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THE SONG 
HAS 
ENDED . . 



The much debated question of social 
units to be or not to be, which had been 
so reverently discussed in Spring 1961, 
was quietly resolved Fall semester or 
1961 when Elder Howard W. Hunter 
announced the decision of the Board of 
Trustees and First Presidency of the 
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day 





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Saints to terminate social units after this 
year. The units could continue their ac- 
tivities, minus rush and assemblies, for 
one last season, although service units 
and organizations on campus were pro- 
moted to fill any void made by the dis- 
appearance of the fraternity-type groups. 






The Brigham Young University Varsity Scholars won over University of Wyoming on the national General Electric T.V. College Bowl.. 




COLLEGE BOWL, 
"GRASSCUTTER" 
ELATED BYU 

Several student activities caught up the 
entire studentbody with their spontan- 
ity and national interest. Cougars Days, 
inaugurated for the first time, was cov- 
ered by Life Magazine photographers 
and featured on a two-page spread in 
an early November issue. National in- 
terest was again focused on campus 
when BYU's Varsity Scholars marched 
through four wins on the G.E. College 
Bowl to finally be defeated by DePauw 
University of Greencastle, Indiana. 
Team members included Todd Britsch, 
Dave Stone, Jojean Loflin, and Bob Des- 
pain. The campus produced movie "The 
Great Grasscutter" gained statewide at- 
tention when the world premier was 
held in the Smith Fieldhouse. And fin- 
ally, studentbody elections garnered the 
spotlight especially when Daily Universe 
Editor Paul Richards chose to back one 
candidate for president over another. 
When he resigned to protest the Pub- 
lication Board's censure, the A. P. wire 
service picked up the local story and 
sent it across the United States. _ 

College Bowl team members were greeted at 
the Provo airport upon their return from New 
York after losing to DuPaux University on their 
fifth and final try. Student office seekers gath- 
ered in 1201 Smith Family Living Center to 
learn the results of the primary election. 




Culture veep Terry O'Brien emceed the world premier of the "Great Grasseutter" while vampy coeds awaited the arrival of the lead male stars. Fur- 
ry spectators anticipated the anxiously awaited troupe to make an appearance before the movie was shown inside. Spodights and old cars attracted 
thousands of students to the colorful spectacular. 



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Rain, sleet, and snow often plagued the students as they scampered 
across campus to classes. The weather was so unpredictable that many 
students were caught without proper weather gear or with too much. 



The advent of Cougar Days saw the school obtain a live cougar for a 
mascot in addition to the Cosmo suited mascot. Also during the Montana 
football game, a young lion cub was befriended by Cosmo. 







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A boy and a girl let the warmth of the autumn 
sun and the color of the leaves carry the mes- 
sage that burned within to the other. Solitude 
in the cool shade of a lacey frame surrounded 
her as she retraced her steps up the hill from 
lower campus. 

Color by Wallace M. Barrus) 



CAMPUS OFFERED SOLITUDE 
TO INQUIRING HEARTS, MINDS 





COSMOPOLITAN 
STUDENTBODY 
CREATED FUN 



Students converged on campus in the 
Fall from all parts of the world and all 
walks of life. They discovered college 
to be a many-faceted experience. Al- 
though studies consumed much of their 
time, they still found hours to devote 
to rounding out their education with 
non-academic study. For culture they 
had the latest sports magazines, fashion 
news, and child care manuals, and for 
exercise they had water fights, pillow 
fights, and snowball fights. 
They made frequent trips to the library 
and occasionally braved the elements to 
venture to forums and devotionals. 
Sports meets, particularly basketball, en- 
ticed them to the stadium and fieldhouse. 
Studentbody elections stirred up enough 
emotion to motivate over 6,000 voters 
to cast their preferences for student gov- 
ernment representatives. 
Married students watched the rising 
spires of the new housing project as 
work pushed the buildings toward com- 
pletion by September of '62. Unmarried 
students enjoyed the less responsible an- 
tics which were constantly carried on 
in both dorms and off-campus facilities. 
Diligently they tackled the problems of 
securing a date with their ready-refer- 
ence student directory and Banyan close 
at hand. For casual dates, the parade 
of Provo restaurants included recently 
opened J.B.'s, which hungry Southern 
Californians especially hailed with de- 
light and which quickly acquired a 
staunch following, but for more formal 
occasions, trips to Salt Lake were fre- 
quently on the agenda. Perhaps the most 
popular new place to take a date, how- 
ever, became the much discussed library. 
Positions in organizations and jobs to 
augment finances finished filling any 
spare hours students might have left. 




Leadership Committee, Blaine Seamons, Jan 
Lundgren, Jeanne Merrill, Bob Standing, Susan 
Fields, and Chairman Lowell Benson, planned 
activities. 



Tables laden with delacacies tempted the tongue 
and will power of leadership delegates. Food and 
calories unlimited expanded wastlines and caus- 
ed a stampede to the dining hall at mealtimes. 



Charlene Johnson and David Jacobs reverted to 
their childhood for a novelty number during the 
entertainment presented by the Program Bureau. 



JACKSON HOLE 

BECKONED 

FALL CONFAB 



Studentbody leaders "Destined for 
Greatness" assembled for a three-day 
pre-school conference at Jackson Hole, 
Wyoming to plan activities for the com- 
ing year. Official visitor, Elder Howard 
W. Hunter of the Quorum of Twelve 
Apostles, delivered an inspirational mes- 
sage and announced the decision of the 
First Presidency and Twelve Apostles to 
discontinue social units in June 1962. 

Freshman students arrived a week be- 
fore registration to become orientated to 
the vicissitudes of college living. Place- 
ment tests, lengthy lectures, and social 
mixers exhausted these early arrivers. 
Returning students joined them in the 
hassel and confusion of registration — 
closed classes, group-fillers, unexpected 
prerequisites. That first hectic week of 
classes was also filled with Hello Week 
activities. Highlighting this week, the 
traditional assembly produced the usual 
amount of California exuberance and 
Utah retaliation. Chairman Jim Beatse 
planned events to acquaint the students. 



Student leaders from over 250 organizations 
converged in the lobby of the spacious Jackson 
Hole Ledge to generate enthusiasm for the 
coming school year's plans. 

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Students waited their turn to pick up their registration packets while others ahead of them were receiving direction and information from their advisers. 



CLASS CARDS 

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OVER 11,000 
REGISTERED 
IN THE FALL 



During Fall Semester registration over 
11,200 students processed through the 
two day affair. During Spring Semester 
nearly 10,700 students completed regis- 
tration procedures. In order to keep reg- 
istration operating smoothly, the George 
Albert Smith Fieldhouse was roped and 
channeled to keep students going in the 
right direction. Registration aids were 
planted along the route to remind stu- 
dents of the procedure to be followed. 
Batteries of cash registers, advisers, class 
cards, and forms met the students as 
they journeyed through the fieldhouse. 
To add to the frustration of the students 
who registered the last day during the 
last hours, the large board which report- 
ed classes which had been filled was 
completely full. As they muddled 
through the catalogue looking for a new 
schedule, a voice came over the speaking 
system suggesting that you could register 
for Evening School classes. 



Students crowded around the advisers* tables 
seeking help in making up a satisfactory class 
schedule and college program. 



Students used the thousands of chairs placed 
throughout the fieldhouse to advantage in fill- 
ing out myriads of forms during registration. 




When Geri Van Dam filled these balloons which were used to inaugurate the first Cougar Days, she must have blown too hard for they blew past cam- 
pus when they were dropped from airplanes over the main quad. Life photographers and Cougar Days committeemen were last seen going north. 



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Cougar Days was complete with a studentbody Campus units sponsored a carnival in the field- Cougar hunter Oscar Hansen caught this caged 
assembly featuring a talented "sack" violinist. house, featuring a beam high ferris wheel. Cougar especially for the initial Cougar Days. 



COUGAR DAYS 

A NEW IDEA 

IN BYU SPIRIT 



October 6 and 7 meant Cougar Days at 
B.Y.U. and the coordinator of affairs was 
Jim Bean. The feature event was a real, 
live snarling mountain cat. For Cougar 
Days the studentbody executive council 
went into the mountains east of campus 
and snared a sleek, 175-pound cougar 
for his new role as mascot. The hunt was 
part of a two day pep campaign fashion- 
ed by veeps George Mangan and Del 
Faddis to build school spirit. Oscar Han- 
sen of Provo, a professional cougar hunt- 
ter recommended by the Utah State Fish 
and Game, was called in to supervise 
the hunt (and furnish a live cougar). 
The Sportsmen were given charge to 
house the frisky feline. The caged cougar 
made its first debut at the Friday bonfire 
rally behind Helaman Halls. Elder Boyd 
Packer spoke about the "spirit of the Y" 
and football coach Hal Mitchell related 
some experiences when he played for 
UCLA. The rally was followed by a 
dance, carnival, and songfest all held at 
the same time in the fieldhouse. Satur- 
day, wards and organizations competed 
in stadium games and the finale to Cou- 
gar Days — a football victory over the 
University of Montana. 



With torch in hand, Cosmo stood for the em- 
bodiment of spirit generated by Cougar Days. 



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Cosmo Cougar performed the task of igniting 
the bonfire that lighted the Cougar Days rally. 







'BEST YEARS' 
HIGHLIGHTED 
HOMECOMING 



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"Our Best Years Unfurl" was the theme 
of 1961 Homecoming. Weeks of feverish 
preparation and anticipation culminated 
with the selection of a queen. The assem- 
bly reviewed the successes and growth 
of past years as observed by Y Moun- 
tain. After much ceremony and song, 
Queen Julie was crowned by her father. 
After a sleepless night of fervid float 
building, Saturday morning saw hun- 
dreds of near-frozen spectators huddled 
along the streets of Provo as efforts of 



housing, social, and service units passed 
in review. Even losing the homecoming 
football game failed to daunt the spirits 
of celebrating students and alumni. That 
evening Les Brown and his band took 
them on a "Sentimental Journey." 



Awareness . . . readiness mixed with 
anticipation as the Cougar football 
bench watched the game's progres. 
sion, eager to join the attack! 





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Sherrill Benzley, active in 
student affairs as a senior 
class senator and treasurer of 
Azyan Tzata, added her 
poise to the trio which 
gracefully reigned over ac- 
tivities and football game. 
She was co-sponsored by 
Arizona Club and Azyan 
Tzata. 



aralyn Griffith, a senior 
physical education and 
speech major and sponsored 
by Tau Sigma social unit, 
was head varsity flag twirler 
and social chairman of Cami 
Los. 



Presiding over the Home- 
coming activities this year 
was Julie Bagley, an enthus- 
iastic and friendly queen. A 
junior from Star Valley, Wy- 
oming, Julie was president 
of VaJ Norn social unit and 
varsity song leader. Julie, a 
composite English, journal- 
ism and speech major, was 
sponsored Dy Val Noms. 



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"The dawn of our best years," a golden display 
which glittered vividly at night, won the housing 
sweepstakes award for Broadbent Hall. 




Homecoming royalty graced the traditional Alumni 
Association float, which was constructed of white 
netting, satin, and gold foil. 






Alcyone, Nautilus, and Val Hyric social units combined efforts to capture the coveted sweepstakes trophies in float division. 





South African expert Robert St. John evoked 
controversy by his lecture on current political 
conditions in the Dark Continent. 



What does the rest of the world think about 
America? Alistaire Cooke commented that most 
of the world's opinions were formed from 
Hollywood movies exported abroad. 





STUDENTS 

ALSO THRONGED 

TO FORUMS 



From a world in which all eyes anxiously 
turn toward the small explosions in Viet 
Nam, Berlin, Africa and Cuba, fearful 
lest a chain reaction ignited by ideo- 
logical differences girdle and consume 
the globe, emerge a few giants. Some of 
these individuals came to share their 
wisdom and humor with us as a part of 
this year's forum assembly program. 



The last of the royal Hapsburgs, Archduke 
Otto, who is now in exile from Austria, reported 
his activities as a freedom fighter. 



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BYU STUDENTS 
BROADENED 

WPOINTS 

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Contemporaries in an era of jets, rocket 
ships, satellites, space exploration and 
feats out of science fiction, the forum 
speakers proved that thought was still 
the fastest means < f travel known to 
mortal man. Anthropologist Margaret 
Meade discussed die communication bar- 
riers produced between the younger gen- 
eration raised entirely in this space age 
and the older generation trying to ad- 
just to it. Men like Edward Teller, Fath- 
er of the Atom Bomb, and Gene Greg- 
ory, editor of the only English-language 
daily newspaper 'in Vietnam, projected 
the students through time and space to 
areas of crucial importance and signifi- 
cance. Foreign correspondent Ernest 
Kehr of the New York Herald-Tribune 
presented accounts of the African, Cu- 
ban, and Berlin situations. Dr. David 
Mace described Soviet homelife, while 
Edward Tomlinson called South Ameri- 
can cities "beachheads of modern civ- 
ilization." The programs provided light- 
er sides, too, as Dr. Frank Baxter, Og- 
den Nash, Thomas Mitchell, and other 
authors and actors offered amusement 
and escape to study-weary students. 



Purple-cow poet Ogden Nash recited a poetic biography of his life. 



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Dr. Edward Teller, noted for being the 
Father of the Atom Bomb, discussed the legacy 
of Hiroshima and its implications. 




Academy award winner, Thomas Mitchell, in an animated discussion expressed his belief that the hope of 
the acting profession is to be found in the college theater. 



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Interest in forums often sagged from enthusiasm to apathy. 





COUGAR COEDS 



FAVORITE MEN 



One of the highlights of the AWS Women's Week, was 
the fashion show held in Smith Family Living Center. 



The Associated Women Students formu- 
lated the plans whereby campus coeds 
were to cast a ballot to elect the most 
preferred male on campus, in addition 
to preferring that special one in mind to 
take her to the Preference Ball. In order 
to facilitate the horde of girls that wished 
to prefer and to make it fair in case sev- 
eral preferred the same fellow, each girl 
was required to draw for a specific pref- 
erence time. The following week they 
were asked to make their choice at that 
time. When the inevitable happened, 
two girls preferring the same man, the 
girl with the earliest time won the fel- 
low. Often the longest wait seemed to 
be waiting for the preferred date to call 
and reaffirm that he had accepted the 
invitation. AWS members inherited the 
chore of separating the preference bal- 
lots and filling in the invitations. In 
order to help the men of campus keep 
their attention focused on the coeds dur- 
ing this critical time, AWS sponsored 
several feminine activities, which, al- 
though they excluded male participation, 
taught the feminines the art of being a 
woman. A fashion show featuring cam- 
pus wear started off the week. A very 
special bridal arts show was also in- 
cluded during the week. On Friday 
morning, a special studentbody assembly 
was presented. That evening in five 
halls located on and off campus, the Pre- 
erence Ball was held. Most Preferred 
Man Pat Brian and his court of eleven 
attendants were introduced during the 
several intermissions. After the Ball, co- 
eds treated their dates to a midnight 
dinner or refreshments at a group party 
in their dorm apartments or at a restau- 
rant. Despite the trapped feeling by the 
men, the coeds did put on a great show. 






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Student performers appeared on the Women's Week assembly Friday morning in the fieldhouse to give students a display of color, music, and dance. 
Coeds lined up early in the morning in order to be first to make their choice. 





A special bridal arts program was presented in which coeds 
heard a speech on eternal marriage and saw bridal fashions. 



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Henry Heilesen 



Lowell Benson 



Jim Olson 



Gary Heiner 




Don Wright 



Del Faddis 



Clayne Robison 



Terry O'Brien 




Jerry Callister 



David Jacobs 



David Hoopes 



Norm Nielsen 






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MAN 

MOST 

PREFERRED 

Pat Brian, a College of South- 
em Utah transfer, garnered the 
most coed votes to become pre- 
ferred man. Pat was a senior 
resident in Helaman Halls and 
is from Loa. Utah. 





(Photo by Wallace M. Barms) 



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Capitol recording stars, the Four Freshmen, played and sang then- 
way through a varied program of harmony and jazz before an en- 
thusiastic audience in the George Albert Smith Fieldhouse. 



World-famous Canadian soprano Lois Marshall sang selections 
from Brahms, Purcell, Schumann, Puccini, Duparc, and Strauss, 
in addition to a series of folk tunes when she appeared in concert. 



Pianist Geza Anda thrilled the audience which attended this Com- 
munity Concert event with his mastery of the keyboard. 
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Antonio Janigro conductor and cello soloist, appeared on the lyceum 
series through the auspices of Hurok Attractions in New York City. 



Former BYU faculty member Carl Fuerstner accompanied tenor Richard 
Lewis as he performed a program of classic and contemporary numbers. 



WORLD-FAMOUS 

MUSICIANS 

PERFORMED AT Y 



Organist Piet Kee inaugurated the BYU- 
Community Concert series in the Joseph 
Smith Auditorium. Some of the world's 
greatest talent was brought to the uni- 
versity campus under the direction of 
Dr. Herald R. Clark. Ranging from the 
works of 17th century composers to the 
tin pan alley of off-beat Broadway, ren- 
ditions displayed the mastery and finesse 
of the artists who performed. The artist- 
ry of Polish-bom violinist Henryk Szer- 
yng as well as the vocal strains of the 
Four Freshmen added to the varied 
musical season provided by the lyceum 
series. Probably the greatest benefit en- 
joyed by the performers and the audi- 
ence alike was the interchange of under- 
standing through the medium of music. 







Though they did not travel as fas as other performers on the BYU-Community Concert series, 
the Utah Symphony conducted by Maurice Abravanel proved to be the most popular perform- 
ing group. They gave two concerts — one on a forum assembly and one in the evening. 

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CHURCH MEN 
ADMONISHED 
GOSPEL TRUTHS 



When the Daily Universe announced 
the weekly devotional speaker, students 
and faculty members usually made it a 
point to be in Smith Fieldhouse at the 
appointed time. Campus music groups 
very often combined their talents with 
the inspirational thoughts of the General 
Authorities to give the studentbody an 
inspirational hour in the middle of the 
week. Audiences varied during the year 
from 5,000 persons to nearly 8,000. The 
one exception was when President 
David O. McKay appeared before the 
jam-packed fieldhouse of over 10,000 
persons. The strains of "We Thank 
Thee, O God, For a Prophet" filled the 
air as the beloved leader walked to his 
place at the head of the congregation. 
Reverent ears listened intently to his 
message. And in part the Biblical in- 
junction fulfilled . . . for in the tops of 
the mountains the word of the Lord was 
taught and treasured by those who had 
come from around the world to listen to 
the Prophet of the Lord and his duly or- 
dained servants. 



Elder Mark E. Petersen of the Quorum of the Twelve exchanged greet- 
ings with many of those attending the Wednesday devotionals. 



Elder LeGrand Richards spoke about the "marvelous work and a won- 
der to which he has devoted the greater part of his life as a member of 
the Quorum of the Twelve in the Church. 



Students gathered around devotional speaker Elder Alma Sonne to shake 
his hand and to be near one who was so close to the Lord. 








s a member of the Quorum of the Twelve, Elder Spencer W. Kimb; 
admonished his listeners to live the truths of the gospel. 





Elder Henry D. Moyle of the First Presidency delivered an inspiring 
message to students and faculty members at the weekly devotional. 



Elder and scriptorian Joseph Fielding Smith, President of the Quorum 
of the Twelve, warmly greeted students after his devotional address. 




Glittering jewel-like in the dark, the library beckoned students, who rode, pedaled, and strolled to this harbor of knowledge. 




A QUIET PAUSE 



Brainpower was demanded through an increasing 
academic emphasis dominating the campus. Even 
lunch and dinner hours were utilized for that 
last bit of cramming prior to a big test or for fin- 
ishing up overdue research papers and notebooks. 

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BUSY MINDS 



Lingering in cool, quiet corners of cam- 
pus or pouring over books and notes in 
the library, students congregated in 
pleasant places to absorb both know- 
ledge and companionship. Gregarious 
by nature, they collected outside during 
the rare interludes of warm weather 
which encased an extremely snowy win- 
ter, and during stormy spells, sought ref- 
uge inside. Studies over, students took 
advantage of the many social and recre- 
ational activities sponsored by various 
campus organizations. Wednesday after- 
noon mat dances, which often featured 
live bands, provided a welcome break in 
the weekly class and study routine. Eve- 
ning lyceums and after-game dances also 
proved to be enjoyable, easy-on-the- 
empty-pocketbook entertainment. 




Warm sun and an inviting campus lured the lawn- 
ology majors from cover of coats and scarves to 
take their labs in the great outdoors. 



Boy meets girl was a frequently reenacted saga 
during the year. MIA, dances, parties, and a whirl 
of other social functions provided ample oppor- 
tunity for couples to get acquainted. 





Blaine Quamstrom and Dagny Johnson jitterbug during the Belle of the Y dance contest. 



Karla Toland reflected pensively during one of the rare moments of relaxation. 



Ellen Croff twirled off the arm of her dance partner during the dance contest 



Donna Hilton smiled her approval after being crowned first attendant to Belle Sally Hale. 
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Y BELLE TITLE 

SOUGHT AFTER 

BY 32 WOMEN 



"Bella ad Infinitum" or "Beauty Ever- 
lasting" was the theme of the Intercol- 
legiate Knight-Y Calcares sponsored 
Belle of the Y Week. Campus coeds vied 
for the ideal woman of campus title by 
participating in several rigorous con- 
tests. Previous to the week's activities, 
contestants were judged on beauty, 
poise, and personality. On Monday, 
Donna Hilton won the cake bake con- 
test with a piano shaped entry. Tuesday, 
Sally Hale won the physical fitness con- 
test while Karla Toland captured the 
skills contest. Wednesday, Donna Hil- 
ton waltzed, cha-chaed, and fox trotted 
her way to the dance title. Thursday, 
Sally Hale won the talent contest and 
Donna Hilton won the culture contest. 
Friday, the studentbody voted on the 
eight finalists. The suspense grew until 
the Intercollegiate Knights formed the 
initials of the winner on the side of Y 
mountain with flaming torches before 
the dance, and Sally Hale was acclaimed 
the winner and ideal girl of B Y U for 
1961-62. Donna Hilton was first attend- 
ant and Karla Toland second attendant. 
Ken Skousen headed the week's events 
as chairman with Ron Hales acting as 
business manager. 



Karla Toland asks Terry O'Brien "Is it a 
crime?" on the Belle of the Y assembly. Sally 
Hale rendered a dramatic reading which won 
her the talent contest's points. 




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BELLE OF THE Y ROYALTY 



Sally Hale of Glendale, Cali- 
fornia captured the Belle of the 
Y title during an activity-filled 
week of competition. Sally 
placed first in the physical fit- 
ness and talent contests. Sally 
was also Val Hyric Sweetheart, 
a member of Cami Los, and 
active in the program bureau. 
She knew that she had won 
when Intercollegiate Knights 
formed her initials beside the 
block Y on the mountain. 



First attendant to Belle of the 
Y was Donna Hilton of Albu- 
querque, New Mexico. During 
the week of activities, Donna 
won the cake, dance, and cul- 
ture contests. Donna was an 
active member of Tokalon So- 
cial Unit in addition to serving 
as National I.K. Queen. 



Karla Toland captured first 
place in the crafts and skills 
contest and became second at- 
tendant to Belle Sally. Karla 
was a regular performer with 
the program bureau in solo and 
trio acts. She was from Salt 
Lake City, Utah. 




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SWISS HOLIDAY 
ENCOURAGED 
ALPINE SPORTS 



Snow Carnival was themed "Holiday in 
Switzerland." After the weatherman 
caused the postponement of the nordic 
events for several weeks, he finally let 
the snow fly and Snow Carnival was in 
full swing. Snow king and queen con- 
testants shooshed and mamboed down 
the ski slopes at Timp Haven and sliced 
and slid across the ice at Vivian Park to 
vie for top honors. Len Pugh and Lin- 
da Tolliver won the Snow King and 
Snow Queen titles. Brent Sperry and 
Linda Christensen were first attendants 
with Skip Brooks and Heather White as 
second attendants to the king and 
queen. Organizations' broom-carrying 
teams clashed on the ice in rugged com- 
petition attempting to win the hockey 
title. The Snow Carnival assembly was 
written and produced by Klair Bybee. 
"Abominable Bill, the Teenagers 
Thrill" shook his way into the hearts of 
the audience as the plot unfolded. Or- 
ganizations did not respond wholeheart- 
edly in the snow sculpture contest. How- 
ever, Brigadiers took the trophy for 
their timely snow astronaut landing in 
the Swiss Alps. A special attraction of 
the carnival was the appearance of Ma- 
vis Rivers and the Lettermen in concert. 
A doll house-sized Swiss chalet was 
auctioned to the highest bidder. The 
snow week also included a dance after 
a basketball game in the east gym. Jim 
Mitchell was chairman of the event. 




Snow Carnival royalty were introduced at half- 
time during a basketball game. Linda Tolliver, 
Len Pugh, Heather White, and Skip Brooks 
were selected over other contestants. At Timp 
Haven skiiers competed for supremacy trophies 
in the downhill and slalom. 



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Broomball hockey games evoked enjoyment for 
teams. When the snow finally came, Brig- 
adiers' astronaut won the sculpture trophy. 



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Queen of the 1962 Winter Car- 
nival was Linda Toliver from 
Idaho Falls, Idaho. With ski 
experience from Sun Valley 
and the BYU ski program, she 
showed exceptional skill and 
grace in the competition. Linda 
was a junior Instruction major 
in the College of Education. 
She was also a member of the 
Tokalon Social Unit. 



King of the 1962 Winter Car- 
nival was Len Pugh of Provo, 
Utah. Len showed exceptional 
skill and form in the skating 
competition. Contestants for 
Carnival King and Queen were 
judged on personality and pres- 
ence at a ski fashion show 
along with either skiing or 
skating ability. 



Brent Sperry was the 1st run- 
nerup in the Carnival King roy- 
alty. Competing in skiing, he 
executed stylish christy turns 
with championship form. He 
placed second in the Class A. 
Downhill. Brent was a member 
of the Goldbricker Social Unit 
and was vice president elect of 
the Senior Class. 



Freshman Lynne Christensen 
skiied her way down the 
slopes of Timp Haven to cap- 
ture 1st attendant title next to 
Queen Linda. Lynne listed her 
favorite activities as skiing, 
skating, and swimming. She 
was from Grace, Idaho and 
was enrolled in the General 
College anticipating perhaps an 
art major. She was a member 
of Sportswomen. 



Canadian Heather White skat- 
ed her way to victory as 2nd 
attendant to the Carnival 
Queen. Heather started ice 
skating when she was only 
eight years old. She was from 
Saulte Ste. Marie, Ontario. 



A member of the Sportsmen, 
Tanfield "Skip" Brooks won 
second runnerup spot to the 
Snow King. Skip was from 
Stockton, California and ma- 
jored in Physical Education. 
On the slopes Skip executed 
silky turns resulting in cham- 
pionship form. 




STUDY DATES 

SPARKED 

IDEA EXCHANGE 



As if dating weren't enough on the 
weekends, students found that during 
the week study dates made it possible 
to keep up in the classroom as well as in 
the social whirl. More times than not 
on any given night, two by two came 
the Noah-like procession. Boy, girl, 
briefcase, notebooks, pencils, and 
"goodies" (?) found their way into spe- 
cial collections, the reserve library, 
nooks and crannies, chairs, and the 
stacks. Silent glances often indicated the 
intellectual interchange and intermesh- 
ed hands indicated that education had 
taken on a new perspective. Unwary 
glances from the graduate carrels made 
it plain that not everyone understood 
these invaders of the stacks. Hadn't it 
been proved that two heads were better 
than one? Regardless of the graduate 
stare and the librarian shush, the paired 
"eggheads" made every attempt to 
prove their intellectual prowess. Pouring 
over page after page of fine print, scrib- 
bling notebooks full of notes, they went 
straight to work, interrupted intermit- 
tently by a giggle or a sigh. When the 
hands of the clock had slowly climbed 
to ten minutes of ten, each looked at 
the other and quickly tucked texts, 
notebooks, and pencils away and walk- 
ed hand in hand from the reading 
room, down the stairs, and outside to 
discuss, no doubt, the vast amounts of 
knowledge they had gained and how 
they did enjoy one another's company. 



Carolyn Potter and Tom Miller found that 
studying could be fun when they made a study 
date in the newly completed library, situated 
in the middle of the spreading campus. 



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Tom and Carolyn found congenial help ready to aid 
them in finding the material they needed to complete 
their assignment. 



While other students mulled over their books doing 
task assignments, Carolyn and Tom sat down in one of 
the many lounge areas to first read the text material, 
material. 




After they had absorbed a general understanding, Tom 
and Carolyn moved to a study table in order to com- 
pile notes and exchange ideas on the new concepts. 
No doubt, they discussed it on the way home, too! 



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Dorm mother for Wells Hall Becky Bloxham 
spent mealtimes teaching daughter Sarah Ann 
to eat and drink by herself. 




Besides playing father to a dorm and heading his own fa- 
mily, Ben Bloxham managed to squeeze in a few classes. 



Becky, like most dorm parents found that the days just 
didn't quite stretch far enough to let them finish every- 
thing, especially dorm check. 



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BYU STUDENTS 

RECOMMENDED 

MARRIAGE 



Married students, which comprise a vast 
percentage of the studentbody enrolled 
this year, found other responsibilities 
vying with studies for their attention. 
With one or both partners working to 
support the family as well as struggling 
against the scholastic standards set by 
unmarried competitors, the problems of 
school become increasingly more chal- 
lenging. Positions as dorm parents add- 
ed even more duties to many of the 
young couples' schedules. As a tempor- 
ary parent for almost 120 girls, dorm 
fathers often had to fill the roles of 
counselors, handymen, culinary consult- 
ants, songleaders, doorlockers, and at 
dorm hours — bouncers. Busy dorm 
mothers also had more tasks than just 
putting hubby through school and 
housework to keep them from getting 
bored, since they, too, had to double as 
repairmen, policemen, administrators, 
omnipresent mothers for all the numer- 
ous charges. Dorm councils, outside 
duties, family prayer, standards commit- 
tee meetings, breakfasts, and exchanges 
were under the supervision of these 
capable women. 

With so many of the collegiate popula- 
tion out of the single category, most of 
the campus activities seemed to adapt 
themselves readily to the married set. 
Campus wards which were primarily 
composed of marrieds often conducted 
shorter church services to accommodate 
parents of tiny children. Wyview and 
Wymount housing developments were 
home to a number of the families. Stead- 
ily rising steel beams from north of cam- 
pus promised that the new married stu- 
dent project would be finished by Fall 
to provide more space in modern quar- 
ters at economical rates. 




Those rare interludes of family privacy, which were seldom enjoyed even at dinner, were 
welcomed by the dorm parent families. 




Harrassed dorm dads usually had more help from their eager tots than they or their instruc- 
tors knew what to do with. 

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LIBRARY CHECK OUT, DRESS 
REGISTRATION EVOKED CRI 



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What students considered University red tape 
was the hourly line up at the library check out 
stations. Library aids searched through brief 
cases, books, and bags in case a student forgot 
to properly check out a library book. 





Daily Universe Editor Paul Richards cleaned out his desk 
after resigning his position to the Board of Publications who 
censured him for taking a stand in the paper for a candidate 
in the studentbody elections in the spring 



A weary coed stood at the cashier's office 
in the Smoot Administration Building wait- 
ing for the registration office to open and 
end her long chase in changing classes. 



Two fellows debated the type of clothes 
accepted as standard dress on the campus 
during school days and in the cafeterias. A 
coed relaxed on the lawn in capris which 
were definitely Saturday wear. 



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Student campaigners plastered the main quad with posters of varying size and shape. Wind and weather took a heavy toll by blowing them over. 






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Studentbody President Henry Heilesen helped Studentbody 
President Elect Dave Stone slip into the traditional white 
sweater, symbol of victory and campus student government. 



ELECTION ELICITED 
BIG CONTROVERSY 
IN DAILY UNIVERSE 




Will Whittle was elected to be the new Vice President of Stu- 
dent Relations. Retiring Vice President George Mangan gave 
up his sweater to Will on the night of the election returns. 



Fred Streuling won the right to the office of Vice President of 
Finance over candidate Jim Olson. Fred received congratula- 
tions after being announced the winner of that contest. 



Bandsman Orion Wood was elected to the office of Vice Presi- 
dent of Social Activities. Orion removed his jacket in order to 
slip into sweater being offered by Del Faddis, outgoing veep. 



Maria Toronto smiled her approval as Terry O'Brien helped 
her put on the symbol of victory. Maria was elected to the 
office of Vice President of Culture, replacing Terry. 

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The "Three D's" performed amusingly, artistically, and energetically in a special concert with the Combs twins in the Joseph Smith Auditorium. 



THE THREE D'S 

PRESENTED 

FIRST CONCERT 



Richard "Dick" Davis, Duane Hiatt, and 
Dennis Sorensen, who combined talents 
as the "Three D's," started their profes- 
sional climb upward when they present- 
ed a special concert to a SRO audience 
in the Joseph Smith Auditorium. They 
were regular performers on most of the 
big Program Bureau shows which travel- 
ed from coast to coast. Dick and Duane 
started singing together when they were 
in high school at Payson, Utah. When 
they entered BYU in 1955 they started 
working on Program Bureau shows. Den- 
nis became a member of the group af- 
ter each had completed a mission. Each 
member of the trio is married and each 
hopes to push their professional rating 
up the ladder. An equally popular group 
which shared the spotlight with the 
"Three D's" was the Combs Twins. 
These natural trio and duo musical sets 
were received enthusiastically when bill- 
ed together in concert. 



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Richard Davis, Duane Hiatt, and Dennis Sorensen worked professionally as the "Three D's" 




The Combs twins mimicked each other in a mirror act which pleased the SRO audiences. 



LUSH, SNARF 
AND WORTHAL 
BOUNCED AT Y 



The 1962 Bibler Bounce sponsored by 
the Daily Universe staff had a twist of 
irony in that Professor Ralph "Snarf" 
Britsch and his son Todd "Worthal" 
Britsch of College Bowl fame walked 
off with two of the top honors. Dagny 
"Lush" Johnson easily won herself the 
other place of honor (?). The student- 
body cast their votes at an assembly af- 
ter each candidate was introduced. The 
finalists were announced at the Bibler 
Bounce after the Utah-BYU game. The 
Bounce was named after Dick Bibler, 
"Little Man on Campus" cartoonist. 




Candidates for Bibler characters were introduced on a special assembly before the studentbody. 




Professor Ralph Britsch was voted to be the 
"Snarf" prototype on campus. Students in his 
classes maintained that his tests had no correla- 
tion to the material covered in the text. 



Dagny Johnson was easily Professor Snarfs 
favorite as she was the studentbody 's also. The 
suggestion box merely implied she was looking 
for more ways to "snow' Snarf in classroom. 



The son of Snarf, Todd Britsch, proved that his 
father's way was not his way. Actually Todd 
represented BYU on the G.E. College Bowl as 
being one of the top scholars in school. 



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DORMS, WARDS 
AND UNITS 
SANG AT FEST 



The 1962 AWS sponsored Songfest 
"Tempo for Tomorrow" was held in the 
Smith Fieldhouse with 11 organizations 
vying for top honors. Knight-Mangum 
Women's Dormitory group won the 
sweepstakes trophy. In the combined 
men's and women's groups, Vikings and 
Kappa Debs garnered the top spot. Thea 
Alexis and Archon were second with the 
BYU 12th Ward taking the third spot. 
Budge Hall, a women's dorm group, cap- 
tured first place in the women's division. 
Nautilus Social Unit and Spurs Service 
Unit tied for second place honors. The 
originality trophy was awarded to Val 
Norn Social Unit for their song "Heart 
Tempo." Before the final night of judg- 
ing, a preliminary elimination judging 
occurred reducing the original 16 com- 
peting units down to 11. 

The "Push Button World" of a bride as per- 
formed by Spurs dramatized the dilemma of 
a robot-run world. This tied with Nautilus for 
second place in women's division. 



The singing group from Knight-Mangum Women's Dormitory captured top spot in Songfest with their song "Levers, Buttons, Switches, and Springs." 




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"Zap, Zap, Zap," sang the Budge Hall zappers who 
were garbed in black with purple fluorescent Z's and 
purple flashlights. They placed first in women's division. 



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entry, which took first place in the mixed division. 



The award for most original song was copped by Val 
Norn social unit for their "Heart's Tempo." 





APPALACHIAN' 
JUNIOR PROM 
STARRED GOBEL 



Students entered the fieldhouse which 
was decorated after the theme of "Ap- 
palachian Spring." The 1962 Junior 
Prom was held on two nights, April 20 
and 21. Two campus dance bands furn- 
ished the music — the Y's Men on Fri- 
day and Gary Madsen on Saturday. Pre- 
Prom concerts were held each night 
featuring comedian George Gobel and 
the Travelers Three, a folksinging trio 
from the University of Oregon. Dancers 
swung amidst the illusion of a forest as 
prom decorations people used paper 
murals and cheesecloth to achieve the 
Applachian atmosphere. Refreshments 
were served in a shaded nook on the 
main basketball floor. 




Preparing the scenery for an "Appalachian Spring" that greeted couples at the Prom were Bob 
Parchman, Anna Marie Nielson, and Dave Larson. Winnie the Woebegone ( Barbara Wilhams) 
sang how shy she was of men at the Prom assembly, "Grandma is a Fullback. 



"Fullback" Grandmother (Pat Kennedy) exer- 
cised her authority over her son Prince Daunt- 
less (Gary Knight). The assembly was written 
and directed by Klair Bybee. 



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TV comedian and actor George 
Gobel appeared in two pre- 
Prom concerts. 



The Travelers Three accom- 
panied George Gobel to ap- 
pear in the prom concerts. 
They originally sang together 
at the University of Oregon. 





The Maeser Memorial was converted into classroom space after the administrative offices were transferred to the new Smoot Building across campus. 




The Brimhall Building housed Biological and Agricultural Sciences. Heber J. Grant Building was converted into classroom space in the fall. 




Religion and theatrical arts were centered in the Joseph Smith Memorial. Education and Humanities Colleges shared David O. McKay Building. 





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Since 1949, some new building has been 
in the process of being erected on cam- 
pus. Over 80 major campus buildings 
have been constructed since that time. 
In addition to the recently constructed 
Smoot Administration Building and Li- 
brary, the new student union was sched- 



uled to be completed in 1964. Married 
students' housing and the physical plant 
building were expected to be completed 
in the fall. Plans were being formulated 
on the Fine Arts Center which would 
complete the east side of the new quad. 



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WORLD EVENTS 

PARALLELED 

STUDENT YEAR 



Ending seven years of festering war in 
Algeria, the French and Algerian rebels 
signed a peace treaty in April 1962. Un- 
compromising European rightists, how- 
ever, continued war operations as the 
OAS, Secret Army Organization. They 
remained the last pocket of resistence in 
a long awaited settlement. Algeria was 
settled by the French in the 1850's. 

The year 1962 saw the loss of Dag 
Hammarskjold, United Nations Secre- 
tary-General who was killed in a plane 
crash in Northern Rhodesia. He was 
flying to the Congo to attempt settle- 
ment of fractional difficulties in that 
troubled land. Following his death, the 
Soviet Union and its satellites attempted 
to weaken the UN structure by moving 
to have a "troika," three man secretariat, 
installed in Hammarskjold's place. How- 
ever, despite this attempt U. Thant of 
Indonesia assumed the duties as acting 
Secretary-General of the organization. 
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President David O. McKay appointed a 
third counselor to the First Presidency of 
the church which lasted only a short 
time and was unique in the history of 
the Latter-day Saint Church. Elder Hugh 
B. Brown entered the presidency in June 
1961. He served as the third counselor 
until the death of J. Reuben Clark, Jr. 
President Clark, a member of the First 
Presidency since 1933, had served a dis- 
tinguished career both as a servant of 
his nation and his church. He was ap- 
pointed ambassador to Mexico by Pres- 
ident Herbert Hoover. He became a 
counselor in the First Presidency in 
1933 under President Heber J. Grant. A 
long list of accomplishments in personal 
diplomacy bear his respected name. 

The United States' economy, finally in 
full recovery from two recessions in 
1957 and 1959, swung into increased 
productivity, sending the projected na- 
tional income figure to $580 billion for 
the last quarter of 1962. The all-time 
high national income was spurred by an 
early settlement in the steel industry. 
The earliest in history, with labor con- 
tracts being signed in April, three 
months before the old contract was to 
expire. 

The world situation for the U.S. was 



at each moment viewed with mixed 
emotions. There never was a moment 
when some type of trouble did not loom 
in the background, if not in the fore- 
front. For an instant the relative bur- 
den seemed to ease for President John 
F. Kennedy. Then only the problems 
of war in Southeast Asia persisted. 
The free governments there began to 
turn the tide of victories against the 
Communist rebels. However, the threat 
of Chinese Communist "volunteers" sup- 
porting the rebels and blowing this 
smoldering sore into a full scale war as 
in Korea, 1950, always loomed as a cau- 
tion for careful action. 

The decade of the sixties began to be 
characterized by a new look and policy 
for the underdeveloped nations of the 
world. The United States put its Peace 
Corps into full force, recruiting on the 
nations campuses. However the Corps 
met little success at BYU. India began 
its Third Five Year Plan with new sup- 
port from the U.S. The U.S. also began 
action on its Alliance for Progress pro- 
gram for development of South Amer- 
ica. In connection with this program, 
President and Mrs. Kennedy made a 
very successful tour of South America. 
Later, in March 1962, Mrs. Kennedy tour- 




ed India and Pakistan. And as Indian 
ambassador John Kenneth Galbraith 
commented, dispelled all differences be- 
tween the two countries. Mrs. Kenne- 
dy's tour was the first official overseas 
good will tour ever undertaken by an 
American first lady. 

"He is the hero who distrusts heroism; 
he is the prophet of those who are with- 
out faith," said one critic of the late 
Ernest Heminway. "When the standard 
bearer falls, another replaces him. The 
task of the second in line, however, be- 
comes near impossible when the lead 
man was legend. Perhaps Hemingway 
is already more than legend." Thus 
wrote the Writer's Digest, noting the 
death of America's Twentieth Century 
literary hero, in July 1961. He is remem- 
bered for his adventurous life which con- 
tributed heavily to his writings. The 
foremost of which are A Farewell to 
Arms, For Whom the Bell Tolls, and 
the Nobel Prize winner, The Old Man 
and the Sea. 

On the morning of February 21, 1962, 
United States Marine Colonel John 
Glenn became the first man of the free 
world to orbit the earth. Glenn's orbital 
flight started with launching at Cape 
Canaveral, Florida in his Mercury space 



capsule. The space vehicle was hurled 
into orbit to a speed of about 18,000 
miles per hour. Glenn circled the earth 
in three 81 minute orbits. The Mercury 
capsule was brought down as planned 
in the South Adantic recovery area. 
Glenn was pulled out of the capsule 
within minutes after hitting the water. 
The Soviet Union had earlier orbited 
a man around the earth on April 12, 
1961. Glenn's flight was the crowning 
point of a crash space program by the 
United States to catch up to earlier Rus- 
sian space achievement. It was typ- 
ical of the United States space and 
military programs which were very much 
a matter of catching up to the Russians. 

In Geneva Switzerland, the two powers 
made continued but frustratingly un- 
fruitful efforts to reach some type of 
disarmament agreement. The United 
States declined most Russian disarma- 
ment plans because of lack of effective 
inspection procedures. In the meantime 
the Soviet Union resumed nuclear bomb 
testing in the atmosphere, despite prior 
agreements to refrain from doing so. The 
United States began preparations for re- 
sumed testing in the Christmas Island 
area pending the results of last ditch 
disarmament talk efforts. 




BLOCK EMBLEM 

WHITEWASHED 

BY STUDENTS 



"Great Day! It's Y Day!" The theme of 
the annual Y Day depicted the spon- 
taneity of the event as nearly every 
member of the studentbody donned 
sweat shirts, levis, and sneakers to par- 
ticipate in the huge work project. Near- 
ly 4,000 students trekked up Y moun- 
tain to join the bucket brigade in pass- 
ing up hundreds of gallons of white 
wash to cover the block emblem's face. 
Regimented in ward units, many stu- 
dents spread out over the Provo area to 
work at the boat harbor, rainbow gar- 
dens, and on campus. Faculty members 
used their time to paint faculty widows' 
homes. In the afternoon whitewashed, 
dirty students converged on the stadium 
to eat lunch provided by the University 
Food Service and to participate in the 
stadium games. Egg throwing, pie eat- 
ing, sack racing competition kept parti- 
cipants on their toes. Probably the most 
interesting events centered around the 
social unit chariot races. Drivers in togas 
harassed human steeds onto victory 
around the cinder track. The lighting of 
the Y on the mountain and a student- 
body dance ended the day-long festivi- 
ties. However, sore muscles and red-hot 
sunburns made the memory linger a lit- 
tle longer for many weary workers. 



Buckets full of whitewash passed from hand to 
hand on Y mountain as more than 4,000 stu- 
dents lined up to carry on the school tradition 
of whitewashing the block Y. 

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Students frolicked in the snow 
outside the unnamed library 
building. The Mayan design of 
stone facing of the million 
volume capacity building ac- 
centuated the new "heart" of 
the campus. Students used the 
over 3,000 study spaces in 
researching material found in 
the stacks of the five tier build- 
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stone architecture of man and 
God. 

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IVAN 1962 



PUBLISHED BY THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS 
OF BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 
PROVO, UTAH 



Penne Freebairn 
Royal Peterson 
Lynn Thacker 
Peter Crnkovic 
Dennis Busch 
Allan Frazier 
Noel Duerden 



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THE TABLE 
OF CONTENTS 



ACTIVITIES 




Cougar Days 


10 


Homecoming 


12 


Women's Week 


20 


Belle of the Y 


30 


Winter Carnival 


34 


Elections 


44 


Songfest 


48 


Junior Prom 


50 


Summary of Year 


54 


Y Day 


56 


ADMINISTRATION 




Board of Trustees 


66 


Administrative Council 


70 


General Administration 


72 


Colleges 


74 


BYU Stakes 


109 


Alumni Association 


112 


FINE ARTS 




Drama Productions 


114 


Music Organizations 


122 


Dance 


140 


Art Guild 


141 


Forensics 


142 


ORGANIZATIONS 




IOC 


143 


Social Units 


146 


Service Units 


184 


Honorary 


202 


Special Interest 


216 


COMMUNICATIONS 




Y Press, Photo Studio 


238 


Journalism Department 


240 


Audio-Visual 


241 


Program Bureau 


244 


Banyan 


246 


Daily Universe 


250 


Broadcasting 


254 


ATHLETICS 




Football 


256 


Pep Teams 


267 


Basketball 


268 


Wrestling 


276 


Gymnastics 


277 


Golf 


278 


Tennis 


279 


Track 


280 


Baseball 


286 


Intramurals 


290 


STUDENT GOVERNMENT 




Executive Council 


296 


Senate 


300 


Supreme Court 


301 


AMS 


302 


AWS 


303 


Honor Council 


304 


Committees 


305 


CLASSES 




Freshmen 


307 


Sophomores 


345 


Juniors 


363 


Seniors 


377 


Graduates 


407 


INDEX 


411 




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At the crossroads of the vast intermountain region and the center of Mormondom 
stand the world famous Salt Lake Temple and Tabernacle. The heaven-bent spires 
of the temple and the uplifted pipes of the organ in the tabernacle testify to the 
faith of the pioneer men and women who built a "house unto the Lord." The 375- 
voice Tabernacle Choir sings every Sunday to the strains of this great instrument. 

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PROPHET, PRESIDENT, EDUCATOR, FRIEND . 



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. DAVID O. MCKAY 



President David 0. McKay was born in Huntsville, Utah, at a 
time when the Church was being severely persecuted. At a very 
early age he learned to master himself and become an obedient 
servant of the Lord -an example and ensign to us, the students. 



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HENRY D. MOYLE PRESIDENT DAVID O. MCKAY HUGH B. BROWN 



"Therefore, O ye that embark in the 
service of God, see that ye serve him 
with all your heart, might, mind, and 
strength, that ye may stand blameless 
before God at the last Day." 

D&C 4:2 



"I will go and do the things which 
the Lord hath commanded, for I 
know that the Lord giveth no com- 
mandments unto the children of men, 
save he shall prepare a way for them 
that they may accomplish the thing 
which he commandeth them." 

1 Nephi 3:7 



"And thus the Gospel began to be 
preached, from the beginning, being 
declared by holy angels sent forth 
from the presence of God, and by his 
own voice, and by the gift of the Holy 
Ghost." 

Moses 6:58 



THESE MEN GUIDED, DIRECTED, LED, INSPIRED 




The Board of Trustees, headed by Presi- 
dent David O. McKay, sets the spiritual 
tone for the university. The Board for- 
mulates policies and oversees the opera- 
tion of school affairs. Of wide experi- 
ence, these men of God are a unique 
guiding body. We pay special tribute to 
the counsel and guidance of President J. 
Beuben Clark, Jr., who died October 6, 
1961, after being a member of the Board 
of Trustees since April 1933. In recogni- 
tion for his accomplishments, he was 
given an honorary LLD degree from 
BYU in 1952. The next year he received 
the Exceptional Service award from the 
BYU chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha. 







Joseph Fielding Smith Harold B. Lee 



Spencer W. Kimball Ezra Taft Benson 







Mark E. Petersen 



Delbert L. Stapley 



Marion G. Romney 



LeCrand Richards 







Richard L. Evans 



George Q. Morris 



Howard W. Hunter 



Gordon B. Hinckley 



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BYU ADMINISTRATIVE HEAD, 

DR. ERNEST L. WILKINSON, 

COORDINATED LDS SCHOOLS 



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January 1962 marked the eleventh year 
President Ernest L. Wilkinson has been 
Administrator, now Chancellor, of the 
Unified Church School System. His vig- 
orous administration has seen phenom- 
enal growth in the physical facilities of 
Brigham Young University. 




The campus center has shifted from the 
area surrounding the Maeser building to 
the once underdeveloped location which 
now comprises the administration, li- 
brary and business buildings. The stu- 
dent union building and fine arts cen- 
ter will soon complete the new quad. 



Other buildings constructed under Presi- 
dent Wilkinson's direction include the 
McKay Building, family living center, 
engineering laboratory, industrial arts 
building, health center, Helaman Halls, 
Heritage Halls, alumni building, and 
married students housing units. 



More than matching the 
physical growth has been 
the increase in enrollment 
from 6,216 students in 1951 
to 11,266 Fall of 1961. 



Academic emphasis has be- 
come the phrase echoed in 
colleges and departments as 
28 masters and doctorate 
programs have been initiated 
by President Wilkinson. 
Growth during the past de- 
cade has been phenomenal 
in other parts of the Church 
School System. Over 100 re- 
ligious Institutes have been 
established on other univer- 
sity campuses, and semin- 
aries are presently serving 
1,212 high schools. 



President Wilkinson has said 
of this progress, "The un- 
usual progress of the 
Church School System over 
the last decade has been due 
primarily to the support 
given the Church School 
System by President McKay 
and the Board of Trustees 
for Brigham Young Univer- 
sity and the Board of Edu- 
cation for the balance of the 
Church School System. It 
could not have been accom- 
plished either, without the 
loyal and devoted work of 
all my associates." 



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William E. Berrett, Vice President 



Earl C. Crockett, Academic Vice President 



DEVOUT, CAPABLE EXECUTIVES 

GAVE UNSELFISHLY 
TO BUILD THE FUTURE OF BYU 




Joseph T. Bentley, Comptroller 



John T. Bemhard, Administrative Assistant to 
the President 




Ben E. Lewis, Vice President in charge of 
Auxiliary Services 



Clyde D. Sandgren, Vice President and General 
Counsel 



Harvey L. Taylor, Vice President 



In every era of the Church its leader- 
ship has been sensitive to the need of 
continued intellectual and spiritual 
growth for its members. To meet this 
need, Church educational policies have 
constantly been adapted or modified to 
serve more fully the youth of the 
Church. It was in such a spirit that all 
Church Educational institutions were 
combined in July 1953 under one ad- 
ministrator, Ernest L. Wilkinson, who in 
turn is subject to a board of trustees for 



Brigham Young University and a board 
of education for the rest of the Church 
School System. Both boards, however, 
consisted of the First Presidency and 
the Council of the Twelve. In announc- 
ing this unified plan the First Presidency 
said: "This great system of schools, in- 
stitutes, and seminaries can become an 
ever more effective instrumentality in 
equipping the youth of the Church with 
solid foundations to meet the challenge 
of modern living." It added that Dr. 




Alma P. Burton, Assistant to Vice President 
William E. Berrett 



Dale T. Tingey, Assistant to Vice President Wil- 
liam E. Berrett 



Wilkinson "has surrounded himself with 
strong men to do a big job," and that 
"he will have at his service the strength 
not only of these men, but of all the 
members of the Brigham Young Uni- 
versity faculty." Since the approval of 
this plan during the summer of 1953 
the administrative offices of Church ed- 
ucation have been established at Brig- 
ham Young University. Thus this Uni- 
versity became the mother institution 
for Latter-day Saint education. From 
this campus a spirit of simplifying effi- 
ciency, economy, uniformity of stand- 
ards and procedures, and even wider 
cooperation and harmony can now weld 
all phases of Church educational work 
into a stronger unit than ever before. 
Ernest L. Wilkinson, chancellor of the 
Unified Church School System, contin- 
ued as President of Brigham Young 
University. Assisting him were five vice 
presidents: William E. Berrett, assisted 
by Alma P. Burton and Dale T. Tingey; 
Earl C. Crockett; Ben E. Lewis; Clyde 
D. Sandgren; and Harvey L. Taylor. 
Joseph T. Bentley was comptroller, and 
John T. Bernhard was administrative as- 
sistant to the President. Under this plan 
established schools, seminaries, insti- 
tutes, and colleges continued their func- 
tions. Changes will be brought about as 
need and the growth of the Church 
dictate. In addition, each institution 
shared its particular problems and phil- 
osophies with its sister institutions. 



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The hub of campus activity became the Abraham O. Smoot Administration and General Services Building with the transfer here of registration, 

Security, cashier's, and administrative offices. 

Alma P. Burton, Dean, Ad- Kiefer B. Sauls, Treasurer Sam Brewster, Director, 

missions and Records Jennie Jones, Women's Physical Plant 

Fred A. Schwendiman, Di- Housing Carl Jones, Men's Housing 

rector, Student Housing 



MEN, WOMEN 
DEDICATED 
IN SERVICE 



"Remember that Brigham Young Univer- 
sity belongs to the entire Church. It's not 
an institution of Utah County. It is de- 
signed to serve the entire membership 
of the Church, and every tithe-payer in 
this Church is a shareholder in Brigham 
Young University. It is the disposition of 
the brethren who guide its destiny to 
make it function as the great educational 
institution of the Church." This prophecy 
by President Stephen L. Richards has 
served as a standard which the univer- 
sity's administrative officers have con- 
stantly strived to maintain. 
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Herald R. Clark, Forums, Devotionals, Lyceums 
Wells P. Cloward, Director, Food Services 
C. R. Peterson, Director, Purchasing 



Jack B. Trunnell, Director, Nutritional Research 
Jay V. Beck, Director, Research Division 
Lyman S. Tyler, Director, Libraries 



B. Keith Duff in, Director, Placement Center 
Ivan L. Sanderson, Director, Student Supply 
Emest L. Olson, University Publications 



Darrell L. Moses, Academic Lester B. Whetten, Director, Floyd Taylor, Ticket Office Jean R. Paulson, Student Pub- Edwin J. Butterworth News 

Standards Public Relations Dona l d M p ugrmres Univer- lications Bureau 

Frank Haymore, University Swen Neilsen, Security Office sity Photo Studio Wetzel Whitaker, Motion Pic- Clyde Parker, Counseling Ser- 

Press tures vice 





Dr. Milton F. Hartvigsen 



A former athletic coach, teacher, and principal, Milton F. Hart- 
vigsen, Dean of the College of Physical Education, has aimed to 
prepare professional leaders and instructors of health, physical 
education and recreation; to provide leadership in extra-curricu- 
lar activities; and to conduct the many-faceted intramural pro- 
ram at B Y U. He received his BS and ME from Utah State Uni- 
versity. A former stake president, Dean Hartvigsen is now a 
member of the East Sharon Stake Sunday School Board. 

74 



TEACHERS ENCOURAGED 
PHYSICAL FITNESS 
PLUS A KEEN MIND 




The department chairmen of the College of Physical Education included Athletics Stan Watts, Recreation and Dance Israel Heaton, Men's Physical 
Education Charles Hart, Women's Physical Education Leona Holbrook, Health and Safety Education Ray Watters, Youth Leadership Thane Packer, 
and Dean Milton Hartvigsen. 

The College of Physical Education pro- 
vided facilities which every student and 
faculty member had access to use. Be- 
sides the regularly scheduled physical 
education and health classes, the college 
also sponsored the intramural program 
and supervised the intercollegiate ath- 
letic program. Under the auspices of 
Dean Milton Hartvigsen, the college re- 
quired all students to participate in two 
years of physical education rather than 
only one year as required last year. The 
college offered a Master's Degree in 
Health and Recreation without requiring 
a thesis for the first time. Additional 
classwork was required before the de- 
gree was conferred, however. Probably 
the three largest duties of the college 
during the basketball season was the 
hosting of the Utah High School Class 
B Tournament in addition to the first 
round of the A Tournament. They also 
joined with Provo citizens in hosting the 
NCAA Western Regional Basketball 
Playoffs in the George Albert Smith 
Fieldhouse. One other outstanding hon- 
or of the college was the invitation of 
the International Folk Dancers to ap- 
pear in concert at Century 21 World's 
Fair in Seattle. 



The College of Physical Education sponsored extensive intramural programs for men and wo- 
en on campus. The program included a bowling tournament at Regal lanes west of campus. 

75 






The extension added to the fieldhouse made it possible for the athletic 
teams and the students in the gym classes to practice and participate inside 
if the weather outside was bad. Gil Torres of the golfing team practiced his 
drive shots from the dirt turf. A maze of nets made it possible for several 
activities to be held simultaneously in the spacious facilities. 



The College of Physical Education provided well-equipped body-building 
and weight-lifting rooms and encouraged faculty and student participation. 



Gymnastic classes appealed to students who first saw the bounce of the 
trampoline and the swing of the rings high overhead. However, coordina- 
tion was emphasied if a student were to keep out of the Health Center. 
Gymnastic classes were held daily in the east gym of the fieldhouse. 



76 




The College of Family Living incorporated the more mundane house- 
hold chores with the technical facets of homemaking to offer a valuable, 
interesting, and well rounded course. 



Students used the modern sewing and cooking labs extensively in ful- 
filling assignments in their classes. Special sewing techniques were taught. 




Students with notebooks ready and earphones turned up observed the children playing in the day nursery operated by the College. 



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COLLEGE OF FAMILY LIVING 

PROVIDED GOOD 
BACKGROUND FOR MAJORS 



78 



Dr. Virginia F. Cutler 

Dean Cutler has spent the past seven years in the 
Far East working with governments of Thailand 
and Indonesia in their teaching programs. She re- 
ceived her Ph.D. from Cornell University in 1946. 
Dean Cutler has done research in many varied 
areas with her present research centered around 
the status of women in countries affiliated with 
the United Nations. 




Dean Virginia Cutler's College of Family Living department chairmen were Human Development and Family Relations Blaine Porter, Family Living 
and Homemaking Virginia Poulson, Food and Nutrition Sadie Morris, Clothing and Textiles Margaret Childs, Housing and Design Stephen Stanford. 



The College of Family Living on the 
Brigham Young University campus is 
rather unique when compared with pro- 
totypes on other university campuses. 
Because of the LDS emphasis on the 
home and its importance in society, the 
college endeavors to be the leader in 
teaching the qualities of the home and 
home living, and the family relationship. 
Through the various departments, the 
college sponsored several workshops 
during the year for high school students. 
Several of the forum speakers were host- 
ed by the college including Margaret 
Meade, noted anthropologist. Depart- 
ments in the college included Human 
Development and Family Belations, 
Family Living and Homemaking, Food 
and Nutrition, Clothing and Textiles, 
and Housing and Design. A unique fea- 
ture in the Food and Nutrition depart- 
ment is the large foods preparations 
kitchen where students learned restau- 
rant and hotel food techniques. In the 
Clothing and Textiles area large weav- 
ing looms helped students learn first 
hand the complicated processes which 
are involved in making materials for 
clothing, furnishings, and related pro- 
ducts. The Human Development and 
Family Belations department conducted 
the day nursery in order to help students 
observe and supervise children. 




Part of the College of Family Living program included the operation of the nursery school 
located in the east end of the Joseph F. Smith Family Living Center. Students learned first 
hand about child behavior and development by observing and supervising children's activities. 



79 




The department chairmen in the College of Business included Howard Nielson, Statistics; Willard Doxey, Economics; Robert Smith, Accounting; Par- 
ley Pratt, Business Management; and DerMont Bell, Business Education and Office Management. The newly incorporated MBA program was man- 
aged by Dr. Quinn McKay. 

The year-old Jesse Knight Building 
served as the heart of the College of 
Business. The students came from the 
new Harvard-styled classrooms with 
a working knowledge to copei with the 
onslaught of the business world. Des- 
pite its long standing as a recognized 
school of business, the college endeav- 
ored to continually upgrade its program. 
In the first year of its M.B.A. program, 
the college found that students from all 
over the nation were applying to be en- 
rolled in this special managerial training 
program. An outstanding feature spon- 
sored by the college was the executive 
lecture series held every Wednesday in 
184 of th Knight Building. From the 
modern data processing computers in 
the basement to the up-to-date office 
machinery on the second floor, the Col- 
lege of Business stood ready to train the 
student in machine manipulation. Mod- 
ern laboratories and business texts were 
on hand for the students in business to 
use. The case study method used for in- 
structional purposes gave the students 
insight into practical aspects of business 
involving personal interactions with 
other students. Breaking classes into 
smaller groups provided ideal study 

cliques to learn business procedures. 
Modem data processing machines such as this keypunch enabled students to leam first hand 
the complicated and efficient methods of modem day business. 



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Dr. Weldon J. Taylor 



CASE STUDY CLASSES 

ORIENTED STUDENTS 

TO A BUSINESS WORLD 



Dean of the College of Business since 1957, 
Weldon J. Taylor has mirrored the demands 
of an industrial America in the business 
program at BYU. He received his MBA 
from Harvard Business School and PhD 
from New York University where he earned 
the Founder's Day Certificate of Achieve- 
ment. He was co-author of Marketing — An 
Integrated, Analytical Approach. 




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Dean Antone K. Romney discussed the importance of education with college department chairmen Lester Downing, 
Dean C. Christensen, John A. Clarke, Stephen L. Alley, and Keith R. Oakes. 



The College of Education incorporated 
the following departments under its 
program: instruction, educational phil- 
osophy and programs, educational ad- 
ministration, and educational research 
and services. The College also sponsored 
the Brigham Young University Labora- 
tory School for elementary and second- 
ary students. This program was directed 
by Drs. Edwin Read and John Crnkovic. 
The lab school gained national recogni- 
tion for its outstanding concept in stu- 
dent training. Accrediting institutions 
which recognized the B Y U program 
included the Northwest Association of 
Secondary Schools and the Utah Depart- 
ment of Public Instruction. According 
to the Utah State Department of Public 
Instruction, B Y U graduated 869 teach- 
ers last year. According to figures from 
Kent State University, BYU with 
1,444 students in education plus 2,176 in 
other courses seeking certification had 
the third largest teacher education pro- 
gram in the United States. 



Teachers and students attended, prepared for, 
and learned in classes the material necessary 
to make decisions and to influence others. 



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BYU COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 

CERTIFIED 800 TEACHERS 

DURING ACADEMIC YEAR 



Dr. Antone K. Romney 

Dr. Antone K. Romney, new Dean of the 
College of Education, has held many posi- 
tions of service since coming to BYU in 
1945. He has been acting Dean of Students, 
acting Dean of Humanities and Social Sci- 
ences, and Dean of Students. 

83 




The College of Fine Arts department chairmen met often with the dean to determine 
the policies and plans of action to be followed during the academic year. The chair- 
men included Drama Harold Hansen, Speech Morris Clinger, Art Roman Andrus, 
Dean Conan Matthews, and Music Crawford Gates. 






Conan E. Mathews 



Artists, musicians, and actors converged in the College of Fine Arts to develop their 
talents and to cultivate their style. Artistic expression of inner feelings was encouraged 
through the mediums of the visual arts, music, and drama. 



STUDENTS 

CREATED 

IN FINE ARTS 



84 




Dean Conan E. Mathews of the College 
of Fine Arts has been a recipient of 
many awards for his one-man painting 
shows in San Francisco, Santa Rosa, 
Boise, Salt Lake City, and Logan. He 
had an exhibition at the New York 
World's Fair in 1939. He received his 
BA from the College of Idaho, MFA 



from the University of Utah, and dip- 
loma from California School of Fine 
Arts. He has had articles published in 
Design, Education and Jr. College Jour- 
nal. He had a feature in the Sunday Ida- 
ho Daily Statesman for 8 years. The Fine 
Arts College has begun production of a 
"Creation of Art" which in 1962-63 will 



be opened to Church participants all 
over the country. This will comprise 
works of music or plays for Church use. 
The major project for the College of 
Fine Arts is the new Fine Arts Building 
to be erected facing the Jesse Knight 
Business Building. This structure is 
scheduled to be completed by Fall, 1964. 

85 




A model in abbreviated tights 
posed for art students in the 
atmosphere of the old art 
building on lower campus. Plans 
were reannounced in April for 
the new Fine Arts Center 
to be built on upper campus. 



Students, such as this coed, 
worked many long hours to 
produce a painting which had 
the right feel and mood and in- 
terpretation. Despite crowded 
conditions in the old buildings, 
students still produced many 
creditable works. 



Across the street from the Arts 
Building, students worked in 
ceramics and sculpture. 



Study in the special collections 
area of the library was peace- 
ful to those who took the op- 
portunity to use the plush faci- 
lities. Decorated in early Amer- 
ican, this room in the library 
proved to be very popular with 
many of the students. 








Students studied where and 
whenever they had the chance. 
Often lunch time was the place 
to cram that extra little bit. 
Reading and outlining oc- 
cupied most students' time 
when they took time to study. 



The rigors of study eventually caught up with 
each student, especially when he chose to sit and 
study in the library lounge chairs. Despite the 
pressure of due class assignments, the power of 
sleep overcame most and the mind and the pencil 
frequently remained idle. 



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Dr. Reed H. Bradford 



LIBERAL ARTS 

EMPHASIZED 

INTERACTION 



88 



Dr. Reed H. Bradford, Dean of the Col- 
lege of Humanities and Social Sciences, 
is a member of the Utah Council on So- 
cial Welfare, co-author of Marriage and 
the Latter-day Saint, and review editor 
of Rural Sociology. He was advisor for 
the Army in 1948 and Regional Director 
of the Point Four program in Iran, 1951- 
1954. Most of Dean Bradford's leisure 
time is devoted to his family. Sharon, 
Marleen, Ralph, Mary and Ray are 



shown with him. A graduate of BYU, 
Dean Bradford received his MA from 
Louisiana State University, MA and PhD 
from Harvard University. A Foreign 
Language Festival with 3,000 partici- 
pants in the Inter-Mountain area is a 
project of the College of Humanities and 
Social Sciences, which endeavors to 
teach students to think clearly and to 
communicate effectively. A workshop in 
the structure of English language, a high 





The College of Humanities and Social Sciences was headed by Dean Bradford who 
was assisted by English Brace Clark, History Eugene Campbell, Languages Darrel 
Taylor, Sociology Joseph Symons, Psychology Robert Howell, Geography Robert 
Layton, and Political Science Mark Cannon as department chairmen. 



school publications workshop, a muni- 
cipal affairs seminar for townspeople, 
and a workshop on Utah history are 
some other projects sponsored by the 
college. In addition, the Ford Founda- 
tion granted $180,000 for a juvenile de- 
linquency research project. Each sum- 
mer, a workshop in foreign languages 
trains prospective teachers in newest and 
most effective teaching presentations. 




Dr. Bradford ( right ) was on hand to greet devotional speaker Elder Spencer VV. Kim- 
ball. The efforts of Dr. Bradford to instill honesty and integrity into the hearts of the 
students through friendly persuasion was evidenced by his appearance at all worth- 
while events, setting a high-planed example for his students. 



89 




The appreciation for a smiling, helpful nurse is realized only by the person who is a patient 
in the hospital. Students came in contact with nurses such as Namoni Loftus in the Student 
Health Center and other hospitals and doctors' offices in Provo during the school year. 





Dr. Beulah R. Allen 



The duties of a nurse are many and varied. The College of Nursing endeavored to teach stu- 
dents in nursing how important each duty was and how to perform it ably. Especially care- 
ful attention was paid to sterilizing the equipment. 



NURSES WERE 

APPRENTICED 

AT HOSPITAL 



90 




Dr. Beulah Ream Allen was appointed 
Dean of the School of Nursing last 
August. She has been hospital inspector 
for Utah nurses training schools, super- 
vising nurse of the LDS Hospital in Salt 
Lake, and physician in Palo Alto, San 
Francisco, and the Philippines. A World 
War II heroine, Dr. Allen, when captur- 
ed by the Japanese, was responsible for 



saving the lives of her fellow prisoners 
through medication. The School of Nurs- 
ing was established in 1952 and has a 
four year program of general college 
courses including fundamentals and 
comprehensive nursing, medical-surgical 
nursing, maternal-child health, psychiat- 
ric nursing and public health nursing. 
Students are trained at the LDS Hospital 



and Primary Children's Hospital in Salt 
Lake City and the Utah State Hospital 
and Utah Valley Hospital in Provo. They 
gain public health experience with the 
Provo-County Health Department. Mary 
Ellen Edmunds, a senior nursing student 
from Mapleton, was chosen as Utah Stu- 
dent Nurse of the year. 

91 




SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH 

ATTRACTED STUDENTS 

IN AGE OF ASTRONAUTS 



92 



Dr. Armin J. Hill 

Dean of the College of Physical and Engineering Sciences, Dr. 
Armin J. Hill, brought his vast experience in optics and engineering 
research to this position, which he has held since 1957. He com- 
pleted seven years of research as physicist for the Motion Picture 
Research Council in Southern California, 1950-1957. Results of this 
research have contributed features such as the Todd A-O Process, 
the new radio frequency lamp, improved projection equipment 
and three-dimensional motion pictures. 




The Carl F. Eyring Science Center served as the hub for activities and classes of the College of Physical and Engineering Sciences. 



The College of Physical and Engineering 
Sciences ranked with 90 other univer- 
sities in that the entire engineering cur- 
riculum had been approved by the En- 
gineer's Council for Professional Devel- 
opment. The Chemical Engineering De- 
partment's accreditation in the fall made 
the rating complete. This rating plus 
the fact that BYU offered a five 
year program towards a Bachelor's De- 
gree, put the Y engineering school as one 
of the top in the nation. BYU is one 
of only a dozen schools which offered 
the five year program. During the early 
spring, the College sponsored through 
the various engineering departments the 
annual Engineering Week. During that 
week the outstanding engineering stu- 
dents in the College were recognized 
and presented with an award. Each de- 
partment prepared several displays for 
public viewing in the Harvey Fletcher 
Engineering Lab Building. Persons who 
entered the Science Center lobby were 
impressed by the focault pendulum and 
the many displays of the Geology De- 
partment. Atop the four story structure 
was the aluminum domed observatory 
equipped with a powerful telescope. In 
addition, the Summerheys Planitarium 
welcomed thousands to its special shows 
about the universe. The College offered 
training in engineering, physics, chemis- 
try, mathematics, and geology. 




A popular meeting place on campus was the "fish bowl" in the Science Center lobby. Actually 
it was the enclosure in which the 175 pound brass ball swung on the 40 foot wire pendulum. 

93 




In long, round, slender, squatty prisms of glass students poured, mixed, stirred, and shook soluble, insoluble, salty mixtures in searching for the 
answer to a chemistry, physics, or organic problem. David Stewart intently fixed his attention on the problem at hand amidst the glass and steel maze. 




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Richard Vance computed figures and information he 
gained from the electronic equipment which stared 
mutely back at him. The Engineering College pro- 
vided equipment and modem laboratories for eager 
students with a will to learn and a desire to project 
themselves in the modem space age. 



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Bob Kenyon prodded a pinto gila monster which was caged in the Brimhall Building. This live specimen from the desert was one of many included 
in a display of present living organisms. Other displays included stuffed animals from around the world in addition to horticulture studies. 



The only live albino water snake known to exist at the 
time was handled by confident hands. The College of 
Biological and Agricultural Sciences encouraged sci- 
entific study through close observation of the living 
world around us. 





This coed along with other students in horticulture worked many hours observing the plants 
of nature unfold in controlled experiments. The greenhouses beside the Benjamin Cluff Botani- 
cal Building made it possible for the University to offer courses with practical lab application. 
These plants responded to the artificial light and the green thumb. 





AGRICULTURE 

SCIENCES 

WERE TAUGHT 



Department chairmen in the College of Biological and Agricultural Sciences included Horti- 
culture Ernest Reimschiissel, Botany Bertrand Harrison, Dean R. H. Walker, Agronomy Ray- 
mond Famsworth, Zoology D Elden Beck, Animal Husbandry Lawrence Morris, Bacteriology 
Richard D. Sagers, and Agricultural Economics Ivan L. Corbridge. 



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Dr. Rudger H. Walker 

A former U.S. Forest Service Conservationist 
and Dean of Agriculture at Utah State Univer- 
sity for 22 years, Dean Rudger Walker was a 
member of the Board of Trustees of Beirut 
University. He was a contract supervisor under 
the ICA to the U. of Tehran in Iran. Dean 
Walker was also a member of the U.S. National 
Committee for UNESCO and the American 
Council of Education on Instructional Projects 
Abroad. He was president of the Utah Acad- 
emy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters and was list- 
ed in "Who's Who in America," "Who's Who 
in the West," and "American Men of Science." 



The College of Biological and Agricul- 
tural Sciences under the auspices of 
Dean Rudger Walker offered a program 
in agriculture and biology which was 
supplemented by complete labs. Be- 
sides the University farm, students learn- 
ed modern agricultural techniques on 
the new student farm. A complete 
slaughter and meat packing plant was 
incorporated into the student farm. 
When the library facilities vacated the 
Grant Building, the college expanded its 



facilities to that space to meet the grow- 
ing needs of the students. Students who 
were studying in the pre-med courses in 
addition to the biological sciences learn- 
ed that over 90 per cent of the faculty 
in the college held a doctor's degree. 
Faculty members in the College were 
conducting research projects sponsored 
by the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, 
the National Institutes of Health, and 
the National Science Foundation. 



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STUDY, PRAYER 
ENCOURAGED 
IMONI 



Dr. David H. Yarn, Jr. has been Dean of 
the College of Religious Instruction since 
1959. Dean Yarn obtained three degrees 
in the course of his studies. He received 
his B A from B Y U in 1946, his M A 
in philosophy from Columbia U in 1949, 
and his Ed.D. in philosophy and educa- 
tion from Columbio U in 1958. As an 
author Dean Yarn has written several 
articles and books about LDS beliefs and 
doctrines. His most prominent books are 
"Faith in a Day of Unbelief ," "The Four 
Gospels as One" and "Modern Philoso- 
phy Versus Mormonism." 



The College of Religious Instruction was 
divided into five departments of aca- 
demic study: Bible and Modern Scrip- 
ture, Biblical Languages, Religious Edu- 
cation, Theology and Church Adminis- 
tration, and History and Philosophy of 
Religion. The College offered the fol- 
lowing degrees: Master of Arts, Master 
of Science, Master of Religious Educa- 
tion and Doctor of Philosophy. Dr. Dan- 
iel Ludlow was appointed director of 
the recentiy created Institute of Mor- 
mon Studies, a research foundation 
which will study the contributions of 
Mormonism to our society. 



98 



Every student on campus became in- 
volved with the College of Religious In- 
struction in that they were required to 
take two credit hours of religion every 
semester. A more secure knowledge of 
gospel principles helped to instill in the 
students a testimony of God and His son, 
Jesus Christ. Although most students at- 
tended religion classes in the Joseph 
Smith Memorial, many more found that 
their religion classes were scheduled in 
almost every other building on campus. 
Despite the diversity of areas, a unity in 
purpose and spirit was evident. 




Department chairmen discussed problems of instilling 11,000 students with a testi- 
mony of Christ. Bible and Modern Scripture Dr. Howard H. Barron, Biblical Lan- 
guages Dr. Ellis Basmussen, Religious Education Dr. Chauncey Riddle, Theology and 
Church Administration Dr. Rodney Turner, History and Philosophy of Religion Dr. 
Truman Madsen met frequently to coordinate the program. 




One of the outstanding faculty members 
in the College of Religious Instruction 
was Dr. Chauncey Riddle who came to 
BYU in 1952. Dr. Biddle was Bishop of 
the BYU Second Ward, BYU Second 
Stake. He was chairman of the Depart- 
ment of Religious Education. 



Dr. Daniel H. Ludlow was made director 
of the newly established Institute of Mor- 
mon Studies, lune 1, 1961. The Institute 
will conduct research in various areas of 
society to determine the affect of the 
unique contributions of Mormonism. 

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Dr. Wayne B. Hales 



ARTS CENTER 
DEVELOPED 
NEW SKILLS 



Author, physicist, church leader, Dr. 
Wayne B. Hales, Dean of the General 
College since 1958, has dedicated his 
life to youth. He has been in scouting 
for over fifty years and earned numerous 
awards and badges. As a tribute to his 
accomplishments in the field of physics, 
a room in the Eyring Science Center 
bears his name. Dean Hales has written 
Acoustics of the Salt Lake Tabernacle, 



Canyon Winds of the Wasatch, Essen- 
tiah of Photography, and Human Pro- 
gress Through Science. A BYU graduate, 
Dean Hales received his MA from the 
University of Utah and PhD from the 
California Institute of Technology. A 
former YMMIA General Board member, 
Dean Hales is president of BYU Stake. 
The General College is comprised of the 
Department of Industrial Education, the 



100 






The department chairmen in the General College included Business Technology Evan 
Croft, Technical Institute Ernest Jeppsen, Dean Wayne B. Hales, Engineering Tech- 
nology Albert Spencer, Skills Improvement Services Lynn Ravsten, and Industrial 
Education Ross McArthur. 



Technical and Semi-Professional Insti- 
tute, Provisional Registration, and Skills 
Improvement Service. Students are aided 
in contributing useful and productive 
lives to society through acquired skills. 
This year, industrial education majors 
and engineering technology students or- 
ganized a professional club featuring 
bi-weekly seminars and semester socials. 




Students enrolled in the General College could complete a two year technical course 
which prepared them for a profession in a highly skilled trade. They gained the 
benefit of the liberal arts classes which were required for their certificate. 

101 







Dr. Wesley P. Lloyd 



GRADUATES 

CONTINUED 

THEIR STUDIES 



Under Dr. Wesley P. Lloyd's capable 
two year leadership, the Graduate 
School has been expanded to include 
doctorate programs in 15 departments 
and masters programs in 42 depart- 
ments. The new graduate program in- 
itiated this year, which includes the 
husbands and wives of graduates in spe- 
cial discussion groups and sessions, is 
unique at BYU. Following the theme, 
"Social Responsibilities of Scholars with 
Graduate Degrees," the school invited 
speakers and panels to address the grad- 



uate studentbody. The Graduate School 
has membership in the U.S. Association 
of Graduate Schools and the Western 
Association of Graduate Schools. At the 
invitation of the Department of State, 
Dean Lloyd was consultant to univer- 
sities in Columbia, South America, last 
summer. This was the latest in his For- 
eign Consultant Program of educational 
projects in Europe and Asia between 
1952 and 1958. Dean Lloyd is a mem- 
ber of the National Association of 
Student Personnel Aclrninistrators, the 



102 




Utah Academy of Science, Arts, and Let- 
ters, past-president of the Utah Confer- 
ence on Higher Education, and chair- 
man of the Academic Council of West- 
ern Personnel Institutes. He has written 
Learning to Live, American Personnel 
and Guidance, and Student Personnel 
Services in Universities of the World. A 
present BYU Stake High Council mem- 
ber, Dean Lloyd is known for his short 
but inspirational sacrament talks. 




The Graduate School upheld the belief that through detailed research could a student 
begin to partake completely of his potential. Always encouraged to go on in sometimes 
blind faith, the student was taught that work and study go hand in hand, and perhaps 
no one will ever know what was contributed, except for a desire to better the world. 




A lab filled with human sweat and toil often produced only heartache, however, the im- 
quiring mind pushed beyond the pain and the passion into the realm of discovery. The 
Graduate School provided the tools of learning, and the student was invited to partake. 

103 




The Graduate Council included Robert J. Smith, Clawson Cannon, Secretary Julia Cherrington, Chairman Wesley Lloyd, Israel Heaton, Chauncey 
Riddle, Bertrand Harrison, (standing) Mark Allen, A. John Clarke, Eugene Campbell, Jay V. Beck, and Kenneth Cannon. 




Students gathered in classrooms during the evenings in order to use the blackboards in their study sessions to outline and formulate problems. 
104 




DEAN HAROLD GLEN CLARK 

HEADED EXTENSION SERVICES 

AND ADULT EDUCATION 



Dean Harold Glen Clark headed the Ex- 
tension Division. Under this department 
were included the Evening School, Sum- 
mer School, Adult Education and the 
Audio-V i s u a 1 Communictions. Dean 
Clark enjoyed working in his yard as a 
hobby to occupv his spare time. 

105 





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Clyde A. Parker, Assistant Dean and Director of Counseling Service 

Darrell Moses, Academic Standards 

Robert Gwilliam, American Indian Student Adviser 

Paul Felt, Coordinator of Student Activities 

Vem H. Jensen, Counseling Service, Acting Director 

Alma King, Discontinuance Interviews 

Ariel Ballif , Foreign Students Adviser 

Jean R. Paulson, Student Publications Representative 

Kenneth Lauritzen, University Standards 



Board of Publications included Eugene Lambert, Merve White, Frank Haymore, Edwin Butterworth, Paul Felt, Henry Heilesen, and Noel Duerden. 




106 










B. WEST BELNAP ASSUMED 
REINS AS DEAN OF STUDENTS 



Dean of Students B. West Belnap as- 
sumed his present position in the spring 
of 1961. He formerly was a department 
chairman in the College of Religion. 
Dean Belnap's love for young men and 
women has made him respected and 
esteemed by those who work with him. 

107 




Director of Summer School and Adult Education was Dean A. Peter- 
son. He was appointed to his position in 1958. He was previously ap- 
pointed as an assistant to President Harris and worked two years as 
associate registrar. Mr. Peterson served as the first public relations 
director of the University after serving as an economics adviser to the 
Iranian Government. He received his Doctor's degree from the Uni- 
versity of Southern California in Business Administration. Director 
of the BYU-Provo Campus Adult Education Center Robert Teichert 
helped inquiring persons formulate their study plans. Irene M. Webb, 
Supervisor of the Evening School, worked many hours completing de- 
tails in order to hold classes for over 1,000 evening school students. 







3 STAKES, 32 

WARDS MARKED 

LDS ACTIVITY 



The impact of the Church on the stu- 
dents and the campus was felt through 
the three organized BYU Stakes and 32 
wards. On every Sunday the student 
wards utilized nearly every campus 
classroom building in order to hold their 
regular Priesthood, Sunday School, and 
Sacrament meetings. On Tuesday eve- 
nings, the MIA of each ward conducted 
their activity filled programs. From the 
extremely serious religious meetings to 
the social fun parties, the members of 
each ward worked together to strength- 
en their testimonies and gain a greater 
faith in God. To the bishops called 
from among the faculty members to the 
auxiliary officers called from the stu- 
dentbody, the campus wards fulfilled 
in part the decree of Brigham Young 
when he sent Karl G. Maeser to found 
the Brigham Young Academy, which 
said, "I want you to remember that you 
ought not to teach even the alphabet 
or the multiplication tables without the 
spirit of God. God bless you." 



BYU Stake Presidency: (front) 1st Counselor 
Robert J. Smith, President Wayne B. Hales, 
2nd Counselor Raymond Beckham, (back) As- 
sistant Clerk M. Dallas Burnett, Clerk Lars 
Crandall, Assistant Clerk Don Engstrom. 

BYU 2nd Stake Presidency (front) 1st Coun- 
selor Phileon B. Robinson, President Clyde D. 
Sandgren, 2nd Counselor Nephi K. Kezerian. 
(back) Clerk Eldred A. Johnson, Assistant 
Clerk Karl Herde. 

BYU 3rd Stake Presidency: 1st Counselor Dean 
A Peterson, President William Noble Waite. 
Not pictured: 2nd Counselor Fred A. Schwen- 
diman, Clerk R. DerMont Bell, Assistant Clerks 
Ted Stoddard and ElVon S. Warner. 





m 



The MIA program of the campus wards beckoned 
students from their studies every Tuesday evening. 
The frequent dances were particularly popular. 



Students attended Mutual for spiritual and social 
enlightenment. Some nights special dance teach- 
ing sessions were held, while other nights, students 
just socialized. 



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110 




MIA drama directors accepted jobs with determination to 
produce plays of high caliber with make-up to match. 



The BYU 12th Ward presented a fashion show using men as 
the models. Needless to say, the show was a hit, though the 
models were not the shapeliest. 



Make-up experts worked overtime to make this fashion 
model (?) appealing to the viewing audience. 





Y ASSOCIATION 



80,000 ALUMNI 



The Alumni Association of Brigham 
Young University emphasized service to 
the graduates of the school. Only four 
vears in school and the rest of your life 
as an alumnus — marked the underlying 
reasons of the Association's existence. 
In the fall of 1961 the Alumni Associa- 
tion moved into a new building on the 
CTest of the hill. They expected dedica- 
tion services to be held on commence- 
ment day, May 25, 1962. An Emeritus 
Club with over 1600 members adopted 
as their permanent project to supply the 
new library with books. In order to 
reach the over 80,000 alumni scattered 
throughout the world, the Association 
sends the Alumnus Magazine. No dues 
are charged for the magazine and alum- 
ni receive it until they leave this life. 
The Association is in the process of com- 
piling biographical folders on all Alumni 
of BYU. These files will be available to 
anyone seeking information concerning 
graduates and students of BYU. Ray- 
mond Beckham, Executive Secretary, 
was a member of the National Association 
of Alumni executive committee. 



The lobby of the new Alumni Building was the 
hub of all alumni activities. In addition, the 
building was the center of training for the 
Language Institute for missionaries going to 
Spanish speaking countries. A campus ward 
also used the building for ward meetings. 
112 





Ronald Hyde directed the worldwide Alumni Association fund program. Executive Secretary of the Alumni Association was Raymond Beckham. 




Mr. Beckham and Mr. Hyde worked closely in the alumni program. The receptionist greeted Neil Coleman, assistant to the Alumni secretary. 



■ i I I H 1 1 ! 




B: n "■! z - 
■ - ■ ■ ■ 



The Alumni Association moved into their new building in the fall of 1961. They planned for the dedication during commencement on May 25, 1962. 

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DRAMA PRODUCTIONS 




TIME 
REMEMBERED 

DIRECTOR AND STAFF 



Director 
Designer 

Technical Director 
Costume Designer 
Music and Sound 



Preston Gledhill 
Charles Henson 
Robert Struthers 
Carol Michie 
Norman Tarbox 



CAST 
Amanda Rosalee Hanzsche 

Duchess of Pont-au-Rronc 

Karolyn Gam 
Theophilus, a butler Karl Pope 

Hector, a lord Tommy Stokoe 

The Taxi Driver Tony Feliz 

The Ice Cream Man Peter Christensen 
Prince Albert David Jacobs 

Ferdinand, a head water 

Peter Carkulis 
John Richards 
Robert Clark 
David Larsen, 
Jae Retz 
Stan Buell 



The Landlord 
The Ghilly 
Footmen and Waiters 



Gypsy Musicians 



Larry Shumway, guitar 

Melvin Stott, violin 

Ati So'o, vocalist 



The Brigham Young University Theatre 
presented "Time Remembered", a ro- 
mantic comedy by Jean Anoulh and 
translated by Patricia Noyes, from Oc- 
tober 18 through 21 in the Joseph Smith 
Auditorium. Director Preston Gledhill 
executed his ability in ably leading the 
actors in this nostalgic fantasy. Prince 
Albert, played by David Jacobs, discov- 
ered that he had fallen in love with a 
memory through Amanda, played by 
Rosalee Hanzsche. However, all ended 
on a happy note when Albert discovered 
that his love for Amanda was real. 



Amanda ( Rosalee Hanzsche ) asked the taxi 
driver (Tony Feliz) how she could find her 
way. Prince Albert ( David Jacobs ) and Aman- 
da listen to the chatter of the head waiter 
(Peter Carkulis). Amanda looks disdainful as 
the butler (Karl Pope) and two waiters (Jae 
Retz, Stan Buell ) wait to serve her. 



114 



SOLID GOLD 
CADILLAC 

DIRECTOR AND STAFF 



Director 
Designer 

Technical Director 
Costume Designer 
Music and Sound 



Morris Clinger 

Robert Struthers 

Charles Henson 

Carol Michie 

Norman Tarbox 



CAST 

Narrator 

T. John Blessington 

Alfred Metcalfe 

Warren Gillie 

Clifford Snell 

Mrs. Laura Partridge 

Amelia Shotgraven 

Mark Jenkins 

Edward L. McKeever 

Miss Logan 

A.P. 

U.P. 

I.N.S. 

Little Old Lady 

News broadcasters 



Dwight Brookfield 
Estella Evans 



Lynn McKinlay 

David Loughney 

Peter Carkulis 

Gerry Nibley 

Tommy Stokoe 

Lynne Harrison 

Charlotte Smith 

Cliff Cabanilla 

Lee Scanlon 

Ramona (Penny) Ashton 

Tom Bedford 

Tony Feliz 

Karen Keeslar 

Lynda DeRouen 

Bill Parker 

Lynn Beus 

Jae Retz 

Judy Fullmer 



Director Morris Clinger led a cast of 
able students in presenting the produc- 
tion of "Solid Gold Cadillac." The play 
was presented under the auspices of the 
Brigham Young University Theatre in 
the Joseph Smith Auditorium from De- 
cember 6* through 9. This play as writ- 
ten by Howard Teichmann and George 
S. Kaufman depicted the life of corpora- 
tion moguls who had their world upset 
by a stockholder who took an active in- 
terest in the affairs of the company, 
much to the delight of the audience. 



I.N.S. (Karen Kesslar) phones on news while 
Laura Partridge (Lynne Harrison) chatters on 
while Ed McKeever (Lee Scanlon) harumphs 
disapproval. McKeever exercises while Miss 
Logan (Ramona Ashton) holds the telephone. 
Blessington (David Loughney), Snell (Tommy 
Stokoe), Jenkins (Cliff Cabanilla), Shatgrav- 
en (Charlotte Smith), and Laura get together 
in surprise revealing scene. 




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MORE DRAMA PRODUCTIONS 



THE 
LARK 



DIRECTOR AND STAFF 



Director 
Set Designer 
Technical Director 
Costume Designer 
Music and Sound 



Harold I. Hansen 

Charles Henson 

Robert Struthers 

Carol Michie 

Norman Tarbox 



Warwick 
Cauchon 
Joan 

Joan's Father 
Joan's Mother 
Joan's Brother 
The Promoter 
The Inquisitor 
Brother Ladvenu 



CAST 

Ivan Crosland 

Jim Pinney 

Carol Lynn Wright 

Russell Jensen 

Nancy Bowen 

Steve Southwick 

David Larsen 

Tommy Stokoe 

John Robertson 



Robert de Beaudricourt 

Blaine Quarnstrom 
Agnes Sorel Sandy Shumway 

The Little Queen Jean Senf 

Charles, the Dauphin Tony Feliz 

Queen Yolande Corinne Pearce 

Monsieur de la Tremouille 

Grant Harrison 
Archbishop of Rheims Byron Hurst 



Captain La Hire 

Executioner 

English Soldier 

Scribe 

Monks and Soldiers 

Ladies of the Court 



Klint Stander 

Terry Hansen 

Christopher Lowe 

Max Robb 

Lee Gifford 

Vernon Jensen 

Karen Keeslar 

Janet Hofheins 

Linda Anderson 



The Brigham Young University Theatre 
presented "The Lark" by Jean Anouilh 
as adapted by Lillian Hellman. Dr. Har- 
old Hansen directed production in the 
Joseph Smith Auditorium on February 
14 through 17. The action of this serious 
drama centered around the trial of Joan 
of Arc, accentuating her convictions. 



The Dauphin (Tony Feliz) and Joan (Carol 
Lynn Wright) laughed together as they looked 
over the cards. A troubled trio and a stem 
Dauphin added to the drama build-up. 

116 





THE 




BOYFRIEND 


DIRECTOR AND STAFF 


Director 


Max Golightly 


Music Director 


Don Earl 


Choreography 


Diane Chatwm 




Karen Quarnstrom 


Sound 


Norman Tarbox 


Technical Director 


Robert Struthers 


Set Designer 


Charles Henson 


Costume Designer 


Carol Michie 


Publicity Art 


Alex Darais 


CAST 


Madame Dubonnet 


Gail Wade 


Polly 


Marilee Forsha 


Tony 


Jerry McCulloch 


Maisie 


Carol Larson 


Bobby 


David Jacobs 


Hortense 


Jeri Strong 


Fay 


Pamela Porter 


Dulcie 


Ariel Bybee 


Nancy 


Linda Anderson 


Marcel 


Robert Uzelac 


Pierre 


Gary McKnight 


Alphonse 


Klair Bybee 


Percival 


Julius Madsen 


Lord Brockhurst 


Noel Twitchell 


Lady Brockhurst 


Pat Kennedy 


Gendarmes 


James Maxwell 




Jay Baumgardner 


There were 11 people in the chorus, 


nine people in the 


choreography num- 


bers, and 11 people in the orchestra. The 


orchestra music was 


pre-recorded with 


guest players Karen 


Lynn, Rondo Jef- 


fery, and Susan Smith. 



Max Golightly directed the production 
of "The Boyfriend" which was held in 
the Joseph Smith Auditorium on March 
28 through 31. This musical comedy by 
Sandy Wilson was accepted very well by 
the audiences. The choreography and 
music were well done and had a touch 
of freshness. The final production of the 
B Y U Theatre was presented in May. 
It was "Cyrano de Bergerac." 



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EXPERIMENTAL PLAYS 




ARSENIC 

AND OLD LACE 



DIRECTOR AND STAFF 
Director Lael J. Woodbury 

Director of the revival 

Max C. Golightly 



Designer 

Technical Director 

Costume Designer 

Bookholder 

Painting 

Lighting 

Property 



Charles Henson 

Robert E. Struthers 

Anja H. de Sanchez 

David Jacobs 

Solomon Aranda 

Joe Nelson 

Ivan Crosland 



CAST 

Abby Brewster Carol Lynn Wright 

The Rev. Dr. Harper George Mangan 



Teddy Brewster 
Officer Brophy 
Officer Klein 
Martha Brewster 
Elaine Harper 
Mortimer Brewster 
Mr. Gibbs 
Jonathan Brewster 
Dr. Einstein 
Officer O' Hara 
Lieutenant Rooney 
Mr. Witherspoon 



Ray Jones 

Blaine Quarnstrom 

Arvid Willden 

Lucile Thorne 

JoAnn Buckley 

Gary Stewart 

David Jacobs 

Jed Richardson 

Roger Bale 

Dale Harris 

Jay Baumgardner 

Cliff Cabanilla 



The Brigham Young University Arena 
Theatre presented "Arsenic and Old 
Lace" by Joseph Kesselring on Septem- 
ber 19 through 23 in the Smoot Admin- 
istration Building. The entire action of 
the play took place in the living room of 
the Brewster home in Brooklyn. Dr. 
Lael Woodbury directed the cast of 
characters in an adept and skillful man- 
ner so as to produce the candid and chil- 
ling suspense included in the plot. The 
arena theatre productions were held in 
the Smoot Building in a specially con- 
structed theatre area. 



Cast members in "Arsenic and Old Lace" dra- 
matically acted out their parts in this revival 
of an old favorite. Max C. Golightly was res- 
ponsible for the direction of the revival. 



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THE LAMP 
AT MIDNIGHT 



DIRECTOR AND STAFF 



Director 


Gary L. Stewart 


Assistant Directors 


Diana Stewart 




Grace Ann Scanlon 


Lighting 


Lee Gifford 




Carol Michie 


Costumes 


Carol Michie 




Diana Stewart 


Sound 


J. C. Cook 




Grace Ann Scanlon 


Makeup 


Blaine Quarnstrom 




Jean Senf 


Special set desigr 


1 and construction 


Charles Henson and Robert Struthers. 


CAST 


Galileo 


Karl Pope 


Sagredo 


Roy Welty 


Polissena 


Marie Keeler 


Gepe 


Kim Jacobs 


Clerk 


Blaine Seamons 


Magini 


Bernell Berrett 


Sizzi 


John Berry 


Libri 


Graham Smith 


D'elci 


Stanley Hansen 


Del Monte 


Stanley Hansen 


Barberini 


J. C. Cook 


Viglienna 


Bernell Berrett 


Observers 


John Berry 




Graham Smith 




Kim Jacobs 


Bellarmin 


Waynet Boucher 


Clavius 


Blaine Seamons 


Carlo 


John Berry 


Francesco 


Graham Smith 


Major Domo 


Stanley Hansen 


Riccardi 


Bernell Berrett 


Firenzuola 


Lee Scanlon 


Dominican 


Kim Jacobs 


Inquisitor 


Blaine Seamons 


Torturer 


Wayne Boucher 


Mother Superior 


Karen Keeslar 



The Brigham Young University Experimental 
Theatre presented "The Lamp at Midnight" 
by Barrie Stavis in College Hall on March 22 
and 23. Gary Stewart directed the play as a 
thesis production. 




119 



YOUTHEATRE PRODUCTIONS 



THE ELVES 

AND THE 

SHOEMAKER 



DIRECTOR AND STAFF 



Director 
Set Designer 
Technical Director 
Costume Designer 
Sound 



Max Golightly 

Charles Henson 

Robert Struthers 

Gaylynn Sherratt 

T. M. Williams 



CAST 



Widget 

Gremlo 

Finella 

Shoemaker 

Shoemaker's Wife 

Karen 

Heckla 

Dame Margery 

Ursula 

Joan 

Rhoda 

Meg 

Tabitha 



Fred Stout 

Jeri Strong 

Marsha Beckham 

Wayne Shamo 

Janet Hofheins 

Barbara Bell 

Leah Byrne 

Winnie Chang 

Kathy Clarke 

Ann Sorenson 

Jackie Olsen 

Linda Huntzinger 

Marcia Halladay 



Brigham Young University Youtheatre 
presented the play production "The 
Elves and the Shoemaker" by Nora Tul- 
ly MacAlvay and Charlotte B. Chorpen- 
ning. The six performances were held 
in College Hall on lower campus on No- 
vember 9 through 11. The play was pro- 
duced by special arrangement with the 
Children's Theatre Press, Anchorage, 
Kentucky. Director Max Golightly liven- 
ed this production with spontaneity and 
fantasy spun together. The storybook 
sets helped the audience relive this 
childhood experience once again. 



Cast members of "The Elves and the Shoemak- 
er" gave convincing performances in the land 
of make believe and gingerbread when they 
acted out the plot. Elves added suspense to the 
puzzlement of the shoemaker and his wife. 

120 





JOHN 

HONEYMAN: 
SPY FOR 
WASHINGTON 



DIRECTOR AND STAFF 
Director Albert O. Mitchell 

Set Designer Robert Strutters 

Technical Director Charles Henson 

Costume Designer Carol Michie 



CAST 



John Honeyman 

Mary Honeyman 

Johnny Honeyman 

Jane Honeyman 

Hagar 

Nick 

Lot 

Jem 

George Washington 

Jeff 

Lt. Grant 

Lt. Payne 

Molly 

Jesse Wall 

Colonel Rahl 

Kraus 



Jeff Willis 

Lynda DeRouen 

Steven Peterson 

Nancy Mitchell 

Elinor Moss 

Ann Tippetts 

Farrell Lee 

Terry Hansen 

John Richards 

Michael Alley 

Robert Clark 

Ray Goodson 

Cheri Henricksen 

Merwin Biggs 

Gordon Dahlberg 

Douglas Warren 



"John Honeyman: Spy for Washington" 
was the second production of the year 
by the Brigham Young University 
Youtheatre. It was presented in College 
Hall on February 21 through 24. This 
production, directed by Albert Mitchell, 
took the audiences back to the Revolu- 
tionary War period in a very warm and 
light atmosphere. Adept stage and light- 
ing crews helped to create the mood 
which was set by the dialogue. This pro- 
duction as well as "The Elves and the 
Shoemaker" was presented especially 
to appeal to the younger audiences. 



Characters made a toast in the spirit of the 
approaching Christmas season. Washington 
received Jesse Wall in his office and later 
comforted Johnny and Jane Honeyman. 

121 




Front row: Don I. Earl, Nola Matthews, Linda Pratt, Jan Davis, Irene Andrus, Carol Taylor, Carol Larson, Kerrill Sue Rollins, Marilyn Ward, Susan 
Smith, Freda LeVar, Rita Neu, fioyd Hancock. Second row: Judy Simonds, Eleanor Capson, Carol Ann Torsak, Suzanne Sanborn, Elizabeth Ann Old- 



OPERA GROUP 

PRESENTED 

THE MIKADO' 



The Opera Workshop gave their big- 
gest performance in the fall when they 
presented the oriental production "Mika- 
do." Under the baton of returning 
director Don L. Earl, workshop mem- 
bers responded with beautiful singing 
and convincing acting for four nights. 
The cast held a party to celebrate their 
triumph after the final performance. 
Spring productions were limited to 
one-act operas. At the Collegium Musi- 
cum in the fall, several one-act operas 
included "The Telephone," "In A Gar- 
den," and "Sunday Afternoon." Opera 
Workshop members also participated in 
several combined concerts with other 
music groups on campus. 
122 




In the setting of an oriental garden, members of Opera Workshop presented the "Mikado 




royd, Elin Crnkovic, Deanne Hulshoff, Amy Lisonbee, Jeanne McKay, Laura Leavitt, Patricia Richards, Connie Kirkman. Back row: Owen Bronson, 
Kay Salmon, Kenneth W. Wilks, Julius R. Madsen, Roger L. Johnson, Duane Huff, David Kay Flake, Bill King, Al Hewett. 





Opera Workshop Director Don L. Earl 



Opera Workshop members presented the delightful comedy in opera, the "Mikado." 

123 



OPERA 

WORKSHOP 

PRODUCTION 



CONDUCTOR 

Conductor and Stage 
Scene Designer 
Costume Designer 
Technical Director 
Business Manager 
Sound 

Lighting 

Set Painting 

Properties 

Stage Manager 

Publicity 

Programs 

Ushers 



AND STAFF 

Director Don Earl 

Charles Henson 

Carol Michie 

Robert Struthers 

John Crooks 

Roy Richins 

Francis Boyer 

David Loughney 

Saul Aranda 

Suzanne Sanborn 

Lee Gifford 

John Crooks 

Suzanne Sanborn 

Thea Alexis 



CAST 
Pish-Tush, a noble lord Boyd Hancock 
Nanki-Poo, son of the Mikado 

Jack B. Morris 
Pooh-Bah, Lord High Everything 

Lee Scanlon 
Ko-Ko, Lord High Executioner Roy King 
Peep-Bo Mary Dennis 

Yum- Yum Lurlene LeVar 

Pitti-Sing Marilyn Fish 

Katisha, an elderly lady Judy Simmonds 
The Mikado of Japan Noel Twichell 
Orchestra consisted of members of the 
Symphony Orchestra and Concert Band. 
Opera Workshop members combined to 
portray the chorus of school girls and 
townspeople. 



The cast of the "Mikado" dressed in Japanese 
kimonas and sang and acted their parts in a 
Japanese garden setting. This Gilbert and Sul- 
livan musical proved to be popular with the 
standing-room-only audiences. 




124 




THE 
MIKADO 



The Brigham Young University Opera 
Workshop in conjunction with the Music 
Department presented the Gilbert and 
Sullivan Opera "The Mikado." It was 
presented in the Joseph Smith Auditor- 
ium on January 17 through 20. Dr. Don 
Earl conducted the cast of singers, orch- 
estra, and chorus. The setting of the 
opera is in the town of Titipu, Japan in 
the garden of Ko-Ko, Lord High Execu- 
tioner of Titipu. "Before the action of 
the opera begins, Nanki-Poo fled from 
the -court of his father, the Mikado of 
Japan, to escape marriage with an elder- 
ly lady, named Katisha. Assuming the 
disguise of a musician, he has then fal- 
len in love with a fair maiden, Yum- 
Yum; but he has been prevented from 
marrying her by her guardian, Ko-Ko, 
who wishes to marry her himself. Ko-Ko, 
however, has been condemned to death 
for flirting; and, when Act I opens, Nan- 
ki-Poo is hastening to the court of Ko-Ko 
in Titipu to find out whether Yum-Yum 
is now free to marry him." With the 
enticing plot arranged the music and 
song of the play wrapped a magic spell 
of laughter and mirth around the huge 
audiences which filled the Smith audi- 
torium to overflowing. The end of the 
Opera came when Nanki-Poo returned 
from the dead with his wife, Yum-Yum, 
to claim his position as the son of the 
Mikado. 



The comedy in the "Mikado" evoked laughter 
and radiated a warm feeling over the attending 
audiences each night. 

125 




Front row: Loleta Bailey, Phyllis Salman, Gwyn Howell, Darlene Moore, Jack Scott, John Swensen, Larry Weaver, Hon Halliday, Kay Carpenter, 
Loahnna Thornhill, Sandra Jarrell, Lynn Standard, Delayne Barrus. Second row: Beverly Reed, Judith Jacob, Melva Allred, Suzanne Swan, Dianne 
Dredge, Charles Potts, Marvin Stevens, Ken Van Wagenen, George Murdock, Dave Matthews, Sandra Coffman, Kathryn Cook, Solveig Johansen, 
Emery Moana Stone, Janet Allen. Third row: Sue Phoir, DeAnn Lundgren, Marie Kartchner, Katherine Rich, Peggy Thomander, Ferrel Roundy, 
David Koralewski, Elton Orton, Preston Larson, Michael Stewart, Michael Suzuki, Ginny Goodsell, Margaret Whitesides, Patricia Nielsen, Linda 



ORATORIO CHOIR 

IN CONCERT 

SANG ELIJAH 1 



Director 
Asst. Director 
President 
Vice President 
Secretary 
Social Chairman 
Publicity 
Accompanists 

Historian 
Photographer 

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John Halliday 

Richard Pixton 

Ken VanWagenen 

Joan Ellen Anderson 

Marilyn Stanley 

Ariel Bybee 

Sandra Jarrell 

Diane Roskelley 

Preston Larson 

Margaret Whitesides 

Mike Suzuki 



The Brigham Young University music 
department organized the BYU Oratorio 
Choir to perform major oratorios, re- 
quiems, and concert masses. The more 
than 80-voice choir performed in sever- 
al large musical events in their first year 
of existence. Choir members presented 
the two-hour long "Elijah" in the first 
part of the year under the baton of Di- 
rector John R. Halliday. The BYU Sym- 
phony Orchestra appeared with them on 
the program. For the Christmas Con- 
cert, Oratorio joined with the other 
music groups on campus to present a 
spiritually enlightening program. The 
45-minute 'Lord Nelson Mass" by Haydn 
was presented with the Central Utah 
Symphony Orchestra. Choir members 
were again called upon to perform when 
Oratorio joined the BYU Symphony to 



do the "Requiem" by Mozart. Choir 
members became better acquainted dur- 
ing the year at a hello party at the first 
of the year and later banquet firesides. 
Dr. John R. Halliday returned to cam- 
pus in the fall to assume directorship of 
the newly innovated choir. He had spent 
his previous years at BYU directing the 
Madrigal Singers. An interesting high- 
light of his experience in that tenure 
was when he took his group to sing at 
the White House for the President's wife, 
at that time Mrs. Eisenhower. Dr. Hall- 
iday had also served as chairman of the 
Department of Music previous to his 
sabbatical leave. Under his able baton, 
the Oratorio Choir has ably responded 
to become a very unique, polished group. 




Maughan, Joan Anderson. Fourth row. Carol Westover, Christine Lewis, Janeal Nelson, Karen Macdonald, Marie Denning, Jerry Cook, James Dills, 
Tommy Stokoe, Lynn Ballard, Henry Moffit, Daryl Cooper, David Foley, Mary Halliday, Karla Berrett, Meg Eikenbery, Deanne Hulshoff, Iva June 
Barrett. Back row: Lea Waddell, Valorie Schoenfeld, DeAnne Brown, Mary Kay Grow, Kathy Easton, Lee Workman, Clyde Blouer, Neil Thorpe, 
Richard Pixton, Roger Williams, Peter Christensen, Max Wright, Garth Norman, Marilyn Standley, Anne Farnsworth, Emerea Reeder, Kathee Reed- 
er, Alice Brooks, Lynne Hamilton. 








Oratorio Director John R. Hallidav 



Choir members practiced every day in class to sing the long musical pieces. 



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Front row: Nola Matthews, Marsha Benson, Helen Humphreys, Karen Rutter, Marjo Ylst, Sherry Mills, Bonnie Lauper, Connie Kirkman, Margie 
Weight, Tanja Larson, Carole Dawn Lee, Lynda Hamilton, Shawna Lynne Robison, Sharlene McMahon, Mona Andrus, Linda Klinger, Gail Mor- 
tensen. Second row: Birdie Stevens, Jeanette Wardell, Dora Glazier, Eleanor Capson ; Nancy Empey, Julia Nielsen, Wyn Brown, Clayne Robison, Ivan 
Briggs, Fred Traher, Phvllis Hellar, Jane Weaver, Bonnie Horrigan, Brenda Morrison, Dorothv Hansen, Julia Lawrence. Third row: Vera Butler, 



A CAPPELLA 

WENT ON TOUR 

TO CANADA 



The A Cappella Choir under the direc- 
tion of acting conductor Kurt Weinzin- 
ger made a tour through Idaho, Mon- 
tana, and Alberta, Canada, the first of 
spring semester. They presented five 
concerts which were termed to be very 
successful. The Choir also performed 
before the studentbody in special fall 
and spring concerts. They sang by in- 
vitation in wards throughout Utah and 
Salt Lake valleys. In December, they 
presented concerts in the Salt Lake high 
schools. The final highlight of the year 
was a concert held in April in the As- 
sembly Hall on Temple Square for 
Church and municipal authorities. 
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Michaelene Graessli, Virginia Briggs, Elon Mangelson, Anthony Earl, Lare Neilson, Tom Worlton, Carl Havens, Duane Huff, Alan MacWhinney, 
Toney Bentley, Charles Carlston, William Call, Roy King, Carol Nicholson, Judy Simonds, Marguerite Jost. Back row: Patricia Clyde, Patricia Pier- 
son, Peter Danzig, Gary Heiner, Blaine Watts, Roger McFarland, Gordon White, Bruce Terry, David Shepherd, Michael Van Wert, Ronald Pexton, Dick 
Jensen, Larry Slade, Christina Pokitis, Marcia Luke. 





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Acting Director Kurt Weinzinger 



Choir members and director Weinzinger posed for a moment during their Canadian 
tour early in the spring. 



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The Brigham Young University Chorale 
singing group was the largest choral 
group on campus. Auditions were not 
required for students to become a mem- 
ber of the chorus. The purpose of the 
organization was to provide an oppor- 
tunity for people who liked to sing. The 
nature of the chorus' musical numbers 
made it one of the more popular groups 
on campus. In the concerts they pre- 
sented, they featured familiar classical 
music pieces. Some of the major events 
they participated in included a special 
winter concert. Director Kurt Wein- 
zinger worked many hours with this 
coed- dominated group to raise the mus- 
ical ability of evervone involved. 



Bob Kremer President 

Rosanne Lindford Secretary-Treasurer 
Bruce Carter Social Chairman 

Alma Don McArthur Social Chairman 



CHORAL GROUP 

GAVE CONCERT 

IN SPRING 



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University Chorale director Kurt Weinzinger 



Front row: Bonnie Brich, Eloise Davis, Vonda Packer, Rebecca Heiniger, Merlynn 
Rasmussen, Iris Hodges, Eiben Jensen, Joanne Bertoch, Gail Adams, Joan Turner, 
Diane Barnett, Bonnie Wakefield, Priscilla Hall, Colleen Williams, Linda Love, Myrl 
Hoffman, Mary Kay Grimes, Sharon Ferris, Sharon Packer, Ann Kunz, Caroline 
Thompson, LoRene Whitney. Second row. Joyce Udy, Jeaneen Whittle, Nancy El- 
liott, Sharon Harline, Beverly Taylor, Denise Madsen, Karen Tobler, Bry Brown, 
Tosann Linford, Darla Patten, Dianne Bell, DaShel Evans, Jill Janstski, Nancy Young, 
Darelyn Servoss, Shauna Workman, Eloise Clegg, Joann McDaniel, Kaye Stanley, 
Sandra Nickles, Connie Simmons, Sharon Miner, MarGene Hubbard, Hanaye Wagsa, 
Bindy Boylin, Cheryl Hubbard. Third row: Sandra Loughton, Sharon Enos, Pamela 
Sharp, Sherry Schlegel, Diane Mendoza, Annette Abrechtsen, Pat Stuart, Dorothy 
May, Pat Felshaw, Ranae Stosich, Marva Mefferd, Linda Robertson, Ila Dye, Pat 
Anderson, Elaine Toone, Julia Harris, Jeanne Seeley, Sandra Eyring, Karen Jacobs, 
Gene Robbins, Linda Toronto, Barbara Mitchell, Imajean White, Margaret Peterson, 
RaNae North, Mary Ann Reynolds, Jaynie Furbee. Fourth row. Carolyn Patterson, 
Rhoda Goodwin, Mardonne Jones, Jeannine Madsen, Kay Coleman, Kathy Nowland, 
Pat Cheney, Jacloe Putman, Nan Cottam, Gay Ripley, Mary Kay Brady, Diane Flow- 
ers, Carmen Clark, Carolyn Astin, Julia Bell, Cludia Knobelsdorf, Darlene Harris, 
Karen Jones, Nadine Moem, Pat Ursenbach, Jonny Packer, Marcel Henderson, Fare- 
lyn Pond, Susan Heninger, Elizabeth Dahl, Ila Anderson. Fifth row. Louise Lindsey, 
Helen Butschet, Barbara Dunster, Susan Roberts, Merrilee Bourne, Kathy Reeve, 
Paige Holt, Marilyn Stewart, Claudia Green, Kathleen Johnson, Kathy Jones, Joan 
Higbee, Pam Martin, Luch Hicken, Linda Haslam, Joan Smith, Karen Heath, Sherri 
Auernig, Pamela Millet, Kathleen Van Leuven, Ann Christopherson, Gloria Gordon, 
Diana Kennedy, Shirleen Doney. Sixth row: Janice Brown, Cathleen Robins, Marlys 
Johnson, Vonnie Schayermeyer, Merlene Montague, Geraldine Olson, Mary Wanlass, 
Karren Malstrom, Carilyn Roberts, Nancy Thomas, Kathy Bateman, Cathy Roundy, 
Carolyn Bosil, Lynn Seaman, Gayle Maxwell, Kathryn Maug, Karen Hooper, Mary 
Burkhart, Phoebe Pendersen, Suzanne Hall, Marvell Carpenter, Viola West. Seventh 
row. Vernon Barrett, Robert Kremer, Reed Tumbow, Diane Shafer, Geri Pearson, 
Joyce Stevens, Ruth Toronto, Holly Thorstad, Elaine Gale, Connie Collins, Ilene Ol- 
son, Marsha Fox, Donna Stephens, Marvely Stander, Elaine Mohlman, Sylvia Cum- 
mings, Barbara LaPray, Ann Pugh, Rhett Gledhill, Joe Thornley, Bill Millet. Back 
row. William Homing, John Blachar, Ronald Hackett, Everett Pollard, Daryl Capps, 
David Rich, Ronald Wickman, Woody Dixon, Leland Walser, Bruce Carter, Beryl 
Loveland, John Hasek, Robert Petereit, Lloyd Brimhall, Carter Burke, Dennis Moffat, 
Mark Breinholt, David Hill, Archibald Sawyer, Lowell West. 

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Front row: Dale Nelson, Jim Barentine, David Williams, Gary Longmore, Clair Rawlins, Gerald Gehring, Herb Greer, John Christensen, Tom Vamey, 
Devon Hokanson, Glenn Kay. Second row. Douglas Rowley, James Sullivan, Marlowe Taylor, James Patton, Joseph Durfey, David Schrader, David 
Bush, Roger Hardy, George Harmon, Richard Harper, Leland Harper, Vemon Honda. Back row: Lynn Smith, Wayne Cowley, Douglas Christensen, 
Merrill Gee, Terry Johnson, Clint Robertson, Thayne Andersen, Rogee Rowley, Rubon Wistisen, Don Carpenter, David Ewell, Arthur Barnes. 

MEN'S CHORUS 

PERFORMED 

ON HALFTIME 



After two years of combining the Men's 
and Women's Choruses into what was 
known as Schola Cantorum, the music 
department again separated these two 
groups. The Men's Chorus under the 
direction of Maughan McMurdie pre- 
sented a concert in the Joseph Smith 
Auditorium early in the season. The 
Chorus also performed several times 
when devotional speakers appeared on 
the Wednesday assemblies. During the 
basketball season, they sang collegiate 
songs from across the United States dur- 
ing a halftime while Orchesis members 
danced to the melodies. The Chorus also 
held a social exchange with the Women's 
Chorus and several other social outings. 



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Mr. Maughan McMurdie directed both the 
Men's and Women's Choruses during the year. 
He directed each in special concerts and other 
various appearances. 





Front row: Elaine Bentley, Carol Aldredge, Jo Ann Nations, Carole Eitel, Linda Durfee, Tamera Whitesides, Sandra Lowther, Laura Lee Johnson, 
Suzanne Evertsen, Irene Hardy, Suzanne Hess, Jeri Strong. Second row: Ruth Butler, Anne Morrison, Jean Player, Jeanmarie Miller, Pat Shafer, Carol 
Holty, Suzanne Brown, Marilyn Church, Marilyn Dickson, Kay Thompson, Jane Steed, Donna Jolley, Karen Ann Brown, Linda Johnson, Jenean 
Moore. Back row: Jean McQueen, Kay Luekenga, Connie Larson, Connie Steadman, Delora Wright, Lyn Packer, Connie Christensen, Margie Salis- 
bury, Carolyne Poulton, Faye Harper, Nora Andersen, Marilyn Durfee, Julianna Hayes, Diane Gardner, Gail Wade. 




WOMEN SANG 
AT SPECIAL 



The Women's Chorus became a single 
entity again after two years of being 
joined with Men's Chorus in Schola 
Cantorum. Director Maughan McMur- 
die directed over 45 women who made 
up this chorus in concerts on campus 
and throughout Utah Valley. They gave 
a concert in the Joseph Smith Auditor- 
ium on a program shared by the Men's 
Chorus during the winter. They also 
performed during the West Sharon Stake 
Conference. At Easter time, the Women's 
Chorus combined with the other campus 
music groups to present a special con- 
cert. Members of the Women's Chorus 
joined with the Men's Chorus for a skat- 
ing party at Riverside Skating Rink in 
Provo. They also held other parties and 
firesides during the year. 



The Women's Chorus, under the direction of 
Maughan McMurdie, sang at devotional assem- 
blies when Church leaders came to speak. 

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Varsity band members formed cartwheel lines over the entire football field before moving into precise maneuvers to the rhythm of an old Civil War song. 



VARSITY BAND 

EXECUTED 

MARCH DRILLS 



The B Y U Cougar Marching Band ap- 
peared in the homecoming parade 
dressed in new grenadier-styled uni- 
forms. Later in the football season they 
hosted the Utah County Band Day with 
bands from over the entire state attend- 
ing. The band made a trip to Cor- 
valhs, Oregon when the team made then- 
final away from home stand. After the 
marching season was over, bandsmen 
concentrated more on concert work and 
pep songs for the basketball season. They 
played on several halftimes including 
one at the NCAA Western Regional 
Playoffs. They also played at the U of 
U -B Y U cancer benefit game. 



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Dixieland group "takes five" (measures) in a number during cougar band half time show 




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Varsity Band Director Richard Ballou. 



Band members marched down the parade route in their new blue uniforms. 



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Front row: Janet Henderson, Frances Ammons, Sara Fugal, Jan Reay, Cheryl Beck, Ann Rollins Patricia Holladay, Patricia Michaelson, Lynnette 
Bagley, Joan Merrill, Virginia Orr, Muriel Crofts. Second row. Lucille Evans, Jerry Hall, Anne Tyler, Sylvia Meyers, George Bumside, Lanny Britsch, 
Nancy White, James Engles, Beverly Noble, Lynn Robinson, Diane Wilcox, Robert Frankovich, Severin Johnson, Richard Gunn, Kay Thompson, 
James Kirkham, Kalle Jergensen, Irene Jex. Third row: Richard Ballou, James Maxwell, Richard Beeson, Karma Zeyer, Kit Wright, Stan Ashby, Jean 



CONCERT BAND 

PERFORMED 

AT PROVO HIGH 



The Brigham Young University Concert 
Band gave concerts in the fall and the 
spring in addition to a special concert 
at Provo High School. They participa- 
ted in the combined music department 
Christmas Concert and the Tri-Stake 
Musical Fireside in the spring. On the 
social side, the Concert Band members 
held a snow party with the Varsity Band 
members. Several culture nights were 
held with featured speakers who were 
noted in the field of music. On April 4, 
band members attended a banquet 
which honored outstanding members. 
The music department also awarded 
three and four year pins to members. The 
Concert Band was directed by Dick Bal- 
lou who stepped into the position while 
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Front row: President Larry Wright, Secretary Jean Hollingshead, Historian Jan Reay, Vice Presi- 
dent Stan Syphus. Back row: Social Chairman John Anderson, Special Services Chairman Ken 
Green, Stage Manager Fred Smith. 



Ralph Laycock was on sabbatical leave. 
Mr. Ballou was also director of the Var- 
sity Band and was intrumental in form- 



ing the Ys Men Band, a dance band, 
which has made several recordings and 
appeared at most campus dances. 




Hollingshead, Bart Mason, Stan Hall, John Anderson, Stan Syphus, Robert Bray, Fred Smith, David Butler, Vernon Bird, Newell Dayley, John Ros- 
kelley, Paul Halverson, Dan Brough, Lou Slater, Barbara Eicke, Kenneth Green, Jack Campbell, Anita Nielson. Back row: Almy Hollis, Robert Henrie, 
Marian McCarty, Arthur Barnes, Jeanette Clark, Steven Hicks, Jackie Johnston, Fred Tompkinson, Michael O'Brien, Richard Young, Dillon Inouye, 
Garth Harker, Larry Wright, Carson Sharp. 





Acting Director Richard Ballou 



Richard Ballou directed a summer festival for students in the Theater of the Pines. 

137 




Front row. Karen Lynn, Signe Hale, Sundy Snedger, Carol Jean Christensen, Julia Lawrence, Rose Higbee, Todd Britsch, Loya Vance. Second row. 
Rondo Jefferv, Paulette Olsen, Kaye Priday, Sandra Lamm, Janet Henderson, Diane Roskilley, Frances Ammons, Cheryl Beck, Merlene Britsch, 
Jeaneen Merrill, John Lambert, Janet Branson. Third row. M. Dale Parry, Linda Luckau, Barbara Hunt, Peggy Wheelwright, David Thayne, Marvin 
L. Gay, Bro Boss, Virginia Orr, Carol Ostlei, Sherlene Hall. Fourth row. Linda Green, Julie Malouf, Larry Shumway, Ilene Wardle, Teri Kiholm, 
Melvin Stott, Lvnn Robinson, Beverly Noble, Diane Wilcot, Robert Frankovich, Larry Bastian, Mevell Dayley, Fred Smith, Tracy Rollins, Paul 
Christensen, Noel Brown, Sharron Ogden. Back row. Mel Petersen, Annette Morley, Nanette Rowley, Barrie Goulding, Brenda Darling, Carolann 
Lambert, Leon Badhom, Carson Sharp, Larry Wright. 



Y ORCHESTRA 
WENT ON TOUR 
TO CALIFORNIA 



Todd Britsch 
Rondo Jeffery 
Loya Vance 
Julie Malouf 
Julia Lawrence 
Rose Higbee 
Paul Christensen 
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President 

Vice President 

Secretary -Treasurer 

Historian 

Social Chairman 

Property Manager 



The Symphony Orchestra of Brigham 
Young University under the baton of 
Lawrence Sardoni performed at several 
major campus events during the school 
year. The first active appearance of the 
orchestra was with the combined music 
groups of campus in the annual Christ- 
mas Concert. Again at Easter time, the 
symphony joined these groups for the 
Tri-Stake Easter Musical Fireside. One 
of the firsts by the group was when they 
performed faculty member Robert Cun- 
dick's "Full House" at their annual 
spring concert. The Symphony was 
called upon to play for the Gilbert and 
Sullivan "Mikado" in conjunction with 
the Opera Workshop. The highlight of 
the musical season on campus saw the 
Symphony and Oratorio join together 
to present the massive production "Eli- 



jah." The Symphony Orchestra went on 
their annual spring concert tour present- 
ing concerts in St. George, Utah; Hen- 
derson, Nevada, and Fontana and Fres- 
no, California. Members also attended 
several culture nights in which noted 
people in music on campus and off were 
featured. The BYU Symphony Orches- 
tra is proud of the record of their Alum- 
ni who have become members of the 
Utah Symphony. Former Concertmaster 
Merrill Johnson transferred to the Uni- 
versity of Utah so he could participate 
in the Utah Symphony practices and 
concerts. Ironically he became Concert- 
master of the University Symphony also. 
Merrill's sister, former Concertmistress 
of the Y Symphony also participated in 
the Utah Symphony Orchestra under 
the baton of Maurice Abravanel. 






Symphony Director Lawrence Sardoni 



The Symphony Orchestra performed with the Oratorio Choir in presenting "Elijah." 

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Front row: Charlene Crouch, Robert Oliphant, Carol Ann Jones, Suzan Jacobs, Elaine Ralph, Helen Hawkins, Connie Whitehouse, Dwaine Goodwin. 
Second row: Helen Beaman, Karen Marie Firmage, Kathy Sinclair, Charlotte Johnson, Jerry Ellingson, Jan Avati, Evelyn Croft, Barbara Ann Graff, 
Ida Jean Taylor, Saundra Richards, Glenda Gardner. Third row: Nanie Nordrum ; Darlene Godnick, Sharon Faye Johnson, Janet Hibbert, Pat Cheney, 
Mary Beth Arbon, Carol Allen, Barbara Holt, Diane Chatwin, Ron Lindsay. Back row: Wendy Stine, Janet Stevens, Linda Vernon, Marilyn Hack- 
ing, Karen Quamstrom, Sue Larson, Sally Steimle, Francis Williams, Sue Ebbert. 



ORCHESIS AT Y 

PRESENTED 

SPRING SHOW 



Orchesis was organized to encourage 
the art of dance. Members of Orchesis 
were only admitted after auditions for 
membership. During the year, members 
participated in several assemblies and 
musical programs. Several of the major 
productions included the play "The Boy- 
friend," N.C.A.A. western regional bas- 
ketball playoffs halftime show of "West 
Side Story," and a special assembly with 
Theta Alpha Phi. Beacuse Orchesis is 
affiliated with the national organization, 
they must maintain the quality of their 
dance program. 



When Orchesis presented their concert, the 
vivid costumes and happy dancers won the 
audience completely over to their side. 

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Front row: Marilyn McMeen, Robert H. Ballard, David John Stosich, Judy Law, Floyd E. Breinholt. Second row: Janis Hirst, Diane Gritton, Dawn 
B. Albach, Katherine L. Harding, Linda Hall, Marguerite Thomas, Dorothy Higginson. Third row: Joan Baker, Arlene Shepherd, Sherrylee Baudy, 
JoAnn Fitts, Lynn Strange, Sandra Anderson, Dyanne Law, Karlene Kelley. Back row: Allen K. Reinhold, Alan B. Cheney, Ted R. Bell, Tony Tay- 
lor, Ron Burda. 



The Art Guild was organized to give 
art students a more meaningful exper- 
ience with the art department. Each 
week a member's work was exhibited in 
addition to holding special technique 
workshops. Art Guild initiated an em- 



gest event of the year was the annual 
spring art show which featured student 
work. Scholarships and prizes were 
awarded by the university to the out- 
standing exhibitors. Social activities for 
the Art Guild included breakfast parties, 



ART GUILD 
SPONSORED 
ARTISTS' WORK 



blem to wear on art smocks. The big- sketching parties, and trips to galleries. 




Y DEBATERS 
WON TROPHIES 
IN TOURNEYS 



Brigham Young University debaters tra- 
veled several times across the nation to 
participate in over 20 debate tourna- 
ments. Although they never copped the 
title to any of the major tournaments 
this year, they did have a very success- 
ful year by settling for several second 
and third place spots. A women's duet 
competed in the national West Point 
tournament in April. 






These debaters worked many hours in order 
to garner several trophies throughout the na- 
tion in debate tournaments. They participated 
in every major debate tourney across the land. 



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Front row. Joan Warner, Gloria Hull, Judy Bachman, Vicky Ann Hatch, Ingrid Thomson, Beverly Berry, Reba Keele, Sally Kirkham. Second row: 
George Mangan, Carol Larsen, Linda Harris, Ann Nichols, Evan Durfey, David S. Howard, Richard D. Emmot, Marden G. Dixon, Ronald Hellings, 
Larry Eastland, Anita Brownlee, LaDei Anderson, Verna Harris. Back row: Steve Davis, Ned Ashby, Donouan Davisson, Jeff Nye, Larry Storrs, La- 
mond Mills, Wayne Shamo, Byron Davenport, Steve Van Dyke, Robert Boren. 




FORENSICS 
STIMULATED 
ACTIVE DEBATE 



Executive Council 



Robert Boren 
George Mangan 
Larry Storrs 
Steve Van Dyke 
Joan Warner 
Verna Harris 



Coach 

Assistant Coach 

Student Manager 

Assistant Manager 

Publicity 

Secretary 



The Forensics Executive Council included Assistant Coach George Mangan, Manager Larry 
Storrs, Publicity Manager Joan Warner, Secretaries Sally Kirkham and Verna Harris, 
Assistant Manager Steve Van Dyke, and Coach Robert Boren. 




Ned Ashby, Steve Davis, Sally Kirkham, Reba Keele, Ingrid Thomson, Byron Davenport, 
Steve Van Dyke, and Joan Warner displayed trophies won by forensics teams. 



The Brigham Young University Foren- 
sics Association competed in debate 
tournaments at Harvard, Northwestern, 
Idaho State, and West Point Academy. 
Coach Robert Boren, former B Y U stu- 
dent, came from Purdue to assume his 
position. Assistant coach George Man- 
gan from Dodge City, Kansas helped 
guide team members to a successful de- 
bate season. Through participation in 
over 20 debates during the year, the 
B Y U Forensics Association made many 
first contacts for BYU The highlight 
of the debate season was when Sally 
Kirkham and Reba Keele copped top 
honors in the western regional West 
Point tournament. They traveled to the 
Academy to compete in national finals. 



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UNIT COUNCIL 
COORDINATED 
ALL EVENTS 



The Inter-Organizational Council exist- 
ed as the self-governing body of all stu- 
dent organizations on campus — social, 
service, honorary, departmental, and 
geographical. Each group of organiza- 
tions maintained a council to take care 
of problems which were unique to their 
situations. The IOC maintained a judi- 
cal system in order to prosecute units 
violating IOC constitution rules and 
by-laws. The body of I O C members 
were surprised when they attended fall 
leadership conference at Jackson Hole, 
Wyoming, and learned that social units 
would not be continued after May, 1962. 
Elder Howard Hunter of the Board of 
Trustees made the announcement and 
asked all unit members to abide by the 
Board's decision. Despite efforts to com- 
ply, the feelings and emotions of re 
turning students to campus welled up to 
a big "WHY?" However, after consider- 
ing the final decision, most social unit 
members accepted the impending doom 
of their organizations. Each event was 
considered in the light of being the last, 
and so campus life proceeded at the 
usual pace with perhaps a tinge of nos- 
talgia pervading the air. 



The communication center of I O C activities 
was the pigeon-hole offices of all campus 
organizations. Reaching hands grasped every 
day for anything which might be left — includ- 
ing unpaid bills. 

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Merve White of Highland 
Home, Alabama served as pres- 
ident of the IOC Council. 
Merve was a member of the 
Intercollegiate Knights Service 
Unit and was selected as ad- 
ministrative assistant to ASBYU 
President-Elect Dave Stone. 



Bricker Ralph Pinlayson of 
Seattle, Washington served as 
vice president of the Inter-Or- 
ganizational Council. Ralph 
was majoring in English. 



The Executive Council of IOC 
met often to discuss the prob- 
lems which existed among the 
various member organizations. 
The Council consisted of Karo- 
lyn Jackman, Ralph Finlayson, 
and Merve White. 



IOC Cabinet members includ- 
ed Merve White, Ralph Finlay- 
son, Tucker Collings, Karolyn 
Jackman, and Bob Church. 



Karolyn Jackman of Chandler, 
Arizona served as IOC secre- 
tary. Karolyn was previously Y 
Calcares Service Unit Presi- 
dent. She was a member of 
White Key and Arizona Club. 



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Helen Famsworth, President 



ALCYONE WON IN HOMECOMING 




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Sandra Alvord 
Sandra Anderson 
Carol Beckstead 
Bonnie Bliss 
Carole Clynick 



Marilyn Deem 
Jean Gallagher 
Pat Gray 

Kathryn Kuykendall 
Linda Losee 



Portia Nielson 
Sally Peterson 
Anna Prins 
Donna Sass 
Dahnelle Bower 



Marilyn Stewart 
Dale Stirling 
Joan Warner 
Marjorie Whitehead 
Sharon Yancey 



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Alcyone members and dates attended the invitational dance themed "Celestial Jewels." 



Helen Farnsworth 
Charlotte Smith 
Pat Gray 
Sharon Young 
Portia Nielsen 
Linda Losee 



President 
Vice President 
Social Chairman 
Secretary 
Treasurer 
Historian 



BANYAN 147 D 15 ems 10 cal on 12 
Alcyone Social Unit began the year with 
a weekend of activities scheduled 
around the theme "Star Daze." During 
homecoming festivities, the Alcyone- 
Val Hyric-Nautilus float was awarded 
the sweepstakes trophy at the football 
game halftime. The first of several tra- 
ditional events was the Alcyone-Briga- 
dier Invitational called "Celestial Jew- 
els." Alcyone members presented a fash- 
ion show, had a buddy party, and passed 
the rose whenever anyone became pin- 
ned or engaged. Several exchanges were 
held with men's social units. The first 
was held with Val Hyric, one with 
Athenian, and another with Brigadier. 
The final major event of the year was 
the annual dinner dance which marked 
the dimming of the Alcyone star on 
campus. 



Alcyone and Brigadier members held a ship, 
wreck party during the year. Cans of silver 
spray paint were used to cover the people who 
rode the sweepstakes winning float built by 
Alcyone-Vai Hyric-Nautilus Social Units. 




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Doyle Seely, President 



MEN OF ATHENS HELD DIXIE BALL 




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Scott Bergeson 
Bevan Richardson 
Franklin Daniel Bingham 
Pat Bowen 
Allen Brown 



Alan Cassell 
Brent Clark 
Darold Francis 
Roger Dupaix 
Richard Eckfield 



Jerry Frame 
Frank Gillespie 
Howard Hill 
Rnss Homer 
Charles Jenkins 



Jim Johnson 
Benny Knudsen 
Jon Lawson 
Robert Lee 
Haws Marble 



Howard McKean 
Clarence Peterson 
Jim Schilling 
Harold Scholes 
Gary Sepulveda 



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Douglas Shaw 
William Shehan 
Richard Taylor 
Edward Wells 



Allen Westenskow 
William Wooton 
Marvin Wrigley 




Doyle Seely 
Howard Hill 
Doug Shaw 
Haws Marble 
Jim Johnson 
Richard Taylor 
Jim Schilling 
Bill Wooton 
Joey Westenskow 



President 

Vice President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Social (Fall) 

Social (Spring) 

Sgt. at Arms 

Publicity 



The Athenian Social Unit started their 
activities with Di Chi Social Unit when 
they built a float for the homecoming 
parade. The unit sponsored Pat Quinn 
in the homecoming queen contest. Ath- 
enian firesides included several with 
Lynn McKinlay as speaker. During 
the year, unit members attended ex- 
changes with Cougarettes, Cami Los, O. 
S. Trovata, Tokalon, and Val Norn. 
Athenians and their dates danced at the 
"Royal House of Athenian," a traditional 
dance. The annual Dixie Ball was held 
in Memory Grove in Salt Lake City. Ac- 
tive in the intramural program, Athen- 
ians captured second place in the All- 
School flag football finals. In basketball, 
they advanced to the finals but did not 
make the top flight. Unit members ac- 
tive in student government included 
Senior Class President Scott Bergeson 
and Senior Senator Haws Marble. The 
Athenians sponsored this year's IK 
Duchess. 



The Athenian paddle sessions became a tra- 
dition of the past when university rulings dis- 
banded social units at the end of the year. 
Athenian members enjoyed the facilities of 
the lake often during years gone by. 





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Judy Fischer, President 



AZYAN TZATA HELD EXCHANGES 




Sherrill Benzley 
Beverly Bonham 
JoAnne Braigh 
Shirley Cox 
Anna Daines 



Marilyn Gardner 
Doretta Gielins 
Joyce Goodwill 
Sylvia Hatch 
Nadine Hoem 



Judy Johnson 
Mary Jones 
Judith Lambert 
Connie Larson 
Gwen Leavitt 




Linda Loughten 
DeAnn Lundgren 
Merlene McGee 
Jeanne Merrill 
Susan Ongman 



Kay Paskett 
LaNila Robertson 
Joan Robinson 
Sandi Sandiin 
Myrtle Shumway 



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Joann Smith 
Helen Visick 
Peggy Wheelwright 
Joy Williams 




Judy Fischer President 
DeAnn Lundgren 

Culture Vice President 
Jeanne Merrill Social Vice President 

Peggy Wheelwright Secretary 

Sherill Benzley Treasurer 

Helen Visick Historian 



Azyan Tzata Social Unit had been in 
existence only two years when the deci- 
sion of the Board of Trustees was de- 
livered calling for the abandonment of 
social units on campus. Azyan Tzata 
members worked with Kappa Debs on 
their homecoming float and won honor- 
able mention in the originality category. 
Several exchanges were held during the 
year which included a swimming party 
at the Riverside Country Club with the 
Vikings, a Halloween costume-midnight 
show party with the Brigadiers, and an 
ice skating-tubing party with the Val 
Hyrics. Unit members attended the All- 
Social Unit Christmas dance. Included 
in the many activities were the annual 
slmber party and passing of the rose. 
Songfest audiences heard A. T. sing 
their song "Prayer for Tomorrow." The 
final dinner dance of "Golden Memo- 
ries" was held at the Cottonwood Coun- 
try Club in Salt Lake City. Member 
Sherrill Benzley was second attendant 
to the homecoming queen. 



Azyan Tzata members made it a practice to 
throw newly pinned or engaged girls in the 
unit into the watery depths of the botany 
pond. At an informal gathering, unit members 
socialized together. 




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Flapper-day girb and fellows invaded the campus for another Viking venture— a 
movie about the color, conventions and customs of the 1920 era. 





The Cougarettes prepared for a season of precision 
and routine in their performances. 



The Cougarettes, the freshman marching unit, toasted new 
members at their formal initiation ceremony. Chosen each fall, 
Cougarettes add color to half-time shows at basketball games. 



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The transition of Friday assemblies from social unit productions to performances of 
other groups was marked by international flavor such as the rhythmical rituals of 
the islands presented in a Polynesian assembly. 




Sitting and sipping, couples listened to the lingering 
strains of a song at the Goldbricker invitational. 



Wet and bedraggled Di Chi Sorores girls underwent dunkings 
by fellow students who threw balls at a lever device attached 
to a spring board in the Di Cbi-Brigadier carnival booth. 






David Larsen, President 



BRIGADIERS DUNKED COED DOLLS 



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Stephen Adams 
Frank Blair 
Douglas Banks 
Howard Buckley 
Jim Christensen 



Dave Dewey 
Heber Dunn 
Larry Eastland 
Robert Hall 
Bill Hamilton 



Kent Hansen 
Edwin Hatch 
Nyman Jensen 
Carl Jones 
Marlynn McKinnon 



Wesley Leishman 
Kenneth Merrill 
David Nelson 
Richard Olsen 
K. Lynn Paul 



Robert Paxton 
Chris Pixton 
Kenneth Reed 
Max Robb 
Forest Smith 



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Kevan Smith 
Dewey Smouse 
Hal Taylor 
Blaine Watts 
Floyd Wells 



David White 



President 

Vice President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Social Chairman 

Historian 

Sgt. at Arms 

Athletic Chairman 



David R. Larsen 
Howard Buckley 
MarLynn McKinnon 
Heber Dunn 
Kent Hansen 
Ed Hatch 
Dick Olsen 
Woody Smith 



Brigadier Social Unit members met to- 
gether to promote understanding, fel- 
lowship, and advancement. Brigs spon- 
sored the Dunk-a-Doll booth at the Cou- 
gar Days Carnival. They built their 
homecoming float with Tokalon Social 
Unit, and sponsored Judy Johnson and 
Jackie Cole as homecoming queen can- 
didates. In January members danced 
under "Celestial Jewels" at the Briga- 
dier-Alcyone invitational. In the Belle 
of the Y contest, Brigadier sponsored 
Karla Toland won the title of second at- 
tendant. Snow Carnival judges awarded 
first place to the unit's rendition of an 
astronaut landing in the Alps. The tra- 
ditional Bowery Brawl was held in 
March and followed later by an impres- 
sive dinner dance at the Oakridge Coun- 
try Club. During the year, the Brigs held 
a Halloween Party with Azyan Tzata, 
shipwreck party with Alcyone, snow 
party with Di Chi, and attended the 
Four Freshman Concert with Tokalon. 



Brigadier members chose Karen Seeley as 
Brigadier Sweetheart. When rigors of aca- 
demic study became too great, Brigadiers 
joined with Alcyones in an exchange which in. 
volved a "shipwreck" theme and an Hawaiian 
refreshment. 




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Toni MacDonald, President 



CAMI LOS CLAIMED 'BELLE' SALLY 





Kelly Ashby 
Sue Bailey 
Karen Beers 
Rebecca Bentley 
Karen Campbell 




Beverly Crofts 
Carolyn Croxton 
Sharon Cusick 
Shirley Cutler 
Carol Dana 



Kerry Doyle 
Deanna Earl 
Joyce Elton 
Sue Emmett 
Tamara Evans 



Sue Felts 
Mary Ellen Fife 
Marilyn Griffith 
Sally Hale 
Sherry Hale 



Phyllis Hansen 
Ann Hastings 
Lynn Jefferies 
Myrna Krause 
Pat Kunz 



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Shari Wignall 
Nancy Leishman 
Linda Manning 
Bobbi McFarland 
Linda Mason 



Marlene Monson 
Judy Mortenson 
Nancy Neilson 
Jackie Olson 
Colleen Powelson 



Connie Sant 
Linda Smoot 
Debra Talley 
Janet Taylor 
Pat Taylor 



Jane Wagstaff 
Joan Wagstaff 




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Toni McDonald 
Marlene Monson 
Nancy Leishman 
Carol Dana 



President 

Vice President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 



Cami Los members gathered informally at a slumber party to spend the night talking . . ! 



Cami Los Social Unit members began 
the school year with a welcome back 
party. During homecoming activities, 
Cami Los worked with Viking Social 
Unit in building a float. They also spon- 
sored Marilyn Griffith in the queen con- 
test. Marilyn won first attendant spot 
next to Queen Julie Bagley. Cami Los 
held two exchanges with Athenians in 
addition to exchanges with Vikings, Val 
Hyrics, Brickers, and Tausigs. Members 
and their dates went to a real western 
party in Orem during fall semester. 
Spring semester meant the final prepara- 
tions for the traditional songfest and the 
annual dinner dance. Cami Los mem- 
bers who participated in studentbody 
affairs included songleaders Tamara 
Ashby, Marilyn Griffith, and Bobbie 
McFarland. Joan Wagstaff was elected 
Jr. Class Secretary. Belle of the Y Sally 
Hale was also selected to be Val Hyric 
Dream Girl. Sherry Hale vied for na- 
tional I K Queen honors after winning 
Gold Y Chapter's Duchess contest. 




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Sandra Johnson, President 



DI CHI STUDIED, DANCED, PARTIED 



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Sue Evans 
Luanne Bean 
Barbara Bell 
Beverly Connolly 
Marylin Curtis 



Jeanne Denny 
Carolyn Doxey 
Julie Foley 
Janis Francis 
Bonnie Horrigan 



Suzanne Hulbert 
Dixie Jenson 
Maxine Jensen 
Sandra Johnson 
Ann Laker 



Elsie Lawson 
Andrea Leavitt 
Earlene Michaelson 
Susan Paaso 
Lynn Pinkston 



Vicki Rider 
Donna Robinson 
Julia Summerhays 
Judy Teglasey 
La Juana Warthen 



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Di Chi members and their dates attended the 
annual invitational which was held in "Lotus 
Land." Refreshments were served at low tables 
and were eaten with chopsticks. 







Sandra Johnson President 

Marge Sabine Vice President (Fall) 
Earlene Michaelson Vice President 

(Spring) 
Jan Francis Secretary 

Ann Laker Treasurer 



Dilectus Chi Sorores Social Unit engag- 
ed in many activities during the school 
year. They participated with Athenian 
Social Unit in building a float for home- 
coming parade. Di Chi members partic- 
ipated with Val Hyric and Athenian units 
in social exchange parties. Probably the 
most common occurence in Di Chi meet- 
ings was the passing of the candle to an- 
nounce the pinning or engagement or 
going steady of a unit member. Di Chi 
member Marcia Jonkey was a semi-final- 
ist in the homecoming contest. Six Di 
Chi members were in the semi-finalist 
round of the Belle of the Y contest. Sal- 
ly Kirkman was a member of the BYU 
Forensics and Debate team achieved 
many honors during the year. The high- 
point of this Di Chi member's year was 
when she and her debate partner won 
the right to participate in the finals of 
the West Point Debate Tournament of 
Champions held at the Academy. Di 
Chi members were anticipating a tenta- 
tive overnight dinner dance to be held 
at Solitude Ski Lodge. 



Di Chi and Athenians built the white columned, 
glittering red-foiled float depicting the evolu- 
tion of women's power over men. 





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David Stone, President 



BRICKERS WON STUDENT OFFICES 




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Donald Asay 
Lannie Britsch 
Todd Britsch 
Richard Bromley 



Lewis Ted Cowley 
David Davidson 
Michael Dean 
Jerald Dixon 
Ray Egan 



Ralph Finlayson 
Ralph Garn 
Richard James 
Doug Jensen 
Robert Liljenquist 



Norm Nielsen 
Clayne Robison 
Brent Sperry 
Clark Stringham 
George Sundal 



Swen Swensen 
Tony Taylor 
Richard Thatcher 
Gary Tipton 
Byron Todd 



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Goldbrickers and OST sponsored the "Return 
to Paradise" Invitational. The guests were fas- 
cinated by the punch-spouting fountain that 
decorated the buffet table. 




David Stone 
Richard James 
Todd Britsch 
Tony Taylor 
Gary Tipton 



President 

Vice President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Sgt. at Arms 



The Goldbricker Social Unit worked 
with Val Norns to garner first place in 
originality with their homecoming float. 
The Bricker members were very active 
in studentbody and scholarly events. 
Todd Britsch and David Stone were se- 
lected as two of the four students who 
represented BYU on the nationally tele- 
vised GE College Bowl. Todd was also 
voted as the typical "Worthal" of cam- 
pus. Dave was elected to be student- 
body president for the coming year. 
Other Bricker members elected to class 
positions included Junior Class Presi- 
dent Bruce Barlow, Junior Class Vice 
President Dave Grow, and Senior Class 
Vice President Brent Sperry. Brent also 
skiied his way to become first attendant 
to the Snow King. Social events includ- 
ed the "Return to Paradise" Invitational 
held with OS Trovata. The final event 
of the year was the Brickerhaven Din- 
ner Dance. 



The Bricker-Val Norn float captured the Most 
Original trophy in the homecoming float com- 
petition. Another Bricker addition to the parade 
was the "grasscutter" routine. 




161 




Cami Los and TauSig Social Unit members held a 
real western hoe-down as a part of their social ex- 
change system. The zing of the strings made this 
couple forget the appeal of their academic studies. 



162 




The Tausig and Bricker Social Units engaged in a game of flag football to help determine who would win final possession of the hatchet which has 
been the center of controversy in many "Bury the Hatchet" weeks over the years. A touch of the roaring twenties was felt by those who attended the 
world premier of the "Great Grasscutter" which was covered by the photographers of Life Magazine. Aid cars and turned up collar smarked the en- 
trance of the "stars" who greeted screaming fans. 

163 





Anna Marie Nielson, President 

KAPPA DEBS HELD DANCE, PARTY 





Pat Abel 
Doris Allred 
Adele Baird 
Maxine Bates 
Sherri Biddulph 




Beverly Briggs 
Barbara Butters 
Jill Carlston 
Judy Carlston 
Marietta Christley 



Judith Done 
Nancy Elliott 
Lynne Hamilton 
Suzanne Hess 
Suzanne Holfert 



Linda Hunter 
Marva Jones 
Marguerite Jost 
Carolyn Kerby 
Susanne Lunt 







Marilynn Margetts 
Sybil McNeil 
Kathy Medley 
Leah Nelson 
Pam Price 



Marcia Riddle 
Elva Rosenlof 
Margie Salisbury 
Shauna Seely 
Melanie Stanko 



Sharmen Sterling 
Lynne Stewart 
Sharon Weight 
Marva Anderson 





Anna Marie Nielsen President 

Carolyn Kerby Social Vice President 
Carol Lee Bates 

Business Vice President 
Patsy Kelsey Culture Vice President 
Barbara Ingersoll Secretary 



The Kappa Debonnaire Social Unit 
worked hard to make their last year on 
campus eventful. They co-sponsored a 
float with Azyan Tzata which won hon- 
orable mention in the originality cate- 
gory. Kappa Deb members attended ex- 
changes during the year with Val Hyric, 
Brigadier, and Viking Social Units. The 
invitational dance was centered around 
a Mexican theme, "South of the Border." 
The formal dinner dance was "Copper 
is the Color" held at the Fort Douglas 
Country Club in Salt Lake City. Favors 
included Indian rugs and a copper cov- 
ered program. Kappa Debs participated 
in several culture nights which featured 
themes on Spain, marriage, and religion. 
In the spring, Viking Social Unit joined 
with KD's to sing in the songfest. Mem- 
bers outstanding in studentbody activi- 
ties included Jr. Prom Chairman and Jr. 
Class Vice President Anna Marie Niel- 
sen, AWS Councilwoman Doris All- 
red, and Delta Phi Dream Girl Pat Abel. 






Kappa Debs joined with Vikings to get ready 
for the songfest at early, before-class rehearsals. 
The Kappa Deb-Azyan Tzata float won hon- 
orable mention for originality. 




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JoAnn Fitts, President 



NAUTILUS WON ASSEMBLY TROPHY 




Dawn Albach 
Rebecca Allred 
Kenna Barton 
Barbara Brown 
Nancy Bridges 



JoAnn Bryant 
Judy Bubb 
Gloria Camarilla 
Lynne Clark 
Lynn Fife 



Suzanne Garff 
Joyce Henderson 
Dianne Hinich 
Karen Isaacson 
Jo Ann James 



Loretta Johns 
Shiela Johnson 
Sharon King 
Wendy Mangum 
Sheila Mauss 



Sheri McNeil 
Linda Milne 
Victoria Montgomery 
Jean Nelson 
Jon Nooner 



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Luzon Ross 
Gaye Record 
Linda Prevatt 
Gloria Price 
Ruthie Peterson 



Tecia Parry 
Bonnie Parker 
Saundra Saari 
Sue Ellen Sergei 
Diane Snow 



Salley Steimle 
Carolyn Tuttle 
Mildred Waldvogel 
Jane Weaver 
Kendra Wincott 




DeeAnn Ziser 




JoAnn Fitts 
Janie Weaver 
Luzon Ross 
Tecia Parry 
Shari McNeil 
Sharon King 
Joanne James 
Kaye Barton 
Bonnie Packer 



President 

Vice President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Historian 

Songleader 

Sports Director 

Social Chairman 

Alumni Secretary 



Nautilus members rested after the chariot race in the stadium games on Y Day in May. 



Nautilus of N L U Social Unit began 
the year by receiving the blood drive 
trophy and assembly trophy won the 
previous year. N L U members and 
their dates attended the "Deep Autumn" 
Invitational held in the Maeser School. 
They held a tubing party with Vikings 
at Timp Haven and went to the Police- 
men's Lodge with the Val Hyrics for an 
Hawaiian party. The N L U -Alcyone- 
Val Hyric float won the sweepstakes 
trophy in the homecoming parade. Nau- 
tilus also received the book drive tro- 
phy and retired the social unit service 
trophy. The unit sponsored Len Pugh 
who copped the Snow King title during 
Snow Carnival Week. Other social ev- 
ents which were held during the year 
included the annual birthday dinner, the 
annual canyon party, and the traditional 
dinner dance. A special farewell ban- 
quet was held to mark the disbanding 
of the organization after forty years of 
sisterhood. 




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Marylin Johnson, President 



O.S.T. FLOAT WON BEAUTY TROPHY 




Sharron Bourne 
Susan Bower 
Barbara Brown 
Marilyn Brown 
Suzanne Brown 



Linda Brunt 
Ann Bunker 
Ellen Croff 
Lynda Lee Davis 
Irene Dean 



Elaine Eckersley 
Elaine Erekson 
Marge Greene 
Claudia Hardy 
Karen Haymond 



Janet Johnson 
Pat Jones 
Carolyn Keysor 
Patzy Quinn 
Carole Rawson 



Sidnie Smuin 
Mary Ellen Stevens 
Kay Taylor 
Karen Walker 
Sharon Whitker 



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O. S. Trovata members gathered informally to 
hold their annual Christmas party. Silver 
boughs and golden bows added a welcome 
air of festivity to the occasion. 




Marilyn Johnson 
Joan Taylor 
Karen Walker 
Susan Bower 
Mary Ellen Stevens 
Linda Tuckett 



President 
Vice President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 
Historian 
Sgt. at Arms 



O. S. Trovata Social Unit held many so- 
cial activities to end their last year on 
campus. They participated in exchanges 
with several men's social units which in- 
cluded Vikings, Tausigs, Athenians, and 
Brickers. In November, OST sponsored 
an invitational with Brickers which was 
themed "Return to Paradise." The an- 
nual dinner dance was held April 28, at 
Log Haven. An unusual Scottish theme 
prevailed over unit members and their 
dates. The O. S. Trovata-Tau Sigma 
float won the beauty trophy in the 
homecoming parade competition. Sev- 
eral members were active in student- 
body activities. They included songlead- 
ers Ellen Croff, Carol Rawson, and Mar- 
ilyn Johnson. Carol Rawson was select- 
ed as Miss Collegiate while Elaine 
Erekson was attendant to I.K. Duchess 
Sherry Hale. Marilyn Johnson was Jr. 
Class Secretary. 



A pepperment-striped, night-shirted Santa ap- 
peared bearing gifts for each unit member at 
their annual Christmas party. 




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Bob Alexander 
John Alstrom 
Gerald Andersen 
Don Ashworth 
Roy Atkin 



Milton Barnes 
Barton Bean 
Victor Boyd 
Dennis Byers 
Dick Darling 



Terry Donahue 
Dennis Doyle 
Thomas Hansen 
John Hill 
Sylvan Jacobsen 



Jerry Jensen 
Peter Knecht 
Bruce Kochevar 
Charles Krause 
Jacque Losmann 



Lynn Mathie 
David Matson 
Creig McArthur 
Ron Miokle 
Tom Miller 



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Gary Morley 
Richard Sant 
Ronald Sharp 
Ray Smith 
Clark Thorstenson 



Alton Thygerson 
Tilman Turley 
Mark Wight 
Robert Shields 




Raphael Mecham President 

Don Peterson First Vice President 

Jack Losmann Second Vice President 
Grady Dyer Secretary 

Ken Schaap Treasurer 

Tom Millar Social Chairman 

Tau Sigma Social Unit started the year 
out by winning the beauty trophy in the 
homecoming parade with the float they 
built with OS Trovata. At the annual 
AMS Men's Night Tau Sigma unit was 
awarded the supremacy trophy for being 
the outstanding men's social unit on cam- 
pus for 1961. Tausig members also par- 
ticipated in their traditional activities 
which included their Fall Deer Bust, the 
Black and White formal dinner dance, 
the Christmas Snow Party, and the "Top- 
per" at the end of the year. Tausig 
brotherhood was enjoyed in many ath- 
letic and social events. They captured 
the intramural basketball trophy and 
reached the All-School finals in the flag 
football and volleyball tourneys. Last 
spring they captured the All-School 
swimming meet. Tau Sigma also held 
exchanges with OS Trovata, Val Norn, 
and Tokalon social units. 



Tausig members relived the outlawed paddling 
tradition. Front row; Gene Thorne, Bart Bow- 
en, Bart Bean, Norm Chalberg, Tom Hansen, 
Bob Alexander. Back row: Dennis Byers, Milt 
Barnes, Raphael Mecham, Vic Boyd, Jerry Jen- 
sen, John Alstrom. The winning Tausig float 
was reviewed by the homecoming crowd. 




171 





An oft repeated ceremony in the women's social 
units and residence halls meetings was the passing 
of the candle. The coeds who wished to make 
known their engagement, pinning, or going steady 
stopped the candle in its movement around the 
circle. Other units used roses in place of candles. 



At a Heritage Hall buddy party, participants 
dressed beatnik style and lounged around the 
edges of the room while others danced and partied. 



172 




Many units such as Brigadiers selected a coed to be their unit sweetheart. Brigadier 
members glanced over the photographs of candidates who had been nominated to 
become Brigadier Sweetheart. 



Students crammed the sidewalks when the bell tolled intermission between classes. 
All units and organizations participated in campus activities. The International Folk 
Dancers added color and gaiety to the events they performed in during the year. 




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Gail Slater, President 

TOKALON COED WAS SNOW QUEEN 




Sandra Asay 
Ann Balmforth 
Gayle Barlow 
Kathryn Christensen 
Judy Cochran 



Kathy Dalton 
Rebecca Day 
Dotti Douglas 
Mary Jane Duffin 
Chris Edwards 



Susan Evans 
Margaret Gadd 
Ann Glauser 
Diane Harding 
Donna Hilton 



Paula Hoogendoom 
Jen Jacobs 
Kay Jensen 
Lynne Jergensen 
Judy Johnson 



Donna MacKay 
Sherri Mills 
Judi Rasmussen 
Suzan Reese 
Sandy Sayer 



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Sydney Smith 
Kathleen Stewart 
Lynda Toliver 
Sharon Wilkey 




Gail Slater 
Judy Rassmussen 
Ann Glauser 
Kay Christensen 
Sharon Wilkey 
Judy Cochran 



President 

Vice President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Social Chairmen 



Tokalon Social Unit had many members 
who were prominent in studentbody af- 
fairs. Paula Hogendoorn and Judy John- 
son were finalists in the homecoming 
beauty contest. Linda Toliver won the 
Snow Carnival queen title while Donna 
Hilton garnered first attendant spot in 
Belle of the Y contest. Donna was also 
reigning National IK queen. In addi- 
tion, Gail Slater was a flag twirler and 
Sydney Smith a sophomore senator. Ex- 
changes held during the year included 
attending the Four Freshmen concert 
with the Brigadiers, a valentine party 
with Athenians, and several others with 
Vikings, Tausigs, and Brickers. Tokalon 
joined with Viking for an invitational 
called "River Palace." For songfest, Tok 
members joined with OS to sing an orig- 
inal song in the competition. On May 
4, Tokalon members and their dates en- 
joyed the traditional dinner dance of 
"Forbidden Sun" which was held at 
Brighton. Several skiing expeditions, 
slumber parties and other activities 
marked the finale of the unit. 



"Stairway to the Stars" was the theme of To- 
kalon's float in the homecoming parade. Donna 
Hilton, Tokalon member, won the dance, cul- 
ture, and cake contests in the Belle of the Y 
contest and was voted by the studentbody 
first attendant to Belle Sally Hale. 




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Tucker Collings, President 



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John Baird 
Tom Brighton 
Gary Craythorn 
Max Gibb 
Herbert Greer 



Alan Kenney 
Jim Kirkham 
Donald Payne 
Len Pugh 
Herb Ratliff 



William Smith 
Grant Starley 
Jack Starley 
Mike Thomas 
Stewart Tuttle 



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The Val Hyric-Alcyone-Nautilus float won the 
sweepstakes trophy in the homecoming parade 
float competition. Canned silver spray paint 
was used to give float riders a metallic look. 



Tucker Collings 
Cliff Stubbs 
Tom Brighton 
Grant Starley 



President 

Vice President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 



Val Hyric Social Unit was named after 
the elite vanguard of the Norse army. 
The Val Hyric-Alcyone-Nautilus float 
won the sweepstakes trophy. During the 
parade they honored their unit sweet- 
heart Sally Hale who also copped the 
Belle of the Y title later in the year. So- 
cial activities included exchanges with 
Cami Los, Di Chi, Nautilus, Kappa Deb, 
Tokalon, and Alcyone Social Units. 
They also held an exchange with Cou- 
garettes. The traditional "Val Luala" 
was held in addition to the "Asquard" 
dinner dance at the Fort Douglas Coun- 
try Club in Salt Lake City. Member 
Len Pugh skiied his way to become 
the king of Snow Carnival activities. 
At the annual fight night, Val Hyric 
members garnered the most points in 
the social unit division. Several firesides 
and culture nights were also held. 







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Julie Bagley, President 



VAL NORN FLOAT WAS ORIGINAL 





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Mary Allen 
Bonnie Ballif 
Betty Bardin 
Jeanne Barnard 
Linda Beck 



Charlotte Britsch 
Carolyn Bryner 
Merlene Britsch 
Judy Bryner 
Sara Calapp 



Janet Calder 
Fae Clarkson 
Kaye Clements 
Suzanne Criddle 
Dorothy Crofts 



Janet Edmunds 
Judy Firmage 
Karen Firmage 
Lynne Hatfield 
Judy Jack 



Kamie Sumner 
Dixie Jarvis 
Dagny Johnson 
Sammajane McMullin 
Bonnie Phelps 



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Marion Stewart 
Maureen Thomas 
Peggy Thomander 
Loretta Warren 
Emalou Webb 



Gayle McPherson 





Julie Bagley 
Dagny Johnson 
Judy Bryner 
Loretta Warren 
Janet Calder 
Dixie Jarvis 
Judy Firmage 



President 

Vice President 

Secretary (Spring) 

Secretary (Fall) 

Treasurer 

Social Chairman 

Historian 



Val Nom Social Unit was thrilled when 
President Julie Bagley was chosen to 
reign as queen over homecoming festi- 
vities. At the football game halftime, the 
Val Norn-Goldbricker float was award- 
ed the trophy for being the most origi- 
nal. Members and their dates enjoyed an 
evening of Italian charm at their "Teri- 
cina" invitational. Other social events 
throughout the year included the Athen- 
ian Halloween Costume Party, the 
Bricker Hayride, and a roller skating 
party with the Vikings. Val Norn mem- 
bers were active in various studentbody 
activities which included songleader 
Julie Bagley, A W S Councilwoman 
Marion Stewart, Secretary to Vice Presi- 
dent of Finance Dorothy Crofts, Junior 
Class Senator Carolyn Potter, and Sen- 
ior Class Secretary Marsha Louise 
Smith. Val Norns ended the year with 
a sophisticated dinner dance spun in the 
atmosphere of a night at the theater. 



Val Nom President Julie Bagley was crowned 
1961 Homecoming Queen by her father at a 
special assembly. Julie was active as a song- 
leader during football and basketball seasons. 




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Larry Jenkins, President 



VIKINGS INAUGURATED 'GRASSCUTTER' 




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Marv Bell 
Einer Bergsted 
Ross Buckwalter 
Gary Callis 
Wayne Chamberlain 



Larry Daines 
Olani Durrant 
John Jex 
|oseph Giles 
Ray Goodson 



Garron Hale 
Sloan Hales 
Gary Heiner 
Sanford Hilner 
Dave Hoopes 



Aden Jenkins 
Mike Jones 
Dale Laub 
Jim Moss 
James Millar 



Ronald Pierce 
William Prince 
Gary Raddon 
Randy Jones 
Jack Reese 




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Jon Russon 
John Schade 
Glenn Stewart 
Jan Stewart 
Larry Stratford 



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James Warner 
Dave Willardson 
Robert Woodward 







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Ray Goodson 
Jim Millar 
John Jex 
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Jim Moss 
Bob Woodward 



President 
Vice President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 
Social Chairman 
Athletic Director 

Historian 



The Viking social unit captured the 
scholarship trophy for the fourth con- 
sectutive semester. The movie, "The 
Great Grasscutter," was originally in- 
augurated by the Vikes as entertain- 
ment for their annual Jiggs Party but 
the studentbody bought the premier 
rights. Member San Heilner wrote and 
produced the campus movie which star- 
red several Vikings. Exchanges were 
held with O S Trovata, Val Norn, Az- 
yan Tzata, and Cami Los social units. 
Tokalon helped co-sponsor the invita- 
tional dance. For the homecoming par- 
ade, Viking and Cami Los members 
worked hard to enter a pleasing float. 
In the spring, members entertained 
their parents at a special gathering, 
spent two days at Alta for their dinner- 
dance, and finished the year with a can- 
yon chicken fry. Senate president David 
Hoopes, studentbody finance veep Rich 
Hunter, Senator Marv Bell, and R O T C 
Cadet Commander Larry Jenkins were 
a part of the many who participated in 
student activities. 



For every Viking who became pinned or en- 
gaged, the traditional dunking in the pond will 
be long remembered. With a feeling of nos- 
talgia, Viking members recalled the many ac- 
tivities such as the 1959 Homecoming parade 
entry which rolled along on logs and was 
pulled by men in the Viking unit. 




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The coeds of Knight-Mangum dormitory held a splashy invitational featuring recording star Mavis Rivers and the music of Grady Edenfield. Coeds and 
their dates shared the evening in a "Knight's Villa" where the art of chivalry was revived for the occasion. 




Man on Campus" contest sponsored by the Alpha 
Phi Omega Service Unit. The project was a part of 
the Campus Chest Drive in which each penny cast 
for a candidate went into the general fund to be 
distributed to the needy. 



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The Arnold Air Society and Angel Flight Corps of the BYU AFROTC presented their annual studentbody assembly. Apparently one poor recruit did 
not conform to the rules and regulations thus bringing upon himself the scorn and scoffing of the superior officer. 



Associated Men Students' President Clark Thorsten- 
sen presented an award to George Romney, President 
of American Motors Company and Detroit Stake of 
the Church. Mr. Romney was presented the award 
during the annual AMS Men's Night held in the fall. 




183 





FROSH WOMEN USHERED 



Sheron Milne 


President 


Loya Vance 
Nancy Jones 
Pat Fritzche 


Secretary 

Treasurer 

Work Director 


Markay Daniels 
Lola Goff 


Project Director 
Social Director 


Leslie Cameron 


Historian 


Loralee Peay 


Sgt. at Arms 



Thea Alexis Service Unit started the 
year by sponsoring a booth at the 
Cougar Days Carnival. Every Mon- 
day evening members went to the 
State Hospital to aid in social ther- 
apy. Other work projects included 
ticket selling, ushering, and working 
at the Alumni office. At Christmas 
time, Thea Alexis members provided 
food baskets for needy families. So- 
cial activities included an exchange 
with a floor of fellows at Helaman 
Halls and another with Archon Hon- 
orary Society. Members sang the 
"Knowledge Pill" at songfest. Two 
slumber parties and the annual invi- 
tational 'The Miracle of May" round- 
ed out the many social affairs. Active 
Thea Alexians in student government 
included Connie Kent, Meryl Lyn 
Croft, Beverly Bird, Maggie Price, 
and Leslie Cameron. Loya Vance 
proved herself as an artist when she 
appeared in concert on the cello. 
Sheron Milne was a semi-finalist in 
the Miss Collegiate contest. 




Marcia Barratt 
Nancy Brubaker 
Beverly Bird 
Barbara Brooks 



Leslie Cameron 
Jean Cames 
Joyce Carnes 
Cheryl Carruth 



Charlotte Cook 
Meryl Croft 
Carolynn Dahl 
Lenora Daniels 



Markay Daniels 
Janet Edgerton 
Marsha Foreman 
Pat Fritzsche 



Nancy Giles 
Lora Gill 
Dona Jensen 
Marilyn Jensen 



Lola Goff 
Mary Jo Gregory 
Cheryl Handy 
Donnetta Hoopes 



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New members who received a necklace from 
President Sheron Milne included Marcia-Marie 
Lewis, Mary Ann Waugh, Nancy Jones, May- 
one Woodbury, and Joan Hullinger. 




Alison Hunter 
Karen Janes 
Carolyn Jones 
Nancy Jones 
Connie Kent 
Kathy Loumis 



Beverly Lund 
Mary McKeon 
Kathleen Mortenson 
Joan Naser 
Nadine Nelson 
Barbara Olson 



Loralee Peay 
Beverly Peterson 
Julie Polly 
Margaret Price 
Linda Reason 
Shirley Reece 



Patricia Reed 
Kaythryn Reeve 
Linda Robertson 
Marilyn Sabey 
Karen Simms 
Janet Smith 



Mary Stevens 
Mary Strasser 
Jeri Strong 
Marcia Thueson 
Loya Vance 
Julie VanWagenen 



JoAnn Westergard 
Venice Whitwood 
DeAnn Young 
Carolyn Budd 
Linda Reese 




185 





SPURS GAVE MOST BLOOD 



Elaine Schrieber 


President 


Joyce McClellan 


Vice President 


Betty Hunsaker 


Secretary 


JoAnn Evans 


Treasurer 


Dona Nelson 


Historian 


Jeannie Turk 


Editor 


Barbara Vance 


Sponsor 



The Brigham Young University chap- 
ter of Spurs, a national sophomore 
women's service unit, emphasized de- 
pendability, school participation, per- 
sonal integrity, and service among its 
members. Spur members participated 
in many campus activities by usher- 
ing, attending ticket booths, reading 
to blind students, visiting the mental 
hospital, and operating voting booths 
during studentbody elections. In ad- 
dition to many work projects, Spurs 
held "Spursides", exchanges, a foreign 
students' party, and their annual in- 
vitational dance. During fall semes- 
ter, Spur members donated more 
blood to the annual campus blood 
drive than any other unit. Spurs tap- 
ped their new members from the 
freshmen women who had maintain- 
ed a 3.0 grade average and displayed 
a willingness to serve. New members 
were notified of their acceptance into 
the service unit when old members 
called on them to present the tradi- 
tional spur and blue ribbon at 5 
o'clock in the morning. 





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Melva Allred 
Alexandra Ashton 
Kathleen Baker 
Carla Blake 



Janice Bradford 
Donna Mae Brown 
Sarah Jane Carr 
Carol Checketts 



Ann Christensen 
Linda Christensen 
Gladys Clark 
Jill Clark 



Elizabeth Conger 
Joanne Cottrell 
Kay Delaney 
Jo Ann Evans 



Sherrie Fagg 
Karen Fowers 
Marcia Guild 
Betty Hunsaker 



LauraLee Johnson 
Marie Kartchner 
Annette Lunt 
Joyce McClellan 






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Spur Service Unit members marched military 
style down the parade route in the homecom- 
ing parade. 




Diane McFarland 
JoAnn McVey 
Janiel Moesser 
Dona Nelson 



Eileene Nuttall 
Vivian Paulsen 
Karen Porter 



Carolyn Prince 
Carolyn Roberts 
Eileen Singley 



Sharon Smith 
Birdie Stevens 
Marjorie Sundwall 



Suzanne Swen 
Evangeline Tropper 
Jeanne Ann Turk 



Judith Ann White 
Connie Whitehouse 
Joyce Winterton 





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Judy Higgins 


President 


Mary Jo Alleman 


Vice President 


Joan Warner 


Secretary 


Nancy Tolman 


Treasurer 



Y Calcares Service Unit members 
were seen ushering, ticket taking, 
and card punching all over campus. 
Besides marching in the homecoming 
parade, unit members participated 
with the Intercollegiate Knights in 
building a float. Every week, Y Cal- 
cares went to the Utah State Hospi- 
tal to aid in social activities for pa- 
tients. They also read to blind-stu- 
dent Jim Rawls. The major event Y 
Calcares helped sponsor was the 
Belle of the Y Week with the IK's. 
Several exchanges and culture nights 
were also held with the Knights. 
A special candlelight ceremony in- 
itiated new members into the unit 
at the home of Mrs. Conan Matthews. 
A party at the women's gym helped 
members get to know each other 
better. In March, members and their 
dates attended the traditional invi- 
tational dance. The closing event of 
the year was a testimonial meeting. 




Y CALCARES SERVED BYU 









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Mary Jo Alleman 
Sune Amundsen 
Lynn Baker 
Jeanette Barney 



Susan Biddulph 
Barbara Bosen 
Evelyn Christensen 
Carrie Corless 



Annette Drager 
Marilee Dredge 
Bethene Elvin 
Linda Flamm 



Connie Gerrard 
Verna Harris 
Shirleen Hendrix 
Cherryl Huber 



Linda Hunter 
Patricia Jackson 
Sharon King 
Karen Koford 



Lorna Lee 
Sherry Louder 
Karen Lyon 
Mary McNeill 



Y Calcares worked extra hours to prepare 
baskets for needy families during the Christ- 
mas season. 




Nolyn Mitchell 
Suzanne Moody 



Ilene Olson 
Lois Peay 



Lynne Raner 
Kathleen Sandberg 



Dianne Sargent 
Joyce Tanner 



Sharon Thomas 
Nancy Tolman 



Elaine Walker 
Joy Wilmoth 




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YC's marched military style down the homecoming parade route. 



189 





White Key members pushed a napkin block Y in the November homecoming parade. 

WHITE KEY GAVE SERVICE 




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Marguerite Jost 
Pat Layton 
Mary Ellen 
June Turner 
Carol Nielson 



President 
Vice President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 
Historian 



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New White Key members are tradi- 
tionally announced at the annual 
A W S Annals of Achievement Ban- 
quet. They are chosen from women 
who have maintained a cumulative 
grade point of 3.2 and demonstrated 
a willingness to serve the school. The 
purpose of White Wey is to promote 
scholastic attainment among the wo- 
men of the campus. White Key mem- 
bers each took a turn at presenting a 
culture program to the rest of the 
members. They held a reception for 
women's service units in March and 
followed later in the spring with a 
parents' reception. In addition, mem- 
bers attended several unit-sponsored 
socials and parties. They assisted the 
Student Publications Board in com- 
piling the student directory. 




Mary Allen 
Doris Jean Allred 



Judy Bubb 
Jill Carlston 
Linda Clark 
Carol Criddle 



Evelyn Croft 
Mildred Edwards 
Barbara Hohlfeld 
Patricia Layton 



Sally Sue LeBaron 
Nola Matthews 
Marsali McAllister 
Judith Miller 



Carol Nielson 
Sharon Oskey 
Patricia Pierson 
Linda Rudd 



Judy Simonds 
June Turner 
Mildred Waldvogel 
Arlene Wimmer 



190 




Brigham Young University's Angel Flight Corps displayed marching ability while on parade. 

ANGEL FLIGHT WON HONORS 



Marie Abersold 
Isabel Agnew 
Lucille Aiken 
Linda Barnes 



Karen Bensen 
Karen Brown 
Dixie Burrup 
JoEUen Cardall 



Sharon Delaney 
Karen Downey 
Imogene Erickson 
Nancy Forbis 



Regine Gerlach 
Nora Hadley 
Heline Seibt 
Judy Hull 



Nancy Nyman 
Kathleen Jensen 
Kathleen Jones 
Diana Mullett 



Pamela Packer 
Sue Porter 
Connie Pritchett 
Marcia Riddle 



Sandra Smith 
Karen Thomburgh 
Jean Louise Wood 
Carolyn Yeates 





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Vila Jean Herrin Commander 

Imogene Erickson Executive Officer 
Judy Hull Operations Officer 

Nancy Nyman 

Administrative Officer 
Nora Hadley Material Officer 

Pam Packer Personnel Officer 

Karen Downey Comptroller 

Sandra Smith 

Drill Team Commander 

The Angel Flight Corps of Brigham 
Young University's A F R O T C cop- 
ped top honors in military marching 
maneuvers at an Arizona meet. They 
competed with marching units from 
universities located throughout the 
western half of the United States. An- 
gel Flight members helped sponsor 
the annual Military Ball of which 
three of their members reigned as the 
royalty. JoEllen Cardall was crowned 
as queen with Katheleen Jensen and 
Diana Mullett as attendants. The 
Flight members performed before 
the studentbody in a halftime show at 
a basketball game and inarched in the 
annual homecoming parade. They al- 
so helped sponsor a float in the par- 
ade with the Arnold Air Society. 



191 








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Students ascended and descended daily through the underpass to the fieldhouse. Often they found respite from the elements of 
nature as the snow and sleet swirled and splashed to the ground. Umbrellas, overcoats, light jackets, and no coats at all usually 
marked the kind of weather attire normally seen across campus. After a long snowy winter, spring came in resplendent beauty. 




The traditional studentbody assemblies held every Friday found dancing, pantomiming, smiling, acting students on the main floor of the fieldhouse in 
the midst of a production. Despite attendance fall-out, organizations still worked hard to present their fieldhouse extravaganzas. To the 11,000 stu- 
dents at Brigham Young University, coeducational institutions were favored unanimously as attested by this couple casting their ballot near the 
Smoot Administration Building. 



193 




Richard Norton, President 



Richard Norton Honorable Duke 

Jim Beatse Vice Duke 

Bruce Olsen Worthy Scribe 

Paul Stephenson Executioner 
Vaughn Nordes 

Chancellor of the Exchecquer 

Ken Skousen Worthy Recorder 



Founded in 1919, the Intercollegiate 
Knights are a national honorary ser- 
vice fraternity. The Gold Y Chapter 
became affiliated with the national in 
1941. Dedicated to their motto of 
"service, sacrifice, and loyalty," the 
IK's conducted over 5,000 visitors on 
tours of campus, ushered at all ath- 
letic events, and participated in other 
service projects. The Knights went up 
Y mountain five times during the 
year to light the 375-foot-high em- 
blem and rang the Y bell after all ath- 
letic victories. The IK's sponsored 
Campus Chest Week, co-sponsored 
Belle of the Y Week with the YC's, 
and sold movie discount cards. They 
awarded $1200 worth of service schol- 
arships in addition to maintaining 
high academic standards for them- 
selves. The Knights entered a float in 
homecoming parade, held several ex- 
changes and parties, and shared an 
invitational with the YC's. Chapter 
Duchess Sherry Hale vied for Nation- 
al Queen in McAllen, Texas in April. 




KNIGHTS LIT Y EMBLEM 




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Darryl Adams 
James Beatse 
Kobert Blattner 
Leroy Bowen 



Thomas Brown 
Kenneth Bullock 
David Durkee 
Lloyd Bush 



Charles Cramer 
Bill Daynes 
David Dredge 
Leroy Dunn 



Paul Edmunds 
Gene Barbezat 
Kent Freeman 
Achim Fritzen 



Bruce Calbraith 
Robert Gardner 
Ronald Hales 
Douglas Hansen 



Jerry Harris 
Lamar Helquist 
David Howard 
Robert Jackson 



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The block Y hung burning in the dark, night 
sky as torch bearing Knights zig-zagged down 
the mountain side. 







Larry King 
Clive Kinghorn 
Fred Larsen 
Richard Mahoney 



Vaughn Nordes 
Bruce Olsen 
David Palmer 
John Pusey 



Tony Sarver 
Tom Schroath 
Gary Shumway 
Kenneth Skousen 



Klint Stander 
Paul Stephenson 
Jim Stoker 



Clair Syndergaard 
Lynn Thacker 
Edwin Tucker 



Gordon Thurman 
Mervin White 





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Dean Werner, Honorable Duke during 
Fall Semester. Sherry Hale, Chapter 
Duchess and Regional Princess. Donna 
Hilton, Reigning National Queen. 




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Dean Clay 


President (Spring) 


Elver Boyle 


President (Fall) 


Ron Chowen 


1st Vice President 


John Dey 


2nd Vice President 


Dave Norris 


Treasurer 


Gilbert Pederson 


Secretary 


Paul Mobley 


Sgt. at Arms 



The Eta Omicron Chapter of Alpha 
Phi Omega Service Unit was dedicat- 
ed to the principles of leadership, 
friendship, and service. Alpha Phi 
Omega is the largest men's fraternity 
in the United States with over 300 
chapters. BYU's chapter was rated 
among the top ten chapters. APO 
distributed the Cougar Yell Books, 
conducted the Asian Book Drive, and 
worked on Y Day offering first aid 
assistance. Alpha Phi Omega mem- 
bers conducted the "Ugly Man Con- 
test" during Campus Chest Week in 
which students cast pennies for votes 
for the student of their choice. Alpha 
Phi Omega sponsored several open- 
houses during the year to encourage 
interest in their projects and service 
ideals. They also held several socials 
and exchanges with several women's 
units on campus. President Harvey 
Taylor of the university administra- 
tion was an honorary member. 




APO FOUND "UGLY MAN" 





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Roy Anderson 
Robert Baker 
Emilio Bareng 
Mike Benning 



Gary Bikman 
Thomas Bird 
Elver Boyle 
Richard Bryner 



Darrell Cheney 
Ronald Chowen 
Dowdle Clark 
Duana Carling 



John Dey 
Lynn Drake 
Chris Flanigan 
Freo Fleet 



Gilbert Pedersen 
Boyd Giles 
Rudolph Gomez 
Delbert Hanks 



Mike Hansen 
Jack Heywood 
David Hill 
Joseph Hilton 



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Students glanced over the milk bottles and 
pictures trying to decide which candidate to 
vote for in the "Ugly Man Contest" sponsored 
by Alpha Phi Omega. 



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Dennis Hoover 
Richard Hoover 
Arthur Jarman 



Leonard Lacy 
Ray Levesque 
Paul Mobley 



Jack Moulton 
Nicol Alan 
Garth Norman 



David Norris 
Pete Pistey 
Allen Pocock 



Lloyd Randall 
Irvine Rencher 



David Ricks 
David Smith 




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Fall President Elver Boyle presented past Presi- 
dent Dick Bolton with a gavel and pin while 
Honorary member Harvey Taylor observed. 



Marilyn Hall was chosen as APO 
Sweetheart. 




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Jeanette Heiner President 

Rolyine Henderson Historian 

Martha Randall Publicity Chairman 

Mary Allred Secretary-Treasurer 

Connie Cloward Social Chairman 

Linda Lewis Commandant 



The Cougarettes, a freshman march- 
ing drill team, were chosen from over 
350 freshman and sophomore women. 
They were judged on personal- 
ity, poise and marching ability. The 
final selection consisted of 32 reg- 
ulars with 15 alternates. The Cou- 
garettes traveled to Oregon State 
College where they performed during 
a football game halftime. After sev- 
eral appearances at home football 
and basketball games, they traveled 
to Fort Collins, Colorado and Lara- 
mie, Wyoming to perform for Colo- 
rado State University and the Uni- 
versity of Wyoming respectively. 
Highlighting this tour was a num- 
ber done to jazz drum cadence. 
The Cougarettes finished their 
marching season at the NCAA 
Western Regional Basketball Play- 
offs held in the George Albert Smith 
Fieldhouse. They also acted as hos- 
tesses to high school pep clubs dur- 
ing the B.Y.U. Invitational Track and 
Field Meet in April. 



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COUGARETTES MARCHED 




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Mary Allred 
Avis Ardian 
Rosalee Berry 
Gayle Blauer 



Janice Bonnett 
Marrilee Bourne 
Sue Boyce 
Ilene Carter 



Linda Carter 
Leslie Clark 
Connie Cloward 
Nancey Curtin 



JoAnn Damey 
Carol Donahue 
Gayle Faden 
Clenda Gardner 



Lois Greenhalgh 
Carol Haight 
Marie Henderson 
Rolaine Henderson 



Sandra Jacobson 
Bonnie Jones 
Linda Kimball 
Linda Kirk 



Hand clapping, high stepping Cougarettes per- 
formed many specialty numbers during half- 
time pauses at the basketball games. 




Connie Luekenga 
Diane Prince 
Shirlee Romney 
Martha Randall 



Cathryn Roundy 
Bonnie Rowe 
Darelyn Servoss 



Kathy Sinclair 
Eileen Skinner 
Pat Skousen 



Marvel Stettler 
Ann Stokes 
Susanne Stuck 



Nancy Taylor 
Carol Wrigley 
Denon Louder 



Mary Watters 
Gloria Whipple 
Jana Whiting 






Jeanette Heiner 
President 



Keeping the rhythm and maintaining the precision rimin g 
occupied these marchers' minds most as they performed at 
the N.C.A.A. playoffs. 




199 








What million-and-one things occupy a student's time 
when he isn't studying? The nightly midnight snack, 
the hours under the hair dryer, and the jaunt through 
the supermarket rated among the most important. 
The usual telephone conversations were rated on the 
top . . . imminent for social security reasons. 



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The uke, the shades, the camera, the hat, and any- 
thing else one might need at the beach were the 
usual shoved-in-the-bag items when students headed 
home to California for a school break on a weekend 
during the winter months. Sometimes they just don- 
ned the gear and stood in their room dreaming. . . . 




The 24 hour laundromat became a college student's answer to dirty linen and laundry. Married students found laundry baskets ideal for keeping the 
straying small fry from creeping away while others found the same baskets convenient to store clothes in until a dryer was available. 



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William Hartley, President 





Archon President Bill Hartley swore in his helpmates for the year at a monthly meeting. 



Bill Hartley President 

Gary Hansen Vice President 

John Dougall Secretary 

Doug Christensen 

Blue Key Bepresentative 



The Archon Honor Fraternity was char- 
tered in 1960 with Blue Key as its back- 
er. Archon followed the motto of "Lead- 
ers also Serve" in an effort to evolve new 
and worthwhile leadership and service 
projects. Archon members were active 
in student government. They included 
Freshman President Jerry Callister, 
Freshman Senator Clark Christensen, 
and Cabinet members Paul Hansen and 
Tom Boberts. Bequisites for member- 
ship included being a freshman or soph- 
omore and having a cumulative grade 
average of 3.2 in college or 3.5 in high 
school. Archon members participated in 
Y Day, Winter Carnival, Christmas 
Drive, and Frosh Week activities. At 
their monthly social and business events 
they enjoyed a hayride and speakers. 
Archon members also offered tutoring 
services through the counseling service 
bureau of the University. Over fifteen 
Archon members left to serve missions 
during the school year 1961-62. 

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ARCHON WAS HONORARY 



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Calvin Bartholomew 
Jerry Callister 
Terry Boren 
Claire Christensen 



Kenneth Cook 
Douglas Croft 
John Dougall 
Darrel Edwards 



Merrill Gee 
Gary Hansen 
Paul Hansen 
Lynn Hart 



Earl Jensen 
Michael O'Neill 
John Roskelley 
John Weymouth 



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Beta Lambda Mu Engineering Society 
hopes to become affiliated with the na- 
tional Tau Bet Pi by the spring of 1963. 
The purpose of the organization was to 
provide a strictly engineering society 
for engineering students who were de- 
serving. They encouraged professional- 
ism and scholarship among the engineer- 
ing societies and students on campus. 
Members enjoyed banquets during the 
year which featured special guest speak- 
ers. The main project undertaken by the 
unit was the raising of a scholarship 
fund to be perpetuated and given to the 
outstanding engineering students. 



Myles A. Judd 
Gad L. Williams 
Heinz Horstmeier 
David Stark 



President 

Vice President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 



Beta Lambda Mu members discussed the pos- 
sibility of becoming affiliated with the national 
engineering society, Tau Beta Pi. 




BETA LAMBDA MU ENGINEERED 



Front row. Dean Armin Hill, Darrell Monson, Kent Beus, Glenn Enke, Ken Chase, 
Judd, Erlend Wamick, Farrin West, Robert Clay, David Tree. 



Lynn Blake, Ronald Saunders. Back row: Gad Williams, Myles 




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Maury Cowley, President 




SCHOLASTIC BLUE KEY 



Maurice Cowley 


President 


Royal Peterson 


Vice President 


Bob Bently 


Secretary 


Ronald Judd 


Correspondence 


Toney Earl 


Alumni 



Demanding excellence in both schol- 
astic and service activities, Blue Key 
National Honor Fraternity promoted 
scholarship, service, and leadership 
among outstanding junior and senior 
men. The Blue Key members super- 
vised the publishing of "BY and You" 
for freshmen in addition to the activi- 
ty calendar for the studentbody. Blue 
Key maintained the old wagon wheel, 
traditional symbol of victory be- 
tween B Y U -U S U football teams. 
They also encouraged football victory 
over Utah in order to regain the loco- 
motive bell, another symbol of 
conquest. During homecoming, mem- 
bers enjoyed a Founders' Day break- 
fast at which special guest speakers 
participated. At the formal Honors 
Banquet held in Salt Lake City's Pru- 
dential Building, Blue Key honored 
President Henry D. Movie, first coun- 
selor to President David O. McKay. 



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Gary Anderson 
Jim Bean 
Demovne Bekker 



Robert Bentley 
Lynn Blake 
Larry Brim 
Todd Britsch 



William Can- 
Douglas Christensen 
Ray Clements 
David Crockett 



Michael Dean 
Anthony Earl 
Roland Griffin 
Lamont K. Hadfield 



Richard Hunter 
David Jacobs 
Larry Jenkins 
Richard Jensen 



Ronald Judd 
Harold Koenig 
George Mangan 
Jerry McClure 



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Brigham Young University maintain the wagon- * « 
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Gordon Peterson 




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Clayne Robison 




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Gerald Wamick 




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The Blue Keys sponsored the project of building the Y Bell tower. 




Blue Key members served the studentbody as they helped the li- 
brary obtain the Rosenstock collections of rare editions. 



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Sandra Sandberg, President 



Sandra Lynne Sandberg President 
Joyce Sutherland Vice President 

Linda Hinckley Treasurer 

Cheryl Huber Secretary 

Doretta Gillins Historian 



Phi Chi Theta national fraternity for 
women in business offers life mem- 
bership in both collegiate and alumni 
chapters. Members sponsored a Poin- 
settia Party at Christmas for persons 
in the State Hospital and Hardy Rest 
Home. Other activities included ex- 
cursions to the Classique Charm 
School and Springville Art Exhibit. 
Phi Chi Theta sponsored a forum for 
members which included as speakers: 
Mrs. Hawley of Classique Charm 
School; Mrs. Wells Cloward of B Y U 
Catering Service; Mrs. Ben Lewis, 
former model; Miss Claire Middle- 
miss, secretary to President David O. 
McKay; Stephen Covey, president of 
the Irish Mission; and Mrs. Overton 
of the Mountain States Telephone 
and Telegraph Company. Phi Chi 
Theta sponsored an entry in the 
homecoming parade and participated 
in other campus activities. Several so- 
cials and parties were also held. 




Sherrie Adams 
Marcene Beck 
Kathie Burgess 
Janet Calder 



Barbara Colby 
Ann Dowdle 
Farrel Duncan 
Connie Gerrard 



Dorett Gilins 
Sadie Hatton 
Marilyn Hayes 
Linda Hinckley 



Cherryl Huber 
Janice Lance 
Loma Lee 
Elaine Maughan 



Collen McConkie 
Gayle Nauman 
Carolyn Nunes 
Sharon Ockey 



Linda Phillips 
Shirley Redford 
Kaye Rindlisbaker 
Cwen Robbins 



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Phi Chi Theta members did pantomimes as 
part of the entertainment at their annual 
Thanksgiving buffet in the fall. 



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Donna Ross 
Judy Roylance 



Florence Simon 
Jane Sowden 



Joyce Sutherland 
Lynne Tanabe 



Mary Tanner 
Maxine Taylor 



Pat Ursenbach 
Shirley Wiseman 



Gloria Workman 
Martha Christensen 





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Joyce Sutherland, Miss Selectric, was the modern secretarial prototype. 



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Dressed in the costumes of the islands, these col- 
lege coeds participated on the "Polynesian Holi- 
day" assembly. The Hawaiian, Kia Ora, and Afio 
Mai clubs joined together to present this South 
Seas spectacle. 



"Christmas Around the World" assembly present- 
ed by the Program Bureau helped to teach the 
meaning of brotherhood and love of Christ 
through entertainment. A student from the far 
east in ancient dress performed a native dance. 



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Mary B. Jensen, instructor in dance at B.Y.U., and Reza Ghannad, graduate student 
from Iran, demonstrated a type of ballroom dance at the International Party Program 
which entertained over 900 persons. The "Holiday in Every Way" party consisted of dis- 
plays of flags, paintings, and students decked out in native costumes from around the 
world. Reza directed the program for the International Party. 



White-aproned ballerinas balanced, twisted, and turned in rhythm on the "Christmas 
Around the World" show. Under the direction of Janie Thompson of the Program 
Bureau, the assembly provided a mood of merriment to accompany the Christmas season. 




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Articulation correction is just one of the many clinical exercises Sigma Alpha Eta members 
undertake in the speech and hearing clinic they sponsor on campus. 



S.A.E. SPONSORED CLINIC 



Sigma Alpha Eta, National Profes- 
sional Society for students in speech 
and hearing rehabilitation, was or- 
ganized at B Y U in 1953. Sigma Al- 
pha Eta endeavors to create and sti- 
mulate an interest in service among 
college students. During the year, 
members attended meetings which 
featured guest speakers informing 
them of advances in speech and hear- 
ing techniques. The social side of 
unit members was met in the annual 
Christmas Dinner Party held at the 
home of adviser Dr. Morley. The 
spring canyon party ended the year's 
activities. All unit members are con- 
sidered clinicians who will have com- 
pleted over 200 hours of practice be- 
fore graduation. Increased space and 
equipment furnished by the univer- 
sity has made it possible for Sigma 
Alpha Eta at B Y U to make such 
great advances. The new speech and 
hearing clinic is to be housed in the 
new fine arts building. 




Harold Belnap 
Anita Brownlee 



Paula Carlston 
Cristian Christensen 
Sharon Evans 
Carolee Ferguson 



Philip Hancock 
Hamaye Iwaasa 
Marylin Johansen 
Joanne Lillywhite 



Marlene Monson 
Dr. Alonzo Morley 
Jaycene Noakes 
Robert Osborn 



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Front row: Carol Lynn Wright, Sharee Hughes, Harold I. Hansen, Ivan A. Crosland, Everett L. Dayton, Millie Waldvogel, Jean A. Senf, Nancy 
Bowen. Back row: Man Keeler, Kathy Wood, Lee Gifford, Karl T. Pope, Gary L. Stewart, Warren W. Stevenson, David K. Jacobs, S. Lea Ward, Jean 
N. Coleman, Karen Lee Keeslar. 



THE THEATRE 

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Theta Alpha Phi was organized at 
B Y U in 1924. This national drama fra- 
ternity encouraged interest, creative- 
ness, and artistic achievement in all 
allied arts and crafts of the theatre. 
Members built a float to enter in the 
homecoming parade. On the first Sun- 
day of every month, Theta Alpha Phi 
members attended a culture night. Vari- 
ous programs included a talk by psy- 
chologist Phil Daniels, slides and tape 
of the Hill Cumorah Pageant, and a 
narration of Dr. Harold I. Hansen's ex- 
periences in observing the production of 
the Broadway play, "Gideon." Unit 
members presented the assembly "Peri- 
aktoi" with Orchesis in which the evo- 
lution of dance and drama was depict- 
ed. Theta Alpha Phi ushered at all the 
major theater productions and assisted 
with the publicity for those productions. 






Theta Alpha Phi entered a float in the home- 
coming parade which depicted all the play 
productions which were to be presented dur- 
ing the year. Carol Lynn Wright played Medea 
on the Theta Alpha Phi-Orchesis assembly. 




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Front row. M. Dallas Burnett, Paul Richards, Virgil Kovalenko, Ralph Barney, Edwin Butterworth. Back row: Noel Duerden, Jeddy LeVar, Bill Adair, 
Ronda Jenkins, Alf Pratte, Leon Hunsaker. 



SIGMA DELTA CHI 

Sigma Delta Chi is a national honorary fraternity for men 
in journalism. During the year several new members were 
inducted at formal initiations. The fraternity met bi-month- 
ly at El Azteea for business-luncheon meetings, fellowship, 
and professional chit-chat. Fraternity members were stu- 
dents, faculty, and professional journalists. 



Y SQUARES DO-SI-DOED 

The Y Squares were one of the most active groups on cam- 
pus. Every Wednesday night they met together to dance to 
the calls of Earl Beck. During the year they held a snow 
party at Timp Haven in addition to sending a square to the 
Frankie Lane Dance in Salt Lake City. In the spring mem- 
bers traveled to Vernal for a jamboree and later they went 
to Kelly's Grove for a weiner roast and dance. 



Front row: Rene Beck, Earl A. Beck, Karen McCune, Patricia McNeill, David Bush, Carol Stevenson, Janice Beck. Second row. Robert Ritchie Benson, 
Romanie Neyan Rex, Donna Stephensen, Carolyn Carson, Rita Hunter, Diane Anderson, Jerrye Shipley, Karen Christensen, Steven Don Black. Back 
row. Harold M. Olsen, J. Terrance Cannon, Lawrence E. Buss, Stephen V. Banks, James W. Martin, Floyd Hill, Mac Roundy, Bill Mair, John Fams- 
worth, Ray Sellers, Leonard M. Stillman. 




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Front row: Janiel Moesser, Marjorie Sundwall, Sydney S. Smith, Bonnie Jackson, Karen Johnson, Laura Leavitt, Marcia Guild. Second row: Gladys 
Clark, Irene Compton, Susan Smith, Carolyn Cain, JoAnn McVey, Judi Rasmussen, Vesta Payne. Third row: Marilyn McGrath, Carol Checketts, Gin- 
ger Averett, Lena Poulton, Shirley Cutler, Shirley Folkersen, Kay Delaney. Back row: Marie Kartchner, Myma Ries, Diana McFarland, Annette 
Lunt, Joanne Cottrell, Delia Frank, Joyce McClellan, Linda Mason. 



ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA 

Alpha Lambda Delta, a national honorary for freshmen 
women, was organized at B Y U in 1950. Their purpose is 
to uphold intelligent living and scholastic attainment. Dur- 
ing their monthly meeting they included speakers such as 
McKay Sundwall, one of the six top scholars from Univer- 
sity of Michigan. During spring rush, 80 freshmen women 
were accepted into the unit. 



OMICRON NU 

Omicron Nu was organized on the B Y U campus in March 
of 1961. It is a national honorary which only the top ten 
per cent of the juniors and top 20 per cent of the seniors in 
the College of Family Living are invited to join. They co- 
sponsored an openhouse for Dean Cutler in addition to the 
high school home economics day. They encouraged their 
ideals through panel discussions and graduate studies. 



Front row: Frances Barlow, Beth Beck, Joan Ream, Marsalie McAllister, Jill Carlston, Elanor Jorgensen, Virginia Cutler, Barbara Rawls, Ann Todd. 
Back row: Margaret Childs, Ottella Tyndall, Vonda Porter, Frances Evans, Hildred Chappell, Donna Sparks, Elaine Hatch, Linda Clark, Darwin L. 
Thomas. 




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Santa Claus came early in order to make a happier Christmas for members of Shomrah Kiyel at their annual Christmas party. There was decidedly an 
absence of men at the party so Santa lingered on, almost forgetting that he had presents to deliver to the missionaries on the other side of the world. 




ta Claus was seen at other parties before Christ- 
; and in this case he took along Mrs. Claus. Ap- 
ently Santa had been on a Metrecal diet and his 
thes didn't fit too well. 




Dressed in an authentic costume of the peoples of ancient central Asia, Wayne Muhlestein of the International Folk Dancers joined the rest to demon- 
strate a Ukranian dance. The Folk dancers hosted the Utah State Folk Dance Festival in the Fieldhouse in which over 500 dancers participated. 



Based on the Broadway musical "Bye Bye Birdie" the 
Sophomore assembly "Abominable Bill, the Teen- 
agers Thrill" won the right to represent BYU as a 
traveling assembly. Here Bill's agent's doll leads the 
teenagers in a song to distract nosey newsmen. 




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front row: Dan Wakefield, Via 
Stone, Robin Titensor, Pat Lane 
Dolo, Linda Jeppsen, Elva Meatog; 



Skipps Wightman, Jim Stoker, Siosaia Lavulo, Marvin John Loar. Second row: Tauivi M. Tuinei, Gloria Enos, 
Ann Merrill. Sandy Terry, Enosa Wilson. Third row: Dana Jean Pond, Robert F. Porter, Jr., Lynn Allington, 
Back row. Tracy Wilson, Doug Sampson, Larry Nielson, John Stevens, Wen Lemmon, Ati So'o. 



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AFIO MAI SAYS "HIT 



CHINESE RECORD HOP 



Afio Mai, "welcome" of the South Sea Isles, signified stu- 
dents' interest in that part of the world. Club members par- 
ticipated in the studentbody assembly "Polynesian Holiday" 
and furnished the program for the Samoan Mission reunion 
in April. They used donations to sponsor a Polynesian 
student on a scholarship to the Church College in Hawaii. 



Friendship, international goodwill, and universal prosper- 
ity preempted the Chinese Club's activities during the 
school year. Americanized activities included a welcome 
back party, a splash party at Park Ro She and a record hop 
dance at the Social Hall. To honor the Chinese New Year 
on February 5, a celebration was held at Cannon Center. 



Front row: Donna Chili, Josephine Sze, Susan Hong, Thomas P. Nielson, Paul Hyer, Clifford Lunkee Pang, Emile Bareng, Parley Boyd Hales, George 
L. Ting, Chi-Kit Kan, Chee-Ving Wong. Second row: Tsun Leng, Francis Leigh, Kung Minghi, Man-Chi Tong, Hilda S. Chan, David K. C. Lo, 
Man-Fat Tong, Man-Cheuk Tong, Hing-Cheong Fung, Kwok Yan Chi, Albert T. T. Lam, Linda Fock. Third row: Stephen Cheung, Jupiter Tsang, 
Lawchee Keung, Charles Ko Fook Cheong, Callins Chyong-ell Yang, Nancy Jeppsen, Pat Heywood, Kin Wong, Bernie Knapp, Shaw Choeng Lum, 
Perry C. Pang, Johnny S. Ho, Susan Chang, Chien Wan N'ien. Bach row: Chi-Lee Pang, Dennis J. Crossley, LaMonte Bee, Raymond Fock, Maurice 
Daw, Kelly Folsom, Peter Han, Blaine Porter, Wing-Fung Chan, Chang Hsiao-Cheng, Chung-Knang Ching, 




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Front row: Kay Aina, Marion Okawa, Vemon Honda, Jaren "A" Hancock, Harris Fuchigami, Annette Keala. Second row: Clayre Jones, Rubina Rivers, 
Clara Hokoana, Pualani Kanakaole, Jeane Jacobsen, Janey Hancock, Maris Jo Redd, Mary E. Stoddard, Jeanne Ogden. Back row: Ernest Encamacion, 
Edward Pelekai, Harold Galvin, Douglas D. Hansen, Brent H. Hancock, Rocert L. Zavodnik, Clarence Ching, Chanowlal Bhindi, Sam Kalama, James 
R. Nielson, Roger T. Ogden. 



HAWAIIANS HAD LUAU 

After participating in "Polynesian Holiday" assembly, Ha- 
waiian Club members were busy getting ready for the spe- 
cial spring show. All the trimmings for an authentic luau 
were flown straight from the Islands to garnish the roast 
pig. Active in intramurals, the Hawaiian girls had retired 
one supremacy trophy and were working on another. 



JAPANESE SUKIYAKI' 

The Japanese Club sponsored Sukiyaki parties ( food cooked 
as you watch), Japanese movies, and cultural and social 
meetings to further Japanese culture on campus for all in- 
terested persons. During Christmas holidays most club 
members altered vacation plans to maintain a three week 
hospital vigil in behalf of an ill club member. 



Front row: Shirley Yonemori, Florence Wakumoto, June Nagano, Ann McLeod, Hanaye Iwaasa, Nabuko Yamaguchi, Romanie Rex, Jessie Covey, 
Carolyn Inouye, DeAnna Stucki, Seiko Takeda. Second row: Garth Leishman, John D. Chase, Bob Slack ; A. Marlon Andrus, Kenneth J. Orton, Edward 
Wells, Yanuhisa Isuzuki, Gene Yamagata, John C. Higgins. Back row: M. Kent Watabe, Paull H. Shin, Mamoru Ogata, Setsuo Kawahara, Nobuyoshi 
Tachibana. 




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Front row: Loahnna Thomhill, Amaryllis Lindsey, Deanna Ashley, Nancy 
Betsy Johnson, Barbara Brownlee. Second row: Lloyd M. Freeman, Charles 
Floyd E. Beasley, Boylston B. Lewis III, Alvin K. Mayo. Back row: Dale 
pion, Phil Smart. 



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Hartzog, Susan Jacobsen, Patty Floyd, Donna Jacobsen, Cathy Chesser, 
D. Pennington, Clifford Black, Oliver L. McPherson, Jerry D. Wilcox, 
Raden, Richard Stotts, Woody Dixon, Harold Shirley, Waylon Cham- 

ARIZONANS STOMPED 

When the earth began to tremble, the students on campus 
knew that the Arizona Club was having another "stomp." 
This large geographical club participated in many campus 
activities from homecoming parade to intramurals. They 
held their traditional Spanish supper and steak fry, and 
took an active part during Western Week festivities. 

Front row: Elaine Cortsen, Carol Rogers, Diane Perry, Pat Hedden. Second row: Kathy Boyd, Charlene Hancock, Carole Lee, Deone Flake, Rodney 
E. Clawson, Verona Jarvis, Blaine L. Jarvis, Jr., Blaine L. Jarvis, Sr., Norman Pruett, Karolyn Jackman, Lana Gorman, Leonda Lines. Third row: 
Wanda Wallace, Janis Hirst, Pat Morris, Joan Jolley, Joyce Jolley, Charmaine Busby, Linda Melone, Marlyn Cochran, Betty J. Lawther, Karen Cur- 
lin, Susan Weems, Lana Fuller, Georgia Shill, Barbara Williams, Susan Staples, Judy White, Brenda Foster, Lenna Fay Morris, Linda Williams. 
Fourth row: Judith Tryon, Ruth Toronto, Judy Willis, Edna Faye Wimmer, Karen Sederholm, Manda Moffett, Linda Richardson, Cheryl Carricth, 
DeAnn Young, Barbara Bessinger, Elena Bodily, Joan Gardner, Nena Flake, Valerie Sly, Colleen Jorgensen. Fifth row: Valorie Candland, Patricia 
Murray, Colleen Bulkley, T. C. Turner, John Shepherd, Lamoine Gunnell, Tom Peterson, Bruce Campion, LeRoy N. Sleing, Larry Shumway, Mer- 
vin Jarvis, Richard Carlson, Diane Rose, Gayle Adair, Flora Decker, Sharon Richey, Tammy Brown. Back row: Duane Johnson, Duane Carling, 
David Robinson, James B. Hughes, David Kay Flake, Bruce B. Bird, Steve Staywer, Jim Peterson, Jim Call, Gerry Still, Brad Moon, William G. 
"Bill" Lund, Klaron Donaldson, Kerry Donaldson, O. E. Corky Chapman, Alfred Randall, Craig Curtis. 



REBELS SANG "DIXIE 

Students from the Mason-Dixon line to the Rio Grande 
met as members of the Confederate Club. Their pur- 
poses were to generate some of that famous southern 
hospitality on campus and to keep alive the traditions of 
the South. Club members also participated in firesides 
and various parties throughout the year. 




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Front row: Doug Calder, Ron Wolley, Craig Brown, Dave Flaag, Norm Rollingson. Second row: Heather White, Su Embry, Sylvia Butler, Wynna 
McEwen Norm Verhaaren, Irene Allen, Jodi Ahlstedt, Gloria Lynn Hull, Margo Allen, Su Maurer. Back row: Tom Bedford, Dick Seiger, Al Hollos, 
Bob Rutter, Richard Bungay, Ken Bezard. 



ALPINE MADE RESCUE 

Alpine Club was called upon to help county rescue units 
remove the body of a B Y U student from Squaw Peak in 
March. Mountain climbing and excursions to Alta and 
Brighton were part of club members' activities. A cabin 
high in Provo Canyon was the scene of many parties. 



BASIN CLUB HAD FUN 

Students from Utah's eastern slopes formed the Uintah Ba- 
sin Club for fellowship and fun. During the school year 
they participated in various activities including canyon par- 
ties, skating and bowling parties. Club members also en- 
joyed the special firesides and testimony meetings. 



Front row: Dal Seeley, Gayle Ottosen, Kathleen Caldwell, Jean Siddoway, Keith Walker. Second row: Carolyn Sullivan, Joye Williams, Laura 
Leavitt, Melpha Houtz Elaine Walker, Marilyn Winterton, Gay Cloward, Wilford Roberts, Betty Burgess. Third row: Noreen Young, Beverly Long, 
Janet Shepherd, Bob Tanner, James Goodrich, Carolyn Pennington, Kathy Walk, LaRaine Walk, Maryetta Moon, Shauna Lee Winkler. Fourth 
row: Jeanne Seeley, Janet Seeley, Dale S. Hanberg, Maxine W. Taylor, Roxane Gardner, Gerald Walker, Shirl Rawlings, Nancy Tanner, Eleanor Cap- 
son. Back row: Joyce Omar, Dick Powell, Grant Mohlman, Jack Brotherson, Lynn White, Drew Goodrich, Doug Miles, Arsenath Snow, Pat Killian. 







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Front row: Bobbi Trapier ; Massoud-Salim, Siroos-Ipaktchian, Janet Cutrer, Mehdi Ghazanfari, Fanrokh Neghabat, Saleh Kardouni, Jennifer Farmer. 
Second row: Crystal Sanders, Carol Arnold, Cheryl Gustaveson, Tavad- Haghighi, Parviz-Shayegi Neek, Ali Khadje-Nassiri, Ahmad Salari, Hossein 
Attari, Nancy Slade, Dianne Rasmussen. Back row: Parviz-Ahmadi, Reza Ghannad, Abbas Soleimani, Hassan Azimzadeh, Faramarz Sami, Hossein 
Tahmassebi, Massoud Haghighi, Akbar Nourmanesh, Siavesh Nadjmabadi, Sherri Gay Nichols. 



IRANIANS WON TITLE 



INDUSTRIAL ARTS 



The Iranian Club was organized late in fall semester; how- 
ever, this did not prevent them from having an eventful 
year. For the second year in a row, club members skillfully 
took the intramural volleyball championship. Although very 
small, the club endeavored to interrelate Arabic culture 
with American culture for better understanding. 



The B Y U Industrial Arts Club met together to promote 
a professional interest in the technical skills each member 
was working. Through various business and trade meetings 
club members exchanged technical advances and improve- 
ments as well as demonstrating individual abilities. Club 
members displayed much of this year's work in the Snell 
Industrial Arts Building. 



Front row: Nolan Lutz, Robert E. Wilson, Jay C. Hicken, Dennis Higginson, Wilford J. Tolman. Back row: Delbert Ned Helpenstine, Vernon 
Eugene Heber, Gary H. Winegar, James W. Whiting, John M. Querry, William D. Windsor. 




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Front row: Robert Lind, Neal Busk, Lynn Powell, Robert Slack. Second row: Chuck Thakkar, Fred Nelson, Dooug Hindmarsh, Mahesh Narain, Ste- 
phen Burningham, Stan Jarvis, Kendall Voyce. Back row: Marlon Andrus, Ronald Larsen, Orval Taylor, Ken Derr, Chuck Tweedy, Lee Workman, 
Mike Skousen, Juergen Menssen. 

CIRCLE K SERVED BYU Y JUDO: SELF DEFENSE 



Circle K service unit is the university counterpart of high 
school Key Clubs sponsored by Kiwanis International ser- 
vice clubs. Circle K members participated in ushering, 
ticket selling, and election booth service projects. They 
emphasized the purpose of service to their fellowmen by 
talcing upon themselves the responsibilities of service. 



The members of Y Judo Kai met together to learn the art of 
self defense as taught and practiced by the ancients of the 
far eastern hemisphere. Club members soon learned that 
timing and self-mastery were essential in order to success- 
fully master the sport and to obtain the belts which de- 
noted prowess in the sport. 



Front row: Frederic D. Spackman, Ray Patterson, Russell Miyagawa, Hans De Haas, Dorothy Baldwin. Second row: Myrna Rita Dittus, Kendall R. 
Bingham, Joseph N. Surdyk, Bill Sweet, Vernon Bush. Back row: Charles Cresap, Ray J. Heapy, Bill Leech (faculty sponsor). 








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The Brigham Young University Jesse E. 
Stay Squadron of the Arnold Air Society 
was composed of a membership of out- 
standing cadets in the Air Force ROTC 
program. It was honorary in the sense 
that only the top cadets with high schol- 
arship were accepted. Activities includ- 
ed weekly meetings which featured Air 
Force guest speakers. The Arnold Air 
Society members helped to sponsor the 
formal Military Ball. The Squadron al- 
i so sponsored a rifle drill team and par- 
ticipated in a service project which was 
assigned by the national headquarters. 

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Edmund Bak 
Jerald Baker 
John Bennett 
Robert Butler 



George Edwards 
Jimmy Honeycutt 
Larry Jenkins 
Alan MacWhinney 



Donis Meiners 
Kenneth Merrill 
Thane Packer 
Charles Pennington 



Larry Shupe 
Bill Snow 
Lee Workman 
Max Wright 



AFROTC Military royalty included attendant 
Kathleen Jensen, Queen JoEllen Cardall, and 
attendant Diana Mullett. 




Diana Mullett received a kiss 
and a bouquet after being an- 
nounced as an attendant to 
Military Ball Queen JoEllen \ 
Cardall. Couples waltzed 
around the floor during the 
evening at the Ball. 



The Arnold Air Society joined 
ivith other Brigham Young 
University AFROTC units to 
snjoy the annual Military Ball 
held in late March. 




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Larry Jenkins 
Cadet Commander, Fall 




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James Greg Andrus 
Cadet Commander, Spring 



The A.F.R.O.T.C. had an activated 
program on campus. Every Monday, 
students dressed in the Air Force blue 
reminded the studentbody of the mili- 
tary aspect of campus. During the 
year, the R.O.T.C. offices were 
changed from the basement of the 
MacDonald Health Center to the 
Physical Plant building. Air Force 
personnel taught cadets in daily 
classes concerning officer training 
and military strategy. The depart- 
ment also sponsored the coed coun- 
terpart of the cadets, Angel Flight. 
Several teams participated in contests 
throughout the nation. Drill teams 
from both cadets and Angel Flight 
copped honors in various meets. The 
rifle team also participated under the 
auspices of the department. After 
completing the four year program ca- 
dets are graduated and commissioned 
as officers in the USAF. 




Edmund Bak 
Lester Barnson 






Art Barron 
John Bennett 
Leon Cheever 
Paul Craigan 



Neil Greenhalgh 
Richard Hubbell 
Benny Knudsen 
Earl Kunzler 



Donis Meiners 
Giles Parker 
Charles Pennington 
Harvey Smith 



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Front row. Harold Clark, Larry Crismon, John P. Groesbeck, Alec V. Andrus, L. Lynn Perkins, Ron Ashby, Bruce Butler, Doyle T. West. Back row: 
Merrill Fisher, Arthur Melton, Ronald D. Larsen, Jim Lemon, Brian D. Kilstrom, Gary Lemon. 






ROTC CHORUS SANG 



A FROTC SENIORS 



The Brigham Young University A FROTC Rifle Drill Team executed 
precision routines during practice on the west parking lot. An inspection 
into the heart of the problem could always be expected by cadets from 
commanding officers. 



William Brown 
Blaine Campbell 



Elroy Christinsen 
David Coombs 






Carl Johnson 
Drew Laudie 



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Thane Packer 





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TRAINED INS.L.C. 




The College of Nursing seniors form- 
ed an association through study and 
training which enabled them to feel 
the enrichment and joy of nursing 
training. Because the university did 
not maintain a hospital, all nursing 
students in the course of their train- 
ing had to go to the Latter-day Saint 
Hospital in Salt Lake City for two 
years of their college education. Be- 
ing cut off from the main flow of 
campus activity, these students spon- 
sored exchanges, dances, and parties 
with groups in Salt Lake and Provo. 
While the nurses home was often re- 
ferred to as the "convent" and study 
was rigorous, the student nurses 
worked together to learn the art of 
giving aid and comfort to those in 
need, and to help save lives. These 
students were a part of the first who 
had completed their training in the 
relatively new College of Nursing at 
Brigham Young University. 



Peter Bos 



Verlee Brenchley 
Susan Brown 
Linda Clark 
Elmary Curran 



Linda Custer 
Mary Edmunds 
Cheryl Graliam 
Mary Hoppins 



Linda Harley 
Juanita Harmon 
Wilma Homer 
Brenda Hutchings 



Barbara Kremkau 
Naomi Loftus 
Ruth Moore 
Sharon Ray 



Monty Satterlee 
Patty Sebree 
Maylene Spencer 
Zoreatha Steele 



Kathryn Tate 
Anne Udy 
Wilma Waldron 
Nadine Waldvogel 



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Front row: Edith Rains, Joyce Westphal, Susan Brown, Sylvia Dickey Mary Ann Winnett, Maylene Spencer. Second row. Wilma Homer, Joan Naser, 
Sibyl Fay Beecher, Karen Talbot, Janet Craft. Third row: Anne K. Udy, Zoreatha Steele, Bonnie Hicks, Martha Peterson, Liana York, Mable Banta. 
Back row: Millene Freeman, Mary Ellen Edmunds, Evelyn Slark, Nanalee Larsen, Lynn Taylor, Jean Crandall. 



STUDENT NURSES 

The Student Nurses Association was composed of students 
who were enrolled in the College of Nursing program. 
These students visited various hospitals to observe hospital 
techniques and administration. During the year, they held 
study seminars and invited special guests to forum meet- 
ings. They also sponsored several social functions. 



HOME ECONOMICS 

The Home Economics Club sponsored field trips to Bridal 
Arts, Makoff's, a bakery, and clothing factory to promote a 
professional interest in home economics. "Turning Fashion 
Pages" was the theme of the fashion show the club spon- 
sored featuring student work. A special banquet honoring 
Dr. Virginia Cutler was held in addition to awarding a 
scholarship to an outstanding high school student. 

Front row: Caroly Beede, Mardeen Christiansen, Hope Nielsen, Judy Higgins, Lynn Varner, Tonya Redd. Second row: Jackie Boyce, Anne Gillman, 
Judith Spencer, Patsy Williams, Lael Heiner, Judith Swenson, Ann Etta Cope, Barbara Jean Mitchell, Linda J. Skidmore, Ulene Paskett. Third row: 
Gloria Camarillo, Rolaine Henderson, Marcia James, Jeannine Madsen, Barbara Taylor, Martha Christensen, Mary Jean Furman, Linda Flamm, Norda 
Gardner, Judith Tryon, Janet Johnson, Noreen Olpin. Fourth row: Karol Glenn, Natalie Shaw, JoAnn Eckersley, Marsali McAllister, Yvonne Elzinga, 
Jan Loveless, Earlene Wright, Rosalie Shaw, Mayone Woodbury, Zola M. Higginson, Nena Flake. Back row: Shauna Amoldsen, Evelyn Christensen, 
Shirley Bryars, Barbara Barnett, Dianne Ferwerda, Charleen McKinnon, Joye Williams. 





Carolyn Ward, President 



Carolyn Ward 
Carolyn Pond 
Hildred Chappell 



President 

Vice President 

Secretary 



Shomrah Kiyel Social Unit was dedicat- 
ed to waiting. The name was derived 
from the Hebrew term "keeper of the 
faith" signifying their faithfulness to 
their missionaries in die field. The unit 
emblem is the "forget-me-not" flower. 
Realizing the growth of the missionaries 
they waited for, Shomrah Kiyel girls 
strove also to grow spiritually and better 
themselves. They endeavored to help 
one another toward uplifting goals in 
such events as testimony meetings, mis- 
sionary homecomings, displays about 
their missionaries' missions, study nights, 
and seasonal parties. During the Christ- 
mas season, unit members gathered to- 
gether and enjoyed the presents the 
bearded Santa Claus brought to them. 
As long as there were missionaries in 
the field there were "keepers of the 
faith" . . . Shomrah Kiyel. 



SHOMRAH KIYEL WAITED 




Peggy Allphin 



Hildred Chappell 
Colleen Westring 
DaShel Evans 
Celia Frank 



Mary Gregory 
Louanna Halls 
Judy Hampshire 
Doris Hill 



Kathleen Jones 
Polly Haws 
Zola Higginson 
Janice Johnson 



Juanita Jones 
Peggy Kofford 
LaWanna Mackley 
Diana McFarland 



Donna Pefley 
Carolyn Pond 
Sharon Reed 
Mardee Rowe 



Jolene Schleckmann 
Janet Snarr 
Annette Sorenson 
Moana Stone 



Karen Tolman 
Mary Wanlass 
Carolyn Young 
Lona Anderson 



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3YU BUSINESS 
MANAGEMENT 
ASSOCIATION 

The Business Management Association 
of Brigham Young University was or- 
ganized in the same manner as a corp- 
oration. Students within the unit acted 
as a board of directors over the mock 
corporation. The first purpose of the 
organization was to provide a near real 
situation where business majors could 
gain insight into actual business and 
corporate affairs. The BMA group held 
a special breakfast in January featuring 
Elder Carl W. Buehner, leading church- 
man and business executive. 



Front row. Bruce Honey, Morris Hill, Orlo 
Snow, Gordon Thurman. Back row: Mark 
Smith, Mansfield Jennings, Roy Edwards, 
Charles Cramer, Charles Paul, Bernard Pior- 
kowski, Lowell Benson. 



The Business Management group hosted Carl 
Buehner of Salt Lake City at a special break- 
fast in January. 




Front row. Weldon Taylor, Mark Smith, Gordon Thurman, Orlo Snow, Morris Hill, Mark Nelson, Bernard Piorkowski. Second row. Earl Banner, John 
Anderson, Charles Pennington, James Boone, Jay Gamette, Harvey Tanner, James Muir, Richard Rees, Lowell Benson. Third row. Joe Advani, David 
Smith, Frank Saunders, Mansfield Jennings, Dennis Dorny, William Ludwig, Norman Seamons, Allen Halversen. Back row. Bob Hunt, Richard 
Rowley, Don Watts, David Klemm, Hal Jensen, Roy Edwards, Charles Paul, John Atkinson. 




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Front row: Janice Kotter, Dr. Keith Hoopes, Judy Jackman, Margaret Stones, I. Sharlene McMahon, Will Godfrey. Second row. Dr. Lawrence Mor- 
ris, Larry Slade, Gurn Brown, De Jones, Donald Shurtliff, Dr. Ivan L. Corbridge. Back row: Dwayn Paskett, Allan Partridge, Wayne Perkins, James H. 
Haroldsen, Joel Cannon, Kenneth Buzard. 



COUNTRY CLUB 



AGRONOMY CLUB 



The Country Club endeavored to improve students' un- 
derstanding in all phases of agriculture. Activities included 
sending Livestock Judging Teams to Portland and Ogden 
to participate in two national livestock shows. The unit 
also made a trip to Charles Redd's ranch at LaSal, Utah. 
Speakers included Mr. Oral Stewart and Mr. Richard Mux- 
dock. Country Club members participated in the new 
slaughter and meat processing plant at the student farm. 
They participated in Western Week Rodeo held in April. 



The Agronomy Club of Rrigham Young University is af- 
filiated with the national American Society of Agronomy. 
The campus group was organized to fulfill a threefold 
purpose: farming, fellowship, and fun. Outside speakers 
were invited to give their views concerning advancements 
in agriculture to unit members. Agriculture movies and 
slides were also shown to emphasize the technical advances 
of farming. The club prepared exhibits shown in the Brim- 
hall Building at different intervals during the year. 



Front row: Melvin Cheney, Garth Leishman, Dwain Horrocks, Ken Parker, Gary Carlen, LaRell Chappell, Dr. Raymond Farnsworth. Back row: 
Javad-Haghighi, Parviz Shayegi Neek, Ferrel Freer, Dennis K. Wagner, Parvis-Ahmadi, Rov Barker, Darwin C. Allred. 




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Front row: Arnold Wilson, Wallace Baker, Erlend Warnick, Robert Murdock, Reese Goodwin, D. Allan Firmage. Second row: Stanton Nuffer, 
Heikki Hovland, Donald K. Henrie, Robert Raymant, James W. Roberts, James A. Smith, R. D. Hawkins. Back row: Fred Allred, Arlin Bloomfield, 
Robert Whitehead, James L. Easton, S. Olani Durrant, Ernest K. Farley. 



CIVIL ENGINEERS 

The Brigham Young University Chapter of the American 
Society of Civil Engineers had a field trip to the Glen 
Canyon Dam in the fall. In trying to encourage the pro- 
fessional atmosphere for club members, several lecture ser- 
ies featuring outside speakers were held. Engineering week 
included the displays prepared by the Society. Robert Mur- 
dock was chosen as the outstanding civil engineering stu- 
dent in the department at that time. To become a member 
of the Society, a student must be at least in his third year 
of successful study as a civil engineer. 



CHEMICAL ENGINEERS 

The Brigham Young University Student Chapter of the 
American Institute of Chemical Engineers encouraged pro- 
fessionalism and provided opportunities for its members 
in chemical engineering. The 5th year students reported 
experiences in engineering at the first meeting of the 
year. Other meetings included films and speakers from 
Hercules Powder and Thiokol Chemical companies. Be- 
sides a Christmas party with their wives, members par- 
ticipated in the annual Engineering Week. Stephen Niel- 
son was recognized as the outstanding student in the de- 
partment. An annual awards banquet was held in May. 



Front row: Dr.L.D. Smoot, John M. Austin, Larsen S. Boyer, Lloyd W. Jones, Dr. J. J. Christensen. Second row: Lyman Tracy, Kumar Gidwani, Kim 
Bargeron, Terry Berger, Steve Haycock, Vem Mav, Chak Fu Hsu. Back row: John A. Stallings, John Woodward, Roger Rawlev, Steve Nielson, Jerry 
S. Harris, Robert D. Clay, Gad L. Williams. 




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Front row: Brent Dickson, James Westover, Blake Taylor, Charles Carr, David Crockett, Dennis Holdaway, Robert Boulter. Second row: Henry Call, 
Lee Rasmussen, Orion Wood, Robert Candland, Ben Fietkau, Eugene Holladay, Dan Merrell. Third row: Jerry Bauer, Rex James, Quilden Howard, 
Lynn Powell, Larry Stratford, Larry James, Brent Davis, Clyde Peterson. Fourth row: Jerald Poulson, Robert Green, John Morgan, Elver Boyle, Jerry 
Dain, Raza Shah, Jarvey Bragg, Arthur Brown. Back row: Ronald Saunders, Donald Hill, William Tucker, Walter Forgacs, Steven Larsen, David 
Sampson, Hal Rigby, Bruce Thomas. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS STUDIED 



Charles Carr 
Blake Taylor 
David Crockett 
Jim Westover 
Dennis Holdaway 
Robert Boulter 
Gene Halliday 
Ben Fietkau 
Bob Candland 
Ruben Longwell 



President 

Vice President 

Vice President 

Secretary 

IRE Secretary 

Treasurer 

Program Chairman 

Social Chairman 

Membership 

Publicity 



The American Society of Electrical En- 
gineers on the Brigham Young Univer- 
sity campus was organized to promote 
pride and professionalism in electrical 
engineering. The group participated in 
Engineering Week by setting up special 
displays and electrical projects. At the 
engineering banquet in April, they pre- 
sented the outstanding student in the 
department. 



Brent Davis explained the importance of elec- 
tricity and electrical appliances to the home 
and family living. This was a part of the dis- 
play the electrical engineers presented during 
Engineering Week. 

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Front row: Jens Johnson, John Clegg, Darrel Monson, Charles Carr, Richard Woodbury, Norton Chaston, Gayle Miner. Second row: Dale Broadbent, 
Phil Speckart, David Erickson, Phil Hoskins, David Nelson, Fred Myler. Third row: Ronald Barwick, Lynn Herron, Jim Echard, Richard Powell, Joe 
Stoddard, Rulen Longwell, Ken Rogers. Fourth row: Stephen Clark, Thornton Paston, Arch Willis, Kent Boyer, Michael Ossola, Kent Beus, Delbert 
Bills. Back row: Vernon Poutter, George Hone, Dale Whitman, Tom Schroath, Glenn Enke, Ronald Van Leaven, Myles Judd, Frede Hills, Mike 
Stevenson. 



In the Harvey Fletcher Engineering Building, 
students worked on problems concerning elec- 
trical circuits and currents. The fully equipped 
labs provided adequate training for students 
eager to learn. 



The space age is often thought of as the elec- 
tronic age also. Inside of all the space-borne 
craft, the world of electronics played an import- 
ant role — so important that the demand for 
electrical engineers reached an all time high. 




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Stan Ness 

Dave Henrickson 

Harold Turley 

Bob Cook 

Don Hainsworth 

Maynard Crowther 

Jim Bennett 

Howard Uibel 



President (Fall) 

President (Spring) 

Vice President 

Secretary (Spring) 

Treasurer 

Communication 

Publicity 

Adviser 



The Sportsmen Sports Club copped top 
honors during Snow Carnival. The 
sweepstakes trophy was awarded to 
them because of supremacy in skiing, 
skating, and broomball hockey. Later 
in the year they were awarded the Brok- 
en Ski award from A M S for their ski- 
ing supremacy over other campus or- 
ganizations. During the year the unit 
sponsored the Sportsmen Cup, a trip to 
Lake Mead, and an overnight outing in 
the winter to Aspen Grove. In addition 
Sportsmen went on several outings with 
Sportswomen to Alta and Brighton. One 
of the major social events for the unit 
was their annual Sportsmen Luau. 

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Cosmo Cougar stalked the fancied feline cougar in the cage during a basketball halftime. 



SPORTSMEN KEPT COUGAR 




Bob Barlow 
Jim Bennett 
Skip Brooks 
Robert Cook 



Maynard Crowther 
Will Godfrey 
Don Hainsworth 
Gary Heiner 



Dave Henrickson 
Doug Hillman 
Bill Meseke 
Mark Oldroyd 



Richard Staats 
Jan Stewart 
Bob Swenson 
Terry Thatcher 



Harold Turley 
Howard Uibel 
Ross Uibel 
John Wulff 



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Stan Ness of Sportsmen helped notify new members of Sportswomen at an early morning hour. 



Y SPORTSWOMEN SKIED 




Julia Anderson 
Suzanne Christensen 
Diane Christensen 



Dotti Douglas 
Chris Edwards 
Caroline Eyring 
Lynette Eyring 



Sherry Hale 
Anne Houston 
Judy Lynn Johnson 
Janet Johnson 



Janet Kuder 
Francis Negler 
Suzan Rees 
Ann Russon 





Judy Combs 
Jan Kuder 
Wendy Mangum 
Sue Christensen 




President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Social Chairman 



The Sportswomen Sports Club was or- 
ganized in the winter of 1959 with the 
purpose of obtaining a balance among 
the spiritual, academic, cultural, and 
social aspects through an emphasis on 
sports. Many of the activities enjoyed 
by unit members throughout the year 
included an overnight outing at Aspen 
Grove, ski trips to Alta and Brighton, a 
trip to Lake Mead, several rabbit hunts, 
and various other sports activities. The 
annual luau widi the Sportsmen was the 
major social function held by the unit. 
Because the Sportswomen are the sister 
unit to the Sportsmen they participated 
in many of their activities together. 






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Front row: Carolyn Rogers, Yvonne Murray, Carol Meservy, Susanne Hinson, Mary Bee Jensen. Second row: Norman Gardner, Jerry Ahnert, Bob Stev- 
ens, Mark Breinholt, Lowell M. Glenn. Third row: Lorie Nicholes, Darlene Godnick, Sharel Anderson, Katherine Allen, Virginia Rae Meservy. Back row: 
Dwaine Goodwin, Gary Hopkinson, Bill E. Smith, Don B. Jensen, L. DeWayne Young. 



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Front row: Barbara Butters, Marilyn Debenham, Bob Stevens, Mary Bee Jensen, L. DeWayne Young, Marsha White, Saundra Richards. Second row: 
DeAnn Domy Jim Holmes, Dwaine Goodwin, Pat Hayes, Jeanette Heiner, Third row: Mary Kay Rogers, Margaret A. McDonald, Linda Vernon, Linda 
Jeppsen, Marilyn Margetts. Back row: Tom Ryan, Darryl Adams, Rodney Jex, David Johnson, Wayne Muhlestein, Ernest Miller. 



SEATTLE FAIR 

BECKONED 

FOLK DANCERS 



The International Folk Dancers labored 
long to put the finishing touches on 
their dances before they appeared at the 
Century 21 World's Fair in Seattle. One 
of the mainstays of the Program Bureau, 
the dancers performed throughout the 
entire western United States. The color 
and swirl of the authentic costumes 
worn by the dancers made them popu- 
lar everywhere they appeared. During 
the first semester, the Internationals 
hosted a statewide dance festival in the 



George Albert Smith Fieldhouse. They 
received national acclaim when they 
presented a half time show during the 
Western Regional NCAA basketball 
playoffs. The Folk Dancers have at- 
tempted to promote goodwill and good 
entertainment through dances of inter- 
national flavor in the six years they have 
been organized. Members of the group 
were sent on scholarships to Stockton, 
California after school was out to attend 
a folk dnace camp school. 



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Front row: Cecile James, Lynn Bjorkman, John A. Evans, Linda Rae Jeppsen, Percy L. Smith. Second row: Rama Edmonds, Makere Edmonds, Priscilla 
Blue Vicki Vacher, Marie White, Kaylene Burrell, Sondra Lee Mendenhall, Lee Ann Holden, Jan White, Joan Dealing, Mary E. Stoddard, Jackie Boyce. 
Thirh row: Dee Ann Crane, Aldine Gilison, Gran Negler, Suzie Goodman, Julie Greding, Peggy Bronson, Sharon Schlamersdorf, Judy Rogers, Betty 
Morris, Jary Joan Wanlass, Lexie V. Hill, Virginia Cooley. Back row: Roger Porter, Willard Lewis, Norean Erickson, Doug Miller, Mary Ann McAllis- 
ter, Elwood Zaugg, Kaye Terry, Tony Taylor, Alice White, Don Horrocks, Warren Wright, David Denney. 

KIA ORA WAS UNIQUE TRIBE UNITED NATIONS 



Kia Ora Club is the only one of its land in the United 
States. Composed of returned missionaries, students, and 
others interested from the South Sea Isles, Kia Ora pro- 
moted the dances of the Maori people on assemblies and 
special programs. They shared a halftime program with the 
Folk Dancers during the Western Regional NCAA playoffs. 



The Tribe of Many Feathers was a union of many Indian 
nations throughout North America. They entered a float 
in the homecoming parade and provided entertainment at 
many formal and informal gatherings. The Tribe also held 
several parties and meetings throughout the school year to 
promote friendship and understanding among the several 
nations which were represented in the group. 



Front row: Anita Sandoval, LeRoy N. Shing, Antalo D. Lester, Phyllis Beck. Second row: Lillian Anolla, Betty Ann Wilson, Linda Gomis, Muriel 
DeCoteau, Geuem Johnson. Third row: Bonnie Rich, Carol Thimnal, Margie Edmonds, Priscilla Blue, Eva Chappell, Andrea Lester, Donna Edmonds, 
Marguerite Thomas. Back row: E. Ricky Lefthand, Sandy Towne, Glenn Mick, Terry Chappell, Golin Soto, Alvin Deer, Thornton Williams, Robert 
Walters. 




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The data processing equipment in the Smoot Ad- 
ministration Building ran through thousands of 
punched cards daily. Ever since 1950 all students 
entering BYU for the first time were assigned a 
number and programmed into the electronic equip- 
ment. Registration of over 11,000 students in two 
days was possible only by up-to-date equipment. 



Ron Patten of Data Processing worked over a pro- 
gramming board to handle a special problem re- 
quired in selecting certain information concerning 
all students. Jerry Rogers and Don Pugmire of 
the BYU Photo Studio worked out of their Science 
Center Studio to do campus work for the student- 
body and the Banyan. 



Mrs. Lucille Taylor handled the orders which 
came to the Photo Studio. She coordinated the 
scheduling of prints and finished work in addition 
to supervising the student help in her department. 

238 




PHOTO STUDIO, 

Y PRESS AND 

DATA CENTER 



The Data Processing Center was initiat- 
ed at B Y U in 1950 in order to handle 
the increased enrollments which were 
anticipated. Each student was assigned 
a student number when he entered 
school and carried the same number 
throughout his educational career as a 
student. Student numbers went as high 
as 70,000 in 1962. 

The B Y U Photo Studio was located in 
the Eyring Science Center. The studio 
operated on a commercial basis doing 
professional portrait work, microfilming, 
and yearbook, individual, and group 
shots. The biggest customer of the stud- 
io was the Banyan, B Y U student year- 
book. Work in the Banyan project in- 
cluded over 7,000 individual pictures 
of class and organizations members, 
various sports and activity shots, and 
special portraits of royalty. Don Pug- 
mire headed the studio with Jerry Rog- 
ers as assistant manager. 

The B Y U Press headed by Frank Hay- 
more did various printing work, ranging 
from newspaper to dance program pro- 
jects. The Y Press printed all three stu- 
dent publications including the Daily 
Universe, Banyan, and Wye Magazine. 
All University brochures and pamphlets 
were printed at the on-campus press. 



The men at the V Press worked many hours 
in assembling tvpe and running proofs for stu- 
dent publications. In fact, it was estimated 
that publications work accounted for nearly 
8100,000 in business to the press. The job of 
running the Daily Universe and the near-the- 
end-of-the-year run of the Banyan kept press- 
men busy. 




239 




Publications Adviser Noel Duerden worked every day on the "red letter" edition of the Daily Universe. Staff members anticipated "witty" criticisms. 



M. Dallas Burnett became acting chairman of the journalism department when Jean Paulson 
left because of illness. 



JOURNALISM 
DEPARTMENT, 
AUDIO-VISUAL 



The students of the publication staffs 
and the Journalism Department were 
not readily distinguishable. In fact, all 
editor positions were held down by 
journalism majors. Audio-Visual Com- 
munications shared the other half of the 
Student Service Center basement with 
the Bookstore text area. The A V C em- 
ployed highly skilled artists to do poster 
and photographic work. The Banyan 
also called upon special members of 
A V C to do yearbook work. 

240 






Les Young worked in one of the Audio-Visual cubicles in the south wing 
of the Student Service Center. Les prepared record album jackets, posters, 
and unit emblems as a part of the myriad projects assigned to him. 



Wallace M. Barrus worked the first part of the year as head photographer 
in Audio-Visual. Later he started working with the Motion Picture Depart- 
ment. Wally was former editor of the 1958 Banyan and supplied many 
excellent photos for the 1962 edition of the annual publication. 



Grant Lund worked with Wally in the photographic department of AVC. 



Roger Gylling worked as an artist in AVC helping to put out posters, 
cards, bulletins, and other visual materials for publicity and teaching. 




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CAMPUS STORE 

SOLD TEXTS, 

ETC., ETC., ETC. 



The Brigham Young University Student 
Supply Association was organized under 
the auspices of Herald R. Clark and was 
made to pay for itself. At the beginning 
of each semester, students swarmed the 
text book section to grab up the required 
materials for their new classes. Often 
the person who registered late found 
that he had to wait a week or so to get 
a book, at least until the Bookstore 
could meet his order. Not only did the 
store sell new books but they bought 
used books at the end of the semester. 
Students found that the variety store in 
the upstairs section of the Student Ser- 
vice Center was crammed with school 
supplies, greeting cards, cameras, type- 
writers, radios, steam irons, and knic- 
knacs of all descriptions. A new stereo 
section was added in addition to a com- 
prehensive paperbacks section. The 
Supply Association also handled the or- 
dering of Senior caps and gowns and 
B Y U rings. One of the most popular 
sales the Bookstore offered was the art 
prints sale held in the spring. In April, 
students had to start paying a sales tax 
on non-educational items which here- 
tofore was not required. The Utah State 
Tax Commission handed down the rul- 
ing to the University. The Store em- 
played over 70 students and made it 
possible for student organizations to buy 
goods at reduced rates. The new stu- 
dent union building will house new fa- 
cilities for the Student Supply Associa- 
tion when completed in 1964. 



Students browsed through the goods found in 
the Bookstore and often found themselves buy- 
ing something they hadn't considered before. 
Food, clothing, and supplies were available. 




242 




Helen and Bob Paxton both came in touch with the Journalism Department. Helen was the 
secretary to Publications Adviser Noel Duerden, Bob was a graduate student in Journalism. 



While Helen did the dishes after dinner, Bob worked on 
his homework. 





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WYE MAGAZINE 
DISPLAYED 
STUDENT ARTS 



The Wye Literary Magazine was edited 
by Judy Bubb from Dallas, Texas. The 
first edition of Wye was made available 
to the studentbody in February with an- 
other planned for distribution late in 
May. The magazine accepted poetry, 
short stories, biographical sketches, art 
work, photo essays, and critiques of so- 
ciety. Some students deemed the mag- 
azine worthless while others felt a def- 
inite need for it on the University cam- 
pus. While the definite future of Wye 
was hazy, it continued to be assembled 
and distributed to the students for 
twenty-five cents a copy. 



Wye Magazine Editor Judy Bubb sat on the 
lawn looking over the first issue before begin- 
ing the next which was due in May. 



243 




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Three well-known girls trios on the program bureau were: "Hi-Belles" consisting of Jean Marie Miller, Anna Joy Woffinden, and Jean McKay; 
"Sparkles" consisting of Beverly White, Sally Hale, and Karla Toland; and "Cu-tees" consisting of Gaye Hicks, Diane Roma, and Karen Seeley. They 
also participated in several production numbers. 



The Program Bureau endeavored to be 
of service to others by taking the form 
of good, wholesome entertainment. 
Their chief responsibility was to present 
high calibre programs for church, civic, 
and community groups. During the past 
two years, Bureau members have travel- 
ed and performed in 41 states and to the 
Far East under the auspices of the De- 
partment of Defense. As of fall semes- 
ter, the Bureau had completed 133 
shows to over 91,000 persons and travel- 
ed 6,400 miles. By the end of the year 
they expected to have performed 215 
shows before 140,000 persons and tra- 
veled 12,200 miles. Except for a full- 
time director and business manager, the 
Program Bureau has consisted entirely 
of student personnel. 

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When it came to novelty song, dance, and 
comedy, Norm Nielsen and Lare Nielson 
provided an evening of delightful enter- 
tainment. Norm entertained armed forces 
personnel on the B Y U show to the Orient 
in 1960 and is presently acting as student 
director of the Bureau. Lare was a featured 
performer on the 1961 eastern seaboard tour. 



Usually referred to as just the "Combs 
Twins ', Ruth and Beth Combs became al- 
most overnight favorites with audiences of 
the Program Bureau shows. Singing their 
way through song after song, show after 
show, these twins' act displayed a marked 
professional touch. 




Brigham Young University's touring "Curtain Time" show presented a colorful production based qn popular girls of song. David Jacobs, Terry O'Brien, 
and Darryl Sherwood serenaded while the pretty girls made a melody of color and harmony. This group was a part of the 12th annual southern Cali- 
fornia tour of "Curtain Time." 





M. C. directors of the Program Bureau included: 
Front row: Leonard Gabrielson, Margie Vance, 
Gary Walker, Kathy Lyman, Dale Olson. Back 
row: Berkely Peterson, Wayne Smith, Marvin 
Gardner. 



The "Three D's", Duane Hiatt ; Dick Davis, and 
Dennis Sorenson, appeared in concert as well as 
on many Bureau shows. They planned to soon move 
into professional ranks. 

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Business Manager Royal Peterson from McGill, Nevada 
finished his second year as business manager. Follow- 
ing graduation in May, Royal expected to attend Stan- 
ford University Graduate School in Palo Alto, California. 

Editor Penne Freebairn claimed Hermosa Beach, Cali- 
fornia as her home. She intended traveling through 
Europe during the summer after which she expected to 
be assistant editor again. 

During homecoming festivities, the 1962 Banyan staff 
hosted a reunion for former editors. Some who made a 
showing included 1958 Editor Wally Barrus, 1959 Edi- 
tor Lynn Hale, 1961 Editor Allan Frazier, 1956 and 
1957 Editor John Marlow, 1960 Editor Lynn Thacker. 



1962 BANYAN 

MIRRORED 

CAMPUS LIFE 



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Associate Editor Peter Cmkovic of Provo, Utah 
worked out the technical aspects of Banyan 
production. Pete planned to work in San Fran- 
cisco during the summer. 

The 1962 Banyan Staff set an unprece- 
dented record in that three former Ban- 
yan Editors worked on the staff. They 
included Wally Barrus, Lynn Thacker, 
and Allan Frazier. Editor Penne Free- 
bairn became known for the "harem" 
which followed her to the Cougareat 
every noon hour to eat lunch. And prob- 
ably the biggest event to happen in the 
Banyan Office during the year was the 
great unsolved robbery. The mortal 
fear of going into the red was continu- 
ally driven into the hearts of the staff 
by adviser Duerden. Anticipated and 
missed deadlines meant late hours at 
night to catch up. Despite the missed 
deadlines and missing money, the 1962 
Banyan was completed and the staff 
reveled at a steak fry in the canyon. 
The Banyan dynasty received impetus 
for another year when former editor 
Allan was chosen to take over for the 
coming year with signs that present 
editor Penne would be back to assist. 



Dennis Busch of Sparks, Nevada served as the 
Associate Editor in charge of personnel. Den- 
nis expected to return to Sparks for the sum- 
mer to work. . . (?) 



Copy and Layout marked Allan Frazier's main 
duties on the Banyan staff. Allan was busied 
lining up a new staff for 1963, when he was 
appointed the new editor. 




Associate Editor Dennis Busch and Editor Penne Freebairn found that too much work made 
everything just plain dull, so they provoked a little tom-foolery and found that Banyan work 
could be fun. In spite of the hours of jabber, the Banyan was published. 



247 




Former Editor Lynn Thacker headed the photo 
department of the Banyan. This was Lynn's 
fifth year on a Banyan staff. 



Photographer Dan Wissmar worked many long 
hours in the darkroom to furnish finished 
prints to help beat the deadlines (?) in April. 



Marvin Perry and Mets Lerwell took pictures 
on assignments which led them from the Re- 
ception Center in Orem to the back wall of 
the Banyan Office. 



Photographer Dave Dahl used his 
Leica for most of the pictures he 
supplied to the staff darkroom. 



Space Sales Manager John Lewis 
called on units late into the spring 
to collect due bills. He was 1963 
Business Manager. 



Jim Cummings, Kelly Newman, 
and Al Harvey worked in various 
capacities on the staff. 



Carol Judd and Joan 
as secretaries and 
They also worked on 



Higbee acted 
receptionists, 
the index. 




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Proofreader Holly Thorstad winced every time 
she read the copy which was produced in late 
surges to meet the final deadlines in April. 



Raylean Hydeman, Connie Bennett, and Elaine 
Osborne worked with Fine Arts Editor Jane 
Degraffenried. Elaine handled the student pub- 
lications section of the yearbook. 



Margaret Bott assisted Lee Ann Holden in the 
activities section. Their work included schedul- 
ing all photo appointments and gathering facts 
for copy material. 



Marlene Miller and Gwendolyn 
Guest worked with Organizations 
Editor Monique Callewert in com- 
piling her section. 



Classes Editors Lee Howard, Lyle 
Robinson and Pat Phippen strip- 
ped up panels of class pictures. 



Nancy Brubaker and Judy Willis 
did the Administration section. 
Nancy did University and Judy 
did Student. 



Gene Able, Tom Peterson, and 
Alice Bessey devoted their time to 
several areas of book production. 




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DAILY UNIVERSE LOST 
2 EDITORS IN YEAR 




Business Manager Marty Conover from Spring- 
ville, Utah managed the Universe's business. 



In spite of one of the most hectic years on record, 
Cougarland's daily, the Daily Universe outlasted the 
school year. 

In surviving, however, the sixth largest paper in Utah 
lost two editors, many assistants and finally ended the 
year with a quorum of six associate editors quarter- 
backed by managing editor Barbara Miller (left) and 
sports editor Alf Pratte, campus editor Jeanette Barney, 
news editor Virgil Kovalenko, society editor Jan Love- 
less and feature editor Mrs. Chris Carson holding the 
reins. 

The first editor, Millard Wilde, lasted for three months 
before leaving school to accept a position with the 
Tooele weeklies. Former news editor Paul Richards 
(upper left) stepped into Wilde's big shoes but re- 
signed in March after he was censured by the publica- 
tions board for a controversial editorial. Only Pratte 
retained his original position, as the other editors switch- 
ed jobs a dozen times during the stormy year. 



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Campus editor Jeanette Barney, Samuels, Idaho sophomore, also held office of managing editor in hectic year. Jan Loveless, Salt Lake City, moved 
into society desk after original editor Karla Berrett resigned. Alf Pratte, Lethbridge, Alberta, remained sports editor while working for Deseret News. 




Chris Carson kept pace with campus characters as feature editor after 
shifting from managing editor. 



Becki Fillmore, Ontario, Oregon, worked as Editor of the Galaxy, a 
magazine supplement to the Universe. 



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Virgil Kovalenko, San Clemente, Calif, graduate 
student, assumed news editor role in February. 



Helio Gonzales returned to school spring se- 
mester to take over the job of head photogra- 
pher on the Daily Universe. 



Jerry Carson from Las Vegas, Nevada held the 
number two spot on the business staff. 



Diana McFarland, Meryl Lynn Croft, Shelia 
Carter, Ardean Toler, Judy Williams and Pam 
Stott helped feature editor Chris Carson fill 
Universe pages with campus news. 



Phil McKnight (left) and Lon Carlston were 
among sports writers that included Kim Brew- 
ster, Doug Christensen, Jack Bachelor, Bill 
Adair, Terry Johansen, Hal Gubernick, Tracy 
Wilson (not present for pix). 



Sandy Stanko, Karen Mitchell, Pam Stott, May- 
one Woodbury and Christy Pitcher kept the 
Universe office in order as receptionists, letter- 
openers and writers. 





Mets Lerwill, Lorin Robinson, Errol Genta and George Redd formed the nucleus 
of the Universe's photographic staff. 




Graduate student Millard Wilde started year as editor- 
in-chief, but left school in December. 



Campus reporters Sue Amundsen, Doug Christensen, Sheridan Hanseen, Linda 
Hunter, Maxine Kreuer and Gloria Hull worked under three editors. 



Business staff workers Karen White, Tom Otterstrom, 
Gary Longmore, Dick Fuller, Marty Conover, and Marv 
Bell worked to bring in money. 





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BYU STUDIO 

MADE PICTURES 

FOR CHURCH 



The Brigham Young University Motion 
Picture Production Department was es- 
tablished in 1953 to serve the Univer- 
sity and the Church. One of the very 
few motion picture departments main- 
tained by a university, if came into being 
because of the belief that the University 
owed its existence to the Church and 
therefore considered itself in the best 
position to serve the Church in this ca- 
pacity. The present facilities were first 
used in 1959. Wetzel Whitaker, with 
over twenty years of motion picture ex- 
perience, most of which was with the 
Walt Disney Studios, was called to head 
the BYU operation. The original 
studio was located behind the speech 
center. The first films included requests 
from the Presiding Bishopric. Since 
that time, all the auxiliaries of the 
Church have requested movies to be 
made at the Y center. The present fa- 
cilities are located on 15 acres of pasture 
and woodland near the Provo Biver. 
Production has increased from one pic- 
ture in 1953 to more than ten in 1962. 



Director Wetzel Whitaker instructed Henry Ey- 
ring of the U. of U. in a scene from "Search 
for Truth." The crew set up for shooting on 
location. Fran Urry and David Jacobs discussed 
roles. Make-up girl trimmed Fran Urry's beard. 




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STUDENTS RAN 
TV STUDIO 
AND KBYU-FM 



Students who concentrated their studies 
in the television and radio fields, found 
ample opportunity for practical exper- 
ience through the mock TV studios 
and radio station KBYU-FM. The tele- 
vision studio filmed most of the Christ- 
mas Concert which was aired over KSL- 
TV in Salt Lake City. A note of opti- 
mism filled the air, when the University 
applied with the FCC for control of 
the channel which was assigned to the 
defunct KLOR-TV station in Provo. If 
the University was awarded the chan- 
nel, they planned to convert it to an 
educational channel operating from the 
campus. 

Radio station KBYU-FM started opera- 
ting as an FM station last year. The 
station format and programming was 
up-graded in order to draw a larger lis- 
tening audience. Students ran the sta- 
tion in its entirety from manager down 
to script writers and disc jockeys. The 
station endeavored to cover such events 
as election results of studentbody elec- 
tions, the L D S General Conference 
sessions, and other campus related activ- 
ities. 



While technicians stood patiently bv, the di- 
rector offered some broadcasting tips to par- 
ticipants in the television studio. The signal 
indicated that the announcer should begin. 
Dale Harris and Ron Mclntyre directed the ac- 
tivities of radio station KBYU. 

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Y ATHLETICS 

MAINTAINED 

RESPECTABILITY 



Brigham Young University's athletic 
teams stood in about the middle of the 
Skyline Conference in overall victories 
in all sports. By tieing for fifth and 
fourth in football and basketball respec- 
tively, the Cats hoped to win top spots 
in track and baseball. Frosh football and 
basketball teams garnered state titles, 
losing only three games between them. 




PIGSKIN TEAM 
WAS EDGED 
BY UTE SQUAD 



The new look" coach, Hal Mitchell, 
ushered in his infant year as head coach 
of B Y U with a record that, although 
definitely not overly impressive, showed 
promise of better things to come. His 
charges had just begun to get the feel 
of the single wing brand of ball brought 
to the Cougar from Miachell's alma ma- 
ter, UCLA. Mitchell captained the 
1951 Bruin team that was nationally 
ranked. He was named outstanding 
tackle on the all-Pacific Coast Confer- 
ence. This prompted his sincere belief 
in the effectiveness of single-wing play 
in big-time football. UCLA continued 
among the nation's powers in grid action 
and he hoped to eventually make B Y U 
a respected name among pigskin circles. 
Mitchell served time for the New York 
Giants pro team before deciding to be 
a coach. In the army he was named 
most valuable player when he played for 
the Fort Lee team in 1954. Mitchell's 
debut at B Y U was a frosh mentor 
where he had a 7-1 record in two years. 
Big Hal's staff included Gerald Doman, 
Chris Apostal, Clint Whitfield, Earl 
Lindley and La Veil Edwards who re- 
placed Carl Rollins for 1962. 



Head Coach Hal Mitchell kept close contact 

with the spotters in the press box. Mitchell's 

assistants worked the sidelines as the game 
progressed. 




Paul Allen, wingback Rick Ashmore, wingback Frank Baker, kicker 



Bob Barrow, guard 



Gordon Blackham, 
quarterback 




Roger Dupaix, guard Eldon Fortie, tailback Dion Frazier, wingback Gene Frantz, end 



Marshall Hall, fullback 




Bruce Handley, guard Jim Hawkins, end 



Kent Home, tackle 



Jim Kimmel, end Paul Knoblauch, tackle 

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1961— SKYLINE STANDINGS 



Utah State 


5 1 


198 


36 


Wyoming 


5 1 


135 


34 


Utah 




3 3 


113 


83 


New Mexico 


3 3 


97 


144 


Montana 




2 4 


86 


141 


BYU 




2 4 


79 


144 


CSU 




6 
SCORES 


53 


179 


BYU 


13 


San Joes State 


14 


BYU 


8 


West Texas 




55 


BYU 


30 


North Texas State 


41 


BYU 


7 


Montana 




6 


BYU 


20 


Utah 




21 


BYU 


8 


Wyoming 




36 


BYU 


8 


Utah State 




31 


BYU 


30 


Colorado State 


16 


BYU 





Oregon State 




35 


BYU 


6 


New Mexico 




34 




WON 2, LOST 8 







A new coach, but the same story — a re- 
building year at Brigham Young Univer- 
sity. This time, however, Hal Mitchell, 
the new face on the B Y U coaching pic- 
ture, had taken different steps in his re- 
cruiting techniques. Mitchell is a native 
of California where he turned for his 
best material. The fact that he played 
for UCLA enhanced his selling pro- 
gram to the budding young stars in 
high schools in that area. But Mitchell 
did more. He successfully proselyted a 
score or more of outstanding junior col- 
lege men, many of which came to B Y U 
second semester in time for spring prac- 
tice. It was around these players and 
such standouts as Eldon Fortie and Dor- 
an Merkeley, who proved themselves 
in 1961, and up-and-coming freshmen, 
including heralded Kent Nance and an- 
other in the endless trek of Hawaiians, 
John Kawaa, that Mitchell built his 
hopes for 1962. 



The songleaders stopped doing their routines 
long enough to have a drink of punch and 
socialize with each other. Cougar teammates 
upended Aggie foes. 




Bruce Kochevar, guard Bryon Lake, guard 



Jeff Livingston, 
blockingback 



Bill Nelson, fullback John Malarsi, fullback 





Dennis Peterson, center Don Petersen, end Wayland Shepherd, guard Bruce Samples, wingback Lloyd Smith, end 







Clark Stringham, end Roger Stringham, guard Devon Stone, tackle 



v. I mk 

Steve Sullivan, guard 



John Sunkees, tackle 




Dan Taylor, center Scott Wartena, tackle Val Weenig, tackle 



Dick Wood, end 



Bill Wright, tailback 



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After a rugged, bruising, rough-and-tumble first half, the players squatted down in the dressing room to listen to criticisms and second half plans. 




Something else new incorporated by 
Mitchell was the single wing offense — 
Mitchell was co-captain of the most 
powerful single wing offense in the 
country in his playing days at UCLA 
Cougar fans got a look at the little-used 
single wing style this year as the new 
coaching staff began the long haul of 
changing over. It wasn't so much the 
fault of the offense, though, as the Cats 
were shut out only once. The defense 
yielded 289 points in ten games. The 
business half was able to average only 
13 points each contest, largely because 
their opponents had control of the ball 
most of the time. 

The brightest point in what the future 
may hold is the emergence of Eldon 
Fortie as a devastating rusher and pas- 
ser, fitting into the single wing as a 
tailback. Fortie led the Skyline Confer- 
ence in total offense with 891 yards — 
469 through the air and 422 on the 
ground — to edge out Utah State's great 
Tom Larscheid by 118 yards. In addition, 



Cougar footballers crushed in to stop an op- 
ponent in his hurried drive to gain yardage. 



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Veteran radio announcer Dean Bennett of KSL radio in 
Salt Lake City broadcasted all BYU football games to 
fans scattered throughout the entire intermountain area. 



A crumbling opponent fumbled the ball after being am- 
bushed by Cougar tacklers. Another Cougar rushed in to 
grab up the ball and claim it for the win-hungry Cats. 



A Cougar man broke the line behind the blocking of a 
teammate. BYU found they had a spurious offense and a 
vascillating defense when they faced tough competition. 




he was fourth in kickoff returns with 
238 yards in 12 carries for a 19.8 aver- 
age. His rushing yardage was good 
enough for fiftli in the now-extinct Sky- 
line Conference. 

Others who made their presence felt 
were Paul Allen who led the league and 
the nation in kickoff returns with a spec- 
tacular 47.5 yards a try for 427 yards on 
nine carries, and Bill Wright who was 
the best punter in the league, booting 
the leather 40.5 yards a whack. Dion 
Frazier returned punts 28.7 yards a try 
which was the best average in the con- 
ference but he only had three carries, 
which put him in fifth for total yardage. 
Sixth in pass-receiving was Don Peter- 
son who had 11 receptions for 115 yards. 
Allen was also the number two man in 
the scoring department behind Lar- 
scheid with nine touchdowns and 58 
points. 

BYU 13, SAN JOSE STATE 14 

The "new look" Cats unveiled them- 
selves for the fans' judgment in this one. 
The customary case of opening game 
jitters was present, but the Cougar elev- 
en put on a good show before bowing 
to a well-rounded Spartan squad, 13-14. 
San Jose capitalized on a lapsing defense 
in the final minutes of the first half for 

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a couple of quick TD's to hold off the 
Cougars last ditch surge for the victor)'. 

B Y U 8, WEST TEXAS 55 

Trampled under at Canyon, the Cou- 
gars suffered their worst defeat in only 
the second outing. The Cats hadn't 
been beaten this bad since 1922 when 
they were left agape 49-0 at the hands 
of Colorado Mines. It was 41-0 at the 
half, and the Cougars recovered from 
their fumbleitis to salvage a respectable 
last stanza. 

B Y U 30, NORTH TEXAS STATE 41 

Frosh coach Clen Tuckett scouted North 
Texas while BYU was taking their 
lumps against the other Texas squad. 
Tuckett changed his report to a tossup 
from an excellent chance after hearing 
the score at Canyon. He wasn't far off 
as Mitchell's entourage came up for air 
in their first real offensive showing. De- 
fense weakness crushed them again. 

B Y U 7, MONTANA 6 

Victory felt good. Eldon Forties abil- 
ities on a rain-drenched Cougar stad- 
ium, outplaying Montana star quarter- 
back Bob O'Billovich to the letter gar- 
nared him 212 of the 252 yards gained 
by the Big Cats and was the key factor 
in setting up the position for his TD 
pass to Dick Darling for the margain 
of victor)'. Said Mitchell, "It feels bet- 
ter to win than lose." 

BYU 20, UTAH 21 

Traditional rivals followed true to form 
at Salt Lake City with the Cougars lead- 
ing twice in the fracas that saw every- 
one on the Cat team get in a few licks. 
An upset might still have occurred if a 
two-point conversion attempt had not 
gone amuck because of a penalty against 
BYU The Redskins had an uphill bat- 
tle of it, but determined play pulled it 
out for them, and they went on to up- 
set the nationally ranked Colorado Buffs. 

B Y U 8, WYOMING 36 

No rest for the weary gridders. The on- 
slaught continued at the hands of the 
second-best team in the conference. 
Wyoming had too much of everything 
and proved it. Bill Wright, Paul Allen 
and Don Peterson led the defiance, but 
the Cowboys went to their depth and 
wore the Cougars out in the second half. 

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When the football team went to other areas, young sports fans gathered around team members to listen to usual chit-chat, and observe the goofing-off. 




A Cougar runner evaded oncoming tacklers, hoping to break away for that important touch- 
down. The Cougar team amassed a losing season of two wins against eight losses. 



Cougar backfield man Eldon Fortie ran across the field looking for an eligible pass receiver 
down field. Fortie topped the Skyline in passing yardage. 



B Y U 8, UTAH STATE 31 
The most powerful Aggie delegation 
ever spoiled the B Y U homecoming in 
spite of Paul (The Horse) Allen's bril- 
liant 93-yard kickoff return for the only 
home touchdown. The Cougar line 
fought valiantly against Merlin Olsen 
and Clark Miller, of All-America fame, 
getting in their licks but not often 
enough to overcome the Ags. 

B Y U 30, COLORADO STATE 16 
The Rams saw the tables turned when 
the Blue and White walloped them in a 
determined effort not to ruin their last 
home game of the season. Allen spurred 
the charge again with three touchdowns 
and a two-pointer. Everyone got into 
the action as Doran Merkeley was the 
top Cat rusher with 73 yards and Dion 
Frazier added the other score. Bill 
Wright kept his punting record intact 
against his closest competitor, Roy Schu- 
bert of C S U. 

B Y U 0, OREGON STATE 35 
Oregon's Terry Baker, who was a stand- 
out in the NCAA basketball regionals 
at Provo, spearheaded a surge of Beav- 
ers to B Y U 's only shutout loss. 

B Y U 6, NEW MEXICO 34 
Bowl-bound New Mexico closed out a 
long season for the Cougars with an 
avalanche of touchdowns which the 
Cats were unable to overcome. 

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Y FROSH TEAM 
WON TWO, 
DROPPED TWO 







SCOBES 




BYU 


21 


Utah State 





BYU 


14 


Utah 


18 


BYU 


6 


Air Force 


20 


BYU 


14 


Utah 


13 



Freshmen grid fortunes at BYU took a 
blow prestige-wise as they suffered 
their first losses in the last three years. 
The Kittens still salvaged at least a tie 
for the mythical Utah state champion- 
ship with their 2-2 overall record. 
The season opened true to form with 
a lop-sided 21-0 victory over Utah State's 
Ramblers. In that contest, much herald- 
ed high school ail-American Kent Nance 
rushed and passed for 208 of his team's 
246 yards gained. The Kittens followed 
than outing with a couple of disappoint- 
ing losses to Utah and the Air Force 
Academy yearlings. They were nipped 
14-18 by the Papooses and whipped 6-20 
by the flyboys. A thrilling 14-13 come- 
back over Utah in their second meeting 
closed out Glen Tuckett's initial season 
as head frosh coach. 



Cougar Frosh chased a Utah Papoose with the 
football before he made too much yardage. Kit- 
ten backfield men blocked while a teammate 
ran around the end towards the goal. Frosh 
cheerleaders yelled for the Blue team. 




The studentbody cheerleaders included (top) Marilyn Smith, Donna Cougar songleaders discussing a new routine include Ellen Croff, 
Miller, Doug Shaw, Ned Solomon, Dick Hubbell, and Marietta Moon. Maryland Jacklin, Julie Bagley, Carol Rawson, and Marilyn Johnson. 



PEP SQUADS 

ENCOURAGED 

HEARTY CHEERS 



The entire BYU cheering squad includ- 
ed cheerleaders, songleaders, flagtwirl- 
ers, and Frosh cheerleaders. At all foot- 
ball and basketball games they worked 
with the band and the studentbody in 
organized rhythm claps and yells. The 
The cheerleaders engaged mostly in 
tumbling and acrobatics while the song- 
leaders and flagtwirlers worked out clev- 
er routines to musical numbers. It was 
a big show. 



These flagtwirling coeds that danced and 
smiled every game were Lynn Jeffries, Shauna 
Anderson, Gail Slater, Debbie Tally, Verla 
Rohner, and Marilyn Griffith. Frosh cheer- 
leaders included Rosanne Tueller, Marilyn 
Jameson, Sharon Mass, Linda Anderson, and 
Carolyn Poulton. 




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WATTS' TEAM 

SALVAGED 

4TH PLACE TIE 



SKYLINE CONFERENCE STANDINGS 



Team 


won 


lost 


Utah 


13 


1 


Utah State 


12 


o 


Colorado State 


10 


4 


BYU 


5 


9 


Montana 


5 


9 


Denver 


5 


9 


Wyoming 


3 


11 


New Mexico 


3 


11 







SEASON RESULTS 




BYU 


68 


UCLA 


66 


BYU 


86 


UCLA 


83 


BYU 


53 


Santa Clara 


64 


BYU 


56 


Santa Clara 


71 


BYU 


44 


Oklahoma State 


61 


BYU 


81 


Oklahoma 


74 


BYU 


66 


Air Force Academy 


68 


BYU 


54 


San Jose State 


60 


BYU 


46 


New Mexico State 


70 


BYU 


69 


U. of Pacific 


67 


BYU 


54 


Arizona State 


94 


BYU 


58 


Arizona 


60 


BYU 


63 


Montana 


59 


BYU 


73 


Wyoming 


63 


BYU 


69 


Colorado State 


75 


BYU 


89 


Utah 


94 


BYU 


98 


Denver 


73 


BYU 


69 


Utah State 


88 


BYU 


76 


New Mexico 


74 


BYU 


70 


Utah State 


80 


BYU 


65 


Colorado State 


73 


BYU 


71 


Wyoming 


87 


BYU 


80 


Montana 


66 


BYU 


101 


Utah 


106 


BYU 


70 


New Mexico 


80 


BYU 


88 


Denver 


91 


Won 9, 


lost 17 





Stan Watts is one of seven coaches in 
the nation to win over 100 games in his 
first five years of coaching. His crown- 
ing achievement came in 1951 when his 
quint won the NIT championship. There 
are three conference championship tro- 
phies in the case due to Watts' efforts. 
Watts handpicks his own schedule ev- 
ery year in an effort to provide his 
squad with the toughest competition. 
He is ably assisted by Bob Bunker and 
ever-present Bod Kimball, the trainer. 
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John Alstrom, forward 



Stan Ashby, center 



Gary Batchelor, guard 



Bill Blumenthal, forward 




Bruce Burton, forward 



Bill Crow, guard 



Bob Inglis, center 



Lloyd Johnson, center 




Jim Kelson, forward 



Steve Merta, center 



Bob Skousen, forward 



Ron Steinke, guard 



Coach Stan Watts and his chargers sat on the sidelines ob- 
serving the action on the floor. Watts juggled his team line-up 
constantly the entire season. 




Bob Wilson, guard 



Bill Wiley, forward 



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Bob Skousen of the Cougar team shot over the defense of the tall Utah 
squad which included Ail-American Bill McGill ( 12 ) and four iron men. 



Cougar guard Gary Batchelor pivoted into the air to make a shot while 
the Utah Redskin team surrounded him. 




The Cougar basketballers won two games from the UCLA Bruins who 
later returned to Smith Fieldhouse to capture NCAA Western playoffs. 



Batchelor of the Cougars eked out a shot past John Slaughter of the 
UCLA Bruins as both teams moved in to grab the rebound if he missed. 



Utah State upheld the conferences last 
banner well, battling their way to the 
regional finals which were held in Provo 
for the first time. Winner of these play- 
offs and third in the nationals was 
UCLA which improved greatly after 
dropping a pair of openers to B.Y.U in 
the Smith Fieldhouse. Skousen got his 
47 in this clash and the Cats were 
ranked number 20 in the nation by the 
United Press, but soon lost this elite 
rating. 

The 9-17 mark was the worst record 
Stan Watts has had in his 13 years of 
directing Cougar roundballers. Watts 
was optimistic, as only a coach can be, 
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about next year's squad, although he 
made no promises of league supremacy. 
It was a young team this year, though, 
losing only two players via graduation 
and none as yet through a mission call. 
A powerful forward wall of Skousen, 
Burton and Jim Kelson will be back. 
They combined to total 45.7 points in 
Skyline action, but will probably still 
be hard pressed to retain their jobs from 
a topflight freshman group that blazed 
to a terrific record. In addition, a couple 
of redshirts, Paul Wyatt and Jerry Dahl- 
man will be tough to beat out. Wyatt 
is 6-7 and may be the height that BYU 
has been so painfully lacking in previous 



years. Dahlman was the leading frosh 
scorer of two years ago and possesses 
one of the deftest shots in the business. 
Gary Batchelor and hustling Ron Steinke 
will be back to form a rugged guard 
line, that is, if they can hold down their 
spots against the freshman whizzes, 
cousins Mike and Joel Gardner. 
In pre-season play, the Cougars had 
their usual rigid slate, meeting defen- 
sive-minded Santa Clara following the 
UCLA victories. It was here that the 
Cats ran into their first problems, losing 
two, 53-64 and 56-71. Skousen was way- 
laved, but Lloyd Johnson, a "nice guy," 
broke loose for 20 points and a hope to 






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the answer of the weak center spot. He 
was later replaced by Burton in that 
position, in one of Watts' best moves, 
however. Burton came into his own, but 
had to rely on support from a different 
person in each game, as the Cougars 
spent the season in ups and downs. 

The Cougars finished the pre-season 
wars with a 4-8 record, losing to Okla- 
home State, the Air Force Academy, San 
Jose State, University of Pacific, and 
whipping Oklahoma. 
They fared littie better in Skyline ball, 
winding up in a three-way tie for fourth 
with Montana and Denver on a 5-9 
mark. B Y U was unable to pull off the 
exciting upsets of last year's five against 
such powers as Kansas, Utah and Miami, 
and had to be content with winning the 
ones they could. The only quintet they 
could master twice turned out to be hap- 
less Montana, and they dropped a pan- 
to each of the Big Three, Utah, Utah 
State, and Colorado State. Their best 
output was against the old nemesis Utah 
when BYU plastered the nets with 101 
points, five short of the Redskins, who 
were led by McGill's record-setting 60 
counters. Offensively, the Cats were sec- 
ond in league play with a sizzling 77.3 
points per game average. They were like- 
wise second in team rebounding, hauling 
down 725. The hurting places were in 
team defense where they yielded a 
whopping 79.2 points, and in field goal 
shooting percentage where they connect- 
ed on only 39.5 per cent of their shots. 
They were sixth in the league in these 
two departments. 

Following Skousen and Burton in the 
scoring picture were Jim Kelson with 
9.7, Ron Steinke with 8.3, Gary Batche- 
lor with 7.6 and senior Bob Wilson at 
7.8 Best sophomore prospect appeared 
to be rugged Bill Blumenthal who turn- 
ed in some stellar performances in re- 
bounding and scoring. 



d 



While sports writers peered from their nest in 
the rafters, Cougar Ron Steinke shoved the 
ball towards the basket for another two points. 
Wyoming man was too late to stop the play. 



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Cougar forward Bruce Burton brought down a rebound in the midst of team. Bruce Burton went up with a quick shift to make another two point. 




Inconsistency plagued Stan Watts' 
charges in the 61-62 campaign. Erratic 
performances from what should have 
been the solid five forced the coaching 
staff to juggle their lineup so much that 
new faces were seen almost every game. 
Bob Skousen, who began the season 
with a 47-point record-breaking splash 
and looked as if he had regained his 
pre-mission form ran into occasional dif- 
ficulties in this department. Neverthe- 
less, he wound up as the top Cougar 
scorer in the overall picture with 363 
points and a 15.9 average. 
Bruce Burton, whose rapid advancement 
made him the only consistent player, 
finished fifth in the Skyline race with 
an 18.4 average. Burton's total for the 
season was 362 for a 14.0 average. 
Billy McGill was the byword in Sky- 
line discussions, finishing tops in almost 
every department and selected as every- 
one's all-American on the basis of his 
nation-leading scoring average. The 
Utes were barred from N.C.A.A. com- 
petition because of illegal recruiting, 
however, which put a somewhat sour 
note on the end of Billy McGill's career. 



While Burton held back an Aggie man, Bon 
Steinke jumped up to grab the rebound from 
the boards. Cougar Jim Kelson waited on the 
edge for the action to move downcourt and a 
chance for another two points. 



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Cougar and Grizzley players jumped into the air to retrieve ball. 




Guard Gary Batchelor popped up a shot at the basket as Utah State and 
BYU players prepared to grab the rebound if he missed. Ron Steinke ballet- 
stepped away from a Wyoming player in order to get a clear shot. 




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Front rou>: Manager John Peterson, Coach Pete Witbeck, Assistant Coach Ralph Ashby. Second row: Chuck Tebbs, Joel Gardner, Mike Gardner, Mike 
Duckworth, John Johnson, Marion Bentley. Back row: Paul Millar, Leddy Baker, Roger Garrick, Lou Andrus, Rusty Davidson, Kent Butler, Bob 
Quinney, Duane Roberts. 



FROSH TEAM 

RECORD ENDED 

TO GOOD: 13-1 

SEASON RESULTS (13-1) 



BYU 


62 


Varsity 


97 


BYU 


93 


Mesa College 


68 


BYU 


78 


Snow J.C. 


66 


BYU 


81 


Idaho State Frosh 


68 


BYU 


97 


Weber College 


88 


BYU 


69 


Utah Frosh 


67 


BYU 


78 


Utah State Frosh 


76 


BYU 


116 


Hill Air Force Base 


59 


BYU 


102 


College of Southern Utah 


65 


BYU 


99 


Utah State Frosh 


96 


BYU 


101 


Snow J.C. 


80 


BYU 


86 


Carbon J.C. 


69 


BYU 


91 


Utah Frosh 


84 


BYU 


86 


Weber 


78 


BYU 


57 


Idaho State Frosh 


64 



Freshman coach Pete Witbeck said this 
was the finest squad he has led in his 
three years at Kitten mentor. Stan Watts 
was equally high in his praise of the sea- 
son's yearling edition, commenting that 
all five of the starters had an excellent 
chance to break next year's starting line- 
up in varsity competition. This all being 
based on fact as the Kits' 13-1 record 
showed. Three times they broke the cen- 
tury mark in scoring output, including 
one 116-59 massacre of Hill Air Force 
Base. They had their share of squeakers, 
also. They nipped the Utah Papooses 
and the Utah State Ramblers, arch-rivals, 
by two points in a couple of chillers. 
Two other overtime games saw them 
come out on top over Weber College, a 
two-year school, and Idaho State Col- 



lege's freshmen, who later administered 
the Kitten's only loss in the final contest 
of the season. The mythical Utah state 
championship turned up among the sea- 
sun's spoils for the second consecutive 
year. 

All five of the Kit starters hit for double 
figures in the points-per-game depart- 
ment. They were led by Bob Quinney 
who smashed previous frosh scoring 
laurels with 318 points good for a 22.7 
average. He was especially deadly from 
the charity stripe v/here he missed only 
12 of 76 tosses. He was ably supported 
by colorful and hustling Lou Andrus 
who hit for a 15.9 average at the center 
spot, soft-shooting Joel Gardner, 14.2, 
deadly Paul Millar, 13.4, and playmaking 
Mike Gardner, at 12.7. 



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Cosmo the Cougar, Buddy Youngreen, swung over the cheering section on an elastic rope the 
night he was "beheaded" and applauded by a grateful studentbody. 



A frosh player shoots ball toward the hoop for score. 




Frosh center Lou Andrus let the ball fly towards the 
basket as Utah State center pushes off. Paul Millar 
reached for ball over rebounding Utah State player. 

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Members of the varsity wrestling team practiced daily to keep alertness and muscle tone at a peak. Cougar grapplers copped fourth place in Skyline. 



WRESTLING 

CAPTURED 4TH 

IN CONFERENCE 



Steve Goodsell was the outstanding grap- 
pled for this 61-62 mat squad. He was 
undefeated in Skyline and went on to 
cop heavyweight laurels as the only Cou- 
gar league champion. As a whole, Clint 
Whitfield's crew turned in one of the 
finest performances ever seen by a Cat 
grappling team, finishing with a 10-4-1 
record. Drew Laudie at 115 pounds, 
Richard Scott at 123, Sherd Duncan, 130, 
LeGrande Smith at 137, captain Leroi 
Davies, 147, Lance Miner, 157, Jim Jory, 
167, Ron Gilbert, 177, and Lynn Mull- 
ineaux at 191 were the mainstays. 



Cougar wrestlers provided exciting action for 
fans at the several wrestling meets they hosted. 

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Front row. Lonnie Lambson, Evan Arthur, Clark Dowdle, Ron Lee, Ken Croff, Henry Isaksen. Back row: Coach Rudy Moe, Jim Williams, Don Gor- 
don, Tom French, Warren Stringham, Klaus Axman, Richard Snow. 




GYMNASTICS 
FEATURED 
FORM, BALANCE 



Rudy Moe's agility and strength artists 
had difficulties in some dual meets, but 
were noted for their fine half time shows. 
Their intermission exhibitions entertain- 
ed and occasionally awed BYU specta- 
tors. They were hampered by a sched- 
ule-it-as-you-go slate that limited the 
number of dual meets. Best performers 
were Richard Snow and Don Gordon on 
the trampoline, Evan Arthur in tumbling 
and Ron Lee at free exercise. Gordon 
was the only returning letterman. 



Cougar gymnasts worked out on the rings and 
parallel bars in order to perfect their routines. 

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GOLF TEAM 
SHOT, PUTTED 
IN SKYLINE 



Golf fortunes at BYU began on April 6 
for coach Karl Tucker's putt 'n chip ex- 
perts. Tucker lauded Gil Torres as a 
master of short irons, saying that Torres 
is one of the greatest from 150 yards 
out. Norm Jorgenson is a longball hit- 
ting returned missionary, Lyman Tracy 
was a semi-finalist in the Utah County 
Amateur, and Lynn Hone was the 1961 
Skyline driving champ. They were cap- 
ably backed by Errol Raven and Ed Pet- 
erson. League championships were held 
in Provo at the Alpine Country Club. 



While Norm Jorgensen swung at the ball 
Coach Tucker, Ed Peterson, and Lynn Hone 
observed his form and stability. 



Front row: Gil Torres, Lyman Tracy. Back row: Errol Raven, Ed Peterson, Lynn Hone, Norman Jorgensen, Coach Karl Tucker. 




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TENNIS SQUAD 

RACKETED 

IN THE SPRING 



Coach Buck Dixon's racketmen were 
plagued along with other spring sports 
by foul weather until late in the tuneup 
season. Indoor practices kept the likes 
of lettermen Harold Turley, Bob Kroff 
and LeRoy Peterson, and newcomers 
Gary Still, Kendall Johnson and Doug 
Ballard sharp enough to begin Skyline 
competition on March 24 against the 
University of New Mexico, however. 
Arizona, Arizona State, Utah State, and 
Montana and Utah twice kept the netters 
busy until the Skyline finale at Laramie. 



Returning letterman Harold Turley wound up 
to serve the ball across the nets in a practice 
session before entering the Skyline wars. 




Front row. Sandy Sia, Len Pugh, Harold Turley, Craig Smith, Duane Ballard, Ronald Pierce. Back row: Bob Harbrecht, Leroy Peterson, Ken Johnson, 
Coach Buck Dixon, Tracy Wilson, Bob Croft, Bill Hidely. 




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Y NEARED 8TH 
CONSECUTIVE 
TRACK TITLE 



Restocking his thincladders with the us- 
ual plentiful number of freshmen per- 
formers, Coach Clarence Robison hoped 
to bow out of the Skyline Conference 
with yet another in the long string of 
championships to his credit. Robison's 
teams never seem to have more than 
one or two seniors, and this year is no 
exception. The loss of Alton Thygerson, 
Guy DeHart and Eldon Hastings will 
naturally be felt when the Cougars em- 
bark into the new conference next year, 
but coming along to not only replace 
them, but to even better their perform- 
ances will be Larry Kelly in the 100 and 
220, Bob Tobler in the 440 and Eddie 
Giles and Kent Nance in the hurdles. 
Kelly, a sophomore has already consist- 
antly beat the Texas flash in both dashes. 
In the 440, Tobler, a freshman, was nip 
and tuck with DeHart all through the in- 
door season, and shows promise of great 
things yet to come. Giles was hampered 
last year with an injury, but was back 
in good form in the early parts of 19fi2. 
Nance, the heralded athlete of all sports 
from Madera, California, was the top 
man for both the low hurdles and the 
broad jump. 

In the high jump, Bob Cowart, who gave 
last year's Skyline champ, Ed Costa 
trouble, was over 6-7 as the season got 
underway. A pair of freshmen, Larry La- 
Pray and Lou Andrus, figured in the 
depth chart which generally proves to be 
the big reason for the Cougars' copping 
conference honors time and again. An- 
drus, a basketball standout, hold's the 
Utah state high school record at just 
under 6-6. 

Along with Nance in the broad jump, 
Canadian Emmett Smith and Larry Sch- 
lappi gave the Cats three men in the 



Track Coach Clarence Robison led his track 
teams at BYU to eight consecutive division 
crowns and seven consecutive Skyline crowns. 
A Cougar sprinter broke the tape at an in- 
door meet in Smith Fieldhouse. 



280 




Front row: Jim Thornton, Eldon Hastings, Doug Smith, Trainer Rod Kimball, Dean Lundell, Bryan Smith, Alton Thygerson, Coach Clarence Robi- 
son, Dr. Wendell Vance. Back row: Emmett Smith, Guy DeHart, Ron Mickle, Larry Kelly, Andy Hadlock, Larry Austin, Bob Tobler, Larry LaPray, 
Terry Thatcher, Kent Nance, Phil Reynolds, Bill Marchant, Dan Taylor, Gary Gould, Matti Raty, Richard Merrill, Rex Wood, Larry Tucker, Alfred 
Randall, Eddie Giles, Ray Smith, Richard Mertes, Norm Ebume, Stewart Foster. 



Cougar broad jumper Kent Nance strained every 
muscle trying to better his last jump in an indoor 
meet in Smith Fieldhouse. 



A Cougar high jumper attempted to clear the bar 
during an indoor track meet in early March. Cougar 
trackmen overcame Utah, Idaho State, and Montana 
in unscored indoor meets at the Smith Fieldhouse. 




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Cougar distance man Ray Smith led the pack at a dual track meet in Tucson, Arizona with the University of Arizona. The Arizona trackmen bettered 
the Cougars in the final score when a disqualification substracted points from the Y's men. Arizona and BYU will participate next year as members 
of the new Western Athletic Conference which will include Arizona State, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming. 



neighborhood of 24 feet. In the shotput 
it was a duel between yearling Phil Rey- 
nolds and Richard Mertes from, approp- 
riately, Tarzanna, Calif. Top spear- 
thrower was Terry Thatcher, a sopho- 
more on his way up. Rig Ron Mickle 
was supported in the discus by Mertes 
and Reynolds, giving the Cougars an 
awesome display of strength in that 
event. Mickle scored with indoor tosses 
greater than 170 feet. 

Top contenders in the distances were 
Ray Smith and Matti Raty, who gained 
national honors for his long-windedness. 
Bill Marchant, Dean Lundell and Norm 
Eburne added strength to the 880. The 
pole vault had four men over 13-6, in- 
cluding Rex Wood, Richard Merril, and 
freshmen Doug and Brian Smith. 

Pat Daniels was a well-known name in 
BYU track circles. A former Olympian, 
she swept the national women's pentath- 
lon title in the fall. 
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Kent Nance threw himself through the air in 
the broad jump event at the Arizona meet try- 
ing to outdo his teammates and the opposition. 



The Cougar leg man broke the tape ahead of the Arizona man in the 
mile relay event. The Arizonans won the meet by a slight margin. 



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Sprinter Larry Kelly grimmaced as he neared the tape ahead of teammate, Utah and Montana 
trackmen. Cougars overwhelmed the visiting teams who came to try and stop Y domination. 




The Cougar track team had its space men who soared over high jump and pole vault standards in 
meets they participated in during the year. Conference record holder Jim Williams did not return. 



284 







285 




Front row: Bob Burch, Bruce Samples, Frank Herbert, John Christiansen, Jim Rodda, Jim MacDonald, Steve Cammeran. Second row: Bill Walden, 
Gary Batchelor, Bill Wright, Jim Armstrong, Tony Fife, Dave Matson, Bryan Lake. Back row: Doug Atwood, Don Willardson, Joe Beecroft, Ron Hall, 
Frank Snyder, Jim Kimmel, Coach Glen Tuckett. 



DEFENDED 
SKYLINE TITLE 



Glen Tuckett was barking orders and 
Hushing signs again in 1962 for his third 
year as the Cougar baseball mentor. 
Tuckett has brought baseball fortunes 
a long way at the Y, capping it with the 
Skyline title in 1961. Dissappointed by a 
no-baseball-on-Sunday policy which kept 
his nine out of the NCAA playoffs, Tuck- 
ett will be out for his second league 
championship. This time they won't be 
plagued by rules as NCAA eliminated 
Sunday playoffs due to BYU protests. 



After the California tour with a record of four 
wins and six losses, the Cougar nine won 
seven straight over Snow, Dixie, College of 
Southern Utah, and the University of Utah. 

286 





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The Cougar horsehide nine found the home field to 
their liking as they prepared to defend their confer- 
ence title from last year. They were favored to take 
the conference again this year. 



The horeshiders felt the graduation 
swath which took the likes of homerun 
kings Jim Pearson and Danny Moore, 
and ace hurler Bob Mosteller, but sev- 
eral men have improved and appear to 
be able to fill the big shoes. 

The top infielders were John Christian- 
sen, Don Willardson, Jim Armstrong, 
Don Mergler, Ron Hull and Jim Rodka, 
three of them sophomores. The outfield 
will have veterans Gary Batchelor and 
Bill Wright along with newcomers Jim 
Kimmel and Bry Lake. The early season 
pitching looked potent with Jim Mac- 
Donald, Joe Beecroft, Bob Birch, Frank 
Snyder, Bill Walden, and Doug Atwood. 
The other end of the battery line saw 
Dave Matson and Tom Fife seeing plen- 
ty of action. 

In the California tour, the Cougars im- 



Coach Glen Tuckett entered his third year as 
baseball coach in CougarviUe hoping to cap- 
ture his second championship in three tries. 

287 





proved on last year's similar record by 
one game, coming out with a 4-6 mark. 
In their first doubleheader they gained 
a split with California Western, dropping 
the opener, 2-3, and taking the second, 
10-3. Against Long Beach Doug Atwood 
hurled a whitewash, as the Cougars clob- 
bered the horsehide for an 11-0 victory. 
They dropped a pair of 1-5 decisions to 
Los Angeles State and fell before last 
year's NCAA champ, University of 
Southern California by a 4-10 count. Two 
more losses to Cal Poly of Pomona, 2-9 
and 3-4, were suffered before the Cats 
took the final two from Pepperdine, 12-8 
and 8-4. Back home they whipped Col- 
lege of Southern Utah, Dixie, and Snow. 



The umpire watched a play at home plate as 
a player slid into the opposition's catcher. 



288 





A Cougar baseballer rests on his bat waiting for his turn at the plate. Cou- 
gar batsmen pounded out wins over hapless College of Southern Utah, 
Dixie, and Snow during their 1961-62 season. 






College of Southern Utah players try to out maneuver a Cougar runner 
after he pounded out a hit. The Cougar team won a double header over 
the team from southern Utah. 




Another Cougar run crossed the plate when BYU entertained teams from 
junior colleges from southern Utah. The Cougars also scalped the Utes. 



The opposition sat dejectedly on the sidelines as the Cougar batsmen 
hammered out hit after hit, and homer after homer in a double header. 

289 



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Jay Naylor 



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Y MEN PARTICIPATED IN INTRAMURAL EVENTS 



Jay Naylor replaced Bill Hafen as direct- 
or of intramural activities at BYU. Nay- 
lor outlined the extensive program that 
included everything from football to 
handball with precision and uniformity. 

Thousands of students adhered to the 
program with enthusiasm. The referees, 
who received little thanks from partici- 
pants, were the executives of the huge 
production that required a great number 
of contests to take place in the space of 
a very short time. Competing for troph- 
ies throughout the year were men's res- 
idence halls, clubs, social units, for the 
last time, and independents. Some wards 
took part as well. 

Highlighting the action were the Iran- 
ians who nipped the Californians in the 
volleyball championship to win for the 
third consecutive year and possess one 
of the seldom-retired trophies. Alan 
Enke, a freshman from Provo outlasted 
Richard Bradstreet for the annual turkey 
trot affair. In other top action, the Mis- 
sionary Rejects copped the flag football 
honors and the Tausig social unit was 
victor in the basketball race. 



In the AMS Fite Night sponsored through the 
Men's Intramural department, students well- 
helmeted and shielded, fought it out in the 
ring. Other students participated in Judo ex- 
hibitions during the evening, in between the 
wrestling and boxing matches. 
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Intramural Champions 
Cross Country Alan Enke 



Flag Football 


Missionary Bejects 


Horseshoe Singles 


Grant Davies 


Tennis Singles 


Duane Ballard 


Badminton Singles 


Sloan Hales 


Handball Singles 


John Harrison 


Table Tennis Singles 


Farrokh Neghabat 


Volleyball 


Great Iranians 


Basketball 


Tau Sigma 


Bowling 


Paragons 


Boxing 




125 lbs. 


Wayne Briggs 


132 lbs. 


James Blan 


139 lbs. 


Walter Willey 


147 lbs. 


Keith Bross 


156 lbs. 


Frank Gonzales 


165 lbs. 


Calvin Jensen 


178 lbs. 


Frank Snyder 


Heaveyweight 


Grant Starley 


Wrestling 




123 lbs. 


Max Berry 


130 lbs. 


Max Gibb 


137 lbs. 


Chester Boskelley 


147 lbs. 


Larry Walker 


157 lbs. 


Leslie Southam 


167 lbs. 


Allen Winder 


177 lbs. 


Bill Nelson 


197 lbs. 


Glen Bichardson 



Students participated in badminton and tennis 
playoffs during the intramural competition. In- 
tramural director Jay Naylor made special 
awards to winners and participants in the ev- 
ents. The Great Iranians captured the volley- 
ball championship for the second year in a 
row. They included Massoud Salim, Ahmad 
Salari, Liavash Najmabadi, Mehdi Ghazanfari, 
Acbar Tahbaz, Farrokh Neghabat, and Fara- 
marz Sami. 





Front row: Kathy Medley, Enid Enniss, Dona Nelson, Clyda Stevens. Back row: Karen Evans, Beverly Blasongame, Linda Rohbock. 

COUGAR COEDS SHARED PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES 



Enid Ennis Manager 

Linda Rolibock Assistant Manager 

Beverly Blasongame Secretary 

Kathy Medley Organ. Coord. 

Clyda Stevens Indep. Coord. (Housing) 
Karen Evans Indep. Coord. (Wards) 
Dona Nelson Historian 

Carol Moncur Majors Coord. 

Susanne Hinson Publicity 

The February 24 Sports Day was the 
highlight of the women's intramural 
program. B Y U played host to eight 
teams including Utah, Utah State, We- 
ber, Dixie, Westminster, College of 
Southern Utah and Idaho State College. 
The coeds turned out willingly, forming 
as many as 65 volleyball teams. 
Elaine Michaelis served as coordinator 
in the direction of women's athletics. 
The prim coeds ran track and field 
events in the west extension of the field- 
house. Other events were softball, field 
hockey, volleyball and basketball. The 
females found such physical exercise 
well-suited to keeping slim and fit. 

These girls attended a volleyball tourney at 
the U of U and returned with two blue rib- 
bons. They included Front tow: Marilyn Kos- 
ora, Jean Phillips, Barbara Stewart, Clyda Ste- 
vens, Gail Cooper. Second row: Dona Nelson, 
Earlene Durant, Marsha Fox, Enid Eniss, 
Carol Murdock, Kathy Noble. Back row: Ann- 
ette Keala, Mary Wilson, Pat Daniels, Carol 
Moneur, Linda Rohbock, Collene Graham. 

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Women participated in volleyball, track, badminton, tennis, softball, volleyball and several other sports as a part of their extensive intramural program. 



RODEO TEAM CAPTURED THIRD 
IN LAST YEAR'S NCAA EVENT 



The B Y U Rodeo team captured third 
in the NCAA finals last year. They 
hoped to nab top honors in the spring 
of this year. They planned their annual 
Provo rodeo for the latter part of April. 




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BYU STUDENT 
GOVERNMENT 
PLANNED FUN 



The student government of Brigham 
Young University was active and very 
effective in promoting student activities. 
President Henry Heilesen noted in his 
last State of the Studentbody Address in 
April that over 50 per cent of the stu- 
dentbody voted in the final elections, 
that campus chest contributions in- 
creased over $1000 from the previous 
year, that student participation in ath- 
letic events increased 57 per cent, and 
social activity participation increased 50 
per cent. In lieu of the healthy growth, 
Heilesen expressed his desire that the 
studentbody make every effort to in- 
crease the interest and enthusiasm to 
support the incoming administration. 
This increased efficiency and activity re- 
sulted despite the cramped quarters all 
the committees and elected officers 
worked from in the basement of the 
Clark Student Service Center. Usually 
a pigeon-hole box was the only means 
of communication between members of 
some committees. Although most of the 
students who participated in these ac- 
tivities would not be present when the 
new student union was completed, they 
all anticipated the improved facilities. 




The hallway in the basement of the Student 
Service Center was always busy with students 
going from office to office planning and social- 
izing about coming events. 
294 




Coordinator of Student Activities Paul Felt worked many hours with student of- 
ficers in helping them to formulate interesting and worthwhile projects. 



Lyle Curtis worked in the capacity as an assistant to the Student 
Coordinator in addition to being head of the student union which 
was under construction. 




Georgeanna Ward worked with Paul Felt as assistant to him. She was in charge Elva Davis worked as secretary to Student Coordinator Paul Felt, 
of all halftime shows at athletic events. 



295 




Henry Heilesen officiated as ASBYU Studentbody President for the 1961-62 school year. 




ASBYU PREXY 

HEILESEN 

LED ACTIVITIES 



The hours devoted by leaders in student 
government to the tedious, often contro- 
versial affairs of managing various stu- 
dentbody departments had to be squeez- 
ed from time that might otherwise have 
gone to bolstering slipping grade points 
or participating in other extra-curricula 
activities. As well as the actual perform- 
ance in the posts, campaigning for the 
several major offices consumed the en- 
ergy and talents of numbers, demanding 
more precious time which both victors 
and losers found hard to make up. 




Morris Slack served as Executive Assistant to Lowell Benson also assisted the President in 
the Studentbody President. carrying out his duties as Executive Assistant. 

296 



Sharon Young was Secretary to the President. 






STUDENT RELATIONS 



FINANCE 




George Mangan as Vice-President of Student Relations rallied students Richard Hunter balanced the funds as Vice-President of Finance, 

to support school activities through the year. 




Closely uniting efforts with Students Relations Vice-President were 
Sandy Loughton and Will Whittle, elected to fill the post next year. 



Assisting in financial matters were Fred Streuling, Dorothy Crofts, and 
Vem Bean. Fred won election to the post of Vice-President of Finance 
for the following year during Spring elections. 

297 



SOCIAL ACTIVITIES 



CULTURE 




Delmar Faddis filled the position of Vice-President of Social Activities. Terry O'Brien acted as Vice-President in charge of Cultural Activities. 




Spurring social events were Haws Marble and Vicki Bean. 
298 



Sponsoring cultural programs were Klair Bybee, Maria Toronto, Linda 
Klinger. 



PRESIDENT'S CABINET 




Cabinet members included, Front row. John L. Woodward, Scott Bergeson, Gary Comstock, Merve White, John Thompson. Back row: Wayne Boyack, 
Jim Warner, Marjorie Light, Jim Olson, Jerry Callister. 

The all-male quorum which headed this 
year's presidential positions was chal- 
lenged by the problem of conquering 
apathy in an ever-increasing student- 
body. Two carnivals, complete with fer- 
ris wheels, booths, games, and national 
coverage that were held to promote en- 
thusiasm and active participation from 
the students, were among the major new 
events initiated during the year. 




Another assistant to Vice-President of Student Relations was Doyle Seely. 



299 



STUDENT SENATE 





Standing: Dave Hoopes. Front row: Ron Doxey, Connie Gerrard, Bonnie Howard. Second row: Jerry Callister, John Riding, Lowell Benson, Anna 
Marie Nielson, Dave Howard. Third row: Clark Christensen, Jim Fox, Sydney Smith, Mike Hatch, Haws Marble. Fourth row: Gale Ward, Linda 
Markham, Ray Goad, Carolyn Potter, Eugene Lambert, Sherrill Benzley. Back row: Marie Kartchner, Dick Fuller, Janith Clifton, Larry Wold. 



The Student Senate of Brigham Young 
University was initiated in the 1956 
school year. Through the ASBYU Con- 
stitution the Senate was given all legis- 
lative powers and rights to govern stu- 
dentbody activities. Class presidents 
plus four elected senators from each 
class made u pthe membership of the 
Senate. The Senate was held responsible 
for viewing the annual budget, making 
rules to govern elections, ticket allot- 

300 



ments at ball games, and determining 
what policy should be adopted by the 
Daily Universe. The Senate tried to in- 
still in the studentbody the need for ac- 
tivity and interest in student activities. 
Senate meetings were held every Mon- 
day night in the Knight Building. In 
the spring, new members of the Senate 
were elected to take over the duties of 
studentbody affairs for the coming year. 

Senate President David Hoopes 




JUDICIARY 
SOUGHT AFTER 



. 



e Supreme Court in student govern- 
ment worked as the leavening force in the 
regime. If any student or student organ- 
ization wished to carry a case to the 
court to have a Senate law contested, 
the three-man court was available to 
make a ruling. The busiest part of the 
court's activities was the Traffic Court 
which received and handled all com- 
plaints from students who received traf- 
fic tickets on campus. This court helped 
alleviate the feelings which existed to- 
ward the University Security Office. 



Supreme Court Chief Justice Clayne Robison 

Supreme Court Justice Royal Peterson 

Supreme Court Secretary Judy Bryner 

Supreme Court Justice Gary Jensen 

Traffic Court members included Steve Van 
Dyke, Anita Brownlee, Alan Lunt, David Har- 
mer, Gail Marsh, Martha Day, Judy Thyger- 
son, and Linda Harmer. 








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Front row. Earl Banner, Martin Wistisen, Clark Thorstensen, John Thompson, Dean May. Second row: Roy Edwards, Blaine Lee, Norman Smith, Paul 
Williams, Scott Robertson, Eldon Hastings. Back row: Wally Baker, Gary Peterson, John Jex, Jim Mitchell, Dawn Wride, Doyle Buckwalter, Dave 
Dredge. 



AMS PROVOKED 

CAMPUS MEN 

TO ACTIVITY 



Clark Thorstensen 
John Thompson 
Martin Wistensen 



President 

Vice President 

Secretary 



The Associated Men Students of B Y U 
worked during the freshmen orientation 
on a car lift. They also awarded the 
scholarship and supremacy trophies to 
the units. Winter Carnival Men's Night 
featuring George Romney, Y Day, 
AMS Fashion Show, Christmas Drive, 
and Fight Night were all sponsored by 
the A. M.S. Council. In addition married 
students activities were initiated during 
the year by A. M.S. The purpose of the 
Council is to coordinate activities among 
the on and off campus men with the 
rest of the studentbody . . . the women. 
The Jr. AMS Council assisted in the 
activities of the senior Council. 




Standing: Norman Smith. Front row: Lynn Hodge, Donnetta Hoopes, Tom Catherall, George 
Murdock, Wally Skidmore. Back row: Jim Bartlett, Mike Alley, Don McCall, Ron Woolley, 
Ward Bullock, Monte Carlson, Mark Breinholt, Dillon Inouye. 



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Sitting: Jeanine Funk, Barbara Harley. Standing: Annette Bischoff, Karen Shaw, Marjorie L. Matthews, Maria Toronto, Judith Jacobs, Lola Webb, 
Winifred Nielsen, Evelyn Christensen, Judy Shell, Nadine Alleman, Carrie Corless. Back row: Marion Stewart, Carol Terry, Maryetta Searle. 



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Front row: Mary Kay Grow, Ruth Toronto, Joyce Giles, Susan Keddington, Elizabeth Quinn. 
Back row: Judy Benson, Linda Higham, Karen MacDonald, Susan Woodcock, Sherry McCol- 
lum, Judy Fetzer. 



AWS PROMOTED 
PARTICIPATION 
OF BYU COEDS 



Marjorie L. Matthews President 

Karen Shaw Vice President 

Judy Jacobs Vice President 

Maria Toronto Secretary-Treasurer 

The Associated Women Students of 
BYU are organized in order to pro- 
mote activity among the feminine set 
of campus. Probably the biggest event 
sponsored by this group is the annual 
Women's Week and Preference Ball. 
The AWS members worked during 
the year in sponsoring several on and 
off campus events for women in those 
respective areas. They also awarded 
the scholarship and supremacy trophies 
to the winning women organizations on 
campus. The Council assisted the men 
in the annual Christmas Drive. The 
Junior Council assisted in executing 
AWS activities. 

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Front row. Martin Wistisen, Wayne Boyack, Sheldon Nelson. Second row: Claudia Cole, Helen Vesich, Barbara Brooks, Roberta Tanner, Janice Greer, 
Bea Goff, Louise Pennington, Wendy Woodbury, Nadine Alleman. Back row: Kumar Gidwani, Orion Wood, Vede Gelchrist, Gordon Thompson, 
Peter Crnkovic, Farrell Lines, Andy Demitrolopis, Robert Hood. 



HONOR COUNCIL 

PERPETUATED 

AN HONOR CODE 



The Student Honor Council was organ- 
izen mainly to help students who were 
caught cheating on examinations and 
breaking the Word of Wisdom. Coun- 
cil members set aside hours during the 
day when they could counsel with the 
individual violators. The purpose of the 
council was to promote integrity as an 
individual matter among the students on 
campus. The council sponsored an as- 
sembly which featured a panel discus- 
sion by faculty members Stephen Cov- 
ey, B. West Belnap, Truman Madsen, 
and student Terry Warner. The mem- 
bers also enjoyed several social events 
throughout the academic year. 



Steven Covey, B. West Belnap, Truman Mad- 
sen, and Terry Warner participated on an 
Honor Council assembly. The honor code af- 
fected students in the dorm as this coed turned 
herself in tu the Dorm Council. 

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CULTURE 



The Culture Committee under the direc- 
tion of Culture Vice President Terry 
O'Brien promoted several events includ- 
ing art exhibits in the Smoot Administra- 
tion and General Services Building. 
Most of the committee's work was con- 
cerned with Fridav assemblies. 



Front row: Terry O'Brien, Liz Toronto, Linda 
Klinger, Beth Slade, Pat Baker, Sharon John- 
son, Merna Madden. Second row: Maria Tor- 
onto, Pam Houssian. Back row: Renee Dewey, 
Kenneth Fowler, Klair Bybee, Dennis Losse, 
Bob Oliphant, Marion Stewart. 



PUBLICITY 



The Central Publicity Committee direct- 
ed the placement of all student activ- 
ity posters on campus. Their main ob- 
jective was to screen out posters and 
publicity in bad taste and to decrease 
the litter of old posters on campus. 



Members of the Publicity Committee included 
Mel Hunt, Bonnie Howard, Marge Almond, 
Elizabeth Williams, and Fred Fleet. 



DANCE 



The Central Dance Committee members 
worked together to give the studentbody 
bigger and better dances. They were 
in charge of scheduling the bands, the 
halls, and the sound system for each 
dance. They also sponsored the mat 
dances and record hops. 



Front row: Milton Barnes. Second row: Gren- 
ade Curran, Connie McDougal, Ann Powelson, 
Karen Earl, Pat Baker. Third row: Karen 
Knudsen, Earl Rugroff, Dale Olson, Morris 
Ostler, Dan Myntti, Vicki Bean. Back row: 
Margie Vance. 

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AWS HOUSING 



The Associated Women Students Hous- 
ing Board endeavored to encourage ac- 
tivity among the various women's dorms 
and off campus coeds. They supervised 
the coordination of section heads who 
were chosen to communicate the mes- 
sages of activity to the women in their 
selected areas. 



Members of the Housing Board included Kathy 
Guerney, Lynn Vamer, Pat Baker, Barbara 
Wiseman, and Karen Shaw. 



SOCIAL 



The Social Activities Committee worked 
in coordinating the social activities of 
the year. They supervised dances, par- 
ties, and special events of the stu- 
dentbody. They were given the respon- 
sibility of maintaining a balanced bud- 
get and encouraging student participa- 
tion. 



The Social Activities Committee included Pat 
Baker, Morris Ostler, Olivia Foster, Haws 
Marble, Sandy Kay, and Milton Barnes. 



ELECTIONS 



The Elections Committee worked out 
the events in conjunction with Frosh, 
Studentbody, and AMS-AWS elections. 
They determined through written by- 
laws who was eligible and who were 
violators. Notwithstanding the hubbub 
during final studentbody elections, the 
committee stayed intact. 



Front row. Janith Clifton, Linda Ludlow, Eliz- 
abeth Doty, Becki Fillmore. Back row. Jeff 
Willis, Marilyn Brown, Joan Muir, Nancy John- 
son, LaWanna Ellsworth, Anadeane Kiser, 
Kathie Faucette, Judi Cunningham, Beverly 
McKnight, Floyd Braunberger. 

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Clyde Hilton, Vice President 



Jerry Callister, President 



Phyllis Nelson, Secretary 



Members of the 1961-62 Freshmen Council included Front row: Leslie Cameron, Jeanie 
Browning, Rosanne Low, Karen Sarret, Liz Doty ; Joan Turner, Ruth Ann Harrison, Evelyn 
Morrison, Connie Kent. Back row: Linda Christensen, Pat Garratt, Tom Roberts, Maggie 
Price, Paul Hansen, Beverly Bird, Meryl Lynn Croft. Each helped to make the year one to be 
remembered. 




When fall semester registration was 
completed and all the class cards 
counted, it became history that the in- 
coming freshman class was the largest 
ever to enter Brigham Young University 
— numbering over 4,000 persons. Schol- 
ars from every state in the union and 
manv foreign countries around the 
globe became united as the Class of 
'65. From the very beginning they or- 
ganized quickly to plan dances, parties, 
assemblies, and become a part of uni- 
versity life. They chose class officers, 
cheerleaders, and committees, of all 
kinds to make their presence known. 
And despite the bombardment of aca- 
demic fallout, many were planning to 
return as sophomores in the fall. 

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Abbott, Thomas Maurice 
Abegglen, Joan 
Abel, Karen Gene 
Abramowski, Darlene R. 
Adair, Yvonne 
Adams, James Paul 
Adams, Michael 
Adams, Ruth Gross 



Agnew, Margaret Anne 
Ahlstrom, Paul W., Jr. 
Ahnert, Jerry Joe 
Aland, Kent Merrel 
Albach, James Philip 
Albrethsen, Sherry Lee 
Alder, Jeffrey Marion 
Alder, Sharon Renee 



AUdredge, David Leroy 
Allen, Sharon Jean 
Alley, Michael Lewis 
Allred, Mary 
Allred, Wallace Parry 
Allsop, Lynne 
Amtoft, Susan Marie 
An aha, Lillian Fay 



FRESHMEN 


















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Andersen, Dian 
Andersen, Joyce 
Andersen, Linda Rae 
Andersen, Nora Sue 
Andersen, Shirlene L. 
Anderson, Jean 
Anderson, Kenna 
Anderson, Larry Ernest 



Anderson, Louise 
Anderson, Richard J. 
Anderson, Steven Alvin 
Anderson, Raymond E. 
Andrus, Irene 
Arbon, Mary Beth 
Archibald, Joan L. 
Armstrong, Leonard J. 



Amell, Carolyn 
Arnold, Richard Read 
Asay, Kathleen 
Ashby, Arda Ruth 
Ashby, B. Ned Taylor 
Ashby, Carlene 
Ashby, J. Roland 
Ashby, Ronald Ralph 



Asplund, Mary Kristine 
Astin, Carolyn Lucy 
Austin, Ida Elaine 
Avati, Alexandra 
Baker, Joan Carol 
Baker, Robert Eldred 
Baldauf, Louise M. 
Ballard, Bryce Russell 



Ballard, Delworth W. 
Banford, James Phillip 
Banta, Mable Juanita 
Barboza, William A. 
Barclay, Laura Olive 
Barentine, James V. 
Barker, Roy Gene 
Barksdale, Sharon V. 



Barlow, Robert Dean 
Bames, Roberta Louise 
Barratt, Marcia Ann 
Barrington, Gloria 
Bartlett, Kathleen A. 
Baume, Roger Henry 
Bay, Frances 
Beal, Robert Max 



Bean, Vicki Ann 
Beck, Chervl Elaine 
Beckham, Marsha H. 
Beckstead, Annette 
Bell. Leslie 

Bell, Theodore Roberts 
Benge, Wesley Howard 
Bobo, Sharon Kay 



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Avid freshman spirit was displayed during class elections. 



Bennett, Connie Rae 

Bennett, Duke Nelson 

Benson, Judith Kay 

Bentley, Marion Taylor 

Berg, Eva LiU 

Berg, Marion J. 

Berling, Dennis M. 

Bemotski, Charlotte A. 



Berry, Gail 

Berry, Rosalee 

Berthelson, Gregory C. 

Bessey, Alice Helen 

Best, Mary Lee 

Betts, Kent Colin 

Bikman, Gary W. 

Bin hall, John Kay 



Bird, Beverly Ellen 

Bisel, Pamela Ann 

Bishop, Richard Harold 

Bithell, Deforrest D. 

Black, Quinn Stevens 

Blair, Boyd Frell 

Blalock, Brenda A. 

Bledsoe, Anita Jeanne 



Bonneau, Earl Charles 

Blonquist, James Linne 

Blood, Kathryn Ann 

Bloomfield, Virginia R. 

Bodell, Karen Marie 

Bonner, William Floyd 

Bosley, Marlene Kay 

Bott, Margaret 

Bourne, Merrilee Jean 

Bowers, Arita Mae 

Bowers, Lynette 

Boyce, Susanne 

Boyd, Joanne 

Boyer, Teri Louise 

Bradshaw, Linda Seely 

Brady, Mary Katherine 



Braithwaite, John R. 

Bramafl, Ruth 

Bramwell, Denton M. 

Breinholt, Mark Floyd 

Briggs, Ivan Rasmussen 

Brimhall, Lloyd R. 

Brinkerhoff, David B. 

Brisk, Allen Larry 



Brooksby, Lane Joseph 
Brown, Deanne 

Brown, Don Evan 

Brown, Janice Marie 

Brown, Karen Ann 

Brown, Kenneth Rex 

Brown, Mary Jeanette 

Brown, Weston Craig 








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Armstrong, Paulette 
Brown, Sydney Minnette 
Burton, Karen 
Sarlson, Carol J. 
Carpenter, Lana R. 
Carter, James Edward 
Charles, Hugh M. 
Cheney, Ellen M. 



Christensen, Bette M. 
Critchfield, Cheryle 
Claussen, William J. 
Clark, Lowell L. 
Cole, Dallas H. 
Coleman, Rema Kay 
Corbridge, Stanley P. 
Corbridge, Steven P 



Cossick, Betty Jean 
Cottle, Ted Lewis 
Crandall, James B. 
Crandall, Jean * 
Crofts, Muriel D. 
Crompton, Diane E. 
Cropper, Marilyn D. 
Cullimore, Dennis R. 



FRESHMEN 



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Cullimore, Steven S. 
Curtis, Bonnie G. 
Daniels, Ronald Smith 
Danley, Rose M. 
Davis, Jamie L. 
Dawson, John L. 
Di' ble, John T. 
Dunant, Jo Ann 



Eburne, Maureen D. 
Elder, Kathleen 
Ellis, Stephen T. 
Enfield, Colette Dawn 
Ericksen, Kenneth L. 
Erickson, Lloyd S. 
Evans, James A. 
Farley, Herbert Ronald 



Farr, Frederick L. 
Farrimond, Jean 
Farrow, Shannon Lee 
Feliz, Antonio, Jr. 
Ferguson, Charles F. 
Ferwerda, Dianne M. 
Fetzer, Judith Lynne 
Fish, Sherilyn 



Flanigan, Chris L. 
Flynn, Colleen R. 
Ford, Carol 
Forrester, Bob L. 
Frandsen, Joan 
Frederick, Richard M. 
Friberg, Patricia 
Galbraith, James M. 



Gale, Patrena 
Garrett, Patricia Vee 
Ceddes. David H. 
Gross, Leroy J. 
Couras, Nicky D. 
Griffin, Betty Ray 
Hagberg, Carol Gay 
Hall, Evan B. 



Hamilton, Jeanne 
Hancock, Rita L. 
Harris, Ronald C. 
Haslam, Gary Kenneth 
Haslam, Linda L. 
Hayes, Judith C. 
Heath, Marian L. 
Higham, Linda 



Hill, David N. 
Hill, Lexie V. 
Hodge, Marva J. 
Hollander, Sandra J. 
Holmes, Farrell E. 
Hood, Juanita C. 
Horrocks, Donald Verl 
Howard, Roger H., Jr. 



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More than scholars found their way to the library as evidenced by the rows of bicycles 
and children lining the lawn. 



J 



Johnson, James H- 

Johnson, Veroa Sharon 

Jolley, Arben KirkJiam 

Jones, Hunter Lewis 

Juhasz, Carol Ann 

Kelly, Owen James 

Kempton, Charles D. 

Kenison, Lynn T. 



Kerr, Elva Bailey 

Kesler, Katherine 

King, Preston Leroy 

Kirkham, Matta Lael 

Kitchen, Margaret Ann 

Knight, Jeffrey Paul 

Knudson, Barry Peter 

Kowallis, Carol 



Koester, Linda Kay 

Kwan, Cheung Wan John 

Lacey, Linda Maureen 

Lance, Janice Elvira 

Larson, Carol Lynne 

Larsen, Geraldine 

Larsen, Orrilla M. 

Larsen, Roger K. 



Larson, Lynn Davis 

Larson, Steven Ray 

Laws, Retta Ann 

Layne, Linda Louise 

Leavitt, James Boyd 

Lee, James Lloyd 

Lefthand, Emmett Ricky 

Lewis, Marcia Marie 



Lewis, Stewart Frost 

Lichfield, Dianne 

Lines, Leon da 

Litteflord, Ann 

Loader, Marva Kaye 

Losse, Dennis Lane 

Lundgreen, Michael W. 

Lyman, Kathryn Mae 



Massengale, John Lee 

May, Dorothy Jean 

McAffee, Annette 

McHenry, Wilma 

McPherson, Oliver L. 

McRoberts, George W., Jr. 

Merrill, Joan 

Miller, Arm 



Murphy, Patricia Kay 

Oldroyd, Elizabeth Ann 

Palmer, Louise 

Pearson, Marian 

Porter, Judith Ann 

Porter, Robert F., Jr. 

Price, Gail Lenore 

Willis, Beth Ann 




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FRESHMEN 









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Browne, James Douglas 
Browning, Martha Jean 
Brubaker, Nancy M. 
Brunson, Janet V. 
Bryars, Shirley 
Buchan, Bonnie Lucile 
Buck, Danny Lee 
Budgett, Nancy Elaine 



Bulkley, Colleen J. 
Bunger, Donald Bruiv 
Bunker, Jolene 
Bunnell, Glee 
Burningham, Janet 
Burningham, Tanya 
Burr, Robert Kendall 
Burrell, Kaylenc 



Burt, Carole J. 
Busby, Charmaine E. 
Bush, Robert Leon 
Bushman, Don John 
Bushman, Melvin Jay 
Bushman, Robert W. 
Butler, Clarence Kent 
Butler, Francine 



Butler, Sylvia G. 
Buzard, Kenneth L. 
Cahoon, Harlan Nilsson 
Cameron, Leslie 
Cameron, Rose M. 
Campbell, Jacquelyne G. 
Carson, Merrill G. 
Chalk, Lucinda M. 



Christensen, Connie 
Christensen, Lynne 
Christiansen, Sharon 
Christensen, William B. 
Circuit, Richard K. 
Clark, Harold A. 
Clement, David Lee 
Corbett, Julie Ann 



Croft, Meryl Lynn 
Croft, Vaughn C. 
Davis, Dan R. 
Day, Phyllis 
Day, Terence Lee 
De Coteau, Muriel A. 
Decker, Flora 
Dehlin, Mary J. 



Denning, Teresa M. 
Dorsey, Marolyn J. 
Dowdle, Clark Allen 
Draper, Neal E. 
Drinkwater, Carol J. 
Eastman, Elizabeth A. 
Earl, Barbara 
Edwards, Darrel 



Ellison, Eva Lynne 
England, Karan 
Enke, Alan A. 
Enos, Sharon Lorraine 
Excel], Irene 
Ferguson, Pamela 
Evertsen, Muriel S. 
Flowers, Sarah L. 



Follett, Tamra Jean 
Foster, Stewart B. 
Fuller, Lana 
Gardner, Glenda June 
Gertsch, Bonnie J. 
Gledhill, Robert B. 
Glenn, Merla J. 
Goodson, Virginia H. 



Gorden, Sandra J. 
Goss, Thomas L. 
Gray, Sondra L. 
Hammond, Russell Paul 
Hansen, Iva J. 
Hardee, Catherine L. 
Hardy, Judy I. 
Harline, Dennis D. 



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Security officers made their merry rounds, ticketing hapless overparked students. 



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Harper, John 

Harris, Carlie G. 

Haslam, Sandra 

Hastings', Maxine 

Hatch, Elizabeth L. 

Hatch, Shirley Diane 

Haws, Dixie Claire 

Hayes, Dennis M. 



Healey, Freda Kaye 

Heath, Karen L. 

Hedberg, Leonard L. 

Heiniger, Rebecca A. 

Henry, Helen L. 

Heywood, Jack L. 

Hicken, Lynne 

Hicks, John R. 



Hileman, Diana J 

Hill, John R 

Hodge, Lynn G 

Hoffman, Mary J 

Holtom, Dave J 

Holty, Carol L 

Howell, Leo D 

Hunter, Rita J 



Hotton, Dianne J. 

Howard, Bonny S. 

Iverson, Boyd M. 

Jacobs, Lujean 

Jacobsen, Sandra J. 

Jensen, Don B. 

Jeppson, David W. 

Johnson, Janet C. 



Johnson, JeNae 

Johnson, Joan L. 

Johnson, Kathlene Kae 

Johnson, Trelva A. 

Jones, Janice Marie 

Judo 1 , Carol Diann 

Kilstrom, Brian Dee 

Kimball, Larayne 



Kirk, Linda Gayle 

Kunz, Ann 

Lee, Dixie Anne 

Lee, Eliza Anne 

Lemon, James Edward 

Low, Rosanne 

Lyons, Julina 

Matthews, Gary Lynn 

McClellan, Marvin R. 

McCov, Richard Floyd 

McDowell, George Larry 

McQueen, Jean Lyman 

Montague, Carol 

Moyes, Sandra Mae 

Munn, Mollie Ann 

Myers, Susan Faye 




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FRESHMEN 




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Alldredge, Antoine Don 
Beaver, Charlotte Ann 
Braithwaite, Kathleen 
Buettner, Jacquilyne 
Caldwell, Caryn L. 
Carpenter, Donald A. 
Carruth, Cheryl Ann 
Christensen, Heber C. 



Christensen, Linda B. M. 
Clark, Penny M. 
Cuates, Phyllis E. 
Collier, Rc'itha M.Zj\ 
Cook, Douglas G. 
Cook, Kenneth D. 
Cooper, Linda M. 
Cottam, Nancy H. 



Cox, James A. 
Dahlquist, Aon 
Dalton, John C*-^ , : 
Davis, Joan 
Davisson, Donovan DY 
Decaire, Arlene Delia 
Decker, Barbara L, 
Dickinson, Jean 




Drawhom, Sally R. 
Duncan, Sherd B. 
Evans, Dashel D. 
Excell, Evan K. 
Fincher, Luveda Elaine 
Fish, Marlene K. 
Foley, William D. 
Ford, Kim Bumham 



Fowler, Ann 
Fueston, Claudette J. 
Galanti. Michael S. 
Galbraith, Kirk P. 
Gardner, Diane 
Gardner, Karen M. 
Gehring, Gerald K. 
Gifford, Ronnie S. 



Giles, Joseph F. 
Giles, Marilyn Kimball 
Gish, Larry E. 
Glazier, Constance V. 
Goesman, Pamela D. 
Goodman, Sandra D. 
Goodrich, James R. 
Goodsell, Marsha D. 



Gould, Stephen V. 
Green, Sydney Lee 
Greene, Susan D. 
Gregory, Mary J. 
Grimes, Mary K. 
Gunter, Clifford H. 
Gurovich, Suanna 
Hagan, Raymond Donald 



Hale, Guy A. 
Hall. Priscilla B. 
Hamilton, Mary E. 
Hancock, Brent H. 
Handy, Cheryl Ann 
Hanks, Marie 
Hansen, Gary W. 
Hansen, Paul B. 



Hanson, Blaine R. 
Hardy, Rodger L. 
Harker, Sharon Louise 
Harmon, George B. 
Harper, Ardith R. 
Harris, Blake Robert 
Harris, Claudia J. 
Harris, Julia A. 



Harris, Richard D. 
Hart, Lynn W. 
Hartley, Janet L. 
Hatch,' Michael V. 
Hatch, Vicky A. 
Hatch, William M. 
Hayashi, Gail I. 
Hayes, Jan 



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Studentbody leaders met in various training sessions during the year. 



H-ynes, Richa S. 

Henderson, Juditn A. 

Henderson, Man < 1 A. 

Henry, Thomas M. 

Hildebrandt, David A. 

Hill, Janet A. 

Hill, Michael R. 

Hillery, Edward A. 



Hinman, Channing L. 

Honeycutt, Patricia D. 

Houdlette, Catherine 

Hughes, Eva Marguerite 

Hunt, Charles Barry 

Hurren, Jamar 

Hydeman, Norma R. 

Ivie, Jo Ann 



Johnson, Craig V. 

Johnson, Jerald A. 

Johnson, Marlys Jean 

Johnson, Nancy J. 

Johnson, Severin V. 

Kaesche, Wayne Curtis 

Katona, Mary Jo 

Keel, Zelma Lorraine 



Kelley, Karlene Rae 

King, Gaylee Lueen 

Knight, Philip Robert 

Kroff, Richard Eugene 

Langfbrd, Carol Anne 

Law, Dyanne 

Lee, Isaac K. Y. S. 

Legerski, Anthony John 



Lively, William L. 

Long, George A. 

Louder, Deon 

Ludlow, Linda 

Lundell, Lynette 

Lundgren, Robert N. 

Nicholls, Paul Johnson 

Olson, Dale Warren 



Perry, Dawn Mae 

Phillips, Barbara Jane 

Player, Jean 

Plewe, Stanley Jared 

Plocher, Marti Ann 

Pine, William C. 

Pope, Phyllis Jean 

Possinger, Barbara J. 



Price, Marianne 

Prince, Robert Lee 

Slater, Deanna Kay 

Smith, Sharon Leslie 

Spencer, Judith Rae 

Taylor, Grant Hardy 

Worthen, Marian M. 

Weber, Ronald Eugene 




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FRESHMEN 





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Cluff, Darwin Dee 
Culbertson, Catherine 
Davis, Charlotte Rae 
Davis, Claudia 
Ferreira, Robert W. 
Flint, Ruth A. 
Flowers, Diane 
Floyd, Patricia G. 



Gardner, Norman Dail 
Gill, Lora & >v 
Gillespie, Wilford D. 
Goodfellow, Deanne A. 
Gordon, Gloria J. 
Gordon, Mary K. 
Grotepas, Richard W. 
Harris, Dorothy Sue 



Hauck, Wallace N. 
Haueter, Barbara 
Hess, Rex J., Jr. 
Hickman, De Ann 
Hodges, Iris E. 
Hodgson, Carol F. 
Hoover, Judy Jean 
Hopkins, Bruce D. 



Hutchinson, Ray J. 
Hyatt, Linda 
Isaksen, Henry Leo, Jr. 
Jack, Albert M. 
Jacobsen, Susan A. 
Jannan, Arthur L. 
Jarvis, Henry W. 
Jarvis, Juanita R. 

Jarvis, Ralph Kent 
Jensen, Karen 
Johnson, Barbara E. 
Maag, Kathryn 
Mackie, Marlene Joyce 
Markham, Linda Lou 
Marriott, Laurel Dean 
Martineau, Marcia 



McClellan, Gary C. 
McKeon, Mary Gail 
McN'aughton, Jeraldine 
Mendenhall, Sondra Lee 
Merkley, Janice 
Menyweather, Robert L. 
Mills, Marcia Ann 
Moore, Richard Patrick 



Morgan, Clive Dan 
Mortensen, Gail N. 
Moss, Karen 
Naegle, Joyce E. 
Neff, Sherelyn Joy 
Nelson, Kristin 
Nichols, Bobbie Sharon 
Nichols, Sherri Gay 



Noble, Phillip Lael 
Noble, Robert Duke 
Nuttall, Donald Leroy 
Oak, Marilyn 
Oaks, Ferron Ross 
Oblad, James Richard 
Oliver, Joe L., Jr. 
Oliver, Kent Salmon 



Olsen, Sharon Lee 
Olson, Geraldine 
O'Neill, Michael Steven 
Orton, Kathryne 
Oviatt, Lamon Aaron 
Paetsch, Shirley V. 
Palmer, Bobbi Jean 
Palmer, Ragena 



Parrish, Leilani Jean 
Parrish, Sharon E. 
Patterson, Carolyn 
Pedersen. Judith Marie 
Pelekai, Edward Pau 
Peterson, Lynda Jean 
Peterson, Robert Grant 
Petty, Kaye Wells 



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The reaction to a leadership speaker was mirrored on the faces of executive council mem- 
bers Del Faddis, Morris Slack, Terry O'Brien and George Mangan. 



Phipps, Alan Jay 

Pitman, Carol Ann 

Plass, Penelope Lane 

Poulton, Carolyn Mary 

Price, Margaret Ann 

Prince, Diane 

Radebaugh, Lee Howard 

Randall, Bette Kaye 



Ray, Gloria Jean 

Rice, Roger Laum 

Richards, Lynda Ruth 

Ricks, Ernest Wayne 

Robb, Gwynne 

Robertson, Linda Ruth 

Robison, Steven Ross 

Rogers, Ronald Gerry 



Roos, Olivia Lorraine 

Roy lance, Judith Anne 

Scott, Margaret Carol 

Seaman, Lee Everett 

Seeley, Jeanne 

Seely, Dorothy Diane 

Sellers, Rosa Maria 

Senke, Carol Ann 



Shafer, Patricia Kay 
Sherwood, Sharlot 
Sibbett, Lyman Clyde 
Smith, Bruce Kay 
Smith, Leola Joan 
Smith, Mary Kathleen 
Smith, Ruth Ann 
Smith, Shelly Kay 



Spendlove, Verl Dewey 

Steed, Mary Jane 

Steimle, Wayne Douglas 

Stephenson, Nancy Rae 

Stevens, John Gary 

Stewart, Marilyn 

Stirling, Steven L. 

Stokes, Ann Louise 



Stones, Victoria 

Stratford, Lvnn Ralph 

Strong, Nancy 

Swan, Rosa May 

Swensen, Marilyn 

Tanner, Barbara 

Taylor, Anna Laura 

Taylor, Beverly 



Taylor, William Howard 

Teemant, Tiiu 

Telford, Harriet May 

Telford, Kent Matthews 

Thomas, Joseph Charles 

Thomas, William B. 

Thompson, Robert W. 

ThomhiU, Loahnna 








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Anderson, Mar Jean 
Bamett, Stephen E. 
Dickinson, Garlyn Ruth 
Foote, David Arthur 
Frankow, Ronald J. 
Freestone, Ann 
Jensen, Robert J. 
Johnson, Gevem Jean 



Johnson, Harry B. 
Johnson, Jesse K. 
Jones, Kathleen 
Kaku, James Isao 
Kittinger, Lynn Davis 
Korth, Ray C, Jr. 
Larsen, Leon Max 
Lawther, Betty Janean 



Lee, Thea Ann 
LeFevTe, Richard Ray 
Liljenquist, Blaine L. 
Linton, Bruce Willis 
Livingston, Marvin Lee 
Losee, Alvin John 
Mairs, Linda Catherine 
Marcott, Madge Robin 



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Maughan, Nancy Alice 
Matson, Cayle Lavon 
Maxfield, Dorothy A. 
McDonald, Margaret 
Michaelson, Patricia L. 
Miller, Betty Charlene 
Miller, Karen Rae 
Miller, Marjorie 

Milne, Sheron 
Mitchell, Barbara Jean 
Mitchell, Kenneth D. 
Morrison, Pamela Sue 
Moser, Judy Ann 
Murdock, George Thomas 
Murphey, Paula Elaine 
Newell, Larry James 



Nielson, Ruby 
Oliver, Jimmy Earl 
Olson, Barbara 
Orr, Virginia 
Ostler, Paul Harrison 
Paris, Ronald Lee 
Parke, Keith A. 
Parke, Kent C. 



Payne, Sandra Kaye 
Pearson, Michael S. 
Peay, Loralee 
Pennington, Carolyn L. 
Penrod, Marie Lynn 
Perkins, Lela Rae 
Phelps, Judith Elaine 
Pond, Dana Jean 



Potts, Charles Alden 
Pratt, Lawana 
Price, John Deveal 
Randall, Martha Bird 
Reed, Lorna Jean 
Reese, Linda Naomi 
Reeves, Louis 
Rich, Sharon Laray 



Roskelley, Lowell John 
Rowe, Bonnie L. 
Sawaya, Margaret June 
Schelken, Donna Ann 
Schelken, Linda Lee 
Schleckmann, Jolene 
Schlink, Cheryl Ann 
Schultz, Charles Grant 



Scott, Darlene S. 
Sego, Robert Milton 
Sera, Barbara Gladys 
Shaw, Natalie 
Sheppard, Linda J. 
Shill, Georgia Val 
Shurtiff, Connie May 
Silcox, Cheryl Lou 



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Slade, Nancy Ann 

Slink, Sandra Kay 

Smith, Hester jean 

Smith, Jamie 

Smith, Luann 

Smith, Randy Harris 

Spiro, Sharon Lee 

Stanton, Clenna Rae 



Timmons, Paula Irene 

Tobler, Karen 

Toronto, Ruth 

Travis, Barbara Gay 

Tripp, Maxilyn Marie 

Tucker, Charles Ray 

Tueller, Gloria Kay 

Tueller, Rosanne 



Turner, Joan Elizabeth 

Turvey, Harold Reuben 

Tyler, Fenton Hunt 

Vaughn, Glenda Lee 

Vernon, Juliet 

Wadley, Marielen 

Wadley, Rose Ann 

Wagstaff, Judy Irene 

Wall, Floyd Allen 

Wallin, Gladys Mae 

Walhs, William David 

Wayman, Judith Ann 

Webb, Joann 

Weber, Patricia Ann 

Wertz, Mervyn Eddy 

West, Ronald Melvin 

Whipple, Gloria 

White, Imajean 

White, Lynn C. 

White, Sarah Jean 

Whiting, Jana Lee 

Whitman, Jean Anne 

Whittaker, Charlotte K. 

Whitwood, Venice Jane 

Wilcox, Winn W. 

Williams, Rita June 

Wilson, Glenda Gail 

Wilson, Gordon Allen 

Wiltbank, David Ellis 

Winmill, Wylma 

Wiscomb, Brenda Lee 

Wissmar, Georg Daniel 

Wolcott, Marlene 

Wood, Frances Diane 

Woodard, Wanda M. 

Woodhead, Susan Merle 

Woods, Frances Carolyn 

Woolley, Dorothy Dawn 

Woolley, Edwin M. Jr. 

Wooley, Linda Dee 




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Eriksen, Hugo Asbjom 
Grundy, William J. 
Haymore, Daniel H. 
Hoglund, Melodie Ann 
Howarth, Grant C. 
Macdonald, Jeny Lee 
Mallory, Jerry Donald 
McCreight, Karen Lee 

McGuire, Susan 
Medcalf, Ronald C. 
Medford, Lyune Carol 
Melton, Arthur Richard 
Merrill, Sallianne 
Mike, Glenn Lee 
Mikolich, Judith Anne 
Miller, Garth Marshall 

Miller, Gerald Orvil 
Millet, Pamela 
Mill ward, James Bergen 
Moody, Kathleen E. 
Moon, Dorothy Ann 
Moore, Shirley Sue 
Morrill, Sharon 
Moss, Robert H., Ill 



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Moyes, Norman Leon 
Muench, Bette Jo 
Myers, Linda Dale 
Nations, Jo Ann 
Nelson, Dennis P. 
Nelson, Ivan W., II 
North, Kenneth Walter 
Nowland, Katherine L. 

Nowland, Kathleen L. 
Olsen, Faye Harriet 
Olsen, Harold Leroy 
Olsen, Jerilynn 
Olsen, Saundra Lee 
Onnsbee, Patty Lou 
Ostler, Alyce Cleoma 
Packer, Sharon Lee 

Parker, Carolyn Ann 
Parker, Doreen 
Parkinson, Mary E. 
Patterson, Bonnie Kay 
Peery, Dale 
Perkes, Carlyle W. 
Perkins, Louis Lynn 
Permann, Merrill H. 

Peterson, Annette 
Peterson, Dorothy Ann 
Peterson, Karen 
Phair, Suzanne Beth 
Pitcher, Arminta 
Pixton, Christopher C. 
Pollard, Everett John 
Pratt, Rendell W. 

Pulley, Bryant Monroe 
Quinney, Robert Sonne 
Rasmussen, Merlynn 
Reece, Shirley Kay 
Revnard, Nancy E(len 
Roberts, Ralph Kenney 
Robinson, Lyle F. 
Robison, Robin Louise 

Rollingson, Norman H. 
Romriell, Sharon Marie 
Schmidt, Virgil Roger 
Searcy, Duane Earl 
Sharp, Pamela Nearah 
Sherwood, Darryl Gene 
Simons, Constance I. 
Smith, Elsa Marie 

Smith, Janet E. 
Spencer, Phillip C. 
Spohr, Pamela Jean 
Staples, Susan Dale 
Stay, Sharon Lee 
Stewart, George M., Jr. 
Stoffers, Carla Rae 
Stowell, Paul Kenneth 



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Attention focused around the administration building, which housed offices formerly 
scattered around numerous campus areas. 



Shirley, Harold Grant 

Sims, Margaret Lanora 

Slagle, Alma Ruth 

Slagowski, William H. 

Sleater, Vicki Rae 

Smith, Brian Mark 

Smith, Karen Cay 

Smith, Peter Jerome 



Smith, Robert Evan 

Sonnichsen, Betsy June 

Sparks, Cynthia Faye 

Stanley, Kaye 

Steinmetz, Connie Jean 

Stillman, Ronald W. 

Stock, Crystal L. 

Stone, Emeryn Rita 



Strange, Barbara Lynn 

Strasser, Mary Louise 

Strickland, Cheryl Ann 

Stuart, Elna May 

Stubbs, Marilyn 

Sullivan, Bonnie Joy 

Sudweeks, Vicki Ann 

Taylor, Cissy Ann 



Taylor, Donna R. 

Taylor, Karen Sue 

Teeples, Deesta 

Thompson, Parley Dean 

Thumell, Lagene 

Thygerson, Nancy C. 

Tolley, Jean Eileen 

Tolman, Larry Ross 



Turner, Brenda 

Villella, Nancy Carol 

Wade, Gail Charlotte 

Wadsworth, Charlene M. 

Wallace, Melbourn Dale 

Walter, Judith Ann 

Ward, Evelyn 

Warner, Leah Mae 



Waugh, Mary Ann 

Weech, Shirley Ann 

Werber, Robert James 

West, Lawrence Brent 

Westergard, Joann 

Wootton, Marsha 

Wright, Kathryn Olivia 

Wright, Lynn Cannon 



Wright, John David 

Yancey, Renee 

Yockey, Terry Rey 

Yorgesen, Joan Lillie 

York, Liana 

York, William Marion 

Young, Ha Noreen 

Zaugg, Nola 




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Beck, Gaylene 
Begonia, Priscilla F. 
Brinkerhoff, Dorcas D. 
Brown, Karen Lynn 
Burgoine, Robert K., Jr. 
Carter, Andrew P. 
Cook, Charlet Eupha 
Crismon, Larry Hermon 



Davis, Aldeana 
Davis, Steven B. 
Erekson, Janet Irene 
Fawns, Carol E. 
Flynn, Roberta E. 
Ford, Rodger C. 
Foss, Judy 
Garritv, Barbara A. 



Goulding, Barbara Gail 
Hancock, Geraldine 
Howard, Lee E. 
Laws, Leonard Kay 
Leese, Patricia Anne 
Lenz, Karleen Fern 
Lindsey, Diana Louise 
Luekenga, Connie Lu 



FRESHMEN 




MacDonald, Ruby Karen 
Mackley, Bonnie Ann 
Madsen, Jeannine 
Malzahn, Linda Sue 
Marriott, Charleen Rae 
Marruffo, Nazaria C. 
Martin, Pamela 
Masterson, Roma 



McAllister, Jeanette 
McAllister, Mary Ann 
McCall, Don Robert 
Mcllhenny, Joann 
McLanahan, George X., Jr, 
McMichael, Linda Dier 
Medgin, Frank 
Mendez, Rosamaria A. 



Miller, Lin David 
Miller, Judith Marie 
Miller, Marilyn Louise 
Minson, Nancy 
Mitchell, Suzanne 
Moffett, Manda Beth 
Moncur, Mary Margaret 
Moody, Lydia Nell 



Morley, Virginia A. 
Morris, Lenna Faye 
Myers, Richard Leland 
Nanney, Robert Joseph 
Naser, Joan 

Neibaur, Charleene Rae 
Nielsen, John Richard 
Norton, Jean 



Oliver, Richard D. 
Olsen, Georgia Ann 
Olsen, Harold M. 
Orton, Lamar Neff 
Page, Janet Louise 
Pearce, Carolyn 
Pearson, Howard Brent 
Penix, Jack Lesley, Jr. 



Peterson, Karen 
Peterson, Margaret 
Pinney, James Hughes 
Pitman, Frederick R. 
Plotts, Leslie Susan 
Pressett, Sandra Joy 
Purdy, Michael Edward 
Purser, Judy Anne 



Quist, Phyllis Jean 
Raddon, Nina Lynn 
Raymond, Bonnie D. 
Reed, Patricia 
Reeder, Lois Jeanne 
Reeve, Kathryn 
Regenwetter, Judy A. M. 
Reiche, Marilyn 



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Reynolds, Daniel Asa 

Rhecs. tynette 

Rice, Yvonne Jeanette 

Richey, Snaran Kay 

Richardson, Joy Anne 

Ricks, Roger Bruce 

Ridgeway, Barbara Jane 

Riggs, Laurel Ruth 



Riordan, Kenneth P. 

Robbins, Patricia Beth 

Robertson, Lynne 

Rogers, Rose Ann 

Romney, Jeffrey Jacobs 

Rosenland, Malinda P. 

Rother, Tracy M. 

Rygg, Darwin Mauritz 



Sarret, Karen Fay 

Satterlee, Dee M. 

Schneider, Albert Rex 

Schulthies, Celia 

Schwendiman, John Snow 

Seipert, Gloria Marie 

Sheets, Kathryn Ogden 

Sheetz, Lillie Belle 



Sheffield, Shauna 

Taylor, Peter Nolan 

Teichert, Robert Burke 

Tenney, Susan 

Thompson, Norma Ruth 

Thomson, Ingrid M. 

Tingey, Thomas Edward 

Tolman, Dee Orville 

Tomasi, Sheryl Lee 

Topham, Stephen Deloy 

Torres, Gary Keith 

Tracy, Homer Edward 

Tuinbow, Reed Davidson 

Turner, John W., Jr. 

Udy, James Marvin 

Venis, Patricia Kay 

Waldrop, Norma Jean 

Westover, Carole 

Wheeler, Kenneth H. 

Williams, Patsy Rae 

Wixson, Joanna 

Woolley, Janet 

Wozniak, Anita Louise 

Wright, Kermit Murphy 



Wright, Margaret Anne 

Wright, Leland Glen 

Wright, Wilma June 

Young, Carolyn 

Young, Karen 

Young, Rae Jeanne 

Young, Rosalie 

Yuthas, George Anthony 




Freshman journalists, Dana Morris, Meryl Lynn Croft ? Bob Burgoine, Evelyn Morrison, 
Sheila Carter, Gloria Hull, Marion Burg, produced their class Echo. 








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Abraham, Diane 
Allred, Rebecca Mary 
Allred, Rulon Brent 
Arnold, Carol Dawn 
Ashment, Larry Ivan 
Atkinson, Nola 
Bailey, David Paul 111 
Bangcrter, Joyce 



Barrett, lone 
Barms, Evelyn Rose 
Bateman, Karen Virgie 
Baudy, Sherry Lee 
Bingham, Kendetl Re\ 
Brough, Daniel Richard 
Burton, Vernon O. 
Busch, Dennis Allen 



Busselberg, Lorin Fred 
Call. Nora A. 
Cannon, Ruth L. 
Carlson, Richard A. 
Carter, Ilene 
Carter, Linda L. 
Casteleiro, George R. 
Cawley, Carol A. 



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Chambers, Faye Ann 
Cheney, Darrell L. 
Chinn, Richard L. 
Christensen, Larry R. 
Clark, Leslie Ann 
Cluff, Dianne 
Cook, Viola Joyce 
Corriveau, Roland R. 



Crandall, Alice I. 
Creasy, Eddie O'Hare 
Crelan, Kathleen Ann 
Croshaw, Robert J. 
Croxford, Carolyn 
Cunningham, Karon Ann 
Daniel, Donna F. 
Daniels, Lenore 



Darling, Neddie Lynn 
Damey, Joann 
David, Josephine 
Day, Lillie M. 
Dcaton, Paul D. 
Degn, Sylvia A. 
Deland, Gloria Jean 
Demetropoulos, Andrew 



Dexter, Ronda L. B. 
Dills, James Brent M. 
Dockstader, Leon Boyd 
Donaldson, Chad K. 
Dubois, Mary N. 
Eberhard, Gary Lee 
Edgley, Kathryn 
Edmonds, Donna Marie 



Edwards, Martha J. 
Ehr, Gretchen Elaine 
Eikenbery, Margaret Ann 
Elam, Dale Patrick 
Elison, David Samuel 
Ericksen, Gerald W. 
Erekson, Virginia A, 
Evans, Gloria J. 



Evensen, Elaine Elma 
Faulkner, Darla Faye 
Felix, Jan V. 
Felton, Donald A., Jr. 
Filsinger, David A. 
Fitzpatrick, Wayne 
Fogg, Lynda Lea 
Fox, James R. 



Freestone, Charlotte E. 
Gardner, Marvin A. 
Gardner, Norda 
Gibson, Nancy 
Gilbert, Sue E. 
Glazier, Lynda J. 
Gold, Floris M. 
Gourdin, Patricia 



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Jones, Nancy 

Jones. Nancy Lynne 

Jones, Steven Kent 

Jones, Raedene 

Jones, Valorie Fay 

Jose, Irvin Francis 

Judd, Colleen 

Judd, Juliette 



Keenan, Carole Jeanne 

Kelly, Arthur Merrill 

Keele, Sheron Ladeane 

Kennedy, Patricia L. 

Kent, Connie Lynn 

Kem, Ranell 

Killpack, Vicki 

Kremin, Karen Marie 



Labrum, Beverley E. 

Lambert, Linda Louise 

Larsen, Carol Dean 

Lawson, Beverly Jean 

Leckie, Richard Rex 

Lee, Mary Diane 

Lee, Sharon 

Leonard, Paul Lewis 



Lewis, Jane Kay 

Lewis, Kathryn Jean 

Lewis, Lloyd K., Jr. 

Love, Linda 

Love, William R. 

Lowe, Bryan A. 

Loyd, David Grant 

Lucas, Ivan Robert 



Lyons, Marjorie Kay 

Mahana, Danny Carrel 

McDonald, Margaret Ann 

Maughan, Linda 

McEwan, Joseph Kenney 

McFadden, Alice S. 

McLeod, Alexander G. 

Mefferd, Marva Jean 



Memmott, Diane 

Michael, Bruce Kenneth 

Mikamt, Aiko 

Milne, Marilyn 

Moore, Margaret Ann 

Mosteller, Barbara Kay 

Mott, Pennie Cecilia 

Nerdin, Nancy 



Neville, Linda Kerol 

Nicol, Alan Chase 

Nielsen, Wade Lagrand 

Olsen, Kenneth David 

Olson, Terrance D. 

Papworth, Patricia Ann 

Pattee, Patricia Lee 

Petersen, Diana C. 




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Greever, Paul T. 
Grindstaff, Gerda A. 
Groberg, Karen 
Hadfield, Larry W. 
Hafen, Patricia Kay 
HambtMgcr, Ronald Lee 
Hansen, Lewis G. 
Hansen, Lloyd C. 



Hansen, Richard T. 
Hanson, Gary L. £. 
Harline. Sharon Anne 
Harris, Eleanor L. 
Hart, Beverlee I. 
Hart, Joan 

Hartman, Michael John 
Hatch. William K. 



Hav.\ Elaine 
Heidenreich. Fr 
Hepworlli. Alan M. 
Higbee, Glen J%* | -** 
Higgins, S;iinlr.t V. 
HilT Sherry L. 
Hilton, Kenneth C. 
Holgate, Delbert James - 




Holmes, Janet A. 
Holmes, Lana K. 
Holmes, Mary B. 
Holmes, Pamela M. 
Howard, Paul L. 
Howard, Ronald H. 
Hull, Laree A. 
Hullinger, Joan K. 



Hutchings, Robert B. 
Irons, Sanoma 
Jackson, Karen J. 
Jarrell, Sandra L. 
Jensen, Barbara L. 
Jensen, Doris Ann 
Jensen, Eileen A. 
Jensen, Elizabeth Ann 



Jensen, Jerrilynn K. 
Jensen, Marilyn 
Jensen, Michael Ray 
Jensen, Robert Glenn 
Jensen, Zelma 
Johnson, Frederick L. 
Johnson, Linda 
Johnson, Linda L. 



Johnson, Nancy Lee 
Johnson, Paul Stanley 
Johnson, Richard W. 
Johnson, Sharlene 
Jones, Mardonne Sylvia 
Kadel, Emest Payson 
Kan, Chi Kit 
Kay, Sandra Lee 

Kennedy, Diana Jeanne 
Kiholm, Terry 
Kilsby, Joann Dale 
Kitley, Trent Pickett 
Knighton, Leola 
Koval, Gary John 
Kung, Ming Hi 
Kynaston, Lynell 



Lapray, Larry Maughan 
Laisen, Maureen P. 
Law, Judy 
Leavitt, Michael L. 
Lee, Barbara Ann 
Lee, Ronald Eugene 
Leetham, John Wayne 
Lemon, Gary Samuel 



Lewis, Angeline 
Lewis, Boylston B 
Lindberg, Jovce J. 
Long, Beverly 
Lounsbury, Kathy 
Love, Diana Carol 
Luekenga, A] is Kay 
Lundgren, Judie M. 



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Abbott, (Jareth R. 

Allied, Darwin Clyde 

Anderson, Gary Arnold 

Bacher, Ronald Melvin 

Barben, Bonnie Jean 

Bender, Norman Clair 

Bird, Leland Money 

Bronson, Peggy Lerean 



Boyd, Constance Lynn 

Brown, Barbara Emma 

Brown, Kenneth James 

Cahalan, Alice 

Caldwell, Kathleen 

Call, Michel L. 

Candland, Valorie 

Carlston, Dennis P. 



Carson, Barbara Jean 

Carter, Sheila J. 

Castagneto, Carina K. 

Christensen, Arlene 

Christensen, Linda L. 

Christopherson, Ann E. 

Clarke, Barbara Lynne 

Cleavinger, Nadene F. 



Coffman, Sandra J. 

Cole, Claudia N. 

Cook, Charlotte A. 

Cortsen, Elaine 

Cox, Betty L. 

Crane, Linda 

Criddle, Marilyn 

Crittenden, Douglas O. 



Curtin, Nancy Jane 

Daley, Dianne 

Daniels, Jim Rex 

Davidson, Roland F. 

Davies, Grant William 

Davis, James Benjamin 

Eardley, Don David 

Evans, David G. 



Evans, Eve R. 

Faden, Gayle 

Fagre, Richard T. 

Fair, Keith Alfred 

Famsworth, Ilene D. 

Fraughton, Sue 

Gaby, Lewis P. II] 

Gilliland, Janice E. 



Golledge, Diane D. 

Guest, Lois Gwendolyn 

Hall, James S. 

Halls, Lou A. 

Hall, Margene 

Hall, Suzanne D. 

Hammons, Del Ray 

Harris, Nancy L 








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Lunt, Rebecca 
Lyle, James Alan 
Lynn, Karen 
Madsen, Elaine Anne 
Madsen, Even S. 
Mangum, Don Robert 
Manning, Joan Martha 
Mass, Sharon Eileen 



McCrary, William M. 
McKell,' Robert Willium 
McMullin. Jolayne C. 
McQuiston, Jacquelin H 
McCune, Sharol Linden 
Melton, Penelope L. 
Merrill. Elizabeth A. 
Michel. Werner, Jr. 



Migliaccio, Larry Dean 
Mills, Michael Lavier 
Miyasato, Sheila II. 
Monson, Brent Niels 
Morriss. Lawrence L. 
Mortensen, Christina L. 
Moss, Rebecca Louise 
Mower, Kathleen 



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Newman, Charlotte Anne 
Ogden, Rodney Jack 
Alsen, Mary Paulette 
Osborne, Carol Elaine 
Oswald, Beverly Jean 
Parker, Linda Cecilia 
Pearson, Rodney C. 
Peart, Donald Bruce 



Pennev Donna Irene 
Pettit,' William R. 
Philips, Delia Jean 
Pilling, Linda Diane 
Pinebird, Clyde S. 
Platter, Verlene Marie 
Polly, Julie Ann 
Porter, Carole Larene 



Porter, Sally Jean 
Portie, W. Dale 
Powell, William Eugene 
Poulsen, Craig Lament 
Prickett, David Eugene 
Rawls, Helena Marie 
Reeder, Emeren Lavene 
Rich, Katherine Fern 



Richardson, Sydney C. 
Rindfleisch, James A. 
Ritchie, Ruth Ann 
Roberts, Shawna 
Roberts, Thomas Lee 
Robison, Toni Diane 
Rogers, Leslie Mark 
Rooks, Dewane J. 



Rowlette, Evelyn L. 
Rowlette, Evelyn L. 
Ruflin, Blanche 
Rushton, Allan C. 
Sabinin, Charlene E. 
Sanborn, Karen Estelle 
Saunders, Nancy Joye 
S chipper, Ena 

Schmidt, Edward Lee 
Scott, Mary Anne 
Scott, Richard M. 
Servoss, Darelyn 
Shepherd, Janet E. 
Shipp, Charles Owen 
Simmons, Luwana 
Sirrine, Helen Alton 



Skousen, Mikel Willard 
Sleight, Doyle Wayne 
Smith, Darrell Thales 
Smith, David F., Jr. 
Smith, Helen Marie 
Smith, Leon Jay 
Smith, Luann 
Smith, Wesley Dexter 



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Ball, Nancy Ann 

Bamum, Roger Verl 

Bartlett, James Worley 

Bigler, Carolee 

Blanchard, John Paul 

Bland, Victor Leon 

Bray, Robert M. 

Brewer, Patricia Ruth 



Bryson, Britt William 

Burgess, Raymond Kaye 

Burnside, George Hugh 

Butler, Bruce Corwin 

Carnes, Joyce A. 

Chaplin, James Taylor 

Chase, Duane B. 

Clark, Helen J. 



Clark, Joanne 

Crockett, Stanley B. 

Cole, Alice A. 

Croff, Kenneth L. 

Crofts, Sihrley A. 

Cunningham, William R. 

Curtis, Ruth 

Dalton, Eric C. 



Deem, Marilyn 

Doney, Shirleen 

Doud, Paul S. 

Dyal, Michael H. 

Dyer, Judy A. 

Eggen, Deanna M. 

Embry, Susan L. 

Erickson, Muriel J. 



Famsworth, Ronald T). 

Frandsen, Kathleen 

Fox, Marsha L. 

Gehrig, Jean L. 

Giles, Nancy 

Gillespie, Stephen B. 

Goff, Beatrice M. 

Green, Angel B. 



Greer, Suzanne K. 

Hacking, Marilyn 

Haight, Margaret E. 

Halladay, Marcia 

Halls, Lou A. 

Harvey, Alvin L. 

Haskell, Mavis D. 

Hatch, Kathleen 



Hedberg, Richard G. 

Henderson, Dixie L. 

Hicken, Linda Jane 

Hicks, Steven Walter 

Higgins, Gary R. 

Hong, Sung Young Susan 

Hopkins, Mary Ann 

Horton, James V. 



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Albrechtsen, Annette 
Alger, Karen Ann 
Andersen, Thayne 1. 
Anderson, Nancy Ann 
Anderson, Patsy Emma 
Anderson, Patsy Kay 
Anderson, Robert Kent 
Andrus, Marie E. 



Andrus, Marjtfli^JC 
Arthur, S; 
Ashley, R.tebel 
Banker, Sue El 
Barrett, Vernon Asael 
Barms, Beulah D. 
Bartholomew. Calvin H. 
Beck, Michael Worthy 



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Berry, Mary M line 
Binns, Thomas Wil" 
Blettenberg, HfJl 
Bonnett, Janice 
Boren, Hugo 
Boren, Terrence Ross 
Bowling, Sharron Lee 



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Brewer, Teresa Frances 
Bryan, Mary Ann 
Bucknum, Claire E. 
Bungay, Richard W. 
Buries, Amy E. 
Bush, Carol Ann 
Byers, Keith William 
Bystrom, Judith A. 



Call, Carolyn J. 
Callister, Jerry E. 
Calvin, Michele J. 
Campbell, Marilyn 
Cansler, Elizabeth A. 
Carroll, Jean M. 
Caso, Georgia L. 
Chapman, James A., Jr. 



Chipman, Helen 
Christensen, Betty K. 
Christensen, David W. 
Christensen, Ladd C. 
Christensen, Martha Lu 
Christensen, Marilyn L. 
Christenson, Peter L. 
Clegg, Eloise 



Cloward, Connie Dee 
Collier, Pamela J. 
Collins, Constance Mae 
Colvin, Nan 
Conley, Charol D. 
Copeland, Lynda L. 
Craner, Thomas S. 
Crookston, Mamita 



Houssian, Pamela N. 
Hull, Gloria L. 
Humpherys, Karen L. 
Hunter, Linda 
Hutchings, Barbara A. 
Hutchings, Loree 
Jacob, Edward Grant 
Jameson, Marilyn 



Janes, Karen 
Jenkins, Martha E. 
Jensen, Julie S. 
Jensen, Karla J. 
Jensen, Richard A. 
Jergensen, Kalle 
Jex, Irene 
Johnsen, Beverly L. 



Johnson, Carol M. 
Jones, Barbara A. 
jorgensen, Rosalie 
Jory, James N., Jr. 
Joyce, Charlene Ann 
Keddington, Susan A. 
Kent, Sydney Maughan 
Kimball, Linda Ann 



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Levar, Forsey Freda 

Linford, Rosann 

Loomis, James Larry 

Long, Dianne 

Long, Kathleen E. 

Losee, Judith Diane 

Lowe, Dennis Richard 

Lunan, Coralee Joyce 



Lunceford, Wilma 

Lund, Beverly 

Martin, Janet 

McCollum, Sharon Ann 

Miller, Dwight Errol 

Miller, Richard W. 

Mitchell, Robert A. 

Moncur, Joyce 



Morris, Dorothy D. 

Morris, Janet Fae 

Nichols, Judith Irene 

Oldroyd, Stephen Bruce 

Orton, Linda Lee 

Porter, Weston Earl 

Rawls, Frederick S. 

Rencher, Irvine Grant 



Rex, Brenda 

Richardson, David John 

Rowe, Mark J. 

Sallenbach, Howard G. 

Schofield, Madge 

Schwab, Merlin Dean 

Smith, Geoffrey F. 

Smith, Richard Earl 



Stott, Pamela Gay 

Swensen, Karen Sue 

Taylor, Sherene Leone 

Thomas, Lucy Ann 

Thorpe, Neil Ephraim 

Tripple, Leo Boyce 

Uzelafc, Robert Michael 

Vigoren, Ronald Wayne 



Wahlstrom, Linda 

Warner, Jacqueline Kay 

Weese, Elgee ETton 

Weymouth, John Stanley 

Whetman, Paul Russell 

Williams, Marilyn 

Wilsted, Harold George 

Woods, Vickie Carroll 





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Adams, Judy Karen 
Andersen, Kathleen 
Badham, Vicki Bonita 
Bangerter, Eldee June 
Barnett, Dennis A. 
Barton, Shirley Mae 
Baxter, Evan Jay 
Bedford, Thomas Vernon 



Bell, Braxton Howard 
Bennett, Baymond E. 
Bentley, Eleanor Ann 
Bingham, Rebecca 
Bishop, Verdell Ray, Jr. 
Bodily, Sharon Ann 
Brady, Philip Alonzo 
B ram h a 11, Merrie Lynn 



Brown, David John 
Brown, Lloyd Everett 
Bushman, John D. 
Call, James Harlow 
Cambell, Douglas C. 
Cannon, Maryina 
Case, Lloyd A. 
Casper, Gloria J. 



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Crapo, Richley H. 
Crossley, Maxine 
Curran, Charles G. 
Curtis, Alton C. 
Curtis, Mary Elizabeth 
Dahl, Carolynn 
Daines, Marilyn H. 
Dalley, Julius F. 

Day, Linda Ann 
Day, Susan C. 
Deford, Ellen L. 
Denny, Ruth A. 
Dewey, Renee 
Dick, Vivian L. 
Dickson, Marilyn 
Domgaard, Karran 



Donahue, Carol J. 
Doty, Elizabeth A. 
Doxey, George Ronald 
Emel, Larine A. 
French, Thomas Louis 
Fritzsche, Patricia A. 
Forrest, Robin G. R., II 
Fung, Hing Cheong 



Garcia, Nellie M. 
Goff, Lola 
Gary, Emest R. 
Goeritz, Diane L. 
Gute, John P. 
Hadley, John S. 
Hall, Blaine D. 
Harmer, Linda L. 



Hart, Erin Sue 
Hart, Roger M. 
Hayes, Patrick Wray 
Henley, Floyd Eugene 
Henriksen, Sylvia C. 
Howell, Betty R. 
Hubbard, Judy 
Huber, Clare A. 



Hughes, Frances 
Jacob, Naomi 
Jacobs, Leo Ralph 
Jensen, Kristin Kaye 
Johns, Robert M. 
Johnson, David C. 
Johnson, Penny 
Johnson, Mary S. 



Jones, Floyd Allen 
Jones, Jack Wade 
Jones, Marsha Ann 
Jones, Ronald David 
Jorgensen, Diane C. 
Judd, James Arlen 
Kawaa, John Nihipali 
Kearl, John Stanley 



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Kirk, Elaine 

Knecht, Wayne Holbrook 

Xohler, Nola 

Larch, Sherron Louise 

Larson, Sharon Lael 

Larson, Susan Kay 

Livsey, Anne 

Lowther, Effie Sandra 



Martin, Kathy 

Maxwell, James Cannon 

McDennott, Maureen R. 

Meservy, Cheryl Aletha 

Michie, Ilene 

Miner, Mary 

Morey, James Allen 

Morris, Dana Carolyn 



Myers, Martha Blair 

Near, BiHie Charlene 

Nuila, Lotario 

Nyberg, Donald Glen 

Packham, Steven Carl 

Paugh, Susan Marie 

Perkins, Curtis Neal 

Pogue, Barbara Don 



Prestridge, Jerry Gale 

Putman, Jacqueline F. 

Reeder, Carol 

Richardson, Edna A. 

Romney, Pamela Jean 

Rousseau, F. Ruth 

Roylance, Susanne M. 

Rumball, Jerry Daniel 



Sabey, Marilyn 

Sanders, Dolores Jean 

Shepherd, John David 

Simpson, Robert Myron 

Sinclair, Kathy Sue 

Skinner, Judy Lynne 

Stable, Sharon 

Taylor, Terry J. 



Thurman, Gary John 

Turtle, Castina Louise 

Twitty, Joyce Lucille 

Waddell, Carolyn E. 

Ward, Marilyn 

Warner, Judith Ann 

Webb, James Frederick 

Whitaker, Wendy Ann 



Wnitaker, Velma Jean 

Wilde, Diane 

Williams, Betty A. 

Wilson, Richard Lee 

Wiltshire, James David 

Worthen, Patricia N. 

Zaugg, Marcille 

Zaugg, Rosemary Jean 




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Christensen, Carol J. 
Christensen, Linda 
Collins, Hills R., Jr. 
Corbridge, Robert 
Corless, John A. 
Cox, Judith Anne 
Cropper, Earl Blake 



Davis, Judith M. 
Doxey, Jill 
Draper, Michael \V. 
Duene, Georgia A. 
Elbourn, Judith A. 
Elggren, Louise A. 
Eneer, Lyn Alyce 
Fisher, Joy May 



Forsha, Marilee J. 
Foster, Brenda J. 
Fraughton, Kaye 
French, Letty L* 
Furbee, Kitty Jane 
Gammon, Naomi 
Garcia, Leroy Ernest 
Garrison, Philip W. 




Gee, Merrill K. 
Gehring, Brent D. 
Gent, Buddy Joe 
Gierisch, Marie 
Gillette, Arlene 
Glass, Vera C. 
GledhiU, Bette E. 
Goodrich, Ward E. 



Graff, Barbara Ann 
Gurr, Robert D. 
Haag, Janet G. 
Hales, Don Gerald 
Hall, Judy Val 
Hall, Kenneth F. 
Hall, Robert E. 
Haney, Sharon J. 



Harper, Veeda F. 
Harris, Joann 
Harrison, Clinton C. 
Hartsfield, James M. 
Hartzog, Nancy M. 
Hastings, Stanley D. 
Hatfield, Thomas S. 
Hatton, Ward Hazel A. 



Heaps, Marion William 
Hedeneren, Jean A. 
Heinecke, Stephen D. 
Hellings, Ronald W. 
Hemus, Benita Jo 
Henderson, Marie L. 
Henderson, Rolaine I. 
Hendrickson, Roger D. 



Hendrix, Juanita L. 
Hendrix, McKay G. 
Hicken, Donald C. 
Hight, Karen A. 
Hill, Sandra J. 
Hipwell, Darlene J. 
Hirst, Jerry P. 
Hodgson, Beverly J. 



Hodgson, Colleen Jane 
Hoemer, Nada C. 
Holladay, Patricia 
Holladay, Marilyn 
Hollander, Sandra J. 
Hollingworth, Kay 
Holman, Marian 
Hoopes, Donnetta 



Howell, Patricia 
Huff, Joan K. 
Hughes, James Biltron 
Hunt, Melvin Leon 
Isaksen, Dallas E. 
Jacques, Joel M. 
Jennings, Marna K. 
Jensen, Earl R. 







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Kutsch, Linda Lavon 

Laendle, Manfred G. 

Larson, Keith Bert 

Larsen* Nanalee 

Lauper, Bonnie Jean 

Liddle, Carolyn 

Lindsey, Elva A. 

Louw, Beverley June M. 

Lunceford, Leola T, 

Mangum, Janice 

Moody, Alfred Leon, Jr. 

Murdock, Carol Ann 

Murray, Patricia Gail 

Moon, John Nephi 

Nelson, Nadine 

Nye, I. Jeff 



Otterstrom, Christine 

Parkinson, Robert J. 

Peck, Carlene Jule 

Petrillose, Carole J. 

Price, Clair Eugene 

Pond, Farelyn 

Precott, Marvin Keith 

Rasmussen, Dianne 



Rasmussen, Neil Edwin 

Ray, Michael Stanley 

Rees, Judy Lee 

Remde, Angelica R. 

Richards, Joseph W. 

Richeson, James Steven 

Roberts, Duane Charles 

Robinson, Paul William 



Rosenstengel, Betty J. 

Ruggles, Sharon Irene 

Rushton, Lynda Kaye 

Sanderson, Allen Reese 

Sandstrom, Joyce Marie 

Shepherd, Arlene 

Simms, Karen Maureen 

Smith, Christine J. 



Sorensen, Tanya Le 

Steenbakkers, Hubertus 

Stosich, Flora Ranae 

Stratford, Sandra 

Sturgill, Aner Douglas 

Swain, Elva 

Syddall, Gary Allen 

Taylor, Nancy 



Thalmann, Florance G. 

Thomas, Linda 

Thompson, Kathleen 

Thomburgh, Sanders E. 

Thorpe, Neil Ephriam 

Tomlinson, Nancy Vonda 

Tucker, Verla Deane 

Turner, Maldwyn 








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Jones, Emma J. 
Jones, Carolyn R. 

Jones, De Nelson 
Jones, Jewell Suzann 
Jones, Juunita Fay 
Jones, Kathy Sin- 
Jones Raetlene 
Kelley, Sandra Vee 



Jensen, Erma 
Jensen, John, E 

Jensen, \\,i 

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Johnson, l.i: 
Johnson, Sharon 
Jone 1 -, Bonnie Lea 



Kinghorn, Clive J 
Ko, Charles Fools C 
Ripple, Leslie Ann 
Rogers, Joyce ™ 
Sanders, Crystal Lee 
Sandiff, David Lavern 
Salbaeka, Phylis Ann 
Salim, Massood M. 





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Schmidt, Joann Claire 
Sears, Susan Patricia 
Shean, Diane Rae 
Shu m way, Diane 
Shumway, Judith Ann 
Shumway, Kathryn 
Sires, Lerae Eunice 



Skinner, Eileen 
Smith, Howard Poulton 
Smith, Penelope Louise 
Smouse, Dewey Thomas 
Sneddon, Marilyn Lee 
Snedeger, Sundy 
Snow, Carol 
Snyder, Pamela L. 



Sorenson, Anne Marie 
Sorensen, Jay Dean 
Spragg, Frank Wesley 
Srackangast, Karen R. 
Stacey, Janet 
Stahr, Catherine L. 
Stanger, George W. 
Stanko, Melanie Rose 



Stanley, Charles W., Jr. 
Stephens, Lynn 
Stephens, Redge Conrad 
Stewart, Susanna 
Still, Gerry Lewis 
Stone, William Harold 
Stonebraker, Larry R. 
Stott, Melvin Orren 



Stratton, Jerry Clell 
Stringham, Maureen 
Strong, Jerilynn 
Stubbs, Carl James 
Stuck, Susanne Lynn 
Sturgill, Lola Efonda 
Sutherland, Donald J. 
Swenson, Judith Adena 



Swift, Stephen Jensen 
Taylor, Barbara Jean 
Taylor, Cleta Louise 
Tenney, Faith Claire 
Terry, Stephen P. 
Thackaberry, Judy S. 
Thatcher, Carol 
Thomas, David Albert 



Thomas, Paul Michael 
Thomas, Sharron Marie 
Thompson, Judic Kay 
Thompson, Lota Deanne 
Thomley, Diane 
Thomp, Linda Lapreal 
Thurston, Morris A. 
Titensor, Robin 



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Todd, Charkiu 

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Torgerson, Myra 

Trapier, Rosaland B. 

Tufts, Lcland Wayne 

Turley, Douglas Marion 

Turner, Judi Marie 



Turner, Laurie Elaine 

Turner, Thomas C, Jr. 

Udy, Joyee Helen 

Udy, Richard Lance 

Uibel, Jacob Ross 

Vail, Eugene Cordell 

Vance, Loya 

Van Leuven, Kathleen L. 



Van Wagenen, Julie B. 

Vest, Ruby Helene 

Vincent, Michal Gay 

Wagstaff, Jerry S. 

Waldrep, Paul Everett 

Walker, Gary Wayne 

Walker, Larry Arlo 

Walser, John Martin 



Watkins, David Michael 

Watkins, Ronald Harold 

Watson, John William 

Watson, Ronald Albert 

Watson, Victor Bumell 

Watts, Gerald W. 

Weeks, Karen Jean 

Weems, Sharon Ann 



Weight, Harold Ralph 

Weight, Jennilyn 

Wells, Kathleen 

West, Suzanne 

Wharton, Fred Lee 

Wheeler, Ruth Leora 

White, Charles Hopkins 

White, Judith Bess 



White, Lowell Dwayne 
White, Nancy Evon 
White, Sandra Gay 
Whitesides, Tamera 
Whitney, Madelon Kay 
Whyte, Kathryn 
Weick, Helga Lucie 
Wight, Dwayne H. 



Wightman, Via Skipps 

Wilkerson, Cynthia 

Williams, Elizabeth A. 

Winder, Alan B. 

Woodbury, Wendy 

Worton, Keith Bamett 

Zimmerman, Susan Rac 

Zitzman, David Evans 








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Aberle, Penny Erlene 
Allen, Alice Irene 
Anderson, Cherie Wayne 
Auemig, Sherri 
Beal, Camilla 
Ball, David Joseph 
Barnett, Barbara 
Bennett, Judith Ann 



Berg, Maynaid John 
Betenson, Nancy Ann 
Blake. Ana Louise 
Boundy, Frederick Ross 
Brimley, Ned Simmons 
Broadbent, Karen Mary 
Brooks, Barbara Jane 
Bumhara, Betty Sue 



Childs, Carolyn Rose 
Clarke, Leslie A. 
Cowan, Marilyn J. 
Croft, Laraine K. 
Crofts, Diane Kay 
Crosby, Gary Frederick 
Davis, Ruth A. 
Derr, Diana J. 



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Dudley, Lewis E. 
Edgerton, Janet A. 
Eldredge, Linda B. 
Elkins, Sheryl 
Farthing, Paulina E. 
Finklea, James R. ( Jr. 
Fisher, Lucy A. 
Gardner, Homer Jay 



Gauchay, Ann M. 
Gifford, Norma L. 
Gilbertson, Diane S. 
Gray, Marilyn Jane 
Greenwood, Vickv Jill 
Hackett, Ronald D. 
Haghighi, Massoud 
Hall, Jo Danele 



Hansen, Robert Allen 
Hartley, William G. 
Hawkins, David Lester 
Hawkins, Helen Lucy 
Hayes, Sarah 
Heywood, Patricia M. 
Hill, Sara Kathleen 
Humphries, Eugene R. 



Hunt, Christine F. 
Jackson, Clark G. 
Jacobson, Carolyn 
Jacobson, Ellen L. 
Johonson, Judy 
Johnson, Richard E. 
Johnsrun, Diane Kay 
Jones, Daniel Louis 



Law, Chee Keung M 
Leak, Margaret Jean 
Locke, Harry James 
Loftus, William Robert 
Loumis, Katherine 
Lowe, Lynda Susan 
Madsen, Beverly Ann 
Madsen, Katheryn 



Massaro, Sandra Kay 
McMeen, Sylvia Ann 
Melone, Linda Marie 
Mikits, Stuart Wendel 
Miller. Douglas Cecil 
Miller, Judy 
Milner, Richard Fisher 
Milocco, Rolf 



Mitchell, Jean 
Morris, Suzanne 
Murphy, Virginia Lynne 
Navlor, Joseph Calvin 
Nelson, Dennis Paul 
Newl.md, Gary Kent 
Nickle, Douglas Scott 
Nielson, Michael Crant 




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Stately sentinels stand guard over campus. 



Ostlund, Dow Glenn 

Otto, James Raymond 

Pangle, Marilyn Helen 

Payne, Delbert Bryce 

Putnam, Richard Edward 

Rasmussen, Dianne 

Richardson, Wayne Lynn 

Richie, Renae 



Richins, Shirley Ann 

Riley, Brent Charles 

Robinson, David W. 

Roundy, Cathryn 

Sandvik, David Gordon 

Schourup, Dorothy M. 

Seaman, Virginia Kae 

Sell, Richard Ercell 



Slade, Elsie Janis 

Smith, Douglas Alan 

Smith, Gary Richard 

Smith, Gordon Raymond 

Soto, Colin Pete 

Stewart,. Sarah Ann 

Stratton, Pauline 

Thayne, Shirley Rae 



Thompson, Berthel L. 

Thorson, Mary Jo 

Tinsley, Catherine L. 

Tomlinson, Linda Lee 

Towery, Laura Eileen 

Hall, Antone L. 

Val Alfen, Neal Kay 

Vincent, Norma Faye 



Walker, Gordon Davies 

Walker, Kay Leroi 

Warner, Virginia Ann 

Welling, Vaughn Taylor 

White, Lorrin Gerald 

Whiting, David Lodge 

Wilson, Judith Lynne 

Wolsey, Marlou 



Woolley, Ronald Lee 

Woolley, Susan Irene 

Workman, Kenneth A. 

Wride, Norma 

Wright, Dale Pharis 

Wright Katherine 

Wright, Margery 

Wright Patricia 



Yancey, Paula Claire 

Yose, Constance 

Young, Wayne B. 

Young, Richard J. 

Youngberg, Duane Z. 

Zalonka, Lois Charlane 

Zelepugas, Sally Jean 

Zimmerman, Judy Anne 




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Lyons, Elvena Ann 
Macklin, Loran A. 
Magnusson, Kjartan T. 
Marsh, Marian Sue 
Matherly, David Kildow 
McCune, George Moody 
McMurdie, Ladona S. 



Morgan, Clive Dan 
McMulliii, Jerry A. 
NUvham, Joyce 
Murphy, Donald L*-< 
Nauroan, Gayle Diane 
Nelson, Fred R., Jr. 
Nordnirn, Melva Annette 
Orton, Judy Lapriel 



Parks, Carol I & 
Peterson, David L. 
Peterson, Din one Carol 
Peterson, Elaine 
Peterson, Jack Harold- 
Peterson, Ronald B. 
Piper, Arthur Russell 
Pitcher, Elaine Marie 




Pocock, Janice Leona 
Postlewaite, Linda J. 
Poulson, Alma Joyce 
Pugh, Mildred 
Ray, James Walter 
Raymond, Virginia 
Reichley, David Hubert 
Reid, Roxanna 



Rempel, Gary Richard 
Ren fro, Rita Ann 
Rich, Bonnie Bahazoni 
Ricks, Richard Lee 
Ripplinger, Leon Hardy 
Robb, Max Bentley 
Rogers, Brenda Sue 
Rogers, Patricia A. 



Rogers, Ruth Louise 
Priday, Kaye 
Reasor, Linda Carroll 
Reeves, David Wayne 
Richardson, Linda Nell 
Riggs, Charl Whiting 
Riley, Derail Lee 
Ritcnel, Frederick J. 



Robertson, Barbara Ann 
Robison, Allen Newal 
Rousseau, Peggy Ann 
Russell, Stephen Hays 
Rutter, Robert F. 
Sawyer, David Archie 
Scarpino, Charles V., Jr. 
Seamons, David Taylor 



Seely, Joann 
Shingleton, Jenifer V. 
Simmons, Virginia Sue 
Singleton, Kathleen 
Singleton, Wallace S. 
Slade, Beth 

Smartt, Philander K„ Jr. 
Smigelslci, Leopold B. 



Smith, Bruce Michael 
Smith, Gary Eugene 
Smith. Kit Dean 
Smith, LeGrande Carlos 
Smith, Madeline Louise 
Smith, Sandra Kav 
Smith, Teddy Roylene 
Soloman, Kathleen H. 



Soper, Carol Barbara 
Sorensen, Judith Marie 
Sowby, Kathleen 
Stacey, Patricia Lee 
Stagge, Joann 
Stayner, Stephen E. 
Steele, Sharon Kay 
Stenzel, Dennis Eugene 




Stettler, Marvel 

Steuart, Bradley W. 

Stokes, Larry Eldon 

Stokes, Nancy Kay 

Stolworthy, Johannah 

Stout, Fred Lee 

Swanson, Cheryl D. 

Sylvestersen, Andrea M. 



Sze, Josephine 

Taylor, El Roy 

Thomas, Harry W., Jr. 

Thomas, Sheila Ann 

Thompson, Betty D. 

Thompson, Nancy Lou 

Thornton, Katherine M. 

Thueson, Marcia Beth 



Tolman, Francis 

Towler, Hollace Joy 

Townsend, Darryl R. 

Treanor, David Earl 

Valentine, Margaret S. 

Van Aalst, Aukje C. 

Vance, Margie June 

Villella, Nancy Carol 



Von Kampen, Anna 

Walburger, Keith J. 

Waldron, Gwendolyn 

Waldvogel, Howard John 

Walk, Kathleen 

Walk, Laraine Kay 

Walker, Herbert Laird 

Walters, Connie Rae 



Webster, Nedra Karen 

Weems, Susan Ruth 

Weidenheimer, Rose S. 

Willardson, Jeanne 

Williams, David Gail 

Williams, Linda Rae 

Williams, Nancy Lou 

Williams, Thornton A. 



Willes, Sherryl P. 

Wilson, Sandra Kay 

Windham, Tracey Ann 

Winkler, Chad 

Wintle, Denna Rae 

Wistisen, Rulon F. 

Wolcott, Julaine 

Wollschleger, Nancy L. 



Wood, Kathleen 

Woodcock, Patricia S. 

Woodland, Lee Melvin 

Woolley, AUene 

Woolley, Linda Joy 

Yarbrough, Edna Ruth 

Young, Deann 
















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Anderson, Linda Lee 
Bennett, Raymond E. 
Black, Pete M. 
Brown, Ilsa Eileen 
Bond, Luana Althea 
Bowen, Bonnie Tess 
Buell, Ralph Stanley 
Caldwell, Eldred A. 



Cannon, Joel R. 
Cannon, Kathleen 
Carling, Duane Spencer 
Carbon, Monte B. 
Cames, Jean M. 
Cazier, Marvin L. 
Chambers, Nancy N. 
Champion, Waylon E 



Claridge, Deva R. 
Clifford, Rav T. 
Cook, Carol M. 
Cropper, Connie ] 
Curlin, Karen Dodd 
Curtis, Sharon Kay 
Darnell, Donald Ross 
Dewitt, Ogden A., II 



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Dukelow, Virginia 
Dunster, Barbara J. 
Ellis, Stephen T. 
Ellsworth, William A. 
Emmot, Richard D. 
Ericsson, Margit B. 
Erekson, Barbara Ann 
Farmer, Jennifer L. 



Famsworth, Erwin L. 
Faulkner, Nicholas L. 
Fairclough, Edith L. 
Famsworth, Ann 
Firmage, David H. 
Foreman, Marsha L. 
Freeman, Connie L. 
Freeman, Janet 



Funk, Joyce E. 
CaUi, Corina M. 
Garcia, Vincent Henry 
Garrett, Patricia Vee 
Germer, Colleen 
Gleed, Myrle 
Godwin, Kenneth B. 
Gould, Douglas A. 



Grandmaison, Gary D. 
Greenfield, Gerala H. 
Grigg Laurel F. 
Griggs, Helen Karen 
Haderlie, Vaughn J. 
Hansen, Robert Terry 
Hardy, Carol Jeanne 
Harmon, David K. 



Hatcher, Sharyl 
Hederick, Judith K. 
Hendrix, Juanita L. 
Henkel, Omar R. 
Henrie, Irene 
Herr, John F., Jr. 
Hewett, Hiliary A. 
Hicken, Lucy 



Hig£ins, Roy E. 
Hilton, Joseph R., Jr. 
Hilton, Nita R. 
Howarth, Gary N. 
Hubbard, Mar Gene 
Hughes, Marc Ronald 
Hunsaker, Isaac F. 
Hunter, Alison 



Hunter, Cheryl 
Hutchings, Geraldine 
Hutchings, Joan 
Jacobsen, Sandra J.J 

Jenkins, Marilyn 
enks, Carole L. 
Jensen, Dona I. 
Jensen, James Richard 



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Jensen, Karen L. 

Jensen, Ronald Grant 

Johnston, Barbara F. 

Johnson, George Terry 

Johnson, Gloria J. E. 

Johnson, Joann M. 

Jones, Daisy M. 

Jones, Janice Eva 

Jordan, Richard H. 

Justice, Dorian Barry 

Kartchner, Linda 

Keldsen, Dennis Wm. 

Kent, Mary Elizabeth 

Kieffer, Calvin Clyde 

Kirby, Judith Esta 

Larsen, Kay Lynne 



Levesque, Ray Leslie 

Lewis, Stewart Frost 

Lines, Gene Laurell 

Lloyd, Doris Leah 

Lloyd, Judith Ann 

Lovelace, Jackie Faye 

McTague, Mary Leilani 

Mecham, Roger Leo 



Morley, Pamela Anita 

Mortensen, Judith Ann 

Mortensen, Kathleen D. 

Houtz, Melpha 

Mumford, Vadier Lyle 

Nelson, Phyllis 

Nielsen, Anita Rae 

Ottosen, Carma Gayle 



Palmer, Charles Brent 

Parks, Judith Ann 

Parrish, Carolyn Ann 

Parsons, Dorothy Diane 

Partridge, Linda Lee 

Peart, Elaine 

Phillips, Jerry Clyde 

Quinn, Elizabeth H. 



Resch, Vera Ruth 

Rieff, Kathryn Lynn 

Rolfe, Linda A. 

Ryan, Thomas Edward 

Sanders, Barry Russell 

Sasine, Kenneth Paul 

Scholes, Laurel Jane 

Steadman, Connie 



Stringham, Loren Dean 

Taylor, Carol I. 

Taylor, Deanna 

Turpin, James Forman 

Walker, John Hathaway 

Warner, Leah Mae 

White, Boyd Barnard 

Williams, Barbara Ann 




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Allphin, Peggy Jean 
Anderson, Luana 
Bames, Joseph Floyd 
Basinger, Lee Alvin 
BeuteT, Meredith lone 
Bishop, Margaret Joan 
Bishop, Suzanne Mary 
Bowen, Nathaniel Casey 



Bronson, Owen Wesley 
Callister, Kenneth N. 
Canatsey, Dana Frances 
Caisell, Carol Cean 
Clarke, Dennis R 
Cope, Sandra L. 
Cowley, Marsha R. 
Danielson, JoAnn 



Famsworth, Anne 
Felix, Gordon Kay 
Fleet. Fred E. 
Folsom, Kelvin Robert 
Glassford, Guy C., Jr. 
Holdaway, Darlene 
Jscobsen, Gloria Jean 
Larsen, Lorry Conway 



Lundberg, Charles Paul 
Maughan, Nancy 
Nance, F. Kent 
Ogawa, Valiant T. 
Ostler, Carol Jean 
Pearce, Dale Ben 
Richards, Barbara J. 
Richards, Patricia 



Sands, Norman Barbee 
Schaefermeyer, Vonnie 
Schank, Ruth Vilate 
Smith, Carol Lue 
Tanner, Karma Lynn 
Willmore, Kennetn Paul 
Wright, Douglas Virgil 



FRESHMEN 



Freshmen frolic in one of the frequent Friday assemblies in the fieldhouse. 




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Secretary Jeanne Merrill 



President Jim Olson 



Vice President Ray Goad 




SOPHOMORES 
SPONSORED 
BIG COTILLION 

Sophomore class members participated 
in two inter-class parties and presented 
two studentbody assemblies. They en- 
tered a float in the homecoming parade 
and welcomed students to the Sopho- 
more Cotillion. When Vice President 
Jack Reese left school, Ray Goad was 
appointed to take his place. Class offi- 
cers endeavored to add enthusiasm into 
the sophomore class activities. 



Sophomore cabinet members included (front 
row) Dotti Bowers, Gen Jacobs, Sydney Smith, 
Jeanne Barnard, Jeanne Merrill, Loma Pike, 
(back row) Dave Howard, Cliff Flemming, 
Jim Olson, Doug Jensen, and Ellis Nuttal. 

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Ah Moo, Billie Jane 
Alder, Mema Yola 
Alleman, Nadine 
Allen, Judy Gail 
Allington, Lynn E. 
Anderson, Steven Leigh 
Bartlett, Carol Louise 
Bennett, Marilyn 



Bertoncelj, Marilyn 
Bonner, John Lessey 
Brown, Betty 
Budge, Ivard Foster 
Buss, Lawrence Edwin 
Carpenter, Marvell N. 
Cavalieri, Tonia G. 
Childers, Margaret A. 



Clarke, Yvonne Anne 
Conger, Elizabeth 
Copa, Clara Amelia 
Cousins, Margaret E. 
Danielson, Ardis E. 
Demattea, Susan Louise 
Denos, Georgia D. 
DeYoung, Lucile 



Duncan, Lois 
Durfee, Marilyn 
Elliott, Nancy Joyce 
Fagg, Sherrie Louise 
Faulkner, Bette L. 
Fitch, Delores J. 
Folsom, Philip Kent 
Francis, Ralph H. 



Fromm, Kathy Laree 
Garrison, Monte Harlen 
Giles, Marilyn 
Glenn, Julie 
Goad, Raymond, Jr. 
Goddard, David Corwin 
Gordon, Elizabeth Ann 
Gorman, Lana Lue 



Gray, Patricia Jean 
Haggerty, David Leon 
Hale, Lloyd Dean 
Hallett, William E. 
Halvorsen, Margaret E. 
Hammond, Cleora Deen 
Hatton, Sadie Marie 
Henricksen, Diane 



Hicks, Carolyn 
Hill, Doris Marie 
Hill, Floyd Allan, Jr. 
Hill, Larry Dean 
Hoagland, Wyoma Ranee 
Hodgkinson, Carol Kay 
Holladav, Beatrice K. 
Hollingshead, Edith J. 



Huff, ; 

Iverson, Lvnda 
Jack, Donald Vernon 
Jackson, Judy 
Jefferies, Bruce M. 
Jenks, Sherre] Don 
Jensen, Reta Lorcen 
Johannesen, Mary Alice 




Jolley, Joyce 
Kan, Sin Yee 
Keller, Marion V. 
Kelly, Jolynn 
Keyworth, Sarah Jo 
Knudsen, Karen 
Kuder, Janet Ann 
Lambson, Alma Louise 



Lane, Patricia Anne 
Larsen, Carol Esther 
Latimer, Larry F. 
Lowry, Leon Kent 
Luke, Roice D. 
Madden, Joan E. 
Madsen, Kenneth M. 
Mangum, Claudine 



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Manning, Walter Eugene 

Manwaring, Jay Richard 

Marquis, Dale J. 

Martin, Kenneth Eugene 

Martin, Loren 

Mason, Marlynn 

McArthur, Alma Don 

McClellan, Joyce Larae 



McEvers, Monna K. 

McDougal, Wilbera Lee 

McGuire, Mamice 

Merkley, Mary Irene 

Merta, Steve David 

Miller, Joann Gayle 

Miller, Marlene 

Milton, Georgia Anne 



Milton, Linda Joanne 

Minard, Darlene Faye 

Mohler, Carol Ann 

Monson, Laurence C, III 

Montgomery, Victoria 

Moore, James Vernon 

Moore, Thomas J. 

Morley, Harold Gary 



Morley, Vivian Jane 

Myers, Marilyn Joan 

Nedelcov, Edward Allen 

Newton, Athlyn Gay 

Nielsen, Arlene 

Neilson, Nancy Lou 

Nelson, Neal Allen 

Nichols, Carma Sue 



Novalc, Sheran 

Ogbom, Daisy Lawana 

Olsen, Melvin Eugene 

Orr, Connie Sue 

Orton, Ronno D. 

Osguthorpe, Sharon 

Pace, Kaarin 

Palmer, David Asael 



Palmer, Ethel Ann 

Pancoast, Kathryn E. 

Peace, Catherine M. 

Perry, Sharon Diane 

Peterson, Clarence D. 

Peterson, Henry Frands 

Pistey, Peter David 

Porter, Karen 



Poulton, Lena Pearl 

Pratt, Elena 

Prina, Jeanette 

Ranson, Maxwell Ira 

Ratliff, Herbert B., Jr. 

Reimer, Sandra Sue 

Robinson, Joan W. 

Rollins, Ethel Larae 




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Ackerson, Celia C. 
Adams, Mignon 
Allgaier, Wayne 
Allred, Annalue 
Anderson, Ardith Ann 
Atkinson, David Earl 
Baker, Kathleen L. 
Barrow, Robert Lee 



Barrows, Marta Lin 
Bigler, Ralph Porter 
Boyd, Kathy 
Brighton, Thomas Bow 
Brinton, Michael Frank 
Brown, Linda Marie 
Brown, Marilyn Ann 
Cardall, Jo Ellen 



Carr, Sarah Jane 
Carter, Cathie Anne 
Christensen, Linda 
Clark, Virginia Lynn 
Clynick, Dennis Lee 
Creer, Carolyn 
Curtis, Jean 
Dahl, Gregory Costley 



Deer, Alvin Burke 
Dick, Shirley 
Duff in, Launu 
Dunkley, Helen 
Drake, Fenton L. 
Dyer, Donna Faye G. 
Fietkau, Elaine 
Fife, Marcia 



Finlayson, Ann 
Flake, Deone 
Fotheringham, Carlie 
Fowler, Geneva Evelyn 
Frank, Celia 
Calvin, Harold Wayne 
Gledhill, Brent Lamarr 
Gowans, Londa 



Hackney, Judy Lynn 
Hakes, Emma Lynne 
Hales, David Albert 
Hampshire, Judith Lela 
Hanson, Billie Louise 
Harris, Linda Mae 
Havens, Carl M. 
Hazel, Carolyn Louise 



Hendrix, Claire 
Higbee, Joan 
Hinson, Susanne 
Hjorth, Suzanne 
Holfert, Suzanne M. 
Hunsaker, Jay Golden 
Hyde, George O., Jr. 
Jack, Judith Holly 



Karen Lou 
Johnson, Lyle Duane 
Johnson, Orlene Carol 
Kiser, Anadeane Y. 
Lambert, Beverly L. 
Lee, LueDa Carole 
Lewis, Carol Ann 
Liljenquist, Karen 



Lovenbury, Kirk Peter 
Lyon, Nancy Elizabeth 
Mackley, La Wana 
Madigan, Jake Arthur 
Mainord, Carol 
Malouf, Julie Madge 
Manning, Linda Mollie 
Rose, Phyllis Diane 



Rowe, Barbara Jean L. 
Saari, Sandra Jane 
Scott, Kristin Ann 
Senke, Gloria Darleen 
Sharp, Judith Ellen 
Shipp, Grethe Kathleen 
Shaw, Barbara 
Simon, Florence Lee 



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Simonian. Siragan S. 

Simpson, Shirlee Ann 

Skidmore, Diane 

Slaugh, Evelyn Anne 

Sly, Valerie Gay 

Smith, Janice Marie 

Smith, Judith 

Smith, Susan 



Snow, Diane Lucile 

Snow, Tiffany 

Sudweeks, Jessie H. 

Spencer, Barbara Lynne 

Steele, Gwen 

Stevens, Janet Taylor 

Stevenson, Carol 

Stewart, Marilyn Ruth 



Stewart, Marion Lenore 

Stratford, Jane Wright 

Summers, Velma Jean 

Swan, Suzanne 

Swift, Marcia Pumehana 

Talley, Debra Arlene 

Tate, Joel Richards 

Terry, Sandy Kay 



Thome, Patricia 

Thorstad, Holly R. 

Tingstrom, Raymond L. 

Tolley, James Hobert 

Toronto, Linda 

Torsak, Carol Ann 

Tropper, Evangeline L. 

Troutman, Barbara Lee 



Tucker, Edwin Reed 

Tyler, Janice Luella 

Tysdal, Elizabeth Ann 

Van Ostrand, Carolyn M. 

Vance, Paul James 

Vander, Kooi Mark B. 

Wallace, Linda Jean 

Wallace, Wanda Faye 



Walters, Bobby Robert 

Ward, Dawna Marie 

Ward, Deeann 

Ward, Gale Leroy 

Washburn, Revis L. 

Watson, Karen Afton 

Wayment, Stephanie 

Webb, Warren Ross 



Webster, Linda 

Weir, Bobbie Jo 

Welker, Phoebe May 

Welker, Susan 

West, Kathleen M. 

Westover, Robert N. 

Whatley, Carol Anne 

White, Alice Ellen 




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Allen, Diane 
Altaian, Patricia Ann 
Anderson, Jacqueline 
Arnold, Elizabeth May 
Bangerter, Bruce R. 
Bradford, Janice 
Brewster, Kim Irwin 
Bringhurst, Marie 



Busch, Julianne 
Candland, David A. 
Cannon, Linda 
Canann, Van 
Carr, Philip E. 
Chapman, Otanm Eaton 
Christensen, Kathryn 
Clawson, Rodney Elroy 



Collyer, Rosalind E. 
Davis, Jerome Lee 
Day, Rebecca 
Dilworth, Linda Louise 
Dorrough, Leslie Gene 
Duplisea, Ronald Lome 
Eddington, Peggy Ann 
Evans, Jeannine 



Evans, Patricia Alice 
Field, Susan Marlene 
Fisher, Diana Lee 
Fisher, James Robert 
Fisher, Jo Ley 
Folsom, Sandra Dawn 
Foutz, Jean Pearl 
Fowers, Karen Suzanne 



Fowers, Verlayne 
Francis, Darold Pierce 
Gale, Douglas La Voir 
Gee, Lamont L. 
George, Claudia Lee 
Giles, Linda Lee 
Glauser, Ann 
Gover, Bonnie Jean 



Grampp, Brent 
Gregory, Garald Rex 
Gregory, Mahary 
Griffin, Warren H. 
Guinn, Regina Sue 
Hammer, Susan Kay 
Hansen, Nels Arthur 
Hanzsche, Rosalee Ann 



Hart, Kenneth Watson 
Hatcher, Sharyl 
Haymond, Karen 
Hellstrom, Michael W. 
Henry, Jerry Wayne 
Henrie, Patrick 
Hiart, Pamela Rae 
Hill, Karen 




Holmes, John Jay 
Holt, Edith Paige 
Holt, Jane 
Hoopes, David Craig 
Hubbard, Cheryl 
Hutchings, Marianne 
Inouye, Carolyn 
Ison, Jocile 



Jacklin, Maryland I. 
Jackson, Ann 
jarvis, Dixie Ann 
Jensen, Paul Bentley 
Jensen, Richard Brent 
Jensen, Richard Grover 
Johnson, Ralph Kay 
Johnson, Shirley Renae 



Jolley, Linda Rae 
Jones, Carol Ann 
Jones, Donna Rae 
Jones, Emma Lou 
Jones, Karen Ann 
Jorgensen, Newel M. 
Keel, Reba Kathleen 
Keeslar, Karen Lee 



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Kellogg, Dennis Irwin 

Kent, Christine £. 

Killian, Patsy 

Kunz, Patricia 

Lake, Shirley Williams 

Larson, Douglas Joseph 

Lewis, Linda 

Littlefield, Terrie 



Livingstone, Donald H. 

Mackey, Thomas Allen 

Malm, Christie Amelia 

Matthews, Karen Laree 

McDonald, Linda S. G. 

Mclff, Eldon Bruce 

McLeod, Ann Margaret 

McNeil, Sybil Diane 



Melton, Brenda Kay 

Meyers, Sylvia Lei 

Miller, Arjay Wells 

Miner, Beverly Allen 

Moon, Karen 

Moon, Maryetta 

Morris, Betty Jean 

Negler, Frances Emily 



Nelson, Lynda Rachel 

Nerdin, Joanne 

Nickles, Sandra Chleo 

Nielsen, Rosalin M. 

Nixon, Andrew Richard 

Norman, Susan Bush 

Nunes, Carolyn 

Nyland, Gloria Ann 



Palmer, James Lynn 

Parle, Loralee 

Persons, Richard Allen 

Peterson, Sarah Helen 

Pitcher, Annette C. 

Porter, Ruth Alice 

Pratt, Glenda Rae 

Randall, Alfred R. 



Rappleye, Kathleen 

Ray, Linda Margaret 

Riding, Mary Ann 

Roberts, Elizabeth B. 

Saupders, Carma Gwen 

Seymour, Michael Scott 

Sherman, Mary Jean 

Shumway, Myrtle 



Westwood, John Drake 

Winterton, Marilyn 

Wiser, Maxine 

Wood, Jeanlouise 

Wright, Julie Ann 

Yates, Christina Irene 

Young, Richard Lee 

Young, Thomas Elgin 













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Allen, Sandra Gale 
Allred, Judith Lynne 
Anderson, Arlen Von 
Applegate, Dennise 
Armstrong, Michele D. 
Bailey, Janniece Rae 
Baker, Joan 
Baldwin, Dorothy Jean 



Barnes, Arthur P. 
Bingham, Ray Robert 
Bjorkman, Ida Arline 
Blaylock, Sharon E. 
Bliss, Bonnie Kay 
Bodily, Kathryn Ann 
Bott, Margaret Seely 
Brinton, Sharon Irene 



Brunson, Janet Hope 
Buckwalter, Ross M. 
Bullock, Kenneth G. 
Burgess, Kathie 
Burgon, Victoria Kaye 
Brims, Mitchel Anthony 
Bush, Richard David 
Bennett, Charles R. 



Carr, Catherine 
Carter, Lonnie James 
Cassell, Alan Egan 
Chadwick, Larry Earl 
Christensen, Berit E. 
Christensen, Clark G. 
Christensen, Iva Lou 
Brown, Suzanne 



Chudd, Frances Annette 
Clark, Jill 

Clark, Norman Dean 
Clark, Lucille 
Clifford, James B. ( Jr. 
Cooley, Virginia L. 
Bytheway, Gail 
Cameron, Bruce Garth 



Cunningham, Perry H. 
Dailies, Anna Vee 
Darling, Brenda Jo 
Davis, Eloise M. 
Davis, Rex Terry 
Denna, Cordell Lamar 
Christensen, Janice 
Christensen, Twila K. 

Ebbert, Susan Ellen 
Eyring, Sandra Sue 
Ferwerda, Gene Albert 
Fouschee, James Scott 
Gardner, Beth 
Gardner, Joan 
Crandall, Carolyn A. 
Crandall, Whilden 



SOPHOMORES 




Gomis, L in da 
Graham, Nancy Jane 
Grannis, Michael L. 
Hamilton, Lynda Ann 
Hansen, David Grant 
Hansen, Juantta Mae 
Hansen, Reva Lynettc 




Holt, Merene 
Houtz, Ladonna 
Howard, David Steven 
Hurlbet E. Jannae 
Jackson, Ann Sulvia 
Jackson, Bonnie Joan 
Donaldson, Kerry G. 
Dredge, Dianne 



Harris, Kay Ellen 
Hawkes, John Douglas 
Herron, Patricia Ann 
Hellewell, Karin F. 
Hoem, Nadine 
Hillman, Douglas Dale 
Hoghoughi, Mahmoud 
Holland, Glenna Marie 



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Harger, Robert E. 

Jackson, Robert B. 

Jenkins, Lynette 

Jeppsen, Linda Rae 

Johnson, Eleanor 

Johnson, Frances E. 

Jolley, Joan 

Judd, David Thomas 



Jones, Larein 

Jones, Nada Kathleen 

Jorgenson, Mary Alice 

Judd, Joan 

Keller, Myrna Lee 

Kelly, Larry Adrian 

Kilvington, Ruth Marie 

King, Norene Renee 



Kinnaird, Berenice 

Klein, Barbara Mary 

Kochevar, Edith Joann 

Knapp, Kenneth Lynn 

Knott, Richard John 

Lane, Willard Carlton 

Later, Lavonne C. 

Leavitt, Andrea J. 



Lloyd, Carol Ann 

Long, Linda Jane 

Low, F. Diane 

Lum, Show Cheong 

Lund, Leslie Diane 

Lunt, Mary Annette 

Lindberg, Paula Gay 

Lebaron, Gam Que 



Lyman, Olive Joan 

MacDonald James E. 

Macri, Robert Norman 

Mahony, Cecil Richard 

Malloy, Denise Louise 

Marchant, Ramona 

McClure, June Rose 

McGrath, Marilyn J. 



Merrell, Jeanne Lavon 

Merrill, Paul Dean 

McDonald, Carol Mae 

McKnight, Phillip S. 

McRae, Jean Frances 

Mickelsen, Jeanette 

Miller, Carilyn 

Miller, James Patrick 



Moon, Bradford 

Moulton, Vaughn K. 

Murdock, Karann 

Murphy, Carol Ann 

Neibaur, Ruth Jane 

Nelson, Janeal 

Newbold, Sherma 

Nyman, Nancy 



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Adams, David Michael 
Adamson, Janet Anne 
Anderson, Marva 
Averett, Ginger 
Baghoomiun, Ovanness 
Bagley, Lynette 
Baird, Lavonne Bonnie 
Barlow, Wilford Larry 



Barton, Billy Joe 
Burnett, Ivan M. 
Christiansen, Nancy E. 
Conrad, Chloe Jean 
Crane, Llona Dene 
Cunningham, Kady Cayle 
Dixon, Bvron Paul 
Eckfield,' Richard E. 



Frampton, Mary Lee 
Fisher, Jan Gordon 
Gale, Elaine Marie 
Gardner, Marilyn I. 
Gihnan, Anne L. 
Gilmore, Mary Ann 
Graham, Ruth Gayle 
Griffith, Dennis A. 



Hammond, Boyd Lewis 
Hansen, Joseph Michael 
Hassard, Norma Jean 
Hassell, Judy Ann 
Hauck, Charlotte Anne 
Hedeldn, Andrew 
Heiner, Jeanette E. 
Hendrix, John Carl 



Heselton, Doris Gerda 
Holt, Barbara 
Home, Manila 
Hyden, Holly 
Isaacson, Karen 
Jensen, Douglas Vance 
Johnson, Beth 
Johnson, Larry Lynn 

Jones, Jeniel A. 
Jordan, Gerald S. 
Knaus, Patricia Ann 
Kofford, Peggy Ann 
Lake, Ralph Bryant 
Large, Linda Harriet 
Leftwich, Mark Richard 
Loraine, Keith Edward 



McClellan Blaine S. 
McGrath, James John 
McKell, L\-nn Heber 
McMichael, Rupert Lee 
McMullin, Sharon Kay 
Melton, Mary Ann 
Menoskey, George Allen 
Messenger, Jane Ruth 




Miller, Donna Bemice 
Millet, Sandra Sue 
Mitton, Eileen Thorpe 
Nichols, Ann 
Nielsen, Cecil Daxlene 
Nielson, Ellen 
Nielson, Linda Lou 



Oakes, Jane 
Olson, James K. 
Oyler, Dee Edward 
Painton, Lawrence R. 
Pearson, Elizabeth Ann 
Peterson, Caroline G. 
Pettit, Marilyn Beth 
Pinkerton. Robert M. 



Poulsen, James E. 
Pulsipher, David C. 
Reed, Brenda 
Reeve, JoAnn 
Ricks, Bonnie 
Richardson, Bevan M. 
Bobbins, Gwen 
Rollins, Tracy Loraine 



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Rowley, Roger Park 

Schlutz, Susan Caye 

Seneca, Carolyn 

Shaw, Joan Hellen 

Slaughter, Janice C. 

Smith, Barbara Jean 

Smith, Harold Hatch, Jr. 

Smith, Sharon Jean 



Sorensen, Annette 

Spilker, Don Henry 

Steffen, Sharon Kay 

Stoddard, Mary Edith 

Stokes, Marilyn 

Stromberg, Dorothy J 

Taylor, Janice Rene 

Terry, Kaye 



Thomasson, Phillip W. 

Thorpe, Karen Lee 

Thueson, Neil Cooper 

Thurston, Richrad Jan 

Tobler, John Darwin 

Toland, Karl a 

Turk, Jeanne Ann 

Tuttle, Stewart D. 



Ursenbach, Patricia 

Van Dam, Norman Alan 

Van Wert, Michael Don 

Wagner, Tamara Jean 

Walker, Ronald Everett 

Walsh, Robert HI 

Wardle, Ilene 

Weimer, Janet Sue 



Westenskow, Allen Joie 

White, Judith Ann 

Whitehouse, Connie L. 

Whitmer,Lucille 

Whittle, William M. 

Widdison, Jeannie L. 

Wilson, Lorraine Kay 

Wilson, Marilynne Dee 



W illiam'; , Joye 

Williams, Virginia C. 

Wilsted, William Dean 

Wrathall, Donald 

Wrathall, Rosemary Ann 

Wright, Murry Jerome 

Wursten, Linda Ann 

Yates, Carol Lynette 



Yeates, Carolyn Bee 

Young, Eleanor Ah Lan 

Young, Gaylord Farrell 

Young, Marvin Dee 

Young, Nancy Ellen 

Youngblood, Loretta O. 

Zimmerman, Richard D. 

Zitzman, Lewis Henry 





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Adams, Sherrie R. 
Anderson, Eunice Diane 
Anderson, Jane Ellen 
Anderson, LaDell 
Aston, Elaine M. 
Baker, Jerald Eugene 
Ball, Orson W 
Ballard, Orlando D., Jr. 



Barlow, Gayle 
Barnard, Jeanne Kay 
Barney, Sue Ann 
Berger, Robert Keith 
Birrell, Sharon E. 
Blan, James W. 
Blaser, Fred Valoy 
Boulton, Russell Lynn 



Bourne, Sharron Diane 
Bowcut, Elna 
Brown, Orpha Ann 
Brown, Shirley Jeanne 
Burkhardt, Frederick W. 
Burt, Philip Bruce 
Callewaert, Monique F. 
Campbell, Carolyn 



Carlyle, Marty Lynn 
Castle, David Elliott 
Carusone, Karin J. 
Chipman, Kenyon Lynn 
Cottrell, Joanne 
Crawford, Gerald L. 
Davis, Karen June 
Dehaan, Dena Jo 



Denney, David E. 
Duncan, Lois 
Eastwood, Janet Louise 
Ekman, Nancy Lynne 
Faulkner, Bette L. 
Fisher, Anna Lee 
Forbis, Nancy 
Franz, William Burton 



French, Emma Louise 
Fullmer, Nedra S. 
Gardner, Roxane 
Garff, Suzanne 
Gerstel, Linda Esther 
Griggs, Charles W. 
Hall, Gayle Ann 
Hall, Marilyn 



Halterman, Lyla Joy 
Halverson, Richard A. 
Hanson, George W., Jr. 
Hart, Billy Thurman 
Haslam, Karen Lee 
Hatch, Wendell Calvin 
Haws, Estelle Kaye 
Henderson, Francis N. 



SOPHOMORES 




Herbert, Diaiine M. 
Hilton, Donna Jeanne 
Hunsakcr, Betty 
Hunt, Barbara Fleanor 
Jacobs, Jerald Richard 
Jenkins, Janet Karen 
Johnson, Boyd Ronald 
Jones, Dawn Andrent- 



Jones, Edward Tanner 
Jones, Patricia Lynn 
Karren, Claudia 
Kennedy, Karen Lee 
Kimball, Patricia 
Lamb, Keith Grant 
Landers, Darcia Lee 
Larsen, Marilyn 



Larsen, Sharcy Ann 
Leavitt, Laura Anne 
Lerwill, Lynn Mets 
Lindman, Diane Louise 
Lin^ren, Clifton Lamar 
Mackay, Jeanne 
Malmstrom, Edward Ray 
Malstrom, Karren Lea 



Martin, Stuart Reed 

MeBride, Sharon Dee 

McLachlan, Dennis C. 

McVey, JoAnn 

Mellor, Lawrence Hale 

Monson, Laurence C, III 

Mori, Shiro Floyd 

Morrison, Shirlee Anne 



Nelson, Mary Kathleen 

Nelson, William Ford 

Nuffer, Linda Jean 

Nyman, Nancy 

Olson, Maryann 

Packham, Carol 

Pierce, Linda Lee 

Pilling, Wayne Keith 



Pochurek, Gerald M. 

Prins, Anna Catharina 

Pritchett, Connie Jean 

Pugmire, Roy Lynn 

Rasmussen, Judith Ann 

Reed, Alan 

Payne, Vesta Louise 

Reed, Beverly Ann 



Reynolds, Harold N. 

Rich, David Edward 

Riley, Lyndell Louise 

Robinson, David Ivins 

Rogers, Helen Jo 

Rogers, Mary Kay 

Rohner, Verla Ann 

Roth, Barry Michael 



Rothermal, Ramona V. 

Sampson, Douglas C. 

Sanders, Walter R. 

Schlegel, Sherry Kay 

Schorr, Sonja Rae 

Sergei, Sue Ellen 

Sheen, Gordon Grant 

Shurtleff, Allan Ray 



Simmons, Carma Kay 

Singley, Eileen Dell 

Smith, Carolyn 

Smith, Dewitt Paul 

Smith, Kevan Foss 

Smith, Lawrence F. 

Smith, Sydney Sharon 

Smithson, Jennett 



Snow, Arsenath Ann 

Stanard, Retta Lynn 

Stewart, Carma 

Stokes, Ned Arthur 

Suiker, Julia G. 

Summerhays, Julia C. 

Swan, James Albert 

Swift, William Edward 






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Alky. Frank Thomas 
Baumgardner, Jay G. 
Benning, Michael W. 
Berrett, K.irLi Bee 
Bingham, Franklin D. 
Boyer, David Rees 
Bundock, Suzan Darlene 



Cain, Carolyn Louise 
Crandall. James Philip 
Crawford, Jacqueim 
Earl, Deanna Mae 
Egan, Sharon Lou 
Fowler, Kenneth George 
Fox, James Kent 
Gay, Farral Dee, Jr. 



Hendricks, Donna Lee 
Henrie, Torla 
Hess, Suzanne Muir 
Holcomb, Donald Marsh 
Holcomb, Merilee 
Holmes, Helen Patricia 
Jarman, Myma 
Jackson, Gloria Jean 



Jacobs, Jeniveve 
Johnson, Colleen Kay 
Jones, Brian Enk 
Jones, Dawn Andrene 
Jones, Robert Allen 
Keele, Thomas Nielson 
Kennelly, Joseph P. 
Layton, Lynette Call 



Leavitt, Laura Anne 
Lillvwhite, Joanne E. 
Mangan, John Freddie 
McCulley, Susan Carol 
Merrell, Vickie A. 
Mellor, JoAnn 
Morris, Roscoe Arthur 
Neff, Branson Gray 



Packard, Bernard E. 
Parks, Beverly Jo 
Patterson, Stephen W. 
Patterson, Susan Jane 
Pearson, Lennart Jon 
Peixoto, Izabel P. 
Pendleton, Bonnie Jane 
Peterson, Camille 



Peterson, Ralph Eugene 
Pierce, Patricia A. 
Pierpont William Dean 
Powell, Ronnie Jeanne 
Prevatt, Linda J. 
Prisby, Brice Ronnow 
Pugh, Ethel Ann 
Quinton, Karen Lee 



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Ramey, Shari Jayne 
Ray, Gary Norman 
Reid, Ceraldine 
Reinhart, Leon Howard 
Rice, Yvonne Ruth 
Richardson, Karen Lou 
Richardson, Karen Sue 



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Flies, Myma Joann 
Ripley, Claren Gay 
Roberts, Alberta C. 
Robertson, Lanila 
Robinson, Kae 
Robinson, Sharon Ann 
Rogers, Carolyn 



Rose, Jacquelvii M. 
RosfceUey, Chester M. 
Savage, Robert Anthony 
Sarver, Anthony Merle O. 
Schauer, Lois Ann 
Schroder, David F. 
Scott, Louise 
Seaman, Lynn Myrtle 



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Seibt, Raija Hcline 

Sergei, Sue Ellen 

Sheppard, Elizabeth H. 

Shumway, Charles R., Jr. 

Sicverts, Kathleen 

Static, Joseph Stephen 

Smith, Lavaun 

Smith, Raymond Lester 



Smith, Richard Claiii 

Sowers, Terry Ann 

Spaekman, Frederic D. 

Speierman, \V. Cliatelain 

Stander, Marvely 

Stanton, Janet 

Stapley, Joalyn 

Stapp, Marsha Ramona 



Starley, Grant Edwards 

Startin, Wesley Ralph 

Stephens, Donna Faye 

Stephens, Karol 

Stewart, Carol Linda 

Stoddard, Barbara C. 

Stott, Mary Lee 

Strong, Pamela Alice 



Stuck), Deanna 

Sumsion, Oneita B. 

Sundwall, Marjorie D. 

Talbot, Karen 

Tanner, Mary Ann 

Taylor, David Robert 

Taylor, Maxine W. 

Tenney, Loraine 



Thomas, Kay 

Thompson, Charles D. 

Thompson, Kay Carolyn 

Thompson, Roger Mark 

Tippets, Thelma 

Tolman, Karen 

Tolman, Linda Kay 

Toponce, Ivan Claire 



Tran, Chiem Thuc 

Trendler, Don Michael 

Tryon, Judith 

Turner, Roberta F. 

Tsang, Jupiter T. 

Tuckett, Linda 

Turley, Donald Leroy 

Ulibarri, Mary Alice 



Vance, Betty Jo 

Vogel, Rodney Arnold 

Wagstaff, Jane 

Wagstaff, Joan 

Wahlstrom, Sondra R. 

Walden, William Kent 

White, Norma Jones 

Ziser, Dee Ann 









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Allred, Melva Lee 
Anderson, Brenda 
Bcebe, Bonnie 
Baird, Robert Kay 
Barton, Kenna Kaye 
Bead, John Edgar 
Bell, Stewart Kamakea 
Bohi, Jan Edeen 



Burch, Sandra Marie 
Byrne, Leah Mary 
Caraway, Ann Louise 
Carter, Sandra 
Cheung, Stephen P. H. 
Christensen. Linda 
Collins, Lynn Ray 
Conover, Wilson L. 



Crow, Linda Arlene 
Cutler, Shirley Marie 
Cutler, Stanley John 
Daniels, Mary Janice 
Edgel, Ingrid Jeanne 
Farrell, Ralph Joseph 
Fitch, James Warren 
Franks, Maria Dee 



Gee, Geraldine Hope 
Gilbert, Ann 
Godwin, Douglas Craig 
Greer, Herbert Russell 
Hadley, Norma June 
Halter, Judie Francis 
Hanks, Delbert Robert 
Hansen, Trudy 



Harding, Katherine L. 
Hill, Judith K. 
Irvin, Betty Lois 
Jensen, Nyman 
Jeppsen, Nancy 
Johnson, Florence L. 
Jones, Carole Ann 
Jones, Marva Lynn 



Kennedy, Warren Kirt 
Kessinger, Melvin Earl 
Kilvington, Ruth Marie 
Kirkham, James Lott 
Knowlton, Patricia 
Kuria, Noah Njuguna 
Lee, Glenna Gail 
Lysager, Howard Lee 



Mannewitz, William B. 
Mason, Linda Rae 
Maughan, Elaine 
McPherson, Arthur A., J 
McMillan, Marylee 
McPherson, Lorna G. 
Morley, Harold Gary 
Morgan, Janice 



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Salti, Amer Omar 
Smith, Ronald V. 
Sego, Sharon Gaye ';■ 
Smith, Carolynn 
Smith, Monte Gene 
Sparks, Donna Tanner 
Stevens, Robert Lane 
Stuart, Patricia K. 



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Adams, Dixie Ann 

Anderson, Noriene 

Astwood, Lynne 

Bucon, Elaine 

Bishop, Dale Gordon 

Boyle, jeanecn May 

Bridges, Nancy Lee 

Buchanan, Rebecca 



Christensen, Douglas N. 

Christensen, Robert L. 

Clark, Larry L. 

Cragun, Jayne Ann 

Dearing, Joan 

Delaney, Kay EUen 

Edwards, Marilyn C. 

Elmer, Linda May 



Erickson, Bobby L. 

Evans, John Allen 

Everett, Ruth Ann 

Flake, Nena Mae 

Gibb, Max Gerald 

Gilbert, James Edward 

Hadley, Ilene 

Hales, Richard Harold 



Henry, Kenneth Duane 

Hess, Michael Orrin 

Hogdahl, Jeanette B. 

Huffaker, Ardath Kay 

Huntzinger, Linda Gail 

Ingles, Joseph Legrand 

Jarvis, Charles S. 

Jones, Colleen 



Kartchner, Gael Marie 

Lesueur, Elaine 

Luekenga, Vicki Lee 

McCann, Sharon Lynn 

McKinnon, Marlynn D. 

Pearson, Alve J. 

Pusey, John Richards 

White, Judith K. 



White, Richard Allen 

Wickman, Ronald Brent 

Wignall, Shari K. 

Wilcox, Diane 

Willcox, Donald Emery 

Williams, Lois 

Williams, William A. 

Wimmcr, Carol Gwen 



Willis, Margaret Carol 

Winterton, Joyce 

Wood, Richard Kenneth 

Wood, Walter Rex 

Woods, Ann Lavelle 

Woodburv, Sharon Lee 

Wootton, Dianne Kay 

Worlton, Frederick R. 



Votherspoon, Jennylea 

Wride, Judith Lynne 

Wrkle, Maureen Ann 

Wright, Mora Edith 

Wright, Lawrence Glenn 

Wright, Max Lorenzo 

Wudel, John Anthony 

Yaco, Richard Lee 

Yancey, SfiSron Lynne 

Yorgcsen, David Franz 

Young, Carol Lynne 






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President Jim Warner 



Vice President Ana Marie Nielson 




The major project of the junior class 
was the annual Junior Prom held in 
April. George Gobel performed for 
prom goers who danced to the "Appa- 
lachian Spring" theme. The class pre- 
sented an assembly and sponsored sev- 
eral parties during the year. 



JUNIORS HELD 
'APPALACHIAN' 
THEMED PROM 



The Junior Class Cabinet included Connie 
Gerrard, Pat Baker, Eugene Lambert, John 
Riding, Marvin Bell, and Janet Edmonds. 

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Anderson, Gloria J. 
Armstrong, Jay David 
Allen, Margo Elaine 
Baker, Lynn 
Barney, Jeanette Rae 
Bastian, Alma 
Benson, Marsha 
Bigler, Sylvia Marie 



Bills, Joyce Thelda 
Black, Renee 
Briggs, Beverly 
Brown, W. Claude 
Bullock, Karen Ann 
Bunjes, Marilyn E. 
Bushnell, Dixie 
Butler, Clinton Keat 



Callis, Garry Lee 
Carls ton, Paula 
Christensen, Evelyn 
Clapier, Lauralee 
Clark, Teresa Diane 
Cole, Michael Stanford 
Cowley, Wayne Dixon 
Craythom, Gary E. 



Criddle, Suzanne 
Cromar, Stanford E. 
Darland, Gloria F. 
Davis, James Anthony 
Daynes, Maralyn J. 
Dean, Virginia Jane 
Debenham, Marilyn D. 
Degener, Suzanne A, 



Dille, Leland John 
Done, Judith Ann 
Duckworth, Linda A. 
Dudley, Myma Jo 
Eckersley, Joann 
Elzinga, Frances Raone 
Enniss, Enid Mae 
Evans, Karen 



Fanner, Lois Johns 
Fambach, William A. 
Famsworth, Helen 
Fawns, Vivian 
Ferguson, Ronald D. 
Foster, Paula Olivia 
Fowers, Dwight Wilford 
Freeman, Kent V. 



Fresh, Patsy Marilyn 
Fugal, Sara Christine 
Gallagher, Jean Reeves 
Gardner, Robert Covey 
Gerlach, Regine Kaethe 
Gilbertson, Beverly J. 
Gibson, Janice 
Golding, Marvin C. 



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Gomez, Rudolph Louis 
Goodrich, Roger Evans 
Grigg, Billie Louise- 
Grant, Jean 
Gubler, Jerald Royce 
Haag, David Roy 
Hadley, Nora 
Hall, Karalee 



Hall, Linda 

Hancock, Carlene Jewel 

Hansen, Kent B. 

Harper, Patricia A. 

Harris, Merrill Dale 

Harris, Vema Ruth 

Hartsficld, Helen L. 

Hastings, Robert W. 



Hatch, Janet V. 

Hayes, Julianna 

Heigold, Kristine G. 

Heiner, Gary Lee 

Henderson, William W. 

Hepworth, Waldo E. 

Hermansen, Charles L. 

Hernandez, Eve Emily 



Heward, Loraine 

Kigbee, Rose Anne 

Higginson, Dorothy M. 

Hills, Frederick L. 

Holgate, Dot 

Holmes, James Conrad 

Holt, Ivan Karl 

Horrigan, Bonnie Lee 



Horrocks, Marva Mae 

Ho Shao Chung, Johnny 

Houston, Barbara Ann 

Hovik, Douglas L. 

Huber, Cherryl Joyce 

Huffman, Beverley June 

Hutchings, Janet E. 

Irvine, James Richard 



Itkonen, Raimo Juhani 

Ivins, Anthony Harold 

Jacobs, Judith Ann 

Jacobsen, Donna K. 

Jensen, George D. 

Jeppsen, Linda Gayle 

Jones, Cordia Erynne 

Jorgensen, Dan Charles 



Kenley, Lynn Garden 

Kimmel, Lynette F. 

Knudsen, Tony Clair 

Koford, Karen 

Kreuer, Maxine Crace 

Kull, Karen Sue 

Lai, Chandu 

Larson, Tanja Virginia 





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'. Lawson, Elsie M. 

dflieder, Donna May 

" Limburg, Val Evert 

Long, Dorothy Ellen 

Loughton, Linda Mae 

\ Loveless, Linda Ann 

Madsen, Darrcll H 

MattMin. William W. 

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M.iv, Vero'Tempest 

McArthur, Dale KYnt 

McNallv. In, hlli Marie 

Mc;Neill, Man, 

Miller. Jimmy Ray 

Milled. William Hemy 

Moss. James Arthur, jr. 

Myler, Krecl Arnold 



NulTis, Houalll Lt 

Qgbarn, Corwjn Lanier 

Olson. Ilene Jnyee 

Phillips,, Lhulajeji, 

Ross," Donna Aurilla 

Sclioles, Robert M. 

Slanjjerup, Signe M. 

Smith. Lela May 




365 




Abersold, Ruth Marie 
Ahmadi, Parviz 
AUdredge, Carol 
Alleman, Mary Jo 
Allen, M. Janeanne 
Ames, Terry Wendell 
Andrus, Antone Marlun 
Ash, Fredric Judd 



Ashard, Lyn 
Ashby, Tamara 
Atack, Rodney Merrill 
Attari, Hossein 
Axman, Klaus 
Bachman, Judith Ann 
Baker, Patricia Anne 
Banks, Douglas Wayne 



Barfuss, Dan Christian 
Barnes, Marlin Alma 
Barton, Warren A. 
Bates, Maxine Carolee 
Beckstead, Carol Kay 
Beckstead, Henry Chad 
Bee, Russell La Monte 
Bingham, Annette 



Bishop, Judith Anne 
Bloomfield, Hartley H. 
Bradshaw, Richard C. 
Bringhurst, Helga Ann 
Brough, Joanne M. 
Brown, Kareen 
Burgess, Betty 
Calapp, Sara Lorraine 



Cameron, Marlyn Jean 
Carter, Ronald Kenneth 
Chan, Cheuk 
Chick, Barbara Jean 
Church, Marilyn Young 
Connolly, Beverley J. 
Connors, Roger L. 
Cook, Robert E. 



Cooper, Avenna Gail 
Corbert, David D. 
Coulston, Lanny Eugene 
Crandall, Junell 
Cusick, Sharon Kaye 
Dahl, Marian 
Dalley, Jean 
Dunkley, James Leonard 



Dunn, Floyd Leroy 
Eardley, Linda E. 
Eaves, Linda L. 
Edmunds, Paul K. 
Emery, Ivan Earl 
Evans, Trudy Darlene 
Everton, Thomas 
Faucette, Kathleen 



Socialites selected to socialize in the friendly Family Living Center 






366 



Fischer, Judith M. 

Fish, Marilyn Louise 

Flamm, Linda 

Forsnes, Victor George 

Fortie, Jay Eldon 

Francis, Janis 

Franks, Allen Ccorge 

Frazier, Allan F. 



Fritzen, Achim 

Frost, Robert James 

Fullmer, Terry L. 

Gano, Barbara Jean 

Gardner, Maureen 

Gerrard, Constance Mae 

Gibson, Aldine Marie 

Gifford, Gertrude J. 



Gish, Melvin Paul 

Godfrey, Lorin Card 

Goodrich, Patricia 

Goodson, Raymond Lynn 

Goodwin, Richard D. 

Greding, Julie Anne 

Grimmett, Reggie Don 

Gritton, Diane 



Grover, Carol J. 

Grover, Connie Jean 

Hales, Hervin Leon 

Halford, Laura J. 

Hall, John F. 

Hall, Marshall B. 

Hancock, Karen Kay 

Hansen, Karen Beth 



Hardy, Irene 

Harley, Barbara Kay 

Haroldsen, James H. 

Hart, Victor Gary 

Hawkins, Jodene 

Hayes, Marilyn Carol 

Heinle, Sheila E. 

Hepworth, Amola 



Hoerr, Clara Margaret 

Hogge, Robert Melton 

Hokanson, Paul Miller 

Holbrook, Mary Lou 

Holden, Lee A. 

Holmes, Judy Ann 

Hughes, Sharon Ann 

Hull, Judith 



Humpherys, Alfred Glen 

Jackson, Earl Kenneth 

James, Marcia 

James, Vivian Joanne 

Jeffery, Rondo Nelden 

Jensen, Gary Oleen 

Jensen, Gordon Kay 

Jensen, Michael Keith 




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JUNIORS 



rlene Gaye 

nson, Charlotte J. 

nson, Judith Dagny 

Johnson, Sheila K. 

Johnson, Val Baker 

Jonassen, Solveig Joan 

Kaiser, Jacqueline Ann 

Kardouni, Zadeh Salch 



Keelcr, Karl F 

Kemm<rcr, Mary Lou 

Kennedy, John Haymond 

Kenmlly, Michael J. 

K'enni-y, Norma. Lorraine 

JKingsolver, Donald L. 

Koralewski, David W. 

Kump. Fcrrell Z 



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Laker, Dora Ann 

die, Arthur Robert 

Lcavitt, I. u Ann. i 

H|^e, Lorn a 

Liddle. Alfred S. 

Liddle, Joseph Doyle 

Litster, Allcn'E. 

Little, Loma Beth 








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Adams, Roger James 
Aki, John Malulani, Jr. 
Amnions, Frances Louise 
Andersen, Naomi Diane 
Andersen, Trevor T. 
Anderson, Joan Ellen 
Anderson, John Alfred 
Allred, Duane Owen 



Amoldsen, Shauna M. 
Bailey, DuWayne Cole 
Baldwin, Ronald L. 
Bartholomew, Heber 
Beasley, Floyd Earl 
Beck, Phyllis Delora 
Beecher, Marilyn 
Biddulph, Susan 



Bowen, Barbara Ann 
Bowen, Beverly 
Boyce, Jacqueline 
Boyle, Elver Simmons 
Boyle, John Thomas 
Broadbent, Lynda 
Brown, Jane Marie 
Browning, Marilyn J. 



Brownlee, Anita Kay 
Brownlee, Barbara G. 
Burkholder, Patricia E. 
Bumingham, Ralph Lynn 
Butler, Robert B. 
Bylund, Cyrus R. 
Calder, Janet 
Carter, Robert William 



Chowen, Ronald Lee 
Christensen, Kathryn 
Cook, Dorothy ReNee 
Cox, Vivian Jean 
Crandall, Linda Gaye 
Crowther, Maynard Ames 
DeMill, Gerald Wayne 
Doxey, John Rulon 



Duncan, Farrel Jean 
Dunford, John Parley 
Durkee, David Allen 
Edwards, Don LeRoy 
Famsworth, Jack H. 
Felshaw, David Devar 
Ferrel, Kent Bruce 
Ford, Evelyn Flora 



Forsha, Mona Lee 
Freeman, Lloyd Mason 
Goodlellow, Jay H. 
Graham, Nettie Ann 
Harris, Darlene Jean 
Haslam, Elaine 
Hatch, Edwin Burton 
Heilesen, Henry Eldon 




368 



Hill, Donald Gifford 

Hirsche, DeLynn Howard 

Hollingshead, Carol A. 

Howard, Robert S. 

Hunley, Michael 

Jacob, Priscilla 

Janetski, Jill 

Jensen, Barbara L. 



Johansen, Marilyn 

Johnson, Elizabeth D. 

Johnson, Sandra Olivia 

Jorgenson, Valerie Ann 

Kitchen, Fred Raymond 

Koralewski, Barbara S. 

Laub, Kurt Allison P. 

Lau Hang, Shan Abias M. 



Lee, Robert Thomas 

Lords, Alta True 

Loveless, Janis L. 

Lyon, Karen 

Matthews, Nola D. 

Mehr, Nancy Ann 

Merrill, Karole Lyn 

Muir, James, Jr. 



Munford, Ron Bedeque 

Mylroie, Victor L. 

Nealley, Nancy Irene 

Neek, Parviz Shayegi 

Nelson, David Milton 

Nelson, Glendon Neal 

Nelson, Roger Dean 

Oler, Ann 



Olson, Edward John 

Oman, Joyce 

Palmer, Douglas W. 

Parker, Kenneth R. 

Patchell, Ellen Sue 

Patterson, Huey Raphel 

Peterson, Mervin Dale 

Pierce, Ronald Lee 



Pincock, Kathryn 

Prince, Janet 

Pugh, Dilworth Leonard 

Pulsipher, Elva Jean 

Pulsipher, Vaughn L. 

Ralph, Elaine 

Reed, Sharon Joan 

Reeder, Dennis James 



Rice, James Edwin 

Ricks, Laree 

Roberts, Eldona 

Rosenlof, Elva W. 

Sami, Esfahani F. 

Sandstrom, Elward Eric 

Sargent, Dianne 

Sass, Donna Lee 




JUNIORS 



Sasser, Ileen 

Scanlon, Grace Ann 

■ J Schreder, Elaine L. 

Schroedter, Dorothy M. 

Shah, Ramesh C. 

Shupe, Larry Lee 

Slack, Linda 

Smeath, Mary Christine 



Smeath, Susan Gayte 

Smith, Forrest Clinton 

Smith, Karen Lee 

Spencer, Larry Thomas 

Stevens, Mary Ellen 

Stevens, Owen Tames 

Summers, Douglas V, 

Swennen, Jean Pierre ). 



S wen sen, Joyce 

Syndergaard, Christy C. 

Tagg, Howard R. 

Tanner, Robert William 

Taylor, Richard Call 

Thomas, Trina Rose 

Thomburgh, Karen 

Tourney, Leonard Don 









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Anderson, Jerome Gregg 
Anderson, Linda Jane 
Anderson, Sandra Joyce 
Anderton, Dorothy J. 
Angel, Ardis Lynn 
Azimzadeh, Hassan 
Ball, Elenora Doerr 
Balmforth, Ann 



Barton, John K. 
Baum, Leslie Ann 
Bell, Barbara Jean 
Bird, Thomas D., Jr. 
Brinkerhoff, Charles M. 
Brooks, Alice Louise 
Bryner, Carolyn 
Butschek, Helen E. 



Cameron, Colleen 
Chan, Pui Kwan P. 
Christensen, Douglas D. 
Coltrin, Howard K. 
Cook, Jerry C. 
Combs, Judy Kay 
Cottrell, Charee A. 
Crane, Kathleen 



Cressman, Terry H. 
Darling, Richard West 
Daw, Albert M. 
Day, William G. 
Dredge, Shelba Marilee 
DuPaix, Roger Owen 
Ebume, Norman Charles 
Edmunds, Margie Ann 



Edwards, George T. 
Evans, Sharon 
Fisher, Merrill W. 
Fisk, Neal Paul 
Foley, Julia Ann 
Gillespie, Frank H. 
Goldsmith, Linda Rae 
Groberg, Richard H. 



Gubler, Venice C. 
Hall, Connie Marie 
Hansen, Robert Lionel 
Hansen, Susan Laretta 
Hastings, Eldon Elmer 
Hogan, Gary Kay 
Howell, Ormond Eugene 
Hughes, Donald Louis 



Hutchinson, Nancy E. 
Kinyon, Patrick R. 
Lambert, Eugene S. 
Loomis, Joan 
Lomkin, Richard James 
Lundquist, John Milton 
Lunt, Roger Wayne 
Lunt, Willa Dian 




370 



Malila, Trja Maj Lis 

May, Doreen 

McCandless, Jean 

MeNaughton, MacCene 

Miller, Gerald Henry 

Morey, Ronald Lee 

Moyle, Joseph Austin 

Nielson, Lois 



Nielsen, Patricia D 

Nieminen, Kaisa M. 

Okawa, Kaith Marie 

Olpin, Noreen 

Olsen, Barbara Jean 

Otterstrom, Frank T. 

Pack, Russell T. 

Paiva, Oswaldo Ygnacio 



Plank, Ton Fredric 

Prude, Julianne 

Paulson, Jorald F. 

Powelson, Colleen Ruth 

Rasband, John Lynn 

Redd, Maris Josephine 

Reeves, Michael Jack 

Richards, Saundra J. 



Shah, Ramesh C. 

Sandberg, Kathleen M. 

Shaw, Rosalie 

Stephenson, Julia Ann 

Stuart, George Roger 

Sutherland, Joyce 

Tanner, W. Lynn 

Teela, Gerald Oliver 



Terry, Lynda 

Thompson, Paul David 

Treseder, Stephen C. 

Tuinei, Tauivi Manu 

Vance, John Richard 

Vance, Milo Scott 

Van Wagenen, Alan Kent 

Vella, J. Marian 



Wadham, Rex Alvon 

Walker, Elaine 

Walker, John Davies 

Walker, Maria Helen 

Ward, Sandra Lea 

Watabe, Masahisa 

Weber, Robert Michael 

Wells, Edward J. 



West, Lowell Shell 

Whatcott, Weston Elroy 

Wheeler, Melva Karen 

Whitaker, Kay 

White, Rama 

Whiting, Dick R. 

White, Gordon Clark 

Wight, Mark H. 



Wilberg, Carl Creed 

Wilcox, Marilyn 

Wilkes, Rae Ann 

Willbanks, Patricia L. 

Williams, Judith S. 

Williams, Sherlene 

Willis, Arch Jay 

.. Willis, Judith Kay 



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ilmoth. Jay Kathleen 

Wilson, Anita 

Wiacott, Kendra 

Wiseman, Shirley Ann 

Wok, Paul Louis 

Wood, Henry Carwin, Jr. 

Woodruff, Larry Donald 

Workman, Lee Alma 



Wright, George Gilbert 

Wright, Owen Drew 

Wright, William G. 

V>- >i flared Dee 

Zavodnik, Robert Louis 

Zaugg. Eleanor 

Zaugg, Karen Joy 

Zucco, Aileen Ruth 





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Ahlstrom, Clenda Lee 
Alldridge, Lillian Fae 
Amundsen, Sue Ellen 
Appleton, Ethel Yvonne 
Ashman, Sheryl 
Arnold, Joan Shirley 
Aydelotte, Loman F. 
Baker, William T. 



Bang, Sandra Rose 
Basinger, Gerald T. 
Beck, Nellie Mareene 
Beebe, Gerald Leroy 
Bergstedt, Einar W. 
Beutel, Elizabeth Jane 
Biornstad, Linda Rae 
Bosen, Barbara Lee 



Bryner, Judith Maurine 
Buckner, Bonnie Jean 
Burch, Kent William 
Burkholz, Karl T. Jr. 
Caldwell, Nada Ann 
Cannon, Christie 
Carlston, Judith L. 
Carlston, Kathleen J. 



Casperson, Donna Marie 
Cassell, Karen Lee 
Cheney, Judy A. 
Church, Robert Howard 
Cleverley, Vemal Lyle 
Cylde, Don Roger 
Corless, Carrie 
Criddle, Keith Ramon 



Curtis, Marilyn Lee 
Drager, Annette Louise 
Derouen, Lynda Ann 
Dunford, Thomas Jay 
Edwards, Jelaire 
Elder, Karen Rae 
Elvin, Berthene Joy 
Evans, Ruth 



Evans, Suejuana 
Evans, William Bruce 
Fiso, Avefua 
Fleming, Mary LaFaun 
Fronk, Robert David 
Furman, Mary Jean 
Gay, Marvin Lewis 
Gilham, Robert Charles 



Graham, Morris Angus 
Greslie, Patricia Ann 
Gustaveson, Verl J. 
Haghighi, Javad M. 
Hale, Carron, Ronald 
Hansen, Douglas David 
Harris, Paul Lavem 
Hasek, John Morton 



372 



Hedden, Patriciu May 

Heiner, Thane Irwin 

Hendrix, Shirleen 

Hill, Bonnie C. 

Hindmarsh, Douglas P. 

Hofheins, Janet 

Hollingworth, Brent E. 

Hulshoff, Deanne K. 



Hunter, Linda 

Jacobsen, Jeane F. 

James, Cecile 

Jarvis, Ronald Mack 

Jenson, Marilyn Dixie 

Jepsen, Terry C. 

Johnson, Janet Ann 

Jonkey, Marcia Gael 



Jordan, Billie Lee 

Jorgensen, Norman G. 

Judy, Dorothy 

Kent, Sharon Marie 

Kenyon, Robert Paul 

Klemm, David LeRov 

Kochevar, James Louis 

Larson, Byron Edmund 



Leigh, Arden Woolley 

Longmore, Lester Gary 

Lunt, Errol Dean 

Lunt, Susanne Nadine 

Mackay, Jerald Quentin 

May, Gar Custer 

Melendez, John Joseph 

Meseke, William Victor 



Miller, Carol Ann 

Montrose, Pamela Rose 

Mover, Myma Joan 

Mullet, Dianna Kae 

Nagano, June Natsuko 

Nelson, Sonja 

Oglesby, Linda Rae 

Olsen, Janis 



Olsen, Roger L. 

Paul, Charles Leo 

Payne, Kristin 

Perry, Dee Anne 

Peterson, Donna 

Peterson, Sharon Kay 

Pope, Dal Leroy 

Prince, James Cottam 



Quinn, Patricia Joan 

Rawlins, Clair Kenneth 

Richins, Dale Clarke 

Riding, John C. 

Robertson, Clinton B. 

Robinson, Donna Kay 

Russon, Lavell Dwayne 

Saleh, Fayek Khalil 




rg, Sandra Lynne 

~strom, Robert A. 

Schlappi, Larry R. 

Seholes, Mary M. 

Sellers, Linda Kay 

Shah, Devendra B. 

Shippen, Emmett Jay 

Silver, Gwendolyn R. 



Smittfc Larry Dei' 

Smith, Patricia R.ic 

Snyder, Phil Gordon 

Speckart, Philip S. 

Starr, Carol Phyllis 

Stevens. Marvin Brice 

'Stoddard, Darrell Jay 

Stokoe, Thomas A. 



Stromberg, Sueann 

Sommers, Carolyn 

iiorensen, Charles C 

Sylvester, Mnrqaret f. 

Taylor, Darrell Ross 

Tavlor' Jerald Lynn 

Taylor, Vicky Ann 

Thatcher, Richard W. 




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Alcom, Nolan Ray 
Alder, Janice Ruth 
Allen, Robert Francis 
Almond, Ray Mart el 
Ashcraft, Lawrence B. 
Bates, Laurel Jeanne 
Beckstead, Cloyde B. 
Bell, Freda Lou 



Billie, Donnes Yvonne 
Bingham, Michael L. 
Bo wen, Patrick Gale 
Buckley, Howard D. 
Clark, Robert Leslie 
Enstrom, Delia R. 
Jackson, Vivian Faye 
Lau, Daniel Richard 



Lewis, Marcellas W. 
Lo, David Kai Chiu 
Losmann, Jacque F. 
Lundgren, Loma De Ann 
Magleby. Joy Meliss 
Martinez, Mike, Sr. 
Maurer, Susan 
Mav, Dean Lowe 



McDougal, Connie Mae 
McKellar, John Alvin 
McLaughlin, Vicki A. 
McMahon, Eva Sharlene 
Meacham, John Arlen 
Meyers, Charles W. 
Michelson, Joan 
Miles, Paul L. 



Miller, Jean Marie 
Miner, Loa Ann 
Miner, Nadine 
Mitchell, James P. 
Mix, MargTet Sue 
Mohlman, Grant C. 
Morris, Janet Sue 
Muir, Sylvia Joan 

Reed, Kenneth Lee 
Neghabat. Farrokh 
Nielsen, Gloria Dawn 
Nielson, Anna Marie 
Noble, Carolvn Jean 
Noland, Sharlene 
Norris, Paul David, Jr. 
Olsen, Burton K. 



Packer, Bonnie Fem 
Pang, Lun Kee 
Parle, Rov Edwin 
Pearce, Chervl 
Pearson, Delbert Perry 
Peay, Lois Lodene 
Pennington, Gail Ann 
Petersen, Wayne Bryan 




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Peterson, Carl Kay 

Porter, Blaine Dell 

Poulson, Lynn Otto 

Preston, Donald Reed 

Quinton, Linda Gay 

Randall, Lloyd Otis 

Rasmussen, Ronald W. 

Ravsten, Curtis Earl 



Rawlings, Shirl J. 

Reese, Robert Ament 

Reiche, Bruce William 

Rev ill, Jackie Lee 

Rogers, Kenna C. 

Roma, Diane Teresa 

Ross, Drury Ernie 

Rowe, Lyle Keith 



Rudd, Larry D. 

Russell, Tamara N. 

Sampson, Bill 

Sampson, David Merrill 

Savage, Henry Carlyle 

Scott, Linda Lee 

Seely, Shauna Lou 

Shaffer, Blaine Leroy 



Shepherd, David R. 

Skousen, Owen Daniel 

Smith, Gerald James 

Smith, Graham Porter 

Smith, William Earl 

Snow, Alice 

Solomon, Phyllis 

Soo, Ari 



Sorensen, Randi 

Stocks, Mariorie E. 

Stone, Richard Lloyd 

Stringham, Nathaniel C. 

Swenson, Susan 

Syndergaard, Clair L. 

Solomon, Ned Billings 

Terry, Charles R. 



Terry, Shiela R. 

Tipton, Gary P. 

Thomander, Peggy Ann 

Thomas, Jerry Clinton 

Thompson, Gordon H. 

Tofavaha, Fine F. 

Toliver, Lynda Lee 

Tong, Man Chi Peter 



Toronto, Maria Ann 

Tribe, Patrick R. 

Tryon, James Robert 

Turner, Robert Bruce 

Twitchell, Noel E. 

Uehling, Edmund Victor 

Vamer, Clara Lynn 

Wagner, Barbara Joan 












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Malker, Sonoma Karen 

- L Mflamer, James William 

i Warthen, Jac La Juana 



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Watson, Gloria Jane 

Watts, Donald W. 

Weks, Margaret 

feston, Glenn Carroll 

White Marsha Arlenc 

Widdison, Gayle 

Wight, Lcnae 

Wilcox, Jerry Dean 

Willis. Kenton Wood 

Wilson. Jeril Brent 

Wilson. Tracy Revill 

Winegar, Gary H 



Wiseman. Barbara Kay 

Wiser, Joyce 

Witlwm. Vera Beth 

Wntthafl. Charlotte 

torignf»1Cirk Ludlow 

WnlFf,' John Clifton 

Young. Leonard DeWayne 

Young, Margaret Fidila 




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Adams, Raymond C. 
Barifeld, James Evans 
Berger, Terryl F. 
Borklund, Karin Marie 
Bridenstine, Carolyn 
Bryan, John Carver 
Cardell, Williams Wayn 
Chappell, Hildred 



Farns worth, Anne 
Flake, David Kay 
Forbes, Alexander 
Canowsky, Katherine 
Green, Lois Ann 
Haws, Larry Dee 
Hickish, Sharon Ruth 
Holgate, Grandon M. 



Jackson, Patricia 
Jensen, Helen Kay 
Jensen, Mary Kathleen 
Jensen, Maxine Ellen 
Johnson, Wallace Karl 
Jones, Judith Ann 
Karren, Clead B. 
Kelly, Robert Howard 



Lai, Kwok Wah 
Larson, Glade 
Louder, Sherry Hilda 
Mabey, Kent Lavar 
McAllister, Norman B. 
Memmott, Howard Kerk 
Moore, Raymond A. 
Nielson, Brent L. 



Parry, Judith 
Paskett, IUene 
Raven, Errol Jay 
Reeder, Rhea Kathleen 
Reid, Ruth 
Reimann, Edwin Kent 
Ross, Barbara Ellen 
Rowe, Kent Frank 



Sainsbury, Patricia A. 
Siddoway, Jean 
Smith, Howard Duane 
Smith, Lynn E. 
Snider, Sandra Jane 
Sparks, Constance E. 
Stevens, John Walter 
Stratton, Lorum H. 



Taylor, Barbara Lois 
Teuscher, Lynn Henry 
Thomas, Neal Merril 
Thomas, Sharon Naomi 
Todd, Jennie Lea 
Tuft, Donald B. 
Wagstaff, Brent D. 
Webb, Lola Marjorie 



West, Calvin William* 
'i ounstrora, William M. 




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376 




Secretary Marsha Smith 



President Scott Bergeson 



Vice President Janith Clifton 




SENIOR CLASS 
PROJECT GOAL: 
$2.5 MILLION 

The Senior Class of 1962 was engaged 
in the largest class project in B.Y.U. 
history. Through pledges and money 
which are to be collected over the fol- 
lowing 25 years, the class anticipated 
raising $2.5 million dollars for the school. 
Two parties and two assemblies were 
sponsored by the class. Graduation 
marked the trial of new commencement 
procedures emphasizing college and de- 
partmental participation. 

The Projects Committee of the Senior class 
consisted of Charles Jenkins, Loretta Johns, 
and Jeff Willis. Class senators were Richard 
Fuller, Sherrill Benzley, and Haws Marble. 

377 



. *, 





Kuykendall, Kathryn 
Art, Barstow, California 

Larsen, Steven Ivo 

Electrical Engineering, Orem, Utah 

Leonard, Louise Marie 

Homemaking Education, Bountiful, Utah 

Luckau, Linda Ruth 

Elementary Instruction, Salt Lake City, Utah 

Marble, Haws Alan 

History, Garland, Utah 



Martin, Karen 

Human Devel. and Family Rel., Riverside, California 

Matthews, Nola D. 

Music, Calgary, Alta., Canada 

McDonald, Jack W. 

Secondary Instruction, Kamas, Utah 

Mclntyre, Ronald Leon 
Journalism, Cedar City, Utah 

Meiners, Donis Grant 

Industrial Engineering, Provo, Utah 

Menzies, Charles M. 
Speech, Provo, Utah 

Merrill, Jeanne 

Secondary Instruction, Tucson, Arizona 

Mikkelsen, Jerry C. 

Industrial Management, Richland, Washington 

Miles, Melvin Henry 
Chemistry, St. George, Utah 

Moore, Barbara Jean 

Homemaking Education, Payson, Utah 

Morgan, John David 

Electrical Engineering, San Diego, California 

Motes, Nellie Brink 
Art, Orem, Utah 

Murray, Roberta Lue 

English, Albuquerque, New Mexico 

Myers, Emmett T., II 

Political Science, Burbank, California 

Nelson, Sherian Elaine 

Elementary Instruction 

Ness, Stanley J., Jr. 

Political Science, Hayward, California 

Nguyen, Tuan Thi 

Spanish, Provo, Utah 

Nielson, Barbara 

Human Devel. and Family Rel., Ephraim, Utah 

Nielsen, James Rue 
Mathematics, Ephraim, Utah 

Nielson, John R. 

Electrical Engineering, Menlo Park, California 

Nielsen, Julia Ann 
Music, Beaverton, Oregon 

Nichols, Kaye Page 
Pre-Medical, Sandy, Utah 

Nielson, Lawrence Glen 
Art, Ephraim, Utah 

Nielson, Ray Leon 

Elementary Instruction, Orem, Utah 

Nielson, Thomas Peter 
History, Huntington, Utah 






378 







Nordes, Kaye Lorraine 
Elementary Instruction, Anchorage, Alaska 

Nordes, Vaughn Edward 
Acounting, Anchorage, Alaska 

No well, James Irwin 
ical Engineering, Mendham, New Jersey 

O'Brien, Terry John 
Pre-Dental Fullerton, California 

Ogata, Mamoru 
is hi Gun Aom, Japan 




Economics, 



OHphant, Robert Toone 
Recreation, Orem, Utah 

Oliver, Katherine L. 
French, Rancho Cordova, California 

Olson, Jerri 
Instruction, Lakewood, California 

Olsen, Lea 
Instruction, Jerome, Idaho 

•k * Olsen, Merilee Joy 

itmctioo, Provo, Utah 




'Jn 






^■uensj 

G': ;i -r:aCoUege, Si 

D \ IRL 

VPa 

Suman^^rvel aH^^Hy Re] 



Mbensfcaw* Orchid Marie 
\ Salt Lake City, Utah 

Panattoni, Mary Ann 
' Rel., Galveston, Texas 

Ossaa, Michael 
Electrical Engineering, Sajfiias, California 

Overall, Cherry Gayle 
Elementary Instruction, Clifton, Arizona 

Oversby, Judilyn 
Elementary Instruction, Arcadia, California 



^Bistor 



Owen, Judith Marie 
tory, Oakland, California 

Pace, Bonnie 
Secondary Instruction, Price, Utah 

Palmer, Hazel Jeanette 
Secondary Instruction, Provo, Utah 

Pederson, Paul M. 

Spanish, Provo, Utah 

Pemberton, Jackson D. 

Physics, Tieton, Washington 

Peterson, Ida Ruth 
Spanish, Kingman, Arizona 

Powell, Lynn Kesler 

Electrical Engineering, Provo, Utah 

Raden, Dale Rogers 

Statistics, Pensacola, Florida 

Ralph, Judith 
Human Devel. and Family Rel., Ogden, Utah 

Rapier, Larry Del 
Industrial Management, Ducan, Arizona 



Rex, Katherine 
Human Devel. and Family Rel., Kennewick, Washington 

Richie, Alma Meservy 
Finance and Banking, Seattle Washington 

Rogers, Gerald D wight 

Art, Wichita, Kansas 

Romney, Beverly Ann 

Albuquerque, New Mexico 

Russell, Lacy Marie 
Elementary Instruction, Kamas, Utah 



Sager, Robert Alton 
Secondary Instruction, Vancouver, Washington 

Sanchez, Carlos Jorge 
Psychology, Lima, Peru 

Sant, George Richard 
Journalism, La Canada, California 

Sedgwick, Donald H. 
Economics, Riverside, California 

Smith, Delos C. 
Sociology, Long Beach, California 



Soleimani, Abbas 
Agronomy, Tehran, Iran 

Srewart, Charlotte L. 
Las Vegas, Nevada 

Strickland, James C. 
Animal Husbandry, Provo, Utah 

Terry, Carol Ann 

Zoology, Post Falls, Idaho 

Thomas, Darwin Lamar 

Human. Devel. and Family Rel., Santaquin, Utah 




379 








Albach, Dawne Belinda 

Art, Watsonville, 

Allen, Orin Dan 

Youth Leadership, Orem, Utah 

Allred, Doris jean 

Spanish, Washington, DC 

Aragon, Huraberto 

Business Management, Chihuahua, Mexico 

Bell, Robert Allan 

Secondary Instruction, Provo, 



n, Pro vo, Uji^^^P 1 



Benson, Winston Lowell 

Industrial Management, Blackfoot, Idaho 

Berrett, Lanette L. 

Elementary Instruction, Downey, California 

Blakemore, Susan E. 

Psychology, San Diego, California 

Brailsford, Jack W. 
Sociology, Las Vegas, Nevada 

Brinkerhoff, Kendell W. 

Agricultural Economics, Lovell, Wyoming 

Brinkerhoff, Marilyn B. 

Elementary Instruction, Provo, Utah 

Brown, Selma 

Homemaking Education, St Anthony, Idaho 

Brown, Thomas Kirby 

Economics, Pensacola, Florida 

Card, Kenlyn Lea 

Homemaking Education, Monrovia, California 

Casteleiro, Marion M. 

Elementary Instruction, New York, New York 

Chapin, Judith Anne 

Housing and Home Management, Menlo Park, Califora 

Childs, Howard Leroy 

Tool Design Tech., Carmichael, California 

Christiansen, Mardeen 

Homemaldng Education, Parkdale, Oregon 

Clark, Brent Nolan 

Economics, Washington, D.C. 

Cleavinger, Lois Ann 
English, Valley Falls, Kansas 

Clegg, Gordon Doyle 
Sociology, Henderson, Nevada 

Clifton, Janith Lois 

Elementary Instruction, Ogden, Utah 

Cummins, Charles C, Jr. 

Secondary Instruction, Jackson, Wyoming 

Dana, Carol Lynne 

Physical Education, Phoenix, Arizona 

Decker, William Clair 

Political Science, Puyallup, Washington 

Dickson, Jan 

Secondary Instruction, Morgan, Utah 

Dudley, James Floyd 
Physics, Cut Bank, Montana 

Durrant, Earlene 

Physical Education, Cheyenne, Wyoming 

Eames, Clarissa G. 

Elementary Instruction, Provo, Utah 

Engstrom, Donald E. 
Accounting, Cheyenne, Wyoming 



380 



Eyre, Elaine 

Human Devel. and Family Rel., Las Vegas, Nevada 

Fairbanks, Bert Lamarr 

Physical Education, Alberta, Canada 

Fife, A. Lynn 
Iffice Management, Grass Valley, California 

Ford, Patricia Rae 
Business Education, Reno, Nevada 

Greenwood, Val David 
Journalism, Sandy, Utah 

Grimes, John William 
Art, Lehi, Utah 

Guillot, David G. 
Chemistry, Hitchcock, Texas 

Gurden, Norma Dean 
Sociology, Shreveport, Louisiana 

Harris, Olive Wagner 
Science, Portland ,Oregon 

Hartsfield, Vicci Mae 
.lemenLary Instruction 




ff^ .t yijjcal S ciei 









L H#wkifls, Janice Mae 

fc'Iemtmutry !n -;<■ ■. ion, Shawnee, Oklahoma 

BBrynes, Theodore Elmer 
^Bstory, Albarta, Canada 

Heilnrf Sanford J. 
German,-.Baker, Oregon 

Helquist, Lamar J. 

Secondary Education, Blanding, Utah 

Hendrickson, Kathleen 

Elementary Instruction, Inglewood, California 

j^Higginson, John Dennis 
IndusEflal Education, Nampa, Idaho 

Hinckley, Linda 
Business Education, Preston, Idaho 

Hohlfeld, Barbel R. 
Secondary Education, Germany 

Honey, Bruce Alden 
Acounting, Hayward, California 

Hopkins, Thomas David 
Music Education, El Cerrito, California 



Homing, William Henry 
General, Albany, Oregon 

Huff, Gar>' Wayland 
Elementary Instruction, Spanish Fork, Utah 

Ivie, Alma Raeldon 
Electrical Engineering, Ogden, Utah 

Jackson, Myrtle 

Physical Education, Randolph, Utah 

James, Rex Lamar 

Electrical Engineering, Phoenix, Arizona 

Jensen, Jerry L. 
Medical Technology, Stanwood, Washington 

Jensen, Max A. 
Secondary Instruction, Deseret, Utah 

Johnson, Donald C. 

Industrial Education, Provo, Utah 

Johnson, Gilda Louise 

Elementary Instruction, Provo, Utah 

Jones, Sonja Anne 

Speech, Idaho Falls, Idaho 

Keown, Herald Duane 
Zoology, Cortez, Colorado 

Killpack, Weston F. 
Secondary Instruction, Provo, Utah 

Klinger, Linda Anne 

Music Education, Katispell, Montana 

Knapp, Clive Jay 

Business Management, Salt Lake City, Utah 

Knudsen, Benny Lavier 

Music Education, Provo, Utah 



Lambert, Judith I. 
Human Devel. and Family Rel., Provo, Utah 

Lank, Clifford Owen 
Economics, British Columbia, Canada 

Lesue, Jeremy Wayne 
Sociology, Tremonton, Utah 

Lewis, Vcnna M. 
Elmentary Instruction 

Lindsey, Ronald J. 
Recreation, Provo, Utah 




381 



SENIORS 




a « 






Baldauf, Elsie E, 
German, Delancey, New Y< 

Bateman, Lloyd Herbert 
History, Butte, Montana 

Beck, Jay Tyler 
History, Parker, Idaho 

Beecher, Vermoyne 

Secondary Instruction, Elba, Idaho 

Brown, Joseph Gumsey 



Animal Husbandry, 



Loy eU, W vmni^i^p' 



Bryner, Loren C., Jr, 

Economics, Provo, Utah 

Bush, Byron 

Business Management, Rexburg, Idaho 

Challburg, Norman Lee 

Pre-Medical, Citrus Height, California 

Clay, Dean C. 

Youth Leadership, Wichita, Kansas 

Corbett, James Michael 

Economics, Bellflower, California 



Cottle, Walter B. 
Economics, Norwalk, California 

Danielson, Zoe K. 

Homemaking Education, Provo, Utah 

Dunn, Heber G. 
Zoology, Provo, Utah 

Evans, Georgia Leath 

Recreation, Riverside, California 

Fisher, Jon Erwin Neff 

Secondary Instruction, Solona Beach, California 

Fuller, Richard C. 

Political Science, St. George, Utah 

Goodrich, Loye 
English, Sunset, Utah 

Hadden, Leonard Dahle 

Physics, Redondo Beach, California 

Hart, Ruth Gertrude 

Elementary Instruction, Grand Junction, Colorado 

Hatfield, Mary Lynne 
Sociology, San Mateo, California 

Hellewell, Forrest Lee 
Geography, Jerome, Idaho 

Higgins, Heather Ann 
English, Las Vegas, Nevada 

Hill, Annette Smith 

Homemaking Education, Provo, Utah 

Hill, Ray Lee 

Accounting, Provo, Utah 

Hippie, Nancy Larine 

Secondary Instruction, Dayton, Ohio 

Hood, Robert Wayne 
Economics, Napa, California 

Honda, Vernon Hiroshi 
Business Education, Provo, Utah 

Hunsaker, Vern A. 

General College, Alhambra, California 

Hunt, Robert Lee 

Finance and Banking, Belleville, Illinois 

Hutchings, Gayle 

Elementary Instruction, Riverton, Utah 



382 



Imlay, Dale Fenton 
Accounting, Boulder City, Nevada 

Jackson, Leah L. 
English, Midvale, Utah 

Jarman, Kent Cornell 
Business Management, Berkeley, California 

Jarvis, Burl Elmo 
ondary Instruction, St. Johns, Arizona 

Jams, Verona S. 

Jewell, Calvin William 
Industrial Education, Phoenix, Arizona 

Johnson, Geniel 
istorj^and Philosophy of Religion, Delta, Utah 
Johnson, Hugh L. 
Mechanical Drawing, Azusa, California 

Johnson, Mary Jean 
English, Grantsville, Utah 

•jorjjan, Dennis Alfred 
leasant Hill, California 




Kelly,¥aul Hamilton 
"cs, Blackfoot. Idaho 

Kelsey, Patricia Ann 
Salt Lafe City, Utah 



Cay Francis 
Provo, Utah 



Human Devel. and Familv 

Kirkman, John Calvin 
Accounting, Mount Airy, North Carolina 

Kland, George Edward 
Zoology, Provo, Utah 




Knighton, Ronald Lewis 
anting, Salt Lake City, Utah 

Koenig, Harold Martin 

Pre-Medical, Salinas, California 

Larson, Leon H. 

Chemical Engineering, Woodland, California 

Lavulo, Siosaia 
Art, Morgan, Utah 

Laney, Margaret Ann 
Art, Silver Springs, Maryland 

Lillywhite, Jay M. 
Secondary Instruction, Anaheim, California 

Lockhart, Donald E. 

Animal Husbandry, Provo, Utah 

Loftus, Lynn King 

Accounting, Provo, Utah 

Ludwig, William Heber 
Finance and Banking, Oasis, Wisconsin 

Madsen, Howard Kent 
Business Management, Rigby, Idaho 

Manfull, Jesse Dee 
Latin, Bountiful, Utah 

Matheson, Joan Ellen 

Psychology, Lincolnwood, Illinois 

McClaskey, Caldona M. 

Elementary Instruction, Washington, Pennsylvania 

McClure, Gerald Leland 
Accounting, Palmdale, California 

Meyer, Ferdinand J. 
Geology, Calgary, Alta., Canada 

Miner, Sally Lynn 
Sociology, Mountain View, California 

Mix, Merlen Earl 
French, Rupert, Idaho 

Monson, Marlene 
Speech, Glendale, California 

Nay, Devon R. 

Bacteriology, Sigurd, Utah 

Nielsen, Carol Jean 

Elementary Instruction, Glenwood Springs, Colorado 

Nielsen, Judith Hope 
Homemaking Education, Provo, Utah 

Nielsen, Sylvia Bel 
instruction, Cody, Wyoming 

Ninow, Cecil Dudley 
Accounting, Provo, Utah 

Price, Lloyd Davidson 
Accounting, Wales, Utah 

Price, Sandra E. 
Speech, Bessemer, Alaska 




383 





Ames, Stephen L. 
Accounting, Moroni, U 

Ashworth, Don Wilson 
Accounting, Las Vegas, Utah 

Capson, Eleanor 

Music Education, Arcadia, Utah 

Croft, Evelyn Mae 

Elementary Instruction, Provo, Utah 

Crompton, Don Walter 
Psychology, Ogden, Utah 



Daniels, Merlin Dean 

Industrial Education, Provo, Utah 

Davenport, Byron F. 

Finance and Banking, Provo, Utah 

Davenport, Larell J. 

Electrical Engineering, Idaho Falls, Idaho 

Davidson, David Amasa 
Accounting, Evanston, Wyoming 

Davies, David Leroi 

Physical Education, Provo, Utah 

Davis, Mary Katherine 

Music Education, Apopka, Florida 

Decker, Wayne Reeves 
Physics, Provo, Utah 

Dewitt, Dorothy Louise 
Archaeology, Jacksonville, Illinois 

Dixon, Glen Odell 
Accounting, Gooding, Idaho 

Domy, John Dennis 
Marketing, Burlingame, California 

Douglas, Dorothy M. 

Human Devel. and Family Rel., Sacramento, Califom 

Dowdle, Frances Ann 

Office Management, Ogden, Utah 

Dredge, David Ray 

Animal Husbandry, Malad, Idaho 

Earl, Arman Johnson 

French, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada 

Eddington, Agnes Ann 

Homemaking Education, Rupert, Idaho 

Edman, Richard Stark 

Electrical Engineering, Salem, Utah 

Edwards, Bemell J., Jr. 
Speech, Provo, Utah 

Greenhalgh, Wilbur O. 
Chemistry, Nephi, Utah 

Henderson, Larry Duane 
Physical Education, Ashton, Idaho 

Ipaktchian, Siroos 

Finance and Banking, Provo, Utah 

McBeth, Dennis B. 
Accounting, Payson, Utah 

Nelson, Sharon C. 

Human Devel. and Family Rel., Provo, Utah 

Russon, Jon Kimball 

Finance and Banking, Los Angeles, California 

Weaver, Margaret Jane 

Business Education, Schiller Park, Illinois 

Washbum, Judith 

English, Pasadena, California 



384 




Watt, Diane 
Elementary Instruction, Layton, Utah 

Watts, Blaine Harvey 
Music Education, Idaho Falls, Idaho 

Welker, Ralph Dean 
Secondary Instruction, Rexburg, Idaho 

Westbroek, Duane J. 
Accounting, Provo, Utah 

Westenskow, Judith Ann 
Instruction, LaGrande, Oregon 



Westring, Colleen 
an Devel. and Family Rel., Nephi, Utah 

Whitaker, Sharon Jo 
Business Education, Ogden, Utah 

White, Charlotte Lee 
Sociology, Fair Oaks, California 

White, Bonnie Yvonne 
Education, Long Beach, California 

^tafc White, Karen Rae 

^ * Jourf^HtSanta An*» California 



Whitehead, Christine 
Elemfl h.stru. *._:. ■tulS Vista, California 

Whiting, Kristine 
Sociology, Springville, Utah 

WhitmarADale Alan 
Eelectrical EngineeringjEharleston, Vfet Virginia 

^Whiting, Synda 
Clothing and Textiles, SpringvUle, Utah 

Williams, Myrla 
Elementary Instruction, Pleasant Grove, Utah 





Williams, Paul Allen 
ory, Spanish Fork, Utah 

Williams, Robert E. 
Spanish, Provo, Utah 

Wille, Ingrid 
Physical Education, Wahiawa, Hawaii 

Wilson, Robert Earl 
Industrial Education, Provo, Utah 

Wilkey, Sharon Lee 
Art, Piedmont, California 



Williams, Kay M. 
History, Provo, Utah 

Williams, Nancy Arnold 
Business Education, Provo, Utah 

Willis, Jeffrey H. 
General College, Cody, Wyoming 

Wilson, Enosa Iese 
Elementary Instruction, Provo, Utah 

Wilson, Ida F. 
Physical Education, Deweyville, Utah 

Wiltbank, Arvin Glen 
Secondary Instruction, Morenci, Arizona 

Wimmer, Phyllis Arlene 
Secondary Instruction, Duchesne, Utah 

Winfield, Robert Eli 
Elementary Instruction, Susquehanna, Pennsylvania 

Winters, Evan Burton 

Elementary Instruction, Afton, Wyoming 

Wistisen, Martin J. 

Mathematics, Bancroft, Idaho 

Wood, Kathleen 
Speech, Portland, Oregon 

Woodward, John Lowell 
Chemistry, Provo Utah 

Wright, Donald Lelland 
Psychology, Provo, Utah 

Wright, Wayne Morris 
Secondary Instruction, Provo, Utah 

Wright, Raeann Beulah 
Psychology, California City, California 

Wrigley, Marvin B. 
Business Administration, Bountiful, Utah 

Yank, Susan H. 

Music Education, Seattle, Washington 

Yates, Eleanor 

English, Salt Lake City, Utah 

Youngretm, Erwin Paul 
Speech, Provo, Utah 

Zurcher, Norma Jeanne 
Sociology, Boise, Idaho 




385 





Edwards, Marita B. 
Elementary Instruction, Pro! 

Eklund, Cynthia Ann 
Burbank, California 

Encarnaeion, Ernesto 

History, Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii 

England, Kaye 

Human Devel. & Family Rel., San Francisco, Califomi 

Erickson, David Kent 

Electrical Engineering, Pocatello, Idaho 









Erickson, Leroy B. 

Physical Education, Springville, Utah 

Eyring, Carohne L. 

Clothing and Textiles, Berkeley, California 

Fames, Kathryn 
Art, Bountiful, Utah 

Farrer, Walter Mark 
General College, Provo, Utah 

Farris, Robert Lee 
Sociology, Provo, Utah 



Ferguson, Carolee Ann 
Speech, Martinville, New Jersey 

Fife, Mary Ellen 

Elementary Instruction, New Orleans, Louisiana 

Firmage, Karen Marie 

English, Chatham, New Jersey 

Fitts, Joann Fannie 

Art, Salt Lake City, Utah 

Forsyth, Janiel 

Physical Education, Teasdale, Utah 

Frame, Jerold M. 

Physical Education, Cedar City, Utah 

Frazier, Gerald Allan 
Journalism, Springville, Utah 

Fuhriman, David Hyrum 
Accounting, Oakland, California 

Gibb, Geraldene Kay 

Human Devel. & Family Rel., Edmonton, Alta., Canad 

Gibbs, John Gene 
Accounting, Boise, Idaho 



Glenn, Lowell Marshall 
Political Science, Orem, Utah 

Green, Thomas H. 
Accounting, Albany, California 

Greenwood, Shirley Ann 
Speech, Sandy, Utah 

Godfrey, Willard H., Jr. 

Agricultural Economics, Denver, Colorado 

Green all, Charles E. 

Business Management, San Luis Obispo, California 



Griffith, Maralyn Edna 

Physical Education, Portland, Oregon 

Gurney, Kathleen L. 

Homemaking Education, Salina, Utah 

Hales, Ronald Bums 

Hispanic American Studies, Maywood, California 

Hall, Charles Brent 

Accounting, Carnation, Washington 

Halversen, Allen Kent 

Business Administration, Helper, Utah 






386 



Hancock, Boyd Wayne 
Music Education, Blackfoot, Idaho 

Hancock, Philip E. 
Sociology, BeUflower, California 

Hanks, Linda Fay 
Elementary Instruction, Spanish Fork, Utah 

Hansen, Bette Marilyn 
Bacteriology, Price, Utah 

Nelson, Coral 

Nohara, George Masao 
Business Management, Provo, Utah 

Norman, Gary Reeve 
Pre-DentaL Provo, Utah 

Oborn, Wilma Jean 
Recreation, Bountiful, Utah 

Ockey, Don Ray 
'JF* Secondary Instn 

•^tak^)|jerton, Carl Adams 
ary nervation phoenix, Arizona 



^•f* Secondary Instruction, Nephi, Utah 
* ^Secondary 



■Dkaw 



'kawa, Marion Sachiya 
ies, Hauula, Hawaii 

'lsen, Don Richard 
Physics, Orem, Utah 

Olspi, Tamara 




Elementary fctxuction, VygRton, Idaho 

Pack«^Thane Garron 
Geography, Provo, Utah 

Palmer, Jerald Leon 
Industrial Education, Shelley, Idaho 




Palmer, Norman James 
Mogy, Whittier, California 

Pearce, Corinne Winn 
Dramatic Arts, Los Angeles, California 

Peterson, Royal Edwin 

Accounting, Provo, Utah 

Pinkston, Carol Lynn 

Physical Education, North Hollwood, California 

Pobanz, Melvin E. 
Sociology, Ogden, Utah 

Pond, Carolyn 
Elementary Instruction, Salt Lake City, Utah 

Poutala, Karen Ann 
Elementary Instruction, Portland, Oregon 

Powell, Leon Angus 
Secondary Instruction, St. Helens, Oregon 

Pruett, Norman Alvin 
Accounting, Winslow, Arizona 

Quiroz, Arturo Lavorin 
Economics, Provo, Utah 

Rampton, James R. 
Business Management, Ogden, Utah 

Ream, Joan Dianne 
Clothing and Textiles, Dingle, Idaho 

Richards, Arnold L. 
Secondary Instruction, Oakley, Utah 

Rutledge, Craig H. 
Sociology, San Jose, California 

Slack, Morris Arthur 
Elementary Instruction, Cedar City, Utah 

Salari, Ahmad 
Geology, Teheran, Iran 

Sexton, Vicki Garland 
Music Education, Vallejo, California 

Walker, Royce Brent 
Chemistry, Pleasant Grove, Utah 
Powers, Sharon Lee 
Zoology, Boise, Idaho 
Wallwork, Patricia Ann 
Elementary Instruction, Redwood City, California 

Walker, Glenda Marlene 
Homemaking Education, Peoa, Utah 

Ward, Carolyn Fae 
Food and Nutrition, Boise, Idaho 

Ward, Patrcia Joan 
History, Provo, Utah 

Wamick, Gerald B. 
Accounting, Pasadena, California 

Watkins, M. Roxanne 
Human Devel. and Family Rel., Pasadena, California 










n 




387 






SENIORS 





ft £V1 




^ 



Acosta, Arthur David 
Bacteriology, Vallejo, Califoi 

Andersen, Cordell M. 

Secondary Instruction, Provo, Utah 

Arave, Ramon Vernon 

Elementary Instruction, Idaho Falls. Idaho 

Bahr, Howard Miner 

Socioloogy, Bismark, North Dakota 

Beck, Beth Q. 
Food and Nutrition 



Bentley, Robert F. 
Accounting, Provo, Utah 

Berry, Henry Hilbum 

Industrial Education, Provo, Utah 

Boone, James Louie 

Industrial Education, Boulder City, Nevada 

Brailsford, Jack W. 
Sociology, Las Vegas, Nevada 

Brown, Richard Kent 
Sociology, Annabella, Utah 

Clement, Sharilyn 

Homemakirig Education, Magna, Utah 

Cochran, Judith Rae 
Sociology, Omaha, Nebraska 

Cowley, James Maurice 
Physics, Billings, Montana 

Cramer, Charles Albert 

Industrial Education, Denver, Colorado 

Criddle, Donna Jean 

Elementary Instruction, St. Anthony, Idaho 

Cmkovie, Peter John 
Economics, Provo, Utah 

Crockett, Emest David 
Accounting, Orem, Utah 

Dayley, Bobby Gene 
Accounting, Burley, Idaho 

Devries, Leonora 

Elementary Instruction, San Bruno, California 

Dey, John Coyle, Jr. 

Zoology, Los Angeles, California 

Easter, Charlotte T. 
Economics, Roosevelt, New York 

Edwards, Carolyn Lee 
Psychology, Gold Hill, Oregon 

Egg, Theron Jay 
Psychology, Seattle, Washington 
Ely, Nathan Albert 
German, Springville, Utah 

Elzinga, Yvonne Kay 

Homemaking Education, Salt Lake City, Utah 

Empey, Nancy Jean 

Music Education, Las Vegas, Nevada 

Evans, Frances Waymire 
Homemaking Education 

Evans, Richard Wayne 

Industrial Education, Los Angeles, California 

Evans, Robert Kirkham 
Accounting, Arlington, Virginia 

Farnworth, Duane Clive 
Human Devel. and Family Rel. 



388 







Farnsworth, Rex Wayne 
Civil Engineering, Goleta, California 

Fietkau, Benjamin Reed 
Electrical Engineering, Springville, Utah 

Flint, Richard Allen 
Business Management, Bellflower, Illinois 

Frandsen, Janet N. 
entary Instruction, Idaho Falls, Idaho 

Freeman, Charles Henry 
\ Education, Salt Lake City, Utah 

Fronk, Robert David 
Ogden, Utah 

Gamette, Jay R. 
Economics, Orem, Utah 

Genta, Norman Errol 
Journalism, Rexburg, Idaho 

Gifford, Mervin Leroy 
Spanish, Springdale, Utah 

fc<* Gillette, Richard D. 
\rumaVPnsbanctry, jooele, Utah 

raham, Colleen Susan 

\Van Nuys, California 

Hacking, Colleen 

|bg, Vallejo. California 

Hales, jJseph Sloan 
German, Glendale, California 

Hales, Parley Boyd 
Economics, Springville, UtUah 

Hansen, Patsy Ann 
Homemaking Education, Payson, Utah 




Hatori, Donald K. 
Psychology, Aiea, Hawaii 

Henrie, Donald Kirk 
Civil Engineering, Las Vegas, Nevada 

Herrin, Curtis Lamar 
Business Management, Provo, Utah 

Hidley, John H. 
Pre-medical, Inglewood, California 

Holland, Vard Burton 
Physics, Rigby, Idaho 



Huffman, Constance 
Homemaking Education, Hawthorne, Nevada 

Jacobs, John Carroll 
Sociology, Van Nuys, California 

Jacobs, Karen Fern 
Elementary Instruction, Mt. Pleasant, Utah 

Jarvis, Harold Hunter 
Accounting, El Paso, Texas 

Jefferies, Lynn 
Speech, Grantsville, Utah 



Jenkins, Emron Talbot 
Business Management, Ogden, Utah 

Jenson, Nancy A. 
Homemaking Education, Glendora, California 

Jeppson, Marilyn 
Art, Riverside, California 

Johnson, Alton F. 
Agricultural Economics, Salt Lake City, Utah 

Johnson, Carolyn L. 
English, Tracy, California 



Johnson, Ray Forsstrom 
Business Education, Los Angeles, California 

Jones, Richard C. 
Animal Husbandry, Meridian, Idaho 

Jorgensen, Elmer Clay 

Psychology, Mt. Pleasant, Utah 

Knighton, Lennis M. 

Accounting, Salt Lake City, Utah 

Krause, Charles Lynn 
Rancho Cordova, California 

Michaelson, Earlene 
Homemaking Education, Van Nuys, California 

Moncur, Carolee 
Physical Education, Provo, Utah 

Moss, Gordon Ervin 
Pre-Medical, Ogden, Utah 

Roberts, James Warren 
Civil Engineering, Provo, Utah 

Roberts, Lucille Jane 
Sociology, Chicago, Illinois 




SENIORS 









Allen, Judy Dawn 

Food and Nutrition, Spring 

Anderson, John Lenard 

Business Management, Cedar City, Utah 

Ayers, Lonnie Douglas 
Psychology, Lewiston, Idaho 

Ballantyne, Melvin B. 

Finance and Banking, Nyssa, Oregon 

Bennett, Donald Marsh 
Finance and Banking 









Benzley, Sherrill Ann 

Elementary Instruction, Bakersfield, California 

Bigelow, Clarence A. 

Business Management, Provo, Utah 

Boyack, Maureen 

Elementary Instruction, Seattle Washington 

Brian, Pat Bemell 

Business Management, Loa, Utah 

Chamberlain, Frank W. 

Political Science, Salt Lake City, Utah 

Colby, Barbara Jean 

Business Education, Oceanside, California 

Cook, Jay H. 

Food and Nutrition, Salmon, Idaho 

Crockett, Kay 
Bacteriology, Pima, Arizona 

Davidson, Bonny Marie 

Homemaking Education, Los Angeles, California 

Dean, Michael Stanley 
English, Skokie, Illinois 

Durrant, Earlene 

Physical Education, Cheyenne, Wyoming 

Ferguson, Carolee Ann 
Speech, Martinsville, New Jersey 

Cardner^ Judith Karen 
El Centro, California 

Herrin, Curtis Lamar 

Business Management, Provo, Utah 

Hanks, Karen Colleen 
Recreation, Dayton, Ohio 






Havens, Leola Lavelle 

Elementary Education, Anaconda, Montana 

Link, Richard George 
Geology, Provo, Utah 

Lloyd, Earle Kingsley 

Business Management, Calgary, Alberta, Canada 

Lund, Lynn Elmo 

Business Management, North Hollywood, California 

MacDonald, Marcia S. 

Human Devel. and Family Rel., Fresno, California 



Markee, Judith Anne 

English, Sacramento, California 

Martin, Larry Lee 
History, Pasadena, California 

Peterson, Thelma Ann 

Human Devel. and Family Rel., Hyrum, Utah 

Pierson, Connie 

Elementary Instruction, Sandy, Utah 

Pihl, Karen Elizabeth 

Housing and Home Management 






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Piorkowski, Bernard A. 
Business Management, Perth Amboy, New Jersey 

Potter, Dwight Lowell 

! Physics, Provo, Utah 

Pulsipher, Linda Ruth 
Art, Los Angeles, California 
^^k Pyrah, Grant Lloyd 

■W^^ Secondary Instruction, Carey, Idaho 
Redford, Shirley 
•ffice Management, Bancroft, Idaho 
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Ries, Edward Emest 
Los Angeles, California 

Rindlisbaker, Kaye 
, Office Management, Bancroft, Idaho 

Rivers, Rubina G. 
Secon^Fy Instruction, San Carlos, California 

Roberts, Wilford Harry 
Spanish, Vernal, Utah 

fcfljhirrn, Clayne Wilcox 
momies. Dallas, Texas 



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Salisbui 
Political Scierral, Los Ani 



Roghaa* Linda Irene 
■remaking Education 

'owe, Sharron Jolyne 
Othello, Washington 

David G. 

California 



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Music Education, Raymond, Alberta, Canada 

Scanlon, Lee Edward 
Dramatic Arts, Ogden, Utah 



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Schaap, Kenneth Rene 
fanagement, Provo, Utah 

Schroath, Thomas 
Electrical Engineering, Detroit, Michigan 

Schrumpf, Beth 
Elementary Education, San Francisco, California 

Schult, Nancy Memmott 
Instruction, Fresno, California 

Scott, David Lamar 
Chemical Engineering, Hawthorne, California 



Scott, Norman Wayne 
Hispanic American Studies, Citrus Height, California 

Searle, Paul Kay 
Agricultural Economics, Springville, Utah 

Seely, Doyle G. 
Physical Education San Diego, California 

Seeley, Janet 
Eelemntary Instruction, Bluebell, Utah 

Senf , Jean Arden 
Speech, Los Angeles, California 

Sharp, Milton L. 
Dramatic Arts, Las Vegas, Nevada 

Shaw, Frances Karen 
Elementary Instruction, Oakland, California 

Shin, Paull Hobom 
Political Science, Salt Lake City, Utah 

Skousen, Kenneth W. 
Electrical Engineering, Mesa, Arizona 

Stocking, Royal J. 
Accounting, Murray, Utah 

Ursenbach, Jeanne 
Human Devel. and Family Rel., Auburn, California 

Wahlquist, Earl J. 
Physics, Othello, Washington 

Wanlass, Mary Joan 
Homemaking Education, Novato, California 

Wheadon, Peter Kay 
Economics, Richland, Washington 

Whitehead, Janice 
English, Indianapolis, Indiana 



Wilkerson, Lillie D. 
English, Columbia, South Carolina 

Wilson, Monte Dale 
Geology, Tok, Alaska 

Wingfield, Judith L. 
Sociology, Phoenix, Arizona 

Woodworth, Marsha D. 

Homemaking Education, Salt Lake City, Utah 

Worlton, Thomas Grover 

Physics, Blackfoot, Idaho 




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Adair, William Ivor 
Journalism, Moab, Utah 

Advani, Jotu M. 

Business Management, Bombay, India 

Anderson, Julia J. 

Business Education, Weiser, Idaho 

Anderson, Dellis M. 

Physical Education, Provo, Utah 

Anderson, Karel Ann 
Sociology, Spanish 



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Barton, David 

Physics, Salt Lake City, Utah 

Baker, Janet M. 

Elementary Instruction, Menlo Park, California 

Bamett, Gary Lew 
French, Provo, Utah 

Bean, Vem Ellis 

Physics, LaGrande, Oregon 

Bennett, Roger H. 

Mathematics, Carlsbad, New Mexico 



Benson, Rita Mildred 

Secondary Instruction, Medford, Oregon 

Berrett, Beraell W. 
English, Riverton, Utah 

Bennett, John David 

Political Science, Pomona, California 

Biddle, Gloria Gayle 

Business Education, Oakland, California 

Bird, Virginia Ellen 

Homemaking Education, Arlington, California 

Blackburn, Janice C. 

Human Devel. and Family Rel., Provo, Utah 

Boman, Wesley Ken- 
Secondary Instruction, Brigham City, Utah 

Bowers, Glen H. 

Secondary Instruction, Payson, Utah 

Brown, Joan Maxine 

Elementary Instruction, San Francisco, California 

Burton, Anthony Wayne 
History, Cleveland, Ohio 

Caldwell, Merlin D. 

Industrial Education, Cardston, Alberta, Canada 

Campbell, Alice 

Art, Los Angeles, California 

Candland, Robert Guy 

Electrical Engineering, Provo, Utah 

Cannon, Elizabeth Ann 
Sociology, Berkeley, California 

Carkulis, Peter T. 
Russian, Provo, Utah 



Carlsen, Dale Lamar 

Mechanical Engineering, San Dimas, California 

Cowan, Alex Park 

Business Management, North Hollywood, California 

Nissen, Shirley E. 
English, Idaho Falls, Idaho 

Crofts, Beverly Alicia 

Business Education, Menlo Park, California 

Dayley, Bobby Gene 
Accounting, Burley, Idaho 



392 




Dixon, Richard Edward 
Chemistry, Escondido, California 

Duplisea, Gerald Hugh 
Political Science, Marys vile, N. B., Canada 

Dyal, Sydney H. 
Latin, San Mateo, California 

Fuchigami, Harris T. 
ysical Education, Lanai City, Hawaii 

Fuller, Sharon Lee 
ptary Instruction, San Francisco, California 

Greenhalgh, Neil W. 
Mathematics, Nephi, Utah 

Gries, Edward Robert 
Speech, Grand Junction, Colorado 

Harris, Shauna Kaye 
Elementary Instruction, Provo, Utah 

Hartsfield, Donald R. 

* Ife5pJ^ ca ' Science, Provo, Utah 

BL**H*teh, Aaron Lenord 

Secondary Instruction, Clearfield, Utah 



BBPJa wkjns, Barbara Agnes 

Business Education, Tooele, Utah 

f Heath, Pearl Edna 
Human Devel. & Family ReL; San Bernardino, California 

Hill, wJam Morris 
Elementary Instructioai'Provo, Utah 

Hirtle, Judith Esther 
Medical Technology, Glendale, California 

Holmes, Irene Clare 
Human Devel. and Family Rel., San Luis Obispo, Calif. 

Hoopes, Francis V. 
Music EbjKation, Fairview, Wyoming 

Horstmeier, Heinz L. 
Mechanical Engineering, Provo, Utah 

Huntsman, Kent Hale 
Physical Education, Springfield, Utah 

Hyson, Jerry H. 
Business Management, Pomona, California 

Ingersoll, Kaye 
German, Modesto, California 



Odonnal, Beverly Kay 
Elementary Instruction, Chicago, Illinois 

Jensen, Shirl Elvin 
Business Management, Springfield, Utah 

Johnson Deverl H. 
Electrical Engineering, Redwood City, California 

Johnson, Phyllis 
Sociology, Tooele, Utah 

Johnson, Thomas S. 
History, Price, Utah 

Larsen, Sharon Roberta 
Elementary Instruction, La Grande, Oregon 

Laub, Raymond Myron 

Medical Technology, Enterprise, Utah 

Layton, Patricia 

English, Mesa, Arizona 

Lichfield, Paul Ralph 
Sociology, Ogden, Utah 

Lowry, George Allen 
Elementary Instruction, Castle Dale, Utah 






Madsen, Howard Kent 
Business Management, Rigby, Idaho 

McCoy, Ewles Marshall 
Spanish, Provo, Utah 

McCuan, Robert Eugene 
Accounting, Provo, Utah 

Mecham, Raphael Clive 
Psychology, Grand Junction, Colorado 

Muhlestein, Wayne Roy 
Secondary Instruction, Orem, Utah 



Murphy, Jo Ann 
Secondary Instruction, Idaho Falls, Idaho 

Nelson, Nylin Brent 
Elementary Instruction, Provo, Utah 

Nicholson, Carol Lee 
Recreation, Long Beach, California 

Olsen, Merilee Joy 
Elementary Instruction, Provo, Utah 

Paul, K. Lynn 
Physics, Fergus Falls, Minnesota 








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Barnes, Milton Dee 
Business Management, Levi 

Beck, Sherman Andrew 

Political Science, Centerfield, Utah 

Brown, Wvn De Alton 
Art, Clearfield, Utah 

Camarillo, Gloria Jean 

Homemaking Education, Monterey Park, California 

Conover, Martin W. 

Business Management, Springville, 




Crandall, Linda Dianne „ 

Human Devel. and Family Rel., Safford, Arizona 

Duggan, James Russell 

Political Science, Long Beach, California 

Fife, Suzanne E. 

Human Devel. and Family Rel., Berkeley, California 

Garbe, Douglas Gordon 
Secondary Instruction, Manti, Utah 

Hall, George Merrill 
Geography, Provo, Utah 

Hanson, James Grant 

Secondary Instruction, Provo, Utah 

Harris, Floyd 

Pre-Medical, Magrath, Alberta, Canada 

Hayes, Emmett R. 

Secondary Instruction, South Gate, California 

Heiner, Roselyn Lael 

Homemaking Education, Phoenix, Arizona 

Hibbert, Janet Rae 

Physical Education, La Grande, Oregon 

Hirst, Janis Ellen 

Art, North Sacramento, California 

Hogge, Richard Hilton 
Spanish, Clarksburg, California 

Holtom, Steve E. 

Physical Education, Idaho Falls, Idaho 

Hoogendoom, Paula 

Elementary Instruction, Sacramento, California 

Horrocks, R. Dwain 

Agronomy, Durango, Colorado 

Hunter, Patricia Jean 

Elementary Instruction, El Paso, Texas 

Hyllested, Flemming D. 

Business Management, Reseda, California 

Jenkins, Lawrence W. 

Political Science, Pendleton, Oregon 

Jensen, Gayle Alene 

Elementary Instruction, Midvale, Utah 

Jensen, Linda H. 

Elementary Instruction, Squirrel, Idaho 

Johnson, Carolyn E. 

Elementary Instruction, Atherton, California 

Johnson, Connie 

Elementary Instruction, Preston, Idaho 

Johnston, Diana 

Instruction, Van Nuys, California 

Jolley, Joy Ann 

Elementary Instruction, Orem, Utah 

Jost, Marguerite 
French. Kankakee, Illinois 



394 



Kelson, Jed Lolan 
Accounting, Provo, Utah 

Kevin, Betty Patricia 
^Elementary Instruction, Newport Beach, California 

Kimball, Griffith Lyn 
Chemistry, Draper, Utah 

Kitras, Zissis C. 
French, Provo, Utah 

Lake, Katherine Taylor 
ementary Instruction, Provo, Utah 




Larson, Connie Beth 
English, Denver, Colorado 

Lawson, Jon Keith 
Sociology, Hawthorne, California 

Lefaivre, Sharon Kay 

Office Management, West Covina, California 

I ^^> Luke, Marsha Lynne 

i^Mkdaen, Margaret Anne 
Element 



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McEwan, Beth 
kSalt Lake City, Utah 

* Millet, Edward M. 
Russian, Provo, Utah 

, Monaghanrihomas P. 
TPhysics, Eo^Hand, Oregon 

Munch, Carolyn Lee 
Mathematics, San Bernardino, California 

Norton, Richard L. 
Mechanical Engineering, Ogden, Utah 






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Orchard, Cecil C. 
Instruction, Orem, Utah 

Pace, Ralph E. 
Accounting, Provo, Utah 

Paxton, Thornton S. 
Electrical Engineering, Santa Rosa, California 

Payne, Robert L. 
Secondary Instruction, Blanding, Utah 

Pefley, Donna Jean 
English, Provo, Utah 



Pennington, Charles D. 
Business Management, Athens, Texas 

Perkins, J. Wayne 
Animal Husbandry, San Ysidro, California 

Perry, John Bingham 

Perry, Vemean B. 
Elementary Instruciton, Provo, Utah 

Petersen, Alma P. 
Business Education, Delta, Utah 



Peterson, Douglas E. 
Business Management, Salt Lake City, Utah 

Pope, Karl Theodore 
Speech, Provo, Utah 

Proksch, Jospeh Albert 
Business Management, Salmon, Idaho 

Pulley, Carole Lynn 

Raniala, Ritva Marita 
Art, Provo, Utah 

Reed, Mitchel Louis 
English, Provo, Utah 

Reese, Nedra Watkins 
Elementary Instruction, Orem, Utah 

Robinson, Peggy Hazel 
Secondary Instruction, Owingsville, Kentucky 

Russon, William H. 
Physical Education, Provo, Utah 

Sir, Suleyman 
Electrical Engineering, Ankora, Turkey 

Smoot, Linda Alpha M. 
French, Provo, Utah 

Soderberg, Ulrika B. 
German, Visby, Sweden 

Stewart, Glenn Willard 
Physics, Las Vegas, Nevada 

Stewart, Kathleen 
Elementary Instruction, Fort Collins, Colorado 

Stotts, Richard Leo 
Drafting, Pittsburg, Texas 




395 



SENIORS 





Andra, Ross Leslie 
Speech, Preston, Idaho 

Bean, Linda L. 

Medical Technology, LaGrande, Oregon 

Birch, Gamet Elmer 

Political Science, Taber, Alberta, Canada 

Blomquist, Lois Ann 

Elementary Instruction, Hawthorne, California 



Buck, Penny Joyce 

Human Devel. and Family Rel.. Othellc 


H^l/ashington 


Clark, John L. 

History, Grantsville, Utah 




Corbett, Robert Leroy 
Zoology, Orem, Utah 


Curtis, Jeneal 

Business Education, Payson, Utah 




Erickson, David Warren 
Spanish, Portland, Oregon 




Godard, Gerald Eugene 
Political Science, Provo, Utah 





Griffith, Larry N. 

Secondary Instruction, San Diego, California 

Hatch, Sylvia 

Food and Nutrition, New York City, New York 

Harris, Donna Rae 

English, Battle Creek, Michigan 

Haws, Polly Anna 

Elementary Instruction, Vernal, Utah 

Heelis, Bonnie Gayle 

Political Science, Santaquin, Utah 

Hendrickson, David O. 
Pre-Dental, Ogden, Utah 

Hinich, Dianne 
Elementary Instruction 

Hoehndorf, Wilhelm F. 

Political Science, Alamogordo, New Mexico 

Holdaway, Dennis Leo 

Electrical Engineering, Deweyville, Utah 

Hollis, Almy 

Music Education, Fillmore, Utah 



Hone, George Lee 

Electrical Engineering, Springville, Utah 

Hopkin, James Mark 
Zoology, Woodruff, Utah 

Hubbell, Richard Speer 

Business Management, Hinsdale, Illinois 

Hutchings, Edward Kent 

Secondary Instruction, Salt Lake City, Utah 

Jackman, Karolyn Jane 
English, Chandler, Arizona 



Jensen, Gary L. 

Entomology, Sacramento, California 

Jensen, Joanne Best 

Human Devel. and Family Rel., Provo, Utah 

Johnson, Alice Beth 
Sociology, Chihuahua, Mexico 

Johnson, Judy Lynn 

Elementary Instruction, Los Angeles, California 

Jones, Karen Lee 

Elementary Instruction, Las Vegas, Nevada 



396 




Johnson, Car] Mauritz 
Statistics, Berkeley, California 

Johnson, Janice Ann 
Elementary Instruction, Ogden, Utah 

Julander, Donald B. 
Botany, Provo, Utah 

Kieffer, Bonnie Bell 
Art, Hawthorne, California 

Kinchloe, Balph Ted, Jr. 
Zoology, Provo, Utah 



Kovalenko, Virgil Nicholas 
Spanish, Riverside, California 

Larsen, Nathan Reed 
C^fice Management, Salt Lake City, Utah 

Laudie, Drew Truman, Jr. 
Pfl^sical Education, Prairie Vill, Kansas 

,^^ Lebaron, Sally Sue 

Elementary Instruction, Mesa, Arizona 

'^Lepore, Herbert 
ong Beaah, California 



J_,est§r, Andrea V. 
Col ton, California 

Levar, Lurlene Joy 
ition, Tavaxes, Florida 

Lewis, Jo#ph Marvin 
Animal Husbandry, jtfidland, Utah 

Lewis, Robert Norman 
Accounting, Grass Valley, California 

Lewis, Steven Z. 
Accounting, Rexburg, Idaho 







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Lewis, William Cris, Jr. 
Economics, Chicago, Illinois 

Light, Marjorie 
Physical Education, Colusa, California 

Likes, Ivan Leroy 
Acounting, Moab, Utah 

Lima, Marilynne F. 
Spanish, Salt Lake City, Utah 

Luke, Marcia Jane 
Elementary Instruction, Bakersfield, California 

Lutz, Nolan J. 
Industrial Education, Ogden, Utah 

Lynn, Jerry Wilder 
Agricultural Economics, Garland, Wyoming 

Malmstrom, Deanne 
Office Management, La Mesa, California 

Marks, Sharon Lee 
Dramatic Arts, Pine Bluff, Arkansas 

Martineau, Mary Louise 
Journalism, Redding, California 



McAllister, Marsali 
Homemaking Education, Ogden, Utah 

Phillips, Carolyn Sue 
Human Devel. and Family Rel., Provo, Utah 

McCulIoch, Gerald Ross 
Receration, Las Vegas, Nevada 

McCune, Karen 
Physical Education, Fillmore, Utah 

McDonald, Elinor Peace 
Art, Scarsdale, New York 

McMullin, Sammajane 
Clothing and Textiles, Arcadia, California 

Medley, Kathryn Marie 
Physical Education, Murray, Utah 

Meade, John B. 
Mathematics, Layton, Utah 

Merrill, Marilyn Kay 
Elementary Instruction, Salt Lake City, Utah 

Meyer, John Jerome 
Mathematics, Anaheim, California 

Miller, Judith L. 

English, Albuquerque, New Mexico 

Miller, Neil Kay 
Accounting, Lehi, Utah 

Miller, Thomas Lynn 
Mathematics, Stockton, California 

Millet, Lorin Edward 
Physics, Rigby, Idaho 

Mitton, Wallace Reid 
Business Management, Albany, Oregon 




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Gano, Joanne Nellie 

Elementary Instruction, Keosaqua, Iowa 

Atkinson, John Horace 

Business Management, Dearborn, Michigan 

Avery, David Franklin 
Zoology, Stony Point, New York 

Bailey, Robert Walter 
Psychology, Burley, Idaho 

Bain, Darlene B. 

Sociology, Salt Lake City, Utah 

Bain, Janet Louise 

Food and Nutrition, San Francisco, California 

Bak, Edmund Jesse 
Psychology, Felton, Delaware 

Baker, Virginia Loree 
Psychology, Phoenix, Arizona 

Bale, Roger Guvmon 

Political Science, Chula Vista, California 

Ballif, Bonnie Lauris 

Elementary Instruction, Provo, Utah 

Banner, Earl J. 
Economics, Declo, Idaho 

Bardin, Bettv Ann 

Art, Arlington, California 

Barnhill, Lila Ann 
Speech, Provo, Utah 

Barnett, Leland Bruce 
Zoology, Fontana, California 

Barton, Diana Jane 

Elementary Instruction, Burbank, California 

Batchler, Jack William 
Zoology, Alberta, Canada 

Bean, James Hayward 
Accounting, Provo, Utah 

Beatse, James C, Jr. 

Political Science, Augusta, Georgia 

Behling, Dorothy L. 
Speech, Laie Oahu, Hawaii 

Benson, Karen E. 

Elementary Instruction, Rexburg, Idaho 



398 



Bentley, Mary Carolyn 
Elementary Instruction, West Covina, California 

Bergeson, Scott 
Political Science, Cornish, Utah 



Bird, Bruce Burton 
Sociology, Los Angeles, California 

Bird, Vernon Kay 
Music, Idaho, Falls, Idaho 



^^ 1^ Birkeland, Nancy Joyce 

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Bonham, Beverly Jean 
San Gabriel, California 



Psychology 

Boulton, Lloyd D„ Jr. 
Accounting, Copperton, Utah 

Bourne, Marcia Lee 
Spanish, La Mesa, California 

Bower, Dahnellc 
iciology, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 

^Bfiwen, Nancy Marie 
>eecn, Mcpill, Nevada 

Bowman Larry Frank 
Lava Springs, Idaho 

aunberger, Floyd B. 
ruction, Ogden, Utah 

Bradbutw Dixie Gay 
Elementary Instruction BellinghairtnVashington 

ratsch, Charlotte 
English, ProvoJ Utah 

Britsch, Todd Adam 
Political Science, Provo, Utah 







Brown, Barbara Jean 
hology, Portland, Oregon 

Browning, Jerry Vaughn 
Business Management, Lorenzo, Idaho 

Burt, Martha Jane 
Human Devel. and Family Rel., Provo, Utah 

Burton, John Richard 
Economics, Portland, Oregon 

Bush, Lonna 
Office Management, Denver, Colorado 

Bushman, Boyd B. 
Physics, Show Low, Arizona 

Busk, Neal P. 
Secondary Instruction, Elsinore, Utah 

Butler, Ruth 
Health Education and Safety, Jerome, Idaho 

Butler, Vera 
Elementary Instruction, Kamas, Utah 

Butters, Barbara 
Physical Education, Salt Lake City, Utah 

Bybee, Klair Nalder 
Dramatic Arts, Bell, California 

Calvert, Terry Brant 
Business Management, Provo, Utah 

Campbell, David F. 
Dramatic Arts, Portland, Oregon 

Campbell, Jack Dempsey 
Secondary Instruction, Pikeville, Kentucky 

Carlisle, Carolyn C. 
Business Education, Sherman Oaks, California 

Carlston, Jill 
Food and Nutrition, Arlington, Virginia 

Carson, Carolyn 
Elementary Instruction, Fairfield, Utah 

Champney, Enid Arlene 
Elementary Instruction, Alberta, Canada 

Childs, Marvin Howard 
Secondary Instruction, Reno, Nevada 

Christley, Marietta 
Housing and Home Management, Salem, Virginia 

Christensen, Christian 
Speech, Rexburg, Idaho 

Clark, Lynne 
Sociology, Pasadena, California 

Clark, Roberta Booth 
Elementary Instruction, Provo, Utah 

Clark, Terry Eldon 
Business Management, Provo, Utah 

Cluff, Chester Reed 
Accounting, Salt Lake City, Utah 




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Pendlebury, Sharon L. 
Elementary Instruction, Bll 

Peterson, Clyde Owen 

Electrical Engineering, Littlefield, Arizona 

Peterson, Dennis E. 
Zoology, Provo, Utah 

Peterson, Leroy C. 

Secondary Instruction, Muskogee, Oklahoma 

Pierson, Patricia 

English, Burbank, California 



Randall, Donna Lea 

Elementary Instruction, Coachefla, California 

Redd, Tonya 

Homemaking Education, Montieello, Utah 

Rees, Richard Wayne 

Business Management, Salt Lake City, Utah 

Robison, Clyda Joan 

Homemaking Education, Salt Lake City, Utah 

Rigby, Hal B. 

Electrical Engineering, Kaysville, Utah 

Schill, Ruder 

Chemistry, Chihuahua, Mexico 

Schofield, M. Rosalie 

Clothing and Textiles, Spring City. Utah 

Smith, Marcia Louise 
German, Salt Lake City. Utah 

Snow, Orlo Lealand 

Business Management, Orem, Utah 

Shell, Judy Ray 

Business Management, Long Beach, California 

Short, Valrie Jean 

Human Devel. and Family Rel., Provo, Utah 

Sindorf, Jay Ross 

Sociology, San Bruno, California 

Six, Gerald Leonard 

Accounting, Burton, West Virginia 

Skidmore, Linda Jane 

Homemaking Education, Walnut Creek, California 

Slack, Robert A. 

Secondary Instruction, Cedar City, Utah 

Slade, Larry Malcolm 

Animal Husbandry, Redmesa, Colorado 

Slater, Gail Lenore 

Sociology, Ann Arbor, Michigan 

Smith, Craig Richards 
Physics, Springville, Utah 

Smith, George David 

Business Management, Globe, Arizona 

Watterson, Judith 
Speech, Sandy, Utah 

Smith, Mark Morris 

Business Management, Orem, Utah 

Smith, Patricia Anne 

Physical Education, Salt Lake City, Utah 

Smith, Rosemary F. 

Music Education, Provo, Utah 

Smith, Norman Fackrell 
English, Preston, Idaho 

Smuck, Sandra E. 

Business Education, Yuma, Arizona 






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Soha, Victoria Ruth 
Journalism, Great Falls, Montana 

Southwell, William H. 
Physics, Lyman, Nebraska 

Speas, James Clark 
Art, Richmond, Virginia 

Sperry, Morrissa C. 
English, Provo, Utah 

Staats, Richard C. 
Journalism, La Habra, California 



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Stephenson, Paul James 
Accounting, Nampa, Idaho 

Stevens, Mont Johnson 
• Mechanical Engineering, Holden, Utah 

Stevenson, Noel Edward 
^ Spanish, Wasco, California 

Stevenson, Ray Melvin 
Instruction, Alberta, Canada 

_ Stallings, John H. 
<nft City, Oklahoma 



Chemical '"En gin* 



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Stevensqp, William C. 
i&ion, Provo, Utah 

Stoker, Jimmie B. 
ction, Nyssa, Oregon 

Storrs, fceith Larry 

Political Sci$$ce, AmericaprFork, Utah 

SSetton, Lynnette 

Business Management, Snow Flake, Arizona 

Sturgis, Richard B. 
Sociology, Provo, Utah 









Sullivan, Carolyn 
nstruction, Vernal, Utah 

Sullivan, Stephen Fred 
Industrial Education, Henderson, Nevada 

Sumner, James Franklin 
Secondary Instruction, Provo, Utah 

Swainston, Paul C. 
Industrial Education, Preston, Idaho 

Swapp, Sandra Kathleen 
Elementary Instruction, Provo, Utah 



Tanner, Elvin R. 
Psychology, Provo, Utah 

Tanner, Harvey Milas 
Business Management, Ogden, Utah 

Taylor, Anthony Hansen 
Art, Salt Lake City, Utah 

Taylor, Carol Rae 

Secondary Instruction, Anaconda, Montana 

Taylor, Janet L. 
Human Devel. and Family Rel., Cincinnati, Ohio 

Taylor, Revelle Bond 
Accounting, Orem, Utah 

Taylor, Wayne O. 
Accounting, Provo, Utah 

Teeples, Daryl Hart 
Mathematics, Salt Lake City, Utah 

Thomas, Bruce Evan 
Electrical Engineering, Idaho Falls, Idaho 

Thompson, Dallas Clark 
Sociology, Idaho Falls, Idaho 

Thompson, Edward G. 
Accounting, St. George, Utah 

Thompson, John Harold 
Sociology,, Glendale, California 

Thom, John Patterson 
Psychology, Ogden, Utah 

' Thorpe, Calvin E. 

Physics, Oakland, California 

Thorstenson, Clark T. 
Secondary Instruction, American Falls, Idaho 

Till, Roberta 
English, Ramona, California 

Timothy, Paul Wayne 
Mechanical Engineering, Sugar City, Idaho 

Tingey, Carma Jean 
Elementary Instruction, Gray, Idaho 

Todd, Ann 

Housing and Home Management, Gridley, California 

Todd, Byron Taylor 

Industrial Education, Los Angeles, California 




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Anderson, Ada Annettt 
Instruction 

Aranda, Salomon 

Art, Chihuahua, Mexico 

Barlow, Elbert Gene 
Mathematics, Denver, Colorado 

Berrett, Richard Heber 

Civil Engineering, Provo, Utah 

Berr\-, Henry Hilbum 
Business Management, Provo, 




Black, Emory Clifford 
Sociology, Savannah, Georgia 

Bodine, Judith Lillian 

Elementary Instruction, Evanston, Wyoming 

Brown, Jay Dean 
Accounting, Payson, Utah 

Bubb, Judith 
French, Dallas, Texas 

Clark, Gary Gene 

French, West Covina, California 



Covey, Jessie May 

Elementary Instruction, Odell, Oregon 

Cushing, James Francis 

Secondary Instruction, Magna, Utah 

Fausett, Leah Diane 

Elementary Instruction, Price, Utah 

Freer, Ferrel Lewis 

Agronomy, Mountain Home, Idaho 

Fronk, Frances Kay 

Homemaking Education, Ogden, Utah 

Grandy, Gary Weldon 
Acounting, Salt Lake City, Utah 

Greene, Lawrin May 

Human Devel. and Family Rel., Glendora, California 

Herbert, Franklin W. 

Physical Education, Arlington, Virginia 

Higginson, Zola M. 

Homemaking Education, Pingree, Idaho 

Hill, Jack Edwin 

Physical Education, Salt Lake City, Utah 



Jarvis, Blaine Louis 

Business Education, Mesa, Arizona 



Johstoneaux, R. B., Jr. 

Secondary Instruction, Charleston, South Carolina 

Judd, Ronald Martin 

Business Management, Kanab, Utah 

Keller, Richard Tyrone 

Political Science, Citrus Height, California 

Kenney, Kaye Frances 
Speech, Provo, Utah 

Marchant, Beth Elaine 

Elementary Instruction, Midvale, Utah 

Mason, Dean N. 

Business Management, Provo, Utah 

Masters, James Ross 

Physical Education, Provo, Utah 

Matson, David Ephriam 

Political Science, Huntington Park, California 

Matthews, Verl Baxter 
Botany, Pleasant Grove, Utah 






402 



McConkie, Colleen 
Business Education, Provo, Utah 

Memmott, Joseph Larry 
Animal Husbandry, Dublan, Chihuahua, Mexico 

Mescrvy, Carol 
Elementary Instruction, Provo, Utah 

Milner, Kenneth Kay 
Industrial Education, Provo, Utah 

^^^ Newton, Jay Lynn 
Political Sciejice, Rexburg, Idaho 

Nooner, Tetiuie Joy 
Secondary Instruction, Conway, Arkansas 

Norman, Vemal Garth 
physical Education, Whittier, California 

Olsen, Carmen Carson 
^Elementary Instruction, Orem, Utah 

Conover, Patricia 
■ «>* Clothing and Textiles 

^ * ftfet*. • ° rton > Kenneth J 

■ ** * ElpSL Sal? Lake City, Utah 






Parlor, Giles EsUe 
uftction City, Oregon 

ell, Richard William 
ring, Duchesne, Utah 

Ravf 



Secondary^hstruction^jflryette, Idaho 

Hvers, Rubina G. 
Secondary Instruction, San Carlos, California 

Robertson, Ezra Hyrum 
Business Management, Blackfoot, Idaho 



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Rogers, Bonnie Lee 
San Jacinto, California 

Ross, Luzon 
Human Devel. & Family Rel., Redwood City, California 

Rudd, Lynda Lou 
Business Education, St. Anthony, Idaho 

Russell, Suzanne 

Homemaking Education, Salt Lake City, Utah 

Scholes, Harold Kay 

Business Management, Provo, Utah 

Shurtliff, Donald C. 

Agricultural Economics, Overton, Nevada 

Sorensen, Edward R. 

Business Management, Salt Lake City, Utah 

Soderberg, Ulrika B. 
German, Visby, Sweden 

Stuart, Annie Amelia 
Human Devel. and Family Rel., Provo, Utah 
Thompson, Erwin Lee 
Accounting, Rexburg, Idaho 

Tarr, Kenneth Ralph 
French, La Puente, California 

Thygerson, Alton Luie 

Sociology, Pampa, Texas 

Tripp, Richard G. 

Zoology, Detroit, Michigan 

Van Epps, Leonard E. 

Psychology, Pico Rivera, California 

Vanleuven, Clifford R. 

Electrical Engineering, Springville, Utah 



Van Orman, Welburn J. 
Secondary Instruction, Provo, Utah 

Vernon, Linda Lee 

Physical Education, Lawndale, California 

Volmer, Carl John 

Business Management, Stockton, California 

Wade, Vem Joseph 

Elementary Instruction, Provo, Utah 

Wadsworth, John K. 
Business Management, Hemet, California 



Wahlquist, Keith F. 
Political Science, Ogden, Utah 

Wakefield, Emma Susann 

History, Provo, Utah 

Waldvogel, Mildred D. 

Speech, Bensonville, Illinois 

Walker, Bryle George 

Secondary Instruction, Provo, Utah 

Walker, David Harry 
Secondary Instruction, Long Beach, California 




403 



SENIORS 












Asay, Sandra Lou 

Human Devel, and Family! 

Hates, Ceneva Lydia 

French, Silver Spring, Maryland 

Burt, Merrill C. 

Chemistry, Richland, Washington 

Dick, John Raymond 

Business Management, West Jordan, Utah 

Edwards, Mildred E. 
English, Salt Lake Ci&, UU 



Fieeiki, Phil 

Business Management, Towgatapu, Tonga 

Fillmore, Rebecca L. 
Journalism, Ontario, Oregon 

Hansen, Arlene 

Secondary Instruction, Burley, Idaho 

Hayashi, Charles Y. 

Political Science, Pacoini, California 

Henderson, Joyce E. 
Sociology, Colfax, Washington 

Monson, Robert Manvile 

Political Science, Selah, Washington 

Moulton, Jack Lester 

Youth Leadership, Salmon, Idaho 

Mower, Dennis Allen 

Business Management, Fairview, Utah 

Nebeker, Rosalind Ruth 

Business Education, Palos Verdes, California 

Nef, Arnold J. 
Accounting, Orem, Utah 

Nelson, Mark Jay 
Economics, Provo, Utah 

Colvin, Julie 
EngUsh, Ogden, Utah 

Cook, Homer J. 

Chemical Engineering, Roosevelt, Utah 

Coup, Ronald Lee 

Business Education, Eustis, Florida 

Cox, Kaye Bruce 
Entomology, Pocatello, Idaho 

Criddle, Carol Jensen 

Human Devel. and Family Rel., Downey, Idaho 

Fisher, Laurel J. 

Jacobs, Karen Fern 

Elementary Instruction, Mount Pleasant, Utah 

Lyons, James Dennis 
Physics, Provo, Utah 

Marwede, Linda Amy 

Human Devel. & Family Rel., Santa Barbara, California 

Maxwell, James Lee 

Business Management. Provo, Utah 

Strickland, James C. 

Animal Husbandry, Provo, Utah 

Sundberg, Myrleen 
English, Provo, Utah 

Taylor, Linda Lee 

Elementary Instruction, Burbank, California 

Thurman, Charles G. 

Business Management, Ephrata, Washington 



404 




Thurman, Linda 
Mathematics, Sacramento, California 

Tomlinson, Joseph E. 
History, Provo, Utah 

Toone, Harley Edward 
Business Management, Magna, Utah 

Torvik, Solvieg B. 
English, Provo, Utah 

Trane, Paul Morris 
Sociology, Provo, Utah 



Tuckett, Clive Joseph 
Elementary Instruction, Orem, Utah 

Turley, Pandra Mehssa 
4ary Instruction, Ellensburg, Washington 

Turner, June Edna 
Sociology, Albany, California 

Turner, Joseph Grant 
less Management, Elko, Nevada 

W^alker, Ardith June 
PleSsant jGrove, Utah 



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Eterfifcntary Instrumifltt, I 




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Andersen, Mario Ray 
igineering, Provo, Utah 

Bills, Delbert Ray 
Electrical Engineering, Provo, Utah 

Bin-ell, Jerry Glen 
Electrical Engineering, Provo, Utah 

Blake, Lynn Holt 
Mechanical Engineering, Provo, Utah 

Boulter, Robert E. 
Electrical Engineering, Laramie, Wyoming 

Boyer, Larsen Strong 
Chemical Engineering, Springville, Utah 

Bragg, Harvey Leroy 

Electrical Engineering, Salt Lake City, Utah 

Brown, Arthur Warren 

Electrical Engineering, Riverside, California 

Butcher, Don Linford 
Mechanical Engineering, Kaysville, Utah 

Call, Henry Michael 
Electrical Engineering, Bountiful, Utah 

Carr, William Charles 
Electrical Engineering, Temple View, New Zealand 

Cartmill, Charles E. 
Mechanical Engineering, San Diego, California 

Chase, Kenneth Wayne 
Mechanical Engineering, Provo, Utah 

Christiansen, Elroy G. 
Mechanical Engineering, Parkdale, Oregon 

Clark, Stephen James 
Electrical Engineering, Springville, Utah 

Critser, Bryan Kalmar 
Mechanical Engineering, Orem, Utah 

Dain, Gerald Vincent 
Electrical Engineering, Colton, California 

Davis, Charles Floyd 
Physics, Billings, Montana 

Davis, J. Brent 
Electrical Engineering, Provo, Utah 

Drennan, Gerald B. 
Mechanical Engineering, San Mateo, California 

Dun-ant, Stewart Olani 
Civil Engineering, American Fork, Utah 

Farley, Ernest Kent 
Civil Engineering, Mesa, Arizona 

Forgacs, Walter John 
Electrical Engineering, Winslow, Arizona 

Goodwin, Reese J. 
Civil Engineering, Provo, Utah 

Guzman, Adolfo M. 
Mechanical Engineering, Provo, Utah 



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SENIORS 



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James, Larry Dean 

Electrical Engineering, Sodam jjs, Idaho 

Judd, Myles Albert 

Electrical Engineering, American Fork, Utah 

Murdock, Robert John 

Civil Engineering, Springville, Utah 

Naillon, Larry James 

Mechanical Engineering, Yakima, Washington 

Nielson, Stephen M. 

Chemical Engineering, Monticello, Utah 








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Nuffer, Stanton Smart 

Civil Engineering, Preston, Idaho 1 

Rasmussen, Lee Charles 

Electrical Engineering, Ferron, Utah 

Rieske, Kent Richard 

Mechanical Engineering, Provo, Utah 

Schnell, Edwin Robert 
Geology, Santiago, Chile 

Stark, David Candland 

Electrical Engineering, Provo, Utah 

Stevenson, George M. 

Electrical Engineering, Layton, Utah 

Taylor, Blake Gilbert 

Electrical Engineering, Spanish Fork, Utah 

Tree, David Rees 

Mechanical Engineering, Pleasant Grove, Utah 

Warnick, Erlend Blaine 

Civil Engineering, Pleasant Grove, Utah 

West, Farrin W. 

Mechanical Engineering, Pleasant Grove, Utah 

Williams, Gad Lee 

Chemical Engineering, Provo, Utah 

Willis, Kelland H. 

Mechanical Engineering, Snowflake, Arizona 



Symbol of successes, the old Y Bell will long ring in the memory of every BYU graduate. 






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406 






Dr. Stewart Williams 



Dr. William F. Edwards 



Dr. Henry Eyring 



GRADUATE STUDENTS SOUGHT HIGHER DEGREE 



The Graduate Class conducted several 
seminars which included Dr. Stewart 
Williams, dean of graduate studies at 
Utah State; Dr. William F. Edwards, 
former business dean and vice president 
at B Y U , and present financier; Dr. 
Henry Eyring, dean of Engineering at 



Utah University, and Dr. G. Homer 
Durham, president of Arizona State Uni- 
versity. The new library facilities en- 
abled graduate students to reserve pri- 
vate study areas. Most of the students 
seeking higher degrees were impressed 
with the fact that quality in their work 



was most important and that they would 
be in demand because of their efforts. 
Dean Wesley P. Lloyd of the Graduate 
School office outlined a complete aca- 
demic training program for students. 



Graduate students C. M. Thakkar, Manfred Schulzke, and Robert Larsen used new library facilities to their advantage. Text lockers, study carrels, 
and book stacks provided them with necessary space and materials. 




GRADUATES 




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Baldauf, Martha Marie 
Mathematics, Delancey, New 

Bassett, Irvin Gene 
Physics, Afton, Wyoming 

Bender, Russell Melvin 
Chemistry, Provo, Utah 

Bird, Talmage C, Jr. 
Pre-Medical, Memphis, Tennessee 

Blaisdell, Sarah Lei A. 
Elementary Instruction, Provo, 

Brimhall, Grant R. 

Calder, Clarence A. 

Mechanical Engineering, Elgin, Oregon 

Cho, Jai Poong 

Christensen, Dean E. 

Physics, Provo, Utah 

Christian, Karl Adam 

Industrial Education, Los Angeles, California 

Christiansen, Sara J. 

Human Devel. and Family Rel., Salt Lake City, Utah 

Coffin, Gary Rex 

Mechanical Engineering, Provo, Utah 

Collings, Tucker, Jr. 
Idaho Falls, Idaho 

Coombs, James Curtis 
Accounting, Sanford, Colorado 

Creighton, David M. 
Chemistry, Provo, Utah 

Crofts, Dorothy Irene 
Menlo Park, California 

Dayton, Everett L. 
St. Anthony, Idaho 

De Gaston, Alexis N. 

Physics, Los Angeles, California 

Eagar, Karl Butler 
Soda Springs, Idaho 

Eriksen, Erik Paul 
Van Nuys, California 

Cardner, Gary Kenneth 

Physical Education, Alhambra, California 

Gee, Martell Joseph 
Lander, Wyoming 

Channad, Reza 
French, Provo, Utah 

Giles, Gary N. 
Heber, Utah 

Griffiths, Sarah E. 

Personnel and Guidance, Omaha, Nebraska 



Gurney, Boyd Francis 
Provo, Utah 

Hanna, Marian Lucy 

Botany, Pleasant Hill, California 

Harris, Robert Nathan 
Psychology, Silverton, Oregon 

Hegsted, Evelyne A. 
Orem, Utah 

Herrera, Elias 

Political Science, Guatemala, Central America 



408 




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Hill, James Richard 
Music Theory, Phoenix, Arizona 

Hill, Walter Ensign 
Physics, Provo, Utah 

Holzer, Rosemarie 
German, Salt Lake City, Utah 

Hopkins, Neil Robert 
Psychology, Provo, Utah 

Hovland, Anja Suneva 
Kirkenes, Norway 



Iqbal, Hussain Syed M. 
B.W.P., Pakistan 

Jacobs, David Kent 
Speech, Provo, Utah 

Johnson, Sharon Faye 
Colton, California 

Kimball, James Lerov 
History, Salt Lake City, Utan 

Kimball, Joan 
tck Springs, Wyoming 



Kuchar, Marvin Curtis 
Chemistry, Provo, Utah 

Kunz, Phillip Ray 
Sociology, Provo, Utah 

Lee, Qpole Dawn 
Concoxa; California 

Leng, Tsun 
Sociology, Provo, Utah 

Lewis, Robert Eugene 
Psychology, Laurel, Washington 



Lofgran, Wayne C. 
Salt Lake City, Utah 

Loomis, Jerry Emerson 
Psychology, Provo, Utah 

Mangelson, Elon 
Epnraim, Utah 

Manning, Harold Dale 
French, Provo, Utah 

McLaughlin, Leslie N. 
Business Management, La Canada, California 



Meiners, June 
New York City, New York 

Melendez, Craig Mario 
Educational Administration, Santiago, Chile 

Merrill, Dallas V. 
Sociology, Provo, Utah 

Merrill, Paul Kent 
Pocatello, Idaho 

Meyers, Helene Maile 
Sociology, Hilo, Hawaii 

Moody, Julia Penelope 
English, San Jose, California 

Muirhead, Alice M. B. 

Murri, William James 
Physics, Pocatello, Idaho 

Nielson, Ronald A. 
Tooele, Utah 

Noakes, Geraldine 
Orem, Utah 



Packham, Willis Arthur 
Entomology, Jerome, Idaho 

Patten, Benton Penrod 
Art, Provo, Utah 

Reinhold, Allen Kurt 
Art, Provo, Utah 

Rencher, Alvin C. 
Mathematics, St. Johns, Arizona 

Salazar, Richard David 
Health Education and Safety, Provo, Utah 

Sinha, Bimlanand P. 
Educational Administration, Bihar, India 

Skyles, George Harmon 
History, Provo, Utah 

Sullivan, James David 
Spanish, Payson, Utah 

Wiliams, Allen C. 
Salina, Utah 

Wright, Carol Lynn 





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Bassett, Nello H. 
Provo, Utah 

Bennett, Veldon J 
German, Meadow", 

Iqbal, Hussain Syed M 
B.W.P., Pakistan 

Iqbal, Quereshi M. 
B.W.P., Pakistan 

Knight, DarreU Oswell 

Secondary Instruction, Provo, Utah 



Miner, Ellis Devere, Jr. 
Logan, Utah 

Kothari, Uapin M. 

Parry, Maurice Dale 
Cedar City, Utah 

Perry, Devern Jay 

Business Education, Brigham City, Utah 

Peterson, Lewis V. 

Zoology, Gardena, Californi 



Prince, Donald 

San Diego, California 

Pritchett, Clyde Lee 
Zoology, Provo, Utah 

Quamstrom, I. Blaine 
Speech, Lodi, California 

Qureshi, Khalid M. 

Physical Education, Cjurat, W. Pakistan 

Richardson, Jacqueline 
Human Devel. and Family ReL 




( Family Rel., Covina, Califo. 



Sandberg, Selene 
Provo, Utah 

Senzee, Norma Kay 

English, Jefferson Court, Missouri 

Stevenson, Warren W. 
Monterey Park California 

Taylor, Eldon R. 
Provo, Utah 

Thacker, Lynn D. 
History, Heber, Utah 



Thakkar, C. M. 

Business Management, Calcutta, India 

Thompson, Ralph Wayne 
English, Provo, Utah 

Thornton, Harold R. 
Entomology, Salt Lake City, Utah 

TidwelL William D. 
Geology, Homedale, Idaho 

Tsuzuki, Yasuhisa 
Fukuoka Shi 



Watts, Joseph L. 
Van Nuys, California 

Werner, Dean J. 

Acounting, Burbank, California 

West, Doyle Thomas 

Music Education, Smithfield, Utah 

Wheeler, Doretta C. 
Provo, Utah 

Wilson, Lorin Dean 
Mathematics, Provo, Utah 



Wittorf, John H. 

Chemistry, New York City, New York 

Woodworth, Charles J. 
Joplin, Missouri 

Wold, Larry Richard 

Personnel and Guidance, Idaho Falls, Idaho 

White, David Arnold 
Zoology, Copperton, Utah 

Wright, Willie Lee 
Tumerville, Wyoming 



Yeates, Clayne Monson 
Physics, Logan, Utah 

Yonemori, Shirley K. 

Art, Kahuku, Oahu, Hawaii 

Young, Leslie Alfred 
Journalism, Sidney, Australia 



410 




A Cappella 128 

■fcninistrative Council 70 

AffROTrW^horus 225 

AgronAp^Rub 230 

Air Huatfs 224 

AlcvcHR, -It- 1*46 

AlplKttJmWl Delta 213 

Alpha ttri Omega 196 

Alpmrlfelub 219 

pi Association 112 

Angel Flight 191 

A\2r. ^ 302 

on^^. 202 

•nWqf^ .. >.„-. 218 

ArriokkAiTSocie^^i...-., 222 

Art Guild •-■^-.yf 141 

Audio-Visual Communications*.. 240 

AWS .jJL ^........•....303 

Azyan Tn a BHffi 1 - 150 

Banyan .!» ■£- 246 

Belle of tiBeY T^PT. .1. 30 

Baseball ■ ..Jl.. 286 

Basketball W...... 268 

Beta Lambda Mu 203 

Blue Key 204 

Brigadiers 154 

BookstoMRBR^^^. 243 

Business Management 

Association a 228 

BYU Stakes 109 

Cami Los 156 

Central Dance 305 

Central Publicity 305 

Chemical Engineers 230 

Chinese Club 218 

Circle K 221 

Civil Engineers 231 

College Bowl 2 

College of Biological and 

Agricultural Sciences 95 

College of Business 80 

College of Education 82 

College of Engineering 92 

College of Family Living 77 

College of Fine Arts 84 

College of Humanities 87 

College of Nursing 90 

College of Physical Education .... 74 

College of Beligion 98 

Concert Band 136 

Cougarettes 198 

Cougar Days 10 

Country Club 231 

Confederate Club 218 

Culture Committee 305 

Dean of Students 106 

Debate Club 141 

Devotionals 26 

Dilectus Chi Sorores 158 

Elections 44 

Electrical Engineers 232 

Evening School 108 

Extension Division 105 

First Presidency 66 

Folk Dancers 236 

Football 256 

Forensics 142 

Forums 18 

Freshmen 307 

General Administration 72 

General College 100 

Goldbrickers 160 

Golf Team 278 

Graduate School 102 

Gymnastics 277 

Hawaiian Club 217 

Homecoming 12 



Home Economics 227 

Honor Council 304 

Industrial Arts 220 

Intercollegiate Knights 194 

IOC 145 

Iranian Club 220 

Junior Prom 50 

Juniors 363 

Japanese Club 216 

Journalism Department 241 

Kappa Debonnaire 164 

KBYU Radio 254 

Kia Ora 237 

Lyceums 24 

Marching Band 134 

Men's Intramurals 290 

Men's and Women's Chorus 132 

Motion Picture Studio 255 

Nautilus of NLU 166 

Nursing Seniors 226 

Omicron Nu 213 

Oratorio Choir 126 

Orchesis 140 

Opera Workshop 120 

O. S. Trovata 168 

Phi Chi Theta 206 

Photo Studio 239 

Preferred Men 22 

President Wilkinson 68 

Press 238 

Program Bureau 244 

Registration 9 

Rodeo Team 293 

Seniors 363 

Shomrah Kiyel 229 

Sigma Alpha Eta 210 

Sigma Delta Chi 212 

Songfest 48 

Sophomores 345 

Sportsmen 234 

Sportswomen 235 

Spurs 186 

Studentbody Cabinet 299 

Studentbody President 296 

Student Culture 298 

Student Finance 297 

Student Leadership 8 

Student Nurses' Association .... 227 

Student Relations 297 

Student Senate 300 

Student Social 299 

Summer School 108 

Supreme Court 301 

Symphony Orchestra 138 

Tau Sigma 171 

Television Studio 254 

Tennis 279 

Thea Alexis 184 

Theta Alpha Phi 211 

Tokalon 174 

Track 280 

Tribe of Many Feathers 237 

Uintah Basin 219 

Universe 250 

University Chorale 130 

Val Hyric 176 

Val Nom 178 

Viking 180 

White Key 190 

Winter Carnival 34 

Women's Intramurals 292 

Women's Week 20 

Wrestling 276 

Y Calcares 188 

Y Day 56 

Yell Teams 267 

Y Judo Club 221 

Y Squares 212 




GENERAL INDEX 




411 



FACULTY, 1961-62 



Aamodt, MetvtB H 
A damson. Margaret 
Addy. George M 
Alder, Lomi C 
Aider. Zane C. 
Allen. Dell K 
Allen. Barbara 
.Mien. B Ream 
.Mien. Mark K 
Allco. Phi.lL, 
Alle\. Stephen 
.Mlrnan. Vcrl 
AUred, Doratd H 
Mired. Girth 
Mired. Mildred 
AUred. R. Ou» 
AUred, Ruel 
.Mired Wallace E 
Ahnfd, Mignon H. 
Anderson. Barbara 
Anderson, C Diton 
Anderson. Flo> d M 
Anderson, Canon P. 
Anderson. H Vr-rlan 
Anderson. Kttlh P, 
Anderson. Leland E 
Anderson, Rith.irJ L 
Anderson. Share! 
Anderson Vernon L 
Anderson. William 
Andnis, Hvrum 
Andrus, J Roman 
A potto), Chris 
.Arnold. Frank H 
Arnold. Jane B. 
Arnold, Marilyn 

'. .dine T. 
Ashton. Clarence D 



Babeocl, Hyrum J 
Backman. Milton V 
Baird, Rev L 
BiJrv. Dale S 
R..llif . Anel S 
Ballou. Richard 
Banerrtrr, Blaiier L 
Bankhead. Reid E. 
Barker. Dee H 
Bamev. Ralph D 
Bamev. Vermon 
Barlow. Frances 
Barlow. Minnie 
Bamett. J Dean 
Bamett. Owen L 
Bamett. Vesta 
Barrett. Ivan ). 
Barron, Howard H 
Barrus. Walk 
Bartholomew. Davis 
Barton. Cliff S. 
Bateman, J LaVar 



a. J- U 
Edith 



Banc 

Baxter. Leland K 
Beck. D Elden 
Beck, Florence 
Beck. In V 
Beebe. Wayne B 
Bell, R DerMont 
Belnap. B. West 
Belt. W Dwayne 
Bendixscn, Grant C. 
Bennett, Archibald 
Bennett. Erma 
BenmoD. George C 
Benmon . Robert C. 
Bennion. Robert R. 
Benson. J Lynn 
Bentley. Anthony I 
Bentlev Joseph T 
Bemhard, John T 
Berrett, William E 
Berry. June 
Best. Brian S. 
Bethers. Co rime 
BisseU. Harold J 
Blackham. Angus J. 
Blair. Robert W 
Soman. Paul V. 
Borcn, Robert Reed 
Bowen. Walter 
Bowles. Catherine 
Bovlr. William H 
Bradford. Reed H 
Bradlev, Adine 
Bnd-haw. Will.rd H 
Brady. Marion B. 
Brasher. Margaret E 
Breinholt, Floyd E 



Brurk .Edna 
Bnmhall Willis H 
Britith. Florence 

B dab V 
Broadbent. H Smith 
Brown, jade Vernal 
Brown. Tom 
Bryan. L'ru 
Brvncr. Loren C 
HrvTir-r Maurine 
Budcr Harold S 

I north C 
Bunk-T. Boberl E 

Burnett. M Dalla* 
Bumside. Weak) M 
Butt. Wesley R 
Burrup. Percy E 
Burton. Alma P 
Burton, Modal] 
Burton. W Wayae 
I 

Bushman, Richard 
Buss. David 
Butler. EUioI A. 
Bud New b orn 1 

Bulterworth. Edwin J 

Buttle, Faye J. 



Calder. Clenn H 
Calderwood. Jo Ann 
Call. Bovd 
Callahan. Sterling C 
Campbell. Eugene E 
Campbell. Jennie 
Canfield. John O 
Cannon. Clawson Y . Sr 
Cannon. Clawson Y . Jr 
Cannon. Kenneth L 
Cannon. Mark 
Cardon. Louis B. 
Carlisle. June 
Carter. MeKin W 
Chapman, Arthur O 
C has ton. A. Norton 
Chatwin. Diane R 
Cheney. Thomas E 
I t.il.l- Margaret P. 
Christenien, Dean C 
Christenscn. Earl M 
Christen sen. Edward L 
Chnvtensen, James J 

■ ii. Lillian 
Christensen. P. A. 
Christensen. Ross T 
Christiansen, John R 
Chugg. Lee R. 
Clark. Bruce B. 
Clark, David L 
Clark. Harold Clen 
Clark. Hazel 
Clark, Herald R. 
Clark. J Reuben III 
Clark. James R 
Clark. Maiden J. 
Clark. Monroe H. 
Clark. Welsford H 
Clarke. A John 
Clegg, John C. 
Ginger, Morris M 
Cluff. Conn 
Compton, Lane A 
Cook. Alan 
Cook. Ivan B. 
Coombs. D'Mont. W 
Cooper. Leslie M 
Corbridge. Isan L 
Cowan. Richard O 
Covey. Stephen R 
Co*. Soren 
Ctmz. Marshall 
Crandall. Lars C 
Crayen. Rulon 
Critchlev, Ceraldine 
Cmknvic. |nhn K 
Crockett. Earl C 
Croft. Evan M 
Cundick. Robert If. 
Cutler Virgins F 



Dames, Deb a 
Dafnes. Robert H 
Daniels. Phillip B 
Darais. Alts B 
Davidwin. Bertha 
Da vies. I Kenneth 
Day. Lawrence E 
Dean. C Edwin 
[ex, 1 Lorin 



Johansen, Franz M 
Johnson. Eldrell A 
Decker. Daniel 
Dees. Harry 
DeHosos. Benjamin F 
de Jong. Gerrit, Jr 
de Jong, Thelroa 
DeMille. Stanford 
Despain. W'ard 

Dibblr. W.lLam E 

Duon. Dwighl R 
Dunn. Fred 
Dunn. Hears A 
Dodd. Edgar 
Do man. Gerald M 
Domeaard. Mignon 
Done, Arthur A 
Done, C Byron 
Downing. Lester \ 
Do«ev. Rm W 
Dtnej W.llaid B 
Dnirv .Marian 
Dudley, J Duane 
Ducrd'm. Claude B 
Duerdeo. Noel H 
Duke, Keith E. 
Durtes . Norma A. 
Dye. Gerald J. 
D\er Wilham C 



Eager, L Brent 
Earl. Don 
Eastmond, E John 
Edlefsen, Blaine E 
Eberhard, Ernest 
Eckley. Orfa 
Ellsworth, Richard C 
Empes, La Mar T 
Esans. David 



FamsMorth. Dean 
Farnsworth, Raymond 
Faux. Georgia 
Feamley. Lawrence 
Feamlev. Lenore 
Felt, Paul E. 
Ferguson, Hal C 
Fielding, R. Kent 
FinLayson. Bliss B 
Firmage, D. .Mian 
Fitzroy. George W 
Flake." Chad J. 
Flandro. Royce P 
Fletcher, Harsey, Sr 
Folsom. Martin H 
Foster, Eugene 
Free, Joseph C 
Frost. Herbert H 
Fuhriman . Adelai d 
Fuhriman. Dean K 



Cabbatis. Robert 
Gagon, Clen S 
Camett. LaWH 
Gardiner. Alma A 
Cardner. B Dehsorth 
Gardnem, Charles N 
Gardner. Elizabeth L 
Gardner, John H 
Carrard. LeMar 
Gassman. B>ton 
Gate. Crawford 
Ceddes. David D 
Gee. Burton 
Geertsen, O Norman 
Gentry. Leland H 
Chard a. Marguerite 
Gibbons. Eileen 
Gibson. Jed 
Gibson. M Carl 
Cibson. W.lham J . Lt 
Cill. Curcharan S 
Cledhill. IsabeUe 
Gledhill. Preston 
Goates. J Rex 
Coates. Marcia 
Coliehtlv .Mai 
Coodman. Harold 
Cottfredson, Ches 
Grass, Nan O 
Crimmeft. Karen 
Groesbeck. Lue S 
Grow, Stewart L. 
GuUer, Clark J 
Gubler, Don worth 
Guvmon. Fred E 



CwillUm Robert F . 



Hafen, LeRoy R. 
Hafen. WUhim J. 
Hales. Richard W 
HtJeS, Wavne B. 

Hall. George M,. S Sgt 
HaU. H Tracy 
Hallam, Mr mil J 
Mjui.J,.v John R. 
Hambhn, Lawson D 
Hammond Mas 
Hansen, George H 

B : Harold 1 

Hansen. Margaret H. 

Hansen. Omar 
Hansen, Richard A 
Hansen, Ralph W. 
Haji>en. Terrence L. 
Harding. Dale 
Hardy, Blaine C. 
Hardy, Kenneth R. 
Harms. CaJls 
Hams, James R. 
Harris, John B. 
Hamson, B F. 
Harrison. Betty D. 
Harston, Marlow R. 
Hart, Anna B. 
Hart, Charles J. 
Hart. David K 
Hart, Edward L 
Hartsig«rn. Mdton F 
Hatch. Elaine B. 
Hatton. Esa M 
Hatton. LeOra 
Haupt. Floyd E. 
H j n in-. Neru Rae 
Hav^ins Richard T 
Haytxsck, Bes^m O 
Hayes. Darwin L 
Hases. William O 
Has ward C Lvnn 
Heaton. Alma 
Heaton. Israel 
Henson, Charles A 
Henstrom. Richard H 
Herde. Karl 
Heudier. Jean Pierre 
Heuston. Dustin H. 
Higgens. John C. 
Hill, Armin J 
Hill. Douglas 
Hill, Erma D. 
HOI. Mu W 
Hillam. Kenneth L 
Hillam, Ray C. 
Hilton. Ross C 
Hintze. Lehi H 
Hint, Svnthia 
Holbrook. Leona 
Holbrook, Richard L. 
Holies Marie 
Holtkamp. C J. 
Hone. Shirl I. 
Hoopes. Keith H 
Horiuchi, RusseO 
Horslev. A. Burt 
Horton, Frank 
Hoslasson, W'illiam A. 
Howe. Allie 
tlrjweU, Robert ]. 
Hyde. Darcus 
Hyde, Venice 
H>er. Paul V. 
H\ma. v Scott S. 



Izatt. Reed M. 



Jacobs. Briant S. 
Jacobson, Phvllis 
JaLeman. M WelL. 
James. A. Thomas 
Jenkins, Ron da H 
Jenny. Martha 
Jensen. DeL-amar 
Jensen. Don B 
Jensen. James A 
Jensen. Lucille 
Jensen. Mary B 
Jensen, Vein H. 
Jenson. Gloria D. 
Jeppsen, Emest C. 
Johnson. Floyd N 
[ones. Richard J 
Jonsson. Jens J. 



Jorgensen, Eleanor 



Karren. Kenneth W 
Kar.t, Edgar 
Keelrr. J. J. 
Kimball, C Rodnes 
Kimball. Edwin R ' 
King, Alma 
Kirchoff, Herbert R 
Kirkham. Frances 
KneU. Lee 
Knight, Hjttic 
Kohler. Manon 
Krider. Mary A 
Kugath. Donald A 
Kunz. Jean T. 
Kupfer. Vera 



Langer. Valerie C 
L ar.-i.ij. Dean 
Larsen, Don 
Larsen, Kenneth 
Larsen. Vernon 
Larson, Clinton F 
Larson, Gustive O. 
Larson. Jean 
Lauritzen. Kenneth A 
Law. Reuben D. 
Laws. Derby 
Lay cock, Harold R 
Laycock, Ralph 
Lavton, Robert L. 
Lee, Harold W 
Lewis. Ben £. 
Lewis, Stella 
Liddiard, Walter 
Liechty. Elizabeth Louise 
Lmdlev. Earl L, 
Uoyd.' Wesley P. 
Long, Lester B. 
Lowe, Howard 
Ludlow, Daniel H 



Mabey, MeKm B 
Madseo, Florence J, 
Madsen, Franklin 
Madsen, Harold S 
Madsen, Truman C 
Magleby. Francis R. 
Magleby. Ward H. 
Mangum. Garth L. 
Manookin, Robert P. 
Markham, Dixon 
Marshall. Milton 
Mason, James A. 
Mathews, Conan E. 
McArthur, Ross J. 
McClellan, Scott P. 
McConlde, Don L. 
McCulloch, Donald E , M 
McDonald. Keith 
McKay. Quinn C. 
McKcndrick, Jack 
McKinlav, Lynn A 
McKinnon, Max E. 
McKnight, Kent H 
McMurdie. Maughan W 
McNamara, Delbert H 
McNed, Craig 
McPhie, Walter 
Mecham, Merlin J . 
Meibos, Richard L 
MeKille. Keith 
MelsiUe. Ruth 
Meredith, Ned 
Memmott, Evan J 
Meservy, Keith 
Mchaelis, Elaine 
Michie. Carol 
Mikkelsen. Se\Tnour 
Miller. Elva K 
MxBer, Martin L. 
Millett, Martaon T 
Miner. Cavle 
Mitchell. Albert 
Mitchell, Hal D 
MitcheU. Janet 
-Mitchell Olive K 
Moe, Rudy 
Moffitt. J C 
M onsen, Elaine 
Monsen. R Joseph 
Monson, Darrel J 
Monson. Samuel C 
Montague. Wallace 
Moored Hal G 



Moore. Glen 
Morley, Alonzo J. 
Morrell, Edwm B. 
Morrell, Jeanette 
Morrill, A Read 
M orns , Lawrence 
Morris, LauTence 
Morrison, Linnea 
Moddw, Hans 
Moses, Darrel 
Moss. Joel J. 
Murdock. Joseph R 
Murphs. Joseph R. 

N 

Naegle. Keith L. 
Nash, W'illiam V 
Navlor. Jay 
Nelson. Allan 
Nelson. Donald T. 
Nelson, Elmer 
Nelson. Clen T. 
Nelson. H Mark 
Nelson, K. LeRoi 
Nelson. Maryin 
Nibles. Hugh 
NibUy, Reid N. 
Nicholes, Henry J. 
Nicholes. Joseph K, 
NickeU, Afton, T/Sgt. 
Nielsen, F. Kent 
Nielsen, Howard 
Nielsen. Eve 
Nielson. Lorna 
Nielson, O Wendle 
Nix, Kenneth J , Maj 
NoalL Sandra 
Nordgien, Quentin R. 
Nuttall Dra>ton B 



Oakes, Keith R 
Oaks, Clinton L. 
Olpin, J. Lloyd 
OL-L-n. Louise 
Olson, Ernest L. 
Ord. John E. 
Orme. Kathn-n 
Orrock, Scott B. 
Orton, Bryce B 
Ott, J Bevan 
Osard, Glen F 
Owens, Lynn J. 



Pace, Margene 
Packer, Boyd K 
Packer. Thane 
Palmer. Spencer J. 
Par doe. Kathryn B 
Parker, Clyde A. 
Parker. Karen 
Parry, JoAnna M 
Patch, Robert C 
Paulson. Jean R_ 
Pavne, John W. 
Pearson, E N 
Pearson, Clenn L 
Pehrson, Marie J. 
Perkins, Van L. 
Peterson, Dean A 
Peterson, Evan T 
Peterson. Hugh 
Pert, Boyd G. 
Phillips, William Rev* II 
Pierce, Guy 
Polevov. Leonid S 
Poll Richard D 
Poison, J Perry 
Pope. Bill J, 
Porter. Blaine M 
Porter. LeRoy 
Porter, Norma 
Poulos, Chris 
Poulson. Virginia 
Pratt, Parley M. 
Purdy. Vu^r W. 



Rasband, Mima 
Rasmussen, Ellis T 
Rasmussen. Parley 
Rasmussen. Paul G 
Ravsten, L\Tin A. 
Read. Edwin A. 
Ream. Eleanor K. 
Reasor, Carland L , Capt 
Reeder, Jess W 
Reeder. Ray 



Reunschussel E. F. 
Rich, Owen 
Rich, Russel R. 
Richards, Crant S 
Richards, R. Neal 
Richardson, Jed J 
Richinv, Nita 
Ricks. Clyde 
Riddle. Chauncey 
Ridenhour, Ted 
Rigbv. Clona M 
Rigby. J. Keith 
Risenmay, Jay C 
Robinson, Donald W. 
Robinson. Phileon B 
Ro bison, Clarence F. 
Rogers, Jerry 
Rogers. R. Max 
RoDins. Carl W 
Rollins, Ralph W 
Rollins. Ralph L 
Romney. Antone K 



Sagers. Richard D 
Sand berg. Carma 
Sandgren. Clyde D. 
Sardoni, Lawrence 
Schmidt, Donald T 
Searle. June 
Seeley, Kay 
Sessions, Sterling D 
Shaw, Don 
Shaw, Merlin J. 
Sheffield, Sherman B 
Shumway, R. Phi] 
Simmons, Elbert R. 
Sirnonsen, John M 
Skousen, Karl M 
Smart. Lyman 
Smdey, Beryl J. 
Smith, Kay H. 
Smith, Oliver R. 
Smith, Robert J 
Smith. Ruth S. 
Smith. Wilford E. 
Smithson. Rulon N, 
Smoot, Douglas L 
SneU, Wilham H. 
Snow, Richard L 
Soffe. H. Wayne 
Sonderegger, Emory O 
Sorenson, John L. 
So vine, Helen D 
Spears, Irene 
Spencer. C. Albert 
Sperrv. Sidney B 
Stanaford. S tephen 
Statham, Homer C. 
Stephens. Larry' 
Stevenson, Helen T. 
Stevenson, J. Crant 
Stewart, Crace Nixon 
Stoddard, Sharon 
Storrs. Dee L. 
Stott. Douglas 
StTingharn, Ned M. 
Struthers, Robert 
Stutz, Howard C. 
Swensen, Albert D. 
Swensen, Merlvnn 
Swensen, Russell B 
S\Tnons, Joseph N 



Takasaki. Fred Y. 
Tanner. Orea 
Tanner, Vasco 
Tanner. Wilmer W 
Tarbox, Norman 
Tate. Chartes 
Tavlor. Barbara 
Taylor, Celeste 
Tavlor. Charles 
Taylor, Ethelyn P 
Tavlor. H Darrel 
Taylor. Hal 
Taylor, Harvey L 
Taslor, John 
Taylor. Josephine C 
Taylor, L. John 
Tavlor. Lvnn D. 
Taylor, Robert C 
Taylor. W r eldon J. 
Taysom, Lloyd P 
Tetchert. Robert H 
Terrv. El%is B. 
Thatcher, J. Kenneth 
Thayer. Douglas H 
Thomas. Robert K 



Thomson, Irene 
Thomson, Lowell 
Thomson. Woodruff C. 
Thome, Lucile M. 
Tin gey. Dale 
Tippers. Frank M 
Tolrnan, L Kirk 
Tolman, Wilford J. 
Trunnell Jack 
Tucker. Karl L. 
Tuckett, Glen C. 
Turtey, Donna \ *+ 
Turner, Glen H. 
Turner. Rodney 
Turtle. EDiott 
Tyler, S. Lyman 
Tvndafl. Clarence 
Tsndall OteHa 



Uibel, Howard F 
Iflrich, Richard D. 
Utley, Quentin E. 



Valentine. Lee B. 
Vance, Barbara 
Van Cott, John 
Van Fleet, Howard 
Vance. Barbara 
Vernon. Clenn 
Vernon, Leo P. 
Viehweg, Ross 
Vincent Josie 



Wakefield. Helen 
Wakefield, J. Homer 
Wakefield. Mary Lynn 
Walker. Rudger 
Wallace. La 
Warner. Charles 
Warner, ElVon S 
Waters. Max Leroy 
Waterstradt, Jean Anne 
Watbns, Arthur R. 
Walters, Ray 
Watts. Stanley H 
Weaver. Max D 
Weaver. Ross 
Webb. Fred 
Weight, Newell 
Weinzinger, Kurt 
Welsh, Stanley L. 
West, Dale H. 
West, Roy 
Western, Harold 
White, Fred C. 
White, J. Morgan 
Whiteford. June 
Whitlock. LaBerta 
Wickes. Harry E. 
Wdcoi, Ray T. 
Wilkes. Doran F. 
W'ilbris, Ernest J. 
Wilkinson, Ernest L. 
Williams, J. Kenneth 
Williams. Tess M. 
W'illmore, Daniel E. 
Wilson, Annette 
Wilson, Arnold 
Wilson, Marguerite 
Wilson, Warren B. 
Wilson, William 
Wing, John H. 
W inward, John H 
Winward, Edward J. 
W'ii-thlin, Richard B. 
Witbeck, Alan R. 
Wood. Ciena 
Wood. Stephen 
Woodbury. Richard C 
Woodburv. Lael J. 
Woodfield, Leon W 
Woodward. Leonard 
Woodward, Margaret 
Woolf. Golden L 
Woolf. W'uham 
Wright, H. Curtis 



Yam. David H . Jr 
Young, Hazel F 
Young. Karl 



Zabnskie. Walter 






STUDENT INDEX 











JESSE LOOAINE ADAMS 


SANTA MAAIA 


CAL 




A 










SUNSET 


UTAH 




r^ 








JAMES PAUL AOAMS 


HONTPELIER 


IDA 


308 










JOlENE ADAMS 


PROVO 


UTAH 












JUOV (AREN AOAMS 


HOUSTON 


3» ItX 


332 


.»-rs *«rs«nf ncur. 


BuRBANC 


CAL 




KENDALL ADAMS 


OttEN 


UTAH 




^LCMEMCt c " »■ ■" 


FOUNTAIN GR 


UTAH 




LINDA m AOAMS 


DOWNEY 


CAL 




ALTOM FUGFnE >>BON ja 


A^O • 1 N T 


N V 




MICHAEL ADAMS 


OREM 


UTAH 


3DB 


- '■ • -'■ :■ »•- : - 








MIGNON AOAMS 


MESA 


ARIZ 


3*a 


GARfTH a *9Rorr 


roost i a 


IDA 


J2T 


NATHAN ALOERT ADAMS 








wElci askoti 


PROvO 






OHIN ARTHUR AOAMS 


RUTLAND 






LVWH XOflFBT aRBOIT 


DUlMCT 


ILL 




OSCAR R AOAMS 


CEOAB CUT 






THOMAS E ASBOTT 


PROvO 


UTAH 




NEAL LADO ADAMS 


OREM 


UTAH 




Thomas maobke assctt 


-: NNf «?■: . i . 


MINN 


3M 


RALPH LAURENCE AOAMS 


LAS VEGAS 


NLV 




JOSEPH h AftE&fiiF* 


T»IN FALLS 


IDA 




ROGER JAMES ADAMS 


LAS VEGAS 


NEV 


Ml 


JOAN *'"■-.■'■. 


TMIN FALLS 


IDA 


308 




DELTA 


UTAH 




CARE*) GENE ABEL 


SAN LEANDRO 


CAL 


JOB. 249 




AMERICAN Ft 




3T6 


PATRICIA ABEL 








RUTH GROSS ADAMS 


NAMp* 




306 


SHEB1AN AHFRCDOMRIF 


ABERDEEN 


IDA 




STEPHEN LTNN ADAMS 


RIO VISTA 


CAL 


IS* 


CHARLES L ABERCRAWBtF 


INDIANAPOLIS 


|ND 




SHERRIE a ADAMS 


LAVTON 


UTAH 


;:t 


6A0» (. AHFRCROMBIE 


ABERDEEN 


IDA 




SHIRLET ANN ADAMS 


LAS VEGAS 


NEV 




RALPH L ABFRCROMBIE 


HUBBARD 


OREG 




SARA JANE AOAMS 


SAM DIEGO 


CAL 


396 


RUTH MARIE ABFRS0LP 


EL PASO 


te» 


366 • 191 


VICEI LORRAINE AOA-S 


HUNTINGTON PA 


CAL 




RENMT t ABE9LF 


LEHI 


UTAH 


33S 


ALLEN GRANT ADAmsOn 


pleasant grov 


uTam 




LOUISE ABERSOLO 


el paso 


TE» 




OENNIS (AT ADAMSON 


PL GROVE 


UTAH 




HOWARD AKRAM^ 


SALEM 


Ut AM 




JANET A ADAMSON 


TORONTO ONT 


6 CAN 


35* 


OAJtLEME R ABRAHOVSCI 


LOS ANGELES 


• 5 CAL 


30 a 




PROVO 






DIANE "81-1" 


SALT LAKE CT 


UTAH 


3!* 


JOTU M JOE M 


BOMBAT 






»NNFTTF ABRECHTSEN 






213 


F DONALD ADO 15 


OREM 






CELIA C ACtERSON 


SAN MARINO 


CAL 


9M 


JOE AOVANI 






Jis 


arthu» David acosta 


VALLEJO 


CAL 




JOTU h AOVANI 






392 


""■i gatle aoai* 


LUNa 




ZII 


ISABEL HELEN AGNEv 


OAKvlLLE ONT 


CAN 


M 1 


• ■■■■> aoair 


ORDERVlLLE 


UTAH 




HABGASET ANNE AGNE • 


SAN MATEO 


CAL 


K- 


■ ILLIAM IVOR li-- 


-CAB 


UTAH 


392. 212 


LAVERNA D AHLEAH 


Sh|PROCK 






TVONNE ARAIR 


•ESA 


ARII 


308 


JOSEPHINE L AHLSTEOT 


FRANKLIN PAUA 


III 


21V 


BOtD maOsEN i.ji" 


PROvO 


UTAH 




GlENOA lEE AMLSTROM 


LAS VEGAS 


NEV 


3T2 


'■»"»' LEt ADAMS 


HALSEt 


OREG 




PAUL • AMLSTROM JR 


-■>-,. FALLS 


IDA 


lea 


CONROT H a DAMS 


OREM 






PARVII AHMAOt 


SALT LAAt CTT 




;* ■ 


CARLE* JO* ADAMS 


SACRAMENTO 


CAL 




JERRT JOE AMMERT 


PROVO 




236 


DAVID M ioa»s 


NDNTICELLO 


UTAH 


35* 




UOONEVILLE 






OARHTL A ADAMS 




ARII 


397, 19*. 236 


BlLLIE JANE AH MOO 


HOMOLUAU 


HAW 


366 


DOM RAT ADAMS 


OREM 


UTAH 




LUCILLE M AIKEN 


COLFAX 


■ ASM 


191 


"HIE ANN AOAMS 


NARAN* 


ARII 


361 


BATMOM0 ELMIN AIT.EN 


PROVO 


UTAH 




DEMMIS GlENB ADAMS 


BIC *tSTA 


CAL 




TAT LEIUl A1NA 


PRO W o 


UTAH 


21? 


GLENN EOtfARD AOA'S 


PORTLAND 


ORE 




kalaunani t aina 


HILO 






GAIL "OAhS 






131 


JOSEPH i .-■si AJAX 


GLEN ELLEN 


CAL 




J««1ET . ... 


PROVO 


UTAH 




JOHN MALULANI '• . JR 


KAMEOHE 


HAW 


366 



SADAHIC0 H AKINOTO 


SANTA MONICA 


CAL 




KENT ■■!!'. ALAMO 


MONTPCLIER 


I0A 


30 a 


JAMES P AL6ACM 


LEOvlLLE sasa 


CAN 


308 


SHARON LARAE AlBISTON 


LOvElOCK 


NEV 




DawnE BELINDA ALBACM 


WATSONVILLE 


CAL 


161, 164, 3*0 


SHERRV LFE AlBRETMSEN 


CABET 


IOA 


301 


ANNETTE ALBBECHTSEN 




UTAH 


330 


JANICE OFF ALOEAN 


BAtERSFIELD 


CAL 




NOLAN BA» ALCORN 






37* 


JEFFREV M ALDER 


L0S ANGELES 


CAL 


308 


JANICE R'^TH AL0EP 


PASADENA 


CAL 


37* 


SHARON BCnEE AlOFR 


MELBA 


IOA 


308 


MARV ALDFR 


MIOWAT 


UTAH 




MERNA TOLA ALDFR 


WEISER 


IDA 


3*6 


DANIEL PAUL ALDRIOGE 


PROvO 


UTAH 




BASBAba ALEXANDER 


Cupertino 


CAL 




ROBERT A ALETANDER JR 


SAN BERNABDIN 


CAL 


170 


IAREN ANN ALGER 


PROVO 


UTAH 


333 


DAVID LERO" ALLDREOGE 


KENSINGTON 


MO 


308 


LILLIAN f ALLDBEDT.E 


«T GEORGE 


UTAM 


372 


CAROL ALLDREOGE 


kEnsingtit. 


HO 


133. 366 


"ON E ALLDREOGE 


BOISF 


IDA 




ANTOINE OON ALLDBEOGF 


MESA 


AR12 


31* 


MAR* JO ALLEMAN 


MONTEBE* PARK 


CAL 


188. 366 


NADINE i.:. '-is 


INGLEwOOO 


CAL 


3D3. 306. 3*6 


ALICE IRFNE ALLEN 


PALO ALTO 


CAL 


338 


ADBIENNE T ALLEN 


JEROME 


IDA 




CAROL ALL EN 


PROVO 


■JTAH 


1*0 


CHARLOTTF ANN ALLEN 


OR EN 


UTAH 




CLTDE MARIAN ALLEN 


SAN ANTONIO 


TE» 




DAVID T ALLEN 


PLEASANT OR 


UTAH 




DIANE ALLEN 


LOS GATOS 


CAL 


3S0 


DAVID T ALLEN 


PROVO 






OARwIN Cl*DE ALLBFD 




IDA 




FLORENE U.UOI 


SAFFORD 


Aft 12 


398 


GAB* BVBlA* ALLEN 


MESA 


Aft 12 




GAR* ROSs ALLEN 




CAL 




HENRT LAMAfi ALLEN 


JACKSONVILLE 1 


FLA 




IRENE ALLFN 






219 


JAMES SLOAN ALLEN 


PROVO 


UTAH 




JANET L ALLEN 


VAN NUV5 


CAL 


126 


JOANNE ■ ALLEN 


CALDWELL 


IDA 




JOAN ALLEN 


PROvO 


UTAH 




JU0* G ALLEN 


GUNN I SON 


COLO 


3*6 


JUOV DAWN ALLEN 


SPRINGVlLLE 


UTAH 


390 


CAThERINF MARIE ALLFN 


SONNTSIOE 


WASH 


236. 3SB 


LARRT F ALLEN 


FARMING TON 


M H 





41 Z 



LOUISE ALU'* 


PROVO 


UTAH 


HART.O E ALLEN 


ALTADENA 


CAL 


MARY INE? ALLEN 


PROVO 


UTAH 


H JANEANNE ALLEN 


MESA 


mi; 


ORIN DAN ALLEN 


OR EM 


UTAH 


PAUL ELWOOD ALLEN 


PL GROVE 


UTAH 


RICHARO JOHN ALLEN 


RAYMOND ALTA 


CAN 


RICHARD ALLEN 


LOS ANGELES bt 


CAL 


ROONEY LIONEL ALLEN 


ROCHESTER 




ROBERT F ALLEN 


GLENOALE 


ARIZ 


ROLLlN ARREL ALLEN 


BLACKFOOT 


IDA 


SHARON JFAN ALLEN 


WIESBADEN 


GERM 


STANLEY BERRY ALLEN 


PROVO 


UTAH 


SANDRA GALE ALLEN 


MESA 


ARIZ 


WILLIAM ROSS ALLEN 


DRAPER 


UTAH 


KATHRYN ALLEY 


PROVO 


UTAH 


MARGARET DENISE ALLEY 


OGOEN 


UTAH 


FRANK THOMAS ALLEY 


NILLRRE 


CAL 


MICHAEL LEWIS ALLEY 


SPOKANE 


WASH 


WAYNE ALLGAIER 


ARLINGTON 




Eleanor j aliison 


PIRU 


CAL 


LYNN E ALLINGTON 


OAKLAND 1 


CAL 


GLENN W ALLMAN JR 


PROVO 


UTAH 


JENNETTE ALLMAN 


PROVO 


UTAH 


OON JAY ALLMAN 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 


MONTE JOHN ALLMAN 


SPRINGVILLE 




MARILYN ALLPHIN 


OREM 


UTAH 


JESSIE AOElI ALLPHIN 


OREM 


UTAH 


PEGGY J ALLPHIN 


KENNEwtCK 


WASH 


ANNALUE ALLRED 


NO SACRENENTO 


CAL 


CAROLYN SUE ALLREO 


S L C 


UTAH 


darwin clyoe allred 






darwin allred 






DUANE OWfN ALLRED 


RICHLAND 


WASH 


DORIS JEAN ALLRED 


WASHINGTON 


D C 


FREDDY R ALLRED 


PROVO 


UTAH 


GARTH W ALLRED 


PROVO 


UTAH 


JUDITH LYNNE ALLRED 


WHEAT RIDGE 


COLO 


LESLIE DFE ALLRED 


PROVO 


UTAH 


MARY ALLRED 


BOUNTIFUL 


UTAH 


MELVA LEF ALLRFO 


PROVO 


UTAH 


MERLIN DUANE ALLRED 


PROVO 


UTAH 


MICHAEL W ALLRED 


LEHI 


UTAH 


REBECCA MARY ALLRED 


LEHI 


UTAH 


RULON BRENT ALLRED 


LEHI 


UTAH 


SHARON ALLRED 


OREM 


UTAH 


VARLAN DALE ALLRED 


PROVO 


UTAH 


WARREN G ALLRED 


ALBUOuEROuE 


N M 


WALLACE P ALLRED 


SALT LAKE CTY 




MARGERY ALMOND 


SUNSET 


UTAH 


LYNNE ALLSOP 


LAS VEGAS 


NEV 


RAV MAOTFL ALMOND 


PRESTON 


IDA 


PATRICIA ANN ALTMAN 


ORISKANY 




JOHN K Al STROM 


FRESNO 


CAL 


SANDRA M ALVORD 




ARIZ 


STEPHEN L AMES 


MORONI 


UTAH 


TERRY W AMES 


PROVO 


UTAH 


FRANCES LOUISE AMMONS 


PUEBLO 


COLO 


JEAN AMEND 


PORTLAND 


ORE 


IDA GRACF AMMONS 


PUEBLO 


COLO 


ROBERT LFE AKOUREUX 


PROVO 


UTAH 


SUSAN MARIE AfTOFT 


EL CERRITO 


CAL 


SUE ELLEN AMUNDSEN 


LAS VEGAS 


NEV 


JERRY WAYNE AMUSSEN 


CHEYENNE 


WYO 


LILLIAN FAY ANALLA 


GALLUP 




CORDELL M ANDERSEN 


PROVO 




DIAN ANDERSEN 


SAN DIEGO 


CAL 


OONALO J ANDERSEN 


SODA SPRINGS 


IDA 


GERALD PAUL ANDERSEN 


CHANDLER 


ARIZ 


JOYCE ANDERSEN 


OREM 


UTAH 


LEE G ANnERSEN 


BOISE 


IDA 


LINDA R ANDERSEN 


OGDEN 


UTAH 


KATHLEEN ANDERSEN 


SAN DIEGO 


CAL 


MYRTLE KAY ANDERSEN 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


MARLO RAY ANDERSEN 






NAOMI OlANE ANDERSEN 


ELSINORE 


UTAH 


RONALD G ANDERSEN 


SODA SPRINGS 


IDA 


NORA S ANDERSEN 


OREM 


UTAH 


SHIRLENE L ANDERSEN 


MESA 


ARIZ 


THOMAS M ANDERSEN 


LOS ANGELES 36 


CAL 


TREVOR t ANDERSEN 


OREM 


UTAH 


TODD G ANDERSEN 


ELSINORE 


UTAH 


ALAN ROBERT ANDERSON 


PROVO 


UTAH 


ANITA ANDERSON 


VERNAL 


UTAH 


ANNE ANDFRSON 


ALPINE 


UTAH 


AROITH A ANDFRSON 


LACANADA 


CAL 


ARTHUR CARL ANDFRSON 


GLENNSFERRY 


IDA 


ARLFN VON ANDERSON 


RIGBY 


IDA 


AUDREY J ANDERSON 


OREM 


UTAH 


AVIS MARIE ANDERSON 


PAYSON 


UTAH 


BARCLAY W ANDERSON 


WESTMINSTER 


CAL 


BRENOA ANDERSON 


SPRINGVILLE 




CAROL L ANDERSON 


DOWNEY 


CAL 


CNERIE WAYNE ANDERSON 


MINNEAPOLIS 9 


MINN 


CLYDE THOMAS ANDERSON 


AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 


DANIEL W ANDERSON 






DEAN RAY ANDERSON 


PROVO 


UTAH 


DELL IS M ANDFRSON 


PROVO 


UTAH 


DIANE ANnERSON 






DONNA ANDFRSON 


SPRINGVILLE 




DUWAYNE DEE ANDERSON 


SALT LAKE CTY 




eddy e Anderson 


CMEHALIS 


WASH 


ERNEST ANDERSON JR 


PROVO 


UTAH 


EUNICE ANDERSON 


VERNAL 




FAYE L ANDERSON 


PROVO 


UTAH 


GARY A ANDERSON 


BUHL 


IDA 


GARY ANDERSON 






GEORGE GUY ANDERSON 


SAFFORD 


ARIZ 


GLORIA J ANDERSON 


SHELLEY 


IDA 


HELVIE D ANDERSON 


AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 


1LA ANDERSON 


GRANTSVILLE 


UTAH 


JACOUELlNE ANDERSON 


PASADENA 




JANE ELLEN ANDERSON 


SAN BERNAROIN 


CAL 


JEROME GREGG ANDERSON 






JEAN ANDERSON 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


JOAN ELLEN ANDERSON 


LIVINGSTON 




JOHN A ANDERSON 


N HOLLYWOOD 


CAL 


JOHN LENARD ANDERSON 


CEDAR CITY 


UTAH 


JOHN STEPHEN ANDERSON 


RICHFIELD 


UTAH 


JOHN RONALD ANDERSON 


WENDOVER 




JULIA ESTHER ANDERSON 


PLEASANT GROV 


UTAH 


JULIA J ANOERSON 


WEISER 


IDA 


KAREL ANN ANDERSON 


SPANISH FORK 




CARFN M ANDERSON 


PRESTON 


IDA 


KENNA ANDFRSON 


BUflLEY 


IDA 


KENNETH W ANDERSON 


AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 


KEITH L ANOERSON 


PROVO 


UTAH 


LA DELL ANDERSON 


OGDEN 


UTAH 


LARRY E ANOERSON 


LA GRANDE 


ORE 


LAWRENCE ANDERSON 


SANTA MONICA 


CAL 



178. 190. 198 



LARR' 



,NOEH 



ANDERSON 
LINDA LEF ANDERSON 
LOMA KATIF ANDERSON 
LINDA JANE ANDERSON 
LINDA LOlf ANDERSON 
LINDA J ANDERSON 
LOUIS S ANOERSON 
LOUISE ANOERSON 
LUANA ANDERSON 

ANOERSON 






JOY 



RSON 



merrily anderson 
marva anderson 
nancy ann anoerson 
newell s anderson 
neil m anderson 
norlene anderson 
norman anderson 
patsy emma anderson 
patsy kay anderson 
paul brent anderson 
preston roy anderson 
raymond e anderson 
rebecca ann anderson 
richaro j anderson 
robert a anderson jr 
robert ■ anderson 
ronald 6 anderson 
ronald o anoerson 
roland e anderson 
sally l anoerson 
sandra j andfrson 
sandra j anderson 
scott anderson 
sherman p anderson 
sharon Ellen Anderson 
sheila l andfrson 

SMAlJNA ANDERSON 
SHAREL ANDERSON 
STEVEN LFIGH ANDERSON 
STEVEN ALVIN ANDERSON 
STEPHEN JOHN ANDERSON 
TERRY GENE ANDFRSON 
THOMAS E ANDERSON 
THAYNE I ANDERSEN 
VALAYNE ANDERSON 
VERDEANA ANDERSON 
DOROTHY J ANOERTON 
ROSS LESLIE ANDRA 
FREDERICK J ANOREASEN 
NYALS A ANDREASON 
GLENDA KAY ANDREW 
JAMES G ANDREW 
ALEC VEIC.M ANORUS 
LINDA B ANDREWS 
NICHOLAS W ANDREWS 
ANTONE MARLUN ANDRU. 
JAMES G ANORUS 
IRENE ANORUS 
LOUIS JOHN ANDRUS 



GARDEN GROVE 

PLEASANT GR 

LOS ANGELES 2< 

MESA 

COTTONWOOD 

OLYMPIA 

PROVO 

LANCASTER 

OKLAHOMA CITY 

OELTA 

HAZEL TON 

OREM 

PROVO 

SPANISH FORK 



SALT LAKE < 

OREM 

OREM 

TREMONTON 

BOISE 

PROVO 



BLACKFOOT 



SUNYVALE 


CAL 


PASADENA 


CAL 


SPRING CITY 


UTAH 


FAIRVIEW 






UTAH 


MERIDIAN 


IDA 


MtDVALE 


UTAH 


ANNABELLA 


UTAH 


IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 


PRESTON 


IDA 


BURLEY 


IOA 


NORWALK 


CAL 


OREM 


UTAH 


IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 


PROVO 


UTAH 


ARCADIA 


CAL 


GRANGEVILLE 


IDA 


DRAPER 


UTAH 


PROVD 


UTAH 


MARION 


UTAH 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 



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IZ6. 186. 360 



188. 2*3. 172 



ARIZ 228 



MARJEAN K ANDRUS 
MARIE E ANDRUS 
NONA ALICE ANDRUS 
DALE EUGENE ANSTINE 
ARDIS LYNN ANGEL 
LILLIAN ANOLLA 
ROBERT EDWARD ANTHON 
KENNA MAE ANTHON 
EDWIN DELL ANTHONY 
CHARLES E ANTON I 
GERALD ANTONE 
GREGORY JAY APPLEGAIE 
OENISE AOOLEGATE 
ETHEL YVONNE APPLETON 
DONALD EDWARD APPLEBY 
JUDITH S APPLEBAUM 
HUMBERTO ARAGON 
SALOMON ARANDA 
Ramon VERNON ARAVE 
MARY B ARBON 
GARY KAY ARBON 
ROBERT ARBON 
JOAN L ARCHIBALD 
AVIS MARIE AROIAN 
BARBARA ANN ARDIAN 
AZALEA ARKANSAS 
LAWRENCE H ARMGA 
SHARON JANE ARMBRUST 
LEONARD J ARMSTRONG 
JAY D ARMSTRONG 
JAMES P ARMSTRONG 
PAULETTE ARMSTRONG 
MICHELE D ARMSTRONG 
MARTHA L ARMSTRONG 
WILLIAM A ARMSTRONG 
CAROLYN ARNELL 
RONALD C ARNETT 
KENT ARNOLD ARNETT 
WILLIAM WALTER ARNETT 
SYDNEY ARNETT 
CAROL DAWN ARNOLD 
FRANK H ARNOLD 
ELIZABETH MAY ARNOLD 
JOAN SHIRLEY ARNOLD 
RICHARD REAO ARNOLD 
SHAUNA M ARNOLDSEN 
REY L ARNOLD 
RICHARD J ARNOLD 
SHIGEKA2U ASADA 
EVAN C ARTHUR 
SANDRA ARTHUR 
DONALD H ASAY 
ESTELLA D ASAY 
JANE ANN ASAY 
LYNN J ASAY 
KATHLEEN ASAY 
SANDRA LOU ASAY 
GWENDOLYN L ASBELL 
WAYNE WORTHAM ASAY 
GLENNA LEE ASH 
FREDR1C JUDD ASH 
LLOYD KAY ASH 
J ROLAND ASHBY 
LYN ASHARO 
NOLA ASK 
ARDA RUTH ASHBY 
DELROY N ASHBY 
CARLENE ASHBY 
KAROLYN ASHBY 
B NED TAYLOR ASHBY 
MARLENE ASHBY 
RALPH EDWARD ASHBY 
RONALD RALPH ASHBY 
TAMARA ASHBY 
STANLEY BERT ASHBY 
PHILLIP W ASHCROFT 
LAWRENCE B ASHCRAFT 
SHARON A ASHCROFT 
RACHEL DEANNA ASHLEY 
HAROLD L ASHMAN 
RICHARO Z ASHMORE 
GLENALEE P ASHMORE 
SHERYL ASHMAN 
LARRY IVAN ASHMENT 
CL1VE E A5HTON 
ALEXANDRA ASKTON 
LINDA ASHTON 
MARLOWE KENT ASHTON 
RAMONA MAY P ASHTON 

PETER PEAY ASHWORTH 
MARY K ASPLUNO 
CAROLYN LUCY ASTIN 
LYNNE ASTWOOD 
ELAINE M ASTON 
RODNEY M ATACK 
CURTIS LYMAN ATKIK 
ROY DAVID ATKIN 
GWENDA FAY ATKINSON 
DELBERT W ATKINSON 
DAVID EARL ATKINSON 
JUDY ANN ATKINSON 
ALVIN JAY ATKINSON 
JOHN HORACE ATKINSON 
LEONARD D ATKINSON 
NOLA ATKINSON 
MERLE L ATKINSON 
STEPHEN C ATKINSON 
HOSSEIN ATTARI 
EVA LARAINE ATTERTON 
CLOYD PRESTON ATWOOO 
ROBERT ATWOOD 
WALTER D ATWOOD 
LLOYD EARL AUGUSTINE 
SHERRI AUERNIG 
Thomas c auger jr 

FRANK CHARLES AUSMAN 
ALLAN GENE AUSTIN 
IDA ELAINE AUSTIN 
JOHN MAXFIELD AUSTIN 
LARRY B AUSTIN 
MEREDITH AUSTIN 
PAULA JOYCE AUSTIN 
MERRILY V AUSTIN 
STEVEN REES AUSTIN 
RICHARD M AUSTIN 
ROGER LEE AUSTIN 
JAN AVATI 
ALEXANDRA AVATI 
BETH ELAINE AVERETT 
GINGER AVERETT 
DOUGLAS W AVERY 
DAVID FRANKLIN AVERY 
KLAUS AXMAN 
MAX EDWARD AYCOCK 
LOMAN F AYDELOTTE 
HASSAN AZIMZADEH 
LONNIE DOUGLAS AVERS 
CAROLYN V AYRES 
JEAN KATHLEEN AYRES 
DON CHARLES AVLETT 



LINDA C BAB8 
RICHARD HENRY BABCOCK 
SHONNEE BABCOCK 
RONALD M BACHER 
DANIEL LEVI BACHLER 
JUDITH ANN 6ACHMAN 
BRENDA ANN BACHTEL 
SUSAN JESSIE BACHMAN 
ELAINE BACON 
RITA BACON 
LEON BADHOM 
LEON BADHAM 
VICKI B BADHAM 
MARVIN BADGER 
DELROY P BADHAM 
JAMES LOGAN BAEfl 
MARILYN LOUISE BAER 
OVANNESS BAGHOOMIAN 
JULIE ROSE BAGLEY 
LYNETTE BAGLEY 
SHAROLYN BAGLEY 
NANCY 8 BAGNES 
ROSEMARY F BAHR 
HOWARD MINER BAHR 
BILLIE N BAILEY 
BARBARA RAE BAILEY 
DUWAYNE C BAILEY 
CARROLL G BAILEY 
CONSTANCE BAILEY 
DAVID PAUL BAILEv 111 
GARY LEE BAILEY 
JANNIECE RAE BAILEY 
JOHN WILLIAM BAILEY 
LOLETA S BAILEY 
MERRILL J BAILEY 
ROBERT WALTER BAILEY 
PETER BAILEY 
RAYMOND T BAILEY 
SUSAN LYNNE BAILEY 
TRUDY ANN BAILEY 
DOROTHY H BAILIE 
BAR) JEAN BAILLlE 
DARLENE B BAIN 
JANET L BAIN 
ADELE BAIRD 



SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


PASADENA 


CAL 


PROVO 


UTAH 


YORK 


PA 


PROVO 


UTAH 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 


PROVO 


UTAH 


LOS ANGELES 6 


6 CAL 


MAYDEN 


ARIZ 


MARYSVALE 


UTAH 


RICHFIELD 


UTAH 


RICHFIELD 


UTAH 


SACRAMENTU N 


CAL 


CEDAR RAPIDS 


IOWA 


PROVO 


UTAH 


CHIHUAHUA 


MEX 


CH|H 


MEX 


IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 




UTAH 


GRANTSVILLE 


UTAH 


POCATELLO 


IDA 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UIAH 


TEMPLE CITY 


CAL 


OAK HARBOR 


WASH 


CHEROKEE 


N C 


TWIN FALLS 


IDA 


BOULOER CITY 


NEV 


BOULDER 


COLO 


RIGBY 


IDA 


GLENDALE 


CAL 


WESTMJNSIEfl 


CAL 


SPOKANE 




DOE HILL 


VA 


Thompson man 


CAN 


MONTPELIER 


IDA 


KALESPELL 




KALI SPELL 


MONT 


MESA 


ARIZ 


MESA 


ARIZ 


PUYALLUP 




PROVO 


UTAH 


SALT LAKE 


UTAH 


SEATTLE 


3 WASH 


AURORA 


COLO 


OREM 


UTAH 


OGOEN 


UTAH 


SEATTLE 


3 WASH 


SUIT A OSAKA 


JAP 


HUNTINGTON PK 


CAL 


OUR AN GO 


COLO 


PROVO 


UTAH 


LOVELL 


WYO 


OGDEN 


UTAH 


PROVO 


UTAH 


BYRON 


WYO 


PROVO 


UTAH 


TVALOOSTA 




PROVO 


UTAH 


PROVO 


UTAH 


BUHL 


IDA 


PLEASANT GROV 


UTAH 


OU1NCY 


WASH 


SALT LAKE 


UTAH 


PLEASANT GR 


UTAH 


WILMINGTON 


DEL 


NYSSA 


ORE 


RALSTON 


WTO 


PROVO 


UTAH 


PROVO 


UTAH 


NEW PLTMOUTH 


IOA 


PROVO 


UTAH 


RANDOLPH AFB 


TEX 


BURLEY 


IDA 


RICHFIELD 


UTAH 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 


TETON 


IDA 


E AG A It 


ARIZ 


TIMBERLAKE 


N C 


MtDVALE 


UIAH 


NEWHALL 


CAL 


ULANDING 




MI OVALE 


UIAH 


PEORIA 


ILL 


PORTLANO 


OREG 


OREM 


UTAH 


POINTE CLAIRE 


QUE 


SALT LAKE 


UTAH 


LAS VEGAS 


NEV 


BAKERSFIELD 


CAL 


LTH8RDG ALTA 


CBN 


PALO ALTO 


CAL 


ENTERPRISE 


UREG 


CANONSBUNG 


PA 


CHEYENNE 




CEDAR CITY 


UTAH 


BOULDER CITY 


NEV 


SANDY 


UTAH 


AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 


PLACERVILLE 


CAL 


PROVO 


UTAH 


BEND 


OREG 


DEARBORN 


6 MICH 


MARTINEZ 


CAL 


PROVO 


UTAH 


PROVO 


UTAH 


RICHFIELD 


UTAH 


PROVO 


UTAH 


CHEHALIS 


WASH 


pleasant gr 


UTAH 


SPANISH FORK 


UTAH 


FRESNO 


CAL 


MANSFIELD 


OHIO 


BOUNTIFUL 


UTAH 


NAPA 


CAL 


FLUSHING 65 N Y 


LONG BEACH 


CAL 


GLENDALE 


CAL 


RIVERSIDE 


CAL 


ROY 




MAGRATH ALTA 


CAN 


SAN LEANDRO 


CAL 


AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 


IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 


PROVO 


UTAH 


LONG BEACH 


CAL 


RED BANK 


N J 


LAS VEGAS 




MEADOW 


UTAH 


FARMING TON 




STONY POINT 




SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


VERNAL 


UTAH 


PROVO 


UTAH 


ME SHED 


IRAN 


LEWISTON 


IDA 


ETNA 


CAL 


SALEM 


OREG 


LOS ANGtLES 


CAL 



ST JOSEPH 


MO 


EL CAJON 


CAL 


OGDEN 


UTAH 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


WHITEFISH 


MUNI 


BOULDER CITY 


NEV 


ARVADA 


COLO 


HENDERSON 


NEV 


IDAHO FALLS 




SALEM 


ORE 


PAYSON 


UTAH 


SEATTLE 


WASH 


HEYBURN 


IDA 


PROVO 


UTAH 


VAN WERT 


OHIO 


BOISE 


IDA 


TEHERAN 1 


3 IRAN 


GROVER 


WYO 


SUNNYSIDE 


WASH 


SALT LAKE CTY 




EL CERRITO 


CAL 


YAKIMA 


WASH 


BISMARCK 


N D 


CASTRO VALLEY 


CAL 


MURRAY 


UTAH 


REDDING 


CAL 


MONTEREY PARK 


CAL 


PROVO 


UTAH 


PALO ALTO 


CAL 


PROVO 


UIAH 


ALBION 


IDA 


Mfc ADVILLt 


PA 


TACOMA 


WASH 


MESA 


ARIZ 


BURLEY 


IDA 


S LETHBRIDGE 


ALTA 


AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 


BERKELEY 


CAL 


DENVER 


COLO 


PROVO 


UTAH 


LARAMIE 


WYO 


SALT LAKE 


UTAH 


SAN FRANCISCO 


CAL 


LEWISTON 


IOA 



JOANNE P BAIRD 


PROVO 


UTAH 


JOHN EDWIN BAIRD II 


OREM 


UTAH 


JOSEPH MARK BAIRD 


DRAPER 


UTAH 


JAMES E BAIRD 


PROVO 


UTAH 


MARGARET ANN BAIRO 


BRIGHAM CITY 


UTAH 


LAVONNE RONNIE BAIRD 


CONCORD 


CAL 


REY LORENZO BAIRD 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


ROBERT KAY BAIRD 


POWELL 


WYO 


ROBFRT A BAIRD 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


WILFORD F BAIRD 


PROVO 


UTAH 


EDMUND JESSE BAK 


FELTON 


DEL 


CONNIE LARAE BAKER 


RICHLAND 


WASH 


FRANK FARR BAKER 


OGDEN 


UTAH 


FRANCIS BAKER 


AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 


FRANK ALVIN BAKER JR 


YUBA CITY 


CAL 


Gladys baker 


BICKNELL 


UTAH 


JANET M RAKER 


MENLO PARK 


CAL 


JERALD £ BAKER 


fobt Shaw 


MONT 


JOAN CAROL 8AKER 


nyssa 


ORE 


JILLAINE KAY BAKER 


POHTEflVlLLE 


C*L 


JOAN BAKFR 


WHITTIER 


CAL 


KATHLEEN L BAKFR 


BURBANK 


CAL 


KATHERINF XAE RAKER 


PROVO 


UTAH 


LEGRAND L 1 STON BAKER 


PROVO 


UTAH 


LEORU SHOOPMAN BAKER 


LONG BEACH 


CAL 


LYNN BAKFR 


MENLO PARK 


CAL 


LETTY BAiER 






PARLEY J RAKER 


BURLEY 


IDA 


PATRICIA ANNE BAKER 


MAYWOOO 


CAL 


reed w baker 


PROVO 


UTAH 


ROBFRT E BAKER 


EUGENE 


ORE 


REEVES WILMER BAKER 


ESCALANTE 




SHIRLENE AFTON BAKER 


BURLEY 


IDA 


STANLEY rFNT BAKER 


PROVO 


UTAH 


SUSAN LYNN RAKER 


MENLO PARK 


CAL 


VIRGINIA LOREE BAKER 


PHOENIX 


ARIZ 


WILLIAM T BAKER 


OENVER I 


COLO 


WALLACE H BAKER 


MENLO PARK 


CAL 


MARTHA MARIE BALOAUF 


OE LANCE Y 




CHARLES S BALDREE 


OEARBORN 


MICH 


BOBBY HEWITT BALDREE 


AYDEN 


N C 


LOUISE M BALOAUF 


OELANCEY 




ELSIE E BALOAUF 


OELANCEY 




ELIZABETH F BALDWIN 


ITHACA 




DOROTHY JEAN BALDWIN 


PALATKA 




MARILYN I BALDWIN 


WHITTIER 


C*L 


RONALD L BALDWIN 


CLAWSON 




ROMN RAY BALES 


DUBOIS 


PA 


MAUREEN RALE 


LAS VEGAS 


NEV 


ROGER GUYMON BALE 


CHULA VISTA 


CAL 


HANSFORD D BALL 


N W1LKESBORO 


N C 


DEAN LEROY BALL 


PROVO 


UTAH 


ELENORA DOERR BALL 


PROVO 


UTAH 


DAVID J BALL 


LEWISVILLE 


IDA 


ORSON W BALL 


LEWISVILLE 


IDA 


NANCY ANN BALL 


SPRINGFIELD 




NORMAN JAY BALL 


PROVO 




JOHN ROGFR BALL 


SPRINGFIELD 


ILL 


ROBFRT E BALL 


BURLEY 




ROGER ENYART BALL 




CAL 


MARTHA J BALLANTYNE 


BOULDER CITY 


NEV 


MELVlN B BALLANTYNE 


NYSSA 


OREG 


NANCY LEE BALLANTYNE 


WIHNEMUCIA 


NEV 


VEROON W BALLANTYNE 


OREM 




3RYCE R RALLARD 


ELKO 


NEV 


DELWORTH W BALLARD 


HURRICANE 


UTAH 


FRANK L RALLARD 


SANDPOINT 




PATRICIA L RALLARD 


PROvO 


UTAH 


ORLANDO n BALLARD JR 


WHITTIER 


CAL 


RACHEL H BALLARD 


DRAPER 


UTAH 


RONALD N BALLARD 


PASADENA 


CAL 


ROBERT HOLT BALLARD 


SAN DIEGO 


CAL 


LYNN PAUL BALLARD 


OGDEN 


UTAH 


KATHLEEN | BALLER 


LOS ANGELES 


CAL 


FREDERICK KARL BALLI 


SALT LAKE CTY 9 UTAH 


BONNIE LAURIS RALLlF 


PROVO 




ANN BALMFORTH 


EL CERRITO 


CAL 


JAMES PHILLIP BANFORO 


R1CHNON0 


CAL 


JOYCE BANGERTER 


CLEARFIELO 


UTAH 


BRUCE R RANGERTER 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


FLOEE JUNF BANGFRTER 


GRFEN RIVFR 


WYO 


SANDRA ROSF BANG 


CINCINNATI A 


OHIO 


SUE ELLEN BANKFR 


PHOENIX 


ARIZ 


DOUGLAS W BANKS 


GALLUP 




JEANNE WANDA BANKS 


OLATHE 


COLO 


RANDY W RANKS 


EL PASO 


TEX 


STEPHEN vFRN BANKS 


RAWLINS 




MABLE juanita BANTA 


PARMA 


IDA 


earl j Banner 


DECLO 


IDA 


RONNIE JFAN BARREN 


W JORDAN 


UTAH 


JANICE BARREN 


WEST JORDAN 




KENNETH F RARBFR 


IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 


DAVID KENT RARBFR 




UTAH 


FIIGFNE L BARRE7AT 


MFRIOIAN 


IDA 


WILLIAM A BAHRO?A 


NA"PA 


IDA 


LAURA OLIVE BARCLAY 


BLACKFOOT 


IDA 


RFTTY ANN BAROIN 


ARLINGTON 


CAL 


DENNI S C BARES 


AURURN 


WASH 


DAN CHRISTIAN BARFUSS 


EAGLE 


IDA 


EMIilO BaRFNG 




HAW 


JA'«FS V RARENTINE 


LAKEVIEW 


ORE 


JAMES EVANS BARF1ELD 


N LAS VtGAS 


NEV 


KIM GORDON BARGFRON 


PROVD 


UTAH 


CECIL B nARGFRON 


PROVO 


UTAH 


RICHARD FNLlS BARKER 


OREM 


UTAH 


FOMIINO S**IIH PARKFR 




IDA 


OF^NIS NOLAN RARrFR 


LEHI 




ROY GENE BARKER 


DOWNEY 




MICHAEL AL«N BARKER 


BAKERSFIELD 


CAL 


PAUL E BARKER 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


SHIRLEY ANN BARKER 


REEOSHURG 


WIS 


SHARON V BARKSDALE 


LONGVIEW 


TEX 


ELBERT GFNE HARLOW 


DENVER 


COLO 


BOWMAN BARLOW 


PROVO 


UTAH 


EDMuNO JAMES BARLOW 


SANTA MONICA 


CAL 


CHARLES FfiMUND BARLOW 


LAY TON 


UTAH 


GAYLE BAoiOW 


DENVER 


COLO 


ROBFRT DFAN BARLOW 


DENVER 


COLO 


"AX GEOA L D BARLOW 


POCATELLO 


IDA 


WILFORD L BARLOW 


BOUNTIFUL 


UTAH 


JEANNE KAY BARNARD 


HYATTSVILLE 


MD 


ARTHUR P BARNES 


ARCO 


IOA 


GLENDA R BARNES 


BLACKFOOT 


IDA 


josfph floyd barnes 


RALEIGH 


N C 


JAMES RAY BARNES 


OILOALE 


CAL 


HAThRYN BARNES 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


LINDA JANE BARNES 


CRESTLINE 


CAL 


"ILTON DFE BARNES 


LEWISVILLE 


IDA 


RICHARO F BARNES 


ARCADIA 


CAL 


"ARLIN A RAflNFS 


LEHI 


UTAH 


ROBERTA I RAPNF^ 


LONG BEACH 


CAL 


GARY LEW RARNETT 


PPOVO 


UTAH 


DENNI S A BARNETT 


PLEASANT GR 


UTAH 


"/,.•"»! BARNETT 


PROVO 


UTAH 


DARLENF PEARL BARNETT 


TENDOY 


IDA 


LELANO BRUCE BARNETT 


FONTANA 


CAL 


DIANE BARNETT 






l-AIIRICE f BARNETT 


MANTI 


UTAH 


SHERYN LFE HAfiNETI 


SUNSET 


UTAH 


ROBERT LFROT BARNETT 


SUN VALLEY 


CAL 


STEPHEN F BARNFTT 


BURBANK 


CAL 


SANDRA BARNETT 






PRANCFS D BARNFY 


SAMUELS 


IDA 


G»flY s barney 


NAMPA 


IDA 


JEANETTE RAE BARNEY 


SAMUELS 


IDA 


SUE ANN nARNEY 


MESA 


ARIZ 


RARNHILL L lLA ANN 






JOHN CLEAVE BARNUM 


N LAS VEGAS 


NEV 


ROGFR V BARNum 


WARDEN 


WASH 


LESTER LFROY BARNSON 


ELY 


NEV 


JAMFS DAVID BARRY 


MEDFOfiD 


ORE 


GARCIA Ann barrati 


AMERICAN FK 


UTAH 


IVA JUNE BARRETT 


OREM 






OUINCY 


WASH 


JAN THORNTON BARRETT 


WATERTOWN 




VERNON A BARRETT 


PROVO 


UTAH 


GLORIA BnRRtNGTDN 


PRESTON 


IOA 


ROBERT LEE BARROW 


HAWTHORNE 


CAL 


ART BARRON 


SIGURD 


UTAH 


MARIA LlN BARROWS 


CLARINDA 


IOWA 


GERTRUDE C BARROWS 


EL PASO 


COLO 


FRANCES BARLOW 






BEULAH D BARRUS 


PITTSBURG 


CAL 


FVFLYN ROSE BARRUS 


FEN TON 


MICH 


FOWARD C RARRUS 


GRANTSVILLE 


UTAH 




MIAMI 4 


FLA 


ELEANOR A BARTHOLOMEW 


RALEIGH 


N C 


CALVIN H BARTHOLOMEW 


psovo 


UTAH 


HE8ER BARTHOLOMEW 


FAYETTE 


UTAH 


JEWEL A OARThOlOMFW 


OREM 


UIAH 


CAROL LOUISE BARTLETT 


HERNISTON 


OREG 


HELFN m haRUETT 


PROVO 


UTAH 


JAMFS W BARTLETI 


NEW PROVIOENC 


N J 


KATHLEEN A BARTLETT 


SALISBURY 


NO 


WILLIAM C PABTLEY 


OGDEN 


UTAH 


OEED L BBBTLETT 


SPRINGVILLE 




MARv LFE BARTLFTT 


HERMISION 


ORE 


BRLY J BARION 


MOUNTAIN HOME 


IDA 


DIANA JANE BARTON 


BURBANK 


CAL 


DAVID BARTON 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


(ENNA K BARTON 


LOS ANGELES 6 


CAL 


JOAN BARTON 


PROVO 


UTAH 


KARL SESSIONS BARTON 


MONTICELLO 


UTAH 


john ■ barton 






SHIRLEY MAF BARTON 


PRICE 


UTAH 


warren Alfred barton 


MONTICELLO 




RONALD M BARWICK 


PROVO 


UTAH 


LEE ALVIN BASINCER 




CAL 


DENISE BASCOM 


VICTORVIILE 




GERALD T BASINGER 


BERKELEY B 


CAL 



222. 1*6 

308 

161. 1*2 



30*. 306. 366 



178. 16*. 1** 



413 



RICHARD H HASHAW 


MlDOLEBLMY 


VT 




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LAlDtna H MMtll 


LOVELL 


WYO 




EN|0 KAY BAiitll 


LOVELL 


WTO 




IRVIN GENE BASSL1I 


Af TON 




♦08 


»L~" H*bll*H 


SIGURD 


UTAH 


J** 


LEWIS - J*ill*" 


SANTA ROSA 


CAL 




REESE J BASTIAN 


TWIN FALLS 


IDA 




LARRY ■ BASTIAN 


HENTON 


WASH 


in 


JACK WILLIAM BATCHLER 


LETHBRIDGE AL 


CAN 




.■*-• MORRIS BAKhEROL 


LAY TON 


UTAH 


2*9. 2 70 


LEE HHITFORD SATE 


PROVO 


UTAH 




0OU6LA5 G BATE HAN 


CLEARFIELD 






HAROLO H BATE HAN 


TEMPE 


ARU 




LINDEN 8ARI HA1EMAN 


IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 




KAREN . BATE KAN 


IUAHO FALLS 




12* 


KATHLEEN R BATIMAN 


SPANISH FORK 


UTAH 


131 


NAOMA HILDA HATEMAN 


ETNA 


WTO 




LLOYD MERHER1 BAIL HAN 




MUNt 




GENEVA L'.'IA BAtES 


SILVER SPRING 


MO 


»0* 


LAUREL JEANNE BATES 


BUULDER CITY 


NEV 


37* 


LAURENCE - HATES 


CASTKO VALLEY 


CAL 




"AMINE CAROLEE HAtES 


ALBERTA 




16*. MA 


NIL* DAWN DATES 


HUGH SON 


CAL 




NORMAN ROY BATES 


HILENA 


MONT 




STEVEN E HATES 


PROVO 


UTAH 




NARY LOUISE BAlM 


VERNAL 


UTAH 




PAUL MICHAEL HATTY 


VERNAL 


UTAH 




JERRY LLOYD HAUtH 


SAN LEANUhO 


CAL 


232 


SHERRY L BAUOY 


SOLON A BEACH 


CAL 


1*1* 32* 


JOSEPH EUGENE BAUER 


OSWEGO 


MONT 




LESLIE A BAUM 


ST JOHNS 


ARU 


370 


FARRELL DAVIO BAUM 


PROVO 


UTAH 




JERRY L BAUM 


SPANISH FORK 






LARRY * BAUM 


PROVO 


UTAH 




LYNDEN P BAUM 


SEATTLE S 


WASH 




TONYA COLLEEN BAUM 


PHOVO 


UTAH 




RONALD CHARLES BAUM 




UTAH 




DAVID LEROY SAUER 


SAN LEAN0RO 


CAL 




ROGER HENRY BAUME 


CLEVELAND 


OHIO 


301 


RUY BAUMGART 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 




CLINTON J BAUER 




UTAH 




Evan jay baiter 


HtBER 


UTAH 


332 


JACK ALAN BAITER 


KLAMATH FALLS 


OREG 




FRANCES HAT 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


m 


JOHN LARAY BEAGLE* 


PROVO 


UtAH 




JOSEPH I BEAGLES 


OREM 


UTAH 




JOHN E BEAL 


LEHI 


UTAH 


KM 


GRACE ANN BEAL 


LEHI 


UTAH 




LOWELL RICHARD DEAL 


MOORE 


IDA 




CAMILLA BEAL 


MUORE 


IDA 


336 


RUQERT MAI HEAL 


COLLEGE PARK 


MD 




HELEN DEAMAN 






1*0 


tiARroA) Pliny bean 


HURBANK 


CAL 


170. 171 


BRENOA GALE BEAN 


DALLAS 33 


TEI 




HARVEY KENT BEAN 


SEATTLE 


WASH 




JUDITH K BEAN 


OREGON CITY 


ORE 




JAMES HAYWARD BEAN 


PROVO 


UTAH 


20* 


LINDA LOUISE BEAN 


LAGRANUE 


OREG 




KENNETH JOSEPH BEAN 


SANDY 


UTAH 




LUANNE BEAN 


SEATTLE 15 


WASH 


IM 


NANCY E COREY BEAN 


AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 




VICKI A BEAN 


BURBANK 


CAL 


296. 30S 


VEflN ELLIS BEAN 


LA GRANDE 


OREG 


297. ltd 


CLIFFORD D BEARDALL 


PROVU 


UtAH 




IRENE t> BEAROALL 


PLEASANT uft 


UTAH 




JANES C BEARDALL 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 




KATHLEEN P HEAkNSON 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 




JAMES G BEARSS 


POMONA 


CAL 




Floyd earl beaslEy 


LIBERTY 


MISS 


2ib> 3*6 


JANES C BEAISE JM 


AUGUSTA 


GA 


l>. 19* 


MARY L BEAMY 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 






HURRICANE 


UTAH 




CHARLOTTE A BEAVER 


INDIANAPOLIS S 


IND 


11* 


ROY MELVIN BEAVER 


GRIFFITH 


IND 




FRANCES J UECERRA 


OtNVEfl 


COLO 




BARBARA JEAN BECK 


NYSSA 


OREG 




BARBARA BECK 


JOSEPH 


UTAH 




BETH BECK 






213 


cheryl Elaine beck 


ALAMOGOROO 




13*. 13S 


EARL A 3ECK 






212 


GAVLENE BECK 


LOS ANGELES 39 


CAL 


322 


JOANN beck 


BUTTE 


MONT 




JAY TtlEH BECK 


PARKER 


IDA 


10* 


KONRAO C BECK 


RtDONDO BCH 


CAL 




JANICE S BECK 


SALT LAKE CTY 




212 


ILENE BECK 






212 


LINDA BECK 


PROVO 


UTAH 


1TB 


LARRY KAY BECK 


AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 




MARY WINN BECK 


OREM 


UTAH 




MICHAEL • BECK 


OVID 


[OA 


330 


PENNtE RAE BECK 


HOULUER C1TT 


NEV 




NELLIE N BECK 


ST ANTHONY 


IDA 


20*. 372 


PHYLLIS OELORA BECK 


ROCK HILL 


s c 


237. 366 


PATRICIA RAE BECK 


CEDAREDGE 


COLO 




SHERMAN ANDREW BECK 


CENTERFIELD 


UTAH 


39* 


VON R BECK 


RIGBY 


IDA 




MARSHA H BECKHAM 


OlLDALt 


CAL 


30 a 


KARL FRANK BECKLE 


SAN CARLOS 


CAL 




CLOTUE B BECKSTEAO 


K1RTLANO 




37* 


CARL EMERY BECKSTEAO 


PRESTON 


IDA 




ANNETTE BECKSTEAO 


MIOVALt 


UTAH 


30 B 


CAROL KAY BECKSTEAO 


Ml OVALE 


UTAH 


1*6* 3*« 


HENRY C BECKSTEAO 


MIDVALE 


UTAH 


366 


oelylE BECKSTRAND 


ME ADOW 


UTAH 




HARLO MEL SECKSTRANO 


AMERICAN FORK 






SHARON MAT BECKSTMOM 


CUR UN ADO 


CAL 




THOMAS V BEDFORD 


CLOSE 




219. 332 


RICHARD LEE BEONAR 


PROVO 


UTAH 




RUSSELL L BEE 


GEORGETOWN 


IDA 


21*> 3** 


{OLA (. BEEBE 


1UAHO FALLS 


IDA 




BONNIE BEEBE 


BAkERSFIElO 


CAL 


3*0 


GERALO LEROY BEEBE 


VAN NUYS 


CAL 


3T2 


SIBYL FAYE BEEChER 


ELBA 


IDA 


227 


MARILYN BEECHER 


KENNEWICK 




3*6 


VERMOYNE BEECHER 


ELBA 


IDA 




HALTER P BEECHER 


MILWAUK1E 


ORE 




VIVIEN BEECROFT 


PROVO 


UTAH 




JOSEPH N BEECROFT 


PROVO 


UTAH 


26* 


LARRY LEE BEELER 


TIGARO 


OREG 




CAROLYN ADA BEEDE 


ALElANORlA 


VA 


227 


KAREN M BEERS 


GLENDALE 


CAL 


IS* 


STEPHEN K BEERS 


PLEASANT GR 


UTAH 




NORMA JEAN BEER 


OTHELLO 


WASH 




JOHN R BEE SON 


JANSEN 


NEBR 


13* 


PRISCILLA F BEGONIA 


LIvERMORE 


CAL 


322 


WAYNE D BEESLEY 


PROVO 


UTAH 




REl L BEHLING 


SPRINGVILLE 






JOSEPH RAY BEHNKE 


KLAMATH FALLS 


ORE 




DOROTHY L BEHLING 


LA|E OAHU 






L'NN RAT 8EHUNIN 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 




IRWIN GEO BEHUNIN JR 


PROVO 


UTAH 




OENNIS A BEITLER 


LOS ANGELtS 


CAL 




ROGER BLAINE BEIILER 


LOS ANGtLES 


CAL 




LEE DE MOYNE BEKKER 


PHOVO 






JACC R HEIGHLEY 


AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 




ROBERT P BELIHAR 


SPANISH FORK 


UTAH 




GRANT J BELNAP 


OREM 


UTAH 




RONA MAY BELCHER 


FIJI ISLANDS 






BRAlTON H HELL 


P1KEVILLE 


N C 


332 


BARBARA JEAN BELL 


GARRET! 




1*9. 370 


CAROLYN BELL. 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 




FREDA LOU BELL 


VENICE 


CAL 


37* 


01 ANNE BELL 






131 


JULIA BELL 






131 


NORMAN D BELL 


OGOEN 


UTAH 




LAWRENCE J BELL 


OREM 


UTAH 




L STANLEY BELL 


MALTA 


IDA 




LESLIE BELL 


LAS VEGAS 


NEV 


30* 


MARVIN J BELL 


AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 


160. 2>3 


RUBERT ALLAN BELL 


PROVO 


UTAH 


360 


SIEWARt K BELL JR 


HONOLULU IT 


HAW 


3*0 


THEODORE R BELL 


OGDEN 


UTAH 


1*1. 30S 


MARCUS J BELLISTON 


PLEASANT GR 


UTAH 




A1ILIN KAY BELLON 


AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 




DEAN HATCH BELNAP 


BLACKFOOT 


IDA 




FRANCIS ALVIN BELNAP 


HOOPER 


UTAH 




HAROLO LYNN BELNAP 


BLACKFOOT 


IDA 


210 


CLARENCE THOMAS BEluE 


BILLINGS 


MONT 




RUSSELL M BENDER 


PROVO 


UTAH 


*06 


NORMAN C BENOER 


BURBANK 


CAL 


327 


MART JOE BENINCOSA 


CLEARFItLO 


UTAH 




wESLET H BENGE 


EMMETT 


IOA 


306 


BETH ELLEN BENNETT 




IDA 




CHARLES R BENNETT 


UPLAND 


CAL 


IN 


CONNIE RAE BENNETT 


IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 


2*9. 310 


CLINTON BENNETT 


IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 




DUKE N BENNETT 


GLENOALt 


ARU 


KM 


DONALO MARSH BENNETT 


AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 


390 


F EDWARD BENNETT 


F ILL MORE 


UTAH 




JAMES L BENNETT 


ARCADIA 


CAL 


2 3* 


JUDITH ANN BENNETT 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UtAH 


336 


JOHN DAVID BENNETT 


POMONA 


CAL 


222. 22* 


LYNETTA M BENNETT 


HARBOR CREEK 






MARILTN BENNETT 


MEADOW 




»»* 


ROGER H BENNETT 


CARLSBAD 




392 


ROBERT L BENNETT 


WHITTIER 


CAL 




RAYMOND E BENNETT 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 


332 


VELDON J BENNETT 


MEADOW 


UTAH 


MO 


MICHAEL W BENNING 


NO SACRAMENTO 


CAL 


19*. 3)6 


BRUCE R BENNION 


IOWA C1T* 


IOWA 




ROY HILLINGS BENNION 


LCHI 


UTAH 




RONALD f> BENSEMA 


CHICAGO 


ILL 




OuANE BENSON 


SPANISH FK 


UTAH 


330 


JUOITH KAY BENSON 


PHOENII 


ARU 


303. 309 


JOHN OWEN BENSON 


MONTEBELLO 


CAL 




KAREN E OENSOH 


REIBURG 


IDA 


191 


LEON CARL BENSON 


PAYSON 


UTAH 




MARSHA BENSON 


PRESTON 


IOA 


126. 3** 


Rl TA MILDRED BENSON 


MEDFORO 


OREG 


392 


ROBERT RITCHIE BENSON 


OREM 


UTAH 


212 



WINSTON LOWELL BENSON 


BLACKFOOT 


ELEANOR ANN BENTLEY 


PROVO 


CDITM H AENTLEY 


PROVO 


ELAINE BENTLEY 


PROVO 


ANTHONY IVINS BENTLEY 


PROVO 


FRANCES J BENTLEY 


PROVO 


MARION T BENTLEY 


PROVO 


NARV CAROLYN BENTLEY 


WEST COVINA 


ROBFRT G AENTLEY 


ARCADIA 


ROBFRT F RENTLEY 


PROVO 


SHERRlLL ANN 8FN2LEV 


BAKERSFIELO 


JUANITA REN TON 


KAYSVILLE 


REBECCA AFNTLEY 




EVA i. BERG 


CARMICHAEL 


MARION J BERG 


GAAOENA 


ROGER L RJJRG 


JOLIET 


MAYaARO J BERG 


COPPERTON 


THOMAS W "FBI". 


PROVO 


AHARON BFRGESON 


BLACKFOOT 


MARIANNE DEE BERGER 


SANTA CRU2 


TERRYL F BERGER 


BOISE 


SCOTT BEffGESON 


CORN! SH 


ROBFRT K NERGER 


PEORIA HGTS 


ELLSWORTH A BERGET 


PORTLAND 


FINAR W AFRGSTEOT 


SALT LAKE C 


DENNIS M RERL1NG 


FARMINGTON 


CHARLOTTE BEkNOTSKI 


RENO 


AUGUST BEAMING 


PALOS VEROE 


RERNELL W berrett 


RIVER TON 


LAMAR C AERAETT 


OREM 


LANETTE I BERRETT 


DOWNEY 


KARLA B RCRRFTT 


ROBERTS 


RICHARO hFAEB BERRETT 


PROVO 


AEVFRLY ALICE AERRY 


PROVO 


HENRY hIlAiiRn AERRY 


PROVO 


GA|l BERRY 


HENDERSON 


JOHN WARNER BERRY JR 




KARL R BFRRY 


OGDEN 


MARY MAIINE BERRY 


OGOEN 



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MICHAEL W AERRY 
SMERRELL K BERRETT 
ROSALEE KERRY 
REI ALDEN AERRY 
STEVEN LFE BFRRY 
THERON MAI BERRY 
GREGORY i- BERTHELSON 
RONALD L AEATAAM 
MARILYN AERTONCFLJ 
JOANNE AFRTOCK 
LINDA IRFNE BESNER 
DAVID J HESSEV 
ALICE H AESSEY 
AARBARA AFSSINGER 
LARRY GRANT BEST 
NANCY A AETENSON 
MARY L BFST 
PATRICIA A BETHERS 
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MEREDITH I BEUTEL 
HIRAM LYNN BFUS 
ELUABETH JANE AEUTEl 
GARY BOYD REUS 
THOMAS W AEUTEN 
KENNETH L AEVAN 
JOSFPH S AF2DJIAN 
MERMINE AE2DJIAN 
BRIAN M REifANT 
DHNIG H RF2IRJIAN 
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GLORIA GAYLE BIDDLF 
GEORGIA A RIDOULPH 
MORRIS A BIODULPH 
STUARI BIDOULPH 
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SUSAN BIAOULPH 
GEORGE R AIELSKI 
MARGARET AIESINGER 
THOMAS W AIESINGER 
CLINTON F fl ICE LOW 
CLARENCE A BIGELOW 
LOYDENE AIGELOW 
MICHAEL L BIGELOW 
MEAWIN L BIGGS 
DAVIO F AIGGS 
CHERYL A AIGGS 
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RALPH P AIGLFR 
NORMAN BILL 
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PAOvO 

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SANTA BARBARA 

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SALT LAKE CTY 

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KENDELL R AINGHAM 
MAATIN C AINGHAM 
MICHAEL L AINGHAM 
RAY R BINGHAM 
REBECCA RINGHAM 
RAY BINGHAM 
THOMAS W AINNS 
LINDA R AIORNSTAO 
JOHN LESTFR AINNS 
JOHN K AtRCHALL 
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carla alake 
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BOISE 



HONEYVILLE 

BURLEY 

PROVO 

I0AHO FALLS 

GREAT FALLS 

ANDERSON 

MOORF 

SPOKANE 

OREGON CITY 

SPOKANE 

SPRINGVILLE 
MONTEREY PK 
LOS ANGELES 
SPRINGVILLE 
SPRINGVILLE 
IDAHO FALLS 
SPRINGVILLE 
ST FRANCIS 
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IDAHO FALLS 
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SUGAR CITY 
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ANNETTE L BISCHOFF 
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STANLEY F ALACKETT 
GORDON NFIL BLACCHAM 
EARL D BLACKHAM 
LAMAR V ALACKHAM 
V1RDEN JAMES ALACKHAM 
NANCY ALACK 



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JOHN P BLANC HARD 
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BONNIE KAY BLISS 
LYNDA G ALOOGETT 
AEVFRLY ALASONGAME 
JAMES L RLONOUIST 
KATHERYN A 8LOO0 
LAWRENCE A BLONOUIST 
ARLlN O ALOOMFIELD 
SHER1AN L BLOOMFIElD 
HARTLEY H BLOOMFIELD 
VIRGINIA R 8LOOMFIELD 
VESTAL 8 BLOIMAM 
CLYDE BLOUER 
WILLIAM H BLUHENTHAL 
PRISCILLA BLUE 
OONALD VIRGIL BLUTH 
JOHN ELMFA BOARDMAN 
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KAREN M RODELL 
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CAROL J ROGASON 
AENTON B ROGCS 
JAN EDEEN BOHI 
LARRY G AOHNE 
WILLIAM LYNN BOICE 
DAVID L R0LL1GER 
CAROL ELAINE BOLSTER 
RICHARD PALLOU 
RICHARD AARTON BOLTON 
WESLEY KERR BOMAN 
PAUL V BOMAN 
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LUANA A BOND 
BONNIE P AONOURANT 
WILMA M RONEY 
GEORGE BRIAN BONE 
BEVERLY JEAN BONHAP 
WILLIAM F 80NNER 
EARL C BONNEAU 
JOHN L BONNER 
NANCY L BONNER 
JANICE 80NNETT 
FREDERICK J BONNEY 
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JAMES LOulE BOONE 
ALAN R BOOTH 
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JACK LEROY BOOTH 
TERRY N ROORAS 
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HUGO BORFN 
RONALD L BOREN 
TERRENCE R BOREN 
NELDON G BOREN 
ROBERT BORFN 
MARK B BORGMIER 
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hELENE L AORRESEN 
JERRY H RORUP 
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BARBARA LEE BOSEN 
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ROSEMART BOSIL 
MARLENE K BOSLEY 
CAROLYN AOSIL 
JACOB AOSS 

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RUSSEL W BOSS 
JOHN W BOSWELL 
GARY ARTHUR BOSWORTH 
MARGARET BOTT 
MARGARET BOTT 
FREDERICK R 8OUN0Y 
LLOVO D AOULTON JR 
ROBFRT E BOULTER 
RUSSELL LYNN 80ULT0N 
SHARRON OIANE BOURNE 
MERRILEE J BOURNE 

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MARCIA LFE BOURNE 
BONNIE T BOWEN 
BARBARA ANN 80WEN 
BARTON LOUIS BOwEN 
BEVERLY AOWEH 
DIANE BOwEN 
JANET BOwEN 
LEEROY E BOWEN 
NATHANIEL C BOWEN 
NANCY M ROWEN 
WALTER DFAN BOwFN 
DAHNELLE ROWER 
PATRICK fi BOwEN 
WILLIAM RAMON BOWER 
SUSAN VERNONA AOWER 
DAHNELLE BOWER 
GLEN H BOWERS 
ARITA M ROWERS 
IOA DIANE BOWERS 
DOROTHY R BOWERS 
LYNETTE ROWERS 
LABERTA AOWLER 
SHARRON LFE ROWLING 
LARRY F AOWMAN 
NEWELL K BOWMAN JR 
AMELIA A BOWN 
ROBERT NFWELL BOWN 
TERI LOUISE BOYER 
8RENT EVANS BOVACK 
MERRILL W BOVACK 
MAUREEN AOYACK 
LYNNETTE R BOYCE 
JACQUELINE BOYCE 
SUSANNE BOYCE 
VICKI LYNN BOYCE 
VERA I BOYCE 
KAtHY BOYD 
MARVIN JFRRY BOYD 
JOANNE BOYD 
FRED FUNsTON BOYD 
CONSTANCF L BOYD 
AARBARA GAIL BOYD 
KAY CAMIllE BOYO 
VICTOR H AOYD II 
JOHN DAVIO BOYO 
OAVID REES BOYER 
JOYCE BOYER 
LARSEN S BOYER 
KENT OEROY BOYER 
LARAINE BOYER 
MARL IN EDWARD 80YER 
STANLEY HOYER 
JOHN THOMAS BOYLE 
JEANEEN MAY BOYLE 
JOHN W 80YLE 
ELVER SIMMONS BOYLE 
CINrlY BOYLIN 
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JAMES WALTER BRACKNER 
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RICHARD W BRADSTREET 
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DONALD RAY 8RA0Y 
JAMES RAY BRADY 
MARY KAThERINE BRADY 
MICHAEL JOHN BRADY 
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OTHELLO 


WASH 


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N M 


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PROVO 


UTAH 


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UTAH 


SANTA MONICA 


CAL 


PROVO 


UTAH 


ARLINGTON 


CAL 


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UTAH 


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IOA 


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IDA 


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CAL 


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CAL 


ROANOKE 


VA 


ORIGGS 


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NEV 


CORONAOO 


CAL 


SANDY 


UTAH 


S L C 


UTAH 


MILFORO 


UTAH 


BRIGHAM CITY 


UTAH 


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UTAH 


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N M 


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196. 


330 


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CAL 






ARCADIA 


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NEV 


229. 


3M 


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UTAH 






PROVO 


UTAH 






PROVO 


UTAH 






VALLEJO 


CAL 






WHITTIER 


CAL 






MESA 


ARU 


3 30 




MIDVALE 


UTAH 






HAVWARO 


CAL 


202. 


330 


PROVO 


UTAH 


1*2 




KENNEWICK 


WASH 






OGDEN 


UTAH 


3 7* 




BERKELEY 


CAL 






PROVO 


UTAH 






RIVERSIDE 


CAL 






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372 


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2 26 




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CAL 






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309 
131 
136 




RICHFIELD 


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PHOENII 


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CENTERVILLE 


UTAH 
UTAH 






PROVO 


UTAH 






SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


312 




HONEYVILLE 


UTAH 


2*9. 


309 


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3 36 




COPPERTON B C 


UTAH 






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WYO 


2 32 




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UTAH 


3S6 




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MO 


1*6. 


31* 


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NO 


131. 


196 


SALEM 


OREG 


3M 




MAGRATH ALTA 


CAN 






LA MESA 


CAL 






SPANISH FORK 


UTAH 


3*2 




SAUGUS 


CAL 


3*6 




SAN DIEGO 


CAL 


171 




S L C 


UTAH 


3*6 




SPANISH FORK 


UTAH 






NIOOLETON 


IDA 






SAUGUS 


CAL 


19* 




MCGILL 


NEV 


3** 




MCGILL 


NEV 


211 




PLEASANT GR 


UTAH 






MILWAUKEE 


WIS 






MOSES LAKE 


WASH 


1*8. 


37* 


PORT ANGELES 


WASH 






WOODLAND MILL 


CAL 


168 
1*6 




PAYSON 


UTAH 


392 




ALAMOGOROO 


N N 


3(19 




LONG BEACH 


CAL 






COLO SPGS 


COLO 


3*S 




SARATOGA 


CAL 


309 




PROVO 


UTAH 






GlLROY 


CAL 


330 




LAVA H SPRNGS 


ID* 






WHITTIER 


CAL 






OREM 


UTAH 






LVNBROOK 


N Y 






TA80R 


IOWA 


3119 




PROVO 


UTAH 






SEATTLE 


9 WASH 


299. 


30* 


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WASH 


390 




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UTAH 






OGOEN 


UTAH 


221* 


237 


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CAL 


19S. 


309 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 






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IOA 






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ARU 


nil 


3*8 


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3D9 




PROVO 


UTAH 






WHITTIER 


CAL 


327 




ORLANDO 


FLA 






INGLEWOOD 


CAL 






WHITTIER 


CAL 


1T0. 


171 


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* CAL 






TABER 


IOWA 


318 




ARCO 


IOA 






SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 


233 




PLEASANT GR 


UTAH 


233 




SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 






SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 






SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 






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CAL 


168 




MESA 


ARU 


36 1 




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CAL 






PALO ALTO 


CAL 


196. 

131 


197 


TOOELE 


UTAH 






PROVO 


UTAH 






SUSANVILLE 


CAL 






BELL INGHAM 


WASH 






ARLINGTON 


VA 






DENVER 


COLO 


IB*. 


330 


SANTAOUlN 


UTAH 






SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 






RICHFIELD 


UTAH 






HOUSTON 


TEX 






MESA 


ARU 






SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


309 




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CAN 


366 




WEBSTER 








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131. 


109 


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JACK ■ BRAILSFORO 
JOANNE BRAIGH 
KATHLEEN 8RAITHWAITE 
JOHN P BRAIIHHAITE 
LEE FRED BRAITHWAITE 
MERRIE LYNN BRAMHALL 
WALLACE G BRAME 
RUTH BRAHALL 
ERNEST CRAIG BRAMWELL 
DENTON M BRAMWELL 
KAREN BRAMWELL 
GARY WALTER BRAMWELL 
PAUL F BRAMHELL 
ROBERT E BRAMWELL 
FLOYO B BRAUNBERGER 
ROBERT M BRAY 
KARL J BRAY 
ANALEE BREINHOLT 
FLOYD BREINHOLT 
HARK F BREINHOLT 
RONALD G 8RENCHLEY 
VERLEE BRENCHLEY 
ROBERT LARRY BRENN1NG 
GORDON K BRF.T2ING 
TED A BREWSTER 
KIM I BREWSTER 
PATRICIA RUTH BREWER 
TERESA F BREWER 
ALEC WALTER C BRICE 
KATHLEEN BRIAN 
PAT BERNELL BRIAN 
CAROLYN BRI0ENST1NE 
BONNIE BRICK 
KAREN BRIDGE 
JUDY LOUISE BRIDGES 
NANCY L BRIOGES 
ANN BRIGGS 
BEVERLY BRIGGS 
IVAN R BRIGGS 
KENNETH G BRIGGS 
WALTER PAUL BRIGGS 
WAYNE R BRIGGS 
VIRGINIA MAE BRIGGS 
THOMAS B BRIGHTON 
LARRY HYDE BRIM 
CHRISTINA L BR1MHALL 
GRANT R BRIHHALL 
LLOYD R BRIHHALL 
HAX B BRIHHALL 
NORMAN A BRIHHALL 



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MARIE BRINGHURST 
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CHARLES H BRINKERHOFF 
DORCAS BRINKERHOFF 
GART BRINKERHOFF 
DAVIO 8 BRINKERHOFF 
LYNETTE BRINKERHOFF 
KENOELL W BRINKERHOFF 
LURAE A BRINKERHOFF 
MARILTN B BRINKERHOFF 



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GLORIA J BRISTOL 
ALLEN L BRISK 
MICHAEL F BRINTON 
SHARON IRENE BRINTON 
TODD ADAM BRITSCH 
CHARLOTTE BRITSCH 
F MERLENE BRITSCH 
NOEL H 8RIZZEE 
RALPH LANIER BRITSCH 
CHARLES L BRO 
DALE JAY BROADBENT 
LYNDA BR0A08ENT 
KAREN M BROADBENT 
LARRY E BROADHEAD 
ALENE 8ROAOHEAD 
GEORGE DANIEL BROCK 
ROGER V UROCIOUS 
DAVID ORAM BROCK8ANK 
CLAIRE R 8ROCKHOFF 
DENNIS KARL BROMLEY 
RICHARD G BROMLEY 
LYNNE HARRIS 
PEGGY L BRONSON 
MARGARET E BRONK 
OWEN BRONSON 
OWEN WESLEY BRONSON 
ALICE L BROOKS 
BARBARA JANE BROOKS 
R TANFIELD BROOKS 
LANE JOSEPH BROOKSBY 
JAMES A BROOM 
TEDD ALBERT BROSS 
KEITH WILLIAM BROSS 
SHARON L BROSSARD 
JACK D BROTHERSON 
WILLIAM M BROTHERSON 
DANIEL RICHARD BROUGH 
JOANNE M BROUGH 
SHERREL L BROwER 

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albert h brown 
allen brown 
arthur warren brown 
barbara jean brown 
barbara e brown 
betty brown 
bry brown 

claudia farvl brown 
craig brown 
oan daniels brown 
david john brown 
deanne brown 
oella e brown 
delbert b brown 
don jay brown 
donna mae brown 
don Evan brown 
dorothy m brown 
gayland earl brown 
geraldine bruwn 
geraldine brown 
gurn brown 
helen brown 
1lsa e brown 
janice marie brown 
janeen brown 
jay welch brown 
jay dean brown 
jane marie brown 
james f brown 
jerry edwin brown 

JOAN MAXlNE BROWN 
JOSEPH GURNSEY BROWN 
JUNE NYBO BROWN 
JUDITH ANN BROWN 
KAREN ANN BROWN 
KAREEN BROWN 
KAREN LYNN BROWN 
KENNETH J BROWN 
KENNETH R BROWN 
LAVON BROWN 
LADELL GUY BRUWN 
LANA BROWN 
LINDA M BROWN 
LLOYD e BROWN 
MARILYN JUNE BROWN 
MARILYN A BROWN 
MARION BROWN 
MARY J BROWN 
MARY HARVEY BROWN 
MICHAEL W BROWN 
MURLYN LAMAR BROWN 
NAD RICHARD BROWN 
NOEL G BROWN 
ORPHA A BROWN 
RALPH G BROWN 
RALPH BROWN 
RAYMOND E BRUWN 
RICHARD C BROWN 
RICHARD DALE BROWN 
RICHARD KENT BROWN 
ROGER E BROWN 
SHIRLEY JEANNE BROWN 
SELMA BROWN 
SYDNEY M BRCWN 
SUSAN BROWN 
SUZANNE BROWN 
TAMARA LEE BROWN 
THOMAS KIRBY BROWN 
WAYNE LAMAR BROWN 
W CLAUDE BROWN 
WILLIAM LOWELL BROWN 
WILLIAM RICHARD BROWN 
WESTON CRAIG BROWN 
WILLIAM BRUCE BROWN 
WYN DE ALTON BROWN 
WILLARO DARWAIN BROWN 
JAMES BROWNE 
JERRY V BROWNING 
MARTHA J BROWNING 
MARILYN J BROWNING 
ANITA KAY BROWNLEE 
BARBARA G BROWNLEE 
NANCY M BRUBAKER 



SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


NO LAS VEGAS 


NEV 


AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 


GARDEN GROVE 


CAL 


OREH 


UTAH 


CALDWELL 


IDA 


HENDERSON 


H C 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 


PROVO 


UTAH 


RIGBY 


IOA 


LAKEWOOO 


COLO 


BERKELEY 


CAL 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


BERKELEY 


CAL 


OGOEN 


UTAH 


HURLEY 


IOA 


PROVO 


UTAH 


VENICE 


UTAH 



PATRICIA A BRUCE 
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HARRY BRFNT BR UN SON 
JANET V RRUNSON 
CLARA JANF BRUNT 
LINOA KAv BRUNT 



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WYO 








PHOENIX 


ARIZ 








PORTLAND 


ORE 








PORTLAND 


ORE 








PRICE 


UTAH 


129 






PORTLANO 


ORE 


330 






OXFORD 


ENG 








BOUNTIFUL 


UTAH 








LOA 


UTAH 


39U 






MODESTO 


CAL 


37* 
131 






RENO 


NEV 








ALAMEDA 


CAL 








NAPA 


CAL 


166. 


341 




PROVO 


UTAH 








WINNEMUCCA 


NEV 


10-. 


34* 




BURLINGTON 


WYO 


1»( 


309 




PROVO 


UTAH 








AM FORK 


UTAH 








CANOGA PARK 


CAL 








BURLINGTON 


WYO 


12a 






BARRING TON 


ILL 


L7fci 


340 




DOWNEY 


IDA 


204 






FARMIMGTON 


N M 








MESA 


ARIZ 


*os 






PASO ROBLES 


CAL 


131 • 


309 




PROVO 


UTAH 








PROVO 


UTAH 








SANTA MONICA 


CAL 


336 






ALHAMBRA 


CAL 


J66 






N POCATELLO 


IDA 


330 






SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 








GLENDALE 


UTAH 


370 






BAKER 


MONT 


322 






LOWELL 


WYO 








WORLAND 


WYO 


309 






PROVO 


UTAH 








LOVELL 


WYO 


380 






PROVO 


UTAH 








PROVO 


UTAH 


3*0 






PROVO 


UTAH 








RIVER CITY 


CAL 


3*8 






HAYESVILLE 


N C 








COPPER TON 


UTAH 


309 






REOWOOU CITY 


CAL 








Ml OVALE 


UTAH 


392 






PROVO 


UTAH 








PROVO 


UTAH 


171 






PROVO 


UTAH 


i3a. 


I7S 




MCNAN 


IDA 








PROVO 


UTAH 


*7» 


Uf>. 160 


SEATTLE 


WASH 








PRICE 


UTAH 


233 






HELPER 


UlAH 


JOB 






PROVO 


UTAH 


331 






NEPh! 


UTAH 








MEN 


UTAH 








GOLDSBORO 


N C 








NAYPORT 


PA 








CONCORD 


CAL 








BELMONT 


CAL 








DOWNEY 


CAL 








AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 


1*0 






PORTLAND 


OR EG 








KAMAS 


UTAH 


237* 


32 7 




SCHENECTADY 


N Y 


123 

3** 






LOS ANGELES 39 


CAL 


126. 


3 70 




SALEM 


ORE 


IB*. 


30* . 338 


STOCKTON 


CAL 


3*. 


37. 234 


FREOONIA 


ARIZ 


309 






TRAIL B C 


CAN 








NEDFORD 


ORE 








MEDFORO 


OREG 








ROLLING HI ES 


CAL 








NT HOME 


UTAH 


2*Y 






BONE T A 


UTAH 








OHILL1A ONT 


CAN 


130. 


324 




IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 


366 






MORGAN 


UTAH 








LAS VEGAS 


NEV 








ALHAMBRA 


CAL 


1*8 






RIVERSIDE 


CAL 


232 






PORTLAND 


OREG 


L6B 






MURRAY 


UTAH 


166. 


327 




ALTAOENA 


CAL 


3**> 
131 






IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 


219 






MOUNTAINVILLE 


N Y 








LOS ANGELES -•> 


CAL 


332 






IDAHO FALLS 


IOA 


126. 


309 




PROVO 


UTAH 








PROVO 


UTAH 








OREN 


UTAH 








WHITTIER 


CAL 


It* 






LOS ANGELES AS 


CAL 


309 






COL TON 


CAL 








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UTAH 








SPOKANE 


WASH 


3*2 






SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


131* 


309 




LOS ANGELES 3* 


CAL 








LOVELL 


WYO 








PAYSON 


UTAH 


402 






OES MOINES 


IOWA 


3bB 






SUNNYVALE 


CAL 








RIGBY 


IDA 








SAN FRANCISCO 


CAL 


39 2 






LUVELL 


WYO 








PROVU 


UTAH 








SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


133 






INGLE WOOD i 


CAL 


309 






ST GEORGE 


UTAH 


3*4 






TAFT 


CAL 


191i 


322 




SAN FRANCISCO 
ETNA 


CAL 
WYO 


327 

309 






CHIHUAHUA 


HEX 








HUNTINGTON 


UTAH 








PROVO 


UTAH 








EL CAJUN 


CAL 








PORTLANO 


ORE 


332 






CtDAR CITY 


UTAH 


304 






PORTLAND 


UK EG 


14B 






COL TON 


CAL 








SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 


309 






MUNTICtLLO 


UTAH 








FALLBRUOK 


CAL 








PKOVO 










ANNABELLA 


UTAH 








LEWISTOWN 


MONT 


138 






HIDVALfc 


UTAH 


356 






FARMINGTON 










PROVO 


UTAH 








PROVO 


UTAH 








CHEYENNE 


WYO 








AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 








ANNABELLA 


UTAH 


388 








UTAH 








LUS ANGELES *9 CAL 


35* 






ST ANTHONY 


IOA 








BOUNTIFUL 


UTAH 


310 






NO HOLLYWOOD 


CAL 


224 ■ 


227 




LOVELL 


WYO 


133. 


148. 39 




TEHPE 


AHIZ 


218 






PtNSACULA 


FLA 




380 




MUNTICtLLO 


UTAH 








CASTRO VALLEY 


CAL 


344 






SALEM 


OREG 








LAS VEGAS 


NEV 


229 






TIETON 


WASH 


309 






PAGE 


ARIZ 








CLEARFIELO 




12Si 


39* 




PROVO 


UTAH 








OTTUMWA 


IUWA 


312 






LORENZO 


IDA 








ST MARIES 


IDA 


191 1 


312 




ANACONDA 




340 






JEROME 


IDA 


1*2. 


210. 301. !■■ 


ORLANDO 


FLA 


218, 


361 




HURLEY 


N H 


IB*. 


2*9. 312 



BRUCE KAV BRYAN 
MARY ANN BRYAN 
JOHN CARVER BRYAN 
JOANN BRYANT 
SHIRLEY BRVARS 
CAROLYN RRYNER 
LOREN C RRVNER JR 
JUOITH nauRINE 8RVNER 
RICHARD L 8RYNER 
BRITT WILLIAM BRYSON 
JUDITH BURB 

BONNIE L RUCHAN 
KAYLINOA BUCHANAN 
JANET NAR1E BUCHANAN 
REBECCA BUCHANAN 
WILLIAM w BUCHANAN 
DANNY LEF BUCK 
PENNY JOYCE BUCK 
HOWARD D BUCKLEY 
JOANN BUCKLEY 
MARY L BUCKMILLER 
CLAIRE E RUCKNUM 
BONNIE JEAN BUCKNER 
EUGENE T flUCKNER 
DEAN T flUCKNER 
DOYLE W BUCKWALTER 
LINDA BUCKWALTER 
ROSS M BUCKWALTER 
IVARO F RUDGE 
GLEN LEROY BUDGE 
ARVIN R flUDGE 
RAVO BECK BUDGE 
NANCY E PUDGETT 
CAROLYN R RUDO 



W COVINA 


CAL 


MCGILL 


NEV 


FILLMORE 


UTAH 


FULLERTON 


CAL 


IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 


IDAHO FALLS 


IOA 


OGDCN 




NEPH] 


UTAH 


LONG BEACH 


CAL 


WHEATOH 


ILL 


RUPERT 


IDA 


SALT LAKE 


UTAH 


PROVO 


UTAH 


PROVO 


UTAH 



179. 301. 372 



WASH 329 



146. 190. 2*2. 2*3 



OTHELLO 

AMERICAN FORK 
SALT LAKE CTV 
BEND 
CARLSBAD 

PROVO 
>R0VO 

'ROvO 



WHEAT 
AM£R1I 



IDGE 
N FORK 



RALPI 



RUEL' 



JACOUlLYNf BUETTNER 
MARILYN ANN BUFFETT 
DENNIS RAY BUHMAN 
HAROLD KFITH 8UHLER 
DALE C BlIHANAN 
COLLEEN J RULKLEY 
ROBERT G BULLINGTON 
DENNIS S BULLOCK 

GALF v Bullock 

JANICE S BULLOCK 
KENNETH fi BULLOCK 
KARL HART BULLOCK 
LADELL R BULLOCK 
KAREN A RULLOCK 
RICHARD W BULLOCK 
STEVEN K BULLOCK 
GEORGE L RULTEZ 
DONALD B HUNGER 
MARILYN F RUNJES 
RICHARD W BUNGAY 
SUZAN D flllNOOCK 
ANNETTE flUNCF 

david sterling bunker 
ann 8unkfr 
charles lee bunker 
jolene Bunker 
buddy r bunnell 
glee Bunnell 
norwin aurbidge 
sandra m burch 
kent w burch 
robert john burch 
darryll j burdick 
ronald edward burda 
joan w burdett 
willaro d burgejr 

MARION BltRG 
BETTY BURGESS 
SCOTT nuRGESON 



PROVO 
CHEHALIS 
SALT LAKE CTY 



WELLING ALT 

OREN 

PROVO 

PROVO 

PROVO 

WELLING ALT 

PROVO 

SHELDONVlLL 

PROVO 

SAN DIEGO 

HAMILTON 



LAS VEGAS 
LAS VEGAS 
LAS VEGAS 
OREN 
OREM 
TACOMA 
ANCHORAGE 
HEYBURN 



UTAH 249. 346 



KATHIE BURGESS 


WALNUT 


CAL 


206. 


352 


RAYMOND I BURGESS 


MILTONFRWATEH 


ORE 


329 




ROBERT K RURGOINE JR 


SEATTLE 


WASH 


322, 


323 


VICTORIA K BURGON 


OREM 


UTAH 


\t:. 


352 


ERLAN Rt.iot 


EAGAR 


ARIZ 






EOWIN E fttJRK 


EAGAR 


ARIZ 






CARTER K flURKE 


IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 


131 




PATRICIA M BURKE 


FARMINGTON 








WILLIAM HAROLD BURKE 


EL CERRITO 6 


CAL 






KARL T BURKH0L2 JR 


PEWAWKEE 


WIS 


372 




MARY L BURKHART 


RIVERSIDE 


CAL 


131 




PATRICIA E BURKHOLDER 


SILVER SPRING 


NEV 


368 




FREDERICK W BURKHARDT 


HOUSTON 




356 




AMY E BURLES 


LONG BEACH 


CAL 


330 




MAUREEN P BURNARD 


El cajon 








ANN BURNETT 


SALT LAKE 








ivan m Burnett 


PORTLAND 


ORE 


35* 




john m Burnett 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 






SUSAN BURNETT 


SALT LAKE 








BETTY SUF RURNHAM 






338 




PAUL A BuRNHAM 


FALLS CHURCH 


VA 






SERGE LEE BURNINGHAH 


BOUNTIFUL 


UTAH 






JANET BURNINGHAH 


WEST POINT 


UTAH 


312 




RALPH L BURNINGHAH 




IDA 


348 




TANYA BURNINGHAH 


NYSSA 


ORE 


312 




STEPHEN RURNINGHAH 






221 




M|TCHEL A BURNS 


MESOUITE 


NEv 


352 




SHARON L RURNS 


SALINAS 


CAL 






GEORGE H BURNS IOE 


FAIRVIEW 


UTAH 


136* 


329 


JAMES BLAINE BURR 


PROVO 


UTAH 






GAVLON M BURR 


SALINA 


UTAH 






ROBERT K BURR 


SALINA 


UTAH 


312 




KAYLENE AURRELL 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


237, 


312 


NEIL K BURRASTON 


GOSHEN 


UTAH 






mary l Burrows 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 






DIXIE BURRUP 


PROVO 


UTAH 


191 




CAROLE J RURT 


RICHLAND 


WASH 


312 




MERRILL r RURT 


RICHLAND 


WASH 






MARTHA JANE BURT 


PROVO 


UTAH 






PHILIP B BURT 


CAROSTON ALTA 


CAN 


35* 




WALLACE f BURT 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 






ANTHONY WAYNE BURTON 


CLEVELAND 13 


OHIO 


392 




BARBARA BURTON 


OREM 


UTAH 






BRUCE RICHARD BURTON 


TORRANCE 


CAL 


269. 


272 


evelyn barker burton 


PROVO 


UTAH 






DAVID A BURTON 


OREM 


UTAH 






KAREN BURTON 


ONTARIO 


ORE 


310 




JOHN RICHARD BURTON 


PORTLAND 


OREG 






jalene burton 


SALT LAKE CTY 








john c burton 


JACKSON 








MARVIN JOHN BURTON 


LOS ANGELES 


CAL 






HELVIN P RURTON 


AFION 


WYO 






MILDRED BURTON 


SHERIDAN 


MONT 






VER NON BURTON 


JACKSON 


WYO 


324 




CHARMAINF E BUSBY 


TUCSON 


ARIZ 


218. 


312 


JUL 1 ANNE RUSCH 


LAFAYETTE 


CAL 


350 




DENNIS AllFN 8USCH 


SPARKS 


NEV 


2*7 




BYRON BUSH 


REXBURG 


IDA 






CAROL A RUSH 


AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 


330 




CLAUDIA A RUSH 


AMERICAN FORK 








LONNA BUSH 


DENVER 1 


COLO 






LLOYD G BUSH 




IOA 


194 




ROBERT L RUSH 


CHULA VISTA 


CAL 


312 




RICHARD DAVID BUSH 


SPANISH FORK 


UTAH 


132. 


212. 352 


VERNON Bush 






221 




BOYD BUSHMAN 


SHOW LOW 


ARIZ 






CLAUDIA L BUSHMAN 


PROVO 


UTAH 






DON J BUSHMAN 


LEHI 




312 




HAROLD E BUSHMAN JR 


ALBUQUERQUE 








GLORIA BUSHMAN 


MESA 


ARIZ 






JOHN D BUSHMAN 


JOSEPH CITY 


ARIZ 


332 




JANENE BUSMNAN 


SHOW LOW 


ARIZ 






MELVIN J BUSHMAN 


LEHI 


UTAH 


312 




ROBERT W BUSHMAN 


ALBUQUEROUE 




312 




0IX1E BUSHNELL 


MEADOW 


UTAH 


364 




DANIEL P BUSKEN 


CINCINNATI 43 


OHIO 






NEAL P BUSK 


EL5INORE 




221 




REGINALD J BUSSON 


LK ARROWHEAD 


CAL 






LAWRENCE F fluSS 


SAN CARLOS 


ARIZ 


212. 


3*6 


LORIN F RUSSElBFRG 


MILWAUKEE 


WIS 


32* 




BARBARA F BUSS 


OGOEN 


UTAH 






WARREN Oiin'.m BUSS 


OGDEN 


UTAH 






SARA LEE HUSSON 


LAKE ARROWHD 


CAL 






BARBARA * RUTKUS 


SALT LAKE 


UTAH 






DON LINFnRD BUTCHER 


KAVSVlLLE 


UTAH 






CLINTON K BUTLER 


HILL SPR ALIA 


CAN 


36* 




BRUCE C BUTLER 


BETHESDA 


HO 


229 ■ 


329 


CLARENCE K BUUER 




IDA 


3 12 




DAVIO ERIN BUTLER 


SHELLEY 


IDA 


136 




DENNIS BOVFF BUTLER 


PROVO 


UTAH 






GALF DUANF fiUTLFR 


FOLSOM 








FRANC INE BUTLER 


PROVO 




312 




KENNETH DAVID BUTLER 


PAVSON 


UTAH 


27* 




KERRY J BUTLER 


NEW YORK 


N Y 






NORMAN L BUTLER 


HILL SPR ALTA 








RUTH BUUER 


JEROME 


IDA 






ROBERT B BUTLER 


CEDAR CITY 


UTAH 


222. 


368 


SYLVIA G BUTLER 


WOODINVILLE 




312 




SUSAN L RUTLER 


LAJOLLA 


CAL 






SYLVAN G BUTLER 


ALBERTA 


CAN 


219 




VERA BUTLER 


KAMAS 


UTAH 


I2J 




HELFN E RUTSCHEK 


SOUTH GATE 


CAL 


131. 


3 TO 


JUDY A 8UTTEHFIELD 


PROVO 


UTAH 






BARBARA RUTTFRS 


SALT LAKE 


UTAH 


164. 


2 34 


LEE JENSFN BUTTLE 


PROVO 


UTAH 






KENNETH L BUZARO 


NORCO 




232. 


312 


ARIEL J BYREE 


TORRANCE 


CAL 






KLAIR NALOFR BY6EE 


SELL 


CAL 


34. 


298. 305 


DENNIS W BVERS 


SAN DIEGO ■ 


CAL 


170 





KEITH W BYERS 
CYRUS R BY LUND 
LEAH MARY BYRNE 
THOMAS EDGAR BYRNES 
JUDITH A 8YSTROM 
NINA JEAN BTROM 
GAIL BYTHEWAY 
RICHARD L 8YWATER 



leona ann cagle 
lewis j cable 
wayne l cadman 
Clifford d cabanilla 
tim brant cafferty 
alice camalan 
thomas e cahul 
jimmie cahoon 
lynoa kav cahoon 
harlan n cahoon 
roger lee cahoon 
sara l calapc 
carolyn louise cain 
clarence a calder 
douglas g calder 
fred h calder 
janet calder 
eldred a caldwell 
caryn l caldwell 
kathleen caldwell 
larry d caldwell 
merlin d caldwell 
nada ann caldwell 
rat edward calowell 
wayne elgin calhoun 
amy l call 
arlan m call 
carolyn janene call 
dora m call 
henry michael call 
henry dee call 

JAMES HARLOw CALL 

michel l call 
nora ann call 
sue lynne call 
william anson call 
monioue f callewaert 

lorraine lee callaway 
karen lee callaway 
louise m calli5ter 
jerry eloon call1ster 
gary callis 
garry lee callis 
kenneth n callister 
sheldon l callister 
terry brant calvert 
hichele j calvin 
Gloria jean camarillo 
carolyn j cameron 
bruce g cameron 
daniel r cameron 
colleen cameron 
juoith h cameron 
leslie cameron 
johnnie l cameron 
marlvn jeam cameron 
grover b cameron 
sandra cameron 
steven b cameron 
rose marie cameron 
steven h cameron 
camille elaine camp 
blaine b campbell jr 
aaron e campbell 
alice campbell 
carolyn campbell 
davio f campbell 
douglas g campbell 
eugene campbell 
jack dehpsey campbell 
jacouelyne campbell 
lyman m campbell 
michael r campbell 
myra l campbell 
marilyn campbell 
mary ann campbell 
travis k campbell 
robert n campbell 
carol ann canann 
dana f canatsey 
robert bruce campion 
van canann 
david allen candland 
don s canoland 
david noel canoland 
gail cooper 
robert guy candland 
valorie canoland 
john canfield 
william g canning 
angus robert cannon 
christie cannon 
cleone cannon 
elizabeth ann cannon 
clawson cannon 
joel reynolds cannon 
kathleen cannon 
linda cannon 
j terrance cannon 
maryina cannon 
ruth lynne cannon 
sh1rl t cannon 
elizabeth a cansler 
willian m cantrell jr 
lavora jean capps 



NEEDLES 

SANTAOUlN 

MOSCOW 

PROVO 

LOS ANGELES 

SPANISH FORK 

SALT LAKE 

VALLEJO 



LOS ANGELES 
EDEN 
PROVO 
CALDWELL 



LTHBRDGE ALT' 

PROVU 

SACRAMENTO 

LOS ANGELES 

ELGIN 

LEThBRIOGE 

VERNAL 

PROVO 

MOSES LAKE 

SPOKANE 

JENSEN 

PlNGREt 

CAROSTON ALT! 

CARDSTON ALT! 

PROVU 

MESA 

portland 
Twin falls 
n highlands 
Chihuahua 
bountiful 
Layton 

DOUGLAS 

AFTON 

DOUGLAS 

ONTARIO 

AFTON 

SALT LAKE CT' 

PROVO 

HASTINGS 

VAN NUTS 



DARL 



CAPPS 



WILLIAM R CARINGER 
PETER T CARKULlS 
GARY EVANS CARLEN 
DUANE S CARLING 
CAROLYN C CARLISLE 
STEPHEN R CARLISLE 
LORRAINE CARLISLE 
BETTY CARLSON 
DUANE ALEl CARLSON 
CAROL JOAN CARLSON 
DALE LAMAR CARLSEN 
DORIS J A CARLSON 
MONTE CARLSON 
IHOMAS S CARLSON 
VICTOR IRL CARLSON 
MARTIN L CARLSON 
RICHARD A CARLSON 
EDITH P CARlSTON 
DENNIS P CARLSTON 
CHARLES B CARLSTON 
JILL CARLSTON 
LON MICHAEL CARLSTON 
JUDITH L CARLSTON 
KATHLEEN J CARLSTON 
PAULA CARLSTON 
MARTY L CARLYLE 
GERALDINE CARMEN 
RULAN M CARNAHAN 
CAROLYN ANN CARNEAL 
JEAN M CARNES 
JOYCE ANNCARNES 
DONALD A CARPENTER 
KAY F CARPENTER 
MARVELL N CARPENTER 
LANA RENEE CARPENTER 
CATHERINE CARR 
L DUSKA L CARR 
MARY ELEANOR CARR 
RUSSELL OWEN CARR 
WILLIAM CHARLES CARR 
PHILIP EDWARD CARR 
SARAH JANE CARR 
CHERYL CARRICTH 
FORREST BIRO CARROLL 
KATHRYN ROSE CARROLL 
JEAN M CARROLL 
PAUL w CARROLL 
CHERYL A CARRUTH 
GERALD S CARRUTHERS 
CHRISTINE A CARSON 
GERALD GEORGE CARSON 
DONNA L CARSON 
BARBARA J CARSON 
EVA DIANE C CARSON 
CAROLYN CARSON 
NERRILL G CARSON 
MELVIN J CARSON 
B0B8V GENE CARTEE 

andrew p carter 

BEN CARTER 
BRUCE CARTER 



ARIZ 218. 332 



ARIZ 32* 



202. 299. 307, 330 



GRANTSViLLE 
OREM 

BUFFALO 

MONTEREY PARK 

OREM 

LAS VEGAS 

LOS ANGELES 

VAN NUYS 

GREAT FALLS 

LAS VEGAS 

OUINCV 

BURLEV 

CH1C0 

CAREV 
CAREY 
GLENDALE 
WHITTIER 
APO 332 N Y 



18*. 307. 312 



ELEANOR CA 
ANN LOUISE CARAWAY 
LEONEL M CARBAJAL 
KENLYN LEA CARD 
LYNNE CARD 
RICHARD L CARD 
JO ELLEN CARDALL 
WILLIAMS W CARDELL 
CHARLES HOWARD CAROON 



LOS ANGELES *5 


CAL 


OREM 


UTAH 


I ONE 


CAL 


PROVO 


UTAH 


SALT LAKE 


UTAH 


ELCAJON 


CAL 


SAN RAFAIL 


CAL 


DENVER 2 


COLO 


NAPA 


CAL 


SAN ANSELMS 


CAL 


MURRAY 7 


UTAH 


EUGENE 


ORE 


N CHEVY CHASE1S 


MO 


PROVO 


UTAH 


CHEVY CHASE 


MD 


OREM 


UTAH 


LOS ANGELES 


CAL 


PROVO 


UTAH 


SAN DIEGO 


CAL 


SAMTA ANA 


CAL 


BERKELEY 5 


CAL 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


LOS ANGELES 


CAL 


PROVO 


UTAH 


CULVER CITY 


CAL 


PROVO 


UlAH 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


SILVER CITY 




ATLANTA 




STARKE 


FLA 


ARCADIA 


UTAH 


GREENVILLE 


CAL 


MEXICO 




MONROVIA 


CAL 


DEMONTON ALTA 


CAN 


SALEH 


UTAH 




CAL 


DEm|NG 


N M 


PROVO 


UTAH 


ESCALAHTE 




GREENACRES 


WASH 


PROVO 


UTAH 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 


LIVERMORE 


CAL 


SHERMAN OAKS 


CAL 


PORTLAND 25 


OREG 


AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 


DENVER 


COLO 


SALEM 


UTAH 


WHITTIER 


CAL 


SAN DIMAS 


CAL 


PROVO 


UTAH 


HURLEY 




LONG BtACH •■ 


CAL 


RUPERT 


IOA 


FRIENDSHIP 


WIS 


N LAS VEGAS 


NtV 


CONCORO 


CAL 


WHITTIER 


CAL 


ARLINGTON 5 


VA 


ARLINGTON 5 


VA 


CONCORO 


CAL 


LOS ANGELES 3* 


CAL 


SEATTLE 99 


WASH 


FAIRVIEW 


UTAH 


WALLA WALLA 


WASH 


CHEYENNE 


WYO 


MALTA 


IDA 


LAS VEGAS 


NEV 


MCNINNVlLLE 


ORE 


MCMIHNVlLLE 


ORE 


EL CERRITO 


CAL 


MODESTO 


CAL 


BAKERSFItLD 


CAL 


MERMISTON 


ORE 


GLENOALE 6 


CAL 



SAN 


GABRIEL 


TROD 


TOALE 


SAN 


OILGO 


DRW 




PHOE 






EMONT 




LAKE CI 


LAS 


VEGAS 


LAS 


VEGAS 




LLYWOOD 


.»( J 


■ CAN FOI 


FAIN 


FIELD 


LEHI 




QUE" 




iP*R 


TANBUHG 



122. 128. 2*9 



20*. 232. 213 



415 



CATHIE ANftF Carta 
OELL R08FRT CARTER 
ILENE CARTER 
JAMES E CARTE" 

i EDWARD CARTER 



UTAH 3»B 



INDA I 



RONALD 



MuEL JOHN CAi 



ITEB 



rEB 



VEN WAYNE ■ i 
S'NnRA CARTER 
STEPHEN f CARTER 
ShEBREL CARTER 
SHEILA JFAN CARTER 
CHARLES F CARTNtLL 
KABIN JEAN CARuSONE 
jAHES ANftHEW CARVER 
MART CARVEB 
LEw|S * CASE 
GEORGIA i i 'i if CASO 
SARAH ELIZABETH CASH 
VENDA C CASTLERERflY 
LLOYD ALLEN CASE 
GLORIA JEAN CASPER 



NELSON 8 C 

PROVO 

BEAVER 

DALLAS 

PROVO 

PROvO 

SPRINGVILLE 

DOWNt v 

PROvO 

(EARNS 

PROvO 

SPANISH FORK 

OGDEN 

SAN DIEGO 

601SE 

PROVO 

PROvO 

VERNAL 



ITAM 2S2, 323. 327 



COST' 



M| KJ 



GORDON C CASPEB 


PBOVD 


UTAl 


OONNA MABIF CASPERSON 


PBESTON 




KAREN L CASSELL 


HILL A F B 


UTA 


CAROL G CASSELL 


SAN DIEGO 


5 CAL 


GABY OENNIS CASS 


NEWHALL 




DAVID WAYNE CASS 


NEWHALL 


CAL 


ALAN EGAN CASSELL 


REDWOOD CITY 


CAL 


MARION N CASTELCIRO 


NEW YORK 




GEORGE R CASTELFIRO 


NEW YORK 




CARINA Kay CAST*GNETO 


NAMPA 


IDA 


JIMMY B CASTLE 


THELMA 




OAVID f CASTLE 


ALBUOUFRQUE 




ROBEBT i.nn CASTLE 


OAKLAND 


S CAL 


THOMAS S CATHERALL 


LOS ANGELES • 


2 CAL 


GEORGE V CATES 


KNOX 


HE 


LOIS CATTEN 




UTAl 


TONIA CALF CAVALIERI 


SONORA 


CAL 


CAROL ANN CAWlEY 


BOUNT IFUL 


UTAl 


BOGFH R CAWLFY 


PLEASANT GO 


UTAt 


MARVIN LFON CAZ1ER 


RUPERT 


IOA 


LARRY E CHADwICK 


SPRINGVILLE 




LUCINDA MARIE '- hal* 


LEWIS 


KAN 


NORMAN IFF CMALLRuRG 


CITRiiS HEIGMt 


CAL 


FRANK W rni-nFBL * I N 


SALT LAKE 


UTA 


JARON L CHAHBEBLAIN 


BOULDER CITY 


NEW 


MARK L CHAMBFRLIN 


WALNUT CREEK 


CAL 


faye a chambers 


ROXBORO 


N C 


NANCY N CHAMBERS 


SEATTLE 


WAS 


WAVLON E CHAMPION 


DOWNEY 


CAL 


B08ERT LFE CHAMBERS 


LEMON GBOVE 


CAL 


"FAN J champion 


PROvO 


UTA 


FNID ARLFNF CHAMPNEY 


FT MACLEOD AL 


CAN 


YING MING CHAN 






-H r>« SUSANAH CHAN 


HONG KONG 


CHI 


MING FUNG CHAN 


KOWLOON 




cheuk Chan 


HONG KONG 


CHI 


Put KWAN P CHAN 




CHI 


YU CHEUNG CHAN 


HONG KONG 


CHIt 


OAVID L CHANDLER 


NEW PLYMOUTH 


IDA 


WIN1FBED • A CHANG 


KAHALUU 




SE CHON CHANG 






PAI HU HANG CHANG 






HSIAO CHFNG CHANG 


TAIPEI 


TAI 


JUDITH ANNE CHAP1N 


MENLO PABK 


CAL 


JANFS T CHAPLIN 


PROVO 


UTA> 


CORMA GAMBLE CHAPMAN 


OR EM 


UTAf 


OENNIS BlJRK CHAPMAN 


MFSA 


ARI 


JAMFS A CHAPMAN JB 






OTANM EATON CHAPMAN 


NAGEEZI 




VAL GENE CHAPPELL 


PROVO 




LLOYD L CHAPPELL 




UTA* 




SPRINGVILLE 




OEANNA CHAPPFLL 


LOA 




HILDREO CHAPPELL 


LOA 


UTAh 


FVA CHAPPELL 






KEITH B CHAPPLF 


PROVO 


UTAt- 


HUGH M CHARLES 11 


N HOLLYWOOD 


CAL 


RAYMOND R CHARTERS 


BINGES 


WASP 


DUANE BYRON CHASE 


OR INDA 


CAL 



211. 228. 376 



JOHN DUNN CHASE 


POCATELLO 


JANICE MARIE CHASE 




KENNETH WAYNE CHASE 


PROVO 


ALBERT N CHASTON 


PROVO 


RALPH CHASE 


MARSING 


BEEO HAROLD CHASE JR 


OR1NDA 


TANJA CHATTERLEY 


LEWISTON 


DIANE CHATWlN 




MARSHALL W CHATWlN 


OREM 


CABOL J fHFCKETTS 


SANTA BARBAR 


HUGH LEON CMEEVER 


CEDAR CITY 


PENELOPE HALL CHELL1S 


LINCOLN 


DABRELL LEE CHENEY 


BURL FY 


EBNEST JOHN CHENEY 


FMMETT 


ELLEN MAF CHENEY 


LOS GATOS 


alan a Cheney 


LOS GATOS 


mElvin david Cheney 


THORNTON 


MERLIN GFNF CHFNEY 


PROVO 


JUDY ANN CHENEY 


JACKSON 


CHUNG KUANG CHENG 


HS1N CHU 


PATRICIA S CHENFY 


SAN LEANDRO 


RALPH KAK MAN CHENG 


KOWLOON 


PAUL A CHFRB1NGTON 


SPRINGVILLE 


MARy C ChESSFR 


ORLANDO 


STEPHEN P H CHEUNG 


KOWLOON H K 


BARBARA JFAN CHICK 


KENSINGTON 


EVAS LEON CHIDESTER 


AMERICAN FOR 


WAN NIEN CHIEN 


HONG KONG 


PHILIP Y|K BONG CHIEN 


WALNUT CREEK 


BERDENE CHILD 


S*LT LAKE CT 


EBLENE CHILD 


SPRINGVILLE 


JOHN KAY CHILD 


OGDEN 


GLENN BOSS CHILD 


OGDEN 


KEITH B CHILD 


NYSSA 


BFFD ADAMS CHILD 


NYSSA 


MARGARET A CHILDERS 


ALTON 


MARGARET CHILDS 




CAROLYN CHILDS 


OREM 


CAROLYN R CHILDS 


PARK CITY 


HOWARD LFROY CHILDS 


CARMICHAEL 


MARVIN H CHlLDS 


RENO 


RICHABD l CHINN 


BAKER 


CLARENCE FOOK t ching 


HONOLULU 


FREEMAN B CH1PMAN 


PROVO 


HELEN CHIPMAN 


AMERICAN FOR 


KFNyON LYNN CHIPMAN 


WELLING ALIA 




AMERICAN FOR 


DONNA S P CHIU 


N ROAO 


BONALD LFF CHOWFN 


LOMITA 


HARLEy Q ChBISTFNOT 


CHESTER 


ANN ETTA CHRISTENSEN 


MERIUIAN 


ANN CHRI STENSEN 


AMERICAN FOR 


ARLENE ChBI STENSEN 


MERIDIAN 


ABIEL B CHBISTENSEN 


BOISE 


BETTY KAY CHRISTENSEN 


KENT 


BEBIT E CHBI STENSEN 


MESA 


BING CHRISTENSEN 


ANCHORAGE 


BETTE M CHRISTENSEN 


OAKLAND 


BRnCE L i-HBlSTENSEN 


CLEARFIELD 


CAROL J CHBISTFNSEN 


PROVO 


CHRISTIAN CHRISTENSEN 


REIRURG 


CLAY g CHRISTENSEN 


PROVO 


CLARK G CHRISTENSFN 


SALEM 


CONNIE ChB] STENSEN 


CASTRO VALLE 


DABwIN L CHRISTENSEN 


BOISE 


DAVID w CHRISTENSEN 


UKIAH 


DAVID « CHRISTENSEN 


KENNEWICK 


DIANE L CHRISTENSEN 


LAS VEGAS 


DEAN E CmRISTENSEN 


PROVO 


DONNA H CHRISTFNSEN 


PROVO 


DOUGLAS CHRISTFNSEN 




DOUGLAS N CHRISTENSEN 


RAYMOND ALTA 


DOUGLAS A CHB1STENSEN 


OlLDALE 


Evelyn Chbi stEnsen 


RICHFIELD 


GAIL N CHRISTENSEN 


SALT LAKE CT 


HE8ER C CHfll STENSEN 


RIChFIElO 


IVALOU CHRISTENSEN 


PRESTON 


JAMES CHRISTENSEN 


IDAHO FALLS 



JANICE CHRI STENSEN 
JENA 8 CHBI STENSEN 
JENA V CHfll STENSEN 



KAREN ■ CHBISTENSEM 
KATmRyN ChBISIENSEN 
KEITH B CHRISTENSEN 
LAOO C CHRISTENSEN 

LARRY C CHBISIENSEN 
L»BPY R CHRISTENSEN 
LINOA CHRISTENSEN 
LINDA B M CHBISTEHSEN 
LINDA E 'HBI5TFNSEN 



iNE Chi 



IISTENSEN 
ILYN l CHRISTENSEN 
THA CHRISTENSEN 
THA CHRISTENSEN 
IOENE CHRISTENSEN 
HA£L s CHRISTENSEN 
■ CHRIMENSEN 
IL P ChBISTENSEN 
HARD F fHPIiTENSFN 



POCATELLO 

SHELLEY 

CHANDLER 

FALLS CHURCH 

LOS ANGELES 

VEBAOALE 

SPRINGVILLE 

OREM 

RICHFIELO 

MI PLEASANT 

SALT LAKE CTY 

ARLINGTON 

LOS ANGFLFS < 

SAN LEANDRO 

GRACE 

PAY SON 



WASH 

UTAH 

UTAH 



robert l christensen 
roma l christensen 
iwila k christensen 
warene christensen 
william p christensen 
william christensen 
william christensen 
richard p christenson 
peter christenson 
diane chbistenson 
suzanne christenson 
karl adam christian 
david g Christiansen 
elroy g christiansen 
francis j christensen 
john d christiansen 
janette christiansen 
lynn a christiansen 
maboeen christ!* 



SCHURZ 
CALDWELL 
CONCORD 
DOWNEY 
CALIENTE 
PLEASANT GR 
FARMING TON 
SALT LAKE CT 
POHIERVILLE 



RISTENSEN 



NANCY E CHRIST! 
ROLLO O CHRIST! 
RALLET CHRISTIA 
SHABON CHRISTIA 



i SEN 



LOS ANGELES I 
PAYSON 

parkdalE 

SALEM 

GLENDALt 

WElSER 

COUNCIL 6LUFF 

PARKDALt 

NORTHRlOGt 

SALT LAKE CTY 

tAST ELY 

OREH 

N LAS VEGAS 

OREH 

pleasant gr 
salt lake cty 

MEDIA 



MARIETTA CHRISTLEY 


SALEM 


JOHN A CHRISTIt 


SI CATHERINE 


RICHABD CHRISTLIEB 


KIRTLAND 


ALLEN CHR] STOPHERSON 


ALEXANDRIA 


ANN E CHB | STOPHERSON 




M KENT CHRISTOPHERSON 


PROVO 


SHARON L CHRISTY 


LAS VEGAS 


FRANCES A CHUOO 


NO HOLLYWOOD 


LEE RUSSON CHUGG 


PROVO 


JANE Y J CHUI 


F.VANSTON 


MARILYN Y CHURCH 


GREEN ACRES 


ROBERT H CHURCH 


HESA 




MIDWAY 


DEVA RAE CLARIDGE 


DUNCAN 


LAURALEE CLAPIER 


MARSING 


ANN ALEEN CLARK 


COALVlLLt 


BILL LOWIN CLARK 


PROVO 


BRENT N CLARK 


WASHINGTON 


CABOLYNE E CLARK 


OREM 


CARMEN L CLARK 


SPANISH FORK 


DALE H CLARK 


SPRINGVILLE 


DIANE CLARK 


PROVO 


DORTHY M CLARK 


IDAHO FALLS 


DOROTHY C0R6IN CLARK 


PROVO 


dowole Clark 




ERMA CLARK 


MORGAN 


FRANK V CLARK JR 


SALT LAKE CI 


FRED B CLARK 


ANGWIN 


GARY GENE CLARK 


WEST COVINA 


Gladys Clark 


GEORGETOWN 


HAROLD A CLARK 


KANSAS CITY 


HELEN J CLARK 


OREM 


HENRY CLIFFORD CLARK 


PAYSON 


JILL CLARK 


LOS ANGELES 


JEANETTE CLARK 




JOHN LAWRENCE CLARK 


GRANTSVILLE 


JOHN C CLARK 


INGLE WOOD 


JOAN CECILE Clark 


PROVO 


JOANNE CLARK 


SPANISH FORK 


LARRY LYTHGOE CLARK 


COALVILLE 


LINDA R CLARK 


OGDEN 


LESLIE A CLARK 


PASADENNA 


LOWELL L CLARK 


VANCOUVER 


LYNNE CLARK 


S PASADENA 


LUCILLE CLARK 


VALE 


MARGARET A CLARK 


ATWATERMLRCEt 



UTAH 22b, 329 



NORMAN DEAN CLARK 

ROBERTA it CLARK 
ROGER HORHELL CLARK 
ROBERT LESLIE CLARK 
RONALD nEITH CLARI 
STEPHEN JAMES CLARK 
STUART L CLARK 

teresa DiANt Clark 

IERRY ELDON CLARK 



PHOVU 
OGDEN 



FALLS OHEG 361 



tBRO i 
'IRGIN 

wlLLIAI 



D CL. 



uarsara l Clarke 
dennis r Clarke 

KAThBYN CLARKE 

leslie a clarke 
janice l Clarke 
yvonne anne clarke 
fae clarkson 
william j claussen 
juyce a claud 
gary clark clawson 
dennis o clawsun 

RUDNEy ELROY CLAWSON 
UEAN C CLAY 
JULIE M CLAY 
ROBERT DON CLAY 
CAROL L CLAYSON 
PAUL TAYLOR CLAYSUN 
CHARLES C CLAYTON 



GOROON DOYLE HAFNtft 
EMILY ANN CLEGG 

Eloise CLEGG 
john clegg 
joseph halvor clegg 
joseph richard clegi 
douglas r Clement 
anagene clement 
oavid l clement 
sharilyn clement 
clyde hay clements 
linda r clements 
kara lee Clemen 



SACRAMENTO 
PROVO 
PROVO 

THOUSAND OAKS 
VALLE JO 



LEMI 



NEIL w CLEMENTS 
VERNAL LYLE CLEVEHLET 
JAMES BURCH CLIFFORD 
LEANDER P CLIFFORD 
RAY THOMAS CLIFFURD 
JANITH LOIS CLIFION 
JO ELLEN CLINE 
ERNEST CLINE 
DAVID GEORGE CLOVE 
PAMELA CLOVE 
GEORGE M CLOWARD 
CONNIE D CLOWARD 



DbAi 



CLcn 



I a CLOWARD 
GAY CLOWARD 
SPENCER K CLUWARO 
OIANNE CLUFF 
DARWIN DEE CLUFF 
CHESTER R CLUFF 
CATHERINE CLUFF 
KENNETH C CLUFF 
JAMES MARVIN CLUFF 
STEPHEN M CLUFF 
VIRGINIA J CLUFF 
DON ROGER CLYDE 
PATRICIA SCOIT CLYDE 
DENNIS LEE CLYNICK 
PETER F CLYDE 
CAROLE CLYNICK 
STEVEN J COATS 
PHYLLIS ETTA COAIES 
LELAND 8 COBURN 
JUDITH RAE COCHRAN 
ELLA COCHRAN 
MARLYN RUTH COCHRAN 



GAY COLE 

JACQUELINE ANN COLE 
MICHAEL S COLE 

RUSSELL L COLE 
dERNARU H COLEMAN JB 
KAREN K COLEMAN 
JUDY HELEN COLEMAN 
JEAN COLEMAN 
NEIL KEITH COLEMAN 
ILENE RAE COLEMAN 



GRACE 

PROVO 

S JORDAN 

LAS VEGAS 

ORANGE VALE 

OGDEN 

MAGNA 

REX8URG 

ROSEVILLE 

SPRINGVILLE 

MIDVALl 

REXBURG 

IDAHO FALLS 

SHERMAN UAKS 

PORTLAND 

MlLWAUKlE 

OGDEN 

DOWNEY 

RICHLAND 

HURRICANE 

HURRICANE 

MODESTO 

PNOVO 

SPANISH FURK 

PHOVO 

SALT LAKE CI' 

ALBUQUERQUE 

PLEASANT GR 

SALT LAKE CT' 

PROVO 

PROVO 

FARMINGTON 

OERKELtY 

ASHLAND 

SPRINGVILLE 



RALEIGI 

OMAHA 

PHOENU 



COLORADO SPGS 

PHOVU 

RUPERT 



UTAH 19«. J5U 



UCEAI 



ilOE 



REM, 



COLLI 



r COLES 
FLOYD H COLES 
DEllA ILENE COLLARO 
BEIThA M COLLIER 
PAMELA JEAN COLLIER 
JOHN A COLLINGS 
WILLIAM 8 COLLINGS Jl 
CONSTANCE M COLLINS 
LYNN RAY COLLINS 
HILLS R COLLINS JR 



MAGNA 

RUPER 

SANTA MONICA 

ORINDA 

LAKE WOOD 

PRESTON 

LUS ANGLLES 

IDAHO FALLS 

RUPEHT 

I RM INGHAM 

ENLO PAMK 

LOS ANGELES 

ARCADIA 

POCATELLO 

LONG BEACH 

PROVO 

AMERICAN FORI 

LEVAN 

SPOKANE 



HOWARD K COLIRIN 
JULIE COLVIN 
NAN COLVIN 
JUOY KAY COMBS 
RUTH COMBS 
BETH COMBS 
PAMELA F COMSTOCK 
GEORGE R COMPTON 
GARY R COMSTOCK 
IRENE COuPTON 
DEAN R CONANI 
JAMES WOFFORD CONDLEY 
SHIRLEY P CONDIE 
DAVID G CONDON 
THOMAS DAN CONGER 
ELIZABETH CONGER 
HRENT JENSEN CONL1N 
FRANK L CONLIN 
CHAROL OFF CONLEY 
JOYCE ROANNE CONKLIN 
1FVFRLEY J CONNOL 
MARYLYN ANN COI 
ROGFR L CONNOR' 
WILSON L CONOVE 

i conovf 



NOt i 



INE 



LINDA CONBi 
JENNINGS G CONRAD 
CHLOE JEAN CONRAD 
BYARD L CONRAD 
PAUL MICHAEL CONRAD 
CONNIE J CONSTAF 
ALAN DENNIS COOI 
BARBARA A COOK 
CAROLE IRFNE C COOK 
CONNIE COOK 
TAROL MARIE COOK 
DOUGLAS GIBSON COOK 
DARRELL J COOK 
CHARLET FIIPMA COOK 
DOROTHY BENEE CdriK 
CHARLOIIF A COOK 
GERALD L COUK 
GAYLE COOK 
HOMER J COOK 
IVAN B COOK 
JERBY C COOK 
JAY H COOK 
JAMES REFD COOK 
JANICE P COOK 
KATHBYN CODK 
KENNETH PELTNN COOK 
'IAOINE H COOK 
NIGEL FBFOERICK COOK 

paul i cook 

RICHABD M COOK 
ROBERT F COOK 
ROBFRT EDWARD COOK 
VERL W COOK 
VIOLA J COOK 
VIRGINIA L COOL FY 
OAVIO M COOMBS 
JAMES CURTIS COOMBS 
JUDY COOMBS 
RALPH JAY CQOMES 
PATRICIA CONOVER 
PAUL E COON 
AVENNA G COOPER 
BART M COOPER 
ALICE L COOPFR 
DARYL COOPER 
JOSFPH F COOPEB JB 
LYLF J COOPEB 
tINnA MAF COOPER 
OHILIP E L COOPFB 
CLARA AMFL IA CftPA 
ANN E COPE 
SANDRA COPE 
JUNE M COPELAND 
LYNDA LEF COPELAND 
DALE A CORAY 
">AVID CDRBFTT 
JULIE ANN CORBFTT 
JAMES M rORBFTT 
ROBERT LFROY CORPETT 
JUDY GAYNFl COBB 
ROBERT CnRRIDGF 
1ARRY I CORCHNOY 
STANLEY P CORBRIDGE 
STEVEN P CORBRIDGE 
RH£A CORONER 
PHYLLIS CORDON 
CARRIE CPRLESS 
JOHN CONOIE CORLESS 
JANICE CflRNETt 
"ERRILL D CORNFLIUS 
MAUREEN CORRY 
RONALD ft CORRIV 
ELAINE CORISFN 
BETTY J COSSICK 
BRUCE D COTTAM 
' HELEN COI 



AU 



TED I 



COTTI 



walter b coitle 
charee a cottrell 
joanne cottrell 
lanny Eugene coulston 
lee r coulson 
ronald lff coup 
joyce l coulson 
margaret f cousins 
mont court 
JESSIE may covey 

STEVE V COVINGTON 
ERROL O COVINGTON 
DAWN H COWAN 
ALEX PARK COWAN 
GABY fl COWAN 
JACQUELINE COWAN 
MARILYN J COWAN 
ROBERT EUGENE COWART 
WANDA S COWABT 
fFNDALL F COWLEY 
LEWIS TEn COWLEY 
JAMES HAURICE COWLEY 
MARSHA RAE COWLEY 
WAYNE DlKON COWLEY 
BETTY LORRAINE COX 
'TTF A COX 



BOISE 
OGDEN 

PROVO 
FULLER! 



SAC TO 
>Y 

BAKER 



ROY 

PROVO 

YERINGTON 

PROVO 
PROVO 
ONTARIO 
SEATTLE 
SODA SPRING 
TAMER ALIA 

BERKELEY 
WALNUT CREEK 
LONG BEACH 

MESA 

SPRINGVILLE 
IDAHO FALLS 
MCG1LL 
KITIIIAS 
SAN DIEGO 
MANHATTAN BO 
HENDERSON 



CRAIG 

PLATISBURG 

VERNAL 

PL GROVF 

SUNNYSIDE 

FOUNTAIN GREN 

GRANDHY SHOR 

AMERICAN FORK 

PROVO 

ROOSEVELT 

FRUITLAND 

CALDWELL 

SALMON 

SPRINGVILLE 

SANTA CRUZ 

SHELLEY 

EPHRAIM 

SALEM 

DEVON 

BOULDER CITY 

SAN FRANCISCO 

PROVO 

LONG BEACH 

OREM 

CENTRAL POINT 

ASHTON 

SANFORD 

SANFOHD 

PROVO 



GlENDALE 
PROVO 

IDAHO FALLS 
FAST ELY 



JACKSONVILLE 
PAYSON 
SOUTH GATE 
BERKELEY 

OELLFLOWER 



NEV 

UTAH 
UTAH 



DGE 



N HOLLYWOOD 

WALNUT CREEK 

WALNUT CREEK 

OREM 

KENT 

IDAHO FALLS 

IDAHO FALLS 

RESEDA 

RONAN 

PROVD 



NUBWALK 
DELANO 
SALT LAKE CT 



IBS, 303. 3TZ 



IS6. Z13, 3S6 



.KE CTY 



EUSTI 

SALT Li 

PROVO 

SPRINGVILLE 

ODELL 

PROVO 

BLACKFOOT 

PROVO 

NO HOLLYWOOD 

GBND JUNCTION 

BOULDER CITY 



WINI 
PANACA 



UTAH 132. 36* 



WASH 33ta 



GLENDA COI 


PROVO 


UTAH 




JAMFS ANDRFW COX 


SANDY 


UTAH 


31* 


JUDITH A COX 


SAN RAFAEL 


CAL 


3 3* 


•AVF BRUCE COX 


POCATELLO 


IDA 


AD* 


PAT CONOvFR 


OGDEN 


UTAH 




PATRICIA GAIL COX 


BUHL 


IOA 




BOGFB COX 


IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 




BOBERT B COK 


OREM 


UTAH 




ROBERT JAMES COX 


INGLEWOOD 


CAL 




VIVIAN J COX 


GRIDLEY 


CAL 


Ml 


SHIRLEY COX 






ISO 


RALPH DEF COZZENS 


PROVO 


UTAH 




BRUCE C CRABIBEF 


SEATTLE 


WASH 




BARBARA ft CRAFTS 


DELTA 


UTAH 










22T 


JAYNE ANN CRAGUN 


OGDEN 


UTAH 


3b 1 


HARRY G CRAGUN 


VALLEJO 


CAL 




RONALD N CRAGUN 


OGDEN 


UTAH 




PAUL RUMFL CRAGUN 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 


2 2* 


PAUL E CRAIG 


OREM 


UTAH 






HELM 


IDA 




DAVID SAMUEL CRAM 


HELM 


IDA 




CHARLES A CRAMER 


DENVER 26 COLO 


194, 229 


BLISS LYNN CRANDALL 


PROVO 


UTAH 






SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 




ALICE ILFNE CRANDALL 


RUPERT 


IDA 


32* 


CAROLYN A CRANDALL 


LEWISTON 


IDA 


352 


DENNIS LYNN CRANDALL 


GREAT NECK 


N Y 




JUNFLL CRANDALL 


5AFF0RR 


ARIZ 




JEAN CRANDALL 


AMERICAN FORK 


UIAH 


Z2T. 310 


james Philip cranoall 


IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 


3SB 


JAMES B CRANDALL 


SACRAMENTO 


CAL 


310 


JOHN D CRANDALL 


BRIGHAM CITY 


UTAH 




LINDA GAYE CRANDALL 


BOISE 


IOA 




LARRY J CRANDALL 


BOISE 


IDA 




LINOA D CRANDALL 


SAFFORD 


ARIZ 


)6fl. 39* 


SHABON CRANDALL 


RUPERT 


IDA 




VEBN J CBANDALL 


PROVO 


UTAH 




WHILDEN CRANDALL 


BOISE 


IDA 


1S2 


DEE ANN «ANF 






23T 


KATHLEEN CRANF 


PAYSON 




370 


LINDA CRANE 


BuFFOALE 




32T 


LLONA ft CRANF 


BAKER 


OREG 


»• 


THOMAS S CRANER 


BRIGHAM CITY 


UTAH 


3 30 


CARL BRIGHAM CRANER 


PROVO 


UTAH 




FRED FAUSETI CRANMER 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 




RICHLEY h CRAPO 


LAHABRA 


CAL 


3 32 


LLOYD BRUCE CRAPO 


OREM 


UTAH 




JAMES DOUGLAS CRAPO 


IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 




CAROLYN RAE CRAVEN 


SALT LAKE CTY 






CRAIG W CRAWFORD 


NO HOLLYWOOD 


CAL 




JACOUELIN CRAWFORD 


AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 


3SB 


GERALD L CRAWFORD 




CAL 


SM 


BONALD CRAwFftDD 


STARKE 


FLA 




JAMES CRAWLEY 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 




FODIE CRFAST 


FALLS CHURCH 




32* 


GARY EDMUND CBAYIHORN 


PROVO 




176. 36* 


CAROLYN CREER 


GRAND ISLAND 


NEB 


9*S 


KATHLEEN A CRELAN 


MILFORO 


CONN 


32* 


DAVID M rftFIGHTON 


PROVO 


UTAH 


408 


ChABLES RAY cbesap 


SANTA MARIA 


CAL 


221 



416 



ETT 



Ttfiflr HUGH CHESSMAN 

j.l/AXHt CRIOOLE 
DONNA JEAN CRIOOLE 
CAROL JENSEN CRIOOLE 
KEITH fl CRIOOLE 

marilyn crioole 
larry h crismon 
ckeryle cr1tchf1elo 
ross a critckfield 
peter john crnkovic 
douglas crittenden 
elin w crnkovic 
carol crockett 
ernest david ci 
kay crockett 
earl david crockett 
janet leigh crockett 
kenneth lee croff 
ellen maria croff 
stanley b crockett 
thomas r crockett 
douglas orvil croft 
Evelyn mae croft 
grace hiloy croft 
janet irene croft 
laraine icay croft 
meryl lynn croft 



vaughn c croft 
muriel damn crofts 
dorothy irene crofts 
beverly alicia crofts 
diane k crofts 
shirley anne crofts 
robert w cromarty 
richard l cromar 
stanford e chomar 
diane e crompton 
don halter crompton 
wayne reeo crook 
john amos crooks 
donna pearl crookston 
marnita crookston 
connie k cropper 
earl b cropper 
marilyn cropper 
gary f crosby 
shauna crosby 
Ivan anthonv croslano 
robert james croshah 
dennis james crossley 
haxine crossley 
arlen ben crouch 
charlene m crouch 
william r crow 
linda a crow 
maynard a crowther 
carolyn croxton 
carolyn croxford 
kelly crozier 
Charles kennEth crumb 
howard l crump 
jerome u chuze 
catherine cul8ertson 
dennis r cull 1 more 
steven s cullihore 
naomi jean culp 
charles cunnings 
james r cummings 
charmian cummings 
lorena a cummings 
charles c cummins jr 
sylvia larae cunnings 
karon a cunningham 
judith ann cunningham 
kady g cunningham 
gary l cunningham 
perry h cunningham 
william cunningham 
gary m cupp 
howard roy curtin 

KAREN D CuRLlN 
CHARLES G CURRAN 
NANCY J CURTIN 
ELMARY CURRAN 
ALTON CRAIG CURTIS 
BONNIE GAY CURTIS 
DIXIE CURTIS 
DOROTHY W CURTIS 
HENRY CURTIS 
JEAN CURTIS 
JENEAL CURTIS 
LEWIS T CURTIS 
NARILYN LEE CURTIS 
MARY E CURTIS 
NANCY ft CURTIS 

Robert thomas Curtis 
ruth curtis 
sharon k curtis 
sharon kaye cusick 
janes francis cushing 
linda custer 
robert h cutler 
stanley john cutler 
shirley n cutler 
janet cutrer 
virginia cutler 



CAROLVNN DAHL 
ARTHUR DAHL JR 
GREGORY C DAHL 
ELIZABETH DAHL 
MARIAN DAHL 
GORDON GENE DAHLBERG 
ALFRED DAHLER 
AVIS GANN DAMLER 
GERALD LEONARD DAHLHA 
ANN OAHLOUIST 
BARTON EUGENE DAHNEkE 
ANNA VEE DAINES 
WILLIAM DAILY JR 
GERALD VINCENT OAIN 
LARRY M DAINES 
MARILYN HOPE DAINES 
OIANNE DALEY 
CAROLYN DALLEY 
JULIUS FRED DALLEY 
JEAN OALLET 
MARVIN HENRY DALLEY 
MER1LYN KAY DALLEY 
NELSON KENT DALLEY 
MELVIN OALLIN 
ERIC COTTAM DALTON 
JAN WHITNEY DALTON 
JOHN C OALTON 
KATHRTN L DALTON 
RICHARD L OALY 
PAUL E OAMfiON 
CAROL LYNNE DANA 
STEPHEN J DANGERFIELO 
OONNA F DANIEL 
BILLEE P DANIELS 
LENORE OANIELS 
JIM R OANIELS 
HARGARET K DANIELS 
MARY JANICE DANIELS 
MERLIN DEAN DANIELS 
RONALD SMITH DANIELS 
WAYNE E DANIELS 
JO ANN DANIELSON 
IDE K DANIELSON 
ROSE M DANLEY 
ARDIS E DANIELSON 
CLINTON D DANSIE 
PETER DANZIG 
GLORIA F DARLAND 
RICHARO WEST DARLING 
BRENDA J DARLING 
NEDDIE L DARLING 
LEE A OARRINGTON 
JO ANN DARNEY 
DONALD R DARNELL 
PAUL RIGTRUP DART 
KENLON e DAUBERT 
BYRON F DAVENPORT 
HENRY W DAVENPORT 
KENT J DAVENPORT 
LAHELL J DAVENPORT 
JOSEPHINE DAVID 
ANN L DAVIDSON 
DAVID A DAvlOSON 
BONNY MARIE DAVIDSON 
ELMARY DAVIDSON 
ROLAND F DAVIDSON 
WALTER H DAVIDSON 
DOROTHY J OAVIES 
DAVID B OAvIES 

david leroi davies 
donald f davies 
grant william oavies 
marion l davies 
ric davies 
thomas glen davies 
stephen l oavies 
aldeana davis 
beth davis 
Charles floyd davis 



PASADENA 


CAL 


LONG BEACH 


CAL 


ST ANTHONY 


IDA 


DOWNEY 


IDA 


LAYTON 


UTAH 


SAN PABLO 


CAL 


PROVO 


UTAH 


OAKLEY 


IDA 


PROVO 




PROVO 


UTAH 


HEBER 


UTAH 


PROVO 


UTAH 


MEM 




PIMA 


ARIZ 


PROVO 




DOWNEY 


CAL 


ALHAMBRA 


CAL 


ALHAMBRA 


CAL 


CARMICHAEL 


CAL 


MANTECA 


CAL 


PROVO 


UTAH 


PROVO 


UTAH 


PROVO 




SHOSHONE 


IDA 


NANPA 


IDA 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


pleasant or 


UTAH 


PANGUITCh 




mEnlo park 


CAL 


menlO park 


CAL 


FIRTH 


IDA 


MENLO PARK 


CAL 


PROVOST ALTA 




PLEASANT GR 


UTAH 


GARDINER 


MONT 


SPARKS 


NEV 


OGDEN 


UTAH 


TROT 


IOA 


SHELLEY 


IOA 


MURRAY 


UTAH 


INDEPENDENCE 


HO 


HINCKLEY 


UTAH 


PROVO 


UTAH 


IDAHO FALLS 


IOA 


PROVO 


UTAH 


OGDEN 


UTAH 


HOLD6N 


UTAH 


MOUNTAIN VW 


CAL 


ST CHARLES 


IDA 


COUNCIL 


IDA 


JEROME 


IDA 


OGDEN 


UTAH 


DOWNEY 


CAL 


ROBERTS 


MONT 


LONG BEACH b 


CAL 


SHERMAN OAKS 


CAL 


SAN NATEO 


CAL 


NEDLA 


UTAH 


PROVO 


UTAH 


BLUFFOALE 


UTAH 


PAlOS VERDES 


CAL 


PLEASANT GR 


UTAH 


PLEASANT GR 


UTAH 


HARDIN 


MONT 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


OGDEN 


UTAH 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 


JACKSON 


WYO 


SALT LAKE CTY 9 


UTAH 




ARIZ 


SANTA ROSA 


CAL 


GRAND JUNCT 


COLO 


OREN 


UTAH 


SACRANtNTO Zl 


CAL 


BLACKFOOT 


IDA 


SALEM 


OREG 


LANCASTER 


CAL 


MESA 


ARIZ 


CANOGA PARK 


CAL 


PROVO 


UTAH 


BLYTHE 


CAL 


PROVO 


UTAH 


TUSSON 


ARIZ 


PROVO 


UTAH 


TUSSON 


ARIZ 


PORTLAND 


OREG 


PAYSON 


UTAH 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 


SILVER SPRING 


ND 


5ALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 



SALT LAKE 
CAMBRIDGE 
SAN GABRIEL 



COVINA 


CAL 


BAKERSFIELD 


CAL 


RAYMOND ALTA 


CAN 


BOISE 


IDA 


SPANAMAY 


WASH 


PROVO 


UTAH 


ANT|OCH 


ILL 


MOHTCLAIR 


N J 


APTOS 


CAL 


METUCHEN 


N J 


RAVENNA 


OHIO 


COL TON 


CAL 


METUCHEN 


N J 


METUCHEN 


N J 


PROVO 


UTAH 


CEDAR CITY 


UTAH 


ONTARIO 


CAL 


ONTARIO 


CAL 


DR1GG5 


IDA 


HELENA 


MONT 


PONT 1 AC 


MICH 


PAYSON 


UTAH 


SALT LAKE CTY 


b UTAH 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 


FULLERTON 


CAL 


FULLERTOM 


CAL 


BLOOMSBURG 


PA 


DELTA 


UTAH 


PHOENIX 


ARIZ 


SALT LAKE 


UTAH 


RALEIGH 


N C 


MtLLBRAE 


CAL 


NALAD 


IDA 


ANNABELLA 


UTAH 


SEATTLE * 


A WASH 


LONG BEACH 


S CAL 


PROVO 


UTAH 


BURLEY 


IDA 


WHITTIER 


CAL 


DOWNEY 


CAL 


PROVO 


UTAH 




PA 


PROVO 


UTAH 


PAYSON 


UTAH 


PIERRE 


S D 


WISE 


IDA 


MANTECA 


CAL 


SALEM 


OREG 


ALMO 


IDA 


ARCADIA 


CAL 


GRNO JUNCTION 


COLO 


SPANISH FORK 


UTAH 


DENVER 


COLO 


PROVO 


UTAH 


AUBURN 


NE 


CALDWELL 


IDA 


IDAHO FALLS 


IOA 


SCHURZ 


NEV 


ST ANTHONY 


IDA 


EVANSTON 


WYO 


LOS ANGELES *i CAL 


ALAMEDA 


IDA 


PAYETTE 


IOA 


MOAB 


UTAH 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


FILLMORE 


UTAH 


PROVO 


UTAH 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


PROVO 


UTAH 


BOW ILMD ALTA 


CAN 


IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 


BOH ISLAND 


ALTA 


PROVO 


UTAH 


SEATTLE aa WASH 


PROVO 


UTAH 


BILLINGS 


MONT 



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31. ;ob. 2bb 



156. 213. ibv 



CHARLOTTE R DAVIS 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


Claudia oavis 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


DAN R DAVIS 


BUHL 


IDA 


DENNIS H DAVIS 


SPANISH FORK 


UTAH 


DIANE L DAVIS 


SEATTLE 


WASH 


sianne davis 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


ELMER HAROLD DAVIS 


NACHES 


WASH 


ELOtSE M OAVIS 


WILLIAMSTOWN 


MASS 


FRANK HARVEY DAVIS 


LAS CRUCES 




GARY V DAVIS 


SALEM 


UTAH 


GAylE N PAVlS 


OPEN 


UTAH 


HELEN S DAVIS 


PROVO 


UTAH 


JAMES N PAVlS 


LEHI 




JAMES B F DAVIS 


FARMINGTON 


MICH 


JAMES A DAVIS 


OREM 


UTAH 


JAMIE L DAVIS 


FARMINGTON 




JANICE C DAVIS 


DALLAS 


TEX 


JAN DAVIS 






JOAN DAVIS 


BEDFORD 


WYO 


JEROME LEE DAVIS 


SUDBURY OUT 


CAN 


JUDITH M DAVIS 


CEDARVILLE 


CAL 


KAREN JUNE DAVIS 


SALT LAKE CTY i 


1 UTAH 


KENT SHELLEY DAVIS 


SHELLEY 


IDA 


LAUREL LFE DAVIS 


SPANISH FORK 


UTAH 


LINDA CHRISTINE DAVI5 


INGLE WOOD 


CAL 


LINDA GALE DAVIS 


BOISE 


IDA 


LYNDA LEE DAVIS 


PROVO 


UTAH 


MARY KATHERINE OAVIS 


APOPKA 




PAUL K OAVIS 


PROVO 


UTAH 


PHILIP REED DAVIS 


SALEM 


UTAH 


PATRICIA ANN OAVIS 


OREGON CITY 


ORE 


RALPH GEORGE DAVIS 


CULVER CITT 


CAL 


RE* TERRY DAVIS 


PEDOHDO BEACH 


CAL 


RICHARD <■ DAVIS 


PAYSON 


UTAH 


RICHARO DAVIS 


pleasant gr 


UTAH 


ROBERT DAVIS 


OAKLAND 


CAL 


ROGER DAVIS 


WELLINGTON 


UTAH 


ROGER J DAVIS 


OREM 


UTAH 


ROBERT DAVIS 


IDAHO FALLS 


IOA 


RUTH a OavIS 


IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 


STEVEN 6 OAVIS 


MODESTO 


CAL 


DONOVAN D OAVISSON 


HILLSSORO 


ORE 


ALBERT M DAW 


I0AHO FALLS 


IDA 


jOhn l Dawson 


FT CARSON 


COLO 


DENNIS E RAWSON 




UTAH 


CAROL ANNE DAY 


PROVO 


UTAH 


OENNIS N DAY 


OREM 




HANNAH D DAY 


MURRAY 


UTAH 


LINDA A DAY 


HAINES CITY 


FLA 


L ILL IE M DAY 


OGDEN 


UTAH 


PHYLLIS DAY 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


REBECCA PAY 


LAYTON 


UTAH 


SUSAN C DAY 


SAN LUIS OBIS 


CAL 


TERENCE L DAY 


RICHLAND 


WASH 


SHERMAN ROSS DAY 


DRAPER 


UTAH 


WILLIAM G OAy 


PIEDMONT ' 11 


CAL 


MARALYN J DAYNES 


PROVO 


UTAH 


BOBBY GENE DAVLEV 


BURLEY 


IDA 


BYRON ■ nAYNES 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


MEVELL OAYLEY 






Everett l dayton 


ST ANTHONY 


IDA 


DONNA KAtE DEAN 


VANCOUVER 


WASH 


IRENE LtONA OEAN 


PROVO 


UTAH 


JERRY T DEAN 


RICHMOND 


CAL 


JAMES F DEAN 


GREAT FALLS 


MONT 


MARGARET P DEAN 


PROVO 


UTAH 


MARILYN DEAN 


PROVO 


UTAH 


STANLEY MICHAEL OEAN 


SKOKIE 


ILL 








PATRICIA A DEAN 


CHIEFLANO 


FLA 


VIRGINIA J DEAN 


ALAMEDA 


CAL 


WILLIAM PAUL OEAN 


PAYSON 


UTAH 


BLAINE BFARO DEARDEN 


HENEFER 


UTAH 


JO AN DEaRING 


PROVO 


UTAH 


PAUL OARwIN DEATDN 


OFFuTT 




MARILYN D DEBENHAM 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


ODAIR SUVA DE CASTRO 


SAO PAULO 


BRAZ 


ARLFNE DECAIRE 


SUNDRE ALTA 


CAN 


BARBARA L DECKER 


MESA 


ARIZ 


ELIZABETH E DECKER 


PROVO 


UTAH 


FLORA DECKER 


FILLMORE 


UTAH 


LAUREL W DECKER 


MESA 


ARIZ 


MURIEL A OE COTEAU 


SEYMOUR 


WIS 


WAYNE REEVES DECKER 


PROVO 


UTAH 


WILLIAM CLAIR DECKER 


PUYALLUP 


WASH 


MARILYN DEEM 


LAKEWOOD 


CAL 


ALVIN B DEER 


LOS ANGELES 


CAL 


STANLEY C OEFRIEZ 


HUNTINGTON 


UTAH 


ELLEN L OEFORD 


SEATTLE 


WASH 


SYLVIA ANN OEGN 


SMITMFIELD 


UTAH 


SUZANNE ft DEGENER 


LAGRANGE PARK 


ILL 


ALEXIS N DE GASTON 


LOS ANGELES 27 


CAL 


IRMA DEGRftFFENRIED 


RIVERTON 


UTAH 


GUY K|M DEHAPT 


PAYSON 


UTAH 


ELIZA CHARYL A DEHART 


MT PLEASANT 


S C 


■ARr JUOy DEMLIN 


SALT LAKE CTT 


UTAH 


DENNIS A DEHART 


PROVO 


UTAH 


CRAIG C DEHART 


PAYSON 


UTAH 


DENA JO DEHAAN 


LOS ANGELES 6A 


CAL 


VIRGINIA M DEHART 


PROVO 


UTAH 


JOSEF INE 1 DEHOYOS 


PROVO 


UTAH 


SORUAN OF JONG 


RICHLAND 


WASH 


GLORIA JFAN DELANO 


HONOLULA 




SHARON ELVA DELANEY 


ORIGGS 


IOA 


SUSAN L DELAMARE 


OGOEN 


UTAH 


TIM DELANEY 


ORIGGS 


IDA 


kay ellEn delaney 


SPANISH FORK 


UTAH 


SUSAN LOUISE DEMATTEA 


SEATTLE 


WASH 


A L DEMETROPOtAOS 


SHERMAN OAKS 


CAL 


GERALD WAYNE DEMILL 


CODY 


WYO 


JAMES S OEmORDAUNT 


8LACKFOOT 


IOA 


HANSENE DENISON 


8LAN0ING 


UTAH 


RUTH ANN DENNY 


LAYTON 


UTAH 


NETTIE H DENNETT 


PROVO 


UTAH 


CORDELL LAMAR DENNA 


CARMICHAEL 


CAL 


DE LOT DFNNING 




MONT 


TERESA MARIE OENNING 


BOULDER CTY 


NEV 


DAVID E DEMNEY 


BLACKFOOT 


IDA 


KENT ERVIN DENNIS 






JEANNE DENNY 


SACRAMENTO 21 


CAL 


SHARON MARIE DENNIS 


PROVO 


UTAH 


MARY DENNIS 


HUNTINGTON BH 


CAL 


GEORGIA DIANE DENOS 


LONG BEACH 


CAL 


SHARRON PEE DENT 


OAKLAND 


CAL 


RONALD JOSEPH DENT 


SALT LAKE CITY 


UTAH 


ROxvE LEE DEPRIEST 


LOS ALAMOS 




CLARENCE H DEPRIEST 


LOS ALAMOS 


N M 


LYNDA ANN OEROUEN 


EL CERRITO 


CAL 


KENNETH THOMAS OERR 


LITTLE NECK 


N Y 


DIANA JEANNE DERR 


LITTLE NECK b2 


N T 


FRANCES DIANE DERRT 


HI ON AY 


UTAH 


OIANE K DESChAMPS 


BILLINGS 


MONT 


LYLE M DFSCHAMPS 


MALAO 


IDA 


ARVID J DESPAIN 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


CAROLYN FERN DESPAIN 


BOISE 


IDA 


KATHRYN DESPAIN 


PROVO 


UTAH 


ROBERT ORIN DESPAIN 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


RODNEY H DESPAIN 


PROVO 




ERNEST P OE TOMASO 


FONTANA 


CAL 


JOHN A OFTOMASO 


F ON TANA 


CAL 


CONSTANCF C DEVENISH 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


LINDA G PEVRIES 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


LEONORA PE VfltES 


SANBRUNO 


CAL 


DAVID J DEWEY 


WEST COVINA 


CAL 


Elizabeth n dewey 


VI SAL I A 


CAL 


RENEE OEwEY 


ALBUOUEROUE 


N N 


CHARLES DEWITT 


MESA 


ARIZ 


MILDRED LYNNE DEWI IT 


ST JOHNS 


ARIZ 


GREER OEWITT 


ST JOHNS 


ARIZ 


DOROTHY LOUISE DEWITT 


JACKSONVILLE 


ILL 


OGDEN A oEwITT 1 1 


PAYSON 


UTAH 


MELVIN K DEWITT 


PROVO 


UTAH 


RONOA LEE B DEXTER 


LOS ALTOS 


CAL 


JOHN COYLE DEY JR 


LOS ANGELES 


CAL 


LUCILE OFVOUNG 


SALT LAKE CTY 




OIANNE C DIBB 


DRAPER 


UTAH 


GEORGE S DIBBLE JR 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


JOHN T DIBBLE 


BURBANK 


CAL 


ANN DIBBLE 


LAYTON 


UTAH 


VIVIAN L 01CK 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


GERALD KENT DICK 


BLACKFOOT 


IDA 


BRENDA M OICKERSON 


TUCSON 


ARIZ 


JOHN RAYMOND DICK 


WEST JORDAN 




SHIRLEY PICK 


WALLA WALLA 


WASH 


SYLVIA IRENE DICKEY 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


GARLYN R DICKINSON 


PROBERTA 


CAL 


JEAN DICKINSON 


CHESTER 


UTAH 


LLOyD BflFNT DICKSON 


PROVO 


UTAH 


JOHN B DICKSON 


ARLINGTON 


WASH 


JAN DICKSON 


MORGAN 


UTAH 


MARILYN DICKSON 


LOVELL 


WTO 


CHARLES C DIETTRICH 


RICHLANO 


WASH 


LAYNE C DIKE 


NAMPA 


IDA 


LELAND JOHN DILLE 


SHOSHONE 


IDA 


LINOA LOUISE OILWORTH 


R0SE8URG 


OREG 


CLARRIE C DlLMORE 


W PALM BEACH 




JAMES B 0ILL5 


PROVO 


UTAH 


JOSEPH r DILLS 


JACKSONVILLE 




MyRnA h pittus 


FARGO 


M D 


MARILYN F DITTMORE 


LEONI* 




MARlEnE F DITTMORE 


LEONIA 




BYRON PAUL DIXON 


ARLINGTON 


VA 


GLEN DDELL DIXON 


GOOOING 


IDA 


GENNIEL L DIXON 


OREN 


UTAH 


HARRIET H DIxON 


PROVO 


UTAH 


JEFF . DIXON JR 


GRANIT FALLS 


N C 


JERALD DIXON 






WARDEN GUY DIXON 


PAYSON 


UTAH 


RICHARO FOWARD DIXON 


ESCOMDIDO 


CAL 


RALPH S PIXON 


PROVO 


UTAH 


ROBERT E PIXON 


LETH8RDG ALTA 


CAN 



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WOODY DIXON 
BRUCE J DOCKSTADER 
LEON B DOCKSTADER 
NANCY J DOERFlER 
VIVIAN A DOKXEN 
GIDEON T DOLO 
GlEN A DOLBERG 
WILLIAM L OOMAN 
EARL ARTHUR DOMAM 
VERL THOMAS OOMAN 
XARRAN DOMGAARD 
TERRANCE J DONAHUE 
Chad K DONALDSON 
CAROL J DONAHUE 
TIMOTHY E DONAHUE 
KERRY G DONALDSON 
JUDITH ANN DONE 
DEE w DONEy 
ShIRLEEN DONEy 
mar | sue a doran 
david dorius 

JAMES DORtUS 
DEANM DORNY 
JOHN D DORNY 
LESLIE GENE OORROUGH 
GARY W OOflWARD 
MAROLYN JANE DORSET 
ELIZABETH A DOTY 
PAUL S DOUO 
JOHN BERNARD DOUGALL 
DOROTHY M DOUGLAS 
JACK E DOVE 
RANDALL V DOUGLASS 

KENNETT P :■■:...:■ 

FRANCES ANN OOwDLE 

Clark a dowdle 
Charles p dowling jr 
karen alice downey 
carolyn leah dokey 
jill ooxey 
john rulon doxey jr 
george r dokey 
caryl faye doyle 
dennis doyle 
robert walter dra6en 
annette l drager 
charles a drake jr 
john l drake 
beverley ann drake 
fenton l drake 
lynn drake 
seal e draper 
michael w oraper 
ted c draper 
terrt p oraper 
sally r dramhorn 
richard a dredge 
david ray dreoge 
shelba marilee dreoge 
l« rue drechsel 
dianne dredge 
wilforo lynn dredge 
gerald b drennan 
carol j dr1nkwater 
gerald h drinkwater 
richard drollinger 
kathrtn p oruke 
Douglas n drury 

DAviO SRUCE DRYDEN 
JANICE DUCE 
LEE FISHER DUCE 
GEORGIA A DUCHE 
LINDA A DUCKWORTH 
MICHAEL H DUCKWORTH 

lEhis E Dudley 
myrna jo dudley 
james Floyd Dudley 

CLAUDE S DuERDEN 

beth duffin 
launa duffin 
mart jane duffin 
james russell duggah 
richaro k duke 
virginia dukelow 
mary nell dubois 
farrel jean duncan 
myron duncan 
lois duncan 
theodore james duncan 
sherd b duncan 
carolyn 6 dunford 
george gary ounford 
john p ounford 
Thomas j dunforo 
marilyn g dunkerley 
helen dunklet 
legrano j dunkley 
james l dunkley 
cheryl dunn 
Floyd leroy Dunn 

h£BER G DUNN 
BARBARA J OUNSTER 
THOMAS M OUNNING 
ROGER OWEN DUPAIX 
GERALD H DUPLISEA 
RONALD LORNE DUPLISEA 
LINDA SUE DUREN 
MARILYN DURFEE 
LINDA DURFEE 
EVAN H DURFEY 
ROMA DURFEY 
R CLINE DURFEY 
JOSEPH M DURFEY 
DAVID ALLEN DURKEE 
DAVID R DURRANT 
HAROLD L DURRANT 
EARLENE DURRANT 
KLARA JEAN DURRANT 
JOANH DURRANT 
MARTIN HOGGE DURRANT 
STEWART O DURRANT 
MICHAEL M DTAL 
1LA JEANETTE OYE 
GRADY TON OYER 
DONNA FAYE G DYER 
JUDY A OYER 
ZETA G DYER 
NICK JOSEPH OYORICH 



leo brent eagar 
jackson w eagar 
herbert l eagar 
karl 8 eagar 
linda e eardley 
peggy a eannello 
clarissa g eames 
charles d ealand 
don earolet 
arman johnson earl 
anthony marion earl 
barbara earl 
deanna mae earl 
karen jeanne earl 
myrna e earl 
ronald william earl 
roman dale earl 
robert m esplin 
charlotte t easter 
larry l eastland 
charles j eastman 
elizabeth a eastman 
elbert j eastmond jr 
janet louise eastwood 
katherine jane easton 
james lee easton 
linda l eaves 
randy e e a tough 
ronalo d e8erharu 
gary lee eberharo 
susan e eb8ert 
nornan charles eburne 
maureen eburne 
samuel w eccles 
jim oavid echard 
richard e eckfield 
elaine l eckersley 
richaro r eckert 
tor b eckert 
joann eckersley 
agnes ann edoingion 
peggy a eooington 
janet a edgerton 
wesley verner edgar 
william james eoens 
engrid j edgel 
judith lucille edens 
kathryn edgley 
grady lamar eoenficld 
richaro stark edmam 
donna marie eomonds 
margie ann eomonds 
janet edmunds 
nary Ellen eumunds 
mariann m edmunds 
Paul « EDMUNDS 
PATRICK H EOVALSON 
6ERNELL J EOWARDS JR 



PRESTON 


IOA 


PRESTON 


IDA 


NEWPORT 


ORE 


SOUTH GATE 


CAL 


R W FIJ] IS 




NAMP* 


IDA 


ONTARIO 


ORE 


BURNS 


OREG 




OREG 


PROVO 


UTAH 


SAN GABRIEL 


CAL 


DUNCAN 


ARIZ 


GLENDALE B 


CAL 


SAN GABRIEL 


CAL 




ARIZ 


SAN JOSE 


CAL 


PRESTON 


IDA 


FRANKLIN 


IDA 


KEATING 


PA 


LOS ANGELES *7 


CAL 


LOS ANGELES »7 


CAL 


6URLINGAME 


CAL 


SAN GABRIEL 


CAL 


ALHAMBRA 


CAL 


CALDWELL 


IDA 


STUDIO CITY 


CAL 


BLACKFOOT 


IDA 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 


SACRAMENTO 


CAL 


BYRON 


WYO 


NO HOLLYWOOD 


CAL 


LAPuENIE 


CAL 


OGOEN 


UTAH 


NANPA 


IOA 


PROVO 


UTAH 


PROVO 


UTAH 


OAKLAND 1 


CAL 


SALT LAKE CTY 3 


UTAH 


OAKLAND 1 


CAL 


OAKLAND 


CAL 


PHOENIX 


ARIZ 


GLENDORA 


CAL 


ASHLAND 


OREG 


RIVERSIDE 


CAL 


OGOEN 


UTAH 


RENO 


NEv 


CARL IN 


NEV 


EMMET T 


IDA 


GARDENA 


CAL 


PROVO 


UTAH 


AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 


DAYTON 


TEX 


SODA SPRINGS 


IOA 


MALAD 


IDA 


MALAD 


IDA 


SALT LAKE 


UTAH 


SODA SPRINGS 


IDA 


SODA SPRINGS 


IDA 


SAN MATEO 


CAL 


RUNNEMEDE 


N J 


RUNNENEDE 


N J 


PAYSON 


UTAH 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


OREN 


UTAH 


GLENDALE 


CAL 


MARYSVILLE 


WASH 


EVERETT 




CHICAGO 28 


ILL 


TULSA 


OKLA 


KAYSVILLE 


UTAH 


CHARLOTTESVIL 


VA 


CUT 8AHK 


MONT 


CUT BANK 


NONT 


PROVO 


UTAH 


ABERDEEN 


IDA 


AM FORK 




BOISE 


IDA 


LONG BEACH 13 


CAL 


HELPER 


UTAH 


DURHAM 


CAL 


POR T L AND 


ORE 


COVINA 


CAL 


NEOLA 


UTAH 


CENTERVILLE 


UTAH 


WHITTIER 


CAL 


KLAMATH FALLS 


ORE 


PROVO 


UTAH 


BOUNTIFUL 


UTAH 


PORTLAND 3 


ORE 


BLOONINGTON 


IDA 


WHITTIER 


CAL 


AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 


ARLINGTON 


VA 


AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 


MEDFORD 


OREG 


PROVO 


UTAH 


PROVO 


UTAH 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


MARYSVILLE 


CAL 


HUNTINGTON PK 


CAL 


MARYSV1LE N 8 


CAN 


MARYSVlLE N B 


CAN 


JACKSONVILLE 7 


FLA 


ALNO 


IDA 


AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 


BICKNELL 


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WASHINGTON 


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CHEYENNE 


WYO 


PAYSON 


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CHEYENNE 


wro 


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WYO 


AMERICAN FORK 




SAN BRUNO 


CAL 


FIRTH 


IDA 


EL PASO 


TEX 


OEARBORN 


MICH 


BRUSH PRAIRIE 


WASH 


BRUSH PRAIRIE 


WASH 


LINCOLN PARK 


MICH 



SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


EAGAR 


ARIZ 


COL TON 


CAL 


SODA SPRINGS 


IDA 


BAKER 


OREG 


ROSEOALE 




PROVO 


UTAH 


ORANGE 


CAL 


BAKER 


ORE 


EDMONTON ALTA 


CAN 


LAS VEGAS 


NEV 


N LAS VEGAS 


NEV 


SAN GABRIEL 


CAL 


PHOENIX 


ARIZ 


BOULDER CITY 


NEV 


NO HOLLYWOOD 


CAL 


LETHBRIDGE Al 


CAN 


NYSSA 


ORE 


ROOSEVELT 


N T 




IDA 


SHERMAN OAKS 


CAL 


ATHERTON 




PROVO 


UTAH 


CONPTOA 


CAL 


SAN FERNANDO 


CAL 


SAN FERNANDO 


CAL 


SOUTH GATE 


CAL 


AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 


SAN I A YUEZ 


CAL 


SULVANG 


CAL 


READING 


PA 


WINNIPEG MAN 


CAN 


PROVO 




OAKLAND 


1 CAL 


PROVO 


UTAH 


PASAOENA 


CAL 


IDAHO FALLS 


IOA 


ELCAJOH 


CAL 


OURBANK 


CAL 


OGOEN 


UTAH 


RUPERT 


IOA 


CORONA DEL MAN 


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INGlEWOOU 


1 CAL 


PROVO 


UTAH 


COTTONWOOD 


ARIZ 


PORTLAND 


ORE 


COTTONWOOD 


ARIZ 


PRESTON 


IDA 


SALEM 


UTAH 


LAURENCE 


KAN 


LAWRENCE 


KAN 


WlLMETTE 




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CAL 


maplETun 




UNION 


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PROVO 


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jELAtRE FDwAROS 
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EUGENE FowaRiIS JO 

gary c Edwards 

GEORGE I EDWAROS 
CEOS A EDWARDS 
L.|LBE»T jAMEs EDHARDS 
LES - EDWARDS 
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HOWARD B EGBERT 
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DEANNA - FGGEN 
STEPHEN A E66LEST0N 
STEPHEN i FH|.ro'. 
r.RETCHFN F E«B 
CHARLES M EITELGFORGE 
MARGARET A t IKENBERV 
BARBARA 4 FICAE 
CAROLE E1TEL 
CYNTHIA INN EKLUNO 
NANCY L FKNAN 
KENT D EESTROM 
.-..hi- A F I BOURN 
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LINDA B FLOREDGE 
LOUISE A ElGGREN 
THOMAS ELlASOU 
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JUNA ELLSWORTH 
LTNN ERWIN ELLSWORTH 
LAWANA ELLSWORTH 
DARlENE flM 

sharlene Ellsworth 

WlLLlAM < ELLSWORTH 
LINDA NAT ELMER 
JANICE A ELMER 
PAULINE A ELMER 
HILDA J FLTON 
BERTHENE JOT ELVIN 
DENNIS E ELWELL 
FRANCES RAONF FLZING* 
YVONNE SAT ELZINGA 

SUSAN I. FMRRV 
LARINE A EMEL 

IVAN E EmERT 
OAVID CLARK EMERY 
JOHN H EmmETT 
SUSAN GAIL EMMETT 
RICHARD ft r-wir 
NANCY JEAN EMPEV 
ERNESTO FNCARNACION 
REBECCA FNCE 
COLETTE ft FNFIFLD 
CAROL ANNE EnGFN 
LVN A ENCfR 
WATNE T riML 
(AVE ENGLAND 
(ARAN ENGLAND 

harold w England jR 

RONALD w ENGLAND 
ELLIS LAvAR FNf.LE 
JAMFS ENftLfS 
MARC GEOFFREY ENClIS 
DONALD F FNGSTRDN 
GLENN G FNKE 
ALAN A ENKE 
ENID MAE FNNISS 
RUTH G EnkE 
SHARON L ENOS 
GLORIA I ENOS 
OELLA R FNSTROM 
GAflT MVRON ENSIGN 
DAVID ROSS EPPICH 
AL"A JOHN FRFASON 
ELAINE BFTH EREKSON 
BARBARA ANN EREKSON 
JANFT | FRFKSON 
JOHN A EREKSON JR 
PENELOPE D EREKSON 
ROBERT O ERICSSON 
VIRGINIA A EREKSON 
KENNETH I ERICK5EN 
GERALD W ERICKSEN 
HUGO A W ERIKSEN 
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geraldinf A ERICKSON 

IMOGENE FBIfKSON 
NORFAN ERICKSON 
LLOtD S FRICKSON 
LEROT B FRICKSON 
NURIEL J ERICKSON 
■ATNARO l ERICKSON 
MARGIT 8 ERICSSON 
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bonnie c fvans 
cherry Evans 
clinton harris fv 
clair m fvans 
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david g fvans 
eldon j evans 
evf r evans 
frances fvans 
<-.ar> a Evans 
gart h Evans 

GEORGIA lEATH FVA 

gloria j fvans 
hugh lustt evans 
james a fvans 

jeannine fvans 
john a evans 
jOhn deufl Evans 
jOann Evans 



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ROBERT (IRKHAM F V I 
DUTH EVAlS 

SUSAN ELISF FvANS 

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WILLIAM k FVANS 
MURIEL S EVERfSFN 
ELAINE E EVENSFN 
GERB1 l FVERETT 
THOMAS EvFRTDN 
RUTH ANN FVERETT 
IRA D FVFRSOLE 
DAVIO ARTHUR EwELI 
GENE K EWELL 
IRENE E«CELL 
EVAN K EICELL 
MAI t EACfLL 
ELAINE EtRE 
LARRT KENT ETRE 

hFlEN l fyring 
CAROLINE L EtRING 
SANORA SUE ETRING 



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LOS ANGELES 

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SALT LAKE 


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LAS VEGAS 




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CAL 


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CAL 


IDAHO FAL 


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IDA 


PRESTON 




IDA 


POCATELLO 




IDA 


PORTLAND 




OREG 


PORTLAND 




OREG 



SPRINGvlLLE 


UTAH 


ELMHURST 


ILL 


SUNN V5 IDE 


UTAH 


INGLE WOOD 


CAL 


TRENONTON 


UTAH 


VAN NUTS 




ROCHESTER IS 


N T 


PROVO 


UTAH 


SAN FRANCISCO 


CAL 


PLEASANT GR 


UTAH 


BLACKFOOT 


IDA 


VERNAL 


UTAH 


TACOMA 3 


WASH 


SPRINGvlLLE 


UTAH 


LOS ANGELES AS 


CAL 


TOOELE 


UTAH 


RIVERSIDE 


CAL 


RIVFRSIDE 


CAL 


NVSSA 


ORE 


ARCADIA 


UTAH 


WICHITA 




R0CKFOR.0 


ILL 


ARLINGTON T 




BLACKFOOT 


IDA 


SPANISH FORK 


UTAH 


MELBOURNE 


FLA 


OREM 


UTAH 


SALEM 


OREG 


LANSING 


MICH 


LOS ANGELES *9 


CAL 


ARLINGTON T 




BLACKFOOT 


IDA 


SANMAR1NO 


CAL 


MERIDIAN 


IDA 


BERKELEY 


CAL 


KLAMATH FALLS 


OREG 


MERIOIAN 


IDA 


OGDEN 


UTAH 


DURANGO 


COLO 


SALT LAKE CTT 


UTAH 


VENTURA 


CAL 


MIDLAND 


TEA 


SPANISH FORK 


UTAH 


LVNKOOO 


C*L 


PROVO 


UTAH 


IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 


PANGUITCH 


UTAH 


PANGulTCH 


UTAH 


L»S VEGAS 


NEV 


SALT LAKE 


UTAH 


BERKELEY 


CAL 


BERKELEY 


CAL 


TEMPE 


ARII 



CARLOS F FACKRELL 


LA JOLLA 


SHERRIE LOUISE FAGG 


CURVALLIS 


GAYLE faden 


OREM 


RICHARD T FAGRE 




OELMAR B FADOIS 


SACRAMENTO 


KEITH A FAIR 


PHOENIX 


SUSAN AURORA FAMEY 


SALT LAKE CT 


BERT LAHARR FAIRBANKS 




EOITH L FAJNCLOUbH 


MURRAY 


SHIRLEY FALHERSEN 




ERNEST KENt FARLEY 


MESA 


HERBERT R FARLEY 


CLEARFIELD 


GREG D FARLEY 


PROVO 


JANICE RUlH FARLEY 


TUMA 


STANLEY BRENT FARLEY 


OK£M 


DEME TRIOS FARNAKlS 


PROVO 


JENNIFER L FARMER 


WHEATLAND 


LOIS JOHNS FARMER 


SAN DIEGO 


KATHRTN FARNES 


BOUN T I F UL 


WILLIAM A FARNBACH 


PHOENIX 


JAMES N FARNER JR 


MANHATTAN BC 


ANNE FARNSHORIH 




ANNE FARNSWORTH 


NtW YORK 


ERH1N L FARNSWORTH 


DELTA 


HELEN FARKSwORTM 


BOISE 


ILENE D FARNSWORTH 


REDbOOD 


JACK H FARNSWORTH 


LA PLATA 


JOHN FARNSWORTH 




RE* WAYNE FARNSWORTH 


GOLETA 


ROT G FARNSWORTH 


CHANDLER 


RONALO FARNSWORTH 


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FREDERICK 
GEORGIANNE FARR 
JANICE MAT FARRELL 
UGENEYA FARR 
RALPH J FARRELL 
WALTER MARK FARRER 
PAULINA E FARTHING 
ROBERT LEE FARRIS 
JEAN FARRIMOND 
ROBERT T FARRIMOND 
GERALD S FARRIMOND 
PENELOPE A FARTHING 
SHANNON LEE FARROW 
BETTE L FAULKNER 
ROBERT A FAUGHT 
KATHLEEN FAUCETTE 
KAAREN A FAULKENHAM 
DARLA F FAULKNER 
BRENT W FAULKNER 
NICHOLAS L FAULKNER 
BETTE L FAULKNER 
ROSEMARY FAUSETT 
LEAH DIANE FAUSETT 
MONTE R FAUTIN 
WILLIAM A FAWCETT 
PAUL CLARK FAWSON 
JEFFREY C FAHSON 
RUSSELL D FAY 
ROSEMARY K L FAWSON 
VIVIAN FAWNS 
CAROL E FAWNS 
MART A FEATHERSTONE 
PHTLLIS NOLA FECHSER 
GORDON K FELI1 



LAS VEGAS 
OGDEN 

PROVO 

SUDBURY 

LAYTON 

FULLERTON 

PROVO 

LANDER 

PROVO 

RICHLAND 

SANTA ROSA 

SALT LAKE CTY 

LANOER 

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PATRICIA D FELSHAW 
RONALD LANAY FELSTED 
OAviD DEVAR FELSHAW 
SUSAN KAREN FELTS 
DONALD A FELTON JR 
FRANK E FENLON JR 
BARBARA A FERGUSON 
CAROLEE ANN FERGUSON 
CHARLES F FERGUSON 
RONALD D FERGUSON 
YVONNE R FERGUSON 
PAMELA FERGUSON 
ROBERT E FERGUSON 
ROBERT W FERREIRA 
RICHARD M FERRELL 
KENT BRUCE FERREl 
FRANK E FERRELL 
GENE A FERwERDA 
DIANNE M FERwERDA 
SHARON F FERRIS 
FAYE LOUISE FESLER 
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HELEN FIELD 
SUSAN MARLENE t IELD 
JOSEPH RAY FIELDING 
SHIRLEY A FIELDS 
BENJAMIN R FIETKAU 
ELAINE FIETKAU 
A LYNN FIFE 
LELAND THOMAS F |FE 
MART ELLEN FIFE 
MERRILL EUGENE FIFE 
MARCIA FIFE 
RONALD KAT FIFE 
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REBECCA L FILLMORE 
LUVEDA E FINCHER 
JOHN W F INCHER JR 
SH|RL S FINCH 
JAMES R FINKLEA JR 
ANN FINLATSON 
RALPH L FINLATSON 
CECELIA J F1NLEV 
BURNIS K FINLINSON 
MORRIS J FINLINSON 
KAREN MARIE FIRMAGE 
JUDITH ANNE FIRMAGE 
KATHY FIRMAGE 
DAVID H FIRMAGE 
D ALLAN FIRMAGE 
MARY MYRTICE FIRMAGE 
JUDITH M FISCHER 
DEE ANN FISER 
NORRIS BLAIN FISH 
MARILYN LOUISE FISH 
MYRNA LEE FISH 
MARLENE K FISH 
SHERILYN FISH 



RICIA 



FISH 



FISHER 
CAROL LOUISE FISHER 
DIANA LEE FISHER 
DARWIN C FISHER 
GERALD DOUGLAS FISHER 
JAN G FISHER 
JON ERWIN N FISHER 
JOY N FISHER 
JO LEY FISHER 
JAMES R FISHER 
LAUREL J FISHER 
LUCY A FISHER 
MERRILL W FISHER 
ROGER VANCE FISHER 
AvEFUA FISO 
NEAL PAUL f I ':■• 
STEPHEN FIT! 
JAMES W FITCH 
DELORES J FITCH 
JOANN FANNIE FITTS 
CHERILL L FITTON 
HAL fl FITZGERALD 
SUZANNE Fl TZGERALD 
DONALD G FJTZPATR1CK 
"'JANE FITIPATRICK 
WAYNE FITZPATRICK 
DAVE FLAAG 
..'AviD K FLAKE 

deone flake 
lester dennis flake 
nena mae flake 
linda flank 
chris l flanigan 
fred e fleet 
betty l fleming 
mart lafaun Fleming 
joseph c Fleming jr 

HELEN A FLETCHER 
JAMES ELTON FLETCHER 



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richard allen fli» 
sandra sue flood 
sarah l flowers 
diane flowers 
charles floyd 
Patricia g Floyd 
colleen r flvnn 
roberta e flynn 
william d foley 

KATHLEEN TERESA Ft 



LAKEWOOO 


CAL 


EAST ELY 


NEV 


PROVO 




RAYMOND ALIA 


CAN 


FRESNO 


CAL 


LEHJ 




PROVO 


UTAH 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 


STRATHHORE 


CAL 


CRESCENT CUT 


CAL 


SACRAMENIO 


CAL 


SANTA BARBARA 


CAL 


ORANGE 


CAL 


SAN CARLOS 


CAL 


CANANDAIGUA 




MARTINSVILLE 




POMONA 


CAL 


ALBUQUERQUE 




SAN BERNAROIN 


CAL 


PASCO 


WASH 


PROVO 


UTAH 


JACKSONVILLE 


FLA 


ELLENSBURG 


WASH 


MOOES TO 


CAL 


REDOING 


CAL 


SANTA MONICA 


CAL 


PUYALLUP 


WASH 


MEDFORO 


ORE 


LOS ANGELES bb 


CAL 


SALT LAKE CTY 




TOWGATAPU 


TONG 


BOUNTIFUL 




PROVO 


UTAH 


IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 




CAL 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 


OGDEN 


UlAH 


GRASS VALLEY 


CAL 


BERKELEY 


CAL 


NEW ORLEANS 






IOA 


BUHBANK 




IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 


BERKELEY 


CAL 


CAMARILLO 


CAL 


ONTARIO 


OREG 


HIGLEY 


ARIZ 



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SEATTLE 

ALBUQUERQUE 

OAK CITY 

PATSON 

CHATHAM 

PROVO 

PROVO 



SALT LAKE 

LAKESIDE 
LONG BEACH 
CINCINNATI 
CINCIHNAI1 
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SOLAI 

EVERET 

PROVO 

SAGLE 

SOLONA BEACH 

TACOMA 

MOUNTAIN HOME 

BOUNTIFUL 

BOUNTIFUL 

ALBUOUERQUE 

OROERVILLE 

CALGART ALTA 

SNOwFLAKE 

ANCHORAGE 

CONCORD 

SAN DIEGO 



LONGVIEH 
LONGVIEW 
LONGVIEw 

SNOWFLAKE 

PHOENIX 

NORTH BEND 

BOISE 

REXBURG 

N HOLLYWOOD 

KLAMATH FALL! 

PROVO 



HERRICK 

SALT LAKE CT' 

BE LLF LOWER 



KOWLOON H I 

JEROME 

cedar edge 
kowlOon 



SHIRLEY ANN FOLKERSEN 


LA PUENTE 




CAL 


TAMRA J FOLLETT 


HYDE PARK 




UTAH 


JOYCE L FOLSOM 


SACRAMENT 





CAL 


KELVIN R FOLSOM 


ALBERTA 




CAN 


PHILIP K FOLSOM 


EPMRATA 




WASH 


SANORA FOLSOM 


EPHRATA 




WASH 


CHI K FONG 


HONOLULU 




HAW 


JUDY ELLFN FONTANO 


CASTRO VA 


LI. Ft 


CAL 


CHUFN FONG 


KLN HONG 




CHIN 


DAVIO ARTHUR FOOTF 


DENVER 




19 COLO 


JOHN ALVIN FORBIS 


TILLAMOOK 




OREG 


ALEXANOER FORBES 


SALT LAKE 




UTAH 


NANCY FORBIS 


PLEAS RDG 


PK 




CAROL FORD 


CENTERVIL 


LE 


UTAH 


Evelyn flora ford 


LAYTON 




UTAH 


JAMES E FORD 


TORRANCE 




CAL 


«1M B FORD 


KANAB 




UTAH 


PATRICIA RAE FORD 


RENO 




NEV 


RODGER G FORD 


DOWNEY 




CAL 


GERRY D FORDHAM 


PLEASANT 


GR 


UTAH 



MARSHA L FOREMAN 
JOHN FORGACS SALTER 
JUAN CARLOS FORNELLI 
ROBIN G R FORREST 11 
ROB L FORRESTER 
GERALD BRENT FORSGREN 
NONA LEE FDRSHA 



VICTOR GFORGE FORSNES 


COPPERTON 


UTAH 


36 T 




JANET LOURIE FORSLlNG 


TWIN FALLS 


IDA 






MARILEE J FORSHA 




NEB 


3 5* 




KENNETH G FORSTER 


CALGARY ALTA 








ION FORSYTH 


PROVO 


UTAH 






JAN1EL FftRSVTH 


TEASDALE 


UTAH 


386 




JAV ELDON FORT IF 


SALT LAKE 


UTAH 


1U, 


265, 16 


KAREN ELFFN FOSSUM 


JOHN DAY 


OREG 






JUDY FOSS 


SAN DIEGO 


CAL 


321 




FRR P F0<LSUN 


JOHN DAY 


ORE 






DOUGLAS WAYNE FOSTER 


HALES CORNERS 


WIS 






BRENDA J FOSTER 


MESA 


ARIZ 


zia. 


33* 


LANCE D FOSTER 


CORONA 


CAL 






PAULA FOSTER 


CORONA 


CAL 


306. 


36* 


STEWART R FOSTER 


WINNIPEG MAN 


CAN 


ZB1. 


312 


CARL1E FOTMERINGHAM 


BEAVER 


UTAH 


3*a 




DEANNA H FOULGER 


BOUNTIFUL 


UTAH 






ANN FOULGER 


NO SALT LAKE 


UTAH 






JAMES SCDTT FOUSHEE 


PORTLANft 66 OREG 


1SJ 




FDWIN LUFF FDUTZ 


PROVO 


UTAH 






JEAN PEARL FOUTZ 


M| NOT 


N D 


350 




STEPHEN V FOWKES 


SAN T AOL* IN 


UTAH 






GEORGE W FOWERS 


ORIGGS 


IDA 






VERLAYNE FOWERS 


OGDEM 


UTAH 


ISO 




DWIGHT W FOWERS 


OGDEN 


UTAH 


•(.. 




KAREN SUZANNE FOWERS 


PHOENK 


ARIZ 


1M . 


35U 


CHARLES W FOWKES 


EVANSTON 


WYO 






ANN FOWLFR 




» COLO 


31* 




geneva Evelyn fowler 


GREENACRES 


WASH 


3«a 




juDt g fowler 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 






KIRK A FOWLER 


ELM|RA 


N Y 






JANINA FOWLER 


PLEASANT GR 


UTAH 






KENNETH GEORGE FOWLFR 


HORSEHEADS 




305. 


jsa 


JACK W FOWLES 


DELTA 


UTAH 






LOLA LORRAINE F0WLKE 


OREM 


UTAH 






CHARLES '■■ FOX 


SALT LAKE CTT 








JAMES R FOX 


GREENACRES 


WASH 


92* 




JAMES KENT FOX 


SEATTLE 


WASH 


300. 


358 


MARSHA L FOX 


VERNAL 


UTAH 


131. 


292. 32 


SHIRLEY fi FOX 


LOS ANGELES 


CAL 






WILLIAM FOX 


TOOELE 


UTAH 






JERDLD MuL LINER FRAME 


CEDAR CITY 


UTAH 


i-H. 


386 


ELDON H FRAMPTON 


FILLMORE 


UTAH 








MIDVALE 




3*4 




STEVEN M FRAHPTON 


PROvO 








DAROLD PIERCE FRANCIS 


SANTA ANA 


CAL 


1*6. 


150 


JAN1S FRANCIS 


BOULDER CI TY 


NEV 


Ii9. 


16 7 


RALPH H FRANCIS 


MORGAN 


UTAH 


3*8 




SAMUEL ELDON FRANCIS 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 






ELOON A FRANCISCO 


PAGUATE 


N M 






DAVID L FRANCOM 


AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 






JANET N FRANDSEN 


IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 


389 




JOAN FRANDSEN 


CENTERFIELD 


UTAH 


310 




KATHLEEN FRANDSEN 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


329 




CELIA FRANK 


SEATTLE 


WASH 


213. 


228* 3* 


RONALD J FRANKOW 


KITCHENER DNT 


CAN 


316 




ALVAS JOHN FRANKMAN 


SEATTLE S 


9 WASH 






joanne franklin 


ALAMO&OROO 








ROBERT D FRANKOVlCM 


PROvO 


UTAH 


136. 


1)8 


ALLFN GEORGE FRANKS 


OAKLEY 


IDA 


36T 




MARLA D FRANKS 




UTAH 


360 




LYNN W FRANKS 


OAKLEY 


IDA 






RICHARD F ► '*NTZ 


SALT LAKE 


UTAH 


258 




WILLIAM RURION FRANZ 


BERKELEY 


CAL 


356 




PHVLLIS MAR IF FRANTZ 


TOLLHOUSE 


CAL 








BISMARCK 








KAYF FRAUGHTON 


SAN DIEGO I 


T CAL 


33* 




SUE FRAUGHTON 


SAN 01 EGO 1 


T CAL 


327 




CATHERINF M FRANZEN 


FULLFRTON 


CAL 






ALLAN F FRAZIER 


LA GRANDE 


ORE 


367 




GERALD ALLAN FRAZIER 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 


2*6 • 


2*T. 16 


CAROL A FRAZIER 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 






DION REX FRAZIER 


PROVO 




258 




VERA T FRECKLETON 


PROVO 


UTAH 






RICHARD M FREDERICK 


FOREST GROVE 


ORE 


310 




GRANT w FREDERICKS 




CAL 






PENNE FREEBA1RN 


HERMOSA BEACH 




2*6. 


2*7 


CHARLES H FREEMAN 


SALT LAKE 


3 UTAH 


389 




CONNIE L FREEMAN 


T0PPFN1SH 


WASH 


3*2 




BRUCE I FBFEMAN 


RIVFRTON 


UTAH 







LLOYD MASON FREEH, 



KENT V Freeman 


AURORA 


UTAH 


MILLENE FREEMAN 


IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 


PARREL LFWIS FREER 


MTN HOME 


IDA 


ANN FREE*T0NF 


MESA 


ARIZ 


CHARLOTTE E FREESTONE 


YUMA 


ARIZ 


CHARLOTTF FREESTONE 




UTAH 


THOMAS L FRENCH 


E NCI NO 


CAL 


LETTY L FRENCH 


ENCINO 


CAL 


EMMA L FPFNCH 


GLENDALE 5 


CAL 


PATSY M FRESH 


PROVO 


UTAH 


FDITH G FRFTFR 


EfROf 


N Y 


PATRICIA FR1WERG 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


JACK B FRIEND 


MILLERS CREEK 


N C 


WILLIAM ERIC FRIT* 


GLOBE 


ARIZ 


PATRICIA A FRIT2SCHE 


CHICAGO 11 


ILL 


ACMIM FRITZEN 


BAD GOOESBERG 


wGER 


KATHY L FROMM 


OUINCY 


WASH 


ROBERT FRONK 


OGDEN 


UTAH 


FRANCES KAY FRONV 


OGDEN 


UTAH 


MARC E FROST 


LAGUNA BEACH 


CAL 


ROBERT J FROST 


CALGART ALTA 


CAN 




BREMFRTON 


WASH 


LEEROY FRY 


BREMERTON 


WASH 


FRY JOHN DOUGLAS 






KENNETH LEROT FRtE 


SAN LEANDRO 


CAL 


KENNETH LOWlN FRYER 


PROVO 




CLAUOETTF J FUESTON 


SPANAWAY 


WASH 


HARRIS T FllCHIGAMI 


LANAI CITY 




PHILIP YUEN KO FU 


HONG KONG 


CHIN 


SARA C FUOAL 


WOOOMONT 


CONN 


DAVID H FUHRIHAN JR 


OAKLAND 1 


CAL 


LAWRENCE STEPHEN FUJA 


CHICAGO 


ILL 


BOBFRT E FULKERSON 


SAN BERNAROIN 


C*L 


DOYLE G FUllFR 


LA VERKIN 


WASH 


LEON H FULLER 


PRESCOTT 


ARIZ 


LANA FULLFR 


MESA 


ARIZ 


sharon lff fuller 


SAN FRANCISCO 


CAL 


WILLIAM P FULLER 


LACRESCENTA 


CAL 


robert a fuller 


LACHESCENTA 


CAL 


RICMAR0 c FULLER 


ST GEORGF 


UTAH 


DAVID L FULLMER 


SPRINGvlLLE 


UTAH 


JUDITH L FULLMER 


BOUNTIFUL 


UTAH 


NEDRA 5 FULLMER 


DELTA 


UTAH 


MARVIN L FULLMER 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 


verlan von Fullmer 


REXBURG 


IDA 


TERRY L FULLMER 


DRIGGS 


IDA 


MING CMEDNG FUNG 


KOWLOON 




Elma jEanine funk 


SAN GABRIEL 


CAL 


JOYCE E FUNK 


BURLEy 


IDA 


RONALD B FUNK 


SAN GABRIEL 




CRAIG S FUNK 


FAIRBANKS 


ALAS 


KITTY J FURBEE 


IRVINGTON 


CAL 


GEORGAMNA C FURGO 


MONTEBELLO 


CAL 


MART JEAN FURMAN 


GRASSY LAKE 


ALTA 


DONALD R FuRNIVAL 


SAN DIEGO 




DIANE G FURNER 


SPAN) SH FORK 


UTAH 


I SAMU FURUTANI 


YAMA&UCMI 


JAPN 



LEWIS P GABY 


TRAVIS A F B 


CAL 


ROBERT S GABBITAS 


8AKERSFIELD 


CAL 


LENNARD S GABRIEISON 


SEATTLE 


WASH 


MARGARET JEAN GADD 


NEPHI 


UTAH 


GLORIA J GAINES 


PLEASANT GR 


UTAH 


KIRK P GalBRAITH 


RICHLAND 


WASH 


LOUIS GALATZ JR 


PORTLAND 


2 ORE 


MICHAEL S GALANT1 


MASPETH 


78 N T 


JAMES M C.ALBRA1TH 


ANNANDALE 




BRUCE H GALBRAITH 


PASCO 


WASH 


DOUGLAS L GALE 


RICHLAND 


WASH 


ELAINE MARIE GALE 


PROvO 


UTAH 


LEROT WARD GALE 






PATRENA GALE 


PROVO 


UTAH 


NORO loran GALE 


DUNCAN 


ARIZ 


DANNY GALLfGO 


DELANO 


CAL 


JEAN REEVES GALLAGHER 


BATSIDE 


6* N T 


CHARLE5 F GALLAGHER 


NEW YORK 




CORINA M GALL! 


MONTEVIDEO 


URUG 


HAROLD W C.alvIN 


SYRACUSE 


fl N T 



NOwSKV 

IA 
GARBE 



james e gamble 
joe taylor gamett 
jay r gamette 
georgia l gammett 
naomi gammon 
joanne nellie gano 
barbara jean gano 
katherine a ga 
vincent h garc 
douglas gordon 
carlos c garcia 
nellie n garcia 
leroy e garcia 
henry vincent garcia 
nargaret i gardiner 
beth gardner 
diane gardner 
darrel m gardner 
gary kenneth gardner 
glenda j garoner 
homer jay gardner 
john d gardner 
judith karen gardner 
joel d gardner 
joan garoner 
karen m garoner 
1arrt m gardner 
lawrence b gardner 
larry e garoner 
leslie a gardner 
marvin a gardner 
marilyn i garoner 
marylyn gardner 
maureen gardner 
miller r garoner 
ndrda garoner 
norman dail gardner 
ralph s gardner 
ralph ervin gardner 
roxane gardner 
richard m gardner 
robert c garoner 
zane d gardner 
suzanne garff 
douglas a garland 
philip graham garn 
karolyn j garn 
ralph franklin garn 
karlene garner 
lynn evan garner 
john valdre garrett 
patricia v garrett 
richard j garrett 
shauna r garrett 
- keith garrett 
roger s garrick 
barbara a garrity 
linda s gars1de 
monte h garrison 
ernest r gary 
philip w garrison 
laveroa n garrison 
renee ruth j gassman 
james r gassman 
judith joy gates 
ann m gauchay 
catherine h gauchay 
farral dee gay jr 
marvin lewis gat 
robert e gear 
edward acoro geary 
david h gedoes 
edwin l gee 
geraldine hope gee 
lamont l gee 
merrill k gee 
martell joseph gee 
myrle gleeo 
philip l geertgens 
gerald k gehring 
brent gehring 
jean l gehrig 
alexander b geist 
leland homer gentry 
buddy j gent 
norman errol genta 
billy george 
claudia l george 
karen ann george 
ray s george 
carol m gerber 
colleen germer 
constance mae gerrard 

linda e gerstel 
regine kaethe gerlach 
donna f gertsch 
dale allen gertsch 
bonnie j gertsch 
william l gheen 

BEIGUI M N GhOUSH 



MEN 


UTAH 


PROVO 


UTAH 


OREM 


UTAH 


IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 


PROVO 


UTAH 


KEOSAUOUA 


IOWA 


K.EOSAUOUA 




BELL 


CAL 


TOOELE 


UTAH 


NANTI 


UTAH 


EL PRADO 


N M 


EL PRADO 




EL PRADO 


H H 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


OUINCY 


WASH 


IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 


Clearfield 


UTAH 


ALHAMBRA 


CAL 


OREM 


UTAH 


ALBUOUERQUE 


N M 


LOS ALAMOS 


N M 


EL CENTRO 


CAL 


AFTON 


WYO 




ARIZ 


IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 


PLEASANT GROVE 


UTAH 


PROVO 


UTAH 


COLORADO SPG 


COLO 


GLASCOW A F 6 


MONT 


SALT LAKE 


UTAH 


PLEASANT GR 


UTAH 


DENVER 


COLO 


PROVO 


UTAH 


PAYSON 


UTAH 


DUNCAN 


ARIZ 


MONTROSE 


COLO 


COLORADO 5PGS 


COLO 


GlLRDY 


CAL 


PROVO 


UTAH 


NEWPORT BEACH 


CAL 


NDRTHRIDGE 


CAL 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


TRAIL B C 


CAN 


SALT LAKE 


UTAH 


SUGAR CITY 


IDA 


SUGAR CITY 


IDA 


RUPERT 


IDA 


MERIDIAN 


IDA 


NEPHI 


UTAH 


LA CANAOA 


CAL 


NEPHI 


UTAH 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


WELLSV1LLE 




INGLEWUOD 


CAL 


LAS VEGAS 


NEV 


MESA 


ARIZ 




IDA 


HUDSON 


WIS 


PHOENIX 


ARIZ 


NAMPA 


IDA 


PROVO 


UTAH 


POCATELLO 


IDA 


SEATTLE 


WASH 


ANCHORAGE 


ALAS 


ANCHORAGE 


ALSK 


JOSEPH 


UTAH 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 


HUNTINGTON 


UTAH 


COVE 


UTAH 


PROVO 


UTAH 


OAKLAND 


CAL 


STILLWATER 


OKLA 


POCATELLO 


IDA 


LANDER 


WYO 


PARIS 


IDA 


SALT LAKE CTY17 


UTAH 


T A COM A 


WASH 


TACOMA 66 


WASH 


SHOSHONE 


IDA 


OREM 


UTAH 


PROVO 




BONNEVILLE 


ORE 


REXBURG 


IDA 


PROVO 


UTAH 


YUBA CITY 


CAL 


SALT LAKE 


UTAH 




UTAH 


PROVO 


UTAH 


DEWEYVILLE 


UTAH 


EVANSTON 


WYO 


GLENDALE 


CAL 



REZA GHANNAD 


PROVO 


UTAH 


MAHDI GMAVANFAR1 






GERALDENE KAY GIBB 


EDMONTON ALTA 


CAN 


BRUCE L GIBB 


OGDEN 


UTAH 


DAVID R GIBB 


WALLA WALLA 


WASH 


HAx GERALD GI3B 


RAYMOND ALTA 


CAN 


KENNETH WAYNE GIBB 


EDMONTON 


ALTA 


MARILYN GIBB 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


JESSE LON GIBB 


RAYMOND ALTA 


CAN 


JOHN GENE GIBBS 


BOISE 


IDA 


RICHARD WESLEY GIBBS 


DURHAM 


N C 


ALDINE MARIE GIBSON 


LOS ANGELES * 


CAL 


JED G GIBSON 


PROVO 




JANICE GIBSON 


OREM 


UTAH 


NANCY GIBSON 


PHOENIX 


ARIZ 


WILLIAM JUNIOR GIBSON 


PROVO 


UTAH 


RULON GIBSON 


BOULDER CITY 


n£v 


KISHIN L GIDWANI 


PROVO 


UTAH 


KUMAR GIDWANI 






MARIE GIERISCH 


ARVADA 


COLO 


DORETTA GIELINS 






JACK HUNTER GIFFORD 


ORANGE 


TEX 


MERVIN LEROY GIFFORD 


SPRINGDALE 


UTAH 


GERALD RAY GIFFORD 


OLACKFOOT 


IDA 


GERTRUDE J GIFFORD 


ASHTON 


IDA 


RONNIE 5 GIFFORD 


LAS VEGAS 


NEV 


NORMA L GIFFORD 


GRANADA MILLS 


CAL 


JAMES L GIFFORD 


BURLEY 


IDA 


CHARLES M GILBERT 


PACOLET 


S C 


ANN GILBERT 


BANCROFT 


IDA 


GILBERT PEDERSON 






RONALD J GILBERT 


TURRANCt 


CAL 


SUE ELLEN GILBERT 


ROCHESTER 


n Y 


BEVERLY J GILBERTSON 


KEARNS 


UTAH 


DIANE S GILBERTSON 


SEATTLE 


WASH 


VEOE GILCHRIST 


RAYMOND ALTA 


CAN 


DALE STANLEY GILES 


PROVO 


UTAH 


GARY N GILES 


HEBER 


UTAH 


GARY DON GILES 


PROVO 


UTAH 


JOSEPH F GILES 


POWELL 


WVO 


KAY EARL GILES 


PLEASANT GR 


UTAH 


IV1N TREVOR GILES 


HEBER 


UTAH 


JOYCE GILES 


MESA 


ARIZ 


JOSEPH EDGAR GILES 


MESA 


ARIZ 


LINDA LEE GILES 


MC6ILL 


NEV 


MARILYN K GILES 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


MARILYN GILES 


LAKEWOOD 


CAL 


NANCY GILES 


LAKEwOOO 


CAL 


RICHARD PHILIP GILES 


WHITHER 


CAL 


WILLIS BOTO GILES 


CARLIN 


NEV 


MARTHA GILHAM 


OELANCEY 




ROBERT CHARLES GILHAM 


BROWNING 


HONT 


GURCHARAN S GILL 






JOHN D GILL 


SPRINGVILLE 




LORA H GILL 


RICHMOND 


VA 


AJIT SINGH GILL 


PROVO 




FRANK H GILLESPIE 






PETREA A GILLESPIE 


PROVO 


UTAH 


STEPHEN B GILLESPIE 


PUR T LAND 


ORE 


WlLFORD GILLESPIE 


PROVO 


UTAH 


ARLENE GILLETTE 


HONOLULU 




RICHARD D GILLETTE 


TOOELE 


UTAH 


ROBERT GENE GILLILAND 


ROSE MEAD 


CAL 


DORETTA MARIE GILLINS 


WEST COVINA 


CAL 


NANCY ANN GILLILAND 


MCCUTCHENVILE 


OHIO 


JANICE E GILLILAND 


SPRINGFItLO 


ORE 


ANNE L OILMAN 


SUMM | t 


N J 


MARY ANN G1LMORE 


EL PASO 


TEX 


JAMES N GlLSON 


PROVO 


V r am 


ALDINE GlLSON 






MELVIN PAUL ■!■:■■ 


VICTORVILLE 


CAL 


LARRY E GIVAN 


HUNTSVILLE 


ALA 


VERA C GLASS 


TOLEDO 


» OHIO 


GUY C GLASSFORD JR 


L AGON A BEACH 


N C 


ANN GLAUSER 


SALT LAKE CIV 


UTAH 


DORA DEE GLAZIER 


MESA 


ARIZ 


CONSTANCE V GLAZIER 


MESA 


ARIZ 


LYNDA J GLAZIER 


FULLERION 


CAL 


HANNI C GLEASON 




PA 


TOM A GLEASON 


PROVO 


UTAH 


BRENT L GLEDHILL 


SACRAMENTO 


CAL 


BETTE E GLEDHILL 


FORT WAYNE 


I NO 


RHETT L GLEDHILL 


FORT WAYNE 


IND 


SUSAN ANNE GLEDHILL 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


ROBERT 8 GLEDHILL 


PROVO 


UTAH 


MYRLE GLEED 






HAROLD S GLENN 


SAN MATEO 


CAL 


MERLA J GLENN 


K1MBERLY 


IDA 


MIRIAM KAROL GLENN 


BR 1 GUAM 


UTAH 


JULIE GLENN 


LA CRESCENT* 


CAL 



132. ZuZ. 33* 



BB. 206. 30u t 363 



LOWELL MARSHALL GLENN 


OREM 


UTAH 


STEVE L GLENN 


ANAHEIM 


CAL 


JEREO PETER GLINES 


NATIONAL CITY 


CAL 


LOANNA GLINES 


RICHLAND 


WASH 


LARRY E GISH 


VICTORVILLE 


CAL 


KEN H GLOVER 


LBfl 


UTAH 


NOLAN GNFIT1NG 


ROBERTS 


IDA 


RAYMOND GOAD JR 


PINNACLE 


N C 


MORRIS A GOATES 


PROVO 




NORMA GOATES 


PARMA 


IDA 


WILLIAM c GOBLE 


MAGNA 


UTAH 


gerald Eugene godard 


PROVO 


UTAH 


DAVID CORWlN GODDARD 


FAAM1NGTON 




LORIN CARD GODFREY 


CARDSTON ALTA 


CAN 


KENNETH m GODWIN 


ELT 


NEV 


WILLARD H GODFREY JR 


DENVER 


COLO 


DARLENE FLLEN GODNICK 


SALT LAKE CTY 




DOUGLAS CRAIG GODWIN 






DIANE L GOER IT! 


BROOMFIELO 


COLO 


PAMELA D GOESMAN 


NORTHRIDGE 


CAL 


GERHAROT GOECKERITZ 


CLEARFIELO 


UTAH 


BEATRICE M GOFF 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


JULIA D GOFF 


PAGE 


IDA 


LOLA GOFF 


HOUSTON 


TEK 


RALPH EMFRY GOFF 


SANDY 


UTAH 


hARv CHARLES GOLBEK 


EMPIRE 


OREG 


FLORIS M GOLD 


BOUNTIFUL 


UTAH 


JUDY A GOLDING 


PRICE 


UTAH 


MARVIN C GOLDING 


SALT LAKE CTV 


UTAH 


LINDA RAF GOLDSMITH 


OAKLAND 


CAL 


DIANE GOLLEDGE 


INGLEWOOD 


CAL 


RUDOLPH LOUIS GOMEZ 


SILVER SPRING 


MO 


LINDA GOmIS 


COL TON 


CAL 


FRANK R GONZALES 


GALESBURG 


ILL 


HELtO GONZALES 






THOMAS LLOYD GOOCH 


PROVO 


UTAH 


PATSY GOOD 


THISTLE 


UTAH 


JOHN A GOODFELLOW 


ONTARIO 


ORE 


DEANNE A GOOOFELLOW 


SALT LAKE CTV 


UTAH 


JAY H GOODFELLOW 


BOUNTIFUL 


UTAH 


NAOMI FOSTER GOODMAN 






ROBERT GOO OH AN JR 


SAFFORD 


ARIZ 


SANDRA GOODMAN 


PRE5C0TT 


ARIZ 


SUZANNE LEE GOODMAN 


CULVER CITY 


CAL 


LOVE GOODRICH 


SUNSET 


UTAH 


JAMES R GOODRICH 


TRIDELL 


UTAH 


LELAND B GOODRICH 


BLUEBELL 




DREW GOODRICH 






PATRICIA GOODRICH 


MOSES LAKE 


WASH 


ROGER E GOODRICH 


MOSES LAKE 


WASH 


WARD E GOODRICH 


VERNAL 


UTAH 


STEVEN A GOODSELL 


ARLINGTON 




SHARON L GOOOSELL 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 


MARSHA GOODSELL 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


SUSAN MARY GOOOSELL 


EL MONTE 




VIRGINIA P GOOOSELL 


ARLINGTON 




RAYMOND L GOODSON 


DENVER 


COLO 


VIRGINIA N GOODSON 


DENVER 


COLO 


JOYCE GOODWILL 






DAVID A GOODWIN 


BOISE 


IDA 


CHARLOTTE GOODWIN 


IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 


RICHARD D GOODWIN 


OVERTON 


NEV 


REESE J GOODWIN 


PROVO 


UTAH 


■>■■■■ i F f.OOOwtN 


PARAMOUNT 


CAL 


"ONALO GARY GOOLD 


GLENDALE 


CAL 


CAROLE L GOOLD 


MONROE 


UTAH 


jay FRANK GOOLD 


PROVO 


UTAH 


MELEDATM GOPINAIH 


KERALA 


INDI 


DON G GORDON 


RICHLAND 


WASH 


ELIZABETH AN GORDON 


SEATTLE 


WASH 


DAVID R GORDON 


OREM 


UTAH 


GLORIA J GORDON 


TOOELE 


UTAH 


MARY K GORDON 


ORAGERTON 


UTAH 


RONALD B GORDON 


LAMIRAOA 


CAL 


STEVEN V GORDON 


AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 


1AN1RA J GORDEN 


SUN VALLEY 


CAL 


LANA 5 GORMAN 


SCOTTSOALE 


ARIZ 


THOMAS L GOSS 


LAKEVIEw 


ORE 


MELINDA l GOSS 


SURBANK 


CAL 


ROB W GOTTFREDSON 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 


M RIDDLE GOTTFREDSON 


PROVO 


UTAH 


RICHARD J GOULD 


PHOENIX 


ARIZ 


O I ANNE GOULD 


ALTADENA 


CAL 


OOKGLAS A GOULD 


PLEASANT HILL 


CAL 


STEPHEN v GOULD 


FAIRFIELD 


CAL 


BARBARA GOULDING 


CORVALLIS 


OREG 


PATRICIA r.DURDIN 


OREM 


UTAH 


NICKY D GOURAS 


HOUSTON 


TEX 


DONALD R GOVER 


PROVO 


UTAH 


RONNIE J GOVER 


MIDVALE 


UTAH 


LONDA GOwANS 


TOOELE 


UTAH 


FRED R GOWANS 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


CATHERINE « GRAFKL 


LAYTON 


UTAH 


mJCWAElENE GRAESSLI 






BARBARA A GRAFF 


pa row An 


UTAH 


JONATHAN K GRAFF 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


COLLEEN S GRAHAM 


VAN NUYS 


CAL 


CLIFFORD L GRAHAM 


MOUNTAIN VIEW 


WYO 


NETTIE A GRAHAM 


R I G8Y 


10A 


NANCY JANE GRAHAM 


MOUNTAIN VIEW 




MORRIS A GRAHAM 


LAKEWOOD 


CAL 


RUTH G graham 


COLUMBIA 


S C 


WALTER B GRAMES JR 


DOWNERS GROVE 


ILL 


KENT L GRANAT 


PROVO 


UTAH 


GARY GRANOMAISON 


wINOSOR ONT 


CAN 


O.RENT GRAMPP 


ARLINGTON 


VA 


MICHAEL L GRANNIS 


ANAHEIM 


CAL 


GARY WELDON GRANDy 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


11 ana GRANT 


OECLO 


10A 


JEAN GRANT 


GLENDORA 


CAL 


JOHN HENWMCKS GRANT 


OLYMPIA 


WASH 


WILLIAM n GRANT JR 


JENNINGS 




morris Russell graves 


MURRAY 




JAMES V GRAVES 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


DIANA GRAY 


SPOKANE JA 


WASH 


Donald Glenn gray 


LAKEVIEW 


OREG 


JAMES A GRAY 


AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 


MARILYN JANE GRAY 


FULLERION 


CAL 


PATRICIA JfAN GRAY 


AL6ANT 


CAL 


SONDRA L GRAY 




NEB 


CHERIANNF GREAThOUSE 


ALAMOSA 


COLO 


JULIE ANNE GREOING 


NO HOLLYWOOD 


CAL 


ANGEL 1 GREEN 


KARUA 




CLAUDIA F GREEN 


OGDEN 


UTAH 


JACK LYNN GREEN 


HUNTINGTON 


UTAH 


JOANNE GREEN 


LITTLETON 


COLO 


LOIS ANN GREEN 


DARBY 


MONT 


KENNETH h GREEN 


LEH| 


UTAH 


LINDA ' GREEN 


CASPER 


WYO 


NORENE M GREEN 


PROVO 


UTAH 


ROBERT Sherman green 


FILLMORE 


UTAH 


RICHARD A GREEN 


ESCONDIDO 


CAL 


SHIRLEY GREEN 


OREM 


UTAH 


SYDNET l GREEN 


YUCAIPA 


CAL 


THOMAS HARRISON GREEN 


ALBANY « 


CAL 


LOIS ANN GREENALL 


HAWTHORNE 


CAL 


LAWRIN MAY GREENE 


GLENDORA 


CAL 


CHARLES E GREENALL 


SANLUISOBISPO 


CAL 


GERALD H GREENFIELD 


NOGALES 


ARIZ 


MARjORIE ANN GREENE 


BOISE 


IDA 


SUSAN GREENE 


BERKELEY 


CAL 


GARY L GREENER 


DENVER 


COLO 


DAVID R GREENHALGH 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


NEIL W GREENHALGH 


NEPHI 


UTAH 


_OIS GREFNHAlGh 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 


WILBUR GREENHALGH 


NEPHI 




JOHN LEROY GREENWOOD 


AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 


LYNN REID GREENWOOD 


SANDY 


UTAH 


MARY L GREENWOOD 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


vICky J GREENWOOD 


CONCORD 


CAL 


SHIRLEY ANN GREENWOOD 


SANDY 


UTAH 


STANLEY P GREEP 


RAYMOND ALTA 


CAN 


VAL DAVID GREENWOOD 


SANDY 


UTAH 


PAUL T GRFFVER 


CODY 


WYO 


HERBERT RUSSELL GREER 


PROVO 


UTAH 


SUZANNE X GREER 


PROVO 


UTAH 


GRANT GRFER 


PROVO 


UTAH 


GARALD R GREGORY 


PRESTON 


IOA 


MAHARY GREGORY 


FRANCE H SAE6 


(RAN 


MARY J GREGORY 


SMITHFIELO 


UTAH 


VERNALYNN GREGORY 


WINSLOW 


ARIZ 


PATRICIA ANN GRESLIE 


SUN VALLEY 


CAL 


EDWARD ROBERT GRIES 


GRAND JCT 


COLO 


WILLIAM A GRIFFETh 


PRESTON 


IDA 


RARBARA J GRIFFEY 


ONTARIO 


ORE 


BETTY R GRIFFIN 


EL DORADO 


ARK 


NORMA GRIFFIN 


LDVELL 


WVO 


ORIS GRIFFIN 


PLEASANT GR 


UTAH 


ROLANO IVAN GRIFFIN 


SAN CARLOS 


CAL 


WARREN H GRIFFIN 


CARIBOU 


ME 


DARE W GRIFFITH 


HAYDEN 


ARIZ 


DENNIS A GRIFFITH 


WHITHER 


CAL 


HAL GRIFFITH 


BOISE 


IDA 


LORENZO P GRIFFI Th 


PRESTON 


IDA 


LARRY N GRIFFITH 


SAN DIEGO 


CAL 


MARALYN EDNA GRIFFITH 


PORTLAND 


OREG 


SARAH E GRIFFITHS 


OMAHA 2* 


NEB 


CHARLES W GRIGGS 


POCATELLO 


IDA 


HELEN K GRIGGS 


EVERETT 


WASH 


JOHN M GRIGGS 


ANAHEIM 


CAL 


RILLlE LOUISE GRIGG 


ONTARIO 


OREG 


KATHLEEN GRIGGS 


EVERETT 


WASH 


LAUREL F GRIGG 


ONTARIO 


ORE 


mary x grimes 


MONTPELIER 


IDA 


JOHN WILLIAM GRIMES 


LEHI 


UTAH 


REGGIE D GR1MMETI 




CAL 


DIANE GRITTON 


RIVERSIOE 


CAL 


GEROA A GRINOSTAFF 


GRANADA HILLS 


CAL 


JOSEPH H GROBERG 


IDAHO FALLS 




KAREN GROBERG 


SALT LAKE CTV 


UTAH 


RICHARO H GROBERG 


IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 



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S6> 2 66. 386 



JOHN P GROESSECK 
LUC S GROESSECK 
DAVE NORMAN GRONFORS 
LEROY J GROSS 
RICHARD W GROTEPAS 
BERNIECE GROIEGUT 
MORRIS R GROUNDS 
CONNIE J GRDvER 

carol j grover 
karen m grover 
mary k grow 
william j grundy 
harold p gubernick 
jerald r gubler 
venice c gubler 
stewart l guomundsen 
clair w gudmundson 
lois g guest 
attilio guerr1 jr 
oavid g guillot 
marcia c guild 
regina sue guinn 
c harriet gummow 
ann gundersen 
richard gunn 
lamoine c gunnell 
Clifford h gunter 
dale 0rville gunther 
norma dean gurden 
dorothy a gurlev 

LARRY LLOYD GUNThER 
KATHLEEN L GURNET 
BOYD F GURNET 
I GURNET 



SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 


PROVO 


UTAH 


TRONOTO ONT 


CAN 


INGLEWOOO 


Z CAL 


SALT LAKE CTV 


UTAH 


SPANISH FORK 


UTAH 




ARIZ 


MODESTO 


CAL 


REXBURG 


IDA 


TOWNSEND 


HONT 


PROVO 


UTAH 


N SACRAMENTO 


CAL 


UVALOE 


TEA 


LAVERKIN 


UTAH 


SANTA CLARA 


UTAH 


PAYSON 


UTAH 


ELY 


NEV 


PROVO 


UTAH 


PKOVO 


UTAH 


HITCHCOCK 


TEA 


LACONIA 




KANSAS CI IT 


NO 


ARIMO 


IDA 


ARLINGTON 


VA 



SUANNA ( 



VI CH 



robert gurr 
cheryl r gusiaveson 
verl j gusiaveson 
john p gute 
fred edgar guvmon 
eldon v guvmon 
eowim f guvon 
aoolfo m Guzman 
ronalo p guvmon 
roger ■ gylling 



PEORIA 

AN FORK 

SHREVEPOR! 

RICHFIELD 

ALBuOutKOuE 

SALINA 

PROVO 

LEHI 



CUALVILLE 

SAN DIEGO 

PROVO 

PROVO 

MONTPELIER 

PROVO 

ULANOING 

DENVER 



UTAH 3TZ 



IB COLO 2*1 



H 



DAVIO R HAAG 


GLENDORA 


CAL 


JANET G HAAG 


ROBINSON 


ILL 


SHARRON MAE HAAG 


WHITTIER 


CAL 


RICHARD DENNIS HABEL 


GREAT FALLS 


MONT 


ROBERT J HACKEN 


SACRAMENTO 


CAL 


RONALO D HACKETT 




UTAH 


GRANT L HACKING 




UTAH 


COLLEEN HACKING 


VALLEJO 


CAL 


EDWIN M HACKING 


VERNAL 


UTAH 


DENNIS B HACKING 


VERNAL 


UTAH 


KENNETH J HACKING 


OREM 


UTAH 


MARILYN HACKING 


BAKERSE 1EL0 


CAL 


JUDY LYNN HACKNEY 


MOREHEAD 




LARRY G HACKNEY 


ALLENTUWN 


PA 


LEONARD DAHLE HAOOEN 


RtOONDU BEACH 


CAL 


VAUGHN J HADERLIE 


FREEDOM 




KAREN E HADFIELO 


LEHI 


UIAH 


KOUEN LAMONT HADFIELD 


OWENOALE 


ALTA 


SUSAN HADFIELD 


mElbUuhne 


AUST 


CARL WILLIAM HADFIELD 


LEHI 


UTAH 


LARRY W HADFIELD 


MALAO 


IOA 


ILENE KADLEY 


MONTOUR 


IDA 


JOHN S HADLET 


EMMET T 


IDA 


NORMA JUNE HADlEY 


ALBANY 


CAL 


NORA HADLEY 


OGDEN 


UTAH 


ANDREW G HADLOCK 


HEMET 


CAL 


PATRICIA KAY HAFEN 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


CAROL G HAGBERG 


GRlDLEY 


CAL 


RAYMOND HAGAN 


WUOOLAND HILL 


CAL 


MASSOUD HAGHIGHI 






DAVID L HAGGERIY 


DANVILLt 




DARTOUSH K HAGHIGHI 


TEHRAN 




JAVAO M HAGHIGHI 


TEHRAN 


IRAN 


GEORGENE L MAHN 


MIAMI 


FLA 


MARGARET E HAIGhT 


RENO 


NEV 


CAROL L HAIGHT 


BURLEY 


IDA 


JOHN E HAINES 


PROVO 


UTAH 


don child hainsworth 


PORTLAND 


GREG 


EMMA L HAKES 


ASHLAND 


OREG 


AMRITA LAL HALDAR 


BAR | SAL 


EPAK 


DAVID E HALE 


BURLET 


IDA 


GARRON R HALE 


BEAVERION 


ORE 


GUY A HALE 


BEAvERIOM 


ONE 


LLOYD DEAN HALE 


PR1NEVILLE 


OREG 


JOHN DEWEY HALE 


S L C 


UTAH 


SALLY LEE HALE 


GLENDALE 


CAL 


SHERRY HALES 


GLENDALE 


CAL 


SIGNE HALE 






CHARLES NATHAN HALES 


SPANISH FORK 




DAVID ALBERT HALES 


DtSERET 


UTAH 


HERVIN LEON KALES 


NAMPA 




HARLEY R HALES 


PLEASANT GR 


UlAH 


glade cowan hales 


SPRINGVILLE 


UtAH 


JOSEPH S HALES 


GLENDALE 


CAL 


DON G HALES 


OREM 


UTAH 


MEILING CHARLES HALES 


SPANISH FORK 


UTAH 


RICHARD H HALES 


ELSINORE 


CAL 


PARLEY 6OY0 HALES 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 


RONALD WILLIAM HALES 


ELSINORE 


CAL 


RONALD BURNS HALES 


HAYWOOD 


CAL 


SUSAN E MALES 


DELTA 




LAURA J HALFORD 


MARBLEHEAO 




ANTONE L HALL 




IDA 


BLAINE D HALL 


BURBANK 


CAL 


BLAINE H HALL 


OREM 


UIAH 


CARL WATSON HALL 


TRONA 


CAL 


CAROLE E HALL 


HAOOOM Ht 1 GH T 




CHARLES BRENT HALL 


CARNATION 


WASH 


CONNIE MARIE HALL 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 


DOROTHY HALL 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 


DOUGLAS KENT HALL 


VERNAL 


UTAH 


EVAN B HALL 


LEWISTON 


UTAH 


GEORGE M HALL 


PROVO 


UTAH 


GAYLE ANN HALL 


JEROME 


IDA 


HENRY LEE HALL 


SEATTLE 


7 MASH 


JEROLD M HALL 


EAGAR 


ARIZ 


JERRY ROY HALL 


OREN 


UIAH 


JAMES S HALL 


MCCAMNOH 


IDA 


JOHN F HALL 


PROVO 


UTAH 


JUDY V MALL 


SHOW LUW 


ARIZ 


JO D HALL 


MURRAT 


UTAH 


KARALEE HALL 


LEWISTON 


UTAH 


KENNETH F HALL 


TRONA 


CAL 


LINDA HALL 


801SE 


IDA 


LOU A HALL 


DENVER 


COLO 


LEROT E HALL 


LAVA MOT SPR 


IDA 


MARILYN HALL 


PROVO 


UIAH 


MARSHALL B HALL 


MONROV I A 


CAL 


MARGEHE HALL 


VERNAL 




HARCIA MARIE HALL 


LONG 8LACH 


CAL 


PRISCILLA B HALL 


CARDSTON ALTA 


CAN 


REBECCA HALL 


MESA 


ARIZ 


ROBERT E HALL 


BR 1 GHAM 


UTAH 


RONALO HALL 


LAVA H SPRNGS 


IDA 


RONALD JUSTIN HALL 


LYNWOOO 


CAL 


SHERLENE MALL 


PROVO 


UTAH 


SUZANNE D HALL 


CARNATION 


WASH 


WAYNE LAVERL HALL 


SI JOHNS 


ARIZ 


WAYNE WILLIAM HALL 


VERNAL 


UTAH 


MARCIA HALLADAY 


Chatham 


N J 


VIRGINIA HALLADAY 


PROVO 


UTAH 


WILLIAM EDWARD HALLET 


RtOLAKE 


MINN 


JOSEPH R HALL1DAY 


SALT LAKE CIY 




MARY LUCILLE HALLIDAY 






MARJORIE ANN HALLIOAY 


PROVO 


UIAH 


LOU A HALLS 


OURANGO 


COLO 


LOUANNA HALLS 






LARRY RAY HALSIEAO 


SI ALBANS 


W VA 


LYLA JOY HALTERNAM 


PAROWAN 


UTAH 


JUDIE FRANCIS HALTER 






ALLfN KENT HALVERSEN 






ALLEN K HALVERSOM 






RICHARO A HALVERSON 


CHICAGO i 


ILL 


MARGARET E HALVORSEN 


STEILACOOH 


WASH 


PAUL HALVERSON 






RONALO L HAMBERGER 


PROVO 


UTAH 


Elaine hamblin 


PROVO 


UTAH 


GEORGIA K HAMBLIN 


MESA 


ARIZ 


BALLARO C HANSEN 


DELTA 


UTAH 


THEO HAMBLIN 


CHULA VISTA 


CAL 


ARTHUR W HANILTON 


PROVO 


UTAH 


DENNIS HAMILTON 


ULACKFOOT 


IOA 


JOHN D HAMILTON 


CHANDLER 


ARIZ 


LYNNE E HAMILTON 


LEThBROG ALTA 


CAN 


LYNDA A HAMILTON 


WALNUT DMEEK 


CAL 


JEANNE HAMILTON 


TWIN FALLS 


IDA 


MARY E HAMILTON 


HYOE PARK 


UTAH 


SYLVIA L HAMILTON 


TWIN FALLS 


IDA 


WILLIAM E HAMILTON 


BAGOAO 


ARIZ 


SUSAN KAY HAMMER 


HOOD RIVER 


OREG 


A C HAMMER 


PAYETTE 


IDA 


BOYD L HAMMOND 


BURLEY 


IDA 


DON LEE HAMMOND 


IDAMO FALLS 


IDA 


ALICE D HAMMOND 


CODY 


WTO 


CLEORA OEEN HAMMOND 


LAS VEGAS 


NEV 


BEVERLY J HAMMOND 


EUGENE 


ORE 


GLEN R HAMMOND 


LAS VEGAS 


NEV 


ROY ALAN HAMMOMO 


PKOVO 


UtAH 


SUSAN NOREN HAMMOMO 


SAN MATEO 


CAL 


Russell p hammono 


TOOELE 


UTAH 


DEL R MAMMONS 


COTTON WOOO 


ARIZ 



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419 



WILLIAM n HAMMOND 


LAS VEGAS 


NEV 




JUDITH LFL* HAMPSHIRE 


BOUNTIFUL 


UTAH 


166. )*■ 


PETER 2UNG JtH HAN 


10WLOON 


HONG 


21b 


DALE S HAN9ERG 


ALTAMONT 


UTAH 


2A9 


IHANN M HANCHETT 


ANNABELLA 


UTAH 




BREnT H HANCOCK 


HONOLULU 




217. 11* 


BARBARA F HANCOCK 


WETHERSFIELD 


CONN 




CARLENE JFWEL HANCOCK 


MESA 


ARIZ 


.'11. >6* 


novo waynE HANCOCK 


BLACKFOOT 


IDA 


122 


DONALO FRANK HANCOCK 


ROSE ME NO 


CAL 




GERALDINF HANCOCK 


G LEND ALE 


CAL 


322 


JABEN A HANCOCK 


HONOLULU 


HAW 


21T 


KABFN (*f HANCOCK 


DENVER 


COLO 


16 T 


j Albert hancock 


SALT LAKE CTT 


t UTAH 




PHILIP E HANCOCK 


BELLFLOwER 


CAL 


210 


MARGARET HAND 


SANDY 






WALLACE WAYNE HANCOCK 




CAL 




RITA L HANCOCK 


HAYWARD 


CAL 


110 


WILLIAM n HANDLEr 


OGOEN 


UTAH 


231 


DAVIO T Hjsni.fi 


OGOEN 


UTAH 




-WANCY "ABIE HANDLE* 


GRANO jct 


COLO 




ChFRyl A HANDY 


PETALUMA 


CAL 


IB*. 91* 


SHARON J HAND* 


LONG BEACH 


CAL 




SHARON J HANEV 


DURANGO 


COLO 


ji» 


DAVID L HANKS 


TETON I A 


IDA 




DElHERT ROBERT HANKS 






MO 


nELHERT HANKS 






|96 


EUGENE HANKS 


HOLLYWOOD 2 


CAL 




ELLEN JEAN HANKS 


CALDWELL 


IDA 




LINOA f Ay HANKS 


SPANISH FORK 


UTAH 




KARFN COLLEEN HANKS 


OAYTON 


OHIO 


390 


LARRY LINCOLN HANKS 


pleasant gr 


UTAH 




MARIE HANK 5 


BURlFy 


IDA 


It* 


SUSAN DEF HANKS 


RENO 


NEV 




ALBERT H HANlFv 


PRICE 


UTAH 




MARIAN L HANNA 


PLEASANT HILL 


CAL 


»08 


SHERIDAN L HANSEEN 


TUCSON 


ARIZ 




ARlFNE HANSEN 


BURLEV 


IDA 


»0» 


RETTE «ARIL*N HANSEN 


PRICE 






BETTY LARSEN HANSEN 


OREM 


UTAH 




ROVD GLEN HANSEN 


SALT LAKE CI TV 


UTAH 




CAROL LYNN HANSEN 


BLACKFOOT 


IDA 




CARON J HANSEN 


RUPERT 


IDA 




DAVID G HANSEN 


PROVO 


UTAH 


132 


DAVID S HANSEN 


AM FORK 


UTAH 




OAVIO P HANSFN 


WANAMASSA 






DARBEl D HANSEN 


H|K/ 


NEV 




DOUGLAS n HANSEN 


GLENDALE 


CAL 


IB*. 21T. 372 


GAR« w HANSEN 


COVINA 


CAL 


202. 312 


GLENN A HANSEN 


SPRIN&VILLE 


UTAH 




HAROLD 1 HANSEN 






211 


HELEN L HANSEN 


SANTA MONICA 


CAL 




1VA J HANSEN 


RICHFIELD 


UTAH 


312 


JANET ANN HANSEN 


SALT LAKE 


UTAH 




JOHN L HANSEN 


AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 




JOHN ft HANSEN 


PROVO 


UTAH 




JOSEPH H HANSEN 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


196. IS* 


JUANITA m HANSEN 


TUSTIN 


CAL 


352 


<ARFN Ft HANSFN 


PAUL 


IDA 


36 T 


(RISTINE HANSEN 


CORvALLIS 


OR EG 




KENT 8 HANSEN 


CLARKSTON 


UTAH 


ISA. 193 1 36S 


LEWIS G HANSEN 


RICHFIELD 


UTAH 


326 


LEE OUANF HANSEN 


VALE 


OREG 




LLOVD C HANSEN 


SHOSHONE 


IDA 


326 


NELS ARTHUR HANSEN 


EMMETT 


IOA 


3S0 


NJREEN E HANSEN 


VALLEJO 


CAL 




PAUL S HANSEN 


CERES 


CAL 


202, 107. 316 


PATS* ANN HANSEN 


PA T SON 


UTAH 


389 


PHYLLIS « HANSEN 


BOISE 


IOA 


IM 


RICHARD T HANSEN 


LA CRESCENTA 


CAL 


326 


REVA L HANSEN 


LITTLETON 


COLO 


152 


BICHABn M HANSFN 


PRICE 


UTAH 




ROBFRT L HANSEN 


VAN NUYS 


CAL 


370 


RORFRT H HANSEN 


RICHFIELO 


UTAH 




ROBERT A HANSEN 


SPR1NGVILLE 




138 


RONALD P HANSEN 


GLENDALE 


CAL 




RUSSELL H HANSEN 








SHARON H HANSEN 


ST ANTHONY 






SUSAN LARETTA HANSEN 


FIRTH 


IDA 


370 


SHERIDAN HANSEEN 






2S3 


TRUDY HANSEN 


MERIDIAN 


IDA 


360 


TERRY LEF HANSEN 


SPANISH FORK 


UTAH 




THOMAS PFTER HANSEN 


SAN LEANDRO 


CAL 


170. 171 


HARVEY H HANSGFN 


PROVO 


UTAH 




RLAINE R HANSON 


LAS CRUCES 




31*. 


BILLIE LOUISE HANSON 


REDLANDS 


CAL 


3*8 


CRAIG A HANSON 


S PASADENA 


CAL 




oonald Eugene hanson 


PAYSON 


UTAH 




OUANE JOSEPH HANSON 


NEPHl 






GEORGE W HANSON JH 


PROVO 


UTAH 


996 


GARY L HANSON 


PAYSON 


UTAH 


326 


JAMFS G HANSON 


PROVO 




19* 


LOUISE G HANSON 


REOLANDS 


CAL 




ROSALEE A HANZ5CHF 


SAN FERNANDO 


CAL 


11*. 3*0 


ROBERT Paul harbrecht 


MURRAY 7 


UTAH 




CATHERINE L HARDEE 


AURORA 


COLO 


312 


LAURENCE J HARDIN 


MRWAUKIE 


ORE 




DIANE HARDING 






17* 


ILENE HARDING 


AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 




KANlLLIA M C HARDY 


PROVO 


UTAH 




KATHERINF L HARDING 


N LAS VEGAS 


NEV 


1*1. 360 


HELEN D HARDING 


OGDEN 






DOUGLAS H HARDY 


STIRLING ALTA 


CAN 




CAROL J HARDY 


SALT LAKE CTV 


UTAH 


3*6 


Claudia lynnf hardy 


GLENDALE 8 


CAL 


168 


HA7FL INMAN HARDY 


OREM 


UTAH 




IRENE HARDY 


SALT LAKE 


UTAH 


131. 367 


JUDY 1 HAROY 


GLENDALE 2 


CAL 


312 


MARv ThunELL HAROy 


PROvO 


UTAH 




ROOGER L HARDY 


RED BLUFF 


CAL 


132. 31* 


RICHARD A HARISAY 


SAN JOSE 27 


CAL 




ROBERT E HARGER 


MASSAPEQUA 




151 


GARTH WENDELL HARKER 


SHELLEY 






SHARON L HARKER 


MAGRATH ALTA 


CAN 


11* 


WALLACE S HARKNESS 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 




ROYAL KENT HARKER 


IDAHO FALLS 






LINDA LUCILE HARLEY 


LOS ANGELES 


CAL 


2 26 


SHARON A HARLINE 


SALT LAKE CTV 


UTAH 


111. 326 


DENNIS D HARLINE 


PALOS VERDES 


CAL 


312 


BARBARA 'Ay MARlE* 


LOS ANGELES IB 


CAL 


303. 367 


DAVID LEWIS H1RMER 


pleasant grov 


UTAH 




DAVID G HARMER 


SPHINGVILLE 


UTAH 


301 


LINDA L hARmFR 


pleasant gr 


UTAH 


301. 312 


DAVID ' HARMON 


RICHLAND 


HASH 


3*2 


GEORGE B HARMON 


BERKELEY 


CAL 


132. 11* 


JUANITA HARMON 


COKEVILLE 


WVO 


296 


MURRAY L HARMON 


LOVELL 


wvo 




SHARON H HARMON 


CINCINNATI 27 


OHIO 




JAMFS HENRY HAROLDSEN 


IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 


2*2. 167 


MELVEN HAROLDSEN 


10AHO FALLS 


IDA 




ardith h harper 


RICHMOND 


CAL 


31* 


Blaine B harper 


OREM 


UTAH 




JOHN HARPER 


ALBuOUEROUE 




313 


LELAND GRANT HARPER 


ALRERTSON 


N C 


112 


PATRICIA A HARPFR 


ALRERTSON 


N C 


36S 


RICHARD HARPER 






132 


VEEOA F HARPER 


ALBERTSON 




133. 31* 


RICHARD R HARRINGTON 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 




MASON D HARRELL JR 


BElLEVUE 


NEBR 




LINDA HARRIET 






39* 


ALFDEO R HARRIS 


OGOEN 


UTAH 




BLAKE R HARRIS 


NAMPA 


IDA 


31* 


CARL IE C, HARRIS 


SALEM 


ORE 


313 


CHESTER w HARRIS 


PROVO 


UTAH 




CLAUDIA J HARR| S 


SPRIN&VILLE 


UTAH 


31* 


CLAUDIA W HARRIS 


PROVO 


UTAH 




DARLENE JEAN HARRIS 


OXNARD 


CAL 


131. 368 


DALE fl HARRIS 


CISCO 


UTAH 


136 


DOROTHY S HARR| S 


SILVER ION 


ORE 


313 


DONNA RAF HARRIS 


BATTLE CREEK 


MICH 


196 


DOUGLAS F HARRIS 


THE HON TON 






DONALD G HARRIS 


PROVO 


UTAH 




FlEANOR 1 HARRIS 


OAKLAND 


CAL 


326 


^LOVO HARRIS 


MAGRATH 


ALTA 


39* 


HARVE* DON HARRIS 


STONE 


IDA 




HOWARD MFLVlN HARRIS 








JERALO WAYNE HARRIS 


TACOMA 


WASH 




JERRY S HARRIS 


PROVO 


UTAH 


19*. 233 


JAMFS R HARRIS 


PROVO 


UTAH 




JULIA A HARRIS 


GRACE 


IDA 


131. 11* 


JOANN HARRIS 


EAGLE 


IDA 


33* 


KENNETH BRUCE HARRIS 


OREM 


UTAH 




KAY ELLEN HARRIS 


PROVO 


UTAH 


352 


LARRY A HARRIS 


PLEASANT GR 


UTAH 




LINDA MAF HARRIS 


TORRANCE 


CAL 


1*2. 1*6 


« CHRISTINE HARRIS 


JACKSONVILLE 


FLA 




MARGARET M HARRIS 


EVANSTON 


WVO 




-ARLENA HARRIS 


OGDEN 


UTAH 




MERRILL HARRIS 


PROVO 


UTAH 


165 


NANCY L HARRIS 


GLENDALE 


CAL 


127 


OLIVE WAGNER HARRIS 


PORTLAND 


ORE 




RAUL L HARRIS 


RIRJE 


IDA 


172 


RICHARD f> HARRIS 


OINARD 


CAL 


11* 


ROBFRT NATHAN HARRIS 


SILVEHTON 


OREG 


Ml 


ROBFRT L HARRIS 


DELTA 


UTAH 




RONALD C HARRIS 


HAL AD 


IDA 




SHANA KAvE HARRIS 








VAL L HARRIS 


PROvO 


UTAH 




VERNA RUTH HARRIS 


SYRACUSE T 




1*2. 1SS. 369 


RONNIE HARRISON 


KARA 


CAL 




BETTY D HARRISON 


PROVO 






CLINTON C HARRISON 


LAPOINt 


UTAH 


31* 


DAVIO C HARRISON 


flAKER 


ORE 




DENNIS E HARRISON 


OREM 


UTAH 




DAN J HARRISON 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 




FARRON R HARRISON 


VERNAL 






GRANT V HARRI SON 


CEOAR CITY 


UTAH 




GERALD C HARRISON 


VERNAL 


UTAH 




LYNNE HARRISON 


ST GEORGE 


UTAH 


115 


RUTH A HARRI SON 


WALLA WALLA 


WASH 


107 



BEVERLEE 1 HART 


PORTLAND 


ERIN S HART 


SEATTLE 


JAMES DOUGLAS HART 


BOISE 


JOAN HART 


BLOOM [KG TON 


JACK DEVON HART 


GRANO JUNCT 


KAY HART 


STARKE 


KENNETH W HART 


SUNNYVALE 




PALO ALTO 


MARY G HART 


bETnESDA 


ROGER M HART 


LAVTON 


ROBERT JOHN HART 


PROVO 


RUTH G HART 


GRAND JUNCT 


VICTOR GARY HART 


SEATTLE 


BURTON & HARTLEY 


STIRLING ALT 


WILLIAM G HARTLEY 


SAN LORENZO 


JANET L MARTLET 


ROCKLAND 


LARRY D HARTMAN 




MICHAEL J HARTMAN 


GARRVOWEN 


JAMES M HARTSFIELD 


TUCSON 


HELEN L HARTSF [ELD 


TUCSON 


OONALD R HARTSFIELD 


PROVO 


NANCY M HART20G 


CLAYTON 


ALVIN L HARVEY 


BLVTHE 


lLA M HARVEY 


SAN FERNANDO 


JOSEPH 8 HARVEY 


MENTONE 


PAUL A HARVEY 


AMERICAN FOR 


MERRILL W HARWARD II 


IDAHO FALLS 


MARY E HARWOOO 


SPANISH FORK 


JOHN MORTON HASEK 


BERWYN 


MAVIS D HASKELL 


MILLBRAE 


CABOLEE HASKELL 


MONTE VISTA 


LINDA L HASLAH 


DENVER 


KAREN LEE HASLAM 


UUR8ANK 


GARY K HASLAM 


LOS AN&tLES 


Elaine haslam 


CLEARFIELD 


SANORA HASLAM 


CLEARFIELD 


MARJOR1E ANNE HASLER 


GOLDEN 


RICHARD 8 HASLETON 


ALEXANDRIA 


JANET E HASSARD 


ORLAND 


NORMA JEAN HASSARD 


ORLAND 


JUDV A HASSELL 




DOROTHY HASSEN 




ELOON ELMER HASTINGS 


MESA 


ROBERT w HASTINGS 


MESA 


ANN HASTINGS 


HESA 


STANLEY D HASTINGS 


NESA 


MAXINE HASTINGS 


MIDVALt 


AARON LENORD HATCH 


CLEARFIELD 


CARL ALVIN HATCH 


BROWNING GLA 


CAROLYN JANE HATCH 


SALT LAKE CTT 


ELIZABETH L HATCH 


Chihuahua 


EOWIN B HATCH 


WAYNE 


ELMER F HATCH 


OREM 


ELAINE HATCH 




GERALD A HATCH 


SPRINGVILLE 


GEORGIA A HATCH 


BOUNTIFUL 


JANET V HATCH 


PANGUITCM 



ARIZ 33* 



ARIZ 33* 



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1HOHAS S HATFIELD 
MARY LYNNE HATFIELD 
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AMERICAN FORK 
SPRINGVILLE 
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LbTHBRIGE ALT 
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LAS VEGAS 
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JODENE 


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JANICE 


MAE HAWKIN 


JAMES ORAL HAWKJN 


JERILYN H HAWKINS 


RONALD 


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WALDEA 


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JODEAN 




DIXIE 


HAWS 


ESTELL 


KAYE HAWS 


ELAINE 


HAWS 


HELEN 


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LARRY D HAWS 


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OTTO SHERRILL HAW 


POLLY 




MARCIA 


ELLEN HAWS 


VAL J 


TAWS 


VALERI 


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GAIL 1 


HAYASHl 


CHARLES Y HAVASHI 


KAAREN 


BAE HAYCOC 


JOHN L 


HAYDEN 


STEVEN 


MACK HAYCO 



ANACONDA 


TWIN FALLS 


PROVO 


ABERDEEN 


SALT LAKE 


OREM 


PRESTON 


LUNG BLALH 


TOOELE 


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CHIHUAHUA 


MURRAY 


BAKERSFIELD 


SALT LAKE 


MESA 


SHAWNEE 


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WINNJSQUAK 


SPANISH FORK 


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DANIEL H HAYMORE 
RICHARD S HAVNES 
THEODORE E HAVNES 
MICHAEL C HAYNE5 
CARL S HAVNIE 
GILBERT AIRD HAYS 
GERALD L HAVwARD 
LANELL 8IRD HAVwARD 
SHARON L HAYWARD 
JOHN W HAZELGREN 
CAROLYN L HAZEL 
FREDA KAYE HEALEV 
LESTER H HEALEY 
JAMES w HEALEV 
MARION W HEAPS 



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SAN DIEGO 

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PROVO 

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michael r mebert 

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SAN 8ERNA 


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ANDREW HEDEKIN 


PALO ALTO 




C DAVIO HEDGECOCK 


RANOLEMAN 




FRANCIS J HEDOUIST 


SALT LAKE 


CI 


BONNIE GAVLE HEELIS 


SANTAOUIN 




EVELVNE A Ht&STEO 


OREM 




JULIA H HEGSTED 


OREN 




STUART PALLOW HEIMDAL 


POCATELLO 




KRISTINE G HEIGOLD 


GLENOALE 




HENRV ElDON HEILESEN 


GLENWOOD 




GEORG R HEIMDAL 


POCATELLO 




SANFORD J HEILNER 


BAKER 




FRED L hEIDENREICh 


SALT LAKE 


CI 


Charles heimerdinger 


MENLO PAN 




BONNIE HEIBS 






STEPHEN hEINECKL 


MIDVALE 




REBECCA A hEINIGER 


TOOELE 




GARY L HEINER 


MESA 




JEANETTE E HEINER 


SALT LAKE 


CT 


THANE I HEINER 


HEYBURN 




ROSELYN LAEL HEINER 


PHOENII 




SHCJLA E HEINLE 


PROVO 




GEOBGE J HELn JR 


PROVO 




MARJA LIISA L HELD 


GLENOALE 




FORREST LEE HELLEWELL 


JEROME 




MICHAEL W HELLSTRDM 


SEATTLE 




RONALD W HELLINGS 


PASADENA 




KAHIN F HELLEWELL 


SACRAMENT 




JAMES R HELLAR 


WICHITA 





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DELBERT mELPhENSTINE 
GERALD C HEL2ER 
KENA L HFLOUIST 
LAMAR J HfLOUIST 
ARVEL LEF HEMJNWAY 
ALONNA HFMMERT 
RENITA J HEMUS 
FRANCIS N HENOERSON 
OIHE L HENDFRSON 
LOIS A HENDERSON 
JUDY A HENDERSON 
JOHN O HFNDERSON 
LARRY D HENDERSON 
JOYCE E HfNOFRSON 
JANFT L HFNOERSON 
JUOITH A HFNDERSON 



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JUDITH K HEORICK 
JAMES R HENORIAN 
ROLAINE I HENOERSON 
WILLIAM w HENDFRSON 
RICHABD M HENDERSON 
RODNEY L HFNDERSON 
f!0>i<-,LAS G HENDRICKS 
DONNA L HFNORICKS 
FLORENCE HFNPHICKSON 
CLAIRE R HENOBICKSON 

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BAKERSFIELD 

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BLAND1NG 

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RICHMOND 

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SANTA ANA 

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BOGFI 



"OWARO L HENLINE 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 


FL1YD E HfNLFV 


BOSFVILLF 


CAL 


DIANE HFnRICKSFN 


PROyD 


UTAH 


DONALD « IRK HENR1F 


LAS VEGAS 


NEV 


IRENE HENRIE 


BANGUI TCH 


UTAH 


CERALD F HFNRIf 


VERNAL 


UTAH 


PATRICK HfNRIF 


PROVl 


UTAH 


ROBERT JUAN HFNRIE 


RICHFIELD 


UTAH 


TORLA HENRIE 


PANGUITCH 


UTAH 


STEVEN LVLf HENRIE 


TBEMDNTON 


UTAH 


DALF L HFNRIKSFN 




VA 


SVLVA C HFNHJKSEN 


SALT LAKE CTV)7 


UTAH 


JERRY w MFNflV 


VURA C1TV 


CAL 


HFLFN L HFNRV 


DENVER 


COLO 


KENNETH n HENRV 


ELGIN 


OREG 


THOMAS M HFNRV 


COVINA 


CAL 


nAwN HENSLEV 


KAIKOHF 


N Z 


CHARLES A HENSON 


PROVO 


UTAH 


RICHARD h HENSTROM 


PBOVO 


UTAH 


ALAN M HEPwORTH 


RUPEBT 


IDA 


ABNOLA HFPwORTH 


GROVE R 


WYO 


DIANA HEPWORTH 


ARCADIA 


CAL 


WALOO F HfRWORTH 


GRDVFR 


wvo 


f>IANNE C MFRflERT 




UTAH 




ARLINGTON 


VA 


LYNFTTE HfRLIN 


WQP'JRN 


MASS 


RABBY (i HF9EM 


PORTLAND 


ORE 


CHABLFS L HERVANSEN 


EPHBAI" 


UTAH 


LILIA A HFBNANDF2 


CALEKICO 


CAL 


EVF EM1LV HERNANDEZ 


FRESNO 


CAL 


OAVID A HFRRF 


GLENROCK 




JOHN F HFRR JR 


VISTA 


CAL 


DENNIS G HFRRE 


GLEN ROCK 




FLIAS MERRFRA 


GUATEMALA 1 


C AM 


CHARLES *. hERRIN 


BENTONIA 


MISS 


C'JRIIS LAMAR HERRIN 


PROVO 




GORDON L HERRINC- 


LOGAN 




VILA JEAN HERRIN 






L'NN ERNFST HERRON 


PROVO 


UTAH 


PATRICIA ANN HERRON 


RAKER SFIELD 


CAL 


nORIS G HFSELTON 


UPTON 


MASS 


HORACE EtlGFNE HESSJR 


AShTON 


IDA 


JOHN P HFSS 


BOUNTIFUL 


UTAH 


MICHAEL MES5 


BOISE 


IDA 


lamont l HFSS 


HI 68 V 


IDA 


REX J HESS JR 


MISSOULA 


MONT 


SU7ANNE MiilR HFSS 


SALT LAKE CT* 


UTAH 


JOAN K MFTfB 


ATHfBTON 


CAL 


LORAINF -^for. 


HOLfiROOK 


ARI2 


HILIABV A ..■. *FTT 


DEF'INIAK SPGS 


FLA 


AUSTIN CaRN hFvwOOD 


PROV" 


UTAH 


JACK L HFYWOOD 


LONG BEACH 15 


CAL 


PATRICIA V HEYWOOO 


SALT LAKE CTV 


UTAH 


OtIANF EVAN HIATT 


PAYSON 


UTAH 




ALAMOSA 


COLO 


PAMFLA R»F HIATT 


RENO 


NEV 


ELDEN BICHflRD HIHHARD 


EAST FLV 


NEV 


JANFT RAF "1RFIFRT 


LA GRAND 


OREG 


jO* THflROF H|PBFRT 


SPRINGVILLE 




DONALD C H1CKEN 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


'•LVDF R HlCKFN 


SPANISH FORK 


UTAH 


LIN1A J WKKEN 


RAYMOND ALTA 


CAN 


FIJLFNE ClFr.G HICKFfi 


OREM 


UTAH 


TAThERINF ANN HICKfN 


BAVMOND ALTA 


CAN 


LUCY HICrFN 


HERER 


UTAH 


JAY CVRlL HlCKFN 


MERER CI TV 


UTAH 


LVNNE HICKFN 


SCHENECTADY 


N V 



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RORFRT R Hll 
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KATH1E ELLFN H|r,r,|i 
JUDITH LFF HIGGINS 
JOHN HIGGINS 
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DOBOTHY M HlGGI 



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LAS VFGAS 
BLACKFOOT 
LAS VEi 

ROULOE1 

PROVO 
FLINT 

PROVO 

KENNEWICK 

DENVER 



CIT 



ASH 118. 369 



UTAH 
MICH 
UTAH 
WASH 
COLO 



(ANCV 

OlANA 



RDNNIE C I 
CAROL T H 
CAROLYN J 



FLOVO A Hll 

HOWARD LVDI 
JAMFS R Hll 



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TRENTON 

PBOVO 

PROVO 

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IDAHO FALl 



BURLEV 
BURBANK 
CLEABFIELl 

REKBURG 



ITAH 208. 3*0 



JUDITH K HILL 


HOUSTON 




TEX 


JOHN R HILL 


SHELLEV 




IDA 


LEX1E V HILL 


CAMARULO 




CAL 


LARRY D HILL 


EMMETT 




IDA 


M*BJ0RV hILL 


MONTREAL OUF 


20 


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MA< GLAYnF HILL 


MOSES LAKE 




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MICHAEL R HILL 


LAKESIDE 




CAL 


"AY LFE HILL 


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SANDRA J HILL 


PAYSON 




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PBOVO 




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IM 


FDWARO A H1LLEBV 


MIAMI 


37 


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DOUGLAS nALE HILLMAN 


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CAL 


RONALD COEE HlLLS 


SALT LAKE CITV 


UTA> 


FREDERICK L HILLS 


WEYMOUTH 




MAS 


KATHERINF W HlLLS 


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HfV 


WILLIAM G HILLS 


PROVO 




'FTAf 


DONNA JEANNE HILTON 


ALBUOUEROUE 




N M 


JOSFPH H HILTON JR 


WALNUT CREEK 




r*L 



UTAH 107. 126 



420 



M GENE HINCKLEY 
DOUGLAS P HINDMARSH 
BOREBT WABREN HINDS 



DIANNE HIKtCH 


SALT LAKE 


SUSANNE HINSON 


EL CENTRO 


CHANNING L HINMAN 


OREGON CITY 


HAROLD A H1NTZE 


PROVO 


DARLENE J HIPWELL 


GRANO VIEW 


UNC LARIHE HJPPLE 


DAYTON 


LINDA LEE hIRSCh 


LOS ANGELES 


OELYNN WOwARO HIRSCHE 


TABER ACTA 


RICHARD WARREN MlRSCM 


LUS ANGELES 


JERRY P HIRST 


PLACERVlLLE 


STEvEN NIELSEN H1RSI 


OREM 


JUDITH £ H10ILE 


GLENDAlE 


JANIS ELLEN MlRST 


NO SACRAMENTO 


MARTHA A HITCH 


MARYVllLt 


LAWRENCE GUT Hi ion 


FONTANA 


OARLA JEAN HIX 


SAN MATEO 


SUZANNE HJORTH 


SPRINGV ILLE 


CHUNG JOHNNY MO 5MA0 




WYOMA RANEE HOAGLAND 


MELBA 


LAURA MOBBS 


PALISADES 


LYNN G HODGE 


ALAMO 


MARVA J HODGE 


LOS ANGELES 


IRIS E MODGES 


SMITHFIELD 


CAROL HAT MODGK1NSON 


OREM 


LARRY S HODGKINSON 


VERNAL 


BEVERLY J HODGSON 


OSLO 


CAROL f HODGSON 


LONDON 


COLLEEN J HODGSON 


PAYSON 


Elizabeth a modson 


PROVO 


UILHELM f HOEHNDORF 


ALAMOGORUO 


NADA C HOERNER 


SANTA FE 


NADINE HOEM 


FREMONT 


CLARA H HOERR 


WYANOANCH LI 


MARY J HOFFMAN 


S LAGUNA 




SEATTLE 


NAN S HOFFMAN 


DRAPER 


WALLACE H HOFFMAN 


SALT LAKE CTY 


JANET HOFHEINS 


HEAVER 


GARY * HOGAN 


BURlEy 



JEANETTE b hogdahl 
BARBARA ANN HOGE 
JAMES ROBERT hOGGAN 
NAHftOUD HOGHOUbHI 
ANN B HOGUE 
ROBERT M HOGGE 
RICHARD M HOGGE 
BOYD P HOGLUND 
MEL0O1E ANN HOGLUND 
PAUL MILLER HOKANSON 
BARBEL R MOMLFElO 

devon e mokanson 
Clara l hokoana 
mary lou holbrook 

ODNALD m MOLCOM8 

helen l holcohbe 

merilee holcom8 
OarlEne holdaway 
boyo f holdaway 
boyo f holdaway 

dennis leo holdaway 
don r holdaway 
grant h holdaway 
w richard holdaway 
lee a holden 

SUZANNE M hOLFERT 
GRANDON " HOLGATE 
DOT HOLGATE 
DELBERT J HOLGATE 
BEATRICE A HOLLADAY 
JAMES E HOLLADAY J« 
MARILYN HOLLADAY 
PATRICIA HOLLADAY 
PAMELA J HOLLADAY 
GLENNA M HOLLAND 
SANDRA J HOLLANDER 
VARD BURTON HOLLAND 
BRUCE I 



LOS ANGLLES *9 CAL 



CLARKSBUrfG 


CAL 


AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 


MONTEREY PARK 


CAL 


THAYNE 


WTO 


OSNAURUCK 


GtRM 


BATTLE GXOUND 




MAUI 




SACRAMENTO 


CAL 


SOuThwICi 


MASS 


HOUHH 


LA 




OR EG 


uEwEYVILLt 


UTAH 




UTAH 


PROVO 


UTAH 


OEWEYVILLE 




SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 


RIVERSIDE 


CAL 






GLENDALE 


CAL 


SILVER SPRING 


HD 


ORDERVILLE 


UTAH 


ORDERVILLE 




ORDERVILLE 


UTAH 


■INNLMUCCA 




WlNNEMUCCA 


NEV 




UTAH 




NtV 


SAND 1 EGO 


3 CAL 


POCATELLO 


IDA 


vallEJu 


CAL 



MELVIN 



NEwEl 



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ING 



I DALE 
J MOLLIN6SHEAD 
KERNlT W HOLLINGShEAD 
LEON G HOLLINGSHEAD 
CAROL A HOLLINGShEAQ 
KAY HOLLINGWORTM 
BRENT E HOLLINGWORTH 
ALMY MOLLIS 
EUGENE R HOLMAN 
ROBERT E HOLHAN 
HELEN P HOLMES 
IRENE CLARE HOLMES 
FARRELL E HOLMES 
GLENN IE HOLMES 
JAMES CONRAD HOLMES 
JANET A HOLMES 
LAN A t HOLMES 
JOHN J HOLMES 
XENLEY HOLMES 
JUDY ANN HOLMES 
MARIAN HOLMAN 
MARY B HOLMES 



DAVE J HOLTOM 
EOITH PAIGE HOLT 
IVAN K HOLT 
JANE HOLT 
MERENE HOLT 
STEVE E HOLTOM 
CAROL L HOLTY 
ROSEMARIE HOLZEO 
JOHN R HOMER 
wlLMA LYLE HOMER 
VERNON M HONOA 
EARL LYNN HONE 
ALICE CASTEN HONE 
GEORGE LEE HONE 
BRUCE ALDEN HONEY 

JIMMY L HONEYCUTT 
PATRICIA HONEYCUTT 
SUNG YOUNG S HONG 
A JOHAN B MONEY 
EDWARD C HOOD 
ROBERT WAYNE HOOD 
PAULA KOOGENDOORN 
JUANITA C HOOD 
NINA M hOOlEv 
GERALD RAY HOOPER 
CHAD L HOOPES 
DONNETTA HOOPES 
FRANCIS V HOOPES 
KEITH H HOOPES 
FRANCIS R HOOPES 
DAVID CRAIG HOOPES 
RAYMOND J HOOPES 
KAREN HOOPER 
DENNIS WELLS HOOVER 
JUDY J HOOVER 
RICHARD R HOOVER 
JAMES MARK HOPKIN 
BRUCE HOPKINS 
IHOMAS DAVIO HOPKINS 

NEIL R HOPKINS 
GARY HOPKINSON 
JOHN DOUGLAS HOPPER 
MARY CAROL HOPPINS 
FLOYD KENT MORLACHER 
LLOYD S HORLAChER 
APRIL B HORMAN 
GEORGE KENT HORNE 
HORNE SARA HUGHES 
ROBERT EARL HORNING 
ROGER MARION HORNE 
MARILLA HORNE 



TOPEKA 


KAN 


PANACA 


NbV 


CtNTtSVlLLE 


UTAH 


DtNVEH 


COLO 


DENVER 


COLO 


FlLLMOSE 


UTAH 


PROVO 




DELTA 


UTAH 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


SAN LUIS OBIS 


CAL 


PHOEN IX 


ARIZ 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 


PAYSON 




LAFAYETTE 


CAL 


SHIPROLK 




SPOKANE 


HASH 


OGOEN 


UTAH 


HIGH POINT 


N C 


MONTROSE 


CULO 


HIGH POINT 


N C 


BERKtLtY 


CAL 


SAN DIEGO 


6 CAL 


RIVER TON 


UTAH 


IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 


LAS VEGAS 


NtV 


OAKLEY 


IDA 


OAKLEY 


IDA 


KAMAS 


UTAH 


IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 


PASADENA 


3 CAL 


SALT LAKE 


UTAH 


■HITMEN 


CAL 


AMERICAN FORK 






UTAH 


OGDEN 


UTAH 


PROVO 


UTAH 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 




CAL 


HENDERSDNVILL 


N C 


HENOtRSONVILL 


N C 


DA| KOO SEOUL 


KOR 


PROVO 


UTAH 


PROVO 






CAL 


SACRAMtNTU 


21 CAL 


PITTSBURG 


CAL 


OREM 


UTAH 


S SAN GABRIEL 


CAL 


OREM 


UTAH 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


FAIRVIEW 


WYO 


OREM 


UTAH 


AFTON 


WYO 


OAKLAND 


19 CAL 


AFTON 


MYO 


PRuvO 


UTAH 


PROVO 


UTAH 


PROVO 




HOOOMUFF 


UTAH 



FORT JOLIET 



SALT LAKE CTY 



WILLIAM H MORNING 


ALBANY 


ORE 


BONNIE LEE HORRIGAN 


CASTRO VALLEY 


CAL 


MARVA MAE HORROCKS 


ARCADIA 


UTAH 


DONALD V HORROCKS 


OLACKFOOT 


IDA 


R DwAIN HORROCKS 


DURANGO 


CULO 


HEINZ L HORSTME IER 


PROVO 


UTAH 


JAMES V HORTON 


RICHLAND 


WASH 


JAMES ALAN HORTON 


OMEN 


UTAH 


JOHN hOSMAO CHUNG 






PHILLIP KEITH HOSKINS 






DIANNE J KOTTON 


SANTA DAMBAHA 


CAL 


RICHARD A HOULIHAN 


MlLMETTE 


ILL 


KENT WARNER HOUGLAND 


MAPLE wOOU 


MO 


CATHERINE HOUDLETTE 


PIEP"ONT 


CAL 


ARTHUR E HOOGLANO 


CRESTON 


IUWA 


PAMELA N HOOSSIAN 


CALGARY ALTA 


CAN 


WILLIAM C HOUSSIAN 


CALGARY ALTA 


CAN 


HELEN J HOOSSIAN 


CAMANO ISLAND 




LARRY K hOuSlEy 




IDA 


ANNE DAURIA HOUSTON 


SHERMAN OAKi 


CAL 


BARBARA ANN HOUSTON 


EL CtNTHU 


CAl 


MELPHA MOUTt 


ROOSEVELT 


OTAH 


LAOONNA HOUTZ 


PROVO 


UTAH 


hEIKKI J HOVLANO 


PROVO 




ANJA SUNEVA HOVLAND 


KIRKENtS 


NUR 


DOUGLAS L HOVIK 


MENLO PARK 


CAL 


DAVID STEVEN HOWARD 


ALTADENA 


CAL 


BONNY S HOWARD 


ALTADENA 


CAL 


LEE E HOWARD 


BOISE 


IDA 


ROBERT R HOWARD 


MURRAY 


7 UTAH 


ROGER H HOwARO JR 


NORFOLK 


2 VA 


ROBERT S HOWARD 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


QUILDEN DON HOWARD 


RtOONOO BEACH 


CAL 


PAUL L HOWARD 


TAHOE 


CAL 


RONALD H HOWARO 


RIVERSIDE 


CAL 


GARY N MOWAHTH 


IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 



GRANT C HOWARTH 


PORTLANO 


ORE 


120 


VERONICA A HOWARD 


BELL GARDENS 


CAL 




VIRGIL C HOWF 


ROY 


UTAH 




BETTY R HOWELL 


MCCAMNON 


IDA 


132 


T.WYN M HOWFLL 


8LACKFOOT 


IDA 


126 


JUDITH HOWELL 


LOGAN 


UTAH 




LEO DEAN HOWELL 


POL SON 


MONT 


313 


ORMONn E HOWELL 


MERIDIAN 


IDA 


)TO 


MART R HOWELL 


PROVO 


UTAH 




PATRICIA HOWELL 


EXETER 


CAL 


33* 


DUANE KENT HOWLETT 


DRAPER 


UTAH 




LELAND C mOwlETT 


DRAPER 


UTAH 




CARL L HOVAL 


ELMONTE 


CAL 




SHIRLYN MOYT 


PHOENIX IB 


ARIZ 




CHAK FU HSU 


HAPPY VALLEY 




233 


CHERYL HIJflRARO 


SODA SPRINGS 


IDA 


131 


FRIC R HuRBARD 


DOWNEY 


CAL 




JUDY HUflflARD 


PHOENIX IB 


ARIZ 


332 


MARGENE HUBBARD 


SODA SPRINGS 


IDA 


131. 3A2 


ROBERT BRENT HUBBARD 


SODA SPRINGS 


IDA 




RICHARD KPEEP HUBBELL 


HINSDALE 


ILL 


22*. 266. 


JOE DEAN HUBFR 


HCflER 


UTAH 




CHERRYL JOYCE HU8ER 


YONKERS 


N Y 


IBS, 206. 


CLARE A MUOER 


SACRAMENTO 


CAL 


332 


1RUCE J HUDSON 


EVANSTON 


WYO 




BLAINE £ow|N HuFF 


PROVO 


UTAH 




DUANE J HUFF 


POCATELLO 


IDA 


123. 128 


EDWARD CURTIS huFF 




UTAH 




GARY WAYI AND HIJFF 


SPANISH FORK 


UTAH 




GLORIA hiplL 






1*2 


JOAN K HUFF 


REOLANDS 


CAL 


33* 


JUDITH A MIlFF 


REDLANOS 


CAL 


3*6 


JOHN OOURLAS HUFF 


PAYSON 


UTAH 




KATHLEEN MLtFF 




UTAH 




LEANNE huFF 


IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 




«*ARLIN EMERY HUFF 


SPANISH FORK 






ARDATH KAY HUFFAKER 


VALE 


OR EG 


361 


NORMAN H HIlFFAXER 


VALE 


ORE 




SHARON E HUFFMAN 


MEOFORD 


CAL 




BEVERLEY JUNF HOFFMAN 


PT CLBRN ONT 


CAN 


36S 


CONSTANCF HUFFMAN 


HAWTHORNE 


NEV 


3S9 


CYNTHIA M HUGHES 


LONG BEACH 


CAL 




DONALD L HUGHES 


ALAMEDA 


CAL 


3TO 


EVA MARGUERITE HUGHES 


LOS ANGELES 66 CAL 


315 


OAVID CRAIG HUGHES 


ANNANDAlE 


VA 




nour.LAs yFITh huc-hES 


ANNANDAlE 






FRANCES HUGHFS 


SALT LAKE CTY1 


t UTAH 


332 


JAMFS B HUGHES 


DOUGLAS 


ARIZ 


216. 31* 


JOSFPH P HUGHES 


SPANISH FORK 






MARC R hiiGh£5 


HAMILTON 


MONT 




RICHARD S HOGHFS 


PROVO 


UTAH 




PATRICK t* HIJfXFS 




MONT 




SHARON ANN HUGHES 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


211. 367 


SUSANNE IFF HULPERT 


HE MET 


CAL 


149 


OAVIO » HULL 


PROVO 


UTAH 




GLORIA L HULL 


OGDEN 


UTAH 


219. 2*3. 


LAREE a HULL 


BURLEY 


IDA 


326 


JUDITH HULL 


OUINCY 


WASH 


191. 367 


DAVIO S HULLINGER 


ROOSEVELT 






JOAN K HuLLlNGFR 


TOOELE 


UTAH 


IBS. 326 


SLAINE LAMONT HUL"E 


HAGERMAN 


IDA 






SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 




OEANNE K HULSHOFF 


WHITTIER 


CAL 


122. 126. 


LIN1A ANN HUMRlE 


BQNITm 


CAL 




hELFN hu»PhFRyK 


IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 


12B 


karfn L wUMPhEHYS 


RENO 


NEV 


3 30 


ALFRED R HIlMPMFOYS 


OVID 


IDA 


36T 


HAROLD L hiiMPHFRyS 


SALT LAKE CITY 


UTAH 




EUGFNE R HUMPHRIES 


RUPERT 


IDA 


330 


KENNETH AMOS MunDlEy 


ALBUQUERQUE 






1ONAL0 J HUNDLEY 


ALBUOUEROUE 






GLORUS H HUNNtCUTT 


MESA 


ARIZ 




MICHAEL HUNLFY 


EL SEGUNDO 


CAL 


369 


JOSEPH G HUNN 


LEXINGTON 


MASS 




ISAAC F HUNSAKFR 


SAN ANSELMO 


CAL 




JAY GOLDFN HUNSAKFR 


DENVER 


COLO 


3*8 


BETTY MUNSAKFR 


HONEYVULE 


UTAH 


186. 156 


VERN ADAMS HUNSAKER 


ALHAMRRA 


CAL 




ALLAN REFD HUNT 


ALAMEDA 


CAL 




HARRARA f HUNT 


BAKER 


OREG 


138. 356 


CHRISTINF F HONT 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


338 


CHARLES R HUNT 


GREEN RIVER 


UTAH 


315 


JUDITH A HUNT 


PROVO 


UTAH 




MELVIN L HUNT 


SALT LAKE CTY1 


T UTAH 


105. 31* 


SUSAN HUNT 


SACRAMENTO 21 CAL 




ROBERT LFF HUNT 


BELLEVILLE 




229 


ROChELLE HtINT 


SACRAMENTO 


CAL 




ALISON MUNTEP 


SALT LAKE CTY 




185 


RFTTV LOlt HtlNTFR 


LETHA 


IDA 






LOS ANGELES 


CAL 




DELILAH MARIF HUNTER 


RIRIE 


IDA 




LESLIE HOWARD HUNTER 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 




LINDA HUNTER 


DOWNEY 


CAL 


16*. 188 


L1N1A HUNTER 


PROVO 


UTAH 


130 


NEVIN HUNTER 


SAN DIEGO 


CAL 




PATRICIA JEAN HUNTER 


EL PASO 


TEX 


39* 


RICHARD ALLEN HUNTER 


ARCAOIA 


CAL 


20*. 297 


RITA J HUNTER 


ST ANTHONY 


10A 


212. 313 


RAYMOND YflTH HUNTER 


PROVO 


UTAH 




KENT HALF HUNTSMAN 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 


393 


HOWARD W HUNTSMAN 


PROVO 


UTAH 




LINDA 6 huNTMNGED 


FARMINGTON 




161 


RICMARn I HUNTZINGEH 


AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 




VERLEE HUNTSMAN 


ENTERPRISE 


UTAH 




SALLY LOu HURSH 


DECATUR 


ILL 




E JANNAE HuRLBET 


ANAHEIM 


CAL 




DONALD R HURLEY 


PARMA 


IDA 




JAMAR HUOREN 




IDA 


315 


JOYCE HURST 


OES MOINES 






JAMFS C MURST 


OGDEN 






PAUL JUNIOR HURST 


PAYSON 


UTAH 




GARN «!LI AR HIISKINS'Y 


4 RElBURG 


IDA 




JFAN LFE HUST 


BRIGHAM 


UTAH 




RRENDA LFF HUTCHINGS 


MCGILL 


NEV 


2 26 


CARRARA A HUTCHINGS 


PEARL RIVER 




330 


EDWARD KFNT HUTCHINGS SALT LAKE 


6 UTAH 


396 


G*ylE HUTCHlN&S 


RIVERTON 


UTAH 




GERALOINF HUTCHINGS 


LOGANDAlE 


NEV 




JANET E HUTCHINGS 


GLENSHAW 


PA 


365 


JOAN HUTTMINGS 


REDWOOD CITY 


CAL 


1*2 


MARIANNE HUTCHINGS 


IDAHO FALLS 


IOA 




LARRY T HUTCHINGS 


RIVERTON 


UTAH 




lorfe hutchin&s 


MCGILL 


NEV 


130 


RICHARD HUTCHINGS 


REDWOOD CITY 


CAL 




RONALD R hpITCHINGS 


LEHI 






ROBERT 6 HUTCHINGS 


SACRAMENTO 


CAL 


126 


R01FRICK R HUTCHINS 


FREEDOM 


ME 




NANCY F HUTCHINSON 


EVANSTON 


WYO 


370 


RAY J HUTCHINSON 


HE1ER CITY 


UTAH 


111 


RADA B HUTCHISON 


PROVO 


UTAH 




WALTER D HUTCHISON 


LAGRANDE 


OREG 




JOHN A HUlFORO 


SEATTLE 






CAHriLYN LFF HYATT 


SANTA ANA 


CAL 






SANTA ANA 


CAL 




LINDA HYATT 


SANDY 


UTAH 


316 


GEDRGE HYDF JR 




UTAH 


3*8 


JOVE HYrtER 


FLAT ROCK 


N C 




NDRMA R MYOEMAN 


YUMA 


ARU 


2*9. 11 


HOLLY MYDEN 


NEWPORT BEACH CAL 


15* 


FlE-MING D HYLLESTFC 


RESEDA 


CAL 


19* 


GARY R HYMAS 


OVID 


IDA 




JERRY HYSON 


POMONA 


CAL 


193 


LAYNE LEF HYNEK 


HOUSTON 


TEX 




JOYCE D HYNES 


RESEDA 


CAL 





CAROLE LOU ICE 


PARKERSBURG 


W VA 


DALE F£NTON IMLAY 


BOULDER CITY 


NEV 


KAYE INGFRSOLL 


MODESTO 


CAL 


VERNON B INGHAM 


VALLEJO 


CAL 


ROBERT XFRR TNGLIS 


CALGARY ALTA 


CAN 


JOSEPH lFGRAND INGLES 






r>ILLON K INO'rYF 


SIGURD 


UTAH 


CAROLYN INOUYE 


AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 


SIROOS IPAKTCH1AN 


PROVO 


UTAH 


MUSKAIN S IOBAL 


B W P 




SANOMA IRONS 


NEPHI 




QuRFSHI w IOBAL 




PAKS 


RETTr LOIS 1RVIN 


DOLORES 


COLO 


HOSE MAPIE H IVERSON 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


jA-ES fl IRVINE 


FAIR OAKS 


CAL 


RONALD NEWELL IRVINE 


PROVO 


UTAH 


ELLEN IRVING 


ELIZAVILLE 




OAVIO BERT ISAAC 


SPANISH FORK 


UTAH 


PAMELA ISAACSON 


ST JOHNS 


ARIZ 


KAREN ISAACSON 


PHOENIX 


ARIZ 


DALLAS E ISAKSEN 


CAMPBELL 


CAL 


HENRY L ISAKSEN JR 


LEXINGTON 


MASS 


JOCILE IKON 


CALDWELL 


IDA 


RAIMO J ITKONEN 


hELSINXI 


Ft ML 


TANUHISA ISU7UKI 






HELFN A 1VANSON 


PROVO 


UTAH 


AOYO M IVFRSON 


TOWNSEND 


MONT 


ANDREW C IVERSON 


PROVO 


UTAH 


LOYAL DEF IVERSON 


IMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 


JOSEPH DfVON IVERSON 


PROVO 


UTAH 


LYNDA IVFRSON 


GLEN ellyn 


1LLH 


4LMA RAElDON WIE 


OGOEN 




LEWIS V TVlE 


PROVO 


UTAH 


JOANN IVIF 


N SACRAMENTO 16 CAL 




PROVO 


UTAH 


ANTHONY u IVINS 


LUND 


NEv 


GEORGE EnwARO WORY 


SPANISH FORK 


UTAH 


HANAE IWIASA 


LTHBROGE ALTA 


CAN 



OONALD v jack 
ALBERT " JACK 
JUDITH H JACK 
ALVIN w JACK 
RAYBURN ELMER JACK 
LEROY OAVID JACKLIN 
MARYLAND I JACKLIN 
JUDITH A JACKMAN 
KAROLYN JANE JACKMAN 
JUDY JACKMAN 
ANN JACKSON 
ANN S JACKSON 
BONNIE J JACKSON 
CLARK G JACKSON 
CARL H JACKSON 
CARL W JACKSON 
DONNA KAYE JACKSON 
EARL K JACKSON 
GLORIA J JACKSON 

JERRY I JACKSON 

JOHN N JACKSON 

JUDY JACKSON 

KAREN J JACKSON 

LARRY C JACKSON 

LEON H JACKSON 

LEAH L JACKSON 

LINDA JACKSON 

MYRTLE JACKSON 

PATRICIA JACKSON 

RUSSELL H JACKSON 

ROBERT B JACKSON 

VIVIAN FATE JACKSON 

WILLIAM H JACKSON 

EDWARD G JACOB 

JUDITH ANN JUDD 

JUDITH JACOB 

NAOMI JACOB 

PR1SCILLA JACOB 

SHERRILL J JACOB 

DAVID KENT JACOBS 

GORDON WILLARD JACOBS 
JOHN CARROLL JACOBS 
JERALD R JACOBS 
JENIVEVE JACOBS 
JUDv ANN JACOBS 
KAREN FERN JACOBS 
LINDA JACOBS 
LEO R JACOBS 
LUJEAN JACOBS 
MARGARET A JACOBS 
SUZAN JACOBS 
BETTYLYNNE JACOBSEN 
DONNA K JACOBSEN 
JEANE f JACOBSEN 

gloria j jacobsen 
michael v jacobsen 
paul r jacobsen 
susan a jacobsen 
sandra j jacobsen 
sylvan g jacobsen 
cecil t jacdbson 
bertha e jacobson 
carolyn jacobson 
ellen l jacobson 
joel m jacoues 
■illiam g jacobson 
lynda jakeman 
cec1le james 
clyde r james jr 
Floyd g james 
nancy a james 
larry dean james 
marc i a james 
rex l james 
richard james 
thomas a james 
vivian joanne james 
david g jameson 
lynn a jameson 
robert b jameson 
marilyn jameson 
karen janes 

JILL JANETSKl 

dale arthur jarman 
don burton jarman 
kent c jarman 
arthur l jarman 
myrna jarman 
jane e jaroch 
bettt marie jaroch 
sandra l jarrell 
blaine louis jarvis 
burl elmo jarvis 
donald emer jarvis 
Charles s jarvis 
dixie a jarvis 

HENRY w JARVIS 
FLOYD JARVIS 
HAROLD HUNTER JARVIS 
JUANITA R JARVIS 
KENTAG JARVIS 
MERVIN JARVIS 

I JARVIS 



FARMINGTON 
FARMINGTON 
OEL MAR 

farmington 
farmington 
pleasant gr 
bell garuens 
colo springs 
chandler 

salt lake cty 

LACONIA 
SPRINGVILLE 
SAN LEANDRO 



.YRIA 
EL PASO 
FLAGSTAFF 
PROVO 

SALT LAKE CTY 
BOISE 
OGDEN 
FREMONT 
GRIDLEy 
OGOEN 
OREM 
M10VALE 
PINGREE 
RANDOLPH 
MESA 
PROVO 



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LSD 



PROVO 

LEThBRIDGE AL 

VAN NUYS 

LONG BEACH 

PROVO 

PROVO 

NT PLEASANT 

EM*t£TT 

ONTARIO 

CARLSBAD 

OGOEN 

OGDEN 

PROVO 

ATLANTA 

SEATTLE 



OREM 
ATLANTA 

PROVO 

san diego 

springville 

springville 

san fernando 
blackfoot 
calgary alia 

PROVO 
OREm 

PROVO 



Ruth 



JARv 



RALPH K JARVIS 
RONALD H JARVIS 
wILLtAM HEBER JARVIS 
VERONA S 



LIHEH 



01 



JEFFER1ES 
BRUCE M JEFFERIES 
RONDO NELDEN JEFFER1 
ARlEN D JENKINS 
CHARLES E JENKINS 
EMRON TALBOT JENKIN: 
JANET KAREN JENKINS 
LAWRENCE w JENKINS 

LYNETTE JENKINS 
MARTHA E JENKINS 
MARILYN JENKINS 
RONDA H JENKINS 
ROBED 



INS 



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, sue jenkins 
sherrel don jenks 
tom Ellis jenness 
carole l jenks 
mansfield l jennings 
marna k jennings 
virginia jense 
annette a jensen 
anne jensen 
barbara l jensen 
barbara l jensen 
carol w jensen 
carl l jensen 
carolyn m jensen 
carma jensen 
clarence g jensen 
don Clifford jensen 
oon bee jensen 
don c jensen 
dona i jensen 
douglas v jensen 
doris a jensen 
earl richard jensen 

EILEEN A JENSEN 
EOWIN RUSSELL JENSEN 
ELIZABETH A JENSEN 
ELTON WAYNE JENSEN 
ERMA L JENSEN 
FRANKLIN C JENSEN 
GARY L JENSEN 
GARY OLEEN JENSEN 
GAYLE ALENE JENSEN 
GERALD L JENSEN 
GEORGE D JENSEN 
GORDON KAY JENSEN 
HAROLD F JENSEN 
HELEN KAY JENSEN 
ILENE RUTH JENSEN 
JAMES C JENSEN 
JAMES R JENSEN 
GERALO L JENSEN 
JERRILYNN k JENSEN 
JULIA A JENSEN 
JERRY L JENSEN 
JOHN S JENSEN 
JULIE S JENSEN 
KAREN L JENSEN 
KARLA J JENSEN 
KAREN JENSEN 
KATHLEEN JENSEN 
KEITH VERL JENSEN 
KRISTIN K JENSEN 
KENNETH L JENSEN 
LINDA H JENSEN 
LlNDA E JENSEN 

marilyn jensen 
mary see jensen 
mary k jensen 
mAiine Ellen jensen 
max harmon jensen 
mai harold jensen 



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CTY 



■UROAN 
LOS ANGELES 
SODA SPRINGS 
SALT LAKE 

PHOENIX 



SYRACUSE 
PROVO 
PROVO 
LANSING 
GREAT FALLS 
SAN DIEGO 
BERKELEY 
BERKELEY 
COMPTON 
OREM 
TRENTON 
TRENTON 
N LAS VEGAS 
MESA 

ST JOHNS 
PROVO 

LOS ALAMOS 
JOHNS 



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PROVO 

EDMONTUN ALIA 

PROVO 

TEHERAN 

GRAHTSVILLE 

SAN LUIS OBIS 

SPRINGVILLE 

PENDLETON 

OGDEN 

PENDLETON 

PENDLEION 

FREEDOM 

A P O 1 9 

SANDY 

PROVO 

PROVO 

R1GBY 

JEROME 

POCATELLO 

PROVO 

SAN JOSE 

ST GEORGE 

MYRTLE BEACH 

PL GROVE 

EMERY 

SUNN YS IDE 



ARIZ 
ARIZ 
ARIZ 
TEX 
ARIZ 

ARI2 



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MONROE 

BYRON 

PROVO 

SAL! LAKE CI 

PROVO 

palos verde: 
overlano pa( 

gibsonbumg 



LOGANALE 

GUNNISON 

ADMIRE 

BYRON 

LAS VEGAS 

SACRAMENTO 

OGDEN 



SAN LORENZO 



LAS VEGAS 
BYRON 
SAN DIEGO 
CARDSTON ALTA 
PROVO 

si an wood 
canoga park 

0*11**0 4 
SAN BERNARDIN 
ICAN FORK 



PORTLAND 



SQUIRREL 
SPOKANE 
SALT LAKE CT' 

NEPHI 

■OOOLANO H1LI 
RICHFIELO 



tTAH 191. IT* 



421 



-■< * JENSEN 

MICHAEL CFITH JFNSFN 
MICHAEL It JENSFN 
NIEl GERALD JENSEN 
im* C JENSEN 
NYHAN JENSEN 
PAUL fl JENSEN 
PFTEB JENSEN 
BETA lORFFN JFNSFN 
JENSFN 



KICK 



, JENS* 



' JENSEN 

-■ -..*-t. JENSFN 

BONER T j JENSEN 

ROBERT B JENSEN 

BONALP S JFNSEN 

BONALD G JENSEN 

'.Nrm.il 1 JENSEN 

SMIAL ELVlN JENSEN 

CV"»* JFNSEN 

SUSAN JENSFN 

WARREN C JENSEN JB 

7ELMA JENSEN 
WINSTON Mf«Ar JFNSFN 
CROvEB E JENSON 
NANCY A JENSON 
MARILYN -.til- JENSON 
JACK & JFO 
LINDA GAVlF JCPPSEN 
LINDA R jfPPSEN 
NANCY JEPPSEN 
OAvID W jFPPSON 
LEE R JEPPSON JR 
MABILVN JFPPSON 
LOLA E JFPStN 
TERRY C JEPSEN 
■ALLE JEROENSEN 
LVNNE JEROENSEN 
DORIS J jFSPEflSON 
JOANN REST JF5FN 
STFPMEN P JESSF 
CALVIN WILLIAM JEWELL 
•FVFRLT P JEI 
IRENE JE» 
JOHN AMHON JEt 
LANEEOA N JEM 
LOUIS I Jf< 
RODNEY - JF« 
NARv A JflHANNESEN 
GEORGE > JOKANNESEN 
GERALD A jOHANSEN 
DONNA J jOHANSEN 
CARL RAT JOHANSFN 
HAB1LTN JOHANSEN 



DESFREI 

ASTORIA 

OGOEN 

MAPLE TON 

AURORA 

BRIGHAN CITY 

LOGANOALE 

RICHLAND 

SANTA ROSA 

HELHONT 

NEPHI 

ARCAOIA 

IOAHO FALLS 

SAN "ATEO 

EL SFOUNDO 

SPANISH FORK 

HONTPELIER 

LAS VEGAS 

SPRINGVILLE 

MESA 

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MESA 

delta 

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GLENDORA 

SANO» 

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BR I OH AH CITY 

BRIGHAN 

BRIGHAN CI TV 

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St ANTHONY 
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GUNTERSVILLE 

SPANISH FORK 

ORE* 

PROvO 

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KALAMAIOO 

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HARCIA K JOHANSON 
EDWARD CHARLFS JOHN 
BEVERLY l JOhNsEN 
JO ANN JOHNS 
LORFTTA *NN JOHNS 
ROHERT N JOHNS 
NARY K JOHNS 
ALICE BETH JOHNSON 
ALTON F JOHNSON 
ARCHIE D JOHNSON 
1 AOO Y L E BOY JOHNSON 
NARBARA t JOHNSON 
RETh johnson 
betsy johnson 

REvEflLY V JOHNSON 

royo r johnson 
carl mauri t7 johnson 
carol m johnson 
carolyn f johnson 
carolyn l johnson 
charlene gave johnson 
charlottf j johnson 
Clara lovIsa johnson 
clare s johnson 
craig v johnson 
connie johnson 

COLLEEN r*Y JOHNSON 

daniel von johnson 
oavid er|c johnson 
oagnt johnson 
oavid c johnson 
oavid walter johnson 
oavid charles johnson 
oenni s johnson 
dean r johnson 
oeverl h johnson 
00* b johnson 
oonalo k johnson 
oonalo c johnson 
dorothy h johnson 
douglas a johnson 
duane johnson 
fleanor johnson 
elizabeth a johnson 
Elizabeth o johnson 
florence i johnson 
frances f johnson 
frederick i johnson 

GFNlEL JOHNSON 
GEVERN J JOHNSON 
GEORGE T JOHNSON 



FORO 



SALT LAKE CT 

NUCLA 

PHOENIl 

SANTA cru; 

F NCI NO 

SAN GABRIEL 

MONTGOMERY 



SALT LAKE 
VERNAL 
OVERTON 
L I NOON 
MONT I CELLO 



SALT LAKE CT 
BERKELEY 
NT PLEASANT 

ATHEHTON 



TRACY 

SALT LAKE 

IDAHO FALLS 

PROVO 

PROVO 

SMOWLOW 

PRESTON 

SAN FRANCISCf 

CLEVELAND 



RICHFIELD 
ROCKFORD 
PROvO 

TOOELE 
FILLMORE 
REDWOOD CITY 
SPRMGVILLE 



IREM 
PROVO 



MY TON 
TRACY 

ORLANDO 
RANGE Lv 



COLO 360 



UTAH 23T, 318 



GILOA LOUISE JOHNSON 


PROVO 


UTAH 


GLORIA J E JOHNSON 


INGLEWOOD 


CAl 


GORDON S JOHNSON 


8ETHESDA 


MO 


GBOvES V JOHNSON 


9L0OMFIEL0 




HARRY R JOHNSON 


P.ERKELEY 


CAL 


mVRiim BENNETT JOHNSON 


HOLDEN 


UTAH 


HUGH L JOHNSON 


AIijsa 


CAL 


IVY H JOHNSON 


FARMINGTON 




JAMFS H jOhNSON 


BEOwOOO CITY 


CAL 


JAMFS KA» JOHNSON 


INGlFwOOD 


CAL 


JANICE ANN JOHNSON 


OGOEN 


UTAH 


JANfT C JOHNSON 


OBE" 


UTAH 


jANFT MARC 1 A JOHNSON 


PHOE N 1 1 


ARII 


JANFT ANN JOHNSON 




IDA 


JERRY ALBERT JOHNSON 


CLEARFIELD 


UTAH 


JFNAE JOHNSON 


RIVFRTON 


UTAH 


JERALD A JOHNSON 


SPOKANE 


WASH 


JESSE K JOHNSON 


LOS ANGELES 


CAL 


JENS JOHNSON 






JOANN L JOHNSON 


LAS VEGAS 


NEV 


JOAN L JOHNSON 


MILWAUKEE 


WIS 


JOHN • JOHNSON JR 


COPPER TON 


UTAH 


( JOHN JOHNSON 


SPANISH FORK 


UTAH 


JUNE E JOHNSON 


■Earns 


UTAH 


JUOITH OAGNY JOHNSON 


OAKLAND 




JUOv LYNN JOHNSON 


LOS ANGELES 


B CAL 


JUOV JOHNSON 


SPANISH FORK 


UTAH 


KARFN L JOHNSON 


SPBIN&VILLE 


UTAH 


KAREN JOHNSON 


SANTA BOSA 


CAL 


KAtHLENE K JOHNSON 


MOAB 


UTAH 


LAURA L JOHNSON 


LOVELL 


WTO 


LARRY L JOHNSON 


LOS ANGELES 


CAL 


LAVELL R JOHNSON 


SALT LAKE CTv 




LINOA Ltf JOHNSON 


LONG REACH 


CAL 


LINDA JOHNSON 


MIOvALE 


UTAH 


LINDA K JOHNSON 


GLENOALE 


CAL 


LLOvO NATHAN jomN'.ON 


SALT LAKE CTV 


UTAH 


L <..'»,' B JOHNSON 


OROVILLE 


CAL 


LYLF D JOHNSON 


SHOW LOW 


ARII 


MARILYN V JOHNSON 


LAS VEGAS 


NEV 


MARSHA A JOHNSON 


ALTAOENA 


CAL 


"ARLYS J JOHNSON 


HARLEM 


MONT 


MARY J JOHNSON 


GRANTS VILLF 


UTAH 


MARY S JOHNSON 


CLOVIS 


CAL 


MERRILL I JOHNSON 


DELTA 


UTAH 


NANCY F JOHNSON 




WASH 


NANCY I JOHNSON 


PROVO 


UTAH 


NANCY J JOHNSON 


SALT LAKE CTV 


T UTAH 


NED L JOHNSON 


PLEASANT GR 


UTAH 


ORLENE CAROL JOHNSON 


SALT LAKE CTV 


UTAH 


PAUL H JOHNSON 


ORLANO 


CAL 


PAUL S JOHNSON 


SPANISH FORK 


UTAH 


PENNY JOHNSON 


PROVO 


UTAH 


PHYLLIS JOHNSON 


TOOELE 


UTAH 


RAF JOHNSON 


LAVTON 




RALPH K JOHNSON 


SALT LAKE CTV 


UTAH 


RAY F JOHNSON 


LOS ANGELES 


CAL 


RICHARD * JOHNSON 


RUPERT 


IDA 


RITA M JOHNSON 


Chihuahua 


ME I 


RICHARD r JOHNSON 


MERIDIAN 


IDA 


HOBFRT M JOHNSON 


ROCK FOB 


ILL 


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SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 


ROONEY L JOHNSON 


BALDWIN PK 


CAL 


ROYLE E JOHNSON 


PLEASANT GR 


UTAH 


SEvERIN v JOHNSON 


BLACKFOOT 


IDA 


SANDRA JOHNSON 






SANDRA OlIvlA JOHNSON 


MAVwOOO 


CAL 


SFVRIN JOHNSON 






SHARON JOHNSON 


OUGWAY 




SHEBRIE JOHNSON 


WOOOLND HILLS 


CAL 


SHARLENE JOHNSON 


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SHARON F JOHNSON 


COL TON 


CAL 


SHEILA K JOHNSON 


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UTAH 


SHIRLEY H JOHNSON 


PROvO 


UTAH 


SHIRLEY RCNAE JOHNSON 


LEHI 


UTAH 


THOMAS s JOHNSON 


PRICE 


UTAH 


TRELVA A JOHNSON 


MABYSVILLE 


CAL 


TONY DELHIN JOHNSON 


PHOFN 1 1 


ARII 


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OREM 


UTAH 


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IDA 


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FIRTH 


IDA 


WALLACE rARL JOHNSON 






WILLIAM A JOHNSON 


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FRANCES J S JOHNSTON 
JACKIE LEE JOHNSTUN 
DIANA JOHNSTON 
FBANC1S W JOHNSTONE 
DIANE >. JOHNSTUM 
R B JOHSTONEAUK JR 
WILLIAM J JOHNSTON 
ARBEN KIRKHAN JOLLEV 
BOVO M JOLLEV 
OONNA J JOLLEV 
JOAN JOLLEV 
JOYCE JOLLEV 
JOY A JOLLEV 
LINDA HAE JOLLEV 
ROBERT K JOLLEV 
SOLVEIG J JONASSEN 
ALONIO H JONES 
ANDREA S JONES 
BARBARA A JONES 
BRIAN ERIK JONES 
CAROLYN R JONES 
CAROLE A JONES 
CAROL ANN JONES 
CLAURE JONES 
COLLEEN JONES 



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UTAH 


DODGE CITY 




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CAL 


PROVO 


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PORTLAND 


ORE 


CHARLESTON 


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IDA 


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UTAH 


PROVO 


UTAH 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


STOTTSDALE 


ARIZ 


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ARII 


OREM 




L05 ALIOS 


CAL 


HURLEY 




N SACRAMENTO 


CAL 


LOS ANGELES 


1 CAL 


culver city 


CAL 


BOUNT IFUL 


UTAH 


VAN NUVS 


CAL 


WALNUT CREEK 


CAL 



CORDIA ERVNNE JONES 


RICHLANO 


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MS 




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KIRTLAND 


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3*3 




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VAN NUVS 


CAL 


338 




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UTAH 






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BYRON 


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NEWHALL 


CAL 






DAWN A JONES 


SAN 6ERNARDIN 


CAL 


356 


3»8 


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CAMANO ISLAND 


WASH 






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NUCLA 


COLO 


HZ 


336 


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BOISE 


IDA 






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SALT LAKE CTV 


UTAH 


IM 


336 


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PALO ALIO 


CAL 


3S6 




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PROVO 


UTAH 






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MALAO 


IDA 


3)6 




FLOYD A JONES 




UTAH 


332 




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DGDEN 


UTAH 






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VISALIA 


CAL 


Sll 




J STEPHEN JONES 


PROVO 


UTAH 






JACK W JONES 


PORTLAND 


ORE 


912 




JAMES J JONES JR 


HONOLULU 








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OXNUtO 


CAL 






JANICE M JONES 


PLEASANT GR 


UlAH 


313 




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SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 






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SALT LACE CTY 


UlAH 


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SUNNVSIDE 




336 




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CEDAR CITY 


UTAH 


3SA 




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PROVO 


UTAH 






JOSEPH DEAN JONES 


SPANISH FORK 


UTAH 






JUANITA F JONES 


PROVO 


UTAH 


22fl. 


396 


JUDITH ANN JONES 


IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 


3T6 




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BICO 


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936 


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LAS VEGAS 


NEV 


131. 


396 


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PROVO 


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ISA 




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IOAHO FALLS 


IDA 


191 • 


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185 




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CAL 


3*3 




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PROVO 


UTAH 






LLOYD ■ JONES 


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UlAH 


233 




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WTO 


332 




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VA 


131* 


326 


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360 


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UlAH 






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PORTLAND 25 ORE 


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UTAH 


18*i 


323 


NANCY JONES 


SALT LAKE CTV 


UTAH 


313 




PATRICIA L JONES 


NURTHRIDGE 


CAL 


168 • 


956 


BAEOENE JONES 


PAUL 


IDA 


325 




RALPH CLIFFOBD JONES 


MONROE 


UTAH 






RANDY JONES 






180 




RICHARD THOMAS JONES 


PROVO 


UTAH 






RICHARD CARLOSS JONES 


MLRIOIAN 


IDA 


389 




ROBERT PAUL JONES 


pleasant or 


UTAH 






RONALD JONES 


PROVO 


UTAH 


332 




ROBERT N JONES 


LARAMIE 


WYO 






ROBERT ALLEN JONES 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


358 




SAMUEL E 6 JONES 


WEST CUVINA 


CAL 






SHIRLEY JONES 


OENVER 


COLO 






STEVEN K JONES 


MERIOIAN 


IDA 


125 




SONJA ANNE JONES 


IOAHO FALLS 


IDA 






VALORIE F JONES 


SAN CARLOS 


CAL 


323 




WARREN R JONES 


SAN ANSEL MO 


CAL 






w STANLEY JONES 


ONE SHAM 


ORE 






WILLIAM C JONES 


CEDAR CITY 


UTAH 






WILLIAM K JOLLEV 


PROVO 


UTAH 






MARCIA GAEL JONKEY 


GLENOALt 


CAL 


373 




GERALD S JORDAN 


COUNT IFUL 


UTAH 


33* 




DENNIS ALFRED JORDAN 


PLEASANT HILL 


CAL 






BILL1E LEE JORDAN 


ODESSA 


TEH 


373 




K 1 M L JORDAN 


1MBLER 


ORE 






RICHARD MABV1E JORDAN 


HOL8R0OK 


ARII 


343 




DIANE C JOBGENSEN 


MI PLEASANT 


UTAH 


218. 


332 


ELMER C JORGENSEN 


PROVO 


UTAH 


319 




ELEANOR JORGENSEN 






213 




JOHN DAWSON JORGENSEN 










NEWEL M JORGENSEN 


MOSES LAKE 


WASH 






NORMAN & JORGENSEN 


RIGBY 


IDA 


373 




ROSALIE JORGENSEN 


American fork 




930 




DAN CHARLES JORGENSLN 


MIOVALE 


UTAH 


365 




MARY A JORGENSON 


KAVSVILLt 


UlAH 


353 




1RVIN f JOSE 


PAGUATE 


N M 


325 




JAMES N JORV JR 


MANHATTAN SCH 


CAL 


330 




VALERIE A JORGENSON 




CAL 


369 




THOMAS H JOSEPH 


LONE PINE 


CAL 






JOHN C JOSEPHSON 


SALT LAKE CTV 


UTAH 






MARGUERITE JOST 


KANKAKEE 


ILL 


128* 




VIOLET JOST 


KANKAKEE 


ILL 






CHARLENE A JOYCE 


LANCASTER 


CAL 


330 




JUANITA LOUISE JOY 


MALTA 


MONT 






CAROL D JUDD 


SAN DIEGO 1* 


CAL 


.'AH. 


313 


COLLEEN JUDD 


WEISER 


IDA 


325 




DAVIO JUDO 


RIVERSIDE 


CAL 






DAVID THOMAS JUDO 


TACOMA 


WASH 


933 




IRA MAHONRI JUDD 


PLEASANT GR 


UTAH 






FRANK FULLER JUDD 


LOS ANGELES 


CAL 






JAMES A JUDD 


RIVERSIDE 


CAL 


332 




JOAN JUDD 


CH|H 


NEK 


353 




JULIETTE JUOO 


SALT LAKE CIV 


UTAH 


325 




MURIEL JUOD 


PROVO 


UlAH 






MYLES ALBERT JUDO 


AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 


201* 


233* 


RONALD MARTIN JUOO 


CANAB 


UTAH 


204* 


602 


WILLIAM P JUOO 


OREM 


UTAH 






DOROTHY JUOV 


IDAHO FALLS 


IUA 


373 




CAROL A JUMASI 


AKRON i 


OHIO 


311 




JUNE PEARL JUESCHKE 


MILWAUKEE 


WIS 






ARTHUR F JUESCHKE 


MILWAUKEE 








DONALD B JULANDER 


PROVO 


UTAH 


397 




ALAN MORRIS JUSTESEN 


PROVO 


UTAH 






BlLLIE D JUSTESEN 


ORANGEVlLlE 


UTAH 






DORIAN B JUSTICE 


HAWTHORNE 


CAL 


363 





K 



wAVNE C KAESCHE 


ROLLING HILL 


ERNEST P KADEL 


ARLINGTON 


SAMUEL K KAHELE 


HAUULA 


SHIRLEY J KACHEL 


PORHAND 


JENSEN ■ KAAA 


CHICAGO 


JACQUELINE ANN KAISER 


LONG BEACH 


JAMES I KAKI) 


HlLO 


DAN E KALLAS 


OREM 


vErna h kalama 


HONOLULU 


SAMUEL K KALAMA 


HONOLULU 


melvin m kalama jr 


HONOLULU 


JacouElIne a kalama 


PROVO 


CHI KIT KAN 


YAU YATCHUEN 


SIN Y£E KAN 


TAU YATCHUEN 


ALAN N KANASE 


WESTMINSTER 


KENNETH A KANENWISHER 


OlHELLO 


IADEH SALEH KARDOUNI 


ARWAI 


ROBERT KARLINSEv 


TACOMA 


KENNETH W KARREN 


PROVO 


CLEAD B KARREN 


KENNEwKK 


CLAUDIA KARREN 


SALT LAKE 


JAV 8 KARREN 


VERNAL 


GAEL MARIE KARTCHNER 


(KIUNT [FUL 


ERNEST LEE KARTCHNER 


NEW PLYMOUTH 


LINDA KARTCHNER 


PROVO 


JOHN t KARTCHNER 


BLANOING 


MARY JO KATON* 


ENCINO 


SUMIE PEGGY S KATSUOA 


PROVO 


HAROLD E KALLMANN 


MCLEAN 




HANALUL1 


SETSUO KAWAMARA 


PROVO 


CHARLES D CAY 


PROVO 


GLENN KAY 




SANORA LEE CAT 


RESEDA 


SUELLEN KAY 


PROVO 


Russell reio kearl 


CAROSIUN ALTA 


ANNETTE K KEALA 


PROVO 


JOHN S KEARL 


SAN ANTONIO 


WAVNE KEARNEY 


IDAHO FALLS 


SUSAN A KE0DING1ON 


SALT LAKE CTV 


REBA K KEEL 


PROVO 


IELMA L KEEL 


ALBUQUERQUE 


BEBA L KEELE 


PRICE 


THOMAS N KEELE 


OLANOING 


SHERON L KEELE 


PAVSON 



WASH 376 



CATHERINE M KEELER 


PROVO 


UTAH 


NORMA L KEELER 


MARGARTA ALTA 


CAN 


LARRY H KELLER 


COLUMBIA FALL 


MONT 


KARL F KFELER 


MAGRATH ALTA 


CAN 


MARI KEELER 






CAROLE J KFENAN 


SAN DIEGO 


CAL 


KAREN L KFFSLAR 


SPRINGFIELD 


ILL 


WAYNE PENROD KEITH 


PROVO 


UTAH 


DENNIS W KFLDSEN 


EMMET T 


IDA 


REVFRLY A KELLER 


PRICE 


UTAH 


FLIFABETh K KFLLER E 


EL CERBETO 


CAL 


GLFNN RIOGFS «ELLER 


OGOEN 


UTAH 


MYRNA L KELLER 


LAS VEGAS 


NEV 


RICNARO T KELLER 


CITRUS HEIGHT 


CAL 


MARION V KELLER 


SALT LAKE CTV 




KARlENE R KELLEV 


BURRANK 


CAL 


DENNIS 1 KELLOGG 


BARSTOW 


CAL 


SANDRA V KELLEV 


SAN FERNANDO 


CAL 




BLACKFOOT 


IDA 


GEORGE SPAFFORD KELL 


OREM 




LAflRY ADRIAN KELLY 


EL SEGUNOO 


CAL 


JOLVNN CFLLV 


RENO 


NEV 


PATRICIA ANN KELLY 


RENO 


NEV 


NANCY KELLY 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


OWEN J KFLLV 


PHOCNIR 


ARII 


PAUL HAMILTON KELLY 


BLACKFOOT 


IDA 


ROBERT HOWARO KELLY 






JEO L KELSON 


PBOvO 


UTAH 


ROBERT W cELSHAw 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 


PATRICIA ANN KELSEY 


SALT LAKE Cin 


UTAH 


JAMES HARRV KELSON 


NEPHI 


UTAH 


IRENE K KfMP 


OGOEN 


UTAH 


JANFT f VEMMFR 


LAFAYETTE 


INO 


JOHN FRAhJCIS KEMP 


GREEN RIVFR 


WVO 


MARY LOU KEMMERFB 


HUMBOLDT 




CHARLES KEMPTON 


El MONTE 


CAL 


JAMFS DAVIO KENDALL 


SAN JOSE 


CAL 


KENNETH L KENITIER 


HAGERMAN 


IDA 


LVNN T CFNISON 


PBOVO 


UTAH 


LYNN G KFNLEV 


WENDOVEB 


UTAH 


LUCILLE F KENNEY 


LAS VEGAS 


NEV 


GLENN ALAN KENNEDY 


OLYMPIA 


WASH 


JOHN H KFNNEOY 


PASADENA 




KENNETH M KENNEDY 


EL CERRITO 


CAL 


DIANA KENNFOY 


WALLA WALLA 


WASH 


KAREN LEF KENNEDY 


STAMFORD 


CONN 


WARREN K|RT KENNEDY 


SAN FERNANDO 


CAL 


PATRICIA L KENNEDY 


EVANSTON 


ILL 


jOSFPH P cENNFLLV 


TORRINGTON 




MICHAEL J KENNFLLY 


CULVER CITY 


CAL 


ALAN ADAMS KENNFv 


BOUNTIFUL 


UTAH 


KAVE F KENNEY 




UTAH 


NORMA L rENNEv 






CONNIE L KENT 


LAS VEGAS 


NEV 


SYDNEY M KENT 


SPRING VALLEY 


CAL 


HERALD KEOwN 


C0BTE7 


COLO 


SHARON MARIE KENT 


MANTECA 


CAL 


CHRISTINF E KENT 


CEDABHURST 




KATHLEEN FLAINE KENT 


PROVO 


UTAH 


NORMAN H KENT 


MANTECA 


CAL 


ROBERT P KFNYON 


LORAIN 


OHIO 


MABy E CFNT 




IDA 


CAROLYN KFRBY 


FARMINGTON 




JOHN W H KFR 


SCOTIA 




RANELL KERN 


KEAMETH FALLS 


OBE 


Flv* B kfrr 


PRESTON 


IDA 


MELVIN E KESSINGFR 


HEvBURN 


IDA 


LOUISE M kESTER 


SANTAOUIN 


UTAH 


KAThERINF KESLER 


BLACKFOOT 


IDA 


BETTY PATRICIA KEVIN 


NEWPORT BEACH 


CAL 


MARY C KPVSOR 


BURBANK 


CAL 


JOHN WILLIAM KEvES JR 


TORRANCE 


CAL 


SARAH JO KFVWOHTH 


ONTARIO 


CAL 


RONNIE » K IEFFER 


HAWTHORNE 


CAL 


PATRICIA ANN KIEFFER 


GLOBE 


ARII 


CALVIN C KIEFFER 


HAWTHORNE 


CAL 


TERRY KlHOLM 


BAKERSFIElD 


CAL 


RICHARD J KlLOAV 


RIVERSIDE 


CAL 


COLBETH KlLLIP 


PI TTSFORO 




SALLIE A KlLLIP 


ARVAD1 


COLO 


PATSY KlLLIAN 


ROOSEVELT 


UTAH 


LYNN W KILLPACK 


PROVO 




JOANN rlLSBY 


HONOLULU 




RUTH M KILVlNGTON 


WAVCROSS 


fiA 


RRI AN D r ILSTROM 


SEATTLE IS WASH 


VICIl KILLPACK 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 


WESTON F K ILLPACK 


PROVO 


UTAH 


H I YOUNG K 1 M 


SEOUL 


KORE 


IN SlL K|M 


SEOUL 


KORE 


CLAUDIA G i IMflALL 


F1LLM0RF 


UTAH 


CR07IFR R KIMBALL SR 


PROVO 


UTAH 


CR07IER K |MN»LL JB 


PROVO 


UTAH 


GH1FFI TH LYN KIMBALL 






JOAN KIMBALL 


ROCK SPRINGS 




JAMFS L KIMBALL JR 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


LA RAVNE I IMBALL 


WEST COVINA 


CAL 


KIMBALL LINDA ANN 






LARRY RORFRT KIMBALL 


PROVO 


UTAH 


PATRICIA KIMBALL 


MCLEAN 




JAMES RORERT KIMMEL 


SACRAMENTO 


CAL 


BRUCE W KlMIEV 


WORLANO 


WYO 


L YNFTTE F KIMMEL 


COSTAMES* 


CAL 


RALPH TED KlNCMLOF JR 


PROvO 


UTAH 


KENT L KINORED 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 


Evan l kindred 




CAL 


CARL L KING 


BURBANK 


CAL 


GAvlCE l KING 


LAS VEGAS 


NEV 


JANFTH KING 


OGDEN 




KAY F KING 


PROvO 


UTAH 


LESLIE R KING JR 


PROvO 


UTAH 


LARRY R KING 


PROvO 




HARDEN R K ING 


BURBANK 


CAL 


PRESTON L KING 


NY5SA 


ORE 


NORENE RFNFE KING 


fltVERTON 




ROV L KING 


TEMPE 


ARII 


SHARON KING 




CAL 


WAYNE ALLAN KING 


PROvO 




WILLIAM OFAN KING 


MOOBE 


IDA 


CLIVE J KINGHORN 


RIGBY 


IRA 


STFLl* J K INKEADE 


Ellfnsrurc, 


WASH 


DONALD E KlNOSOLVER 


HEllFLOWER 


CAL 


BERENICE KINNAIRO 


CLEETHORPES 


ENG 


SHABAL K . INSLOW 


PASADENA 


TEK 


PATBICK R KINYON 


LAS VEGAS 


NEV 


JUDITH E KIR9Y 


•ALISPELL 


MONT 




DETROIT 


MICH 


flainf kibk 


mi ovale 


UTAH 


GLENN BAv KIRC 


AMERICAN FOBK 


UTAH 


L INDA G KIRC 


MURRAY T 


UTAH 








JAMFS L KIRK 


EAST ELT 


NEV 


JAMES E KIRK 


PROVO 




JAMES LOTT KIRKHAM 


BLACKFOOT 


IDA 


MATTA L VIRKHAM 


LOS ANGELES A) 


CAL 


Claudia virkland 


CENTERVILLE 




FLOISE D kIRkman 


OREM 


UTAH 


CONSTANCF KIRKMAN 


NAMPA 




JANFT F YIBKMAN 


OREM 


UTAH 


SALLY ANN . IRKMAN 


OREM 




f.BETCHEN SUE KIRSCH 


SANTA MONICA 


CAL 


JEAALD KISSEF 


YUBA CI TV 


CAL 


ANAOEANE V KISER 


CMIILA VISTA 


CAL 


ABOFN GBANT KITCHEN 


SPANISH FORK 


UTAH 


DAROELL B Kl TChFN 


OREM 


UTAH 


FRED R KITCHEN 


OREM 




CAROL F [|TChEN 


SALT LAKE CTY 




NORMAN R Kl TCHEN 


AMERICAN FORK 




MARGARET A KITCHEN 


NAMP* 


IDA 


7ISSIS C KITRAS 


PROVO 


UTAH 


TRENT P rlTLEV 


BURlEy 


IDA 



9*, 93, 373 



GEOBGE EOWARn KLANO 
SIGRID MaRTA KLFIN 
KLFMM DAVID LEROY 
LAWRENCE OAVID KlFNK 
DAVIO LEflOV KLEMM 
JUOV L M KLINEFELTER 
LINGLER 
E KLiNGLER 



LARRY 
LINDA 



WEST JORDAN 



REXBURG 
KALI SPELL 

LAC.RANDE 



422 



KLAUS KNlPP 


<"HICAGO 


WAVNE H KNECHT 


SHOfiT HILLS 


PETER KNFCHT 




DARRELL OSWELL KNIGHT 


PROVO 


GLORIA KNIGHT 


MESA 


GARY NOEL KNIGHT 


SEATTLE 


jEFfery p knight 


SALT LAKE CT 


PHILIP B KNIGHT 




BONALO A KNIGHT 


PROvO 


RICHARD FAOL KNIGHT 


RBIGHAM CITY 


LEOLA KNIGHTON 


SALT LAKE CT 


RONALD LFWIS KNIGHTON 


SALT LAKE CT 


LENNTS M KNIGhTON 


SALT LAKE CI 


RAElINE I KNOK 


WEST COVINA 


PAUL ALRFHT KNOBLAUCH 


HAWTHORNE 


BICHARD J KNOTT 


TIJERAS 


SU7ANNE KNOWLDEN 


BLOOMFIELO H 


CLAUDIA CNOBElSOORF 




MARY L KNOX 


WOODLAND HlL 


PATRICIA KNOWLTON 


NAPA 


BENNY L (NUDSEN 


PROVO 


DENNIS V CNUDSON 


SANTA MONICA 


KARFN KNOOSEN 


PROVO 


TOMY CLAIR KNIJDSEN 


PRESTON 



BARRY 
RONALD knjDSEi 
HAROLD E KUNZE 
PHYLLIS KNUDSON 
CHARLES F KO 
EOITM J kOChEVAR 
JOHN BRUCE KOCHEVAR 
JAMES LOUIS KOChEVAR 
MART JOANNE KOEvEN 
HABOLO MARTIN KOENIG 
LINDA ■ KOESTER 
PEGGY ANN KOFFORD 
KAREN KOFORD 
JAMES P KOGAN 
KENNETH O KOMLER 
Elna RAE KOHLER 
HARDEN REED KOHLER 
NOlA KOKlER 
norman b KOLLER 
VVATT J KON0R1S 
RAV C KORTH JR 
BARBARA S kORAlEwSkI 
DAVID ■ KORALEWSKI 
KA|SA M KORPELA 
INGE KORNTNER 
ALBERT KORMOS 
MARILYN H COSORA 
DALE IVER KOSK1 
RICHARD S KOSTER 
JANICE R COTTER 
GARY j ROVAL 

carol kowallis 
maureen kovle 
paul rav kraus 
Charles lynn krause 
myrna kraus 
virgil n kovalenko 
robert h kremer 
karen n krem1n 
anne krey 
phillip e kresge 
barbara joan kremkau 
nax|ne grace kreuer 
tana ir1ssman 
richard e kroff 
robert c kroff 
joan g krueger 
janet ann kuder 
marvin curtis kuchar 
llewellyn kuester 
hermann f kuebitz 
karen s eull 
ferrell z kump 

MING Hi KUNG 
EARL ROBERT KUNZLER 
ANN KUNZ 
JOHN A KUNZ 
ROBERT GENE KUNZ 
PATRICIA KUNZ 
MCKAY H KUNZ 
PHILLIP RAY KUNZ 
NOAH N KURIA 
LINDA L KUTSCH 

MARIAN KURTZ 
CATHRYN KUVKENDALL 
RALPH EDWARD KURTZ 
JOSEPH EDWARD KUTA 
SUN PU1 ' -"■' 
CHEUNG WAN J KWAN 
YAN CHt KWOK 
FREDRICK EWlATKOwScI 
LTNELL KYNASTON 



SAN OIEGO 

UK I AH 

springville 
arlington 
hong kong 
los angeles 
los angeles 
oakoalE 
whittier 

SALINAS 
TOLEDO 

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CASPER 

kEnnwICh 



CHIN 31t> 



PROvO 

PROVO 

HOWELL 

BEnwICK 

LOGAN 

SPANISH FORK 

RICHLAND 

RANChO COROAU 

RIVERSIDE 
INGLE WOOD 
LOS ANGELES 



SALT LAKt CI 

PROVO 

ROOSEVELT 

TOOELE 

PROVO 

CHICAGO 

OAKLANU 

PROVO 

spanish fork 
honolulu 
los angeles 
Rupert 
hong kong 



OGDEN 
ARCADIA 
BLAND I NG 
PROVO 

NAIROBI 
OAKLEY 
LYONS 

ANDE-fSON 

ANOfBSON 

LYONS 

HONG KONG 

KOWLOON H KONG 

HOHG KONG 

RENO 

NAHPA 



LINDA M LACEY 


LOS ANGELES 2* 


CAL 3 


LEONARD RAY LACY 


OVERLAND PK 




BEVERLEY E LA9RUH 




IDA 3 


BONNIE HELEN LACH 


SALT LAKE CTY B 


UTAH 


ROBERT M LAHMANN 


OR1NDA 


CAL 


KWOK WAH LAI 


KOWLOON HONGK 


CHIN 3 


DORA ANN LAKER 


N PROVIDENCE 


N J 1 


BRYANT LAKE 




It 


CATHERINE TAYLOR LAKE 


PROVO 


UTAH M 


SHIRLEY W LAKE 


PHOENIX 


ARIZ 3' 


RALPH BRYANT LAKE 


EUGENE 


OREG 2 


RENEE TAYLOR LAKE 


OAKLEY 




CHANDU LAL 




FIJI 3t 


TA| TUNG LAM 


KOWLOON 


HONG 


KEITH G LAMB 


SPANISH FORK 


UTAH 3 


LEGRANDE NORRIS LAHB 


CHANDLER 


ARIZ 


JERRY L LAMS 


CHANDLER 


ARIZ 


BEVERLY L LAMBERT 


NEVADA CI TY 


CAL 3< 


CAROL ANN LAMBERT 


PROVO 


UTAH 1 


EUGENE S LAMBERT 


SALT LAKE CTT 




JUDITH I LAMBERT 


PHOVO 


UTAH 1 


JOHN CARLYLE LAHBERI 


PROVO 


UTAH 1 


LINDA l LAMBERT 


SALT LAKt CTY 


UTAH 3. 


WILLIAM F LAMBERT 


PHOENIX 


ARIZ 


ALMA L LAMBSON 


RAMAH 




LONNIE E LAMBSON 


THQflEAU 


N M 2 


JOEL P LAMBSON 


ALBUOUEROUE 


N M 


MAKWELL B LAMBSON 


RAMAH 




SANDRA E LAMM 


GRAND JCT 


COLO 1 


JANES A LAMPH 


OAK 


CAL 


MERLE E LAMSON 


YAKIMA 


WASH 


JANICE E LANCE 


HO AS 




DARCI* L LANDERS 


LA GRANDE 


ORE 3 


MARTIN PANCHO LANDEHS 


RtDONDO BEACH 


CAL 


PATRICIA ANNE LANE 




CAL 2 


NAHFREO G LAENDLE 


DEwiTT 1* 




MILLARD CARLTON LANE 


LITCHFIELD 


ME 3 


NELVIN J LANEY 


SILVER SPRING 


MO 


SUSAN E LANG 


KENNEwICK 


WASH 


CAROL A LANGFORD 


MESA 


ARIZ 3 


GORDON LYNN LANGFORD 


SAhuElS 


IDA 


JAMES R LANGFORD 




UTAH 


Clifford owen lank 


SALMON ARM BC 


CAN 


LOIS LANGSTON 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


GERALD L LANGTON 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


LARRY M LAPRAY 


HAVWARU 


CAL 21 


BARBARA A LAPRAY 


PROVO 


UTAH I 


SHERRON L LARCH 


LOS ANGELES 1 


CAL 3 


LINDA HARRIET LARGE 


SAN LEANORO 


CAL 


ELDON J LARKIN 


SPOKANE 


WASH 


CAROL D LARSEN 


OGDEN 


UTAH 1" 


CAROL ESTHER LARSEN 


EMMETT 


IDA 3« 


DAVIO E LARSEN 


HEREFORD 


TEA 1 


DAVID ROGER LARSEN 


RICHFIELD 


UTAH 


DOUGLAS R LARSEN 


MANTI 


UTAH 


FRED L LARSEN 


SPANISH FORK 


UTAH 1 


GERALDINE LARSEN 


MONROE 


UTAH 3 


HAROLD L LARSEN 




COLO 


J BRENT LARSEN 


LtHI 


UTAH 


JOSEPH BENT LARSEN 


PROVO 


UTAH 


KAY L LARSEN 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 3 


CAROL BEATA LARSEN 


PROVO 


UTAH 


LARRY LARSEN 


OU1NCY 


WASH 


LARRY C LARSEN 


OREm 


UT AH 3' 


LANITA LARSEN 


SALT LAKE 


UTAH 


LEON LARSEN 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


LEON M LARSEN 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 3 


LINDA KAYE LARSEN 


•HIIEFISH 




MARILYN LARSEN 


OREM 


UTAH 3 


MARJEAN LARSEN 


SALT LAKE CTT 




MAUREEN P LARSEN 


EL SEGUNDO 


CAL 3 


HARK E LARSEN 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 


MARTHA RENEE LARSEN 


PROVO 


UTAH 


NANALEE LARSEN 


NI PLEASANT 


UTAH 2 


NATHAN REED LARSEN 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 3 


ORR1LLA M LARSEN 


MIAMI SS 


FLA 3 


PAUL BURGIS LARSEN 


SPANISH FORK 


UTAH 


RAY LORENZO LARSEN 




UTAH 


ROGER K LARSEN 


LAGRANOE 


ORE 3 


ROBERT A LARSEN 


IDAHO FALLS 


IDA « 


RONALD D LARSEN 


EAST EL* 


NEV 2 


SHAREY ANN LARSEN 


HARSING 


IDA 3 


SHARON R LARSEN 


LAGRANOE 


OREG 3 


STEVEN IVO LARSEN 


OREM 


UTAH i 


THOMAS C LARSEN 


OUINCy 


UTAH 


VIVAN C LARSEN 


HEREFORD 


TtK 


BYRON EDMUND LARSON 


INGLEwOOD 


CAL 3 


BEVERLY JEAN LARSON 




3 


CAROL L LARSON 


LOS ANGELES 11 


CAL 1 


CONNIE BEIH LARSON 


DENVER 


COLO 1 


DEAN R LARSON 


PROVO 


UTAH 


DONALO B LARSON 


PROVO 




DOUGLAS JOSEPH LARSON 


PROVO 




GARY F LARSON 


SAN JUAN BAUl 


CAL 


Glade larson 


MOSES LAKE 


WASH 3 


JOYCE C LARSON 


MINNEAPOLIS 


M|NN 


JULIANNE LARSON 


BEThESOA 1* 


MO 1 


JUDITH M LARSEN 


PLEASANT GR 




KENNETH REX LARSON 


SALMON 


IDA 


KEITH B LARSON 


PALO ALIO 


CAL 3 


LEON H LARSON 


WOODLAND 


CAL 


LAUNA G LARSON 


SHERMAN OAKS 


CAL 


LINDA ■ LARSON 


SALT LAKE CTI1T 


UTAH 


LINDA C LARSON 


BURL E Y 


IDA 


LTNN D LARSON 


BURLEV 


IOA 3 


MAUR1NE NORITA LARSON 


WOODLAND 


CAL 


NORMA G R LARSON 


PHOENIX 


ARIZ 


PRESTON K LARSON 


OVERTON 


NEV 1 


ROBERT IVAN LARSON 


PHOENIX 


ARIZ 


RONALD D LARSON 




2 


SUSAN K LARSON 


EUGENE 


ORE 1 


SHARON L LARSON 


BASALT 


IDA 3 


STEVEN R LARSON 


TOOELE 


UlAH 3 



<u, ,'ot.. 11* 



TANJA V LARSON 


PROVO 


TERESA LARSON 


UCON 


DON P LASSIG 


SALT LAKE CTY 


OEANN lasson 


PAGE 




BIROSEVE 


LAVONNf f LATFR 


POCATELLO 


JAMES R LATHAM 


SALT LAKE CTY 


CARMEN R LATTA 


DOWNEY 


NARY S LA TRONICO 


PROVO 


LARRY F LATIMER 




LAM YUK LAU 


HONG KONG 


KAREN LAU 


SODA SPRINGS 


WOON Kl LAU 


IOA 


IURT A P LAUB 


9URLEY 


DANIEL 8 LAU 


SODA SPRINGS 


RAYMOND M LAUB 


ENTERPRISE 


SHAN '»;:'■ M LAU HANG 


HONG KONG 


DALE LAU" 




MARILYN LAUDIE 


PRAIRIE VIL 


DREW TRUMAN LAUDIE JR 


PRAIRIE VILL 


ARTHUR R LAUOIE 


PRAIRIE VILL 


BONNIE J LAUPEO 


SAN FRANCISC022 


LYNNE L LAUR1TZEN 


SPRINGVILLE 


JUDITH KAY LAURFNSON 


POCATELLO 


SIOSAIA LAVULO 


MORGAN 


OYANNE LAW 


SPRINGVILLE 


CHEE KEUHG M LAW 


KOWLOON H K 




SPRINGVILLE 


LAHONT wriRTHEN LAW 


ORANGEVILLE 


JUDITH ANN LAWRENCE 


OGDEN 


JULIA LEF LAWRENCF 


KLAMATH FALLS 


JAMFS H LAWRENCF 


SPRINGVILLE 


ROBERT J LAWRENCE 


TOOELE 


DFvDN Rli-HABD LAWS 




LEONARD t LANS 


PROVO 




BLANOING 


DAVID W LAWSON 


BELLEVUE 


BEVERLY J LAWSON 


SCIPIO 


JON KEITH LAWSON 


HAWTHORNE 



>T AH 128. l&S 



OREG 12B. 138 



UTAH 311 



ARIZ 213. 31B 



LVNFTTF TALL LAVTON 


LAYTON 


UTAH 


JACK P LAYTON 


LAS VEGAS 


NEV 


WALTER e LAYTON 


PROVO 




PATRICIA LAYTON 


NESA 


ARIZ 


MARGARET J LEAK 


TOPPENISH 




CAROL B LEANING 


PLEASANT GROV 


UTAH 


ANDREA J LEAVITT 


LONG BEACH 


6 CAL 


CRAYTON ft LEAVITT 




UTAH 


DIANE E LEAVITT 


DENVER 


COLO 


ELLFN OFF LEAVITT 


MARSING 


IDA 


JOSEPH VFRNON LEAVITT 


PROvO 


UTAH 


JAMfS B LEAVITT 


SHELBY 


MONT 


LAURA ANNF LEAVITT 


ROOSEVELT 


UTAH 


LAURA LEAVITT 






HI ANNA LFAVITT 


MESOUtTE 


NEv 


LELA GWEN LEAVITT 


IOAHO FALLS 


IOA 


MICHAEL L LEAVITT 


LEAVITT ALTA 


CAN 


RONALD TFBRV LEAVITT 


LAS VEGAS 


NEV 


RICHARD ARLtN LEAVITT 


PROVO 


UTAH 


DAVIO C LFP*RON 


OREM 


UTAH 


GARN QUE LE BARON 


SALT LAKE CTY 




SALLY SUF lEBARON 


MESA 


ARIZ 


RICHARD R LECKIE 


BILLINGS 


MONT 


ALVIN X LECHTENBERG 


OGDEN 


UTAH 


LEON J LF CLERCft 


GLENOALF 


7 CAL 


MARY L LFftGFRWftOD 


PROVO 


UTAH 


DONNA MAY LEDEP 


WOOORURN 


OREG 


RONFN LEF 






flARBARA INN LEF 


GALLUP 




CAROLE LEE 


CONCORD 


CAL 


OIXIE A LEE 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


ELIZA A LEE 






FARRELL A LEE 


SPOKANE 


WASH 


F DAVID IFF 


PROVO 




FOWARO EipGENF LEE 


CALGARY ALTA 


CAN 


f.LFNDA < LEE 


IftAHO FALLS 


IDA 


glenna gail lee 


ST IGNATIUS 


MONT 


ISAAC K V S LEE 


NEW YORK 




JENNINGS w LEF 


PROVO 


UTAH 


JANES L LEE 


MILTON FRwATR 


ORE 


jUftlTH ANNF LEF 


BUR BANK 


CAL 


LUELLA CAROLE lEE 


FARMlNGTON 




LORNA LEF 


RICHLAND 


WASH 


NARY DIANE LEE 


PROVO 


UTAH 


martin Blaine lee 


CARDSTON ALTA 


CAN 


RONALD E LEE 


SEATTLE 


WASH 


ROBERT Thomas LFE 






SHARON LFF 


GALLUP 




THEA A LFF 


LAS VEGAS 




TERRY S 1 FF 


JEROME 


|OA 


KEI JOON lEE 






POLF ANuNftsON LEED 


SAN DIEGO 


S CAL 


FEROY LEFS 


PHOvO 


UTAH 


PATRICIA ANNF LFFSE 


ARCAOIA 


CAL 


JOHN W LFFTHAM 


PROVO 


UTAH 


SHARON KAY LEFATVRE 


WEST COVINA 


CAL 


RICHARD R LEFEVRE 


tooElE 


UTAH 


VAL tRA LFFLER 


PORT CHICAGO 


CAL 


ROBFHT LFGGAT 


PROVO 


UTAH 


fMMFTT R LEFTHANO 


COCONIO 


ARIZ 


CAROLINE J LfFLFR 


SAN FRANCISCO 


CAL 


MARK RICHARD LFFTWICH 


PROVO 


UTAH 


ANTHONY J LEGERSKI 


MONTPELIER 


IDA 


PHILLIP RAY LEHRFFLD 


TINLEY PABk 


ILL 


RILL LEII-H 






FRANCIS C LEIGH 


KOWLOON H K 


CHIN 


ARDFN w lEIGh 


MESA 


ARIZ 


MARGARET ANN LEIGH 


SLIVER SPRING 


MD 




"A LAD 


IOA 


GARTH W LEI Shhan 


SUGAR 


IOA 


NANCY LEISHMAN 


PROVO 


UTAH 


WESLEY DFAN LEISHMAN 


BOISE 


IDA 


rENNETH o LEMMON 


LINDEN 


CAL 




HURTAUGH 


IDA 


GARY S LFMON 


MURTAUGH 


IDA 


TSUN LENf. 


PROVO 




WELDA B LENDT 


BUFFALO 




TARlEEN F lenz 


ASHTON 


IDA 


DAVIO P LENT 


WlNTHROP 


MASS 


LOUISE MARIE LEONARD 


BOUNTIFUL 




PAUL L LFONARO 


GENEVA 


SWIT 


THERALD L LEONARD 


HUNTINGTON 


UTAH 


HERBERT LFPORE 


LONG BEACH 


CAL 


LYNN RETS LERWlLL 


REDDING 


CAL 


RODGER C lFROhl 


OGDEN 


UTAH 


DENNIS K iFSHEi 


PROVO 




ANDREA v LESTER 


COLTON 


CAL 


ANTALO OlVID LESTER 


COLTON 


CAL 


GEOFFREY M LESUE 


TREHONTON 


UTAH 


JERENY WAYNE LESUE 


TRENONTON 




Elaine lfsuEur 


NESA 


ARIZ 


RICHARD ■ LEUKHARDT 


SAN ANTONIO 


I TEX 


FORSEY F LEVAR 


TARARES 




LURLENE JOY LEVAR 


TAVARES 


FLA 


RAY L LEVFSOUE 


WALNUT CREEK 


CAL 


CAROL MARIE LEWELLFN 


NAMPA 


IOA 


ANGELINE LEWIS 


TAAIONA 


UTAH 


BOylSTON LEWIS 


BATON ROUGE 




TARftL ANN LEWIS 


EUGENE 


OREG 


CLIFTON w LEwlS 


HOLBROOK 


ARIZ 


CHRISTINF LEWIS 






GAY LEWIS 


LOS ANGELES 


CAL 


GLENNA K LEWIS 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


GLENN CARLOS LEWIS 


KAMAS 


UTAH 


GLtOA PAi-KARO LFWI5 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 


JANE K LFNIS 


LOS ANGELES 


CAL 


JANF C LFKIS 


MESA 


ARIZ 


JAMFS A LEWIS 


SWEET HOME 


ORE 


JANICE E LEWIS 


EUGENE 


OREG 


JOHN T LFWIS 


LOS ANGELES 


CAL 


jOSFPh MiBvlN LFWIS 


WOODLAND 


UTAH 


KARFN OLIVIA LEWIS 


PROVO 


UTAH 


(ATuRVN J LEWIS 


MESA 


ARIZ 


KEITH FR»N« LEWIS 


DUCHESNE 




LINDA LEWIS 


ORE' 


UTAH 


LLOYO K LEWIS JR 


RAMAL 




LINDA LEWIS 


PROVO 


UTAH 


LUOEAN LFWIS 


CLIFTON 


IDA 


MABCELLAK W LFwIS 


TOOELE 




MARCIA M LFWIS 


PLANTSVILLE 


CONN 


MARSHA G LEWIS 


BOISE 


IOA 


ROBERT EifGENE LEWIS 


LAUREL 


WASH 


BOCiFR P LFWIS 


SAN FRAMC1SCO 


CAL 


OORFRT NflBMAN LEWIS 


GRASS VALLEY 


CAL 


OOBFRT P LFWIS 


PROVO 


UTAH 


SYLVAN ENlft LEWIS 


FARMlNGTON 


N M 


SHARON LFWIS 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


STEwARt F LEWIS 


MONTICELLO 




STEVEN 2 LEWIS 


REIBURG 


IOA 


WILLIAM rftts LEWIS JR 


Chicago 


ILL 


WILLARft LFwIS 






ftlANNE LICHFIFlft 


BRIGHAN CITY 


UTAH 


TARL C LIftDELL 




UTAH 


JOSFPH LlODLF 


PAYSON 


UTAH 


CARDLYN lIDOlF 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


ALFRED S LlODLF 


ARLINGTON 


1 VA 


LEO fl LIDOLF JR 


VAN NOYS 


CAL 


MARY fl LIENSCHUTZ 


PROVO 


UTAH 


FDGEL F lIFChTY 


SPRINGVILLE 




KENNETH 1 LlECHTY 


PROVO 


UTAH 


NARJOR1E LIGHT 


COLUSA 


CAL 


IVAN LEROY LIKES 


MOAB 


UTAH 


BLAINE L LILJENOUIST 


ARLINGTON 




VICKY L LILJFNOUIST 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


•ORFRT LILJENO'IIKT 






RE« ALTON LILLY 


RICHMOND 


INft 


DAVID B LllLYWMlTE 


LOGAN 


UTAH 


JAY M LILLYWHlTE 


ANAHEIM 


CAL 



123. 2*9. 3S6 



2*8. 2*3. 31b 



218. 326 



JOANNE E LILLYWHlTE 


MAD 1 SON 


S MIS 


KAREN L1LJENOUIST 




IDA 


SHERI LAREE LIMB 


ELY 


NEV 


VAL E LINBURG 


OGDEN 




MARCO ANTONIO LIMA 


OUEZALlCNANGO 


GOAT 


MARILTNNE 1 LIMA 


SALT LAKE CTY 


-ill" 


ROBERT R LINO 


MANHATTAN BCH 


CAL 


LEONOA LINES 


YUMA 


ARIZ 


JOYCE J LINDBERG 


DOWNEY 


CAL 


PAULA GAY LINOBERG 


PROVO 


UTAH 


GARY WILLIAM LINDBERG 


OR£H 




LEROY R LINDEMAN 


OREM 


UTAH 


JACK D LINOER 


KENEOY 


TEX 


BOBBY D LINDER 


KENEDY 






SALT LAKE CTY 




RONALD E LINDSAY 


ULACKFOOT 


IOA 


DANIEL L LINDSEY 


PANAMA CITY 


FLA 


DAN m LINDSET 


FLINT 


MICH 


DIANA L LINOSEy 


SALT L*KE CTY 


UlAH 


RONALD J LINDSEt 




UtArt 


ELVA A LINDSEY 


SHREVEPUNT 


LA 


AMARYLLIS LINUSEY 






GENE L LINES 


KlRTLAND 




JOHN w LINEBAUGh 


PLEASANT GROV 




FARRELL LINES 






ROSANN LINFORD 


CONCORD 


CAL 


Clinton l lingreh 


IDAHO tALLS 


IDA 


LOLITA A LINGE 


HONOLULU 


HAW 


RICHARD GEORGE LINK 


PROVO 


UTAH 


JOHANNES LINNING 


WHITHER 


CAL 


ROBERT GARY II PPM ANN 


MURRAY 




BRUCE W LINTON 


GARDE NA 


CAL 


LEE ANNE LISONBEE 


mEsa 




Elaine o lischak 


OKEN 


UTAH 


ANY L LISONBEE 


ARLINGTON 


i VA 


KAREN L LISTON 


OREM 


UTAH 


ETTA - L1TCHF1EL0 


RAYMOND ALTA 


CAN 


ALLEN E LITSTFB 


HUNT INGTON 


UTAH 


LORNA BETH LITTLE 


FORT SILL 


OKLA 


ROSALIE M LITTLE 


PROVO 




MARK CLARENCE LITTLE 


AM FORK 


UTAH 


RAYMOND K LITTLEFIELD 


0*EH 


UTAH 


IERRIE L LITTLEFIELO 




CAL 


GARY M LITTLEFIELD 


OREM 


UTAH 


ANN LIITLEFORD 


AUAja 


OKLA 


WILLIAM L LIVELY 


Portland 


I ORE 


Blaine t Livingston 


SPRINGVILLE 




EARL J LIVINGSTON 


OGDEN 


UTAH 


DONALO H LIVINGSTONE 


LETHKRIDGE 


ALT* 


MARVIN L LIVINGSTON 


LtTMBRtDGE 




RAy LIVINGSTON 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


ANNF LIVSEY 


SPRINGVILLE 




CAROL ANN ll : '■■ 


HtNDERSON 


NEV 


CAROL DIANE LLOYO 


LOS ANGtLES 


*3 CAL 


DORIS LEAH LLOYO 


RIVERTUN 


UTAH 


EARLE KlNGSLET LLOYO 


LALGART ALTA 


CAN 


JUOI TH A LLOYD 


PROVO 




MARVIN J LOAR 






NARVA . LOADER 


NEWCOMERSTOWN 


OHIO 


ROBERT J LOANE 


PARAUISE 


CAL 


DAVID I C LO 


HONG KUNG 


BCC 


HARRY J LOCKE 


FARMlNGTON 


MICH 


DONALD G LOCKHART 


CLEARFIELD 


UTAH 


DONALD E LOCKHART 


PROVO 


UTAH 


wlLLIAH R LOFTUS 


MOORE 


lit A 


LYNN KING LOFtUS 


PKOVU 




NAOMI HtLVA LUFTUS 


MUORt 


IOA 


WAYNE C LOFbKAN 


SALT LAKt CTY 




MARVIN OEE LOFLIN 


PKOVU 




JUJEAN H LOFLIN 


PMOVO 


UTAH 


CABILVN ANN LUMAX 


PUN HAND 


ONEG 


R1CHARO JANES LOMAIN 






DOROTHY ELLEN LONG 


KINGSTUN 




BEVERLY LONG 


RUOSE.VELI 


UTAH 


DALE A LONG 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 


ADRIAN K LONG 


LARSON CUT 


NtV 


01 ANNE LONG 


PHOENIA 


ARIZ 


DALE ADEN LUNG 


etLLFLUWtx 


CAL 


GEROGE A LONG 


UMLAKOU 


FLA 


KATHLEEN E LONG 


KINGSTON 




LINOA J LONG 


CUPPERTON 


UTAH 


MELVIN D LONG 


OREM 


UlAH 


LESTER BERT LONG 


PROVO 


UTAH 


RICHARD KAY LONG 


OREM 




LESTER G LONGNORE 


OLACkFUOT 


IUA 


RUBEN S LONGWELL 


PROVO 


UTAH 


Charles e longo 


YONKERS 




JOAN LOON IS 


SIMMS 


MUNI 


JAMES L LOOM IS 


SIMMS 


HON* 


JERRY EMERSON LUONIS 


PMOVO 




Ellen loosli 


I THACA 




KEITH E LORAINE 


si luuis Co 


3* NO 


ALTA T LORDS 


IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 


OAvtD M lORENSEN 


RICHFItLU 




LINDA FATE LOSEE 


GLENDALE 


2 CAL 


ALVIN J LOSEE 


ALHAMBRA 


CAL 


JUDITH LOSEE 


PEOA 


UTAH 


LANE J LOSEE 


DELTA 




JACOUE F LOSMANN 


ANAHEIM 


CAL 


DENNIS L LOSSE 


SEATTLE 


3 WASH 


MARY A LOTHROP 


PROVO 


UTAH 



SHERRY HILDA LOUDER 
LINDA MAE LOUGHTON 
DAVID ■ LOuGHNtY 
DEAN R LOUDER 
DEON LOUDER 
JACKIE F LOVELACE 
SANDRA R LOUGHTON 
KAThY LOUNSBURY 
KAThERINE LOUMIS 
BEVERLEY J M LOUW 
LINDA LOVE 
DIANA C LOVE 
LORETTA LOVE 
WILLIAM R LOVE 
BERYL LOVELANO 
JAMS L LOVELESS 
LINDA ANN LOVELESS 
TAUNIA LOVELESS 
RICHARD J LOVELESS 
KIRK P L0VEN8URY 
GARY DON LlVERIOGE 

rosanne low 
florence low 
william w low 
buckman low 
f diane low 
dennis lowe 
dennis r lowe 
Christopher e lowe 
bryan a lowe 
douglas a lowe 
daniel j lowe 
connie d lowe 
lynda s lowe 
nichael t lowe 

MARILYN JOAN LOwE 
JAMES ROBERT LOWRT JR 
DAVIO EZRA LOwRy 
GEORGE ALLEN LOWRY 
LEON K LOWRY 
EFFIE S LOWTHER 
RONALD H LOWRY 
OAvlD G LOYO 
STEVEN G LU8ECK 
JERRY ALLEN LUBER 
WARREN fLOYO LUCM 
IVAN R LUCAS 
LINDA RUTH LUCKAU 
LINDA LUDLOW 
RUBY ANN LUDWIG 
NEILS FOSTER LUOLOW 
■ILLIAM HEBER LUOWIG 
MARTIN PAUL LUDWIG 
ALIS K LUEKENGA 
CONNIE L LUEKENG* 
VlCKI LEE LUEKENGA 
MARSHA LYNNE LUKE 
MARCIA JANE LUKE 
ROICE D LUKE 
SHOW C LUN 
CORALEE J LUNAN 
LEOLA T LUNCEFORD 
wILMA LUNCEFORD 
KENNETH C LUNCEFORD 
GERALD 8 LUNCE'ORO 
CHRISTOPHER C LUND 
BEVERLY LUNO 
GRANT L LUNO 
LOIS A LUNO 
LESLIE OIANE LUNO 
LYNN ELMO LUND 
MAR* LOU LUNO 
MARION RICHARDS LUNO 
VEPPA DAINES LUNO 
WlLLIAH Guy LUND jR 

Charles Paul lunuberg 
LYNETTE lunOEll 

DEAN LUNOELL 
LORN* DE ANN LUNDGREN 
JUOIE N LUNDCREN 
DONALO k LUNDGREN 
ROBERT N LUNDGREN 
NICHAEL W LUNDGREEN 
JANET N LUNDGREN 
BONNIE JO LUNDOUISt 
JOHN S LUNDOUIST 

NEVA LUNNEM 
ALAN K LUNT 
ERROL D LUNT 



FALLS CHURCH 



UTAH IBS. 376 



COUNCIL BLUFFS 


IOWA 


3*3 




FALLS CHURCH 




131. 


297 


BILLINGS 


MONT 


HA 




SALT LAKE CTY17 




IB*. 


IM 


CALGARY ALTA 




US 




LAS VEGAS 


NEV 


UIi 


121 


BAKER 


ORE 


«* 




SEATTLE 


WASH 






LAS VEGAS 


NEV 


H» 




SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


aii 


2>k 


SALT LAKE lb 




961 




OREM 








PROVO 


UTAH 






TAMPA 


FLA 


3*8 




OREM 


UTAH 






W LAFAYETTE 


IND 


307. 


313 


NYSSA 


OREG 






NYSSA 


ORE 






PROVO 


UTAH 


131 




BEAVER 


UTAH 






BEAVER 




311 




EL CAJON 


CAL 






SAN BERNARDIN 


CAL 


321 




LONG 8EACH 


CAL 






LOVELl 


WTO 






CINCINNATI 


OHIO 






LOVELL 


WYO 


338 




KAYSVILLE 








SANTA ANA 


CAL 






OREM 


UTAH 






PROVO 








CASTLE DALE 


UTAH 






N | SSOULA 


MOM! 


3*» 




RtDGELAMO 


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JERALD LOUIS MIKESELI 
LEO VAUN MirtitLL 
JERRY C MIKKELSEN 
JUOITH A HUOLICH 
OONALO GEORGE MILES 
MELVIN HENRY MILES 
PAUL L MILES 

LARE niel: 



IDAHO FALLS 

LANDER 

PROVO 

RICHLAND 

CORWIN SPRING 

PROVO 

ST GEORGE 

BLACK FOOT 



PAUL I 



MIL 



BARBARA 


MILLER 


CARILYN 


MILLER 


CAROLE L 


MILLER 


CAROL A 


MILLER 


DANIEL b 


MILLER 


OEANN MI 


LLER 


DONNA BE 


RN1CE M 


DOUGLAS 


C MILLE 


OWIGHT E 


MILLER 


ELAINE M 


AR1E MI 


GERALD 


MILLER 


GARTH M 


MILLER 


GERALD H 


MILLER 


GEORGE H 


ahRy mi 



GRANT ALDEN MILLER 
JIMMY R MILLER 
JAMES PATRICK MILL! 
JEAN MARIE MILLER 
JOANN G MILLER 
JUDITH M MILLER 
JUDITH L MILLER 
JUDY MILLER 
KAREN R MILLER 
KENLEY M MILLER 
KATHLEEN R MILLER 
LARRY J MILLER 
LAWRENCE H MILLER 
LINDA MILLER 
LINDALEE MILLER 
LIN DAVID MILLER 
MARILYN L MILLER 
MARILYN R MILLER 
MARILYN MILLER 
MARJORIE A MILLER 
MARION • MILLER 
MARJORIE MILLER 
MARLENE MILLER 
MART ■ MILLER 
MICHEAL W MILLER 
MONTY JOHN MILLER 
NEIL KAY MILLER 
PAUL MILLER 
RICHARD H MILLER 
RICHARD L MILLER 
SHAREE MILLER 
SHARON 



TAFT 



LEU 



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LORIN E MILLET 
PAMELA MILLET 

SANDRA SUE MILLET 
WILLIAM M MILLET 
EDWARO M MILLET 
KAREN MILLS 
MICHAEL L KILLS 
LAMOND ROBERT MILLS 
MARCIA A MILLS 
SHERRY ANN MILLS 
JAMES B MILLWARD 
MARILYN MILNE 
SHERON MILNE 
LINDA D MILNE 
KENNETH KAY MILNER 
LINDA J MILTON 



SHIR 



LTON 



GEORGIA A MILTON 
RICHARD F MILNER 
ROLF MfLOCCO 
OARLENE F M1NARD 
BEVERLY A MINER 
DAVID LEE MINER 
ELLIS D MINER JR 
FRANCIS L MINER 
GERRY L MINER 
GAVLE MINER 

I MINER 



LOA i 



IINER 



NER 



NAOINE MINER 
RUSSELL T MINER 
SALLY LYNN MINER 
SHARON MINER 
OMEN DENNIS MINNICK 
NANCY MIN50N 

ALBERT Ml TCHELL Jl 
BARBARA J MITCHELL 
ANN E MITCHELL 
BRUCE J MITCHELL 
JEAN MITCHELL 
JAMES E MITCHELL 
JAMES D MITCHELL 
JAMES P MITCHELL 
KENNETH D MITCHELL 
MARGARET MITCHELL 
NOLVN G S MITCHELL 
ROBERT BRUCE MITCHEI 
ROBERT B MITCHELL 
RONALD G MITCHELL 
ROBERT A MITCHELL 
SUZANNE MITCHELL 
ROGER GLEN MITORAY 
NALINI RANJAN MJTHA 
WILLIAM B MITCHELL 
WALLACE REID MJTTON 
EILEEN THORPE MITTOI 
PAULINE MITTON 
MERLEI 



IRGRET 



MU 
MIYASATI 



SHEILA 
PAUL H M06LEY 
SANDRA RUTH MOE 
NORMA J MOESSER 
DENNIS MOFFAT 
HANDA B MOFFFIT 
HENRY EDWARD MOFFIT 
JAMES ALLEN MOFMITZ 
CYLESTA E MOHLMAN 
GRANT C MOHLMAN 
CAROL ANN MOHLER 
WILLIAM A HOLES 
DEAN LOWERY MOLEN 
BRUCE RICHARD MOLEN 
JOYCE MONCUR 
THOMAS P MONAGHAN 
CAROLEE MONCUR 
MARY M MONCUR 
JOHN MONNETT 
SANDRA MONK 
BRENT N MONSON 
DELORIS J MONSON 
DAVID EDWARD MONSON 
OARRELl MONSON 
LAURENCE C MONSON III 
MARLENE MONSON 
MARTIN E MONSON 
SHERMAN F MONSON 
ROBERT M MONSON 
CAROL MONTAGUE 
MERLENE MONTAGUE 
DONALD G MONTGOMERY 
JOSEPH E MONTGOMERY 
LUANN MONTGOMERY 
KLIENA S MONTGOMERY 
VICTORIA MONTGOMERY 
GEORGE H MONTIERTH . 
PAMELA R MONTROSE 
MAX ROMNEY MONTIERTI 
ALFRED L MOODY JR 



LIA 



MOOD' 



KATHLEEN E MOODY 
LTD I A N MOODY 
GARY ROYAL MOOERS 
WILMA SUSANNE MOODY 
BRADFORD NOON 
DOROTHY A MOON 
HAL W MOON 
KATHLEEN BEE MOON 
JOHN N MOON 
KAREN B MOON 
KAREN MOON 
MARYETTA MOON 
VERNON MOON 
BARBARA JEAN MOORE 
DWIGHT C MOORE 
BONNIE WILSON MOORE 
CARMA MARIE MOORE 
OANNY WILLIAM MOORE 
DARLENE M MOORE 
EVELYN PENELOPE MOORE 
HARLEEN MOORE 
JAMES V MOORE 
JOYCE M MOORE 
MARGARET A MOORE 
PATRICIA LEE MOORE 
JANEAN MOORE 



MONT 320 



JAHES FRANKLIN MILLAR 

ANN MILLER 

ARJAY WELLS MILLER 



UTAH 237, 318 



SAN FERNANDO 


CAL 


CANOGA PARK 


CAL 


SAN DIEGO 


CAL 


AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 


OGDEN 


UTAH 


AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 


PROVO 


UTAH 


PROVO 


UTAH 


CALDWELL 


IDA 


ROCKFORD 


ILL 




IDA 


PORTLAND 


2 ORE 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


ALBUQUERQUE 




THAVNE 


WYO 


STOCKTON 


CAL 


IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 


A JO 


ARU 


OR1GGS 


IDA 


CH1CO 


CAL 


SALT LAKE CIT 


UTAH 


sunvallEy 


CAL 


SOUTH GAIE 


CAL 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


8URLEY 


IDA 


TREMONTON 


UTAH 


SALEM 


ORE 


PORTLANO 


ORE 


LUS ANGELES 


CAL 


GLENDALE 


CAL 


MEWOMIWEE 


MICH 


PROVO 


UTAH 


HERRI MAN 


UTAH 



STOCIiTUN 



RIGBY 

PROVO 

IDAHO FALLS 
LONG BEACH 
LOGANDALE 
WOODS CROSS 
TEMPE 

SALT LAKE CTY 
FT LAUDERDALE 
SALT LAKE CTY 
PROVO 
LAKE CITY 
LAKE CITY 
RAY 



RICHLAND 

SALT LAKE CT' 

SPRINGV1LLE 

LOGAN 

SPRINGVILLE 

OREN 

PROVO 



MAPLE TON 
MOUNTAIN I 
MOUNTAIN ' 
MIDVALE 



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PROVO 

BURLEY 

HUNTINGTON 

PROVO 

PROVO 

PROVO 

BURLEY 

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SAN DIEGO ( 

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PROVO 

SUDBURY ONT 

HAWTHORNE 

PROVO 

BURDWAN w 8 

PROVO 

ALBANY 

VALLEJD 

GLENDALE 

RUPERT 

GRAND JCT 

HILO 

OERWOOO 

DETROIT LAKES 

SALT LAKE CTY 

DUNCAN 
PROVO 
TUJUNGA 
SPANISH FORK 



ARU 131. 320 



131. 227. 3H 



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OREM 

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BOISE 

PLEASANT GR 



CHANDLER 

MELROSE PK. 

LUNG SEACH 

BOISE 

PROVO 

ROSEVILLE 

SAN JOSE 

MOLINE 

SPANISH FORK 

AUBUR 

SAN JOSE 

ROCK SPRINGS 

ROOSEVELT 

SALT LAKE CTY 



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SALT 

TABIONA 

OREM 

DUCHESNE 

DUCHESNE 

OREM 

PAYSON 

PROVO 

IDAHO FALLS 

PROVO 

MENLO PARK 

PROVU 

REEDSPORT 

BOUNTIFUL 

GREENVILLE 

AL8UOUERQUE 

OREM 



!<■ OHEG 39 



12 NEBR 3*3. 



RALPH L MOORE 

RUTH IRENE MOORE 
RUTH ANN MOORE 
RICHARD P MOORE 
SHIRLEY S MOORE 
THOMAS J MOORE 
VIRGINIA ANN MOORE 
CLARENCE ROBERT MORAN 
GARRY NORAVEC 
JANET 8 MORAVEC 
JAMFS A MOREY 
RONALD L MOREY 
ALVIN W MORGAN JR 
DANIEL E MORGAN 
CLIVE D MORGAN 
JANICE MORGAN 
JOHN DAVID MORGAN 
JONI E MORGAN 
KENT EDWARO MORGAN 
MICHAEL F MORGAN 
SANDRA KAYE MORGAN 
SHIRO F MORI 
HAROLD G MORLEY 
ALONZO MORLEY 
PAMELA A MORLEY 
VIRGINIA A MORLEY 
VIVIAN J MORLEY 
FRANK T MORN 
ADRIAN J MORRELL 
SHARON MORRILL 
VENETA MORRILL 
BETTY JEAN MORRIS 
DOROTHY D MORRIS 
DAVID M MORRIS 
DANA C MORRIS 
JACK B MORRIS 
JANET SUF MORRIS 
JANET F M0RRI5 
LENNA F MORRIS 
PATRICIA ANN MORRIS 
ROSCOE A MORRIS 
SUZANNE MORRIS 
LAWRENCE L MORR1SS 
8RENDA ANN MORRISON 
EVELYN M»UDE MORRISON 
CARLETON H MORRISON 
JUDY KAYF MORRISON 
MARY L MORRISON 
KENNETH J MORRISON 
SHIRLEE ANNE MORRISON 
PAMELA S MORRISON 
CAROLYN HORRISS 
GARY L MORROW 
EULA R MORSE 
HARTLEY B MORTENSEN 
CHRISTINA L MORTENSEN 
GAIL N MORTENSEN 
JUDITH KAYE MORTENSEN 
JUOITH A MORTENSEN 
KATHLEEN D MORTENSEN 
KARL E MORTENSEN 
PAUL TRENT MORTfN5EN 
V HARVEY MORTENSEN 
CELIA A MORTIMER 
JUDY A MOSER 
GOROON ERVIN MOSS 
ELINOR ANNA MOSS 
KAREN MOSS 
JAMES ARTHUR MOSS JR 
JUDITH MOSS 
NANCY LEF MOSS 
SUSAN JANE MOSS 
ROBERT H MOSS Ml 
ROBERT MAFEN MOSS 
REBECCA i MOSS 
VERONA JUNE MOSS 
NELLIE BRINK MOTES 
BARBARA t HOSTELLER 
ROBERT E HOSTELLER 
JOELLEN MOTT 
PENNIE C MOTT 
ANN MOULTON 
CLARK ALMA MOULTON Jfl 

jack lester moulton 
vaughn k moulton 
doris a mouslev 
dennis allen mower 
kathleen mower 
norman l moves 



LYNWOOO 


CAL 


LOGAN 


UTAH 


5INCLAIR 


WYO 


CLEVELAND 


2 OHIO 


ROSEMEAD 


CAL 


GREENOALE 


WIS 


BUTTE 


MONT 


NEW BRITAIN 


CONN 


PROVO 


UTAH 


RIVERTON 




CHEYENNE 


WYO 


SEATTLE 


WASH 


CROWLEY 


LA 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 


SALT LAKE CTY 




SAN 01 EGO 


CAL 


POMONA 


CAL 


PROVO 


UTAH 


PROVO 


UTAH 


DENVER 


COLO 


SANDY 


UTAH 


PRICE 


UTAH 


KLAMATH FALLS 


ORE 


RICHMOND 


CAL 


RICHMOND 


CAL 


SAN LORENZO 


CAL 


BLACKFOOT 


IDA 


PROVO 


UTAH 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


LONG BEACH 


CAL 


PARK VALLEY 


UTAH 


SAN DIEGO 


CAL 


PALO ALTO 


CAL 


PROVO 


UTAH 


ANAHEIM 


CAL 


TOOELE 


UTAH 


HOLBROOK 


ARIZ 


SALT LAKE 


UTAH 


COSTA MESA 


CAL 


ALHAMBRA 


CAL 


EMMETT 


IDA 


PROVO 


UTAH 


AUSTIN 


MINN 


AUSTIN 




LOVELL 


WYO 


SACRAMENTO 


CAL 


KAYSVILLE 


UTAH 


LOVELL 




DELTA 


UTAH 


SAN JOSE 


CAL 


SANDY 


UTAH 


BOISE 


IDA 


SILVER CITY 




IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 


WESTERN SPRGS 




PASADENA 


CAL 


WALNUT CREEK 


CAL 


RACFRSFIELD 


CAL 


MESA 


ARIZ 


PROVO 




MURRAY 




U MONTCLAIR 


N J 


IDAHO FALLS 




OGDEN 


UTAH 


BOUNTIFUL 




BOUNTIFUL 




LAS VEGAS 


NEV 


SALT LAKE 




KEMMERER 




BOUNTIFUL 


UTAH 


HELENA 


MONT 


PROVO 




RICHFIELD 


UTAH 


CLEARFIELD 


UTAH 


OREM 


UTAH 


RICHLAND 


WASH 


RICHLANO 


WASH 


LAS VEGA5 


NEV 


MADERA 


CAL 


PLEASANT GROV 


UTAH 


KELLY 


WYO 


SALMON 


IDA 


HEBER 


UTAH 



SANDRA M MOVES 


MURTAUGH 


IDA 


MYRNA JOAN MOVER 


GOODING 


IDA 


joseph Austin moyle 


MERIDIAN 


IDA 


SUSANNE MOYLE 


AMERICAN FORK 




JAMES S MUGWERu 


THIKA 


APR 


LUCILLE f MUCHOW 


REEDSBURG 


WIS 


CAROLYN LEE MUFICH 


SAN BERNARDIN 


CAL 


RICHARD C MUDGETT 


HAWTHORNE 


CAL 


HETTE JD MUENCH 


COOS BAY 


ORE 


DALE LEE MUHLESTEIN 


PROVO 


UTAH 


LEWIS DEF MUHLESTEIN 


PROVO 


UTAH 


JOHN S MUHLESTEIN 


PROVO 


UTAH 


WAYNE ROv MUHLESTEIN 






flOROTHY JEANNE MUIR 


PALO ALTO 


CAL 


JAMFS MUIR JR 


IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 


SYLVIA JOAN MUIR 


PALO ALTO 


CAL 


ALICE MUIRHFAD 






Elizabeth j mulford 


SHORT HILLS 


N J 


DIANNA K MULLET 


CEDAR CITY 


UTAH 


LEWIS SMIELOS MULL1NS 


ROANOKE 




MARY JO MULL1NER 


AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 


JOHN G MILLINER 


MCGtlL 


NEV 


LAWRENCE D MULLINS 




UTAH 


RRIAN KENT MULLlNER 


AMERICAN FORK 




VADIER L MUMFORD 


PORTLAND 


ORE 


RON B MUNFORD 


HURRICANE 


UTAH 


JANEL MUNK 


PROVO 




MOLLIE A MIINN 


BEDFORD 


IND 


ALLAN LORENZO MURDOCK 


DRIGGS 


IDA 


CAROL A MUROOCK 






CLINTON L MURDOCK 


OREM 




DENNIS GlEN MUROOCK 


BOISE 


IDA 


DELSEL BRUCE MURDOCH 


LETHBRIDGE 




DIANE MURDOCK 


OREM 




GEORGE T MURDOCK 


MESA 


ARIZ 


GRANT B MUROOCK 


BURLEY 


IDA 


KARANN MUROOCK 


MARYSVILLE 


CAL 


LYNDA LEF MURDOCK 


PROVO 


UTAH 


ROBERT JOHN MUROOCK 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 


CAROL ANN MURPHY 


ROOSEVELT 




flONALD L MuRPHY 


IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 


JO ANN MllRPHV 


IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 


MERLENE KAY MURPHY 


SPANISH FORK 


UTAH 


PATRICIA K MURPHY 


GREY8ULL 


WYO 


SHERIDON L MURPHY 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


PAULA E MURPHEY 


PERRIS 


CAL 


VIRGINIA L MURPHY 


CHINOOK 


MONT 


CHARLES L MURRAY 


PROVO 


UTAH 


jOhn D Murray 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 


NORMA YVONNE MURRAY 


NAMPA 


IDA 


PATRICIA G MURRAY 




CAL 


ROBERTA LUE MURRAY 


ALBUQUERQUE 




SANDRA MURRAY 




UTAH 


THOMAS S MURRAY 


JACKSONVILLE 




WILLIAM JAMES MURRI 


POCATELLO 


IDA 


JANINE MusSER 


CONCORD 


CAL 


EMMETT T MYERS 11 


BURBANK 


CAL 


LINDA MYFRS 


RIVERTON 


UTAH 


LINDA D MYERS 


EMMETT 




MARILYN JOAN MVERS 


TWIN FALLS 




MARTHA B MYERS 


LOS ANGELES * 


CAL 


STEPHEN ROBERT MYERS 


CALDWELL 


IDA 


RICHARD L MYERS 


PETALUMA 


CAL 


RONALD L MYERS 


ALBANY 


OREG 


SUSAN F MYERS 


EUGENE 


ORE 


FRED ARNOLD MYIEB 


JEROME 


IDA 


VICTOR L MYLROIE 


FRANKLIN 


IDA 


OAN MYNTTI 







N 



SIAVASH NADJMAAAOI 


TEHERAN 


IRAN 


JEAN! NAOOLSKI 


DOWNEY 


IDA 


JOYCE E NAEGLE 


SAN AERNARDIN 


C«L 


JUNE N NAGANO 


KUALAPUU 




LARRY JAMES NARLON 


YAKIMA 


WASH 


TOMIKO B NAKAFUJI 


LANAI CITY 




LANNY J NALDER 


SHELLEY 


I0A 


F KENT NANCE 


MADERA 


CAL 


ROBERT J NANNEY 


HUNTINGTON PK 


CAL 


MAHESH NARA1N 


KANPUR 


INOI 


JOAN NASFR 


LEWISTON 


IDA 


FRED K NASH 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


JOHN M Nash 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


ALI KHADJE NASS1RI 


TEHERAN 


IRAN 


jo ann nations 


GRANTS 


N M 


OATPICIA MAVI 


BOISE 


IDA 


SOKE A nATRI 




FIN 


GAYlE D MADMAN 


FREMONT 


CAL 


DEVON R NAY 


SIGURD 




CLYDE RICHARD NAYLOR 


PROVO 


UTAH 


JOSEPH C NAYLOR 


ALEXANDRIA 




ALICE NEAL 


ST JOHNS 


ARIZ 


DALLAS H NEAL 


MA LAD 




NANCY IRENE NEALLEY 


LARK 


UTAH 


BILLIE C NEAR 


SAN DIEGO 


CAL 


ROSALIND R NEBEKER 


PALOS VFRDES 


CAL 


PARVI2 S NEE* 


SAN JOSE 


CAL 


EDWARO A NEDELCOV 


WEVBURN SASK 


CAN 


S JOANN NEFF 


NAMPA 


IDA 



280. 281. 282. 



185. 227. 122 



206. 3*0 



220. 232. 169 



FRANCES E NEGLER 
RUTH JANE NEI8AUR 
ARNOLD J NEF 
CHARLEENE R NEIBAUR 
SHERELYN J NEFF 
BRANSON GRAY NEFF 
HAROLD L NEIGHBORS 
FARROKH NEGHABAT 
JOHN RICHARD NIELSON 
NANCY LOU NIELSON 
RICHARD REED NIELSEN 
RASMUS SHURL NEILSON 
ALLAN RHODES NELSON 
ANN PATRICK NELSON 
BARBARA L NELSON 
BETTY R NELSON 
CAROLYNNE L NELSON 
CHARLOTTE M NELSON 
CORAL NELSON 
DAvlO MIlTON NELSON 
DALE NELSON 
DENNIS P NELSON 
DAVID RICHARD NELSON 



DENNIS f 
DONA 



NELSON 



. NELSON 

donald t nelson 
doris v nelson 
Eugene eldon nelson 
fred r nelson jr 
frederic b nelson 
glendon neal nelson 
gordon t nelson 
ivan w nelson ii 

> D NELSON 



JACK 



NEL: 



JANEAL NELSON 
JEAN EILEEN NELSON 
JOHN LOVELL NELSON 
JOSEPH 8 NELSON 
KRISTIN NELSON 
LARRY DON ( 



HEMPSTEAO 
NEwOALt 
OREM 

FARMINCTQN 
SALT LAKE CTY 
SALT LAKE CTY 
NEWHALL 
MARVI TEHRAN 

PASADENA 

PROVO 

PROVO 

PROVO 

PROVO 

STILLWATER 

OREM 

AMERICAN FORK 

SALT LAKE ClY 

REKBURG 

HINSDALE 



SAN CARLUS 



PHOENIX 
PENDLETON 
SPRINGY ILLI 
JACKSON 



RAN 220. 291. 37' 



IS*. 233. 36V 



LEAI 



helsi 



'NDA ( 
I DON NELSON 



JE*' 



ILEEN NELSON 
NEL 



NELI 

NADINE NELSON 
NEAL ALLEN NELSON 
NELS ARTHUR NELSON 
NYLIN BRENT NELSUN 
NOOIA BETH NELSON 
PHYLLIS NELSON 
RAYMOND K NELSON 
RALPH GLEN NELSON 
ROGER D NELSON 
RODNEY PRICE NELSON 
RONALD O NELSON 



B APER 
TOOELE 
GENOLA 

PROVO 



KEARNS 
LAS VEGAS 
OREGON CI I' 



RONALD V NELSON 


PROVO 


UTAH 




SHARON C NELSON 


PROVO 


UTAH 


38* 


SON J A NELSON 


STERLING 


IDA 


373 


SHELDON D NELSON 


SPOKANE 


62 WASH 




STEPHEN R NELSON 








WALLACE J NELSON 


WHITTUR 


CAL 




WILLIAM FORO NELSON 


CUNCORD 


CAL 


260. 357 


WILLIAM E NELSON 


TOOELE 


UTAH 




JOANNE NERDIN 


AMERICAN FOR 






NANCY NERDIN 


SEATTLE 


-ASH 


351 


CHERYL J NESS 


GLENDIVE 


MONT 




DONALD L NETTLES 


PROVO 


UTAH 




STANLEY J NESS JR 


HAYMARD 


CAL 


23* 


RITA A NEU 


ABERDEEN 


IDA 


122 


LINDA K NEVILLE 


SALT LAKE CT 


UTAH 


325 


WALTER MAW NEVILLE 


OGDEN 






SHERMA NEWBOLU 


S JOROAN 


UTAH 


353 


FLOYD L NEWBY 


OREM 


UTAH 




HORACE A NEWBILL 


OREM 


UTAH 




LARRY j NEWELL 


OREM 


UTAH 


111) 


GARY K NEWLANU 


KENNEWICK 




338 


BILLIE L NEWMAN 


BLOOHFIELO 






CHARLOTTE A NEWMAN 


BOUNTIFUL 


UTAH 


2*8. 326 


LEON DENNIS NEWMAN 


CHELSEA VICT 


AUST 




MARILYN NEWMAN 


EUREKA 






VIRGINIA E NEWMAN 


SALT LAKE CT 


UTAH 




ALFRED L NEWREN 


PROVO 


UTAH 




aThlyn gay nEwton 


PHOENIX 


ARIZ 


3*7 


JAY LYNN NEWTON 


REXBURG 




*03 


TROY JAMES NEWVILLE 


PROVO 


UTAH 




TUAN TH| NGUYEN 


PROVO 


UTAH 




GERRY SPENCE NIBLEY 


ARCADIA 


CAL 




SUSAN J NIBLEY 


VAN NUYS 


CAL 




CARMA S NICHOLS 


BURLEY 


IDA 


3*7 


LORIE H E NICHOLES 


PROVO 


UTAH 


236 


MARY L NICHOLES 


UIRDSEYE 


UTAH 




PAUL J NICHOLLS 




6 GA 


315 


KAYE P NICHOLS 


SANDY 


UTAH 




BOBBIE S NICHOLS 


MlLFORD 




316 


IVAN R NICHOLS 


NEW LONDON 


CONN 




JOSEPH JAMES NICHOLS 




UTAH 




ANN NICHOLS 


RUPERT 


IDA 


1*2. 1M 


JUOITH I NICHOLS 


NEW LONDON 


CUNN 


331 


SHERRI G NICHOLS 




CAL 


220. 316 


CAROL LEE NICHOLSON 


LONG BEACH 


8 CAL 


128. 393 


DAVE P NICHOLSON 


LOS ANGELES 


CAL 




DOUGLAS S NICKLE 


DELTA 


UTAH 


338 


BRUCE T NICHOLSON 


FREEDOM 






SANDRA C NICKLES 


REDLANDS 


CAL 


131. 351 


ALAN C NICOL 


PITTSBURG 


CAL 


197. 325 


ARLENE NIELSEN 


NO OGDEN 


UTAH 


3*» 


ANITA RAE NIELSEN 


PORTLAND 


ORE 


13b. >-} 


ANNA MARIE NIELSON 






300 


CAROL JEAN NIELSEN 


GLENwOOu SPGS COLO 




CECIL D NIELSEN 


BAKERSF1ELU 


CAL 


35* 


CLYDE HANS NIELSEN 


PROVO 


UTAH 




DAVID L NIELSEN 


PROVO 


UTAH 




EMMA CYNTHIA NIELSEN 


HVRUM 


UTAH 




GLORIA DAWN NIELSEN 


BOISE 


IDA 


IT* 


HARVEY HOLT NIELSEN 


SPANISH FOR' 


UTAH 




JAMES R NIELSEN 


EPHRAIM 


UTAH 


217 


JULIA ANN NIELSEN 


BEAVER TON 


OREG 


128 


JUDITH HOPE NIELSEN 


PROVO 


UTAH 




JOHN R NIELSEN 


MENLO PARI 


CAL 




LESLIE GERAL NIELSEN 


PROVO 


UTAH 




MARILYN 8 NIELSEN 


pleasant gr 


UTAH 




NURMAN LEROY NIELSEN 


OREM 


UTAH 




NEPHI B NIELSEN 


PROVO 


UTAH 




NORMA HINIINS NIELSEN 




UTAH 




PATRICIA NIELSEN 


MENLO PANS 


CAL 


12b. Ml 


ROBIN A NIELSEN 


MARVISTA 


66 CAL 




ROSALIN M NIELSEN 


OUINCt 


WASH 


351 


STEPHEN E NIELSEN 


PROVO 


UTAH 


233 


SHAwNANN NIELSEN 


SALT LAKE CT 


UTAH 




SYLVIA BEL NIELSEN 


CODY 


WYO 





ALAN T NIELSON 


REPUBLIC 


ANNA MARIE NIELSON 


CODY 


BARBARA NIELSON 


EPHRAIM 


BHENT L NIELSON 


CAROSION ALIA 


DAU D NIELSON 


PROVO 


DEAN A NIELSON 


Rt PUBLIC FEHR 


Ellen nielson 


FOUNTAIMGREEN 


EVE NIELSON 


PROVO 


JAMES KING NIELSON 




JOHN RICHARD NltLSON 


CAROSIuN ALIA 


JOHN DEASY NltLSON 


bLANDlNG 


KAY NIELSON 


SPRINGVILLE 


LAWRENCE GLEN NltLSON 


EPHRAIM 


LINOA L NIELSON 


DULORES 


LEANNA J NIELSEN 


OREM 


LOIS NIELSON 


8LUEWAIER 


MICHAEL G NIELSON 


VAN NUYS 


PORIIA JANE NIELSON 


SPRINGVILLE 


RAY LEON NIELSON 


OREM 


RICHARD J NIELSON 


SALI LAIt CTY 


RONALD A NIELSON 


TOOELE 


ROGER B NIELSON 


PROVO 


RUBY NIELSON 


BLUEWATEM 


STEPHEN M NIELSON 


MONT ICE LLO 


THOMAS PETER NIELSON 


HUNTING ION 


KAISA M NIEHINEN 


JYVASKYLA 


WAYNE DELLES NILSEN 


SPAN] SH FORI 


ROBERT E NILSON 


CLEARFItLD 


COLIN W NILSSON 


RAYMOND AlTA 


CECIL OUDLEY NINOV 


PROVO 


CORALEE V N1MS 


MARYSVILLE 


GARY LEE NISH 


OWENDALE ALTA 


KAY LAVERN NISH 


CARDSTON ALTA 


ROBERT S NISBETT 


BOISE 


LOIS M NITZ 


TROY 


KEN E N|TZ 


TROT 


SHIRLEY E NlSSEN 


IDAHO FALLS 


KENNETH J NIK 


MEM 


JANICE RUTH Nil 


BINGHAM CANTO 


ANDREW RICHARD NIXON 


CLAIRTOM 


JOHN NIXON 


PROVO 


JAYCENE ELVORA NOAKES 


CENTERVlLLE 


GERALOINE NOAKES 


OREM 


CAROLYN JEAN NOBLE 


BIG SPRING 


BEVERLY NOBLE 




PHILLIP L NOBLE 


CANOGA PARK 


ROBERT D NOBLE 


MIODLEION 


richard Eugene noble 


LOS ANGEL tS 


ROSE M MOGULtCM 


PRICE 


GEORGE MASAO MOMARA 


PROVO 


KATHRYN H NOHLE 


E NCI NO 


NADINE SHIZUKO NOHARA 


MOLOKAt 


SHARLENE noland 


ALHAMBRA 


TENNIE JOY NOONER 


CONWAT 



UTAH 35* 



425 



JUOITM fl WOORDA 
JUICE KAY NCRRFRG 
-*»• LEE NORRE "'■ 
KAyE LORRAINE MMDCS 

hl'jhi Edward hordes 
melva • wordrun 
wan ie nordrun 

'....■•. I ' Hi." - M-i-*- 

ClIFFORD C NORMAN 
GAAv REEvE NO*"** 
VERNAL ...*•" WtWII 
PAUL NOARIS JR 
RONALD L MM1S 
WILLIAM M MORRIS 

■EUlfT" V NORTH 

• ILL.1*" f WOOT^OOO 

OANAE NORTH 

DALE -fib. NORTON 

CHARLES t NORTON 

'BED I HA* TON 

GLEN * NORTON 

■ '- NORTON 
RICHARD iFSUF NORTON 
BAT • NORTON 
J»*C * nOTTAGE 
<M«*N NOVAK 
u^n NOuRMANCSM 
JUltANNE N NOVELL 

Itr-LtfN t "*OWlANO 

KATMERINf L ROWLAND 
JANES IR-IN WOwELL 
GARTH F MOTES 
DONALD G NTBERG 

lOTario nut la 

STANTON SMART v.. I F I ;■ 
LINOA JCaN NUFFEB 
CAROLYN HUMES 
ROBFRT I NUMfS 
1RLFNE NuTTALl 
DRAYTON G NUTTALL 
DONAL0 L NUTTAlt 
EIlEENE NUTTALl 
r ll ' '■■ LEONARO NuTTALL 
GLADYS JOANNE NuTTALL 
EMI BRENT nyE 
X' F N'&RFN 
I JFFF NVF 
'.i. "■»]* ANN NYLANO 
NANCT NYHAN 
-EOALO S NVMAH 



SAN LEANORO 



lfM| 


UTAH 


VAN NUTS 


CAL 


ANCHORAGE 


ALSK 


ANCHORAGE 


ALSt 


BCD SANK 


■ J 



1 1 II 



:TH . 



MTON 



lENI 
PROvO 
•HITHER 
ETNA 

wee* river 

ARCADIA 

INDEPENDENCE 

lOS ANGEL ES *2 

MIDWAY 

COL TON 

ORE* 

POCATElLO 

WELLINGTON 

NILFOKD 

OOOFN 

MERER 

L«S VEGAS 

UNIOnDalE 

SUNLAND 
BLVTMC 
BIT THE 



NEWARK 

ORLANO 

HURRICANE 

PBOVO 

VANCOUVER 

SACRAMENTO 2' 

PROvO 

PROvO 

SPARKS 

DILLON 

SO RHODESIA 

SALT LAKE CTt 

PROVO 

LOGAN 



126. 197. *03 



VVO 3*3 



■AR1LTN OAK 


BICHLANO 


RASH 


JANF OAKES 


RIVERSIDE 


CAL 


FEBRON R -■■-■ 


OGOEN 


UTAH 


RICHARD FARL OAKS 


RROVO 


UTAH 


jAMfs R DHI.AO 


MISSION 




tflUM JE AN OBORN 


BOUNTIFUL 


UTAH 


MuK j obbien 


TULARE 


CAL 


TERR* JOHN OBRIEN 


FULLERTON 


CAL 


MICHAEL I '"AN oeoiEN 


RO SHELL 


N N 


SHARON .<■ OCKEY 


SALT LAAE 




ROBFRT I OCONNFLL 


GLENOAlE T 


CAL 


OON RAV OCKEY 


NEPHI 


UTAH 


BOftFBT On I AN 


OREM 


UTAH 


REVFRL* IAT ODONNAL 
WAMORU »'* 
VALIANT T OGAWA 


CHICAGO »6 


ILL 


ONTARIO 


ORE 


DAISY I Aw ANA ■■■■ «s 


MOSS POINT 


MISS 


COflwlN LANIER OGBORN 






CHARLES PAUL OGDEN 






JEANNE OGDEN 






MART N OGOEN 


BURBANA 


CAL 


SHARRON ■ OGOEN 


BEAVESTON 


ORE 


ROONET J OGDEN 


MILFORO 


UTAH 


REED ■ OGOEN 


SALT LAAE CTY 


UTAM 


WILLIAM ■ OGDEN 


RICHFIELD 


UTAH 


ROGER T OGnEN 


OlatmC 


C010 


LINDA RAF OGlFSBT 


PORTLAND IB 


ORE 


FREDERIC A OMRN 


DABICN 


CONN 


AROtTH L 01 EN 


SEATTLE *» 


RASH 


VERN J OkFLBERRY 


OAKLEY 


IDA 


MARION SACHlYO OKAWA 


MAUULA 




CARL R OlELBERRY 


SALT LACE CTY ) 


UTAH 


FAITH N OCAWA 


HAUU.A OAHU 




JEAN S Of IMURA 


HALE1NA 


HAH 


ELIZABETH A OLDROtD 


RICHFIELD 


UTAM 


-»-" THOMAS OLDROyD 


PROVO 


UTA* 


STEPHEN Ft OLDROYD 


PORTIAND 


ORE 


BEBT NILLlAM OLEART 


PROVO 


UTAM 


ANN OLFR 


SHEILET 


IDA 


PHILLIP - OlCR 


STIRLING AltA 


CAN 


AARON G OLE SON 


Clearfield 




ROBERT TOO HE OLIPHANT 


OPEN 




GEOGE NlLltAH OLIVER 


NONA 


UTAH 


,:--' E OLIVER 


DALLAS 


ICl 


•ENT S OtlvER 


LETHBRGE ALTA 


CAN 


iaThERINE I OLIVER 


RANCHYJ COR 00 V 


CAL 


joc l Oliver jr 


PROVO 


UTAH 


bichabo n Oliver 


ENGlEROOO 


COLO 


PATRICIA A OLIVER 


NATIONAL CITT 


CAL 


CARL ADAhS OLLERTON 


PHOENII 


ABII 


JOSEPH G OLE*IN 


PLEASANT GR 


UTAH 


LAWRENCE DON 0LP1N 


OGOEN 


UTAH 


JUNE OLPIN 


HEBER 


UTAH 


MOREEN OlPIN 


OGOEN 


UTAH 


ANITA N XSEN 


DOXNEY 


CAL 


NABBARA J OLSEN 


PORTIAND 


ORE 


BURTON 1 OLSFN 


EMERY 




FiLAtNE TREORICH OtSEN 


St GEORGE 


UTAH 


NBUCE L OLSEN 


ORANGEVlLLE 


UTAH 


BETH NAROELL OLSEN 


PROVO 


UTAH 


cabmen carson olsen 


am 


UTAH 


CONNIE LEE OtSEN 


PROVO 




DABLCNE OLSEN 


FAIR SANIS 


ALSK 


DAVID Bl«IB OLSEN 


SPANISH FORI 


UTAH 


OALF A OtSFN 


LAPuENTE 


CAL 


OON RIChaBO OLSEN 


OREM 


UTAH 


FATE H OlSEN 




UTAM 


GEORGIA A OLSEN 


PATSON 


UTAH 


hElfn »ate olsen 


HATWABD 


CAL 


HAB0L0 N OlSEN 


■OBlANO 


■TO 


HABOLO L OLSEN 


RARREN 


ORE 


JAMfS R OLSEN 


SPBINGvlLLC 


UTAH 


JAN IS OLSEN 


GRAND JUNCTIO 


COLO 


jETtc Olsen 


SALT LAAE 


UTAH 


JEBILTNN OLSEN 


FT COLLINS 


COLO 


iENNETh ■ OLSEN 


SALT LAKE CTY 




rENNETH ft OLSEN 


"ONTPfLIEN 


IDA 


LABRT OLSEN 


PROvO 


UTAH 


LABPT ■ OLSEN 


IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 


LAwRENCt R OLSEN 


GUNNISON 


COLO 


LEA OLSEN 


JEROME 


IOA 


MART P OLSEN 


THE DALLES 


ORE 


mABtAnN OLSEN 


SALT LA<£ CTY 




HAH* B OlSEN 


DORNEt 


CAL 


■NTlvIN E OLSfN 


PENDLETON 


ORE 


"EBILEE J OLSEN 


PROVO 


UTAH 


"NiLVlN EiiGENF OLSEN 






OSCAR OARVIN OLSEN 


PROVO 


UTAH 


RICHARD t OLSFN 


BRIGHAN CI TV 


UTAH 


ROGFR L OLiEN 


GUNNISON 


UTAH 


SAUNOBA lEE OLSEN 


MONROE 


UTAH 


AHARON LFE OLSEN 


CLEARFIELD 


UTAH 


■i-ioi olsen 


RESTON 


|0A 


TERRY JOHNSON OLSEN 


FAIRBANKS 


ALSA 


BABHABA OLSON 


alamath falls 


OflE 


riEL RAY OLSON 


SPANISH FORK 


UTAH 


DUANF ARvIL OLSON 


■ 1 OVALE 


UTAH 


DALE ■ OlSON 


KENNEMICA 


HASH 


FLLINA OlSON 


GlENOORA 


CAL 


EDMABO J OLSON 


NAPA 


CAL 


ERNFST G OLSON 


PATSON 


UTAH 


GEORGE » OLSON 


MANILA 


UTAH 


'.EBALOINF OLSON 


MURRAY 


UTAH 


ILENE JOyCE OlSON 


"IDVALE 




jERRl Olson 


LACEMOO0 


CAL 


jACOUtLlNE " OlSON 


LOS ANGELES 




JAMES * OLSON 


SEATTLE 


HASH 


"'"•"in OLSON 


alamath falls 


ORE 


»»»» ANNF OLSON 


lOS altos 


CAL 


hEBBILL h OlSON 


OREM 


UTAH 


TERRANCE D OLSON 


AIBUOUEROUE 




JOYCE OMAN 


altamont 


UTAH 




HAYMARO 


CAL 


SUSAN JOY ON&HAN 


OAKLAND 


CAL 


ORChIO MARIE ORENShAv 


SALT lake 


UTAH 


BOnalD hfBlE ORENShaw 


PROVO 


UTAM 


ROBERT G OPENSHAH 


El PASO 


TEA 


laur* Elaine opr 


TAMRA 


FLA 


GERALD M ORCharo 


RHITTIER 


CAL 


CECIL C ORCHARO 


OREN 


UTAH 


LIN1A B flRD 


VAN NUTS 


CAL 


JOHN C ORD 


PROVO 


UTAH 


FRFn HERMAN ORMF 


PROVO 


UTAH 


PATTY L ORMSBEE 


GBANO jct 


COLO 


IVAN C ORR 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


ElMOINE FVWt 


BOISE 


IDA 


CONNIE SUE ORR 


mEOFORD 


OREG 


FftnlN CORDFLL OBB 






CAROL L ORR 


lEThBROG ALTA 


CAN 


DOUGLAS B ORB 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


VIRGINIA ORR 


BOISE 


|0A 


LESLIE I ORROCi 


RIVERSIDE 


CAL 


ELTON J OBTON 


SALT LAKE CT» 


UTAH 


NARNARA L ORTON 


SPRINGFIELD 


MASS 


lINOA L ORtON 


NENLO PARK 


CAL 



I9B, SOS. i;> 



2*5. JOS. SIS 



AATHRTNE ORTON 
RONNO ORION 
CORHlN L OSBORM 
DOUGLAS H 0S60RN 
ROBERT t OSBORN 
CAROL E OSBORNE 
JOHN L OSCARSON 
SHARON OSGUThORRE 
SHARON OSKET 
MICHAEL 0SSOLA 
ALTCE C OSTlER 
CAAOl j OSTLER 
FlOtD LAVELL OSIlER 

Glenn lerot ostler 

MARCIA LTNNE OSTLER 
NELLIE NADINE OSTLER 
THOMAS MORRIS OSTLER 
PAUL M OSTlCh 
00* O OStlUftO 
BEVERLY J OShalO 
ALVIN N OTTE 
FfiANCIS C OTTERSTBON 
FRANK I OTTEftSIRON 
CHRISTINE OTTERSTBON 
jOaNN OTTOSCN 
CARnA G OtTOSEN 
JAMES RAYMOND OTTO 
ElLT V OUOENANS 
Cherry GatlE OVERALL 
GERALD GlEN OVERLT 
JUDILVNN OvERSBt 
LANON A OVIATT 
JUDITH MARIE OhEN 
AuDBET C OHfNS 
LYNN JAY OhENS 
ANTHONY C OIBOBROm 
DEE EOHARD OILED 
DEAN OUAYLE OYlER 
DENNIS J OTLEB 



linda £ paaso 
susan e paaso 
alfreo lahrence pau 
bonnie pace 
aaarin pace 
kaben pace 
linda jean pace 
majioen a pace 

RONALD I 



BALP1 



PACE 



1M. .)«. Ill 



SHEBRIE G PACE 
RUSSELL T PACK 
VERNON H PACK 
BEBNARO E PACKARD 
DENNIS 8 PACKARD 
80TD KENNETH PACKER 
60NNIE FERN PACKER 
DOTTIE D PACKER 
MAuBINE PACKER 

merrill l packer 
june packer 
itnn packer 
jonny packer 
sharon l packer 
vonda packer 
Susan m packer 
pamela packer 
thane garron packer 
carol packham 
-'.:.:■ arthur packhah 
steven c packman 

SHIRlET v PAETSCh 

SHARON LIN PAOOOCK 

CAROLE T PAGAN 

GARY lEE PAGE 

JANET L PAGC 

OSHAlDO TGNACIO PAIVA 

lahrence r pa1nton 
Alan hIllard palmer 
donald s palmer 
david asael palmer 
'-.shi jean palmer 
douglas ■ palmer 
charles b palmer 
ethel a palmer 

HAlEl JEANETIE PALMER 
JERAlD LEON PALMER 
JAMES LYNN PALMER 
JOHN E PALMER 
LINDA PALMER 
LOUISE PAINCR 
NORMAN JAMES PALMER 
NINA G PALMER 
RAGENA PALMEB 
BICHARO F PalmCB 
ATHENA L PALSSON 
VIRGINIA L PANATTONI 
Ch| kEE PANG 
KATHRYN E PANCOAST 
LUN KEE PANG 
KATmERINE C PAMGlE 
PERRY PANG 
ANNETTE M PANCMERI 
MARILYN H PANGlE 
MARY ANN PANATTONI 
HERBERT O PAPENFUSS 
PATRICIA A PAPhORTH 
ROBERT L PaRChhan 
RONALD L PARIS 
JUDITH A PARKS 
DARREL T PABaE 

•-. . morgan pabke 
keith a parke 
kent c parke 

btron maurice parker 
bbent e parker 
bonnie parker 
carolyn a parker 
don byron parker 
ooreen a parker 
giles eslie parker 
john r parker 
juOy a Parker 
kenneth r parker 

LlNOA C PARKER 

lenore parker 
karen Frances Parker 
ouane c parkin 
keith b parkinson 
mart e Parkinson 
marilyn p parkinson 
Robert j Parkinson 
stanlet c Parkinson 

BEVERLY JO PARKS 
LORAlEE PARLE 

carol l parks 
naby alice parks 
roy e parle 
leilani j parrish 
carolyn a parrish 
sharon e parrish 
juoith parry 
patricia jean parrt 
maurice parrt 
dorothy d parsons 
alan a partridge 
jerri alvin partridge 
l [no* l partridge 

UlENE PASKETT 
KAY LOUISE PASKETT 
OHAYN CRANER PASKETT 
VERNENE J PASSMORE 
LINOA G PASTOR 
THORNTON PASTON 
EllEN SUE PATCHELL 
PATRICIA L PATTEt 
DARLA D PATTEN 
CHAD BRENT PATTEN 
BENTON PENROO PATTEN 
GAviORO P PATTEN 
AAROL P PATTEN 
-...:*■» ■ PATTEN 

bonnie k patterson 
caroltn Patterson 
dennis ivan patterson 

HuCr a PATTERSON 
KEN! R PATTERSON 
LlNOA M PATTERSON 
RAY PATTERSON 
STEPHEN MM PATTERSON 
SUSAN JANE PATTERSON 
SYivlA j PATTERSON 
I LA JOAN PAtTON 
JAMES PATTON 
SUSAN M PAUGM 
K LYNN PAUL 
CHARLES LEO PAUL 
KANAKAOlE PUALANt 
STELLA JEFFERT PAULK 
JULIE A PAULL 
STELLA JEFFERT PAULK 
VIVIAN PAULSEN 
JANET B PAULSEN 
ALICE I PAULSON 



RLEASANI GR 


'J' AH 


SALT IAAE CtT 


UTAH 


PROVO 


UTAM 


HARDEN 


HASH 


MOSS POINT 


HISS 


LONG BEACM 


CAL 


LOGAN 


UTAH 


Ml OVALE 


UTAH 


pleasant gr 


UTAH 


SALT lAAC CTV 


UtAN 


SAUNAS 


CAl 


CASTRO VALlET 


CAL, 


eilllNGS 


MMT 


PROVO 


UTAH 


PROVO 


UTAH 


Thin falls 


IOA 


PROVO 


UTAH 


NEPHl 


UTAH 


NEPmI 


UTAH 


PHOENII 


ARIi 


PALO ALTO 


CAL 


OOESSA 


IE« 


CASTlE HALE 






CAL 


BURBANK 


CAL 


MEEKER 


COLO 


ROOSEvElI 


UTAH 


LOS AN6ELLS 


CAL 


PBOVO 


UTAH 


CLIFTON 


ARII 


PROVO 


UTAH 


ARCAOIA 


CAL 


TACONA 


HASH 


OAKLANO 


CAL 


CARSTAIRS ALT 


CAN 


PROVO 


UTAH 


LAS VEGSiS 


Nt. 


PUEBLO 


COLO 


BRIGHAN CITY 


UTAH 


0B1GMAM CITT 


UTAH 



SIONET C PAULSON 
OSHALOO YGNACIO PAVtA 
DAVID A PA1MAN 



AM H9t 1*1 



VENTURA 


CAL 




VENTURA 


CAL 


191 


PROVO 


UTAH 




PRICE 


UTAH 




OREN 




>*7 


PROVO 


UlAM 




PROVO 


UTAH 




CHANDLER 


»- ; .' 




COALVILLE 


UTAH 




PROVO 


UTAH 


39S 


PROVO 


UTAH 




GRACE 


IOA 


371 


SHERMAN OAKS 


CAL 




BOUNTIFUL 


UTAH 


tM 


SPRIMGVIllE 


UlAH 




PLEASANT GROVE 


UTAH 




UENVER 


COLO 


5T* 


BLACKFOOT 


IDA 




SI ANTHONY 


IOA 




BLACKFOOT 


IDA 




DILLON 


MONT 


133 
III 


PHOENII 


ARIE 


191. 320 


FRANKLIN 


IDA 


131 


BLACKFOOT 


IOA 




PROVO 


UTAH 


IV I 


PROVO 


UTAH 


222. I!* 


FAIRFIELD 


IDA 


3ST 


JEROME 


IDA 


AOV 


FAlRFItLO 


IDA 


333 


SOOA SPRINGS 




316 


CALOhELL 


IOA 




OREM 


UTAH 




Ennctt 


IDA 




ROSEMEAO 


CAL 


322 


LIMA 


PERU 




HOOOLAND HILL 


CAL 


3S» 


RUCk island 


ILL 




LEHI 


UTAH 




LtTMBRIOGE 


CAN 


19*. 3AT 


SAN DIEGO 


CAL 


31* 


SALINA 


UTAH 


3*9 


GRANTSVILLE 


UlAH 


3A3 


KIRTLAND 


N M 




PROVO 


UTAH 




SHELLEY 


IDA 




LAS VEGAS 


NEV 


3S1 


CHICAGO 


ILL 




PASADENA 


CAL 




MESA 


ABU 


311 


HHITTIER 


CAL 




F ARM | MG TON 






1 GNAC 1 O 


COLO 


31A 


TOOELE 


UTAH 




OUINCY 


HASS 




GALVESTON 


TEI 




IOMLOON h k 


CHIN 


216 


COMCORO 


CAL 


Ml 


HONG KONG 


CHIN 


216. 3T* 


ALAMEDA 


CAL 




1ST FLOOR 




21* 


IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 




AI.AMEOA 


CAL 


33* 


GALVESTON 


TEA 




OREM 


UTAH 




PORTLANO 


ORE 


32 S 


DE1ROIT 2B 


MICH 




SINCLAIR 


HTO 


31S 


RICMFIELO 


UTAH 


3*3 


CAREY 


IDA 




CAREY 


IDA 




LONG BEACH S 


CAL 


31B 


LONG BEACH S 


CAL 


SIB 


SANDY 


UTAH 




JUNCTION CITY 


OREG 


I»T 


PAYSON 


UTAH 


320 


PAYSON 


UTAH 




LANCASTER 


CAL 


320 


JUNCTION CITY 


OREG 


22*. *03 


BOZEMAN 


NOM! 




BURBANK 


CAL 




BAPAUME SASK 


CAN 


2 32. 3*9 


SALT LAKE CTT 6 




32* 


PAYSON 


UTAH 




VEllSVJILE 


UTAH 




BOUNTIFUL 


UTAH 




REIBURG 


IDA 




SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


320 


REIBURG 


IDA 




SPANISH FORK 


UTAH 


33* 


ARCO 


IDA 




ANDERSON 


I NO 


3SB 


SACRAMENTO 12 


CAL 


341 


HHITTIER 


CAL 


3*0 


COOY 


HYO 




SACRANENTO S 


CAL 


37* 


RICHLAND 


HASH 


31* 


LOONIS 


CAL 


3*3 


OAKLANO 


CAL 


316 


ARLINGTON 


VA 


31* 


ARLINGTON 


VA 


1*7 


CEDAR CITY 


UTAH 


13B. 610 


HOOD RIVER 


ORE 


3*3 


PANGUITCH 


UTAH 


232 


PIMGREE 


IOA 




PINGREE 


IDA 


3*3 


OAKLEY 


IDA 


227, 316 


JEROME 


IOA 


130 


EVERETT 


HASH 


232 


GRIOLEY 


CAL 




LIVINGS TON 


N J 


233 


CHINOOK 


MONT 


3*9 


PHOENII 


ARII 


32* 


EISINORE 


CAL 


131 


OREM 


UTAH 




PROVO 


UTAH 


«09 


ELBERTA 






PROVO 


UTAH 




AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 




R 1 CmF 1 1 10 




320 


LLEARF1EL0 


UtAH 


131. 31* 


PALNOALE 


CAL 




UPLAND 


CAL 


3*9 


SHEET HONE 


ORE 




RICHFIELD 


IDA 


221 


LAS VEGAS 


NEV 


33* 


LAS VEGAS 


NEV 


3SB 


EL MONTE 


CAL 




PROVO 


UTAH 


132 


BAKER 


OREG 


333 


FERGUS FALLS 


MINN 


IS*. 203 


OREM 


UTAH 


22*. 373 


PEARSON 


GA 


21 


I0AHO FALLS 


IDA 


3*0 


SALT LAKE CTT 


UTAH 


1*7 


PROVO 


UTAH 




PELICAN RAPID 


NIRM 





Elmer k oaiman 


HASHING TON 


UlAM 


VAUGHN J PAAMAN 


NEPMI 


UTAH 


ROBERT CHARLES PAaTON 


SANTA ROSA 


CAL 


THORNTON S PAITON 


SANTA ROSA 


CAL 


DONNA PAVNE 


PBOVO 


UTAH 


OElBERT P, PAYNE 


VO ON ALTA 


CAN 


DONNA L PAYNE 


BLAND IMG 


UTAH 


DONALD LFE PAYNE 


PROVO 


UTAH 


(RISTIN PAYNE 


GEORGETOWN 


ID* 


MARIANNE PAYNE 


AIBUOUEROUE 




PAUL* JEAN PAYNE 


PALM SPRINGS 


CAL 


ROBERT L PATNE 


BlANOING 


UTAH 


RICHARD HILLIAM PAYNE 


BLANOING 


UTAH 


SANDRA K PATNE 


MASSAPEOUA PK 


N T 


vesta lOuISE Payne 


HESPERUS 


COLO 


EVALTN BFLINDA PEACE 


SALINAS 


CAL 


PAULINE G PEACOCK 


SAN GABRIEL 


CAL 


OALE B PFARCE 


TONCALLA 


ORE 


CAThERINF m peabce 


BEAVER 


UTAH 


CORINNE H PEABCE 


LOS ANGELES 


CAL 


CHERYL PFARCE 


RIVERSIDE 


CAL 


CORA V PFARCE 


LOS ANGELES 


CAL 


CAROLTN PEARCE 


RIVERSIDE 


CAL 


MERLE KENT PEARCE 


SAN JUAN BRA 


CAL 


ALVA JOANN PEARSON 


HlLLIAMS 


ARIZ 


OELBERT P PEARSON 


BLACKFOOT 


IDA 


OAVIO G PEARSON 


MURRAY 1 


UTAH 


Elisabeth a pearson 


MURRAY 1 


UTAH 


hOhARO S PEARSON 


PALO ALTO 


CAL 


GEBI PEARSON 






1.ENNAPT j PEARSON 


IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 


MICHAEL S PEABSOM 


PORTLANO 11 


ORE 


MARIAN PFARSON 


FAIRFIELD 


MONT 


RICHARD " PEARSON 


PROVO 


UTAH 


ROONEY C PEARSON 


FARNINGTOM 


N N 


ROBERT v PEARSON 


FAIRFIELD 


MONT 


SANDRA PFABSON 


MOORE 


IDA 


STEPhAN PEARSON 


DELTA 


UTAM 


ELAINE PFART 


RICHMOND 


UTAM 


OONALO B PEART 


RICMLAMO 


WASH 


LORALEE PEAT 


TXIN FALLS 


IDA 


LAURENCE G P€*Y 


PROVO 


UTAM 


LOIS LODFNE PEAT 


TWIN FALLS 


IDA 


SALLY PEAY 


SPRINGVILlE 


UTAH 


TEDDY S RFAY 


ALBUOUEBOUE 




ANITA LOlIISE PECK 


PENOLETON 


OREG 


CHARLENE J peck 


SALT LAKE CTT 


UTAH 


ISAAC DAN PECK 


LEHI 


UTAH 


LOUIS C PECK 


CAREY 


IDA 


GILBERT PEOEBSEN 


SALT LAKE CTT 


UTAM 


JUDITH M PEDERSEN 


BBENTHOOO 


CAL 


PhOEBE J PEDERSEN 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


DAVID BAI.PH PEDERSON 


DOWNEY 


CAL 


jOROAN C PEOERSON 


SALT LAKE 


UTAH 


PAUL " PFOERSON 


PROVO 


UTAH 


Thomas FfRBIL PEEL 


LOS ANGELES S« 


C*L 


LARRY M PFFB 


OGDEN 


UTAM 


OHEN M PFELEB 


FARMING TON 


N N 


DONNA JEAN PEFLEV 


PROVO 


UTAM 


OALE PEERY 


PAYSON 


UTAM 


DENNIS L PEEBY 


OREM 


UTAH 


JANET L PFOHl 


RICHLAND 


WASH 


BRUCE NATHAN PEHBSON 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAM 


IDA S PEIRCE 


PROVO 


UTAH 


IZABEL P PEHOTO 


PONTO ALEGRE 


BRAZ 


CHARLES PEMBERTON 


TIE TON 


WASH 


SHABON L PENDLEBURY 


BLACKFOOT 


IDA 


JACKSON PEMBERTON 


TIETON 


WASH 


EDHARD P PELCIAI 


NANA 




PHOEBE PFNDEBSDN 






RONNIE J PENOLETON 


LEHI 


UTAH 


LOhELL M PENDREY 


NONTPElIER 


IOA 


DOYLE STANLEY PENFOLD 


HAGERMAN 


IOA 


JACK L PfNI* JR 


REDOING 


CAL 


DONNA I PENNEY 


STOCKTON 


UTAM 


CAROLTN I PENNINGTON 


HAMPSHIRE 


TERN 


Charles n Pennington 


ATHENS 


TEI 


GAIL ANN PENNINGTON 


CASTRO VALLET 


CAL 


LOUISE PENNINGTON 


ATHENS 


TEI 


MARIE L PFNROD 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


KENT H PFNROSE 


MAI AD 


IDA 


CABLTLE • PEBKES 


AI.HAMBRA 


CAL 


CURTIS N PERKINS 


JEROME 


IOA 


COLLEEN C PERKINS 


PROVO 


UTAH 


FRANKLIN JAY PERKINS 


PROVO 


UTAH 


GEORGE * PERKINS 


PROVO 


UTAH 


LOUIS L RERUNS 


BOULDER 


COLO 


J HAtNE PERKINS 


SAN YSIORO 


CAL 


LElA R PfRKlNS 


DRAGERTON 


UTAM 


LYNN RERUNS 






VIOLET M PERKINS 


OREN 


UTAM 


SHABON L PEBIINS 


COSTA MESA 


CAL 


TERRT R PERKINS 


COSTA MESA 


CAL 


MERRILL H PERMANN 


ROCKLANO 


IDA 


KATHLEEN | PEBONA 


PLEASANT HILL 


CAL 


LINOA JO PERMANN 


ROCKLAND 


IDA 


OON M PEBAV 


SUNSET 


UTAM 


OEVERN JAY PERRY 


BRIGHAN CITT 


UTAM 


DEE ANNE PERRT 


PRESTON 


IDA 


OAHN MAE PERRY 


APPlETON 


WIS 


DOUGLAS C PERRY 


PBOVO 


UTAH 


JOHN BINGHAM PERRY 


VALENTINE 


ARIZ 


MARY C PFBRT 


HILLARD 


UTAH 


HARvIM PFRRY 






PATRICIA PERSY 


MAPLE TON 


UTAH 


VERNEAN ■ PERRY 


PROVO 


UTAM 


SHARON PERRY 


SCOTTSDALE 


ARIZ 


STEPHEN L PERRY 


PROVO 


UTAM 


SUZANN E PERRY 


I0AMO FALLS 


IDA 


RICHABD ALLtN PERSONS 


MARTINEZ 


CAL 


GERALD LYNN PERSSON 


PAYSON 


UTAH 


ROBERT £ PETEREIT 


SODA SPRINGS 


ID* 


HENRY H PETERS 


NANAKULI 


MAW 


DALE MICHAEL PETERS 


AMEBICAN FORK 


UTAM 


ALMA P PfTERSEN 


DELTA 


UTAH 


ARTHUR E PETERSEN 


SALT LAKE 


UTAH 


DIANA C PETERSEN 


CARLSBAD 


CAL 


DONALD H PETERSEN 


SUBLET 




ERMA P PFTERSEN 


PROVO 


UTAH 


JANE C PETERSEN 


PACIFICA 


CAL 


MEivIN C PETERSEN JR 


BUTTE 


MMT 


mElvIn j PETERSEN 


PROVO 


UTAM 


NORMA LARENE PETERSEN 


AMERICAN FORK 


UTAM 


BOLANO PFTERSEN 


MASON 


NEV 


BOBFRT L PETERSEN 


PROVO 


UTAM 


MAVME BRYAN PETERSEN 


HINCKLEY 


UTAH 


ALLAN H PETERSON 


RUPERT 


IOA 


ANNFTTE PETERSON 


OTHELLO 


WASH 


ARTHUR B PETERSON 


SAKERSFIELO 


CAL 


BERKLEY PETERSON 


HENDERSON 


NEV 


BETTY JUNE PETERSON 


CEDAREOGE 


COLO 


BEVERLY A PETERSON 


RICHFIELD 


UTAH 


CAROL J PETERSON 


HUNTINGTON PK 


CAL 


CAMILLE PETERSON 


HOLLYWOOD 


CAL 


CECIL P PETERSON 


OREM 


UTAM 


CAROLINE G PETERSON 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAM 


CARL KAY PETERSON 


BUHL 


IDA 


CABOLE pfterson 


SANTAOUIN 


UTAH 


ChaBLES fl PETERSEN 


OREM 


UTAH 


CLYDE PETERSON 


LITTIEFIELO 


ARIZ 


Clarence petebson 


CHESTER 


MONT 


Clayton beed Peterson 


NEOFOBO 


OREG 


DAVIO L PETERSON 


TULSA 


OKLA 


OAN A PETERSON 


PLEASANT GR 


UTAH 


DENNIS E PETERSON 


PROVO 


UTAH 


DIONNE C PETERSON 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


DONNA PETERSON 


PBOVO 


UTAM 


DOROTHY A PETERSON 


OREM 


UTAH 


DOUGLAS F PETERSON 


SALT LAKE 


UTAM 


EDHABO D PETERSON 


PROVO 


UTAM 


Elaine pfterson 


MY RUM 


UTAH 


ElwOOO R PETERSON 


SNOhFlAkE 


ARIZ 


GARY PETEBSON 


BOISE 


IDA 


goroon a l len Peterson 


CONCORD 


CAL 


GRANT L PETERSON 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


HENRY FRANDS PETERSON 


BLANOING 


UTAH 


IDA R PETERSON 


KINGMAN 


ARIZ 


JACK H PFTERSON 


PROVO 


UTAH 


JAY C PETEBSON 


ELKO 


NEV 


JIM PETERSON 






JOHN A PFTERSON 


HEBER 


UTAH 


JOY GAY PETERSON 


BELL FLOWER 


CAL 


KARL D PFTERSON 


PROvO 


UTAH 


KAREN PETEBSON 


FALLBROOK 


CAL 


IAREN PETERSON 


IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 


LEIGH A PETERSEN 


I0AHO FALLS 


IOA 


lEROY C PETERSON 


MUSKOGEE 


OKL 


LE*IS V PETERSON 


GARDE NA 


CAL 


LVNOA J PETERSON 


RIVERSIDE 


CAL 


MARGARET PETERSON 


GRACE 


IOA 


MARTHA A PETERSON 


OREM 


UTAH 


HARLAINE B PETERSON 


BURLEY 




NERVIN PETERSON 


CALGARY ALTA 


CAN 


NORMA P PETERSON 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


PEGGY L PETERSON 


AMERICAN FORI 


UTAH 


RALPH E PETERSON 


OGDEN 


UTAH 


ROBERT H PETERSON 


PROVO 


UTAH 


ROBERT G PETERSON 


BELMONT 


CAL 


RONALO B PETERSON 


BOUNTIFUL 


UTAH 


BONAIO M PETERSON 


LOS ALTOS 


CAL 


ROYAL EDHlN PETERSON 


PROVO 


UTAH 


SARAH HElCN PETERSON 


NT PLEASANT 


UTAH 


SHARON KAT PETERSON 


COPPARTON 




SALLY PETERSON 






THOMAS F PETERSON 


KINGMAN 


ARIZ 


THELMA ANN PETERSON 


HVRUM 


UTAH 


CAROLE J PETRILLOSE 


ITHACA 


N V 



21B. 222. 22*. 229 



AH 2*0. ADO 



20S. 26*. 300 



426 



KAY PETIEY 
MARILYN BETH PETTIT 
EDGAR B PETTLEV 
WILLIAM R PETIIT 
KAYE H PETTY 
JAMES HARLOW PEXTON 
RONALD D PUION 
KAREN M PFEIFEA 
PARRI PEZISHKt 
LARRY E PHAIR 
SUZANNE B PHAIR 
BONNIE JEAN PHELPS 

eldon o Phelps 

JUDITH E PHELPS 
OELLA J PHILIPS 

barbara j phillips 
carolyn sue phillips 
garry lana phillips 
kent gordon phillips 
ken c phillips 
joann f phillips 
jerry Clyde phillips 
linoa jean Phillips 
robert phillips 
valle phillips 
patricia phippen 
alan j phipps 
sharen r phipps 
sue phoir 
oonna l pierce 
linoa lee pierce 
joanne pierce 
niles pierce 
sharion louise pierce 
ronald l pierce 
patricia a pierce 
ronald allen pierce 

WILLIAM D PtERPONT 

ferril c pierpont 
connie pierson 
patricia pierson 
lorna rae pike 
karen elizabeth plhl 
jerald dean pilling 
bryce clair pilling 
wayne k pilling 
linoa d pilling 
richard d pincock 
kathryn pincock 
Clyde s pinebird 
william c pine 
dale e pinegar 
robert m pinkerton 
carol lynn pinks ton 
bernard a piorkowski 
james h pinney 
susan pinnev 
james h pipkin 
arthur russell piper 
issa pirouznia 
peter oavio pistey 
shirojan pirzadeh 
annette c pitcher 
arminta pitcher 
leanne pitcher 
elaine m pitcher 
frederick r pitman 
carol a pitman 
robert paul pittman 



LAVAL 



ITTS 



richard b pixton 
christopher c pixton 
penelope l plass 
jon Frederic plank 
lyman d platt 
verlene m platter 
hal kent plat is 
steven platts 
jean player 
carl e pletscm 

STANLEY J PLEwE 
RUX M PLOTT 
MARTI A PLOCHER 
LESLIE S PLOTTS 
JANICE L POCOCK 
GERALD H POCHUREK 
JACK D POER 
MELVIN E POBAN2 
ALLEN L POCOCK 
BARBARA D POGUE 
CHRISTINA POKITIS 
CONSTANTINO* POLITIS 
CHRISTINA L POLITIS 
HARRY RONALD POLL 
GEORGE SPIROS POLITIS 
EVERETT J POLLARD 
JAMES E POLLOCK 
JOHN W POLLOCK 
JULIE A POLLY 
BERNICE F POND 
CAROLYN POND 
FARELYN POND 
DANA J POND 
DOUGLAS WILLIAM POND 
DONALD G POOLE 
GEORGE ARLEND POOLE 
CHARLES F POPE 
DAL L POPE 
KARL T POPE 
PHYLLIS J POPE 
CHARLES J PORTER 
CAROLE L PORTER 
BLAINE D PORTER 
EOSON R PORTER 
FREDINA SUE PORTER 
JUDITH A PORTER 
KAREN PORTER 
LEAOY EARL PORTER 
LEXIE R PORTER 
RICHARD PORTER 
RENEE ROBINSON PORTER 
RUTH ALICE PORTER 
ROGER S PORTER 
ROBERT F PORTER JR 
VONDA C PORTER 
SHERHON HAROLD PORTER 
SALLY J PORTER 
WILLIAM DALE PORTER 
■ DALE PORT IE 
WESTON EARL PORTER 
BARBARA J POSSINGER 
LINDA J POSTLEWAITE 
DWIGHT L POTTER 
CAROLYN GRACE POTTER 
ADA G POTTER 
GLENN THOMPSON POTTER 
TEO W POTTER 
CHARLES A POTTS 
OwlGHT f POULUS 
FRANK A POULSON 
CRAIG L POULSEN 
GERALDINE POULSEN 
JAMES E POULSEN 
ROBERT POULSEN 
ALMA J POULSON 
JERALO F POULSON 
LYNN OTTO POULSON 
VERNON CARL POULTER 
VERNON POUTLER 
CAROLYN M POULTON 
LENA PEARL POULTON 
WILLIAM ROGER POULTON 
KAREN ANN POUTALA 
CONSTANTINE D POUFOS 

Charles E pOwEll 

BONNIE ILENE POWELL 
JO ANN POWELL 
LYNN KESLER POWELL 
LEON ANGUS POWELL 
LORNA E POWELL 
MERLA ANN POWELL 
RONNIE JEANNE POWELL 
RICHARD WM POWELL 
WILLIAM E POWELL 
ANN POWELSON 
COLLEEN RUTH POwELSON 
KATHRYNE POWELSON 
SHARON L POWERS 
BRENT MCGEE PRATLEY 
ELENA PRATT 
GLENDA RAE PRATT 
GREGORY EVANS PAATI 
JOSEPH M PRATT 
LOIS JEAN PHATI 
LINDA LEE PRATT 
RENDELL w PRATT 

richard m pratt 
lawana pratt 
paul alf pratte 
franza naoine paeator 
sandra j pressett 
patricia ann prescott 
marvin k prescott 
glenua prescott 
donald reed preston 
jerry g prestridge 
Thomas m preston 
becky j prestwich 
gloria prestwich 
judy prestwich 
linda j prevatt 



SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


31* 


SALT LAKE CTY1 


T UTAH 


33* 


LAKE WORTH 


FLA 




BAKER5F1ELD 


CAL 


32* 


PALO ALTO 


CAL 




NEPHl 


UTAH 




SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


128 


RESEDA 


CAL 




AE2AIYEH 


IRAN 




KLAMATH FALLS 


ORE 




KLAMATH FALLS 


ORE 


320 


Ml OVALE 


UTAH 


1TB 


PROVO 


UTAH 




PORTLAND 


ORE 


31* 


PASADENA 


TEA 


328 


LEH1 


UTAH 


SIS 


PROVO 


UTAH 


397 


EL SEGUNDO 


CAL 




PROVO 


UTAH 




RUPERT 


IDA 




PROVO 


UTAH 




ALEXANDRIA 


LA 


3*3 


PANACA 


NEV 


20fri 292 


PROVO 


UTAH 




TEMPE 


ARIZ 




HILTON 


CONN 


2*9. 3*0 


OGDEN 


UTAH 


31 T 


OREM 


UTAH 


12* 


GARDENA 


CAL 




SAN JACINTO 


CAL 


317 


PROVO 


UTAH 




AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 




SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 




EL PASO 


TEX 


160. 3*9 


HOSES LAKE 


WASH 


3sa 


SUNNYSIOE 


UTAH 




SAN PEDRO 


CAL 


»■ 


PROVO 


UTAH 




SANDY 


UTAH 


390 


BURBANK 


CAL 


12S. 190 


TACOMA 22 WASH 


3** 






390 


MAGRATH ALIA 


CAN 




LEAVITT ALTA 


CAN 




PICTURE BUTTE 


CAN 


33 7 


PIC BUTTE ALT 


CAN 


320 


SUGAR CITY 






CALDWELL 


IOA 


3*9 


PALM SPRINGS 


CAL 


328 


BURLEY 


IDA 


313 


PROVO 


UTAH 




HARO 1 N 


MONT 


33* 


HO HOLLYWOOD 


CAL 


139 


PERTH AMBOY 


N J 


229* 391 


WHITEFISH 


MONT 


322 




CAL 




PROVO 


UTAH 




PROVO 


UTAH 


3*0 


FARHANG AVE 






LOS ANGELES »! 


1 CAL 


197 


PROVO 


UTAH 




OAKLANO 


CAL 




SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


320 


DON MILLS ONT 






LOS ANGELES 60 CAL 


3*0 


EUREKA 


MONT 


322 


PORTLAND 


OAE 


317 


PALO ALTO 


CAL 




PAOVO 


UTAH 




SALT LAKE CTY : 


! UTAH 


12b 


FT LAWTON 


WASH 


13*. 320 


POUGHKEEPSIE 


N Y 


317 


CULVER CITY 


CAL 


371 


WHIT TIER 


CAL 




YAKIMA 




32B 


LYMAN 


WYO 




PAUL 


IOA 




MURRAY 1 


UTAH 


133. 311 


CUNNEAUT 


OHIO 




LAS VEGAS 


NEV 


313 


SANTA ANA 


CAL 




TRAVIS A F B 


CAL 


315 


TACOMA 


WASH 


322 


ONTARIO 


CAL 


3*0 


PROVO 


UTAH 


33 7 


PINE TOP 


ARIZ 




OGDEN 


UTAH 




SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


19T 


HOUSTON 


TEX 


33 3 

12S 


PROVO 


UTAH 




SAN FRANCISCO 


CAL 




SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 




LEFKAS 


GREC 




GAAND JCT 


COLO 


131. 320 


PROVO 


UTAH 




PROVO 


UTAH 




LONG BEACH 


CAL 


1*3. 328 


SALT LAKE 


UTAH 


228 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


131. 333 


Ml OVALE 


UTAH 


21*. 318 


PAOVO 


UTAH 




HAMMOND 


IND 




PRESTON 


IDA 




WOODLAND 


CAL 




EMMETT 


IDA 


373 


PROVO 


UTAH 


U*. 211. 


INDEPENDENCE 


MO 


313 


SACRAMENTO 


CAL 




SAN DIEGO 


CAL 


32B 


PROVO 


UTAH 


21b> HI 


SUN RIVER 


MONT 




CUSHING 


OKLA 


191 


OGDEN 


UTAH 


311 


ONTARIO 




187. 3*7 


PROVO 


UTAH 




SUN RIVER 


MONT 




OREM 


UTAH 




PROVO 


UTAH 




PORT ANGELES 


WASH 


331 


OVERTON 


NEV 


217 


N HOLLYNOOD 


CAL 


311. 21b 


PROVO 


UTAH 


213 


PROVO 


UTAH 




OGDEN 


UTAH 


328 


VI DOR 


TEX 


328 


MESA 


ARIZ 


331 


CAESCENT CTY 


CAL 


313 


PRINCETON 


ILL 


3*0 


PAOVO 


UTAH 


3*1 


OERWOOD 


MD 


38. 300 


SEASIDE 


CAL 




WASHINGTON 


c 





RICHFIELD 


UfAH 


ORLAND 


CAL 


OGOEN 


UTAH 


DUCHESNE 


UTAH 


SAN RAFAEL 


CAL 


OREM 


UTAH 


BRIGHAN CITY 


UTAH 


SAN LEANDRO 


CAL 


RUPERT 


IDA 


OAKLEY 


IDA 


PORTLAND 23 


OREG 


ST MARYS 


GA 


LEH1 


UTAH 


ST HELENS 


OR EG 


PROVO 


UTAH 


ST HELENS 


OREG 


PAYSON 


UTAH 


LEH| 


UTAH 


RICHLAND 


HASH 


DUCHESNE 


UTAH 


SAN BRUNO 


CAL 


GOSHEN 


UTAH 


BYRON 


HYO 


SALT LAKE CTY17 


UTAH 


BOISE 


IDA 


PROVO 


UTAH 


PROVO 


UTAH 


LETHBAOG ALTA 


CAN 


SAULI STE MAA 


MICH 


PROVO 


UTAH 


DOWNEY 


CAL 


OREM 


UTAH 


MELBA 


IDA 


PROVO 


UTAH 


TWIN FALLS 


IDA 


LETH8R0G ALTA 




SALT LAKE 


UTAH 


DRAGERTON 


UTAH 


JtROME 


IDA 


GRACE 


IDA 


KAMAS 


UTAH 


CLIFTON 


ARIZ 


NAUVOO 


ALA 






(MEN 


UTAH 


PMOVO 


UTAH 


PAOVO 


UTAH 


WINTER PARK 


FLA 



317, 133. 2bb 



CLAIR E PRICE 


PORTLAND 


ORE 


GLORIA R PRICE 


PROVO 


UTAH 


GAIL L PRICE 


TWIN FALLS 


IDA 


JOHN PRICE 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


judith Esther price 


HENOERSON 


NEV 


JAMES WILLIAM PRICE 


LEHI 




LLOYD DAVIDSON PRICE 


HALES 


UTAH 


MARIANNE PRICE 


KANOSH 


UTAH 


MARGARET A PRICE 


LONG BEACH 


7 CAL 


PAMELA ANN PRICE 


LAS VEGAS 


NEV 


SANDRA E PRICE 


BESSEMER 


ALA 


DAVIO E PRICKETT 


GEORGE TOHN 


OHIO 


KAYE PRIOAY 


AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 


PETER G PRINA 


ELY 


NEV 


JEANETTE PRINA 


ELY 


NEV 


CAROLYN PRINCE 


OREM 


UTAH 


DONALD PRINCE 


SAN DIEGO 


CAL 


GERALD L PRINCE 


HAGERMAN 


IOA 


DIANE PRINCE 


OAEM 


UTAH 


JAMES C PRINCE 


ST GEORGE 




JANET PRINCE 


SAN 01 EGO 


9 CAL 


ROBFRT L PRINCE 


E ELY 


NEV 


STEVEN TOM PRINCE 


MENLO PARK 


CAL 


WILLIAM h PRINCE 


LOS ANGELES 


»S CAL 


ANNA CAThARINA PAINS 


RIVERSIDE 


CAL 


"RICE R PRISSY 


JOSEPH 




VIRGINIA L PRICCHTT 


OROVO 


UTAH 


CONNIE JFAN PRICHETT 


PALO ALTO 




KATHERINF m pbttchett 


PROVO 


UTAH 


CLYDE L pritchftt 


PROVO 


UTAH 


WAYNE H PROHST 


MIDWAY 


UTAH 


LYNN M PROHST 


MIDWAY 


UTAH 


Joseph Albert phoksch 


SALMON 






FULLERTON 


CAL 


WALTER HALL PROThERO 


PROVO 


UTAH 


KATHLEEN A PHOVOSI 


PORTLAND 


ORE 


JUL 1 ANNE PRUDE 


RICHMOND 


TEX 


NORMAN A PRUETT 


W 1 N SLOW 


ARIZ 


SALLY LOUISE PUCKETT 


LAKEMOOO 


CAL 


DILWORTH LEONARD PUGH 


PROVO 




ETHEL ANN PUGH 


BOISE 


IDA 


JEANETTE E PuGh 


OREM 


UTAH 


EVAN C PuGH 


PROVO 


UTAH 


CHARLES KENT PuGH 


KANAB 


UTAH 


LEH PUGH 






MILDRED PUGH 


SALT LAKE CTY 


b UTAH 


ROY LYNN PIlGMIRE 


ST CHARLES 


IDA 


WILLIAM u PULLEN 


WALLOWA 


ORE 


ANDREA D PULLEY 


AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 


CAROLE LYNN PULLEY 


SUNNYSIOE 


WASH 


BRYANT M PULLEY 


LOS GATOS 


CAL 


FRANCIS l RULSIPMER 


LOGANDALE 


NEV 


DAVID C PULSIPHER 


LOS ANGELES ' 


•2 CAL 


ELVA JEAN PULSIPHER 


ST JOHNS 


ARIZ 


KATHLEEN PULSIPHER 


OGDEN 


UTAH 


lInda ruth pulsipheb 


LOS ANGELES 


CAL 


vaughn i Pulsipher 


LOGANDALE 


NEV 


CAROLYN L PULVER 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


VERN BuRl PULVER 


PAYSON 


UTAH 


MICHAEL F PURDy 


WHITTIER 


CAL 


ANTHONY F PURLEY 


ALBUQUERQUE 




juDy a Purser 


KLAMATH FALLS 


OAE 


JOHN R PU5EY 


DICKERSON 


MD 


JACQUELINE F PuTMAN 


LOS ANGELES 


CAL 


RICHARD F PUTNAM 


PLEASENT HILL 


CAL 


JACLOE PuTMAN 






CHARLES RAYMOND PYNE 


OREM 


UTAH 


HELEN ELAINE PYRAH 


CAREY 


IDA 


GRANT LLOYD PYRAH 


CAREY 


IDA 



Q 



ST*I 



.EV I 



JOHN MARVIN OUERRY 
PATRICK j OUEALY 
BLAINE OtIARNSTROM 
KAREN OUARNSTROM 
ROBFRT S OUlNNEV 
PATRICIA JOAN OUINN 
CARLOS BADGER OUINN 
ELIZABETH M OUINN 
KAREN LEF OUINTON 
ARTURO L OUlROZ 
LINDA GAv OUINTON 
KARINE ULRIKA OUIST 
KHALIO M OljRESHI 
PHYLLIS J OUIST 



MARGARET F RAAT 
LEE H PADFRAuGH 
DALE R RADEN 
NINA L RADOON 
GARY H RAOOON 
JAMES T RADLEY 
OAVID W RADMALL 
KAREN JAN RAG5DALE 



'ACKENBUSH RICHLAND 



HONOLULU 


HAW 


LOOT 


CAL 


MEDFOHD 


OAE 


MALI8U 




GREENWICH 




GREENWICH 


CONN 


GBEENACRES 




PROVO 




EL CERRITO 




SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


GUJRAT 


WPAK 


HOLLADAY 


UTAH 



EOT 



ANN I 



AINE f 



UNER 



ANDREW ClAIR RALPH 

judith Ralph 
vonna d ralphs 
jean a Ralston 

SHARI JAyNE RAMEY 
PAUL L RAMACHER 
JAMES RICHARD RAMPYON 
NORMA MAF RAMSEY 
ALFRED R RANDALL 
RETTE K RANDALL 
ANITA RANDALL 
OONNA LEA RANDALL 
LLOYD RANDALL 
MARY IDON RANDALL 
MARTHA B PANDALL 
LYNNE A RANER 
MAXWELL IRA RANSOM 
RITVA MAPITA RANIALA 
LARRY DEL RAPIER 
FOSTER DREW RAPPLEYE 
KATHLEEN RAPPLEYE 
GEORGE C RASBAND 

GAYNELLE r rasaand 

JOHN L RASBAND 
ROBFRT M RASCHtr, 
CRAtG W RASMUSSFN 
OAVID O RASMUSSFN 
OIANNE RASMUSSFN 
DARRIS T RASMUSSFN 
GEORGE H RASMUS5EN 
JUDITH A RASMUSSFN 
JUOITH A RASMUSSEN 
LEE CHARLES RASMUSSEN 
MERLYNN RASMUSSEN 
NEIL E RASMUSSEN 
RONALD W RASMUSSEN 
SHARON LYNN RASMUSSEN 
SHARLENE M RASMUSSFN 
YVONNE L RATLlFF 
JOYCE C RATHKE 
HERBERT A RATLlFF 
MATTI U RATY 
CURTIS E RAVSTEN 
ERROL J RAVEN 



OGDEN 

URBANA 

PENSACOLA 

PORTLAND 

PORTLAND 

SPOKANE 

PLEASANT GR 

BOISE 

MIDVALE 

TAOS 

N HOLLYWOOD 

OGDEN 

OOWNEy 

OGDEN 

FERRON 

HALES CORNERS 

KLAMATH FALLS 

STOCKTON 

OGDEN 

PHOENIX 

JOSEPH CITY 

MIAMI 61 

HOUSTON 

coachella 
pdrtlano 
flagstaff 

TEMPE 



UTAH 369, 1*0 



ARIZ 218, 2B0 



GREA 



NECK 



LYNN 1 



AIR . 



,VSTFN 

'AWLINGS 
WLINS 
AWL INS 



VELOON L < 
CLAUDE RAWLINS 
BARBARA A RAWLS 
JAMES FRANKLIN RAWLS 
HELENA M RAWLS 
FREDERICK S RAWLS 
CAROLE L RAWSON 
ALBERT E RAY 
GLORIA J RAT 
HARRY F PAY JR 
GARY N RAY 
JANES K HAY 
JAMFS W RAY 
JANELLE RAY 

i MARGARFT RAY 



WINNIPEG MANT 

DUNCAN 

OREM 

TWIN FALLS 

PLEASANT GR 

ARLINGTON 

HEBER CITY 

APPLE TON 

DRAPER 

LEHI 

DRAPER 

FT DUCHESNE 

PRICE 

BATTLE CREEK 

ONTARIO 

GERRON 

SALT LAKE CTY 

BURLINGTON 



WAUKESHA 

SAGINAW 

JOENSUU 

HEYBURN 

PROVO 

OREN 

ROOSEVELT 

PAYETTE 

GLENDALE 

IDAHO FALLS 

PROVO 

C0V1NA 

SAN FRANCIS' 

SEASIDE 

SEASIOE 

SAN GABRIEL 

PROVO 



UTAH 
WIS 

UTAH 



UTAH 320, 



UTAH 373, 219 



Lf*r 



IICHEA 



AINE 



SHARON RAY 
ROBERT E RAY 
EVANGELINA RAYA 
RONNIE D RAYMOND 
ROBERT G RAYMANT 
VIRGINIA RAYMOND 
SYED M RAZASHAh 
ALFRED NFVILLE REA 
NELSON R READ 
SONDRA LYNN READ 
VERA E RFAD 
HOBETTF READING 
JOAN DINNE REAM 
JOAN D RFAM 
GARLAND i PEASOR 
LINDA C RFASOR 
SANDRA L REASOR 
ROAFRTA FAY RFAVIS 
JON ROBEOT RFAV 



ME Si 
SAN LUIS 
HAMILTON 
FONTANA 
MESA 
MESA 

FT LAUDERDALE 
MESA 

ALBUQUERQUE 

PRINEVILLE 

LT LAKE 



ARIZ 
FLA 
ARIZ 



ME Si 
CH|H 



GLENWOOD SPRS 

MONTREAL OUEB 

MONTEBELLO 

OFF MOD TOWN 

TAHER ALTA 

PHOENIX 

OREM 

PHOENII 31 

SCOTTSBLUFF 

DINGLE 

PROVO 

LOUISVILLE 1 

OREM 
COOS BAY 
OREM 



JAN REAY 

JOHN SHERMAN REAY 
BETTY L REAY 
GAYE RECORD 
DON MARLO RECKSEEN 
GEORGE BYRON REDD 
JEANNE K AEOO 
HELEN CHERRY REDD 
MARIS J REDD 
STERLING H REDO 
TONYA REOO 
FRANKIE GAIL REDDEN 
ROBERT V REDFOAO 
SHIRLEY REDFORO 
ALICE A REOMON 
SHIRLEY K REECE 
RESCH 



BET 



REED 



beverly ann reeo 
charles e reeo 
carl h aeeo jr 
8renda reeo 
alan reed 
oouglas ' reeo 
dixie d reeo 
kenneth lee reeo 
lorna j reeo 
kehnith a reeo 
mitchel louis reed 
patricia reeo 
sharon joan reed 
dennis james reeoer 
emeren l reeoer 
carol reeoer 
lois j reeder 
marilyn reeder 
ray m reeder 
rhea k reeder 
judy l rees 
Clair francis rees 
richard wayne rees 
suzan rees 
edna scott reese 
linda naomi reese 

JOHN W REESE Jf 
LINDA REESE 
NEORA WATKINS REESE 
ROBERT AMENT REESE 
JOANN REEVE 
JULIANN E REEVE 
JANET REEVE 
KAYTMRYN REEVE 
REX CROPPER REEVE JR 
MARILYN REEVES 
MICHAEL J REEVES 
LOUIS REEVES 
DAVID W REEVES 
JUDY A M REGENWETTER 
ELIZABETH REICHERT 
MARILYN REICHE 
DAVID H REICHLEY 
ALICE A REICHE 
BRUCE w REICHE 

donald re id 
geraldine reid 
florence w reid 
freoerick w reid 
jack leon reid 
roxanna reid 
Ruth re id 
joe arlen reidhead 
john t re illy 
kathryn lynn reiff 
ann re i mann 
edwin kent re1mann 
sandra sue reiner 
leon h reinhart 
allen kurt reinhold 
merrylee d reitea 
steven e riethnan 
angelica r remoe 
gary r rempel 
irvine g rencher 
alvin c rencher 
leonard jay rencher 
tommy w rentz 
lynn dale aeno 
robert r rennie 
rita a renfro 
jackie lee revill 
jae carl retz 
vera ruth resch 
katherine rex 
brenda rex 
janet rex 
romanie neyan rex 
noanan dale rex 
nancy e reynard 
oennis f reynolds 
c russell reynolds 
daniel a reynolds 
harold n reynolds 
mary a reynolds 
neil reynolds 
phillip e reynolos 
phillip s reynolds 
randolph m reynolds 



CLEAHFIELO 


UTAH 


15* 




GRAND JCT 


COLO 






PLEASANT GR 


UTAH 






ST GEORGE 


UTAH 


1*7 




BUFFALO 








SUNORA 


MEK 






MONTICELLO 








MONTICELLO 








MONTICELLO 




371. 


21T 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 






MONTICELLO 


UTAH 


•00, 


22? 


STOCKTON 


CAL 






BANCROFT 


IDA 






BANCROFT 


IDA 


'9 1 . 


206 


OREM 


UTAH 






SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


320. 


113 


AURORA 








THERMOPOLIS 


WTO 






LINCROFT 




337. 


126 


LEBANON 


MO 






OREM 


UTAH 






NO HIGHLANDS 


CAL 


35* 




EAST ELY 


NEV 


357 




PROVO 


UTAH 






OAKLAND 


1 CAL 






BOISE 


IDA 


13* 




SANFORO 


COLO 


318 




PAOVO 


UTAH 






PROVO 


UTAH 


395 




DENVER 


COLO 


322. 


165 


TUSTIN 


3 CAL 


M9i 


226 


DALLAS 


TEX 


369 




OGOEN 


UTAH 


328. 




PROVO 


UTAH 


333 




GLENDALE 


1 CAL 


322 




PROVO 


UTAH 






PROVO 


UTAH 






OGDEN 




376. 


126 


FLORISSANT 


MO 


333 




PROVO 


UTAH 






SALT LAKE 


9 UTAH 


*00. 


in 


IDA.10 FALLS 


IDA 


17*. 


233 


PROVO 


UTAH 






SMITMFIELO 


UTAH 


318* 


163 


REDDING 


CAL 






AMARILLO 


TEX 






OREM 


UTAH 


393 




HOLLYWOOD 


CAL 


373 





RIAL TO 


CAL 


LONG BEACH 


CAL 


EL SEGUNDO 


CAL 


AIALTO 


CAL 


EAGLE 


IDA 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


CARMICHAEL 


CAL 


HAT80A0 


PA 


BERKELEY 


i CAL 


CARMICHAEL 


CAL 


SPRINGVlLLE 


UTAH 


FULLERTOH 


CAL 


LUND 


NEV 


LAS VEGAS 


NEv 


OREM 


UTAH 


CORTE MADERA 


CAL 


ARLINGTON 


VA 


ROOSEVELT 


UTAH 


DOWNEY 


CAL 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


SALAMANCA 


N Y 


LONG BEACH 


CAL 


PAOVO 


UTAH 


KENT 


WASH 


LETH6RDG ALTA 


CAN 


SHAWNEE 




STOCKTON 




BURLEY 


IDA 


ST JOHNS 


ARIZ 


ST JOHNS 


ARIZ 


RIAL TO 


CAL 




IDA 


TORONTO ONT 


CAN 


PALM SPRINGS 


CAL 


NANHATTAN BCH 


CAL 


HELENA 


MONT 


KENNEWICK 


WASH 


VERNAL 


UTAH 


CARLSBAD 


CAL 


ENC1NITAS 


CAL 


RANDOLPH 


UTAH 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


MURRAY 






CAL 


RICHLAND 




GLENDALE 


CAL 



LYNNETTE RHEES 


HENOERSON 


NEV 


JERRY R RHODES 


NAMPA 


IDA 


RONALD LESLIE RHODES 


LOMBARD 


ILL 


JANES EDWIN RICE 


LOGANDALE 


NEV 


ROGER L RICE 


MAY WOOD 


CAL 


YVONNE A RICE 


RED BLUFF 


CAL 


YVONNE J RICE 


FRESNO 


2 CAL 


WILLIAM CLEM RICE 


RED BLUFF 


CAL 


DAVID EDwARD RICH 


VAN NUYS 


CAL 


BONNIE B AlCH 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


LANCE S RICH 


PROVO 


UTAH 


KATHERINE F RICH 


SCHENECTADY 


6 N Y 


OWEN STERLING RICH 


PAOVO 


UTAH 


SHARON L RICH 


ROSEBURG 


ORE 


WILLIAM W RICH 


ARLINGTON 


VA 


ARNOLD L RICHARDS 


OAKLEY 




BARBARA J RICHARDS 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


ETHEL P RICHARDS 


PROVO 


UTAH 


DONNENE M RICHARDS 


PROVO 


UTAH 


JOSEPH H RICHARDS 


PLEASANT GR 


UTAH 


JOHN DEAN RICHARDS 


AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 


LYNDA R RICHARDS 


YAKIMA 


WASH 


PAUL B RICHARDS 


FRESNO 


CAL 


PATRICIA RICHARDS 


DALLAS 


TEX 


PAUL CHIPMAN RICHARDS 


PEASE A F 6AS 




SAUNORA J RICHARDS 


BAXERSFIELD 


CAL 


THOMAS RICHAROS 


HUNTINGTON 


UTAH 


BEVAN M RICHARDSON 


SACRAMENTO 


CAL 


CHAD RICHARDSON 


LORDSBURG 




OAVID J RICHARDSON 


COVINA 


CAL 


EDNA RICHARDSON 


ARNOLD 


MD 


JACOUELINE RICHARDSON 


COVINA 


CAL 


JAMES A RICHARDSON 


JACK SON 


MISS 


JOY A RICHARDSON 


EL CAJON 


CAL 


JED JR RICHARDSON 


PROVO 




JOAN RICHARDSON 


SACRAMENTO 


CAL 


KAREN LOU RICHAROSON 


SKAMOKAWA 


WASH 


KAREN SUE RICHARDSON 


OTTUMWA 


IOWA 


LOIS E RICHARDSON 




UTAH 


LARRY D RICHARDSON 


MONTEBELLO 


CAL 


LINOA RICHARDSON 


OREM 




L INOA R ICHAROSON 


WEST JORDAN 


UTAH 


LARRY G RICHAROSON 


MURRAY 




LINOA N RICHAROSON 


OECATURVILLE 


TENN 


LINDA RICHAROSON 






MARVIN T RICHAROSON 


DENVER 


COLO 


RICHARD RICHARDSON 




COLO 


SYDNEY C RICHARDSON 


BURBANK 


CAL 


WAYNE L RICHARDSON 


GARDEN GROVE 


CAL 


JAMES S RIChESON 


CLEARFIELD 


UTAH 


RICHARD L RICHHART 


PAOVO 


UTAH 


SHARON K RICHEV 


MESA 


ARIZ 


ALMA N RICHIE 


SEATTLE 


WASH 


RENAE RICHIE 


SEATTLE 


WASH 


BELVA A RICHINS 


EUGENE 


ORE 


DALE CLARKE RICHINS 


SUSANVILLE 


CAL 


LEROY H RICHINS 


GRIDLEY 


CAL 


KENNETH R RICHINS 


ECHO 


UTAH 


SHIRLEY A RICHINS 


DUNCAN 


ARIZ 


POLLY M RICHMAN 


LARCHMUNT 




JOSEPH M RICKARDS 


KEARNS 


UTAH 


BONNIE RICKS 


MURRAY 


UTAH 


BETH ELLEN RICKS 


IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 


CLYDE RICKS 


PROVO 


UTAH 


DAVID S RICKS 


ANCHORAGE 


ALSK 


ERNEST W RICKS 


IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 


LAREE RICKS 


MURRAY 


7 UTAH 


MARTHA M w RICKS 


OREM 


UTAH 


RICHARO L RICKS 


FALLS CHURCH 


VA 


ROGER 8 RICKS 


IDAHO FALLS 




BETTY JEANNE AIDAV 


PHILADELPHIA 


PA 


GARY BLAINE RIDDLE 


SALT LAKE CTY 




CHAUNCE1 RTOOLE 






NARCIA JEAN RIDOLE 


FARMING TON 




VICKI COLLEEN RIDER 


IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 


BARBARA J AIDGEWAV 


DUARTE 


CAL 


MART ANN RIDING 


WEST COVINA 


CAL 


JOHN C RIDING 


PIOCHE 


-ASH 


MYRNA JOANN AIES 


EPHRATA 


JAMES A RIFF 


CHICAGO 35 ILL 



KENT RICHARO RIESKE 
EDWARD ERNEST RIES 
HAL B RIGBY 



LOS ANGELES 



UTAH *00. 232 



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JOYCE ROGFRS 
KENNETH FUGENE ROGERS 
J'IOt ROGFRS 
LUFLLA L ROGERS 
LESLIE N ROGFRS 
MART (AT ROGFRS 
PATRICIA A ROGFRS 
RUTH I ROGERS 
RONALD G ROGERS 
ROSF A ROGERS 
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ANN L ROtllNS 
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ANNFITF ROLLINS 
CARL V ROLL INS JR 
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JACOUELYN N ROSF 
KATHLEEN ROSF 
■ICHAEL L ROSE 
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ROBERT FiOTO ROSE 
Bhyll IS 1 ROSE 
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CHARLES L BOSENBUBG 
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ELVA W ROSENLOE 
MALINOA B ROSENLUND 
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ORUV E ROSS 
LUZON ROSS 
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DAVID O ROBERTS 
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ELOONA ROBERTS 
JAMES VARBFN RUBER'S 
(ATHERINF I ROBERTS 
Li'flLLF JANE BOBEBTS 
NFIl LFOm BOBFBTS 
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SHAWNA ROBFRTS 
SUSAN BOBEBTS 
THOMAS L ROBERTS 
■llFQRO haRRy ROBERTS 
BARBARA A ROBERTSON 
CLINTON B ROBERTSON 
DIANE ROBERTSON 
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JAMFS " ROBERTSON 
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BUTH A ROBERTSON 
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BRIAN DALE ROBI SON 
CLYOA JOAN BOBISON 
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GERALOTNF ANN ROBISON 
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STEVEN B ROBISON 
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ferrEl G rounot 




ESC AL ANTE 


MAC ROUNOV 






SANDRA MARIE ROllNOV 


RICHFIELD 


f BUTH RnuSSEAU 




DALLAS 


REGGT A ROUSSEAi 






BATBICIA LOUISE 


ROuTH 


LONG BEACH 


LANA LEE ROWAN 






CABOL A BOWBFRRT 




HONOLULU 


BABBARA J ROWE 




OCEANS IDE 


BONNIE L ROWE 




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PROVO 


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THORNTON 


L'LE «E|TH ROWE 




FRESNO 


MAROEE LVN BOWF 






MARK J ROME 




8ELLINGHAN 


HOffNAN H BOWF 




falls church 


ShFRREl G BUTLER 


ROWE 


PROVO 


SHABRON JOLTNE ROwE 


OTHELLO 


EVELTN L BOblETT 


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eu&ene 


EDWARD M rowlE' 




PRESTON 



HASH 391 



HUGH A ROWLET 


BOUNTIFUL 


UTAH 


HELEN ROWLET 


OR EM 


UTAH 


JANES H ROWLET 


PROVO 


OtAH 


NANETTE ROWLE* 






RICHARD LLOTO BO.LC 


PLEASANI GROV 


UTAH 


ROGER R ROWLEY 


HtLPER 


UTAH 


UTAHNA DAMN ROTER 


HANMONU 


IND 


OEANNA ROTLANCE 


LAS VEGAS 


NtV 


GRANT H ROTLANCE 


SPR1NGVILLE 


UTAH 


-■,'u 1 1- A ROTLANCE 


BIVERTUN 




ROBERT C ROTLANCE 


LLTOPIA 


WASH 


SUSANNE N ROTLANCE 


ANCHOR AGt 


ALAS 


WALTER STEVEN RUBOw 


CHICAGO 


ILL 


TERRT RUCAER 


ARLINGTON 


VA 


LTNDA L RUDD 


ST ANTHONY 


IDA 


SHlRLET D RMOTON 


FLAGSTAFF 


ARI2 


LARRT D RUDD 




IDA 


blanche ruflin 


WOODS CROSS 


UlAH 


PHILIP ELLIS RUIC 


NO SACRAMENTO 


CAL 


SHARON 1 RUGGLES 


BETHEL 


OHIO 


EARL WILLARO RUGRAFF 


LUS ANGELES 22 


CAL 


CAROL A RUM0AUGH 


LOS GAIOS 


CAL 


RONALO A RUHFALLO 


LONG ULAlh 


CAL 


JERRT D RUMBALL 


SUOBURT ONT 


CAN 


GERALD W RUMBAUGH 


LOS GATOS 


CAL 


CAROL JUL IE HUNSWIC« 


BERKELEY a 


CAL 


DOBA THE8ESA BUSH 




MONT 


JEBBOLD GLENN RUS< 


.-',.-. U..| ST 




ROBERT F BUSICK 


AMERICAN FORK 




LTNDA A RUSHTON 


MORRA* 


UTAH 


ALLAN C RUSHTON 


SALT LAAt CTT A 




DON V RUSSELL 


DAYTON 


WYO 


DAVID PAUL RUSSELL 


MEM 




EDWARD P RUSSELL 


PROVO 


UTAH 


JANET L RUSSELL 


PUTSBUNG 




LACT MARIE RUSSELL 


CAMAS 


UTAH 


M KATHLEEN RUSSELL 


SACRAMtNTO 


CAL 


SUSAN A RUSSELL 


SALT LAtE CTT 


UTAH 


tahara n Russell 


KALI SPELL 


MONT 


SUZANNE BUSSELL 


SALT LAKE 




SIDNET MORRIS PUSSELL 


OMEN 


UTAH 


STEPHEN H RUSSELL 


iajthan 


ALA 


ANN VICTORIA BUSSON 


LUS ANGELES 2T 


CAL 


KENT L RUSSON 


LEH) 


UTAH 


JON K RUSSON 


LUS ANGILES 2' 


CAL 


LAVELL OWATNE RUSSON 


LEH| 


UlAH 


■ 1 IL 1 AM H RUSSON 


PROVO 


OlAH 


CRAIG HOWARD RuTLtOGE 


SAN JOSE 


CAL 


Robert f butter 


LUS ANGELES *3 


CAL 


KAREN ROSEIIA BUTTER 


"ALAO 


IOA 


THOMAS E RYAN 


WINTERHAVEN 


CAL 


DARK1N M RYGG JR 


WASHINGTON 22 




ROBERTA J RTLIE 


ARLINGTON 


■ ASH 



MARILYN SABEY 
SANORA JANE SAAB I 
NOEL RAT SAB1N 
MARGERY SABINE 
CHARLENE E SAfllNl 
KAREN SEOERHOLM 
PAOVALE N SAGAPOLU 
ROBERT ALTON SAGER 



MIDVALt 

SAN LORENZO 

PROVO 

BERKELEY 
SAN MATEO 

FALENIU 



OICK 



LAGER 



PATRICIA A SAINSUURT 


iAN MAUD 


CAL 


VICTOR SAKIESTEWA JR 


■INDUW ROCK 


AKU 


JOZETTE G SALEAH 


J SALEAH ULDG 




FAYEK KHALIL SALEM 


DIERDEBWAN 


JtHU 


RICHARD OAVID SALAZAR 


PROVO 


OTAH 


RHYLIS A SALBACK.A 


PALO ALTO 


CAL 


AHMAD SALARI 


IEHERAN 


IRAN 


AHMAD SALARI 






MASSOOD M SALlM 


BZORGMEHR AVE 




CHARLES . SALING 


LA MESA 


CAL 


LOUIS W SAL ING 


MUKANE 


MO 


OAVID G SALISBURY 


LOS ANGELES * 


S CAL 


JOAN E SALISBURY 


JAHDINE 




HARJORIE 6 SALISBURY 


HOLLTWOOD 29 CAL 


LILLIE SALIZAR 


DAYTON 


OHIO 


HOWARD G SALLENBACH 


okotoks alia 


CAN 


JOANNE SALMENSON 


SAN FRANC [SCO 


CAL 


KAY HOLT SALMON 


RAYMOND ALTA 


CAN 


PHYLLIS SALMON 


HATMON0 ALTA 




AMER OMAR SALTI 


JORDAN 


ISRL 


HAROLD S SALWAY 


PI COOUIILAM 




ESFAHANI F SAMI 


PROVO 


UTAH 


A BBUCE SAMPLES 


OGDEN 


UTAH 


FAPAMARZ SAM| 






BILL SAMPSON 


SALT LAKE CTT 


UTAH 


DOUGLAS C SAMPSON 


PROVO 


UTAH 


DAvIO MERRILL SAMPSON 


RIChFIElo 




CARMEN SAMPSON 


LAS VEGAS 


NtV 


KENNETH L SAMPSON 


DELTA 


UTAH 


CAROL J SAMUELSUN 


SALT LAKE CTY 




CARLOS JORGE SANCHEZ 


LIMA 


PERU 


SUZANNE M SANBORN 


SALT LAKE 


UTAH 


KAREN E SANBORN 


REDLANOS 


CAL 


KATHLEEN M SANOBERG 


GETTYSBURG 


S D 


JAMES C SANOBERG 


SPOKANE 6* WASH 


SELENE SANOBERG 


PROVO 


UTAH 


SANDRA UNNE SANDUtRG 


PROVO 


UTAH 


BARRY R SANDERS 


MAUPIN 


ORE 


DOLORES J SANDERS 


MAUPJN 


ORE 


CRYSTAL L SANDERS 


CHULA VISTA 


CAL 


JOTCE A SANDERS 


tLIZABETH 


N C 


KEMP w SANDERS 


I.ATSVILLE 


UTAH 


■ALTER R SANDERS 


CALDWELL 


IDA 


Charles d sandebson 


IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 


ALLEN R SANDERSON 


twin falls 


IDA 


STEWART C SANDERSON 






SHARON E SANDERSON 


HOUSTON 


TEX 


SANDRA LEE SANOLIN 


INGLEwOUO 


CAL 


OAVID L SANDIFF 


ERIE 


PtNN 


AN] I» SANDOVAL 


OULEE 




JOTCE N SANOSTROM 


SANTA ANA 


CAL 


NORMAN B SANDS 


SAUGUS 


C*L 


ROBERT A SANDSTROM 


OREM 




DAVIO G SAN0V1K 


PHOVO 




EDWARD E SANDSTROM 


SANTA ANA 


CAL 


OELILLIE s SANFORO 


SPANISH FORK 


UTAH 


CONNIE RAE SANT 


PROVO 


UTAH 


GEORGE RICHARO SANT 


LA CANADA 


CAL 


ANGELO LOUIS SAPOR 1 T I 


SAN BERNARDIN 


CAL 


Floyd n sabgent 




IDA 


OIANNE SARGENT 


MOMTELLO 


NEV 


RALPH SARGENT 


COALVILLE 




KAREN F SARRET 


LAS VEGAS 


NtV 


ANTONY MERLE SARvER 


EAST GART 


IND 


0EE M SATTERLEE 


ALRUOUEHOUE 




DONNA LEE SASS 


MONROVIA 


CAL 


KEEN SASSER 


PINGREE 


IDA 


KENNETH P SASINE 


LOS ANGELES 


CAL 


KEITH C SAUNDERS 


VALE 


ORE 


FRANK C SAUNOERS 


LOS ANGELES 


CAL 


CARMA c-wEN SAUNDERS 


BLACKFOOT 


IDA 


KAY SAUNDERS 


VALE 


ORE 


JEREMIAH SAUNOERS JR 


COLUMBUS 


OHIO 


FRANK SAUNOERS 






VERNON D SAUNDERS 


COLUMBUS 23 0H1 


CARMEN D SAUB 


HOCK FOR 


ILL 


NANCY J SAUNDERS 


OGDEN 


UTAH 


RONALD A SAUNDERS 


BLACKFOOT 


IDA 


DON HANSEN SAVAGE 


PROVO 




HENRT C SAVAGE JR 


BURLEY 


IDA 


RRISCA L G SAVIO 


BURBANK 


CAL 


ROBERT A SAVAGE 


FORT DEFIANCE 


ARIZ 


MARGARET J SAWATA 


KEMMERER 


WYO 


DAVID A SAwTER 


RUCK SPRINGS 


WTO 


KEN L SAYER 


PHOENI* 


ARIZ 


SANDRA JILL SATER 


IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 


VONNIF SCHAEFERMEYER 


SEWARD 


ALAS 


JOHN WlLHART SCHAOE 




OREG 


FANNIE L SCARBER 


IGNACIO 


COLO 


CHARLES V SCABPINO JR 


HOLLYOALE 


CAL 


KENNETH J SCARBROUGH 


ENGLEwOOD 


COLO 


LEE EOwARD SCANLON 


OGDEN 


UTAH 


JOSEPH SCHAEFER 


BURGENFItLD 


N J 


KENNETH RENE SCHAAP 




UTAH 


GRACE A SCANLON 


PROVO 


UTAH 


RUTH v SCHANK 


SALT LAKE CTT 


UTAH 


SANDRA L SCHAFER 


PORTLAND 


ORE 


JANE SCHALES 






GART - SCHAUMANN 


MILFORO 


CONN 


LOIS A SCHAUER 


SAN JOSE 


CAL 


LINDA L SChELKEN 


NORTHRIDGE 


CAL 


OONNA A SCHELKEN 


NORTMRIDGE 


CAL 


MELVIN SCMETSELAAR 


PROVO 


UTAH 


RUOER SChUl 


CHIHUAHUA 


MEX 


JAMES L SCHILLING 


INGLE WOOD 


CAL 


RICHARD SCHICKEOANZ 


BERKELEY 


CAL 


ENA SCHIPPER 


SANTA BARBARA 


CAL 


SHARON SCMLAMERSDORF 


FORT WAYNE 


IND 


LARRT R SCHLAPPt 


FILLMORE 


UTAH 


ALFREO LEROY SCHLAG 


CHEYENNE 


WYO 


CHEHTl A SCHLINK 


MESA 


ARIZ 


SUSAN G SCHLUTZ 


SACRAMENTO 


CAL 


SHEBBt KAY SCHLEGEL 


AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 


JOLENE SCHLECKNANN 


TOPEKA 


KANS 


OAVID ■ SCHMELZEB 


MUSCATINE 


IOWA 


JOHN RICHARD SCHMIO 


MONTPEL IER 


IOA 


ARCHIMEDES SCHMIDT JR 


ORESTON 


IDA 


JOANN C SCHMIDT 




CAL 


EDWARD L SCHMIDT 


PERU 


INO 


ANDREA M SCMMJD1 


RERU 


IND 


FRANK SCHMIDT 


LOROSBURG 


N M 


VIRGIL R SCHMIDT 


TABER ALTA 


CAR 


ALBERT B SCHNEIDER 


CARDSTOM ALTA 




ERwlN ROBERT SCHNELL 


SANTIAGO 


CHIL 



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OAVID L SCH0F1FL0 
MADGE SCwOFIFlO 
M ROSALIF SCHOFIELD 
SHERRY SfHOLFS 
LAUREL J SCHOLFS 
ROBFRT M SCHOLFS 
HAROLD XAY SCHOLES 
MARY M Sf HOLES 
SONJA R SCHORR 
DOROTHY H SCHOURU0 
CAROL A SfHOW 
JENFAL Si-HOM 
FLAINE I SCHREOFR 
PAUL EDWARD SCHRAMM 
DAVID F SCHBADFR 
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IROTHY M SChROEDIER 
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long beach 

THE DALLES 
AMERICAN FOPi 

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WEST JORDAN 

SAN GABRIEL 

PBOVO 

BOUNTIFUL 

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PATSON 

ST LOUIS 

AMERICAN FORI 

MACON 

SAN FRANCISCl 

DETROIT 

SOUTH GATE 

SPRINGVILLE 

GlENDALE 

FRESNO JS 



UTAH ADO 



UTAH *0 3. 



MERLIN D SCHWAB 

JOHN S SFHWENDIMI 

JAMES FLBERT SC0RES9Y 



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DARlENE S SCOTT 


AYLMER ONTARI 


CAM 


DANIEL R SCOTT 


BOULDER CITY 


NEV 


DAVID LAMAR SCniT 


HAWTHORNE 


CAL 


KRISTIN A SCOTT 


EMMFTT 


IOA 


JOHN RAMSFT SCOTT 


RENO 


NEV 


KARFN LAPFE SCOTT 


FLAGSTAFF 


ARIZ 


JACK SCOTT 






LINDA I SCOTT 


CATMFDRAL CTT 


CAL 


LOUISE SCOTT 


AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 


LEON ROUiFlLF SCOTT 


clEarfielo 


UTAH 


MAX LEE SCOTT 


PROVO 


UTAH 


UABGARET C SCOTT 


EUGENE 


ORE 


MART A SCOTT 


SPRING VALLEY 


CAL 


NOBMAN WAYNE SCOTT 


CITRUS HEIGHT 


CAL 


BICMABD M SCOTT 


PROVO 


UTAH 


PATRICK O SCDUTFN 


GAHOEN GROVE 


C*L 


CLAUDIA SCOVILLE 


OGDEN 




BOBFRT A SCROGC.s 


NORFOLK 


3 VA 


JOY E SCROGGINS 


MILWAUKEE 


WIS 


DAVID F SFAICH 


5ALT LAKE CTT 


UTAH 


LYNN MYRTLE SEAMAN 


MIAMI 


FLA 


TERRY NOAFO SEAMAN 


TOP ON AS 


COLO 


LEE E SEAMAN 


BICHLANO 


WASH 


JANICE SEAMAN 


SALT LAKE CTT 


UTAH 


VIRGINIA . SEAMAN 


SALT LAKE CTT 


UTAH 


BLAINE L SEAMONS 


PHESION 


IDA 


OAVIO T SFAMONS 


LA CANADA 


CAL 


NORMAN H SEAMONS 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 


OUANE E SFARCT 


EVERETT 


WASH 


fvElyn sfarle 


Murray 


UTAH 


LINDA SEARLF 


AMERICAN FORK 




PAUL KAY SEARLE 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 


PAUL MILTON SEARLE 


VERNAL 


UTAH 


MABYETTA SEARLF 




UTAH 


ROBERT MAI SEABLE 


AM FORK 


UTAH 


SHERLENE SEARLE 


SALT LAKE CTT 


UTAH 


SUSAN P SEARS 


SPOKANE 


WASH 


PATRICIA ANN SFBREE 


CINCINNATI 


OHIO 


OONALU h SEDGWICK 


RIVERSIDE 


CAL 


GARTH C SEEGM1LLFR 




UTAH 


JEANNE SFELEt 


BLUEBELL 


UTAH 


FARL J SFFLIt 


HUNTINGTON 


UTAH 


JANFT SEFLEY 


BLUEBELL 


UTAH 


BOBFRI Thomas SEELEy 


RBESTON 


IDA 


ZELDA ANN SEELEY 


HUNTINGTON 


UTAH 


WALLACE OAi SFFLFy 


BLUEBELL 


UTAH 


nOROTHY n SEfLY 


FEBRON 


UTAH 


EDWIN M SEELY 


CASTLE DALE 


UTAH 


DOYLE G SEELY 


SAN 01 EGO 


CAL 


JOHN M SFELY 


5AN DIEGO 


A CAL 


JOANN SEFLY 


PBOVO 


UTAH 


SHAUNA LOU SEELY 


RICHLAND 


WASH 


SHARON GATE SEGO 


NUCLA 


COLO 


ROBFRT M SEGO 


CLOVIS 




JOHN FRANCIS A SEGGAR 


STONE T 


AUST 


BICHARO A SEIRP 


SANTA MONICA 


CAL 


BAI JA hElINE seibt 


WAIIKEGAN 


ILL 


BEVERLY ESTHER SEITEH 


HEBER 




GLORIA M 5EIPEBT 


MISSOULA 


MONT 


RICHARD F SELL 


OAK LAWN 


ILL 


DEANNA GAYLENE SFLBt 


COTTONWOOD 


ARIZ 


KEITH L SELLERS 


PROvO 


UTAH 


IATHER1NF E fl SELLERS 




N C 


LlNOA K SELLERS 


REXBURG 


IDA 


BOSA M SFLLERS 


ROANOKE 


VA 


PAY SELLERS 






tORMA KAY SEN2EF 


JEFFERSON CT 


MO 


CAROLYN SENECA 


vEBSAlLLES 




CAROL A SENKF 


WH1TTIFB 


CAL 


GLORIA OABIEFN SENKE 


WHITTIEB 


CAL 


JEAN AROFN SENF 


LOS ANGELES 6* CAL 


BARBARA G SERA 


COALOALE ALTA 




N.EO FRFD SEPPI 




UTAH 


GARY EuGFlE SEPULVEDA 


LOS ANGELES 


CAL 


SUE ELLEN SERGEL 


SPRINGFIELD 


ILL 


OARELYN SFRVOSS 


BOUNTIFUL 


UTAH 


BETTT J SERFOSS 


DELTA 


COLO 


VICKI GARLANTl VFYTON 


VALLEJO 


CAL 


MICHAEL •; SEYMOUR 


TACOMA 


WASH 


J BARTON SEYMOUR 




UTAH 


oianE shafer 


GRANGER 


UTAH 


oamFSh C SHAH 


AHMEOABOD 


1 INDI 


JAMES B SHAFFER 


ESCONDIDO 




OEVFNORA B SHAH 


AHHEDABAD 




Blaine lfrot Shaffer 


BOISE 




lyle w Shaffer 


KLAMATH FALLS 


OREG 


PATRICIA K SHAFER 


ELLICOTT CITY 


MO 


GLEN0A LFE SHAFFER 


BOISE 




GEORGE WAYNE SHAMO 


HURRICANE 


UTAH 


FvFBFTT BAVHOND SHARP 


REOLANDS 


CAL 


CAB SON H SHARP 


PROVO 


UTAH 


judhh Ellen sharp 


ALHAMBRA 




JOHN R SHARP 


IDAHO FALLS 


IOA 


MILTON L SHARP 


LAS VEGAS 


NEV 


PAMFLA N SHARP 


HUNTINGTON 






LEH1 




DOUGLAS GILBERT SHAW 


CHARLOTTE 


N C 


DON D SHAW 


PROVO 


UTAH 


FRANCES KAREN SHAw 


OAKLAND 


CAL 


HELEN S SHAW 




UTAH 


KARREN R SHAW 


OREM 




LILLIAN r> SHA* 


grnd Junction 


COLO 


JOAN HfuFN SHAW 


inglEwood 


CAL 


NATALIE SHAW 


SALT LAKE CT* 


UTAH 


oobert Clinton shaw 


PROVO 


UTAH 


ROSALIE SHAW 


SALT LAKE 




SANDRA J SHAW 


OAKLAND 




SANDRA S SHAW 


FLINT 


MICH 


DIANE R SHEAN 


SANTA BARBARA 


CAL 


ROBERT LYLE ShEDD 


WEST COVINA 


CAL 


GORDON G SHEEN 


CARDSTON ALTA 


CAN 


STANLEY KAY SHEEN 


CAROSTON ALTA 


CAN 


KATHRYN SHEETS 


SPANISH FORK 


UTAH 


BICHABO MOATS SHEElET 


hershet 




LILLIE B 5HEFTZ 


MUNTSVILLE 


ALA 


JAMES E SHEFFIFLO 


SPRINGVILLE 




shausa Sheffield 






WILLIAM EDMUND SHEHAN 


ARCADIA 


CAL 


JUOT BAY SHELL 


LONG BEACH 


CAL 


ARLO f Shelley 


AMERICAN FORK 




h MERLIN SHELLEY 


PROVO 


UTAH 


BENSON KEITH SHELTON 


PROVO 


UTAH 


JOSEPH SHELTON 


LEHI 


UTAH 


ARLENE SHEPHERD 


PROVO 


UTAH 


OAVID R SHEPHERD 


MESA 


ARIZ 


JOHN ShEPHFRO 


MESA 


ARIZ 


JANFT E SHFPHERD 


ROOSEVELT 


UTAH 


MARIA LOulSE SHEPHERD 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 


FlIZABETh h SHEPPARD 


EOMONTON ALTA 


CAN 


WILLIAM w SMEPPABO 


SACRAMENTO 


CAL 


LINDA J SHEPPARD 


TEMPE 


ARIZ 


MABT JEAN SHERMAN 


OMAHA 


IOWA 


GAYLTNN SHERBATT 


CEDAR CTT 


UTAH 



JAMES T SHFRREN J* 
DARRYL SMFRWOOD 
SHABLOT SHERwOOO 

oobfrt shields 



GFnp&IA v SHILL 


PHOENIX 


8 ARIZ 


Y0SH10 ShIGOKA 


TACASAKI 


JAPN 


LE ROT N SMING 


TUBA CITY 


ARIZ 


JENIFER V SHINGLETON 


SALT LAKE C 


TIT UTAH 


PAULL MOBOM SHIN 


SALT LAKE C 


* UTAH 


MAUREEN SHINGAM 






GORDON F SHIPLEY 


MAPlETON 


UTAH 


TERRT SHIPLEv 






CHARLES O SHIPP 


RICHMOND 




GRETHE KATHLEEN ShIPP 


RICHLAND 




JOAN 8 SHIPPEN 


PROVO 


UTAH 


VERA SHIPPEN 


PROVO 


UTAH 


BEN RAT SHIPPEN 


PROvO 


UTAH 


FMMFTT JiY SHIPPEN 




IDA 


VAL GENE SHIPLEY 


RE X8URG 


IOA 


HAROLD G SHIRLEY 


GILMER 


TEX 


KENNETH LEE SHIRLEY 


SALT LAKE 




FRED DONALD S«IPT5 


HAILEY 


IDA 


NG SHANG ANTONIO SH|U 


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RICHARD SHOW 
VALRIE JEAN SHORT 
RALPH V SHDWALTER 
PATRICIA A SHREEVE 
JUDITH M SHUMATE 
DIANE 5HUHWAY 
CHARLES R SHUMWAY JR 
OEWAYNE J SHUMWAY 
DOROTHY SHUMWAY 
GLENNA RUTH SHUMWAY 
GARY L SHUMWAY 
LARRY E SHUMWAY 
i*Ti|[,t, SHUMWAY 
JUDITH A SHUMWAY 
LARRY V SHUMWAY 
MARY LEE SHUMWAY 
LE SHUMHAY 



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allan ray 5hurtleff 
donalo c shurtliff 
connie m shurtliff 
josephine shurcliff 
ilene f shurtz 
garrolo c shurtz 
roger haurice siau 
david sandy si a 
jean siodohay 
lyman c si88ett 
larry • sidwell 
charles l sidwell 
joanne marie s1eber 
kathleen sieverts 
Gloria silcock 
. silcox 



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RONALD . 



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SIN 



CARMA KAY SIMMONS 
CONNIE SIMMONS 
DUANE M SIMMONS 
LUWANA SIMMONS 
VIVIAN OLSEN SIMMONS 
KAREN M SIMMS 
SIDNEY RUSSELL SIMMS 
VIRGINIA S SIMMONS 
JUDITH DAVIS SIMONOS 
SIRAGAN S SI HON IAN 
FLORENCE L SIMON 
BARBARA LYNNE S1NUNOS 
JEROLO SIMONS 
CONSTANCE J SIMONS 
DELMER J SIMPSON 
RICHARD H SIMPSON 
ROBERT M SIMPSON 
SHIRLEE ANN SIMPSON 
SANDRA C SIMPSON 
MARGARET L SIMS 
GLENDA A SIMS 
JUDITH K SINDEL 
KATHY S SINCLAIR 
JAY ROSS SINDORf 
BEVERLY A SINGLETON 
KATHLEEN SINGLETON 
■ALLACE S SINGLETON 
JOSEPH S SINTIC 
EILEEN DELL SINGLET 
6IMLANAND P SINHA 
SULEYMAN sir 
LARAE E SIRES 
HELEN A SIRR1NE 
GERALD LEONARD SI* 
JACK R SKARRATT 
DONNA JUNE SKAGGS 
SANDRA J SKAAR 
RAE V SKEEM 
SHARON L SKELLEV 
LINDA JANE SKIDNORE 
DIANE SKIDMOfiE 

wallace e skidhore jr 
juoy l skinner 
eileen skinner 
dale e skinner 
Elaine skinner 
bob skousen 
ervin m skousen 
kenneth w skousen 
mikel w skousen 
owen daniel skousen 
patricia jean skousen 
willard r skousen 
george harmon siyles 
morris arthur slack 
linda slack 
robert a slack 



PROVO 

BILLINGS 

VALPARAISO 

PHOENIX 

ORLAND 

BLAND I NO 

BLAND I MG 

LORDSBURG 

BLAND I NG 

AMERICAN FORK 

PRESTON 

STOCKTON 

ST JOHNS 

BLAND1NG 

RESERVE 

BLAND I NG 

CEDAR VALLEY 

OAKLAND 

OVERTON 

IOAMO FALLS 

OVERTON 

WASHOUGAL 

HAShUUGAL 

IUAHO FALLS 

NIHAFLUKtS LI 



SHEBOYGAN FL: 

SALT LAKE CI' 

BOISE 

PORTLAND 

HOLLADAY 

HULLADAY 

HEMEt 

SPRINGVILLE 

SAN 01 EGO 



UTAH 369. 222 



UTAH 3Tb, 219 



PROVO 

PROVO 
PROVO 



KARM ZtlTOUR 



COTTONWOOD 
CITRUS HEIGHT 
YU8A CITY 
FORT BRAGG 
SALT LAKE CTY 
SAN BRUNO 
DOWNEY 



UTAH 328 



.EH I 

salt lake ct 

Sudbury ont 
sacramento 

BIHAR 

NO 29 

LOS ANGEi 

PORTLAND 

BURTON 

MERCEO 

WHITTIER 



WALNUT CREEK 

SEATTLE 

OGDEN 

SUNLAND 
SALT LAKE C 
SALT LAKE CTi 



UTAH 

'17 UTAH 

CAN 



WASH 302 



ARIZ 

ME HEX 
ARIZ 



ELSIE J SLADE 


HESPERUS 


COLO 


BETH SLADE 


KAY5VILLE 


UTAH 


J DION SLAOE 


OUNSMUlR 


CAL 


LARRY MALCOLM SLADE 


REDMESA 


COLO 


NANCY A SLADE 


SALT LAKE CTY 


6 UTAH 


WILLIAM h SLAGOWSK! 


MOUNTAIN VIEW 


WYO 


SIGNE M SLANGERUP 


ALAMEDA 


CAL 


ARTHUR SLATER 


PROVO 


UTAH 


GAIL LENORE SLATER 


ANN ARBOR 


MICH 


LOU 8 SLATER 


HARDIN 


MONT 


DEANNA K SLATER 


OGDEN 


UTAH 


NANCY L SLAUGH 


ABERDEEN 


IDA 


EVELYN ANNE SLAUGH 


VERNAL 


UTAH 


JANICE C SLAUGHTER 


ALPINE 


ARIZ 


DOYLE W SLEIGHT 


GENEVA 


IDA 


VICK1 R SLEATER 


COUPEVILLE 


WASH 


ALMA RUTH SLAGLE 






LYLE 8 SHOWEN 


GREAT FALLS 


MONT 


SANORA i. SLINK 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


LEROY N SLEIN 






VALERIE G SLY 


JACKSON 


6 MISS 


GEORGE RICHARD Sf UK 


TWIN FALLS 


IDA 


Russell m sly 


MlLFORD 


UTAH 


MILO C SMART 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 


PHILANDER K SMAHTT JR 


CHATTANOOGA 


TtMN 


SUSAN G SMEATh 


MODESTO 


CAL 


MARY C SMEATH 


MODESTO 


CAL 


LEOPOLD B SMIGELSKI 


NAUGATUCK 


CONN 


ANNA JOY SMITH 


SAN FRANCISCO 


CAL 


ARMOND L SMITH 


PROVO 


UTAH 


BARBARA JEAN SMITH 


REEDSPORT 


OREG 


BARBARA J SMITH 


CLEARFIELD 


UTAH 


BARBARA JEAN SMITH 




CAL 


BERYL KAE SMITH 


LOS ANGELES 


66 CAL 


BRUCE K SMI TH 


CARMANGAY 


CAN 


BUNNIE K SMITH 


KAMAS 


UTAH 


BRIAN M SMITH 


W COVINA 


CAL 


BRUCE H SMITH 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


BRUCE M SMITH 


RICHLAND 


WASH 


BONNIE M SMITH 


HOLLY 


COLO 


CARLOS WOOD SMITH 


HILL SPRING 


ALTA 


CAROLYN ANN SMITH 


PASADENA 


CAL 


CAROL L SMITH 


TREMONTON 


UTAH 


CAROLYNN SMITH 


RALEIGH 


N C 


CAROLYN SMITH 


SACRAMENTO 


CAL 


CECILS A SMITH 


SAN CARLOS 




CHARLOTTE E SMI TH 


PROVO 


UTAH 


CHRISTINE J SMITH 


SACRAMENTO 


CAL 


CRAIG RICHARDS SMITH 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 


D DAWN SMITH 


GLOBE 


ARIZ 


DARRELL T SMITH 


CORCORAN 


CAL 


oavio y SMITH 


NEWARK 


OHIO 


DAVID F SMITH JR 


ANTIOCH 


CAL 


DELOS C SMITH 


LONG BEACH 


5 CAL 


0-E ANN A l SMITH 


FAIR OAKS 


CAL 


DENNIS H SMITH 


REDONDO BEACH 


CAL 


DENIS P SMITH 


HONOLULU 


HAW 


DEWI IT P SMITH 


MILWAUKEE 


WIS 


DOUGLAS A SMITH 


PHOENIX 


ARIZ 


DUANE L SMITH 


EAGAR 


ARIZ 


Edith Elaine smith 




WASH 


tLVIN K SMITH 


RICHLAND 


WASH 


ELSA M SMITH 




UTAH 


EMMETT HUGHES SMITH 


WEYBORN SASK 


CAN 


Eugene edward smith 


CONCORD 


CAL 


FORREST C SMITH 


BLACKFOOT 


IDA 


FREDERICK HAGEN SMITH 


RICHLAND 


WASH 


FRANCINE SMITH 


PROVO 


UTAH 


GEOFFREY F SMITH 


FAIRBORN 


OHIO 


GARY R SMITH 


SAN LORENZO 


CAL 


GARY E SMITH 


TUSTIN 


CAL 


GEORGE DAVID SMITH 


GLOBE 


ARIZ 


GERALD J SMITH 


TOOELE 


UTAH 


GLADYS W SMITH 


MURRAY 


T UTAH 


GORDON R H SMITH 


WINNIPEG MAN , 


19 CAN 


GORDON MAUN SMITH 




UTAH 


GRACE M SMITH 


BOUNT IFUL 


UTAH 


GRAHAM P SMITH 


MIAMI 


FLA 


HAROLO H SMITH 


POWELL PARK 


WTO 


HARvEY RALPH SMITH 


PACIFIC BEACH 


WASH 


HAROLD HATCH SMITH JR 


HEBER 


UTAH 


HELEN M SMITH 


PHOENIX 


ARIZ 


HE6ER CHASE SMITH 


ALHAMBRA 


CAL 


HESTER J SMITH 


BEAVER 


UTAH 


HOWARD PETE SMITH 


BILLINGS 


MONT 


HOWARD P SMITH 


ORAPER 


UTAH 


HYRUM W SMI TH 


HONOLULU 




HOWARD DUANE SMITH 


FILLMORE 


UTAH 


JACQUELINE ANN SMITH 


ORLANDO 


FLA 


JAMES ANDREW SMITH 


SANTAOUIN 


UTAH 


JAMES M SMITH 


BURBANK 


CAL 


JAMIE SMITH 


MESA 


ARIZ 


JAMES A SMITH 


BELL MORE 




JANET SMITH 


LEHI 


UTAH 



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«00. 17*. 266 



JANFT E SMITH 


PASADENA 


CAL 


JANICE MARIE SMITH 


CHATHAM 




JANFT L SMITH 


PROVO 


UTAH 


JOANN HARIE SM|TH 


HIDVALE 




JOHN C SMITH 


MONROVIA 


CAL 


JOHN A SMITH 


MARYSVILLE 


CAL 


JONATHAN MONROE SMITH 


OELRAV BEACH 




JUDITH SMITH 


RENO 


NEV 


KAREN LEE SMITH 


WEST COVINA 






TARZANA 


CAL 


KAREN G SMITH 


SEATTLE 


WASH 


KAREN D SMITH 


LOS ANGELES 66 CAL 


XAY ROBERT SMITH 


JOSEPH CITY 


ARIZ 


KIT DEAN SMITH 


MILWAUKIE 2,' 


! ORE 


KEITH CRAIG SMITH 


PROVO 




KENNETH STARR SMITH 


COMPTON 


CAL 


KEVAN FOSS SMITH 


FARMINGTON 




LARRY D SMITH 


OAKLAND 


CAL 


LARELL K SMITH 


PROVO 


UTAH 


LARRY D SMITH 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


LAWRENCE F SMITH 


HARTFORD 


CONN 


lavaun smith 


OGDEN 


UTAH 


LEGRANDE C SMITH 


ARIMO 


IDA 


LELA M SMITH 


BURLtNGAME 


CAL 


LEOLA J SMITH 


WEISER 


IDA 


LEON J SMITH 


GRIDLEY 


CAL 


LINDA LEF SMITH 


COROMADELMAR 


CAL 


LINDA SM|TH 


PROVO 


UTAH 


LINDA SMITH 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


LLOYO SMITH 






LYNN E SMITH 


PROVO 




LUTHER H»GEN SMITH 


RICHLAND 


WASH 


LUANN SM[TH 


DRAPER 


UTAH 


MADELINE I SMITH 


ONTARIO 


CAL 


HARCIA LOUISE SMITH 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


MARiELA m SMITH 


RICHLAND 


WASH 


MARILYN J SMITH 


COOS Bay 


OREG 


MARK MORRIS SMITH 


OR EM 


UTAH 


MARJORIE E SMITH 


STONEHAM 


MASS 


MARSHA JANE SMITH 


LAS VEGAS 


NEV 


MARY K SMITH 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


MAURICE SMITH 


POCATELLO 


IDA 


MERLIN ALURIS SMITH 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


MONTE G SMITH 


GERING 


NEB 


NORMAN FACKRELL SMITH 


PRESTON 


IDA 


NORMAN C SMITH 


FRUITA 




PATRICIA ANNE SMITH 


SALT LAKE 


UTAH 


PATRICIA RAE SMITH 


MOAB 


UTAH 


PETFR M SMITH 


BRUNSWICK 


ME 


PETER J SMITH 


ABBEVILEE 


S C 


PERCY LESLIE SMITH 


TEMPLE VIEW 


N I 


OENFLOPE L SMITH 


CORONADEL mar 


CAL 


RAYMOND L SMITH 


MEDFORO 


OREG 


RALPH BRIGGS SMITH 


PROVO 




RANDY H SMITH 


GERING 


NEB 


RICHARD CLAIN SMITH 


NOVATO 


CAL 


RICHARD F SMITH 


SAN LORENZO 


CAL 


ROBERT E SMITH 


SWEET HOME 


ORE 


ROBERT DFAN SMITH 


AMERICAN FORK 




BOBFRT BAILEY SMITH 


PROVO 


UTAH 


ROBERT L SMI TH 


BANCROFT 


IDA 


ROBERT LLOYD SMITH 


KNOXVILLE 


TENN 


ROBERT J SMITH 






RONALD V SMITH 


LEHI 


UTAH 


RONNIE OE SMITH 


VERNAL 




RUTH A SMITH 


SMITHFIELD 


UTAH 


SANDRA JEAN SMITH 


SALT LAKE CTY 




SANDRA K SMITH 


PRINEVILLE 


ORE 


SHARON JFAN SMITH 


ARLINGTON 7 




SHARON L SMITH 


SPRINGFIELD 


ORE 


SHELLY K SMITH 


PHOENIX 23 


ARIZ 


5YDNEY SHARON SMITH 


BURBANK 


CAL 


SYDNEY SMITH 


MIDVALE 




SUSAN SMITH 


RUPERT 


IDA 


SON I A K SMITH 


RUPERT 


IDA 


TEDOY R SMITH 


RALSTON 


NEB 


VAL L SMITH 


POCATELLO 


IDA 


WESLEY D SMITH 


BEVERLY HILLS 


CAL 


WAYNE C SMITH 


GLENWOOD 


CAN 


WILLIAM EARL SMITH 


COMPTON 


CAL 


WILLIAM GUY SMITH 


COVINA 


CAL 


SANDRA E SMOCK 


YUMA 


ARIZ 



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213. 122 



JENNETT SMITHSON 
LINDA ALPHA M SHOOT 
IlEFORREST SMOUSE 

george r smousf 
dewfy thomas smouse 
leon k smuin 
sidnie mildred smuln 
robert n smyth 
james d smyth 
janet snarr 
robert Barton snarr 
carolyn snapp 

(lONNA RAF SNFAD 
SUNDY SNFDEGER 
MARILYN L SNEDDON 

» SNELGROVE 
SNELSON 

»F 5NI0EO 



PICIA 



ALICE SN. 

ARSENATH 



SNOW 



CAROL : 

DIANE L SNOW 

IRVIN WENDELL SNOW 

JOYCE FAYE SNOW 

BILL SNOW 

ORLO LEALAND SNOW 

RICHARD WIN SNOW 

ROBERT LOUIS SNOW 

RICHARD THOMAS SNOt 

SEYMOUR ALBERT SNOI 

TIFFANY SNOW 



LEROY A SODERQUIST 
ULRIKA 8 SODERBERG 
ShElOON HARVEY SOFER 
MARY SOFFF 
VICTORIA RUTH SOMA 
XBBAS SOlEIMANI 
PHYLLIS SOLOMON 
KATHLEEN H SOLOMAN 
MYRON ALHERT SOLTAU 
NED BILLINGS SOLOMON 
OALLAS H SOLUM 
CAROLYN SOMMFRS 
JAMES ROBERT SOMMEHS 
RETSY J SONNICMSEN 
LAREE M SONDEREGGER 
ATI SOO 
CAROL B SOPER 
ANNETTE SORENSEN 
ADELAIDE SORENSEN 
CHARLES C SORENSEN 
DEAN R SORENSEN 
EDWARD R SORENSEN 
FREO J SORENSEN 
JUDITH M SORENSEN 
JAY D SORENSEN 



ILEEN 



SORFI 



i SORENSEN 
RANDI SOPFNSEN 
ROGP.R M SORENSEN 
TANYA L SORENSEN 
ANNF M SORENSON 
DENIS S SORENSON 
EDWARD LEWIS SORENS1 
MARCUS B SORENSON 
ROGER L SORENSON 
WILLIAM it SORENSON 
COLIN 



LESLIE I 

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iTFPHEN L SOUThwICK 
TERR' ANN SOWERS 
SATMLEEN SOWSY 
JANE OLIVE SOWDEN 
FREDERIC O SPACKMAN 
THOMAS L SPALDING 
KENNETH SPAN6LER 
DONNA l£E SPARKS 
nONNA T SPARKS 
CYNTHIA F SPARKS 
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»NCF E SPARKS 



CONST. 
JERALI 
LORETTA j SPEAS 
JAMES CLXRK SPEAS 
PHILIP S SPECKART 
STEPHEN F SPECKART 
W CHATELAIN SPEIERMAN 
BARBARA L YNNE SPENCER 
BERKLEY A SPENCER 
DELOY J SPENCER 
CAROLYN m SPENCER 
JOE L SPFNCER 
JUOTTH R SPENCFR 
LARRY THOMAS SPENCER 
MAYLENE SPENCER 
OPAL M L SPENCER 
PHILLIP r SPENCER 
WAYNE ERNEST SPENCER 
ERNEST E SPENOLOVE 
STEPHEN j SPENOLOVE 
VERL O SPENDLOvE 
P.RENT H sPERRY 
MORRISSA C SPERRY 



MlLFORD 

TRAIL B C 

SANDY 

IDAHO FALLS 

ESCONDIDO 

BOISE 

PROVO 

SUNNYVALE 

BUENOS AIRE5 

PROVO 

PORTLAND 

EAGLE 

ALTAMONT 

JENSEN 

ALHAMBRA 

PROVO 

CHARLOTTESVLE 



FRESNO 
RIVERSIDE 

CONCORD 



GREAT FALLS 

TEHRAN 
NASHVILLE 
NEWPORT NEWS 
MONTICELLO 
LAS VEGAS 
SODA SPRINGS 
OGOEN 
GRAND JCT 
MOUNTAIN VIEW 
PROVO 
WESTERN SAMOA 

HOWELL 

TEMPLE CITY 

SACRAMENTO 

POCATELLO 

S L C 

SALEM 

POCATELLO 

SODA SPRINGS 

FRESNO 

SWAN LAKE 

SALT LAKE CTY 

MT PLEASANT 

SANTA FE 

BOSSIER 

CLEARFIELD 

PROVO 

GARRI SON 

MAGNA 

RUTH 

SOMERTON 

PLEASANT GR 

LYMAN 

NORTH RIDGE 

SPRINGFIELD 

RICHFIELD 

RICHLAND 

CARDSTON 

PROVO 

SANTA BAR8ARJ 

BOUNTIFUL 

NEPHI 

SALT LAKE CTi 

KAYSVILLE 

BERKELEY 

ANAHEIM 

HURRICANE 

RICHMOND 

PROVO 

PROVO 

GLENOALE 

LAS VEGAS 

PRESTON 

PROVO 

PROVO 

PATSOM 

PRESTON 



UTAH 22B 



MASS 
UTAH 
UTAH 



SWED 39S, A03 



IRAN 3T9. 220 



UTAH 2*3 

UTAH 

UTAH 

UTAH 

NEV 

ARIZ 339. 

UTAH 

NEBR A01 

CAL 

OREG 339 



ITAH 373. 233 



UTAH 226. 227 



JEFFREY S SPERRY 


BOISE 


IDA 


PHIL VANCE SPERRY 


NEPHI 


UTAH 


DON H SPILKER 


SALT LAKE CIY 


6 UTAH 


MARY LOUISE SPIEGEL 


DELRAY bch 


FLA 


SHARON L SPIRO 




CAL 


PAMELA J SPOHR 


LAWNDALE 


CAL 


RONNIE K SPOTTEN 


SANTAOUIN 


UTAH 


ROY H SPRADLEY 


JACKSONVILLE 


FLA 


FRANK w SPRAGG 


BELGRADE 


MONT 


LELAND SPRAGUE 


OVERTON 


NEV 


DIANE ELISE SPRINGER 


SALT LAKE CIY 




ALICE L SPURLOCK 


BAKERSFIELO 


CAL 


KAREN R SRACKANGAST 


KALAMAZOO 


MICH 


B VERN STAFFANSON 


LOMPOC 


CAL 


RICHARD C STAATS 


LA HABRA 


CAL 


JANET STACEY 


BOUN T 1 F UL 


UTAH 


PATRICIA L STACEY 


N HOLLYWOOD 


CAL 


JOANN STAGGE 


CONCORD 


CAL 


SHARON STAMLE 


LOVELL 


WYO 


ZERA L STAHELI 


PROVO 


UTAH 


CATHERINE L STAHR 


SALT LAKE CIY 


UTAH 


LARRY E STALEY 


PRICE 


UTAH 


JOHN H STALLINGS 


OKLAHOMA CITY 


OALA 


MARVELY STANDER 


BLACKFOOT 




SETTA LYNN STANARD 


GREAT FALLS 


MONT 


LAUREN W STANDRING 


RESEDA 




VANCE 8 STANDIFIRD 


PROVO 


UTAH 


G ROBERT STANOING 


OGDEN 


UTAH 


ELIZABETH E STANFORD 


CARDSTON ALTA 


CAN 


GEORGE w STANGER 


GRANTS PASS 


ORE 


MELAN1E ROSE STANKO 


LEThBRGE ALTA 


CAN 


MARILYN STANLEY 


HEBER 




CHARLES W STANLEY JR 


MINNEAPOLIS 1 


7 MINN 


KAYE STANLEY 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


JANET STANTON 


PARK CUT 


UTAH 


GLENNA R STANTON 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UlAH 


LEE E STANWORTH 


CANOGA PARK 




HA* GRANT STAPLES 


EDEN 


UTAH 


SUSAN STAPLES 


PHOENIX 


ARIZ 


SHARIE LEE STAPLES 


ELSINORE 


UTAH 


JOALYN STAPlEY 


PHOENIX 


ARIZ 


WAYNE CURTIS STAPLEY 


PHOENIX 


ARIZ 


MARSHA RAMONA STAPP 


CHtHALIS 




DAVID CANDLAND STARK 


PROVO 


UTAH 


EVELYN STARK 








BATTLE GROUND 


WASH 


JOHN WELDON STARLEY 


PROVO 


UTAH 


GRANT E STARLET 


BURLEY 


IDA 


carol Phyllis starr 


LAKE WOOD 




RICHARD F STARR 


PHOVU 


UTAH 


WESLLEY R STARTIN 


BURLEY 


IDA 


JAMES L STATEN 


GRANTS PASS 


OREG 


SHARON L STAT 


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STEPHEN E STAYNER 


ERIE 


PA 


KENT MOEDL STEADMAN 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


CONNIE STEADMAN 


MURRAY 


UTAH 


JUDITH ANN STEBB1NS 


MODESTO 


CAL 


ALEXANDER T STECKER 


PLEASANT GR 


UTAH 


MARY J STEED 


PACIFICA 


CAL 


MARGARET S STEED 


PROvO 


UTAH 


OENICE STEELE 


I ON A 


IDA 


GwEN STEELE 


AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 


JACK LEROY STEELE 


PROVO 


UTAH 


JAMES LINDSAY STEELE 


OGOEN 


UTAH 


ROBERT FOSTER STEELE 


RANGE LY 


COLO 


SHARON X STEELE 


MESA 


ARIZ 


ZOREATHA STEELE 


BOISE 


IDA 


KATHY STREET 


PITTS 


CAL 


Philip melvin steen 


PROVO 


UlAH 


H J STEENBAKKERS 


ISELIN 


N J 


LYNNMARIE STEEN 


PROVO 


UTAH 


CAROL STEFFENSEN 


CANOGA PARK 


CAL 


SHARON K STEFFEN 


SANTA CLARA 


CAL 


AHLENE P STEFFENSEN 


ROSE MEAD 


CAL 


WAYNE D STEIMLE 


SAN GABRIEL 


CAL 


LINDA KAY STEIN 


LEHI 


UTAH 


LAWRENCE J STEIMLE 


PROVO 


UTAH 


SALLEY STEIMLE 






SALLY STEIMLE 






RICHARD R STEINBACH 


PROVO 


UTAH 


L DALE STEINER 


REXBURG 


I0A 


Ron Eugene steince 


WEST JORDAN 




CONNIE J STEINMETZ 


EDEN 


IDA 


DENNIS E STENZEL 


PORTLAND 


2 ORE 


CARA L STEPHENS 


LONGVItH 


WASH 


DONNA FAYE STEPHENS 


WUODS CROSS 


UTAH 


GARY R STEPHENS 


SUNSET 


UTAH 


KAROL STEPHENS 


DRAGERTON 


UTAH 


LYNN STEPHENS 


TOOELE 




REDGE C STEPHENS 


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VIOLA 6 STEPHENS 


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UTAH 


OAviD STEPHENSON 


WENDELL 


IDA 


JULIA ANN STEPHENSON 


HULDEN 


UTAH 


NANCY R STEPHENSON 


HOLDEN 


UTAH 


PAUL JAMES STEPHENSON 


NAHPA 


IOA 


SHARMEN M STERLING 


WHITTIER 


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FRED STREULING 






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CINCINNATI 


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MARVEL SIETTLER 






BERTHA BIRDIE STEVENS 


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DONALD ELMER STEVENS 


LOVELL 


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UTAH 


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UTAH 


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UTAH 


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UTAH 


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EDITH L STEWART 


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GEORGE M STEHART JR 


BEL AIR 


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GLENN WILLARD STEWART 


LAS VEGAS 




HENRY M STEHART 


PROVO 


UTAH 


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JOHN M STEWART 


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JOHN D STEWART 


LAS VEGAS 


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JOHN STEHART 


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UTAH 


STEWART KATHLEEN 


FORT COLLINS 


COLO 


LYNN J STEWART 


PAYSON 




MARILYN R STEWART 


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MARSHA ANN STEWART 


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tAtLORSVlLLt 


UTAH 


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S^AMISH FORC 




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UtAH 


CAROL RAE TATLOR 


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KAROLD M TATLOR 
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ROBERT JOHN TATLOR 
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CAL 


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UTAH 


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SPRINbVlLLE 


UTAH 


SPANISH FORK 


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UTAH 


SALT LAAE CTT 


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RODSE«LT 


UTAH 




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JJAKART* T |4 


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ORE 


321 


RONALD a TEERLES 


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tllu tEEMANI 


SAN MATEO 


CAL 


317 


GERALD TEELA 


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DARTL h TEERLES 






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juoith te Glassy 


TORONTO ONT 


CAN 


1S9 


ROBERT 8 TEICmERT 


COKEVILLE 


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323 


HARRIET H TELFORD 


IDAHO FALLS 


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CAL 


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3S9 


LERIS N TENNEY jr 


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ARIZ 




SUSAN TENN£» 


SACaAMENTO 


CAL 


323 


THP-AS » TENNEY 


TAYLOR 


ARII 




ROBERT TENNYSON 


COMPTrH. 


CAL 




8RUCE 6 TERRY 


MESA 


ARIZ 


125 


CmablES B -E'=* 


-a:. : 


UTAH 


3TS. 205 


CAROLYN TEBRt 


PROVO 






:»»?_ ti« •£;=■ 


POST FALLS 


IDA 


379. 303 


DAVID R TERRY 


PROVO 






HAROLD Bay TEBRt 


DRAPE a 






LINO* ANN TERRY 


•RUM 


UTAH 




LATE TERRY 


acAvEa 


UTAH 


355. HI 


LINOA LEE TEBRT 


S*Lt LAAE CTt 


UtAH 




.•*:• -:-i' 


SALt LAKE CTY 


UtAH 


371 


LINO* M TERRY 


DETROIT 21 


MICH 




SHEILA RTJTM TERRY 


phoeni* 


ARIZ 


375 


SANOY a TERRY 


ONTARIO 


ORE 


3*9. 21ft 


STEPHEN R TERRY 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UtAH 


336 


■ ATNE T TERRY 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 




L'NN hERJSy TEUSChEB 


EL CENTBO 


CAL 


376 


GOROON NAOISON IE. 


C-ESTvlE» 


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JUDY S TMAeaASERRY 


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UtAH 


335 


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PORTLANO 2 


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JOYCE * Thatcher 


SALT LAKE CTT 






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KATSVILLE 




23*. 2a 1 


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IDA 




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373. IftO 


MAATY LEE THATCHER 


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COLO 




SHIRLE* R THATNE 


LAS VEGAS 


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339 


DARL B THIESSENS 


MCGILL 


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■«LLS 


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A01. 232 


DAVID RAUL Tt«*US 


SPANISH FORK 






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OREm 




33ft 


DARvIN LAMAR Thomas 




UTAH 


379. 213 


FRANK NtLTON Thomas 


CHINO 


CAL 






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C*L 


375 


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BOISE 


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JOSEPH C T^STNAS 


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317 


LAY THOMAS 


BILLINGS 




359 


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IDA 


335 


LBCY a Thomas 


ELLENS&uTtG 


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391 


NNRGUERITE E TK5Y»AS 


" ■*■-:;•:: 


NEB 


237. 1*1 


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:•_• .t'£ :■• 


UtAH 


1T9 


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Mil .**£ CTY 




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NANC* ANNE THOMAS 


SAN FRANCISCO 


CAL 


131 


RAul MICHAEL Thomas 


--: . : 


UTAH 


33« 


ROBERT F THOMAS 


SPANISH FORK 


UtAH 




Sharon naomi Thomas 


LAjaBa 


COLO 


37ft. 1A9 


SHARON THOMAS 


BOUNTIFUL 






SHEILA A THOMAS 


Sran lake 


IDA 


3*1 


S-ARRON ■ THONmS 


MEM 


UTAH 


33* 


TRuOy THOMAS 


CORONA 


CAL 




TRiN* a Thomas 


:..:=. 


10a 




■ILLIAM B THONAS 


VAN NUTS 


CAL 


317 


■IRON* f THOMAS 


SPANISH FORK 


UTAH 




•ILLIAM F THOMAS 


JACKSON 


•TO 




•hillip ■ thonassun 


vallEju 


CAL 


355 


ANN ■ 'HONPSON 


PIERRE 


S D 




ARThUB S Thompson 


LAIE 


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BERTrR-L L TmONPsON 


SAN LEANDRO 


CAL 


339 


BETTY THOMPSON 


CHASSELL 


MICH 


3*1 


CAROLINE A Thompson 


JTTEBSON ONT 


CAN 


131 


CHARLES D THOMPSON 


JACKSONVILLE 


AAA 


3S9 


caroltn ■ Thompson 


aheoican fori 


UtAH 




CARL A JO T-OMR SON 


CALIENTre 


NEW 




DuaatE m Thompson 


RONTIAC 


KaCM 





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ORE 






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IDA 


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St GEORGE 


UTAH 


*oi 




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SPAN1 SH FORK 








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PROvC 


UTAH 






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RElRURG 


IDA 


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30ft 


janes taylor Thompson 


ORE* 


UtAM 






janES M THONPSON 


SLACKFOOt 


ID* 






JOHN HARP. ■ 


GLENOAlE 


CAL 


. . . 


299. 302 


jlr>IE a thomrs^n 


ORE" 


UtAH 


?!* 




KATHLEEN ThOMPlON 


CRESrEll 


ORE 


3 35 




cay caaOtYN Thompson 


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MONT 


3S9. 


111. lift 


LEF TimMPSON JR 


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COLO 






LOTA D Thompson 


VlCtOR 




336 




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NANCY L THDMRtON 


BORON 


C*L 






VDR-1 B THOMPSON 


SALT LACE CTY 




323 




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BIOGECBFST 


CAL 


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RAUL MORRIS THONPSCN 


EPh»AI- 


UTAH 






paul OAvto Thompson 






ill 




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PROVO 


UTAH 


•1 




M'fJT ■ IIRtMH jlRJ 


PORTLANO 


ORE 


317 




rogfr narc Thompson 




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359 




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SAl.' LAKE CTY 








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LEO A ImkyMScn- 


spbingfiElO 


ORFG 






CL*RENCE M THOMSON 


NOAfl 


UTAH 






INGRID M THOMSON 


-3- ,- 


UTAH 


12). 


1*2 


rONNIt R THORnfBSON 


CAYSVILLE 


UTAH 






JOHN P f-oss 


OGflEN 


UtAH 


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CABEN THPRNRURGH 


COOLlDGE 


CAR 


Hi. 


191 


SANDERS F t-ORn«URCh 


COOlIOGF 


RAN 


335 




BRENOA ThORNF 


OGCNTN 


'lTl» 






RENE t«*|l 






1*1 




■»:>l" ■H-ni%( 


PLEASANT GROVE 


UTAH 






LTNN T-c«Nr 


LAYSVlLLE 








PATRICIA thORN« 


ORE" 


UTAH 


3»9 




jOSFPh s T-ORNLFt 


CAYSVILL* 


UTAH 


131 




LOAhNN* THORNHILL 


SHREVEPO-T 


L* 


31'. 


12ft. 218 


ft|ANE THTWNL C ' 


LAVtOM 




"c 




VERL ThORNOCC 


SAN LORENZO 


CAL 






caTHEaiNC ■ THORNTON 


S P*S*DENA 


CAL 


3A1 




ROBERT C THORNOCC 


MNjJ-C 


LlTAH 






paul Thompson 


F ONT ANA 


CAL 






HAROLD R THORNTON 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


*-. 




JAMFS C THTRNTPN 


pleasant gb 


UtAH 


:b 




RlLLlAM D THORNTON 


OACLANO 


CAL 


MM 




CALVIN E T-OPPF 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 






CABFN lE^ »-rcoF 


Fit 


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355 




NEIL E Tni-eer 


HALAO 


to* 


'»-. 


126 


CLARK T THOASTENSON 


AM FALLS 


IDA 


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tie. 101 


hOlly B THORSTAO 


ONTARIO 


OREG 


3*9. 


131. 2*9 


■ARY j T-oasn* 


CAySvIllE 


UTAH 


339 




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LINOA L TMORlP 


CO VINA 


CRL 


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NEIL COOPERThuESON 






355 




J*T R TMIRJ^ON 


SALT LAiE CM 


UtAH 






MARC 1 A * T*L*SON 






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3*1 


LAGENE THL1NELL 


ONIARIO 


C*L 


121 






SALt LA»E CTY 


UTAM 


13' 




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1*5 




LINOA ThR«« 


S*CBA-?n:o l« 


CAL 






•NN MAB|e THURSTON 


OREm 


UtAM 






BICHARD J T-i»STON 


LAYTON 


UtAH 


3** 




MORRIS A TxURSTON 


GRANADA HILLS 


CAL 


IM . 


1T0 


NANC* C THYCEBSON 


BOSbELl 


N " 


121 




ALTON LUIF THT&fBSON 




tEi 


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281 


juot THunfasoN 


OREm 


UTAH 


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LUCILLE TIBBITTS 


LORENZO 


IDA 






GARY L Tt««ITTS 


BOUNTIFUL 


UtAH 






■tLLlRM - TIDnFLL 


HOMEDAL' 


IDA 


• 10 




RCAFaTA TILL 


BAMON* 


CAL 


- 




PAULA 1 *]nn0N<; 


OEMtNG 


N M 


ill 




PAUL RATNf TIMOTHY 


SUGAR CITY 


IDA 


ftSI 




AABdata a T1NGFLY 


CARE* 


IDA 






LOONG ting 


COrlOON 




21ft 




NLAINE C TIN6EY 


SALT LACf, 


UTari 






:»a-« jEiN TINGET 


GRAY 


IDA 


AOl 




ALICE TInGEy 


CENTFRVlLLE 


UTAH 






THOMAS E TINGEY 


SACRAMENTO 


CAL 


323 




CAtHEBlNF L TINSLEt 


PROVO 


UTAM 


339 




aa*NONr< t. ttngstrom 


CARSON CUY 


NEV 


3*9 




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RAfllS 


IDA 


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DELTA 








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SPRINGVILLE 








GABY P T|PTON 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 


|H« 


3 75 


■ARjORIE TtPION 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 






ROBIN TITENSOR 


S*N'» »H» 


C*L 


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316 


Clifford c tobies 


PROVO 


UTAH 






DOUGLAS FREO TOPlER 


NANPa 


IDA 






CAREN -■-..■■ 


NEEDLES 


CAL 


131. 


119 


JOHN TnMLEB 


■ ASHING TON 


UTAH 


IM 




ROSEBT ■ T^lEB 


■IOtFIEU 


UtAM 


281. 


11T 


rtftULCM TOOO 


salt L<n :•• 


UtAH 


337 




■ yRON TaylQR TroC 


LOS ANT.fLFS S 


CAL 


1*0, 


»01 


ANN TOOO 


GRIOLEy 


CAL 


213, 


*0I 


XNNIE LFA T->DT> 


S L C 1 


UtAM 


STft 




RONALD TnoO 


SALT LACE CTY 


UtAM 






FINE F --ii.l.l 


NUKUALOFA 


TONG 


375 




THOMAS J TOOO 


HESEB 


UTAH 






<lBl* 'Xano 


SALT LACE CIT 


UTAH 


31. 


11. IRA,. tSS 


&ENO P TOLABI 


CLAIBTON 


PA 






LMDR nt rot ;,f 8 


IOaho palls 


IDA 


3*. 


37. 17*. ITS 


aaoFaN Tixfn 


asiMO 


I0A 


337 




JAMES MONTR T TOLLFY 


:*--: IKI 


NO 


3*9 




XAN E TfXLEv 


GRIDLEY 


CAL 


921 




OAVIO TOlmin 




UTAH 






DEE T0lm*N 


matnOOO 


CAL 


3J' 




CRANCIS TOLMAN 


alaebta 


CAN 


3*1 




J VILFORTl TOLMAN 






220 




LORAINE TOLMAN 


BOUNTIFUL 


UTAH 








DOvNEt 


C*L 


321 




CARFN TOLMAN 


DNTABIO 


OREG 


22Ai 


359 


LINOA C HHIM.R. 




C*L 


IM 




LavRENCE « ' -■ - VUftW 


9URLEY 


ID* 








ARLINGTON 




IM 




■EBlON rat TOLMAN 


MOM 


UTAH 






Charles a tolSOH 


SUNNYVALE 


CAL 






ShERyl l TONASt 


WESTON 


IDA 


323 




FRED L TOMRlNSON 


FILLMORE 


UTAH 






JOSFPh E TQML1NSON 


PROVO 


UTAH 


ACS 




JOHN A TrtMllNSON 


S*N DIEGO 


CAL 






NANCT V TOMLINSON 




IDA 


13» 




LINOA L TO-LINSON 


"uRBANa 


CAL 


3 39 




RONFBT Er-j»o- TOMSIC 


"IL^OBO 


ijTAH 






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-ONG CON-. 


CMIm 


2U 




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HONG 


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CAL 


123 




-EBBERT M TOPHAM 


ElSINORE 


CAL 






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SALT LAKE 




i--. 




jANfT NAatE TORP 


EAST Ely 


NEV 






»a»* L'NN *0or. = 05F't 


PROVO 


UTAH 






■La;a it* TORONTO 


SPANISH FORK 


UTAH 


*5. 


Z9«. 3U3. ITS 


■ »B« tnflrjrOSON 


NICKNELl 


UTAH 


337 




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ARIZ 


lilt 


3*9 


>.-t E '-^ONTC 


SP*NISh FORK 




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LKCONI* 








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SNOdfLACE 


• BIZ 


131. 


218. 102. 319 


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GARt c TORoet 


vtnoR 


TEI 


323 




. " ' -On BtO 






305 




LEONARD HON tOuRNET 


LONG BEaCH 


CAL 


1*3 




VXVEIG TOo v t. 


PROvO 


UTAH 






CAROL INN TORSAK 


MEnEBTO* 


■ ASM 


122. 


3*9 


LAiJRA E TOtrfBT 


*LauOUEROi>E 




'15 




-ollacf j tonleb 


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THIS BOOK 

This book has been set in Linotype Cal- 
edonia. Body copy is 10 point, leaded 
two points. Identifications and captions 
are 8 point, leaded one point. Heads and 
page numbers are Copperplate Gothic. 
The book was lithographed at Brigham 
Young University Press. Color separa- 
tions were made by Warner Color Lab, 
Salt Lake City, Utah. The cover was 
manufactured by the Kingsport Press, 
Kingsport, Tennessee; paper by Champ- 
ion Paper Mills. It is 70 pound embos- 
sed Wedgewood Offset Belmont. Bind- 
ing was performed by the Deseret News 
Press, Salt Lake City. 



This business of writing fini to a pub- 
lication such as this offers an editor 
quite a challenge. With neither cynicism 
nor sentimentalism he (or she) must 
conclude an entire year's efforts, frus- 
trations, and occasional satisfactions. 
Unlike other completed jobs, this offers 
the dubious promise of having a tan- 
gible reminder of every faux pas or 
failure. There's something too ominously 
permanent about the printed word 
bound in a volume durable enough to 
make a good doorstop. 
We have tried in this annual to mirror 
not only campus life and events as we 
have observed them, but to somehow 
reflect the times in which we have been 
living, to place 1962 at Brigham Young 
University in a world perspective. 
Many things have happened this year 
as we have noted in the world sum- 
mary on pages 54 and 55. Three of 
these incidents, the Berlin Wall, death 
of Hammarskjold, and the Algerian set- 
tlement, have been mirrored on the 
endsheets, courtesy UPI photo service. 
The immediate scene, meanwhile, under 
President Ernest L. Wilkinson, has been 
one of ordinary personnel and extra- 
ordinary building change and growth. 
But that's what this book has been 
about . . . 

and now that the "whipcracking" is fin- 
ished, too, all that remains is to extend 
thanks, that great big all-encompassing 
word, which I sincerely say to every- 
one who has helped my staff and I 
through the past months. Also, person- 
ally I wish to thank my staff, particularly 
the "midnight crew," for sticking around 
at the risk of class failure and exhaus- 
tion. Thanks especially to our advisor, 
publisher, or whatever he was or is, 
Noel Duerden, for allowing us the free- 
est press on campus — to Wally Barrus 
for his superb color photos and dean 
pictures plus all the moral support he 
game me — to Delvar Pope and all the 
fellows at the press for their patience 
— to Muriel Thole of the Cashier's Of- 
fice for her efforts with us in initiating a 
new Banyan sales method — and to 
Clarks For Him, who loaned us the coat 
used on the Preferred Man color page. 



Penne Freebairn 
1962 Banyan Editor 



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