: Warren Davis, Clinton Ashworth, Berk Washburn, William Knudsen, Dell H. Bosen, 
Galen H. Winsor, Joseph R. Murphy, Kay Seely, Dean Hibbert, Wayne Ferguson. Second row: Sherman B. Shef- 
field, Glen Ovard, Marcus Myers, J. Gordon Knudsen, Don Robertson, Morris D. Gardner, Carl Sederholm, Mack 
S. Adams, Cal Packard, Blaine Wasden, Paul C. Black. Third row: Paul Wainwright, Lynn Pendleton, Kenneth 
Irving, Aldo Nelson, Paul C. Andrus, Kimball Hansen, Joseph Rowberry, Theodore E. Morgan, Edwin Sneddon. 




235 




Dewain Silvester, Vice-president; Donette Fife, 
Secretary and Treasurer; Orin Parker, President; 
T. Pearse Wheelwright, Script Editor. 



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Alpha Epsilon Rho, beginning its first 
active year at Brigham Young, was 
actively engaged in production of radio 
shows throughout the entire school year. 
With Orin Parker as their capable 
leader, the active members functioned 
to a high degree of efficiency. 



First row, usual order: Donette Fife, Rita Clement, Eugene Taylor, LaRae Collett, 
Marilynn Kingston. Second row: Owen Rich, Dr. Alonzo J. Morley, Clarence Jones, 
Dwain Silvester, T. Pearse Wheelwright, Orin D. Parker. 



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Omega Nu, the honorary Journalism fraternity, was 
founded at B.Y.U. in 1935 to stimulate interest in 
journalism and promote higher standards in that field. 
The fraternity sponsors a photographic magazine 
"Campus Moments" and also gives an assembly each 
year. In addition to parties and meetings twice monthly, 
they provide a banquet for visiting lyceum lecturers. 
They are also one of the few active organizations dur- 
ing the summer session. Dick Rowley was president 
of the organization until spring quarter at which time 
Bob Whitaker was elected to the presidency. 



Bob Whittaker 

President 



J. Moyle 
Anderson 


Georgia 
Green 


Beverly 
Jameson 


Raymond 
Wiltsey 


Carol Rae 
Richardsen 


T. Pearse 
Wheelwright 


Dixie N. 
Black 


Mama 
Holm 


Uneva 
Litster 


Orin 
Parker 


Fredora 
Fuller 


Stan 
Durrant 




John 

Kreissler 


Carma 

Rasmussen 


Madge 
Ellertson 


David 

Schulthess 






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Dr. Wayne B. Hales 

Advisor 






Joe Boels 
Kenneth Smith 


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Mel Dixon 
Melvin Mabey 




Ferrol Massey 
Willard Luce 




Grant Dixon 
Dan Novak 




James C. Sumsions 
Jay Meason 



Photo Arts held a photo salon exhibit each quarter 
and an annual show of best color slides. This honorary 
photography organization is open to experienced photo- 
graphers. The club under the leadership and guidance 
of Grant Dixon combined work with hobby to success- 
fully fill the school year. 




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Led by Grant Dixon, Sigma Pi Sigma, 
the national honorary Physics Society 
on the campus since 1936, carried out 
their main objectives this year in stim- 
ulating high scholarship, creating an 
interest in research and the advance 
study of physics and also encouraging 
friendship among the majors in the 
department. 



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Edward Gardner, Secretary and Treasurer; C. McKay Allred, 
Vice-president, Grant D. Dixon, President 






First row, usual order: Bruce R. Dixon, Jefferson Eastmond, S. Reed Nixon, E. Smith Murphy, Richard W. 
Hales. Second row: Ray S. Alleman, Milton Marshall, Martin Miller, Dr. Carl F. Eyring, Dr. Wayne B. Hales, 
Norman Beertsen. 




239 




Lois Shepherd 

President 



Gamma Phi Omicron, a professional Home Economics 
organization for majors in Home Economics, develops 
culture and maintains high scholastic standards in the 
Home Economics department. Each year the organiza- 
tions gives a fifty dollar scholarship to a sophomore girl. 
Their meetings, are either business, professional with 
guest speakers, or a meeting where individual reports 
are given. The club sponsor is Mrs. Irene S. Barlow. 



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Clara Anderson 

Vice-president 



Helen Nelson 

Secretary 



Carol Hilton 

Treasurer 




Margaret Wilson 
Jean Magleby 
Elaine Bradford 
Leone Winegar 
Barbara Marshall 
LaRee S. Grant 



Barbara Bailey 
Dorothy Norborg 
Margaret S. Potter 
Geraldine Hansen 
Iris Moore 
Virginia S. Stewart 



Mavis Dewsnup 

Effie Warnicke 

Lois Robinson 

May Billings 

Joyce Parrish 

Dawn Hilton 



Rhea Haslem 
Betty Jean Cottle 
Rosemary Bischoff 
LaRae Evans 
Elaine Sperry 
Verda Hale 



Elaine Cannon 
Uda Hansen 
Thelma Sutton 
Idella White 
Catherine Romney 
Maxine Norton 



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Boyd Winterton 
Keith Stevens 
Jack Isaac 
Kay Young 



Rex Madsen 
Don Christensen 
Glen Evans 
Melvin Mabey 



Ballard Hoyt 
Stan Durrant 
Jim Green 
Dean Haslem 



Bill Worthlin 
Victor Brimhall 
Reynolds Smith 
Kenneth Madsen 



Glade Kuhni 
Bill Johnson 
Clinton Oaks 








Grant Moon, President; Lee Stenquist, Vice-president; Winston Taylor, Secretary. 




241 







Donna Mae Thirkill 

President 




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Phi Chi Theta, a women's national professional sorority, 
maintains as its objective the promotion and training of women 
in the field of commerce, and encourage fraternal cooperation 
among women preparing for a business career. Their activities 
include meetings twice monthly, a dinner dance and co-sponsor- 
ship of the Ad Ball with Alpha Kappa Psi. 




Shirley Cunnington, Vice-president; Barbara Kohler, 
Secretary; Carol Spicer, Treasurer. 



Verda 
Griner 

Maxine G. 
Shirts 

Roberta 
Dean 

Shirley 
Johnson 



Anita 
Hyatt 

Georgia 
Heder 

Marian 
Gardner 

Jean 
Flint 



Elma 
Terry 

Mary- 
Moore 

Elaine 
Sperry 

Rosa Mae 
Swainston 



Nola 
Taylor 

Marian 
Hyde 

Jennie Bea 
Jones 

Barbara 
Taylcr 



Lucille 
Spenser 

Lucille 
Richards 

Carina 
Adams 

Marion 

Gottfredson 



Mae 
Ogden 

Norma 
Huish 

Wanda Vee 
Stewart 

Ilene 
Taylor 




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Since 1931, Beta Beta Beta, an international honorary bio- 
logical fraternity, has emphasized a three-fold program: Sound 
scholarship, dissemination of scientific knowledge, and prompt- 
ness of biological research. This year students qualifying for 
membership of twenty-four hours of biological credit chose as 
their leader, Jasper L. Crawford, and their purpose was success- 
fully pursued. 




First row, usual order: Herbert Frost, S. Lowell, Verl Allman, Henry Robinson. Second row: Charles Unice, 
Ruth L. Earl, Deon Patter, Vasco M. Tanner, Ila Mae James, Delia Mae Porter. Weston B. Brown. Donald M. 
Allred. Third row: Dr. Beck, Adrian Thomas, Margaret Nusink, Beatrice Jensen, Lowell Miller, Max Fredrick- 
son, Dale Mitchell, Rex Dunford. Fourth row: Vernon Tipton, Max Padfield, Doyle Taylor, Joseph Murphy. 



243 




Kathleen Zundell 

President 







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Lucille Bodily, Vice-president. Irene Briggs, Secretary; Idella 
White, Treasurer. 



Elizabeth 
Hill 

Felice 
Swain 

Louise Rae 
Peck 

Merle 

Christensen 



Catherine 
Romney 

Oreal 

Hoffman 

Louise 
Abegg 

Audra 
Hall 



Emelia 
Olsen 

Elizabeth 
Zundell 

Kay 
Holley 

Beverly 
lire 



Rhoda 
Lewis 

Marvel 
Murphy 

Eliza 
Beus 

Hannah 
Call 



Betty 
Neilson 

Elaine 
Bluth 

Beulah 
Burton 

Eloise 
Coon 



Katherine 
Beus 

Helena 
Wall 

Sibyl 
Clark 

Hulda 
Parker 




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Tau Kappa Alpha with Clinton Oaks as presi- 
dent and Jean Anderson as vice-president was one 
of the most actively engaged organizations on the 
campus. They participated in many panel discus- 
sions and debates throughout the school year. This 
group is to be complimented on their outstanding 
participation in student affairs. 




Usual order: Orin Parker, Marion Jones, Richard M. Rowley, Clinton Oaks, Alonzo Morley, J. 
Harold Call, Julie Hansen, Bill Lewis, Jean Anderson, Paul Groncman. 



245 




Joan Sprat ley. President; Jean Reese, 
Vice-president. 



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Ariel Ballif 
Ballif Jr. 

Johnnie Belle 
Holley 

Morris 
Roper 

Lois 
Hansen 

Elliot 

Fairbanks 



Anne 
Greaves 

Betty J. 
Hawkins 

Elaine 
Eriekson 

Rita 

Clement 

Veloy 

Singleton 



Colleen 
Keeler 

Betty Lou 
Anderson 

Day ma 
Johnson 

Sarah 
Bushman 

Ellen 
Bowen 



Don 
Weaver 

Donna Claire 
Smith 

John 
Mitter 

Adeline 
Done 

Douglas 
Lazenby 



Enid 

Caldwell 

Lluana 
Rushton 

Margaret 
Hales 

Betty 
Ovard 

Naomi 
Clark 



Robert 
Kest 

Arlene 
Shepherd 

Cleone 
Decker 

Melvin 
Mecham 

Marilyn S. 
Yarn 




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Kay A. Young 
Jay DeGraff 
Victor Brimhall 
Melvin Peterson 
J. Fabian Giroux 



Craig Decker 
Russell Sheffield 
Stan Durrant 
Herbert Frost 
Grant Ash 



Chris Sanders 
Jess Bushman 
Warren Salmon 
Orin Parker 
Theodore Schofield 



Gordon Bradford 
Elliot Howe 
Kenneth Shepherd 
Ira Young 
Stan Gwilliam 



Walter Wiest 
Verl Taylor 



Boyd Winterton 

President 



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^J\etA5— are membe 



ers of the National Honor 



Service Fraternity. This group is an upperclass men's or- 
ganization whose members qualify in scholarship, service 
and leadership. The "Y" chapter was represented on sev- 
eral occasions this year at national conventions. Service to 
the school and Blue Key go hand in hand. 




Howard L. Randall (left), 
Sec'ty and Treas.; Frank 
Taylor, Corres. Secretary. 










Marion Jones, Vice-president; Carol Hilton, Reporter; 
Mary S. Hales, Rec. Leader. 



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■6 — are uppevclass women who serve 

their University. They possess qualities of leadership, in- 
itiative "and scholarship. They foster college activities — 
compiled and distributed the student directory, aided in 
voting and the handling of all elections, ushered, rendered 
service. They earnestly seek affiliation with MortarBoard, 
National Honorary Women Service group. 



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Margaret Hales 

President 



Jenna Vee Beck 
Lucille B. Bushne-11 
Zola Rae L. Ash 
Vivian Hoyt 
Helen Hickman 



Arlene Shepherd 
Jean Reese 
Ellen Ashworth 
Elaine Waddoups 
Carol C. Dixon 



Jean Anderson 
Agnes Jensen 
Katherine Hess 
Mavis Hafen 
Nila Stubbs 



Joyce Whiting 
Barbara Bailey 
Margaret Hales 
Mary Ellen G. Snow 
Margaret Wilson 




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Claron Oakley, Chancellor of the Exchequer; J. Will 
Lewis; Winston Taylor, Royal Scribe. 




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Donald LeBaron 
Horace Gillispie 
Nash Grant 



Earl Jones 
Keith Fillmore 
Max Stubbs 



Blaine Smith 
I.loyd Page 
Dean Johnson 



Garth Kump 
Richard Walton 
Milton Muir 



Gordon Hawkins 

the Duke 




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The unit for service to the school composed of underclassmen 
is the Intercollegiate Knights, national fraternity. Membership 
is based on activity and scholarship, and the fraternity is designed 
to promote school activities and tradition. A lighted "Y" means 
the I.K.'s have climbed the mountain. They also usher at assem- 
blies, distribute "Y" News, etc. 



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Morris Bateman 
Forest Hall 
Harold Talboe 
Bill Andrea 



Ken Beck 
Glade Kuhni 
Reed Nixon 
Bill Anderson 



Dean Hansen 
Karl Farnsworth 
Phil Jorgenson 
Paul C. Andrus 



Harold Argjie 
Merrill Weber 
Bernard Critchfield 
Booth Mavcock 




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Gail Greenwood 
Claire Stoddard 
LaRae Reynolds 
Jaynann Morgan 



Barbara Jean Driggs 
Norma Abegg 
Colleen Keeler 
Connie Crandall 



Toni Tecker 
Betty Clark 
Janet Stringham 
Carol Haverfield 



Marion Johan 
Edna Harmon 
Letta Cullimore 
Beth Zabriski 



Marje Hart 

President 






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Cougarettes, the newly organized girls' service group on 
the campus, have provided many colorful drills and formations 
at the half of nearly all the football and basketball games this 
year. These pretty girls, usually dressed in pastel sweaters, 
skirts and saddle shoes, created a name for themselves at the 
football game against the USAC at Logan, where they out- 
classed the colorful Spur organization of that school. Bill 
Daniels was the manager and organizer of the group and de- 
serves a great deal of credit for the successful inauguration of 
this unit. 



Betty Robinson 
Colleen Anderson 
Elaine Hoover 
Darlene Brimhall 



Barbara Webb 
Marie Dean Bybee 
Mary Standley 
Charlotte Kanold 



Colleen Harmon 
Elaine Williams 
Jeanne Winebrenner 
Leah Taylor 



June Thain 
Rita Clement 
Joyce Haycock 
Charlotte Harris 




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Beverly Hoard man 
Beth Zabriski 
Ellen Bowen 
Betty Argyle 
Norma Boyle 



Mildred Miller 
Gwendolyn Miller 
Marilyn Harmon 
Ardis Adams 
Betty Hirschi 



Jaynann Morgan 
Claire Stoddard 
Carol Brockbank 
Mary Clyde 
Claire Eyring 



Alma Snow 
Barbara Bird 
Elaine Eyring 
Marion Wilkinson 
Hazel Dawn Ream 



Helen Torney 

President 



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June Sanders 
Marion Pitcher 
Joyce Haycock 
Colleen Callister 
Sally Sharp 



-are Sophomore girls who show an in- 



terest in college affairs and who participate in school activi- 
ties. One sees them often as ushers especially at the 
lyceums. They cooperate with the I.K.'s and aspire to 
upperclass women's service organization,; ; 




Roberta Christensen(left), 
Vice-president; Cleone Deck- 
er, Secretary. 



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Mickee S. Mickelsen 

President 




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Leone Winegar, Vice-president; Gloria Rassmussen, Secretary; Donna 
Garrick, Treasurer. 



Jean 
Beaulier 


Thiel 

Anderson 


Blanche 
Kayle 


I In Mae 
James 


Glenna 
Watson 


Marge 
Petty 


Barbara 
Brown 


Benon 
Palmer 


Barbara 
Marshall 


Esther 
Stringfellow 


Helen 
Zinck 


Beverley 
Brady 


Bonnie 
Redford 


Marilvn 
Petty 


Nan 
Kelsey 


Mabel Lee 
Hobday 


Elynn 
Mathews 


Marilyn 
Simmons 




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Melba 
Western 

Madelyn 
Hatch 

Helen 
Fullmer 



Lula Belle 
Blackham 

Mary Beth 
Geary 

Dorthy 
Hewlett 



Gene 
Harris 

lone 
Foote 

Mavis 
Dewsnup 



Marie 
Harvey 

Dorthy 
Henderson 

Nelda 
Howard 



Elaine 
Stanger 

Joan 
Jensen 

Golda 
Thornley 




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dinners; and athletic participation resulting in high 
honors. 



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Elaine Waddoups 

President 



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Joyce Whiting, Vice-president; Joy Tangren, Secretary; Edie 
Jensen, Athletic manager. 



Elaine 
Cannon 

Beverly 
Johnson 

Glendora 
Schwantes 

Maria 
Cook 



Delia 
Bettinger 

Lorraine 
Russell 

Elaine 
Wood 

Edna 

Ryskamp 



Sue 
Baker 

Mary Lou 
Ostler 

Lucille 
Richards 

Gloria 
Schwantes 



Rita 

Clement 

Marion 
Gottfredson 

Elizabeth 
Zundell 

Theressa 
Erkenbrecht 



Anne 
Wheelwright 

Virginia 
Brinton 

Mary 
Standley 

Edvthe 
Bright 



Betty 

Robinson 

Marion 
Jones 

Helen 
Miller 

Carolyn 
Whitesides 



Elaine 
Brown 

Nyla 
Clement 

Louise 
Abegg 

Margaret 
Priday 




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Donna Mae 
Thirkill 


Carmella 
Peterson 


Maxine 
Overlade 


Marion 
Strieker 


Faye 
Briggs 


Helen 
Whatcott 


Helen 
Hickman 


Jeannie 
Winebrener 


Lynette 
Hubbard 


Mary 
Clyde 


Marvel 
Murphy 


Afton 
Taylor 


Mitzi 

Stevenson 


Marian 
Johan 


Dawn 
Klinger 


Elma 
Larsen 


LaRae 
Collett 


Jewel 
Chipman 


Ladean 
Mickelson 


Donna 
Lundell 


Kathleen 
Zundell 



Cesta Tie pledges, numbering twenty-five, 
brought ^'..l&ifM? membership to approxi- 
mately seventy. The unit reached variation 
in its socialprogram: entered a float in the 
Homecoming parade, held annual invitation 
dance, carried out rushing parties, contrib- 
uted a "Honeymoon Carriage'* to AMS carni- 
val, held an annual dinner-dance, and follow- 
ing, tradition trekked to a canyon party. 

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Jenna Vee Beck 
Elaine Bright 
Jolene Collett 



Delia Mae Porter 
Maxine Hause 
Joy Green 



Marian Gardner 
Georgia Heder 
Carol Oaks 





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Rosa Mae Swainston 

President 




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Legia Mendenhall, Vice-president; Lorraine 
Nichols, Secretary. 



La Belle 
Boley 

Pauline 
Cox 

Maria 
Allred 



Marilyn 
Morley 

Gwen 
Tuttle 

Helen 
McNeil 



Elaine 
Peacock 

Joy 
Meyers 

Helen 
Clegg 



Ramona 
Adams 

Beatrice 
Folsom 

Virginia 
Ault 



Janet 
Miller 

Lucille 
Phillips 

Luanna 
Rushton 



La Rae 
Evans 

Georgina 
Krissman 

Joy T; 

Johnson 




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Shirley 
Cowley 

Hilda 
Hale 



Lynn 
Warner 

Nola 

Mcintosh 



Donnette 
Fife 

Rachel 
Hale 



Erma 
Page 

Mildred 
Graham 



Enid 

Caldwell 

Marion 
Bond 



Fidelas social unit's membership includes 
girls of tal«rr£'S£fiql3$tat ability and versatil- 
ity. The social activities, each year are high- 
lighted by an invitational dance. The theme 
for the- invitational this year wa&'n-$rfeaven 
scent". For.the-formal dinner dance held in 
the •-' springtime the theme was "April 
Showers", '.v. ' ■',"■ 

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Mary Ellen C. Snow 

President 




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Virginia Stewart, Vice-president; Barbara M. Taylor, Secre- 
tary; Beverly Boardman, Reporter. 



Elaine 
Williams 


Anne 
Greaves 


Alma 
Snow 


Mary Ellen 
Dauwalder 


Carol 
Romney 


Joan 

Heindselman 


Louine 
Brown 


Mary Lou 
Dixon 


Carma 
Adams 


Verla Lu 
Smith 


Donna 
Hawkins 


Betty 
Rhodes 


Marilyn 
Harmon 


Dorothy 
Jepson 


Geniel 
Martin 


Frances 
Hunter 


Carma 
Meredith 


Norma Jean 
Huish 


Coy 
Mullen 


Arlend 
Briem 


Ruth 
Martin 




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Mildred 
Hunter 


Norma 
Boyle 


Elaine 

McAllister 


Carol 
Baker 




Helen 
Anderson 


Rita 
Allen 


Beth 
Martin 


Barbara 
Sherry 


Roberta 

Christensen 


Bonnie 
Wilson 


Elaine 
Eyring 




Mary Lee 
Henninger 


Colleen 
Callister 


Sue 
Russell 


Lucille 
Rose 


Evelyn 
Morgan 


June 
Greer 


Elaine 
Hard 




Lynette 
Wayman 


Myrlene 
Romnev 


Hermine 
Eckerslev 










Carma Meredith 


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Ja> 


nann Morgan 





Nautilus, organized in 1920, is the oldest 
girls' unit on the campus and is represented 
among class and AWS officers, Y News staff, 
and campis^Jted Cross. 

1946-47 activities include pre-Christmas in- 
vitational, annual birthday party, a spring 
formal. Mother's Day tea, canyon, swimming 
and skiing parties, programs to Veterans 
Hospital, pledging of approximately twenty- 
five new members, and participation in girls 
athletics. 



Winifred Dykes 
Grace Lindsay 



Betty Jo Smith 
I, una Mae Hvde 



Daryl Harris 
Barbara Bennett 





Shirlee Christensen 

President 



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Shirley Sanford, Vice-president. Mae Bezzant, Secretary, June Thain, Treasurer. 



Jean B. 
Jensen 


Cleone 
Decker 


Jeanne 
Taylor 


Barbara 
Lewis 


Janet 
Stringham 


Edna 
Harmon 


Clair 
Stoddard 


Connie 
Crandall 


Helen 

Snowberger 


June 
McBride 


Marian 
Sanford 


Barbara 
Webb 


Orcella 
Orwin 


Margaret 
Wing 


Neola 
Jones 


Nanna Lee 
Reynolds 


Miriam 

Christensen 


Annette 
Brown 


Priscilla 
Ludlow 


Bobette 
Peterson 


Lou 
Stoddard 



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Gail 

Greenwood 

Nadine 
Smoot 

Colleen 
Keeler 



Elaine 
Erickson 

Lyravine 
Jensen 

Ann 

Halgren 



Sheree 
Terry 

Dorothy 
Lyans 

Wanda 
McMurray 



Annette 
Bailey 

Shirley P. 
Pardoe 

Phyllis 
Jones 



Pamilla 
Poulson 

Barbara Jean 
Driggs 

Betty 
Crowley 



Janice 
Tibbets 

Wylene 
Millett 

Leah 
Taylor 



Elaine 
Hoover 

Colleen 
Harmon 

La Rae 
Reynolds 



^ i« 4j^£lae.ft > 'Y" Homecoming.; jfgggjgg^ ^b&y-^alfei-ed ^tlile^' ■ 
.^.V.^>' Pr tics ; entertain^^^^^relCake City Veterans Hospi- 
tal ; pled^d^ivrenty-pne.._new. 4He.mb,fir^ i fr^W.^ ^ffifiP/" 

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Carol Collard Dixon 

President 



Vat t forn 




Carol Brockbank, Vice-president; Verda Griner, Secre- 
tary; Ailene Hales, Treasurer 



Betty 
Oliver 


Barbara 
Hansen 


Margaret 
Hales 


Val Dean 
Rice 


Joyce 
Reid 


Patricia 
Critchlow 


Moana 
Ballif 


Carol 

Anderson 


Caroline 
Sanders 


Charlotte 
Harris 


June 
Adams 


Katherine 
Peterson 


Margaret 
Wilson 


Audry 
Mehl 


Marilyn 
Dunford 


Pauline 
Dyring 


Clair 
Dyring 


Joan 
Spratly 


Norma 
Tucker 


Ellen 
Ashworth 


La Dona 
Gammill 




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Mary Lou 
Dunford 


Beth 
Zabriski 


Edna 

MacNielson 


Lucille B. 
Bushnell 


Joan 
Austin 


Doris June 
Miner 


Lucille 
Kartchner 


Agnes 
Jensen 


Patricia 
Bickmore 


Jean 

Anderson 


Donna 
Thomander 


Mary Jane 
Miner 


Nancy 
Taylor 


Afton 
Romney 


Mildred 
Miller 


Barbara 
Hardy 


Mavis 
Hafen 


Helen 
Stoddard 


Mary Lee 
Atkerson 


Barbara 
Bickmore 


Euline 
Bradford 



Fifteen years of leadership were complete 
this spring for the Val Norn social unit, 
organized on campus in 1928. A picnic supper 
fall quarter registration day opened the year 
of activities including elaborate rush parties, 
a wried invitational, a refreshing formal, and 
miscellaneous parties highlighting the unit's 
social calendar for '46-'47. Student officers, 
journalists, queens, committee members — 
VN's have pushed student body activities 
from student union drives to Cougarette- 
sponsored pep rallies. 



Ellen Bowen 
Marge Hart 



Rhean Harker 
Barbara McKenzie 



Julia Hansen 
Leeta Cullimore 



Katherine Hess 





Janet Paul 

President 




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Lonnie Rae Cook. Vice President; Afton Furse, Secretary. Vera Jeffers, 

Social Chairman. 



rdith 
Osborn 


Frances 
Toms 


Luana 
Edwards 


Genevieve 
McLaughlin 


Josephine 
Hutchings 


ranees 
Kimball 


Muriel 
Holmes 


LaVerne 
Clinger 


Pearl 
Adair 


Adell 
Jacobson 


ixie N. 
Black 


Phvllis Ann 
White 


Myrtle 
Hancock 


Virginia 
Booth 


Lenora 
Argyle 




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Nina 
Judkins 

Kathryn 
Miles 

Velda 
Norbory 



Helen B. 
Bensen 

Geneva 
Winterrose 

Rhoda 
Lewis 



Helen 
Williams 

Hertha 
Bixby 

Myolene 
Moody 



Dorothy 
Thompson 

Rose 
Bybee 

Mildred 
Teslich 




•™ft R «d Cross :.p^<fe^-^nd : programs, as well as carrying 

■ship when Valkyrie was organized in October of this vear 
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Clarence J. Harmon 
President 




Norm Parker, Secretary; Sterling Booth, 

Treasurer. 



Hal 


Dale 


Jim 


Junior 


Dee 


Clinton 


Douglas 


Taggert 


Mitchell 


Peterson 


Clark 


Curtis 


Oaks 


Jenkins 


Jay 


Lyman 


Guy 


Stanford 


Robert 


Lloynel 


Warren 


Jensen 


Sperry 


Ivins 


Durrant 


Bean 


Harding 


Davis 


George 


Norman 


Karl J. 


Gordon 


Dale 


Merril 


Gene 


Ballif 


Marchant 


Thalman 


Hawkins 


Peterson 


Bushnell 


Kunz 








Allan 
Hansen 


Kenyan 
Anderson 


Ralph P. 
Prusse 

Ted 

McKnelly 


Max 
Call 


Cal 
Taggert 


Joe 
Ashworth 


Don 
Hansen 


Willard 
Tingey 


Harold 
Tate 


Bob 
Booth 


Grant 
Hickman 


Russell M. 
Billings 


Dean 

Ashworth 


Tom 
Pardoe 


Ernest 
Wilkinson 


Rand C. 
Clark 


Madison 
Moffatt 


Melvin 
Orgill 


Fred 

Bushnell 


Boyd \Y. 
Winterton 



I CI** 5 * 



Brickers are in student body, class, geographic 
club, and Banyan staff offices ajid are. well-represented 
on "Y" basketball, football, tennis and track teams. In 
intramurals they decisively captured the basketball and 
$*#i«eyban tourname^^^i^S-^^^^' 1 ' '-■'■ 

The Bricker dinner-dance, "Flickering Shadows of 
Night", was their event of the year. Other social activi- 
ties included the annual "Misfit", canyon parties, and 
spring festival. 



*m* 



271 




Earl Beck 

President 




•'••\v 

... jA-.i.iVVi 







J. Paul McGuire, Vice-president; J. Will Lewis, Secre- 
tary; Jack Price, Reporter. 



Jess 

Bushman 


Eugene 
Harvey 


Marion 
Tree 


Glen 
Brown 


Clyde 
McKay 


John 

Nicholas 


Paul 
Campbell 


Courtney 
Brewer 


Rulon 
Meyers 


Morris 
Gardner 


Sheldon 
Elliott 


Bruce 
Osborne 


Floyd 
Moulton 


Roland 
Bobbins 


Richard 
Walton 


Paul 
Phillips 


Junior 

Briggs Jr. 


Cecil 
Lloyd 


Odell 
Scott 


Kenneth 
Mott 


Dave 
Packard 




Kfetfv 





272 




Maurice 
Bate man 

Paul 
Shelly 

Mel 
Ludlow 



Kenneth 
McFarland 

Parker 
Chipman 

Karl 
Brown 



Merril 
Preston 

Rex 

Moulton 

Max 

Shifrer 



Clarence 
Robinson 

Gordon 
Lewis 

Orville 
Lundell 



Dean 
Hansen 

Don 
Murri 

Thirl 
Tew 



Jim 

Skousen 

Alphius 
Bingham 

Verl 

Mumford 



Roy 

Tew 

Daniel T. 
Lewis 

Roscoe 
Sprinkel 



Brigadiers, recognizable by sweaters of burnt 
orange color, contributed several^jplJ^g^^.^QolOGioI 
offices during the past yea^-i5$5frwely' organization 
boasts many superior athletes an^a^fu^program of (&&& 
formal and informal sociaLaeti*itte'sv''The 1946-47 ¥£8&^J& : - 
included the annual f&msui "Me^t^S-^S^^^^^^^fi^ 
"" 'Bowery Brawl", the spring iB^it^i^]^B«^&iEdmcfal - 
canyon party. 



273 



'SWWixi' 



more 



uLSnaacli 



Bflfc 



riaaclierd 



9 




Ralph Bigelow 
James Bradley 







■: 






*A 






Nick 
Clyd 


Ludlow 
e McKay 






Jay 
Stores 


Dick 

Murdock 


Dale 
King 




Brent 
Walker 




Frank 
Turner 


Wally 
Manning 


Arvil 
Telhurst 


K. Anthony 
Snow 


Jay 

Francis 


Mollis 
Holiday 




Howard 
Gordon 




Don 
Rhodes 


Dwight 

Stapley 


Darrel 
McArthur 


Norman F. 
Hyatt 


Ly 

t 


le 

Tregaskis 


Jam 
Ii 


es 
igersoll 




Ken 
Ha 


rvey 




Frank 
Taylor 


Bert 
Thatcher 


John 

Schwantes 



274 





Claire 
Anderson 


Robert 
Nelson 


David 
Thomas 


John 
Bennett 


Darral 
Kemper 


Roland 

Wheelwright 


Richard 
Magleby 


Dean 
Jeffs 


Grant 
Evans 


Ted 

Killpack 


Merle 
Nielson 


Clinton 
Ashworth 


Earl J. 
Garrett 


John 

K reissler 


Hal 
Luke 


Keith 
Scoville 


Glen L. 
Harker 


Bob 

Anderson 






v.- V !'«•/•. Y'TWES?: '■'• 



**is 



PS^ 




John Jeppson 

President 



Gamma Taux, newly organized this year, 
has grown from six members to approxi- 
mately thirty-five. This lively new unit 
carried on a full program including a lawn 
and dinner party, and a semi-formal invita- 
tional dance, with dual themes, "Rhapsody in 
Red" and "Rhapsody in Blue". They con- 
ducted an assembly during spring quarter, 
and have participated in intramurals. 



275 











Howard O. Wiscombe 

President 










John D. Ipsen, Vice-president; Winston 
Reynolds Smith, Treasurer. 


J. Taylor, 


Secretary; 


Bryce 
Bailey 


Stanton 
Benson 


Russell 
Hull 


Reid Kirk 
Wayman Wilkins 


Dewev 
Bluth 


Ron 
Griggs 


Heber 
Hall 


Jack 
Bonnett 


John 
Lee 


Curtis Glade 
Wynder Kuhni 


Clive 
Wade 


Bernard 
Hansen 



Duane 

Rasmussen 



Weldon 
Moffat t 



Earl J. 
Green 



Jack 
Wilson 



Robert 
Brown 



E. K. 
Woolley 



Don 
Chaves 




r% 



***^/i 





276 







Linn 

Rockwood 


Roy 
Olson 


Quentln 
Woolley 


George 
Calder 


Ferron 
Lovell 


Wilford 

Farnsworth 


Keith 
Johnson 


Kent 
Russell 


Thomas 
Lee 


Kenneth 
Stubbs 


Melvin 
Mabey 


Roy 
Stapp 


John 
Jensen 


Charles 
Unioe 


Leoyd 
Lovell 


Joe 
Hafen 


Pat 
Wright 


Horace 
Gillispie 


Howard 
Randall 


Jerry 
Zenger 





Tausig, organized in 1915 under the name of the three "IV, it the 
oldest men's unit on the campus, and it is represented among the organiza- 

_iootball, basket- 




Their social calendar indicated .,eQQJ^3^E^^a€t'ivity throughout, the 
year: annual fall invitational, bi-monthly dinner meetings, annual Christ- 
mas party, skating and canyon parties, .the beautiful and outstanding 
"Whirlwind" dinner-dance, par$ies^jt$vthe various girls units. They 
termininated in the spring with 'the "yearly '"Tausig Topper", and the 
"Bury-the-hatchet" party held in conjunction with the Brickers. 



277 




Joice B. Stone 

President 






imnaS 






$&**'• ; 



iteixiiif. 




Wendell Taylor, Vice-president, Richard Hales, Secretary; 
Howard Page, Treasurer. 



Sherman 
Sheffield 


Robert 
Hatch 


Booth 
Maycock 


Richard 
Pax man 


Blaine 
Hunter 


Glen 

Gardner 


Duane 
Spillsbury 


John 
Huish 


Craig 
Decker 


James 
Hall 


Claron 
Oakley 


John 
Wing 


Carlyle 
Gourley 


Mack 
Hughes 


Alan 
Johnson 


Russell 
Taylor 


Carl 

Brimhall 


Harold 
Tolboe 


Lowell 
Hall 


Lee 
Knell 


Ira 
Todd 




278 




Ron 
Frogley 


Dean 
Gray 


Doyle 
Taylor 


Clark 
Stewart 


Kenneth 
Shepherd 


Dean 
Call 


Dean 
Rothe 


Walter 
Weist 


Bruce 
Tanner 


Kent 
Baggs 


James J. 
Knell 


Kenner 
Kartchner 


William 
Huish 


Harold 
Bradley 


Lloyd 
Page 



In September of 1928, the Viking social unit was 
born. Present membership includes representatives on 
...y-Pa.e football squad, in student body officers, class 1 ; pjffiitit.^^. 
^:v%ers and "Y" News staff positions. : "/?5vs 

The social calendar bears record of a formal dinner- 
dance, Christmas party, annual costume ball, two 
"chicken fries", two swimming parties, a rabbit hunt, 
a spring invitational, and a canyon : ji&fafi?£$'.~ 




Sonny Nielson 
In Memorium 



279 




Dale Miller 

President 




rie$ 







Grant Moon, Vice-president; Robert Potter, Secretary; Wylie 
Swapp. Treasurer. 




Don Bowen 
Preston Bushman 
Virgil H. Harris 
Hugh Law 



Vern Sittle 
Bruce Dixon 
Forrest Hall 
Hal Foutz 



Don Crump 
Kirk Nielson 
Dwayne Anderson 
Lester Wheatly 



280 




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Ralph 
Price 


Dean 
Allen 


Gareth 
Seastrand 


Tom 
Taylor 


Bob 
Bridges 


Bert 

Wagstaff 


Floyd 

Christiansen 


Ralph 
Shaffer 


Claude 
Sutton 


Jean 
Ruff 


Lee 
Colston 


Val 

Barnett 


Robert 
Holmes 


Robert 
Philbrick 


Blaine 
Wilcox 



.^v^yal. Hyrics, lead by Dale Miller, enjoyed anjactive 
social year through a continuous stream of social acti- 
vities high-lighted with such parties as the invitational 
and the annual dinner-dancg.^A^e«£§ny, the Va^^^w ■ 
Hyrics were busy in intramurals. They proved to be 
one of the most feared teams in softball. They rank 
high in scholastic standing, are energetic and "Y"- 
conscious doing mu&wiurttier We interests of the 
school. 



281 




am 



^ Ua UleftMgmma 






Executive Connect *#$$■*. 



Karl Buckmiller . . . hard-working cap;.o;e 
president of the Mens chapters of Lambda Delta 
Sigma . . . calls Rexburg, Idaho his home. 

Johnie Belle Holley . . . efficient, forceful leader 
of the Women's chapters of Lambda Delta Sigma 
. . . calls Houston, Texas her home. 




->•*•.»*•«!=£. 



Vice Presidents Willis Waite and Beverly Landgren (at 
left) and Secretaries Barbara Kohler and J. Fabian Grioux 

(at right) worked diligently and cooperated toward an 
active year in the largest social organization on the 
campus. 




282 



Louise 
Abegg 

President 

Helen 
Murray 

Lorraine 
Dame 

Carol 
Kay 

Elizabeth 
Zundell 



Marian 
Cowles 

Vice-pres. 

Nola 

Maughan 

Ada 
Owen 

Darlene 
Cowan 

Sariah 
Bushman 



jean 
Char 

Marvel 
Murphy 

Lauana 
Collins 

LaRae 
Denning 

Doris 
Millard 



Florence 
Mitchell 

Marilyn 
Kingston 

Phyllis 
Allen 

Marie 
Ross 

Veda 
Miller 



Shirley 
Cunnington 

Ella 
Matson 

Emilia 
Olson 

Janice 
McKay 

Katherine 
Be us 



Theressa 
Eckenbrecht 

Velora 
Gough 

Ann 

Wheelwright 

Ramona 
Rainwater 

Marilyn 
Doxey 



Norma 
Larsen 

Nadene 
Raye 

Loreli 
Winn 

Elise Marie 
Doxey 




* 




288 




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eiu 



■'*?{*■.. 



fi^Wt'Si 




Felice 
Swain 

President 


Barbara 
Welsch 

Vice-pres. 


Corinne 
Smith 


Elma 

Widdison 


Laurie Rae 
Thompson 


Louise 
Robinson 


Marilyn 
Palmer 


Colleen 
Hutchings 


Johnnie Belle 
Holley 


Janet 
L'dall 


Pat 

Scoville 


Darlene 
Brimhall 


Barbara 
Kohler 


Marjorie 
Barlow- 


June 
Pierson 


Josephine 
West 


Barbara 

Farnsworth 


Joyce 
Hall 


Virginia 
Bird 


Meredith 
Hanseen 


Geraldine 
Hansen 


Wanda Vee 
Stewart 


Una 
Oldroyd 


Pat 

Coffman 


Mary Alice 
Gross 


Dorothy 
Petty 


Ramona 
Smith 


Norma 
Hale 


Louie Rae 
Peck 


Mary 
Lamb 


Leda Jane 
Widdison 


Jean 
Magleby 


Katherine 
Holley 


Verla Lu 
MacDonald 


Verda 
Hale 


Ilene 
Hale 


Barbara 
Booke 


Betty Rae 
Christensen 


Joyce 
Tew 


La Rue 
Maw 



284 



Elaine 
Sperry 

President 

Vera 
Heath 

Mildred 
Hunter 

Donna 
Bocher 



Rayola 
Smith 

Vice-pres. 

MaRue 
Keller 

June 
Berry 

Gladys 
Rawlings 



lone 
Lewis 

Sharee 
Booth 

DeLaine 
Reed 

Glenna 
Wallace 



Afton 
Litchfield 

Lilas 
Crandall 

June 
Tanner 

Wanda 
Farmer 



Neva 
Gamble 

Marjorie 
Perkins 

Magdeline 
Miller 

Ann 

Grimmett 



Marie 
Allred 

Vilate 
Tolman 

Mae 
Jensen 

Olive 
Parker 



Jean 
Mcintosh 

Helen 
Naigle 

Lucille 
Simmons 

Barbara 
Gamble 




285 












Mama 
Holm 

Vice-pres. 

Beverly 
Powell 

Clara 

Anderson 

Gay 

Armstrong 



Doris 

Gwilliams 

Vice-pres. 

Ruth 
Thomas 

Maxine 
Norton 

Le Nore 
Wittiver 



Mary 
Lindsey 

Ramona 
Smith 

Bette 
Brown 

Josephine 
Young 

Rose 
Ganner 



Ezma 
Langford 

Pat 

Snow- 
Barbara 

Bowen 

Arva Mae 
Mercer 

Betty 
Tanner 



Marva 
Sorenson 

Carol Rae 
Richards 

Verna 
' Knudsen 

Fay 
Nichols 

Hertha 
Bixby 



Betty Jean 
Cottle 

Betty Jane 
Roper 

Mary Beth 
Pierce 

LaRae 

Mortensen 

Virginia 
Whittaker 



Harie 
Hardy 

Camilia 
Fenn 

Carolyn 
Horton 

Irene 
Muir 



286 



Carol 
Clark 

President 


Margie 
Hurst 

Vice-pres. 


Iris 
Moore 


Rosemary 
Bischoff 


Gay 

Rosenberg 


Dorothy 
Dickson 


Emmeline 
Kirk 


Ida Lee 
Jackson 


Mavis 
Moore 


Edith 

Anderson 


Marvel 
Johnson 


Leah 
Boyer 


Maurine 
Romney 


Jane 
Note 


Joyce 
Wilson 


Jean 
Slack 


Norma 
Ricks 


Elaine 

Dangerfield 


Bonnie 
Hancock 


Norma 
Roberts 


Julia 
By bee 


Betty Lou 
Anderson 


Louise 
Brimhall 


Margaret 
Young 


Maye 

Mangus 


Ula 
Wilson 


Eleanore 
Bennion 


Marilyn 
Haskell 


Ruth 

Flanders 


Jeneal 
Moody 


Mary 
Moore 


Naomi 
Nelson 


Joy 

Willden 


Julie 
Bysby 






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ICPOHm. 




Maurine 
Lee 

President 


Marba 
Lines 

Vice-pres. 


Kathleen 
Taylor 


Bernice 
Kunkel 


Pat 
Fay 


Doris 
Denning 


Gorda 
Moulton 


Merle 

Christensen 


Carmen 
Ursenback 


Pearl 
Warner 


Connie 
LeBaron 


Berna 
Wall 


Ramona 
Clarke 


Mary Lou 
Hawkes 


Beverly 
Johnson 


Martha 
Pettijohn 


Helen 
Daniels 


Uneva 

Litster 


Anita 
Hyatt 


Joy 
Marler 


Shirley 
Allred 


Janice 
Jensen 


Dorothy 
Broulim 


Elizabeth 
Brandley 


Colleen 
Ingbretsen 


Lois 

Gorringe 


Joy 

Simmons 


Yvonne 
Monson 




Carol 
Cunham 


Shirley Lou 
Erickson 




Lessa 

Rasmussen 


Marilyn 
Kelley 





288 






Helen 
Torney 

President 

Betty 
Argyle 

Inez 

Theobold 

Mary Lou 
Neely 

Deloris 
Francis 



Kathleen 
Spicer 

Vice-pres. 

Bonnie Jean 
Theobold 

Carolyn 
Johnson 

Dawn C. 
Clinger 

Nona 
Sharp 



Verna Mae 
Lofgren 

Maria 
Mangum 

Bertie Del 
Walsh 

Thelma 
Smith 

Dawn 
Ream 



Marjorie 
Warr 

Nola 
Taylor 

Shirley 
Thompson 

LaRae 
Cranney 

Gwen 
Marler 



Ardith 
Osborn 

Barbara 
Green 

Connie 
Earl 

Joan 
Harris 

Carol 
Barton 



Gwen 
Sparks 

Lyrette 
Bennion 

Janice 
Madison 

Kathryn 
Williams 

Bonnie 
Breen 



Gale 

Millwood 

Winnifred 
Phelps 

Nina Mae 
Argyle 

Ardis 
Adams 

Delta 
Wilde 




too 



289 



^Jau 




Mary Ida 
Ream 


Jennie Bea 
Jones 


Beula Bell 
Scott 


Fontell 
Hebdon 


Gayle 

Ashworth 


Grace 

Hutchings 


Audra 
Call 


President 

Edythe 
Bright 


Vice-pres. 

Sally 
Western 


Ruth 
Chugg 


Josephine 
Hutchings 


Mary Lou 
Madsen 


Vonnie Beth 
Davis 


Iva Lou 
Budge 


Alene 

Stringham 


Laurine 
Adams 


Mary Afton 
McNeil 


Orpho 
Stokes 


Maxine 
Baird 


Ilene 
Taylor 


Bertha 
Randall 


Shirley 

Farnsworth 


Margaret 
Wilding 


Anonna 
Perkins 


Lou Jean 
Budge 


Jean 
Clark 


Virginia 
Brown 


Catherine 
Newman 



290 



I 



Alairo 
Lewis 

President 

Pam 
Davis 

Faye 
Richards 

Jean M. 
Mellor 



Betty Jean 
Hirschi 

Secy.-Treas. 
Ilene 
Brown 

Carol Heine r 



Irene 

Wollaston 



Margaret 
Butler 

Glenna 
Stucki 

Phyllis 
Parker 

Nancy 
Shurtleff 

Doris 
Virgin 



Marva 
Johnson 

LaVerne 
Clinger 

LaRae 
Burgon 

Edith 

Cudmondson 

Nona 
Mason 



Marion 
Crawford 

Ruth 
Wall 

Lois 

Mortensen 

Arlene 
Jones 

Anne 

Van Buren 



Carma H. 
Allen 

Evelyn 
Alger 

Gwenna 
Johnson 

Barbara 
Robinson 



Anne 

Van Buren 

Glenda 
Williams 

Lora Lee 
Reid 

Barbara 
Page 




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9 



met 



291 



flu 




John H. 
Adams 

President 

J. Keith 
Rigby 

Grant C. 
Moon 

Robert 
Douglas 

Davin M. 
Hill 



Betty 
Adams 

Ruth 
Rigby 

Ella Mae 
Moon 

Bette 
Douglas 

Fern 
Hill 



Glenda S. 
Lloyd 

Lona Mae 
Sorenson 

Margaret H. 
Slack 

Maxine 
Hawker 

Marva 
Young 



David O. 
Lloyd 

Vice-pres. 

Murry 
Sorenson 

Lawrence R. 
Slack 

Harold 
Hawker 

J. Ira 
Young 



Lila 
Tolman 

Marilyn S. 
Yarn 

Katie B. 
Gentry 

Carolyn 
Crockett 

Hannah Marie 
Day 



Glen H. 
Tolman 

Secy.-Treas. 

David H. 
Yarn 

Clinton 
Gentry 

Wilford W. 
Crockett 

Clinton E. 
Day 



292 



Samuel 
Chandler 

President 

Chester 
Mortensen 

Moyle 
Stewart 



Douglas 
Woodard 

Vice-pres. 

Malcolm 
Wilding 

Melvin 
Peterson 

Don 
Rapier 



Stewart 
Steed 

Melvin 
Orgill 

Owen 
Clark 

Morris 
Parkinson 



James 
Bradley 

Paul C. 
Andrus 

Merrill 
Ourfee 

Peter 
Miller 



Norman 
Hyatt 

Douglas 
Orgill 

Donald 
Murri 

Kenneth 
Mott 



Marion 
Newberry 

Clark 

Knowlton 

Wayne B. 
Weech 

Karl G. 
Buckmiller 



Kay 
Young 

J. Fabian 
Giroux 

Russell 
Kern 







-^rl&hcL 



r 



293 




eiu 







Gordon 
Forsythe 

President 


Kent 
Undhjem 

Vice-pres. 


Doug 
Andrew 


Bill D. 
Worthlin 


Ted 
Jones 


Kenneth 
Winsor 


Dale 
Johnson 


Robert 
Laird 


Ralph 
Price 


Elliot 

Fairbanks 


Dale 
Miller 


Hugh 
Law 


Gordon 
Jenkins 


Walter 
West 


Moyle 
Anderson 


J. F. 

Jacobson 


Lawrence 
Throne 


Ortho 
Fairbanks 


Allan 
Van Dyke 


Robert 
Potter 


Isaac 
Pierce 


Reed 
Bensen 


Justin 

Fairbanks 


Virgil 
Harris 


Grant 
Harris 


Don 
Bowen 


Elliott 
Berlin 


Homer 
Adams 




E. M. 
Miner 


Kay 
Waite 




Willis 
Waite 


Vernon 
Dieu 





294 



Tom 

Whitaker 

President 

Leonard 
Prestwich 



Hayle 

Buchanan 

Vice-pres. 

Harold 
Joyner 

Reid 
Nixon 



Mark 

Robertson 

Lester 
LaForce 

Carl 
Shelly 



Roy 
Holley 

Wayne 
Empey 

Paul 

Steele 



Carlyle 
Grey 

John 

Whitaker 

Stuart 
Tidwell 



Barlow 

Christensen 

Melvin 
Burton 

Byron D. 
Young 



Phillip 
Jorgenson 

W. Dale 
Goodson 

Bob 

Smurthwaite 





amma 



295 



oDeltci 




Earl 


Reid 


Richard 


Don 


Blaine 


Karl 


Don 


Brunnel 


Wayman 


Jensen 


Wixon 


Wasden 


Farnsworth 


Cleverly 


President 


Vice-pres. 












Wayne 


Dell 


Forest 


John 


Louis 


Dean 


Glade 


Ferguson 


Bosen 


Clark 


Christianson 


Cardon 


Anderson 


Stowell 


Don 


Lovin P. 


Wm. Arthur 


H. Charles 


John G. 


Alvin 


Russell 


Weaver 


Foulz 


Hansen 


Larsen 


Tolton 


Rasmussen 


Lewis 



2!)(i 



Reid 
Clark 

President 


Dan B. 
Henderson 


Penrod 
Glazier 


Llyle 
Mclffs 


Harrell 
Reintjes 


Lloyd 
Sandberg 


Conrod 
Hatch 


Merrill 
Balls 


Cory D. 
Richards 


Karl D. 
Sudekum 




^-eta ^-eta 



297 



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<p 



Mon 









Joel 
Moss 

President 

Charles 
Kamauoha 

Wilford 

LeCheminant 



Wells 
Mick 

Vice-pres. 

John 
Hilton 

Allen 
Purnell 



Sterling 
Mason 

Boris 

Watanabe 

Clyde 
Nielson 



Dan 

Ammot 

Mark 
Benson 

Arthur 
Wiscombe 



Beverly 
Crockett 

John 
Teinert 

John 
Teichert 



Charles 
Lloyd 

Jack 

Christensen 

LuDene 
Campbell 



Richard 
Smith 

John 
Hymes 

Bill 
Igalls 



21)8 



Grant 
Osborn 

President 


Walter M. 
Cole 

Vice-pres. 


Joe 
Moody 


Russell 
Cannon 


Ralph 
Shaffer 


Carl 
Morgan 


Thurman 
Willis 


Boyd 
Rich 


Sharrell 
Marrell 


Frank 
Weirig 


Robert L. 
Hales 


Harold L. 
LaMunyan 


Cecil 
Millett 


Neil 
Farr 


Melton 
Smith 


Doyle 
Swallow 


John L. 
LaMunyan 


Richard 
Sheranian 


William 
Knecht 


Ralph 
Barney 


Paul 
Barton 


Garth 
Allred 


Calvin 
Wilcox 


James 
Jensen 


Fred 

Crandall 


Don M. 
Petty 


Odell 
Hobbs 


John 
Tootle 




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Winter quarter pledging brought the "Y" Chapter of 
Lambda Delta Sigma membership to six hundred and 
fifty students. This is the largest membership in the 
history of the chapter. 

Among the numerous activities of the year were many 
"fun" dances and "get-acquainted" dances as -well as more 
formal dances. More formal parties were the Thanks- 
giving Feed, the Christmas Ball, Freckled Frolic. Sweet- 
heart Ball and Spring Round-up. Pictured below on the 
steps of the Smith Building axe the candidates for "Sweet- 
heart Queen" at the Sweetheart Ball. They are from left 
to right: Gwenna Johnson. Barbara Gambies, Jean Slack. 
Esma Langford. Beverly Johnson. Barbara Green, Lila 
Tolman, Corrine Smith, NaDene Ray — Sallv Western was 
absent. 




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Allred 




Edward 
Cook 




Calvin 
Cordor 




Paul 

Campbell 


Reid 
Allred 




Keith 
Allred 




Clyde 
Cordney 




Glen 
Butler 




Weldon 
Peterson 




Phillip 
Robison 


Max 

Williams 



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President 


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The Ag Club, under the able leadership of Kenneth Lud- 
low, functioned smoothly. Organized with the purpose of 
furthering agricultural purpose, the club efficiency accomp- 
lished this goal for the past year. 



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Marlie 
Miller 

Russell 
Berment 

Owen 
Lovell 



Katherine 
Muir 

Bob 

Briggs 

Elliot 

Fairbanks 

Ariel 

Ballif Jr. 



Calvin 
Wakefield 

Lucille 
Simmons 

Gorda 
Moulton 

Garma 
Teeples 



Clyde 
Robinson 


Ivan 

Sanderson 


Virgil 
Hansen 


Ruth 
Argyle 


Orthe 

Fairbanks 


Lloyd 

Henderson 


Westley 
Beckstan 


Nellie 
Winkler 



Dorothy 
Buchanan 

Merril 
Durfee 

Ilene 
Potts 



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Beverly Gibbons, 

Vice-president 

Dwaine Barker 

Secretary 





Alex Dorias 

President 



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The newly-organized Dance Club teaches its 
members poise and grace through the medium of 
the dance. They have given several exhibitions 
at assemblies and during the spring quarter pre- 
sented a program of dancing. Miss Lois Ensign, 
faculty member, sponsors these girls interested 
in the art of creative dancing. 



Edna Nielson, President; Bertha Randall (right), Secretary 





The group above: (first row) Gene Mcin- 
tosh, Helen Kilpack; (second row) Edna Niel- 
son, Betty Vernon. Pictured below are: (first 
row) Grace Lindsay, Ardis Adams, Orcella 
Orwin; (second row) Dorothy Laney and Roxey 
Nelson. 



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First row: Bobbie Robinson, Marie Dean By bee 
Second row: Madelyn Hatch, June Thain 
Third row: Marian Pitcher, Bertie Del Walsh 




First row: Donna Thamander. Marilyn Morley 
Second row: Elaine Sohm, Katie B. Gentry. 
Bertha Randall 




Colleen Hutchings, Velma Horner, Josephine 
West, Alice Maloney, Bonnie Hancock. 



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Members of International Relations Club have 
an active interest in international affairs plus the 
ability to enter into animated discussions. Al- 
though membership in the club is small, I.R.C. 
was very active this past year. 



First row, usual order: William C. Carr, faculty advisor, Virgil Harris, Carol Witbeck, Marion Jones, Walter 
West, Bill Gay, president. Second row: Clark Knowlton, Cyril M. Argyle, Douglas Woo lard, Burton Lincoln, A. 
C. Todd, David Law, James Hall, James S. Coleman. 







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Barbara Bird 

President 




Lois Coulson, Vice-president; Betty Argyle, Secretary; Bonnie Hancock, 
Reporter. 



Home Economics Club creates a professional spirit 
among- students of the Home Economics department. Regu- 
lar meetings are held at which interesting lectures are 
given. All girls registered in Home Economics courses are 
eligible for membership. 



Carol Barton 
Lorraine Hansen 
Carol Heiner 
LaReece Otteson 
Iris Tennant 



Carol Clark 
Elaine Dixon 
Verla Jean Erickson 
Joyce Lundell 
Meredith Hanseen 



Hazel Dawn Ream 
Helen Jones 
Marjorie Barlow 
Phyllis Wardle 
Betty Argyle 



Doris Francis 
Lenora Argyle 
Irene Wollaston 
Nina Mae Argyle 
Dorothy Petty 




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Organized in 1920, the Mask Club has been 
an active organization for all students in- 
terested in dramatic art. Each week they 
participate in various activities such as one- 
act plays and reading of plays. "Dear Ruth," 
presented this year, was sponsored by the 
club. 



Enid Caldwell 

President 



First row, usual order: Veloy Singleton, Lois Hansen, Naomi Clark, Eli Tippetts, Louise Abegg, Dayma John- 
son, Enid Caldwell. Second row: Rita Clement, Johnnie Belle Holley, Luanna Rushton, Nancy Sawyers, Anne 
Greaves, Arlene Shepherd, Jenna Vee Beck. Third row: Chris Sanders, Morris Roper. 




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First row, usual order: Clark Knowlton, Irene Briggs, Walter West, Virgil Harris, David Low, Nila 
Astir, Margaret Judd. Second row: Arnold Baker, George Crosby, Reed Clark, A. C. Todd, Gayle Ashworth, 
Dr. Hugh Nibley, Ghanuni Arastu. 



Margaret Judd, Secretary; Virgil Har- 
ris, Vice-president; A. C. Todd, Presi- 
dent. 




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Teachers and students interested in Rus- 
sian are organized into a club. They meet 
twice monthly and enjoy programs of songs, 
talks, reports, games, etc., in which the 
foreign language is the medium of speech. 



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With Bert Todd as president, the ski club be- 
gan its initial year as an organization on the cam- 
pus. Skiing on weekends and several nights dur- 
ing the year was the main function of the group. 
Spills, sprains, broken bones, thrills, fun-packed 
days of skiing — all a part of this group's activity. 



Members: 



Bert Todd 
Jaynann Morgan 
Marjorie Hart 
Lyman Sperry 
Shirlee Christensen 
Janet Stringham 
James Hall 
John Jeppson 
Jim Peterson 
J. Paul McGuire 
Jack Price 
Anne Greaves 
Dean Call 
Wyman Redd 
Grant Bronson 
Gordon Edwards 
Madelyn Hatch 
William Famsworth 
Floyd Mouulton 
Ben K. Pearse 
Cyril Hazelwood 



Delia Bettinger 
Mary Lou Madsen 
Ruth Chugg 
Lola Fae Scotty 
Colleen Hutchins 
Jay Lyman 
David Smith 
Robert W. Taylor 
Edna Harmon 
Robert Holmes 
May Anderson 
Janice Tibbetts 
Tom Taylor 
John Whitelv 
■Dale Wyatt 
Dick Peterson 
Harold Hymes 
John Allen 
Bruce Dixon 
Glen Harker 
Russell Hansen 



Eldon Lewis 
Mauvine Xielson 
Douglas Mclntre 
Jeff Nichols 
Ellen Stakes 
Carol Spicer 
Hope Harding 
Blaine Hunter 
Paul Scheer 
Cal McAffee 
Arlene Briem 
Rex Spendlove 
Bill Ingalls 
Keith Otteson 
Clive Wade 
Betty Oliver 
Richard Paxman 
Roscoe Rogers 
Rulen Jorgenson 
Loren Barlow 
Helen Kilpaek 




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First row, usual order: Joy Tangren, John Christiansen, Margaret Judd, Dr. H. T. Christensen, Dr. 
Reed Bradford, Marie Hardy, Dr. Ariel Ballif. Second row: Mary Lee Atkerson, Don O. Stewart, Elaine 
Todd, Ray R. Canning, Marvel Murphy, Clark S. Knowlton, Blaine Porter. Third row: Isaac D. Pierce, Glen 
J. Allen, Eugene A. Barker. 



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Aiming to foster fellowship among the 
Sociology majors and minors, the Sociology 
Club was organized last year. The organiza- 
tion sponsors such activities as lectures and 
tours. Blaine Porter, president of the club, 
conducted the affairs of the club capably and 
efficiently. 



Mary Lee Atkerson, Vice-president. 
Blaine Porter, President; Joy Tangren, 
Secretary. 




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First row, usual order: Whiting, Stevenson, Cunning-ton, Olsen, Day, Young. Second row: 
Hancock, Briem, Miller, Ferry, Gough. Third row: Schwantes, Rowan, Robinson, Eckersley, 
Patterson. Fourth row: Moon, Jepperson, dinger, Dangerfield, Edmunds, Astin, Sargent, Wool- 
ley. Fifth row: Summers, Law, Bixby, Jeffers, Wells, Nielson, Hansen. Sixth row: Etezad, 
Olsen, Olsen, Winsor, Dominguez, Forster, Carrell. 




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Carol Hilton, Secretary; Albert G. 
Everett, President; Lorraine Russell, Re- 
porter. 






First row, usual order: Sessions, Hardy, Kennedy, Bentley, Morgan, Simmons, Martineau. 
Second row: Brady, Gottfredson, Willden, Jones, Bowen, Sorenson, Palfreyman, Bowen. Third 
row: Miller, Barrett, Jensen, Giles, Gilbert, Miller. Fourth row: Dennett, Bunn, Merrill, Harris 
Graham, Bluth, Rodas. Fifth row: Smurthwaite, Tendstrom, Whitaker, Nielsen. Sixth row: 
Marshall, Christman, Clark, Lundell, Threet, Nielsen, Johnson. 



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B-Y'sers Town Meeting had 
Hayle Buchanan as its president 
spring quarter. Its purpose is to 
stimulate the power of critical 
analysis on the part of students in- 
terested in current issues of inter- 
national, national, local, and cam- 
pus importance. 




Orin Parker, Fall quarter president. 

A. C. Todd, Winter quarter president. 

Hayle Buchanan, Spring quarter president. 



First row, usual order: Ireta Wheeler, Leslie Wheeler, Elma Larsen, Dr. Alonzo J. Morley, Afton Taylor, Hayle 
Buchanan, Clarence Townsend. Second row: A. C. Todd, Lennie Threet, Marna Holm, Wesley Butler, Ralph 
Bensen, Jay Peterson, Moyle Anderson. 




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Trumpets 



Vera Tueller 
Bert Mason 
Thayne Murray 



Trombone 

Sam Flinders 



Drums 

Gayle Watson 



Bass 



Carling Allen 



Piano 

Rulon Bennett 



Vocalist 

Marion Strieker 



Saxophones 



Eldon Puckett 
Carl Crandall 
Wes Barry 
George Puckett 




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Saxophones 

Carl Crandall 
Lucille Sandberg 
Freddie Gardner 
Boyd Peay 
Kent Riddle 



Trombones 

Bruce Riddle 
Norman J. Hunt 
Bob Evans 



Trumpets 



Lavina Borgeson 
Bob Rowley 
Dick Ballou 



Rythmn Section 

Gordon Lee, drums 
Sam Pratt, piano 
Alma Willey, bass 



Vocals by : 



Lavina Borgeson 
Bob Evans 



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First row, usual order: Rushton, Williams, Hansen, Billings, Curtis, Dickson, Millwood, 
Gwilliam. Second row: Callister, Hirschi, Peck, Brandley, Lewis, Etezad, Mortensen. Third 
row: Mclff, Wainwright, Jensen, Madsen, Anderson, Wall, Roper. Fourth row: Jones, Kriss- 
man, Nelson, Roper, Dewsnup. Fifth row: Lee, Widdison, Ricks, Miller, Witbeck, Sixth row: 
M. Hutchins, C. Hutchins, Ballou, Ruff, Bodily. 




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Jean Reese, President; Doug Woodard, 
Vice-president; Myrene Greenwell, Sec- 
retary. 



First row, usual order: Brown, Lundell, Bright, Allred, Bullen, Call. Second Row: Asay, 
Hawkins, Nichols, Dickson, Green, Bowen. Third row: Hulihan, Page, Hollyoak, Brown, Hella- 
well. Fourth row: Hernandez, Dominguez, Lowe, Belles, Mathews, Smith, Tolton, Blake, 
Campbell, Cooke Furse, Stott, J. Reuben Clark. 



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Coy Mullen, Vice-president; Reid Clark, 
President; Dorothy Laney, Secretary. 



First row, usual order: Ida Lee Jackson, Lucille Walser, Verl Taylor, Jennie Robinson, Dave Payne, Evelyn 
Cope. Second row: Sarah Lewis, V. Mae Lunt, Mary Jo Speed, Jan Fenn. Third row: Ray Lunt, Lonnie Jarrell, 
Floyd Taylor, Dale Tidewell, George Speed, Rhoda Lewis. 




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First row, usual order: Ruth Hay, Dan Henderson, Marian Johan, Calvin Wilcox. Second row: Geraldine 
Kinsley, Bettie Reid, Helen Jacobson, Ruth Crowley, Marion Strieker, Frances Toms, Darlene Moody. Third row: 
Montel Miner, Colleen Cheel, Adell Gardner, Cal McAffee, Cal Young, Paul Phelps, Charles Muhlestein. 





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Preston Richards, Treasurer; Rosanne 
Sessions, Secretary; Gordon Jenkins, 
President. 



First row, usual order: Carol Richardson, Barbara Green, Gwen Sparks, Audith Osborn, Rita Clement, Lessa 
Rasmussen. Second row: Bill Garrett, Carolyn Johnson, Colin Gardner, Winnie Phelps, Betty Clark, Mary Stand- 
ley. Third row: John Hilton, Marilyn Harmon, Lou Stoddard, Wilbur E. Moulton, Reed Harker. 




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Harvard Hinton, President; 
Barbara Bennett, Vice-president 



Barbarar Marshall, 
Marian Graff, Ross Esplin, Karl Farnsworth. 



First row, usual order: Lloyd Sanberg, Robert Gates, Robert Warner. - •- 

Jeneal » .,, 

row: Homer Christensen, Phil G. Robison, Mary Jean Robison, 




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First Row, usual order: Delores Francis, Madge Harding, Lon Law, Eloise Olson, Georgia Green David Wine- 
Loume Hemnger. Second row: Raida Harding, Almina Anderson, Carmen Ursenbach Ramona Clarke June Briggs' 

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Kathleen Taylor, secretary; Elizabeth 
Brandley, Vice-president; John A Green, 
President. 



First row usual order: Fedora Fuller, Arlene Johnson, Dean Johnson, Beatrice Folsum, Robert Holmes Gloria 
EtatoBuUoJ eC °i ro l B °r ^rcer Zola Glenn, Cliff Peterson, Kenneth Irving, Garth Harris, Cal Bindley, 
Ulame Bullock. Thrrd row: Gordon LeBaron, Wayne Rasmussen, David Stevens, Curtis Wynder, Kenneth Nielson. 







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Bob Smurthwaite, President; Connie 
Earl, Secretary and Treasurer; Norma 
Larsen, Reporter; Bruce Stevens, Vice- 
president. 



First row, usual order: Robert Kendall, Val Barnett, McKell Wheelwright, Jack Christensen. Second row: Udel 
Poulsen, Barbara Webb, Keith Markham, Norma Larsen, Lse Richeson, Clair Stoddard, Harvey Blakeslee. Third row: 
Don Markham, Wayne Fergusen, Morrell Bunn, Bill Thoma 3, Leon Salisbury, Rex Clark, Bill Ingalls, Joel Hendry. 
Fourth row: Dean Dennett, Arvin Springthorpe, Boyd Thomas, Russ Lewis, Dick Jensen, Jim Miller. 







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First row, usual order: June Bettett, Inez Theobald, Grant Woodbury, Shirley Monroe, Nadine Robins, Duane 
Rasmussen, La Von Johnson, Glen Bushnell. Second row: Blaine Wasden, Gloria Hilton, Harlan Hilton, Bonnie Jean 
Theobald, Rosalynd George, Madelyn Mathews, Edith Anderson, Homer Christensen. Third row: Dewey Bulkley, 
Robert Black, Ferrin Lovell, Leoyd Lovell, Lawrence Hilton, Lee Pratt, Clarence Robinson. 




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Phillip Robison, President; Ramona 
Finlinson, Vice-president; Betty Jane 
Roper, Reporter; Jeneal Moody, Secre- 
tary and Treasurer. 



First row, usual order: Carol Hansen, Ralph Barney, Donna Rigby, Joe Moody, Hope Harding, Daune Rasmus- 
sen, Glenna Stucki, Jean Harris. Second row: Bruce Hilton, Dorothy Henderson, Grant Harrie, Wayne Christensen, 
Acel Nielson, Mary Jean Robison, Reece Finlinson, Kimball Hansen, Melba Johnson. Third row: Ladd Black, Ralph 
Lovell, Mavis Dewsnup, Merlin Forester, Paul Black, Bette Hardy, Dean Anderson, Roland Robins, Dee Wright. 




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Mitzi Stevenson, Secretary; Melvin 
Randall, Vice-president; Pat Critchlow, 
President. 



First row, usual order: Beth Browning, Ilene Hale, Theresa Eckenbrecht, Wayne Carver, Mitzi Stevenson, Shir- 
ley Cunnington, Worth P. Wheelwright; Veda Miller. Second row: Elese Marie Doxey, Marilyn Doxey, Ruth Chugg, 
La Dona Gammell, Pat Critchlow, Marvel Murphy, Dale Brown, Roland Wheelwright. Third row: Marilynn King- 
ston, Lorraine Dame, Allan Van Dyke, C. Elliott Berlin, Howard L. Randall. 




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First row, usual order: Byron Williams, Floyd J. Banks, Max B. Christensen, Ray Whitworth, Fay Christen- 
sen, Sidney Gilbert. Second row: Dee Jay Brady, June Tanner, Carma Rasmussen, Ma Rue Keller, Harold Hymas, 
Maxine Brim, Lynn Perry, Barbara Gamble, Nina Gamble, Dell Bosen. Third row: LuDean Gilbert, Nelda Yost, 
Patricia Gordon, Betty Hirsche, Dan B. Henderson, Mae Jensen, Ann Grimmett, Bill Hart, Dorothy Petty, Mary Ida 
Ream. Fourth row: Bill Nichols, Wendell Peterson, Verl Mumford, Allen Brady, Cecil Lloyd. 




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Doris Miller, Vice-president; Jay 
Jensen, President; Gladys Rawlings, 
Secretary. 

First row, usual order: Kenneth McBride, Hal Luke, Max King, Isaac Pierce. Second row: Carolyn Thomp- 
son, Marcene Camp, Hazel Dawn Ream, Eugene Steugill, Rodney Gorden, Laura Lee Jones, Roma Jean Carnahan. 
Ramona Shaw, Jack P. Hale. Third row: Lex Crannly, LaVar Meacham, Edmund J. McClure, Howard A. Hanks, 
Max D. Nelson, Forrest Hall, Nan Kelsey, Elaine Stanger, Grant Elliott, Roy King. 




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Ramona Rainwater, Secretary; Jack 
Joyner, Vice-president; Margaret Young, 
President. 



First row, usual order: Scotty Kiester, Polly Kiester, Harvey Mette, Dimple Aycock, Oliver Harold Joyner, Ra- 
mona Rainwater, Celeste Baker, Byron C. Williams, Margaret Young, Jack F. Joyner. Second row: Walter 
Johnson, James Bryant, Willard D. O'Berry, Very Owens, Grace Fulghum, Jewell G. Addison, Clarence Tyndall, 
Melbronoe Wallace. Third row: Robert Fischer, Don Mc Bride, Wally Cole, Denver Harper, Charles Melton. 







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First row, usual order: Jepson, Haacke, McMillan, Jones, Evans, 
Coon, Laney, Call, Young. Second Row: Willis, L. Harris, Empey, Good- 
son, Goodwin, Farmer, Randall, Redford, Higgenbotham. Third row: Jepp- 
son, Johnson, Horner, Klinger, Nicholls, Haroldson, Smith. Fourth row: 
D. Olsen, R. Olsen, Jeppson, Mason, Montague, Brinton, Thomas, Brown. 



Jean Randall, Reporter; Nyla Clement, Secretary. 
Morris D. Parkinson, President; J. Reed Dowdle, 
Vice-president. 



First row, usual order: Smith, Day, I. Matson, E. Matson, Bright, Craw- 
ley, Christensen, Holm, Nielsen. Second Row: Chandler, Andrus, Brown, Rus- 
sell, Cook, Harris, West, Filt, Chandler, Kendall. Third row: Parker, 
Casper, Wardle, Hansen, Merrill, Call, Briggs, Nielson, Thomson, Holm, 
B. Baird, M. Baird. Fourth row: Pettijohn, Bright, Christensen, Johnson, 
Richards, Myers, Ostler, Hardy, Howard, Brown, Campbell. Fifth row: 
Brown, Casper, Wheelwright, Hawker, Peterson, Hansen, Undhjen, May- 
nard, Chadwick, Molen. 




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Ursel Allred, Reporter; Kirk Wilkins, 
President; Gwen Case, Secretary; Ina 
Mae Collier, Vice-president. 



First row, usual order: Donna Lundell, David Wilson, Emma Jean Maxwell, Lowell Hall, Marie Haslem, Dorothy 
Defa. Second row: Shirley Turnbow, Abbott Ward, Sarah Colton, June Ann Snyder, Arthur Wiscombe, June Black. 
Third row: Miles Colton, Lessa Rasmussen, Boyd Goodrich, Verla Jean Cricksen, Rose Brokaw, Eva Rae Eldredge, 
Patricia Koyen. Fourth row: Andrew Tolboe, Otic Weeks, D. Rulon Smithson, Donna Rae Labrum, James Hall, 
Howard Wiscombe, Jack Wallis, Jesse V. Haws, Beverly Olsen, Don L. Caider, Elaine Poulson. 




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First row, usual order: Wayne Weech, Alice Faye Failey, Jim Skousen, Hazel Dawn Macdonald, Anonna Perkins, 
Merlin Stradling, Jack Davis. Second row: Chester Mortensen, Janet Udall, Don Rapier, Legia Mendenhal, Boyd 
Winterton, Euline Bradford, Georgia Heder, Ida Mae Alldredge. Third row; Barbara Heywood, Virginia Brinton, 
Betty Jane McClellan, Verna Knudson, Fay Nichols, Arlene Shepherd, Ellen Sanders, Lillian Sanders, Nathel Open- 
shap. Fourth row: Marion A. Newberry, Glade E. Stowell, John W. Schwantes, Ernest J. Wilkins, Ross Westover, 
Peter Skousen. 




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Peggy Hancock, Secretary; Kenneth 
Shepherd, Vice-president; Roscoe Rogers, 
President. 



First row, usual order: Dwayne A. Williams, Norma Abegg, Wilford W. Crockett, Carolyn Crockett, Herand K. 
Farr, Preston J. Bushman. Second row: Kenner Kartchner, Rose Eyring, Virginia Brinton, Wally Broberg, Dick 
Dominguez, Ralph Bigelow, Barbara Heywood, Robert Despain, Alice Bushman. Third row: Bob Green, Kay Allan 
Driggs, Bonnie Katherine Hancock, Irvin Toutz, Nadine Isaacson, Myrtle Hancock, Zena Beadle. Fourth row: Paul 
Campbell, Dean Abekk, Wayton H. Hokes, Raymond Beckham, Dwight Stapley, Clawson Heaton, John Hansen. 




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Beverly Jameson, Reporter; Darlene 
Brimhall, Secretary; Max C. Robinson, 
President; Rosemary Bischoff, Vice-presi- 
dent. 



First row, usual order: Gordon Wirig, Marilyn Haskell, Dewight Despain, Robert H. Rollins, Verla Lu Smith, 
Richard James, Mildred Teslich, Lyle Smith, John Teichert. Second row: Leland Fillerup, Catherine Romney, 
sponsor, Frank H. Wirig, Melva White, Sharmene Brough, Victor C. Cassity, Evelyn Alger, Betty Nielson, Leland 
Helle well, Bob Lynn. Third row: Lorene Brown, Jean Lutz, Lou Narramore, Birdean Tippets, Kathryn Williams, 
Gilmer Anderson, Delta Wilde, Garth Allred, Spence Williams, Jack Robinson, Oliver Davis, Ernest Olson, Carol 
Spicer, Conway Threet. Fourth row: Lenoir Asay, Joe Nate, Ed Haggen, Robert Dix Asay, L. Threet. 







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First row, usual order: Marica Anderson, Mary Park, Helen Williams, Hal Reintjes, Lucille Rose, Helen Jacob- 
son, Richard Amott, Beverly Fitton, Sharman Matson, Paul Reintjes. Second row: Edna Ryskamp, Joy Wilden, 
Ruth Dahlen, Ruth Flander, Irene Boam, Marge Butterfield, Virginia Fontenot, Beverly Landgren, Bob Clayton, 
Carlyn Brown, Doug S. King. Third row: Reid Cameron, Redginal Dauff, Kenneth Mott, Ralph L. Hawkins, 
Justin Fairbanks. 




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First row, usual order: Joy Simmons, Bill Theodore, Donna Hawkins, Virginia Thayer. 
Devito, Leroy Burleigh, Wayne Hillier, George Voightlander, Carolyn Brown, Joe Segna. 



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Amir Ardjomand Fereydaun Saleh, President 
Mahsen Etezad 



Winifred Phelps 
Freydaun Adl 
Jalal Rashtian 




Nassar Gangei 
Louise Abegg 
Enayat Darasti 



Iran Movaghar 
Arasti Ghanuni 
Ahmad Ahmadi 



Vonnie Beth Davis 
Houshang Ram 
Nasser Esphahanian 



Manausher Rafatjah 
Farhad Ganjei 
Wylie Swapp 



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If you ever went to Oxford or Cambridge, or even slummed a little 
at Sorbonne, you would be quickly impressed by the length and strength 
of the Old School Tie. ... I wish sometimes that someone had designed 
an Old School Tie for BYU, and endowed it with that magic quality which 
makes men proud to wear it in their most distinguished moments, to 
sport it with the same pride they feel in family and country ; and to hold 
it as their talisman that they belonged and still do belong to a school 
famous for its learning, sportsmanship and character. 

To have belonged to an institution like Oxford is a fact considered 
worthy of perpetuation in the lives of her alumni. They quote it on every 
conceivable and inconceivable occasion; they form clubs about it; write 
books about it, mention it with splendid nonchalance when they are married, 
or invent something or take their seat in the Lord's. 

Members of my family have their Old School Ties, and I used to envy 
them, not the colored piece of merchandise, but the fierce pride and love 
of which it is the talisman. One of them is a Leed's man, another be- 
longs to Sorbonne. When I knew I was to enter BYU, I mentally allied my- 
self with them, with their loyalties, their pride and enthusiasms. 

Henceforth, I thought, I, too, should feel the cherished bonds of the 
Old School Tie. That mysterious element emanating from the walls of 
great schools into the souls of its students, would become a part of mine. 
I couldn't imagine anything more desirable, more stimulating, more in- 
spiring. 

That was a year ago. I have learned since, that an Old School Tie is 
woven slowly and with individual, painstaking care. There are those who 
would reduce it to a swift, emotional experience, roused to pleasurable 
frenzy by a cheerleader in a moment of the game, but that, to me, is only 
a thread, an infinitesimal thread of the whole beautiful fabric. 

In my Old School Tie will be warm reds, the after-glows of memorable 
friendships; gold discovered in unexpected places and innumerable blues, 
of moods, and skies, and homesickness. There will be greens, the special 
hue of all freshmen, and those of springtime in the New World; a little 
purple — one may dream of glory; and a few tinsel threads. And, in- 
evitably, the strings of a violin will be caught in my weaving, a Symphony 
Orchestra which wove into my school life, the almost saintly purity of 
Debussy and the rich sombre hues of Bach. 

The knowledge will be mine that my school is what I have made her. 
By the height of my brilliance is her scholastic attainment measured; by 
my personal integrity is her integrity judged; by my faithful adherence 
to the principles she taught me, is her success and potency estimated. 

There is beauty in the conscious weaving of an Old School Tie. There 
is responsibility, too. But I am willing to earn the right to be proud of 
my school and to be able to take my place among the proud men of Har- 
vard, Sorbonne and Oxford. 

— An editorial written by Miss Edith Russell, a student from Fieldhurst, 

London, England. 



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— A — 



Abbott, Bob Walter 101 

Abbott, S. Fielding 145, 196, 197, 201, 

202 
\bbott, Ward Owen 101 

Abegg, Dean M. 36, 329 

Abegg, Hal V. 101 

Abegg, Louise 45, 144, 149, 244, 258, 
283, 308, 332 

Abegg Norma 61, 174, 252, 329 

Adair, Ethel M. 101 

Adair, Pearl 61, 268 

Adams, Ardis 79, 254, 289, 304 

Adams, Betty 292 

Adams, Carma 61, 242, 262 

Adams, Georganna 45 

Adams, Homer Lee 79, 294 

Adams, John Hortt 61, 292 

Adams, June 266 

Adams, Karl 101, 211, 217 

Adams, Laura 101 

Adams, Laurine 79, 290 

Adams, Mack S. 101, 235 

Adams, Mary June 101 

Adams, Ramona 101, 260 

Adams, Sharon 101 

Adamson, Jack S. 79 

Addison, Jewell G. 101, 326 

Adkins, Laura W. 79 

Adl, Preydaun 332 

Ahamdi, Ali Ahmad 101, 332 
. Aiken, Patricia Ruth 79 

Alder, B. Alfred 212, 213 

Alexander, Carlos 188 

Alger, Evelyn Alice 101, 291, 330 

Aldredge, Ida Mae 101, 329 

Alleman, Ray S. 239 

Allen, Carling D. 314 

Allen, Carma H. 291 

Allen, Carol 101 

Allen, Dean L. 101, 281 

Allen, Franklin H. 45 

Allen, Glen J. 101, 311 

Allen, John S. 310 

Allen, Leland R. 45 

Allen, Mark K. 31 

Allen, Phyllis 101, 238 

Allen, Rita 101, 263 

Allen, Robert C. 217 

Allman, Verl P. 243 

Allied, C. McKay 239 

Allred, Calvin M. 101 

Allied, Charles Clinton 79 

Allred, Dorald M. 79, 243 

Allred, Garth White 101, 146, 299, 330 

Allred, Keith R. 70, 302 

Allred, Marie 79, 260, 285 

Allred, Olga 45 

Allred, Perry Leon, Jr. 101 

Allred, R. Chase 61, 302 

Allied, Reid T. 79, 302 

Allred, Richine 79 

Allred, Rudean 101 

Allred, Shirley 101, 288 

Allred, Ursel H. 101, 144, 146, 316, 328 

Ambler, Etta Jeanne 101 

Amott, Richard 331 

Andelin, Julia 61 

Anderson, Almina 79, 321 

Anderson, Arthur B. 101 

Anderson, Betty Lou 45, 144, 145, 246 

287 
Anderson, Billy Joe 101, 135, 168, 251 
Anderson, Bula Jeanette 61 



Anderson, Carrol 101 

Anderson, Clair R. 101, 275 

Anderson, Clara 45, 240, 286 

Anderson, Colleen 79, 220, 253 

Anderson, Dean 296, 323 

Anderson, Don Carl 61 

Anderson, Dwayne 61, 232, 280 

Anderson, Edith 101, 287, 323 

Anderson, Elvon George 316 

Anderson, Evaun 101 

Anderson, Gilmer T. 102, 330 

Anderson, Grant W. 101 

Anderson, Gwen 101 

Anderson, Helen C. 263 

Anderson, J. Moyle 61, 237, 294, 313 

Anderson, James 102 

Anderson, Jean 44, 45, 245, 249, 267 

Anderson, Karma 79 

Anderson Kennion 271 

Anderson, LaDeane 101 

Anderson, Marcia 331 

Anderson, May 310 

Anderson, Norma 101, 135 

Anderson, Nyal W. 79 

Anderson, Richard B. 101 

Anderson, Robert 79, 101, 146, 275 

Anderson, Thiel 256 

Anderson, Victoria 188 

Andrea, Bill 233, 234, 251 

Andre, Eugene 187 

Andrew, Douglas B. 61, 294 

Andrus, Elden G. 79 

Andrus, Ivan 45, 233, 234, 327 

Andrus, Marie 79 

Andrus, Margarite D. 61 

Andrus, Paul B. 34, 35, 100, 101, 161, 

235, 251, 293 
Arastu, Ghanuni 309 
Arave, Louise M. 79 
Ardjomand, Morteza Amir 101, 332 
Argyle, Betty 79, 254, 289, 307 
Argvle, Cyril M. 306 
Arglye, Grace Ruth 101, 303 
Argyle, Harold J. "Hoot" 79, 251 
Argyle, Lenora 79, 268, 307 
Argyle, Nina Mae 289, 307 
Arlt, Helen Edith 101 
Armstrong, Gay 45, 286 
Armstrong, Jeanette 79 
Asay, LaNoir 101, 316, 330 
Asay, Robert D. 101, 330 
Asay, Val E. 102 
Ash, Cecil Grant 45, 248, 270 
Ash, Donna O. 45 
Ash, Yvonne 101 
Ash, Zola Rae 163, 249 
Ashby, Donetta 101 
Ashby, Lois 101, 135 
Ashby, Merrill H. 101 
Ashby, Richard 102 
Ashcroft, Anne 79 
Ashworth, Clinton 101, 235, 275 
Ashworth, Dean 101, 271 
Ashworth, Ellen 45, 151, 249, 266 
Ashworth, Gayle C. 219, 290, 309 
Ashworth, Joe H. 271 
Astin, Marion 312 
Astin, Nila 309 

Atkerson, Mary Lee 37, 45, 267, 311 
Atkin, Cynthia Ruth 101 
Ault, Virginia 45, 226, 260 
Austin, Iris 79 
Austin, Joan Cowley 101, 267 
Averett, Dean W. 101 
Avery, Barry H. 101 
Aycock, Dimple 326 



B — 



Babbel, Elaine 104 

Babbel, Pearl A. 62 

Babbel, Vera 46 

Badger, Bill Burton 103 

Baggs, E. Kent 46, 232, 279 

Bagley, L. Marie 105 

Bailey, Annette 37, 265 

Bailey, Barbara 34, 35, 37, 45, 161, 240, 
249 

Bailey, Betty 144 

Bailey, Bryce 46, 276 

Bailey, Paul Jones 103 

Baird, Audree 103 

Baird, Beth 81, 327 

Baird, Maxine 61, 290, 327 

Baird, Orrin E. 105 

Baird, William N. 105 

Baker, Carole Deanne 103, 263 

Baker, Celestia 326 

Baker, Charles Arnold 102, 309 

Baker, Suzanne 105, 137, 258 

Ball, Carol 103 

Ball, James E. 105 

Ballif Dr. Ariel S. 195, 311 

Ballif, Ariel S. Jr. 61, 141, 144, 145, 

146, 149, 159, 163, 164, 246, 303 
Ballif, Arta R. 142, 143, 147 
Ballif George E. 270 
Ballif, Moana 80, 134, 139, 149, 266 
Ballou, Richard E. "Dick" 315, 316 
Balls, Merril R. 104, 297 
Bangerter, Blauer L. 61 
Banks, Floyd J. 104, 325 
Barber, Marian 103 
Barker, Dwain C. 46, 303 
Barker, Eugene A. 311 
Barker, Joseph V. 232 
Barker, Melba 45 
Barker, Robert 45 
Barlow, Irene S. 240 
Barlow, Joel 103 
Barlow, Loren C. 310 
Barlow, Marjorie 62, 284, 307 
Barnett, Val Auvern 63, 281, 322 
Barney, Donald 211 
Barney, JoAnn 103 
Barney, Ralph D. 299, 323 
Barney, Vern J. 81, 320 
Barrett, Bill 312 
Barrett, Doyle 102 
Barrett, Lorin Edward 103 
Barry, H. Wesley "Wes" 104, 314 
Bartholomew, Bessy 80 
Bartholomew, Betty 81 
Bartholomew, Byrd 103 
Bartholomew, Dean W. 81 
Barton, Carol 79, 289, 307 
Barton, Frank Francis 105 
Barton, Paul W. 104, 299 
Bassett, Norman Kent 102 
Bate, Lamont C. 105 
Bateman, Maurice B. 81, 251, 273 
Baxter, Alton D. 103 
Baxter, Elizabeth 103 
Beadle, Zena L. 103, 329 
Bean, Marge 102 
Bean, Robert S. 62, 270 
Beard, Elaine B. 61 
Bearnson, Norma 102 
Beaulieu, Jean 256 
Beck, Barbara 80 
Beck, Dr. D. Eldon 243, 337 
Beck, Donna Aleda 46 



339 



Beck, Earl A. 62, 272 

Beck, Jenna Vee 62, 143, 249, 259, 308 

Beck, Ken 251 

Beck, Roland J. 105 

Beck, Ruth Bene 103 

Beckham, Raymond 104, 135, 329 

Beckman, Leonard W. 104 

Beckstan, Westley 303 

Beckstead, Vida Thayle 104 

Beckstrom, Ted H. 81 

Bee, Cal 147 

Beech, Basil 103 

Beem, Ivan R. 79, 203, 207 

Beertsen, Norman 239 

Beesley, Mary 104 

Berlin, William J. 61 

Bell, Beulah 61 

Bell, Delos 105 

Bell, Lynn C. 102 

Bell, Ross 105 

Belles, Noal 316 

Bench, John R. 102 

Bendall, Jack R. 103 

Bennett, Barbara 102, 263, 320 

Bennett, Beth 61 

Bennett, Boyd H. 103 

Bennett, ElDean 105, 214 

Bennett, John 275 

Bennett, June 323 

Bennett, Rulon Dee 314 

Bennion, Adam S. 21 

Bennion, Eleanor 63, 287 

Bennion, George 233 

Bennion, Grant B. 103 

Bennion, Joyce 81 

Bennion, Kenneth P. 104 

Bennion, Lynette 80, 289 

Bensen, Helen B. 269 

Benson, Mark A. 104, 298 

Benson, Ralph 103, 313 

Benson, Reed A. 79, 151, 294 

Benson, Stanton F. 45, 276 

Bentley, Gladys B. 80, 312 

Bentley, Maurine 223 

Benwe't, Randa 103 

Beoke, Barbara 104 

Berg, Alvin L. 104 

Berg, Bernell 103 

Berlin, C. Elliott 294, 324 

Berment, Russell 303 

Berrett, Darrell Alden 62 

Berry, June 45, 285 

Bestland, Alta F. 105 

Bettinger, Ardella 103, 258, 310 

Betts, Noel L. 79 

Beus, Eliza 244 

Beus, Katherine 244, 283 

Bezzant, Mae S. 46, 264 

Bezzant, Matthew K. 61 

Bickmore, Barbara 103, 267 

Bickmore, Patricia Kay 267 

Bigelow, Lvnn 102, 321 

Bigelow, Ralph J. 103, 274, 329 

Billings, Howard K. 102 

Billings, LaVae 102, 316 

Billings, May 240 

Billings, Russell M. 271 

Bingham, Alf 80, 273 

Bingham, Sanford 147 

Binks, Blair Norris 103 

Bird, Barbara 254, 307 

Bird, Howard F. 80 

Bird, J. Reed 102 

Bird, Norman G. 103 

Bird, Virginia 149, 284 

Bischoff, Rosemary 63, 137, 240, 287, 
330 

Bitter Charles Eldon 80 

Bixby, Hertha 61, 79, 269, 286, 312 

Bjarnson, Reeda 81 

Blacheo, Donna 103 

Black, Alma June 328 

Black, Clair B. 46 

Black, Dixie N. 137, 219, 222, 237, 268 

Black, Forest R. 62, 232 

Black Jean 81 

Black, Ladd J. 323 

Black, Paul C. 105, 235, 323 

Black, Robert L. 102, 323 

Blackham, Angus Udell 62 

Blackham, Garth 105 



Blackham, Lula Belle 63, 223, 257 

Blaisdale Trio 190 

Blake, Helene 79, 220, 316 

Blakeslee, Harvey T. 81, 322 

Blanch, Mae 105 

Blanding, Don 189 

Bleazard, Donna 80 

Bluth, Dewey 276 

Bluth, Elaine 103, 244, 312 

Bluth, Jacqueline 81 

Boam, Irene 103, 331 

Boardman, Beverly 81, 151, 254, 262 

Bocher, Donna 285 

Bodily, Keith 316 

Bodilv, Lucille 244 

Boels', Joe 238 

Boley, LaBelle 104, 260 

Bolhvinkel, Donna Lou 103 

Bond, Dean W. 104 

Bond, Marian Louise 81, 261 

Bonnett, John S. 276 

Bonnett, Lowell Woothon 103, 210 

Booke, Barbara R. 135, 284 

Booth, Lillian C. 25 

Booth, Robert "Bob" 271 

Booth, Sharee 105, 285 
Booth, Sterling 80, 270 

Booth, Virginia 81, 222, 268 

Borgeson, Clara R. 105 

Borgeson, Lavina 315 

Bosen, Dell 104, 217, 235, 296, 325 

Bostwick, Gordon 105 

Boswell, George Maurice 45 

Boswell, Ruth Virginia 102, 220 

Bowan, Albert E. 21 

Bowen, Afton 80, 312 

Bowen, Barbara 81, 286 

Bowen, Don 280, 294, 312, 316 

Bowen, Ellen Beverlev 80, 145, 154, 155 
246, 254, 267 

Bowen, Kathalee Elva 103 

Bowen, Lafe 103 

Bowen, William D. 58 

Bowser, Larry 103 

Boyack, LaMeryle 135 

Boyce, Derald 103 

Boyer, Francis 80 

Boyer, Leah 62, 287 

Boyle, Norma 81, 254, 263 

Braden, Howard Lester 214 

Bradford, Elaine 240 

Bradford, Euline 62, 267, 329 

Bradford, Gordon Richard 248 

Bradford, Dr. Reed 311 

Bradford, Rex 62 

Bradlev, Elizabeth 102 

Bradlev, Harold 279 

Bradley, James L. 36, 46, 233, 274, 293 

Bradshaw, Mae Beth 103 

Bradshaw, Samuel Rawl 80 

Bradv, Allen J. 103, 312, 325 

Brady, Beverly J. 80, 256 

Bradv, Dee Jay 325 

Brady, Melvin 103 

Bramwell, Jeane 105 

Brand, Shirley Rose 81 

Brandlev, Calvin 105, 321 

Brandley, Elizabeth 288, 321 

Brandley, Marian 62, 141, 146, 316 

Brannock, Evelyn 102 

Breimholt, Verdi 165 

Brereton, Harold Warren 140 

Brewer, Courtney H. 63, 144, 147, 232, 
272 

Brewer, Mary Nannette 103 

Bridges, Bob* L. 80, 281, 303 

Briem, Arlene 63, 137, 262, 310, 312 

Briggs, Faye 61, 224, 259 

Briggs Irene Muriel 62, 244, 309 

Briggs, Jacqueline 103, 327 

Briggs, June 321 

Briggs, Junior 272 

Bright, Edvthe 62, 149, 258, 290, 327 

Bright, Elaine 103, 149, 259, 316, 327 

Brim, Maxine 105, 325 

Brimhall, Darlene Mae 81, 253, 284, 330 

Brimhall, Karl 80, 278 

Brimhall, Louise 287 , 

Brimhall, Victor 34, 35, 43, 44, 46, 241, 

248 
Brink, Nellie 104 



Brintois, Eh-.-i 102 

Brinton, J. Emerson 102, 327 

Brinton, Virg -ia 102, 258, 329 

Bristow, Richard O. 80 

Broadbent, Dr. Thomas L. 31, 38 

Broberg, Wally 329 

Brockbank, Carol 82, 155, 254, 266 

Brockbank, Dean L. 62 

Brockbank, Zina C. 46 

Brokaw, Rose Marie 103, 136, 137, 328 

Bronson, Grant 310 

Brooks, Barbara Dean 103 

Brooks, William Mark 62 

Brooksby, John Carl 63, 320 

Brough, Sharmene 79, 330 

Broulim, Dorothy 102, 288 

Brown, Annette 264 

Brown, Barbara 256 

Brown, Beth 103 

Brown, Bette 286 

Brown, Carolyn 331 

Brown, Carol 81 

Brown, Douglas 62 

Brown, Elaine 104, 137, 220, 258 

Brown, Glen 272 

Brown, Hugh B. 31 

Brown, Ilene 81, 220, 222, 291, 327 

Brown, James R. 81 

Brown, Karl 273 

Brown, Kathryn Ann 105 

Brown, Lorene 104, 330 

Brown, Louine 61, 234, 262 

Brown, Lyle W. 103, 316, 327 

Brown, Merril 104 

Brown, Mervin 327 

Brown, Movie 327 

Brown, Polly 316 

Brown, Robert 79 

Brown, Robert 276 

Brown, Robert Dale 144, 146,324 

Brown, Shirley 104 

Brown, Virginia E. 82, 290 

Brown, Weston 46, 243 

Browne, Lewis 190 

Browning, Beth 42, 324 

Bruce, Bliss 80 

Bruce, Von Ceile 102 

Bruderer, Wilford L. 63 

Brunnel, Earl 296 

Brunner, Earl Chester 103 

Brvant, James 103, 326 

Buchanan, Dorothy 104, 303 

Buchanan, Hayle 79, 295, 313 

Buchanan, Jenevieve 105 

Buchanan, Joyce 103 

Buckmiller, Donna 80 

Buckmiller, Karl 63, 282, 293 

Buckner, Glen Taylor 104 

Budge, Iva Lou 81, 290 

Budge, Lou Jean 82, 290 

Bulkley, Dewey 103, 323 

Bullen, Mary Alice 105, 316 

Bullock, Elaine 102, 321 

Bullock, Gene 103 

Bullock, Jack, C. 104 

Bunn, Morrell 105, 312, 322 

Bunnell, Carol 63 

Bunting, Shirl H. 103 

Burbidge, Louise 80 

Burdick, Robert R. 45 

Burgess, Bryant 46 

Burgi, George Ernest 81 

Burgon, Glade L. 79 

Burgon, Grant 62 

Burgon, LaRae 81, 291 

Burleigh, LeRoy 45, 331 

Burnett, Durward 63 

Burnett, Lamar 62 

Burningham, Stanley 79 

Burton, Anna Joy 81 

Burton, Beulah 104, 244 

Burton, Frankie Lou 104, 320 

Burton, Marv Margaret 102 

Burton, Melvin P. 102, 295 

Burton, Rhea 103 

Burton, Ralph 232 

Burton, Richard 104 

Bush Opera Quartet 189 

Bushman, Alice 79, 329 

Bushman, Burl 105 



340 



Bushman, Grant 63 
Bushman, Je. s 36, 63, 11 

272 
Bushman, Preston 62, 280. :;29 
Bushman, Sariah Ann 61, i44, 148, 246, 

283 
Bushnell, J. Fred 155, 271 
Bushnell, J. Merril 46, 270 
Bushnell, Lucille Booth 37, 45, 249, 267 
Bushnell, William Glen 105, 323 
Bushore, Donald 199, 200, 202 
Butler, Arthur Ashlin 145 
Butler, Dale 103 
Butler, Elmoyne 104 
Butler, Glen, 302 
Butler, Loa Jean 103 
Butler, Margaret 291 
Butler, Wesley 313 
Butterfield, Ellen 102 
Butterfield, Harold 234 
Butterfield, Margie 104, 231 
Butterfield, Thomas Ellis 61 
Buttle, Faye 147 
Buttle, Lee 147 
Buxton, LaJean 102 
Bybee, Julia Louisa 287 
Bybee, Marie Dean 81, 145, 253, 305 
Bybee, Rose 269 
Byland, H. Bruce 145, 146 
Bvsby, Julie 287 



— c — 

Calder, Don Leo 107, 328 

Calder, Edgar Vance 63 

Calder, George 107, 277 

Calder, Lois W. 46 

Calder, Robert Bruce 64 

Calderwood, Keith 107 

Caldwell, Enid 64, 144, 246, 261, 308 

Call, Arnold 214 

Call, Audra Lucile 63, 244, 290, 316, 

327 
Call, Dean E. 279, 310 
Call, Hannah 98, 244 
Call, J. Harold 139, 245 
Call, Lowell E. 47 
Call, Marjorie 107, 327 
Call, Max Lee 202, 271 
Call, Myrtle 105 
Call, Tracey G. 42 
Call, Waldo Pratt 130 
Callahan, Bettv Gay 106 
Callister, Colleen 83, 254, 263, 316 
Callister, Leola 105 
Calton, Robert "Bob" 212 
Camenish, Lucile 64 
Cameron, Reid 331 
Cameron, Rupert 107 
Camp, Bernetta Marcene 106, 325 
Campbell, Gam Glade 130 
Campbell, George Garth 106 
Campbell, LuDene B. 107, 298, 327 
Campbell, Paul D. 64, 272, 302, 329 
Campbell, Wayne 316 
Candland, Alma Kay 106 
Canning, Ray Russell 311 
Cannon, Elaine 47, 240, 258 
Cannon, Glenna Louise 105 
Cannon, Russell 81, 299 
Card, Aaron C. 47, 146 
Card, Darrell Holder 107 
Card, Lincoln John 64 
Cardall, John Norman 210 
Cardon, Louis B. 83, 296 
Carlson, Vernon J. 82 
Carnahan, Roma Jean 107, 325 
Carpenter, Dorothy Rose 105 
Carr, Maria L. 107 
Carrell, Keith LaNoal 312 
Carroll, Leland R. 64 
Carter, Delvar Ray 106 
Carter, Marvin Samuel 105 
Carten, Nola Jean 106 
Carver, Wayne M. 64, 138, 32/ 
Case, Gwen 82, 328 
Casper, Elaine 81, 327 
Casper, John W. 107, 327 
Cassity, Victor Lionel 105, 330 



Cazier, Carolvn 82 
1*3, 248, Chadwick, Cleo 47, 327 
Chamberlain, Ken 81 
Chamber, Ardell 105 
Chambers, Frank 147 
Chandler, Jovce Elaine 106, 327 
Chandler, Samuel C. 233, 293, 327 
Chantrill, Clavton E. 46, 233 
Char, Jean F. 283 
Charles, Tom 107 

Chatterton, Richard Marcel 46, 197, 202 
Chaves, Anthony Don 105, 276 
Cheatham, Guenevere 47 
Cheatham, Norma A. 63 
Cheel, L. Collen 105, 319 
Cheney, Thomas E. 138 
Cherniavsky, Jan 189 
Cherniavsky, Mischel 189 
Child, Junior Wright 203, 204 
Childs, Gordon Bliss 81 
Chipman, E. Parker 47, 273 
Chipman, Jewel 107, 259 
Christensen, Barlow F. 105, 295, 327 
Christensen, Betty Rae 82, 284 
Christensen, Bruce L. 107 
Christensen, Dean 233 
Christensen, Don 106, 241 
Christensen, Dona Lou 82 
Christensen, Dorothy 82 
Christensen, Edward Dean 105 
Christensen, Fawn 105 
Christensen, Fay B. 325 
Christensen, Gordon L. 107 
Christensen, Dr. H. T. 311 
Christensen, Jack A. 107, 298, 322 
Christensen, LaPree 327 
Christensen, Lloyd D. 107 
Christensen, Mariam 223 
Christensen, Mary Ellen 46, 221, 249, 

262 
Christensen, Max B. 325 
Christensen, Merle 107, 244, 288 
Christensen, Miriam 155, 264 
Christensen, Dr. Parley A. 146, 195 
Christensen, Phil 146 
Christensen, Roberta 82, 254, 263 
Christensen, Ross T. 42, 232 
Christensen, Sherman 146 
Christensen, Shirlee 60, 163, 225, 226, 

264, 310 
Christensen, Val E. 83 
Christensen, Vern J. 107 
Christensen, Wayne 105, 323 
Christensen, Wilma 46 
Christensen, Winslow 82 
Christiansen, Ballard J. 47 
Christiansen, Byron R. 107 
Christiansen, F. R. 281 
Christiansen, John M. 47, 296, 311 
Christiansen, LuJane 107 
Christiansen, Mary S. 47 
Christman, Albert Bennion 312 
Chugg, Ruth Margaret 290, 310, 324 
Clark, Alan C. 106 
Clark, Betty J. 63, 252, 319 
Clark, Beverly Bird 63 
Clark, Carol 287, 307 
Clark, Dalian R. 105 
Clark, Don Forrest 81, 106, 296 
Clark, Ernest H. 107, 234 
Clark, Erwin 63, 234 
Clark, Glenn Fred 199, 202, 232 
Clark, Dean Herald R. 27, 188 
Clark, Jean 82, 149, 290 
Clark, Jermiah H. 106 
Clark, J. Reuben, Jr. 21 
Clark, J. Reuben III 316, 337 
Clark, Junior 270 
Clark, Lucille 105 
Clark, Monroe 30 
Clark, Naomi 63, 144, 246, 308 
Clark, Oueida Raphiel 46 
Clark, Owen 293, 312 
Clark, Rand 203, 205, 214, 271 
Clark, Ray H. 82 
Clark, Reid 297, 309, 318 
Clark, Rex 322 
Clark, Robert Boyd 107 
Clark, Sibyl 82, 244 
Clark, Varlan 107 
Clark, Virginia 47 



Clark, Wayne W. 106 

Clarke, Glen W. 47 

Clarke, Juanita M. 106 

Clarke Ramona 105, 288, 321 

Clayton, James D. 82 

Clayton, Merlene 105 

Clavton, Robert 107, 331 

Clegg, Helen 260 

Clegg, Margaret Joan 105 

Clement, Nyla 106,258, 327 

Clement, Rita 63. 143, 236, 246, 253, 

258, 308, 319 
Clements, Reed F. 106 
Cleverly, Donald 63, 233, 296 
Clinger, Mildred LaVerne 64, 268. 291, 

312 
Clinger, Morris 144, 147 
Cluff, Clara Mae 107 
Cluff, Edna Louise 106 
Clyde, Mary 37, 83, 137, 254, 259 
Clyde, Phyllis 107 
Cockett, Mary Joyce 83 
Coffman, Pat 284 
Cole, Walter Ned 82, 299, 326 
Coleman, Ilean 106 
Coleman, James S. 47, 306 
Coleman, Lowell 63 
Coleman, Margaret Tate 46 
Collard, Carol Larue 47 
Collett, Jolene 106, 222, 259 
Collett, LaRae 82, 236, 259 
Collier, Iva Mav 105, 328 
Collins, Luana May 46, 283 
Colston, Christopher Lee 82, 281 
Colton, Ethan 189 
Colton, Miles M. 107, 328 
Colton, Robert G. 106 
Colton, Sarah 328 
Colvin, Curtis A. 105 
Compton, Annie Rosella 81 
Conbell, Harold C. 107 
Conley, Clayton 107 
Conley, Max 106, 233 
Conwell, Edward 215 
Cook, Edward C. 63, 302 
Cook, Emerson 107 
Cook, Marie 105, 258, 327 
Cooke, Lonnie Rae 82, 316 
Coon, Eloise 244 
Coon, Shirley 105, 327 
Cooper, Virginia 105 
Cope, Evelyn June 106, 318 
Corbell, Dion W. 47 
Corbett, Scott 106 
Cordner, Calvin J. 106 
Cordner, Clyde 106, 302 
Cordor, Calvin 302 
Cornum, Alger R. 106 
Cossens, Olive 107 
Cottle, Betty Jean 46, 240, 286 
Coulson, Lois 83, 307 
Covington, Loren C. 64 
Cowan, Connie 63 
Cowan, Darlene 283 
Cowell, Henry 186 
Cowles, Marion 46, 283 
Cowley, Helen V. 105 
Cowley, Shirley 261 
Cox, June Smith 106 
Cox, Pauline 64, 260 
Crandall, Carl 314, 316 
Crandall, Connie 106, 252, 264 
Crandall, Fred L. 105, 299 
Crandall, Lilas 81, 285 
Crandall, Louise 107 
Crane, Fred 213 
Crane, Gordon R. "Gordy" 213 
Crane, Karen 47 
Cranney, Le Rae 83, 289 
Cranney, Lex G. 325 
Craven, Frank 107 
Crawford, Dorothy 189 
Crawford, Jasper L. 47, 243 
Crawford, Mariam 81, 138, 291 
Crawford, William B. 106 
Crawley, Betty 107 
Crawley, Ruth 327 
Creer, Anna Marie 82 
Cricksen, Verla Jean 328 
Crider, William C. 107 
Critchfield, Bernie 64, 251, 321 



Critchlow, Patricia 46, 149, 266, 324 

Crockett, Beverly 298 

Crockett, Carolyn 81, 292, 329 

Crockett, Wilford W. 64, 146, 292, 329 

Crosby, George H. 309 

Crowley, Betty 265 

Crowley, Robert L. 105 

Crowley, Venitta Ruth 106, 319 

Crum, Barbara 220 

Crump, Clyde Donald 280 

Crump, Glenn H. 107 

Cullimore, Geniel Rae 83 

Cullimore, Karma Jean 142 

Cullimore, Leeta 106, 252, 267 

Cullimore, Dr. Lloyd L. 107 

Cullimore, Odessa 144 

Cummings, Carol 82 

Cunningham, Mack B. 47 

Cunnington, Shirley 47, 242, 283, 312 

324 
Curtis, Arva Gae 106, 316 
Curtis, Dee 270 
Curtis, Delbert W. 81 
Curtis, Rena 107 



— D — 

Dahl, Myra 107 

Dahl, Reed Raymond 83, 321 

Dahlen, Ruth 83, 331 

Dahlquist, Gaylen 108 

Dalby, Lois 83 

Dalley, Alvin G. 108, 211, 217 

Dalley, Dennis 109 

Dalton, George E. 108 

Dalton, M. Naomi 64 

Dame, Lorraine 324 

Dane, Albert H. 83 

Dangerfield, A. Dean 47 

Dangerfield, Elaine 83, 287, 312 

Daniels, Helen L. 108, 288 

Daniels, William 151, 253 

Danielson, Wallace Allen 108 

Dansie, Jay B. 107 

Darais, Alex B. 83 

Darasti, Enavat 332 

Dase, Ted 64 

Dastrup, Doyle Kent 107 

Dauff, Reginald 331 

Dauwalder, Dutler C. 65 

Dauwalder, Marv Ellen 47, 262 

Davidson, Carol M. 107 

Davidson, Thelma 64 

Davies, Joseph Jr. 108,232 

Davies, Keith E. 108 

Davies, Mary Lynn 108 

Davis, E. Joye 64 

Davis, Ervin C. 108 

Davis, Faun D. 107 

Davis, Francis Keith 83 

Davis, H. Clyde 65 

Davis, Jack 329 

Davis, Jean M. 108 

Davis, John W. 109 

Davis, Joseph Warren 146, 235, 270 

Davis, Kenneth 64 
Davis, Oliver 330 

Davis, Pam 220, 291 

Davis, Paul D. 108, 208 

Davis, Ruth Danese 109 

Davis, Vonnie Beth 290, 332 

Day, C. Erwin 65, 292 

Day, Hannah M. 47, 292 

Day, Merci 108, 135, 312, 327 

Day, Virginia 83, 225 

Dean, C. Edwin 47, 234 

Dean, Clarence 64 

Dean, Leo A. 48 

Dean, Marie 107 

Dean, Roberta 48, 242 

de Bessenev, Di. Gabor 189 

Decker, Cleona "Tony" 83, 246, 252, 254 
264 

Decker, Craig 34, 35, 142,248, 278 

Decker, Merle 196, 197, 202 

Deeds, Camerson Scott 197, 202 

Deeds, Keith 83, 201 

Deem, Donna 108 

DeGraff, Clyde 108 



DeGraff, Jay 248 

Defa, Dorothy 107, 328 

de Jong, Dr. Gerrit 28, 186 

Della-Piana, Gabriel M. 108 

Delong, Clair L. 48 

Dennett, Dean 108, 312, 322 

Denning, Doris Nadene 107, 288 

Denning, LaRae 283 

Dennis, Darwin 108 

Dennis, Fern 48 

Despain, Carma Joan 109 

Despain, Dwight 107, 330 

Despain, Robert 109, 329 

DeStJeor, Ireta 107 

Detwiler, Lynn 109 

Devey, Wallace 108 

Devito, Al 331 

Dewsnup, Jack C. 316 

Dewsnup, Mavis 64, 240, 257, 323 

Dickenson, Donald 108 

Dickson, Barta 316 

Dickson, Dixie 109 

Dickson, Dorothy 83, 287, 316 

Dieu, Vernon C. 42 

Dimick, Beth 109 

Dix, Ralph C. 107 

Dixon Bruce R. 48,239, 280, 310 

Dixon, Coach Buck 212, 213 

Dixon, Carol C. 249, 266 

Dixon, Clyde B. 48 

Dixon, Darrel 109 

Dixon, Elaine 107, 108, 307 

Dixon, Eldon A. 65 

Dixon, Floyd P. 109 

Dixon, Grant D. 38, 48, 238, 239 

Dixon, Mary Lou 37, 262 

Dixon, Melvin R. 238 

Dixon, Owen G. 196, 197, 202 

Dixon, Willard C. 109 

Dodge, Marion Avon 108 

Doman, Jo Ann 107 

Dominquez, John Richard 109, 312, 316 

329 
Donaldson, Beverly 109 
Donaldson, Karl 108 
Done, Adeline 246 
Dorias, Alex 303 
Douglas, Bette 292 
Douglas, Robert Ross 83, 292 
Dowdle, Harold 65, 234 
Dowdle, J. Reed 107, 327 
Doxev, Elese Marie 64, 283, 324 
Doxey, Marilyn 65, 283, 324 
Dran'ey, Jack 108 
Driggs, Barbara Jean 108, 265 
Driggs, Kay Allan 108, 329 
Dunford, A. Rex 83, 243 
Dunford, Marilyn 108, 266 
Dunford, Mary Lou 108, 222, 267 
Dunham, Carol Yvonne 108 
Dunham, Helen R. 83 
Dunn, Theolia Geraldine 107 
Dupre, Marcel 189 
Durfee, Merrill G. 47, 233, 293, 303 
Durrant, Lorna Joyce 108 
Durrant, William Stan 36, 237, 241, 248, 

270 
Dvring, Claire 266 
Dvring, Paul Peter 109 
Dvring, Pauline 108, 266 



— E — 

Earl, Connie Mae 83, 289, 322 

Earl, Don L. 140 

Earl, O. Ken 83 

Earl, Richard 144 

Earl, Ruth 243 

Eastmond, Jefferson N. 48, 239 

Eastmond, Frank T. 83 

Eckenbrecht, Theresa 65, 137, 258, 283, 

324 
Eckersley, Hermine 83, 263, 312 
Ecklund, Glen 138 
Edmunds, Patricia 312 
Edwards, Gordon 109, 310 
Edwards, Lauana J. 268 
Eldredge, Erma Ruth 109 
Eldredge, Eva Rae 109, 328 
Ellertson, E. Kent 83 



Ellertson, Madge 65, 134, 135, 237 

Elison, James H. 109 

Elliott, Grant 109, 234, 325 

Ellitt, Sheldon 212 

Ellsworth, Evelyn 110 

Ellsworth, Von 83 

Ellsworth, Winifred 65 

Emal, J. Robert 110 

Emmett, Myrtle 83 

Empev, Wayne 109, 295, 327 

English, Robert W. 109 

Ensign, Lois 304 

Ercanbrack, Darlene 109 

Erickson, Elaine 83, 148, 149, 151, 246, 

265 
Erickson, F. W. 48 
Erickson, Glenna 109 
Erickson, Shirlee Lou 109, 288 
Erickson, Velna Jean 109, 307 
Erickson, Verla 109, 307 
Esklund, Maureen 109 
Esplin, Dwane W. 203, 206 
Esplin, Olive 48, 320 
Esphahanian, Nasser 109, 332 
Etezad, Mahsen 312, 316, 332 
Evans, Beth 109 
Evans, Geraldine 109 
Evans, Glenn J. 48, 241 
Evans, Heber Grant 109, 275 
Evans, Jerry 327 
Evans, LaRae 65, 225, 240, 260 
Evans, Marilouise 83 
Evans, Mary Goloa 109 
Evans, Paul 109 
Evans, Robert W. 315 

Everett, Albert G. 65, 137, 149, 233, 312 
Eyring, Dr. Carl F. 26, 239 
Eyring, Claire 254 
Eyring, Elaine 83, 221, 226, 254, 263 
Eyring, Rose 329 

— F — 

Fairbanks, Elliott 83, 246, 294, 303 

Fairbanks, Justin 211, 294, 331 

Fairbanks, Orthal 109, 294, 303 

Farley, Alice Faye 110, 329 

Farlev, Merrill A. 48 

Farmer, Wanda 65, 285, 327 

Farnsworth, Barbara 65, 284, 320 

Farnsworth, Clayton 111 

Farnsworth, Karl 111, 149, 251, 296, 320 

Farnsworth, Lavieve 109 

Farnsworth, Shirley 226, 290 

Farnsworth, Wilford 48, 277 

Farnsworth, William Y. 310 

Fair, Herand Karl 109, 329 

Farr, Neil 109, 299 

Farr, Wanda Iris 110 

Fay, Patricia Ruth 109 

Fehlberg, Siegfried H. 84 

Feik, Eva S. 109 

Fenn, Camilla 286 

Fenn, Janet 135, 318 

Ferguson, Boyd E. Ill 

Ferguson, Wayne S. 109, 137, 235, 296, 

322 
Ferry, Bonnie 109, 312 
Fielding, Hal 109 
Fife, Donnette 66, 236, 261 
Fife, Mabel 84 
Fifield, Lola Maxine 109 
Fillerup, Leland M. 330 
Fillmer, Valletta 109 
Fillmore, Keith 84, 250 
Fillmore, Marcein 221, 224 
Filt, Joseph 327 
Finlinson, E. Reese 323 
Finlinson, Romana 323 
Fischer, Robert L. 48, 326 
Fisher, Edith 109 
Fisher, Fern 83 
Fitton, Beverly 331 
Fitzgerald, Sherman 65 
Flanders, H. Nyal 48 
Flanders, Ruth Elaine 48, 287 
Fletcher, Elizabeth 65 
Flinders, Samuel T. 109, 314 
Flint, Jean 83, 242 
Folsom, Beatrice 84, 260, 321 
Foote, Iown 48, 257 



342 






Forester, Merlin H. 109, 312, 323 

Forster, Harrv G. 109 

Forsvth, Gordon 36, 83, 294 

Forsyth, J. Leland 48 

Foutz, Irvin L. 65 

Foutz, Lovin P. 296 

Frampton, Janice M. 109 

Francis, Delores 65, 289, 321 

Francis, Doris 111, 307 

Francis, Elaine 110 

Francis, Jay W. 274 

Frandsen, Louise 130 

Franson, Verna 110 

Fray, Pat 288 

Fredrickson, Max 243 

Froglev, H. Ron 65, 279 

Frost, Clarence J. 65, 139 

Frost, Herbert H. 238, 243 

Fuerstner, Carl 188 

Fugal, Grant 109 

Fulghum, Edana Grace 109, 326 

Fulghum, Hilda Marie 109 

Fuller, Fredora 111, 135, 224, 237, 321 

Fullmer, D. Ray 109, 203, 206 

Fullmer, Helen 257 

Fullmer, Ruth V. Ill 

Funk, Billy J. Ill 

Furse, Afton 83, 316 



— G — 

Gamble, Barbara 85, 285, 300, 325 

Gamble, Neva 84, 285, 325 

Gammell, La Dona 66, 266, 324 

Ganiei, Farhad 332 

Ganjei, Nasser 42, 332 

Garbousoya, Raya 190 

Gardiner, John S. 42 

Gardner, Adell 319 

Gardner, Bae 84 

Gardner, Colin 319 

Gardner, Edward L. 42, 239 

Gardner, Fred E. 315 

Gardner, Glen A. 278 

Gardner, M. Kelly 66 

Gardner, Marion 242, 259 

Gardner, Morris D. 84, 199, 200, 202, 

203, 207, 208, 235, 272 
Gardner, Paul G. Ill 
Garrett, Alma Lamar 48 
Garrett, Fred L. Ill 
Garrett, James \Y. 110 
Garrett, J. Earl 275 
Garrett, William H. Ill, 319 
Garrick, Donna 84, 220, 223, 256 
Gates, Crawford 187 
Gates, Eloise May 110 
Gates, Robert W. Ill, 320 
Gatherum, Jean 84 
Gay, Bill 306, 316 
Geary, Marybeth 111, 257 
Geddes, Jacquelin 85 
Geertsen, F. William 111, 213, 232 
Gentry, Clinton 292 
Gentry, Joanne 110 
Gentry, Katie B. 49, 292, 305 
George, Harold R. 49 
George, Rosalynd 111, 323 
Gerber, Austin M. Ill 
Geurts, Donna J. Ill 
Ghanuni, Aarasti 332 
Gibbons, Beverly D. 110, 135, 303 
Gibbs, Thora Pearl 111 
Gibby, Melvin Neal 109 
GiBson, M. Carl 49 
Gilbert, Art 202 
Gilbert, Ludean 84, 312, 325 
Gilbert, Sidney S. 110, 325 
Gilchrist, Claire 110 
Giles, Connie Renee 110, 312 
Gillespie, Geo. Lincoln Jr. Ill 
Gillespie, Horace Dell 198, 199, 202, 210, 

250, 277 
Gillespie, Wallace Donald 110 
Gillette, Marjorie 84 
Gindstaff, Philip 214 
Giroux, J. Fabian 49, 248, 282, 293 
Gittens, Alvin L. 49, 137 
Glazier, Richard Pernod 111, 297 



Cleave, Sarah Mae 65 

Gledhill, David Eames 111, 146 

Glenn, Zola 110, 321 

Goff, Harvev Douglas 111, 138 

Golightly, Max C. 110, 140, 145 

Goloboff, Grisha 189 

Goodness, Francis 111 

Goodrich, Boyd 111, 328 

Goodson, William Dale 111, 295, 327 

Goodwin, Helen Maurine 109, 327 

Goold, Norris W. 65 

Gordon, Howard H. 274 

Gordon, Patricia 325 

Gordon, Rodney J. 110, 325 

Gorringe, Lois 111, 288 

Gorton, Leah Patricia 110 

Gottfredson, Marion 48, 242, 258, 312 

Gough, Velora Eva 111, 135, 283, 312 

Gourdin, Leon Walter 65 

Gourlev, Carlvle George 84, 278 

Graff, Marian 48, 320 

Graham, Anna Mae 111, 312 

Graham, Ashley 84, 139 

Graham, Floyd E. 49 

Graham, Mack 147 

Graham, Mildred June 85, 261 

Grances, Jay W. 110 

Grant, Barbara 84 

Grant, James Nash 250 

Grant, LaRee Swenson 49, 240 

Grant, Pauline 84 

Gray, Carlyle 110, 295 

Gray, Dean W. 151, 194, 279 

Gray, Earl Lloyd 84 

Greaves, Anne 65, 100, 134, 159, 163, 

246, 262, 308, 310 
Green, Barbara 110, 289, 300, 319 
Green, Bonniera 289 

Green, Earl Jr. "Jim" 49, 213, 241, 276 
Green, Georgia Lu 110, 135, 237, 321 
Green, John Alden 110, 321 
Green, Joy 110, 259, 316 
Green, Philip Ralph 111 
Green, Robert Horton 110, 329 
Green, Vivian 48 

Greenwell, Nell Myrene 84, 145, 316 
Greenwell, Stanley Glenn 110 
Greenwood, Mary" Gail 155, 252, 265 
Greer, June S. 84, 263 
Gren, Paul Ralph 111 
Griffin, Lois 6o 
Griggs, Ronald Mavnard 276 
Griller Quartet 189 
Grimmett, Ann 84, 285, 325 
Griner, Verda May 66, 163, 242,266 
Groneman, Paul Stanton 139, 245 
Gross, Mary Alice 84, 284 
Gubler, V. Donworth 49 
Gudmundson, Edith Maude 111, 291 
Gunham, Carol 288 
Gunn, Fred Valentine 85 
Gunnell, Merrill Parke 110 
Gunyuzla, Mehmet Sami 332 
Gurr, Kendall 146 
Gustaveson, Lloyd M. 65 
Guymon, Grace Elaine. Ill 
Guvmon, Lloyd G. 110 
Gwilliam, Doris Marie 286, 316 
Gwilliam, Ray W. 137,338 
Gwilliam, Stanford 34, 35, 36, 66, 142, 

160, 248 
Gwynn, Elaine 49 
Gwynn, Gwendolyn 85 
Gwynn, Thomas A. 48 



— H — 

Haacke, Dolores Mae 111, 327 
Haacke, Verl Leland 111 
Hacking, Venna 86 
Hafen, Joseph Jr. 67, 277 
Hafen, Mavis 50, 134, 249, 267 
Hafen, Norma 112 
Hagen, Meredith 67 
Haggen, Edward Hans 113, 330 
Haigh, Bertram W. 188 
Hale, Edward H. Jr. 203, 207 
Hale, Hilda Rae 113, 261 
Hale, Ilene 113, 284, 324 
Hale, Jack, P. 325 



Hale, Norma 221, 284 

Hale, Rachel 111, 261 

Hale, Verda 240, 284 

Hales, Leslev Aileen 161, 266 

Hales, Margaret 49, 246, 249, 266 

Hales, Marv Smart 43, 44, 50, 249 

Hales, Richard Wayne 42, 238, 239, 278 

Hales, Robert Lvnn 111, 299 

Hales, Dr. Wayne B. 239 

Halgren, Ann A. 265 

Hall, Forrest Osborne 112, 251, 280, 325 

Hall, Heber Thomas Jr 112, 276 

Hall, Iowa Grant 113 

Hall, James Robert 50, 278, 306, 310, 

090 

Hall, Joyce La Verne 85, 175, 284 

Hall, Lowell Rav 113, 278, 328 

Hallett, Marv Jo 86 

Hallidav, Dr. John R. 186 

Hamblin, E. Jay 112, 208 

Hamill, Emily 113, 135, 168 

Hancock, Bonnie Katherine 86, 287, 305, 

307, 312, 329 
Hancock, Helen Phyllis 113 
Hancock, Lowell Samuel 85 
Hancock, Mvrtle 113, 268, 329 
Hancock, Peggy 112, 329 
Hanks, Howard A. 325 
Hanseen, Meredith 284, 307 
Hansen, Alan Ray 112, 271 
Hansen, Barbara Bea 85 
Hansen, Barbara Jean 113 
Hansen, Barbara Lee 266 
Hansen, Bernard C. 276 
Hansen, Boneta Darlene 113 
Hansen, Burton Edward 113, 327 
Hansen, Carma 85 
Hansen, Carol 85, 113, 135, 323 
Hansen, Dean 251, 273 
Hansen, Dick Allen 115 
Hansen, Don A. 162, 163, 250, 271 
Hansen, Geraldine 240, 284 
Hansen, Gloria M. 85 
Hansen, Henrv Kimball 113, 235, 312, 

323 
Hansen, Joan V. Ill 
Hansen, John Moore 329 
Hansen, Julie 49, 151, 267, 245 
Hansen, Lila Marie 112 
Hansen, Lois Vida 86, 246,308 . 
Hansen, Lorraine 85, 307 
Hansen, Lynn Wayne 113 
Hansen, Mary Lue 113, 327 
Hansen, Meredith 37, 86, 163 
Hansen, Omar Milton 49 
Hansen, Oscar 208 
Hansen, Russell H. 310 
Hansen, Uda 240 
Hansen, Valoy 113, 316 
Hansen, Virgil 303 
Hansen, Wilford 112 
Hansen, William Arthur 296 
Hansen, William Ezra 50 
Hanson, Lois 50 
Hanson, Paul Robert 112 
Hard, Elaine 263 
Harding, Dr. A. M. 189 
Harding, Fred W. 36 
Harding, Hope 86, 310, 323 
Harding, Lloynel M. 270 
Harding, Madge 32 
Harding, Marie 86 
Harding, Raida Ruby 113, 321 
Harding, Robert Davies 113 
Hardv, Barbara Rae 113, 267 
Hardy, Bette Belle 323 
Hardv, Dorothy Fern 111 
Hardv, Haber Palmer 113, 327 
Hardv, Marie 286, 311 
Hardy, Russell Orwin 66, 312 
Hardv, Scott Merlin 111 
Harker, Glenn LeVern 112, 275, 310 
Harker, Reed Brown 50, 319 
Harker, Rhean 112, 267 
Harlaacher, Lowell 321 
Harmon, Clarence J. "Bud" 38, 212, 270 
Harmon, Colleen 253, 265 
Harmon, Edna 112, 252, 264, 310 
Harmon, Merrilyn 85, 254, 262, 319 
Harmon, Paul L. 212 
Harmon, Rondo Sperry 112 



343 



Haroldson, Zola Mae 113, 327 

Harper, Denver C. 326 

Harper, LaNola 113 

Harris, Charlotte O. 163, 253, 266 

Harris, Darvl Louise 113, 263 

Harris, Ellen 113 

Harris, Faye 321 

Harris, Garth Merrill 112, 321 

Harris, Gene 85, 294, 323 

Harris, Irene 321 

Harris, Jay Robert 86 

Harris, Jean 323 

Harris, Joann 113, 289, 327 

Harris, Joseph Leonard 49 

Harris, Kenneth Barton 140 

Harris, Kenneth Everett 113 

Harris, Virgil Lehi 66, 280, 294, 306, 

309, 327 
Harris, Wanda 112, 312 
Harris, Warren J. 50 
Hart, Charles J. 195 
Hart, Elaine 85 
Hart, John William 113, 325 
Hart, Marjorie Jean 50, 157, 224, 226, 

252, 267, 310 
Hartvigsen, Melvin R. 114 
Hartvigsen, Willa Joie 113 
Harvey, Anita 111 
Harvey, Eugene 272 
Harvey, Kenneth L. 113, 274 
Harvey, Marie 66, 220, 226, 257 
Harvey, Nancy Idell 113 
Haskell, Marilyn 86, 136, 137, 287, 330 
Haslem, Cecil 115 
Haslem, Dean W. 85, 232, 241 
Haslem, Evelyn R. 112 
Haslem, Marie 86, 328 
Haslem, Rhea 50, 240 
Hatch, Conrad Valdi 66, 297 
Hatch, Edith Elinor 111 
Hatch, Elva Jean 111 
Hatch, Knute 67, 134, 168 
Hatch, Madelyn 50, 156, 219, 220, 223, 

257, 305, 310 
Hatch, Robert R. 278 
Hatch, Vivian 81 
Hause, Maxine 259 
Haverfield, Carol 86, 252 
Hawker, Maxine 292 
Hawker, William Harold 50, 292, 327 
Hawkes, George R. 66, 211 
Hawkes, Leah Belle 50 
Hawkes, Mari Lou 112, 288 
Hawkins, Betty Jo 149, 246 
Hawkins, Donna 85, 262, 331 
Hawkins, Gordon 67, 174, 250, 270 
Hawkins, Joe 316 
Hawkins, Ralph L. 331 
Hawkins, Richard Elliott 50 
Haws, Jesse V. 328 
Hay, Ruth 319 
Haycock, Bevan 113 
Haycock, Joyce 85, 253, 254 
Haycock, Spencer Leslie 113 
Hayes, John E. 23 
Haymond, Richard 214 
Hazlewood, Cyril 310 
Heal, James Milton 112 
Heath, Vera 285 
Heaton, Clawson 113, 329 
Hebdon, Fontell 67, 290 
Hebrew, Quey C. 86 
Heder, Georgia Gae 85, 242, 259, 329 
Hegstead, Beth 86 
Heindselman, Joan 262 
Heiner, Carol 86, 291, 307 
Hellawell, Lois 316 
Hellerwell, Leland 330 
Henderson, Dan B. 67, 297, 319, 325 
Henderson, Dorothy 85, 257, 323 
Henderson, Joyce Hanks 49 
Hendrickson, Betty 113 
Hendrickson, Lloyd 111, 303 
Hendry, Joel 322 
Heninger, Louine 321 
Heninger, Mary Lu 86, 263 
Hendricksen, Rulon 115 
Henrie, Bill S. 114 
Henrie, I. Lund 113 
Henrie, Monette 112 
Henry, Joseph L. 85 



Henson, Betty 114 

Hepworth, Leland 111 

Hernandez, Amy 85, 316 

Hernandez, Helen 67 

Hernandez, Thelma 111 

Hess, Donna 86 

Hess, Katherine 50, 187, 249, 267 

Heywood, Barbara 113, 329 

Hey wood, Roberta 112 

Hiatt, Junior L. 50 

Hibbert, Ralph Dean 113, 235 

Hickman, Grant 212, 271 

Hickman, Helen 249, 259 

Hickman, Joan 85 

Higbee, Nellie Thompson 50 

Higgenbotham, Barbara 111, 327 

Higley, Barbara 113 

Hilgendorflf, John 49 

Hilgendorff, Kay 112 

Hill, Clyde O. 112 

Hill, Clovis L. 85 

Hill, David 292 

Hill, Elizabeth 244 

Hill, Evan 321 

Hill, Faun Izora 66 

Hill, Fern 292 

Hill, Fred Alvin 114 

Hillier, Robert L. 50 

Hillier, Wayne 331 

Hills, Patricia 85 

Hilsberg, Alexander 188 

Hilton, Carole 49, 240, 249, 312 

Hilton, Dawn 66, 240 

Hilton, Gloria M. 49, 323 

Hilton, J. Harlan 323 

Hilton, John L. 112, 298, 319 

Hilton, Judy 115 

Hilton, Lawrence R. 85, 323 

Hilton, W. Bruce 113, 323 

Hinckley, Edwin C. Jr. 85 

Hinckley, Ella Rose 66, 149 

Hinckley, LaRue 85 

Hinckley, Mazelle 111 

Hinton, Harvard R. 36, 66, 214, 232, 320 

Hirschi, Betty Jean 86, 254, 291, 316, 

325 
Hirschi, Ramona 111 
Hitt, Charles L. 113 
Hobbs, M. Odell 113, 299 
Hobday, Mable Lee 256 
Hobson, Ivan L. Jr. 86 
Hodgkinson, Doris 113 
Hokes, Wayton H. 329 
Holbrook, Leona 219, 225 
Holdaway, Ruth 85 
Holder, Robert W. 113 
Holdsworth, Keith J. 42 
Holfeltz, Lhea 111 
Holladay, Don 113 
Holladay, Hollis 274 
Holladay, Norma Deene 49 
Hollands, T. Doxey 49 
Holley, Catherine 284 
Holley, Johnnie Belle 146, 246, 282, 284, 

308 
Holley, Kay 85, 115, 244 
Holley, Roy 295 

Holm, Marna 49, 139, 237, 286, 313, 327 
Holm, Nelda 327 
Holmes, Delia Mae 113 
Holmes, Harold R. 112 
Holmes, Muriel J. 50, 268 
Holmes, Robert Melvin 113, 281, 310, 321 
Holmes, William L. 112 
Holt, Donna Emma 86 
Holt, Gayle LeRoy 199, 202 
Holyaak, VerJean 66, 316 
Honeyman, Roger B. 49 
Hoover, M. Elaine 85, 253, 265 
Hope, Lester Eli 66 
Hopkins, Charlene 111 
Horsley, John R. 113 
Horlacher, Lowell Eugene 113 
Home, James Arthur 111 
Horner, Velma G. 85, 305, 327 
Horton, Carolyn 286 
Hosford, Gregory F. 85 
Houston, Joyce 113 
Howard, Ha Marie 113 
Howard, Kenneth M. 112, 234, 327 
Howard, Nelda 112, 257 



Howe, Elliot C. 50, 232, 233, 248 

Howes, Maxine 66 

Hoyt, Earl Eallard 85,241 

Hoyt, Vivian 50, 249 

Hoyt, T. William 112 

Hubbard, Natalie 135, 149 

Huffaker, Marjorie 86 

Hughes, Mack F. 278 

Hughes, Phyllis 112 

Huish, Jack LaMar 111 

Huish, John S. 85, 278 

Huish, Norma Jean 85, 242, 262 

Huish, William F. 66, 279 

Hulet, Dorothy 114, 257 

Hulet, William A. 49 

Hulihan, Dorothy 86, 316 

Hull, Ella 66 

Hull, Russell M. 276 

Hume, Rita 189 

Hunt, Norman J. 182, 315 

Hunter, Blaine 278, 310 

Hunter, Frances 67, 262 

Hunter, Mildred 263, 285 

Hunter, Verne Francis 113 

Hurst, Arvel T. 86 

Hurst, Margie 287 

Husted, Florence G. Ill 

Hutchings, Colleen K. 284, 305, 310, 316 

Hutchings, Grace 49, 290 

Hutchings, Josephine 3'7, 67, 268, 290 

Hutchins, Melvin 114, 208, 316 

Hutchinson, Gloria 86 

Hutchinson, Joseph Alma 86 

Hutchinson, Maida 113 

Hyatt, Anita 50, 242, 288 

Hyatt, Dell 67 

Hyatt, Norman F. 66, 274, 293 

Hyde, Lona Mae S. 112, 263 

Hyde, Marian S. 50, 242 

Hymas, Harold V. 113, 310, 325 

Hymes, John 298 



— I — 

Imboden, Earl W. 199, 202 

Imboden, George 199, 201 

Ingalls, William V. 115, 298, 310, 322 

Ingebretsen, Colleen 114, 288 

Ingersoll, James 274 

Ipsen, John D. 276 

Irving, Kenneth C. 115, 235, 321 

Isaac, Jack B. 241 

Isaacson, Keith J. 50 

Isaacson, Nadine 115, 222, 329 

Ivey, Wayne F. 88 

Ivins, Guy N. 114, 270 



— J — 

Jackson, Adell M. 68 

Jackson, Ida Lee 287, 318 

Jackson, Lila Mae 86 

Jacob, Gwen 114 

Jacob, Verl T. 51 

Jacobsen, James Kenneth 114 

Jacobson, Adell 268 

Jacobson, J. Fay 67, 294 

Jacobson, Helen M. 67, 319, 331 

Jacobson, Margaret Ann 114 

James, Ila Mae 51,243, 256 

James, Richard A. 89, 330 

Jameson, Beverly 237, 330 

Jan, Fern 115 

Jansen, Lawrence C. 67 

Janson, Frank Ashworth 68 

Jardine, Earl D. 115 

Jarrell, Lonnie Earline 115, 318 

Jarvis, Keith 115 

Jarvis, Sidney Carl 114 

Jeffers, Vera Cleona 86, 312 

Jeffs, Alvin Dean 115, 275 

Jenkins, B. D. (Burke) 51 

Jenkins, Douglas 270 

Jenkins, Gordon Wesley 115, 232, 294, 

319 
Jenkins, Stanley 115 
Jensen, Agnes 76, 149, 163, 249, 267 
Jensen, Beatrice 68, 243 



344 



Jensen, ionnie Jean 115 

Jensen, C. L. 195 

jej m, Dr. Christen 26 

Jensen, DeLamar 115, 210 

Jensen, Edith 67, 137, 163, 258 

Jensen, Edward Q. 115 

Jensen, Elaine 86 

Jensen, Glade K. 86 

Jensen, Gloria Dawn 114 

Jensen, Grant LaMar 115 

Jensen, Gwenyth 114 

Jensen, Harvard N. 114 

Jensen, Homer 116, 139 

Jensen, James Neale 86, 299 

Jensen, Janice 86, 288, 316 

Jensen, Jay 203, 205, 214, 270, 325 

Jensen, Jean B. 264 

Jensen, Joan 115, 257 

Jensen, John Daniel 277 

Jensen, Lamar C. 115, 135 

Jensen, LaVerda B. 50, 312 

Jensen, Lyravin 51, 265 

Jensen, Mae 285, 325 

Jensen, Norman R. 86 

Jensen, Ondelyn 115 

Jensen, Phil D. 51 

Jensen, Richard C. 67, 296, 322 

Jensen, Vern H. 67 

Jensen, Vonda Alice 115 

Jensen, Warren Clyde 114 

Jenson, Lynn N. 86 

Jenson, Margie 86 

Jenson, Royal S. 116, 140, 234 

Jepperson, Robert Kay 312 

Jeppson, Bruce 115, 327 

Jeppson, John W. 115, 275, 310, 327 

Jeppson, Thomas C. 67 

Jepson, Dorothy June 262 

Jepson, Jay Herald 115, 327 

Jepson^ Winston F. 115 

Jerling, Rae Marie 115 

Jex, James Lorin 51 

Johan, Marian 114, 135, 252, 259, 319 

Johnson, Allan McClure 135 

Johnson, Allan Russell 278 

Johnson, Arlene 114, 321 

Johnson, Beverly J. 116, 258, 288, 300 

Johnson, Carolyn Huish 114, 289, 319 

Johnson, Curg 114 

Johnson, Dale A. 51, 149, 294 

Johnson, Dayma G. 51, 148, 246, 308 

Johnson, Dean 86, 250, 321 

Johnson, Don F. 67, 327 

Johnson, Einar H. 312 

Johnson, Eva Lorraine 86 

Johnson, Faun 67 

Johnson, Floyd L. 86 

Johnson, Francis B. 88 

Johnson, Franklin Richard 114 

Johnson, Glade Almon 117 

Johnson, Gordon E. 51 

Johnson, Gordon W. 115 

Johnson, Gwenna 86, 220, 291, 300 

Johnson, Joy 51, 224, 260 

Johnson, Keith 277 

Johnson, Kenna 115 

Johnson, Kenneth W. 115 

Johnson, LaVon 323 

Johnson, Leonard Haws 232 

Johnson, Lois 67 

Johnson, Lorin 67 

Johnson, M. Dean 251 

Johnson, Marva 86, 291 

Johnson, Marrabeth 115 

Johnson, Marvel 51, 287 

Johnson, Melba 323 

Johnson, Reed F. 114, 327 

Johnson, Rex Keith 114 

Johnson, Shirley 86, 242 

Johnson, Thelma 86 

Johnson, Walter H. 114, 326 

Johnson, Walter L. 116 

Johnson, William E. 241 

Jolley, Dewey 115 

Jones, Arlene 86, 220, 222, 291, 327 

Jones, Clarence 86, 236 

Jones, Donna Marie 114 

Jones, Earl B. 250, 316 

Jones, Edward 114 

Jones, Frances 86, 312 

Jones, Harris 114 



Jones, Helen 115, 225, 307 

Jones, Jennie Bea 67, 242, 290 

Jones, Lauralee 114, 325 

Jones, Marion 51, 34, 151, 245, 249, 258, 

306 
Jones, Maurine 67 
Jones, Myron Dale 89 
Jones, Neola 264 
Jones, Norelle 114 
Jones, Norma Marie 115 
Jones, Phyllis 224, 265 
Jones, Weston Kay 115 
Jones, Wilma 114 
Jones, Ted 294 
Jorgensen, Hans 115 
Jorgensen, Rulen 51, 214, 310 
Jorgenson, Phil 251, 295 
Joyner, Jack Fulton 115, 326 
Joyner, Oliver Harold 38, 86, 295, 326 
Jrenback, Carmen 288 
Juchau, Anne 115 
Judd, Margaret 138, 309, 311 
Judkins, Nina 115, 222, 269 

— K — 

Kamauoha, Charles 115, 298 

Kampi, Thomas J. 116 

Kanold, Charlotte 253 

Karstetter, Verna Louise 115 

Kartchner, Kenner 51, 68, 135, 149, 279, 
329 

Kartchner, Lucile 267 

Kase, Alice 51 

Kaufman, Oreal 67 

Kay, Carol 116, 283 

Kayle, Blanche 256 

Keeler, Colleen 143, 246, 252, 265 

Keit, Jim 196 

Keith, Beverly 86 

Keitzman, Jim 197, 202 

Keller, Mar Rue 88, 285, 325 

Kelley, Marilyn 116, 288 

Kelly, Samuel 117 

Kelsey, Nan 115, 256, 325 

Kelsey, Raeola 115 

Kemp^ Carol 115 

Kemper, William Darral 117, 275 

Kendall, Richard Kay 116 

Kendall, Robert 116, 322, 327 

Kennedy, Harold 188 

Kennedy, Marilyn 116, 312 

Kern, Russel 115, 293 

Kerr, Marjorie 116 

Kest, J. Robert 58, 142, 144, 246 

Khatiblou, Ali Ashraph 42, 332 

Kiester, David 117 

Kiester, Mary Frances 51 

Kiester, Polly 326 

Kiester, Scotty 326 

Kiester, Winfleld 68 

Killpack, Helen 51, 310 

Killpack, Theodore "Ted" 86, 275 
Kimball, "Eddie" 195, 200, 202 

Kimball, Frances 86, 224, 226, 268 

Kimball, Reid Roberts 86 

King, Dale 163, 167, 274 

King, Douglas S. 331 

King, Luwana 116 

King, Max 325 

King, Roy 117, 325 

Kingston, Marilyn 51, 236, 283, 324 

Kinsley, Geraldine 319 

Kintisch, Irving 215 

Kirk, Clarice 115 

Kirk, Emmeline 86, 287 

Kirkham, Dale 86 

Klein, Robert 36, 67, 232 

Klinger, Dawn Ella 68, 138, 259, 289, 

327 
Knecht, William 116, 299 
Knell, Claudia 116 
Knell, James 279 
Knell, Lee 163, 212, 278 
Knight, Lester 115 
Knight, Robert Don 116 
Knowlton, Clark 233, 293, 306, 309, 311 
Knudsen, Clyde 117 

Knudsen, Darwin C. 68, 144, 147, 151, 
232 



Knudsen, Gordon 117, 235 

Knudsen, Verna 286, 329 

Knudsen, William C. 117, 235 

Knudsen, William O. 68 

Kocherans, Chester P. 117 

Koew, Hermalene 115 

Koew, La Verne 115 

Koffman, Oreal 244 

Kohler, Barbara 68, 223, 242, 282, 284 

Koller, Lyle James 199, 200, 202 

Konold, Charlotte 115 

Kowallis, Willard 89 

Koyen, Patricia 115, 328 

Koyle, Blanche 51 

Koyle, Bliss 116 

Kreissler, John 86, 237, 275 

Krissman, Georgene 86, 260, 316 

Kuhni, Glade 86, 241, 251, 276 

Kump, Garth 250 

Kunkel, Bernice 115, 288 

Kunz, Frank Gene 116, 270 



— L — 

LaBench, Lloyd 215 

Labrum, Donna Rae 117, 328 

Laepfer, Richard K. 118 

LaForce, Lester Ray 88, 295 

Laird, Robert W. 88, 136, 294 

Lamb, Mary 284 

Lambert, Dr. Asael C. 29 

Lamborn, Maxine 117 

Lamoreaux, Shirley 116 

La Munyon, Harold 89, 299 

La Munyon, John L. 68, 299 

Lance, Reed B. 117 

Landgren, Beverly 68, 145, 223. 282, 331 

Laney, Dorothy 88, 304, 318, 327 

Laney, Theon 68 

Langford, Esma 89, 286, 300 

Larsen, Charles 117, 211, 296 

Larsen, Elma 52, 100, 139, 259, 313 

Larsen, Grant A. 68 

Larsen, Horace C. 52 

Larsen, Jay 214 

Larsen, Kirk 52 

Larsen, Margaret 116 

Larsen, Norma 52, 283, 322 

Larsen, Ralph 212 

Larsen, Richard 51 

Larsen, Ruby LaRue 117 

Larsen, Ruth 88 

Larsen, Spencer 89 

Larsen, Thelma 52 

Larsen, Thomas 52 

Larson, Ross 52 

Larson, Violet 116 

Latimer, Estill 51 

Law, David 88, 306 

Law, Donald Edwin 118 

Law, Hugh T. 51, 280, 294, 312 

Law, Lon 321 

Law, Mark Dale 149 

Law, Dr. Reuben B. 27 

Lawrence, Elbert 117 

Lawrence, Isabell 86 

Lawson, Douglas 116 

Layton, Ronald Jack 117 

Lazenby, J. Douglas 89, 145, 148, 246 

Leany, Elrod 68 

Leavitt, Bryce 117 

Leavitt, David 117, 210 

Leavitt, Lawrence 117 

Leavitt, Verr D. 117 

Leavitt, Van 117 

LeBaron, Connie 117, 288 

LeBaron, Donald 89, 250 

LeBaron, Gordon 117, 321 

LeCheminant, Wilford 68, 298 

Lee, Glen 117 

Lee, Gordon 116, 315 

Lee, Harold E. 316 

Lee, Joe 147 

Lee, John Franklin 118, 146, 149 

Lee, John Milton 116, 276 

Lee, Joseph 51 

Lee, Kathryn 115 

Lee, Maurine 51, 288 

Lee Thomas 277 



345 



Levie, Veola Vaun 117 

Lewis, Alaire 86, 291 

Lewis, Arna Lucille 116 

Lewis, Barbara Jean 89, 142, 264 

Lewis, Celdon 310 

Lewis, Daniel 273 

Lewis, Gail H. 118 

Lewis, George 144, 147 

Lewis, Gordon K. 116, 273 

Lewis, lone 89, 283 

Lewis, Jack W. 88 

Lewis, J. William 52, 139, 140, 181, 245, 

250, 272 
Lewis, Laura Martha 86, 316 
Lewis, Rhoda Daphne 89, 244, 269, 318 
Lewis, Roberta 117 
Lewis, Russell 88, 296, 322 
Lewis, Sarah 86, 318 
Liapis, Pete 199, 200, 202 
Lidiard, Lois 117 
Liechty, Leslie 117 
Liechty, Norma 117 
Lincoln, Burton 306 
Linde, Lorraine 225, 226 
Lindsay, Derrell A. 76 
Lindsay, Grace 86, 155, 219, 263, 304 
Lindsay, Grant 52 
Lindsay, Mary 52, 286 
Lindsay, Ronald 68 
Lines, Marba 288 
Linge, Robert 89 
Liston, Donald 116 
Litchfield, Afton 285 
Litster, Uneva 117, 135, 137, 237, 288 
Little, Lorraine 86 
Lloyd, Cecil 214, 272, 325 
Lloyd, Charles 214, 298 
Lloyd, David 117, 292 
Lloyd, Glenn S. 89 
Lloyd, Glenda 117, 292 
Lloyd, Dr. Wesley P. 24 
Loffard, Keith V. 89 
Lofgreen, Verna Mae 89, 289 
Long, R. J. 116, 214 
Long, Vonda 117 
Losee, Ferril 117 
Losee, Ferron C. 195, 202 
Louder, Ray R. 116 
Loveless, Beverly 117 
Lovell, Ferrin 89, 277, 323 
Lovell, O. Leoyd 116, 277, 303, 323 
Lovell, Ralph 117, 323 
Loveridge, E. 214 
Loveridge, William M. 68 
Low, David 309 
Lowe, Newton 316 
Lowell, S. 243 
Luce, Carl 117 
Luce, Willard 238 
Luce, John 117 
Ludlow, Enoch "Nick" 88, 274 
Ludlow, Gordon F. 117 
Ludlow, Kenneth E. 68, 302 
Ludlow, Lester 117 
Ludlow, Melvin 273 
Ludlow, Priscilla 68, 264 
Luke, Harold "Hal" 118, 275, 325 
Lundell, Clyde 89 

Lundell, Donna 100, 116, 259, 316, 328 
Lundell, Joyce 88, 307 
Lundell, Orville 233, 273, 312 
Lundgren, Cleo 117 
Lunt, Raynal 52, 233, 234, 318 
Lunt, Verna Mae 117, 318 
Lutz, Jean 117, 330 
Lyans, Dorothy 265 
Lyans, Robert 88 
Lyman, Jay 144, 146, 149, 310 
Lyman, Kay 88 
Lyman, Thomas K. 89 
Lynn, Bob 117, 330 



— M — 

Maag, Martha 117 

Mabey, Melvin 53, 137, 149, 151, 238, 

241, 277, 338 
Mabey, Orson 69 
MacDonald, Hazel D. 120, 223, 329 



MacDonald, Verla Lu 69, 223, 284, 320 

Macfarlane, A. Welling 52 

Mackenzie, Barbara 100, 117, 267 

Mackerell, Shirley 118 

MacMitchell, Les 215 

MacNaughton, Thomas 89 

MacNielson, Edna 267 

Madsen, Beth 89 

Madsen, Dr. Florence Jepperson 184, 185 

Madsen, Dr. Franklin 184 

Madsen, Janice 222, 289 

Madsen, Janet 90, 119 

Madsen, Kenneth R. 69, 241 

Madsen, Mary Lou 290, 310 

Madsen, Stanley R. 119 

Madson, Orlin 118 

Madson, Rex Arnold 69, 241, 316 

Magleby, Jean 240, 284 

Magleby, Richard Harmon 119, 275 

Magliocco, Frank 70 

Magner, Marianna 118 

Maloney, Alice Myrle 70, 305 

Maloney, Joan 119 

Maloy, Laura Le 69 

Mangum, Maria 70, 289 

Mangus, Maye 89, 287 

Mann, Rodney 146, 149 

Manning, Wallace 274 

Manwaring, Lois Joan 88 

Manzione, Joseph A. 119 

Marchant, Fred T. 119 

Marchant, Lila 117 

Marchant, Norman T. 69, 144, 270 

Markhan, Don H. 119, 322 

Markham, Keith 119, 322 

Marler, Gwen 88, 289 

Marler, Joy 119, 288 

Marley, Bert W. 119 

Marlor, Patsv 119 

Marrell, Sharrell 299 

Marsden, Jefferson 217 

Marsden, Zana 210 

Marshall, Barbara 69, 240, 256, 320 

Marshall, John Gibbs 119, 312 

Marshall, Marie 52 

Marshall, Milton 239 

Martin, Beth 89, 263 

Martin, Geneal 69, 262 

Martin, Lionel 120 

Martin, Ruth 70, 262 

Martin, Dr. Thomas L. 28 

Martineau, Catherine 117, 312 

Mary Lou, the mascot 208 

Masen, Sterling Lane 119, 298, 327 

Mason, Bert 314 

Mason, Naone 119, 291 

Massey, Ferrell A. 120, 238 

Mathews, Madelyn 117, 323 

Matkin, Nola 117 

Matson, Ella Mae 69, 283, 327 

Matson, Irene Lois 118, 327 

Matson, Sharmon 331 

Matthews, Elynn 89, 256, 316 

Mattson, Ida Luella 88 

Maughan, Nola A. 118 

Maughan, Virginia 53 

Mavrakis, Steve 202 

Maw, LaRue 284 

Maxwell, Emma Jean 119, 328 

Maycock, Booth 251, 278 

Maynard, Earl Myron 53, 327 

Mayer, Clifford Lamar 120 

Mayhew, Thomas Eugene 90 

McAffie, Calvin Reed 119, 310, 319 

McAllister, Elaine 89, 263 

McAllister, Eilzabeth 119 

McArthur, Daryl 274 

McBride, Don 53, 326 

McBride, Jane 264 

McBride, Kenneth 119, 325 

McCartney, Alta Ruth 119 

McClellan, Betty Jane 119, 329 

McClure, Edmund Joseph 119, 325 

McDermott, Betty Mae 119 

McDonald, Hiram S. 89 

McDonald, President Howard S. 22 

McDonald, Richard S. 120 

McDonald, Richard W. 118 

McEwen, Grace Irene 53 

McFarland, Albert Kenneth 53, 273 

McFarland, Ramona 69 



McFar'Md, Thelma I. 89 

McFarlane, M. James 52 

McGuire, Erma 69 

McGuire, J. Paul 69, 272, 310 

Mclff, Lyle H. 89, 297, 316 

Mcintosh, Jean 70, 285, 304 

Mcintosh, Nola 119, 261 

Mclntre, Douglas 310 

McKay, Clyde 272, 274 

McKay, David O. 21 

McKay, Janice 52, 283 

McKell, Sam 118 

McKnelly, Meredith 37, 86, 163 

McKnelly, Ted 34,35, 60, 271 

McKenzie, Roger H. 118 

McLaughlin, Genevieve 119, 268 

McMillan, Valerie 327 

McMurrav, Wanda 265 

McNeil, Helen 53, 260 

McNeil, Mary Afton 89, 290 

McPherson, Camilla 88 

McPhie, Viola J. 118 

Meacham, Lavar 120, 325 

Meaker, Evelyn Olive 120 

Meason, James Laurance 119 

Meason, Jay 238 

Mecham, Derrall F. 53 

Mecham, Katherine 120 

Mecham, Marvin D. 119 

Mecham, Melvin 246 

Meeks, Arden Earl 119 

Meeks, Heber Wells 232 

Mehl, Audrey 119, 134, 266 

Meldrum, Dorothy 118 

Mellor, Irma Rachel 119 

Mellor, Norma Jean 90, 291 

Mellor, Sherril L. 69 

Melton, Charles S. 90, 326 

Memmott, Hazle Marie 117 

Mendenhall, Carma J. 69 

Mendenhall, Legia 37, 260, 329 

Mendenhall, Robert C. 69 

Menlove, Lyle Lydia 119 

Mercer, Arva May 52, 135, 137, 286 

Mercer, Charles E. 118 

Mercer, Robert 91, 321 

Meredith, Carma 70, 262, 263 

Merrill, Albert Ivan 120, 234 

Merrill, Grace 119, 312 

Merrill, Joseph F. 21 

Merrill, Kimball 197, 202 

Merrill, Lamona 118, 327 

Messerly, Ernest Dayle 119 

Metcalf, Kenneth R. 119 

Mette, Henry Harvey 90, 233, 326 

Mick, Wells 298 

Miera, Alberto O. 69, 214 

Mikkelsen, LaDene 120, 259 

Mikkelsen, Laurine "Mickie" 219, 220, 221, 

223, 256 
Miles, Kathryn 269 
Miles, Newell William 119 
Millan, Marjorie 135 
Millar, Marjorie 90 
Millard, Doris 119, 283, 325 
Miller, Carol Fay 118, 312 
Miller, Dale 36, 53, 280, 294 
Miller, George Albert 53 
Miller, Glen Eldon 120 
Miller, Gwendolyn 254 
Miller, Helen A. 88, 258 
Miller, Irvin James 120 
Miller, James 322 
Miller,. Janet 89, 260 
Miller, Leland S. 118, 316 
Miller, Lowell S. 243 
Miller, Magdalene 52, 285 
Miller, Marlene 303 
Miller, Martin 239 
Miller, Mildred 90, 254, 312 
Miller, Richard Dee 119, 312 
Miller, Troy M. 118 
Miller, Veda 53, 283, 324 
Miller, Vivian 117 
Millerberg, Renee 89 
Millet, Floyd 195, 202, 203, 206, 214 
Mills, Edna Holt 52 
Mills, Joyce 120 
Mills, Shirley 138 
Millett, Duard 53 
Millett, Cecil L. 119, 299 



346 



Millett, Wylene 265 

Millward, Gale 70, 289, 316 

Minis, Edwin 189 

Miner, Doris June 118, 267 

Miner, Mary Jane 37, 69, 161, 267 

Miner, Montell 89, 280, 319 

Miner, Shirley LaDeanne 119 

Mirovitch, Alfred 189 

Mitchell, Arthur D. 89 

Mitchell, Nadene 119 

Mitchell, Robert Dale 53, 243, 270 

Mitropoulos, Dimitri 189 

Mitter, John 246 

Moberly, Helen Lee 89 

Moffat, Madison Weldon 91, 271, 276 

Moffitt, Weldon 90 

Molen, Weslie E. 327 

Molstrom, Mary Carol 118 

Money, Mark Laursen 119 

Monroe, Shirley 89, 323 

Monson, Velios 120 

Monson, Virgia Yvonne 119, 288 

Montague, Glenn F. 69 

Montague, Q. Blair 327 

Montell, Ramon 234 

Moody, Darlene 89, 319 

Moody, Jeneal 70, 287, 320, 323 

Moody, Joseph 299, 323 

Moody, Myrlene 269 

Moon, Ella Mae 292 

Moon, Floyd 119 

Moon, Grant C. 52, 232, 241, 280, 292, 

312 
Moon, Ila Jean 117 
Moore, Bonnie 89 
Moore, Gloria Lee 118, 321 
Moore, Iris 52, 240, 287 
Moore, Kathryn C. 119 
Moore, Mary 91, 242, 287 
Moore, Mavis 90, 287 
Moore, Sherell L. 119 
Morgan, Betty E. 117 
Morgan, Carl E. 120, 299 
Morgan, Evelyn 69, 135, 263 
Morgan, Jaynann 89, 135, 252, 254, 263, 

310, 312 
Morgan, Marjorie 91 
Morgan, Theodore E. 120, 235 
Morgan, Walter F. 119 
Morley, Dr. Alonzo J. 139, 236, 245, 313 
Morley, Marilyn 118, 260, 305 
Morrell, Rube M. 52 
Morrill, John D. 120 
Morrill, Kaye Jane 119 
Morrill, Magdalene 120 
Morrill, Melvin Grant 118 
Morris, Ina Louise 120 
Morris, Opal 118 
Morrow, Keith G. 91 
Morse, Mona Jean 69 
Mortensen, Chester 52, 293, 329 
Mortensen, Creed 119 
Mortensen, Grant W. 119 
Mortensen, LaRae 70, 305 
Mortensen, Lois 119, 291, 316 
Mortensen, Manning Mary 69 
Mortensen, Nona 70 
Moss, John Joel 69, 233, 298 
Mott, Kenneth C. 90, 272, 293, 331 
Mott, Troy Allen 118 
Moulton,Floyd C. 88, 272, 310 
Moulton, Garda Gay 68, 288, 303 
Moulton, Rex 91, 273 
Mouulton, Wilbur Earl 69, 319 
Mousley, Clifford 119 
Movaghar, Iran 332 
Mower, Joyce 119 
Mowery, Sherman M. 120, 217 
Mueller, Mary Lou 118 
Muhlestein, Charles 119, 319 
Muhlestein, Tell 147 
Muir, Irene 69, 286 
Muir, Katherine 303 
Muir, Marion 53 
Muir, Milton Barlow 89, 250 
Mullen, Barbara R. 52, 242, 262 
Mullen, Coy M. 118, 262, 318 
Mumford, Verl I. 118, 273, 325 
Munson, John Ernest 90 
Murdock, Dick 198, 202, 274 



Murdock, Edward T. 90 

Murdock, Mary Ann 88, 138 

Murphy, E. Smith 239 

Murphy, Joseph R. 235, 243 

Murphy, Marvel 33, 34, 35, 53, 173, 244, 

259, 283, 311, 324 
Murray, Helen J. 70, 283 
Murray, Thayne 314 
Murri, Donald 273, 293 
Myers, Doris Joy 119, 260 
Myers, M. Norville 119, 235, 327 
Myers, Rulon W. 52, 211, 272 



— N — 

Naegle, Helen 91, 285 

Naegle, Shirley 212 

Narramore, Lou 121, 330 

Nash, Grant 110 

Nate, Jane 70, 287 

Nate, Joe 330 

Neely, Mary Lou 121, 289 

Nelson, Ald'o Claude 235 

Nelson, Beverly E. 121 

Nelson, Bob Taylor 121, 214 

Nelson, Donald Lister 121 

Nelson, Frank Brown 121, 146 

Nelson, Jack Loren 121 

Nelson, Joseph Arthur 203, 205, 214 

Nelson, Laurel Mae 121 

Nelson, Margaret 147 

Nelson, Max Duane 121, 325 

Nelson, Naomi 70, 287, 316 

Nelson, Phillip Clair 214 

Nelson, Robert Deane 275 

Nelson, Roxey Lou 37, 70, 304 

Neves, Wilford Leslie 91 

Newberry, Marrion Arthur 70, 293, 329 

Newell, Mervin Clark 53, 233 

Newell, Shirley Beth 121 

Newman, Catherine 70, 290 

Newren, Karl Young 121 

Newton, Maile Ann 120 

Nibley, Dr. Hugh 309 

Nichols, Bill 90, 325 

Nichols, Fay 121, 286, 329 

Nichols, Jeff Wilson Jr. 120, 310 

Nichols, Loren William 121, 316 

Nichols, Lorraine 53, 260 

Nichols, Margaret Ann 120 

Nichols, Yvonne 121, 327 

Nielsen, Bennett F. 121 

Nielsen, Betty Iris 121, 244, 330 

Nielsen, Clyde R. 91, 298, 312 

Nielsen, Donna May 120, 327 

Nielsen, Evan C. 70, 208 

Nielsen, Frank 232 

Nielsen, George Wallace 120 

Nielsen, Ida 90, 327 

Nielsen, Iris 121, 312 

Nielsen, John Merle 121, 275 

Nielsen, Kenneth Fred 91, 321 

Nielsen, Roger 70, 91, 280 

Nielsen, Von R. 232, 312 

Nielson, Acel Dutson 121, 323 

Nielson, Edna Claire 53, 304 

Nielson, Helen Rae 121 

Nielson, Joseph A. 53 

Nielson, Mauvine 310 

Nielson, Roxey 44 

Nielson, Russel W. 214 

Nielson, Vernon C. 91 

Nilsen, Reed E. 196, 198, 201, 202, 211 

Nilsson, Byard G. 121 

Nixon, Stanley Reed 239, 251, 295 

Noble, Jean Louise 120 

Noelte, Lois Ruth 121 

Norberg, Dorothy 70, 240 

Norberg, Velda 269 

Nordgren, Jane 121, 135 

Norman, Dorothy 121 

North, Maurice R. 121 

Norton, Keith M. 121 

Norton, Maxine 53, 240, 286 

Novaes, Guiomar 189 

Novak, Daniel 91, 137, 238 

Nowothy, Cora Belle 121 

Nusink, Margaret 53, 243 

Nutter, John W. 143, 147 



— o — 

Oakley, Claron L. 91, 134, 250, 278 
Oaks, Clinton L. 3, 71, 137, 139, 159, 163, 

241,245, 270, 337 
Oaks, Joyce 121 
O'Berry, Willard D. 32G 
Odekirk, Nadeen 121 
Ogden, Mae 242 
Ogden, Melvin J. 9:, 233 
Okerlund, Maeser 121 
Oldroyd, Una 42, 284 
Oliphant, Clare H. Jr. 91 
Oliphant, Doris R. 54 
Oliphant, Gertrude 90 
Oliphant, Nada 121 
Oliver, Betty 91, 266, 310 
Oliverson, Glen H. 53, 199, 202 
Ollerton, Robert Miltcn 71 
Olmstead, Cliff 210, 217 
Olphin, Katheryn 91 
Olsen, Betty Arlene 91 
Olsen, Barbara Hansen 54 
Olsen, Beverly 121, 328 
Olsen, Dale L. 70, 312, 327 
Olsen, Emilia 91, 244, 283 
Olsen, Jeanne 121 
Olsen, Mary Lou 121 
Olsen, Patsy 121 
Olsen, Ralph A. 121 
Olsen, Raymond 71, 277 
Olsen, Robert B. 121 
Olsen, Roy L. 71, 312, 327 
Olsen, Rov R. 327 
Olson, Earnest 91, 330 
Olson, Jerry Russell 121, 210 
Olson, Lona Faun 144 
Olson, M. Eloise 120, 321 
Olson, Rex A. 197, 202 
Olson, Wayne G. 91 
Openshaw, Nathel 71, 329 
Orgill, Douglas H. 54, 293 
Orgill, Melvin W. 53, 271, 293 
Orgille, Betty 223 
Orlyn, Terry 121 
Ormandy, Eugene 188 
Orr, Patricia 121 
Orton, Nona Jean 90 
Orton, Roma 90 
Orwin, Arloa 90 

Orwin, Orcella S. 121, 150, 151, 264, 304 
Osborn, Ardith McNally 268, 289, 319 
Osborn, Grant M. 54, 299 
Osborne, Bruce 90, 199, 200, 202, 272 
Ostergaard, Robert Nelson 121 
Ostler, Blaine 121 
Ostler, Mary Lou 54, 258, 327 
OToole, Colleen 120, 223 
Ottesen, LaReece 120, 307 
Ottesen, Lester Keith 121, 310 
Ovard, Beth 54, 246 
Ovard, Glen Fowler 120, 235 
Overlade, Maxine 259 
Owen, Ada 121, 283 
Owens, Vera Elizabeth 121, 326 



— P — 

Pace, Calvin Judd 122, 211, 217 
Pace, Dwayne Milton 122 
Pace, Kenneth J. 123 
Pace, Raymond Elwood 122 
Packard, Calvin 122, 235 
Packard, David C. 272 
Padfield, Max 243 
Page, Arza C. Jr. 123 
Page, Barbara 92, 291 
Page, Erma L. 91, 261, 316 
Page, Howard N. 54, 174, 278 
Page, Lloyd E. 92, 214, 250, 279 
Page, Ruth 122 
Palfreyman, Phyllis Jane 312 
Palfreyman, Raphel C. 54 
Palmer, Benon 256 
Palmer, Elizabeth 123 
Palmer, Marilyn 91, 223, 284 
Paloni, Ernestine 123 
Pardoe, Kathryn B. 144 
Pardoe, Shirley R. 265 



317 



Pardoe, Thomas E. 212, 271 

Parent, Vernon Frost 122 

Park. Marv Maurine 123, 222, 331 

Parker, Hulda 244 

Parker, Juel A. 122 

Parker, Margaret 91, 123 

Parker, Norman L. 270 

Parker. Phyllis Elaine 91, 291, 327 

Parker, Olive 285 

Parker, Orin D. 71, 144, 146, 151, 181, 

236, 237, 245, 248, 313 
Parker, Robert Hal 92 
Parker, Sylvia 91 
Parkinson, Diane 138 
Parkinson, Genevieve 55 
Parkinson, Marjorie Louise 122 
Parkinson, Morris D. 38, 71, 232, 327 
Parkinson, Roger 121 
Parrish, Joyce Chloe 54, 240 
Parry, John P. 121 
Parry, Lois Lavell 123 
Pasquier Trio 189 
Patten, Deon 71, 243 
Patten, William Cornwall 93 
Patterson, Beth 123, 312 
Paul, Janet 54 
Paulson, Walter 121 
Paxman, Richard G. 54, 278, 310 
Paxton, Bonnie 123 
Payne, Albert L. 54 
Pavne. Calvin E. 123 
Payne, Eldon Mauray 92, 146, 148 
Payne, Joseph D. "Dave" 54, 318 
Peacock, Elaine 54, 260 
Pearce, Benjamin Keith 122, 310 
Pearson, Harrv Pershing 55 
Peay, Dean S. 139 
Peay, Dorace 122 
Peay, Walter Boyd 315 
Peck, Louie Rae 71, 149, 244, 284, 316 
Pederson, Keith G. 122 
Pederson, Owen Martel 122 
Peel, F. Dee 93 
Pehrson, June 91 
Pehrson, Marjorie Petty 54 
Pendleton, Carl J. 91 
Pendleton, Lynn 123, 235 
Perkins, Anonna 91, 290, :!2'.i 
Perkins, Marjorie 285 
Perkins, Merial 142 
Perry, Lynn H. 325 
Perry, Malin 122 
Perry, Mariam 122 
Persson, Mayne Reid 71 
Petersen, Max D. 122 
Petersen, Melvin D. 71. 293 
Peterson, Anna 54 
Peterson, Bobette 135, 264 
Peterson, Carmella 259 
Peterson, Chauncey S. 212 
Peterson, Clifford J. 122, 123, 321 
Peterson, Dale 270 
Peterson, Dean 144 
Peterson, Don C. 92 
Peterson, Gae 140 
Peterson, Geneal 90 
Peterson, Gloria Veon 123 
Peterson, Ida May 93, 220 
Peterson, James L. 122, 270, 310 
Peterson, Janet F. Barclay 54 
Peterson, Jay 214, 313 
Peterson, Jilene 122 
Peterson, John Lawrence 55 
Peterson, Kathryn 71, 266 
Peterson, Lila 123 
Peterson, Marvin 123, 327 
Peterson, Mary Louise 122 
Peterson, Richard 122, 310 
Peterson, Robert Elwood 54 
Peterson, Robert M. 55 
Peterson, Ruth 54 
Peterson, Weldon 302 
Peterson, Wendell 325 
Pettijohn, Martha Melba 123, 288, 327 
Petty, Donald M. 54, 233 
Petty, Dorothy 93, 284, 307, 325 
Petty, Marilyn 93, 220, 223, 224, 256 
Petty, Marjorie 256 
Phelps, Paul Allen 93, 319 
Phelps, Winnifred 91, 319, 332 
Philbrick, Robert E. 281 



Phillips, Lucille Lee 91, 260 

Phillips, Paul 272 

Phippen. Myrna Fayt 1 -'.', 

Pickett, Bulo E. Jr." 71 

Pierce, E. Claire 54 

Pierce, Isaac D. 91, 146. 294, 311, 325 

Pierce, Josephine 123 

Pierce, Marybeth 55, 286 

Pierson, June 284 

Pitcher, Marian 71, 254, 305 

Pocock, Don Jay 123 

Pomeroy, Cecil 93 

Pomerov, Wayne C. 123 

Poole, Luana 122 

Pope, R. Delvar 54 

Porter, Blaine 38, 54, 311 

Porter, Delia Mae 91, 243, 305 

Porter, Kenneth W. 55 

Porter, Owen Ray 91 

Potasnik, William 71 

Potter, Margaret S. 240 

Potter, Robert S. 36, 92, 280, 294 

Potts, Ilene 122, 303 

Poulsen, Udell 121, 322 

Poulsen, Verlin 121 

Poulson, Elaine 93, 328 

Poulson, Elizabeth Marv 123 

Poulson, Pamela 122, 134, 265 

Poulson, Robert Louis 91 

Poulton, Donna 122 

Powell, Beverly 123, 286 

Powell, Lynn Albert 91 

Powell, Reed Madsen 42 

Pratt, Leigh B. 123 

Pratt, Louise 121 

Pratt, Samuel O. 315 

Preece, Leila Ruth 123 

Preece, Vallarie 122 

Preston, Merrill Richard 273 

Prestwich, Leonard Willis 71, 295 

Price, Jack R. 92, 198, 199, 202, 233, 

310 
Price, Marian LuDean 123 
Price, Ralph M. 93, 281, 294 
Price, Reed E. 71, 136, 232 
Price, Virginia May 122 
Pridav, Margaret 37, 54, 225, 226, 258 
Pruitt, Ruth 122 
Prusee, Ralph P. 271 
Puckett, Eldon H. 92, 314 
Puckett, George C. 123, 314 
Pugh, Ralph B. 121 
Pug-mire, Elaine G. 122 
Pulham, Kenneth T. 93 
Pulver, Eugene Oliver 123 
Purnell, Allen 123, 298 



— Q — 

Quilter, Franklin H. 123 
Quinn, Tommy 215 



— R — 

Radmall, Max B. 123 

Rafatjah, Manausher 332 

Ram, Houshang 42, 332 

Ramon, William 214 

Rainwater, Ramona 123, 283, 326 

Randall, Alta 124, 223 

Randall, Bertha 72, 290, 304, 305 

Randall, Howard L. 3, 55, 136, 145, 233, 

248, 277, 324, 337 
Randall, Jeanne 124, 327 
Randall, Joanne 123, 327 
Randall, Melvin G. 72, 137, 232, 324 
Randalle, Emma Jane 188 
Ranzenberger, Ramona 124 
Rapier, Don W. 72, 293, 329 
Rappleye, Donna Laura 125 
Rasband, Heber Garth 72 
Rashtian, Jalal 124, 332 
Rasmussen, Allene 124, 135 
Rasmussen, Alvin Louis 92, 296 
Rasmussen, Carma 92, 135, 237, 325 
Rasmussen, Duane H. 93, 276, 323 
Rasmussen, Gloria 92, 256 
Rasmussen, Lessa 124, 288, 319, 328 
Rasmussen, Wayne 321 



Raiv 1 >_.=, Barbara Jean 123 

Rawku, ■■._.. C'adys 91, 283, 325 

Ray, Nal 5 c 71, 283, 300 

Ream. Ilu :■ 1 Dawn 92, 157, 254, 289, 

307, 325 
Ream, Marv Ida 71, 290, 325 
Rebentisch, Anne K. 72, 139 
Reber, Colleen 124 
Redd, William Smellie 55 
Redd, Wyman H. 310 
Redford, Bonnie 256 
Redford, Bronwyn 125, 327 
Redford, Rulon Jack 124, 164 
Reed, Delaine 124, 285 
Reed, Lawrence Andrew "Larry" 197, 202 
Reese, Jean 55, 143, 151, 249, 316 
Reid, Bettie Jean 124, 319 
Reid, Joyce 124, 266 
Reid, Lora Lee 71, 291 
Reid, Morris 123 
Reimschiissel, Walter 92, 211, 217 
Reintjes, Harrell Clifton 297, 331 
Reintjes, Paul Edward 124, 331 
Reisner, Richard Junior 122 
Reynolds, LaRae 71, 252, 265 
Reynolds, Nanna Lee 264 
Rhodes, Betty 262 
Rhodes, Donald W. ,55, 274 
Rhodes, Elizabeth 123 
Rice, E. J. 42 
Rice, Eleanor 72, 137 
Rice, Maxine 92 
Rice, ValDeane 55, 266 
Rich, Boyd C. 124,299 
Rich, Owen S. 236 
Richards, Carol Rae 286 
Richards, Cory Daniel 124, 297, 327 
Richards, Dorothy 123 
Richards, Faye 92, 220, 226, 291 
Richards, Lucille 55, 242, 258 
Richard, Preston Doremus Jr. 124, 319 
Richards, Stephen L. 21 
Richardson, Annie M. 56 
Richardson, Carol Rae 122, 237, 319 
Richardson, Floyd C. 201, 202, 210 
Richardson, James 140 
Richardson, Keith Ervin 123 
Richardson, Walter L. 140 
Richardson, William James 93 
Richardson, Zella 124 
Richeson, Ernest Lee 93, 322 
Richley, Reid Therson 124 
Richins, LaDene 56 
Richman, Alma John 124 
Richmond, Ruth 125 
Ricks, Eldin 316 
Ricks, Norma Alice 287 
Riddle, Bruce 315 
Riddle, Kent 315 
Ridge, Ralph William 95 
Riding, Lynn Wright 123 
Rigby, Donna Rae 323 
Rigbv, Keith 55, 292 
Rigby, Ruth 292 
Ririe, David 72 
Ririe, Joanne I. 71 
Robbins, Roland 272 
Roberts, Boyle 123 
Roberts, Dan Elmer 93, 211, 214 
Roberts, Norma 287 
Robertson, Don A. 123, 235 
Robertson, James L. 123 
Robertson, Dr. LeRoy J. 187 
Robertson, Mark S. 295 
Robins, Edward 124 
Robins, Nadine 323 
Robins, Roland Kenneth 323 
Robinson, Barbara 123, 291, 305 
Robinson, Betty E. 93, 220, 253, 258, 312 
Robinson, Calleen 158, 159 
Robinson, Clarence 273, 323 
Robinson, Henry 55, 243 
Robinson, Jack 330 
Robinson, Jennie 318 
Robinson, Lorraine 93 
Robinson, Louise 284 
Robinson, Max C. 38, 71, 232, 330 
Robinson, Millward D. 71, 234 
Robinson, Shirley Dee 124 
Robison, Clarence Franklin 214, 215 
Robison, Clyde 303 



348 



R .'.'.son, Mary Jean Laabs 55, 320 J2 J 

I. ison, Phillip G. 33, 214, 3$ "M 323 

Robison, Rosalie 123 

Rockwood, Linn 55, 212, 277 

Rodas, Julia 312 

Rodriguez, Domingo B. 93 

Rogers, Garth O. 123 

Rogers, M. Roscoe "Scully" 72, 232, 310, 
329 ' ' 

Rogers, Raymond 92 

Rollins, Robert H. 330 

Romney, Afton 267 

Romney, Antone Kimball 30 

Romney, Carol 124, 263 

Romney, Catherine 240, 244, 330 

Romney, Frank M. 123 

Romney, Letha 55 

Romney, Maurine 71, 287 

Romney, Myrlene 263 

Roper, Betty Jane 55, 286, 323 

Roper, Helen 123 

Roper, Marie L. 316 

Roper, Morris L. 55, 246, 308 

Roper, Voit J. 55, 316 

Rose, Lucile 92, 263, 331 

Rosenbaum, Bennie Var 124 

Rosenbaum, Faye 123 

Rosenberg, Clair E. 72 

Rosenberg-, Gay 72, 287 

Ross, Alice Marie 91, 283, 321 

Ross, Lester 124, 234 

Rosson, Harland S. 92 

Rothe, Quartet 188 

Rothe, Royal Dean 55, 233, 279 

Roundy, Varsel Clair 124 

Rousen, Joye 123 

Rowan, Colleen 55, 221, 226, 312 

Rowan, Gaylon B. 93 

Rowberry, Joe 123, 235 

Rowley, Richard "Dick" 38, 55, 134 139 

151, 237, 245 
Rowley, Robert A. 72, 315 
Royer, Pat 92 
Ruff, Jean 72, 281, 316 
Rukeyser, Dr. Merryle S. 189 
Runyan, John 233 
Ruoff, Beverly June 92 
Rushton, Luana Mae 92, 135, 149 246 

260, 308, 316 
Russell, Betty 93 
Russell, Edith 335 
Russell, Kent R. 123, 277 
Russell, Lorraine 124, 258, 312, 327 
Russell, Patricia Sue 221, 263 
Russell, Ralph Edward 123 
Russell, Virginia 124 
Rust, Ada Marilyn 123 
Ryan, Adrian Ju'dd 123 
Ryskamp, Edna 72, 258, 331 

— S — 

Saffery, Miriam 125 

Saleh, Fereydaun 125, 332 

Salisbury, Leon G. 124 

Salmon, Warren Gunn 248 

Sandberg, Harley T. 93 

Sandberg, Lloyd Snow 73, 232, 297 320 

Sandberg, Lucille 315 

Sander, Carolyn 266 

Sander, June 254 

Sanders, Christian 36, 143, 175, 248 308 

Sanders, Ellen 329 

Sanders, Joseph Leon 73, 124 

Sanders, Lillian 93, 329 

Sanders, Margaret 125 

Sanderson, Ivan 303 

Sanford, Junella 37, 73, 145. 149, 164 

Sanford, Marion Elizabeth 125, 264 

Sanford, Shirley Louise 264 

Sardoni, Lawrence 187 

Sargent, Lucille 95, 220, 312 

Sargent. Merle Blair 126 

Sauls, Keifer B. 21, 23, 195 

Sawyers, Nancy 308 

Sayer, A. LaMar 73 

Scherer, Paul Edward 125, 310 

Schoenestra, Margaret Elizabeth 125 

Schofield, Theodore D. 248 

Schow, Fred F. 126 



Schow, Russell S. 56 

Schulthess, David 125, 135, 237 

Schultz, Norma Jean 125 

Schuster, Joseph 189 

Schwantes, Glendora Lois 73, 258 

Schwantes, Gloria Lois 73, 258 

Schwantes, John W. "Bud" 94 198 199 

202, 274, 312, 329 
Scott, Alex 215 
Scott, Beulah Bell 290 
Scott, Odele Eugene 272 
Scotty, Lola Fae 310 
Scoville, Keith F. 123, 275 
Scoville, Patricia 284 
Seastrand, Garth 125, 281 
Seastrand, Richard 125 
Sederholm, Carl R. 125, 235 
Seely, Kay Gee 235 
Seeman, Eugene Franklin 95 
Segna, Joe 231 
Sessions, J. Wyley 29 
Sessions, Rosanne' 125, 312, 319 
Sevy, Arthur C. 125 
Shaffer, Marlin Ralph 72, 281, 299 
Shane, Roy A. 94 
Sharp, Garold William 126 
Sharp, James Robert 126 
Sharp, Nona M. 94, 289 
Sharp, Sally 95, 254 
Sharp, Stephen 73 
Shaw, Alfred Dean 127 
Shaw, Hazel Irene 95 
Shaw, Ramona 126, 325 
Sheffield, James Lloyd 94 
Sheffield, Russell Heber 56. 248 
Sheffield, Sherman Beck 125, 138, 235, 

4^78 
Shelley, Carl Thomas 73, 172, 295 
Shelley, Heber Jay 95 
Shelley, Stephen Paul 73, 273 
Shepherd, Arlene 72, 246, 249, 308, 329 
Shepherd, Edwin Lowell 57 
Shepherd, Kenneth R. 56, 248, 279 329 
Shepherd, Lois Helen 56, 240 
Sheranian, Pauline 56 
Sheranian, Richard Edwin 94. 299 
Sherry, Barbara Adele 72, 263 
Shifrer, Max Frank 72, 199, 273 
Shirts, Max L. 141 
Shirts, Maxine B. 242 
Shirts, Morris A. 56 
Shumway, Ernest Widtsoe 125, 208 
Shumway, Kenneth Jack 100 
Shurtleff, Nancy Jane 93, 291 
Shurtleff, Norman Terry 93 
Silvester, Dewain 56, 181, 236 
Simmons, Jay 331 
Simmons, Lucille 73, 285, 303, 31° 
Simmons, Luna Joy 125. 288 
Simmons Marilyn 56, 256 
Simmons, Norma LaVerne 95 
Singleton, Veloy 56, 142, 246, 308 
Sittle, Verne Leavitt 280 
Skousen, Alma Walser 125 
Skousen, James N. Jr 95, 214, 273, 329 
Skousen. Peter J. "Pete" 198 199 ?02 
214, 329 ' ' 

Slack, Jean 287, 300 
Slack, Lawrence R. 292 
Slack, Margaret H. 292 
Slaugh, Dale W. 125 
Smith, Betty Jo 94, 263 
Smith, Blaine 250 
Smith, Bodell 73 
Smith, Clarence Lyle 95 
Smith, Colleen 125 
Smith, Corrinne Cecelia 284 300 
Smith, David Grant 56, 310 ' 
Smith, Donna Claire 246 
Smith, Earl LeDru 93, 233 
Smith, President George Albert 20 
Smith, George Reynolds 56, 241, 276 
Smith, Howard John 126 
Smith, James Richard 95 
Smith, Joseph Fielding 21 
Smith, June 74 

Smith, Kenneth A. 56, 136, 238, 338 
Smith, Lyle 330 
Smith, R. Milton 57. 299 
Smith, Oliver R. 138 
Smith, Ramona 94, 145, 284, 286 



Smith, Rayola Mae 73, 285, 327 

Smith, Reed Emery 126 

Smith, Ren 56 

Smith, Richard Culver 56, 298, 316 

Smith, Robert J. 94 

Smith, Rozella 73, 138 

Smith, Sharlene 327 

Smith, Thelma Rae 93, 289 

Smith, Dr. T. V. 189 

Smith, Vicki Lou 95, 149, 262, 330 

Smith, Wayne J. 72 

Smith, Wilford Emery 42, 232 

Smithson, Rulon 125, 328 

Smoot, Nadine 265 

Smurthwaite, Bob 94, 295, 312, 322 

Sneddon, Edwin T. 235 

Snelgrove, Phil 125 

Snow, Alma 78, 94, 155, 221,254, 262 

Snow, Karl Anthony 274 

Snow, LuDene Perry 126 

Snow, Marry Ellen Christensen 46, 221 
249, 262 ' 

Snow, Patricia L. 94 

Snow, Richard G. 125 

Snow, Dr. William J. 159 

Snowberger, Helen 264 

Snyder, June Anna 95, 328 

Soffe, Wayne 202, 210 

Sohm, Elaine Vinon 93, 305 

Sorenson, Arlene 93 

Sorensen, Charlene 125 

Sorensen, Don 127 

Sorensen, Marva 126, 223, 286 

Sorensen, Murray 125, 292 

Sorenson, Arlene 93 

Sorenson, Lona Mae 73, 292 

Sorenson, Ruby J. 312 

Sorenson, Samuel Anders 143 

Sparks, Gwen 125, 289, 319 

Speed, George Franklin 95, 318 

Speed, Mary Jo 318 

Spencer, Byrce 72, 146, 147 

Spencer, Karl 125 

Spencer, Lucille 242 

Spencer, Phyllis 74 

Spencer, Vernon Rufus 126 

Spendlove, John Clifton 94 

Spendlove, Rex S. 310 

Sperry, Alan Francis 125, 214 

Sperry, Claire Elaine 240, 242, 285 

Sperry, Sidney Lyman 270, 310 

Spicer, Carol 56, 137, 242, 310, 330 

Spicer, Kathleen 92, 289 

Spillsbury P. Duane 135, 278 

Sprague, Harvey Callis 125 

Spratley, Joan 73, 266 

Springthorpe, Arvin 322 

Sprinkel, Roscoe E. 95, 273 

Sprouse, Donald Paul 93 

Sprouse, Harold 126 

Squire, LaVon P. 73, 163, 226 

Squire, Phil G. 73 

Squires, Meade 95 

Stakes, Ellen 310 

Standley, Mary E. 73, 155, 253, 258, 319 

Stanger, Elaine 125, 257, 325 

Stapley, Dwight J. 93, 199, 202. 274, 329 

Stapley, Stanley Charles 197, 202 

Stapley, Winifred 124 

Stapp, Nanette 125, 135, 168 

Stapp, Roy Evan 93, 277 

Steed, Stewart 95, 234, 293 

Steele, Duane 125 

Steele, Helen 125, 223 

Steele. Keith N. 125 

Steele, Paul Duane 73, 295 

Stenquist, Lee B. 241 

Stenquist, Neil 126 

Stephenson, Jean 125 

Steugill, Eugene 325 

Stevens, Bruce Bower, 126, 322 

Stevens, David 321 

Stevens, Grant L. 126 

Stevens, Jean 93 

Stevens, Keith 241 

Stevenson, Frank Jay 93 

Stevenson, Mitzi 73, 259, 312. 324 

Stewart, Dean Benjamin 93 

Stewart, Don O. 311 

Stewart, Douglas Hafen 125 

Stewart, Moyle Duanne 293 



349 



Stewart, Ronald 214 

Stewart, Roddie, Lt. Col. W. 189 

Stewart, Virginia 56, 240, 262 

Stewart, Wanda Vee 93, 242, 284 

Stewart, W. Clark 279 

Stockton, DeLores Bernice 126 

Stoddard, Claire Howell 94, 155, 252, 

254, 264, 322 
Stoddard, Helen June 73, 26 1 
Stoddard. Lou 93, 264, 319 
Stokes, Orpha 218, 290 
Stone, Joiee Bagley 56, 2.8 
Stone. Thayne E. 196, 197, 202 
Stores, Joy 274 

Stott, Douglas Whitaker 94, 31b 
Stott, Karl J. 125 
Stowe, Leland 188 
Stowell. Glade Earl 95, 296, 329 
Strailling, Merlin Ross 126, 329 
Stratford, Gordon J. 73 
Straw-bridge, Edwin 189 
Strieker, Marion Lucille 125, 259, cU4. 

319 
Stringfellow, Esther B. 93, 256 
Stringham, Alene 95, 290 
Stringham, Donnette 125 
Stringham, Janet 252, 264, 310 
Strong. Dallas Clyde 126 
Stuart, Darrel M. 73. 13"i 
Stubbs, Eva S. 218 
Stubbs, Kenneth Sidney 125, 146, 14,. 

277 
Stubbs, Max 250 
Stubbs, Nila 249 
Stucki, Glenna Mae 95, 291, 323 
Sturgill. Eugene Hart 125 
Sturgill, Frances Ellen 126 
Sturgill, Lois Marie 73 
Sturgis, Nelma Raye 125 
Sudekum. Karl DeMayne 124, 297 
Sudweeks, Verl Clyde 94, 233 
Sullivan. William Dennis 125 
Sumners, Robert S. 94. 312 
Sumsions, James C. 238 
Sutherland, Thelma 125 

Sutton, Claude II 125, 281 

Sutton, Marjorie 73 

Sutton, Thelma D. 240 

Swain, Ida Felice 37, 56, 149, 223, 241, 
284 

Swain, L. Lorraine 73 

Swainston. Rosa Mae 56, 242. 260 

Swallow, Doyle K. 125. 299 

Swapp, Wvlie Wilson 56, 149. 280, 332 

Swenson, David W. 42. 141, 159 

Swenson. Dawn Etta 95 

Swenson. John Carl 126 

Swenson, Letha Romney 55 

Swenson, Dr. Russell B. 175 

Sylvester, Major 147 



— T — 

Taggart, Cal Snell 271 

Taggart, Hal Snell 270 

Tangren, Joy 57, 258, 311 

Tangren. Ethel Marie 126 

Tanner. Betty Lou 126, 286 

Tanner, Bruce M. 34, 35, 78, 155, 2i9 

Tanner, June 94, 285, 325 

Tanner, Marilyn 57 

Tanner. Rose Elvira 127 

Tanner, Dr. Vascoe M. 243 

Tate, Harold A. 271 

Tate. Maxine 57. 226 

Taylor, Afton 74. 259, 313 

Tavlor. Barbara Mullen 52, 242. 262 

Taylor. Cherie 95, 320 

Tavlor, Doyle R. 243, 279 

Tavlor. Eugene E. 144. 236 

Tavlor, Floyd R. "Babe" 318 

Tavlor, Frank B. 36. 57. 157. 166. 24,^ 

274 
Taylor, Ilene 95, 242, 290 
Tavlor, Iris 57 

Tavlor, Jeannie 95, 138, 149, 264 
Tavlor. Kathleen 127, 288, 321 
Tavlor. Kent G. 127 
Taylor. Leah 95, 224, 253, 265 



Tavlor, Leigh 94 

Taylor, Lewis 127 

Taylor, Lois 95 

Taylor, Maribeth 57 

Taylor, Mary Alice 127 

Tavlor. Nancy 126, 267 

Tavlor, Nola 74, 242, 289 

Taylor, Paul 127 

Tavlor, Pauline 127 

Taylor. Robert W. 310 

Tavlor. Rulon E. 57 

Tavlor. Russell C. 127, 278 

Tavlor. Thomas S. "Tom" 95, 212, 281, 

310 
Tavlor, Verl L. 57, 248, 318 
Tavlor, Wendell 74, 278 
Taylor. Winston J. 74, 241, 250, 276 
Teenies. Carma 74. 303 
Teiehert. John A. 126, 217, 298, 330 
Telhurst. Arvil 274 
Tendstrom, Virgil 312 
Tennant, Iris 74, 307 
Terry, Elma 74, 242 
Terry. Lafe 147 
Terry, Orlyn 217 
Terry, Sheree 265 
Teslich. Mildred 127, 269, 330 
Tew. Burton Jr. 127 
Tew, Joyce 57, 284 
Tew. Milton H. 57 
Tew. Rov E. 273 
Tew, Thril W. 273 
Tevte, Maggie 190 
Th'acker, ReNee 127 
Thain, June 95, 253, 264, 305 
Thalman, Karl J. 127. 270 
Thalman, Robert D. 74 
Thatcher, Albert P. 57, 274 
Thayer, Betty Jean 74 
Thaver, Virginia 126. 331 
Theobald, Bonnie Jean 289, 323 
Theobald, Inez 127, 289, 323 
Theobald, Milton V. 127 
Theobald, Paul 214 
Theodore, William 127, 331 
Theophilus, Tsalaky 127 
Thiel. Theodore D. Jr. 208 
Thirkill, Donna Mae 57, 242, 259 
Thomander, Donna M. 126, 267, 305 
Thomas, Adrian 57. 243 
Thomas, Boyd 96, 322 
Thomas. Daniel W. 57 
Thomas, David J. 127, 275 
Thomas, Ruth 57. 286. 327 
Thomas. William J. "Bill" 322 
Thompson, Carolyn 325 
Thompson, Dorothy 127, 269 
Thompson, Douglas N. 42, 141, 233 
Thompson, Joseph Edward 127 
Thompson, Laurie Rae 95, 284, 320 
Thompson, Shirley 126, 289, 327 
Thomsen, Irene Carol 96 
Thorn. Blaine R. 127 
Thorne, Lawrence 74, 294 
Thorne, Lucile 147 
Thornley, Golda 74, 224, 257 
Thornton, Don O. 127 
Thorpe, Blair 127 
Thorstenberg, Larry 95 
Threet, Conway B. 95, 330 
Threet. Lemmie 95, 139, 312, 313, 330 
Thurber, Ross D. 127 
Thurgood, Jack J. 212 
Thurgood. Victor 214 
Tibbetts. Janice Claire 127, 265, 310 
Tidwell, Clyde Dale 57, 318 
Tidwell, Stuart J. 95, 295 
Tingey, J. Willard 96, 149, 271 
Tingey, Kenneth 95 
Tingler, Gene 74 
Tiripets, Birdean 330 
Tippetts, Joseph Eli 142, 143, 308 
Tipton, Vernon J. 243 
Titten, Beverly 127 
Tobler, Norma Lou 94 
Todd. Albert Charles Jr. 306, 309, 310, 

313 
Todd. Elaine 57, 311 
Todd, Ira Hatch 278 
Toldand, Dorian C. 127. 210, 217 
Toland, Marion Hughes 57 



Toiboe, Andrew C. 328 

Tolboe, Harold P. 74, 251, 278 

Tolman, Farrel! D. 127 

Tolman, Glen H. 292 

Tolman, Lila 292, 300 

Tolman, Ruth 127 

Tolman, Vilate 94, 285 

Tolton, John G. 126, 296, 316 

Toms. Frances Marie 268, 319 

Tootle, John C. 95, 299 

Torney, Helen M. 95, 254, 289 

Torres, Regina C. 127 

Tourel. Jennie 188 

Toutz, Irvin 329 

Tovey, Norma 127 

Townsend, Clarence M. 127, 313 

Townsend, Colleen 155 

Trattner, Rabbi Ernest 189 

Tree. Colleen 127 

Tree, Marion 95, 200, 202, 211, 272 

Tregaskis, Donald 126 

Trcgaskis, Lyle R. 36, 74, 274 

Tripp, Maurine 126 

Trvon, Leora 94 

Tucker, Carl 212 

Tucker, David 127 

Tucker, Norma 127, 266 

Tueller, Vern M. 127, 314 

Turloupis, Mary E. 124 

Turnbow, Lloyd M. 127 

Turnbow, Shirlev Mae 125, 328 

Turner, Clair G. 127 

Turner, Ella Ruth 127 

Turner, Frank Paul 36, 95, 274 

Turner, Rodney F. 127 

Tuttle, Gwen 74, 260 

Tuttle, Ray 57 

Tvler, Jane 95 

Tvndall. Clarence 326 



— u — 

Udall, Ada Vee 96 

Udall, Janet 96. 284, 329 

Undhjem, Kent M. 58, 213, 294, 327 

Uniee, Charles J. 243, 277 

Unice, Robert Charles 96 

Ure, Beverly 127, 244 

Ursenbach, Carmen 126, 321 

Ursenbach, Lucile 127 

Ursenbach, Wayne 58 



Valeboe, Eugene Roy 127 

Van Buren, Gertrude Ann 291 

Van Dyke, Allan Dale 294, 324 

Van Wagenen, Richard 96 

Van Wagoner, Anita 96 

Verge, Clair 234 

Vernon, Betty June 127 

Vernon, Dean Lamar 127 

Vickers, Gene C. 96 

Viehweg, Ross 96 

Yiklund. Lucy May 96 

Virgin, Doris 291 

Voightlander, George Fred 74, 331 



— w — 

Waddoups, Elaine 75, 249, 258 
Waddoups, Zola Marie 129 
Wade, Clive S. 76, 137, 276, 310 
Wadlev. Marcia 127 
Wagner. Elizabeth 128, 220 
Wagner, Florence 128 
Wagner, John Dilworth 129 
Wagstaff, Bert W. 97, 281 
Wagstaff, Donna Mae 128 
Wagstaff. LuDeane 76 
Wamwright, Paul 130, 235, 316 
Waite, Kay I. 130 
Waite, Willis D. 58, 144, 282 
Wakefiield, Anna 23 
Wakefield. Calvin 303 
Walker. Brady 203. 204. 214 
Walker. Brent 97, 274 



350 



Walker, DeVere E. 129 

Walker, Elma Maurine 129 

Walker, Glen 129, 321 

Walker, Myron 128 

Walker, Norma 128 

Walker, Stanley 75 

Walker, Vivian 129 

Wall, Andrew J. 75 

Wall, Berna 129, 288 

Wall, Helena 244 

Wall, Ruth 97, 291, 316 

Wallace, Glenna 75, 285 

Wallace, Howard R. 128 

Wallace, Melbronoe 326 

Wallis, Jack R. 129, 328 

Walser, Lucile 97, 224, 318 

Walsh, Bertie Del 97, 289, 305 

Walters, Bob Alexander 129 

Walton, J. Richard 250, 272 

Wankier, Maynard 96 

Ward, Abbot 328 

Ward, Corey 128, 129 

Wardle, Byron R. 98 

Wardle, Clyde 97 

Wardle, Phyllis 97, 307, 327 

Ware, Iona Anderson 128 

Ware, Jack A. 97 

Waring, Gordon 127 

Warner, Helen Lynn 97, 219, 221, 224, 

■226, 261 
Warner, Mont M. 232 
Warner, Pearl 129, 288 
Warner, Robert C. 129, 320 
Warner, Ruth 128 
Warner, Sulvia Jane 127 
Warnick, Effie 240 
Warr, Margie 97, 289 
Warren, Leonard 189 
Wasden, Blaine J. 129, 235, 296, 323 
Washburn, Le Berk 235 
Watanabe, Boris 298 
Watanabe, Tsugio 129 
Watkins, Francis 188 
Watson, Gayle 314 
Watson, Glenna 129, 256 
Watts, V. Deanne 127 
Wayman, Lynette 129, 263 
Wayman, Reid L. 276, 296 
Weaver, D. L. 97 
Weaver, Don Mark 97, 140, 146, 149, 

246, 296 
Weaver, June 76 
Weaver, Van R. 129 
Webb, Allen Kurt 98 
Webb, Barbara 97, 253, 264, 322 
Webb, Colleen 96 
Weber, Merrill 128, 251 
Weber, Winslow B. 129 
Webster, Grant G. 128 
Weech, Wayne Bryce 76, 293, 329 
Weeks, Ella Beth 97 
Weeks, Otis 328 
Weeks, Stanley 128 
Weight, Joe 96, 203, 204 
Weiser, David Allen 129 
Welker, Adam V. 97 
Welling, Carolvn 140 
Wells, Ruth Jane 128, 312 
Wells, Wilda 97 

Welsch, Barbara Pauline 75, 137, 284 
Wengreen, Jesse B. 129 
West, Franklin L. 21 
West, Josephine 58, 221, 223, 284, 305 
West, Merna D. 76 
West, Walter 97 
Western, Harold Floyd 129 
Western, Melba 97, 257 
Western, Sally 290, 300 
Westover, Darrell J. 58 
Westover, Ross 97, 329 
Westover, Ray D. 129 
Whatcott, Harold J. 128 
Whatcott, Helen S. 75, 259 
Wheadon, Geraldine 129 
Wheatley, Lester C. 97, 280 
Wheaton, Victor 98 
Wheeler, Ireta 313 
Wheeler, Leslie A. 76, 137, 313 
Wheelwright, Ann 76, 259, 283 
Wheelwright, Earl 129, 327 
Wheelwright, McKell 129, 322 



Wheelwright, Roland 129, 275, 324 
Wheelwright, Thomas Pearse "Tommy" 

135, 232, 236, 237 
Wheelwright, Worth P. 98, 232, 324 
Whipple, Blaine 129 
Whipple, Jack Davis 203, 206 
Whitaker, John 295, 312 
Whitaker, Tom 295 
White, Bonita M. 97, 145 
White, Carol Ann 75 
White, Fred G. 128 
White, Geraldine 96 
White, Idella 58, 240, 244 
White, Joseph B. Jr."Joe" 129 
White, Melva E. 330 
White, Phyllis Anne 268 
White, Wilford 215 
Whitehead, Richard O. 128 
Whitehead, Stephen O. 128 
Whiteley, John 129, 310 
Whiteley, J. Reed 97 
Whitesides, Caroline 58, 258 
Whiting, J. Gary 198, 199, 202 
Whiting, Jane 127 
Whiting, Joyce 60, 76, 151, 163, 249, 

258 312 
Whiting, Stewart 75 
Whitney, Homer R. 98 
Whitney, Jock Fred 36, 75, 201 
Whitney, Katheryn 75 
Whitney, Keith L. 76, 140 
Whitney, Samuel J. 129 
Whittaker, Loyal M. "Bob" 129, 135, 

138, 237 
Whittaker, Virginia 286 
Whitton, Marge 97 
Whitworth, Ray 325 
Whyte, Arthur W. 129 
Wickes, Harry E. 129 
Widdison, Elma 96, 284, 316 
Widdison, Leda Jean 57, 284 
Widdison, Merril J. 97 
Widdison, Rulon 129 
Widtsoe, John A. 21 
Weist, Walter 36, 75, 232, 233, 248, 279, 

294, 306, 309, 327 
Wilcox, Blaine 75, 281 
Wilcox, Calvin 129, 299, 319 
Wilcox, Louise 129 
Wilcox, Marilyn 129 
Wilde, Delta 75, 222, 289, 330 
Wilding, Malcolm 75, 293 
Wilding, Margaret 290 
Wilkins, Ernest J. 58, 233, 329 
Wilkins, Kirk C. 75, 144, 146, 276,328 
Wilkinson, Ernest 271 
Wilkinson, Marian 78, 97, 254 
Willardson, Erlene 129 
Willardson, Lynn 129 
Willardson, Robert K. 97 
Willden, Joy 129, 287, 312 
Willey, Alma A. 97, 315 
Williams, Ariel 129 
Williams, Boyd G. 97 
Williams, Byron C. 97, 210, 325, 326 
Williams, Clara 75 
Williams, Dwavne A. 129, 329 
Williams, Elaine 97, 253, 262, 316 
Williams, Glenda 97, 220, 222, 291 
Williams, James Kenneth 76 
Williams, Hanna W. 144 
Williams, Helen 96, 269, 331 
Williams, Kathryn 128, 289, 330 
Williams, Max 128, 302 
Williams, Ramon 130 
Williams, Spence 330 
Willis, Luana 97 
Willis, Thurman 299 
Wilson, Bernece 127 
Wilson, Bonnie 263 
Wilson, David 328 
Wilson, Eula Mae 129 
Wilson, Gavle 127 
Wilson, Guv Elden 129 
Wilson, Jack 276 
Wilson, Joyce 75, 287 
Wilson, Keith L. 97, 210 
Wilson, Lorraine 75 
Wilson, Margaret 33, 31. 35, 58, 240, 

249, 266 
Wilson, Margaret A. 75 



Wilson, Rita Ann 128 

Wilson, Ula 287 

Wiltsey, Raymond 98, 237 

Wimber, Evan D. 143 

Winebrenner, Jean 96, 253, 259 

Winegar, James 129 

Winegar, Leone 37, 75, 151, 219, 220, 

221, 223, 226, 240, 256 
Wing, David 321 
Wing, John 278 
Wing, Margaret 76, 163, 264 
Winkler, Nella Jane 128, 303 
Winn, Jack 214 
Winn, Loreli 283 
Winsor, Galen 127, 235 
Winsor, W. Kenneth 98, 294, 312 
Winterrose, Geneva 97, 269 
Winters, Joseph W. 203 
Winterton, Boyd W. 38, 58, 241, 248, 

271, 329 
Winterton, James R. "Jim" 36, 74, 163 
Wirig, Frank H. 128, 299, 330 
Wirig, Gordon 330 
Wiscombe, Arthur C. 96, 298, 328 
Wiscombe, Howard O. 276, 328 
Witbeck, Carol 306, 316 
Wittwer, LeNore 75, 286 
Wixon, Franklin Don 75, 296 
Woffinden, Helen 98 
Wolff, Ernst 189 
Wolfley, Earl Scott 129 
Wollaston, Irene 96, 291, 307 
Wolsey, Heber 42, 147 
Wood, Byron Ray 129 
Wood, Elaine 57, 258 
Wood, Margaret 97 
Woodard, Douglas P. 76, 293, 306, 316 
Woodbury, Edward 128 
Woodbury, Grant 97, 323 
Woodfield, Floyd J. 75, 139, 234 
Woodland, Melvin C. 58 
Woolley, Evan K. 136, 276, 337 
Woolley, Fay 97, 312 
Woolley, Quentin 129, 277 
Woolston, Geneva A. 129 
Worsencroft, Leland 128 
Worthen, Howard G. 58 
Worthington, Helen 75 
Worthington, Joy 128 
Worthington, Tom 213 
Worthlin, Bill D. 74, 241, 294 
Wright, Dean H. 130 
Wright, Gordon 149, 233 
Wright, Ivan Dee 96, 323 
Wright, John F. 128 
Wright, Patt 277 
Wright, Robert W. 129 
Wyatt, Dale 310 
Wyatt, Grant 129 
Wynder, Frank Curtis 128, 276, 321 
Wynn, Ross 129 
Wyss, Bettv Lou 128 
Yarn, David 232, 292 
Yarn, Marilyn S. 58, 135, 145, 246. 292 
Yost, Nelda 130, 325 
Young, Byron Dee 76, 139, 214, 295 
Young, Calvin W. 98, 319 
Young, Dorothy 98 
Young', James Ira 58, 135, 136, 232, 

248, 292 
■ Young, Josephine 98, 286, 312 
Young, Kay A. 32, 34, 35, 38, 58, 195, 

241, 248, 293, 327 
Young, Margaret Lee 58, 287, 326 
Young, Marva 292 
Young, Moylen 130 
Young, S. McFarlane 130 
Young, Wilford L. 58 



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Zabriskie, Beth 98, 252, 254, 267 

Zabriskie, Donna E. 58 

Zabriskie, Walter E. 213 

Zion, William Lee 130 

Zinck, Helen 130, 256 

Zundel, Elizabeth "Libby" 149, 244, 258, 

283 
Zundel, Kathleen 244, 259 



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